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Note: This is not for fun. This is completely serious and I am of course and expert on every single team, and their draft needs and perfect scheme fits. I expect there to be no complaints and for you to all bask in my amazing perfect mock.

Note on the note: Sarcasm does apply 

I decided to format this mock in the 1st Round draft order but list all of the team's picks underneath. Teams without a first round pick are at the end.

 

1.      ARIZONA CARDINALS- KYLER MURRAY QB OKLAHOMA

All the scuttlebutt is that this will be the pick. Although, I don’t completely understand why they are doing it, I am trying for realism here.  Although this mock doesn’t account for a potential Rosen deal afterwards.

 

33. Cardinals- AJ Brown WR Ole Miss

65. Cardinals- Elgton Jenkins OL Miss St

103.           Cardinals- Trysten Hill DT UCF

139.           Cardinals- Oli Udoh T Elon

174.           Cardinals- Tre Watson LB Maryland

179.           Cardinals- Malik Carney EDGE UNC

248.           Cardinals- Jamal Peters Miss St

249.           Cardinals- D’Cota Dixon S Wisconsin

254.           Cardinals- L.J Scott RB Michigan St.

 

2.      SAN FRANISCO 49ERS- NICK BOSA EDGE OSU

Not much to say here, the best player in the draft goes to a team who desperately needs EDGE help. Thanks Arizona!

 

36. 49ers- DeAndre Baker CB Georgia

67. 49ers- Terry McLaurin WR OSU

104.           49ers- Conner McGovern OL PSU

176.           49ers- Dontavius Russell DT Auburn

212.           49ers- Delvon Randall S Temple

 

3.      NEW YORK JETS- JOSH ALLEN EDGE KENTUCKY

Jets have a tough choice to make between Allen and Quinnen, but ultimately decide the need for EDGE outweighs taking the better overall player

 

68. Jets- Greg Little T Ole Miss

93. Jets- Andy Isabella WR UMass

105.           Jets- Gerald Willis DT Miami

196.           Jets- B.J Blunt S/LB McNeese St

217.           Jets- Jimmy Moreland CB JMU

 

4.      OAKLAND RAIDERS- QUINNEN WILLIAMS DT ALABAMA

DT is probably the thing the Raiders need the least, but I think that Mayock knows there is nobody the Raiders have at DT that is good enough to warrant passing on Quinnen here. The Rest of the draft is shown after pick 27.

 

5.      TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS- BRIAN BURNS EDGE FSU

I know everyone is clamoring for Devin White, but pass rush is king. Get the dynamic pass rusher and pick up a LB later. Burns in my #2 Edge behind Bosa.

 

39. Buccaneers- Mack Wilson LB Alabama

70. Buccaneers- David Long CB Michigan

107.           Buccaneers- Devin Singletary RB FAU

145.           Buccaneers- Mike Bell S Fresno St

208.           Buccaneers- Isaiah Prince T OSU

215.           Buccaneers- Penny Hart WR GSU

 

6.      NEW YORK GIANTS- MONTEZ SWEAT EDGE MISS ST

Giants gamble on a QB dropping, so they grab the physical freak to send off the edge. Reports are the Giants are zeroing in on EDGE at 6, so I have them grab their guy. The rest of the draft is shown after pick 17

 

7.      JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS- JAWAAN TAYLOR T FLORIDA

The Jags invested big money in Foles and he needs to be protected to be effective. They grab a plug and play RT to give Footlong Foles some bookends.

 

38. Jaguars- Daniel Jones QB Duke

69. Jaguars- LJ Collier EDGE TCU

98. Jaguars- Josh Oliver TE SJS

109.           Jaguars- Damien Harris RB Alabama

236.           Jaguars- Nick Linder OL Indiana

 

8.      DETRIOT LIONS- CLELIN FERRELL EDGE CLEMSON

I think the EDGE players go early and often in this draft. The Lions grab Ferrell and put him next to Flowers and all of the sudden have a pretty talented D-line

 

43. Lions- Rock Ya-Sin CB Temple

88. Lions- Kahale Warring TE SDU

111.           Lions- Mecole Hardman WR Georgia

146.           Lions- Ben Burr-Kirven LB Washington

184.           Lions- Terronne Prescod OL NC State

224.           Lions- Jordan Scarlett RB Florida

229.           Lions- Ricky Walker DT VT

 

