Dear Browns, Dolphins: Don't reach
Yes, the temptation is great, but the chance of your pick's failure is even greater
Teams reach. It happens every April. Whether motivated by desperation or fear or ego, some general manager or team president or coach is willing to draft a player too high to fill a pressing need.
Hope replaces knowledge. Whoever holds the power of making the ultimate personnel decisions for a team hopes a player can pan out rather than knowing that he will, because the need is so great.
Reaching is never a good idea.
In this year's draft, the clear consensus is that there are ...
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