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DRAFTS LIONS 2019 OPPONENTS

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Here are the drafts for the Lions upcoming opponents in 2019. It will be interesting to see if the draft changes anyone's expectations for the upcoming season.

First up, the NFC North.

CHICAGO BEARS

Round 3, Pick No. 73: David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State

Round 4, No. 126: Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia

Round 6, No. 205: Duke Shelley, CB, Kansas State

Round 7, No. 222: Kerrith Whyte, RB, FAU <4.37 40

MINNESOTA VIKINGS

Round 1 No. 18: Garrett Bradbury, C, North Carolina State

Round 2 No. 50: Irv Smith Jr., TE Alabama

Round 3 102. Alexander Mattison, RB Boise State

Round 4, No. 114 overall: Dru Samia, OG, Oklahoma

Round 5, No. 162 overall: Cameron Smith, ILB, USC

Round 6, No. 190 overall: Armon Watts, DT, Arkansas

Round 6, No. 191 overall: Marcus Epps, S, Wyoming

Round 6, No. 193 overall: Olisaemeka Udoh, OT, Elon

Round 7, No. 217 overall: Kris Boyd, CB, Texas

Round 7, No. 239 overall: Dillon Mitchell, WR, Oregon

Round 7, No. 247 overall: Olabisi Johnson, WR, Colorado State

Round 7, No. 250 overall: Austin Cutting, long snapper, Air Force

 

GREEN BAY PACKERS

First round, 12th overall: Rashan Gary, linebacker, Michigan

First round, 21st overall: Darnell Savage, safety, Maryland

Second round, 44th overall: Elgton Jenkins, center/guard, Mississippi State

Third round, 75th overall:  Jace Sternberger, tight end, Texas A&M

Fifth round, 150th overall: Kingsley Keke, defensive line, Texas A&M

Sixth round, 185th overall: Ka’Dar Hollman, cornerback, Toledo

Sixth round, 194th overall: Dexter Williams, running back, Notre Dame

Seventh round, 226th overall: Ty Summers, linebacker, TCU

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I think the Packers had a really good off-season despite not getting the offense much help. Their D should be a lot better. 

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WEEK 1 - ARIZONA CARDINALS

11 (1) Kyler Murray QB Oklahoma 5'10"207

21 (33) Byron Murphy DB Washington 5'11"190

230 (62) Andy Isabella WR Massachusetts 5'9"188

31 (65) Zach Allen DE Boston College 6'4"281

41 (103) Hakeem Butler WR Iowa State 6'5"227

51 (139) Deionte Thompson DB Alabama 6'1"195

61 (174) KeeSean Johnson WR Fresno State 6'1"201

66 (179) Lamont Gaillard C Georgia 6'3"305

734 (248) Joshua Miles OL 6'6"310

735 (249)Michael DogbeDTTemple6'3"280

740 (254)Caleb WilsonTEUCLA6'4"240

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10 minutes ago, Karnage84 said:

WEEK 1 - ARIZONA CARDINALS

11 (1) Kyler Murray QB Oklahoma 5'10"207

21 (33) Byron Murphy DB Washington 5'11"190

230 (62) Andy Isabella WR Massachusetts 5'9"188

31 (65) Zach Allen DE Boston College 6'4"281

41 (103) Hakeem Butler WR Iowa State 6'5"227

51 (139) Deionte Thompson DB Alabama 6'1"195

61 (174) KeeSean Johnson WR Fresno State 6'1"201

66 (179) Lamont Gaillard C Georgia 6'3"305

734 (248) Joshua Miles OL 6'6"310

735 (249)Michael DogbeDTTemple6'3"280

740 (254)Caleb WilsonTEUCLA6'4"240

I think this could be a tougher game although I do expect a W when all is said and done. It will be a big adjustment for Kingsbury and Murray going into week 1. They're building a team for speed and finesse while teams like the Lions and Patriots are building teams with size to beat up on opponents. I'm concerned more about the broken plays where they aren't scripted and it's just pure speed and athleticism.

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32 minutes ago, Karnage84 said:

I think this could be a tougher game although I do expect a W when all is said and done. It will be a big adjustment for Kingsbury and Murray going into week 1. They're building a team for speed and finesse while teams like the Lions and Patriots are building teams with size to beat up on opponents. I'm concerned more about the broken plays where they aren't scripted and it's just pure speed and athleticism.

I think it's a bit of a blowout. The line should keep moving in our favor. 

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25 minutes ago, detroitroar said:

I think it's a bit of a blowout. The line should keep moving in our favor. 

They're going to spread things out with 3-4 WR sets on a regular basis. David Johnson should get a lot of work out of the backfield. They still have Larry Fitzgerald there.

