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Old 02-20-2021, 02:52 PM   #466
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19: R1 P19 OT Christian Darrisaw - Virginia Tech
51: R2 P19 QB Mac Jones - Alabama
74: R3 P10 WR Amon-Ra St. Brown - USC
82: R3 P18 S Paris Ford - Pittsburgh
124: R4 P19 CB Robert Rochell - Central Arkansas
164: R5 P19 LB Charles Snowden - UVA
243: R7 P17 TE Quintin Morris - Bowling Green
245: R7 P19 G Brenden Jaimes - Nebraska
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Old 02-20-2021, 04:58 PM   #467
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19: R1 P19 OT Christian Darrisaw - Virginia Tech
51: R2 P19 QB Mac Jones - Alabama
74: R3 P10 WR Amon-Ra St. Brown - USC
82: R3 P18 S Paris Ford - Pittsburgh
124: R4 P19 CB Robert Rochell - Central Arkansas
164: R5 P19 LB Charles Snowden - UVA
243: R7 P17 TE Quintin Morris - Bowling Green
245: R7 P19 G Brenden Jaimes - Nebraska


I like this a lot.

First round OT.
Second round QB falls into our lap.
And Paris Ford and Charles Snowden are just good football players.

Obviously would hope we added some LB and WR help via free agency. But this draft feels good to me.
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Old 02-20-2021, 05:21 PM   #468
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I like this a lot.

First round OT.
Second round QB falls into our lap.
And Paris Ford and Charles Snowden are just good football players.

Obviously would hope we added some LB and WR help via free agency. But this draft feels good to me.
QBs are always drafted too high. No way Jones lasts until 19 in the second round. I wish this would happen, but I don’t see it.
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Old 02-20-2021, 10:28 PM   #469
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QBs are always drafted too high. No way Jones lasts until 19 in the second round. I wish this would happen, but I don’t see it.

Yeah I agree. Depending on how we address QB before the draft, I could easily see us pulling the trigger on Jones if he is still there in the first round.

I go back and forth on Jones. I could see him being great (he feels like a Drew Brees -- not off the charts in physical ability, but smart as hell, and runs the system to perfection). And I could see him being a big teaset (a la Kirk Cousins - lotsa stats, but never breaking through when it counts)

Getting him in the second round? I think he's a solid pick.

But in the first? Who knows ...
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Yeah I agree. Depending on how we address QB before the draft, I could easily see us pulling the trigger on Jones if he is still there in the first round.

I go back and forth on Jones. I could see him being great (he feels like a Drew Brees -- not off the charts in physical ability, but smart as hell, and runs the system to perfection). And I could see him being a big teaset (a la Kirk Cousins - lotsa stats, but never breaking through when it counts)

Getting him in the second round? I think he's a solid pick.

But in the first? Who knows ...
It’s definitely going to be interesting.
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Old 02-21-2021, 08:22 AM   #471
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19: R1 P19 OT Christian Darrisaw - Virginia Tech
51: R2 P19 QB Mac Jones - Alabama
74: R3 P10 WR Amon-Ra St. Brown - USC
82: R3 P18 S Paris Ford - Pittsburgh
124: R4 P19 CB Robert Rochell - Central Arkansas
164: R5 P19 LB Charles Snowden - UVA
243: R7 P17 TE Quintin Morris - Bowling Green
245: R7 P19 G Brenden Jaimes - Nebraska
IMO that would be an excellent draft. Good job!
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Old 02-23-2021, 12:13 PM   #472
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19. Washington Football Team: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB, Notre Dame
There’s a quarterback on the board in Alabama’s Mac Jones, and that’s Washington’s top need, but adding a veteran to the current mix is the more likely outcome. There’s a solid case here for a receiver (Florida’s Kadarius Toney) or left tackle (Darrisaw), and no doubt an offense that ranked 25th in scoring last season needs more oomph. However, the linebacking unit is the clear weak link defensively and a group coach Ron Rivera called out at times during the season. Owusu-Koramoah finished with 11 tackles for loss and three forced fumbles last season. The 6-foot-1, 215-pounder brings needed speed and versatility to a defense lacking that element behind a loaded line. — Ben Standig
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Old 02-23-2021, 12:26 PM   #473
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19. Washington Football Team: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB, Notre Dame
There’s a quarterback on the board in Alabama’s Mac Jones, and that’s Washington’s top need, but adding a veteran to the current mix is the more likely outcome. There’s a solid case here for a receiver (Florida’s Kadarius Toney) or left tackle (Darrisaw), and no doubt an offense that ranked 25th in scoring last season needs more oomph. However, the linebacking unit is the clear weak link defensively and a group coach Ron Rivera called out at times during the season. Owusu-Koramoah finished with 11 tackles for loss and three forced fumbles last season. The 6-foot-1, 215-pounder brings needed speed and versatility to a defense lacking that element behind a loaded line. — Ben Standig
Lost in the shuffle of our needs at QB and WR is definitely LB. Definitely need upgrades there.
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Old 02-23-2021, 12:37 PM   #474
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Yeah I agree, i think LB at 19 is a very realistic option
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Old 02-23-2021, 01:00 PM   #475
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Agreed, but can we please draft 2 pass coverage LB's and/or add via FA? We were weak in against the run at times last year, but always woeful in pass D from the LB's. Guys who can cover TE's please!
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Agreed, but can we please draft 2 pass coverage LB's and/or add via FA? We were weak in against the run at times last year, but always woeful in pass D from the LB's. Guys who can cover TE's please!
I'm hoping for an LT or WR at 19, and Jabril Cox in the 2nd.

Bring back Darby, and sign Denzel Perryman in free agency, and this defense is L E G I T.
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What about one of the Ravens OLB's in FA? Sounding like they can't/won't re-sign either or tag one of them. Would Ngakoue or Judon fit here?
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19. Washington Football Team: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB, Notre Dame
There’s a quarterback on the board in Alabama’s Mac Jones, and that’s Washington’s top need, but adding a veteran to the current mix is the more likely outcome. There’s a solid case here for a receiver (Florida’s Kadarius Toney) or left tackle (Darrisaw), and no doubt an offense that ranked 25th in scoring last season needs more oomph. However, the linebacking unit is the clear weak link defensively and a group coach Ron Rivera called out at times during the season. Owusu-Koramoah finished with 11 tackles for loss and three forced fumbles last season. The 6-foot-1, 215-pounder brings needed speed and versatility to a defense lacking that element behind a loaded line. — Ben Standig
Would really like a LB, I think WR can be found in FA and later rounds in the draft.
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Would really like a LB, I think WR can be found in FA and later rounds in the draft.
I agree, LB is harder to find than WR.
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19. Washington Football Team: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB, Notre Dame
There’s a quarterback on the board in Alabama’s Mac Jones, and that’s Washington’s top need, but adding a veteran to the current mix is the more likely outcome. There’s a solid case here for a receiver (Florida’s Kadarius Toney) or left tackle (Darrisaw), and no doubt an offense that ranked 25th in scoring last season needs more oomph. However, the linebacking unit is the clear weak link defensively and a group coach Ron Rivera called out at times during the season. Owusu-Koramoah finished with 11 tackles for loss and three forced fumbles last season. The 6-foot-1, 215-pounder brings needed speed and versatility to a defense lacking that element behind a loaded line. — Ben Standig
What? Hold on a minute. You'd better stretch him out on a rack and dump a load of bricks in his football pants if you want him to play LB.
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