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  • *Spencer Rattler returns/transfers
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  • JAX
    1.
    Evan Neal
    OT Alabama
     
  • DET
    2.
    Kayvon Thibodeaux
    EDGE Oregon
     
  • HOU
    3.
    Aidan Hutchinson
    EDGE Michigan
     
  • NYJ
    4.
    Derek Stingley Jr.
    CB LSU
     
  • PHI
    5.
    Kyle Hamilton
    S Notre Dame
     
  • IND
    6.
    Kenyon Green
    OG Texas A&M
     
  • NYG
    7.
    DeMarvin Leal
    DT Texas A&M
     
  • ATL
    8.
    Malik Willis
    QB Liberty
     
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  • NE
    9.
    Kaiir Elam
    CB Florida
     
  • PHI
    10.
    Drake Jackson
    EDGE USC
     
  • MIA
    11.
    Tyler Linderbaum
    OC Iowa
     
  • NYJ
    12.
    Christian Harris
    LB Alabama
     
  • WAS
    13.
    Matt Corral
    QB Mississippi
     
  • MIN
    14.
    George Karlaftis
    EDGE Purdue
     
  • PIT
    15.
    Carson Strong
    QB Nevada
     
  • KC
    16.
    Garrett Wilson
    WR Ohio State
     
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  • CIN
    17.
    Ahmad Gardner
    CB Cincinnati
     
  • NO
    18.
    Chris Olave
    WR Ohio State
     
  • TEN
    19.
    Andrew Booth Jr.
    CB Clemson
     
  • DEN
    20.
    Jordan Davis
    DT Georgia
     
  • CAR
    21.
    Nicholas Petit-Frere
    OT Ohio State
     
  • NYG
    22.
    Ikem Ekwonu
    OG North Carolina State
     
  • CLE
    23.
    Treylon Burks
    WR Arkansas
     
  • DET
    24.
    Drake London
    WR USC
     
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  • LV
    25.
    Trent McDuffie
    CB Washington
     
  • BUF
    26.
    Sean Rhyan
    OT UCLA
     
  • TB
    27.
    Daxton Hill
    S Michigan
     
  • GB
    28.
    John Metchie III
    WR Alabama
     
  • LAC
    29.
    Jalen Wydermyer
    TE Texas A&M
     
  • DAL
    30.
    Myjai Sanders
    EDGE Cincinnati
     
  • BAL
    31.
    Daniel Faalele
    OT Minnesota
     
  • ARI
    32.
    Adam Anderson
    EDGE Georgia
     

ROUND 2

  • DET
    33.
    Josh Jobe
    CB Alabama
     
  • JAX
    34.
    Zach Harrison
    EDGE Ohio State
     
  • NYJ
    35.
    Darian Kinnard
    OT Kentucky
     
  • MIA
    36.
    Isaiah Spiller
    RB Texas A&M
     
  • PHI
    37.
    Justyn Ross
    WR Clemson
     
  • NYG
    38.
    Devin Lloyd
    LB Utah
     
  • HOU
    39.
    Desmond Ridder
    QB Cincinnati
     
  • NE
    40.
    Jahan Dotson
    WR Penn State
     
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  • PHI
    41.
    Rasheed Walker
    OT Penn State
     
  • SF
    42.
    Derion Kendrick
    CB Georgia
     
  • SEA
    43.
    Zion Nelson
    OT Miami-Fl
     
  • WAS
    44.
    Trevor Penning
    OT Northern Iowa
     
  • MIN
    45.
    Lecitus Smith
    OG Virginia Tech
     
  • PIT
    46.
    Tyreke Smith
    EDGE Ohio State
     
  • KC
    47.
    Kingsley Enagbare
    EDGE South Carolina
     
  • ATL
    48.
    Jordan Battle
    S Alabama
     
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  • NO
    49.
    Sam Howell
    QB North Carolina
     
  • CIN
    50.
    Thayer Munford
    OG Ohio State
     
  • DEN
    51.
    Charles Cross
    OT Mississippi State
     
  • NYJ
    52.
    David Bell
    WR Purdue
     
  • CHI
    53.
    Ed Ingram
    OG LSU
     
  • CLE
    54.
    Perrion Winfrey
    DT Oklahoma
     
  • ATL
    55.
    Mykael Wright
    CB Oregon
     
  • LAR
    56.
    Jarrett Patterson
    OC Notre Dame
     
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  • LV
    57.
    Jaxson Kirkland
    OG Washington
     
