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Really have to disagree on the Gabriel Davis take.
1.) The article is formulated with regard to winners/losers based on the results of the NFL Draft. The commentary about Davis is then entirely centered around the presence of a 34-year old WR clearly on the downside of his career. Hard to call Davis a loser based on the parameters of the article.
2.) Sanders is a veteran presence and depth piece, at this point. He may put a dent in Davis’s immediate ascension to the WR2-3 range, so I’ll agree it may prevent an all-out breakout for Davis. However, Sanders has missed 10 games over the past 4 seasons and isn’t getting younger. Injuries to Brown are what gave Davis opportunity to begin with, and Sanders has struggled to stay healthy, himself. Even if he stays healthy, there is no guarantee he outplays Davis either, especially in the red zone.
I agree, but the author did state he was reaching to find a loser. I also look at their draftee as a specialist/return man. Competition more so for Mckenzie, after Roberts left.