I don't know if it's going to be a nail-biter, 2 point finish but I do expect Murray to make some Russell Wilson-type improvisational moves and some chunk plays. I can see a 24-14 type of game.

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Hahah I was thinking 31-14 Myself.

Murray will make some plays but I bet well get some turnovers as well.

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WEEK 2: LA Chargers

128 (28) Jerry Tillery DL Notre Dame 6'6"295

228 (60) Nasir Adderley DB Delaware 6'0"206

328 (91)

428 (130) Drue Tranquill LB Notre Dame 6'2"234

528 (166) Easton Stick QB 6'2"221

628 (200)Emeke Egbule LB Houston 6'4"240

728 (242)Cortez Broughton DT Cincinnati 6'2"290

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WEEK 3: PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

122 (22)Andre Dillard OL Washington State 6'5"315

221 (53)Miles Sanders RB Penn State 5'11"211 <<<<<

225 (57)JJ Arcega-Whiteside WR Stanford 6'2"225

436 (138)Shareef Miller DE Penn State 6'4"254

529 (167)Clayton Thorson QB Northwestern 6'4"222

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WEEK 4: KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

224 (56)Mecole Hardman WR Georgia 5'10"187

231 (63)Juan Thornhill S Virginia 6'0"205

321 (84)Khalen Saunders DL Western Illinois 6'0"324

629 (201)Rashad Fenton CB South Carolina 5'11"188

642 (214)Darwin Thompson RB Utah State 5'8"200

72 (216)Nick Allegretti G Illinois 6'4"320

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WEEK 8: NEW YORK GIANTS

16 (6)Daniel Jones QB Duke 6'5"221

117 (17)Dexter Lawrence DT Clemson 6'4"342

130 (30)Deandre Baker DB Georgia 5'11"193

332 (95)Oshane Ximines DE Old Dominion 6'3"253

46 (108)Julian Love CB Notre Dame 5'11"195

55 (143)Ryan Connelly LB Wisconsin 6'3"237

533 (171)Darius Slayton WR Auburn 6'1"190

67 (180)Corey Ballentine DB Washburn 5'11"196

718 (232)George Asafo-Adjei T Kentucky 6'5"315

731 (245)Chris Slayton DT Syracuse 6'4"309

 

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WEEK 9: OAKLAND RAIDERS

14 (4)Clelin Ferrell DE Clemson 6'4"264

124 (24)Josh Jacobs RB Alabama 5'10"220

127 (27)Johnathan Abram S Mississippi State 5'11"205

28 (40)Trayvon Mullen CB Clemson 6'1"199

44 (106)Maxx Crosby DL Eastern Michigan 6'5"255

427 (129)Isaiah Johnson CB Houston 6'2"208

435 (137)Foster Moreau TE LSU 6'4"253

511 (149)Hunter Renfrow WR Clemson 5'10"184

716 (230)Quinton Bell DE 6'4"220

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WEEK 11: DALLAS COWBOYS

226 (58) Trysten Hill DL UCF 6'3"203

327 (90)Connor McGovern OL Penn State 6'5"308

426 (128)Tony Pollard WR Memphis 6'0"210

520 (158)Michael Jackson Sr. DB Miami (FL) 6'1"210

527 (165)Joe Jackson DL Miami (FL) 6'4"275

641 (213)Donovan Wilson S Texas A&M 6'1"207

74 (218)Mike Weber RB Ohio State 5'10"211

727 (241)Jalen Jelks DE Oregon 6'5"256

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WEEK 12: WASHINGTON REDSKINS

115 (15)Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State 6'3"231

126 (26)Montez Sweat DE Mississippi State 6'6"260

313 (76)Terry McLaurin WR Ohio State 6'0"208

410 (112)Bryce Love RB Stanford 5'9"200

429 (131)Wes Martin G Indiana 6'3"316

515 (153)Ross Pierschbacher OL Alabama 6'4"307

535 (173)Cole Holcomb LB 6'1"235

634 (206)Kelvin Harmon WR North Carolina State 6'2"221

713 (227)Jimmy Moreland CB 5'11"175

739 (253)Jordan Brailford DE Oklahoma State 6'3"252

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WEEK 15: TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

15 (5)Devin White LB LSU 6'0"237

27 (39)Sean Bunting DB Central Michigan 6'0"195

331 (94)Jamel Dean DB Auburn 6'1"206

336 (99)Mike Edwards S Kentucky 5'10"205

45 (107)Anthony Nelson DE Iowa 6'7"271

57 (145)Matt Gay K Utah 6'0"232

636 (208)Scott Miller WR 5'11"166

71 (215)Terry Beckner Jr. DL Missouri 6'4"296

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