  • TB
    58.
    Nik Bonitto
    EDGE Oklahoma
     
  • GB
    59.
    Cade Mays
    OG Tennessee
     
  • BUF
    60.
    Sevyn Banks
    CB Ohio State
     
  • DAL
    61.
    Tyler Davis
    DT Clemson
     
  • LAC
    62.
    Tre'Vius Hodges-Tomlinson
    CB TCU
     
  • BAL
    63.
    Brenton Cox
    EDGE Florida
     
  • ARI
    64.
    Brandon Joseph
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Meh. Falcons going QB and S feels very bad for their actual needs. No QB in this draft is a true franchise guy. They took a S in 2021, but Hawkins from 2020 is looking good too.

RT, EDGE, CB, WR, RB are the biggest needs. BPA would be EDGE Christian Harris and RT Cade Mayes

 

second pick CB is great as well.

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At this point, if the Colts retain their 1st rounder I wouldn’t be surprised to see them go OL in the first even if not a LT. Fisher isn’t playing well and many Colts fans are hoping when Nelson returns from IR they just move Nelson to left tackle and keep playing Chris Reed at LG. Colts fans would lose their minds again though if they take another G at #6 overall though because he won’t be anywhere near Nelson’s talent. A X CB like Elam could be taken here for positional value. 

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Jags would go Thibadeux over Evan Neal.  We have the leagues worst pass defense and only have 8 sacks on the year.  

Don't get me wrong Neal is fine but I would put pass rush over ol. Round 2 I go kinnard, Penning, walker, Nelson pretty much any ol. 

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2 hours ago, Wyld Stallyns said:

At this point, if the Colts retain their 1st rounder I wouldn’t be surprised to see them go OL in the first even if not a LT. Fisher isn’t playing well and many Colts fans are hoping when Nelson returns from IR they just move Nelson to left tackle and keep playing Chris Reed at LG. Colts fans would lose their minds again though if they take another G at #6 overall though because he won’t be anywhere near Nelson’s talent. A X CB like Elam could be taken here for positional value. 

Petit-Frere has Colts OL written all over him, tbh. Dude is such a mauler in the run game, but he's amazing as a pass blocker too. Moving Nelson to LT doesn't make sense.

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28. Green Bay Packers - John Metchie [WR; Alabama]

Even though WR probably will be an issue with Davante Adams' pending FA, the Packers haven't drafted a WR in the first round since they took Javon Walker back in 2002.  Don't anticipate that changing this year.  EDGE and DL are clearly our biggest needs.

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59.) Green Bay Packers - Cade Mays [OG; Tennessee]

Right now, they've got Elgton Jenkins at LG and they've been using Jon Runyan and Royce Newman at LG and RG respectively.  OG really isn't a need at all.  WR seems like a more likely position here.  Could also consider TE depending on what happens with Robert Tonyan, OT, or CB here.

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Based on where we are picking i don't really dislike this draft to much.  Overall im a Malik Willis fan and wouldn't hate taking him in the 8 to 10 area or so if we are drafting too low for the top 5 or so guys on my board then im ok with Willis. 

For me if we have a shot at any of  Neal, Thibs, Stingley, Hamilton, Leal, or Hutch i think i go for them at our pick everytime.  If all of those guys are gone by our pick then im perfectly fine with willis there i like his upside alot.   

Now as for the 2nd round picks i like the CB pick in wright but i would honestly not go Safety there as i like our safety's we have in Richie Grant and Jaylin Hawkins as i think both of them will be really good when given the chance to play.   Hamilton is probably the only safety i take in the 1st 4 rounds and thats not bc we need a safety but because he is a elite game changer type of player and possibly the best player in this draft. You just don't pass on that type of talent if it falls to you.

I would replace Battle with a talented guy from the position list Scar gave you in RT, EDGE, CB, WR, RB.  Thats actually a really good list for us of need and almost spot on.  The only positions i might add to it is DT and OC depending on if Hennessey continues to struggle some at OC and depending on marlon's health at DT if he stays healthy and improves some more.  But for now i think i leave those 2 positions off the list and go with what scar listed.
 

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Sanders is a solid pick.

