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Each year I do this. Form a team of 25 with 1 player that was selected in round 1, 3 players that were selected in round 2, 5 players that were selected in round 3, 7 players that were selected in round 4, 5 players that were selected in round 5, 3 players that were selected in round 6, and 1 player from round 7. You may replace your 7th round choice with someone that went undrafted if you wish. You can do special teams, but it is not required. 

Last year's game for reference.

QB: Mason Rudolph (Round 3)
RB: Saquon Barkley (Round 1)
RB: Akrum Wadley (UDFA)
WR: Justin Watson (Round 5)
WR: Equanimeous St. Brown (Round 6)
Slot WR: Russell Gage (Round 6)
TE: Ian Thomas (Round 4)
LT: Tyrell Crosby (Round 5)
LG: Will Hernandez (Round 2)
C: James Daniels (Round 2)
RG: Jamarco Jones (Round 5)
RT: Chukwuma Okorafor (Round 3)

DE: Dorance Armstrong Jr. (Round 4)
DT: B.J. Hill (Round 3)
DT: Maurice Hurst (Round 5)
DE: Josh Sweat (Round 4)
OLB: Josey Jewell (Round 4)
MLB: Malik Jefferson (Round 3)
OLB: Shaquem Griffin (Round 5)
WLB/SS Hybrid: Kyzir White (Round 4)
CB: Josh Jackson (Round 2)
FS: DeShon Elliott (Round 6)
SS: Ronnie Harrison (Round 3)
CB: Nick Nelson (Round 4)
Nickel CB: Avonte Maddox (Round 4)

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QB Josh Rosen
RB1 Nick Chubb
RB2 Nyheim Hines
WR1 Antonio Calloway
WR2 Equanimeous St. Brown
Slot Russell Gage
TE Ian Thomas
TE Will Dissley
   
LT Geron Christian 
LG Will Hernandez
OC Scott Quessenberry
RG Wyatt Teller
RT Will Richardson

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DE Rasheem Green
DT Tim Settle
DT Maurice Hurst
DE Josh Sweat
   
SLB Lorenzo Carter
MLB Josey Jewell
WLB Shaquem Griffin
   
CB Isaiah Oliver
CB Holton Hill
NB Parry Nickerson
FS Tarvarius Moore
SS Ronnie Harrison

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1
Josh Rosen, QB

2
Isaiah Oliver, CB
Will Hernandez, OG
Nick Chubb, RB

3
Lorenzo Carter, SLB
Tarvarius Moore, FS
Rasheem Green, LDE
Ronnie Harrison, SS
Geron Christian, OT

4
Antonio Calloway, WR
Ian Thomas, TE
Josey Jewell, ILB
Josh Sweat, DE
Will Richardson, RT
Will Dissly, In Line TE
Nyheim Hines, RB2

5
Shaquem Griffin, WLB
Maurice Hurst, DT
Tim Settle, DT
Wyatt Teller, OG
Scott Quessenberry, OC

6
Equanimeous St. Brown, WR
Russell Gage, WR
Parry Nickerson, CB

UDFA
Holton Hill, CB

Edited by DrawABlank
To care even less about character concerns

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QB: Baker Mayfield (1)

HB: Nick Chubb (2)

HB: Kalen Ballage (4)

WR: Deon Cain (6)

WR: Justin Watson (5)

WR: Dylan Cantrell (6)

TE: Dalton Schultz (4)

TE: Troy Fumagalli (5)

LT: Connor Williams (2)

LG: Alex Cappa (3)

C: Brian Allen (4)

RG: Will Hernandez (2)

RT: Orlando Brown (3)

 

 

DE: Dorance Armstrong (4)

DT: Maurice Hurst (5)

DT: Tim Settle (5)

DE: Da’Shawn Hand (4)

OLB: Shaquem Griffin (5)

MLB: Josey Jewell (4)

OLB: Fred Warner (3)

CB: Greg Stroman (7)

FS: Justin Reid (3)

SS: Ronnie Harrison (3)

CB: Taron Johnson (4)

NB: Parry Nickerson (6)

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Love Flux Draft Game.  One of my favourite parts of draft season.  Two thumbs up!!!  Would play again!!!  :)

 

QB: Josh Allen (1).
RB: Kalen Ballage (4).
RB: John Kelly (6).
WR: Courtland Sutton (2).
WR: Deon Cain (6).
Slot: DaeSean Hamilton (4).
TE: Ian Thomas (4).
TE: Chris Herndon (4).

