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22 hours ago, LinderFournette said:

Sorry but im not even convinced joe is the best qb in his draft class based on production.  Burrow was considered a day 3 guy at the start of last college season. 

Only Cam Newton had more yards through his first 7 games as a rookie. 

The record for most 300 yard games by a rookie in a season is 6 by Luck.  Burrow has 5 in 7 games.

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Round 1:

Cincinnati Bengals: Penei Sewell OT Oregon Is way too low for such a great player

Atlanta Falcons:  Patrick Surtain JR CB Alabama Good corner but is a little overrated and if he is a top 10 pick it would be a mistake

Miami Dolphins:  Creed Humphrey IOL Oklahoma The kid has sucked especially against Texas, no way he is this high of a draft pick

Los Angeles Chargers:  Caleb Farley CB Virgina Tech For one the Chargers have one of the deepest defensive backfields in the NFL, and two Farley is not worth this high of a pick and is not better than Wade

Cleveland Browns: Aiden Hutchinson DE Michigan Love him athletically and after how good he looked this weekend could maybe happen

New England Patriots: Jaylen Waddle WR Alabama Is far too low for the most explosive receiver in the draft and best return man hands down

Arizona Cardinals:  Kyle Pitts TE Florida Doubt someone this skilled falls this far

San Fransisco 49ers:  Jaycee Horn CB South Carolina I do not see the 1st round hype he gets, sure he is good but not that good and gets beat a lot for this big time corner

Chicago Bears: Dillon Radunz OT North Dakota State No way he is better than Leatherwood or Carman

Tampa Bay Buccaneers:  Alex Leatherwood OL Alabama Way too low for him

 

Round 2: 

Washington Redskins:  Daniel Faalele OT Minnesota Was injured to start this season and has a big time injury history, has been hurt every year he has played.  So not sure he would declare and if he would not sure he would go this high with his injury history

Cleveland Browns: Marvin Wilson IDL FSU Fall this far, that would be a shocker

Las Vegas Raiders: Carlos Basham EDGE Wake Forest He is a 1st round pick

Arizona Cardinals: Azeez Ojulari EDGE Georgia He is without question a 1st round pick athletically and is the best 3/4 OLB long term arguably in the draft

Philadelphia Eagles: Richard Lecounte III S Georgia He is a 1st round pick with his ball skills and range

San Fransisco 49ers:  Josh Myers IOL Ohio State 1st round pick and is way better than Creed Humphrey

Los Angeles Rams: Jalen Mayfield OT Michigan Looked great on the weekend, will see if he can keep that up if so could be a 1st rounder.

Baltimore Ravens: Kwity Paye IDL/EDGE Michigan Is only one game but was solid last year and this past weekend was amazing, if he keeps that up he is a 1st rounder

 

Round 3

Jacksonville Jaguars: Jaylen Twyman IDL Pittsburgh Why would he fall this far, guess out of sight out of mind

Houston Texans: Najee Harris RB Alabama Insane, he is arguably the best RB in college football right now and arguably the most complete back in terms of blocking, catching and power running

Atlanta Falcons: Victor Dimukeje EDGE Duke Is not even the best pass rusher on his own team

Las Vegas Raiders: Andre Cisco S Syracuse Why would he fall this far?

Philadelphia Eagles: Tyreke Johnson CB Ohio State Who?

Washington Redskins: Bubba Bolden S Miami(FL) I agree I love him and could easily be a 2nd rounder, amazing range

New York Jets: Shi Smith WR South Carolina Not sure he is worth a 3rd round pick

New England Patriots: Monty Rice LB Georgia No way, is so super athletic and quick, good in coverage he is a 1st rounder but most likely 2nd rounder

Dallas Cowboys: Ar'Darius Washington S TCU Sure those TCU safeties were good last year but not sure they have been all that great this season

 

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If the board fell like that, the Packers would 1000% take Alex Leatherwood at #28. Zero chance he's there but he'd be the pick.

1.28 - Alex Leatherwood | OT | Alabama
2.28 - Paulsen Adebo | CB | Stanford
3.28 - Nico Collins | WR | Michigan

Collins has the size we value from a WR and provides better value than taking a day 1 WR. 