9.      BUFFALO BILLS- ED OLIVER DT HOUSTON

The Bills sprint to the podium to grave Oliver, who could be such a unique defensive weapon for them

 

40. Bills- Kelvin Harmon WR NC State

74. Bills- Kaleb McGary T Wash

112.           Bills- Rodney Anderson RB Oklahoma

131.           Bills- Beau Benzschawel OL Wisconsin

147.           Bills- Kris Boyd CB Texas

158.           Bills- Tommy Sweeney TE BC

181.           Bills- Austin Bryant EDGE Clemson

225.           Bills- Ryquell Armstead RB Temple

228.           Bills- Chase Hansen LB Utah

 

10.  DENVER BRONCOS- DEVIN WHITE LB LSU

I considered QB here but Devin White falls and I don’t think the could pass him up to reach on a QB.

 

41. Broncos- Irv Smith TE Alabama

71. Broncos- Dre’Mont Jones DT OSU

125.           Broncos- Saivion Smith CB Alabama

148.           Broncos- Jaquan Johnson S Miami

156.           Broncos- Antoine Wesley WR TTU

182.           Broncos- Jordan Ta’amu QB Ole Miss

237.           Broncos- Martez Ivy T Florida

 

11.  CINCINNATI BENGALS- DEVIN BUSH LB MICHIGAN

I also think the Bengals consider QB if both the Devins are gone, but Bush falls to them and they scoop him up.

 

42. Bengals- Chris Lindstrom OL BC

72. Bengals- David Edwards T Wisconsin

110.           Bengals- Will Grier QB WV

149.           Bengals- Alize Mack TE ND

183.           Bengals- Preston Williams WR Colorado St

210.           Bengals- Mitch Hyatt T Clemson

211.           Bengals- Tre Lemar LB Clemson

213.           Bengals- Bunchy Stallings OL Kentucky

223.           Bengals- Shareef Miller EDGE PSU

 

 

12.  GREEN BAY PACKERS- TJ HOCKENSON TE IOWA

The board didn’t break the Packers way to go defense here, so they pick up Hockenson and give the Aaron Rodgers both a great blocker and a security blanket over the middle. The rest of the draft is shown after pick 30

 

13.  MIAMI DOLPHINS- JONAH WILLIAMS OL ALABAMA

Dolphins are #tankingforTua, so they opt to invest in protection for their future QB. Williams can plug any number of holes for them on their offensive line

 

48. Dolphins- Charles Omenihu DL Texas

78. Dolphins- Lonnie Johnson CB Kentucky

116.           Dolphins- Joe Giles-Harris LB Duke

151.           Dolphins- Jalen Jelks EDGE Oregon

233.           Dolphins- Lil’ Jordan Humphrey WR Texas

234.           Dolphins- Ryan Finley QB NC State

 

14.  ATLANTA FALCONS- CHRISTIAN WILKINS DT CLEMSON

Falcons get Grady Jarrett his running mate in this very well-rounded DT.

 

45. Falcons- Erik McCoy IOL Texas A&M

79. Falcons- Trayvon Mullen CB Clemson

117.           Falcons- Justin Hollins EDGE Oregon

137.           Falcons- Trayveon Williams RB Texas A&M

152.           Falcons- David Long LB WV

172.           Falcons- Ryan Bates T PSU

186.           Falcons- Terry Godwin WR Georgia

230.           Falcons- Zach Gentry TE Michigan

 

15.  WASHINGTON REDSKINS- DWAYNE HASKINS QB OHIO STATE

Rumors are Haskins may slide on draft day but I would expect that slide to end here. The Redskins are a mess a QB and Haskins could stabilize things and give their hope for the future. I see him as a guy that would work really well in Jay Gruden’s offense.

 

46. Redskins- Deebo Samuel WR SC

76. Redskins- Ben Banogu EDGE TCU

96. Redskins- Dax Raymond TE Utah St

153.           Redskins- Sheldrick Redwine S Miami

173.           Redskins- Tyler Roemer T SDS

227.           Redskins- Phil Haynes OL WF

253.           Redskins- Tyrel Dodson LB Texas A&M

 

 

16.  CAROLINA PANTHERS- RASHAN GARY EDGE MICHIGAN

Panthers grab the last of the first-round pass rushers in Gary. They need to inject youth and pass rush into that front 4 and will gamble on Gary’s upside.

