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Well, at least I'd like to think. Best I can do for now. Enjoy. No trades.¬†ūüėá

FIRST ROUND:

#01. JACKSONVILLE: Travon Walker, DE, Georgia.

#02. DETROIT: Aidan Hutchinson, DE, Michigan.

#03. HOUSTON: Kayvon Thibodeaux, DE, Oregon.

#04. N.Y. JETS: Ikem Ekwonu, OT, N.C. State.

#05. N.Y. GIANTS: Evan Neal, OT, Alabama.

#06. CAROLINA: Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State.

#07. N.Y. GIANTS: (From Chicago.) Ahmad Gardner, CB, Cincinnati.

#08. ATLANTA: Jermaine Johnson, DE, Florida State.

#09. SEATTLE: (From Denver.) Malik Willis, QB, Liberty.

#10. N.Y. JETS: (From Seattle.) Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame.

#11. WASHINGTON: Drake London, WR, U.S.C.

#12. MINNESOTA: Derek Stingley, CB, L.S.U.

#13. HOUSTON: (From Cleveland.) Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State.

#14. BALTIMORE: Trevor Penning, OT, Northern Iowa.

#15. NEW ORLEANS: (From Philadelphia via Miami.) Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama.

#16. PHILADELPHIA: (From Indianapolis.) Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah.

#17. L.A. CHARGERS: Jordan Davis, DT, Georgia.

#18. PHILADELPHIA: (From New Orleans.) Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas.

#19. NEW ORLEANS: (From Philadelphia.) Kenny Pickett, QB, Pittsburgh.

#20. PITTSBURGH: Desmond Ridder, QB, Cincinnati.

#21. NEW ENGLAND: Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington.

#22. GREEN BAY: (From Las Vegas.) Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State.

#23. ARIZONA: Andrew Booth, CB, Clemson.

#24. DALLAS: Zion Johnson, OG/C, Boston College.

#25. BUFFALO: Breece Hall, RB, Iowa State.

#26. TENNESSEE: Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State.

#27. TAMPA BAY: Kenyon Green, OG, Texas A&M.

#28. GREEN BAY: Travis Jones, DT, UConn.

#29. KANSAS CITY: (From Miami via San Francisco.) Daxton Hill, S/CB, Michigan.

#30. KANSAS CITY: George Karlaftis, DE, Purdue.

#31. CINCINNATI: Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa.

#32. DETROIT: (From L.A. Rams.) Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss.

SECOND ROUND:

#33. JACKSONVILLE: Lewis Cine, S, Georgia.

#34. DETROIT: Quay Walker, ILB, Georgia.

#35. N.Y. JETS: Christian Watson, WR, North Dakota State.

#36. N.Y. GIANTS: Arnold Ebiketie, DE/OLB, Penn State.

#37. HOUSTON: Kyler Gordon, CB, Washington.

#38. N.Y. JETS: (From Carolina.) Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida.

#39. CHICAGO: Tyler Smith, OT/OG, Tulsa.

#40. SEATTLE: (From Denver.) Boye Mafe, DE, Minnesota.

#41. SEATTLE: Abraham Lucas, OT, Washington State.

#42. INDIANAPOLIS: (From Washington.) Trey McBride, TE, Colorado State.

#43. ATLANTA: Devonte Wyatt, DT, Georgia.

#44. CLEVELAND: Perrion Winfrey, DT, Oklahoma.

#45. BALTIMORE: Logan Hall, DT/DE, Houston.

#46. MINNESOTA: Drake Jackson, DE/OLB, U.S.C.

#47. WASHINGTON: (From Indianapolis.) Sam Howell, QB, North Carolina.

#48. CHICAGO: (From L.A. Chargers.) George Pickens, WR, Georgia.

#49. NEW ORLEANS: Nicholas Petit-Frere, OT, Ohio State.

#50. KANSAS CITY: (From Miami.) Nakobe Dean, ILB, Georgia.

#51. PHILADELPHIA: Cameron Thomas, DE, San Diego State.

#52. PITTSBURGH: Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan.

#53. GREEN BAY: (From Las Vegas.) Sam Williams, DE, Ole Miss.

#54. NEW ENGLAND: David Ojabo, DE, Michigan.

#55. ARIZONA: Nik Bonitto, DE/OLB, Oklahoma.

#56. DALLAS: DeMarvin Leal, DT/DE, Texas A&M.

#57. BUFFALO: Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn.

#58. ATLANTA: (From Tennessee.) Skyy Moore, WR, Western Michigan.

#59. GREEN BAY: Alec Pierce, WR, Cincinnati.

#60. TAMPA BAY: Zyon McCollum, CB, Sam Houston State.

#61. SAN FRANCISCO: Nick Cross, S, Maryland.

#62. KANSAS CITY: Tariq Woolen, CB, UTSA.

#63. CINCINNATI: Jelani Woods, TE, Virginia.

#64. DENVER: (From L.A. Rams.) Christian Harris, ILB, Alabama.

