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I know I just posted one of these, but I wanted to make some adjustments after hearing some feedback along with adding a second round. Still getting familiar with prospects, so a lot of it is placing players with teams that have the need. Lots of guys are interchangeable at this point in the process. Only included the top free agents that I think are notable enough to tweak some teams’ draft plans.


Free Agency/Trades


  1. Nick Foles - Traded to Dolphins
  2. Ryan Tannehill - Signs with Patriots
  3. Teddy Bridgewater - Resigns with Saints
  4. Joe Flacco - Signs with Jaguars
  5. Ryan Fitzpatrick - Resigns with Buccaneers
  6. Tyrod Taylor - Signs with Texans


  1. Le’Veon Bell - Signs with Jets
  2. Kareem Hunt - Signs with Bears
  3. Mark Ingram - Resigns with Saints
  4. Tevin Coleman - Signs with Bills
  5. Jay Ajayi - Signs with Colts


  1. Antonio Brown - Traded to 49ers
  2. Chris Hogan - Signs with Titans
  3. Golden Tate - Signs with Colts
  4. Randall Cobb - Signs with Ravens
  5. Cole Beasley - Signs with Lions
  6. Devin Funchess - Resigns with Panthers
  7. Tyrell Williams - Signs with Jets
  8. Dez Bryant - Resigns with Saints
  9. John Brown - Signs with Cardinals


  1. Jared Cook - Resigns with Raiders
  2. Jesse James - Signs with Broncos
  3. Tyler Eifert - Resigns with Bengals
  4. Geoff Swaim - Resigns with Cowboys


  1. Trent Brown - Resigns with Patriots
  2. Roger Saffold - Resigns with Rams
  3. Ja’Wuan James - Resigns with Dolphins
  4. Donovan Smith - Signs with Texans
  5. Daryl Williams - Signs with Vikings
  6. Matt Paradis - Signs with Bills
  7. Mitch Morse - Resigns with Chiefs
  8. Ty Nsekhe - Signs with Bengals


  1. DeMarcus Lawrence - Resigns with Cowboys
  2. Jadeveon Clowney - Resigns with Texans
  3. Frank Clark - Resigns with Seahawks
  4. Trey Flowers - Resigns with Patriots
  5. Dee Ford - Resigns with Chiefs
  6. Ezekiel Ansah - Signs with Raiders
  7. Brandon Graham - Signs with Titans
  8. Za’Darius Smith - Signs with Jets
  9. Dante Fowler Jr. - Signs with Colts
  10. Cameron Wake - Resigns with Dolphins


  1. Grady Jarrett - Resigns with Falcons
  2. Ndamukong Suh - Signs with Browns
  3. Sheldon Richardson - Signs with Bills
  4. Muhammad Wilkerson - Resigns with Packers
  5. David Irving - Signs with Jets
  6. Danny Shelton - Signs with Lions
  7. Henry Anderson - Resigns with Jets


  1. Anthony Barr - Resigns with Vikings
  2. CJ Mosley - Resigns with Ravens
  3. Shane Ray - Signs with Chiefs
  4. KJ Wright - Resigns with Seahawks
  5. Preston Smith - Signs with Colts
  6. Jordan Hicks - Signs with Browns
  7. Shaquil Barrett - Signs with Seahawks
  8. Deone Bucannon - Signs with Steelers
  9. Clay Matthews - Signs with Bengals
  10. Derrick Morgan - Signs with Packers


  1. Jason Verrett - Resigns with Chargers
  2. Ronald Darby - Resigns with Eagles
  3. Bradley Roby - Resigns with Broncos
  4. Darqueze Dennard - Signs with Cardinals
  5. Morris Claiborne - Resigns with Jets
  6. Kareem Jackson - Resigns with Texans
  7. Brent Grimes - Signs with Broncos
  8. Bryce Callahan - Resigns with Bears
  9. Steven Nelson - Signs with Bengals
  10. Pierre Desir - Resigns with Colts


  1. Landon Collins - Resigns with Giants
  2. Earl Thomas - Signs with Cowboys
  3. Adrian Amos - Signs with Packers
  4. Lamarcus Joyner - Signs with Redskins
  5. HaHa Clinton-Dix - Signs with 49ers
  6. Eric Reid - Resigns with Panthers
  7. George Iloka - Signs with Colts
  8. Tyrann Mathieu - Signs with Chiefs
  9. Tre Boston - Resigns with Cardinals



Round 1

  1. Arizona Cardinals: Nick Bosa, DE Ohio State

The Cardinals could go in many different directions here, but with a roster that lacks star power, Bosa is the safest way to go. Putting Bosa across from Chandler Jones will create a dynamic 1-2 punch.


