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31 minutes ago, Kirill said:

nope

I am completely confused  .. can't reply without quoting Kirill

 

still: nope.

 

If we want to improve,at DB  we need qualkity, not mass.

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2 hours ago, KC_Guy said:

I am completely confused  .. can't reply without quoting Kirill

 

still: nope.

 

If we want to improve,at DB  we need qualkity, not mass.

We got Trevon Diggs at 32... Let's go

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Personally would have took the trade,  Diggs isn’t worth a 1st imo.    Love the 1st pick though.. and I get needing a CB 

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47 minutes ago, samsel23 said:

Personally would have took the trade,  Diggs isn’t worth a 1st imo.    Love the 1st pick though.. and I get needing a CB 

Smart man

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I have also soured on Diggs, but he fills the uniform. We have a very nice pickup at DE and a decent pickup at CB.

For the next pick, interior line for either side of the ball. There will still be a slew of RB and WR for the later picks. 

J

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8 hours ago, Counselor said:

Smart man

Diggs just had a very productive year in his first full year as a CB. He has all of the talent and measurables needed to be an elite playmaker from the nickel position in our switch heavy secondary, which was a void Fuller left behind.

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well, next pick is way out of my time zone, thus a few thoughts:

Not sure how the rosters work, obviously some teams still provide updates/corrections. I'll go with the roster on the worksheet, ceated a little depth chart there.

 

Remaining "needs" after the departure of Jones & Watkins: DT (can be compensated by good depth at DE - KPass comes to mind), ILB (if Hitchens moves outside), WR, and IOL. Taking a look at the longer term: OT and TE

My priorities in round 2: IOL (especially OC), WR (bigger body) and a penetrating DT. A RB would be an absolute luxury pick, but if a guy like Edwards-Helaire is available I'd give him a thought. Two 3rd rounders helps a lot in terms of flexibility.

Some names (in order of priority):

Cushenberry (OC)
Harrison (ILB)
Pittman (WR)
Hamilton (DT)
Dye (ILB)

Edwards-Helaire would fall into the Pittman/Hamilton category if you want to go down that road.

 

 

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I disagree about C. He took a while to learn his role, but Reiter was doing fine in the playoffs. In the SB everyone but Schwartz was overmatched a little. Reiter was on par Fisher, Wisniewski and Doc. A young, high upside IOL would be a reasonable pick, but not a priority.

Spags does like the skinny DT. Bashaud Breeland may fit that role in addition to TK. A name to remember in round three is Curtis Weaver, Boise State. He's a tweener that some list as Edge. 

BPA is a good plan. I would love to get Blacklock, but I would not be unhappy with Ruiz. Also, don't pass up a great value at S. Guys like Delpit and Dugger tend to slide and both would be great at #55. 

J

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I traded up with our late 4th and 2nd to get RB Jonathan Taylor. I don't know how he fell this far. He's top 20 on many peoples big boards. We still have our two 3rds and 5th

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I'm upset. The trade was fine, but you passed over a very good pick, Dugger, who went #51.

J

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45 minutes ago, onejayhawk said:

I'm upset. The trade was fine, but you passed over a very good pick, Dugger, who went #51.

J

So who would Dugger replace? Thornhill or Mathieu?

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26 minutes ago, kingseanjohn said:

So who would Dugger replace? Thornhill or Mathieu?

Sorenson and Fuller, maybe Mathieu eventually. Also, Thornhill may not be 100% at first, so it gives us depth at a premium position in our defense. We should value and evaluate safeties like most teams evaluate corenerbacks.

J

 

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Taylor is solid value.  He’s an odd fit for our offense though,  he’s not gonna get near the running lanes.   He’s a talented guy though

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20 hours ago, onejayhawk said:

I disagree about C. He took a while to learn his role, but Reiter was doing fine in the playoffs. In the SB everyone but Schwartz was overmatched a little. Reiter was on par Fisher, Wisniewski and Doc. A young, high upside IOL would be a reasonable pick, but not a priority.

Spags does like the skinny DT. Bashaud Breeland may fit that role in addition to TK. A name to remember in round three is Curtis Weaver, Boise State. He's a tweener that some list as Edge. 

BPA is a good plan. I would love to get Blacklock, but I would not be unhappy with Ruiz. Also, don't pass up a great value at S. Guys like Delpit and Dugger tend to slide and both would be great at #55. 

J

This is why I like Cesar Ruiz he can play C and Guard.

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He's so pricey. If he is going to be Rodney Hudson it would be worth it.

That said, we do not need someone to step in and start and that is what you are paying for with Ruiz. I would be fine with any of several OG that will be available a couple rounds later. They may need a year or two to get up to speed, but we can give it to them.

J

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