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  1. 1. Which is the best Not Mock team:

    • IDOG_det
      1
    • NickChowaniec
      2
    • Rich7sena
      3
    • goldfishwars
      2
    • gopherwrestler
      5
    • cortes02
      1
    • brownie man
      4
    • CWood21
      0
    • Kingofthedot
      0
    • CBS_Auto
      0

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On 2/7/2018 at 4:34 PM, goldfishwars said:

GOLDFISHWARS

Offense: 11 Personnel

I'm quite high on Jackson as a prospect, even if the NFL scouting community don't appear to be enamoured with him - yet. Early on, we're going make use of the speed at wide-out and get Jackson to throw deep off play action with the ability to use his feet if nothing is available. A staple running game behind a runner with good balance and vision, with some featured QB runs should help to keep defenses off-balance. Dallas Goedert should be a good red zone weapon early on. The offensive line has some good, underrated talent throughout. 

QB: Lamar Jackson

RB: Kerryon Johnson

WR: Deon Cain

WR: Jordan Lasley

SWR: Dante Pettis

TE: Dallas Goedert

LT: Jamarco Jones

LG: Sean Welsh

C: Frank Ragnow

RG: Tony Adams

RT: Will Richardson

Defense: 3-3-5

I was going to go for a Wade Phillips 3-4 base look, but when I realized Darius Phillips was available with my last pick I decided to go for a 3-3-5 nickel to uitilize a better personnel as he is one of my favorite recent discoveries. With the draft short on outside pass-rushing talent, I took a punt on Landry early and was lucky enough to get Hurst and Bryan who would be ideal in a 1 gap Phillips front. Good luck blocking those chaps up fellas. 

LDE: Maurice Hurst

NT: Poona Ford

RDE: Taven Bryan

LOLB: Harold Landry

ILB: Skai Moore

ROLB: Joe Ostman

LCB: MJ Stewart

RCB: Christian Campbell

Slot: Darius Phillips

FS: Armani Watts

SS: Cody Reyes

 

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NICKCHOWANIEC

Offense

QB: Josh Rosen

RB: Ronald Jones II

TE: Mike Gesicki

WR: Allen Lazard

WR: Jester Weah

WR: Anthony Miller

T: Connor Williams

G: Sam Jones

C: Austin Golson

G: Taylor Hearn

T: Toby Weathersby

Defense

DE: Rasheem Green

DT: Harrison Phillips

DT: Joshua Frazier

DE: Ogbonnia Okoronkwo

LB: Leighton Vander Esch

LB: Roquan Smith

CB: Kevin Toliver II

CB: J.C. Jackson

Slot: Duke Dawson

S: Terrell Edmunds

S: Jesse Bates III

 

 

On 2/7/2018 at 7:03 PM, gopherwrestler said:

GOPHERWRESTLER

11 Personnell Offense

In reality, I wanted to design an offense that no team can stop. And I think it is safe to say no team will be able to stop every one of my offensive weapons being my excellent offensive line. Washington has the ability to beat any DB deep in this draft class, Kirk can be put in the slot and beat any slot or LB that will be put on the duty of trying to cover him, and Calloway is possibly the best all around WR in this draft class. Not to mention the defense will still have to cover my athletic TE Fumagalli. Oh and probably the best RB to enter the draft in history, Barkley. I ended up also getting the QB I was actually aiming to draft round 1 in the 21st round of the draft.

QB: Mike White

RB: Saquon Barkley

WR: James Washington

WR: Antonio Callaway

SLOT: Christian Kirk

LT: Orlando Brown Jr.

LG: Wyatt Teller

C: James Daniels

RG: Maea Teuhema 

RT: Greg Senate

4-2-5 DEFENSE

Built my defense line based on having 2 run stopping interior lineman, 1 pass rushing specialist, and one DE that can be great with containment yet be able to get after the pass rusher. With that I needed to LB’s that are solid LB’s and 2 safties that are jack of all trade types. The biggest key to my defense was gathering 3 complete lockdown CB’s and I ended up with 3 of my favorites. Offense should struggle against this defense running the ball, and to be able to pass it they will have to find ways to beat my defensive backs which will be a struggle. 