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On 10/26/2020 at 8:48 PM, LinderFournette said:

Sorry but im not even convinced joe is the best qb in his draft class based on production.  Burrow was considered a day 3 guy at the start of last college season. 

Right, because 5 300 plus yard games behind one of the three worst o lines in the NFL is also a fluke.  I mean, is it remotely possible that he wasn't a natural fit in an Urban Meyer offense, then developed quickly at LSU

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2 minutes ago, INbengalfan said:

Right, because 5 300 plus yard games behind one of the three worst o lines in the NFL is also a fluke.  I mean, is it remotely possible that he wasn't a natural fit in an Urban Meyer offense, then developed quickly at LSU

or possibly he benfited from Having a Stacked WR corps(i mean u got 1st rounder and 2 very likely 1st rounders) and a arguebly the best OC in College cuz based on his 2018 film it wasnt good at all. 

in terms of pure QB prospect  Luck was considered a sure-fire round 1 guy by  end of sophmore year. 

Lawrence in this Context is above Burrows as a Prospect....

 

as a Jags fan ive seen Both Burrow and Herbert play us(so Common Opponent) and i came away more Impressed with Herbert then burrow(not saying hes bad but not as good). 

 

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3 minutes ago, LinderFournette said:

or possibly he benfited from Having a Stacked WR corps(i mean u got 1st rounder and 2 very likely 1st rounders) and a arguebly the best OC in College cuz based on his 2018 film it wasnt good at all. 

It amazes me that everyone assumes Brady made Burrow.  Is it possible that Orgeron brought in Brady because he saw what he had in Burrow, and didn't want to waste him in a ground and pound traditional LSU offense?  And Burrow's second half film was markedly improved on his first half of the season

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On 10/24/2020 at 10:54 PM, LinderFournette said:

Kansas City Chiefs:  Trey Smith OL Tennessee<--he can play Guard and tackle. should be a priority to keep mahomes upright. 

Kansas City Chiefs: Chris Olave WR Ohio State

Kansas City Chiefs: Brady Christensen OT BYU

I like Smith, but the Chiefs need a true OT or a C. With Creed Humphrey gone, Josh Myers is a possibility. You have him far past where I think he goes.

Not thrilled with Olave. Wallace and Surrat would both be better. This would be a good place to take a OG/OT type, off ball LB, TE, SS. 

Doubling up on OT seems odd. Throw the defense a bone.

J

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On 10/24/2020 at 11:54 PM, LinderFournette said:

Round 1

  1. New York Jets: Trevor Lawrence QB Clemson<--whether or not darnold is the guy I don't think u can pass up the best QB Prospect since Andrew Luck.
  2. New York Giants:  Micah Parsons LB Penn State<--while some might clamor for a QB, a WR, or an EDGE i went with a guy who i feel can impact their defense with a Do it All Franchise LB. Washi
  3. Washington Redskins:  Justin Fields QB Ohio State<--haskins is 3rd string and likely traded next year leaving an Old dog(Alex smith) and a decent talent(Allen) but Fields should give them the franchise QB they are looking for.
  4. Jacksonville Jaguars:  Trey Lance QB North Dakota State<--if a QB Falls the jags should highly consider it as Minshew hasn't looked like a Franchise QB.  Lance can sit and develop for a few games as he has only started 1 year and 1 game. 
  5. Cincinnati Bengals: Penei Sewell OT Oregon<--the Bengal's get Burrows the protection he deserves.
  6. Minnesota Vikings:  Gregory Rousseau DE Miami(FL)<--i couldnt decide who to pick but with Ngakoue gone and Hunter coming off a major surgery a pass rusher was an easy choice. 
  7. Miami Dolphins: Ja'Marr Chase WR LSU<--Tua gets a true Number 1 wr to throw to. 
  8. Atlanta Falcons:  Patrick Surtain JR CB Alabama<--with a new front office and coaching staff its anyone's guess what they will be running. here they get a CB to pair with AJ Terrell and have lockdown corners for the next 7-8 years.
  9. Miami Dolphins:  Creed Humphrey IOL Oklahoma<--a young star center should help make Tua's life easier.
  10. Los Angeles Chargers:  Caleb Farley CB Virgina Tech<--long, fluid cb should make the chargers defense harder to score on. 
  11. Detroit Lions:  Jay Tufele IDL USC<--the lions could use a good young DT who can impact both the run and pass.
  12. Denver Broncos: Shaun Wade CB Ohio State<--whether he can play outside or not is a question but Wade at worst can lockdown the slot position.
  13. Carolina Panthers:  Dylan Moses LB Alabama<--the panthers find their replacement for Luke Kuechley.
  14. Dallas Cowboys: Eric Stokes CB Georgia<--with a bunch of corners heading to FA Jerry decides to take 1. 
  15. Cleveland Browns: Aiden Hutchinson DE Michigan<--Garrett gets some edge rushing help.
  16. New England Patriots: Jaylen Waddle WR Alabama<--while pitts would be a good add i went with waddle because hes an explosive wr that they dont have, 
  17. Las Vegas Raiders: Wyatt Davis IOL Ohio State<--plug and play 10 year starter. 
  18. Arizona Cardinals:  Kyle Pitts TE Florida<--Murray gets the TE he's always wanted. 
  19. Philadelphia Eagles: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah LB/S Notre Dame<--whether he plays at LB or safety he should help the coverage. 
  20. San Fransisco 49ers:  Jaycee Horn CB South Carolina<--the 49ers really don't have a good CB to play opposite of an aging sherman.  
  21. Indianapolis Colts:  Devonta Smith WR Alabama<--while Campbell and Pittman are young they both are unproven while Hilton is getting older.  Smith should give them the Marvin Harrison feels. 
  22. Chicago Bears: Dillon Radunz OT North Dakota State<--with no QB of value available they decide to grab a starting LT. 
  23. Jacksonville Jaguars: Pat Friermuth TE Penn State<--the jags haven't had a solid TE since Lewis. Lance gets himself  a baby gronk. 
  24. Buffalo Bills: Tyson Campbell CB Georgia<--the bills could use a good CB to pair with White and Campbell has the tools to be a great 1. 
  25. Tennessee Titans: Quincy Roche EDGE Miami(FL)<--the titans could use a real Edge rush threat opposite of Landry.  
  26. New Orleans Saints: Rashod Bateman WR Minnesota<--even if thomas is staying Sanders is getting older and getting Bateman gives them a tough trio to match up with. 
  27. Pittsburgh Steelers: Samuel Cosmi OT Texas<--Villanueva is getting older. 
  28. Green Bay Packers:  Terrence Marshal JR WR LSU<--Rodgers gets a wr to throw to besides adams. 
  29. Tampa Bay Buccaneers:  Alex Leatherwood OL Alabama<--a starting OL to keep brady up right.  can play 4 of the 5 spots(not center). 
  30. Baltimore Ravens: Rondale Moore WR Purdue<--the ravens get another explosive WR to have lamar throw to. 
  31. New York Jets: Travis Etienne RB Clemson<--Lawrence will need some help in the supporting cast so he gets a Fimiliar face who can help with running the ball. 
  32. Kansas City Chiefs:  Trey Smith OL Tennessee<--he can play Guard and tackle. should be a priority to keep mahomes upright. 

Round 2: 

