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  1. **TCMD** - Keeper Discussion Thread

    I have to drop out for the 11th, extended family coming over and then trip starting the 20th. I was the Raiders.
  2. **TCMD** - Keeper Discussion Thread

    Looks like it's after the fourth right? Regardless I'll check in tomorrow morning just in case. I'm fine either way just couldn't have done today (Sunday) as I was cooking/hosting a family bbq.
  3. **TCMD** - Keeper Discussion Thread

    Monday would be better for me
  4. **TCMD** - Keeper Discussion Thread

    Sounds good, I just got back from France and didn't check the forums on my trip so I'm not up to speed on rules, but I'm pretty sure I grasp the concept from this thread's OP. I'll sign up for the Raiders, the new team name will be the Silver State Raiders.
  5. Random Raider Stuff

    If the Raiders took the guy taken directly after the one they took. 2004: 1: Larry Fitzgerald, WR 2. Justin Smiley, G 3. Ben Hartstock, TE 4. Alex Stepanovich, C 5. Antonio Smith, DE 6. Nick Leckey, C 7. Greg Brooks, CB 7. Brian Rimpf, G 2005: 1. Aaron Rodgers, QB 2. Mark Bradley, WR 3. Channing Crowder, LB 3. Evan Mathis, G 6. Nick Speegle, LB 6. Derek Anderson, QB 6. Daven Holly, CB 2006: 1. Donte Whitner, S 2. Winston Justice, T 3. Ashton Youboty, CB 4. Calvin Lowry, S 6. Jonathan Lewis, DT 7. Cortland Finnegan, CB 2007: 1. Calvin Johnson, WR 2. Justin Blalock, G 3. Usama Young, CB 3. Trent Edwards, QB 3. Michael Bush, RB 4. Adam Podlesh, P 4. Dwayne Wright, RB 5. Dustin Fry, C 5. Derek Landri, DT 6. Rufus Alexander, LB 7. Ramzee Robinson, CB 2008: 1. Glenn Dorsey, DT 4. Justin King, CB 4. Lavalle Hawkins, WR 6. Barry Richardson, T 7. Peyton Hillis, FB/RB 2009: 1. Eugene Monroe, T 2. Darcel McBath, S 3. Terrance Knighton, DT 4. Lawrence Sidbury, DE 4. Austin Collie, WR 6. DeAndre Wright, CB 6. Jason McCourty, CB 2010: 1. CJ Spiller, RB 2. Zane Beadles, G 3. Ed Dickson, TE 4. Marcus Easley, WR 4. Corey Wooten, DE 5. John Conner, FB 6. Dezmon Briscoe, WR 7. Kyle Calloway, T 7. Austin Spitler, LB 2011: 2. Ben Ijalana, T 3. Vincent Brown, WR 3. Chris Conte, S 4. Cecil Shorts, WR 4. Bilal Powell, RB 5. Dion Lewis, RB 6. Ronald Johnson, WR 7. Malcolm Smith, LB 2012 (going to undo the Carson Palmer trade as we have Rodgers with Anderson as reserve): 1. Melvin Ingram, DE 4. Chris Givens, WR 4. Christian Thompson, S 5. Chris Rainey, RB 5. Asa Jackson, CB 6. Markelle Martin, S 7. Tony Clemons, WR 2013: 1. Sheldon Richardson, DT 2. Manti Teo, LB (also the pick after Carson Palmer undid trade) 2. Jonathan Banks, CB 3. Bennie Logan, DT 4. Barrett Jones, G 6. Vinston Painter, T 6. Kenjon Barner, RB 6. DeVonte Holloman, LB 6. Vince Williams, LB 7. Demetrius McCray, CB 7. Zac Dysert, QB 2014: 1. Jake Matthews, T 2. Rashede Hageman, DE 3. Will Sutton, DT 4. Cassius Marsh, DE 4. Kadeem Carey, RB 7. Shamar Stephen, DT 2015: 1. Brandon Schreff, G 2. TJ Yeldon, RB 3. Tyler Lockett, WR 4. Jake Ryan, LB 5. Martell Spaight, LB 5. Kenny Bell, WR 6. Michael Bennett, DT (not the Michael brother of Martellus) 7. Hayes Pullard, LB 7. Austin Reiter, C 7. Laurence Gibson, T 2016: 1. Corey Coleman, WR 2. Derrick Henry, RB 3. Shon Coleman, T 4. Charles Tapper, DE 5. Connor McGovern, G 6. Wes Schweitzer, G 7. Lachlan Edwards, P 2017: 1. Jabrill Peppers, S 2. Zach Cunningham, LB 3. Donta Foreman, RB 4. Julian Davenport, T 5. Treston Decoud, CB 7. Jalen Myrick, CB 7. Elijah Lee, LB 2018: 1. Tremaine Edmunds, LB 2. Isaiah Oliver, CB 3. Lorenzo Carter, LB 3. Oren Burks, LB 4. Brian Allen, C 5. Shaquem Griffin, LB 5. Marquez Valdez-Scantling, WR 6. Keishawn Bierria, LB 7. Jason Sanders, K 2019: 1. Devin White, LB 1. (we didnt have Cooper to trade) 1. (we didnt have Mack to trade) 2. Dalton Risner, T 4. Anthony Nelson, DE 4. Drue Tranquill, LB 4. Shareef Miller, DE 5. Kingsley Keke, DT 7. Alize Mack, TE Just home-grown talent our roster and this years FA/Antonio Brown trade have for 2019: QB: Aaron Rodgers, Derek Anderson RB: Derrick Henry, Dion Lewis, Bilal Powell, Donta Foreman WR: Antonio Brown, Marquez Valdez-Scantling WR: Tyrell Williams, Corey Coleman Slot: Larry Fitzgerald, Tyler Lockett TE: Alize Mack, Ed Dickson LT: Jake Matthews, Shon Coleman LG: Brandon Schreff, Wes Schweitzer C: Connor McGovern, Brian Allen RG: Dalton Risner RT: Trent Brown, Julian Davenport DE: Anthony Nelson, Charles Tapper, Shareef Miller DT: Sheldon Richardson, Will Sutton, Michael Bennett NT: Bennie Logan, Johnathan Hankins, Kingsley Keke DE: Melvin Ingram, Cassius Marsh LB: Devin White, Lorenzo Carter LB: Tremaine Edmunds, Manti Teo, Drue Tranquill LB: Zach Cunningham, Shaqueem Griffin, Elijah Lee CB: Isaiah Oliver, Jason McCourty, Treston Decoud CB: Jonathan Banks, Nevin Lawson, Jalen Myrick FS: Lamarcus Joyner, Erik Harris SS: Jabrill Peppers, Chris Conte
  6. Mini TCMD Draft Thread

