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I hate putting this many WR down, but I'd still like one more. I really, really want the LB addressed though. Safety too, but I think that is in a little better shape (not much) than the LB spot. I think this is the one thing I don't like about the trade to 12. I liked Cine alot and thought we could have shored up safety and LB with those spots. But I understand not passing up on arguably the best WR (minus the ACL tear) in the draft.


For 46

doubt he's there, but...

Nakobe Dean

George Pickens

Jaquan Brisker

Might be there

David Ojabo - Do we want another injured player?

Chad Muma

Skyy Moore

Perrion Winfrey

Christian Harris

Travis Jones

3rd round

Nick Cross

John Metchie

Troy Anderson

Jeremy Ruckert

Justyn Ross

Desmond Ridder - if he falls this far...very doubtful.

 

 

 

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When Round 1 ended last night, I thought we should focus on Safety and LB.  Jaquan Brisker or Jalen Pitre would look really good in our defense and will definitely be there at #46.  Every LB we could want will probably still be there at #46 but I am not sure if the value makes sense.  It will be tougher to get a good LB prospect at #97 that it would have been if we were still picking at #66 but off-the-ball LBs tend to fall.

The real wild-card for me are the QBs.  With Malik Willis, Desmond Ridder and Sam Howell all being available, taking one of them might make sense.  Ridder probably won't last until #46 but if Desmond Ridder and Sam Howell are still there, the pick could be really interesting.  

All of that being said, having only a late 3rd round pick and no 4th round picks is not ideal.  I could see Brad Holmes trading back in the second if he could get an earlier pick in the 3rd round or maybe a couple of 4th round picks.

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1 minute ago, Just Want A Title said:

When Round 1 ended last night, I thought we should focus on Safety and LB.  Jaquan Brisker or Jalen Pitre would look really good in our defense and will definitely be there at #46.  Every LB we could want will probably still be there at #46 but I am not sure if the value makes sense.  It will be tougher to get a good LB prospect at #97 that it would have been if we were still picking at #66 but off-the-ball LBs tend to fall.

The real wild-card for me are the QBs.  With Malik Willis, Desmond Ridder and Sam Howell all being available, taking one of them might make sense.  Ridder probably won't last until #46 but if Desmond Ridder and Sam Howell are still there, the pick could be really interesting.  

All of that being said, having only a late 3rd round pick and no 4th round picks is not ideal.  I could see Brad Holmes trading back in the second if he could get an earlier pick in the 3rd round or maybe a couple of 4th round picks.

i agree on trade back. i think this team needs to build around qb first. go qb next year. but who knows. Pitre is more of a slot corner but I do love him!! I think LB or trade down. get an extra pick so when we get a RB in the 5th we aren't mad lol 

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4 minutes ago, Just Want A Title said:

I could see them drafting LB Damone Clark at #97.  He won't be a factor this year but he will make a huge impact when he does hit the field.

Forgot about him. He might be my favorite LB prospect.

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Fanspeak has the option to sim the draft from day 1/day 2, etc. assuming that you select the same players that your team drafted. 

Pick 33 - TB - Andrew Booth, CB

Pick 34 - MIN (VIA DET) - Kyler Gordon, CB

Pick 35 - TEN - Arnold Ebiketie, Edge

Pick 36 - NYG - Malik Willis, QB

Pick 37 - HOU - Desmond Ridder, QB

Pick 38 - NYJ - Berhard Raimann, OT

Pick 39 - CHI - Christian Watson, WR

Pick 40 - SEA - Sam Howell, QB

Pick 41 - SEA - Boye Mafe, Edge

Pick 42 - IND - Skyy Moore, WR

Pick 43 - ATL - Breece Hall, RB

Pick 44 - CLE - George Pickens, WR

Pick 45 - BAL - Nakobe Dean, LB

Guys that are available (as ranked by the Fanspeak big board)

  1. Travis Jones, DT
  2. Kenneth Walker, RB
  3. Tariq Woolen, CB
  4. Drake Jackson, Edge
  5. Logan Hall, DL
  6. David Ojabo, Edge
  7. Roger McCreary, CB
  8. Trey McBride, TE
  9. Jalen Pitre, S
  10. Nik Bonitto, Edge
  11. Abraham Lucas, OT
  12. DeMarvin Lea, DL
  13. Greg Dulcich, TE
  14. Darian Kennard, Edge
  15. Jaquan Brisker, S
  16. Matt Corral, QB
  17. Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB
  18. Nicholas Petit-Frere, OT
  19. Cameron Thomas, Edge
  20. Josh Pascal, Edge
  21. Christian Harris, LB
  22. Chad Muma, LB

