The perils of drafting WRs early
As the Lions and other teams know, position carries great risk in first round
No position exemplifies the risk-reward scenario of the NFL draft more than quarterback.
Peyton Manning and Ryan Leaf. Alex Smith and Aaron Rodgers. Jake Long instead of Matt Ryan. JaMarcus Russell in 2007, Sam Bradford in 2010. Although the risk is always there when selecting a quarterback in the first round, the high reward of potentially finding a franchise signal-caller seems to be well worth it.
Each position on the field comes with its own risk-reward scenario. Tight ends, ...
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