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Old 06-29-2013   #70
Indy Skinnz
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Default Re: Top 20 Players in the AFC South, Texans with 9

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Originally Posted by ObsiWan View Post
You asked what we - in this case me - would do. I've seen recovering franchises draft that "franchise QB guy" but not have a damn thing around him. they flounder until they get the rest of the pieces and usually that QB suffers.

Do you really think the Colts would have had the success they did without Mathis and Freeney shoring up that defense or without Reggie Wayne as a proven go-to guy? The Colts were no where near a "starting over" franchise.

Your original question was if all the AFCS franchises were starting over - and starting over, to me, implies they're all new franchises - and they had their pick of any player, who goes first Watt or Luck? You didn't say who would they draft? So that says that, in some alternate reality, Watt and Luck have played as they've played to date, and somehow they're available to each team via expansion draft. Given those parameters, I'm going Watt. I'm building my defense.
That's my decision. Build the foundation first (defense, O-line) then add the fancy accessories (QB, WR).
I have no issue with the path you chose, franchise QB first. It just ain't my way.
Fair enough. You have your path and I think differently. Silly debate anyway because the neither the Colts or Houston is offering either of their respective best players in a trade. And the alternate reality of both teams starting over ain't happening either. We are both happy with the great players on our teams - that is how it should be.
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