LT: Connor Williams (2).
LG: Martinas Rankin (3)
C: Will Clap (7).
RG: Wyatt Teller (5).
RT: Tyrell Crosby (5).

DE: Sam Hubbard (3).
DT: Andrew Brown (5).
NT: Derrick Nnadi (3).
DE: Dorance Armstrong Jr (4).

WLB: Fred Warner (3).
MLB: Jack Cichy (6).
SLB: Malik Jefferson (3).
CB: Isaiah Oliver (2).
FS: Marcus Allen (5).
SS: Siran Neal (5).
CB: Nick Nelson (4).
NB: Anthony Averett (4).

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Round 1:
1.Josh Allen (QB).

Round 2:
1.Connor Williams (OT).
2.Courtland Sutton (WR).
3.Isaiah Oliver (CB).

Round 3:
1.Fred Warner (LB).
2.Malik Jefferson (LB).
3.Sam Hubbard (DE).
4.Derrick Nnadi (NT).
5.Martinas Rankin (OL).

Round 4:
1.Dorance Armstrong Jr (DE).
2.Ian Thomas (TE).
3.Chris Herndon (TE).
4.Kalen Ballage (RB).
5.DaeSean Hamilton (WR).
6.Nick Nelson (CB).
7.Anthony Averett (CB).

Round 5:
1.Tyrell Crosby (OT).
2.Wyatt Teller (OG).
3.Andrew Brown (DT).
4.Siran Neal (DB).
5.Marcus Allen (FS).

Round 6:
1.Deon Cain (WR).
2.Jack Cichy (LB).
3.John Kelly (RB).

Round 7/UDFA:
1.Will Clapp (OC).

 

Kinda tough this year because it feels like there were a lot of picks i didn't love in Rd4, where you build the meat of this team.  Plus, half that round was TEs.  So i leaned into it, just run two awesome TEs.  Ian Thomas as more of an inline guy, and Chris Herndon as a move guy who can play more or less as a jumbo WR/Slot guy anyway.  Just playing big boy ball with big arm Joshy Boucher.  B|

 

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Offensively we play Bully Ball as evidenced by my Power blocking scheme linemen.  Mailata is just a guy i like but hes got some Massive size and Ball handling skills so i think we could work him in on occasion with the ball(its pretty tough to tackle a 340 pound guy). 

QB: Kyle Lauletta(R4)

RB Saquan Barkley(R1)

WR: Anthony Miller(R2)

WR: Equanimeous St. Brown(R6) 

WR: Desean Hamilton(R4)

TE: Chris Herndon(R4)

OW: Jordan Mailata(R7) 

LT: Tyrell Crosby(R5)

LG: Will Hernandez(R2)

C: Bradley Bozeman(R6)

RG: Wyatt Teller(R5)

RT: Orlando Brown(R3)

 

LDE: Sam Hubbard(R3)

UT: Maurice Hurst(R5)

NT: Tim Settle(R5)

RDE: Harold Landry(R2)

DE: Marquis Haynes(R4)

SLB: Lorenzo Carter(R3)

ILB: Josey Jewell(R4)

WLB: Shaquem Griffen(R5)

LCB: Nick Nelson(R4)

RCB: Anthony Averett(R4)

SCB: Parry Nickerson(R6)

FS: Justin Reid(R3)

SS: Ronnie Harrison(R3)

Bolded are my Starters.

