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The way the draft works out, I do not see the teams signing Cam and Clowney changing their draft strategy all that much despite the signing.


1.     Cincinnati Bengals – Joe Burrow QB LSU

2.     Washington Redskins – Chase Young EDGE Ohio State


To DET: 5th ovr + 26th ovr

To MIA: 3rd ovr + 149th ovr

3.     Miami Dolphins (from DET) – Tua Tagovailoa QB Alabama

4.     New York Giants – Andrew Thomas LT Georgia

5.     Detroit Lions (from MIA) – Jeff Okudah CB Ohio State

6.     Los Angeles Chargers – Mekhi Becton LT Louisville

7.     Carolina Panthers – Isaiah Simmons LB/S Clemson

8.     Arizona Cardinals – Jedrick Wills RT Alabama


To JAX: 21st ovr + 2021 1st rd pick + 2021 4th rd pick

To PHI: 9th ovr

9.     Philadelphia Eagles (from JAX) – Jerry Jeudy WR Alabama

The trade value for this type of trade up is iffy. I think this is fair value. Eagles desperately need a WR.


To CLE: 15th ovr + 77th ovr + 2021 3rd pick

To DEN: 10th ovr

10. Denver Broncos (from CLE) – CeeDee Lamb WR Oklahoma

Not a trade I see mocked all that much, but with Jack Conklin playing RT and the top two LT's off the board, getting more picks to fill more needs seems to be the best case for Cleveland. Denver has plenty of draft capital, so moving up to grab arguably the top WR ahead of the Jets and Raiders is an easy move.

11. New York Jets – Tristan Wirfs RT Iowa


To LV: 22nd ovr + 58th ovr + 89th ovr

To MIN: 12th ovr + 121st ovr + 2021 4th rd pick

12. Minnesota Vikings (from LV) – Derrick Brown DT Auburn

Another fun trade but Minnesota's DL has been fairly depleted this off season and with a talent like Brown tumbling down the board, my the hell not go up and get him. You still have an extra 1st and can still manuever around in the middle of draft to fill out the roster.

13. San Francisco 49ers (from IND) – Kristian Fulton CB LSU


To TB: 30th ovr + 94th ovr + 2021 1st rd pick

To GB: 14th ovr

14. Green Bay Packers (from TB) – Henry Ruggs WR Alabama

Packers are arguably one of the most ready to win teams in football. They need a true second option at WR and Ruggs can blow the top off teams in a multiple of ways, allowing Adams to use his route running skill set in the intermediate distances.

15. Cleveland Browns (from DEN) – Patrick Queen ILB LSU

This could be another trade down spot potentially with Dallas but I think the pick is the same for Cleveland. They lost Schobert so this fills an immediate and important need. They have some more early picks to fill out the other gaps in their roster.

16. Atlanta Falcons – K’Lavon Chaisson EDGE LSU

17. Dallas Cowboys – CJ Henderson CB Florida

18. Miami Dolphins – Javon Kinlaw DT Florida State

They did take Wilkins last year but Kinlaw is by far the BPA at this point and they have so much draft capital and so many holes, I could see BPA being their strategy throughout the entire process.

19. Las Vegas Raiders (from CHI) – Justin Jefferson WR LSU

20. Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR) – AJ Epenesa DL Iowa

Traded Campbell, and basically draft a guy who profiles the same. 

21. Jacksonville Jaguars (from PHI) – Xavier McKinney S Alabama

22. Las Vegas Raiders (from MIN via BUF) – Jeff Gladney CB TCU

23. New England Patriots – Jordan Love QB Utah State

Even if they sign Cam, Love may need to be a guy who sits for a year or two anyway.

24. New Orleans Saints – Kenneth Murray ILB Oklahoma

25. Minnesota Vikings – Josh Jones RT Houston

Vikings fans are probably screaming about getting a CB. There are plenty of CB's in the next tier.

26. Detroit Lions (from MIA) – Yetur Gross-Matos EDGE Penn State

An extra pick from their trade back, so they grab another fun toy for Patricia


To SEA: Yannick Ngakoue EDGE

To JAX: 27th ovr

27. Jacksonville Jaguars (from SEA) – AJ Terrell CB Clemson

Perhaps a reach but its a free draft pick for a guy who didn't want to be there. They need CB's and now have filled their top 3 needs with 1st round picks.