  1. New York Jets: Brevin Jordan TE Miami(FL) 
  2. New York Giants: Joseph Ossai EDGE Texas
  3. Washington Redskins:  Daniel Faalele OT Minnesota
  4. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jackson Carman OT Clemson
  5. Cincinnati Bengals: Patrick Jones II DE Pittsburgh
  6. Jacksonville Jaguars: Paris Ford S Pittsburgh
  7. Miami Dolphins: Cameron McGrone LB Michigan
  8. Atlanta Falcons: Zach Wilson QB BYU
  9. Miami Dolphins: Jevon Holland S Oregon
  10. Los Angeles Chargers: Reshawn Slater OT Northwestern
  11. Detroit Lions: Amon-Ra St. Brown WR USC
  12. Denver Broncos: Christian Darrisaw OT Virginia Tech
  13. Carolina Panthers: Asante Samuel JR. CB FSU
  14. Dallas Cowboys: Hamilcar Reshed JR EDGE Oregon State
  15. Cleveland Browns: Marvin Wilson IDL FSU
  16. New England Patriots: Jordan Davis IDL Georgia
  17. Las Vegas Raiders: Carlos Basham EDGE Wake Forest
  18. Arizona Cardinals: Azeez Ojulari EDGE Georgia
  19. Philadelphia Eagles: Richard Lecounte III S Georgia
  20. San Fransisco 49ers:  Josh Myers IOL Ohio State
  21. Indianapolis Colts:  Kyle Trask QB Florida
  22. Chicago Bears: Mac Jones QB Alabama
  23. Los Angeles Rams: Jalen Mayfield OT Michigan
  24. Buffalo Bills: Liam Eichenberg OT Notre Dame
  25. Tennessee Titans: Christian Baramore IDL Alabama
  26. New Orleans Saints: Jabril Cox LB LSU
  27. Pittsburgh Steelers:  Tyler Shelvin IDL LSU
  28. Green Bay Packers: Spencer Brown OT Northern Iowa
  29. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jayson Oweh EDGE Penn State
  30. Baltimore Ravens: Kwity Paye IDL/EDGE Michigan
  31. Seattle Seahawks:  Walker Little OT Stanford
  32. Kansas City Chiefs: Chris Olave WR Ohio State

Round 3

  1. New York Jets: Paulsen Adebo CB Stanford
  2. New York Giants: Tylan Wallace WR Oklahoma State
  3. Washington Redskins: Sage Surrat WR Wake Forrest
  4. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jaylen Twyman IDL Pittsburgh
  5. Cincinnati Bengals: Derion Kendrick CB Clemson
  6. Minnesota Vikings: Darius Stills IDL West Virgini
  7. Houston Texans: Najee Harris RB Alabama
  8. Atlanta Falcons: Victor Dimukeje EDGE Duke
  9. Miami Dolphins: Chubba Hubbard RB Oklahoma State
  10. Los Angeles Chargers: Alijah Vera-Tucker IOL USC
  11. Detriot Lions: Chazz Surratt LB North Carolina
  12. Denver Broncos: Nick Bolton LB Missouri
  13. Carolina Panthers: Hunter Long TE Boston College
  14. Dallas Cowboys: Trevon Moerhig S TCU
  15. Cleveland Browns: Jack Sanborn LB Wisconsin
  16. Las Vegas Raiders: Andre Cisco S Syracuse
  17. Arizona Cardinals: Israel Mukuamu CB South Carolina
  18. Philadelphia Eagles: Tyreke Johnson CB Ohio State
  19. Washington Redskins: Bubba Bolden S Miami(FL)
  20. Indianapolis Colts: Joe Tryon EDGE Washington
  21. Chicago Bears: Levi Onwuzurike IDL Washington
  22. Los Angeles Rams: Shaka Toney EDGE Penn State
  23. Buffalo Browns: Deonte Brown IOL Alabama
  24. Tennesssee TItans: Anthony Schwartz WR Auburn
  25. Cleveland Browns: Kary Vincent JR. CB LSU
  26. Pittsburgh Steelers: Kenneth Gainwell RB Memphis
  27. Green Bay Packers: Keith Traylor DB Washington
  28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Hamsah Nasirildeen LB/S FSU
  29. Minnesota Vikings: Ben Cleveland IOL Georgia
  30. New York Jets: Shi Smith WR South Carolina
  31. Kansas City Chiefs: Brady Christensen OT BYU
  32. New England Patriots: Monty Rice LB Georgia
  33. Los Angeles Chargers: Baron Browning LB Ohio State
  34. New Orleans Saints: Charlie Kolar TE Iowa State
  35. Dallas Cowboys: Ar'Darius Washington S TCU
  36. Los Angeles Rams: Chase Lucas CB Arizona State
  37. Tennessee Titans: Tyler Vrabel OT Boston College
     

Very nice for Buffalo.

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