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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. I live in Bakersfield where Love played at Liberty High. I was gone with the military so never saw him play but I can for sure tell you that people I know I. The school district speak highly of him as a person as well as his family. I am definitely rooting for the local kid!
  7. I am surprised so many people are down on Gabriel Davis? Is it Davis your down on or the trade to get Davis?
  8. Thanks! The 4th rounder is a DB
  9. I would argue though that there is better depth at receiver than defensive line.
  10. Bored and decided to do one last mock until the draft! Hope everyone is enjoying Tiger King in the time being lmao. Draft: RD 1 #30: Justin Madubuike*, DT, Texas A&M Height: 6-3. Weight: 293. Arm: 33.5. Hand: 9. 40 Time: 4.83. Projected Round (2020): 1-2.3/21/20: Madubuike decided to skip his senior year and enter the 2020 NFL Draft after an impressive junior season in which he recorded 5.5 sacks, 45 tackles, and 11.5 tackles for a loss. Madubuike is twitchy interior lineman who is very disruptive at the point of attack. He dominated against Ole Miss and was impressive against Georgia with its future NFL offensive linemen. In those contests, Madubuike showed he is capable of taking a game over. RD 2: #62 Matt Peart, OT, Connecticut Height: 6-6. Weight: 310. Arm: 35.13. Hand: 9.75. 40 Time: 5.06. Projected Round (2020): 2-3.4/11/20: Peart continued his starting streak at right tackle for Connecticut. He then had a good week at the Senior Bowl, displaying that he has a skill set to become a starter in the NFL. Peart might start out as a backup, but he has the upside to be a good edge blocker. He has good athleticism, quickness, feet and size. At the combine, Peart ran a fast 40-yard dash. Some team sources feel that Peart could be a steal in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Trade: We trade our 3rd # 94, 5th 176, and 6th 192, 7th 242 to move up to the top half of the 3rd round 3rd: Gabriel Davis*, WR, Central Florida Height: 6-2. Weight: 216. Arm: 32.25. Hand: 9.25. 40 Time: 4.54. Projected Round (2020): 2-4.4/4/20: Davis is a prospect who generated some buzz in the scouting community and impressed for Central Florida. He has a good build and mismatch size. In 2019, Davis totaled 72 receptions for 1,241 yards with 12 touchdowns. He also produced well as a sophomore (53-815-7). Davis displayed big ability in 2019, putting his draft stock on the map. He helped himself with a solid combine performance. 4th # 136 Reggie Robinson, CB, Tulsa Height: 6-1. Weight: 202. Arm: 32.38. Hand: 8.25. 40 Time: 4.44. Projected Round (2020): 3-4.3/14/20: Robinson could get drafted higher than expected because he is a tall cornerback with speed and athleticism. He totaled four interceptions, 13 passes broken up and 38 tackles during his senior year. Over previous three seasons, he totaled 21 passes broken up. Robinson has a good skill set and could develop into a starting outside cornerback. He's a sleeper pick who could be a steal. 6th #208 Elijah Mitchell, RB, La.-Lafayette Height: 5-11. Weight: 221. Projected 40 Time: 4.57. Projected Round (2020): 5-7.4/4/20: In 2019, Mitchell averaged 5.8 yards per carry for 1,092 yards and 15 touchdowns. He notched 10 receptions for 70 yards.8/17/19: In a talented backfield with teammates Trey Ragas and Raymond Calais, Mitchell is a thick power back who made it onto NFL teams' preseason watch lists. In 2018, Mitchell averaged 6.7 yards per carry for 977 yards with 13 touchdowns. He had 20 receptions for 349 yards and three scores. Rd 6 #209 Darryl Williams, C, Mississippi State Height: 6-2. Weight: 304. Arm: 32.13. Hand: 9.75. 40 Time: 5.23. Projected Round (2020): 4-6.4/11/20: Williams was moved to center for the Bulldogs in 2019, and that is the position that would fit him best in the NFL given his lack of length. Over his college career, he was a tough competitor for Mississippi State. He is a well-rounded blocker who is effective in the ground game and dependable in pass coverage. At the East-West Shrine, a good week of practice illustrated that Williams could become a starter in the NFL. Rd 7: 224 Darrion Daniels, NT, Nebraska Height: 6-3. Weight: 311. Arm: 33.75. Hand: 9.13. 40 Time: 5.18. Projected Round (2020): 5-7.3/21/20: Daniels recorded 34 tackles with 1.5 sacks and an interception in 2019. He worked out pretty well at the combine to help himself.
  11. Jefferson WR LSU would be my dream pick
  12. Made these bets this morning, what do you gentlemen think. 04/11 10:40 AM Future/Prop Pending 23.69 47.38 Football Futures NFL NFL Draft 2020 Mekhi Becton +200 for First Offensive Lineman to be Drafted 04/11 10:39 AM Future/Prop Pending 20.00 30.00 Football Futures NFL NFL Draft 2020 Yes +150 for Will Jalen Raegor be a 1st Round Pick? 04/11 10:39 AM Future/Prop Pending 30.00 45.00 Football Futures NFL NFL Draft 2020 Yes +150 for Will Grant Delpit be a 1st Round Pick? 04/11 10:37 AM Future/Prop Pending 25.00 18.52 Football Futures NFL NFL Draft 2020 Over 25½ -135 for Which pick will Josh Jones be drafted? 04/11 10:36 AM Future/Prop Pending 25.00 27.50 Football Futures NFL NFL Draft 2020 Over 13½ +110 for Which pick will Henry Ruggs III be drafted? 04/11 10:35 AM Future/Prop Pending 25.00 10.00 Football Futures NFL NFL Draft 2020 Under 3½ -250 for NFL Draft - Number of Quarterbacks Selected in Top 04/11 10:35 AM Future/Prop Pending 25.00 12.50 Football Futures NFL NFL Draft 2020 DAndre Swift -200 for First Running Back Drafted
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