THIRD ROUND:

#65. JACKSONVILLE: Calvin Austin, WR, Memphis.

#66. DETROIT: Jaquan Brisker, S, Penn State.

#67. N.Y. GIANTS: Carson Strong, QB, Nevada.

#68. HOUSTON: Jalen Pitre, S, Baylor.

#69. N.Y. JETS: Kenneth Walker, RB, Michigan State.

#70. JACKSONVILLE: (From Carolina.) Phidarian Mathis, DT, Alabama.

#71. CHICAGO: Darian Kinnard, OT/OG, Kentucky.

#72. SEATTLE: Martin Emerson, CB, Mississippi State.

#73. INDIANAPOLIS: (From Washington.) David Bell, WR, Purdue.

#74. ATLANTA: Jamaree Salyer, OG/OT, Georgia.

#75. DENVER: Brandon Smith, OLB, Penn State.

#76. BALTIMORE: Jalen Tolbert, WR, South Alabama.

#77. MINNESOTA: Bo Melton, WR, Rutgers.

#78. CLEVELAND: Leo Chenal, ILB, Wisconsin.

#79. L.A. CHARGERS: Sean Rhyan, OT/OG, U.C.L.A.

#80. HOUSTON: (From New Orleans.) James Cook, RB, Georgia.

#81. N.Y. GIANTS: (From Miami.) Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State.

#82. ATLANTA: (From Indianapolis.) Channing Tindall, ILB, Georgia.

#83. PHILADELPHIA: Haskell Garrett, DT, Ohio State.

#84. PITTSBURGH: John Metchie, WR, Alabama.

#85. NEW ENGLAND: Cole Strange, OG, Chattanooga.

#86. LAS VEGAS: Daniel Faalele, OT, Minnesota.

#87. ARIZONA: Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M.

#88. DALLAS: Tyquan Thornton, WR, Baylor.

#89. BUFFALO: Troy Andersen, ILB, Montana State.

#90. TENNESSEE: Greg Dulcich, TE, U.C.L.A.

#91. TAMPA BAY: Cade Otton, TE, Washington.

#92. GREEN BAY: Kellen Diesch, OT, Arizona State.

#93. SAN FRANCISCO: Dylan Parham, C/OG, Memphis.

#94. KANSAS CITY: Velus Jones, WR, Tennessee.

#95. CINCINNATI: Kalon Barnes, CB, Baylor.

#96. DENVER: (From L.A. Rams.) Kingsley Enegbare, DE, South Carolina.

#97. DETROIT: (Comp.) Justyn Ross, WR, Clemson.

#98. NEW ORLEANS: (Comp.) Wan'Dale Robinson, WR, Kentucky.

#99. CLEVELAND: (Comp.) Khalil Shakir, WR, Boise State.

100. BALTIMORE: (Comp.) Chad Muma, LB, Wyoming.

 

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PACKERS

Because of the terrible squeeze the 2022 cap puts on the Packers, they most likely lose a top edge guy - Zadarius Smith - and top receivers - Davante Adams, though Adams might be franchised for one year, and Randall Cobb, maybe others too. There will be other painful losses due to how badly the cap impacts them (for example, they might also lose edge Preston Smith).

The Packers have enjoyed much improved play at ILB this year, with Campbell and Barnes. In the past ILB was more often addressed in rounds 3 (Burks) and 4 (Ryan, Martinez). ILB is an unlikely position choice for their first pick, both from a history perspective and because they are doing well with what they have there now.

Therefore, I suspect they go Edge with the first pick (it being an exceptional year for that position) and WR with their second. This assumes the value is there. Historically, they also love DBs in round 1 (or top of round 2), but with CBs Jaire Alexander/Eric Stokes/Rasul Douglas and maybe Kevin King (another very possible cap victim) and Safeties Darnell Savage and Adrian Amos, their need at DB isn't that serious, this year.

While an OT is something they might look at if in need, they currently have Bakhtiari (just getting fit again), and Turner as tackles (which is fine) and Elgton Jenkins and Yosh Nijman who can provide high-quality backup there (also fine), so the need for an OT just isn't there, this year.

Other likely possibilities for early picks include DT and TE, so if I were to prioritise their needs (not easy to do before the season-end shakeup), it would be:
Edge, WR (greatest needs), then TE, DT, (the most likely alternatives), then CB.

Of course if Aaron Rodgers is traded, they should get picks from the Saints, or the Broncos, or the Steelers, who knows what picks they end up with.

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6 minutes ago, OneTwoSixFive said:

PACKERS

Because of the terrible squeeze the 2022 cap puts on the Packers, they most likely lose a top edge guy - Zadarius Smith - and top receivers - Davante Adams, though Adams might be franchised for one year, and Randall Cobb, maybe others too. There will be other painful losses due to how badly the cap impacts them (for example, they might also lose edge Preston Smith).

