"Okay, so we're doing this"
--Aaron Burr, "The Ten Duel Commandments," Hamilton
Since we're there now, I'll agree with you guys, Zappe, short leash. And if he comes in to relieve Zappe, Mac better wow us if he wants that to be the last word. If Zappe's just getting outgunned by an Indy or a Chicago, and Mac comes in and additionally throws 3 int.s, er, the kid gets a mulligan for 1 more week.
Now here's something intriguing. I was thinking back to the 2021 "NASA Mission Control" draft room, demonstrating our new, improved, collaborative drafting style. Pick number 15, don't eff it up, get everybody's opinion, get it on camera, show it all over the country, go or no-go, everybody's in, right?
That was when Kraft leaning on BB was the story, and the response was the "collaborative style" process as demonstrated in Round 1, right after BB got his punk card pulled.
Okay, so questions:
1) Is "collaboration" more or less likely to be rigidly enforced the next year?
2) If there are lapses in which maybe BB has more of the guiding hand, is it likely to be in the earlier or later rounds?
3) In fact, since BB has historically just hit home runs in the later rounds, but could not draft in the early rounds... might he not have the control to pick the 32nd pick in the 4th round (137 overall), Bailey Zappe?
4) (drumroll maestro...) Might.... ah said might
... Bailey Zappe feel more like his pick than Mac Jones?
4b) Might, ah said might
, the order have come done from Kraft to pick a QB in 2021, if one of the Big 5 were available at 15? That makes Zappe totally
Bill's guy in this scenario, Mac, barely even a little.
I mean, now that we're doing this.
Joe Judge is doing a great job with Zappe why you hating on him?
Hoyer should replace Albert Breer.