 

47. Panthers- Deionte Thompson S Alabama

77. Panthers- Dru Samia OL Oklahoma

100.           Panthers- Chuma Edoga T USC

115.           Panthers- Miles Boykin WR ND

154.           Panthers- Devine Ozigbo RB Nebraska

187.           Panthers- Jahlani Tavai LB Hawai’i

 

17. NEW YORK GIANTS- DREW LOCK QB MISSOURI

The Giants’ gamble pays off and Lock drops to them at 17. In the real draft they may opt to move up but I think Lock is a good QBOTF for the Giants

 

37. Giants- Amani Oruwariye CB PSU

95. Giants- Emanuel Hall WR Mizzou

108.           Giants- Bobby Evans T Oklahoma

132.           Giants- Mike Edwards S Kentucky

142.           Giants- Terrill Hanks LB NMS

143.           Giants- Armon Watts DT Arkansas

171.           Giants- Dillon Mitchell WR Oregon

180.           Giants- Chris Slayton DT Syracuse

232.           Giants- Garrett Brumfield OL LSU

245.           Giants- Ulysees Gilbert LB Akron

 

18.  MINNESOTA VIKINGS- CODY FORD OL OKLAHOMA

If one thing was made clear last year, it is that the Vikings need to upgrade their Oline. Ford could plug in at G or T and help protect their 84-million-dollar investment

 

50. Vikings- Michael Deiter OL Wisconsin

81. Vikings- Zach Allen DL BC

120.           Vikings- Isaiah Buggs DT Alabama

190.           Vikings- Benny Snell RB Kentucky

209.           Vikings- Khalil Hodge LB Buffalo

247.           Vikings- Diontae Johnson WR Toledo

250.           Vikings- Josh Miles T Morgan St

 

19.  TENNESSEE TITANS- D.K METCALF WR OLE MISS

The Titans end DK’s slide. He would be a perfect compliment to Cory Davis and now they give Mariota/Tannehill all the weapons they need to make this offense work.

 

51. Titans- Jachai Polite EDGE Florida

82. Titans- Dawson Knox TE Ole Miss

121.           Titans- Kingsley KeKe DT Texas A&M

157.           Titans- Malik Grant S Marshall

188.           Titans- Michael Jordan OL OSU

 

20.  PITTSBURGH STEELERS- GREEDY WILLIAMS CB LSU

Perfect scenario for the Steelers as they get their pick of CB’s in this class. They go with Greedy because of the size and physical upside.

 

52. Steelers- Christian Miller EDGE Alabama

66. Steelers- Riley Ridley WR Georgia

83. Steelers- Blake Cashman LB Minnesota

122.           Steelers- Ugichukwo Amadi S Oregon

141.           Steelers- Kaden Smith TE Stanford

175.           Steelers- Bryce Love RB Stanford

192.           Steelers- David Stills V WR WV

207.           Steelers- Greg Gaines DT WASH

219.           Steelers- Hjalte Froholdt OL Arkansas

 

21.  SEATTLE SEAHAWKS- CHAUNCY GARDNER JOHNSON S FLORIDA

The LOB is no more and the Seahawks need to restock. CGJ just has all the makings of a Seattle DB to me.

 

84. Seahawks- Joejuan Williams CB Vandy

124.           Seahawks- Maxx Crosby EDGE Eastern Michigan

159.           Seahawks- Jalen Hurd WR Baylor

 

22.  BALTIMORE RAVENS- HAKEEM BUTLER WR IOWA ST.

The Ravens can’t go into the year with Willie Snead as their #1 WR. Butler is my #2 WR and will give Lamar Jackson that big jump ball imposing presence on the outside to help his game.

 

85. Ravens- Vosean Joseph LB Florida

102.           Ravens- Darrell Henderson RB Memphis

113.           Ravens- Wyatt Ray EDGE BC

123.           Ravens- DaMarkus Lodge WR Ole Miss

160.           Ravens- Hunter Renfrow WR Clemson

191.           Ravens- Demarcus Christmas DT FSU

193.           Ravens- Germaine Pratt LB NC State

 

23.  HOUSTON TEXANS- ANDRE DILLARD T WASH ST.

The Texans can hardly believe their good fortune to have Dillard sitting there for them at 23. They would spring to the podium because this would be an ideal pick for them.

