Eight things every NFL GM should know

December 1, 2017


4) If you are trying to trade a draft pick (or two or three) for a higher first round draft pick attention, Chicago don’t do it. Look, the draft is a crapshoot, so play the odds: Cash in a first round pick for two or three mid round picks, which is what the and did. John Lynch is a rookie GM and he already figured it out. As GM Thomas Dimitroff told profootballtalk, “According to our most recent statistics that we drew on the first round, it’s less than 60 percent of (first round picks) that are starting.” According to Sportsdata in 2012, of 319 first round picks the previous 10 years, only 98 played in a Pro Bowl (31 percent).

6) What would Bill do? Out of 18 drafts since Belichick became coach, the have selected zero quarterbacks, zero wide receivers and one running back and they traded away their first round pick four times. This year Belichick traded his first round pick to the to get a productive deep threat in receiver wholesale football jerseys
; he used his second pick to wrest from the ; he sent his fourth round pick to Indianapolis for tight end Dwayne Allen; he gave his fifth round pick to Buffalo for running back Mike Gillislee. In other words, why not obtain proven players instead of unproven draft picks?7) Are you drafting a player you never noticed on game film but you got excited about him because of his showing at the NFL combine? If yes, then quit it right now. Just because a player can run around cones and run a 4.4 40 doesn’t mean he can play football. If so, stand at the finish line of the Olympic 100 meter dash final and sign one of those guys. and Peyton Manning couldn’t win a grade school field day event, and Anquan Boldin could’ve been timed with a sundial. Darrius Heyward Bey, , Chris Henry and Tony Mandarich were combine wonders. Who? Exactly.


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