Guys that are floating around 97 (according to their big board)

  1. John Metchie, WR
  2. Josh Jobe, CB
  3. Marquis Hayes, OG
  4. Max Mitchell, OT
  5. Tariq Castro-Fields, CB
  6. Charlie Kolar, TE
  7. Alec Pierce, WR
  8. Isaiah Thomas, Edge
  9. Wan'Dale Robinson, Kentucky
  10. Dameon Pierce, RB
  11. Brian Asamoah, LB (Top 30 visit)

 

 

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I would hope if Dean falls past 40, the Lions might consider another small move up. I think Brisker has a great chance to be there at 46. Chad Muma too.

On the other hand,  you could start trading down at this point and target guys like Asamoah, Damone, Kerby Joseph, Nick Cross, or guys we haven't even focused on but Holmes has on his radar.

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39 minutes ago, Karnage84 said:

Fanspeak has the option to sim the draft from day 1/day 2, etc. assuming that you select the same players that your team drafted. 

Pick 33 - TB - Andrew Booth, CB

Pick 34 - MIN (VIA DET) - Kyler Gordon, CB

Pick 35 - TEN - Arnold Ebiketie, Edge

Pick 36 - NYG - Malik Willis, QB

Pick 37 - HOU - Desmond Ridder, QB

Pick 38 - NYJ - Berhard Raimann, OT

Pick 39 - CHI - Christian Watson, WR

Pick 40 - SEA - Sam Howell, QB

Pick 41 - SEA - Boye Mafe, Edge

Pick 42 - IND - Skyy Moore, WR

Pick 43 - ATL - Breece Hall, RB

Pick 44 - CLE - George Pickens, WR

Pick 45 - BAL - Nakobe Dean, LB

Guys that are available (as ranked by the Fanspeak big board)

  1. Travis Jones, DT
  2. Kenneth Walker, RB
  3. Tariq Woolen, CB
  4. Drake Jackson, Edge
  5. Logan Hall, DL
  6. David Ojabo, Edge
  7. Roger McCreary, CB
  8. Trey McBride, TE
  9. Jalen Pitre, S
  10. Nik Bonitto, Edge
  11. Abraham Lucas, OT
  12. DeMarvin Lea, DL
  13. Greg Dulcich, TE
  14. Darian Kennard, Edge
  15. Jaquan Brisker, S
  16. Matt Corral, QB
  17. Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB
  18. Nicholas Petit-Frere, OT
  19. Cameron Thomas, Edge
  20. Josh Pascal, Edge
  21. Christian Harris, LB
  22. Chad Muma, LB

Guys that are floating around 97 (according to their big board)

  1. John Metchie, WR
  2. Josh Jobe, CB
  3. Marquis Hayes, OG
  4. Max Mitchell, OT
  5. Tariq Castro-Fields, CB
  6. Charlie Kolar, TE
  7. Alec Pierce, WR
  8. Isaiah Thomas, Edge
  9. Wan'Dale Robinson, Kentucky
  10. Dameon Pierce, RB
  11. Brian Asamoah, LB (Top 30 visit)

 

 

A lot of teams are going to regret passing on Alec Pierce if he slips to 97

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Guys still available I like day 2 for the Lions:

Nakobe Dean, LB

Jaquan Brisker, S

David Ojabo, EDGE

Boye Mafe, DL

Malik Willis, QB

George Pickens, WR

Christian Watson, WR

Perrion Winfrey, DT

Romeo Doubs, WR

Kerby Joseph, S

Jalen Pitre, S

Troy Anderson, LB

Logan Hall, DT

Roger McCreary, CB

DeMarvin Leal, DL

Trey McBride, TE

Christian Harris, LB

Brandon Smith, LB

Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB

Leo Chanel, LB

Chad Muma, LB

John Metchie III, WR

Justyn Ross, WR

Brian Asamoah II, LB

Darrian Beavers, LB

Jake Ferguson, TE

Channing Tindall, LB

Damone Clark, LB

Jeremy Ruckert, TE

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