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  1. If Brady does in fact leave...

    “The Taysem Hill Experience”
  2. Help in November: An early mock draft

    It will be interesting to see how confident they are in Wynn after 1.5 seasons on IR, and how highly they prioritize a backup lineman as they quickly gave up on Antonio Garcia, despite those situations being different. Lots to play out between Thuney’s contract, Andrews’ health, Wynn’s health, and the unproven depth in Cunningham, Elemeanuor, and Cajuste especially. I expect them to indulge in OL.
  3. Using our projected compensatory picks, and no trades, I attempt to fill out the Patriots roster with not only depth, but game changers as well. It’s never too early to scout potential reinforcements, and with the college football season dwindling down, I’ll take a crack at it. Feel free to leave feedback on the player selections, positions I should’ve hit, and even your own wishes you wanted to see when you opened this mock. It’s going to be tough to get a QB of the future after parting with their 2nd round pick, but don’t be surprised if it’s one of the top priorities this offseason. Round 1- Jacob Phillips, LB, LSU Although this may not be considered an immediate need, at the end of this season we will see Jamie Collins, Kyle Van Noy, and Elandon Roberts facing free agency, and Dont’a Hightower looming towards it the following year. The defense has been amazing, and they need to involve new energy/smarts/power to that side of the ball starting now if they want to keep up that level of play in the future. Here is an excellent write up on Phillips, that makes me yearn for him to be an addition to Jerod Mayo/Steve Belichick’s classroom. https://thedraftnetwork.com/articles/lsu-lb-jacob-phillips-is-the-complete-package Round 3- Khalid Kareem, DL, Notre Dame I would not doubt it if Kareem goes anywhere in the second round, but that’s barring a great combine. Although a solid player, I feel like his best football is still ahead of him. He’s very skilled and knows how to use his hands better than most prospects among his position. He would play at multiple spots in various schemes, and do it successfully. Round 3- Jake Hanson, OL, Oregon A true leader on a tough and experienced offensive line, he lets his technique (primarily hands) and patience do the work. There are very few things Hanson needs to work on, after staying in school for his senior year. I expect Coach Scarrnechia to get the Oregon Duck familiar with his concepts quickly, with David Andrews status for the future still unknown. Round 3- Neville Gallimore, DL, Oklahoma A big force in the middle, he’s been described as a penetrating disruptor. Again, the key to a good defense is keeping it a good defense. Being incorporated slowly, Gallimore is the type of player that becomes a big contributor as soon as he hits the field. Once he is comfortable, his otherworldly strength and violent set of power moves will help keep the middle of the d line sealed down. Round 4- Cheyenne O’Grady, TE, Arkansas O’Grady has great size and is very talented; but between health concerns, consistency with his hands, and his season ending in a suspension, he will have to face the music in the pre-draft process. His talent will trump all questions, and tight end is a dire need. He will fit well if he can stick with his blocking assignments. Round 6- Aaron Fuller, WR, Washington Excellent in open space, he gets there from a great release and his ability to track the ball. He projects to the slot in the NFL, and could find himself hanging around in a WR room that needs more help on the back end. He will be a contributor on special teams as a returner. Round 6- Jon Runyan, OL, Michigan Runyon is versatile enough to play either guard or tackle and for that, Coach Scarr will be very grateful and take the Michigan Wolverine under his wing. He’s been described as a perfect pass protector. Round 6- Mitchell Wilcox, TE, South Florida Wilcox has lined up in the slot, the backfield, and is a willing blocker. He’s a smart player that can run very decent routes. At this point in the draft, and at this point with the position, he’s worth a gamble. He’s more likely to pan out as a backup tight end than any other prospect at his position this late. Round 6- Benning Potoa’e, DL, Washington Potoa’e is a fascinating player. He was a highly coveted linebacker that made the switch to the defensive line to help out his team and he has been stellar. He’s having what I would consider the best season of his career. He loved the switch, citing freedom and his ability to cause havoc as the main points. He is an interesting case and Bret Bielema will do what he can to further his transition into a warrior at the line of scrimmage. Round 7- Jet Toner, K, Stanford Jet Toner is one of the most accurate kickers in Cardinals’ football history. He was a perfect 101/101 on extra points. Consistency is not a problem and it will not surprise me to see him reunited with former Stanford punter Jake Bailey. Stephen Gostkowski has gotten to the point where he needs competition, at the least. He hasn’t performed well the last two seasons. Round 7- Jake Bentley, QB, South Carolina Jarrett Stidham had a rookie preseason for the ages, but we can’t retire his jersey quite yet. I don’t believe he is the successor to Brady, and it’s laughable at this point to assume Bentley is. He was once a tip prospect that never lived up to the hype. He has proven himself as a leader though, and started 34 of 35 games before a lisfranc injury. He has the potential for his talent to develop under Josh McDaniels. Round 7- James Gilbert, RB, Kansas State Gilbert has a chip on his shoulder and is your typical late round back that will fight and scratch his way to keep a practice squad spot at the least. The kid has talent, and his mind is in good spirits. Check out this interview with him for a good piece. https://www.nfldraftdiamonds.com/2019/07/james-gilbert/k
  4. The 2019 Annual Draft Game - WINNER ANNOUNCED