  1. San Francisco 49ers: Josh Allen, DE Kentucky

Even with the recent investments on the defensive line, the need for an edge rusher is still obvious. Allen could be what Aldon Smith should’ve been, and can be a 10+ sack guy day one. Expect plenty of trade calls starting here.


  1. *Jacksonville Jaguars: Dwayne Haskins, QB Ohio State

Jaguars trade #7, #38, and their 2020 1st round pick to New York for #3 and their 2019 5th round pick

Regardless of whatever QB action goes on in free agency, (I have them signing Flacco in this scenario) a long term option here is needed. Jacksonville has to jump New York and other teams looking to trade up to get their choice of a QB.


  1. Oakland Raiders: Quinnen Williams, DT Alabama

Defensive tackle isn’t the biggest need in Oakland, but the star potential in Williams is too much to pass up. The Raiders are armed with three 1st round selections, so the direction they go at #4 sets the tone for Mayock in his first draft. He and Gruden are seem comfortable with going the BPA route.


  1. *Denver Broncos: Drew Lock, QB Missouri

Denver trades #10, #72, and their 2020 1st round pick to Tampa Bay for #5

Unless this is a smokescreen, it seems John Elway is enamored with Lock. Staying at #10 is too much of a risk with teams ready to trade in front of them. Elway doesn’t shy away from adding new QB’s and Keemun clearly isn’t the answer.


  1. New York Giants: Clelin Ferrell, DE Clemson

The Kyler Murray rumors should be red hot here, with fans dreaming about the possibility of a Murray/Barkley/OBJ trio. New York sticks to the plan and takes the top player remaining on their board. The pass rush struggled after the JPP trade, so the hope is Ferrell can step right in and be the next great Giants DE.


  1. New York Jets (via JAX): Jonah Williams, OT Alabama

After the trade down, New York puts themselves in a better position to pick their next franchise left tackle while also adding some draft capital they lost in the Darnold trade last season. Williams can start at guard until he’s ready.


  1. Detroit Lions: Rashan Gary, DE Michigan

I expect this pick to be the best defensive lineman remaining here. Gary will replace the departed Ansah and will hope to bring to life a pass rush that’s been stagnant the last few years.


  1. *Washington Redskins: Kyler Murray, QB Oklahoma

Washington trades #15, their 2019 5th round pick, and their 2020 1st round pick to Buffalo for #9 and their 2019 4th round pick

Washington is in a tough situation with no viable QB option (for the present or future) and little cap room to fix it. The Redskins pull the trigger on a trade up for Murray, who can add a much needed spark to an offense that desperately needs it.


  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via DEN): Jawaan Taylor, OT Florida

With Bruce Arians now in charge, the offense could look a little different in 2019. Donovan Smith is a free agent and if Winston is the guy, protection is needed. Taylor can start right away.


  1. Cincinnati Bengals: Devin White, LB LSU

With an already solid roster, the Bengals can proceed with their BPA approach, while also filling a major need. White is an athletic linebacker that can replace Burfict if he’s forced into retirement.


  1. *Cleveland Browns: Ed Oliver, DT Houston

Cleveland trades #17, #81, and #134 to Green Bay Packers for #12 and their 2020 5th round pick

For the first time in a while, the Browns come into the draft with few glaring needs. With their usual stockpile of picks, Dorsey and company trade up a few spots for Oliver, who falls further than expected due to size and character concerns. Cleveland feels the need to trade up because every team from 12-16 could be in line for his services.


  1. Miami Dolphins: Greedy Williams, CB LSU

After surrendering a 3rd round pick for Nick Foles, Miami can now focus their attention to the defense. Williams could form a great duo with Xavien Howard, or replace him if the trade “rumors” come to fruition. New head coach Brian Flores gets his Stephon Gilmore.


