Originally Posted by OnTheWarpath58
There's that word "risk" again.
What the **** are we risking, exactly?
We've won TWENTY-NINE GAMES IN THE LAST 6 YEARS.
They're right. Drafting a WR is less of a risk than drafting a QB.
You see, because "risk" signifies that the outcome is not certain. If we draft anything other than a QB, we are guaranteeing
that we will ****ing suck again.
Since the outcome is certain, there is no "risk," technically.
Now ask yourself... would you rather play Russian roulette or just point a fully loaded gun at your head and pull the trigger?
****ing "risk." Gimme a break. Go **** yourselves.