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PostPosted: Tue Mar 14, 2017 11:23 pm    Post subject: Seven Rounds - Post Free Agency Mock 2017 Reply with quote

Comments appreciated! If I've made mistakes with the draft order, corrections appreciated as well.


Round 1

Cleveland- Myles Garrett, DE
San Francisco- Mitch Trubisky- QB
Chicago- Jonathan Allen, DT
Jacksonville- Leonard Fournette, RB
Tennessee- Marshon Lattimore, CB
New York Jets- Jamal Adams- S
LA Chargers- Malik Hooker- S
Carolina- Solomon Thomas, DE
Cincinnati- Hassan Reddick, LB
Buffalo- Mike Williams- WR
New Orleans- Deshaun Watson, QB
Cleveland- OJ Howard, TE
Arizona- Pat Mahomes, QB
Philadelphia- Dalvin Cook- RB
Indianapolis- Derek Barnett, OLB
Baltimore- Marlon Humphrey, CB (bigger receiver)
Washington- Reuben Foster, LB
Tennessee- John Ross, WR
Tampa Bay- Corey Davis, WR
Denver- Christian Mccaffrey, RB
Detroit- Taco Charlton, DE
Miami- Zach Cunningham, ILB
New York Giants- David Njoku, TE
Oakland- Jarrad Davis, ILB
Houston- Deshone Kizer, QB
Seattle – Garret Boles, OT
Kansas City- Adoree Jackson, CB
Dallas- Obi Melifonwu, S
Green Bay- Fabian Moreau, CB
Pittsburgh- Carl Lawson, OLB
Atlanta- Forrest Lamp, OG
New Orleans (from New England) – Charles Harris, DE/OLB


Round 2

Cleveland - Buddha Baker, S
San Francisco- Takkarist McKinley, DE/OLB
Jacksonville – Evan Engram, TE
Chicago - Gareon Conley, CB
LA Rams: Jabril Peppers, S
LA Chargers: Ryan Ramczyk, OT
New York Jets- Tre'Davious White, CB
Carolina - Cam Robinson, OT
Cincinnati – Dan Feeney, OG
New Orleans- Sidney Jones, CB
Philadelphia – Cordrea Tankersley, CB
Buffalo- Chidobe Awuize, CB
Arizona- Jourdan Lewis,CB
Minnesota- Dion Dawkins, OG
Baltimore- Tim Williams, DE/OLB
Indianapolis – Desmond King, S
Washington - Chris Wormley, DL
Tampa Bay- Alvin Kamara, RB
Denver- Antonio Garcia, OT
Cleveland - Teez Tarbor, CB
Detroit – Raekwon McMillan, LB
Miami - Dorian Johnson, OG
New York Giants- Caleb Brantley, DT
Oakland- Malik Mcdowell, DT
Houston – Taylor Moton, OT
Seattle – Kevin King, CB
Kansas City – Tarell Basham, DE/OLB
Dallas – Cameron Sutton, CB
Green Bay – TJ Watt, OLB
Pittsburgh – Carlos Henderson, WR
Atlanta- Marcus Williams, S
Carolina (from New England) – Quincy Wilson, DB


Round 3

Cleveland- Dede Westbrook, WR
San Francisco- Zay Jones, WR
Chicago – Roderick Johnson, OT
Jacksonville– Isaac Asiata, OG
La Rams – Bucky Hodges, TE
New York Jets – Pat Elflein, OC/OG
LA Chargers – Tyus Bowser, DE/OLB
New England (from Carolina) – Samaje Perrine, RB
Cincinnati- Joe Mixon, RB
New Orleans- Curtis Samuel, RB
Philadelphia- Dalvin Tomlinson, DT
Buffalo –Duke Riley, LB
Arizona- Chris Goodwin, WR
Minnesota– Kareem Hunt, RB
Baltimore– Ethan Pocic, C
Indianapolis- Alex Anzalone, LB
Washington- Jaleel Johnson, DT
Tampa Bay- Justin Evans, S
Denver- Derrick Rivers, DE/OLB
Tennessee – Anthony Walker, ILB
Minnesota (From Miami) – Damontae Kazee, CB
New York Giants – Tanoh Kpassagnon, DE
Detroit Lions –Ahkello Weatherspoon, CB
Oakland Raiders – Josh Jones, S
Houston Texans – Tyler Orlowsky, OC/OG
Seattle – Montravius Adams, DT
Kansas City –Davis Webb, QB
Dallas – Demarcus Walker, DE
Green Bay– Marlon Mack, RB
Pittsburgh–Gerald Everett, TE
Atlanta – Larry Ogunjobi, DT
New England– Carlos Watkins, DT
Miami- Jordan Willis, DE
Carolina – D’onta Foreman, RB
Baltimore – Juju Smith-Schuster, WR
Tennessee (from LA Rams)- Marcus Maye, S
Denver – Amora Darboh, WR
Seattle - JJ Dielman, OG
New Orleans (from New England) – Adam Bisnowaty, OT
Kansas City- Kendall Beckwith, ILB
Pittsburgh – Howard Wilson, CB
Seattle – Taywan Taylor, WR
New York Jets – Ryan Anderson, DE/OLB



