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    https://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2018/4/...justin-herbert

  • #2
    It's crap... we'll be drafting #32!

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    • #3
      What took you so long?
      Forget it Donny you're out of your element

      Shut the fuck up Donny

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      • #4
        Looks like we lost to a wild card team on the first weekend of the playoffs.
        Making the push

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      • #5
        A trio of interior pass rushers.... nice. And about 10 OTs in the top 1000.

        2019 NFL Draft: Here's a super-early look at the top 100 prospects

        The 2019 draft class is headlined by a variety of elite defensive line prospects and running backs




        The 2019 NFL Draft class is to defensive linemen as the 2018 draft class was to quarterbacks.
        Next year's crop of prospects features a variety of defensive ends and especially defensive tackles who are already household names are and primed for gigantic seasons at the college ranks.
        If eligible, Ohio State's Nick Bosa likely would've been a first-round pick in the 2018 draft, and he's building a resume in Columbus that has a good chance to be more impressive than his older brother's, and Joey went No. 3 overall in the 2016 draft. Not far behind him is an outstanding trio of mostly interior rushers; Houston's Ed Oliver, Michigan's Rashan Gary, and Clemson's Dexter Lawrence, all of whom were major recruits and have lived up to the billing thus far in their collegiate careers.
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        As for quarterbacks, it won't be as hyped as the 2018 collection, but NC State's Ryan Finley had a highly efficient campaign in 2017, Missouri's Drew Lock has a cannon for an arm, and Oregon's Justin Herbert ran his club's up-tempo spread very well before suffering an injury last season.
        Running back looks deep -- again. That position is led by Iowa State's David Montgomery, Oklahoma State's springy air back Justice Hill, and two supremely productive "veterans"... Stanford's Bryce Love and Alabama's Damien Harris.
        The wide receiver, linebacker, and offensive tackle groups are solid too.















        Making the push

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        • #6
          Well being a Duck fan that would be awesome if we could get Hebert.

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          • #7
            I start hyperventillating @ Senior Bowl.

            See you then !

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            • #8
              I think OL,DT and CB are good chances at this point. Verrett wont be back. Perryman is a UFA so maybe LB. You can always find good MLB value in the mid rounds though. Id love a savage interior player. Philon and Mebane are UFA. So is Square.

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              • #9
                Originally posted by TPB View Post
                I think OL,DT and CB are good chances at this point. Verrett wont be back. Perryman is a UFA so maybe LB. You can always find good MLB value in the mid rounds though. Id love a savage interior player. Philon and Mebane are UFA. So is Square.
                We sure do have a lot of fireplug DTs. I want a dynamic 3Tech first, then an OT. Alright I am turning into a Trencher. I would trade up for Ed Oliver if that were humanly possible.

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                • #10
                  Originally posted by wu-dai clan View Post

                  We sure do have a lot of fireplug DTs. I want a dynamic 3Tech first, then an OT. Alright I am turning into a Trencher. I would trade up for Ed Oliver if that were humanly possible.
                  Yea i think Jones is slated in that 2 gap role for us. Mebane will teach him this year. He takes over next year. BJ Hill would have been a nice compliment to Jones and familiar. I wanted him this year.

                  I think a 3T is a smart move in round 1. Ive never been a huge fan of 2 gap DTs in the first round. Even when they get the Ngata comparisons. I wasnt really feeling the Vea bandwagon this year either. Nor Danny Shelton a couple years prior. Guys that a lot of members were interested in here.

                  Would love Oliver.

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                  • #11
                    Originally posted by TPB View Post

                    Yea i think Jones is slated in that 2 gap role for us. Mebane will teach him this year. He takes over next year. BJ Hill would have been a nice compliment to Jones and familiar. I wanted him this year.

                    I think a 3T is a smart move in round 1. Ive never been a huge fan of 2 gap DTs in the first round. Even when they get the Ngata comparisons. I wasnt really feeling the Vea bandwagon this year either. Nor Danny Shelton a couple years prior. Guys that a lot of members were interested in here.

                    Would love Oliver.
                    Lockstep.
                    Ditto.

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                    • #12
                      Pass rushing DT if available (and they're rare) and an OT with LT length and feet. I don't believe the traditional RT fits in today's game with the emphasis on pass rush from that side of the line.

