- Aug 21, 2012
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Claypool is easily a better WR then Robby.
Someone has to be.
Anderson has 2 seasons better than Claypool’s best, in terms of yards. I think claypool is better but really not by much. And definitely not for the price tag.
Whom ever did you have in mind. Should have relayed that to Poles. It’s your fault for this messBecause I don’t want this bum in Chicago when they could have had someone way better
I'll save you some time. Very few people are complaining about it outright. Some saying that we gave up too much, most saying maybe we gave up too much but it could work out.300 posts to catch up on. i look forward to catching up later on the same posters who were totally against overpaying for a WR and against drafting a locker room cancer, be completely on board with overpaying for a locker room cancer.
I’m good with it btw.
Imagine if our 1st is top 5, and Poles can squeeze someone desperate for a C.J. Stroud or Bryce Young and secure a couple more 1sts to move down to the middle 1st. That 2nd rounder will be a distant afterthought at that point.
Too expensive.Said I would prefer a 4th round pick but now that we had the extra 2nd then this is fine.
PatheticAlso I have Claypool in fantasy and he needed to go to the packers
True. I still think the deal for Claypool was worth it in total isolation, not saying that having a high 1st makes it acceptable or anything.That’s how Ryan Pace used to think and it’s the wrong mentality. Those deals are separate from each other.
Way to take a stance Fattytime23300 posts to catch up on. i look forward to catching up later on the same posters who were totally against overpaying for a WR and against drafting a locker room cancer, be completely on board with overpaying for a locker room cancer.
I’m good with it btw.
I would also like to add, this gives Fields some confidence in his GM that they want what’s best for him.I am thrilled Poles did this for so many reasons.
He said in the offseason, he believes a QB needs a big go up and get it guy he can rely on when things break down.
He got Justin one instead of waiting another half of season. One that has enough time to ball out in Chicago, while he earns himself a new/big contract.
It shows he realizes the cost for a starting WR has significantly increased over the past few years. And didn’t want to risk his acquisition of a wr on just a draft pick in case the pick doesn’t turn out.
Poles still may use an early round on a WR, but at least we know Claypool can play.
Finally, Poles got fields a legit weapon. I’m pumped.