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ROUND ONE

1. Jacksonville (1-15)    Trevor Lawerence, QB, Clemson
2. NY Jets (2-14)    Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State
3. Miami - from Houston (4-12)    Ja'Marr Chase, WR, Louisiana State University
4. Atlanta (4-12)    Micah Parsons, LB, Penn State
5. Cincinnati (4-11-1)    Penei Sewell, OL, Oregon
6. Philadelphia (4-11-1)    Patrick Surtain II, CB, Alabama 
7. Detroit (5-11)    Zach Wilson, QB, Brigham Young
8. Carolina (5-11)    Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida 
9. Denver (5-11)    Caleb Farley, CB, Virginia Tech
10. NY Giants (6-10)    DeVonta Smith, WR, Alabama 
11. Dallas (6-10)    Christian Darrisaw, OT, Virginia Tech
12. San Francisco (6-10)    Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota State
13. LA Chargers (7-9)    Rashawn Slater, OL, Northwestern 
14. Minnesota (7-9)    Gregory Rousseau, EDGE, Miami
15. New England (7-9)    Mac Jones, QB, Alabama 
16. Arizona (8-8)    Wyatt Davis, iOL, Ohio State
17. Las Vegas (8-8)    Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, DEF, Notre Dame
18. Miami (10-6)    Kwitty Paye, EDGE, Michigan 
19. Washington* (7-9)    Kyle Trask, QB, Florida
20. Chicago* (8-8)    Jalen Mayfield, OL, Michigan 
21. Jacksonville - from LA Rams* (10-6)    Samuel Cosmi, OT, Texas
22. Indianapolis* (11-5)    Jalen Waddle, WR, Alabama
23. Cleveland* (11-5)    Azeez Ojulari, EDGE, Georgia
24. Tennessee* (11-5)    Joseph Ossai, EDGE, Texas
25. Tampa Bay* (11-5)    Alijah Vera-Tucker, OL, Southern California 
26. Baltimore* (11-5)    Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota
27. NY Jets - from Seattle* (12-4)    Travis Etienne, RB, Clemson
28. Pittsburgh* (12-4)    Jaycee Horn, CB, South Carolina
29. New Orleans* (12-4)    Eric Stokes, CB, Georgia
30. Buffalo* (13-3)    Jaelan Phillips, EDGE, Miami
31. Green Bay* (13-3)    Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State
32. Kansas City* (14-2)    Terrace Marshall Jr., WR, Louisiana State University
 

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58 minutes ago, Scalamania said:

31. Green Bay* (11-3)    Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota

If they didn't take a WR in the first two rounds last year, I don't see them taking a WR in the first round this year.  Probably going OT, DL, or CB here.

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7 hours ago, Scalamania said:

32. Kansas City* (13-1)    Terrace Marshall, WR, Louisiana State University

Love it

7 hours ago, Scalamania said:

32. Kansas City* (13-1) Trey Smith, OL, Tennessee 

Love it

7 hours ago, Scalamania said:

32. Kansas City* (13-1)   Paddy Fisher, LB, Northwestern 

Position of need, but I don't know if Paddy is a clear upgrade or a lateral move. I haven't really scouted LB yet though.

7 hours ago, Scalamania said:

32. Kansas City* (13-1)    Tyler Shelvin, DT, Louisiana State University

Hate it positionally. We're fairly deep at DT. I'm looking for BPA OL, WR, S, LB, or DE. Double dipping at OL and/or WR is encouraged this draft imo.

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1st  Great job on the draft. I appreciate the work and effort.

Pats draft that's my worse nightmare coming true. Players on my please don't pick list! Santa must of dropped off someone else's toys!😁

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15. New England (6-8)    Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota State 

Lance is a hope and a prayer. You have to wait at least 2 years for him to see the field.  IMO he's  just another Jordan Love. Draft expert delight. Way to many holes in his game.

11 hours ago, Scalamania said:

14. New England (6-8)    Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama 

The perfect looking player however he'll be the next Vernon Gholston,. All bronze no brain.

11 hours ago, Scalamania said:

15. New England (6-8)    Kadarius Toney, OFF, Florida

I hope he can play. Florida Gators are Kryptonite when it comes to the Pats

11 hours ago, Scalamania said:

15. New England (6-8)    Levi Onwuzurike, DT, Washington 

He is to small for the Pats 2 gap systems. 6' 3" 288. He just doesn't fit the Pats defense. If you consider him only on passing downs fine but they desperately need run stoppers, pass rushers not so much. Can you find a Vince Wilfork in this draft 😉

 

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Ugg.  Two years of Taylor's losing only to see Sewell go before us because the Jets won a game.  There went Christmas for me.

 

I can see Pitts.  I also see Chase as a trade back option.  Maybe Parsons, but for us, it's Sewell or bust at #3.

 

leatherwood is a nice consolation.  With Jonah Williams already here, taking two OTs is unnecessary.  Give me a guard (unl;ess the 4th round guy projects well there).

 

We need some DE help too

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I hope Miami goes Chase at 6 but if available Parsons may be the pick. If so Miami will likely go receiver at 20 or early in the 2nd it is dire position in Miami Parker is always hurt, Grant has Hills legs but Edward Scissor's hands. Preston is big but has the season injured 2 years in a row and isn't exactly a deep threat. I like Etienne and he is the only RB I would want them to take at 20. 

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48 minutes ago, Phinsesq said:

I hope Miami goes Chase at 6 but if available Parsons may be the pick. If so Miami will likely go receiver at 20 or early in the 2nd it is dire position in Miami Parker is always hurt, Grant has Hills legs but Edward Scissor's hands. Preston is big but has the season injured 2 years in a row and isn't exactly a deep threat. I like Etienne and he is the only RB I would want them to take at 20. 

Parsons is off their board wherever the Texans picks lands imo. I think Flores will value a big LB like Zaven Collins as he's a lot more comfortable in coverage. It'd be advantageous if we took a receiver first as there's a talent dropoff after the first four. Hopefully that Texans pick is top 3-4 and we can trade down. 

#10 - WR Jaylen Waddle

#21 - LB Zaven Collins

2a - RB Najee Harris

2b - DE Jaelan Phillips

3. C Landon Dickerson (he isn't listed)

4. CB  Deommodore Lenoir

@Scalamania Miami has their original 4th. They traded LAR's 4th back to them.

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32. Kansas City* (13-1)    Terrace Marshall, WR, Louisiana State University
I like the idea of getting a WR, however there are some significant age/contract situations which should be considered. Both OT are over 30 and will be entering their final contract year. Travis Kelce is also age 30. There are two C, both will be FA. On this board, Josh Meyers or Creed Humphry are the obvious choices, whichever will be better at C.

32. Kansas City* (13-1)    Trey Smith, OL, Tennessee
Like the position, but not thrilled about the player chosen. Also, consider Hunter Long or a WR. 

32. Kansas City* (13-1)    Paddy Fisher, LB, Northwestern
Like the position, but Browning is the better player.

32. Kansas City* (13-1)    Abraham Lucas, OT, Washington State
At this point you can go BPA. The Chiefs also have a supplemental 4th in the official order. Some lower priority needs to consider, SS, RB depth, IOL if you have not done so already. 

J

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