Round 4

Cleveland– Eddie Jackson, S
San Francisco –Will Holden, OT
Jacksonville- Nathan Pederman, QB
Chicago – Jake Butt, TE
LA Rams –Malachi Dupre, WR
LA Chargers – Brad Kaaya, QB
Washington – Wayne Gallman, RB
Carolina- Jordan Evans, LB
Cincinnati – Daeshean Hall, DE
Chicago – Ardarius Stewart, WR
New Orleans- Marquel Lee, LB
Philadelphia- Dawuane Smoot, DE
Arizona – Nazair Jones, DT
Indianapolis – Elijah Quails, DT
Minnesota –Vincent Taylor, DT
Baltimore – Eric Magnuson, OT
Washington – Josh Reynolds, WR
Tennessee – Jaylen Myrick, CB
Tampa Bay- George Kittle, TE
Denver- Adam Sheehan, TE
Detroit- Ryan Glasgow, DT
Minnesota- Blair Brown, LB
Oakland- Corn Elder, CB
Houston- Rayshawn Jenkins, S
New England- Trey Hendrickson, DE
Kansas City – Brian Hill, RB
Dallas- David Sharpe, OT
Green Bay- Kyle Fuller, OC/OG
Pittsburgh- Jeremy Mcnichols, RB
Atlanta – Carrol Phillips, DE/OLB
New England – Ryan Switzer, WR
Cincinnati – Zach Banner, OT
Philadelphia – Rasul Douglas, DB
New York Giants – Julien Davenport,OT
Los Angeles Rams – Nico Siragusa, OG
Cleveland – Eddie Vanderdoes, DT
San Francisco – Shaquill Griffin, CB
Indianapolis Colts – Joe Williams, RB


Round 5

Cleveland – Matthew Dayes, RB
San Francisco 49ers – Delano Hill, S
Chicago Bears- John Johnson, S
Jacksonville – Chad Wheeler, OT
Los Angeles Rams – Brian Allen, CB
New York Jets – Shelton Gibson, WR
LA Chargers – Nate Hairston, CB
Carolina – Stacey Coley, WR
Cincinnati – Kenny Golliday, WR
Philadelphia Eagles – Conor Mcdermott, OT
Buffalo – Cooper Kupp, WR
Washington – Chad Kelly, QB
Arizona – Xavier Woods, S
Baltimore – Jordan Leggett, TE
Minnesota- Montae Nicholson, S
Indianapolis- Jeremy Sprinkle, TE
Washington- Jessamen Dunker, OG
New England- Brandon Langley, CB
Tennessee – DJ Jones, DT
Tampa Bay – Jon Toth, OC
Detroit – Jamaal Williams, RB
Miami – Avery Gennessy, OL
New York Giants - Jaylen Reeves-Maybin, OLB
Oakland – James Connor, RB
Houston – Jarron Jones, DT
Seattle- (forfeited)
Kansas City – Davon Godchaux, DT
Buffalo - Jadar Johnson, S
Green Bay – Tanzel Smart, DT
Pittsburgh – Connor Harris, LB
Atlanta- Michael Roberts, TE
New England- Elijah Lee, LB
Cincinnati – Zane Gonzalez, K
Denver – Aviante Collins, OL
Miami – Tedric Thompson, S
Arizona – Danny Isidora, OG
Kansas City – Travin Dural, WR
Cleveland – Tanner Vallejo, LB
Green Bay- Chad Hansen, WR
New England - Matt Milano, LB
Miami – Marquez White, CB


