He’s skipping the draft event to eat seafood. Garrett won’t be one of the 22 attendees at the draft in Philadelphia. Instead, his plans if he gets selected No. 1 overall include hugging his parents and then getting right back to eating his crawfish.
He says it all started after he saw “Jurassic Park” as a youngster. Garrett Vancouver Canucks Cheap Jerseys said he would dig holes in hopes of excavating fossils. He also compares his playing style to an ancient reptile.
“Deinonychus,” Garrett told [Maria] Taylor. “It’s a type of raptor. It’s fast, vicious, it’s going for the killer blow and it’s got quick feet. I think I’ve got all of those traits.”
In one last desperate attempt to right the ship, the Rams traded away a big part of their future for the No. 1 pick in 2016 and drafted Cal quarterback Jared Goff. This in spite of the fact that air raid quarterbacks have a dismal track record in the NFL and plenty research to suggest that trading up for Goff just wasn’t worth it.
(By the way, the outlook for this year’s quarterback class says they’re even more of a gamble.)
But they’re STILL rebuilding. The NFL draft is a franchise’s ultimate IQ test; the Rams failed miserably. They weren’t the first team to do so, and they won’t be the last.
It’s easy to see the results of a team failing that test. I’m cynical. I assume a team is going to screw it up until I’m proven wrong. But we’re not here to wallow in my own wrecked fandom — we’re here to fairly judge the work all 32 teams do in the draft.
To do that, we have to establish a minimal set of standards, a cheat sheet for how Philadelphia Eagles Cheap Jerseys to pass this test.