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  • Draft Depth by position chart - Deep at DL,OL

    As suspected this is a deep draft for OL and DL. This is just a rough look of the supply/demand for each position at the top of the draft ( 3 rounds).

    What I did was took the top 96 players from the CBS draft rankings https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/prospect-rankings/ and did a count in Excel to see how many were available at each position ( Column 'Avail') .

    Then I took the top 3 needs for each team from this CBS article. (Column 'Need ') https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/2...-biggest-needs.

    As you can see, OL and DL are in good surplus supply. If Telesco wants a S, it may be better to take one in Rnd 1 and then add an OT and DT later. This is just a rough look ( they don't even differentiate the line positions), but hope it is of interest. It isn't perfect so be kind w any concerns re the methodology lol .

    Pos Avail Need Surplus
    OL 17 8 9
    DL 15 11 4
    WR 14 11 3
    TE 5 4 1
    S 9 9 0
    CB 11 13 -2
    EDGE 9 11 -2
    RB 6 9 -3
    QB 4 8 -4
    LB 6 12 -6
    Last edited by Cdn Bolt; 04-09-2019, 03:08 PM.

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    Originally posted by Cdn Bolt View Post
    As suspected this is a deep draft for OL and DL. This is just a rough look of the supply/demand for each position at the top of the draft ( 3 rounds).

    What I did was took the top 96 players from the CBS draft rankings https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/prospect-rankings/ and did a count in Excel to see how many were available at each position ( Column 'Avail') .

    Then I took the top 3 needs for each team from this CBS article. (Column 'Need ') https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/2...-biggest-needs.

    As you can see, OL and DL are in good surplus supply. If Telesco wants a S, it may be better to take one in Rnd 1 and then add an OT and DT later. This is just a rough look ( they don't even differentiate the line positions), but hope it is of interest. It isn't perfect so be kind w any concerns re the methodology lol .

    Pos Avail Need Surplus
    OL 17 8 9
    DL 15 11 4
    WR 14 11 3
    TE 5 4 1
    S 9 9 0
    CB 11 13 -2
    EDGE 9 11 -2
    RB 6 9 -3
    QB 4 8 -4
    LB 6 12 -6
    I've never seen that done before so nice creative thinking.
    Moving to LA is not a good business decision, it’s a death sentence.

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    • #3
      CDN
      you're hired!!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Cdn Bolt View Post
        As suspected this is a deep draft for OL and DL. This is just a rough look of the supply/demand for each position at the top of the draft ( 3 rounds).

        What I did was took the top 96 players from the CBS draft rankings https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/prospect-rankings/ and did a count in Excel to see how many were available at each position ( Column 'Avail') .

        Then I took the top 3 needs for each team from this CBS article. (Column 'Need ') https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/2...-biggest-needs.

        As you can see, OL and DL are in good surplus supply. If Telesco wants a S, it may be better to take one in Rnd 1 and then add an OT and DT later. This is just a rough look ( they don't even differentiate the line positions), but hope it is of interest. It isn't perfect so be kind w any concerns re the methodology lol .

        Pos Avail Need Surplus
        OL 17 8 9
        DL 15 11 4
        WR 14 11 3
        TE 5 4 1
        S 9 9 0
        CB 11 13 -2
        EDGE 9 11 -2
        RB 6 9 -3
        QB 4 8 -4
        LB 6 12 -6
        Interesting. I like my mock priorities even more now.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Cdn Bolt View Post
          As suspected this is a deep draft for OL and DL. This is just a rough look of the supply/demand for each position at the top of the draft ( 3 rounds).

          What I did was took the top 96 players from the CBS draft rankings https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/prospect-rankings/ and did a count in Excel to see how many were available at each position ( Column 'Avail') .

          Then I took the top 3 needs for each team from this CBS article. (Column 'Need ') https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/2...-biggest-needs.

          As you can see, OL and DL are in good surplus supply. If Telesco wants a S, it may be better to take one in Rnd 1 and then add an OT and DT later. This is just a rough look ( they don't even differentiate the line positions), but hope it is of interest. It isn't perfect so be kind w any concerns re the methodology lol .
          Pos Avail Need Surplus
          OL 17 8 9
          DL 15 11 4
          WR 14 11 3
          TE 5 4 1
          S 9 9 0
          CB 11 13 -2
          EDGE 9 11 -2
          RB 6 9 -3
          QB 4 8 -4
          LB 6 12 -6
          Nice work, CD. So, should we grab a safety in round 1 when they're still there, then wait until round 2 to go OT, since it's so deep?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Topcat View Post

            Nice work, CD. So, should we grab a safety in round 1 when they're still there, then wait until round 2 to go OT, since it's so deep?
            Thanks all for the nice comments. It looks that way on paper.

            I know in the past what can happen too is teams get later round steals.

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            • #7
              Agree with the compliments above - nicely done!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Topcat View Post

                Nice work, CD. So, should we grab a safety in round 1 when they're still there, then wait until round 2 to go OT, since it's so deep?
                that makes sense when you go based on needs and availability/supply & demand, and.... for myself, start w/the players I like and then back track to see where they're slotted/ranked and then make my way from there.
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                • #9
                  Interesting approach, thanks for doing that!

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                  • #10
                    Kaleb Mcgary in rnd 2 maybe?

                    I likey

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by NoMoreChillies View Post
                      Kaleb Mcgary in rnd 2 maybe?

                      I likey
                      A pick like that can make your draft.
                      Moving to LA is not a good business decision, it’s a death sentence.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Cdn Bolt View Post
                        As suspected this is a deep draft for OL and DL. This is just a rough look of the supply/demand for each position at the top of the draft ( 3 rounds).

                        What I did was took the top 96 players from the CBS draft rankings https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/prospect-rankings/ and did a count in Excel to see how many were available at each position ( Column 'Avail') .

                        Then I took the top 3 needs for each team from this CBS article. (Column 'Need ') https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/2...-biggest-needs.

                        As you can see, OL and DL are in good surplus supply. If Telesco wants a S, it may be better to take one in Rnd 1 and then add an OT and DT later. This is just a rough look ( they don't even differentiate the line positions), but hope it is of interest. It isn't perfect so be kind w any concerns re the methodology lol .

                        Pos Avail Need Surplus
                        OL 17 8 9
                        DL 15 11 4
                        WR 14 11 3
                        TE 5 4 1
                        S 9 9 0
                        CB 11 13 -2
                        EDGE 9 11 -2
                        RB 6 9 -3
                        QB 4 8 -4
                        LB 6 12 -6
                        Good job. I feel like TT did something similar in the 2016 draft when he selected Hunter Henry in the 2nd round.

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