LDE: Josh Sweat

DT: Derrick Nnadi

NT: Lowell Lotulelei

RDE: Kemoko Turay

LB: Josey Jewell

LB: Joel Lanning

CB: Denzel Ward

CB: Carlton Davis

SLOT: Levi Wallace

S: Godwin Igwebuike

S: Jordan Whitehead

 

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CWOOD21

Offense

QB: Riley Ferguson

RB: Ito Smith

TE: Mark Andrews

WR: Deontae Burnett

WR: Jaleel Scott

WR: Trey Quinn

T: Brian O'Neill

G: Brandon Parker

C: Brian Allen

G: Mason Cole

T: Desmond Harrison

Defense

DE: Bradley Chubb

DT: Nathan Shepherd

DT: Will Geary

DE: Marcus Davenport

LB: Malik Jefferson

LB: Oren Burks

LB: Fred Warner

CB: Isaiah Oliver

CB: Quentin Meeks

S: Marcus Allen

S: Tray Matthews

 

 

On 2/8/2018 at 4:59 PM, brownie man said:

BROWNIE MAN

Offense: Rob Chudziski 11 Personnel Vertical Offense

I envision Josh as my Cam Newton. Push the pass vertical with big-play receivers on the outside and have a TE and good slot to work everything underneath. Cam's best OC to me so far has been Chud which is why they've brought in Norv Turner this offseason who is the god father of this type of offense. Sony Michel is my 3 down back with speed to take it home at any play, but can still handle 20+ carries a game. Cobbs it's his security/red zone guy who Allen showed at the Senior Bowl he can utilize. Chark is the big play deep threat who defenses have to account for on any play. Keke Coutee is my favorite pick for this offense. Breneman as long as he can stay healthy should be a consistent pass catcher from the TE position who can find the spot in zones, stretch the seam, and be another threat in the red zone for Allen. Brett Toth could be the best player on the line when its all said and done. I'm going to run a power scheme with some zone sprinkled in to take advantage of Michel's speed. My running game should be solid which will open up the play action to take advantage of my playmakers especially Chark. 

QB: Josh Allen Wyoming - Cam Newton Carolina 

RB: Sony Michel Georgia - Ryan Matthews San Diego 

WR: Simmie Cobbs JR Indiana - Malcolm Floyd San Diego 

WR: DJ Chark LSU - Brandon Lafell Carolina 

Slot: Keke Coutee Texas Tech - Slot version of TY Hilton Indy

TE: Adam Breneman UMass - Greg Olsen Carolina 

LT: Chukwuma Okorafor Western Michigan - Marcus McNeil San Diego 

LG: Brendan Mahon Penn State - Jack Mehort Indy 

C: Will Clapp LSU -Nick Hardwick San Digeo 

RG: Colby Gossett Appalachian state Ryan Tucker Browns 

RT: Brett Toth Army - Jordan Gross Carolina 

Defense: Wade Phillips One Gap 3-4

I'm running Wade Phillips' aggressive one gap 34. I tried to get a star on each level and them get some role players along-side that star. Daron Payne is my Aaron Donald who can play NT as well as a penetrating end. BJ Hill and RJ Mcintosh have great size and will fill up their gaps allowing for Payne to create havoc. My linebackers are the stars of the defense which should be the case with any 34. I am a huge Arden Key fan as long as he is played at outside linebacker which is where I'll be playing him so he doesn't have to take on blockers as much. Rashaan Evans is my guy to chase everything on the second level. Dooley is my run stopper who will move around to allow Evans and Key to feast and then Armstrong will be my weak link but will be able to offer some pass rush and I'm just hoping will contain enough for Evans to make the play.

LE: RJ Mcintosh Miami - Malik Jackson Broncos 

NT: Da'ron Payne Alabama - Aaron Donald Rams 

RE: BJ Hill NC State - Derek Wolfe Broncos 

SOLB: Dorance Armstrong JR Kansas - Connor Barwin Rams

SILB: Garrett Dooley Wisconsin - Todd Davis  Broncos 

WILB: Rashaan Evans Alabama - Brandon Marshall  Broncos 

WOLB: Arden Key LSU - Von Miller/Robert Quinn Rams/Broncos 

LCB: Tarvarus McFadden - Trumaine Johnson Rams 

RCB: DJ Reed Kansas State- Chris Harris Jr Broncos 

FS: Justin Reid Stanford - Lamarcus Joyner Rams

SS: Donnie Miles UNC - TJ Ward Broncos 

 