  1. Atlanta Falcons: Jeffery Simmons, DT Mississippi State

It’s no secret Atlanta needs help up front. Even with the resigning of Jarrett, Simmons could still be the target to add to a young line that now looks like a solid group.


  1. Buffalo Bills (via WAS): Cody Ford, OT Oklahoma

Lesean McCoy is right - this line needs help. And while Josh Allen is an exceptional runner, Bills fans would probably like to see him running for his life less often. Ford is a legitimate NFL guard or tackle.


  1. Carolina Panthers: Montez Sweat, DE Mississippi State

Julius Peppers has called it a career and this pass rush has little to no depth left. Enter Sweat, who dominated senior bowl week and has the physical tools Carolina looks for.


  1. Green Bay Packers (via CLE): Brian Burns, DE Florida State

Green Bay needs a pass rush as bad as anybody, and this draft is full of them. Burns should get reps right away with a potential defensive rookie of the year award in his future if he’s used correctly.


  1. *Houston Texans: Greg Little, OT Ole Miss

Houston trades #23 and #54 to Minnesota for #18 and their 2019 4th round pick

Deshaun Watson was sacked more times than any other QB last season, and with two ACL tears in his past, protecting him should be the top priority. Houston is armed with two 2nd round picks, which should be enough to entice a team to trade with them.


  1. Tennessee Titans: Dexter Lawrence, DT Clemson

Tennessee could go a number of different directions with this pick, but with the projected signings of Hogan and Graham, the Titans would be smart to get Jurrell Casey a running mate. Lawrence has plenty of potential and will get plenty of chances to show it with Vrabel leading the way.


  1. Pittsburgh Steelers: Byron Murphy, CB Washington

Joe Haden isn’t getting any younger and Artie Burns hasn’t panned out. Pittsburgh should take the best CB remaining if they address ILB in free agency.


  1. *Los Angeles Chargers: Devin Bush, LB Michigan

Los Angeles trades #28, #92, and #156 to Seattle for #21 and their 2020 5th round pick

Playing seven DB’s at a time isn’t ideal. With injuries and Perryman a free agent, LA needs a leader in the LB’s corps badly. A team like Seattle could make a trade happen for a discount with only four picks in their arsenal.


  1. Baltimore Ravens: DK Metcalf, WR Ole Miss

Lamar Jackson struggled mightily passing the football last season, and maybe his receivers were to blame. Picking up the best WR here in Metcalf would be a smart investment. 


  1. Minnesota Vikings (via HOU): Christian Wilkins, DT Clemson

Offensive line is the consensus pick, but with Richardson likely to leave in free agency, a replacement is needed next to Joseph. Wilkins is an interesting option Minnesota wasn’t planning on having.


  1. Oakland Raiders (via CHI): Mack Wilson, LB Alabama

Much like the Chargers, Oakland is in need of a LB badly. Wilson will give this defense an identity, and reunion with Quinnen Williams could benefit them both. Taking a couple Alabama stars would be a smart way to go for a team that needs help everywhere.


  1. Philadelphia Eagles: Zach Allen, DE Boston College

With Graham a free agent and Long/Bennett aging, this defensive line needs to retool. Adding Allen across from Barnett gives Philly two young edge rushers with plenty of potential.


  1. Indianapolis Colts: DeAndre Baker, CB Georgia

If their playoff game against Kansas City wasn’t an indicator of what this team needs, I don’t know what is. The one real weakness on this improved defense still resides in the secondary, where Baker should be able to make an impact.


  1. Oakland Raiders (via DAL): Hakeem Butler, WR Iowa State

The defense gets the attention early in the night, but Carr needs more weapons to be successful. Butler seems like the perfect blend of size and speed Oakland’s been craving.


  1. *New York Giants: Daniel Jones, QB Duke

New York trades #37, #132, and their 2020 3rd round pick to Seattle for #28

It’s obvious Eli Manning is on the decline, and Jones surprisingly being available makes Gettleman antsy. Jones is exactly what this team looks for in QB’s and more, and can sit a year before taking over in 2020.


  1. Kansas City Chiefs: Trayvon Mullen, CB Clemson

If there’s one thing holding back this team from the Super Bowl, it’s the secondary. Fuller isn’t terrible, but the group as a whole could use a boost. Mullen is the best available option here.


