Jump to content


Veteran Members
  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

125 Veteran

Recent Profile Visitors

382 profile views
  1. The Milwaukee Yelichs Thread - God is a Lie and We'll All Die Someday

    Seems like everyone here is as confused as I was the last two days.
  2. rank the roster: 2019 edition (#8) (complete)

    Waldo’s running this again at the other (cooler) forum. Our results this far: 1. Aaron Rodgers (90%)[--]2. David Bakhtiari (78%)[--]3. Kenny Clark (59%)[+2]4. Davante Adams (100%)[-1]5. Jaire Alexander (57%)[+11]6. Aaron Jones (62%)[+8]7. Za'Darius Smith (45%)[FA]8. Brian Bulaga (52%)[+5]9. Blake Martinez (68%)[-1] Will be interesting to compare the two lists side by side
  3. 2020 Needs and Free Agent List

    Spriggs will sign with NE for 1 year for like 4 million, then will get a 5 year 80 million deal the following offseason from a team like the Redskins.
  4. 1[12]: Rashan Gary [EDGE; Michigan]

    I'm happy we got a premier athlete at a premier position, rather than taking a TE or ILB as many were hoping. Taking Gary or Ferrell wasn't surprising at all to me. That is clearly the edge mold Gute and Pettine wanted looking at our FA's. Was just unclear if we wanted to double down on that mold, long, strong, + run defenders with primary bull rush upside, or if they wanted a contrasting edge bender with speed, like a Burns or a Sweat. Just seems clear they want the long, strong front that can shut down the run, and rely more on pocket collapsing bull rushing and schematic blitzing vs winning around the edge. If Gary helps us do that, awesome! I've seen a lot of Clowney comparisons and I kind of like it. With this FA and draft class though, defense totally out of excuses. Going to need to see results this year.
  5. 2020 Needs and Free Agent List

    I don't follow what you are saying
  6. 2020 Needs and Free Agent List

    Hate the idea of losing Martinez next year, as we really have no one else there. But I hate the idea of considering giving him Kwon or CJ money even more. He is a solid, yet unspectacular player who doesn't make impact plays. Not worth top dollar, so definitely depends what we are talking about for $. I may be more in the like 3 years for 27-30 million vs 4 for 52-56 range.
  7. 2020 NFL Draft Discussion

    Jerry Jeudy getting the hype already, but CeeDee Lamb my guy going into next year. I think he is my #1 WR prospect heading into the season.
  8. BF's mock

