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  • #13
    Raiders didn't do so hot...long live Chuckie and Mikey!

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    • #14
      Originally posted by like54ninjas View Post

      We may have got a DUDE in UDFA - Jared Goldwire to compete for/fill this role
      6-6 and 305#...that's some serious beef for our D-line, and I like that he's a good run-stuffer...

      goldwire 2.JPG

      https://www.nfldraftbuzz.com/Player/...-DL-Louisville
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      • #15
        Originally posted by Topcat View Post

        6-6 and 305#...that's some serious beef for our D-line, and I like that he's a good run-stuffer...

        goldwire 2.JPG

        https://www.nfldraftbuzz.com/Player/...-DL-Louisville
        Huge improvement in 2020 vs 18 & 19.
        Leaner, quicker, found his consistent motor, violent hands.
        Needs more good mass/muscle development to increase power & anchor and technique work with hands/leverage/passrush arsenal.
        #13) P. Sewell (OT) UO/C. Farley (CB) VT
        #47) J. Tryon (EDGE) UW/W. Little (OT) STAN
        #77) Ifeatu Melifonwu (CB) SU/P. Turner (EDGE) UH
        #97) Bobby Brown (IDL) TAMU/A. Cisco (DB) SU
        #118) S. Hutcherson (IOL) SC/T. Doyle (OT) MOH
        #159) K. Yeboah (TE) UMS/ M. Wilson (DB) UFL
        #185) D.Deablo (DB/DLB) VT/D. Hamlin (DB) PITT
        #198) Gerrid Doaks (RB) UC/J. Kaindoh (EDGE/DL) FSU
        #241) B.Stephens (DB) SMU/M. Strachan (WR/TE) CWV

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        • #16
          Originally posted by Xenos View Post
          Here’s our grades from another place. We did really well and were ranked third overall:
          Draft 2021 grades.jpg
          Look at that. The same teams on the top (CHI) and bottom (HOU) that I mentioned in a post in a different thread yesterday. Maybe I am not completely crazy after all.

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          • #17
            Originally posted by like54ninjas View Post

            Huge improvement in 2020 vs 18 & 19.
            Leaner, quicker, found his consistent motor, violent hands.
            Needs more good mass/muscle development to increase power & anchor and technique work with hands/leverage/passrush arsenal.
            Do you think he can play as a 3-4 DE if we are using such players in Staley's scheme? He has length and is not completely slow for a DL player.

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            • #18
              Originally posted by chaincrusher View Post

              Do you think he can play as a 3-4 DE if we are using such players in Staley's scheme? He has length and is not completely slow for a DL player.
              I think his ideal base position is a 5T/4I but could play anywhere from T2T.
              #13) P. Sewell (OT) UO/C. Farley (CB) VT
              #47) J. Tryon (EDGE) UW/W. Little (OT) STAN
              #77) Ifeatu Melifonwu (CB) SU/P. Turner (EDGE) UH
              #97) Bobby Brown (IDL) TAMU/A. Cisco (DB) SU
              #118) S. Hutcherson (IOL) SC/T. Doyle (OT) MOH
              #159) K. Yeboah (TE) UMS/ M. Wilson (DB) UFL
              #185) D.Deablo (DB/DLB) VT/D. Hamlin (DB) PITT
              #198) Gerrid Doaks (RB) UC/J. Kaindoh (EDGE/DL) FSU
              #241) B.Stephens (DB) SMU/M. Strachan (WR/TE) CWV

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              • #19
                Originally posted by Topcat View Post
                Raiders didn't do so hot...long live Chuckie and Mikey!
                https://www.silverandblackpride.com/...ex-leatherwood

                Looks like Mikey needs to stick with fantasy football analysis.

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                • #20
                  Originally posted by Topcat View Post
                  Raiders didn't do so hot...long live Chuckie and Mikey!
                  Chuckie might want to hit the eject button if Rodgers goes to denver. Would you want Mahomes, Rodgers, and Herbert in your divsion?

                  Superbowl Bound! Yeah Baby!

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                  • #21
                    Article from The Athletic

                    Ranking NFL NFL Draft classes from 1 to 32: Eagles, Browns, Lions and Bears top Dane Brugler’s list

                    Dane Brugler


                    5. Los Angeles Chargers
                    1 13 Rashawn Slater, OT, Northwestern
                    2 47 Asante Samuel Jr., CB, Florida State
                    3 77 Josh Palmer, WR, Tennessee
                    3 97 Tre' McKitty, TE, Georgia
                    4 118 Chris Rumph II, LB, Duke
                    5 159 Brenden Jaimes, OT, Nebraska
                    6 185 Nick Niemann, LB, Iowa
                    6 198 Larry Rountree III, RB, Missouri
                    7 241 Mark Webb, CB/S, Georgia
                    Favorite pick: Rashawn Slater, OT, Northwestern
                    Call it luck or call it smart process, the Chargers could have been pressured to trade up for the quarterback last year or the left tackle this year. But they stayed put both years and landed Justin Herbert and Slater. Regardless, job well done by Tom Telesco and his staff.

