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JAX 1.
Trevor Lawrence
QB Clemson
 
CIN 2.
Gregory Rousseau
EDGE Miami
 
WAS 3.
Micah Parsons
LB Penn State
 
CAR 4.
Justin Fields
QB Ohio State
 
MIA 5.
Creed Humphrey
OC Oklahoma
 
NYJ 6.
Penei Sewell
OT Oregon
 
NYG 7.
Ja'Marr Chase
WR LSU
 
DET 8.
Dylan Moses
LB Alabama
 
ARI 9.
Jaylen Waddle
WR Alabama
 
LV 10.
Rondale Moore
WR Purdue
 
LAC 11.
Alex Leatherwood
OT Alabama
 
DEN 12.
Caden Sterns
S Texas
 
ATL 13.
Marvin Wilson
DT Florida State
 
MIA 14.
Xavier Thomas
EDGE Clemson
 
CHI 15.
Trey Lance
QB North Dakota State
 
CLE 16.
Brevin Jordan
TE Miami
 
JAX 17.
Patrick Surtain II
CB Alabama
 
MIN 18.
Rashod Bateman
WR Minnesota
 
IND 19.
Shaun Wade
CB Ohio State
 
TB 20.
Najee Harris
RB Alabama
 
TEN 21.
Devonta Smith
WR Alabama
 
BUF 22.
Carlos Basham
EDGE Wake Forest
 
PHI 23.
Liam Eichenberg
OT Notre Dame
 
SEA 24.
Justyn Ross
WR Clemson
 
PIT 25.
Pat Freiermuth
TE Penn State
 
NE 26.
Andre Cisco
S Syracuse
 
DAL 27.
Jay Tufele
DT USC
 
GB 28.
Paulson Adebo
CB Stanford
 
SF 29.
Hamilcar Rashed Jr.
EDGE Oregon State
 
BAL 30.
Trey Smith
OG Tennessee
 
NO 31.
Samuel Cosmi
OT Texas
 
KC 32.
Thayer Munford
OT Ohio State
 
     
JAX 33.
Tammarrion Terry
WR Florida State
 
CIN 34.
Jevon Holland
S Oregon
 
WAS 35.
Jackson Carman
OT Clemson
 
CAR 36.
Walker Little
OT Stanford
 
MIA 37.
Hamsah Nasirildeen
S Florida State
 
NYJ 38.
Travis Etienne
RB Clemson
 
NYG 39.
JaCoby Stevens
S LSU
 
DET 40.
Jonathan Cooper
EDGE Ohio State
 
ARI 41.
Kyle Pitts
TE Florida
 
LV 42.
Brock Purdy
QB Iowa State
 
LAC 43.
Chris Olave
WR Ohio State
 
DEN 44.
Nick Bolton
LB Missouri
 
ATL 45.
Chuba Hubbard
RB Oklahoma State
 
MIA 46.
Kylin Hill
RB Mississippi State
 
CHI 47.
Tyson Cambpell
CB Georgia
 
CLE 48.
Adrian Ealy
OT Oklahoma
 
LAR 49.
Sage Surratt
WR Wake Forest
 
MIN 50.
Trey Dean III
CB Florida
 
IND 51.
Darius Stills
DT West Virginia
 
TB 52.
Alaric Jackson
OT Iowa
 
TEN 53.
Tylan Wallace
WR Oklahoma State
 
BUF 54.
Marco Wilson
CB Florida
 
PHI 55.
Dimitri Moore
LB Vanderbilt
 
SEA 56.
Richard LeCounte
S Georgia
 
PIT 57.
Jamie Newman
QB Georgia
 
NE 58.
Quincy Roche
EDGE Miami
 
DAL 59.
Matt Bushman
TE BYU
 
GB 60.
Cole Van Lanen
OT Wisconsin
 
SF 61.
Amon-Ra St. Brown
WR USC
 
BAL 62.
CJ Verdell
RB Oregon
 
NO 63.
Damonte Coxie
WR Memphis
 
KC 64.
Mustafa Johnson
DT Colorado
 
     
JAX 65.
Wyatt Davis
OG Ohio State
 
CIN 66.
Derion Kendrick
CB Clemson
 
WAS 67.
Patrick Johnson
EDGE Tulane
 
CAR 68.
Tyler Linderbaum
OC Iowa
 
MIA 69.
Seth Williams
WR Auburn
 
NYJ 70.
Ronnie Perkins
EDGE Oklahoma
 
NYG 71.
Isaiahh Loudermilk
EDGE Wisconsin
 
DET 72.
Kyle Trask
QB Florida
 
ARI 73.
Kenneth Gainwell
RB Memphis
 
LV 74.
Abraham Lucas
OT Washington State
 
