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    Odds that the Ravens cut Crabtree for a failed physical and go after Dez?
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    Was he suspended for not taking enough?
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    Dez is 29 years old. A couple of more years and Gruden would have been interested...
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    Has Perriman recently taken a physical though? That is the important part.
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    Yea if I'm him, I'd try to go up to Green Bay even if it's not for much, Downside they don't play the Cowboys Though I guess they could meet in the playoffs...
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    I feel like the only appropriate response is
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    I’m guessing that Dez will play a lot better on a new team. I don’t think that Dak is very good. He seems really overrated IMO.
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    Or maybe he truly is a man of conviction.
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    R3 Grades 3.1 - Cuba - Harrison: C+ : I like the fact that Cuba traded down to get 3.1 and 4.1 so that boosts the grade a bit. I'm not really a fan of Harrison but I understand why he was picked there. My issue with this pick is that I don't think he and James are really complementary 3.2 - Orlando - Williams: A : Good job by Footsy trading up while giving a player that was a bit expensive for his cap situation. Even better job to get, imho, the best tackle in the draft. After a couple of reaches in the end of the 2nd, Footsy would have gotten an A+ if he didn't trade down from 1.9 (though he did get good value), where he could have taken Roquan Smith. 3.3 - OKC - Daniels: C+ : A bit early for Daniels imho, though I get the need. Should have given a F for not trading for Alex Mack 3.4 - LB - Bryan: B+ : I'm not as high on Bryan as others, as I think this is his range. No issues with the pick or the trade up, Counselor didn't get incredible value neither, imho 3.5 - Orlando - Ragnow: B+ : Solid pick and Orlando needed an upgrade at center. Solid pick 3.6 - Portland - Hernandez: A: For its only pick in the draft, XMad gets a guy who could have gone at the end of the 2nd. Nice pick 3.7 - Seoul - Reid: B+: I think this was the range for Reid. Bumping from a B to a B+ comes from the trade, who I liked in terms of value (look at me, liking my own trades) 3.8 - OKC - Price: C+ : I like Price and this is his range, but I see him more as a center than a guard. Why did Whicker trade up to get a 2nd center after taking one 6 picks earlier? I like Price better than Daniels though 3.9 - Gotham - H.Hurst: C+ : I think Hurst is a bit of a reach here. Solid player but he's 24 years old and I don't see a ton of upside there. I think he will be decent depth for Gotham but that's it. 3.10 - Hawaii - Hughes: A+ : I wouldn't have batted an eye if Hughes went in the 2nd but a corner was bound to drop. Nice grab by Hawaii here. Worst case, I think Hughes becomes a solid slot corner. 3.11 - Camden - Sutton: B : Same as Bryan, Sutton might be seen as a steal here but I think this is his range. I think he becomes a solid #2 in the NFL, but a borderline starter in BDL. 3.12 - Orlando - Ronald Jones II: B- : Not a fan of Jones II, but I think he's a good fit in Orlando backfield, complementing Kamara. 3.13 - Ivory Coast - M.Hurst: A : Nice value for Ruskie. Traded down and got a player that would have been solid value at 3.2, while picking up Poe, who will be a nice shortgap starter in case Payne isn't ready. IC had a really weak interior DL before the draft and now has a solid anchors and 2 young guys with upside. Well done. 3.14 - Hawaii - Kirk: A- : This is Kirk range, and I actually like him more than most (maybe that's because I'm a homer). I think he could be a superb slot receiver, which always comes handy in BDL. 3.15 - Camden - Leonard: A- : I didn't expect Leonard to go in the 3rd, but I like him. He could fit well next to Ragland in Camden LB corps. 3.16 - Camden - Michel: A- : Sony Michel could easily have been the 2nd Rb taken in the draft. Nice pick for Camden
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    I threw up a little in my mouth thinking about passing on Rosen for Ridley, Campbell, and who knows what’s. One of the worst possible draft moves I could possibly imagine.
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    As long as Sebastian Janikowskis in the league, @EliteTexan80 can still trick himself into thinking he's still young by not being older than every NFL player.
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    That would be one fun week of football, maybe two if Bradford gets lucky.
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    According to Mike Jones of USA Today, free agent Dez Bryant is not on the Redskins' "radar." After being released by Dallas on Friday, Bryant said, "I'll see you guys twice this year," implying his desire to sign with another team in the NFC East. Apparently that team won't be the Redskins, who are planning to stand pat with Josh Doctson, Jamison Crowder and Paul Richardson as their top receivers. Bryant isn't the player he once was, falling short of 1,000 yards in three straight seasons while also leading the league in drops in 2017. Despite this, the 29-year-old is still a proven touchdown scorer and shouldn't struggle for interest on the open market.
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    It's lovely to be in a division that houses a cold war era esque arms race to ineptitude.
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    I'm team Jacob fool.
