If he is the number one pick which is probable,the Browns will take him and if they don't then the 49ers would. Both have the need for that sort of player. If they don't both will be looking to draft a QB as their needs are across so many positions. Last year some of the highly rated QBs dropped down the list and there is always a lot of hype about them and also a lot criticism like "it's not a good year for QBs" type talk. I think last year's batch of QBs was probably better so will the 49ers go all in on a high QB draft pick ? I have doubts at least as their number one pick. But this type of behavior could also backfire on Garrett. He should probably tone it down and the Cowboys are too far down the list to realistically pick him up at the expense of other good picks they would have to give up. I think the Goff situation last year won't be forgotten any time soon. Be interested to see where Romo ends up. I would say probably Houston or Denver.on3m@n@rmy said:I am not a big fan of the franchise tag. Rumors are floating that Redskins may use it on Cousins.
Rumor also is a Romo trade will likely happen in next 30 days.
Projected #1 overall pick Myles Garrett lobbies for Dallas' Jerry Jones to trade up to pick him. Not a bad wish for Myles. But that is like a little kid asking for an ice cream cone the size of Jupiter, considering the number of picks Dallas would have to give up to get him. Who knows? If Myles keeps stroking Jones ego, Jerry just might bite.