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Team by Team at the bottom, spiced this one up with some trades and Deshaun Watson being traded to the Jets. 

Round 1

1. Jacksonville - Trevor Lawrence [ QB ] Clemson
2. Houston (From NY Jets) - Justin Fields [ QB ] Ohio State
3. San Francisco (From Miami) - Zach Wilson [ QB ] BYU
4. Atlanta - Penei Sewell [ OT ] Oregon
5. Cincinnati - Ja'Marr Chase [ WR ] LSU
6. Philadelphia - DeVonta Smith [ WR ] Alabama
7. Detroit - Jaylen Waddle [ WR ] Alabama
8. Carolina - Trey Lance [ QB ] North Dakota State
9. Denver - Caleb Farley [ CB ] Virginia Tech
10. Dallas - Patrick Surtain II [ CB ] Alabama
11. NY Giants - Kyle Pitts [ TE ] Florida
12. Miami (From SF) - Micah Parsons [ LB ] Penn State
13. LA Chargers - Christian Darrisaw [ OT ] Virginia Tech
14. Minnesota - Rashawn Slater [ OT ] Northwestern
15. New England - Kwity Paye [ EDGE ] Michigan
16. Arizona - Jaycee Horn [ CB ] South Carolina
17. Las Vegas - Christian Barmore [ IDL ] Alabama
18. Miami - Teven Jenkins [ OT ] Oklahoma State
19. Washington - Mac Jones [ QB ] Alabama
20. Chicago - Alijah Vera-Tucker [ IOL ] USC
21. Indianapolis - Jalen Mayfield [ OT ] Michigan
22. Tennessee - Jaelan Phillips [ EDGE ] Miami
23. Houston (From NY Jets) - Azeez Ojulari [ EDGE ] Georgia
24. Pittsburgh - Samuel Cosmi [ OT ] Texas
25. Jacksonville (From LA Rams) - Liam Eichenberg [ OT ] Notre Dame
26. Cleveland - Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah [ LB ] Notre Dame
27. Baltimore - Gregory Rousseau [ EDGE ] Miami
28. New Orleans - Zaven Collins [ LB ] Tulsa
29. Green Bay - Dillon Radunz [ OT ] North Dakota State
30. Buffalo - Nick Bolton [ LB ] Missouri
31. Tampa Bay - Travis Etienne [ RB ] Clemson
32. Kansas City - Kadarius Toney [ WR ] Florida
 

Round 2

33. Jacksonville  - Asante Samuel Jr. [ CB ] Florida State
34. NY Jets  - Rashod Bateman [ WR ] Minnesota
35. Atlanta  - Jayson Oweh [ EDGE ] Penn State
36. Miami (From Houston) - Najee Harris [ RB ] Alabama
37. Philadelphia  - Tyson Campbell [ CB ] Georgia
38. Cincinnati  - Jackson Carman [ OT ] Clemson
39. Carolina  - Cameron McGrone [ LB ] Michigan
40. Denver  - Quincy Roche [ EDGE ] Miami
41. Detroit  - Daviyon Nixon [ IDL ] Iowa
42. NY Giants  - Joseph Ossai [ EDGE ] Texas
43. Miami (From San Francisco) - Terrace Marshall Jr. [ WR ] LSU
44. Dallas  - Carlos Basham Jr. [ EDGE ] Wake Forest
45. Jacksonville (From Minnesota) - Trevon Moehrig [ S ] TCU
46. New England  - Jay Tufele [ IDL ] USC
47. LA Chargers  - Wyatt Davis [ IOL ] Ohio State
48. Las Vegas  - Dylan Moses [ LB ] Alabama
49. Arizona  - Javonte Williams [ RB ] North Carolina
50. Miami  - Creed Humphrey [ IOL ] Oklahoma
51. Washington  - Alex Leatherwood [ OT ] Alabama
52. Chicago  - Rondale Moore [ WR ] Purdue
53. Tennessee  - Tommy Togiai [ IDL ] Ohio State
54. Indianapolis  - Amon-Ra St. Brown [ WR ] USC
55. Pittsburgh  - Eric Stokes [ CB ] Georgia
56. Seattle  - Jaylon Moore [ OT ] Western Michigan
57. LA Rams  - James Hudson [ OT ] Cincinnati
58. Baltimore  - Landon Dickerson [ IOL ] Alabama
59. Cleveland  - Elijah Molden [ CB ] Washington
60. New Orleans  - Kyle Trask [ QB ] Florida
61. Buffalo  - Hamilcar Rashed Jr. [ EDGE ] Oregon State
62. Green Bay  - KJ Britt [ LB ] Auburn
63. Tampa Bay  - Levi Onwuzurike [ IDL ] Washington
64. Kansas City  - Quinn Meinerz [ IOL ] Wisconsin-Whitewater
 

