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FFMD 2020: You Can't Fight In Here, This Is the War Room!

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15 minutes ago, Texas_OutLaw7 said:

@Daniel - just checking in to see if any decision has been made.

Yeah, it’s a no.

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Bengals looking to trade up 

here is our capital 

3rd Rnd - Pick 1 | Overall: 65 | Cincinnati Bengals    
4th Rnd - Pick 1 | Overall: 107 | Cincinnati Bengals    
4th Rnd - Pick 15 | Overall: 121 | Cincinnati Bengals    
5th Rnd - Pick 1 | Overall: 147 | Cincinnati Bengals    
6th Rnd - Pick 1 | Overall: 181 | Cincinnati Bengals    
7th Rnd - Pick 1 | Overall: 216 | Cincinnati Bengals    

WR John Ross

S Shawn Williams

QB Andy Dalton

plus future picks

 

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Titans have selected Justin Madubuike with pick 39.  Between him, Simmons, and Jones (not to mention Crawford and Mack), we should have a stellar interior pass rush.

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Are any of your OGs available?

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11 minutes ago, PR said:

Are any of your OGs available?

They can be, for the right price, but I'm not looking to offload either of the starters, at least.

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With their second pick, Titans take Cole Kmet.  Wanted to dip into the WR class, but every other team seems to be content to do that, so he was BPA on the board.

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With their third pick (93), Titans take Jabari Zuniga.  Problematic medical history, to a degree, but crazy athletic, and blew up in limited playing time.  Won't need him really til next season.

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With their fourth pick (153), the Titans take Reggie Robinson (CB, Tulsa).  Sleeper gem, had great tape, but there were speed concerns which he refuted with a 4.44 forty time, and was one of the top performers in almost every test at the combine.

That puts the defense like so, and I like it.

DL: Jeffery Simmons, Daquon Jones, Justin Madubuike, Jack Crawford, Isaiah Mack

Edge: Harold Landry, Vic Beasley, Jabari Zuniga, Kamalei Correa, D'Andre Walker

LB: Rashaan Evans, Jayon Brown, David Long

S: Kevin Byard, Kenny Vacarro, Amani Hooker, Dane Cruikshank

CB: Malcolm Butler, Adoree Jackson, Logan Ryan, Reggie Roberts

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On 4/10/2020 at 11:43 PM, Daniel said:

With their fourth pick (153), the Titans take Reggie Robinson (CB, Tulsa).  Sleeper gem, had great tape, but there were speed concerns which he refuted with a 4.44 forty time, and was one of the top performers in almost every test at the combine.

That puts the defense like so, and I like it.

DL: Jeffery Simmons, Daquon Jones, Justin Madubuike, Jack Crawford, Isaiah Mack

Edge: Harold Landry, Vic Beasley, Jabari Zuniga, Kamalei Correa, D'Andre Walker

LB: Avery Williamson, Jayon Brown, David Long

S: Kevin Byard, Kenny Vacarro, Amani Hooker, Dane Cruikshank

CB: Malcolm Butler, Adoree Jackson, Logan Ryan, Reggie Roberts

Did you trade away Evans?

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Just now, Titansfan_13 said:

Did you trade away Evans?

Haha, no.  That is a brainfart.  Avery Williamson was offered in a trade proposal.

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With their sixth pick (175), the Titans selected Jon Runyon, OL, Michigan.  Lots of talent late in the draft at OL, but Runyon was one of the consensus highest rated remaining guard/tackles, has NFL bloodlines, and tested very well at the combine, so he edged out other considerations.

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Titans took RB Raymond Calais out of Louisiana Lafayette with the 225th pick.  Very fast, a little on the small side, but good for gadget plays in the open field, which should complement Henry.  Was one of the players considered for the last pick.

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