 

54. Texans- Darnell Savage S Maryland

55. Texans- Justin Layne CB Mich St

86. Texans- Ben Powers OL Oklahoma

161.           Texans- Mike Weber RB OSU

195.           Texans- Marvell Tell S USC

220.           Texans- Isaac Nauta TE Georgia

24.  OAKLAND RAIDERS- BRYON MURPHY CB WASH

A run on pass rushers in the top 15 makes Murphy fall into the lap of the Raiders. They can pair him with Conley and hopefully get a dynamic CB duo. The rest of the draft is shown after pick 27.

 

25.  PHILADELPHIA EAGLES- JEFFERY SIMMONS DT MISS. ST

The Eagles don’t have any screaming needs and the board didn’t break their way, so instead of reaching they take a top 5-10 player in this class and commit to waiting for him for a year. Cox and Simmons in 2020 would be deadly.

 

53. Eagles- Yodny Cajuste T WV

57. Eagles- Amani Hooker S Iowa

127.           Eagles- Justice Hill RB Okla St

138.           Eagles- Ross Pierschbacher OL Alabama

163.           Eagles- Anthony Ratliff Williams WR UNC

197.           Eagles- Michael Dogbe DT Temple

 

26.  INDIANAPOLIS COLTS- JERRY TILLERY DT ND

I have a strong feeling the Colts take Simmons if he makes it to 26, he goes off the board right in front of them, so they grab another dynamic DT to fit their defense.

 

34. Colts- N’Keal Harry WR ASU

59. Colts- Jonathan Abram S Miss St

89. Colts- Jamel Dean CB Auburn

129.           Colts- Sutton Smith EDGE Northern Illinois

135.           Colts- Dennis Daley T SC

164.           Colts- Gary Jennings Jr WR WV

240.           Colts- Bruce Anderson RB NDSU

 

27. OAKLAND RAIDERS- NOAH FANT TE IOWA

After plugging some defensive holes, the Raiders grab a dynamic play maker at TE for Derek Carr.

 

35. Raiders- Chase Winovich EDGE Michigan

106.           Raiders- David Montgmery RB Iowa St

140.           Raiders- Brett Rypien QB Boise St

218.           Raiders- Cameron Smith LB USC

235.           Raiders- Travis Fulgham WR ODU

 

28.  LOS ANGELES CHARGERS- DALTON RISNER OT KANSAS ST

The IDL dries up right before their pick, so the Chargers opt to protect what is left of Phillip Rivers and sure up the Oline for a playoff run.

 

60. Chargers- Julian Love CB ND

91. Chargers- Daylon Mack- DT Texas A&M

130.           Chargers- Stanley Morgan Jr. WR Nebraska

166.           Chargers- Jarett Stidham QB Auburn

200.           Chargers- Gary Johnson LB Texas

242.           Chargers- Darwin Thompson RB Utah St

 

29.  KANSAS CITY CHIEFS- JOSHUA JACOBS RB ALABAMA

I know the Chiefs have other screaming defensive needs, but most of the value dried up before we got to 29, sure they could reach for somebody, but let’s face it, the Chiefs aren’t going to win on defense. They are going to win by outscoring you. The offense wasn’t quite as dynamic after they lost Kareem Hunt, so they opt to replace him in a big way.

 

61. Chiefs- D’Andre Walker EDGE Georgia

63. Chiefs- Sean Bunting CB Central Michigan

92. Chiefs- Bobby Okereke LB Stanford

167.           Chiefs- Will Harris S BC

201.           Chiefs- KeeSean Johnson WR Fresno St.

214.           Chiefs- Kevin Wilkins DT Rutgers

216.           Chiefs- TJ Edwards LB Wisconsin

 

30. GREEN BAY PACKERS- NASIR ADDERLY S DELAWARE

      The Packers finish off their DB overhaul grabbing this rangy center fielder to play next to Adrian Amos

 

44. Packers- Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma

75. Packers- Renell Wren DT ASU

114.           Packers- Joe Jackson EDGE Miami

118.           Packers- Drue Tranquill LB ND

150.           Packers- Lamont Gaillard OL Georgia

185.           Packers- Myles Gaskin RB WASH

194.           Packers- Khari Willis S Michigan St.

226.           Packers- Tyler Jones T NC State

 

31.  LOS ANGELES RAMS- GARRETT BRADBURY OL NC STATE

The Rams have a huge need for Center and the best on in the draft just drops in their lap.