Round 3

65. Jacksonville  - Pat Freiermuth [ TE ] Penn State
66. NY Jets  - Michael Carter [ RB ] North Carolina
67. Houston  - Trey Smith [ IOL ] Tennessee
68. Atlanta  - Jabril Cox [ LB ] LSU
69. Cincinnati  - D'Ante Smith [ OT ] East Carolina
70. Philadelphia  - Pete Werner [ LB ] Ohio State
71. Denver  - Osa Odighizuwa [ IDL ] UCLA
72. Detroit  - Greg Newsome II [ CB ] Northwestern
73. Carolina  - Paulson Adebo [ CB ] Stanford
74. Washington (From San Francisco) - Richie Grant [ S ] UCF
75. Dallas  - Walker Little [ OT ] Stanford
76. NY Giants  - Keith Taylor Jr. [ CB ] Washington
77. New England (FORFEITED) -     
78. LA Chargers  - Brevin Jordan [ TE ] Miami
79. Minnesota  - Jevon Holland [ S ] Oregon
80. Arizona  - Joe Tryon [ EDGE ] Washington
81. Las Vegas  - Deonte Brown [ IOL ] Alabama
82. Miami  - Amari Rodgers [ WR ] Clemson
83. Washington  - Nico Collins [ WR ] Michigan
84. Chicago  - Kellen Mond [ QB ] Virginia Tech
85. Indianapolis  - Ifeatu Melifonwu [ CB ] Syracuse
86. Tennessee  - Chatarius Atwell [ WR ] Louisville
87. NY Jets (From Seattle) - Dayo Odeyingbo [ EDGE ] Vanderbilt
88. Pittsburgh  - Cameron Sample [ IDL ] Tulane
89. Detroit (From LA Rams) - Baron Browning [ LB ] Ohio State
90. Cleveland  - Jordan Smith [ EDGE ] UAB
91. Minnesota (From Baltimore) - Tyler Shelvin [ IDL ] LSU
92. Cleveland (From New Orleans) - Alim McNeill [ IDL ] NC State
93. Green Bay  - D'Wayne Eskridge [ WR ] Western Michigan
94. Buffalo  - Israel Mukuamu [ CB ] South Carolina
95. Tampa Bay  - Victor Dimukeje [ EDGE ] Duke
96. Kansas City  - Chazz Surratt [ LB ] North Carolina
 

Team by Team

Arizona 
 
1. 16. Jaycee Horn [ CB ] South Carolina
 2. 49. Javonte Williams [ RB ] North Carolina
 3. 80. Joe Tryon [ EDGE ] Washington

Atlanta
 1. 4. Penei Sewell [ OT ] Oregon
 2. 35. Jayson Oweh [ EDGE ] Penn State
 3. 68. Jabril Cox [ LB ] LSU

Baltimore
 1. 27. Gregory Rousseau [ EDGE ] Miami
 2. 58. Landon Dickerson [ IOL ] Alabama

Buffalo
 
1. 30. Nick Bolton [ LB ] Missouri
 2. 61. Hamilcar Rashed Jr. [ EDGE ] Oregon State
 3. 94. Israel Mukuamu [ CB ] South Carolina

Carolina
 1. 8. Trey Lance [ QB ] North Dakota State
 2. 39. Cameron McGrone [ LB ] Michigan
 3. 73. Paulson Adebo [ CB ] Stanford

Chicago
 
1. 20. Alijah Vera-Tucker [ IOL ] USC
 2. 52. Rondale Moore [ WR ] Purdue
 3. 84. Kellen Mond [ QB ] Virginia Tech

Cincinnati
 1. 5. Ja'Marr Chase [ WR ] LSU
 2. 38. Jackson Carman [ OT ] Clemson
 3. 69. D'Ante Smith [ OT ] East Carolina

Cleveland
 1. 26. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah [ LB ] Notre Dame
 2. 59. Elijah Molden [ CB ] Washington
 3. 90. Jordan Smith [ EDGE ] UAB
 3. 92. Alim McNeill [ IDL ] NC State

Dallas
 1. 10. Patrick Surtain II [ CB ] Alabama
 2. 44. Carlos Basham Jr. [ EDGE ] Wake Forest
 3. 75. Walker Little [ OT ] Stanford

Denver
 
1. 9. Caleb Farley [ CB ] Virginia Tech
 2. 40. Quincy Roche [ EDGE ] Miami
 3. 71. Osa Odighizuwa [ IDL ] UCLA