    The quote of me the context might be off if you think I was low on him. I got him in the 6th the mock before which I thought was a steal so I was targeting a little higher than before, but posted saying nice pick I was hoping to snipe him in the fifth. I took DeAndre Baker in this one in the first so taking Bunting earlier than the 4th is kinda outta the question with Casey Heyward and Baker as the starters. Wasn't at all hating on the Bunting pick, I took him the mock before this one lol.
  7. Me vs Mayock

    Going to preface this by saying I think we did a good job, just was a different line of prospects in general than I looked into and liked. I think I would have ended up with the following: [edit: Apparently the formatting from your OP isn't posting for me] 1 (4) Josh Allen, DE Kansas 1 (24) Josh Jacobs, RB Alabama 1 (27) Dalton Risner, OL Kansas State 2 (8) Nasir Adderley, S Delaware 4 (4) Anthony Nelson, DL Iowa 4 (27) Mack Wilson, LB Alabama 4 (35) Charles Omenihu, DL Texas 5 (11) Daylon Mack, NT Texas A&M 7 (16) TreVon Coney, LB Notre Dame With Gerald Willis, DT Miami; Khalil Hodge, LB Buffalo; Alec Ingold, FB Wisconsin; Emanuel Hall, WR Missouri as my priority UDFA on speed dial
  8. 2019 Draft Recap

