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  1. 2017 Draft Class: Year Two Expectations

    This is a solid draft class already. Hopefully we are playing extra safe with Malik, but I’m all aboard the green train anyway.
  2. 2018 NFL Draft

    Dissly annoys me because of the fact we signed Dickson and drafted Vannett in 3rd round recently (who I think may break out) which means that we’ve spent a 3rd and 4th round pick on one backup blocking tight end, because both can’t get impactful touches and reps. Also Sweat and Hurst went after him.
  3. With the 141st pick, Griffin brothers reuinite

    Couldn’t be happier, the results of the rest of the draft don’t even matter to me anymore. Amazing.
  4. With the 27th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft...

    Why can’t you post photos, and if you can, how do you do it?
  5. With the 27th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft...

    Just going off of stats I’ve seen of him. First in broken tackles (by almost a double digit margin) and first in yards after contact at or behind the scrimmage line. He runs upright, but so does Kerryon, who is injury prone and very skinny down low. Penny is one of the most durable backs in this class. I love Ronald jones, but perry is just as explosive and bigger. 3rd in the country in breakaway percentage. Yes competition plays a part there though, so I’ll give the nod to jones proving it against better athletes Also, and pardon me for nitpicking, why do people keep calling him small? He’s 5’11 225 , prototypical size and heavier than prime Lynch
  6. 2018 NFL Draft

    If it’s DL im hoping for Tim Settle or Andrew Brown otherwise im going to need them to do the smart thing and bring those twins together. Can’t miss that opportunity.
  7. With the 27th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft...

    They definitely have a great line and system, but that doesn’t take away from Penny if You ask me . The Aztecs have had two RBs drafted since 2002, I don’t know if I would call them a halfback farm, even if you’re talking about at the college level of production. In recent history they’ve stood out for sure, but it’s not like teams are consistently over drafting players from their rushing system. They haven’t produced a solid nfl Olineman since Chester Pitts. We overdrafted terry poole a few years ago and the ravens snagged a guy in the late rounds recently. Also just watching the standford tape that scouts were endorsing so much shows a lot. He can build on his Physicality, which isn’t really something his success is contingent on as he may be the most elusive back in this draft. He takes elite rushing angles and limits wasted movement. I think there’s a difference between being inately powerful and tenacious, they aren’t mutually exclusive, but they certainly arent synonyms either. Kid hits the hole hard, there’s no denying it. And like I said, there was no better back at the college level when hit Behind the line of scrimmage, there’s definitely something to this guy. That aside we we are in agreement. RB was taken too early in a draft like this. Period
  8. 2018 NFL Draft

    So unless we move Thomas or move up, we’ll be waiting til pick 76 tomorrow praying for Shaquem there.
  9. Mock Drafts

    Your first two picks went top 20?? Draft site isn’t perfect with its projections lol (who is?) sould have like freeman later, tho I was a Ballage Guy, bias aside.
  10. With the 27th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft...

    Holding our hope for Holton Hill or Michael Joseph in later rounds. They seem like Seattle guys and meet the physical profile.
  11. With the 27th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft...

    One of the best in college football with YPC and produced literally ten times better than Saquan when contacted behind the line. Had 1200 yards after first contact id say he’s plenty tenacious. My problem is the value of a first round RB and taking one when the defense needs major help and this is one of the deepest RB classes we’ve ever seen on paper (at least in modern football) the level of defensive talent lent remaining after round 4 doesn’t sniff the RBs that will be laying around. Seahawks treat the 1st Round like the 5th round and that’s why they’ve failed so miserably with it. 2nd round hasn’t been much better wanted Oliver badly. Seems like a bonafide stud.
  12. Mock Drafts

    Probably the most realistic Seahawks draft I can come up with, with a trade down and earl Thomas trade simulated. All these players have been linked to Seattle or have the athletic profile we like Your Picks: Round 2 Pick 2 (NYG): Harrison, Ronnie, SS, Alabama (A-) Round 2 Pick 11 (N.E.): Kirk, Christian, WR, Texas AM (A) Round 3 Pick 2 (NYG): Oliver, Isaiah, CB, Colorado (A+) Round 4 Pick 8 (NYG): Thomas, Ian, TE, Indiana (A+) Round 4 Pick 20: Christian, Geron, OT, Louisville (A+) Round 5 Pick 4: Nichols, Bilal, DT, Delaware (A+) Round 5 Pick 9: Hill, Holton, CB, Texas (A) Round 5 Pick 31: Brown, Andrew, DT, Virginia (A+) Round 5 Pick 32: Ballage, Kalen, RB, Arizona State (A+) Round 7 Pick 8: Joseph, Michael, CB, Dubuque (A+) Round 7 Pick 30: Flowers, Tre, SS, Oklahoma State (A+) this is is my last one, obviously the trade partners aren’t realistic.
  13. Mock Drafts

    Love how this site lets you copy and paste links to draft profiles
  14. Mock Drafts

    Recent one with a few trade downs. Turned out One of my favorites. Doubles down at positions of need and gives us real talent to fill out positions like RB, Safety and TE Your Picks:Round 1 Pick 28 (PITT): Daniels, James, C/OG, Iowa (A)Round 2 Pick 28 (PITT): Harrison, Ronnie, SS, Alabama (A+)Round 2 Pick 31 (N.E.): Oliver, Isaiah, CB, Colorado (A+)Round 3 Pick 26 (ATL): Cain, Deon, WR, Clemson (A)Round 3 Pick 31 (N.E.): Thomas, Ian, TE, Indiana (A+)Round 4 Pick 20: Freeman, Royce, RB, Oregon (A)Round 5 Pick 4: Holland, Jeff, OLB, Auburn (A)Round 5 Pick 9: Brown, Andrew, DT, Virginia (A)Round 5 Pick 31: Nichols, Bilal, DT, Delaware (A+)Round 5 Pick 32: Hill, Holton, CB, Texas (A+)Round 7 Pick 8: Jacobs, Leon, OLB, Wisconsin (A+)Round 7 Pick 30: Dickson, Michael, P, Texas (A)
  15. Mock Drafts

    You’re dead on with Chubb. Two words: Pass Protection