Houston Texans quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick will have a top-10 pick in next year’s NFL draft, which could be a good sign for quarterback Blake Bortles, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Bortls is coming off of an impressive season, but it was also a breakout year for RG3, who has made his case to be the No. 1 quarterback in the NFL.
Borts threw for 2,976 yards and 18 touchdowns last season, and he’s a quarterback who’s already proven he can play on the highest level, which is why the Texans are willing to give him the first-rounder.
They’ve got to have a QB this year, and they’ve got a quarterback in Bortels.
That’s why they’re giving up a first- or second-round selection for the quarterback.
So, that’s a good indication that they’re willing to get into a bidding war for him, and it will help them get that quarterback in Round 1.
Schefter said the Texans will be able to get the pick after the first round.
The Browns are a good team, but they’re also not the kind of team that has the first overall pick.
Schefters report said the Browns will give up a fifth-round draft pick to get a first.
This means that they would have to give up three picks to get to a first, and that would be a tough decision.
I think it’s going to be a top 10 pick, but you have to get that pick.
That is a little bit of a gamble.
The Jets and Chargers are also two teams that are very high on Bortlers potential, but Schefter also said that Bortlls potential could get out of control in the first half of the season, if he continues to struggle.
If he struggles and the team starts losing games, the first thing the team is going to want to do is get him a lot of reps.
If they do that, it will put pressure on him to perform at a high level in the playoffs.
So they have to be realistic.
They have to make sure that they get a quarterback to start this year.
They need to get him out there.
If the team struggles and they lose a lot, then you’ll see Bortell playing well, and then they’re going to start giving him more opportunities to succeed.
BORTLES’ CAREER RECORD: 4-2, 1,084-of-2nd-years, 13.4-percent completion percentage, 32 TDs, 14 INTs, 568 yards, 4.3 YPA, 1.3 TD per attempt Source: ESPN Stats & Info