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1 minute ago, DoleINGout said:

That is what I meant. I was typing these up as I was posting so I must have put the incorrect information by mixing up the timeline.

Fair, it happens. I agree, I think Watson around the mid 50s is fair, but he's got the upside to jump up into that 20-1 range...

...where he'll join DeAndre Hopkins. xD

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4 hours ago, dtait93 said:

Kevin Byard, Jurrell Casey, and Taylor Lewan should all be on here.

Casey was on the list initially before doing more careful research on many other players. Absolutely an argument is there to be made for Casey in a 'top 100' heading into 2019.

Lewan was considered strongly in addition to Casey however Casey to me has a stronger case to be made at this point. I wouldn't be surprised if Lewan becomes better in 2019 and is good enough to be a consensus top 100 player looking ahead in 2020. I am expecting Casey to improve on the performer and leader he was in 2018 to easily land himself somewhere in this list at some point this season.

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On 6/13/2019 at 11:33 PM, DoleINGout said:

First player in the top fifty is a young linebacker in the AFC. #49-#41 are on the following teams:

49 Rams

48 Chargers

47 Cowboys

46 Saints

45 Vikings

44 Cardinals

43 Titans

42 Cowboys

41 Chargers


Any guesses?


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On 6/14/2019 at 12:19 AM, NJC33 said:

I've actually always felt that Swearinger was underrated because of his reputation


On 6/14/2019 at 12:19 AM, NJC33 said:

, but man, you aren't giving Jamal Adams nearly enough credit.

Maybe not, but I tried to be as accurate and objective as I could be given what I had to use for reference including what I've seen from games against the Patriots specifically with Adams.

On 6/14/2019 at 12:19 AM, NJC33 said:

Are you using his age against him?

Not so. When I referred to the age it was to emphasize how much room for growth remains in Adams' development and career.

On 6/14/2019 at 12:19 AM, NJC33 said:

At 23 he's already solidified himself as one of, if not the, best safety in the league.

Certainly as, "one of the best," I agree. Adams will have a chance in 2019 to prove he is as good as the best safeties in the league, several of whom have displayed greater impact and abilities overall. Adams, as a second team All Pro, is clearly solidified as a top ranking traditional strong safety. Coverage skill seems to be improving and should project Adams further up these list in 2019.

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