                    Day 3 pick who could surprise: Brenden Jaimes, OT, Nebraska
                    I loved what the Chargers did on Day 3, especially with Rumph and Niemann. But the value of Jaimes (pronounced HYME-iss) outside the top-150 picks was outstanding. Nebraska has a vast history of producing offensive lineman, but none started more consecutive games than Jaimes, who should at-worst be a rock-solid swing tackle. With Slater and Jaimes, the Chargers remade the tackle depth chart in one draft.

                    Anyone who’s participated in a fantasy draft knows that special feeling you get when a player you love surprisingly falls in your lap. The NFL version of that is what happened with GM Tom Telesco in the first and second rounds.

                    It was no secret that the Chargers needed a left tackle entering draft weekend. They were able to stay put and take Northwestern’s Rashawn Slater at 13. Then in the second round, they were able to grab playmaking corner Asante Samuel Jr., who should be a perfect fit for Brandon Staley’s zone-heavy scheme.

                    This is a talented roster without a lot of holes. If Justin Herbert makes a second-year leap, look out. The Chargers could become a trendy Super Bowl pick by the time September rolls around.

                    Grade: B+

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                    • #22
                      Originally posted by Topcat View Post

                      6-6 and 305#...that's some serious beef for our D-line, and I like that he's a good run-stuffer...

                      goldwire 2.JPG

                      https://www.nfldraftbuzz.com/Player/...-DL-Louisville
                      I like the height.
                      Now, if you excuse me, I have some Charger memories to suppress.

                      PROTECT THE FRANCHISE !

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                      • #23
                        Originally posted by BoltUp InLA View Post
                        Article from The Athletic

                        Ranking NFL NFL Draft classes from 1 to 32: Eagles, Browns, Lions and Bears top Dane Brugler’s list

                        Dane Brugler


                        5. Los Angeles Chargers
                        1 13 Rashawn Slater, OT, Northwestern
                        2 47 Asante Samuel Jr., CB, Florida State
                        3 77 Josh Palmer, WR, Tennessee
                        3 97 Tre' McKitty, TE, Georgia
                        4 118 Chris Rumph II, LB, Duke
                        5 159 Brenden Jaimes, OT, Nebraska
                        6 185 Nick Niemann, LB, Iowa
                        6 198 Larry Rountree III, RB, Missouri
                        7 241 Mark Webb, CB/S, Georgia
                        Favorite pick: Rashawn Slater, OT, Northwestern
                        Call it luck or call it smart process, the Chargers could have been pressured to trade up for the quarterback last year or the left tackle this year. But they stayed put both years and landed Justin Herbert and Slater. Regardless, job well done by Tom Telesco and his staff.

                        Day 3 pick who could surprise: Brenden Jaimes, OT, Nebraska
                        I loved what the Chargers did on Day 3, especially with Rumph and Niemann. But the value of Jaimes (pronounced HYME-iss) outside the top-150 picks was outstanding. Nebraska has a vast history of producing offensive lineman, but none started more consecutive games than Jaimes, who should at-worst be a rock-solid swing tackle. With Slater and Jaimes, the Chargers remade the tackle depth chart in one draft.

                        Anyone who’s participated in a fantasy draft knows that special feeling you get when a player you love surprisingly falls in your lap. The NFL version of that is what happened with GM Tom Telesco in the first and second rounds.

                        It was no secret that the Chargers needed a left tackle entering draft weekend. They were able to stay put and take Northwestern’s Rashawn Slater at 13. Then in the second round, they were able to grab playmaking corner Asante Samuel Jr., who should be a perfect fit for Brandon Staley’s zone-heavy scheme.

                        This is a talented roster without a lot of holes. If Justin Herbert makes a second-year leap, look out. The Chargers could become a trendy Super Bowl pick by the time September rolls around.

                        Grade: B+
                        SEC, B1G, ACC, that’s some nice waters to go fishing in.
                        Now, if you excuse me, I have some Charger memories to suppress.

                        PROTECT THE FRANCHISE !

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                        • #24
                          Originally posted by Topcat View Post

                          6-6 and 305#...that's some serious beef for our D-line, and I like that he's a good run-stuffer...

                          goldwire 2.JPG

                          https://www.nfldraftbuzz.com/Player/...-DL-Louisville
                          They need a real dog on the DL, Joseph is old as shit.

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