 

94. Rams- Oshane Ximines EDGE ODU

99. Rams- Tytus Howard T Alabama St

133.           Rams- T’Von Coney LB ND

169.           Rams- Kendall Sheffield CB OSU

203.           Rams- Terry Beckner DT Mizzou

251.           Rams- Tyree St. Louis T Miami

 

32.  NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS- DEXTER LAWRENCE DT CLEMSON

The Patriots have some holes to fill on the D-line and Lawrence is a run stuffer with pass rush upside that would be an immediate plug and play for the Pats.

 

56. Patriots- Jace Sternberger TE Texas A&M

64. Patriots- JJ Arcega-Whiteside WR Stanford

73. Patriots- Jaylon Ferguson EDGE LA Tech

97. Patriots- Anthony Nelson EDGE Iowa

101.           Patriots- Nate Davis OL Charlotte

134.           Patriots- Tyree Jackson QB Buffalo

205.           Patriots- Hamp Cheevers CB BC

239.           Patriots- Deshaun Davis LB Auburn

243.           Patriots- Tony Pollard RB/WR Memphis

246.           Patriots- Keelan Doss WR UC Davis

252.           Patriots- Iman Marshall CB USC

 

49. Browns- Juan Thornhill S Virginia

80. Browns- Isaiah Johnson CB Houston

119.           Browns- Daniel Wise DT Kansas

144.           Browns- Max Scharping T Northern Illinois

155.           Browns- Alex Bars OL ND

170.           Browns- Sione Takitaki LB BYU

189.           Browns- Anthony Johnson WR Buffalo

221.           Browns- Trevon Wesco TE WV

 

 

87. Bears- Miles Sanders RB PSU

126.           Bears- Marquise Blair S Utah

162.           Bears- Mark Fields CB Clemson

222.           Bears- Jazz Ferguson WR Northwestern

238.           Bears- Jonathan Ledbetter EDGE Georgia

 

58. Cowboys- Taylor Rapp S Wash

90. Cowboys- Khalen Saunders DT West Illinois

128.           Cowboys- Foster Moreau TE LSU

136.           Cowboys- Jakobi Meyers WR NC State

165.           Cowboys- Michael Jackson CB Miami

241.           Cowboys- CeCe Jefferson EDGE Florida

 

62. Saints- Parris Campbell WR OSU

168.           Saints- Evan Worthington S Colorado

177.           Saints- Drew Sample TE WASH

202.           Saints- Carl Granderson EDGE Wyoming

231.           Saints- Blace Brown CB Troy

244.           Saints- Dre Greenlaw LB Arkansas

 

 

 

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16 minutes ago, EaglesPeteC said:

29.  KANSAS CITY CHIEFS- JOSHUA JACOBS RB ALABAMA

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Fantastic effort but I really don't like the picks for the Chiefs.

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6 minutes ago, kingseanjohn said:

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Fantastic effort but I really don't like the picks for the Chiefs.

Haha 

i figured that pick might trigger some Chiefs’ fans, but with the way the board fell was not kind to the Chiefs. I could have reached for a bigger need but I chose to take Jacobs who could be downright special in that offense. I get not liking it given the defensive holes on the Chiefs, but I think it is something to consider.

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3 minutes ago, EaglesPeteC said:

Haha 

i figured that pick might trigger some Chiefs’ fans, but with the way the board fell was not kind to the Chiefs. I could have reached for a bigger need but I chose to take Jacobs who could be downright special in that offense. I get not liking it given the defensive holes on the Chiefs, but I think it is something to consider.

I'm more than happy to run with Damien Williams and Carlos Hyde this year. The RB class next year looks to be a lot better so I'd rather wait.

Adderly, Bradbury, or Baker who all go in the next 5 picks would be way better for short and long term.

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Overall i like it for the Falcons quite a bit theirs alot fo talent there that hit our needs with players who actually fit our scheme and play style.  No real complaints and im pretty pleased on draft day it falls this way when all said and done. 

14. Christian Wilkins DT Clemson - One of my favorite players in the draft and is the guy i want if we can't get Q. Williams, Bosa, or Oliver at 14. 1st 2 very unlikely.

45. Falcons- Erik McCoy IOL Texas A&M - Future replacement for Mack and adds top tier depth be it him or one of the 2 guards we picked up in FA for a year or 2.

79. Falcons- Trayvon Mullen CB Clemson - I like my Clemson guys and Mullen is no exception big at 6'2 as well he is a DQ type of corner for his scheme.

