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  1. @MWil23, very interested to hear your answer to the last question once we can discuss our answers. Also curious if anyone had the same answer as mine.
  2. BDL Discussion Thread 2020

    While we're on the topic, I've still got a 2 or less years 3 down left so anyone need someone taken care of holla at ya boi.
  3. BDL Discussion Thread 2020

    But then why did he trade down a whole round just to let you 3D him? Why didn't he just 3D him himself? Also $2800 seems like very little money to be trading picks to 3D. Usually you trade someone away as a 3D when you're desperate.
  4. I believe it's on Hulu now
  5. BDL Discussion Thread 2020

    You gotta come up with a team name. That's what I've been waiting for.
  6. BDL Discussion Thread 2020

    Got a little bored of reviewing drafts and took a break to make a BDL Trade Value Chart. It's literally just the normal trade value numbers put into order for our draft. I know not everyone uses the trade values but I just figured it might make things a little easier for everybody when draft trades are happening if they want to use it.
  7. **** man, I'll use this as an excuse to rewatch Black Sails and do the mafia game myself
  8. Lancaster trades: 5.6 New Orleans trades: 2021 4th
  9. How the hell did we not go with Black Sails?
  10. BDL Discussion Thread 2020

    2016 Draft Recap: Orlando Skunk Apes: 1.1 - Jalen Ramsey, CB, Florida State 1.5 - Joey Bosa, EDGE, Ohio State 2.1 - Jason Spriggs, OT, Indiana 3.1 - Keanu Neal, S, Florida 3.6 - Nick Martin, C, Notre Dame 3.8 - Sterling Shepard, WR, Oklahoma 4.1 - Kenny Clark, INT, UCLA 4.2 - Robert Nkemdiche, INT, Ole Miss 4.9 - Paxton Lynch, QB, Memphis 5.1 - James Bradberry, CB, Samford 7.3 - Jatavis Brown, LB, Akron This was a really nice draft from Orlando. Ramsey and Bosa, while easy to make picks in the top 5, are still elite players at their positions. The best part of this class is the guys Orlando found later on like Neal, Martin, Shepard, Clark, and Bradberry. Sacramento Gladiators: 1.2 - Laremy Tunsil, OT, Ole Miss 1.7 - Ezekiel Elliot, RB, Ohio State 2.5 - Shaq Lawson, EDGE, Clemson 3.2 - Chris Jones, INT, Mississippi State 3.3 - Cody Whitehair, OG, Kansas State 3.13 - Michael Thomas, WR, Ohio State 3.15 - Andrew Billings, INT, Baylor 5.10 - Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State Wow, this might be the best draft class I've seen so far period. The only missed pick was Cook in the 5th but all of the other players are at least contributors and most are among the elite at their position. Incredible drafting. Boston Berserkers: 1.3 - Myles Jack, LB, UCLA 1.9 - Mackensie Alexander, CB, Clemson 1.11 - Noah Spence, EDGE, Eastern Kentucky 2.2 - Jared Goff, QB, California 3.12 - Jonathan Bullard, INT, Florida 4.3 - Jaylon Smith, LB, Notre Dame 6.2 - Christian Westerman, OG, Arizona State 6.9 - Jalen Mills, CB, LSU 6.12 - Jordan Howard, RB, Indiana 6.17 - Max Tuerk, C, USC 7.11 - Kentrell Brothers, LB, Missouri 7.14 - Hassan Ridgeway, INT, Texas 7.17 - Willie Henry, INT, Michigan Pretty good draft from Boston even though some of his guys were overdrafted. Jack and Smith is a nice LB duo. Alexander is a decent slot corner which is nice but you probably want more from the 9th overall pick. Spence was a huge bust. Goff is probably worth that 2.2 pick but is overall still kind of a disappointment as a player. Compton Black Panthers: 1.4 - DeForrest Buckner, INT, Oregon 1.14 - Josh Doctson, WR, TCU 2.4 - Sheldon Rankins, INT, Louisville 2.13 - Ryan Kelly, C, Alabama 3.4 - Karl Joseph, S, West Virginia 4.4 - Will Redmond, S, Mississippi State 4.7 - Kenneth Dixon, RB, Louisiana Tech 5.4 - Shon Coleman, OT, Auburn 5.8 - Kyler Fackrell, EDGE, Utah State 7.4 - Ronald Blair, Appalachian State 7.7 - Isaac Seumalo, OG, Oregon State Outside of Fackrell, the later rounds were a bust for Compton but they did really well for themselves in the early rounds, landing good players like Buckner, Rankins Kelly, and Joseph. Camden Hood Rats: 1.6 - Vernon Hargreaves, CB, Florida 3.7 - Taylor Decker, OT, Ohio State 4.6 - Braxton Miller, WR, Ohio State 5.7 - Leonte Carroo, WR, Rutgers 5.14 - Jerell Adams, TE, South Carolina 7.2 - Sheldon Day, INT, Notre Dame 7.6 - Yannick Ngakoue, EDGE, Maryland 7.8 - Jacoby Brissett, QB, NC State Camden missed bad on Hargreaves but still ended up with a decent haul. Decker is solid for a mid-3rd round pick. Brissett and especially Ngakoue were great picks all the way in the 7th round. Los Angeles Rogues: 1.8 - Laquon Treadwell, WR, Ole Miss 1.13 - Darron Lee, LB, Ohio State 2.3 - Jack Conklin, OT, Michigan State 2.11 - Eli Apple, CB, Ohio State 4.10 - Jeremy Cash, S, Duke 5.12 - Joshua Garnett, OG, Stanford 5.13 - Le'Raven Clark, OT, Texas Tech 6.18 - Kalan Reed, DB, Southern Miss Oof. Four picks in the first two rounds and Conklin