  1. Green Bay Packers (via NO): Noah Fant, TE Iowa

Jimmy Graham hasn’t worked out, and whether he’s in Green Bay next season or not, Rodgers needs to get his Jermichael Finley 2.0. Fant is an athletic freak that will provide different matchup problems for opposing defenses and opens up lanes for Aaron Jones.


  1. Los Angeles Rams: Jachai Polite, DE Florida

LA has the luxury of taking the best player available here. Polite falls further than expected due to size concerns, but shouldn’t make it to round two. Polite could replace Fowler Jr. if he bolts in free agency.


  1. New England Patriots: TJ Hockenson, TE Iowa

Sadly, Gronk may have played his final game. While New England doesn’t necessarily draft for need, the depth chart isn’t encouraging. This offense runs more smoothly when there’s a legitimate TE threat.


Round 2

  1. Arizona Cardinals: Dalton Risner, OT Kansas State

If Arizona doesn’t trade down and take an offensive lineman round one, they should make it a priority in round two. Risner could easily go in round one.


  1. Indianapolis Colts (via NYJ): N’Keal Harry, WR Arizona State

TY Hilton could use a running mate. Harry is a gifted receiver that could take this already dangerous offense to the next level.


  1. Oakland Raiders: Deionte Thompson, S Alabama

Three former Alabama defenders in Oakland? Thompson is a potential top 20 pick that falls due to team needs. Someone to patrol the secondary with Karl Joseph could be the target here.


  1. Pittsburgh Steelers (via SF): Andre Dillard, OT Washington State

Pittsburgh trades Antonio Brown to San Francisco for #36 and their 2020 3rd round pick

At this point it seems as if Brown’s relationship with the Steelers can’t be fixed. The 49ers create the best offer with no teams willing to surrender a 1st round pick. Pittsburgh could use a young option on the offensive line to fill in for any free agency departures.


  1. Seattle Seahawks (via NYG): Taylor Rapp, S Washington

After trading down twice, Seattle finally makes a pick. Rapp gets the call as the replacement for Earl Thomas if/when he departs. Seattle hasn’t picked in the first round since 2011.


  1. New York Jets (via JAX): Charles Omenihu, DE Texas

New York probably would’ve taken Josh Allen had he been there, but with such a deep DE draft, there are plenty of options in round two. Omenihu helped his stock during senior bowl week.


  1. *Detroit Lions: Julian Love, CB Notre Dame

Detroit trades #43 and #105 to Tampa Bay for #39 and #193

With Darius Slay already locked in as the #1 corner, Detroit sees the opportunity to nab his perfect compliment. Adding play makers to this defense is a must.


  1. Buffalo Bills: Kelvin Harmon, WR NC State

It’s not a matter of if Buffalo will address the WR position, it’s a matter of when. Harmon has the potential to be the #1 option for Josh Allen as the Bills make an effort to provide him a more talented supporting cast.


  1. Denver Broncos: David Edwards, OT Wisconsin

Denver’s line isn’t terrible, but providing young QB’s with plenty of protection is key in today’s NFL. Veldheer will eventually need to be replaced.


  1. Cincinnati Bengals: Yodny Cajuste, OT West Virginia

The Bengals two real needs are a LB and OT. Whichever is the pick in round one, the other will likely be addressed in round two.


  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via DET): Nasir Adderley, S Delaware

Justin Evans needs some help (or competition?) in the secondary. I expect Adderley to impress at the combine and has a very good shot at going much earlier.


  1. Green Bay Packers: Chris Lindstrom, OG Boston College

To piggyback off of the Fant pick in round one, the Aaron brothers need more help. The interior of the Packers offensive line is weak, and with edge and tight end already covered, guard could be next.


  1. *Pittsburgh Steelers: Marquise Brown, WR Oklahoma

Pittsburgh trades #52 and #116 to Atlanta for #45

Replacing Brown with Brown makes too much sense. JuJu is already pencilled in as WR1, but Pittsburgh could use a speed guy to take the top off a defense. Trading ahead of Washington/Miami/Cleveland/Tennessee is necessary to make sure they get their guy.


  1. Washington Redskins: Deebo Samuel, WR South Carolina

Adding Murray in day one is just the start. Washington is in dire need of a go to receiver, and Samuel could be that guy. Crowder is a FA and Doctson is on a short leash.


