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  1. I think the Cincy guy said to pick for him. Let me find the post. Round 2 33. Jacksonville - jshare87 - Matt Elam, SS - Florida. Barkevious Mingo, DE - LSU 34. Kansas City - Andy D - Matt Barkley, QB - Southern California Chance Warmack, OG - Alabama 35. Philadelphia - Slider - Larry Warford, OG - Kentucky. Eric Fisher, OT - Central Michigan 36. Detroit - Tem ramrod - Giovani Bernard, RB - North Carolina Luke Joeckel, OT - Texas A&M 37. Cincinnati (from Oakland) - yellowdog - Arthur Brown - LB - Kansas State Eddie Lacy, RB - Alabama 38. Arizona - ebaughn - Menelik Watson, OT
  2. Nice pick. Was debating between Hopkins/Williams. I think they're both very nice value at this point and I like them as much as the 1st round guys.
  3. Well, this was not as easy as I thought it would be. Redskins could use a RT, a safety or 2 and a big time WR. The premier OT and Safeties are gone, so they reunite RG3 with his deep threat from Baylor. 1st round talent slips to - 51. Washington - Terrance Williams, WR Baylor
  4. I'll pick for Washington since they had no 1st and Saints don't have a 2nd...
  5. Matt Barkley value > Alex Smith value. Seems like the Chiefs overpaid by about a round or so. Although, QB trades usually involve a fleecing.I think Nassib is unimpressive, and I don't get the hype. There are better QBs than him that still haven't been drafted. Still a ton of value left at WR. Eifert is a nice fit for TB.
  6. Supply/demand. Comparing across classes doesn't matter. Randy Moss went 21 overall too.Many of the teams that pick late in 1st round could use an upgrade at RB. I think 2 will go in the 1st.
  7. Kenny Vaccaro, the top safety, just finished 4.59 & 4.63.
  8. 4.31, running 2nd 40 right now...4.38 2nd run. Probably a late first early 2nd rounder. Some nice CBs in this class.
  9. I take it you didn't hear the commentary? Either way, no reason to be a #### about it.
  10. :Drudge Siren:Saints are looking to trade up and get in here. Don't have a 2nd, but some combo of a 3rd, 4th, and 5th are up for trade.
  11. That was a pretty cool post workout speech right there.
  12. His ceiling is that he could be the best of all time? There will never be another Deion, except maybe Leon Sandcastle. Maybe I am overrating his potential, but yeah I think he can become the top CB in the league if he fulfills his potential. Anyway, I feel like you guys don't agree with me so let's talk about some other guys instead.Despite the 4 bench reps, Tyrann Mathieu is having a very nice combine. 4.43 40, looks good in drills, and Deion gave him a thumbs up for character based on his interview.
  13. Not saying elite is his floor, but that he is unlikely to bust and that is key. His floor is probably a decent corner who starts for 4-5 years. His ceiling is Deion. He played thru the shoulder injury this season. Showed his toughness. The only real question about him was his speed and he just shut the door on that bigtime.
  14. Nobody is a lock to be a shutdown CB, they're rare in the NFL.He's not a lock, but he's almost assuredly going to be an elite corner. His floor is pretty high as well. I think having a great corner is becoming more important in today's passing heavy league. I think he is just as worthy of the #1 pick as anyone.Know who else was 6'1" and 198? Deion Sanders.
  15. Dee Milliner could go #1 and it wouldn't be a bad pick. He's basically a lock to be a shutdown corner.
  16. I like Vaccaro as well. Rams having 2 picks in top 22 allows BPA there. Nice job.
  17. The Saints are coming off a historically bad defensive season. They fired Spagnuolo and hired Rob Ryan. They are switching to a 3-4. They need pass rushers, a NT, and a CB for starters. Mainly they need talent on that side of the ball.Ansah gives them an elite athlete to plug in at OLB and get pressure on the QB. He is a bit raw, but very talented and dominated the senior bowl and combine both. He might not be available at this pick come draft time.
  18. Round 1 1. Kansas City - Andy D - Chance Warmack, OG - Alabama 2. Jacksonville -jshare87 - Barkevious Mingo, DE - LSU 3. Oakland - krsone21 - Sharrif Floyd, DT - Florida 4. Philadelphia - Slider - Eric Fisher, OT - Central Michigan 5. Detroit - Tem ramrod - Luke Joeckel, OT - Texas A&M 6. Cleveland - Bracie Smathers - Jarvis Jones, LB - Georgia 7 Arizona - ebaughn -Geno Smith, QB - West Virginia 8 Buffalo - Donsmith753 - Cordarrelle Patterson, WR - Tennessee 9 NY Jets - Hell Toupee - Dion Jordan, DE/OLB - Oregon 10 Tennessee - FUBAR - Dee Milliner, CB - Alabama 11 San Diego – Ray Finkle
  19. Round 1 1. Kansas City - Andy D - Chance Warmack, OG - Alabama 2. Jacksonville -jshare87 - Barkevious Mingo, DE - LSU 3. Oakland - krsone21 - Sharrif Floyd, DT - Florida 4. Philadelphia - Slider - Eric Fisher, OT - Central Michigan 5. Detroit - Tem ramrod - Luke Joeckel, OT - Texas A&M 6. Cleveland - Bracie Smathers - Jarvis Jones, LB - Georgia 7 Arizona - ebaughn -Geno Smith, QB - West Virginia 8 Buffalo - Donsmith753 - Cordarrelle Patterson, WR - Tennessee 9 NY Jets - Hell Toupee - Dion Jordan, DE/OLB - Oregon 10 Tennessee - FUBAR - Dee Milliner, CB - Alabama 11 San Diego – Ray Finkle
  20. I'm just going by the fact that most experts seem to think there's not a ton of difference between Joeckel and Fisher, yet in every mock I've read, both Milliner and Fisher have been available and the Lions have gone with Milliner, with most calling it a no-brainer. I'm no Lions homer, so I defer here, just seems to me that most think CB is a far greater need than LT, so if that IS the case, they'd have to think Joeckel is a far better prospect than Fisher to take him here with Milliner still on the board.Fisher had a great combine, so perhaps they will view him and Joeckel ahead of Milliner
  21. I agree with bracie that updating the draft board and explaining the pick would be awesome.
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