Detroit 
 1. 7. Jaylen Waddle [ WR ] Alabama
 2. 41. Daviyon Nixon [ IDL ] Iowa
 3. 72. Greg Newsome II [ CB ] Northwestern
 3. 89. Baron Browning [ LB ] Ohio State

Green Bay
 1. 29. Dillon Radunz [ OT ] North Dakota State
 2. 62. KJ Britt [ LB ] Auburn
 3. 93. D'Wayne Eskridge [ WR ] Western Michigan

Houston
 1. 2. Justin Fields [ QB ] Ohio State
 1. 23. Azeez Ojulari [ EDGE ] Georgia
 3. 67. Trey Smith [ IOL ] Tennessee

Indianapolis
 1. 21. Jalen Mayfield [ OT ] Michigan
 2. 54. Amon-Ra St. Brown [ WR ] USC
 3. 85. Ifeatu Melifonwu [ CB ] Syracuse

Jacksonville
 1. 1. Trevor Lawrence [ QB ] Clemson
 1. 25. Liam Eichenberg [ OT ] Notre Dame
 2. 33. Asante Samuel Jr. [ CB ] Florida State
 2. 45. Trevon Moehrig [ S ] TCU
 3. 65. Pat Freiermuth [ TE ] Penn State

Kansas City
 1. 32. Kadarius Toney [ WR ] Florida
 2. 64. Quinn Meinerz [ IOL ] Wisconsin-Whitewater
 3. 96. Chazz Surratt [ LB ] North Carolina

LA Chargers
 1. 13. Christian Darrisaw [ OT ] Virginia Tech
 2. 47. Wyatt Davis [ IOL ] Ohio State
 3. 78. Brevin Jordan [ TE ] Miami

LA Rams

2. 57. James Hudson [ OT ] Cincinnati

Las Vegas
 1. 17. Christian Barmore [ IDL ] Alabama
 2. 48. Dylan Moses [ LB ] Alabama
 3. 81. Deonte Brown [ IOL ] Alabama

Miami
 
1. 12. Micah Parsons [ LB ] Penn State
 1. 18. Teven Jenkins [ OT ] Oklahoma State
 2. 36. Najee Harris [ RB ] Alabama
 2. 43. Terrace Marshall Jr. [ WR ] LSU
 2. 50. Creed Humphrey [ IOL ] Oklahoma
 3. 82. Amari Rodgers [ WR ] Clemson

Minnesota 
 1. 14. Rashawn Slater [ OT ] Northwestern
 3. 79. Jevon Holland [ S ] Oregon
 3. 91. Tyler Shelvin [ IDL ] LSU

New England 
 1. 15. Kwity Paye [ EDGE ] Michigan
 2. 46. Jay Tufele [ IDL ] USC

New Orleans
 1. 28. Zaven Collins [ LB ] Tulsa
 2. 60. Kyle Trask [ QB ] Florida

NY Giants
 1. 11. Kyle Pitts [ TE ] Florida
 2. 42. Joseph Ossai [ EDGE ] Texas
 3. 76. Keith Taylor Jr. [ CB ] Washington

NY Jets
 2. 34. Rashod Bateman [ WR ] Minnesota
 3. 66. Michael Carter [ RB ] North Carolina
 3. 87. Dayo Odeyingbo [ EDGE ] Vanderbilt

Philadelphia
 
1. 6. DeVonta Smith [ WR ] Alabama
 2. 37. Tyson Campbell [ CB ] Georgia
 3. 70. Pete Werner [ LB ] Ohio State

Pittsburgh
 1. 24. Samuel Cosmi [ OT ] Texas
 2. 55. Eric Stokes [ CB ] Georgia
 3. 88. Cameron Sample [ IDL ] Tulane

San Francisco 
 1. 3. Zach Wilson [ QB ] BYU

Seattle

2. 56. Jaylon Moore [ OT ] Western Michigan

Tampa Bay
 1. 31. Travis Etienne [ RB ] Clemson
 2. 63. Levi Onwuzurike [ IDL ] Washington
 3. 95. Victor Dimukeje [ EDGE ] Duke

Tennessee 
1. 22. Jaelan Phillips [ EDGE ] Miami
 2. 53. Tommy Togiai [ IDL ] Ohio State
 3. 86. Chatarius Atwell [ WR ] Louisville

Washington 
 1. 19. Mac Jones [ QB ] Alabama
 2. 51. Alex Leatherwood [ OT ] Alabama
 3. 74. Richie Grant [ S ] UCF
 3. 83. Nico Collins [ WR ] Michigan
 

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1 hour ago, goldfishwars said:

32. Kansas City - Kadarius Toney [ WR ] Florida

I'm warming up to Toney. Right now, my first choice would be Marshall or Bateman at WR. McGrone and Basham Jr are also be in play.