 

Not sure how I feel about Munford.  I realize we haver interior problems, but the Notre Dame center is still on the board, and since the team likes Carman at RG, I think they go center, unless they project Dente Smith to RT instead of LG, where he is currently listed on the depth chart.  A solid RT would also be on my short list in round 2

 

Edit:  I totally forgot Munford was the RT going into camp, but moved to make room for Duwan at RT

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1 hour ago, INbengalfan said:

Sanders is a solid pick.

 

Not sure how I feel about Munford.  I realize we haver interior problems, but the Notre Dame center is still on the board, and since the team likes Carman at RG, I think they go center, unless they project Dente Smith to RT instead of LG, where he is currently listed on the depth chart.  A solid RT would also be on my short list in round 2

 

Edit:  I totally forgot Munford was the RT going into camp, but moved to make room for Duwan at RT

Yeah Munford has OL versatility which is very important 

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On 10/16/2021 at 5:53 AM, CWood21 said:

Even though WR probably will be an issue with Davante Adams' pending FA, the Packers haven't drafted a WR in the first round since they took Javon Walker back in 2002.  Don't anticipate that changing this year.  EDGE and DL are clearly our biggest needs.

Right now, they've got Elgton Jenkins at LG and they've been using Jon Runyan and Royce Newman at LG and RG respectively.  OG really isn't a need at all.  WR seems like a more likely position here.  Could also consider TE depending on what happens with Robert Tonyan, OT, or CB here.

Looking to 2022 for the Packers, they will have serious cap problems, I expect Edge Z.Smith, WR Adams, WR R.Cobb and QB A.Rodgers to be gone. Others like WR MVS will depend on his price. Edge Preston Smith may or may not be gone.

As @CWood21 said, guard isn't really a need. The major need is very likely a no.1 WR, maybe 2x WRs. A round 1 WR is very possible (even though the Packers normally mine round 2 for WRs). Edge is almost certain to be another need. I'd also add CB as a need, despite getting CB Eric Stokes in round one in 2020 (CB Kevin King staying is 50/50).

Personally I've wanted the Packers to spend a high pick on a DT/big DL for several years, but it looks like 2022 is another year  (the third ?) where top DT/DL are few and far between.

If Rodgers is traded (and maybe Adams tag and traded) it becomes impossible to predict which draft picks they have, but ignoring that, I'd look for the first two picks to be Edge*, WR, in that order.

Beyond that DT, CB, another WR, another Edge, who knows.

*Edge can either be the OLB edge, not the 230lb guys, someone around 260, or a true 3-4 DE at anything north of 280lbs and (ideally) tall.

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On 10/16/2021 at 2:40 AM, FalconFan13 said:

Based on where we are picking i don't really dislike this draft to much.  Overall im a Malik Willis fan and wouldn't hate taking him in the 8 to 10 area or so if we are drafting too low for the top 5 or so guys on my board then im ok with Willis. 

For me if we have a shot at any of  Neal, Thibs, Stingley, Hamilton, Leal, or Hutch i think i go for them at our pick everytime.  If all of those guys are gone by our pick then im perfectly fine with willis there i like his upside alot.   

Now as for the 2nd round picks i like the CB pick in wright but i would honestly not go Safety there as i like our safety's we have in Richie Grant and Jaylin Hawkins as i think both of them will be really good when given the chance to play.   Hamilton is probably the only safety i take in the 1st 4 rounds and thats not bc we need a safety but because he is a elite game changer type of player and possibly the best player in this draft. You just don't pass on that type of talent if it falls to you.

I would replace Battle with a talented guy from the position list Scar gave you in RT, EDGE, CB, WR, RB.  Thats actually a really good list for us of need and almost spot on.  The only positions i might add to it is DT and OC depending on if Hennessey continues to struggle some at OC and depending on marlon's health at DT if he stays healthy and improves some more.  But for now i think i leave those 2 positions off the list and go with what scar listed.
 

Hennessy has been perfectly fine at C this year. The issue has been a rookie LG and a 1st year C next to each other still feeling each other out. Both guys have been much improved in recent weeks. I look forward to seeing them grow further.

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If the Jags have the #1 overall pick and go LT instead of adding the best available pass rusher (or at least trading down), I may do some serious harm to someone. I'm even fine with keeping the second pick another EDGE too.

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