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We accept the Steelers trade for Akhello Witherspoon for a 2023 5th round pick. The roster spot is remaining open for Hunter Bryant's return or maybe Jace Sternberger should the Packers release him after his suspension is up in a few weeks.

2022 draft picks:
1. Chicago Bears (from Justin Fields trade, IRL NYG holds this pick)
1. Oakland Renegades
2. Carolina Panthers (from trade from #2 overall, IRL CAR holds this pick)
2. Oakland Renegades
3. Oakland Renegades
4. Chicago Bears (from moving down from #39, IRL CAR holds this pick)
4. Oakland Renegades
5. Oakland Renegades
6. Oakland Renegades
7. Oakland Renegades
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2023 draft picks:
1. Oakland Renegades
2. Oakland Renegades
3. Oakland Renegades
4. Oakland Renegades
5. Oakland Renegades
5. Seattle Seahawks via Pittsburgh
6. Oakland Renegades
7. Oakland Renegades

CB

Steven Nelson

AJ Green

Tay Gowan

CB

Desmond King

Amik Robertson

 

Nickel

Thomas Graham

 

 

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I’m excited about how a lot of my players have played, but major oof on the injury front.

Edit: Instead of bumping my thread, I'll just edit this most recent post. I am trading Amik Robertson for Jacob Eason. IRL the Colts waived Eason, but since both players were similar draft prospect range I'll offer Amik Robertson for him. If they wouldn't accept I'd waiver claim him and waive Robertson for room so I feel like it's safe to assume I could get the trade.

Jacob Eason (#10) 2020 - 780,000 || 2021 - 895,000 || 2023 - 1,010,000

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Finally found what compensation Charles Omenihu got from the trade deadline (2023 6th) and have decided to beat that with the 2023 5th we got from the Ahkello Witherspoon trade earlier. Omenihu assumes the role Henry Anderson had prior to his injury.

2021 472,222 2022 965,000

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Updated Madden Ratings

Player

Position / Madden Grade

Tua Tagovailoa

QB / 73

Brett Rypien

QB / 58

Jacob Eason

QB / 62

Javonte Williams

RB / 78 (+3)

Jamaal Williams

RB / 77

Eno Benjamin

RB / 66

Alec Ingold

FB / 76 (+1)

Corey Davis

WR / 81 (-2)

Quintez Cephus

WR / 73 (+3)

Donovan Peoples Jones

WR / 72 (+2)

Jamison Crowder

WR / 80

Kelvin Harmon

WR / NA

Will Fuller V

WR / 82 (-3)

Eric Ebron

TE / 79 (-4)

Sammis Reyes

TE / 57

Hunter Bryant

TE / 65

Christian Darrisaw

OT / 72 (+1)

Jack Conklin

OT / 80 (+1)

Josh Jones

OT / 68 (+2)

Carson Green

OT / NA

Dalton Risner

OG / 79 (-2)

Wyatt Davis

OG / 63 (-3)

Ben Bredeson

OG / 65 (+1)

Lloyd Cushenberry

OC / 70 (+1)

Scott Quessenberry

OC / 65

Nick Bosa

DE / 93 (+3)

Shaq Barrett

DE / 90 (+2)

Yetur Gross Matos

DE / 75

AJ Epenesa

DE/DT / 74 (+2)

Charles Omenihu

DE/DT / 71

Henry Anderson

DE/DT / 73 (-2)

Alim McNeill

DT / 71

Marvin Wilson

DT / NA (-66)

Zach Allen

DT / 72 (+2)

Rashard Lawrence

DT / 65

Cory Littleton

LB / 73 (-1)

Jabril Cox 

LB / 67 (+1)

Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah

LB / 77 (+5)

Mack Wilson

LB / 69 (+1)

Shaka Toney

LB / 64

Kevin Pierre-Louis

LB / 70 (-2)

Kamu Grugier-Hill

LB / 72

Desmond King

CB / 81 (-2)

Steven Nelson

CB / 80 (-`1)

Thomas Graham Jr.

