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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2014 11:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rather trade down and get Collins
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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2014 6:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is the draft where I like a QB for Dallas. Hundley would be a great fit and could learn behind Romo in 2015, taking over in 2016 when it's financially realistic to move on to the new era.
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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2014 9:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think that's the right pick for the Packers, we're going to need some new blood at CB
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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2014 11:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Love the pick.
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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 8:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

For the Lions I think they go with an edge player still a weakness there. Also, a DT I dont think they will go with a NT type but more a pass rusher, think Giants years ago.

I would go with Beasley though honestly I think Oakman is perfect for what they look for in DE's
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PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2014 10:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What does Diggs bring to New England that they don't have at WR already? Seems to have same size as rest of the pool for Pats.
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PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2014 10:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Panthers11 wrote:
Love the pick.


Amari to Carolina would be fun.
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PostPosted: Thu May 29, 2014 5:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like it for the Eagles since it lets us get rid of Cary's cap figure and more talent for the secondary is always welcomed. Good pick
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PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2014 2:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pro comp. for leonard williams? Gerald Mccoy?
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PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2014 4:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If we're picking in the Top 15 again, I can't help but feel like they're going to take advantage and go after a position that teams rarely get a chance to get high-end talents at outside of the Top 15 picks, namely LOT and WR (less so, but lemmesplain).

That said, I'm not sure Shell has the feet (they just seem heavy, the technique is actually there) to play LOT at the next level - even if it would stick in the craw of Raider fans to have Art Shell's great-nephew and he does fit the mold of the "enormous, athletic dancing bear" that Joe D'Alessandris covets. King Dunlap's contract is up in 2015 so if we're picking this high it's highly possible the team looks to find a more permanent solution. I'm a little surprised to see you not so high on Cameron Erving as I figure, good or bad, he's someone the Chargers scouts are going to be keeping close tabs on this year.

On the WR front, frankly, Amari Cooper may be too much to pass on - and our FO does stress that they're value drafters. It's looking like Malcom Floyd will play this year - the question is for how long - and his contract is up in 2015. Gates likely isn't going to see another extension and the team will start the transition from him to Ladarius Green as the primary TE over the course of this season and the next. Like many Bama prospects, I've got a bit of concern that Cooper will enter the league already maxed out, but the high floor will also be a selling point and could appeal to the Chargers (who are going to have to extend both Rivers and Weddle in 2015, so the great boon of salary cap space may be a bit more illusion than not).

A wild card might be Derron Smith too. He fits to a "T" the kind of player that our administration and coaching staff appear to love and while it would pain me to see, there remains the possibility that Weddle moves on after 2015. Either way, unless Jahleel Addae steps up big time this season, and with Marcus Gilchrist hitting FA in 2015, we've lacked a proper pairing to The Beardhawk for most of his career.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 08, 2014 3:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hundley is the BPA in that scenario, and a 1st round QB after 30 years? I love it.

Couldn't really go wrong with any other player picked after tbh.
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Updated first page but here it is again
Round One:
1. Oakland Raiders | Leonard Williams, DL Southern California
2. New York Jets | Jameis Winston, QB Southern California
3. Houston Texans | Kevin Hogan, QB Stanford
4. Cleveland Browns | Amari Cooper, PC Alabama
5. Washington Redskins | Landon Collins, DB Alabama
6. Cleveland Browns – from Buffalo Bills | Todd Gurley, RB Georgia
7. Jacksonville Jaguars | P.J. Williams, DB Florida State
8. Dallas Cowboys | Shaq Thompson, LB Washington
9. Carolina Panthers | Brandon Schreff, OT Iowa
10. Miami Dolphins | Carl Davis, DL Iowa
11. Minnesota Vikings| Marcus Peters, CB Washington
12. Pittsburgh Steelers | Andrus Peat, OT Stanford
13. Chicago Bears | Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, DB Oregon
14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers | Ellis McCarthy, DL UCLA
15. Arizona Cardinals | Benardrick McKinney, LB Mississippi State
16. Atlanta Falcons | Vic Beasley, Edge Clemson
17. Philadelphia Eagles | Jalen Collins, DB Louisiana State
18. Tennessee Titans |Marcus Mariota, QB Oregon
19. Detroit Lions | Devonte Fields, Edge Texas Christian
20. San Diego Chargers | Cedric Ogbuehi, OT Texas A&M
21. Baltimore Ravens | Trae Waynes, DB Michigan State
22. St. Louis Rams | Shawn Oakman, Edge Baylor
23. Seattle Seahawks | Alex Kozan, IOL Auburn
24. Indianapolis Colts | Mike Davis, RB South Carolina
25. Kansas City Chiefs | Brett Hundley, QB UCLA
26. New York Giants | Devin Funchess, PC Michigan
27. Green Bay Packers | Dante Fowler, Edge Florida
28. New England Patriots | Jalen Strong, PC Arizona State
29. Cincinnati Bengals | Brandon Shell, OT South Carolina
30. New Orleans Saints | Randy Gregory, Edge Nebraska
31. Denver Broncos | Danny Shelton, DL Washington
32. San Francisco 49ers | Stefon Diggs, PC Maryland

