NFL Draft 1st round review

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Host Ian Hartitz is joined by PFF analyst Andrew Erickson to break down every skill-position player selected in the first round. The guys are firing up Justin Fields as the most fantasy-friendly QB of the class, but only until Trey Lance manages to wrestle the starting job away from Jimmy G. Both Ian and Andrew agree that Zach Wilson would be the bust of the group if forced to choose, although his low-aDP makes him a decent enough option in best-ball land. Conversation continues with the guys gushing over Ja'Marr Chase and Kyle Pitts' respective potential to ball out in 2021, while Ian and Andrew aren't quite so sold on the rest of the first-round receivers due to a mix of potential low target share and unproven QB play. Najee Harris could be an RB1 before the offseason is all said and done, while Travis Etienne will hopefully be the three-down back despite Urban Meyer's immediate comments after the draft. Things wrap up with a look at the Aaron Rodgers to Denver rumors as well as (throws up in mouth) Tim Tebow to the Jaguars.

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