NEW YORK (NFL/Newsfeed) – The Mel Kipers of the world believed the Seahawks reached when they took pass rusher Bruce Irvin in the 1st round. The Rex Ryans of the planet believed it was a excellent pick. We’ll trust the Ryans on this 1.
After Seattle took Irvin, the Seahawks got a call from Jets headquarters. New York “good-naturedly” cursed at the Seahawks for taking the guy they planned to draft one choose later, according Len Pasquarelli of the SportsXchange. Irvin was also believed to be on the brief list of candidates in Chicago, Green Bay, and San Francisco. A single common manager named Irvin the “hottest player in the draft.”
This is a situation in which the draftnik industrial complicated disagreed and didn’t see a player’s value the same as the NFL did. It also occurred with Patriots second-round choose Tavon Wilson. (And we know how Bill Belichick feels about that.)
Irvin may well boom and he may bust, but don’t tell us that he was a “reach.” No one knows.
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