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2018 Standings

AFC
East: 4-Patriots (11-5), Dolphins (6-10), Jets (5-11), Bills (3-13)
North: H-Steelers (12-4), Ravens (7-9), Browns (6-10), Bengals (4-12)
South: 3-Jaguars (11-5), 5-Texans (10-6), Titans (7-9), Colts (5-11)
West: 2-Chargers (12-4), 6-Broncos (10-6), Chiefs (8-8), Raiders (5-11)

NFC
East: 3-Eagles (12-4), Redskins (8-8), Cowboys (7-9), Giants (5-11)
North: 2-Packers (12-4), 6-Vikings (10-6), Bears (8-8), Lions (2-14)
South: H-Saints (13-3), 5-Falcons (10-6), Panthers (9-7), Bucs (4-12)
West: 4-49ers (10-6), Rams (10-6), Cardinals (8-8), Seahawks (5-11)

Wild Card
AFC: Broncos over Jaguars, Pats over Texans
NFC: Eagles over Vikings, 49ers over Falcons

Divisional Round
AFC: Chargers over Pats, Steelers over Broncos
NFC: Packers over Eagles, Saints over 49ers

Championship Games
AFC: Steelers over Chargers
NFC: Packers over Saints

SB 53: Packers over Steelers (Aaron Rodgers, MVP)

OFF-SEASON PREDICTIONS

Coaches gone at end of season: Adam Gase (Miami), John Harbaugh (Baltimore), Dirk Koetter (Tampa Bay), Matt Patricia (Detroit), Pete Carroll (Seattle)

Players in new places: Matt Stafford (from DET to JAX for a 2nd rounder), Jameis Winston (from TB to NE for a 3rd-rounder), Ryan Tannehill (relased by MIA, signs with BUF to back up Allen), Le’Veon Bell (traded from PIT to SF for first and third rounder).

2019 FIRST ROUND MOCK:

1. Detroit (2-14): Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon
2. Buffalo (3-13): Ed Oliver, DT, Houston
3. Cincinnati (4-12): Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio St.
4. Tampa Bay (4-12): Jarrett Stidham, QB, Auburn
5. Oakland (5-11): Raekwon Davis, DL, Alabama
6. Seattle (5-11): Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn
7. Indianapolis (5-11): Clelin Ferrell, EDGE, Clemson
8. N.Y. Giants (5-11): David Edwards, OT, Wisconsin
9. N.Y. Jets (5-11): Joe Jackson, EDGE, Miami
10. Cleveland (6-10): Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss
11. Miami (6-10): Rashan Gary, DT, Michigan
12. Tennessee (7-9): Devin White, LB, LSU
13. Dallas (7-9): A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss
14. Baltimore (7-9): Brian Burns, EDGE, Fla. St.
15. Oakland (from CHI): Greedy Williams, CB, LSU
16. Kansas City (8-8): DeAndre Baker, CB, Georgia
17. Arizona (8-8): Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson
18. Washington (8-8): Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
19. Carolina (9-7): Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson
20. L.A. Rams (10-6): Terrell Lewis, EDGE, Alabama
21. Houston (10-6): Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama
22. Minnesota (10-6): Trey Adams, OT, Washington
23. Atlanta (10-6): Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson
24. Jacksonville (12-4): Andre Dillard, OT, Wash. St.
25. Denver (10-6): Josh Allen, LB, Kentucky
26. Pittsburgh (from SF): Montez Sweat, EDGE, Miss. St.
27. New England (11-5): Chase Winovich, EDGE, Michigan
28. Philadelphia (12-4): Bryce Love, RB, Stanford
29. San Diego (12-4): Tre Lamar, LB, Clemson
30. Green Bay (from NO): Jalen Jelks, EDGE, Oregon
31. Pittsburgh (11-5): Clayton Thorson, QB, Northwestern
32. Green Bay (12-4): Damien Harris, RB, Alabama

 

 

 

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No argument with the Colts pick. Though if Turay or Basham can live up to their potential I could see the Colts taking a WR or DT instead 

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Ferrell is a fine pick for the Colts.  I'd probably lean towards Gary though since he'd be the perfect 3T for the new scheme.