    Draft Game Round 1 (1 POINT FOR EACH): Which round do the following players get drafted in? 1. Blake Cashman 2. Chris Lindstrom 3. David Long 4. Dre'Mont Jones 5. Elijah Holyfield 6. Hakeem Butler 7. Jahlani Tavai 8. Jalen Hurd 9. Lonnie Johnson 10. Martez Ivey 11. Miles Boykin 12. Mitch Hyatt 13. Rodney Anderson 14. Will Grier 15. Zach Allen Answers:- 1. 3rd 2. 2nd 3. 3rd 4. 3rd 5. Undrafted 6. 2nd 7. 3rd 8. 5th 9. 3rd 10. 7th 11. 3rd 12. 4th 13. 5th 14. 3rd 15. 3rd Round 2 (1 POINT FOR EACH): Who gets drafted first? 1. Andy Isabella or Terry McLaurin 2. Byron Murphy or Greedy Williams 3. Chase Winovich or LJ Collier 4. Christian Wilkins or Rashan Gary 5. Cody Ford or Jonah Williams 6. Daniel Jones or Drew Lock 7. David Montgomery or Miles Sanders 8. Deebo Samuel or J.J. Arcega-Whiteside 9. Dexter Lawrence or Jerry Tillery 10. Emmanuel Hall or Mecole Hardman 11. Greg Little or Kaleb McGary 12. Jawaan Taylor or Andre Dillard 13. Max Scharping or Tytus Howard 14. Nasir Adderley or Chauncey Gardner-Johnson 15. Parris Cambell or N'Keal Harry Answers:- 1. Terry McLaurin 2. Greedy Williams 3. Chase Winovich 4. Rashan Gary 5. Jonah Williams 6. Daniel Jones 7. Miles Sanders 8. Deebo Samuel 9. Dexter Lawrence 10. Emmanuel Hall 11. Greg Little 12. Jawaan Taylor 13. Tytus Howard 14. Nasir Adderley 15. N'Keal Harry Round 3 (1 POINT FOR EACH): General Questions: 1. Who is the second QB taken? 2. Who is the first team to trade up? 3. How many quarterbacks go round 1? 4. How many wide receivers go in round 1? 5. How many trades are there in round 1? Answers:- 1. Kyler Murray 2. Green Bay 3. 3 4. 2 5. 4 Round 4: Match the player to a team (3 POINTS FOR EACH) 1. AJ Brown 2. Chase Winovich 3. Christian Wilkins 4. Daniel Jones 5. Devin Bush 6. Drew Lock 7. Dwayne Haskins 8. Ed Oliver 9. Greg Little 10. Jeffrey Simmons 11. Josh Allen 12. Joshua Jacobs 13. Juan Thornhill 14. Kelvin Harmon 15. Noah Fant Answers:- 1. New England 2. San Francisco 3. Buffalo 4. LA Chargers 5. Pittsburgh 6. Denver 7. NYG 8. Atlanta 9. Carolina 10. NYJ 11. NYJ 12. Philadelphia 13. Cleveland 14. Washington 15. Oakland Bonus Tiebreaker: Who is this year’s Mr Irrelevant? Answer:- 1. Penny Hart
  5. The 2019 Annual Draft Game - WINNER ANNOUNCED

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  6. Patriots sign WR Demaryius Thomas (One year, $6M)