1 hour ago, goldfishwars said:

64. Kansas City  - Quinn Meinerz [ IOL ] Wisconsin-Whitewater

I like it positionally, but don't know the player enough. Trey Smith is another option if his medical checks out. Freiermuth may also be in play.

1 hour ago, goldfishwars said:

96. Kansas City  - Chazz Surratt [ LB ] North Carolina

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I think you got 1 out of 3 picks correct for us based on who was available at each pick.  If Najee Harris falls to us we would be ignorant to pass on him with as bad as our RB core is going into this next year.  Plus he fits the exact mold and type of runner that fits Smith's team.  I'll even go as far as to say he is EASILYYYYYYYY the BPA right there and if Terry is true to his word about going BPA then theirs no other choice but Harris in that spot seeing as it's a position of need as well.   Also once again in the 3rd round if we are going off BPA and need we passed on a guy in Holland at Safety that i would actually prefer in the 2nd round as well over Oweh who i value as a late 2nd rounder to early 3rd rounder. 

Falcons draft here should be

1st - Penei Sewell - OT - Absolutely no complaints here he is a stud and is probably BPA value wise at 4.
2nd - Najee Harris - RB - Easily BPA and it's not close and a major need at RB. 
3rd - Jevon Holland - S - Also BPA here and a guy i would be ok in 2nd with if not for Harris amazing value there and RB need.  Holland i have a late 1st early 2nd grade on and Safety is probably going to be a need big for us.  I think Neal is probably gone and Rico needs upgraded for sure.  Kazee is pure garbage and i hope he isn't on the team next year.

Thats 3 1st round quality players and 2 top 20 players for the Falcons at 3 major needs this is probably the best 3 rounds any Falcons fan could pray for on draft day.  My draft legit gave us the #1 OL, the #1 RB, and the #1 Safety in the draft and hit major needs :D  Your draft gave us the #1 OL, the #5 or 6 DE, and the #6 to 7 LB in the draft.  To me thats just not as good or smart to do for a team you should never settle for less talent when you have needs for multiple positions.

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I'm down with this... I just wish you included the Jets then obviously trading Darnold and seeing what we got in return for him via trade and drafted player wise. Schefty is reporting a team might give a late 1st for him (I don't think we will get that). But it should be no later than a mid 2nd if that's his report. 

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12 hours ago, goldfishwars said:

15. New England - Kwity Paye [ EDGE ] Michigan
16. Arizona - Jaycee Horn [ CB ] South Carolina
17. Las Vegas - Christian Barmore [ IDL ] Alabama
18. Miami - Teven Jenkins [ OT ] Oklahoma State
19. Washington - Mac Jones [ QB ] Alabama

The Patriots are looking for a QB. Mac Jones fits perfectly in BB scheme however you pass and have him go to the Bears at 19 which you show he's worthy of a 1st round pick.

Qb is the most important position for a team and you are really in a position to get a good one but somehow you have the Pats taking and edge player, I don't get. I would take Jones.  Also don't believe what you here about the Pats changing to a running QB like Cam Newton. Thats just the idiot sports writers that have no clue when it comes to the Pats. They went with CN because they had no other options and they fit their game plan to match (no) skills.

12 hours ago, goldfishwars said:

46. New England  - Jay Tufele [ IDL ] USC

A horrible waste of a 2nd RD pick. JT is big that's it, you can get that later in the draft. Did you see the SR Bowl he was God awful.  Based on your board, I would be running up to the podium with R Moore.  Who do you think would be MOORE impactful for the Pats. A offensive game changer (type) like a Tereek Hill or a player that only bring size to the table. You want a guy on the DL I get it however you can get Aggies, Bobby Brown later.  They both do the same thing but you don't waste a 2nd RD pick to get the same type of (skill) player. 

Based on your draft, you must be a Bears fan!!!!

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13 hours ago, goldfishwars said:

5. Cincinnati - Ja'Marr Chase [ WR ] LSU

Cincinnati would be crazy not to trade this pick and target one of the 7 OTs you have going in the 1st RD.  Chase is a great player however JB can't throw to him if he's on his back or retired due to injuries.  I would target, 14. Minnesota - Rashawn Slater [ OT ] Northwestern

 

13 hours ago, goldfishwars said:

38. Cincinnati  - Jackson Carman [ OT ] Clemson

I would also take Jackson. Now I have both tackles protecting JB for the next 10 years+.  Also I 'm not a Bengels fan however I still would make the trade. You want a WR get R Moore with the extra picks you now have !

