Possible. I see him more 16-21 rangeI'd be shocked if Bijan wasn't a top-10 pick at this point. Philly is his absolute floor. If Arizona doesn't take him at #3, I think Detroit, Atlanta, and Chicago are all in play.Another option for IND is to try and acquire Lance, which would be much cheaper than Lamar (but obviously higher risk)That was pretty much my logic with GB, they just don't take WRs in round 1, and I think they feel Watson is a #1 for better or worse. Kincaid seems like a better fit to me.While I’d love to see JSN to the Vikes (monster season with JJ drawing all the coverage), I don’t see him making it past GB if the draft breaks that way.
Either one is a fine landing spot - I know GB hasn’t horrifically taken WR, but with Love behind center I could see them taking JSN or one of the elite TEs.
Kinda feels like Indy will pass. I think if they do anything at QB, they'd trade for Lamar, and not with the #4 pick.Woah Colts pass on a QB? Bijan at 3?
3 is way higher than I would go for Bijan, I thought about doing/adding a "what would I do" mock to this thread, but I think the NFL loves Bijan and he's considered can't miss, where even with RB meaning less than ever, he's going top-10, and Arizona is a team that needs a safe pick to start the new regime. Also, I think guys like Tyree Wilson and Jalen Carter are riskier picks, if probably more impactful players.
If AZ loves Bijan, they should trade down to the 10-12 spot. No reason to take him at 3.