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    Charlie Casserly polled 24 NFL Team Execs regarding how they ranked the Darnold, Mayfield, Rosen, and Allen in terms of first place votes, Darnold received 17 first place votes, Mayfied 3, Rosen 2, and Allen 2. Thus, there are teams out there that have all 4 ranked as the top QB. Then, Casserly has a point system whereby a QB receives 4pts for a 1st place vote, 3pts for a 2nd place vote, 2pts for a 3rd place vote, and 1 point for a 4th place vote. After adding up the points, 1. Darnold totaled 87 points 2. Allen totaled 61 points 3. Mayfield totaled 46 points 4. Rosen totaled 45 points... --------------------------- The segment begins somewhere around the 20 minute mark on this video How can one watch the film and not the stats and think Baker, Rosen, or Allen is better than Darnold... madness.. I'll never understand it
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    Buffalo swaps picks 12, 22, 53 and 56 (and probably something for next year) to NY Giants for pick 2. Team by team at the bottom. Round 1 1. Cleveland Browns - Sam Darnold [ QB ] USC 2. Buffalo Bills (from NY Giants) - Josh Rosen [ QB ] UCLA 3. New York Jets (from Indianapolis ) - Baker Mayfield [ QB ] Oklahoma 4. Cleveland Browns (from Houston ) - Bradley Chubb [ EDGE ] NC State 5. Denver Broncos - Quenton Nelson [ OG ] Notre Dame 6. Indianapolis Colts (from N.Y. Jets ) - Saquon Barkley [ RB ] Penn St. 7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Derwin James [ SS ] Florida St. 8. Chicago Bears - Harold Landry [ EDGE ] Boston College 9. San Francisco 49ers - Tremaine Edmunds [ ILB ] Va. Tech 10. Oakland Raiders - Vita Vea [ DT ] Washington 11. Miami Dolphins - Roquan Smith [ ILB ] Georgia 12. New York Giants (from Buffalo) - Minkah Fitzpatrick [ FS ] Alabama 13. Washington Redskins - Derrius Guice [ RB ] LSU 14. Green Bay Packers - Denzel Ward [ CB ] Ohio St. 15. Arizona Cardinals - Josh Allen [ QB ] Wyoming 16. Baltimore Ravens - Lamar Jackson [ QB ] Louisville 17. Los Angeles Chargers - Da'Ron Payne [ DT ] Alabama 18. Seattle Seahawks - Maurice Hurst [ DT ] Michigan 19. Dallas Cowboys - Calvin Ridley [ WR ] Alabama 20. Detroit Lions - Marcus Davenport [ EDGE ] UTSA 21. Cincinnati Bengals (from Buffalo ) - James Daniels [ C ] Iowa 22. New York Giants (from Buffalo) - Connor Williams [ OT ] Texas 23. New England Patriots (From LA Rams) - Josh Jackson [ CB ] Iowa 24. Carolina Panthers - Isaiah Wynn [ OT ] Georgia 25. Tennessee Titans - Leighton Vander Esch [ LB ] Boise St. 26. Atlanta Falcons - Taven Bryan [ DT ] Florida 27. New Orleans Saints - Mason Rudolph [ QB ] Oklahoma St. 28. Pittsburgh Steelers - Rashaan Evans [ ILB ] Alabama 29. Jacksonville Jaguars - Dallas Goedert [ TE ] S. Dak. St. 30. Minnesota Vikings - Will Hernandez [ OG ] UTEP 31. New England Patriots - Mike McGlinchey [ OT ] Notre Dame 32. Philadelphia Eagles - Mike Hughes [ CB ] UCF Round 2 33. Cleveland Browns - Jaire Alexander [ CB ] Louisville 34. New York Giants - Sam Hubbard [ EDGE ] Ohio St. 35. Cleveland Browns (from Houston ) - Kolton Miller [ OT ] UCLA 36. Indianapolis Colts - Ronnie Harrison [ SS ] Alabama 37. Indianapolis Colts (from N.Y. Jets ) - D.J. Moore [ WR ] Maryland 38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Ronald Jones [ RB ] USC 39. Chicago Bears - Courtland Sutton [ WR ] SMU 40. Denver Broncos - Isaiah Oliver [ CB ] Colorado 41. Oakland Raiders - Tyrell Crosby [ OT ] Oregon 42. Miami Dolphins - Billy Price [ OG ] Ohio St. 43. New England Patriots (from San Francisco ) - Darius Leonard [ LB ] S.C. State 44. Washington Redskins - Frank Ragnow [ C ] Arkansas 45. Green Bay Packers - Lorenzo Carter [ EDGE ] Georgia 46. Cincinnati Bengals - Orlando Brown [ OT ] Oklahoma 47. Arizona Cardinals - Jamarco Jones [ OT ] Ohio St. 48. Los Angeles Chargers - Malik Jefferson [ LB ] Texas 49. Indianapolis Colts (from Seattle) - Carlton Davis [ CB ] Auburn 50. Dallas Cowboys - Harrison Phillips [ DT ] Stanford 51. Detroit Lions - Austin Corbett [ C/G ] Nevada 52. Baltimore Ravens - Mike Gesicki [ TE ] Penn St. 53. New York Giants (from Buffalo) - Sony Michel [ RB ] Georgia 54. Kansas City Chiefs - M.J. Stewart [ CB ] N. Carolina 55. Carolina Panthers - Justin Reid [ S ] Stanford 56. New York Giants (from Buffalo) - Donte Jackson [ CB ] LSU 57. Tennessee Titans - Ogbonnia Okoronkwo [ EDGE ] Oklahoma 58. Atlanta Falcons - Anthony Miller [ WR ] Memphis 59. San Francisco 49ers (from New Orleans ) - Hayden Hurst [ TE ] S. Carolina 60. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jessie Bates [ S ] Wake Forest 61. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jerome Baker [ LB ] Ohio St. 62. Minnesota Vikings - Josh Sweat [ EDGE ] Florida St. 63. New England Patriots - Christian Kirk [ WR ] Texas A&M 64. Cleveland Browns (from Philadelphia ) - Nathan Shepherd [ DT ] Fort Hays St. Round 3 65. Buffalo Bills (from Cleveland ) - Braden Smith [ OG ] Auburn 66. New York Giants - Rasheem Green [ DT ] USC 67. Indianapolis Colts - Chukwuma Okorafor [ OT ] W. Michigan 68. Houston Texans - Mark Andrews [ TE ] Oklahoma 69. New York Giants (from Tampa Bay ) - Martinas Rankin [ G/C ] Miss. State 70. San Francisco 49ers (from Chicago ) - Duke Ejiofor [ EDGE ] Wake Forest 71. Denver Broncos - Fred Warner [ LB ] BYU 72. New York Jets - Uchenna Nwosu [ EDGE ] USC 73. Miami Dolphins - B J Hill [ DT ] NC State 74. San Francisco 49ers - Brian O’Neil [ OT ] Pittsburgh 75. Oakland Raiders - Dorian O'Daniel [ LB ] Clemson 76. Green Bay Packers - James Washington [ WR ] Oklahoma St. 77. Cincinnati Bengals - PJ Hall [ DT ] Sam Houston St. 78. Kansas City Chiefs (from Washington ) - Tim Settle [ NT ] Virginia Tech 79. Arizona Cardinals - Quenton Meeks [ CB ] Stanford 80. Houston Texans (from Seattle ) - Joseph Noteboom [ OT ] TCU 81. Dallas Cowboys - Micah Kiser [ ILB ] Virginia 82. Detroit Lions - Nick Chubb [ RB ] Georgia 83. Baltimore Ravens - D.J. Chark [ WR ] LSU 84. Los Angeles Chargers - Kyle Lauletta [ QB ] Richmond 85. Carolina Panthers (from Buffalo ) - Rashaad Penny [ RB ] San Diego St 86. Kansas City Chiefs - DeShon Elliott [ SS ] Texas 87. Los Angeles Rams - Jeff Holland [ EDGE ] Auburn 88. Carolina Panthers - Equanimeous St. Brown [ WR ] Notre Dame 89. Tennessee Titans - Michael Gallup [ WR ] Colorado St. 90. Atlanta Falcons - Dorrance Armstrong [ EDGE ] Kansas 91. New Orleans Saints - Ian Thomas [ TE ] Indiana 92. Pittsburgh Steelers - Kerryon Johnson [ RB ] Auburn 93. Jacksonville Jaguars - Terrell Edmunds [ SS ] Virginia Tech 94. Minnesota Vikings - Derrick Nnadi [ DT ] Florida St. 95. New England Patriots - Luke Falk [ QB ] Washington St. 96. Buffalo Bills (from Philadelphia ) - Dante Pettis [ WR ] Washington 97. Arizona Cardinals - Cedrick Wilson [ WR ] Boise St. 98. Houston Texans - Marcus Allen [ FS ] Penn St. 99. Denver Broncos - Kalen Ballage [ RB ] Arizona St. 100. Cincinnati Bengals - Josey Jewell [ ILB ] Iowa Round 4 101. Green Bay Packers (from Cleveland ) - Damon Webb [ SS ] Ohio St. 102. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from N.Y. Giants ) - Anthony Averett [ CB ] Alabama 103. Houston Texans - Christian Sam [ ILB ] Arizona St. 104. Indianapolis Colts - Skai Moore [ LB ] S. Carolina 105. Chicago Bears - Genard Avery [ ILB ] Memphis 106. Denver Broncos - Troy Fumagalli [ TE ] Wisconsin 107. New York Jets - Will Richardson [ OT ] NC State 108. New York Giants (from Tampa Bay ) - Tegray Scales [ LB ] Indiana 109. Washington Redskins (from Denver) - Da'Shawn Hand [ DE/DT ] Alabama 110. Oakland Raiders - Parry Nickerson [ CB ] Tulane 111. Los Angeles Rams (From Miami) - Mason Cole [ C/G ] Michigan 112. Cincinnati Bengals - Dalton Schultz [ TE ] Stanford 113. Denver Broncos (from Washington) - Tyquan Lewis [ EDGE ] Ohio St. 114. Cleveland Browns (from Green Bay ) - Tre’Quan Smith [ WR ] UCF 115. Chicago Bears (from Arizona ) - Wyatt Teller [ OG ] Va. Tech 116. Dallas Cowboys - Hercules Mata’afa [ EDGE ] Washington St. 117. Detroit Lions - Isaac Yiadom [ CB ] Boston College 118. Baltimore Ravens - Alex Cappa [ OT ] HUMBOLDT STATE 119. Los Angeles Chargers - Mark Walton [ RB ] Miami (Fla.) 120. Seattle Seahawks - Shaquem Griffin [ LB ] UCF 121. Buffalo Bills - Colby Gossett [ OG ] Appalachian St. 122. Kansas City Chiefs - Kemoko Turay [ EDGE ] Rutgers 123. Miami Dolphins (from Carolina) - Royce Freeman [ RB ] Oregon 124. Kansas City Chiefs (from L.A. Rams ) - Will Clapp [ C/G ] LSU 125. Tennessee Titans - Kyzir White [ FS ] W. Virginia 126. Atlanta Falcons - Foley Fatukasi [ DT ] UConn 127. New Orleans Saints - Arden Key [ EDGE ] LSU 128. San Francisco 49ers (from Pittsburgh ) - JC Jackson [ CB ] Maryland 129. Jacksonville Jaguars - Geron Christian [ OT ] Louisville 130. Philadelphia Eagles (from Minnesota ) - Desmond Harrison [ OT ] West Georgia 131. Miami Dolphins (from New England) - Durham Smythe [ TE ] Notre Dame 132. Philadelphia Eagles - Akrum Wadley [ RB ] Iowa 133. Green Bay Packers - Tony Adams [ G/C ] NC State 134. Arizona Cardinals Skyler Phillips [ OG ] Idaho St. 135. Los Angeles Rams (from N.Y. Giants ) - Shaun Dion Hamilton [ ILB ] Alabama 136. Los Angeles Rams (from New England) - Justin Lawler [ EDGE ] SMU 137. Dallas Cowboys - R J Mcintosh [ DT ] Miami (Fla.) Round 5 138. Green Bay Packers (from Cleveland ) - Andrew Brown [ DE/DT ] Virginia 139. New York Giants - Kevin Toliver [ CB ] LSU 140. Indianapolis Colts - DaeSean Hamilton [ WR ] Penn St. 141. Seattle Seahawks (from Houston ) - Chris Campbell [ CB ] Penn St. 142. Washington Redskins (from Denver) - Tarvarius Moore [ SS ] Southern Miss 143. San Francisco 49ers (from N.Y. Jets ) - Justin Watson [ WR ] Penn 144. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Kendrick Norton [ DT ] Miami (Fla.) 145. Chicago Bears - Duke Dawson [ CB ] Florida 146. Seattle Seahawks (from Oakland ) - Korey Cunningham [ OT ] Cincinnati 147. New Orleans Saints (from Miami ) - Jaylen Samuels [ H-BK ] NC State 148. Pittsburgh Steelers (from San Francisco ) - Trent Thompson [ DT ] Georgia 149. Denver Broncos (from Washington) - Brandon Parker [ OT ] North Carolina A&T 150. Cleveland Browns (from Green Bay ) - Jordan Whitehead [ SS ] Pittsburgh 151. Cincinnati Bengals - Mike White [ QB ] Western Ky. 152. Arizona Cardinals - Quin Blanding [ FS ] Virginia 153. Detroit Lions - Justin Jones [ DT ] NC State 154. Baltimore Ravens - Nyheim Hines [ RB ] NC State 155. Los Angeles Chargers - Timon Parris [ OT ] Stony Brook 156. Philadelphia Eagles (from Seattle ) - Tre Flowers [ SS ] Oklahoma St. 157. New York Jets (from Dallas ) - Poona Ford [ DT ] Texas 158. Cincinnati Bengals (from Buffalo ) - Tarvarus McFadden [ CB ] Florida St. 159. Oakland Raiders (from Kansas City) - Jack Cichy [ ILB ] Wisconsin 160. Denver Broncos (from L.A. Rams ) - Deon Cain [ WR ] Clemson 161. Carolina Panthers - Sean Welsh [ G/C ] Iowa 162. Tennessee Titans - Coleman Shelton [ C ] Washington 163. Washington Redskins (from Denver) - Darius Phillips [ CB ] Western Michigan 164. New Orleans Saints - Marcell Ateman [ WR ] Oklahoma St. 165. Pittsburgh Steelers - Nick Nelson [ CB ] Wisconsin 166. Buffalo Bills (from Jacksonville ) - Oren Burks [ ILB ] Vanderbilt 167. Minnesota Vikings - Levi Wallace [ CB ] Alabama 168. Seattle Seahawks (from New England ) - Scott Quessenberry [ C/G ] UCLA 169. Philadelphia Eagles - Allen Lazard [ WR ] Iowa St. 170. Cincinnati Bengals - Armani Watts [ FS ] Texas A&M 171. Dallas Cowboys - Taylor Hearn [ OG ] Clemson 172. Green Bay Packers - Kenny Young [ ILB ] UCLA 173. Oakland Raiders (from Dallas ) - Michael Dickson [ P ] Texas 174. Green Bay Packers - Kameron Kelly [ CB ] San Diego St Round 6 175. Cleveland Browns - Travin Howard [ LB ] TCU 176. Los Angeles Rams (from N.Y. Giants ) - Zachary Crabtree [ OT ] Oklahoma St. 177. Houston Texans - Toby Weathersby [ G/T ] LSU 178. Indianapolis Colts - Trevon Young [ EDGE ] Louisville 179. New York Jets - J’Mon Moore [ WR ] Missouri 180. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Jamil Demby [ OG ] Maine 181. Chicago Bears - Chad Thomas [ DE/DT ] Miami (Fla.) 182. Arizona Cardinals (from Denver ) - Trey Quinn [ WR ] SMU 183. Los Angeles Rams (From LA Rams) - Ito Smith [ RB ] SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI 184. San Francisco 49ers - Jason Cabinda [ ILB ] Penn St. 185. Oakland Raiders - Dylan Cantrell [ WR ] Texas Tech 186. Green Bay Packers - Jake Wieneke [ WR ] S. Dak. St. 187. Buffalo Bills (from Cincinnati ) - Chris Herndon [ TE ] Miami 188. Cleveland Browns (from Washington) - Darious Williams [ CB ] UAB 189. New Orleans Saints (from Arizona ) - Kylie Fitts [ EDGE ] Utah 190. Baltimore Ravens - Leon Jacobs [ EDGE ] Wisconsin 191. Los Angeles Chargers - Godwin Igwebuike [ FS ] Northwestern 192. Dallas Cowboys (from Seattle) - Tre' Williams [ LB ] Auburn 193. Dallas Cowboys - Kurt Benkert [ QB ] Virginia 194. Los Angeles Rams (from Detroit ) - Tray Matthews [ SS ] Auburn 195. Los Angeles Rams (from Buffalo ) - Jalyn Holmes [ DE/DT ] Ohio St. 196. Los Angeles Rams (from Kansas City ) - Azeem Victor [ ILB ] Washington 197. Carolina Panthers - Jordan Wyatt [ CB ] SMU 198. New England Patriots (From LA Rams) - Kentavius Street [ EDGE ] N.C. State 199. Tennessee Titans - Riley Ferguson [ QB ] Memphis 200. Atlanta Falcons - KC McDermott [ G/T ] Miami (Fla.) 201. New Orleans Saints - James Looney [ DE/DT ] California 202. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Pittsburgh) - John Kelly [ RB ] Tennessee 203. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jester Weah [ WR ] Pittsburgh 204. Minnesota Vikings - Jaryd Jones-Smith [ OT ] Pittsburgh 205. Washington Redskins (from Cleveland) - Marquis Haynes [ EDGE ] Ole Miss 206. Philadelphia Eagles - Matthew Thomas [ LB ] Florida St. 207. Green Bay Packers - Josh Adams [ RB ] Notre Dame 208. Dallas Cowboys - Tyler Conklin [ TE ] Central Michigan 209. Miami Dolphins (From LA Rams) - Chase Litton [ QB ] Marshall 210. New England Patriots (from Oakland ) - Ade Aruna [ DE/DT ] Tulane 211. Houston Texans - Arrion Springs [ CB ] Oregon 212. Oakland Raiders - Van Smith [ FS ] Clemson 213. Minnesota Vikings - Jordan Lasley [ WR ] UCLA 214. Houston Texans - Bradley Bozemon [ C ] Alabama 215. Baltimore Ravens - Dejon Allen [ G/C ] Hawaii 216. Oakland Raiders - Deadrin Senat [ DT ] So. Florida 217. Oakland Raiders - Bo Scarbrough [ RB ] Alabama 218. Minnesota Vikings - Will Dissly [ TE ] Washington Round 7 219. New England Patriots (from Cleveland ) - Siran Neal [ SS ] Jax. State 220. Pittsburgh Steelers (from N.Y. Giants ) - JK Scott [ P ] Alabama 221. Indianapolis Colts - Breeland Speaks [ DE/DT ] Ole Miss 222. Houston Texans - Simmie Cobbs [ WR ] Indiana 223. San Francisco 49ers (from Tampa Bay) - Sam Jones [ OG ] Arizona St. 224. Chicago Bears - Rick Leonard [ OT ] Florida St. 225. Minnesota Vikings (from Denver ) - Darrel Williams [ RB ] LSU 226. Seattle Seahawks (from N.Y. Jets ) - Daniel Karlson [ K ] Auburn 227. Miami Dolphins (from San Francisco ) - Brian Allen [ C ] Michigan St. 228. Oakland Raiders - K.J. Malone [ OG ] LSU 229. Miami Dolphins - Zaire Franklin [ LB ] Syracuse 230. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Cincinnati ) - D.J. Reed [ CB ] Kansas St. 231. Washington Redskins - Keke Coutee [ WR ] Texas Tech 232. Green Bay Packers - Greg Senat [ OT ] Wagner 233. Kansas City Chiefs (from Arizona ) - Antonio Callaway [ WR ] Florida 234. Carolina Panthers (from L.A. Chargers) - Jordan Thomas [ TE ] Mississippi St. 235. New York Jets (from Seattle ) - Justin Crawford [ RB ] W. Virginia 236. Dallas Cowboys - Braxton Berrios [ WR ] Miami (Fla.) 237. Detroit Lions - Jordan Akins [ TE ] Central Florida 238. Arizona Cardinals (from Baltimore ) - Nick DeLuca [ ILB ] No. Dak. St. 239. Green Bay Packers (from Buffalo ) - Joe Ostman [ EDGE ] C. Michigan 240. San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City ) - Jordan Thomas (OKH) [ CB ] Oklahoma 241. Washington Redskins (from L.A. Rams ) - Brett Toth [ OT ] Army 242. Carolina Panthers - Cole Madison [ OT ] Washington St. 243. Kansas City Chiefs (from Tennessee ) - Jacob Pugh [ LB ] Florida St. 244. Atlanta Falcons - Dimitri Flowers [ FB ] Oklahoma 245. New Orleans Saints - Joshua Kalu [ FS ] Nebraska 246. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jordan Mailata [ OT ] South Sydney 247. Cleveland Browns (From Jacksonville) - David Jackson [ RB ] UTEP 248. Seattle Seahawks (from Minnesota ) - Garrett Hudson [ TE ] Richmond 249. Cincinnati Bengals (from New England ) - Lowell Lotulelei [ DT ] Utah 250. Seattle Seahawks (from Philadelphia) - Tony Brown [ CB ] Alabama 251. Los Angeles Chargers - Trayvon Henderson [ SS ] Hawaii 252. Cincinnati Bengals - Daurice Fountain [ WR ] N. Iowa 253. Cincinnati Bengals - Ryan Hunter [ OG ] Bowling Green 254. Arizona Cardinals - Joshua Frazier [ DT ] Alabama 255. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Jordan Smallwood [ WR ] Oklahoma 256. Atlanta Falcons (Mr. Irrelevant) - Joel Iyiegbuniwe [ ILB ] Western Kentucky Team by Team Arizona Cardinals 15. Josh Allen [ QB ] Wyoming 47. Jamarco Jones [ OT ] Ohio St. 79. Quenton Meeks [ CB ] Stanford 97. Cedrick Wilson [ WR ] Boise St. 134. Skyler Phillips [ OG ] Idaho St. 152. Quin Blanding [ FS ] Virginia 182. Trey Quinn [ WR ] SMU 238. Nick DeLuca [ ILB ] No. Dak. St. 254. Joshua Frazier [ DT ] Alabama Atlanta Falcons 26. Taven Bryan [ DT ] Florida 58. Anthony Miller [ WR ] Memphis 90. Dorrance Armstrong [ EDGE ] Kansas 126. Foley Fatukasi [ DT ] UConn 200. KC McDermott [ G/T ] Miami (Fla.) 244. Dimitri Flowers [ FB ] Oklahoma 256. Joel Iyiegbuniwe [ ILB ] Western Kentucky Baltimore Ravens 16. Lamar Jackson [ QB ] Louisville 52. Mike Gesicki [ TE ] Penn St. 83. D.J. Chark [ WR ] LSU 118. Alex Cappa [ OT ] HUMBOLDT STATE 154. Nyheim Hines [ RB ] NC State 190. Leon Jacobs [ EDGE ] Wisconsin 215. Dejon Allen [ G/C ] Hawaii Buffalo Bills 2. Josh Rosen [ QB ] UCLA 65. Braden Smith [ OG ] Auburn 96. Dante Pettis [ WR ] Washington 121. Colby Gossett [ OG ] Appalachian St. 166. Oren Burks [ ILB ] Vanderbilt 187. Chris Herndon [ TE ] Miami Carolina Panthers 24. Isaiah Wynn [ OT ] Georgia 55. Justin Reid [ S ] Stanford 85. Rashaad Penny [ RB ] San Diego St 88. Equanimeous St. Brown [ WR ] Notre Dame 161. Sean Welsh [ G/C ] Iowa 197. Jordan Wyatt [ CB ] SMU 234. Jordan Thomas [ TE ] Mississippi St. 242. Cole Madison [ OT ] Washington St. Chicago Bears 8. Harold Landry [ EDGE ] Boston College 39. Courtland Sutton [ WR ] SMU 105. Genard Avery [ ILB ] Memphis 115. Wyatt Teller [ OG ] Va. Tech 145. Duke Dawson [ CB ] Florida 181. Chad Thomas [ DE/DT ] Miami (Fla.) 224. Rick Leonard [ OT ] Florida St. Cincinnati Bengals 21. James Daniels [ C ] Iowa 46. Orlando Brown [ OT ] Oklahoma 77. PJ Hall [ DT ] Sam Houston St. 100. Josey Jewell [ ILB ] Iowa 112. Dalton Schultz [ TE ] Stanford 151. Mike White [ QB ] Western Ky. 158. Tarvarus McFadden [ CB ] Florida St. 170. Armani Watts [ FS ] Texas A&M 249. Lowell Lotulelei [ DT ] Utah 252. Daurice Fountain [ WR ] N. Iowa 253. Ryan Hunter [ OG ] Bowling Green Cleveland Browns 1. Sam Darnold [ QB ] USC 4. Bradley Chubb [ EDGE ] NC State 33. Jaire Alexander [ CB ] Louisville 35. Kolton Miller [ OT ] UCLA 64. Nathan Shepherd [ DT ] Fort Hays St. 114. Tre’Quan Smith [ WR ] UCF 150. Jordan Whitehead [ SS ] Pittsburgh 175. Travin Howard [ LB ] TCU 188. Darious Williams [ CB ] UAB 247. David Jackson [ RB ] UTEP Dallas Cowboys 19. Calvin Ridley [ WR ] Alabama 50. Harrison Phillips [ DT ] Stanford 81. Micah Kiser [ ILB ] Virginia 116. Hercules Mata’afa [ EDGE ] Washington St. 137. R J Mcintosh [ DT ] Miami (Fla.) 171. Taylor Hearn [ OG ] Clemson 192. Tre' Williams [ LB ] Auburn 193. Kurt Benkert [ QB ] Virginia 208. Tyler Conklin [ TE ] Central Michigan 236. Braxton Berrios [ WR ] Miami (Fla.) Denver Broncos 5. Quenton Nelson [ OG ] Notre Dame 40. Isaiah Oliver [ CB ] Colorado 71. Fred Warner [ LB ] BYU 99. Kalen Ballage [ RB ] Arizona St. 106. Troy Fumagalli [ TE ] Wisconsin 113. Tyquan Lewis [ EDGE ] Ohio St. 149. Brandon Parker [ OT ] North Carolina A&T 160. Deon Cain [ WR ] Clemson Detroit Lions 20. Marcus Davenport [ EDGE ] UTSA 51. Austin Corbett [ C/G ] Nevada 82. Nick Chubb [ RB ] Georgia 117. Isaac Yiadom [ CB ] Boston College 153. Justin Jones [ DT ] NC State 237. Jordan Akins [ TE ] Central Florida Green Bay Packers 14. Denzel Ward [ CB ] Ohio St. 45. Lorenzo Carter [ EDGE ] Georgia 76. James Washington [ WR ] Oklahoma St. 101. Damon Webb [ SS ] Ohio St. 133. Tony Adams [ G/C ] NC State 138. Andrew Brown [ DE/DT ] Virginia 172. Kenny Young [ ILB ] UCLA 174. Kameron Kelly [ CB ] San Diego St 186. Jake Wieneke [ WR ] S. Dak. St. 207. Josh Adams [ RB ] Notre Dame 232. Greg Senat [ OT ] Wagner 239. Joe Ostman [ EDGE ] C. Michigan Houston Texans 68. Mark Andrews [ TE ] Oklahoma 80. Joseph Noteboom [ OT ] TCU 98. Marcus Allen [ FS ] Penn St. 103. Christian Sam [ ILB ] Arizona St. 177. Toby Weathersby [ G/T ] LSU 211. Arrion Springs [ CB ] Oregon 214. Bradley Bozemon [ C ] Alabama 222. Simmie Cobbs [ WR ] Indiana Indianapolis Colts 6. Saquon Barkley [ RB ] Penn St. 36. Ronnie Harrison [ SS ] Alabama 37. D.J. Moore [ WR ] Maryland 49. Carlton Davis [ CB ] Auburn 67. Chukwuma Okorafor [ OT ] W. Michigan 104. Skai Moore [ LB ] S. Carolina 140. DaeSean Hamilton [ WR ] Penn St. 178. Trevon Young [ EDGE ] Louisville 221. Breeland Speaks [ DE/DT ] Ole Miss Jacksonville Jaguars 29. Dallas Goedert [ TE ] S. Dak. St. 61. Jerome Baker [ LB ] Ohio St. 93. Terrell Edmunds [ SS ] Virginia Tech 129. Geron Christian [ OT ] Louisville 203. Jester Weah [ WR ] Pittsburgh 230. D.J. Reed [ CB ] Kansas St. Kansas City Chiefs 54. M.J. Stewart [ CB ] N. Carolina 78. Tim Settle [ NT ] Virginia Tech 86. DeShon Elliott [ SS ] Texas 122. Kemoko Turay [ EDGE ] Rutgers 124. Will Clapp [ C/G ] LSU 233. Antonio Callaway [ WR ] Florida 243. Jacob Pugh [ LB ] Florida St. Los Angeles Chargers 17. Da'Ron Payne [ DT ] Alabama 48. Malik Jefferson [ LB ] Texas 84. Kyle Lauletta [ QB ] Richmond 119. Mark Walton [ RB ] Miami (Fla.) 155. Timon Parris [ OT ] Stony Brook 191. Godwin Igwebuike [ FS ] Northwestern 251. Trayvon Henderson [ SS ] Hawaii Los Angeles Rams 87. Jeff Holland [ EDGE ] Auburn 111. Mason Cole [ C/G ] Michigan 135. Shaun Dion Hamilton [ ILB ] Alabama 136. Justin Lawler [ EDGE ] SMU 176. Zachary Crabtree [ OT ] Oklahoma St. 183. Ito Smith [ RB ] SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI 194. Tray Matthews [ SS ] Auburn 195. Jalyn Holmes [ DE/DT ] Ohio St. 196. Azeem Victor [ ILB ] Washington Miami Dolphins 11. Roquan Smith [ ILB ] Georgia 42. Billy Price [ OG ] Ohio St. 73. B J Hill [ DT ] NC State 123. Royce Freeman [ RB ] Oregon 131. Durham Smythe [ TE ] Notre Dame 209. Chase Litton [ QB ] Marshall 227. Brian Allen [ C ] Michigan St. 229. Zaire Franklin [ LB ] Syracuse Minnesota Vikings 30. Will Hernandez [ OG ] UTEP 62. Josh Sweat [ EDGE ] Florida St. 94. Derrick Nnadi [ DT ] Florida St. 167. Levi Wallace [ CB ] Alabama 204. Jaryd Jones-Smith [ OT ] Pittsburgh 213. Jordan Lasley [ WR ] UCLA 218. Will Dissly [ TE ] Washington 225. Darrel Williams [ RB ] LSU New England Patriots 23. Josh Jackson [ CB ] Iowa 31. Mike McGlinchey [ OT ] Notre Dame 43. Darius Leonard [ LB ] S.C. State 63. Christian Kirk [ WR ] Texas A&M 95. Luke Falk [ QB ] Washington St. 198. Kentavius Street [ EDGE ] N.C. State 210. Ade Aruna [ DE/DT ] Tulane 219. Siran Neal [ SS ] Jax. State New Orleans Saints 27. Mason Rudolph [ QB ] Oklahoma St. 91. Ian Thomas [ TE ] Indiana 127. Arden Key [ EDGE ] LSU 147. Jaylen Samuels [ H-BK ] NC State 164. Marcell Ateman [ WR ] Oklahoma St. 189. Kylie Fitts [ EDGE ] Utah 