LAC 75.
Israel Mukuamu
CB South Carolina
 
DEN 76.
Joe Tryon
EDGE Washington
 
ATL 77.
Tarron Jackson
EDGE Coastal Carolina
 
HOU 78.
Landon Young
OT Kentucky
 
CHI 79.
Keaontay Ingram
RB Texas
 
CLE 80.
LaBryan Ray
DT Alabama
 
LAR 81.
Austin Deculus
OT LSU
 
MIN 82.
Tanner Morgan
QB Minnesota
 
IND 83.
Thomas Booker
EDGE Stanford
 
TB 84.
Sam Ehlinger
QB Texas
 
TEN 85.
Quay Walker
LB Georgia
 
BUF 86.
Tedarrell Slaton
DT Florida
 
PHI 87.
Patrick Jones
EDGE Pittsburgh
 
SEA 88.
Pooka Williams
RB Kansas
 
PIT 89.
Lorenzo Neal
DT Purdue
 
NE 90.
Damone Clark
LB LSU
 
DAL 91.
Brendan Radley-Hiles
CB Oklahoma
 
GB 92.
Chaz Surratt
LB North Carolina
 
WAS 93.
Deommodore Lenoir
CB Oregon
 
BAL 94.
Cade Mays
OT Tennessee
 
CLE 95.
Baron Browning
LB Ohio State
 
KC 96.
Caleb Farley
CB Virginia Tech
 
     
JAX 97.
Master Teague
RB Ohio State
 
CIN 98.
Kennedy Brooks
RB Oklahoma
 
WAS 99.
Zamir White
RB Georgia
 
CAR 100.
Cameron McGrone
LB Michigan
 
MIA 101.
Monty Rice
LB Georgia
 
NYJ 102.
Josh Myers
OC Ohio State
 
NYG 103.
Pete Werner
LB Ohio State
 
DET 104.
Whop Philyor
WR Indiana
 
HOU 105.
Eric Stokes
CB Georgia
 
LV 106.
Josh Sills
OG Oklahoma State
 
LAC 107.
Big Kat Bryant
EDGE Auburn
 
DEN 108.
Deonte Brown
OG Alabama
 
ATL 109.
Levi Onwuzurike
DT Washington
 
HOU 110.
Richie Grant
S UCF
 
MIN 111.
Tyler Vaughns
WR USC
 
CLE 112.
JaQuan Bailey
EDGE Iowa State
 
JAX 113.
Rachad Wildgoose
CB Wisconsin
 
MIN 114.
Tariq Bracy
CB Notre Dame
 
IND 115.
Garrett Wallow
LB TCU
 
TB 116.
Tariq Castro-Fields
CB Penn State
 
TEN 117.
James Skaliski
LB Clemson
 
MIN 118.
Tyler Shelvin
DT LSU
 
CLE 119.
Terrace Marshall
WR LSU
 
SEA 120.
Journey Brown
RB Penn State
 
PIT 121.
Shaka Toney
EDGE Penn State
 
NE 122.
Delarrin Turner-Yell
S Oklahoma
 
DAL 123.
Jartavious Whitlow
RB Auburn
 
GB 124.
KJ Costello
QB Mississippi State
 
SF 125.
Olaijah Griffin
CB USC
 
BAL 126.
Alec Lindstrom
OC Boston College
 
NO 127.
Jack Anderson
OG Texas Tech
 
KC 128.
Joseph Ossai
LB Texas
 
     
JAX 129.
Eroll Thompson
LB Mississippi State
 
CIN 130.
Shaun Jolly
CB Appalachian State
 
WAS 131.
Tuf Borland
LB Ohio State
 
CAR 132.
Kayden Lyles
OG Wisconsin
 
MIA 133.
P.J. Mustipher
DT Penn State
 
NYJ 134.
Jordan Davis
TE Louisville
 
NYJ 135.
Kuony Deng
LB California
 
DET 136.
Jordan Davis
DT Georgia
 
ARI 137.
Sadarius Hutcherson
OG South Carolina
 
BUF 138.
James Wiggins
S Cincinatti
 
LAC 139.
Jeremy Rucker
TE Ohio State
 
DEN 140.
Carlton Martial
LB Troy
 
ATL 141.
Charleston Rambo
WR Oklahoma
 
HOU 142.
Faion Hicks
CB Wisconsin
 
CHI 143.
Jordan Scott
DT Oregon
 
CLE 144.
Osa Odighizuwa
DT UCLA
 
CLE 145.
Elijah Molden
S Washington
 
MIN 146.
Amari Rodgers
WR Clemson
 
IND 147.
Marlon Tuipulotu
DT USC
 
TB 148.
