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  1. 2019 Draft Discussion

    https://www.delawareonline.com/story/sports/nfl/eagles/2019/03/22/delaware-star-nasir-adderley-nfl-pro-day-eagles-ends-early-because-injury/3203528002/ Sucks Addy got hurt for his pro day. Solid jumps (38 vert, 129 inch broad). 40 was just okay 4.52. Definitely a nice round 2 prospect
  2. Haha21 Mock Draft

    Due to his size it wouldn’t surprise me if 20-25 teams will have as a 5th or later. There are only so many teams that value and can use a motion h back.
  3. Haha21 Mock Draft

    I think he’ll be there. I honestly wouldn’t be surprised if he goes round 3. There isn’t a strong precedent for TEs under 6’3” having success. Like Delanie Walker and Trey Burton are the only really good examples that come to mind. He projects as more of a H back, so a team is going to have to really want that kind of player and incorporated it in their offense. Does anyone else get a DJ Williams vibe?
  4. Haha21 Mock Draft

    I am not a big fan of the Simmons (damaged goods risk) or Smith jr (undersized) picks. I get why people like them, just I don’t.
  5. Worst Case Scenario at 12:

    I don’t think MVS and EQ showed enough to justify passing on taking a legitimate freak. At any other point in the last decade, they would have been 5th/6th wrs on this squad.
  6. Worst Case Scenario at 12:

    How? Cordarralle was a gimmick player/return man coming out who never learned to run routes. DK is a pure wr who is more athletic and bigger.
  7. Cowboys Reportedly Agree to Deal with Randall Cobb

    Packer fan here; Cobb’s body is frustrating. With that said nice player still, when he’s healthy. If 100% I’d take him over Beasly, just that might only be 4 weeks in a season.
  8. Randall Cobb 1 year 5 mil to the cowboys

    I’m a Cobb Apologist. Cobb’s problem is staying healthy. Each of the last couple years he’s had a few good games, tweeked something, and then been ineffective. At 5’9” if his speed isn’t 100% he doesn’t offer much. I could see him push 1000 yards if he plays 16 games. That isn’t likely though.
  9. Gute's Amazing Roster Purge

    Pretty much every team after the core 22, K, P, LS has maybe 1 good backup per position groups, and a bunch of projects that play special teams. There is a reason the average career is like 2-3 years. Half a normal roster is given a year or 2 to develop and are just guys who are replaceable.
  10. Gute's Amazing Roster Purge

    Playing devils advocate, most rosters have about 40-50% turnover in a 2 year period, especially when looking at non starters. TT typically had 10-13 rookies on the final 53 every year. Gute has made moves, but I want to wait and see how the draft classes look after 2 years under him, if his HC choice was good, and if the FA class makes an impact.
  11. rcon14 Mock 3.0

    I actually do like this draft. Oliver/Winovich would be good gets. Not the biggest Thornhill fan but I get it.
  12. Bradbury isn’t falling this far.
  13. Worst Case Scenario at 12:

    I've been on the DK train since pre combine, so this isn't recency combine homerism. DK isn't a normal prospect. He legitimately has best wr in the league potential. Only 1 guy every 3-5 years that measures up to him athletically (Mike Evans is probably the last). He is a mismatch weapon, which you can see on his tape. My only concern is his neck, which if it wasn't for that he'd have been a top 5 lock.
  14. I would have gone at 30 1. Hock- 12 personnel is becoming more valuable. In 5 years TE will be looked at differently. I’d rather be out in front on this. Great prospect that fills need 2. Bush- the missing piece on D 3abcd Addy/Johnson/Allen/Lindstrom- solid players, limited ceilings 4. Simmons- There are several players a year that could have been top X picks but get hurt. His injury just happened after the season. Damaged goods in round 1? No thanks
  15. Worst Case Scenario at 12:

    This is best case scenario. We’d be getting DK Metcalf, future HoFer