201. James Looney [ DE/DT ] California 245. Joshua Kalu [ FS ] Nebraska New York Giants 12. Minkah Fitzpatrick [ FS ] Alabama 22. Connor Williams [ OT ] Texas 34. Sam Hubbard [ EDGE ] Ohio St. 53. Sony Michel [ RB ] Georgia 56. Donte Jackson [ CB ] LSU 66. Rasheem Green [ DT ] USC 69. Martinas Rankin [ G/C ] Miss. State 108. Tegray Scales [ LB ] Indiana 139. Kevin Toliver [ CB ] LSU New York Jets 3. Baker Mayfield [ QB ] Oklahoma 72. Uchenna Nwosu [ EDGE ] USC 107. Will Richardson [ OT ] NC State 157. Poona Ford [ DT ] Texas 179. J’Mon Moore [ WR ] Missouri 235. Justin Crawford [ RB ] W. Virginia Oakland Raiders 10. Vita Vea [ DT ] Washington 41. Tyrell Crosby [ OT ] Oregon 75. Dorian O'Daniel [ LB ] Clemson 110. Parry Nickerson [ CB ] Tulane 159. Jack Cichy [ ILB ] Wisconsin 173. Michael Dickson [ P ] Texas 185. Dylan Cantrell [ WR ] Texas Tech 212. Van Smith [ FS ] Clemson 216. Deadrin Senat [ DT ] So. Florida 217. Bo Scarbrough [ RB ] Alabama 228. K.J. Malone [ OG ] LSU Philadelphia Eagles 32. Mike Hughes [ CB ] UCF 130. Desmond Harrison [ OT ] West Georgia 132. Akrum Wadley [ RB ] Iowa 156. Tre Flowers [ SS ] Oklahoma St. 169. Allen Lazard [ WR ] Iowa St. 206. Matthew Thomas [ LB ] Florida St. Pittsburgh Steelers 28. Rashaan Evans [ ILB ] Alabama 60. Jessie Bates [ S ] Wake Forest 92. Kerryon Johnson [ RB ] Auburn 148. Trent Thompson [ DT ] Georgia 165. Nick Nelson [ CB ] Wisconsin 220. JK Scott [ P ] Alabama 246. Jordan Mailata [ OT ] South Sydney San Francisco 49ers 9. Tremaine Edmunds [ ILB ] Va. Tech 59. Hayden Hurst [ TE ] S. Carolina 70. Duke Ejiofor [ EDGE ] Wake Forest 74. Brian O’Neil [ OT ] Pittsburgh 128. JC Jackson [ CB ] Maryland 143. Justin Watson [ WR ] Penn 184. Jason Cabinda [ ILB ] Penn St. 223. Sam Jones [ OG ] Arizona St. 240. Jordan Thomas (OKH) [ CB ] Oklahoma Seattle Seahawks 18. Maurice Hurst [ DT ] Michigan 120. Shaquem Griffin [ LB ] UCF 141. Chris Campbell [ CB ] Penn St. 146. Korey Cunningham [ OT ] Cincinnati 168. Scott Quessenberry [ C/G ] UCLA 226. Daniel Karlson [ K ] Auburn 248. Garrett Hudson [ TE ] Richmond 250. Tony Brown [ CB ] Alabama Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7. Derwin James [ SS ] Florida St. 38. Ronald Jones [ RB ] USC 102. Anthony Averett [ CB ] Alabama 144. Kendrick Norton [ DT ] Miami (Fla.) 180. Jamil Demby [ OG ] Maine 202. John Kelly [ RB ] Tennessee 255. Jordan Smallwood [ WR ] Oklahoma Tennessee Titans 25. Leighton Vander Esch [ LB ] Boise St. 57. Ogbonnia Okoronkwo [ EDGE ] Oklahoma 89. Michael Gallup [ WR ] Colorado St. 125. Kyzir White [ FS ] W. Virginia 162. Coleman Shelton [ C ] Washington 199. Riley Ferguson [ QB ] Memphis Washington Redskins 13. Derrius Guice [ RB ] LSU 44. Frank Ragnow [ C ] Arkansas 109. Da'Shawn Hand [ DE/DT ] Alabama 142. Tarvarius Moore [ SS ] Southern Miss 163. Darius Phillips [ CB ] Western Michigan 205. Marquis Haynes [ EDGE ] Ole Miss 231. Keke Coutee [ WR ] Texas Tech 241. Brett Toth [ OT ] Army
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    Just want to say I have had a lot of fun posting mocks this year and appreciate all the feedback. Just sticking to the draft on this because i think after the House signing we are done with free agents. 1.14 Minkah Fitzpatrick*, S, Alabama Height: 6-0. Weight: 204. Arm: 31.25. Hand: 9.38. 40 Time: 4.46. Projected Round (2018): Top-16. 3/17/18: At the combine, Fitzpatrick ran well in the 40-yard dash and had a good workout. He totaled 60 tackles, one interception, eight passes broken up and a forced fumble in 2017. Fitzpatrick played well, covering receivers downfield, staying around the ball, and helping out his cornerbacks. With his versatility, he can play nickel corner over slot receivers, cover tight ends in man, and be the deep free safety center fielder who protects the deep part of the field. He also can function as a strong safety and be the eighth man in the box. RD2. 13 Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado Height: 6-0. Weight: 201. Arm: 33.5. Hand: 9.75. 40 Time: 4.50. Projected Round (2018): 1-2. 3/17/18: Oliver had a strong combine performance with a good 40 time and an impressive showing in the field work. Oliver has size, length, and movement skills, but he didn't always play up to his skill set. He also needs a lot of work to play off-man coverage. In 2017, Oliver totaled 13 passes broken up, two interceptions and 25 tackles. In speaking to some team sources, they thought Oliver could be a solid second-day pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, but some second-rounders will go late in the first round and Oliver could be in that mix. RD3.12 Mark Andrews*, TE, Oklahoma Height: 6-5. Weight: 256. Arm: 32.5. Hand: 9.5. 40 Time: 4.67. Projected Round (2018): 2-3. 4/7/18: Andrews caught 62 passes for 958 yards and eight touchdowns in 2017. He played well for Oklahoma. Andrews is a good athlete with quickness and is a dangerous receiver down the seam. He has to improve his blocking significantly for the NFL. Rd4.1 Dorance Armstrong Jr.*, 3-4OLB, Kansas Height: 6-4. Weight: 257. Arm: 34.75. 40 Time: 4.87. Projected Round (2018): 2-3. 3/25/18: Armstrong has an excellent skill set, but it was hard for him to illustrate in 2017 because the team around him was so bad. Opponents were able neutralize him with double teams and plays going away from him while taking advantage of the lack of talent elsewhere on the Kansas defense. As a result, Armstrong may be more of a second-day talent for the 2018 NFL Draft. In 2017, Armstrong totaled 63 tackles with 9.5 for a loss, two sacks, four forced fumbles and four passes batted. He is a fast edge defender with very good athleticism. At the combine, Armstrong looked smooth and athletic in the field drills. 4.33 Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, 3-4OLB, Oklahoma Height: 6-1. Weight: 243. Arm: 34.5. Hand: 9.25. 40 Time: 4.77. Projected Round (2018): 3-5. 