CB / NA

Tay Gowan

CB / 65 (+2)

AJ Green

CB / 63 (+63)

John Johnson III

S / 86

Jaquan Johnson

S / 68 (+1)

Lamar Jackson

S / NA (-62)

Deshon Elliott

S / 81 (+1)

Joseph Charlton

P / 71 (-1)

Rodrigo Blankenship

K / 76

Morgan Cox

LS / 29

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Halfway through the season mock:

2022 draft picks:
1. Chicago Bears (from Justin Fields trade, IRL NYG holds this pick) -- Jordan Davis, DT Georgia
1. Oakland Renegades -- Kaiir Elam, CB Florida
1/2. Carolina Panthers (from trade from #2 overall, IRL CAR holds this pick [1st if CAR is a wildcard+ team in 21, 2nd otherwise) -- Tyler Linderbaum, C Iowa
2. Oakland Renegades -- Trey McBride, TE Colorado State
3. Oakland Renegades -- Josh Jobe, CB Alabama
4. Chicago Bears (from moving down from #39, IRL CAR holds this pick) -- Jalen Tolbert, WR South Alabama
4. Oakland Renegades -- Charlie Kolar, TE Iowa State
5. Oakland Renegades -- Thomas Booker, DL Stanford
6. Oakland Renegades -- Justyn Ross, WR Clemson (assumption that medical fall ie. Trey Smith)
7. Oakland Renegades -- Dohnovan West, LG ASU (I don't think he last until the 7th, but wanted to list him to help remember)


which would look something like on a fast draft:

 

 

 

 

QB

Tua Tagovailoa

Brett Rypien

Jacob Eason

RB

Javonte Williams

Jamaal Williams

Eno Benjamin

FB

Alec Ingold

 

 

WR

Corey Davis

Kelvin Harmon

 

WR

Donovan Peoples-Jones

Jalen Tolbert

 

Slot

Quintez Cephus

Justyn Ross

 

TE

Trey McBride

Charlie Kolar

Sammis Reyes

LT

Christian Darrisaw

Josh Jones

 

LG

Dalton Risner

Dohnovan West

 

C

Tyler Linderbaum

Lloyd Cushenberry

 

RG

Wyatt Davis

Ben Bredeson

 

RT

Jack Conklin

Carson Green

 

 

 

 

 

Base End || 5Tech 

AJ Epenesa

Charles Omenihu

 

Nose Tackle || 1Tech

Alim McNeill

Rashard Lawrence

Marvin Wilson

Under Tackle || 3Tech

Jordan Davis

Thomas Booker

Zach Allen

Edge Rusher || 9 Tech

Nick Bosa

Yetur Gross Matos

 

SLB / Edge

Shaq Barrett

Shaka Toney

 

MLB

Jabril  Cox

Kevin Pierre-Louis

 

WLB

Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah

Mack Wilson

 

CB

Steven Nelson

AJ Green

 

CB

Kaiir Elam

Tay Gowan

 

Nickel

Josh Jobe

Thomas Graham

 

FS

John Johnson III

Jaquan Johnson

 

SS

Deshon Elliott

Lamar Jackson

 

P

Joseph Charlton

 

 

K

Rodrigo Blankenship

 

 

LS

Morgan Cox

 

 

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The Oakland Renegades are firing Kris Richard as Head Coach after three seasons. I posted earlier in the year the goal for extensions was a short term one is pick outside of the top ten, and a long term was make the playoffs this year. I think injuries bit us a touch too much and top 10 this year is 7 wins and I feel that is pretty close and I think 6 is realistic. We unfortunately lost Tua for a couple games early, and when he returned our WR group was battered, and our best offensive player got hurt around the return as well with Conklin.

The Renegades are promoting Aaron Glenn (interviewed Brian Flores, Brian Daboll and Matt Eberflus as well) and retaining our offensive coordinator Marcus Brady with a three year extension, so all coaches will have 4 year deals ('22, '23, '24, '25). Additionally going to hire out some more staff.

Head Coach - Aaron Glenn
Offensive Coordinator - Marcus Brady
Defensive Coordinator - Jerry Gray
Special Teams Coordinator - Tracy Smith
QB Coach - T.C. McCartney
RB Coach - Kennedy Polamalu
WR Coach - Keenan McCardell
TE Coach - Taylor Embree
OL Coach / Asst. HC - Mike Munchak
DL Coach - Andre Patterson
LB Coach - Larry Foote
DB Coach - Jonathan Cooley

With the regular season finished the Oakland Renegades finish the season 6-11 and will pick 8th (right before the 7 win teams ATL DEN NYJ WFT SEA). Additionally OAK holds the Bears first round pick from trading Justin Fields, so the Renegades will pick 7th and 8th in 2022. From the Panthers trade down from 2nd overall, the Renegades also have the 38th pick, as well as our natural 39th pick. In the third round we pick after the Bears at 72. In the fourth we hold the Bears pick (IRL held by NYG) at 103rd, as well as our natural 4th at 104th. In the last three rounds we only hold our natural picks which land at 136th after the Bears in the 5th, 166th before the Bears in the 6th, and 200 after the Bears in the 7th. Leaving us with a before compensatory picks announced list of:

1.007
1.008
2.038
2.039
3.072
4.103
4.104
5.166
6.166
7.200

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Just curious if the other posters think my projection of 6-11 seems reasonable to the other posters. I won't take offense if you think my team has more or less wins, I just want to have a more accurate positioning for the draft.