Lyn-J Dixon
RB Clemson
 
TEN 149.
Adrian Martinez
QB Nebraska
 
BUF 150.
Max Borghi
RB Washington State
 
PHI 151.
Demetris Robertson
WR Georgia
 
SEA 152.
Trey Hill
OC Georgia
 
BAL 153.
Nico Collins
WR Michigan
 
NE 154.
Brendon White
S Rutgers
 
PHI 155.
Thomas Graham
CB Oregon
 
GB 156.
Landon Dickerson
OC Alabama
 
SF 157.
Devonte Wyatt
DT Georgia
 
MIN 158.
Mykel Jones
WR Oklahoma
 
NO 159.
Tre Brown
CB Oklahoma
 
KC 160.
Jalen Twyman
DT Pittsburgh
 
     
JAX 161.
Logan Rudolph
EDGE Clemson
 
CIN 162.
Isaac Slade-Matautia
LB Oregon
 
WAS 163.
Ambry Thomas
CB Michigan
 
CAR 164.
Jordan Williams
EDGE Clemson
 
HOU 165.
Al Blades
CB Miami
 
NE 166.
Brady White
QB Memphis
 
NYG 167.
JD Spielman
WR Nebraska
 
DET 168.
Jack Sanborn
LB Wisconsin
 
ARI 169.
Kevin Austin
WR Notre Dame
 
LV 170.
Khyiris Tonga
DT BYU
 
LAC 171.
Marquis Hayes
OG Oklahoma
 
DEN 172.
Foster Serrell
OT Stanford
 
ATL 173.
Trevon Moehrig
S TCU
 
HOU 174.
Isaac Taylor-Stuart
CB USC
 
CHI 175.
Charlie Kolar
TE Iowa State
 
CLE 176.
Dazz Newsome
WR North Carolina
 
LAR 177.
Rakeem Boyd
RB Arkansas
 
MIN 178.
Jarrett Patterson
OC Notre Dame
 
IND 179.
Ventrell Miller
LB Florida
 
TB 180.
Eric Swenson
OT Oklahoma
 
TEN 181.
Josh Pederson
TE UL-Monroe
 
BUF 182.
Dashaun White
LB Oklahoma
 
PHI 183.
Trevon Grimes
WR Florida
 
MIA 184.
Shane Buechele
QB SMU
 
MIA 185.
Dillon Radunz
OT North Dakota State
 
NYJ 186.
Talanoa Hufanaga
S USC
 
NE 187.
Ian Book
QB Notre Dame
 
GB 188.
Kellen Mond
QB Texas A&M
 
SF 189.
Walter Grant
LB Georgia
 
BAL 190.
Jah-Maine Martin
RB North Carolina A&T
 
HOU 191.
Tutu Atwell
WR Louisville
 
TEN 192.
Asante Samuel
CB Florida State
 
     
JAX 193.
Donovan Stiner
S Florida
 
CIN 194.
Noah Taylor
EDGE Virginia
 
WAS 195.
Christian Tutt
CB Auburn
 
CAR 196.
Quinton Bohana
DT Kentucky
 
PIT 197.
Lamont Wade
S Penn State
 
NYJ 198.
Dyami Brown
WR North Carolina
 
NYG 199.
Paddy Fisher
LB Northwestern
 
SEA 200.
Zerrick Cooper
QB Jacksonville State
 
ARI 201.
Drew Dalman
OC Stanford
 
LV 202.
Marquez Stevenson
WR Houston
 
LAC 203.
Aashari Crosswell
S Arizona State
 
DEN 204.
Kary Vincent
S LSU
 
MIA 205.
Jermar Jefferson
RB Oregon State
 
HOU 206.
DJ Daniel
CB Georgia
 
LV 207.
Houston Griffith
CB Notre Dame
 
DEN 208.
LaRon Stokes
DT Oklahoma
 
LAR 209.
TJ Vasher
WR Texas Tech
 
MIN 210.
Jaret Patterson
RB Buffalo
 
IND 211.
Emil Ekiyor
OG Alabama
 
TB 212.
Alijah Vera-Tucker
OG USC
 
TEN 213.
Jake Ferguson
TE Wisconsin
 
CLE 214.
Josh Jobe
CB Alabama
 
PHI 215.
Trey Sermon
RB Ohio State
 
SEA 216.
Brayden Johnson
WR Oklahoma State
 
TB 217.
Dez Fitzpatrick
WR Louisville
 
NE 218.
Naquan Jones
DT Michigan State
 
DAL 219.
Jaycee Horn
CB South Carolina
 
GB 220.
Jahan Dotson
WR Penn State
 
SF 221.