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I’m good with Bosa for the Bengals if somehow we end up that low, offensive line and QB play must have been really bad for us to end up there

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No way in hell Tampa takes Jared Stidham. Stidham is pure trash. It Tampa dumps Winston then they can get someone like Will Grier in the 2nd or 3rd round. 

This draft is full of very talented D-linemen. If Tampa does somehow pick top 5. They need to take one to replace JPP and Curry. Raekwon Davis or Clellin Ferrell would be better. 

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14 hours ago, 7DnBrnc53 said:

30. Green Bay (from NO): Jalen Jelks, EDGE, Oregon
32. Green Bay (12-4): Damien Harris, RB, Alabama

Only thing better about the draft slots is New Orleans flaming out.  Looking at the picks, seems EDGE is destined to be a high pick.  But RB is unlikely.  They like what they have in Jamaal Williams and Aaron Jones, so RB isn't a huge need.  Also, the highest they've spent a pick on a RB was a late 2nd with Brandon Jackson and Eddie Lacy and that was in that 56-64 range.  They won't take a RB in the first round IMO.  Seems more likely that our first two picks will be some combination of EDGE, OT, and S.

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I think the Patriots should go LB or draft the TE from Iowa Fant

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On 9/5/2018 at 6:31 PM, 7DnBrnc53 said:

2019 FIRST ROUND MOCK:


5. Oakland (5-11): Raekwon Davis, DL, Alabama

15. Oakland (from CHI): Greedy Williams, CB, LSU

 

 

 

Love the second pick.  If you're filling needs, go with Devin White with the first pick.  DL May be an issue going forward, but we just invested three picks in the DL this past draft.  Key should do just fine and Hurst and Hall showed great promise in the preseason. 

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Bell isnt being traded....although I would love to see it.

And the Steelers wont draft a QB next year unless they can somehow land a special talent in the late first, and that sure as hell wont be Thorson.

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On 9/5/2018 at 9:31 PM, 7DnBrnc53 said:

Matt Stafford (from DET to JAX for a 2nd rounder)

1. Detroit (2-14): Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

I frankly think your view of Matt Stafford is borderline insane. There is no way the Lions will go 2-14, and Stafford will be traded for a second-round pick. Not a chance.

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1 hour ago, AlNFL19 said:

I frankly think your view of Matt Stafford is borderline insane. There is no way the Lions will go 2-14, and Stafford will be traded for a second-round pick. Not a chance.

im a jags fan but stafford for just a 2nd is a steal but then you have to factor in the Salary and ya i dont see the jags trading a 2nd for stafford unless they are shipping bortles out but with that being said im pretty sure the jags just want a guy who wont turn the ball over and doesnt make many bad plays so like a game manager.  jags dont need a top 10ish QB to win a superbowl with how Marrone and coughlin want to play ball.  they wanna run the ball up and down your throats. its the reason why we brought in Andrew Norwell on a big contract instead of resigning allen robinson. 

as much as i wanna say the Dillard pick isnt bad i dont think the jags can pass up adding an Edge rusher as we currently have Ngakoue(extension has to be coming), Fowler(free agent to be), McCray(STer at best). Smoot is apparently our 3rd big end on the roster with bryan and campbell ahead of him. i wonder if smoot playing more of a true pass rushing spot would help him. even with that Smoot hasnt shown much in the way of pass rush.  

 

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On 9/5/2018 at 11:08 PM, freak_of_nature said:

I don't think Gase gets the boot. I love the Gary pick at DE.

People really don't understand what type of stability Gase has. I'd talk about a hot seat maybe in year 4; gets an extra year due to all of the injuries last year. 

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