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On 1/7/2020 at 2:55 AM, goldfishwars said:

Cleveland

10. Jedrick Wills [ OT ] Alabama
41. Lucas Niang [ OT ] TCU
74. Antoine Winfield Jr [ S ] Minnesota
91. Shane Lemieux [ IOL ] Oregon
105. Jacob Phillips [ LB ] LSU

Dude - are you trying to get into the Pound on a regular basis?

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On 1/7/2020 at 1:55 AM, goldfishwars said:

Kansas City

29. Travis Etienne [ RB ] Clemson
61. Jaylon Johnson [ CB ] Utah
93. Matt Hennessy [ IOL ] Temple
125. Evan Weaver [ LB ] California

Not bad, not great. Alternate choices could be:

29. Kenneth Murray or BPA OL

61. Zack Moss RB

93. Jake Hanson OC

125. Isaiah Hodgins WR or BPA CB/LB

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On 07/01/2020 at 2:55 AM, goldfishwars said:

Seattle

28. Grant Delpit [ S ] LSU
60. Trey Smith [ IOL ] Tennessee
63. Darrell Taylor [ EDGE ] Tennessee
100. Cameron Dantzler [ CB ] Mississippi State
124. Michael Pittman Jr [ WR ] USC
136. Keith Ismael [ IOL ] San Diego State

I don't think the Seahawks will draft a safety this year, unless maybe in the 6th or 7th round. We have traded for Q. Diggs and apart from a few missed tackles he's been pretty good for us this year. Our other starter B. Mcdougal still has 1 or 2 years on his contract and is at least league avergage, if not a bit above. Plus we have last year's 2nd rd pick M. Blair that is playing like his hair is on fire when he's seeing the field, althought he's clearly slow to react to plays sometimes. Maybe a WR (Raegor/Hamler/Aiyuk looks like a good fit with the offense) or T Josh Jones (and then let Ifedi walk, that would be so niiiiiice) or even a TE (is one worth it at this spot? probably not). 
But T. Smith would be a great pick, as would Pittman Jr. Don't know much about the other players, but you clearly have indentified much of the need of the team, good job!

On 07/01/2020 at 11:25 AM, animaltested said:

From Seattle perspective, I like the positional haul. Double dip on the OL is needed IMO. Fluker-Iupati-Britt are all on their way out of the league [Age ; injuries] so an injection of youth and talent would be great. 

Don't know if Seattle would take a boundary corner that high (That is roughly the spot they took Shaq). I wouldn't mind a competition for Tre Flowers though. Looking more and more like a poor mans Brandon Browner. 

Yeah the double dip on OL is needed. I think the line has been subpar for so many years now, it would do well to the team to add competent (if they can find them - not the organization's greatest strength) linemen. Apart from D. Brown every spot could be upgraded IMO (unless Britt is ready to restructure). 
Wholeheartly agree on the CB comment about competition for Flowers. 

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On 1/6/2020 at 11:55 PM, goldfishwars said:

Las Vegas

12. Henry Ruggs III [ WR ] Alabama
19. Kristian Fulton [ CB ] LSU
80. Jordyn Brooks [ LB ] Texas Tech
81. Brandon Jones [ S ] Texas
92. Jalen Hurts [ QB ] Oklahoma
111. Jonah Jackson [ IOL ] Ohio State

I'd give this an A for the Raiders. It'd be an A+ if you replaced the Hurts pick with either Jacob Phillips or Najee Harris. We need a bigger back behind Jacobs and we need a TON of help at LB. Adding Brooks and Phillips would really be a huge upgrade for us and they'd both get to see a ton of reps early in their career. Huge fan of Brandon Jones and I also love Ruggs and Fulton. Great work.

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I'd be good with this for the Jets. I still think we only go another direction than OL at 11 if we get 2-3 good OLineman in FA (which very well could happen). And the way you have the board falling... Lamb should be the pick there with Thomas, Wirfs and Wills gone.

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I'm very ok with this draft for MIA.
For a franchise that has been devoid of a good draft for some time, this one can work as a foundational draft! 

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On 1/7/2020 at 2:55 AM, goldfishwars said:

10. Jedrick Wills [ OT ] Alabama
41. Lucas Niang [ OT ] TCU
74. Antoine Winfield Jr [ S ] Minnesota
91. Shane Lemieux [ IOL ] Oregon
105. Jacob Phillips [ LB ] LSU

Love it, but I'm not a Niang fan. Do you think he can play LT?

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I don't believe there is any way Delpit gets out of the top 10.
Herbert>Tagovialoa
Shenault>Higgins
While I love Henderson in the 2nd, he's been picked by then.
Lemieux is likely to be gone in the first half of the 2nd.

Not a bad Eagles draft, but it could be better.
However, some of that is based on what I believe to be incorrect values.

That being said, it would go like this:

Grant Delpit (Laviska Shenault second choice)
CJ Henderson (Brandon Aiyuk second choice)
Shane Lemieux (Jonathan Greenard second choice)
Jonathan Greenard (Evan Weaver second choice)
Evan Weaver (Lamical Perine second choice)
Lamical Perine (Colton McKivitz second choice)

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Something is really wrong when the 3rd CB off the board is at #51. 

With a deep RB class, I suspect several potential 1st round picks slide to the 2nd round and CB is one position that will push them. 

For the Chiefs, there is a raft of OL talent on the board. RB can wait. 

J

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I am assuming NYG will throw lots of money at Yannick Ngakoue and Jack Conklin, but either way... i’d much prefer 

Isaiah Simmons, LB

Lucas Niang, OT

Ashtyn Davis, FS

Quintez Stephus WR  

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