28. Baltimore Ravens – Grant Delpit S LSU

BPA is always the Ravens mantra. Will not be shocked if this is Swift either.

29. Tennessee Titans – Zack Baun EDGE Wisconsin

Vrabel drafts his football doppleganger.

30. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from GB) – D’Andre Swift RB Georgia

You got extra picks from GB, and Swift is by far the BPA and you officially have the most stacked offense in football.


To SF: 37th ovr + 112th ovr

To LAC: 31st ovr

31. Los Angeles Chargers (from SF) – Justin Herbert QB Oregon

Niners needed to trade down to get more picks. Herbert was dropping and LA moves up to get the 5th year option. Tyrod can still start the year on a short leash.


To KC: 35th ovr + 109th ovr

To DET: 32nd ovr + 177th ovr

32. Detroit Lions (from KC) – Tee Higgins WR Clemson

A trade that makes sense for both sides. Lions get a much needed WR, which opens up the possibility to move Marvin Jones on Day 2 or 3.


Round 2

33. Cincinnati Bengals – Ezra Cleveland RT Boise State

34. Indianapolis Colts (from WAS) – Denzel Mims WR Baylor

35. Kansas City Chiefs (from DET) – Cesar Ruiz LG Michigan

36. New York Giants – Antoine Winfield S Minnesota

37. San Francisco 49ers (from LAC) – Neville Gallimore DT Oklahoma

38. Carolina Panthers – Trevon Diggs CB Alabama

39. Miami Dolphins – Lucas Niang RT TCU

40. Houston Texans (from ARZ) – Terrell Lewis EDGE Alabama

41. Cleveland Browns – Austin Jackson LT USC

42. Jacksonville Jaguars – Raekwon Davis DT Alabama

I stand by thinking their offense is not that bad if they can stay healthy. A front 4 that has Allen, Davis, and Epenesa can revitalize Sacksonville.

43. Chicago Bears (from LV) – Lloyd Cushenberry RG LSU

44. Indianapolis Colts – Jake Fromm QB Georgia

He will sit for the year. Makes a ton of sense, it is clear Brissett is not who they feel is the answer at all.


To TB: OT Trent Williams

To WAS: 2021 1st rd pick + conditional 2021 5th rd pick (can be a 4th)

45. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jacob Eason QB Washington

Needed to clarify this trade to justify the draft strategy I outlined for TB. Eason is a raw prospect who after 2 years of Brady, should be an easy plug and play.

46. Denver Broncos – Jaylon Johnson CB Utah

47. Atlanta Falcons – Ross Blacklock DT TCU

48. New York Jets – Laviska Shenault WR Colorado

49. Pittsburgh Steelers – Marlon Davidson DL Auburn

50. Chicago Bears – Kyle Duggar LB/S Lynoir-Rhyne

51. Dallas Cowboys – Julian Okwara EDGE Notre Dame

52. Los Angeles Rams – Jonathan Taylor RB Wisconsin

An interesting move but who is in that backfield at all?

53. Philadelphia Eagles – Willie Gay Jr. LB Mississippi State

Off the field issues but the need is so significant for Philly that taking a chance on this guy could pay serious dividends. 

54. Buffalo Bills – JK Dobbins RB Ohio State

I know fans are screaming Singletary but the health of this offense is reliant on the running attack being strong and deep.

55. Baltimore Ravens (from ATL via NE) – KJ Hamler WR Penn State

56. Miami Dolphins (from NO) – Tyler Biadasz C Wisconsin

Injury concerns have him drop but if this works out, Dolphins are creating an all star OL through this draft.

57. Houston Texans – Justin Madubuike DT Texas A&M

58. Las Vegas Raiders (from MIN) – Damien Lewis RG LSU

59. Seattle Seahawks – Noah Igbonoghene CB Auburn

60. Baltimore Ravens – Troy Dye ILB Oregon

61. Tennessee Titans – Matthew Peart RT UConn

62. Green Bay Packers – Cole Kmet TE Notre Dame

63. Kansas City Chiefs (from SF) – Bryce Hall CB Virginia

64. Seattle Seahawks (from KC) – Donovan Peoples-Jones WR Michigan



65. Cincinnati Bengals – Nick Harris C Washington

66. Washington Redskins – KJ Hill WR Ohio State

67. Detroit Lions – Malik Harrison ILB Ohio State

68. New York Jets (from NYG) – Curtis Weaver EDGE Boise State

69. Carolina Panthers – Jalen Hurts QB Oklahoma

Teddy is who they think may be the answer...but if he isn't....could you imagine Hurts CMC Moore Samuel on the same field together?

