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15 hours ago, Daniel said:

Trade out of the first with Tennessee and take the best available corner first, please.

Here you go - went for higher draft positions with my lower picks, rather than additional picks in the trade down

https://thedraftnetwork.com/mockdraft/W3t9i6XfQs

46. A.J. Terrell [ CB ] Clemson - Titans seem to like fast guys on the outside and Terrell is very polished
61. Joshua Uche [ EDGE ] Michigan - Was gonna grab a right tackle here, but Uche slipped and could be a great addition as someone who could play linebacker and come in as a 3rd down rusher specialist
72. Isaiah Wilson [ OT ] Georgia - He was dropping so I pulled the trigger and traded back up to get my man mountain on the right side, I like Kelly as a 6th lineman
114. Leki Fotu [ IDL ] Utah - Could do with some added beef on the interior after some losses there
224. Charlie Heck [ OT ] North Carolina - Probably need more depth at tackle and Heck has some upside there
237. Kyle Vildor [ CB ] Georgia Southern - More secondary depth, good special teams candidate
254. JaMychal Hasty [ RB ] Baylor - Hasty is a decent slasher, could jump right in and be a decent third back looking at the depth chart right now
 

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20 minutes ago, goldfishwars said:

Honestly, this was the best I could come up with. Simmons never seems to make it past the Giants and they want pretty much all of your picks. 

https://thedraftnetwork.com/mockdraft/fF78O079zx

4. Isaiah Simmons [ LB ] Clemson - Because you wanted him
97. Saahdiq Charles [ OT [ LSU] - Off-field problems, but he's got left tackle feet and he's talented
227. Brian Cole [ S ] Mississippi State - Has versatility at corner and safety, versatility might come in useful
230. Kevin Dotson [ IOL ] Louisiana - No combine invite seemed to hurt his draft stock, but he's pretty good
241. Joe Reed [ WR ] Virginia - Crazy deep receiver class, but he's got something as a YAC/speedy slot potentially
 

I'm curious, fish... What are your OT rankings? I have Lucas Niang and Jack Driscoll somewhere in the 14-17th best OT range for me, and I have Saadhiq Charles below them.

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5 hours ago, winitall said:

Would love to see one for the Lions. My dream is to trade back from 3 and potentially up from 35 to the early 20s to add a top tier CB and DT or EDGE but I’d be really curious what you could do. 

I traded down from 3 and went ham with it - no reason why the Lions should not get a bounty. 

https://thedraftnetwork.com/mockdraft/SGhz8kxv7A

12. Jedrick Wills [ OT ] Alabama - With Big V pencilled in at right tackle, I would prefer to slide him inside and get the real deal in Willis 
19. A.J. Epenesa [ EDGE ] Iowa - A lot of teams might feel they won't know what to do with him at this point, but Patricia will no exactly what to do
35. Jaylon Johnson [ CB ] Utah - Big press-man corner who thrives on the outside, exactly what the Lions need
67. Kyle Dugger [ S ] Lenoir-Rhyne - Dugger can come in and be a tone setter in the box, or as an additional dimebacker 
80. Rashard Lawrence [ IDL ] LSU - Patricia loves his two-gappers inside and Lawrence is a decent run defender
81. Jalen Hurts [ QB ] Oklahoma - With Stafford's health a question, why not take a punt on a QB who has starter upside here
85. Zack Moss [ RB ] Utah - Like Kerryon Johnson, but good
109. Damien Lewis [ IOL ] LSU - Was a brute at the Senior Bowl where he made a name for himself. Nice fit for the scheme and gives added depth on the interior. 
149. Devin Duvernay [ WR ] Texas - Speedy straight line deep threat, would give a little added dynamism to the receiver corps
166. Jonathan Garvin [ EDGE ] Miami - More edge help? Why not
182. Javelin Guidry [ S ] Utah - A crazy fast gunner on special teams perhaps? 
235. Carlos Davis [ IDL ] Nebraska - More interior depth at defensive tackle
 

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30 minutes ago, goldfishwars said:

Here you go - went for higher draft positions with my lower picks, rather than additional picks in the trade down

https://thedraftnetwork.com/mockdraft/W3t9i6XfQs

46. A.J. Terrell [ CB ] Clemson - Titans seem to like fast guys on the outside and Terrell is very polished
61. Joshua Uche [ EDGE ] Michigan - Was gonna grab a right tackle here, but Uche slipped and could be a great addition as someone who could play linebacker and come in as a 3rd down rusher specialist
72. Isaiah Wilson [ OT ] Georgia - He was dropping so I pulled the trigger and traded back up to get my man mountain on the right side, I like Kelly as a 6th lineman
114. Leki Fotu [ IDL ] Utah - Could do with some added beef on the interior after some losses there
224. Charlie Heck [ OT ] North Carolina - Probably need more depth at tackle and Heck has some upside there
237. Kyle Vildor [ CB ] Georgia Southern - More secondary depth, good special teams candidate
254. JaMychal Hasty [ RB ] Baylor - Hasty is a decent slasher, could jump right in and be a decent third back looking at the depth chart right now
 

Terrell is a good fit.  The immediate need is probably nickel, but it may become an outside spot in a year or two, and I think Terrell could contribute at either.  I like Terrell's versatility, and his ability to contribute against the run and on blitzes would really make up for the loss of Ryan.

Wilson would be a fantastic grab.  I think he could be a swing guard/tackle the same way Kelly would.  I actually like Heck too, so I wouldn't mind doubling up there and keeping one as a backup IOL.

Uche I'm lukewarm on, but that's pretty good value.  Same with Fotu.  I came away from pretty much all the Utah games unimpressed with their guys, but another NT would give us leverage if Jones can't be re-signed in 2021.  We'd be a little thin at DE, but you can't be gold everywhere.

I'd be lying if I claimed any real knowledge about Vidor or Hasty, but more CB depth is indeed a need, and so is a complementary RB.

Overall (excluding whatever happens with Clowney), I would be thrilled with this draft for the Titans.

 

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7 hours ago, animaltested said:

Goldy I got one for you;

Seattle Trades back from 27, and trades back again.

Seattle trades back from 59

Here you go:-

https://thedraftnetwork.com/mockdraft/PKymmjZOa9

45. Lucas Niang [ OT ] TCU - Man I looked at that roster and you guys still need a right tackle so bad, Niang's 2018 was excellent and he was hurt last year. Could be good value here. 
64. Bryce Hall [ CB ] Virginia - Seattle loves a long press corner and he's undervalued having not been able to workout in draft season. Flowers needs competition. 
70. Jonathan Greenard [ Edge ] Florida - Seattle needs edge help and Greenard kind fits that mold of the non-twitchy, edge setting defenders they've gone for
80. Terrell Burgess [ S ] Utah - Had to trade back up as Burgess was the last of starting caliber safeties available, cost me a bit - but I really like so it was worth it
133. Gabriel Davis [ WR ] UCF - There's still a need for a third receiver and Davis is kind of limited, but was a fantastic vertical receiver at UCF and Seattle loves to toss it up deep
139. Harrison Hand [ CB ] Temple - Nick corner/safety guy to help boster the defensive back positions - could give Amadi some competition 
144. Darrynton Evans [ RB ] Appalachian State - The Seahawks love a back who gets up to top speed in a hurry and Evans could split time with Chris Carson
159. Jack Driscoll [ OT ] Auburn - Swing tackle, development for when Brown's inevitable time comes. Driscoll is talented, but needs to hit the weights.
 

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6 hours ago, Counselor said:

Fish man how about Denver

Here you go man:

https://thedraftnetwork.com/mockdraft/HHeWKkhSKe

15. Javon Kinlaw [ IDL ] South Carolina  - With the 49ers now at 13, it lessens the chances of one of the big three receivers getting to 15 which is what happened here. Still, I don't think the Broncos should panic because Kinlaw is definitely no consolation prize and is a great fit for their front
46. Brandon Aiyuk [ WR ] Arizona State - The Broncos can get their speed receiver here in the 2nd with Aiyuk's dynamism being a nice foil for Sutton
77. Damon Arnette [ CB ] Ohio State - Bouye's signing lessens the need at corner, but it's still worth taking one early without an obvious starter opposite. Arnette is talented enough to go higher than 77, so he's good value here
83. Matthew Peart [ OT ] UConn - Garrett Bolles played well down the stretch last year, but I wouldn't bank on that continuing without a Plan B. Peart is a small school guy with enticing athletic tools who can red-shirt for a year
95. Tyler Biadasz [ IOL ] Wisconsin - The Broncos lost Connor McGovern and possibly will lose Ronald Leary. Biadasz is too talented to fall here, but there appears to be little love out there for one of the board's darling. He's could be a good option here at guard or center, depending on what the team does with Graham Glasgow. 
118. Essang Bassey [ CB ] Wake Forest - Slot corner Bryce Callahan is yet to play a snap after his FA move last year, it makes sense to get some depth at that spot and has a similar skill-set
178. Antoine Brooks [ S ] Maryland - Safety depth needed with Simmons and Jackson's future potentially in doubt after 2020. Brooks has experience at both spots. 
181. Antonio Golden-Gandy [ WR ] Liberty - I grabbed a second receiver here, someone who could come in as a red zone weapon - perhaps with Aiyuk moving into the slot
252. Keith Ismael [ IOL ] San Diego State - Another interior lineman who can play center or guard, good depth
254. Carter Coughlin [ EDGE ] Minnesota - Special teams potential, with a little upside as developmental edge depth
 