The Packers have enjoyed much improved play at ILB this year, with Campbell and Barnes. In the past ILB was more often addressed in rounds 3 (Burks) and 4 (Ryan, Martinez). ILB is an unlikely position choice for their first pick, both from a history perspective and because they are doing well with what they have there now.

Therefore, I suspect they go Edge with the first pick (it being an exceptional year for that position) and WR with their second. This assumes the value is there. Historically, they also love DBs in round 1 (or top of round 2), but with CBs Jaire Alexander/Eric Stokes/Rasul Douglas and maybe Kevin King (another very possible cap victim) and Safeties Darnell Savage and Adrian Amos, their need at DB isn't that serious, this year.

While an OT is something they might look at if in need, they currently have Bakhtiari (just getting fit again), and Turner as tackles (which is fine) and Elgton Jenkins and Yosh Nijman who can provide high-quality backup there (also fine), so the need for an OT just isn't there, this year.

Other likely possibilities for early picks include DT and TE, so if I were to prioritise their needs (not easy to do before the season-end shakeup), it would be:
Edge, WR (greatest needs), then TE, DT, (the most likely alternatives), then CB.

Of course if Aaron Rodgers is traded, they should get picks from the Saints, or the Broncos, or the Steelers, who knows what picks they end up with.

Packers are a definite tough team to mock a pick for right now.

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1 hour ago, OneTwoSixFive said:

PACKERS

Because of the terrible squeeze the 2022 cap puts on the Packers, they most likely lose a top edge guy - Zadarius Smith - and top receivers - Davante Adams, though Adams might be franchised for one year, and Randall Cobb, maybe others too. There will be other painful losses due to how badly the cap impacts them (for example, they might also lose edge Preston Smith).

The Packers have enjoyed much improved play at ILB this year, with Campbell and Barnes. In the past ILB was more often addressed in rounds 3 (Burks) and 4 (Ryan, Martinez). ILB is an unlikely position choice for their first pick, both from a history perspective and because they are doing well with what they have there now.

Therefore, I suspect they go Edge with the first pick (it being an exceptional year for that position) and WR with their second. This assumes the value is there. Historically, they also love DBs in round 1 (or top of round 2), but with CBs Jaire Alexander/Eric Stokes/Rasul Douglas and maybe Kevin King (another very possible cap victim) and Safeties Darnell Savage and Adrian Amos, their need at DB isn't that serious, this year.

While an OT is something they might look at if in need, they currently have Bakhtiari (just getting fit again), and Turner as tackles (which is fine) and Elgton Jenkins and Yosh Nijman who can provide high-quality backup there (also fine), so the need for an OT just isn't there, this year.

Other likely possibilities for early picks include DT and TE, so if I were to prioritise their needs (not easy to do before the season-end shakeup), it would be:
Edge, WR (greatest needs), then TE, DT, (the most likely alternatives), then CB.

Of course if Aaron Rodgers is traded, they should get picks from the Saints, or the Broncos, or the Steelers, who knows what picks they end up with.

Changed it up for you.

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Drake Jackson is on the lighter side of edge guys compared to what the Packers ideally want. They like the bigger edge guys at 265-275lbs (their current guys, Rashan Gary, Preston Smith, Zadarius Smith are all in that range), but sometimes you have to take what is there. They could go for a larger edge guy like Zach Harrison or Travon Walker, but would that be the best value at their pick ?

I'd probably take a chance on Zach Harrison, 6'6", 268 is an attractive size for that position, but there is nothing wrong with your choice.  He is more Landry than Davenport (both prospects in the 2018 draft), but look how Landry is doing now.

 

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1 minute ago, OneTwoSixFive said:

Drake Jackson is on the lighter side of edge guys compared to what the Packers ideally want. They like the bigger edge guys at 265-275lbs (their current guys, Rashan Gary, Preston Smith, Zadarius Smith are all in that range), but sometimes you have to take what is there. They could go for a larger edge guy like Zach Harrison or Travon Walker, but would that be the best value at their pick ?

I'd probably take a chance on Zach Harrison, 6'6", 268 is an attractive size for that position, but there is nothing wrong with your choice.  He is more Landry than Davenport (both prospects in the 2018 draft), but look how Landry is doing now.

 

Jackson's played at 270 before.

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I wouldn't argue with OL for the Bengals, but I think their #1 need is CB.  They run a zone scheme primarily so ideally someone who excels at that.  They may look at S in the first couple days if they are dumb and don't get Jessie Bates extended.

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Where as i like Mailk Willis more than any other QB in this draft coming out im still not taking a QB this year for the Falcons and think it is dumb to do so wasting his next 2 or so years of his contract while we still can't move on from ryans' contract.   2023 is the soonest we should even consider taking a QB with as many holes as we got on this roster as it sits.  We need to fill those 1st so when we do finally take  a QB in 2023 or 2024 the dude has a fair chance to actually replace and succeed.  Plus it gives you a full 5 years of rookie contract to give you alot of cap space to get back out of cap hell. 

In this situation im looking at   Stingley, Karlaftis, Linderbaum, Davis, or Leal

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