    Anyone else see that Dwayne Haskins had a nude photo of his girlfriend as the background image of his phone that he was showing off to his family and the camera as he received the call from the Redskins? Like I get that it has no bearing on his football career, but that just seems like the kind of lack of awareness that makes me very happy we didn't draft. On the topic of the players we ended up taking, I like all the prospects this year which I think is a first. Like I may not have selected many of them where they were taken, but I don't disagree with any of the selections and I don't think any would have made it to the next Raiders pick which is a good sign. Clelin Ferrell I think would have entered draft boards around pick 8 with the Lions, and would have been a significant threat to go to GB, MIA, CAR or NYG at 17. To leap into that group likely would have cost 24 and 35 to get him and I prefer the four we ended up with over Ed Oliver, Clelin Ferrel and Johnathan Abram. Still would have been nice to extort a 3rd out of TB, NYG, JAX, or the Bills first, but maybe there wasn't that option. Josh Jacobs is our clear starter and I for one am happy he has low college usage, Alvin Kamara had the same knock spliting carries with that large RB who I forgot the name and wasn't the "college starter". I like that our front office saw the actual rare abilities of Josh Jacobs to transition from a variety of moves, and took him before Baltimore had a shot at him at 25. With Baltimore's affinity for Alabama and very very heavy run offense I think it would have been foolish to target Jacobs at 27, especially after the Ravens already got trade down value. Johnathan Abram is someone I think will transform our defense, especially with our second round pick Trayvon Mullen. These two have enough coverage ability to disguise exotic blitz packages that I think will supplement our DL for sacks. If you peak at last years stats, Mike Zimmer's defense (Paul Gunther same coaching tree) had Mackensie Alexander ending up with 4 sacks while Harrison Smith had 3 sacks. Maxx Crosby and Isiah Johnson I feel like won't be asked to contribute immediately, but have the tools to develop into front line starters, which is one of two things you should expect from a fourth round pick: either safe depth, or developmental starter potential. A 6'2 33" arm CB with 4.40 speed with WR background is that developmental "I want a Sherman" type pick, and the leap from Houston to the pros should expose him to the coaching he needs to become that starter potential. Maxx Crosby I feel like is also developmental, but additionally could fill out his frame more. He isn't small, but I feel like he could grow to 270 or so with additional weight room work and his effort and willingness to string moves together are promising. Foster Moreau and Hunter Renfrow I think we landed two starters in the mid rounds. Foster Moreau, I feel like, is starter ready now as likely the second best blocking TE on our squad, and after Luke Wilson, likely our best pass receiver in the group -- although LSU does not often feature TEs in that manner. Moreau's ability to pull and stun in run blocking like a mobile full back will be a nice compliment to Josh Jacobs. Additionally I like his timing and effectiveness in chip and roll out players where he moves a speed rusher more centerally onto the tackle before rolling out as an underneath route. When he runs a route without blocking assignments, he seems to have a good feel for zone concepts and adjusts to a gap as the play breaks down while maintaining eye contact with the QB. Finally Quinton Bell looks like a beast athletically, where was he 240 by the time the college season started and he transitioned to DE. The reported weight by NFL network of 220 was from his receiving days. That means his athletic testing numbers, which were an off the charts with a 4.38 40, 41.5" vertical, 7.09 cone, and 4.31 shuttle finished with a 23 bench reps of 225 and 11'4" broad jump. For comparison, Montez Sweat was 4.41 40, 36" vertical, 7.0 cone, 4.29 shuttle finished with 21 bench reps of 225 and 10'5" broad jump. Not comparing him to Sweat as a player because obviously haven't watched Prairie View, but Sweat's combine numbers were freakish and Bell is only 20 or so pounds lighter, not 40 or so that was reported when he was drafted. Looking at the guy, it's obvious this isn't bad weight he added. For UDFA's I'm a fan of Alec Ingold and I think he is exactly the type of do it all FB Jon Gruden will love. Another one I think will have a real shot at the 53 man roster is TreVon Coney, who along with a number of other LBers in this draft class could have been selected from the 4th round on down with little to no complaints.
  9. Raider UDFA's

    Some I'd like: Gerald Willis, DT Miami Wyatt Ray, DE Boston College Khalil Hodge, LB Buffalo Tre Lamar, LB Clemson TreVon Coney, LB Notre Dame Joe Giles-Harris, LB Duke Elijah Holyfield, RB Georgia LJ Scott, RB Michigan State Alec Ingold, FB Wisconsin Beau Benzschawel, G Wisconsin Emanuel Hall, WR Missouri Anthony Johnson, WR Buffalo Dax Raymond, TE Utah State Brett Rypien, QB Boise State
  10. Very happy with my draft, and at the conclusion of the draft we sign the following UDFA's (will edit out anyone drafted in the remaining picks) Gerald Willis, DT Miami Dax Raymond, TE Utah State Khalil Hodge, LB Buffalo Tre Lamar, LB Clemson Chase Hansen, LB Utah Terill Hanks, LB New Mexico State Elijah Holyfield, RB Georgia Alec Ingold, FB Wisonsin Emanuel Hall, WR Missouri Anthony Johnson, WR Buffalo Justin Yoon, K Notre Dame Jake Fox, P Rice
  11. 2019 Draft Weekend Discussion!

    Khalil Hodge, from Antioch and played at Buffalo, could be a 7th or priority UDFA for us at LB. Hard worker and super productive, but it doesn't seem like we've been super into the smaller schools in this draft so maybe his local ties could have him as a guy after the process for addressing LB group.
  12. 2019 Draft Weekend Discussion!

    I think we all know who is happy with this pick lol
  13. 2019 Draft Weekend Discussion!

    Nice pick Raiders I'm happy with the way they are doing this, I was on a different track of prospects to delve into but these guys they are taking were interesting and make a lot of sense.
  14. 2019 Draft Weekend Discussion!

    Some options potentially for our 4ths: Charles Omenihu, DE Texas Anthony Nelson, DE Iowa Mack Wilson, LB Alabama Kahale Warring, TE San Diego State
  15. 2019 Draft Weekend Discussion!

    I guess Mike Mayock really liked that Championship game lol