Dom Peterson
DT Nevada
 
PIT 222.
Josh Seltzner
OG Wisconsin
 
NO 223.
Mac Jones
QB Alabama
 
KC 224.
Will Fries
OT Penn State
     
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This draft would totally piss off Aaron Rodgers

 

What would Bill O'Brien Do, Draft 3 CB's

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I assume you did not make all of these picks and just did it off the damn rankings previously given to you?  Or you just simulated it all for what?  A lot of guys who are not placed correctly I find.  

 

Overrated:

Trey Lance - I do not get the Lance hype as a potential RS SOPH QB, not sure he has the arm talent to make that kind of move.

Kyle Trask - This high, he is good but not that damn good.  Great game manager but is pretty limited in terms of his upside.

Emil Ekiyor- a RS SOPH OG that has not played much, would be a surprise to see him in the draft next year.

Tammarrion Terry - Not sure he drops that far with his big time athletic ability, speed, size and just general big play potential he can bring.

Kayden Lyles - Not a huge fan of his but will have to greatly improve.

Jonathan Cooper - will be pretty surprised if he is a 2nd round pick, he is good but not sure he is that good, will see.

James Skaliski- his lack of coverage skills could hurt him big time, has a great motor and is a smart kid but if Ben Boulware a few years back on Clemson cannot be successful in the NFL how can Skaliski be?

Austin Deculus - was the worst OL on that team last year, would have to greatly improve to be drafted this high.

Brendan Radley-Hiles - the guy gets beat constantly, and if Motley cannot be drafted and Motley is way better than he is, he should have little chance unless he greatly improves.

Jay Tufele - he is good but not this damn good, ok player but not sure he has 1st round potential at all.

Paulson Adebo - has the potential but how he was awful last season in a lot of games, see if he can improve off that terrible season he had last year.  

Hamilcar Rashed Jr. - maybe he has 1st round potential as a pass rusher but really will have to show it this year

Justyn Ross - he is going to have to improve a lot, was disappointed with his last few games last season after being so amazing as a FR the year before in big games, needs to get stronger that is for sure.

Rachad Wildgoose 

Tariq Bracy 

Tariq Castro-Fields

Damone Clark

Thomas Booker

LaBryan Ray

 

 

 

 

Underrated: A lot of these guys you have as 7th round picks?  Um no, a few are potential 1st round picks arguably and have a ton of upside.

Penei Sewell - it is almost a literal fact he will be a top 3 pick in next years draft, if not top 2 lock.  The guy is a super star and drop to the 6th pick, no.