117.           Falcons- Justin Hollins EDGE Oregon - Good value here and solid size at 6'5 245 he is a top 100 player at 117 and a need you can't pass on that.

137.           Falcons- Trayveon Williams RB Texas A&M -  A 2nd Trayvon in 1 draft whats not to love about that lol.  He is a strong back with some power which is what we need.

152.           Falcons- David Long LB WV - Lb Depth always needed and David has tons of upside to me.

172.           Falcons- Ryan Bates T PSU - Might could have used a RT earlier but when you can get Bates this late and still get McCoy earlier thats a win for us.

186.           Falcons- Terry Godwin WR Georgia - Fan favorite in georgia and a tremendous talent. He will fit perfectly into our receiving core and alot of us want him as a later pick.

230.           Falcons- Zach Gentry TE Michigan - Zach is a sleeper of mine and this late you have to take a player like him. He's is crazy tall and has the body to add weight.  Not super fast but i like him as a pick like we did with Toilolo. 

Would consider this an A draft for the Falcons you done your homework and it shows atleast for the Falcons.

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17 minutes ago, FalconFan13 said:

Overall i like it for the Falcons quite a bit theirs alot fo talent there that hit our needs with players who actually fit our scheme and play style.  No real complaints and im pretty pleased on draft day it falls this way when all said and done. 

14. Christian Wilkins DT Clemson - One of my favorite players in the draft and is the guy i want if we can't get Q. Williams, Bosa, or Oliver at 14. 1st 2 very unlikely.

45. Falcons- Erik McCoy IOL Texas A&M - Future replacement for Mack and adds top tier depth be it him or one of the 2 guards we picked up in FA for a year or 2.

79. Falcons- Trayvon Mullen CB Clemson - I like my Clemson guys and Mullen is no exception big at 6'2 as well he is a DQ type of corner for his scheme.

117.           Falcons- Justin Hollins EDGE Oregon - Good value here and solid size at 6'5 245 he is a top 100 player at 117 and a need you can't pass on that.

137.           Falcons- Trayveon Williams RB Texas A&M -  A 2nd Trayvon in 1 draft whats not to love about that lol.  He is a strong back with some power which is what we need.

152.           Falcons- David Long LB WV - Lb Depth always needed and David has tons of upside to me.

172.           Falcons- Ryan Bates T PSU - Might could have used a RT earlier but when you can get Bates this late and still get McCoy earlier thats a win for us.

186.           Falcons- Terry Godwin WR Georgia - Fan favorite in georgia and a tremendous talent. He will fit perfectly into our receiving core and alot of us want him as a later pick.

230.           Falcons- Zach Gentry TE Michigan - Zach is a sleeper of mine and this late you have to take a player like him. He's is crazy tall and has the body to add weight.  Not super fast but i like him as a pick like we did with Toilolo. 

Would consider this an A draft for the Falcons you done your homework and it shows atleast for the Falcons.

Thanks for the detailed response. Glad you enjoyed it. 

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5 seems a bit rich for Burns. I really like him, but would prefer we trade back at least to 10 or lower if we take him. I like the Singletary and Hart picks, but very “meh” with the rest.

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So you mention helping Foles and then use our 2nd pick on someone that helps nothing. Not a Taylor fan either but at least i get that one. I go back n forth with the QB stuff. I think it seems weird to pay Foles that much and before he even plays we draft his replacement bc a 2nd round pick shouldn’t be a backup for long 

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5 hours ago, bigdog2372 said:

5 seems a bit rich for Burns. I really like him, but would prefer we trade back at least to 10 or lower if we take him. I like the Singletary and Hart picks, but very “meh” with the rest.

Everyone would prefer to trade back and take someone they “really like”

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1 hour ago, JaguarCrazy2832 said:

So you mention helping Foles and then use our 2nd pick on someone that helps nothing. Not a Taylor fan either but at least i get that one. I go back n forth with the QB stuff. I think it seems weird to pay Foles that much and before he even plays we draft his replacement bc a 2nd round pick shouldn’t be a backup for long 

I think going with hockenson or ed oliver is better then taylor. Apparently jawaan Taylor has some medical issues per tony Pauline. He also seems very average to pick over 2 potential stats.  We have a 4th round guy whos essentially a rookie and our team is sayibg he was a vakue pack. We also have 2 guys who seem to be competing and pushing him. 

 

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Overall I like the Vikings picks. I think there is some wiggle room for less OL at the start, but I really like Ford in the first.

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