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  1. Great DLine vs Great Secondary

    I dont see us needing to draft anything on the Dline at DT.....we could use an upgrade at DE/DPR/Edge type of player. With our DT rotation of Shelton, Coley, Ogunjobi and Caleb Brantley, I think we have one of the best young DT rotations in the leauge...Ogbah is a dual player..top 5 vs the run and 10 sack a year guy. Miles is a stud, and Nassib I dont think is going to develop into much more than he is, but he is a solid rotation guy/spot starter. I say upgrade at pass rusher can be had on either of the 3 days of the draft....just depends who we get the value for...
  2. 2018 "SHOW ME" guys

    Seth Devale for me....I was thinking this guy was going to come in and essentially be just like the TE we had a few years ago who was a concussion case that left for Miami. I was really looking for him to step up last year and catch about 50 passes. I would also say our "Young Olineman" as a group, that Tretter, Zach Banner, Drango and #5th round pick Rod Johnson....are you guys solid backups who are developing into starters or are you just big guys taking up a roster spot? Darius Jackson....a kid who has been stashed on our team for the past 2 season and hasent played....Eastern Mich kid who is 6'0 220 with supposedly 4.3 speed https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/football/news/darius-jackson-remarkable-pro-day/ And lastly...I was a HUGE Bug Howard fan coming out last year......I'd like to see what he can do......just to be fair...I was SUPER high on Rashad Higgens also....
  3. Mock Draft/Off-season Thread

    This is my Post Combine Mock and Offseason....I am going of the reservation with this one. I will post a final Pre-draft mock the week of the draft that will combine the two into my best effort.... This is my Post Combine Mock and Offseason....I am going of the reservation with this one. I will post a final Pre-draft mock the week of the draft that will combine the two into my best effort.... Free agents: With a TON of cap space, its time we finally use some. 1. AJ McCarron QB 2. Trumain Johnson CB 3. Sammy Watkins Wr 4. T. Pryor Wr (Come back home Bruh) 5. Darrell Revis FS (Kick the tires to see if he has something left….if not cut before the season) NFL draft 1rst-1 Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA Height: 6-4. Weight: 226 Curve Ball here…..Most people have seen Darnold in my mocks since they started. I wanted to try something different. I think Darnold has the higher ceiling of the two, but Rosen has the higher floor of the two….worst case I see Rosen as Alex Smith, I think he’ll turn out to be a Matt Ryan. 1rsrt-4 Bradley Chubb, DE, N.C. State Height: 6-4. Weight: 275 One of the quickest ways to turn a team around is to Glut an important postions with an overload of talent, and make your entire team about that unit…..ala the NYG with Strahan, Osi and Tuck. Then when Strahan left, Kawanuka was drafted, when Osi left, Jason PP was drafted, and that took them to a couple of SB’s. With Barkley off the board, we go with this theory, and now have the top young Dline in football by FAR IMO 2nd-1 Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU Height: 6-4. Weight: 216 We continue the rebuild of the WR Corps with a stud here. My #1 Wr in the draft. 2ns-2 Justin Reid, FS, Stanford Height: 6-1. Weight: 204 After passing on minkah in round 1, we go here for our Center Fielder. 2nd-3 Rashaad Penny, RB, San Diego State Height: 5-10. Weight: 224 We get our Bell Cow here. 3rd-1 Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis Height: 5-11. Weight: 190 My #1, #2 Style Wr in this entire draft 4th-1 J.C. Jackson, CB, Maryland Height: 6-1. Weight: 193 We get a CB to start the rebuild of the secondary. 4th-2 Lorenzo Carter, OLB, Georgia Height: 6-6. Weight: 242 There is an Alternate here….a kid who I didn’t know much about and am researching post combine. Leon Jacobs ILB/OLB/FB Wisconsin….I am intrigued by this kid 5th-1 Danny Johnson, CB, Southern Height: 5-9. Weight: 182 Grab another young, good athletic CB to go with our other additions 5th-2ndJoel Iyiegbuniwe, ILB, Western Kentucky Height: 6-1. Weight: 230. Smart Instinctive young LB who was a former safety, who is just learning how to play the game. Very Smart, will be going to Med School if the NFL dosent work out. 6th-1 Jamil Demby, OG/OT, Maine Height: 6-5. Weight: 335. 7th-1 Kamryn Pettway, FB, Auburn Height: 6-0. Weight: 238. UDFA (Potential Top free agents) Ebenezer Ogundeko, DE/DPR, Tenn St. (ex-Clemson) Height: 6-2. Weight: 255 Richie James, WR, Middle Tennessee Height: 5-9. Weight: 180 Trey Quinn, WR, SMU Height: 6-0. Weight: 202 Ranthony Texada, CB, TCU Height: 5-10. Weight: 170 Larry Allen III, OG/OC, Harvard Height: 6-4. Weight: 290 Rashard Fant, CB, Indiana Height: 5-10. Weight: 180 Antonio Callaway*, WR, Florida Height: 5-11. Weight: 197
  4. Running Backs, Positional Value, And The 2018 Prospects