                      Games are won and lost at the LOS.
                      Making the push

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                      • #13
                        2019 NFL Mock Draft: Raiders find Khalil Mack's replacement, Browns add WR after Josh Gordon trade

                        Jon Gruden has complained about the lack of pass rush so it makes sense that the Raiders would draft a pass rusher




                        We're two weeks into the NFL season and 2019 draft storylines are starting to take shape. The Bills are making their case for the league's worst team, Eli Manning continues look every bit the 37-year-old quarterback he is, and, in a development no one could have predicted, the Raiders are suddenly unable to generate a pass rush after shipping Khalil Mack out of town.
                        In our second mock draft of the season, Oakland finds its next pass rusher (two of them, in fact), the Giants land a quarterback, and the Browns prepare for life without Josh Gordon.
                        More on the NFLBecause you're wondering, we've ordered the picks based on each team's records this season then sorted by how they finished in 2017. It's why the Buccaneers (2-0 this season but 5-11 last season), for example, pick before the Rams (2-0 this season but 11-5 last season).
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                        1. New York Giants

                        Drew Lock, QB, Missouri. We can make all the excuses we want about the offensive line but the reality is that the Giants need to move on from Eli Manning. At 37, he is who he is, which at this stage of the proceedings is a quarterback who is perpetually panicked in the pocket -- even when he has time -- and it's affecting the rest of the offense.



                        2. Houston Texans

                        Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss. Deshaun Watson has been sacked seven times in two games. Coming into the season, the offensive line was the biggest unknown and the unit has struggled -- along with just about everybody else. The Texans were our favorites to win the division and through two weeks they're alone in last place in the AFC South.

                        3. Oakland Raiders

                        Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio State. The Raiders are 0-2 and after each loss, new (old) coach Jon Gruden made his way to the podium to announce to the media that Oakland needs a pass rush. Of course, they had one of the best pass rushers on the planet a month ago but decided Khalil Mack wasn't worth the money. So now the Raiders will have to wait until the offseason to bolster the defensive line.

                        4. Arizona Cardinals

                        Ed Oliver, DT, Houston. When you lose your first two games 24-6 and 34-0, you're desperate for help everywhere. The Cardinals have their franchise quarterback in Josh Rosen so why not start rebuilding the defense with arguably the draft's best player.

                        5. Detroit Lions

                        Dre'Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State. New coach Matt Patricia is a defensive guy and as a member of the Bill Belichick coaching tree he was brought to Detroit to make this team, which finished 9-7 last season, into consistent winners. In two games, the Lions have given up 78 points and 359 rushing yards. They're also winless. Jones is a hybrid pass-rushing specialist who fills an obvious need.



                        6. Buffalo Bills

                        Jonah Williams, LT, Alabama. We suspect the Bills will slowly creep up the draft board as the losses pile up. One of the ancillary benefits to being one of NFL's worst teams is that you can have your pick of the litter come draft day. And for the Bills, who have needs up and down the roster, protecting 2018 first-round pick Josh Allen will be key to avoiding drafting early again in 2020.

                        7. Oakland Raiders (via Bears)

                        Brian Burns, DE, Florida State. In case you haven't heard, the pass rush is a huge concern for Jon Gruden. And since you can't replace Mack with just one player, the Raiders take two in first seven picks.

                        8. Cleveland Browns

                        N'Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State. With Josh Gordon officially done in Cleveland, the Browns add Harry, a big-play downfield threat who would nicely complement Jarvis Landry, Antonio Callaway and David Njoku.

                        9. Pittsburgh Steelers

                        Devin White, LB, LSU. The Steelers haven't drafted this high since 2000, when they used the No. 8 pick on Plaxico Burress. Four years later, they grabbed Ben Roethlisberger with the No. 11 pick. This time around, they grab one of the draft's most athletic players and fill a need in the middle of the defense.



                        10. Seattle Seahawks

                        Rashan Gary, DL, Michigan. The Seahawks have needs on both sides of the ball, including along the offensive line where Russell Wilson is perpetually running for his life, but the team chooses to bolster the interior defensive line with this pick.

                        11. Indianapolis Colts

                        Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson. Margus Hunt has been a pleasant surprise but Ferrell can be a game-changer along a defensive line that is need of depth.

