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Worst 2 Rounder You'll Ever See (No Trades)

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1 minute ago, VikeManDan said:

It'd be extremely hard to pass on Risner in round 2 for me.

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Noted.  If I switch him to be taken at 41 like @BowserBroncos has suggested, what would your suggestion be?

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5 minutes ago, carrolljcmc said:

Noted.  If I switch him to be taken at 41 like @BowserBroncos has suggested, what would your suggestion be?

How far would McCoy/Jenkins fall?

I guess what would be the impact of Risner going to 41?

Regardless I think Willis would be an OK selection. Otherwise: McCoy, Jenkins, Deebo Samuel in no particular order.

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Not a fan of the Chiefs' draft at all.

There's no way we should go offense in round 1.

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Collier isn't close to being a top 40 prospect!

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5 hours ago, carrolljcmc said:

52.  Pittsburgh Steelers   -  Deebo Samuel  -  WR  -  South Carolina

 

 

I think if Mack Wilson. ILB. Alabama is on the board, he will be the pick here.

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4 hours ago, carrolljcmc said:

I have him as a top 40 prospect, and where the Pats pick, he is a need.  A perfect replacement for Trey Flowers.

Pats never draft solely  for need. You might be the only one that has him rated in the top forty.  At 32 he is a complete reach and the only reason you have the Pats taking him, is need. If that is the case what about there need for OL, WR, TE, CB and QB. 

Players ( who many rate in the Top 30) such as 

33.  Arizona Cardinals   -  Irv Smith Jr  -  TE  -  Alabama

34.  Indianapolis Colts (via NYJ)  -  Jerry Tillery  -  DT  -  Notre Dame

35.  Oakland Raiders   -  Deandre Baker  -  CB  -  Georgia

36.  San Francisco 49ers   -  Taylor Rapp  -  S  -  Washington

39.  Tampa Bay Buccaneers   -  Rock Ya-Sin  -  CB  -  Templ

44.  Green Bay Packers   -  AJ Brown  -  WR  -  Ole Miss

46.  Washington Redskins   -  N'Keal Harry  -  WR  -  Arizona State

52.  Pittsburgh Steelers   -  Deebo Samuel  -  WR  -  South Carolina

53.  Philadelphia Eagles (via BAL)  -  Dalton Risner  -  OT  -  Kansas State

 

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5 hours ago, VikeManDan said:

It'd be extremely hard to pass on Risner in round 2 for me.

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I agree, I think I would go Risner here too.

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This is pretty bad for the Packers...but you said it would be so I can’t fault you.

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I’m all in on White at this point. Since you specify “no trades” I won’t comment on that aspect of it. But good pick. I like Sin A lot, I just don’t know if that’s the best pick for us. We have a lot of young talent at CB that needs to be developed. We really don’t need another one, we really need a vet if anything. I think a good young safety like adderly would be better, also BPA Guard or RB should also be a consideration in the 2nd.

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12 hours ago, LinderFournette said:

1st round is good for jags. 

2nd round i go with risner as i feel tge team feels decent at fs eith jarrod Wilson or cody davis taking over.

Risner would compete with last years 4th will richardson and fa signee cedric ogbuehi snd possibly compete at rg with aj cann

Agreed with both. FS isnt a top-4 round need. We need offensive weapons and blocking for Foles

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I mean your not wrong i can't think of 1 Falcon fan who would love 2 really good D-line players at our 2 biggest positions of need.   This mock is probably straight garbage man im sorry you tried your best though :)

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15 hours ago, m haynes said:

Pats never draft solely  for need. You might be the only one that has him rated in the top forty.  At 32 he is a complete reach and the only reason you have the Pats taking him, is need. If that is the case what about there need for OL, WR, TE, CB and QB. 

Players ( who many rate in the Top 30) such as 

33.  Arizona Cardinals   -  Irv Smith Jr  -  TE  -  Alabama

34.  Indianapolis Colts (via NYJ)  -  Jerry Tillery  -  DT  -  Notre Dame

35.  Oakland Raiders   -  Deandre Baker  -  CB  -  Georgia

36.  San Francisco 49ers   -  Taylor Rapp  -  S  -  Washington

39.  Tampa Bay Buccaneers   -  Rock Ya-Sin  -  CB  -  Templ

44.  Green Bay Packers   -  AJ Brown  -  WR  -  Ole Miss

46.  Washington Redskins   -  N'Keal Harry  -  WR  -  Arizona State

52.  Pittsburgh Steelers   -  Deebo Samuel  -  WR  -  South Carolina

53.  Philadelphia Eagles (via BAL)  -  Dalton Risner  -  OT  -  Kansas State

 

Historically speaking, D Line will be the pick.  DE is more of a need than DT, IMO, and thus leads me to believe this will be the pick.  Not everyone's rankings are the same, and I'm sure I'll die on the top 40 sword, but I also think Collier will go MUCH higher than everyone thinks, especially those saying 4-6 round.

2018 23 Isaiah Wynn T Georgia
2018 31 Sony Michel RB Georgia
2017   No Pick --  
2016   No Pick --  
2015 32 Malcom Brown DT Texas
2014 29 Dominique Easley DT Florida
2013   No Pick --  
2012 21 Chandler Jones DE Syracuse
2012 25 Dont'a Hightower LB Alabama
2011 17 Nate Solder T Colorado
2010 27 Devin McCourty CB Rutgers
2009   No Pick --  
2008 10 Jerod Mayo ILB Tennessee
2007 24 Brandon Meriweather DB Miami (Fla.)
2006 21 Laurence Maroney RB Minnesota
2005 32 Logan Mankins G Fresno State
2004 21 Vince Wilfork NT Miami (Fla.)
2004 32 Benjamin Watson TE Georgia
2003 13 Ty Warren DE Texas A&M
2002 21 Daniel Graham TE Colorado
2001 6 Richard Seymour DT Georgia

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