Let me repeat what I said:So you're telling me Lovie ran to Cal and told him he wanted Stingley but Nick wants Sauce, do something? If that's the case then this franchise is worse off than the most pessimistic of us could even dream of. Why is Nick even here then? And Cal says he's going to be more involved? This has such a Lions of the last 50 years feel to it.
It's much more believable to me that Nick tried to show off his smartness, overthought it and ignored all the red flags and went with Stingley. I mean this is the same guy who has given up 6 picks to draft 2 WRs the last 2 drafts, moved up twice to get a LB who can't even get on the field with as bad as the Texans LBs have been. He's also yet to draft a player from a non-power 5 school, which Sauce was from. So I'm not convinced Sauce was even on their board. They were going with Stingley no matter what. Lovie may have wanted that too, but I don't believe for a second he was the difference maker or the one running to Cal to decide.
"That could have been how the Texans '22 Draft went down but I can't say with
certainty it's what happened, it's just an explanation for what could have happened."