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  1. #1 pick - who do the Cardinals draft?

    Gotta trade down if you can. Minor trade down, that is. I don't think Bosa is that much better than the other top 10 DL. Yeah he's great, but if you can get more draft picks and come away with a future 1st, a pair of 2nd rounders, and DE Clellin Ferrell or DT Ed Oliver, you're going to be better off than simply adding Nick Bosa in my opinion. I'm still of the belief that Oliver is better than Bosa. I know, roast away.
  2. 2019 NFL Draft - Offensive Line

    My big OL board: 1. Jonah Williams/LT 2. David Edwards/RT 3. Michael Dieter/OG 4. Chris Lindstrom/OG 5. Greg Little/LT 6. Mitch Hyatt/LT 7. Max Scharping/RT 8. Jawaan Taylor/RT 9. Dalton Risner/RT 10. Yodny Cajuste/LT 11. Martez Ivey/OG 12. Cody Ford/OG 13. Andre Dillard/LT 14. Connor McGovern/OG 15. Garrett Brumfield/OG
  3. 2019 NFL Draft Early Declaration Thread

    I like both guys. Muse is always going to be a later round pick, but I do think he's better in zone than people give him credit for. He's actually better playing FS than he is SS which seems strange for a slower dude. But he has good instincts in coverage when he's patrolling deep middle. He struggles to get his vision right and sprint underneath curls on the numbers as a roll down safety in cover 3. He isn't twitchy enough to make a mistake and rally to the right spot. When playing FS, he doesn't get as nosy and is able to take smart angles to ensure nothing gets in over his head. Simmons was excellent for Clemson this past season and I'm surprised he's returning given how weak the LB'er class is this year. He could have been a 2nd round pick this year. Next years OLB class looks a lot more stacked theoretically. This is off-topic, but Simmons and OSU's Malik Harrison are basically the same kind of player. I love Harrison and have him a tick ahead of Simmons heading into next year. We'll see which one comes off the board first.
  4. 2019 NFL Draft Early Declaration Thread

    What about Lorenzo Neal from Purdue? Seems like he's staying another year...
  5. 2019 Returners

    Dortch is by far the best.
  6. 2019 NFL Draft - Quarterbacks

    He's fundamentally sound, but it's honestly hard to determine if he's worth a 1st round pick. He just gets gobbled up so quickly and his WR's are always blanketed. He was a 1-man show on that Duke offense and they struggled when facing talented DL. I think he's underdeveloped as a passer because of how quickly he had to get the ball out. He did not have time to work through progressions or scan the field. I want to see those things out of him and while I have heard multiple reports saying he's a crazy smart dude that won't have problems with this, I wasn't able to see it on tape a whole lot because of the team around him. The thing I took away from watching his tape the most was how freaking tough the dude is. He was getting BLASTED by blitzers and hanging in the pocket tough and delivering good balls. He isn't finnickey despite having every reason to be. He's the hardest QB to evaluate in this draft IMO.
  7. 2019 Draft Prospects

    Yeah he was one of my later round sleepers. I don't have many in the DT class now. Sleepers: Terry Beckner/Missouri (2nd-3rd) Charles Omenihu/Texas (3rd-4th) Greg Gaines/Washington (3rd-4th) Daniel Wise/Kansas (4th-5th) Demarcus Christmas/FSU (4th-6th) Marquise Copeland/Cincinnati (5th-7th) Logan Hunt/Georgia Southern (6th-7th) *More of a tweener DE/DT Byron Cowart/Maryland (6th-7th) *More of a tweener DE/DT & while I like the potential of these guys, I don't feel 100% that any of them are going to be great in the NFL. They're mainly just really talented players that haven't put it together yet. Gaines is the only really refined player on this list, but he's very limited athletically and is simply a true anchor in the run game. Did Lorenzo Neal from Purdue declare? I really like him as a versatile NT. He's not ever going to be considered a pass rusher, but he's also no slouch in that department for a 315+ pounder.
  8. 2019 NFL Draft - Quarterbacks

    I really like Daniel Jones. His arm strength is beyond adequate. He's a great athlete. He's got excellent size. He's tough as nails. He is a project and is underdeveloped because of how god awful his OL was at Duke, but the dude has a lot of tools and has the mental makeup to become an excellent QB down the line. It's so rough watching him play against good teams because his OL gets decimated 1-2 seconds into every snap.
  9. 2019 NFL Draft - Quarterbacks

    Accuracy isn't really Winston's problem. It's his decision making.
  10. 2019 NFL Draft - Offensive Line

    I'm not a Cody Ford fan. For being as big as he is, he gets pushed backwards way too much for my liking. He is extremely talented and he's got an elite size to speed ratio, but he doesn't play up to his size. He is really good at blocking in the zone game as he easily gets to linebackers, but he gets controlled by DL a little too much for my liking. I don't think he's going to be a great player in the NFL. He's different than Matt Kalil as a player, but I think they'll both end up being similarly tiered OL. He's ok as a starter, but you'll always be looking for an upgrade. Oh, and I don't think he's an OT. I think he's a pulling guard in a power scheme or a zone guard in a ZBS. I want him to be nasty, but he just isn't.
  11. Morey-ball

    Yeah if you're too predictable, defenses are just going to send 1 more guy than you can block and play cover 0 in behind it. I coach defense in HS (I know, a far cry from the NFL) and every time I see an offense go empty, I send 6 guys, man up the 5 eligibles, and say F-you, you've got 1 second to throw the football while we press you at the line. You can do the same thing with a vertical-based passing attack with 1 RB by simply sending the OLB to the RB side. If the RB goes out for a pass, the end man just peels off and picks him up. It's very effective, as teams want to spread you out and find the soft spot in zones. I like to stomp on conventional wisdom and send the house.
  12. Morey-ball

    I'd like to see an offense where like 15-25% of their offense was trick plays. You'd waste a lot of downs and possibly turn it over quite a bit, but you would literally always see 2-high safeties and neutered aggression from the defense. It could be fun to watch, but I wouldn't ever be the first OC to do that lol
  13. 2019 Mock Drafts

    This would be awesome for you guys, but Hockenson is almost a lock to be gone by then. David Edwards might slide into the 1st and is most certainly not making it out of the 2nd IMO. He's my top rated OT. And Greg Dortch is insanely talented. I'd crap my pants if teams waited until the 6th round to take him. He's an ELITE slot WR prospect.
  14. 2019 Mock Drafts

    That would be disgusting for you guys. He's not even one of the top 3 OG's in this class IMO.
  15. 2019 NFL Draft - Running Backs

    I'm taking Melvin Gordon over Jacobs too, especially as prospects. I think he ends up being more like Michael "The Burner" Turner.
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