is all they ended up with. Conklin is good player for sure but you really want to see more overall return on those picks. And they don't have any late round gems to help make up for those misses either. Rome Eternals: 1.10 - William Jackson III, CB, Houston 2.10 - Corey Coleman, WR, Baylor 4.8 - Kamalei Correa, LB, Boise State 6.1 - Devontae Booker, RB, Utah 6.4 - Scooby Wright, LB, Arizona Not a great draft here. Jackson has been ok but struggled to stay healthy. Coleman has been bad and struggled to stay healthy. Correa has shown some promise but that's about it. Seoul Dragons: 1.12 - Ronnie Stanley, OT, Notre Dame 2.9 - Reggie Ragland, LB, Alabama Seoul only had two picks and they did ok. Stanley is good, Ragland has been inconsistent but shown flashes. Auckland Aces: 1.15 - Emmanuel Ogbah, EDGE, Oklahoma State 2.15 - Kendall Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech 3.14 - Tyler Boyd, WR, Pittsburgh 4.15 - Pharoh Cooper, WR, South Carolina 6.6 - Austin Hooper, TE, Stanford 6.14 - Blake Martinez, LB, Stanford Pretty good draft from Auckland. Ogbah certainly didn't live up to his 1st round status but Fuller, Boyd, Hooper, and Martinez make up for it. Gotham Gashslayers: 1.16 - Carson Wentz, QB, North Dakota 2.8 - Leonard Floyd, EDGE, Georgia 2.12 - Su'a Cravens, S, USC 2.16 - Vernon Butler, INT, Louisiana Tech 3.16 - Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama 4.13 - Austin Johnson, INT, Penn State 4.16 - Xavien Howard, CB, Baylor 5.6 - Justin Simmons, S, Boston College Very nice drafting in the late rounds by Gotham. Wentz was obviously a great pick at the end of round 1 and Floyd has been ok, but Cravens and Butler were busts. They make up for it by nabbing Henry and then Howard and Simmons later on. Singapore Sentinels: 2.6 - Kevin Dodd, EDGE, Clemson 3.10 - Jarran Reed, INT, Alabama 5.2 - Sean Davis, S, Maryland 5.3 - Deion Jones, LB, LSU 6.5 - Ryan Smith, DB, NC Central 6.11 - Bronson Kaufusi, EDGE, BYU 7.1 - Rashard Higgins, WR, Colorado State 7.12 - KeiVarae Russell, CB, Notre Dame 7.15 - Jihad Ward, INT, Illinois Bit of a mixed bag this draft. Dodd was a huge bust but Singapore got some solid contributors in Reed and Jones. Also a couple of decent depth pieces in Davis and Ward. Considering most of his picks were 5th or later rounders, I'd say that's solid. Berlin Blitzkrieg: 2.7 - Will Fuller, WR, Notre Dame 3.11 - Hunter Henry, TE, Arkansas 7.5 - Adolphus Washington, INT, Ohio State Not a big class from Berlin but it's decent. Fuller has been a solid player but just struggled to stay healthy while Henry has also developed into a decent TE. That's really all the draft is is ok but for Berlin they'll take it. Wichita Coyotes: 2.14 - A'Shawn Robinson, INT, Alabama 3.9 - Vonn Bell, S, Ohio State 4.12 - Joshua Perry, LB, Ohio State 6.10 - Connor McGovern, OG, Missouri Pretty good draft for Wichita if a little light on prospects overall. Robinson is good depth but Bell and McGovern are both good players. Hitting on 3 out of 4 is pretty good. Las Vegas Gamblers: 3.5 - Darian Thompson, S, Boise State 4.5 - Artie Burns, CB, Miami 4.14 - T.J. Green, S, Clemson 5.11 - Javon Hargrave, INT, South Carolina State 6.3 - Charles Tapper, EDGE, Oklahoma 6.13 - Stephen Anderson, TE, California 6.16 - Joe Thuney, OG, NC State 7.9 - Tyler Ervin, RB, San Diego State 7.10 - Joe Schobert, LB, Wisconsin 7.16 - Malcolm Mitchell, WR, Georgia Pretty good draft here with some late round gems. Thompson has just been an ok depth guy but Hargrave, Thuney, and Schobert have all outperformed their draft slots. London Knights: 4.11 - Shilique Calhoun, EDGE, Michigan State 6.7 - Miles Killebrew, S, Southern Utah 7.13 - Maliek Collins, INT, Nebraska 7.18 - Paul McRoberts, WR, Southeast Missouri State Not a great draft by London but considering their lack of picks and how late they were, it's not surprising. Collins has turned out to be a pretty good player for a 7th round pick though. Cuba Smugglers: 5.5 - Germain Ifedi, OT, Texas A&M 5.9 - Carl Nassib, EDGE, Penn State 6.8 - Paul Perkins, RB, UCLA 6.15 - Devon Cajuste, WR, Stanford Considering how late all of these picks were, getting two depth guys in Ifedi and Nassib is solid. Not starters or anything but it's enough.
  11. I appreciate the offer but if I'm gonna win this thing I want it to be on my own merits. Anything else just wouldn't feel right.
  12. BDL Discussion Thread 2020

    Idk, I think going through these drafts my standards have drastically decreased. Seeing how rare it is for good players to come out of the later rounds. And as for Sacramento I never even said their draft was good, just interesting because they have a couple of guys who have been inconsistent but shown talent and so in a couple of years they could have a nice class is they improve or be absolute garbage if they don't.
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