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CBS_AUTO

Offense

QB: Logan Woodside

RB: Derris Guice

TE: Jaylen Samuels

WR: Courtland Sutton

WR: Marcell Ateman

WR: Michael Gallup

T: Geron Christian

G: Quentin Nelson

C: Bradley Bozeman

G: Braden Smith

T: Archie Lewis

Defense

DE: Uchenna Nwosu

DT: Justin Jones

DT: Deadrin Senate

DE: Chad Thomas

LB: Dorian O'Daniel

LB: Christian Sam

LB: Travin Howard

CB: Kameron Kelly

CB: Holton Hill

S: Derwin James

S: Damon Webb

 

 

On 2/9/2018 at 1:00 PM, IDOG_det said:

IDOG_DET

Offense: 11 Personnel

My offense would generally operate quickly to prevent defenses from making major adjustments to the multiple formations that can be run from these personnel. John Kelly is a solid receiver from the backfield and can be put in the slot. Kalen Ballage can play RB and every WR position. DJ Moore can play every WR position and can be put into the backfield. Gary McKnight can play every WR position and can be used on sweeps or jet motions. Ian Thomas can play every TE position, he can play at WR, and he can even line up in the backfield. On any play I could go five wide or I could run 21 personnel and motion a WR next to the TE to crack block. Safeties and Linebackers will have to match up with players like Ian Thomas, Kalen Ballage, and John Kelly, which is a win for my offense.

QB: Baker Mayfield
RB: John Kelly
WR: DJ Moore
WR: Gary McKnight
RB/WR: Kalen Ballage
TE: Ian Thomas

LT: Jamil Demby
LG: Isaiah Wynn
C: Billy Price
RG: Alex Cappa
RT: Aaron Stinnie

Defense: 11 Personnel

My defensive ends are studs against the run and have great length. Ejiofor is the most developed end in this draft and Jalyn Holmes has the potential to be a very good player. Both of them can play on either side of the line and they can both rush from the inside as well. Hall is solidly 300+ despite being shorter at 6'0" but he can chase RB's 40 yards down the field. Kentavius Street played all over for NC State's talented front 7. Jack Cichy can cover, he can blitz, he can take on blockers, he can shed blockers, he tackles very well, he diagnoses plays quickly, he takes good angles, he's explosive to the ball, etc. Hercules Mata'afa's role in this defense will start off very similar to Anthony Barr's role in Mike Zimmer's defense, he will blitz very often to take advantage of his best skill, but I trust his athleticism enough to drop into coverage. Jaire Alexander can play any CB spot, and he plays the run very well. Nick Nelson is a stud athlete, but inconsistent corner. Ronnie Harrison is a good athlete, and I wouldn't worry about him having to take on blocks or cover larger TE's. And he's a hitter, which is something I love from DB's. Kamrin Moore played CB for Boston College but his skill set fits at CB and safety. In sets I want 3 CB's and 1 safety, he plays boundary CB and one of Nelson or Alexander move to the slot. When I want 3 CB's and 2 safeties, he plays boundary CB, Nelson/Alexander move to the slot, and Shaquem Griffin plays the other safety spot. Shaquem Griffin is a hybrid linebacker/safety in my defense. He's basically just playing wherever I want him to. If I want to go coverage heavy, he will drop back to safety with Harrison. When I want to play heavy a "base defense" he'll move to WLB.

WDE: Duke Ejiofor
NT: PJ Hall
UT: Kentavius Street
SDE: Jalyn Holmes

MLB: Jack Cichy
SLB: Hercules Mata'afa

RCB: Nick Nelson
FS: Ronnie Harrison
WLB/SS: Shaquem Griffin
NCB/S: Kamrin Moore
LCB: Jaire Alexander

PR/KR: DJ Moore/Nick Nelson/Jaire Alexander
 

 

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KINGOFTHEDOT

Offense (10 players)

QB: Kyle Lauretta

RB: Rashaad Penny

TE: Durham Smythe

WR: Equanimous St. Brown

WR: Tre'quon Smith 

T: Mike McGlinchey

G: Austin Corbett

C: Austin Kuhnert

G: Nick Gates

T: Cole Madison

Defense (12 players)

DE: Sam Hubbard

DT: Trenton Thompson

DT: Kendrick Norton

DE: Da'Shawn Hand

LB: Tremaine Edmunds

LB: Micah Kiser

LB: Jason Cabinda

LB: Darius Jackson

CB: Siran Neal

CB: Quentin Meeks

S: Minkah Fitzpatrick

S: Kyzir White

 

 

On 2/15/2018 at 2:27 PM, cortes02 said:

CORTES02

OFFENSE

I tried to make as balanced of an offense as I possibly could.  I went with a 3 wide receiver set with Calvin Ridley in the slot.  Putting Ridley in the slot allows him to move around in the formation which would create mismatch problems for defenses.  With my other receivers (Wilson - 6'3") and (Wims - 6'4") on the outside, their height alone creates a mismatch for any defense that doesn't have taller DB's.  Chubb will be the workhorse in the running game and keep defenses on their toes while Mason Rudolph is throwing touchdowns to his receiving core. Tight end Dalton Schultz is solid with run blocking being his bread and butter and an occasional catch here and there.   The offensive line will be able to hold at the point of attack with Kolton Miller being the best of the bunch. 

QB - MASON RUDOLPH

RB - NICK CHUBB

WR - CALVIN RIDLEY

WR - CEDRICK WILSON

WR - JAVON WIMS

TE - DALTON SCHULTZ

LT - KOLTON MILLER

RT - JOSEPH NOTEBOOM

LG - SKYLER PHILLIPS

RG - K.C. MCDERMOTT

C - COLEMAN SHELTON

DEFENSE

I went with a standard 4-3 defense with the secondary being the strength of the team.  Jackson, Elliot, and Williams are the ball hawks while Blanding is the hammer from his SS spot.  Holland and Lawler bring the fierce pass rush while Settle and McKenzie stuff the run up the middle.  To clean up what's leftovers and bring the pain is my LB core of Scales, Thomas, and Williams.

DE - JEFF HOLLAND

DE - JUSTIN LAWLER

DT - KHALIL MCKENZIE

DT - TIM SETTLE

OLB - TEGRAY SCALES

OLB - MATTHEW THOMAS

ILB - TRE' WILLIAMS

CB - JOSH JACKSON

CB - DARIOUS WILLIAMS

FS - DESHON ELLIOT

SS - QUIN BLANDING

 

Peace!!!

 

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RICH7SENA

Offense: 11 Personnel

My team's offense borrows a lot from the success of the Eagles. I envision a lot of bunch and tight formations, inside zone runs, and using the tight end as a receiver. Auden Tate takes the role of Alshon Jeffery; DaeSean Hamilton as Nelson Agholor; J'Mon Moore as Torrey Smith; and Hayden Hurst as Zach Ertz. My favorite pick on offense is Tyrone Crowder, who I considered taking much earlier and is one of the rare instances when a player ends playing his natural position on the offensive line.

QB: Sam Darnold

RB: Royce Freeman

TE: Hayden Hurst

WR: Auden Tate

WR: J'Mon Moore

Slot: DaeSean Hamilton

LT: Tyrell Crosby

RG: Will Hernandez

C: Scott Quessenberry

RG: Tyrone Crowder

RT: Martinas Rankin

Defense: 4-2-5

I didn't have a particular team in mind, but the defense is a basic nickel look. The front 3 of Lewis, Vea, and Brown are powerful enough to stifle the run and open things up for my smaller, but fast linebackers. I envision Carter to be a stand-up right end who can also drop in coverage in a pinch. My favorite pick on defense is Isaac Yiadom. I honestly wasn't planning on picking more corners until I watched some of his cutups and even sought some full Boston College games to get a fuller picture. Yiadom will end up being a top 5 corner in this class for me.

LE: Tyquan Lewis

NT: Vita Vea

UT: Andrew Brown

RE: Lorenzo Carter

SLB: Darius Leonard

WLB: Jerome Baker

LCB: Anthony Averett

RCB: Isaac Yiadom

Slot: Duke Dawson

SS: Trayvon Henderson

FS: Brandon Facyson

 

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I honestly believe y'all are sleeping on the beast of a team put together by RICH7SENA.

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13 hours ago, reamer said:

 

I honestly believe y'all are sleeping on the beast of a team put together by RICH7SENA.

Preach.

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I do think @gopherwrestler has a great team really talented playmakers and unconventional defense with good role fits 

@goldfishwars has a really nice spread offense with Jackson I like the skillset at receiver to compliment him 

But I do think in the long run @Rich7sena has the best pro offense that will end up being successful with Darnold, Freeman, Tate, and Hurst 

@CWood21 has a crazy dline that sells his team for me Chubb and Davenport is nasty 

Also again really like @Rich7sena defense solid all around and built for the current NFL schemes I'd say overall he has the best team 

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