If the Blue Jays are going to turn it around, they have to start right now

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The Blue Jays are 1-8 and already 5.5 games back in the AL East despite not even playing their 10th game of the season yet. For almost everything good, bad, and in between in baseball, you can say, “well, it’s just April,” but there are exceptions to that, and the Jays are right up against one of those exceptions. Three teams have begun their seasons 1-7 and still ended up making it to the postseason: the 1974 Pirates, the 1995 Reds, and the 2011 Rays.

Last year, the world saw several players fall down the draft board in the first round, most notably Laremy Tunsil, Paxton Lynch, Robert Nkemdiche and Laquon Treadwell. Other predicted first-rounders like Myles Jack, A’Shawn Robinson, Jarran Reed and Reggie Ragland fell out of the first round entirely.

While players who aren’t graded as highly by mock drafters (think Taylor Decker, Keanu Neal, and Artie Burns from last year’s class) come off the board, I expect one of these three Wholesale Jerseys From China players — more likely Thomas or Allen — to drop past the 10th overall pick.

Gonzalez made a bajillion field goals during his time at Arizona State. Or 96. Either way it was a record-breaking amount, and he kept on going by tying the record for field goals at the Senior Bowl.

During the broadcast, NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah reported Cheap Custom Baseball Jerseys that a scout of more than 20 years said Gonzalez has the highest grade of any kicker he’s ever scouted — yes, even higher than Roberto Aguayo, who was a second-round pick last year.