I don't doubt Miller is correct in what he's reporting, but man, when I read stuff like this, it's like the gap between the Pats and everyone else just continues to grow. Barkley at #2 is insane. Everyone seems to point to Elliott at #4 as the right decision, but wasn't the Cowboys turnaround due more to Prescott catching lightning in a bottle than Elliott running behind the best offensive line on Earth? Their rushing numbers this year when the O-line was healthy was fine with and without Elliott, so I think whoever said it earlier that the O-Line is more important than the running back in most cases is spot on. Barkley may be the real deal (I'm not sold), but IMO, the Giants have much bigger holes to fill and can probably find a pretty good running back later in the draft or on the free agent market. And yes, I realize this goes against my thoughts on the Pats re-signing Dion Lewis, but fuck it, I love me some Dion Lewis.
The Dolphins dump Jay Ajayi this year, have Kenyan Drake come on strong, and yet, they are still thinking about spending a high pick on a running back? What?
The Dolphins think they'll get a high #2 for Jarvis Landry? The guy who averaged like 7 yards a catch last year? What? If they do, more power to them, but whatever team gives them that is truly reaching.
I think Cousins goes to the Jets, but I think it's a terrible move for him. There are much better opportunities on much better teams, in places where it's easier to play QB, than New York.