3/25/18: In 2017, Okoronkwo racked up eight sacks with 76 tackles, 17.5 tackles for a loss, two passes batted and three forced fumbles. He was a leading defender for the Sooners and received a lot of media hype. 5.1 Daurice Fountain, WR, Northern Iowa Height: 6-2. Weight: 208. Projected 40 Time: 4.52. Projected Round (2018): 4-6. 4/7/18: At the East-West Shrine, Fountain was the star of the East practice with impressive performances in all three practices. He had scouts buzzing across the league. His name was being passed along to scouts, directors, and general managers who weren't in St. Peteresburg to check out his tape - teams split their college scouting staffs between the East-West Shrine and the NFLPA all-star game. Fountain was very good in one-on-ones, showing the quickness, body control, and route-running to get separation from the cornerbacks. He also made plays in the team scrimmage while impressing in the red zone. As a senior, he totaled 66 receptions for 943 yards and 12 touchdowns. Surprisingly, Fountain did not receive a combine invitation 5.35 Greg Senat, OT, Wagner Height: 6-6. Weight: 302. Arm: 34.88. 40 Time: 5.38. Projected Round (2018): 4-6. 3/17/18: Some sources felt that Senat was the best of the offensive linemen at the East-West Shrine. Senat has strength and surprising movement skills. As one scout described him, "Senat is a fire hydrant that can move." After playing at Wagner, Senat has shown the skill to make the jump in competition from his time in St. Petersburg, and those tests will continue with an NFL team after the 2018 NFL Draft. 5.37 Dee Delaney, CB, Miami Height: 5-11. Weight: 200. Arm: 30.5. Hand: 9.75. 40 Time: 4.46. Projected Round (2018): 5-7. 3/17/18: Delaney started out his collegiate career at the Citadel before transferring to Miami. In 2017, he totaled 39 tackles with one pass broken up and one interception. At the Citadel, Delaney played well with six interceptions, eight breakups and 35 tackles in his final season. He had five interceptions as a sophomore. Read more: http://walterfootball.com/draft2018CB.php#ixzz5CYiLpu2j 6.12 Antonio Callaway*, WR, Florida Height: 5-11. Weight: 200. Arm: 31.5. Hand: 8.75. 40 Time: 4.41. Projected Round (2018): 5-FA. 4/7/18: Callaway didn't play in 2017 because of a suspension. He ended up in pre-trial diversion after reportedly facing felony fraud charges for allegedly transferring money from a stolen credit card. NFL teams already had major off-the-field concerns about Callaway. While he loves football, he has a lot of issues in terms of hanging out with bad influences, and teams are concerned about him consistently failing drug tests in the NFL. Callaway was suspended repeatedly by Florida, and he hurt his team by earning another suspension to start the 2017 season to go along with a rape allegation. Scouts across the league say that Callaway has first-round talent. They've even compared him to Antonio Brown in terms of his skill set and what he can do as a receiver, but teams think that Callaway will definitely fall into the mid-rounds because his off-the-field issues are too serious to draft any earlier. They don't have any confidence that he will change and avoid suspensions in the NFL. Callaway ran fast and looked good at the scouting combine, but the interviews were more important than his field work. Sources said that he seemed winded at his pro-day workout and did not help himself with his showing there. 6.33 Bo Scarborough*, RB, Alabama Height: 6-2. Weight: 228. Arm: 33.5. Hand: 10. 40 Time: 4.52. Projected Round (2018): 6-FA. 4/7/18: Scarborough averaged 4.8 yards per carry in 2017 for 596 yards with eight touchdowns on 124 carries. He had 17 receptions for 109 yards as well. Scarborough has the upside to have produced more, but Damien Harris served as Alabama's feature back while others were splitting carries with Scarborough. Scarborough left school early, which was a questionable decision. On the negative side, he didn't play well enough or produce enough to prove he can be a NFL starter. On the positive side, he probably would have had fewer carries as the third-string back behind Damien Harris and Najee Harris in 2018. Both of them are more talented than Scarborough. 7.14 Greg Gilmore, DT, LSU Height: 6-3. Weight: 318. Projected 40 Time: 5.29. Projected Round (2018): 5-7. 3/25/18: Gilmore has some versatility to fit as a three-technique or as nose tackle in a 4-3 defense. In a 3-4, he could play end or tackle given his weight with enough length. In 2017, Gilmore totaled 53 tackles with 10 tackles for a loss, 7.5 sacks and one pass batted. He collected 34 tackles with one sack as a junior and 13 tackles as a sophomore. Gilmore has some size and strength at the point of attack, but looks limited. He did not participate in the NFL Scouting Combine. 7.21 Jaylen Dunlap, CB, Illinois Height: 6-1. Weight: 190. Projected 40 Time: 4.45. Projected Round (2018): FA. 3/17/18: Dunlap tore his knee up at the NFLPA game, so that will probably send him to the undrafted ranks. Dunlap has a nice combination of size and speed for his NFL team to work with. He wasn't a star for Illinois, but before his injury, sources labeled him as draftable, noting that he has the skill set to be a better pro than college player. Dunlap has good size and is said to run very fast in the 40. Like most big corners, he has tightness in off-man coverage and is better off playing press-man and getting physical. Dunlap was not invited to participate in the combine. Read more: http://walterfootball.com/draft2018CB.php#ixzz5CYojLBQF
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    I quote this when my 12 year old has his friends over. Then explain it’s from Mean Girls. Then ask if they’ve seen it. Then tell them how great of a movie it is. Then I ask if they want to watch it. Embarasses the hell out of him every time.
