I love outsider opinions.
For the record I already said it would be a stupid pick but you can't compare that situation to the Bills. The Bills are an attrocious team, they need a ton of positions and are likely a top 10 team a few more years, we have holes in a few key spots but are not even close to as bad as Buffalo is.
Ingram is gonna be a special player, I personally think HOF/All-Pro type player. You can't argue with those picks even if it's a position not needed. These picks are always perceived "stupid" at the time, and I'd probably be pissed too, but in hindsight 3 years later when Ingram looks like 1 of the better RB's in the NFL, and the 2 DE's we were considering are complete bust then what was the right pick?
Taking a bust at a position of need, or an all-pro at a position you don't need? I know you shouldn't look at it like we would draft a bust, but it's possible, and I know we don't need a RB but it's not like we would suck more because we have a better player.
I don't think we'll take him anyway, we are picking too high and there are some really good options at DE and O-line in the 10-20 range, Ingram probably goes early 20's.
Yea. That makes a bunch of sense. Because Romo has won way more then Peyton has in the post-season. Oh wait.....
I forgot you like to use double standards. You criticize other QB's around the league and bash them like no other, yet when it comes to Romo it's all good and never his fault. For the record I'm not saying it is, but that's why people call you a homer. You take one stance for other guys but when it comes to Cowboy players the same doesn't count.