QB: Tua Tagovailoa, Brett Rypien (2 starts), Jamie Newman (only was on the roster when Tua was hurt), Jacob Eason (picked up in trade when he was waived as QB3)
RB: Javonte Williams, Jamaal Williams, Eno Benjamin (Williams would split carries, with Javonte being a bellcow when Jamaal was hurt)
FB: Alec Ingold (got hurt)
WR: Corey Davis (got hurt), Quintez Cephus (got hurt)
WR: Donovan Peoples Jones, Kelvin Harmon (WFT PS irl)
SLOT: Will Fuller V (got hurt), Jamison Crowder
TE: [essentially none] Eric Ebron (terrible despite the name value and contract), Hunter Bryant (hurt), Sammis Reyes (end of roster WFT)
LT: Christian Darrisaw (hurt early), Josh Jones
LG: Dalton Risner
OC: Lloyd Cushenberry, Scott Quessenberry
RG: Wyatt Davis (irl didn't play), Ben Bredeson (was very bad on NYG, but started games irl)
RT: Jack Conklin (fantastic, but got hurt), Carson Green (I don't think he played irl)

[with Conklin out my vision is LT: Darrisaw LG: Jones 😄 Quessenberry RG: Cushenberry RT: Risner]

DE: AJ Epenesa, Henry Anderson/Charles Omenihu (Anderson went on IR, Omenihu was traded for to replace, they rotate at 5tech with Epenesa and 3tech in passing situations)
NT: Alim McNeill, Rashard Lawrence, Marvin Wilson
DT: Zach Allen, [Marvin Wilson]
DE: Nick Bosa, Yetur Gross Matos
LB/EDGE: Shaq Barrett, Shaka Toney
LB: Jabril Cox (got hurt), Kevin Pierre-Louis, Corey Littleton
LB: Jeremiah Owusu Koramoah, Kamu Grugier-Hill, Mack Wilson
CB: Steven Nelson, AJ Green
CB: Desmond King, Tay Gowan
Nickle: Thomas Graham
FS: John Johnson III, Jaquan Johnson
SS: Deshon Elliott (got hurt), Lamar Jackson [JOK would play box safety role after Elliott fell]

LS: Morgan Cox
K: Rodrigo Blankenship (got hurt)
P: Joseph Charlton (got hurt)

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20 hours ago, jrry32 said:

I'd say less than 6 wins. Offense is rough. Defense has potential, but it has some significant holes in the secondary.

My team is clearly better than the Lions right? So I'd start at 3+ wins (3rd overall) and then 6 wins is ceiling (7th/8th overall). So are the Renegades more in the Giants/Jets/Texans (4 wins) range, or Panther (5 wins). I think Panthers could be close, I think my QB situation and available [other than CMC] running game is better [ie. Williams and OL talent] are better, WRs and TEs worse and both defenses have good potential [where my corners are significantly less special]). I could see arguments that the Panthers are better.

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2 hours ago, Trojan said:

My team is clearly better than the Lions right? So I'd start at 3+ wins (3rd overall) and then 6 wins is ceiling (7th/8th overall). So are the Renegades more in the Giants/Jets/Texans (4 wins) range, or Panther (5 wins). I think Panthers could be close, I think my QB situation and available [other than CMC] running game is better [ie. Williams and OL talent] are better, WRs and TEs worse and both defenses have good potential [where my corners are significantly less special]). I could see arguments that the Panthers are better.

Let's say 5 wins. Tua and Davis Mills had pretty similar production, but your defense is better than the Texans's D. So I'll say you win one more game.

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2 minutes ago, EirePacker said:

Thats awesome mate, how did you make the video.?

There was some program called iMovie preinstalled on my laptop and I quickly threw some jpegs on it and uploaded to youtube. The audio I made using fakeyou.com with the Joe Buck voice (they also have Al Michaels).

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