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It's hilarious the narrative shift on Bears twitter from a  year ago. Ryan Pace was a genius who made a brilliant trade to get Trubisky and then suckered the Raiders into giving up Khalil Mack. No he got fleeced by rookie GM John Lynch in the Trubisky trade and mortgaged the future with Mack at the expense of real talent. Also Nagy/Helfrich went from dominant football minds for the next decade to Nagy should probably also follow Helfrich out the door. The mob is fickle. 

This news may benefit GB. We might actually have a top ILB available to us in the 30’s. His injury may propel some players ahead of him. We can grab a WR in R2 where the values are better. This guy is going to be a stud ILB in the NFL.

Pakrz posted:

Great NFL players can obviously come from any school... but yea, I'd be scouting the hell out of the SEC and Clemson every damn year. 

O$U as well. 35 guys drafted from 2016-19 including 12 first round picks. The list includes multiple superstar level guys - both Bosas, Michael Thomas, Marshon Lattimore. 

Very similar numbers to Alabama. 40 guys drafted from 2016-19 with 12 first round picks. 

 

 

YooperPackfan posted:

Just say no to players coming off injuries that require 6 months to recover....especially in the first round

I'd consider Tua if he fell to 30-32. No way he does, but letting a guy like that rehab for 1-2 years and then grooming him to replace Rodgers in 3-4 years could set them up to transition the same way they did from Favre to Rodgers. 

MichiganPacker2 posted:
YooperPackfan posted:

Just say no to players coming off injuries that require 6 months to recover....especially in the first round

I'd consider Tua if he fell to 30-32. No way he does, but letting a guy like that rehab for 1-2 years and then grooming him to replace Rodgers in 3-4 years could set them up to transition the same way they did from Favre to Rodgers. 

Why would any team ever take an Alabama QB? Name 1 that has even been moderately successful since Namath.....

MNPackman posted:
MichiganPacker2 posted:
YooperPackfan posted:

Just say no to players coming off injuries that require 6 months to recover....especially in the first round

I'd consider Tua if he fell to 30-32. No way he does, but letting a guy like that rehab for 1-2 years and then grooming him to replace Rodgers in 3-4 years could set them up to transition the same way they did from Favre to Rodgers. 

Why would any team ever take an Alabama QB? Name 1 that has even been moderately successful since Namath.....

Scott Hunter

MNPackman posted:
MichiganPacker2 posted:
YooperPackfan posted:

Just say no to players coming off injuries that require 6 months to recover....especially in the first round

I'd consider Tua if he fell to 30-32. No way he does, but letting a guy like that rehab for 1-2 years and then grooming him to replace Rodgers in 3-4 years could set them up to transition the same way they did from Favre to Rodgers. 

Why would any team ever take an Alabama QB? Name 1 that has even been moderately successful since Namath.....

Tua was a completely different QB than any other recent Bama QB. He's a prototypical pocket passer.