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Posted (edited)

I've done quite a few standard drafts on TDN and a lot of tradeable ones on Fanspeak.  Wouldn't mind seeing what a Packers draft might look like on TDN when trades are allowed (pretty please :D ).

Edited by MaximusGluteus

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6 hours ago, MaximusGluteus said:

I've done quite a few standard drafts on TDN and a lot of tradeable ones on Fanspeak.  Wouldn't mind seeing what a Packers draft might look like on TDN when trades are allowed (pretty please :D ).

Here you go (I moved around a bit):-

https://thedraftnetwork.com/mockdraft/fnDBcFHs7w

40. Jalen Reagor [ WR ] TCU - Small trade down to get an extra 3rd (swapped out a 5th) - still landed the most important element the offense needs, a genuine speed threat
53. Marlon Davidson [ IDL ] Auburn - Traded back up to get Davidson to give the interior a bit of pass-rush, it's a little thin outside of Kenny Clark 
90. Matthew Peart [ OT ] Uconn - Wanted a developmental tackle here, toss-up between Peart and Ben Bartch. But Rick Wagner should be treated as short term only. 
127. Logan Wilson [ LB ] Wymoning - Wilson is a really good player and great value here, could be groomed as a starter potential
154. Harrison Hand [ CB ] Temple - Trade up here to get some defensive back help, Hand has the size and movement the Packers look for
208. Trey Adams [ OT ] Washington - Adams bombed the combine, but he's been a good player in Washington when healthy and worth a shot here as depth in the 6th
209. Jacob Breeland [ TE ] Oregon - Thought Breeland was good value here, a bit of a forgotten man in the draft due to his injury but was having a good year in Oregon
236. James Proche [ WR ] SMU - Proche is a smooth operator from the slot, offers something a bit different to other receivers on the roster 
242. Jake Luton [ QB ] Oregon State - Packers usually take a QB, Luton has some prototypical traits 
251. John Penisini [ IDL ] Utah - More defensive line help, he was a good run defender at Utah and also has an awesome name
 

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17 hours ago, goldfishwars said:

Here you go:-

https://thedraftnetwork.com/mockdraft/PKymmjZOa9

45. Lucas Niang [ OT ] TCU - Man I looked at that roster and you guys still need a right tackle so bad, Niang's 2018 was excellent and he was hurt last year. Could be good value here. 
64. Bryce Hall [ CB ] Virginia - Seattle loves a long press corner and he's undervalued having not been able to workout in draft season. Flowers needs competition. 
70. Jonathan Greenard [ Edge ] Florida - Seattle needs edge help and Greenard kind fits that mold of the non-twitchy, edge setting defenders they've gone for
80. Terrell Burgess [ S ] Utah - Had to trade back up as Burgess was the last of starting caliber safeties available, cost me a bit - but I really like so it was worth it
133. Gabriel Davis [ WR ] UCF - There's still a need for a third receiver and Davis is kind of limited, but was a fantastic vertical receiver at UCF and Seattle loves to toss it up deep
139. Harrison Hand [ CB ] Temple - Nick corner/safety guy to help boster the defensive back positions - could give Amadi some competition 
144. Darrynton Evans [ RB ] Appalachian State - The Seahawks love a back who gets up to top speed in a hurry and Evans could split time with Chris Carson
159. Jack Driscoll [ OT ] Auburn - Swing tackle, development for when Brown's inevitable time comes. Driscoll is talented, but needs to hit the weights.
 

Going from 1 to 3 4th round picks is peak John Schneider. Nice.