    Julian Edelman will be getting a pay raise here soon, no doubt. James Palmer from NFL Network reported Thomas will be back sooner than a lot believe. That time in the late summer will be crucial for DT. However, a receivers room consisting of Edelman, Philip Dorsett, Bruce Ellington, Maurice Harris right now? Go ahead and take a spin on Demaryius Thomas. Josh McDaniels will work with him and get him comfortable. A lot of upside in this signing, (as much as you can hope) with more than enough cap left to bring in other additions if this doesn’t work out. No biggie. Gracious of Bill Belichick to give us a gift on his own birthday.
  7. Current Hot Takes That Will Just Be Self-Evident in 3 Years

    WR N’Keal Harry is the best receiver of the class, eventually the #1 on his team in short time. Probably hits the Pro Bowl relatively soon, ala JuJu Smith-Schuster. LB Devin Bush is viewed in the same class as Keuchley and Wagner within three seasons. & the Clellin Ferrell thing... I agree he’s gonna be the most productive. Nick Bosa will be right there, but Ferrell will be the Dwight Freeney of this class.
  8. 3 Round Mock with TRADES :)

    Sorry about the formatting. Created it on Notes on my iPhone. Tried to fix it and space it out but it was causing more problems. So just ignore the numbers... Everyone is in the right spot unless a trade is noticed, regardless of what their draft slot is. Hope you still take the time to read it before you criticize. 1. Arizona Cardinals select Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama 2. San Francisco 49ers select Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio State 3. New York Jets select Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky Oakland Raiders select Rashan Gary, DL, Michigan Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Devin White, LB, LSU New York Giants select Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State Jacksonville Jaguars select Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida Detroit Lions select Ed Oliver, DT, Houston Buffalo Bills select Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson Denver Broncos trade pick 10 to the Dolphins for pick 13 and pick 72. Miami Dolphins select Kyler Murray. Cincinnati Bengals select Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State Green Bay Packers select D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss Denver Broncos select T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa Atlanta Falcons select Cody Ford, OL, Oklahoma Washington Redskins select Montez Sweat, EDGE, Mississippi State Carolina Panthers select Clelin Ferrell, EDGE, Clemson New York Giants select Brian Burns, EDGE, Florida State Minnesota Vikings select Jonah Williams, OL, Alabama Tennessee Titans select Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson Pittsburgh Steelers select Greedy Williams, CB, LSU Seattle Seahawks select N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State Baltimore Ravens select Garrett Bradbury, OL, LSU Houston Texans select Dalton Risner, OL, Kansas State Oakland Raiders select Noah Fant, TE, Iowa Philadelphia Eagles select Devin Bush, LB, Michigan Indianapolis Colts select Byron Murphy, CB, Notre Dame Oakland Raiders select Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia Los Angels Chargers select Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame Kansas City Chiefs select AJ Brown, WR, Ole Miss Green Bay Packers select Jeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi State Los Angeles Rams select Chris Lindstrom, OL, Boston College New England Patriots trade pick 32 and pick 239 to the Detroit Lions for pick 43 and a 2020 2nd round pick. Detroit Lions select Johnathan Abram, S, Mississippi State Arizona Cardinals select Erik McCoy, OL, Texas A&M Indianapolis Colts select Jachai Polite, EDGE, Florida Oakland Raiders select Connor McGovern, OL, Penn State San Francisco 49ers select Mack Wilson, LB, Michigan New York Giants select Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss Jacksonville Jaguars trade pick 38 and pick 165 to the Cincinnati Bengals for pick 42 and pick 111. The Cincinnati Bengals select Drew Lock, QB, Missouri Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Justin Layne, CB, Michigan State Buffalo Bills select Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma Denver Broncos select Elgton Jenkins, OL, Mississippi Jacksonville Jaguars select Irv Smith, TE, Alabama New England Patriots select Charles Omenihu, DL, Texas Green Bay Packers select Terry McLaurin, WR, Ohio State Atlanta Falcons select Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State Washington Redskins select Yodny Cajuste, OL, West Virginia Carolina Panthers select Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, DB, Florida Miami Dolphins select Chase Winovich, LB, Michigan Cleveland Browns trade pick 49 to the Philadelphia Eagles for pick 53 and pick 139. The Philadelphia Eagles select Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple Minnesota Vikings select Michael Deiter, OL, Wisconsin Tennessee Titans select Blake Cashman, LB, Minnesota Pittsburgh Steelers select Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State Cleveland Browns select Juan Thornhill, S, Virginia Houston Texans select Kaleb McGary, OL, Washington Houston Texans select Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama New England Patriots select Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina Philadelphia Eagles select David Edwards, OL, Wisconsin Dallas Cowboys select Darnell Savage, DB, Maryland Indianapolis Colts select Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State Los Angeles Chargers select Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia Kansas City Chiefs select Dru Samia, OL, Oklahoma New Orleans Saints select Josh Oliver, TE, San Diego State Kansas City Chiefs select Trysten Hill, DT, UCF New England Patriots select Deionte Thompson, DB, Alabama Arizona Cardinals select J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford Pittsburgh Steelers select Andy Isabella, WR, UMass San Francisco 49ers select Julian Love, CB, Notre Dame New York Jets trade pick 68 to the Tennessee Titans for pick 83 and pick 122. The Tennessee Titans select Joejuan Williams, CB, Vanderbilt Jacksonville Jaguars select Sean Bunting, DB, Central Michigan Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Damien Harris, RB, Alabama Forfeited Miami Dolphins select Amani Hooker, DB, Iowa Cincinnati Bengals select Michael Jordan, OL, Ohio State New England Patriots select Kelvin Harmon, WR, NC State Buffalo Bills select Dawson Knox, TE, Mississippi Green Bay Packers select Taylor Rapp, DB, Washington Washington Redskins select Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M Carolina Panthers trade pick 78 to the Cleveland Browns for pick 81 & pick 223. The Cleveland Browns select Tytus Howard, OL, Alabama State Miami Dolphins select Will Grier, QB, West Virginia Atlanta Falcons select Jaylon Ferguson, EDGE, LA Tech Carolina Panthers select Kahale Warring, TE, San Diego State Minnesota Vikings select Bobby Evans, OL, Oklahoma New York Jets select Miles Boykin, WR, Notre Dame Pittsburgh Steelers select David Long, CB, Michigan Seattle Seahawks select Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson Baltimore Ravens select Michael Jackson, CB, Miami Houston Texans select Daylon Mack, DL, Texas A&M Chicago Bears select Dre’Mont Jones, DL, Ohio State Detroit Lions select Emmanuel Hall, WR, Missouri Indianapolis Colts select Oshane Xamines, EDGE, Old Dominion Dallas Cowboys select Lonnie Johnson, CB, Kentucky Los Angeles Chargers select LJ Collier, DL, TCU Kansas City Chiefs select Darrell Henderson, RB, Memphis New York Jets select Renell Wren, DL, Arizona State Jacksonville Jaguars select Mecole Hardman, WR, Georgia New York Giants select KeeSean Johnson, WR, Fresno State Washington Redskins select Daniel Jones, QB, Duke New England Patriots select Joe Giles-Harris, LB, Duke Los Angeles Rams select Bobby Okereke, LB, Stanford Los Angeles Rams select DeAndre Walker, DL, Georgia Carolina Panthers select Khalen Saunders, DL, Western Illinois New England Patriots select Joe Jackson, EDGE, Miami Baltimore Ravens select Zach Allen, DL, Boston College
  9. Pete's Draft Thread: TB OTC; PIT Skipped