Round Two:
33. Oakland Raiders | Zach Hodges, Edge Harvard
34. New York Jets | Kasen Williams, PC Washington
35. Houston Texans | Laken Tomlinson, IOL Duke
36. Cleveland Browns | Noah Spence, Edge Ohio State
37. Washington Redskins | Cameron Erving, OT Florida State
38. Buffalo Bills | Michael Bennett, DL Ohio State
39. Jacksonville Jaguars | Mario Edwards Jr., DL Florida State
40. Dallas Cowboys | Jordan Jenkins, Edge Georgia
41. Carolina Panthers | Rashad Greene, PC Florida State
42. Miami Dolphins | Denzel Perryman, LB Miami [FL]
43. Minnesota Vikings| Cody Prewitt, DB Ole Miss
44. Pittsburgh Steelers | Shilique Calhoun, Edge Michigan State
45. Chicago Bears | Ramik Wilson, LB Georgia
46. Tampa Bay Buccaneers | Isaac Seumalo, IOL Oregon State
47. Arizona Cardinals | La’El Collins, OT/IOL Louisiana State
48. Atlanta Falcons | Spencer Drago, OT Baylor
49. Philadelphia Eagles | Le’Raven Clark, OT Texas Tech
50. San Diego Chargers | Deontay Greenberry, PC Houston
51. Detroit Lions | Tyler Matakevich, LB Temple
52. Tennessee Titans | Alvin Dupree, Edge Kentucky
53. Baltimore Ravens | Derron Smith, DB Fresno State
54. St. Louis Rams | Bryce Petty, QB Baylor
55. Seattle Seahawks | Daryl Williams, OT Oklahoma
56. Indianapolis Colts | Gabe Wright, DL Auburn
57. Kansas City Chiefs | Eli Harold, Edge Virginia Tech
58. New York Giants | Arik Armstead, DL Oregon
59. Green Bay Packers | Melvin Gordon, RB Wisconsin
60. New England Patriots | Christian Covington, DL Rice
61. Cincinnati Bengals | Stephone Anthony, LB Clemson
62. New Orleans Saints | Darren Lake, DL Alabama
63. Denver Broncos | Tyler Johnstone, OT Oregon
64. San Francisco 49ers | Kurtis Drummond, DB Michigan State
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 07, 2014 1:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Really not a fan of a RB in the first, and I doubt it since Trent took up our 1st last draft
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 07, 2014 6:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

As for the Redskins....3-4DE, CB, TE will be our biggest need.
-Bowen, Cofield, Hatcher, and Golston will all e over 30 ad toward the end of their contracts.
-D Hall will be 32 and on the last year of his deal. Leaving Amerson as our only starter. CB is our weakest position.
- Jordan Reed is a stud but has injury concerns. The drop off behind him is huge. Gruden ran mostly 2 TE sets while with the bengals, and will want another playmaker to play oppisite Reed.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 07, 2014 12:02 pm    Post subject: Re: Early Mock Draft - Updated 2 Rounds Reply with quote

Its A Sabotage wrote:

Round One:
4. Cleveland Browns | Amari Cooper, PC Alabama

- Based on Farmer and Pettine's previous comments I doubt we take a WR this high, I know we SHOULD look at taking a WR early in the draft but it doesn't seem like the current staff value them highly especially when there is better value players available. I wouldn't be surprised if we went with Brandon Schreff OT here depending on how Mitchell Schwartz does this year, would allow us to move Schwartz inside and Schreff to RT upgrading an already good OL.
However without sounding big headed we dont have many 'early' needs; WR but our FO don't seem to value them, ILB but unless its Ray Lewis 2.0 you don't take them at 4, S but once again you don't take them at 4 and possibly QB depending on how Manziel does. RB, DE, DL are all luxury picks we could afford to have if we wanted.
Based on your rankings Carl Davis DL Iowa might be a potential luxury pick, Rubin probably won't be here next season unless he takes a smaller contract and we currently have some really good depth role players but I would rather keep them as the very good role players they are than force them to start. Also Maybe Shawn Oakman would be able to play a similar role to Mario Williams in Buffalo as the jumbo LB/DE, depending on how Pettine wants to use his rushers however I am unsure whether Oakman is worth the #4 pick. I wouldn't mind Gregory either in the first but not at #4. Really you could go anyone here but after hearing Farmer's comments i find it hard to believe that we'd go WR, P or K at this spot.


6. Cleveland Browns – from Buffalo Bills | Todd Gurley, RB Georgia

I really like this pick, he would give us a dominant running attack (on paper). Fills a need to improve on offense.


36. Cleveland Browns | Noah Spence, Edge Ohio State

Here I think Denzel Perryman LB, Cody Prewitt S are better picks. I don't see Noah Spence being as capable of being the 'jumbo' LB that Pettine used in Buffalo, although it does depend on how Pettine uses our pass rushers this year but we have Sheard and Mingo who are above average starters at that spot, whereas we will need to phase out both Dansby and Whitner eventually with either Perryman Or Prewitt.
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