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  1. Yeah I had to give up some value to move Tyreek cause no one wanted to bring Tyreek back to their war room due to his past. Another deal I was discussing was like tyreek for bobby wagner and a 2nd, or for von miller and a 2nd. Teams still weren't interested. I initially knew I wanted to trade Tyreek but got more locked into it once we got DeVonta Smith. Ultimately that trade will ride on the two 4th rders I got outta their early 4th. Hainsey and Sermon. Personally think Sermon will be a beast in the NFL his college production is elite and his pro day was elite. He could easily be a b
  2. This is my feeling as well. They gave up 3 first rounders, they're looking to do something dramatic, which isn't Mac Jones.
  3. yeah I had the hardest time picking anyone in that round but by the time I was in the 5th labeling anything the worst picks felt kind of dumb. I like that you got that 6'4 SS too Hamsah your secondary could become the legion of boom 2.0 if these guys pan out
  4. Best/worst draft picks by round… no 7 rders... not including KC.. First Round BEST: Detroit Lions - Penei Sewell, OT. BPA for a team at the start of a tear down in need of talent wherever they can get it. Starting Sewell at RT gave them the luxury to trade RT Tyrell Crosby for DT Derrick Nnadi to help bolster the trenches for new HC Dan Campbell. WORST: Denver Broncos - Javonte Williams, RB. Don’t love the decision to trade some pick value to move back up into the 1st and draft a power back if it isn’t Najee Harris. Not when FFMD hates RB's and you can get Trey Sermon at the very bac
  5. Only regret from the thing was not getting a top tier LT prospect. Everyone else I drafted is projected to go like 1-2 rounds higher than we got them. Also collected a few lower picks and shipped them out for below average starters which is good to build depth on our already stacked team. Getting Cosby, Singletary, Needham for basically nothing really helped supplement the draft IMO. Now if CEH goes down again we got Singletary and Trey Sermon ready to step in. And we got those guys for practically nothing. Same with DeVonta Smith, we gained a 3rd rounder in pick value with the trade up to get
  6. Starting to worry that the temptation to skip OT in round 1 and go after it later is getting to Veach. Would be a huge mistake IMO. Even if it is a deep class for tackles, the bottom of the 2nd are generally not day 1 starting talent, it's more of a crap shoot for talent than the earlier picks, and you're still openly admitting to passing on better tackles because you don't think WR or DE or whatever is as deep. I hate this approach to drafting in general. It's very lackadaisical and half baked. I'm hoping Veach is zoning in on all the potential day 1 starting left tackles in this dr
  7. The richest deal ever and it's still a discount. Thats the kind of player Mahomes is.
  8. KC: Players traded for: WR Odell Beckham WR Jarvis Landry CB Nik Needham RB Devin Singletary RT Tyrell Crosby RG Drew Forbes Players traded: WR Tyreek Hill DT Derrick Nnadi OLB Willie Gay C/G Nick Allegretti Draft: 1. DeVonta Smith, WR, Alabama 4a. Stone Forsythe, LT, Flordia 4b. Cameron Sample, DE, Tulane 4c. Robert Hainsey, G/T, Notre Dame 4d. Trey Sermon, RB, Ohio State 5a. Thomas Graham Jr., CB, Oregon 5b. Justin Hilliard, OLB, Ohio State 6. Garret Wallow, OLB, TCU
  9. yeah thats a stacked draft class for the Eagles. Completely ignored the OL so hopefully thats already solid for Hurts
  10. most productive LB'er I could find available and also tested better at his pro day than any of these other guys. Would be stoked if we get him at the back end of the draft IRL his college stats and pro day numbers are better than a ton of NFL LB'ers. TCU also known for producing NFL defenders. I think that was our last pick. As the 7th rd completes I got to look over the depth charts and decide what teams did the best in this thing I'll shout y'all out. Sorry for the delayed picks towards the end everyone, and thanks to @EaglesPeteCand @ny92mike for running this thing. And @NudeTayn
  11. Ladies and gentlemen, your FFMD 2021 winners: Kansas City Chiefs Depth Chart: free agent | trade get | draftee West coast spread offense QB: Patrick Mahomes, Chad Henne RB: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Devin Singletary, Trey Sermon, Darrell Williams FB: Michael Burton WR: DeVonta Smith, Jarvis Landry, Demarcus Robinson WR: Odell Beckham Jr., Mecole Hardman, Byron Pringle TE: Travis Kelce, Blake Bell, Nick Keizer LT: Stone Forsythe, Mike Remmers LG: Joe Thuney, Robert Hainsey C: Austin Blythe, Darryl Williams RG: Kyle Long, Laurent Duvernay-Tardiff, Drew Forbes RT
  12. Traded Willie Gay for a 6th and future 7th. This trade is admittedly a gamble but I wasn't a fan of what I saw from film on him then he tore his meniscus at the very end of the season. Decided to mitigate risk by moving on from him. Drafted CB Thomas Graham Jr. from Oregon with our mid 5th. He was an immediate starter as freshman at CB had 3 solid seasons for Oregon then sat out for 2020 but was dominant at the senior bowl. Played in a zone defense but has said his preference is actually to press, which seems to be precisely what our DB coaches look for. He projects extremely well as the NB
  13. With the 212th pick KC selects... OLB Garret Wallow, TCU High performer as the OLB in Gary Patterson's 4-2-5 defense which is the same we run in KC. He missed the senior bowl due to covid but had a good pro day. @TL-TwoWinsAway OTC
  14. Idk what going on I'm just saying if pick is way lower it's not the deal I agreed to. Got the future pick now tho so looks like it's solved
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