  1. Carolina Panthers: Erick McCoy, C Texas A&M

This may seem high for McCoy, but centers are an integral pieces of the line. Kalil is retired so a replacement is needed.


  1. Miami Dolphins: Dre’mont Jones, DT Ohio State

Miami has made it be known improving the trenches is a big priority this season. Jones is a potential first round pick that could improve a below average run defense.


  1. Cleveland Browns: Amani Oruwariye, CB Penn State

CB isn’t a pressing need, but Ward could use some help. Cleveland could certainly use an upgrade from Gaines, Mitchell, and Carrie.


  1. Minnesota Vikings: Garrett Bradbury, OG NC State

Cousins wasn’t great in his first year as a Viking, and the line made it hard to succeed at times. Bradbury will add protection up front while also helping to create holes for Cook.


  1. Tennessee Titans: AJ Brown, WR Ole Miss

Hogan and Davis are a good start, but this offense needs as many weapons as it can get. Brown gives another dimension to an offense that could see themselves fall behind the Colts and Texans if adjustments aren’t made.


  1. Atlanta Falcons (via PIT): Beau Benzschawel, OG Wisconsin

DT was taken care of in round two so acquiring a young guard prospect could be the focus on day two. Levitre is solid, but at 32, who knows how much time he has left.


  1. Philadelphia Eagles (via BAL): Kaleb McGary, OT Washington

Along with the defensive line, the offensive line could use a look come draft time. Peters won’t play forever so a young developmental player could warrant consideration here.


  1. Minnesota Vikings (via HOU): Rock Ya-Sin, CB Temple

DT and OG are checked off the list, and Zimmer loves grooming young corners. Ya-Sin could be the eventual replacement for Trae Waynes.


  1. Houston Texans: Kristian Fulton, CB LSU

Houston could use some work in the secondary. Fulton gets the call here as the top remaining corner prospect on Houston’s board.


  1. *Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Josh Jacobs, RB Alabama

Tampa Bay trades their 2020 2nd round pick to New England for #56

The Bucs stay busy, making a third trade in the first two rounds. Ronald Jones didn’t show much of anything last year and the other options are less than ideal. With few needs and a second 2nd round pick a few picks later, New England is willing to make a trade reminiscent of the deal they made with Chicago for Anthony Miller last year.


  1. Philadelphia Eagles: Jerry Tillery, DT Notre Dame

Rebuilding the trenches should be the focus early and often for the Eagles. Tillery is a young, big body that could get Philly’s attention.


  1. Dallas Cowboys: Irv Smith Jr., TE Alabama

Blake Jarwin showed promise last season, but his numbers were inflated due to that Giants game week 17. Smith could easily be the best TE in this class when all is said and done. Dallas needs to finally secure their Witten replacement.


  1. *Green Bay Packers: Chase Winovich, DE Michigan

Green Bay trades #76, #108, and their 2020 5th round pick to Los Angeles for #59

Adding Burns in round one isn’t enough for the Packers. Depth is key, and with plenty of picks in the middle rounds, Green Bay is willing to package a few of them to get their guy.


  1. Los Angeles Chargers: Gerald Willis, DT Miami

Once again, the seven DB lineup shouldn’t be the norm. Putting Willis on a line that already boasts Bosa and Gordon could be dangerous.


  1. Kansas City Chiefs: Connor McGovern, OG Penn State

Kansas City could use some depth in the interior offensive line. McGovern could work as depth before taking over full time.


  1. *Oakland Raiders: Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, DB Florida

Oakland trades #66 and their 2019 5th round pick to New Orleans for #62 and their 2019 7th round pick

Adding a DT, LB, and Safety along with whatever they choose to do in free agency  is a good start. Gardner-Johnson will likely play corner, but can be moved all around.


  1. Kansas City Chiefs (via LAR): David Montgomery, RB Iowa State

Spencer Ware and Damien Williams are a respectable duo, but a change of pace runner like Montgomery could make this offense even more lethal.


  1. New England Patriots: Marquise Copeland, DT Cincinnati

Shelton is unlikely to return, so some help at DT is essential. Leave it to New England to pick a player I know very little about.