    Had some fun making this, getting pretty trade happy in the first. Thursday morning announced the Redskins trade for Josh Rosen, giving up picks 15 and their 3rd, for Josh Rosen and pick 33 DRAFT 1 Cardinals - Kyler Murray 2 49ers - Nick Bosa ** Trade ** Giants move up from 6 to 3 to get Haskins before someone else moves up, Giants also give up their 2nd round pick. 10 of that last 11 QB's selected in the first round were traded up for. (Baker Mayfield only QB who was not traded up for and he went #1) 3 Giants - Dwayne Haskins 4 Raiders - Quinnen Williams 5 Buccaneers - Devin White 6 Jets - Jonah Williams ** Trade ** Atlanta trades up from 14 to 7 with Jacksonville, also giving up their 2nd. 7 Falcons - Ed Oliver 8 Lions - Josh Allen ** Trade ** Bengals move from 11 to 9 with the Bills and give their 3rd 9 Bengals - Drew Lock 10 Broncos - TJ Hockenson 11 Bills - Jawaan Taylor ** Trade ** Chiefs trade up from 29, also giving their 2020 1st round pick and pick 63, Packers also give back a 6th. (Chiefs move up big as the top tier edge market will start to end around here and teams like the Dolphins, Jaguars, Cardinals, Pathers and Giants coming up, they won't last. They have an extra 2nd rounder this year and an extra 2020 pick 2nd round pick from SF as well, so can justify the move, Andy Reid has been aggressive like this in the past) 12 Chiefs - Montez Sweat ** Trade ** Dolphins want to get some extra picks for next year, they give 13 and a 5th and they move back to 16 with Carolina and also get a 2020 2nd, Carolina also moving up to get the last top tier edge guy 13 Panthers - Clelin Ferrell 14 Jacksonville - Andre Dillard 15 Cardinals - DK Metcalf 16 Dolphins - Brian Burns 17 Giants - Dexter Lawrence 18 Vikings - Cody Ford 19 Titans - Christian Wilkins 20 Steelers - Devin Bush ** Trade ** Seattle wants more picks and trades with New England who gives picks 32 and 64 and a 6th 21 Patriots - Daniel Jones 22 Ravens - Rashan Gary 23 Texans - Garrett Bradbury 24 Raiders - Noah Fant 25 Eagles - Chauncey Gardner-Johnson 26 Colts - A.J. Brown 27 Raiders - Byron Murphy 28 Chargers - Dalton Risner 29 Packers - Chris Lindstrom https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/chris-lindstrom Elite athlete at the position, durable, checks every box 30 Packers - Juan Thornhill https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/juan-thornhill Another elite athlete, doesn't have the top end straight line speed, but has everything else in spades. Played a lot of box safety, but also in the slot and deep a lot too, makes for two fairly interchangeable, versatile safeties, which Pettine says he prefers. 31 Rams - Greedy Williams 32 Patriots - Nasir Adderley 33 Cardinals Jeffery Simmons 34 Colts Jerry Tillery 35 Raiders Josh Jacobs 36 49ers N'Keal Harry 37 Jets Hakeem Butler 38 Jaguars Chase Winovich 39 Buccaneers Marquise Brown 40 Bills Dre'Mont Jones 41 Broncos DeAndre Baker 42 Bengals Mack Wilson 43 Lions Kaleb McGary 44 Packers Amani Oruwariye https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/amani-oruwariye Might be my favorite CB relative to slot, scheme versatile, good in man, has the size and speed for it, good eyes for zone, active in the run game, can find the football, lot to like here. 45 Falcons Erik McCoy 46 Redskins Terry McLaurin 47 Panthers Irv Smith Jr. 48 Dolphins Elgton Jenkins 49 Browns Bobby Evans 50 Vikings Rock YaSin 51 Titans Kelvin Harmon 52 Steelers Johnathan Abram 53 Eagles David Montgomery 54 Texans Trayvon Mullen 55 Texans Charles Omenihu 56 Patriots Deionte Thompson 57 Eagles Zach Allen 58 Cowboys Darnell Savage 59 Colts Taylor Rapp 60 Chargers Greg Little 61 Chiefs Parris Campbell 62 Saints Julian Love 63 Packers Miles Sanders https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/miles-sanders Very little miles on his tires being behind Saquan the last few years. Heavily involved in the passing game, lined up in the slot, very willing blocker. Has great shiftiness and patience. Just an all around solid talent. 75. Max Scharping (3rd Round) https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/max-scharping Double dipping early on the OL, big 6'6 320 athletic tackle. Adding a lot of talent here to the OL, along with Cole Madison adding in, best outlook we've had with our OL in a long time. ** Packers trade up to pick 80 giving their 4th and 5th 80. Dawson Knox (3rd Round) https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/dawson-knox Athletic TE at Ole Miss, above average blocker and willing, wasn't very active in the passing game and wasn't asked to run many routes, but raw and lots of potential, which makes this an ideal situation for him behind Graham and Lewis. ** PAckers trade up to the early 4th (102) with their 4th from Washington (118) and their 5th (150) 102. Max Crosby (4th Round) https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/maxx-crosby Kind of a big edge, elephant end type, another elite athlete, with good production at a small school. Huge ceiling, still with the speed and bend to get around the edge. 194. Alec Ingold (6th Round) https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/alec-ingold The Green Bay native comes home, sure handed runner, was frequently the guy carrying the ball late in the 4th quarter when WI was up. Up to about 245, awesome in the pass blocking game, and decent in the passing game, able to stretch LB's up the field. Has the size, strength and mentality to be a lead blocker, should be a regular on special teams. 226. Alize Mack (7th Round) https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/alize-mack Big athletic TE from Notre Dame, lines up inline, in the backfield, slot split outwide, great versatile TE for LaFleur's offense. Much more of a receiver than a blocker, very fluid route runner, but also isn't a bad blocker. Has some off the field red, academically ineligible and also suspended the following year in ND's bowl game. 3rd/4th round talent, IMO, red pushes him down and I think worth the risk here in the 7th.
  9. Time to hold Mark Murphy accountable?

    Seems like a more appropriate question to ask around December/January, depending if we are playing for a top pick or have a first round bye.
  10. 2019 Draft Discussion

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... =556194625Make your own big board!!You will either need to go to 'File' and select 'Make a Copy'Or click on the tab on the bottom and select 'Copy to' or DuplicateAlso, I would highly recommend letting that youtube video play in the background while building your board.
  11. Final Mock

    I would love this
  12. 2019 Free Agent Discussion

    Damn, was just there this morning, missed him
  13. 2019 Draft Discussion

    BF004’s Big Value Awesome Board https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1X4M6JAoBmT-9SVNWnvpJDum3TkF7wRW3yVQDvib140Q/edit?usp=sharing All you need for draft weekend!!! Be sure to let me know how horrible my rankings are. I find it way more awesome perusing through the board if you let this play in the background.
  14. Random Packer News & Notes

    I believe we also worked out Alec Ingold, from Green Bay’s own Bayport HS.
  15. Who are the best 'professional' mockers out there?

    I came into this thread to post this site as well. Very under the radar, but also very independent of mainstream twitter/media.