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  1. 2018 NFL Draft Prospects

    You have to reverse cheat. Make rules for yourself that prohibit drafting players that are ranked to high for that selection. For fanspeak, I don't draft anyone ranked higher on my BB than the current pick. So by my 2nd pick (pick 50?) There are 49 players drafted, then I rule out anyone left ranked higher than 50 on whichever BB I use(each with drastically different rankings). So 60ish or more players are gone/ruled out for my pick 50. Definitely adds some difficulty. Though it means ruling out players that mathematically have to be available. Still find it more accurate. But the voters mock is still more accurate
  2. 2018 Coaching Carousel/News

    Ian just reports all the possible options. He's sure to be right once
  3. Randy Gregory

    I hate Lee. Because he's literally one of the best LBs in the game. When he plays
  4. Playoffs

    Man, it would have been a good year to be good. The NFC is garbage. Last years squad would have rolled through these playoffs.
  5. Predict the Pick: 9, 49ers

    Some more names to consider when the poll options get thin: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/news/2018-nfl-draft-prospect-rankings-kolton-miller-has-a-well-rounded-franchise-left-tackle-skill-set/amp/ Maurice Hurst, DT, Michigan Hurst is the type of defensive tackle who earns the mega extensions in today's NFL. Low center of gravity, and explosive off the snap with keen awareness. I remember when Aaron Donald went into the pre-draft process as a consensus second- or third-rounder. He ultimately went No. 13 overall, and he's been the most dominant interior defensive linemen in football ever since Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, OLB, Oklahoma In the Big 12 title game, Okoronkwo was stymied on more pass-rush attempts by TCU left tackle Joseph Noteboom -- who'll be a draft riser -- than I expected. However, the electric edge-bender made his presence felt as per usual with a handful of hurries on Kenny Hill Derrius Guice, RB, LSU Guice isn't Barkley, but it's close. He runs with insane suddenness and end-of-run power. His vision is outstanding too. I'm pumped for LSU's bowl game against Notre Dame on January 1. Will be a good test for Guice and the Tigers offensive line Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State Rudolph will see the fast Virginia Tech defense in the Camping World Bowl on December 28. If his shoulder injury was lingering down the stretch in the regular season, it should be close to 100 percent with all the time off. With a big bowl game and Senior Bowl, Rudolph can cement his stock Kolton Miller, OT, UCLA Miller is a large, physically gifted offensive tackle who's been one of the bright spots on UCLA's line for the past few season. He's matured into a quality pass-protector who wins with length and footwork, which NFL teams will love James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State All Washington has done at Oklahoma State is produce at a high level. Sure, the scheme has helped. But the most brilliant offensive mind couldn't simply scheme an average of 64 receptions, 1,296 yards, and nearly 11 touchdowns over a three-year span. Washington is the wideout who'll immediately inject a big-play element to the attack of whichever team drafts him Bryce Love, RB, Stanford Love definitely proved his grit to those who didn't think he was one tough SOB before the Pac-12 title game. His patience, stop-and-start ability and long speed will make him a blast as a feature back in the NFL. Hopefully his ankle is fully healed by the combine Chukwuma Okorafor, OT, Western Michigan Okorafor is an offensive line coach's dream. He's enormous, with long arms, quick feet, and he consistently played with a balanced foundation. Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis Miller has been a mainstay in the "honorable mention" section all season. And although he's a small wideout, he plays big with his outstanding ball skills. Receivers who flourish after the catch and can win in contested-catch situations are typically successful in the NFL, regardless of size. Miller sinks a bit amid speculation that he's dealing with an injury. He plays with a shoulder brace T.J. Edwards, LB, Wisconsin Edwards isn't flashy, he just makes an impact at all levels of the field every game. On the season, he has 75 tackles, 11 tackles for loss, two sacks, four interceptions, and seven pass breakups. Many 3-4 teams will be enamored with the idea of him in the middle of their defense Ronald Jones II, RB, USC Right now, Jones seems to be the premier "value" pick at the running back position, particularly for a team wanting to invest an "early" pick on the backfield spot. He has serious between-the-tackles toughness, and his home-run hitting power is close to Bryce Love Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado Oliver has No. 1 cornerback physical traits, especially his ability to run and change direction. After breaking up 13 passes in his first two seasons with the Buffaloes, he knocked away 12 passes this year Marcell Ateman, WR, Oklahoma State Ateman has an overall grade remisicent of Brandon Marshall. He's big and plays up to his size with unmatched dominance at the catch point among college receivers. He demonstrated underrated yards-after-the-catch skills on a variety of screens in Oklahoma State's offense too
  6. Predict the Pick: 9, 49ers

    I voted for Connor Williams. But now I realize they don't really need an OT. I would like to officially change my vote to Cortland Sutton. Get pretty boy some weapons
  7. Randy Gregory

    Hitchens was a 4th round pick and I hope the team realizes that a guy like Jewell, or Flowers, or Skai Moore could be had later, and should fill in fine. No need to blow a top pick on a guy who will be fight for snaps with Lee and Smith. Round 4-7? Sure, get 2 if you want.
  8. Randy Gregory

    If they had truly done well, we wouldn't be searching for another. You can't deny Sean Lee's talent, but neither he or Smith can be depended on. So I understand, but with an All pro at Will and a #34 overall pick at Mike, in a 2 LB system, we shouldn't be clamouring for a LB. But we are, and we should be. That doesn't come from doing well.
  9. Playoffs

    That sounds like familiar compliment.
  10. TACT XVIII: Zeke's Whacky Weekend Adventures

    Pumbaa, to you, everyone's short.
  11. Dallas still running Romo offense

    Hopefully we are just going to run Zeke now, and really work the play action game. Kinda like the first half of 2016, and the last 3\4 of 2014. No more shotgun 3 wide 75% of the time. I like Dak more than you, but he isn't Peyton. And that's not how he wins. He could be a bigger Russell Wilson though.
  12. Dallas still running Romo offense

    Let's be real. Prescott posted a 62.9 percent completion rate, a 22:13 touchdown-to-interception ratio and an 86.6 passer rating for a 9-7 squad that underperformed amid Super Bowl expectations. While those numbers are far from spectacular, they are better than production posted by Derek Carr, Andy Dalton, Joe Flacco, Marcus Mariota, Eli Manning and some other established passers. That's why I completely understand Cowboys' executive vice president of personnel Stephen Jones' desire to rebuild the team's scheme around Prescott's game. "Everybody here is all in in terms of their belief that Dak can be a great player in this league and will be," he said on 105.3 The Fan's Ben and Skin show (KRLD-FM). "How do we put concepts in place, how do we put a system in place that fits his skills? Obviously, it worked out great even though we were predominately running a [Tony] Romo-friendly offense with a few wrinkles that took advantage of Dak being young and fresh-legged and being able to have the mobility that he had. Hmmmmm..... And there you have it. This does make me optimistic that we will now change our philosophy to fit our roster. It's a crazy concept.
  13. Predict the Pick: 8, Bears

    I went Connor Williams to help protect Trubisky.
  14. 2018 NFL Draft Prospects

    Had him as my #2 WR at one point at the beginning of the year
  15. Brice Butler throwing some punches

    Yeah at this point he's scheduling more interviews than he has yards. He should probably shush.
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