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On 4/7/2019 at 5:47 AM, Spinnerman1950 said:

Believe the NY Giants have 133 as well 

Strong complete quoting of text.  Check out NFL Gen some time--could use your talents.

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Detroit Lions
 8. Montez Sweat [ EDGE ] Mississippi State
 43. Rock Ya-Sin [ CB ] Temple
 89. Riley Ridley [ WR ] Georgia
 112. Josh Oliver [ TE ] San Jose State
 147. Martez Ivey [ G/T ] Florida
 185. Cody Barton [ LB ] Utah
 206. Anthony Ratliff-Williams [ WR ] North Carolina
 226. James Williams [ RB ] Washington State
 231. Montre Hartage [ CB ] Northwestern

Very good draft for the Lions overall. I think you addressed just about all of our needs. We need a starting RG so I might want to look at someone where you took Ridley or Oliver (I didn't look at the guys who were drafted afterwards so I can't say a specific name just yet). However, Ridley is a very good route runner and should be a good pro. Oliver could develop into a decent TE. I really like the Williams pick - we're going to phase out Riddick at some point in the next year and this gives us a receiving option at a much cheaper cost.

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On 4/6/2019 at 6:55 PM, goldfishwars said:

Buffalo Bills
 9. D.K. Metcalf [ WR ] Mississippi
 40. Connor McGovern [ OG ] Penn State
 75. Khalen Saunders [ DT ] Western Illinois
 113. Isaiah Johnson [ CB ] Houston
 132. Foster Moreau [ TE ] LSU
 148. Dennis Daley [ OT ] South Carolina
 159. Austin Bryant [ EDGE ] Clemson
 182. Josiah Tauaefa [ LB ] UTSA
 227. Ray Smith [ DT ] Boston College
 230. Ken Webster [ CB ] Mississippi

Hard not to be excited after this. Potential studs on offense in Metcalf, McGovern and Moreau. Lots of depth for an already stout defense.

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Solid and the only picks I’d change are Campbell to either J.J. Arcega-Whiteside or Deebo Samuel and the 6th round WR to a RB like Travis Homer.

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13 hours ago, ttitansfan4life said:

Solid and the only picks I’d change are Campbell to either J.J. Arcega-Whiteside or Deebo Samuel and the 6th round WR to a RB like Travis Homer.

Man wouldn't you want a fast receiver to compliment that corps?

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32 minutes ago, goldfishwars said:

Man wouldn't you want a fast receiver to compliment that corps?

Speed isn’t the issue... Corey Davis and Taywan Taylor have plenty of speed. Sure every team wants to add more and more speed. Problem is Campbell isn’t very good. Speed means nothing if you completely suck. Same goes for Metcalf. Samuel definitely plays much faster than his 40 time anyway. 

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On ‎4‎/‎6‎/‎2019 at 5:55 PM, goldfishwars said:

Green Bay Packers
 
12. Brian Burns [ EDGE ] Florida State
 30. Jeffery Simmons [ DT ] Mississippi State
 44. Nasir Adderley [ S ] Delaware
 76. Dawson Knox [ TE ] Mississippi
 115. Devine Ozigbo [ RB ] Nebraska
 119. Dillon Mitchell [ WR ] Oregon
 151. Shaq Calhoun [ OG ] Mississippi State
 186. Ryan Finley [ QB ] NC State
 196. Andrew Van Ginkel [ LB ] Wisconsin
 228. Yosuah Nijman [ OT ] Virginia Tec

Great job! I could live with this draft for sure. Not a big fan of Ozigbo or Mitchell that much but could live with it. I'm less of a fan of Burns than most on the Packers board but Burns, Simmons, Adderley, and Knox would be a great get. 

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I'd be annoyed if we picked Gustin whilst Renfrow is still there, but i think you've got the essence of a Pat draft pretty good. Hooker is a good shout because we love our Hawkeyes. I think we'll be trading more, but overall it's goooood.

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We dont really need outside WR who can stretch the field. We added that in FA. What we need in the passing game is a big bodied target to thrive in the short - intermediate routes and offer a large catching radius to help mask Josh Allen's inaccuracies.