    With pick 203, the LA Rams select Jamal Peters, CB, Mississippi State. i believe @IDOG_det is otc?
  10. Pete’s GM Mock Draft- DRAFT HAS BEGUN

    My remaining picks... LA 203 NE 205 LA 208 NE 239 NE 246 LA 251 NE 252 With the slots being so close to one another, and depending on time, I may make two lump-sums of draft picks if need be. I can do the 203/205/208 no problem. And will likely have to do the rest all at one time. It’s gonna be tough for me to sneak off for that much phone time for the remaining picks during that day.
  11. Pete’s GM Mock Draft- DRAFT HAS BEGUN

    Rams looking to trade a 6 or a 7 for a cornerback.
  12. Pete's Draft Thread: TB OTC; PIT Skipped

    With pick #169, the LA Rams select Isaiah Prince, OT, Ohio State. @cortes02 is OTC.
  13. Pete’s GM Mock Draft- DRAFT HAS BEGUN

    I love the Jamel Dean pick. One of my favorite corners in the draft. I’m curious where he’ll go IRL.
  14. Pete's Draft Thread: TB OTC; PIT Skipped

    With pick #99, the Los Angeles Rams select Vosean Joseph, LB, Florida. @BringinDaPain is OTC next.
  15. Pete’s GM Mock Draft- DRAFT HAS BEGUN

    Trying to move on from Johnathan Jones & Derek Rivers. Any mid round picks out there for the taking ?