Taylor Decker - PFF’s 5th best LT this year
A’Shawn Robinson - Hardly a choir boy. Has been a good player.
Graham Glasgow - Also not a choir boy. Has been a good player.
Miles Killebrew - Has a role. Not a choir boy.
Joe Dahl - Not a choir boy. Has developed into a serviceable starter.
Anthony Zettel - Still in the league with the Bengals
Dwayne Washington - Part of the Saints RB depth chart
Jarrad Davis - TBD. Lots of ups and downs, but I argue he’s not a “choir boy”
Kenny Golladay - Massive success. Could be an all pro player for years to come if he continues to trend up.
Jalen Reeves-Maybin - Good value in the 4th, still in the league.
Jamal Agnew - Has a role, still in the league, not a choir boy
Frank Ragnow - Will be one of the league’s better C’s for years to come
Kerryon Johnson - A good player, but needs to be a rotational/backup RB to stay healthy
Tracy Walker - Good player, but has been hit or miss lately and has dealt with an injury
Da’Shawn Hand - Great rookie year, injured sophomore year
Tyrell Crosby - Has shown some skill as a backup T
Nick Bawden - Played well at FB this year (essentially his rookie year)
I’m not going to go into this years draft, it’s still too early to tell but it looks like there are some good picks and maybe some not so good ones, like any team.
So, we see some evidence of Bob Quinn being pretty solid in the draft room here. He’s got some whiffs as well.
Antwoine Williams, Jake Rudock, Jimmy Landes, Teez Tabor, Michael Roberts, Brad Kaaya, Pat O’Connor…yeah - not great picks.
Frankly, I think any GM in the league that bats close to .500 is doing pretty good. I think Quinn has demonstrated he’s capable of that.
So, while I’m calling out your initial premise for essentially being a shitpost, I will give you credit in one regard.
Quinn passed on Dalvin Cook for Jarrad Davis. This could be an example of Quinn opting to take a guy with less character concerns over a guy with more talent who might have some concerns.
I think what you’re trying to say is that you want Quinn to take more risks? If so, that’s fair, but I think I support his tendency to take a guy you can rely over a guy that might be arrested for guns or domestic violence charges a few years down the road. Would it be better to have Jarrad Davis or Reuben Foster at this stage?