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Old 03-21-2022, 07:18 PM   #121
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11: R1 P11- CB Ahmad Gardner - Cincinnati
47: R2 P15 - S Jaquan Brisker - Penn State
113: R4 P8 - LB Brandon Smith - Penn State
189: R6 P10 - OT Chris Paul - Tulsa
230: R7 P9 - WR Jalen Nailor - Michigan State
240: R7 P19 - G Andrew Stueber - Michigan
I'd be happy with this.
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Old 03-21-2022, 07:18 PM   #122
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He reminds me of a more athletic London Fletcher and he is also a leader like London was. I think he would have a Day 1 impact on us.

But I could see not wanting him at 11. Also, would be weird to go LB back to back in round 1. But Dean is a stud imo.

I think Dean is too small for MLB in the NFL. You should check out Devin Lloyd, Christian Harris, Chad Muma, and Troy Andersen. I know the Commanders have interviewed Harris, Muma, and Andersen. I don't know if they have talked to Lloyd. Hopefully they will because Lloyd may be the best MLB prospect in this draft.
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Old 03-21-2022, 07:49 PM   #123
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Trade #11 to Ravens for #14 and #45.

14.Devin Lloyd
LB Utah

45.Sam Howell
QB North Carolina

47.Breece Hall
RB Iowa State

189.Kalon Barnes
CB Baylor

230.Velus Jones Jr.
WR Tennessee

240.Dylan Parham
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Old 03-21-2022, 09:56 PM   #124
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I’d like to move down from 11 as well. We need the draft picks


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Old 03-21-2022, 10:21 PM   #125
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Gotta feeling they are going WR at 11, maybe Corner. I think they would like to move down in the draft to pick up extra mid round picks.

Getting Wentz, I believe strongly they want to surround him now with young offensive talent…WR, RB, and maybe even another TE. I would expect a pick at RB mid round.

I believe less and less they would go LB in the first, maybe if they moved back…but it might not be Dean or Lloyd.
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Old 03-22-2022, 06:55 AM   #126
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I like this. Alot. But can you imagine if Jurgens wound up being Watson’s center? I know it is a letter off but it wouldn’t matter…..
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Old 03-22-2022, 10:58 PM   #127
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It's always interesting for QBs, but with way more turnover tha usual, this draft is going to be very interesting where the QB's end up.

Starting to feel like Willis can go top 10 and every one else is a wildcard.

Based on Rivera's responses about Wentz, him being on a warm/hot seat, and us having limited picks, I don't see us drafting a QB (I hope we do, but I don't see it). So, if I had to guess, we're just interested spectators.
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Old 03-22-2022, 11:40 PM   #128
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I think Dean is too small for MLB in the NFL. You should check out Devin Lloyd, Christian Harris, Chad Muma, and Troy Andersen. I know the Commanders have interviewed Harris, Muma, and Andersen. I don't know if they have talked to Lloyd. Hopefully they will because Lloyd may be the best MLB prospect in this draft.
Lloyd is also a stud if I had to guess. I need to look at Harris more. I love Muma. I'd be good with him in the 2nd. Would have been jacked up for him in the 3rd, and if he makes it to the 4th, I'll be flabbergasted. If Andersen is available in the 6th or later, that would be a good pick imo. But he changed positions, he played at a smaller school, and we have limited picks. So I think he's a bit of a luxury pick we can't go for (unless we actually do, then he's a stud lol).
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Old 03-23-2022, 08:34 AM   #129
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I love the shorts and shirts season lol. Guys throwing bombs with no defense. Yes Willis has the best arm in this class but can HE PLAY QB in the NFL? That is the Q..
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I’d like to move down from 11 as well. We need the draft picks


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Agreed. I honestly think Wilson and Lloyd are the only players worthy of that pick with a lot of talent remaining if we trade down. This draft has some fast receivers and good lbs. Interested in Christian Harris or Leo Chenal with a trade down.
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Im usually not a fan of trade down if there is a tier 1 player available at your pick. Seems like there should be several tier 1 guys avail at 11.

Id have a hard time trading down and passing up on S Hamilton, LB Lloyd, WR Garret Wilson or one of the top 3 tackles slipping
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Im usually not a fan of trade down if there is a tier 1 player available at your pick. Seems like there should be several tier 1 guys avail at 11.

Id have a hard time trading down and passing up on S Hamilton, LB Lloyd, WR Garret Wilson or one of the top 3 tackles slipping
A lot of "experts" think Hamilton will be there at 11 if we want him. Dude is big and has great range. Don't really wanna go safety with pick 1 but he may be worth it.
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I love the shorts and shirts season lol. Guys throwing bombs with no defense. Yes Willis has the best arm in this class but can HE PLAY QB in the NFL? That is the Q..
Yeah .. i just saw a video labeled below "Jeremiah in awe of willis dime thats as good of a pro day throw as youre going to see"

https://www.nfl.com/videos/jeremiah-...s-you-re-going

headline = lots of hype

video = a good throw in shorts to a guy able to run under the ball
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Yeah .. i just saw a video labeled below "Jeremiah in awe of willis dime thats as good of a pro day throw as youre going to see"

https://www.nfl.com/videos/jeremiah-...s-you-re-going

headline = lots of hype

video = a good throw in shorts to a guy able to run under the ball
I think Willis will be the 1st qb taken. Teams cannot ignore his overall talent and skills. Him and Lance have done nothing in the NFL but have hype galore.
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I think Willis will be the 1st qb taken. Teams cannot ignore his overall talent and skills. Him and Lance have done nothing in the NFL but have hype galore.
Patrick Mahomes gave a hint that he could take over the NFL at his Texas Tech pro day before the 2017 NFL Draft.

Mahomes, who played in an Air Raid offense in college that was not thought to translate to the NFL, was considered a first-round pick by the time the draft came but was not considered one of the elite quarterback prospects.

However, at his pro day, he reportedly wowed scouts with a series of throws, including an 80-yard Hail Mary that served as the grand finale.

Wes Welker, now a receivers coach with the San Francisco 49ers, was in attendance for Mahomes' pro day, at the time working with the Houston Texans. He told Sports Illustrated's Michael Rosenberg that when Mahomes' workout ended, scouts applauded. Welker, who was new to coaching, had to ask if that was normal. A scout told him it was not.

https://www.businessinsider.com/patr...pro-day-2020-2

There are similarities ... hype train!

But every now and then doesnt a diamond appear in the rough?
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