    LMAO...I think I misspelled "Assess" LMAO!!!!
  5. I've seen both play....and I am not sure they are athletic enough to play that deep middle....IMO....not saying they can't. Just saying I think there are some limitations there as far as foot speed.
  6. That's not a bad idea at all....and I feel you 100% here....like we have a JP who I think you described perfectly....now we need a guy who is more geared towards that single high FS, who is physical enough to come down in the box....like a Bob Sanders (one of my most recent favorite FS prospects), Buddah Baker and Desmond King were my guy's last year who I thought would be able to do it. We also have a similar player to JP in Kindred (he ran 4.50 at his pro day, with a broken collar bone...for all those that think he's limited athletically)...I like our 3 safety look with JP playing the SlS (Slot Safety) and Kindred manning the SS, and the single high FS guy....with all three being able to drop, rush or cover....
  7. You and me BOTH BROTHER!!!! IF he's healthy, I would consider giving up a ******** for that dude. I also feel you on that Center Field FS....now I've been watching Minkah since he was a Freshman at Alabama, and I am COMPLETELY sold that his is that deep FS playing dude, kinda like Antrell Rolle/Michael Jenkins/Earl Thomas/Jalen Rasmey...all College utility CB/S type players, who all found a home after moving to FS. But for some reason folks here are thinking he's a slot CB only Hey let me run this by you....because I am 100% if we take Barkley at 4....as far as filling the role of FS on this team....how do you feel about 0. Sign the Honey Badger if free 1. Moving Jason McCourty to FS? His twin brother has been great doing the same thing with the partriots. 2. Calling Darell Revis and see if there is any desire to position change to FS and come to Cleveland 3. Trading for Aquib Talib IF he agree's to move to FS Going outside the box here......(get it...need a Centerfield FS, so were going "Outside the Box".......I know Terrible attempt at humor)
  8. Got a cool story...back in the day when he played for the Ravens, I ran into him a couple times in clubs one summer about 2/3 months apart..met him in DC Live/Love, one time...and spoke to him for a few minutes....he was gracious and cool...and then I came to my senses..he's a club checking for women, he's really not into this football conversation with me...so I did a graceful exit. I met him later in a spot called republic garden, and spoke to him again....he said "Yeah, your that Browns fans guy" LOL, and put my Hennessy on his tab, before he rolled out.... Good Dude....
  9. Running Backs, Positional Value, And The 2018 Prospects

    I guess it comes down to how we all ***** players......IMO this year, there are other FS that we can draft in later rounds.....I am going on record as saying, I dont think there is another FS that we could get that could make the same impact in this draft. With S.Barkley, he comes in and rushes for 1500 and 13TD's....that changes our offense immensely......at the same time, I think we can get Penny late 2nd/early 3rd (maybe now now he's run 4.46) and I think he would come in and rush for 1275 and 8TD's...which has almost the same impact on our offense IMO.....now you add Minkah to that 1275 and 8TD's, we get from penny and I think it affects to team in a more 6-10 record, instead of 3-13....
  10. Somewhere in between......but also Mathew would be released Due to Injuries and Salary cap constraints.....The 5 most right place right times DB's, with the Killer instincts, I ever saw in college were Ed Reed, Sean Taylor, The Honey Badger, Bob Sanders and Kevin Byard, high end to low end....and I put Minkah somewhere between Taylor and the Badger.....But is a LEGITIMATE question..... Also I wanted to ask, IF the Honey Badger was healthy (sans the two torn ACL's), would you want him on this team? Where do you think he would rank as far as safeties? Also Minkah is also 4 inches taller and about 17 pounds heaver than the Badger when he came out)
  11. Because he has instincts in the same mold as Ed Reed/Tyran Mathew level.....those are the two most instinctive DB's I've seen in college...
  12. Running Backs, Positional Value, And The 2018 Prospects

    I think its simple.....we take the QB at #1....any other talk I am automatically considering it nonsense. At 4, I think its 1. Barkley/2. Fitzpatrick/3. Nelson/4. Trade Down.....that's the only way I see it turning out. (Now I also believe that Nelson is Bruce Mathews...)
  13. I also dont know if its been mentioned....another huge development of the Underwear olympics, everyone has gone crazy over Saquan's time.....a back I been very high on since Oct/Nov...Rashard Penny Ran 4.4....
  14. I was expecting him too.....I had him mocked to us as the second passrusher in my Nov mock last year. He and the kid the from Arkansas State, the kid from Ole Miss, and the Kid from Tenn St. as the "2nd passrusher".
  15. Pre Combine Mock

    In my college day's, I'd of put old girl in the shower, bath her thoroughly, giver her 15 to brush her teeth and slick that hair back..... and after that.......still tapping LMAO!!!! (As long as were at her house, or at the Motel 6) #Tenacity #Determination