Round 6

Cleveland – Jeremy Cutrer, CB
San Francisco- Noah Brown, WR
Jacksonville- Josh Harvey-Clemons, S
Houston- Jonnu Smith, TE
La Rams – Vince Biegel, DE/OLB
LA Chargers – Donnel Pumphrey, RB
New York Jets – Dan Skipper, OT
Carolina – Chuck Clark, S
Cincinnati – Ashton Lampkin, CB
New Orleans – Darrell Daniels, TE
Philadelphia Eagles – Jayon Brown, LB
Buffalo Bills – Chase Roullier, OG/OC
Arizona – Storm Norton, OT
Indianapolis – Robert Davis, WR
Baltimore – Ben Gideon, LB
Minnesota- KD Cannon, WR
Washington – Avery Moss, DE/OLB
Tampa Bay – Sojourn Shelton, CB
San Francisco – De’angelo Henderson, RB
Denver – Charles Walker, DT
Detroit – Josh Malone, WR
Miami – Quincy Ademboyego, WR
New York Giants – Elijah Mcguire, RB
Oakland – Levon Myers, OT
Washington- Sam Tevi, OT
Seattle – Jamal Carter, S
Kansas City – Jermaine Eluemunor, OG
Dallas – Isiah Ford, WR
Green Bay – Jack Tocho, DB
Pittsburgh – Deadrich Wise, DE
Atlanta - Corey Clement, RB
New England – Collin Buchanan, OT
Kansas City- Eric Saubert, TE
Cincinnati- Justin Senior, OT
Kansas City- Collin Bevins, DE


Round 7


San Francisco – Isiah Ford, WR
San Francisco – Cameron Tom, OC
Chicago- Jerod Evans, QB
Jacksonville- Josh Carraway, DE/OLB
Los Angeles Rams- Stevie Tu'iklolavatu, DT
New York Jets – Josh Tupou, DT
Los Angeles Chargers – Damien Mama, OG
Seattle – Jeremiah Ledbetter, DT
Cincinnati – Jordan Sterns, S
Dallas- Cole Hikutini, TE
New Orleans – Keionta Davis, DE
Philadelphia – Sean Harlow, OG
Arizona – Ezra Robinson, CB
Carolina- Billy Brown, TE
Minnesota – Keevan Lucas, WR
Baltimore- Joshua Dobbs, QB
Washington- Jay Guillermo, OC
Tennessee – Jalen Robinette, WR
Denver -Harvey Langi, LB
Detroit- James Onualwu, LB
Miami – Jeremy Clark, CB
New York Giants – Cooper Rush, QB
Oakland– Channing Stribling, CB
Houston – Ben Boulware, LB
Seattle – Devonte Fields, DE/OLB
Kansas City- Nate Gerry, S
Dallas – Deangelo Brown, DT
Green Bay- Isaac Rochell, DE
Pittsburgh- Damarius Travis, S
Atlanta – Kermit Whitfield, KR
New England- Tanner Gentry, WR
Cincinnati – Antonio Pipkin, QB
Denver- Aarion Penton, CB
Denver – Rudy Ford, S



SUMMARY

Cleveland – Myles Garret, DE, OJ Howard T TE, Budda Baker, S, Teez Tarbor, CB, Dede Westbrook, WR, Eddie Jackson, S, Eddie Vanderdoes, DT, Matthew Dayes, RB, Tanner Vallejo, LB, Jeremy Cutrer, CB

San Francisco- Mitch Trubisky, QB, Takkarist McKinley, DE/OLB , Zay Jones, WR, Will Holden, OT, Shaquill Griffin, CB, Delano Hill, S, Noah Brown, WR, DeAngelo Henderson, RB, Isiah Ford, WR, Cameron Tom, OC

Chicago – Jonathan Allen, DL, Gareon Conley, CB, Roderick Johnson, OT, Jake Butt, TE, Ardarius Stewart, WR, John Johnson, S, Jerod Evans, QB

Jacksonville – Leonard Fournette, RB, Evan Engram, TE, Isaac Asiata, OG, Nathan Pederman, QB, Chad Wheeler, OT, Josh Harvey-Clemons, S, Josh Carraway, DE/OLB

Tennessee –Marshon Lattimore, CB, John Ross, WR, Marcus Maye, S, Anthony Walker, LB, Jaylen Myrick, CB, DJ Jones, DT, Jalen Robinette, WR

