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  1. Super Mock Draft Fun Time

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  2. I know Y2 has his mock game but I thought I would do a forum contest a little differently. Heres the rules I was thinking of, subject to change if someone brings up a good point... post a first round mock draft, no explanations just 1-32 who you think will be drafted and by who. Each draft slot is worth 125 points. 25 points for the team, 100 points for the pick in descending increments of 5 points for each draft slot. Examples: Correct pick 1. Arizona Cardinals- Kyler Murray - 125 points total Incorrect pick Example 2: 1. Arizona Cardinals- Kyler Murray Arizona goes with Bosa so you get 25 points for Arizona and Murray goes 10th to the Denver Still get 25 points for the correct team, but the player only nets you 55 for a total of 80 points. Example 3: 1. Arizona Cardinals- Kyler Murray Arizona trades out to the Giants who select Dwayne Haskins, Kyler has some pics show up on facebook showing him snorting lines off of a lady of the nights booty and falls to the 3rd round, pick 96 to the redskins. 0 points due to both the lack of team and not within 20 picks. Contestant with the most points with be crowned FF San Francisco 49ers Super Mock Draft Fun Time Champion of the WORLD. Contestants must have their entries in by midnight Tuesday as I will take screen shots of all the entries at that time so when Kylers pics show up 20 minutes before draft time it can't be changed. Bonus points: predict trades correctly in the first round and get an extra 50 points. Predict all the legacies of it and get 500. Example Arizona trade 1 to the Giants for 4: Correctly predicted get 50 points Arizona traded 1 to the Giants for 4, 17, 2020 second rounder and 2019 5th rounder correctly predicted get 500. Fans of all teams welcome to play!
  3. 2019 Draft Talk (Draft Order in OP)

    I have to agree with this... From everything that was said during the draft last year if we hadn't have picked him he would have gone very shortly after our pick.
  4. 2019 Draft Talk (Draft Order in OP)

    Lol, very true. That in itself could be kind of a fun forum topic. A thread or poll just straight projecting several debated/popular players say rookie or maybe a 3 year career or both. Winner wins a shiney... emoticon or gif
  5. 2019 Draft Talk (Draft Order in OP)

    I understand where you are coming from... but, lol (game of thrones ism, everything before the but is a lie)... I still remember Jerry talking about how much more talented John Taylor was than him in every single way, size, speed, sheer athletic ability. John didn't have the want to though (and I'm not saying QW doesn't have the want to) but we might want to wait until he gets to his second contract at minimum before mentioning QW and HOF in the same sentence. Reggie Bush was thought to be that way too when he came out.
  6. 2019 Draft Talk (Draft Order in OP)

    I agree the show is great... couldn't get into the books though and I am an avid reader. Really excited for the WOT series on Amazon coming out... I hope they don't mess it up.
  7. 2019 Draft Talk (Draft Order in OP)

    Fantastic article...
  8. 2019 Draft Talk (Draft Order in OP)

    draft pants... I don't have any of those... should I invest? Is there a particular brand that you are partial to?
  9. 2019 Draft Talk (Draft Order in OP)

    As much as I hate to say it but just like pass rusher last year they plan on pushing safety to a next year fix. Personally if Adderley (broken record I know) was there in the 2nd I'd run to the podium. I dont think he makes it though in any case.
  10. Around the NFL II - Even NFLier

    Yeah, it wasn't really flattering to any of the above mentioned parties... nice find.
  11. Rank the all-time 49er running backs

    Doh! Insert gif of homer simpson for me missing rathman on my list. He deserves a spot.
  12. Rank the all-time 49er running backs

    Not a bad exercise... I'm only going to do the ones I have seen and I reserve the right to make changes. 1. Frank Gore- has to begin with the little guy here for I would assume almost everyone. 2. Garrison Hearst- loved his speed and burst 3. Roger Craig- I would assume most people would have him higher and maybe he does first ever 1000 yard reciever/rusher if memory serves. I still remember those high knees and long long socks. 4- Ricky "Running" Waters- Maybe he shouldn't be this high because he was only here a couple years but when he was it was exciting 5. William "Bar None" Floyd- such a shame his knee injuries cost him his career, what a beast of a player. 6. Charlie Garner- another guy that wasn't here very long but loved his style as well.
  13. 2019 Draft Talk (Draft Order in OP)

    I haven't heard anything about a lack of maturity and dedication with regards to Baker, maybe because he didn't play in his bowl game? He wouldn't have played for Kirby if he lacked either of those things which is why Deangalo Gibbs now plays for Tennessee. Baker is going to be a good corner for someone for a long time. Ty Law is my comp for him. Physical instinctive corner without elite athletic traits. BTW, maybe its been mentioned in one of the other threads but that replay review of pass interference is huge imo.
  14. 2019 Draft Talk (Draft Order in OP)

    Charlie Woerner is the TEs name, he's been kind of their blocking TE with Nauta there. There is a big gap at TE next year so we will see how that goes. I'm not familiar with Bama and Florida's Ts but UGA is built for the run and they ran it most of that game so its not like he had that much opportunity. And he did get two turnovers in that game. Btw, did you see D. Swift in that game? I had forgotten until I pulled up the highlights. Dude is going to be one of the next elite NFL backs. UGA might have 6 first round picks next year. Swift, Fromm, Isiah Wilson, Andrew Thomas, JR Reed and a number of others that could be pushing first round grades depending how the season goes.
  15. 2019 Draft Talk (Draft Order in OP)

    https://www.nfl.com/prospects/jachai-polite?id=3219504f-4c11-3764-b3c6-cc83363f62fb Pass-rush attack is instinctive and diverse Blazing get-off sets the table for success Fluid movement with loose hips and fast feet Bendy and flexible to flip his hips and trim the edge Able to stack rush moves on top of each other to build momentum Explosive burst to finish the quarterback Those are high end uncoachable traits like the ones that just got Dee Ford paid
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