TJ Hockenson fits that to a tee

If we're looking at a weapon at 9, I'd much rather the much safer TJ Hockenson or DK Metcalf

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14. Atlanta Falcons  - Rashan Gary [ DT ] Michigan

The Falcons are in dire need of bolstering the trenches after leaving themselves short on both sides of the ball. Gary could help fill two roles on the team, with his potential to play on the edge as well as inside. Dimitroff has consistently sought highly athletic defensive prospects and clearly Gary fits that mould.  

45. Atlanta Falcons  - Yodny Cajuste [ OT ] West Virginia

80. Atlanta Falcons  - Julian Love [ CB ] Notre Dame

118. Atlanta Falcons  - Daylon Mack [ DT ] Texas & M

138. Atlanta Falcons (Compensatory Pick) - Ryan Bates [ OG ] Penn State

153. Atlanta Falcons  - Rodney Anderon [ RB ] Oklahoma

173. Atlanta Falcons (Compensatory Pick) - Brett Rypien [ QB ] Boise State

187. Atlanta Falcons  - Justin Hollins [ EDGE ] Oregon

232.    Atlanta Falcons        -    Alize Mack    [    TE    ]    Notre Dame
 

Good picks

 

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On 08/04/2019 at 6:48 AM, Raidersare#1 said:

4. Quinnen Williams [ DT ] Alabama
 24. Byron Murphy [ CB ] Washington
 27. Joshua Jacobs [ RB ] Alabama
 35. Chase Winovich [ EDGE ] Michigan
 107. Ben Powers [ OG ] Oklahoma
 198. Cameron Smith [ LB ] USC
 220. D'Cota Dixon [ S ] Wisconsin
 237. Andrew Beck [ TE ] Texas

 

Not a bad draft for the Raiders except for #27  we are fine at RB we need a starting TE so give Noah Fant or Irv Smith love 107.  we just signed RB Crowell a few das ago.  I would consider Sweat over Q even though Q is better than sweat but we need DE/Edge as we only have 1 on the roster our other DE is a base end so with Winovich that would give us 3 if we picked seat over Williams.  I would be happy with either.

I agree. Q is great but a duo of Sweat + D.Lawrence would be great too !

 

 

Edited by zappa13004

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Plz no Jacobs in the 1st, please ! that guy is good but first of all there is bigger needs and value taking either Lindstrom or Lawrence (or both and taking a CB with the 35). Then, put Jacobs in a list with 2020 RBs, where would you rank him ? I think 5 at best behind at least Taylor, Swift, Etienne, Dillon. Then he could enter discussion with N.Harris, Dobbins. So no to Jacobs. Just my opinion, good job overall..

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I would be jumping for joy. Pats would steamroll through the NFL with this draft.

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On ‎4‎/‎6‎/‎2019 at 6:55 PM, goldfishwars said:

Cincinnati Bengals
 
11. Dwayne Haskins [ QB ] Ohio State
 42. Mack Wilson [ LB ] Alabama
 73. Chuma Edoga [ OT ] USC
 111. Phil Haynes [ OG ] Wake Forrest
 150. Jahlani Tavai [ LB ] Hawaii
 184. Chris Slayton [ DT ] Syracuse
 200. Kaden Smith [ TE ] Stanford
 212. Benny Snell Jr. [ RB ] Kentucky
 213. Kris Boyd [ CB ] Texas
 215. Zach Bailey [ OG ] South Carolina
 225. Greg Dortch  [ WR ] Wake Forrest

Love Haskins at 11

Not a Wilson fan, would look at Polite, Dieter, and Cashman over him

Edoga is a good pick in rd 3, but i'd prefer Scharping

In rd 4, i'd rather see Oliver, Pratt, Jones, Moreau, Scharping, Burr-Kirven, or Hyatt

In rd 5 i'd rather see Jennings Jr, Weber, or Rypien (even if we take Haskins, need a long term backup, and it's not Driskel)

Rd 6 i'd take Darius West and Drew Sample (best run blocking TE in the draft) at some point in here.

My revised draft trying to be honest and who I would take where not knowing who was available later:

11. Haskins
42. Cashman
73. Scharping
111. Oliver
150. Weber (just released Mark Walton)
184. Darius West
200. Drew Sample
212+. Whatever

My 20/20 hindsight picks would be:

11. Haskins
42. Polite
73. Scharping
111. Burr-Kirven
150. Weber
184. Darius West
200. Drew Sample
212. Kendall Sheffield
213. Te'von Comey
215. Ed Alexander
225. Mickey Mouse

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