70. Miami Dolphins – Prince Tega-Wanogho LT Auburn

71. Los Angeles Chargers – Jalen Reager WR TCU

72. Arizona Cardinals – Josh Uche EDGE Michigan

73. Jacksonville Jaguars – Adam Trautman TE Dayton

74. Cleveland Browns – Ashtyn Davis S California

75. Indianapolis Colts – Matt Hennessy LG Temple

76. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Isaiah Wilson RT Georgia

77. Cleveland Browns (from DEN) – Brandon Aiyuk WR Arizona State

78. Atlanta Falcons – Damon Arnette CB Ohio State

79. New York Jets – Cameron Dantzler CB Mississippi State

80. Las Vegas Raiders – Robert Hunt LG Louisiana

81. Las Vegas Raiders (from CHI) – Rashard Lawrence DT LSU

82. Dallas Cowboys – Chase Claypool WR Notre Dame

83. Denver Broncos (from PIT) – Jack Driscoll LT Auburn

84. Los Angeles Rams – Akeem Davis-Gaither ILB Appalachian State

85. Detroit Lions (from PHI) – Ben Bartch RT St. John

86. Buffalo Bills – Darnay Holmes CB UCLA

87. New England Patriots – Brycen Hopkins TE Purdue

88. New Orleans Saints – Devin Duvernay WR Texas

89. Las Vegas Raiders (from MIN) – Clyde Edwards-Helaire RB LSU

A very nice compliment to Jacobs. Gruden loves to have a strong 1-2 punch at RB (Hearst/Wheatley, Alstott/Pittman, etc.)

90. Houston Texans – Solomon Kindley OG Georgia

91. Las Vegas Raiders (from SEA) – Terrell Burgess S Utah

I am not 100% convinced that Abram will not be playing LB next year. 

92. Baltimore Ravens – Jonah Jackson RG Ohio State

93. Tennessee Titans – Cam Akers RB Florida State

Even if they extend Henry, he has yet to show that he can have consistency year to year.

94. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from GB) – Jonathan Greenard EDGE Florida

95. Denver Broncos (from SF) – Netane Muti RG Fresno State

96. Kansas City Chiefs – Jordyn Brooks ILB Texas Tech

97. Cleveland Browns (from HOU) - Darrell Taylor EDGE Tennessee

98. New England Patriots – Anfernee Jennings OLB Alabama

Prototypical Patriot linebacker. His Pro-Comp is Donta Hightower.

99. New York Giants – Saahdiq Charles RT LSU

100.  New England Patriots – Eno Benjamin RB Arizona State

They always take a RB in every draft because they hate paying them once their rookie deal is up.

101.  Seattle Seahawks – Leki Fotu DT Utah

102.  Pittsburgh Steelers – Shane Lemieux LG Oregon

103. Philadelphia Eagles – Jeremy Chinn S Southern Illinois

104. Los Angeles Rams – Davon Hamilton DT Ohio State

105. Minnesota Vikings – Troy Pride Jr. CB Notre Dame

This is the steal of the draft. Count on it.

106. Baltimore Ravens – Jabari Zuniga EDGE Florida

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Love the trade and 1st Round picks for the Raiders. In the 2nd Round I’d rather double dip at WR, give me Chase Claypool or Brandon Aiyuk. Or give me a guy to spell Jacobs like Cam Akers. Definitely pass on a guard in the 2nd. 

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Bengals will be going LB in the 1st 3 rounds. I would take Malik Harrison in round 3 in this situation. 

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Appreciate the effort. Bucs have Don Smith under contract for another year and with his contract still being accounted for we do not have room for Trent Williams contract. BA is in win now mode so I can see Swift at 30. 