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27 minutes ago, m haynes said:

The Patriots are looking for a QB. Mac Jones fits perfectly in BB scheme however you pass and have him go to the Bears at 19 which you show he's worthy of a 1st round pick.

Qb is the most important position for a team and you are really in a position to get a good one but somehow you have the Pats taking and edge player, I don't get. I would take Jones.  Also don't believe what you here about the Pats changing to a running QB like Cam Newton. Thats just the idiot sports writers that have no clue when it comes to the Pats. They went with CN because they had no other options and they fit their game plan to match (no) skills.

A horrible waste of a 2nd RD pick. JT is big that's it, you can get that later in the draft. Did you see the SR Bowl he was God awful.  Based on your board, I would be running up to the podium with R Moore.  Who do you think would be MOORE impactful for the Pats. A offensive game changer (type) like a Tereek Hill or a player that only bring size to the table. You want a guy on the DL I get it however you can get Aggies, Bobby Brown later.  They both do the same thing but you don't waste a 2nd RD pick to get the same type of (skill) player. 

Based on your draft, you must be a Bears fan!!!!

Best options for the Pats at QB this year are in free agency.  I don't trust the Patriots to draft receivers at all, again better options are there in FA. 

The front seven needs to be the focus of the draft. Jay Tufele was not at the Senior Bowl, so not sure what you're talking about here. 

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 1. 19. Mac Jones [ QB ] Alabama
 2. 51. Alex Leatherwood [ OT ] Alabama
 3. 74. Richie Grant [ S ] UCF
 3. 83. Nico Collins [ WR ] Michigan

I'm growing on Jones, but I would hope we could somehow trade down to get him. Leatherwood in the 2nd would be amazing. The 3rd rounders are fine. If we walked away with Brevin Jordan and maybe Atwell at WR or Surratt at LB instead I'd be good with all this overall. 

Also you have Kellen Mond at Virginia Tech FYI. 

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I'm good for the first two Bengals picks, but I don't see them double dipping at OT, unless you see D'Ante Smith kicks inside to guard in the pros.  If they signed a free agent OT like Motten and then drafted Penei, I could see them shifting Jonah Williams inside, but not for a rookie third round pick.  I wouldn't be mad at the Carman pick, but i'm not entirely sold on him either.  I see the upside, but he also didn't quite live up to his 5 star billing.  I'd be excited about it, but nervous as well.  Don't know much about D'Ante Smith as of yet.  Not bad by any means, just don't think they double dip at tackle unless they see one as a good candidate for guard.

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12 hours ago, FalconFan13 said:

I think you got 1 out of 3 picks correct for us based on who was available at each pick.  If Najee Harris falls to us we would be ignorant to pass on him with as bad as our RB core is going into this next year.  Plus he fits the exact mold and type of runner that fits Smith's team.  I'll even go as far as to say he is EASILYYYYYYYY the BPA right there and if Terry is true to his word about going BPA then theirs no other choice but Harris in that spot seeing as it's a position of need as well.   Also once again in the 3rd round if we are going off BPA and need we passed on a guy in Holland at Safety that i would actually prefer in the 2nd round as well over Oweh who i value as a late 2nd rounder to early 3rd rounder. 

Falcons draft here should be

1st - Penei Sewell - OT - Absolutely no complaints here he is a stud and is probably BPA value wise at 4.
2nd - Najee Harris - RB - Easily BPA and it's not close and a major need at RB. 
3rd - Jevon Holland - S - Also BPA here and a guy i would be ok in 2nd with if not for Harris amazing value there and RB need.  Holland i have a late 1st early 2nd grade on and Safety is probably going to be a need big for us.  I think Neal is probably gone and Rico needs upgraded for sure.  Kazee is pure garbage and i hope he isn't on the team next year.

Thats 3 1st round quality players and 2 top 20 players for the Falcons at 3 major needs this is probably the best 3 rounds any Falcons fan could pray for on draft day.  My draft legit gave us the #1 OL, the #1 RB, and the #1 Safety in the draft and hit major needs :D  Your draft gave us the #1 OL, the #5 or 6 DE, and the #6 to 7 LB in the draft.  To me thats just not as good or smart to do for a team you should never settle for less talent when you have needs for multiple positions.

Only change I would make here is I think Richie Grant is much better than Holland. But that's a what flavor of ice cream thing and not a true overall value thing. I think Grant fits what Pees likes better than Holland. Especially if the Falcons re-sign Neal.

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