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  1. Trade our first for quinnen Williams asap
  2. I appreciate the feedback. I love doing and reading mocks. I am not a salary cap wizard but I do imagine that if the cap is cut there is going to be something teams do to retain players.
  3. 2021 Prediction: The Packers are able to dominate throughout the playoffs with their run game. NFC Championship Seattle VS Packers - W 35-31 Super Bowl: Packers VS Chiefs- W 42- 35 Resigned: LT David Bakhtari C Corey Linsley CB Kevin King RB Jamaal Williams RB Tyler Ervin Not Resigned: Aaron Jones Will Redmond Lane Taylor Montravious Adams Mercedes Lewis Free Agents: Solomon Thomas: NFL Draft: According to draftsite.com Pack will have: 1,2,3,4,4,4,5,6,7 RD1: Jalen Mayfield*, OT, Michigan Height: 6-5. Weight: 319. Projected 40 Time: 5.1. Projected Round (2021): 1-3. 9/19/20: Perhaps the only offensive linemen who was truly impressive versus Chase Young in 2019 was Michigan's Jalen Mayfield. In plenty of one-on-one matchups, Mayfield got the better of Young, and there were other plays where Young had Mayfield on the ropes but the young Wolverine was able to recover in time to keep Young from making his typical game-changing plays. It was a breakout performance for the Wolverines right tackle to conclude the regular season.What really jumps out about Mayfield is his quickness and athleticism on the edge to neutralize speed rushers. Mayfield is very quick out of his stance as he fires back or forward with explosion off the ball. With speed and agility, Mayfield instantly gets good depth in his drop and is able to play the typewriter with his feet to mirror speed rushers. RD2 Tedarrell Slaton, DT, Florida Height: 6-5. Weight: 343. Projected 40 Time: 5.6. Projected Round (2021): 2-3. View Ranking History 9/26/20: Slaton recorded 29 tackles with two sacks and a pass defended in 2019. He played well to close out the regular season, but he was wise to go back for his senior year. Slaton did not produce a big stat line for the Gators in 2018, but the big nose tackle caused a lot of disruption and plugged a lot of gaps at the point of attack. He totaled 21 tackles with two for a loss on the year. Team sources have remarked how Slaton jumped out at them and was impossible to ignore while grading the Gators' 2019 NFL Draft prospects. For the NFL, Slaton projects as a heavy nose tackle. RD3: Royce Newman, G, Ole Miss Height: 6-5. Weight: 305. Projected 40 Time: 5.25. Projected Round (2021): 3-5. View Ranking History9/19/20: Newman had an impressive junior year as Ole Miss' left guard. He did a very good job in pass protection, being credited with only one sack allowed on 416 pass blocks. It was his first season as a starter, so Newman could be even better now that he has some experience. He could stand to get stronger and fill out his frame for the NFL Round 4 Warren Stewart, WR, Colorado State Height: 6-6. Weight: 206. Projected 40 Time: 4.59. Projected Round (2021): 3-5. 9/12/20: Stewart is a mammoth receiver who presents a giant size-mismatch problem for defensive backs. After not doing much during his first two seasons, Stewart broke out in 2019 with 77 catches for 1,119 yards and eight touchdowns. If Stewart shows the speed to separate, he could skyrocket. RD4: Monty Rice, ILB, Georgia Height: 6-1. Weight: 235. Projected 40 Time: 4.7. Projected Round (2021): 3-5. View Ranking History 9/26/20: Rice took a big step as a junior, showing improved run defense and some ability to contribute in pass coverage. If he can build off that performance and continue to make more plays in both phases, he could rise into receiving three-down starting potential for the NFL. RD4 Keaontay Ingram*, RB, Texas Height: 6-0. Weight: 220. Projected 40 Time: 4.58. Projected Round (2021): 3-5. 9/12/20: Ingram is a built power back who is also a dangerous receiver out of the backfield. He was a nice outlet receiver for Sam Ehlinger over the past two seasons and showed an impressive ability to adjust to passes for a thickly built back. If Ingram shows the speed to hit the hole and dominates as a runner, he could become a rising prospect. RD5: Tarik Black, WR, Texas Height: 6-3. Weight: 206. Projected 40 Time: 4.49. Projected Round (2021): 5-7. View Ranking History 9/12/20: Black decided to transfer to Texas from Michigan after last season. In 2019 for Michigan, he had 25 receptions for 323 yards and a touchdown. Black was held back the inconsistent passing of the Wolverines. Black was a top recruit who flashed some real ability early on at Michigan, but he sustained a broken foot as a freshman and missed the last 10 games of 2017. That year, he recorded had 11 receptions for 149 yard and a touchdown. Black then suffered another broken foot in August of 2018. Black could produce well in 2020 if he's able to avoid injury. Round 6: Bryce Thompson*, CB, Tennessee Height: 5-11. Weight: 181. Projected 40 Time: 4.5. Projected Round (2021): 5-7. View Ranking History 9/19/20: Thompson was a good corner for the Volunteers over his freshman and sophomore year. He could rise as an upperclassmen, but he needs to gain weight and get stronger. If he is shorter than his listed height, Thompson will probably be a slot corner for the NFL. RD7: Vave Malepeai, RB, USC Height: 6-0. Weight: 220. Projected 40 Time: 4.58. Projected Round (2021): 6-FA. View Ranking History 9/12/20: Malepeai has been a rotational back, but he has also flashed some ability the past couple of seasons. He is a big back who packs a punch at the point of attack. Malepeai needs a big season as the feature back to rise.
  4. He might refuse to run a mile and a half haha. We just need him to stand still and not move if pushed.
  5. I’d also welcome Dede Westbrook
  6. Why? We would also probably have to get through Seattle too who has a decent run game.
  7. I don’t expect for us to make that trade but if we decide this is the year to go all out then I could see it. Baltimore is looming like the 1A team and right now they would run through us like the niners playoff game.
  8. If we are going to win the Super Bowl we are going to have to be able to stop the run. JJ Watt Leonard Williams
  9. I do not know that for sure obviously that is just my take. We had areas we needed to improve on offense such as receiver and tackle. We took a huge step back in right tackle and maybe added a better back up running back. I remain optimistic about defense that we will see a large jump in Production from Gary as well as Savage but we will see. Our defense saved our offense a ton last year and I think we are going to have to rely on that again. *typing on my phone I did not know grammar police was out.
  10. Lol I love all of your positive attitudes, my opinion is we are a worse team but I hope for the best. I guess we will see next season.
  11. I completely agree with your first take of the impact of a rookie class it is not going to make a bad team good. It can however add elements to make a good team better. This draft in my opinion does not add any element that makes this team improve slightly over last years team. As a whole we have gotten worse (In my opinion) when there have been resources to get better.
  12. I'm really not even mad that is just an honest opinion. If I was Rogers, I would go to a team that would do everything in their power to win a Superbowl similar to what the Colts are doing with Rivers. I like the attributes of Love but just do not understand how taking him now is smart. We lose all benefits of the rookie contract. Say he does end up being a superstar, we are stuck in the same situation of having to pay him a boat load of money where we could have had him playing on a rookie contract.
  13. I have taken some time to calm down and think and this is what it has come to. I am not excited at all for this year and really REALLY do not understand the draft. Last season we had almost perfect health and a lot of very close wins. I could see this year going bad and losing Rogers at the end of the year and possibly Gute and good ol Lafleur being fired. Here is to hoping I am wrong but I am not liking our chances this year.
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