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44 minutes ago, wcf1989 said:


To TB: 30th ovr + 94th ovr + 2021 1st rd pick

To GB: 14th ovr

14. Green Bay Packers (from TB) – Henry Ruggs WR Alabama

Packers are arguably one of the most ready to win teams in football. They need a true second option at WR and Ruggs can blow the top off teams in a multiple of ways, allowing Adams to use his route running skill set in the intermediate distances.

The Packers aren't trading up, and they wouldn't trade up if it wasn't for Lamb or Jeudy.  Stay at 30 and take your highest ranked WR at that point.

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Love love the selections for Eagles but man there's no way we'd make that trade. Spending two first round picks on Jerry Jeudy? Not in this lifetime brother.

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You tricked me and i almost had to get ya a bit lol.   I was gonna blast ya for passing on Kinlaw thats a BIG NO NO in my book and i like Chassion a bit but Kinlaw is a game changer and a top 10 guy to me.  Possibly the best or 2nd best DT in this draft.     Blalock i actually have as a 1st round DT as well and if we didn't redeem ourself with that pick in round 2 i would have argued with you for sure taking Kinlaw in the 1st.

I still might a little bit as you just can't pass on Kinlaw he's too much of a fricken beast lol

Still Chassion, Blaolock, and Arnette is a fantastic draft i can't wine about that it hit's our 3 biggest needs with great talent in each round at our pick.

My backup plan would have been

1st - Kinlaw DT
2nd - Harrison - LB
3rd - Arnette - CB


1st - Kinlaw- DT
2nd - Duggard- SS
3rd - Akeem - Gaither - LB
4th - CB and RB or Edge if Hightower is there.

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Browns run defense is bad We should stay at pick 10 and grab d.t. Derrick Brown.  He is a top 6-7 player and great value at pick 10. 

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Posted (edited)

Miami doesn't have "so many holes" since our FA signings. Mostly QBotF, 2 OT, RB2

Edited by Tetsujin

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Too many holes for the Vikings for me to want them to move up, that said, for Brown, I'd be really tempted to move up. If Jones can only be a RT, I don't see the Vikings drafting him. Brian O'Neill has done really well over there.

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49ers - Henry Ruggs III over any CB not named Okudah!

They do already have a more than capable 1T tackle in DJ Jones, and Armstead will most likely slide into the 3T spot.

I like the trade but would prefer Ruggs and Diggs.

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Tremendous job on the draft love the trades.

I'll  try not  to bust balls here but this draft is horrible for the Pats.

20 hours ago, wcf1989 said:

23. New England Patriots – Jordan Love QB Utah State

Lets start with the 23rd pick. 

  • 1st   Pats have no 2nd round pick and they need to rebuild. You trade every pick in the draft but not the Patriots. When BB trades more than anyone in the draft.
  • 2nd  You draft a High School QB that every mock guru say is the next Mahomes. How many times are they right! Zero. The Pats like Stidham, he will be the starter.
  •  3rd trade trade trade 1st and the 3 3rds. BB will goes out to get  Cole Kmet TE Notre Dame.
20 hours ago, wcf1989 said:

87. New England Patriots – Brycen Hopkins TE Purdue

No way, he a one trick (catch) pony and can't block a must for a Pats TE. Also Pats get Met earlier.

20 hours ago, wcf1989 said:

98. New England Patriots – Anfernee Jennings OLB Alabama

A dog. Watch game tapes not highlights, he's lazy, product of the Tides defense.

20 hours ago, wcf1989 said:

100.  New England Patriots – Eno Benjamin RB Arizona State

Why on earth do you take a RB when you have Damion Harris and Sony. Where are your WRs for the Patriots. If you going to give Pats a RB why not the best two way player in the draft at 87. Clyde Edwards-Helaire RB LSU .

This is based on your mock and what I would of done.

23rd ----Trade---- Get Cole Met TE ND and add additional picks

87th ----- Clyde Edwards-Helaire RB LSU . PS If they trade Tuney I would look at OL here as well.

98th ------- Davon Hamilton DT Ohio State

100th -----  KJ HILL WR Ohio state. Or the best Outside WR on the board.

Edited by m haynes

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Benga;s have to get at least 1 LB by the end of Day 2.  Malik Harrison in the third.

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