Jalen Twyman - another who should be a lock 1st rounder with another solid year.

Joseph Ossai - should be a 1st round lock

Josh Myers - best center in the nation arguably.

Patrick Jones - he has first round potential all the way

Thomas Graham - 1st round potential and at worst 2nd round with his versatility and toughness not to mention his ball skills.

Tutu Atwell - that kind of speed will not drop that far in the draft

Asante Samuel Jr - should be one of the best corners in the nation next year.

Talanoa Hufanaga

Kellen Mond

Terrace Marshall Jr.

Noah Taylor

Lamont Wade

Paddy Fisher

Marquez Stevenson

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Props for trying. However, the first 2 picks make no sense.
 

Cleveland just gave Austin Hooper a fat contract, drafted Harrison Bryant, and still have David Njoku.

 

They also signed Jack Conklin and just drafted an OT at 10 this year.

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3 hours ago, Ozzy said:

I assume you did not make all of these picks and just did it off the damn rankings previously given to you?  Or you just simulated it all for what?  A lot of guys who are not placed correctly I find.  

 

Overrated:

Trey Lance - I do not get the Lance hype as a potential RS SOPH QB, not sure he has the arm talent to make that kind of move.

Kyle Trask - This high, he is good but not that damn good.  Great game manager but is pretty limited in terms of his upside.

Emil Ekiyor- a RS SOPH OG that has not played much, would be a surprise to see him in the draft next year.

Tammarrion Terry - Not sure he drops that far with his big time athletic ability, speed, size and just general big play potential he can bring.

Kayden Lyles - Not a huge fan of his but will have to greatly improve.

Jonathan Cooper - will be pretty surprised if he is a 2nd round pick, he is good but not sure he is that good, will see.

James Skaliski- his lack of coverage skills could hurt him big time, has a great motor and is a smart kid but if Ben Boulware a few years back on Clemson cannot be successful in the NFL how can Skaliski be?

Austin Deculus - was the worst OL on that team last year, would have to greatly improve to be drafted this high.

Brendan Radley-Hiles - the guy gets beat constantly, and if Motley cannot be drafted and Motley is way better than he is, he should have little chance unless he greatly improves.

Jay Tufele - he is good but not this damn good, ok player but not sure he has 1st round potential at all.

Paulson Adebo - has the potential but how he was awful last season in a lot of games, see if he can improve off that terrible season he had last year.  

Hamilcar Rashed Jr. - maybe he has 1st round potential as a pass rusher but really will have to show it this year

Justyn Ross - he is going to have to improve a lot, was disappointed with his last few games last season after being so amazing as a FR the year before in big games, needs to get stronger that is for sure.

Rachad Wildgoose 

Tariq Bracy 

Tariq Castro-Fields

Damone Clark

Thomas Booker

LaBryan Ray

 

 

 

 

Underrated: A lot of these guys you have as 7th round picks?  Um no, a few are potential 1st round picks arguably and have a ton of upside.

Penei Sewell - it is almost a literal fact he will be a top 3 pick in next years draft, if not top 2 lock.  The guy is a super star and drop to the 6th pick, no.

Jalen Twyman - another who should be a lock 1st rounder with another solid year.

Joseph Ossai - should be a 1st round lock

Josh Myers - best center in the nation arguably.

Patrick Jones - he has first round potential all the way

Thomas Graham - 1st round potential and at worst 2nd round with his versatility and toughness not to mention his ball skills.

Tutu Atwell - that kind of speed will not drop that far in the draft

Asante Samuel Jr - should be one of the best corners in the nation next year.

Talanoa Hufanaga

Kellen Mond

Terrace Marshall Jr.

Noah Taylor

Lamont Wade

Paddy Fisher

Marquez Stevenson

I used a simulator. PFN to be exact. Read the title. If I manually did this, Najee Harris would be going before Travis Etienne. As A Matter of fact, I'll make that edit. And why do you also think I titled it WAY TOO EARLY

 

https://www.profootballnetwork.com/mockdraft/

 

Mess around with it if you like

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1 hour ago, candyman93 said:

Props for trying. However, the first 2 picks make no sense.
 