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    He’s not even 30 yet. Every time a WR has a down year or two they’re declared finished. Moss, Boldin, Smith. I think his decline is almost entirely because Prescott isn’t aggressive enough. I still see him making those super athletic plays
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    I’d hope they would pick him. Would finally end the ridiculous streak of good QB play they’ve had
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    He should definitely ask for his money back. His best defense against the test is to show them his game film.
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    So the moral of the story is be the big bully and let other people get penalized for their overreactions, right? And horny got beat up.
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    If Dez was a few years older I can see the raiders being interested in him.
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    The length of time they waited before doing this made it a lot more personal than it would have been.
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    This would be a classic redskin signing.
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    Go to San Fran. Give Jimmy a true number one to throw to.
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    Question is if they sign Dez then they draft Ridley will they cut Dez because he failed his physical.
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    You and I have discussed this before, but I’m completely in agreement here. Im sick and goddam tired of watched my squad get their teeth kicked in physically by opponents, commonly the Steelers, and seeing no “fight in the dog”. Antonio Brown dropkicked our punter and....nothing. James Harrison has nearly murdered multiple players.... nothing, no retaliation, no response. I don’t want to be that “back in my day” guy, but eff it, here goes. When I played if someone had done that type of crap our coaches would have been pissed if you didn’t respond and set the tone. We can always take a TFL on one play if it means a couple lineman drive that player into the dirt and let it be known cheap shots won’t be tolerated. They hit our QB late, next drive the favor is repaid. I want to see some toughasses, some guys not afraid to mix it up a bit. I’m tired of the Charmin soft attitude. I’ll go back to yelling at kids to get off my lawn now.
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    No matter what we do.....we're going to F it up somehow.
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    I would rather not see him do it but he's been working pretty hard on football in the offseason. Much rather have him in the news for this than some domestic assault case or something. Could always be worse
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    Rodgers has a career QB rating of 103.8 and a career playoff rating of 99.4. (36 TDs - 10 INTs in 16 playoff games) Brady has a career QB rating of 97.8 and a career playoff rating of 90.9 (71 TDs - 31 INTs in 37 playoff games) Ben Roethlisberger has a career QB rating of 94.0 and a career playoff rating of 86.5 (30 TDs - 24 INTs in 21 playoff games) Drew Brees has a career QB rating of 96.7 and a career playoff rating of 100.7 (29 TDs - 9 INTs in 13 playoff games) The competition gets tougher in the playoffs and in the big picture Aaron Rodgers is not the reason they haven't won another Super Bowl.
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    It's gonna be funny if neither of them even make the playoffs this year.
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    Rounds 3-7 are historically about the same in terms of the talent that they produce. Getting drafted earlier often just means more chances, and not more talent. If you can drop back three to four picks, for another bullet or two, it's prudent to do so in my mind.
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    I'm in... can't believe it's been four years since I won this thing. Why do y'all even listen to my draft opinions anymore.
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    " It was not because he said he declined to stop kneeling, tho. The team asked for his plan moving forward on how to handle everything and there was not a firm plan. " So yes, it was because he said he wouldn't stop kneeling.
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    The problem I've had with Colin, it's not about him protesting, it's about him never actually having a plan. His protest started with him sitting during the anthem. He did that in week 1 of preseason. No one noticed. He did that in week 2. No one noticed. He did it again in week 3, someone finally noticed. He didn't step up and voice his message until someone put him on the spot and questioned as to why he was sitting during the anthem. That's why I have a problem with his activism. It wasn't a planned action to draw attention to a cause. He was just a petulant child refusing to stand up for the anthem. He wasn't doing it to advance the debate. I don't think he really wanted to be part of the debate in the first place. If he did, he would have addressed it publicly before week 3, before he was put on the spot. He reactive, not proactive. And that's him in a nutshell. He has never been a leader, not of a football team, let alone of a nation-wide social movement. He's a child who needs his decisions to be made for him. He was lucky Eric Reid came in and told him to kneel instead. He never had a firm plan then, and I'm not surprised he doesn't have one now. I'm sure he still feels strongly about the social issues he supports, but he simply has no idea what he's doing. And now, it seems he doesn't care about football enough to just find different ways of supporting his causes than kneeling during the national anthem. That alone is enough for not wanting him on my team. He should just **** or get off the pot, at this point. He can't just hover between football and activism. He should choose one and give up the other, at least for the time being. So, if Kap is not a QB in the NFL, I can't really entirely blame the NFL.
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    An argument I always heard re: CFB > NFL is "Every game matters. It's so great cause every game matters!" Except if you lose one. Then no game matters (this was pre playoffs). And if that loss happens early? There goes THAT whole season. Meanwhile over in the NFL my favorite team can still contend.
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    Thanks Ramster. Saw Nacho post and thought we got early games but it was just you being a fool.
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    Hopefully we just stockpile LB and interior linemen. I know, I know...im full of insight.
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    After all of these constant Rams-Eagles beefs, that I suspect will last all off-season, it would be funny as hell if both teams fall flat on their faces next year. I can already see next year's discussions: Person 1) "I told you X player/coach was awful and look what happened". Person 2) "But that's only because.....[insert excuse]. Your team didn't do any better". Person 1) "Well what had happened was.........[insert excuse]". [repeat]
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    Nick Saban would know exactly how to address this and keep him in line. A stern talking to, followed by a vague press conference, followed by a subsequent first half benching against Mercer. Lesson learned by Reuben and then he'd be a model citizen.
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    I completely agree. If we stay at #4, which isn't necessarily my preference, I want us to draft Bradley Chubb. My hope is we draft Baker Mayfield or Sam Darnold, New York drafts Saquon Barkley, the Jets take Josh Allen, and then Buffalo offers us their two first round picks plus a little more to move up and nab their QB. My desired draft for us is: 1. Baker Mayfield, QB Oklahoma (I would be ok with Darnold or Rosen as well) 12. Harold Landry, DE Boston College 22. Mike McGlinchey, OT Notre Dame 33. Maurice Hurst, DT Michigan 35. Josh Jackson, CB Iowa 64. Rashaad Penny, RB San Diego St. (I also like Nick Chubb, Ronald Jones II, etc.)
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    How about this people...... when was the last time we had a Wide Receiver whom when we thew him the ball we were like oh good that’s gonna be a for sure catch, Landry gives us that he catches everything even balls that he has no business catching
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