Haynes is a pass rush specialist with Hubbard kicking inside taking Settle out.  on nickle depending on the matching Carter or Jewell will come out. 

 

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Any team without the best QB in recent memory is doing it wrong. Two backs for every situation. Athletes on the perimeter. Best OL I could construct, surprised myself with two Rams.

QB: Baker Mayfield r1
HB: Bo Scarbrough r7
3RB: Nyheim Hines r4
WR: Antonio Callaway r4
WR: Justin Watson r5
WR: Dylan Cantrell r6
TE: Mike Gisicki r2
LT: Joseph Noteboom r3
LG: Mason Cole r3
C: Brian Allen r4
RG: Scott Quessenberry r5
RT Greg Senat r6

Made to defend the pass. Will struggle against the run, but with this offense I can live with it. Sweat comes in the must-pass sub package. Struggled to find a nickel, so big Dane will be a hybrid.

DE: Maurice Hurst r5
NT: Sebastian Joseph r6
DE: Rasheem Green r3
ROLB: Lorenzo Carter r3
ILB: Genard Avery r5
ILB: Shaquem Griffin r5
LOLB: Harold Landry r2
RUSH: Josh Sweat r4
CB: Josh Jackson r2
CB: Avonte Maddox r4
CB/S: Dane Cruikshank r5
FS: Troy Apke r4
SS: Justin Reid r3

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Offense--Old School High School Power Run/Play Action Pass

  1. QB--Luke Falk, Tenn (6)
  2. RB--John Kelly, Rams (6)
  3. FB--Nick Bawden, Lions (7)
  4. LT--Geron Christian, Wash (3)
  5. LG-Quentin Nelson, Colts (1)
  6. C-James Daniels, Chicago (2)
  7. RG-Will Hernandez, NYG (2)
  8. RT--Joe Noteboom, Rams (3)
  9. TE(y)--Dalton Schultz, Dallas (4)
  10. TE(x)--Will Dissly, Seattle (4)
  11. WR(z)--Justin Watson, Bucs (5)
  12. (Subpackage WRx)--Daurice Fountain, Colts (5)
  13. (Subpackage WRy)--Deon Cain, Colts (6)

Thoughts--Falk can work the short passes to Schultz and Watson in the base set, and also do some complex routes when we have to go in subpackage.  Bread and butter will be pounding the rock with Kelly behind GCG combo of 1+2 rounders.  No backup RB means that Kelly must tote the mail a lot.  If I had a 26th slot, I would have taken an UDFA like Wadley or Roc Thomas of Jax State.

Defense--Base 4-2-5 nickel

  1. DT--Nathan Shepherd, Jets (3)
  2. DT--BJ Hill, NYG (3)
  3. DE--Sam Hubbard, Bengals (3)
  4. DE--Andrew Brown, Bengals (5)
  5. MLB--Josey Jewell, Broncos (4)
  6. MLB--Micah Kizer, Rams (5)
  7. CB--Anthony Averett, Ravens (4)
  8. CB--Nick Nelson, Raiders (4)
  9. NB--Avonte Maddox, Eagles (4)
  10. S--Justin Reid, Texans (3)
  11. S--Kyzir White, Chargers (4)
  12. (Subpackage Goalline)--Tim Settle, Wash (5)

Thoughts--Stop the run.  High picks on Dline guys to stop the run, and filing backers to scrape and make tackles.  Back end has elite safties and good CB with a slot nickel that can come an blitz as needed.  Will get hit with the big pass but hopefully can play bend but don't break defense.

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10 hours ago, chris00cm said:

Any team without the best QB in recent memory is doing it wrong. Two backs for every situation. Athletes on the perimeter. Best OL I could construct, surprised myself with two Rams.

QB: Baker Mayfield r1
HB: Bo Scarbrough r7
3RB: Nyheim Hines r4
WR: Antonio Callaway r4
WR: Justin Watson r5
WR: Dylan Cantrell r6
TE: Mike Gisicki r2
LT: Joseph Noteboom r3
LG: Mason Cole r3
C: Brian Allen r4
RG: Scott Quessenberry r5
RT Greg Senat r6

Made to defend the pass. Will struggle against the run, but with this offense I can live with it. Sweat comes in the must-pass sub package. Struggled to find a nickel, so big Dane will be a hybrid.

