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Old 02-08-2014   #134
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Default Re: What should the Texans do with their number one pick?

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What 2011 can teach us about drafting QBs
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Bad things can happen when a team considers need disproportionately to what's available. The 2011 NFL draft provides a good case study on the matter. That season those who waited fared better than those who didn't, showing that if you're not sure about the quarterbacks available to you, it's better not to force it.
What makes him think Tennessee, Jacksonville, & Minnesota weren't "sure" & Cincinnatti and SF were?

Trust me, it's very possible to be 100% sure, & completely wrong at the same time.

I don't see where "waiting" = "sure"
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