New York Jets – Jamal Adams, S, Tre'Davious White, CB, Pat Elflein, OC, Ryan Anderson, OLB, Shelton Gibson, WR, Dan Skipper, OT, Josh Tupou, DT

La Chargers - Malik Hooker, S, Ryan Ramczyk, OT , Tyus Bowser, DE/OLB, Brad Kaaya, QB, Nate Hairston, CB, Donnel Pumphrey, RB, Damian Mama, OG

Carolina – Solomon Thomas, DE, Cam Robinson, OT, Quincy Wilson, DB, D’onta Foreman, RB, Jordan Evans, LB, Stacey Coley, WR, Chuck Clark, S, Billy Brown, TE

Cincinnati – Hassan Reddick, LB, Dan Feeney, OG, Joe Mixon, RB, Daeshean Hall, DE, Zach Banner, OT, Kenny Golliday, WR, Zane Gonzalez, K, Ashton Lamkpin, CB, Justin Senior, OT, Jordan Sterns, S, Antonio Pipkin, QB

Buffalo – Mike Williams, WR, Chidobe Awuize, CB, Duke Riley, LB, Cooper Kupp, WR, Jadar Johnson, S, Chase Roullier, OG/OC

New Orleans- Deshaun Watson, QB, Fabian Moreau, CB, Takkarist McKinley, DE/OLB, Curtis Samuel, RB, Adam Bisnowaty, OT, Marquel Lee, LB, Darrell Daniels, TE, Keionta Davis, DE

Philadelphia – Davin Cook, RB, Cordrea Tankersley, CB, Dalvin Tomlinson, DT, Dawuane Smoot, DE, Rasul Douglas, CB, Conor Mcdermott, OT, Jayon Brown, LB, Sean Harlow, OG

Arizona – Pat Mahomes, QB, Jourdan Lewis, CB, Chris Goodwin, WR, Nazair Jones, DL, Xavier Woods, S, Danny Isadora, OG, Storm Norton, OT, Ezra Robinson, CB

Minnesota – Dion Dawkins, OL, Kareem Hunt, RB, Damontee Kazee, CB, Vincent Taylor, DT, Blair Brown, LB, Montae Nicholson, S, KD Cannon, WR, Keevan Lewis, WR

Indianapolis – Derrick Barnett, DE/OLB, Desmond King, S, Alex Anzalone, LB, Elijah Quals, DT, Joe Williams, RB, Jeremy Sprinkle, TE, Robert Davis, WR

Baltimore- Marlon Humphrey, CB, Tim Williams, OLB, Ethan Pocic, OC, Juju Smith-Schuster, WR, Eric Magnuson, OT, Jordan Legget, TE, Ben Gideon, LB, Joshua Dobbs, QB

Washington – Reuben Foster, ILB, Chris Wormley, DL, Jaleel Johnson, DT, Wayne Gallman, RB, Josh Reynolds, WR, Chad Kelly, QB, Jessamen Dunker, OG, Avery Moss, DE/OLB, Sam Tevi, OT, Jay Guillermo, OC

LA Rams – Jabril Peppers, S, Malachi Dupree, WR, Bucky Hodges, TE, Nico Siragusa, OG, Brian Allen, CB, Vince Biegel, DE/OLB, Stevie Tu'iklolavatu, DT

Tampa Bay – Corey Davis, WR, Alvin Kamara, RB, Justin Evans, S, George Kittle, TE, Jon Toth, OC, Sojourn Shelton, CB

Denver – Christian Mccaffrey RB, Antonio Garcia, OT, Derrick Rivers, DE/OLB, Amara Durboh, WR, Adam Sheehan, TE, Aviante Collins, OL, Charles Walker, DT, Harvey Langi, LB, Aarion Penton, CB, Rudy Ford, S

Detroit- Taco Charlton, DE, Raekwon McMillan, LB, Ahkello Weatherspoon, CB, Ryan Glasgow, DT, Jamaal Williams, RB, Josh Malone, WRΈ James Onualwu, LB

Miami – Zach Cunningham, LB, Dorian Johnson, OG, Jordan Willis, DE, Avery Gennessy, OL, Tedric Thompson, S, Marquez White, CB, Quincy Ademboyego, WR, Jeremy Clark, CB

