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2.62 - AJ Dillon [RB; Boston College]

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Remember who the HC and OC are.... they come from programs that ran the ball. Gurley, fornette, etc.

Kyle Shanahan’s offense is about running. Not saying it’s a good pick just saying the make up of the offense is changing.

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We're going to have a hell of a combo at QB-RB in 2026.

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Just now, dwaye50327 said:

I guess this team really is preparing for the future. I guess the now is done and over with. 

I mean the draft is usually when you set yourself up for the future. So yeah makes sense. 

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3 minutes ago, Packerraymond said:

We've become the Seattle Seahawks. I have no idea what our plan is anymore.

This right here.  I'm done trying to predict who Gute will pick.

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Just now, YaddaHolla said:

He’s opposite of Jones who is the perfect fit for MLF. So I don’t get it

High RAS score and he's a bruiser. Probably plan on him being our Derrick Henry.

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Posted (edited)
2 minutes ago, deathstar said:

I guess LaFleur liked what Henry brought his offense.

You know, I was recently wondering if they'd take Dillon for this very reason, but I figured 3rd at the earliest, and possibly 4th.

Edited by MaximusGluteus

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Packers are drafting like there isnt going to be a 2020 Season

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1 minute ago, Macc_Aviv said:

Really funny way to pronounce Josh Jones. 

Yeah, that is the way I feel about this pick.  

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Are the Green Bay Packers GM and coach smoking banana peels??! What the **** are they doing in this draft??? 

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Posted (edited)

Tom Silverstein -  Derrick Henry is taller but weighed the same comiong out of college and ran a similar 4.54 coming out of college. Dillon had an incredible 41-inch vertical leap, Henry had a 37.

Henry benched 22, Dillon 23. Dillon ran the three-cone in 7.19, Henry in 7.20.

Edited by Leader

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