45. Lucas Niang - So he defiantly checks all the boxes. Seen his name attached to Seattle by Seattle draft nerds. Now personally, I would love for Seattle to invest in a high upside bookend. BUT... BUT BUT BUT, if I were to look at recent Solari led offensive line trends, it really looks like Seattle will roll out in to 2020 with Brandon Shell protecting Russell's right side. Seattle has signed 4 offensive line men this FA period, and recently, Seattle has relied on bringing in vets to fill out the line (Duane Brown, JR Sweezy, Mike Iuapati, DJ Fluker, and now Shell-Ogbueshi-Finney-Warmack). Seattle could add a linemen in the draft, but I get the feeling they could settle for someone in the 4th and 5th. 

With that in mind; Chinn,. Duggar, Raekwon Davis, or Julian Okwara make sense for me at least. Even a wild card reach like Jabari  Zuniga.

64. Bryce Hall - With the trade for Quinton Dunbar, I think Seattle is out of the CB market for now. The team seems happy with Amadi, giving Seattle 4 corners (Flowers, Dunbar, Griffin). Now one coveat is BOTH Griffin and Dunbar are UFA in 2021. Seattle has been drafting a year of ahead of needs so its not outside the realm of possibility to draft a CB. Going with trends, again Seattle has PCJS have never taken a CB higher than the 3rd round.

Sticking with train of Thought; Josh Uche, Cam Akers, Willie Gay Jr, Jabari Zuniga or Terrell Burgess make sense here.  

70. Jonathan Greenard - Don't mind adding more talent to the DLINE. 

80. Terrell Burgess - Again, sounds like a Seattle safety. Wouldn't be surprised if he was in the mix for an earlier Seattle pick.

133. Gabriel Davis - Would suck to miss out on a lot of the more higher upside WR. But adding more talent here would be good.

139. Harrison Hand - Love the profile I read on him, sounds like a Seattle type CB. He is a smidge under than 32 inch arm cutoff, but so was Shaq Griffin. In fact, Harrison sounds a lot similar to Shaq. Im a fan of this type and place to pick a CB. 

144. Darrynton Evans - Sounds good. RB is a sneaky important need with Carson and Penny on the mend. Good place to pick one. 

Some other names in this zone Seattle could be in on ;

David Woodard LB, (Seattle has been in love with strong, ball hawks recently LB)

Jason Strowbridge IDL, (Dude checked all the athletic checkboxes Seattle covets)

Jonathan Garvin EDGE, (Another guy that hits that profile Seattle likes from the DLINE)

Devin DuVernay WR (Hits the profile, Catches in traffic, physical. Sounds like Seattle).

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26 minutes ago, animaltested said:

Going from 1 to 3 4th round picks is peak John Schneider. Nice.

45. Lucas Niang - So he defiantly checks all the boxes. Seen his name attached to Seattle by Seattle draft nerds. Now personally, I would love for Seattle to invest in a high upside bookend. BUT... BUT BUT BUT, if I were to look at recent Solari led offensive line trends, it really looks like Seattle will roll out in to 2020 with Brandon Shell protecting Russell's right side. Seattle has signed 4 offensive line men this FA period, and recently, Seattle has relied on bringing in vets to fill out the line (Duane Brown, JR Sweezy, Mike Iuapati, DJ Fluker, and now Shell-Ogbueshi-Finney-Warmack). Seattle could add a linemen in the draft, but I get the feeling they could settle for someone in the 4th and 5th. 

With that in mind; Chinn,. Duggar, Raekwon Davis, or Julian Okwara make sense for me at least. Even a wild card reach like Jabari  Zuniga.

64. Bryce Hall - With the trade for Quinton Dunbar, I think Seattle is out of the CB market for now. The team seems happy with Amadi, giving Seattle 4 corners (Flowers, Dunbar, Griffin). Now one coveat is BOTH Griffin and Dunbar are UFA in 2021. Seattle has been drafting a year of ahead of needs so its not outside the realm of possibility to draft a CB. Going with trends, again Seattle has PCJS have never taken a CB higher than the 3rd round.

Sticking with train of Thought; Josh Uche, Cam Akers, Willie Gay Jr, Jabari Zuniga or Terrell Burgess make sense here.  

70. Jonathan Greenard - Don't mind adding more talent to the DLINE. 

80. Terrell Burgess - Again, sounds like a Seattle safety. Wouldn't be surprised if he was in the mix for an earlier Seattle pick.