New York Giants –David Njoku, TE, Caleb Brantley, DT, Tanoh Kpassagnon, DE, Julien Davenport, OT, Jalen Reeves-Maybin, LB, Elijah Mcguire, RB, Cooper Rush, QB

Oakland – Jarrad Davis, LB, Malik Mcdowell, DT, Josh Jones, S, Corn Elder, CB, James Connor, RB, Levon Myers, OT, Channing Stribling, CB

Houston –Deshone Kizer, QB, Taylor Moton, OT, Tyler Orlowsy, OC/OG, Rayshawn Jenkins, S, Jarron Jones, DT, Jonnu Smith, TE, Ben Boulware, LB

Seattle – Garrett Boles, OT, Kevin King, CB, Montravious Adams, DT, JJ Dielman, OL, Taywan Taylor, WR, Jamal Carter, S, Jeremiah Ledbetter, DT, Devonte Fields, DE/OLB

Kansas City- Adoree Jackson, CB, Tarell Basham, DE/OLB, Davis Webb, QB, Kendall Beckwith, LB, Brian Hill, RB, Davon Godchaux, DT, Travin Dural, WR, Jermaine Eluemunor, OG, Eric Saubert, TE, Collin Bevins, DE, Nate Gerry, S

Dallas – Obi Melifonwu, S, Cameron Sutton, CB, Demarcus Walker, DE, David Sharpe, OT, Isiah Ford, WR, Cole Hikutini, TE, Deangelo Brown, DT

Green Bay- Fabian Moreau, CB, TJ Watt, OLB, Marlon Mack, RB, Kyle Fuller, OG/OC, Tanzel Smart, DT, Chad Hansen, WR, Jack Tocho, DB, Isaac Rochell, DE

Pittsburgh –Carl Lawson, OLB, Carlos Henderson, WR, Gerald Everett, TE, Howard Wilson, CB, Jeremy Mcnichols, RB, Connor Harris, LB, Deadrich Wise, DE, Damarius Travis, S

Atlanta – Forrest Lamp, OG, Marcus Williams, S, Larry Ogunjobi, DT, Carrol Phillips, DE/OLB, Michael Roberts, TE, Corey Clement, RB, Kermit Whitfield, KR

New England- Samaje Perrine, RB, Carlos Watkins, DT, Trey Hendrickson, DE, Ryan Switzer, WR, Brandon Langley, CB, Elijah Lee, LB, Matt Milano, LB, Collin Buchanan, OT, Tanner Gentry, WR


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 14, 2017 11:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Obi Melifonwu, S, Cameron Sutton, CB, Demarcus Walker, DE, David Sharpe, OT, Isiah Ford, WR, Cole Hikutini, TE, Deangelo Brown, DT

Love all theses picks for Dallas. Love OBi as well, though I am not sure I love him at 28.

Damn good job overall Applause
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1. McCaffrey yes
2. Garcia (Think I'd rather have Moton but we do need a LT)
3. Give me Witherspoon here or Tanoh
3. Beckwith please
4. Shaheen yes
5. Chad Hansen
6. Walker is good
7. Rochell, the other two are good
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Kansas City- Adoree Jackson, CB, Tarell Basham, DE/OLB, Davis Webb, QB, Kendall Beckwith, LB, Brian Hill, RB, Davon Godchaux, DT, Travin Dural, WR, Jermaine Eluemunor, OG, Eric Saubert, TE, Collin Bevins, DE, Nate Gerry, S

A CB in round 1 is fine, but not Jackson. On this board, go OL - Ramczik or Robinson.
Basham is so-so at #59. In the vein, Watt is better. This is where you should draft the CB, Quincy Wilson.
I don't like Webb in the first 100, but he's not outright bad. Beckwith is a decent idea too late. If you want an ILB make it an impact player. This isn't even good value. Instead, Demarcus Walker is a no-brainer, then Ka'aya or Pederman.
Hill is your best pick. Godchaux would be loooong gone by that point.

