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  1. Everyone seems to be counting out John Penisini. He was one of the few rookies who actually made decent progress last year. I would see him carving out a role on this defense.
  2. A fair number of teams could use an affordable 3rd-down back with good pass-blocking skills. I could see Brad Holmes making an attempt to get another player or a late-round pick for Kerryon Johnson. A team like the Seahawks could probably use him to keep Russel Wilson a little safer.
  3. Michael Brockers is 30-years old. He still has some tread on the tires but we shouldn't be caught flat-footed if his play drops off or injuries become a concern. The lack of sacks with Onwuzurike is a concern but he is good against the run and pretty disruptive. His QB sack production should improve over time. This wasn't a great year for DTs but I think the Lions got two solid players at good draft slots.
  4. It definitely gives us good depth. He might be better as a safety than CB because of his size. You don't see too many 214-pound CBs.
  5. I was hoping they would take Texas A&M DT Bobby Brown. 6'4, 320, 34 inch arms and 10-inch hands. He really broke out as a Junior.
  6. Its a double-edged sword to have someone performing like Taylor Decker at LT and then add Sewell. I don't see decker moving to G. He is may not have the power to deal with DTs.
  7. He has a ton of potential and won't turn 21 until we get into the regular season. Just as important, we retained Hank Fraley who did a fantastic job with our O-Line last year. Pairing up a great O-Line coach with a prospect with Sewell's potential could pay a lot of dividends. Would the coaching staff consider moving Taylor Decker to RT at some point in the future as Sewell advances?
  8. For those who think Micah Parsons shouldn't necessarily go at #7: https://www.nfl.com/news/bucky-brooks-2021-nfl-mock-draft-3-0-49ers-pick-trey-lance-najee-harris-to-cardi
  9. A decent summary. Not sure how definitive conclusions can be drawn.
  10. Was Parsons ever charged with anything? I think the worst thing I saw was hazing/harassment. Where are you seeing that?
  11. A lot of folks have us dialed into WR in the first round but this is a deep draft for WR. A lot of folks won't agree with my 1st round pick but if Roquan Smith can be drafted in the top 10... Rd 1,7: Micah Parsons LB-Jamie Collins is our best LB. Jahlani Tavai is our 2d best LB. That pretty much says it all Rd 2, 41: Dyami Brown WR-Good Size, speed and YAC. He will be a great compliment to the routes that Hockenson and Swift will be running Rd 3, 72: Bobby Brown DT- An under the radar prospect in the press. Good size and a lot of upside. Worth the risk at this spot cons
  12. I am pretty sure the Dolphins are considering Sewell or maybe even Slater. Slater may not be as imposing as Sewell but he is pretty polished and can play all over the OL.
  13. I am not sure we need to spend a first round pick on the 0-Line. Decker, Ragnow and Jackson are really good starters. Tyrellell Crosby has been solid at RT when given a shot. One player I think folks might be sleeping on: Matt Nelson. The guy was signed and an undrafted free agent and converted from DL to OT. When he played, didn't look out-of-place despite his lack of experience. There is a good chance he takes a big step forward from year 1 to year 2. We also have Logan Stenburg on the roster also. That said, it never hurts to draft a quality OL. Spencer Brown from Northern Iowa or
  14. You don't buy into his stats. Got it. You acknowledge his measureables but don't think they accurately reflect his potential as a LB prospect. So how exactly do you evaluate prospects if not by some combination of stats and on-the-field performance?
  15. Micah Parsons Stats: https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/players/micah-parsons-1.html He played major minutes as a true freshman and took a big step forward as a sophomore. He has the measurables to back up those stats. His biggest problem in Detroit would probably be the DTs playing in front of him. If folks had to do a re-draft, where do you think Devin White would be drafted?
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