                        12. New York Jets

                        Trey Adams, OT, Washington. Just like Josh Allen in Buffalo, the Jets want to protect their franchise quarterback, Sam Darnold, with a cornerstone of the offensive line.

                        13. San Francisco 49ers

                        A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss. Tight end George Kittle leads the teams in receptions through two games (seven for 112 yards) and is second on the team in yards per reception (16.0). First on the list? Fullback Kyle Juszczyk (four catches, 69 yards, 17.3 YPC). Put another way: Give Jimmy Garppolo a deep threat.



                        14. Washington Redskins

                        Anthony Johnson, WR, Buffalo. The run on wide receivers continues; Alex Smith has leaned heavily on his running backs and tight ends to start the season. Chris Thompson leads the team with 19 receptions through the first two games, Jordan Reed is second with 10. For an idea of just how bad it is, Adrian Peterson is fourth.

                        15. Dallas Cowboys

                        Noah Fant, TE, Iowa. Fant has just 12 catches for 112 yards and two scores through three games this season but he hauled in 11 touchdown passes as a sophomore in 2017. With Jason Witten now in the broadcast booth, Dak Prescott could use a reliable middle-of-the-field target.

                        16. Los Angeles Chargers

                        Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon. Adding help along the defensive line makes sense here but after passing on a quarterback last year, the Chargers take one in 2019. This assumes, of course, that Philip Rivers won't play forever.

                        17. Tennessee Titans

                        Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson. The Titans have struggled to keep their offensive line healthy, and the same holds for tight end, but adding a run-stuffer in the middle of this defense could also be an option. Which brings us to the 350-pound Lawrence, who has flashed some pass-rushing skills too.



                        18. Baltimore Ravens

                        Montez Sweat, DE, Mississippi State. Same pick as last week. The Ravens got production out of their new receivers in the first two weeks so perhaps they've finally cracked that riddle. If so, they can focus on other needs here, like replacing 35-year-old Terrell Suggs even though he's playing like he's 10 years younger.

                        19. Atlanta Falcons

                        Beau Benzschawel, OG, Wisconsin. Interior linemen Andy Levitre and Brandon Fusco are in their 30s and Benzschawel infuses some youth into the offensive line.

                        20. Green Bay Packers (via Saints)

                        Zach Allen, DE, Boston College. For as young and athletic as the Packers are in the secondary, Clay Matthews is 32 years old and hasn't registered a double-digit sack total since 2014.

                        21. Carolina Panthers

                        Joe Jackson, DE, Miami. Julius Peppers is 38 and Mario Addison is 31. And while Peppers could play another decade, the Panthers take Allen as insurance that he might not.



                        22. Philadelphia Eagles

                        Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina. Heading into Week 3, the Eagles are incredibly thin at wide receiver. Samuel is one of the most sure-handed wideouts in college football.

                        23. New England Patriots

                        Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia. Getting torched regularly by Blake Bortles only reaffirmed what we saw in Super Bowl LII: Eric Rowe isn't the long-term answer at cornerback.

                        24. Green Bay Packers

                        David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State. The Packers could also look to beef up the offensive line but Montgomery would give Aaron Rodgers something he hasn't had in a while: a proper running back who is also a threat catching passes coming out of the backfield.

                        25. Minnesota Vikings

                        Mitch Hyatt, OT, Clemson. The Vikings battled through injuries along the offensive line during preseason and they'll continue to protect $85 million man Kirk Cousins by adding one of the most fundamentally sound blockers in the draft.



                        26. Denver Broncos

                        Greedy Williams, CB, LSU. The Broncos parted ways with Aqib Talib in the offseason and Williams, who could end up being a top-10 pick by next spring, is too good to pass up here.

                        27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

                        Jeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi State. Last season, the Bucs' defensive line ranked 20th against the run and was dead last in pass rushing, according to Football Outsiders' metrics. Simmons would fill an obvious need.

                        28. Miami Dolphins

                        Ryan Finley, QB, NC State. Ryan Tannehill if completely healthy and has looked sharp through the first two weeks of the season. He's completing 72.5 percent of his throws and has a passer rating of 104.9. But are we convinced he can consistently run Adam Gase's offense? Because if not, the Dolphins could target a quarterback.