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onejayhawk wrote:
Kansas City- Adoree Jackson, CB, Tarell Basham, DE/OLB, Davis Webb, QB, Kendall Beckwith, LB, Brian Hill, RB, Davon Godchaux, DT, Travin Dural, WR, Jermaine Eluemunor, OG, Eric Saubert, TE, Collin Bevins, DE, Nate Gerry, S

A CB in round 1 is fine, but not Jackson. On this board, go OL - Ramczik or Robinson.
Basham is so-so at #59. In the vein, Watt is better. This is where you should draft the CB, Quincy Wilson.
I don't like Webb in the first 100, but he's not outright bad. Beckwith is a decent idea too late. If you want an ILB make it an impact player. This isn't even good value. Instead, Demarcus Walker is a no-brainer, then Ka'aya or Pederman.
Hill is your best pick. Godchaux would be loooong gone by that point.

J


Thanks. The Chiefs were a hard team to draft for. They don't seem to have many glaring needs, so its hard to know which direction they'll go... I see if I can focus more on BPA when I edit.
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Cleveland:
Myles Garret, DE-Obvious pick.

OJ Howard TE- I like it. Not my favorite pick (Mahomes fan boy here), but he is a nice pick up.

Budda Baker S- Obvious pick again. Good.

Teez Tarbor CB- I don't think he lasts here, but I will take it!

Dede Westbrook WR- I get WR here, but didn't Westbrook have off the field issues? The Browns tend to stay away from that type of thing. Zay Jones, Curtis Samuel, or Chris Goodwin there please.

Eddie Jackson S- Solid pick. Just needs to stay healthy and add some weight.

Eddie Vanderdoes DT- I like Vanderdoes a lot, so this is nice. Has a chance to start next to Shelton right away.

Everyone else I'm not familiar with, but the positions makes sense except for the RB. I could see them drafting QB there. I know they like Joshua Dobbs, so that could be the pick instead.

Overall I would be pretty happy. B+-A-. Good job.
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Meh. I know a lot of Bengals fans like Reddick, but he's never played LB in college. They tend to take guys in 1 who produced at the position. With Andre Smith back, supposedly to play RG, I'm not sure they take a guard that early. Good player though and I'd be ok if they did. I'd rather pass on Mixon myself, and I don't see them waiting until 4 for a DE.

Like the Gonzalez pick a lot.
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Marky wrote:


Dede Westbrook WR- I get WR here, but didn't Westbrook have off the field issues? The Browns tend to stay away from that type of thing. Zay Jones, Curtis Samuel, or Chris Goodwin there please.

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Thanks! I remember reading that the Browns met privately with Westbrook, but just doing a quick search and Tony Pauline has mentioned that teams are really low on him because of character concerns. So he definitely won't be going that high, and I guess prob not going to be drafted by the Browns given their strategy...
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Jason_Bengal_Fl wrote:
Meh. I know a lot of Bengals fans like Reddick, but he's never played LB in college. They tend to take guys in 1 who produced at the position. With Andre Smith back, supposedly to play RG, I'm not sure they take a guard that early. Good player though and I'd be ok if they did. I'd rather pass on Mixon myself, and I don't see them waiting until 4 for a DE.

Like the Gonzalez pick a lot.


Agreed. Personally that is too early for Reddick. If we go LB there, it should be Foster.
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Titans only have the Rams 3rd round comp. pick.

I like the Lattimorebpick but would prefer Davis over Ross. Walker is a very good pick but Eddie Jackson with the Rams comp. pick would be better. Get the TE in the 4th with Jordan Leggett. The rest is solid.
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Terrible 1st pick for Philly. We have too many holes on defense, specifically at CB where our #1 CB is a 7th round pick who got burnt all throughout his rookie year.

Marlon Humphrey and Derek Barnett would both be better picks there.
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Wouldn't complain about that Vikings draft. I do think they won't draft as many WR's even drafting them late.
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Worst case first round for NYG i think, but would definitely take Njoku with that board.

1. Njoku - TE
2. McDowell - DT
3. Kpassagnon - DE
4. Davenport - OT
5. Cooper Kupp - WR
6. Charles Walker/Justin Senior - DT/OT
7. Joshua Dobbs - QB
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Indianapolis –
Derrick Barnett, DE/OLB,
Desmond King, S
Alex Anzalone, LB,
Elijah Quals, DT,
Joe Williams, RB,
Jeremy Sprinkle, TE,
Robert Davis, WR


Love it. Good job. Only thing I'd change is drafting a pure corner at some point. Behind Vontae Davis we have nothing.
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Completely nailed it for the Raiders. Great job on the seven rounder, must have been a ton of work.

Can't complain about a single pick. Bravo.
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