Gosh Gordon "a second rounder and then some" (1 Viewer)

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Not a chance for a guy with his history.
 

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They would be lucky to get a 6th round pick back in my opinion. He is suspended for the first 4 games already and one more failed test from a lifetime ban.
 

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We don't need him.

But for some team that does, a 2nd is still too high.
 

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Yeah. Once upon a time I would've been more inclined to argue in favor of getting him...

But let's see what Michael Thomas can do when the bullets fly for real.
 

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I'm definitely not in favor of giving up a second rounder for him at this point. 5th at best
 

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Is Gosh his twin brother that doesn't act like a 15 year old? If that's the case, sign me up!
 

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For the Browns, asking a second rounder is a way to say, "Let's see if we can rip somebody off. If not, we'll keep him because he has upside, more so than a 6th. And anyway, it's not like we don't know how to play without him if he flames out."
 

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Offer a 5th ALL DAY LONG!!!!!!!!!!

The draft is a crapshoot, especially rounds 5-7.

The chances of getting someone who makes an impact in round 5 and beyond is incredibly slim.....though it does happen......the chances are more likely a proven star cleans up his act.

Now Josh Gordon. The talent is as good as it gets. He's a dominating physical receiver in the mold of Andre Johnson in his prime, Dez, that type of receiver.

He's a good locker room guy, he just has an addiction.

I'd rather take my chances with an A+ talent with issues becoming a star....... one that has already done it in his career.....vs a 5th rounder becoming a star.

It's completely worth the risk of a 5th rounder.
 

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