                        29. Cincinnati Bengals

                        Tyler Petite, TE, USC. It's unclear if Tyler Eifert will ever return to form and with the Bengals' offensive line coming together, the team can focus on surrounding Andy Dalton with down-the-field playmakers.



                        30. Jacksonville Jaguars

                        Dalton Risner, OT, Kansas State. Jacksonville lost left tackle Cam Robinson to an ACL injury on Sunday and with Blake Bortles playing the best football of his career, it's imperative to keep him upright.

                        31. Kansas City Chiefs

                        Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State. It's conceivable that Patrick Mahomes puts up 40 points every week, but on the off chance he doesn't, the Chiefs desperately need to fix their defense.

                        32. Los Angeles Rams

                        Josh Allen, OLB, Kentucky. The Rams have very few needs, but pass rusher is one of them and Allen fits the bill.

















                        Making the push

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                        • #14
                          Right now, I'd be looking at Hyatt.

                          Scouting Report: Mitch Hyatt, OT, Clemson

                          January 12, 2018 Joe Everett 0 Comments Clemson, Mitch Hyatt, Offensive Tackle
                          Suwanee, GA | 6052 | 295 | 4.98E | 2019
                          A bit of a Clemson legacy, Hyattís uncle (Dan Benish) played defensive tackle and won a championship in 1981 for the Tigers. Mitch has been a starter at left tackle since his true freshman season, protecting DeShaun Watsonís blind side, playing in two national championship games and his current games started streak is at 29 and counting. Hyatt is highly athletic and excels in pass protection with his fundamental kick slide and the great bend he shows when engaging pass rushers. Hyatt has impressive speed for his size and although he possesses adequate length and height, he could use to add roughly ten pounds to his frame to hold up against the bull rushes he will see at the next level. He is more of a finesse blocker that out-positions his man as opposed to driving him out of a play but he is very efficient in space when seeking out secondary defenders. Mitch Hyatt profiles as a left tackle for a zone blocking team thanks to his ability as a pass protector and his exceptional athleticism.
                          Making the push

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                          • #15
                            Originally posted by TPB View Post

                            Yea i think Jones is slated in that 2 gap role for us. Mebane will teach him this year. He takes over next year. BJ Hill would have been a nice compliment to Jones and familiar. I wanted him this year.

                            I think a 3T is a smart move in round 1. Ive never been a huge fan of 2 gap DTs in the first round. Even when they get the Ngata comparisons. I wasnt really feeling the Vea bandwagon this year either. Nor Danny Shelton a couple years prior. Guys that a lot of members were interested in here.

                            Would love Oliver.
                            Mo Hurst was my guy round 1 this past draft. I didnít think Derwin would fall to us. Also like Taven a lot and his burst length.

                            A quick step, burst to pressure/disrupter, length, leverage, and motor for a pure savage at the 3tech is what we need. Iím excited to see Liuget perform now that he seems healthy. OT/DT look deep this year...hope it pans out that way. I wonít be upset doubling down on OT early and mid/late rounders. CB with length & speed and a pure FS with range, ballhawk skills, and solid tackling. WR at some point that has speed and RAC skills to replace Benjamin and maybe TyWill.

                            This section will no doubt pick up greatly after a SB win and the Senior Bowl in February.

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                            • #16
                              Originally posted by like54ninjas View Post

                              Mo Hurst was my guy round 1 this past draft. I didnít think Derwin would fall to us. Also like Taven a lot and his burst length.

                              A quick step, burst to pressure/disrupter, length, leverage, and motor for a pure savage at the 3tech is what we need. Iím excited to see Liuget perform now that he seems healthy. OT/DT look deep this year...hope it pans out that way. I wonít be upset doubling down on OT early and mid/late rounders. CB with length & speed and a pure FS with range, ballhawk skills, and solid tackling. WR at some point that has speed and RAC skills to replace Benjamin and maybe TyWill.

                              This section will no doubt pick up greatly after a SB win and the Senior Bowl in February.
                              Good points. It may also make sense for us to just post draft related stuff on the man forum. Lets see how busy we get. We still have a lot of members here who wont venture outside of the main forum. lol Its crazy.

                              The draft threads i move to the main forum always get way more action after i move them there.

                              We will do a forum mock. Ill even bring in fans from other teams if i have to. I own another forum with all fans.

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