DE: Maurice Hurst r5
NT: Sebastian Joseph r6
DE: Rasheem Green r3
ROLB: Lorenzo Carter r3
ILB: Genard Avery r5
ILB: Shaquem Griffin r5
LOLB: Harold Landry r2
RUSH: Josh Sweat r4
CB: Josh Jackson r2
CB: Avonte Maddox r4
CB/S: Dane Cruikshank r5
FS: Troy Apke r4
SS: Justin Reid r3

im a big mayfield fan but hes not the best QB in recent memory.  i think u gotta take the best Playmaker in the draft and that is Barkley ;)

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53 minutes ago, LinderFournette said:

im a big mayfield fan but hes not the best QB in recent memory.  i think u gotta take the best Playmaker in the draft and that is Barkley ;)

Taking a RB early in the first round is a waste of draft capital. 

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6 hours ago, chris00cm said:

Taking a RB early in the first round is a waste of draft capital. 

ask the Rams if they regret taking gurley or the Cowboys taking elliot or even the jags taking Fournette. gurantee you they dont regret it.  RBs are becoming more valued and Barkley is the best Back to probably come out since AP

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2 hours ago, LinderFournette said:

ask the Rams if they regret taking gurley or the Cowboys taking elliot or even the jags taking Fournette. gurantee you they dont regret it.  RBs are becoming more valued and Barkley is the best Back to probably come out since AP

Yes, we'd have regretted taking Gurley if it was at the expense of a franchise QB and we didn't have one.

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Here's my entry:

QB: (Round 1) (Still trying to decide; will edit later)
RB: John Kelly (Round 6)
RB: Phillip Lindsay (UDFA)
WR: Antonio Callaway (Round 4)
WR: Equanimeous St. Brown (Round 6)
SLWR: Michael Gallip (Round 3)
TE: Dallas Goedert (Round 2)
LT: Geron Christian (Round 3)
LG: Tyrell Crosby (Round 5)
C: Martinas Rankin (Round 3)
RG: Jamil Demby (Round 6)
RT: Orlando Brown (Round 3)

DE: John Franklin-Myers (Round 4)
NT: Tim Settle (Round 5)
DT: Maurice Hurst (Round 5)
OLB: Harold Landry (Round 2)
ILB: Josey Jewell (Round 4)
ILB: Shaquem Griffin (Round 5)
OLB: Obo Okoronkwo (Round 5)
Rotational EDGE: Josh Sweat (Round 4)
CB: Josh Jackson (Round 2)
FS: Justin Reid (Round 3)
SS: Kyzir White (Round 4)
CB: Anthony Averett (Round 4)
Nickel CB: Nick Nelson (Round 4)

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1 hour ago, jrry32 said:

Yes, we'd have regretted taking Gurley if it was at the expense of a franchise QB and we didn't have one.

i know i dont regret picking Fournette over watson.  i mean Between the defense and fournette thats what carried the jags to the playoffs and getting relatively good bortles. 

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1 minute ago, LinderFournette said:

i know i dont regret picking Fournette over watson.  i mean Between the defense and fournette thats what carried the jags to the playoffs and getting relatively good bortles. 

Yea, the defense and Fournette had to carry the Jaguars because Bortles was mediocre. Combining a franchise QB with a top defense = Super Bowls.

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22 minutes ago, jrry32 said:

Yea, the defense and Fournette had to carry the Jaguars because Bortles was mediocre. Combining a franchise QB with a top defense = Super Bowls.

you dont need a Franchise QB to win a Superbowl. History has proven that. 

also to boot whos to say any of the qbs in this class are true franchise prospects. every single 1 has a flaw. 

Edited by LinderFournette

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