Cleveland just gave Austin Hooper a fat contract, drafted Harrison Bryant, and still have David Njoku.

 

They also signed Jack Conklin and just drafted an OT at 10 this year.

I used a simulator. None of this is me. I made picks for the Texans, I closed my eyes for each pick with Houston, because that's what Bill O'Brien would do. 

 

How does Lawrence to the Jags and Rosseau to Cincy make no sense?

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Just now, brushmyhair said:

I used a simulator. PFN to be exact. Read the title

So is this an accomplishment in your eyes or just something to do?  Usually people who post a 7 round mock draft have some idea of the players they are picking for each team but I guess you simulated it all outside of the Texans pick?  Either way I still stand by what I said, and if that mock draft simulated those players to be picked there, it is absolutely bull****.  Thanks mock draft site for putting out crazy inaccurate information.

Does look cool with all the team logos and everything though.  

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1 minute ago, Ozzy said:

So is this an accomplishment in your eyes or just something to do?  Usually people who post a 7 round mock draft have some idea of the players they are picking for each team but I guess you simulated it all outside of the Texans pick?  Either way I still stand by what I said, and if that mock draft simulated those players to be picked there, it is absolutely bull****.  Thanks mock draft site for putting out crazy inaccurate information.

Does look cool with all the team logos and everything though.  

I'm Bored, In lockdown, with not much else to do. I'll put more effort into this stuff when Week 17 ends

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Just now, brushmyhair said:

I'm Bored, In lockdown, with not much else to do. I'll put more effort into this stuff when Week 17 ends

Most feel the same way.  Does stink if the focus was the Texans that they once again have no 1st round pick and not even a 2nd round pick either in 2021.  This past draft was solid though, Blacklock was a steal and he is a beast when healthy, has great power for a big man and could really hold down the middle and provide a much needed push.  And Greenard is one of the better pass rushing OLBs so he should do well in that 3/4.  I like Heck also at OT who is a massive dude and a good athlete.  And Reid has some playmaking potential at corner and good versatility and Coulter has decent speed but kind of surprised WR was not addressed earlier.  

Losing Hopkins is massive though but I assume he was not going to resign there anyway.  Cooks helps replace some of what he brought and if Fuller can stay healthy but surprised another WR was not added to that draft class.  They got four good TEs so that will help the lack of top end receiver talent.

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Lol at the Ravens drafting multiple RBs and a whole bunch of linemen. 

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1 hour ago, sp6488 said:

Lol at the Ravens drafting multiple RBs and a whole bunch of linemen. 

Don't blame me, blame the PFN Simulator 

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3 hours ago, Ozzy said:

Most feel the same way.  Does stink if the focus was the Texans that they once again have no 1st round pick and not even a 2nd round pick either in 2021.  This past draft was solid though, Blacklock was a steal and he is a beast when healthy, has great power for a big man and could really hold down the middle and provide a much needed push.  And Greenard is one of the better pass rushing OLBs so he should do well in that 3/4.  I like Heck also at OT who is a massive dude and a good athlete.  And Reid has some playmaking potential at corner and good versatility and Coulter has decent speed but kind of surprised WR was not addressed earlier.  

Losing Hopkins is massive though but I assume he was not going to resign there anyway.  Cooks helps replace some of what he brought and if Fuller can stay healthy but surprised another WR was not added to that draft class.  They got four good TEs so that will help the lack of top end receiver talent.

The reason I chose the Texans is because they had the least amount of picks

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I am pretty sure the 49ers will be looking at CBs early and often in 2021.

And round 4 won't cut it...

I really like Caleb Farley going forward, and it seems a bit unlikely they'll address the D-line with 3 of their picks and not use a single pick on O-line.

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6 hours ago, Danish49ers said:

I am pretty sure the 49ers will be looking at CBs early and often in 2021.

And round 4 won't cut it...

I really like Caleb Farley going forward, and it seems a bit unlikely they'll address the D-line with 3 of their picks and not use a single pick on O-line.

don't forget, your lack in cap space could do you in in free agency but help you replenish in the draft. Trent is going to get a megadeal along with kittle

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