Correct we don’t know how this season will play out. But I wouldn’t be surprised if Dillon has the ball in his hands more than Adams. I expect Dillon to easily surpass Williams on the depth chart, I think that’s why he was drafted - to challenge Jones and not Williams. Dillon has to much strength, speed, and overall athleticism to sit on the bench. And you don’t pick a guy #2 to a sit on the bench. Dillon does two things IMO - he improves the run game by adding depth, and he provides insurance should Jones walk next year. Just a great pick by Gluten in an otherwise head-scratching draft.This is just false and you know it. I'm not ignoring the contributory value a #2 snap count guy at any position (a backup) - #3 snap count guys at some other positions (a backup) can also contribute...however you have perpetually and consistently bemoaned this class that we selected backups, nothing but backups. All I was doing was illustrating that even had we drafted a WR in the second, third or a ton on Day 3 we still were drafting a backup. Hence, there is value as you say in positions drafted for a rookie to contribute albeit not as a #1 or even a #2.
I mean let's just say Dillon surpasses Jamaal for second most snap counts at the RB position this year...I'd argue he will touch the ball more than the #2WR possibly...he could potentially touch the ball more than Adams even.
Deguara will be interesting, the pessimistic outlook on him is he is kinda that hybrid TE/FB/WR type guy that may not find a place in a system. The optimist looks at him and the MLF system we are working towards one could argue a guy like him fits it perfectly and could be used frequently.
None of us truly know how this is gonna play out.