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The Steelers don't really have any need for an early round O-linemen. Maybe if we lose Foster, Finney, and Gilbert. I can't imagine that happening. Adderly is a better pick, I suppose. Pretty much any position other than O-line would be better. 

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Pats 2nd round trade makes no sense, there's no incentive for them whatsoever.  Why would they trade a 2nd round pick this year for only a 2nd round pick next year that theoretically could end up being later than the 56th pick, you'd have to add another pick going to the Pats for it to work.  You used the Chicago trade as an example in your explanation but the Pats' traded pick #51 to the Bears for their '19 2nd round pick AND their '18 4th round pick (#105).  Coincidentally after the compensatory picks are accounted for, Tampa Bay will have pick 105 this year.

Also, Tannehill to Pats will never happen, they'll draft a QB this year, cut Hoyer, and Etling/drafted QB will be Brady's backups until he retires.

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Lindstrom, McCoy, Bradbury or Elgton Jenkins in the second for Denver if Paradis leaves and Risner isn't available.


Also we won't block Yiadom by signings two CBs in free agency......if we sign more than 1 DB would be 1 CB and 1 S. 

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I love the Browns 1st round but hate that you had us sign Suh in FA and would really prefer just about anyone else( Grady or Richardson would be awesome and I really don't think Atl has the cap space to resign Grady but I could be wrong), I also really like the Hicks pick up. 2nd round I like the position you picked but not the player, I would much rather prefer Rock Ya-Sin. 

Both hits and misses but great effort. 

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Round 2 pick 58 belongs to the Colts. 

I doubt the Colts pick up Golden Tate, I’d rather them resign Inman and add the WR in the draft. Ballard also said he’s not concerned about the WR position because of the talent at TE. 

I don’t have anything directly from Ballard to base it off of but from my memory of the Colts last time running the Tampa2 they really didn’t put any emphasis on CB. Late round picks (with the exception of drafting Marlin Jackson and Kelvin Hayden in the first 2 rounds of 2005) and UDFA 

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Why do the Bills move down twice in this draft and only get a 1st out of next year? Seems off.

As for the Paradis, Ford and Harmon, well done.

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i'd prefer to see safety there for the Vikings with the last Vikings pick in round two. I like the trade down though in round one.

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1 hour ago, Wyld Stallyns said:

Round 2 pick 58 belongs to the Colts. 

59 is ours, which he has us trading to GB.  He wrote Los Angeles for some reason though.


Ballard also said he’s not concerned about the WR position because of the talent at TE

He didn't say that he wasn't concerned about WR.  He just said the emergence of Ebron helped offset the hole at WR2.  Sounded to me like he understood the importance of finding another threat but is comfortable enough with where we are if nothing materializes.  


I don’t have anything directly from Ballard to base it off of but from my memory of the Colts last time running the Tampa2 they really didn’t put any emphasis on CB. Late round picks (with the exception of drafting Marlin Jackson and Kelvin Hayden in the first 2 rounds of 2005) and UDFA 

Well when he talked about our biggest needs he did mention guys who can "lock up and play man to man" right after he talked about edge rushers.  Oh and don't forget Tim Jennings and Jerraud Powers.


Personally I love this mock.  Baker is a great fit in our D and excels in man and zone.  Harry is seemingly the perfect compliment to TY in terms of skill set.  My biggest gripe is no DL but Fowler is a decent add in FA.

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Blah. I don't see Zach Allen as a 4-3 DE at all. 

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In the 1st would rather go Greg Little, Dexter Jackson or Dalton Risner with the first and then Polite at #30.

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Very good for MN. Though, I'm not sure Daryl Williams is a fit in a ZBS.

As for the draft, the trade down is good and addressing DT makes sense given the decision to sign Barr over Richardson.

I hate the pick at 54. It doesn't make sense given all the CB depth MN has. Even if Waynes is not a long term option, they've got Mike Hughes (1st rd pick) and Holton Hill who can play outside. Alexander is good in the slot. Give MN a TE here.

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good jags pick. wish we would save money instead of using money on Flacco and instead use it on a wr/TE and get a guy like Josh mcCown to be a mentor for haskins

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I don’t like that we let Smith walk, also don’t like that we didn’t pounce on ANY top FAs, but absolutely LOVE the draft trades. Good selections too. Jacobs that’s late is a steal.

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