133. Gabriel Davis - Would suck to miss out on a lot of the more higher upside WR. But adding more talent here would be good.

139. Harrison Hand - Love the profile I read on him, sounds like a Seattle type CB. He is a smidge under than 32 inch arm cutoff, but so was Shaq Griffin. In fact, Harrison sounds a lot similar to Shaq. Im a fan of this type and place to pick a CB. 

144. Darrynton Evans - Sounds good. RB is a sneaky important need with Carson and Penny on the mend. Good place to pick one. 

Some other names in this zone Seattle could be in on ;

David Woodard LB, (Seattle has been in love with strong, ball hawks recently LB)

Jason Strowbridge IDL, (Dude checked all the athletic checkboxes Seattle covets)

Jonathan Garvin EDGE, (Another guy that hits that profile Seattle likes from the DLINE)

Devin DuVernay WR (Hits the profile, Catches in traffic, physical. Sounds like Seattle).

Ah yeah, forgot about the Dunbar signing! 

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Trade down for the Falcons in the first round to like 25 and then get like a 3rd+ back and let me know how it runs.

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2 hours ago, scar988 said:

Trade down for the Falcons in the first round to like 25 and then get like a 3rd+ back and let me know how it runs.

Here you go - a surprising number of needs when I looked at that roster, definitely got a little lucky with who was available. Assumed edge wasn't quite the need it was before the Fowler signing. 

https://thedraftnetwork.com/mockdraft/hSpRQpq1XS

25. Patrick Queen [ LB ] LSU - Surprised to see Queen still available and decided he would be exactly the linebacker that Dimitroff would like, rapid and instinctive
47. Jaylon Johnson [ CB ] Utah - Corner spot looked a little precarious and Johnson can man up outside
78. Davon Hamilton [ IDL ] Ohio State - Need some added beef inside and Hamilton would allow Grady to move to 3-tech
89. Cam Akers [ RB ] Florida State - Looked at running backs available and saw Akers available which was surprising and a no-brainer pick here
113. Alex Highsmith [ EDGE ] Charlotte - Small trade up here to get some edge depth, Highsmith has some upside to develop further
152. Michael Onwenu [ IOL ] Michigan -  Another small trade up here. Onwenu played well at the Shrine game, he's a big man mover on the inside and could push to start at guard
228. Jauan Jennings [ WR ] Tennessee - One late round pick, decided to spend it on a bigger receiver who was a YAC master at Tennessee 
 

 

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16 hours ago, goldfishwars said:

Here you go - a surprising number of needs when I looked at that roster, definitely got a little lucky with who was available. Assumed edge wasn't quite the need it was before the Fowler signing. 

https://thedraftnetwork.com/mockdraft/hSpRQpq1XS

25. Patrick Queen [ LB ] LSU - Surprised to see Queen still available and decided he would be exactly the linebacker that Dimitroff would like, rapid and instinctive
47. Jaylon Johnson [ CB ] Utah - Corner spot looked a little precarious and Johnson can man up outside
78. Davon Hamilton [ IDL ] Ohio State - Need some added beef inside and Hamilton would allow Grady to move to 3-tech
89. Cam Akers [ RB ] Florida State - Looked at running backs available and saw Akers available which was surprising and a no-brainer pick here
113. Alex Highsmith [ EDGE ] Charlotte - Small trade up here to get some edge depth, Highsmith has some upside to develop further
152. Michael Onwenu [ IOL ] Michigan -  Another small trade up here. Onwenu played well at the Shrine game, he's a big man mover on the inside and could push to start at guard
228. Jauan Jennings [ WR ] Tennessee - One late round pick, decided to spend it on a bigger receiver who was a YAC master at Tennessee 
 

 

Good call on Edge not being as big of a need.

1) Queen would be a good fit for the LB next to Jones.

2) I like Johnson as a guy who could combine with Oliver and Sheffield and give the Falcons a good young CB corps in a year or so.

3a) Hamilton would be a good fit for a guy to rotate with Davison at 1T. Grady always played 3T. 

3b) Akers isn't bad. Could be the Lighting to Gurley's Thunder this year.

4) Great pick.

5) Onwenu wouldn't start, but Falcons could definitely use depth at guard

7) Jennings wouldn't be bad to compete with Treadwell.

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Lotta Ravens fans are fantasizing about trading up to get Jeudy. However unlikely that is IRL, would be interesting to see what it looks like and what it leaves us with to address at least two of IOL/ILB/EDGE.

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