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Post#81 » by Arda K » Thu Dec 15, 2016 9:00 am

he has the frame of a high school wide out and he is not a passer at all. you put him as a running qb in nfl and he wont last more than 2 games.
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Post#82 » by TDJacksonville » Thu Dec 15, 2016 2:12 pm

Arda K wrote:he has the frame of a high school wide out and he is not a passer at all. you put him as a running qb in nfl and he wont last more than 2 games.

This isn't porn. Size isn't everything. I mean hell Doug floutie was what 5 foot 11 maybe 180 in the nfl. Johnny Manziel was like 6 foot 200 pounds. Kellen Moore is 6 foot 200 pounds.

His weight isn't ideal but you certainly can play qb in the nfl at appx 200 pounds.

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Post#83 » by Arda K » Thu Dec 15, 2016 3:14 pm

i dont think comparisons to kellen moore and manziel doing him any favors
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Post#84 » by TDJacksonville » Thu Dec 15, 2016 3:18 pm

Arda K wrote:i dont think comparisons to kellen moore and manziel doing him any favors

I'm using it as a size comparison. He's more like a young mike Vick. You put him in the right scheme he will be a probowler. He's probably a better passer than Vick.

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Post#85 » by Cammo101 » Fri Dec 16, 2016 12:50 am

Arda K wrote:he has the frame of a high school wide out and he is not a passer at all. you put him as a running qb in nfl and he wont last more than 2 games.


He isn't going to run as often in the NFL obviously, but he is roughly the same height and weight as Randall Cunningham and John Elway coming out of college. Like all prospects, he will pack on a little more muscle. But, there is nothing that leads me to believe he can't be a duel threat QB at the NFL level. He also has nearly an identical body type to Deshaun Watson, who no one is trying to get to change positions.

You say he is not a passer at all, but somehow he managed to throw for 3400 yards and 30 touchdowns this year, with only 9 INTs. He will never be an elite passer in the NFL, but there is no reason to think given the success of a guy like Mariota, that he can't carve out a very similar niche at the next level. Jackson is a more electric runner with a bigger arm than Mariota was coming out of Oregon, with similar accuracy. If all these guys managed to pull it off, why would you think Jackson can't? I think people see a good athlete and immediately want to switch his position without much thought as to why.
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Post#86 » by Arda K » Sat Dec 17, 2016 7:14 pm

there is nothing more asinine than bringing prospects astronomic stats in college as for evidence for anything, anybody who has watched college football more than few years can come up with laundry list of college players that domianted college yet couldnt do jacksh*t in nfl.

his problem is not even his gross weight, it is his frame. players with his body type is not likely to bulk up and transform drastically. there is a reason kevin durant still called slim reaper even after ten years in pros, difference is durant doesnt take punishing hits in his league. and lol @ mariota and watson comp, both of them were 67 percent passers in college, jackson doesnt even come 10 percent of that. quarterbacks with physical limitations and major accuracy issues do not make it in nfl very often, let alone end up first overall picks.
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Post#87 » by Cammo101 » Sun Dec 18, 2016 12:32 am

Arda K wrote:there is nothing more asinine than bringing prospects astronomic stats in college as for evidence for anything, anybody who has watched college football more than few years can come up with laundry list of college players that domianted college yet couldnt do jacksh*t in nfl.

his problem is not even his gross weight, it is his frame. players with his body type is not likely to bulk up and transform drastically. there is a reason kevin durant still called slim reaper even after ten years in pros, difference is durant doesnt take punishing hits in his league. and lol @ mariota and watson comp, both of them were 67 percent passers in college, jackson doesnt even come 10 percent of that. quarterbacks with physical limitations and major accuracy issues do not make it in nfl very often, let alone end up first overall picks.


His body type isn't nearly as slight as you are making him out to be. Plenty of NFL QBs have thrived with a similar body type. He's not some twig out there destined to get hurt, and he will obviously put on some more muscle between now and his first NFL snap. He won't be a guy that runs the ball 18 times in the NFL, he will do what many before him have done and transition to being a pocket passer with run/pass elements.
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Post#88 » by TDJacksonville » Sun Dec 18, 2016 12:39 am

Cammo101 wrote:
Arda K wrote:there is nothing more asinine than bringing prospects astronomic stats in college as for evidence for anything, anybody who has watched college football more than few years can come up with laundry list of college players that domianted college yet couldnt do jacksh*t in nfl.

his problem is not even his gross weight, it is his frame. players with his body type is not likely to bulk up and transform drastically. there is a reason kevin durant still called slim reaper even after ten years in pros, difference is durant doesnt take punishing hits in his league. and lol @ mariota and watson comp, both of them were 67 percent passers in college, jackson doesnt even come 10 percent of that. quarterbacks with physical limitations and major accuracy issues do not make it in nfl very often, let alone end up first overall picks.


His body type isn't nearly as slight as you are making him out to be. Plenty of NFL QBs have thrived with a similar body type. He's not some twig out there destined to get hurt, and he will obviously put on some more muscle between now and his first NFL snap. He won't be a guy that runs the ball 18 times in the NFL, he will do what many before him have done and transition to being a pocket passer with run/pass elements.

Hed be perfect for chip Kelly if he was eligible

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Post#89 » by Arda K » Sun Dec 18, 2016 1:31 am

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Arda K wrote:there is nothing more asinine than bringing prospects astronomic stats in college as for evidence for anything, anybody who has watched college football more than few years can come up with laundry list of college players that domianted college yet couldnt do jacksh*t in nfl.

his problem is not even his gross weight, it is his frame. players with his body type is not likely to bulk up and transform drastically. there is a reason kevin durant still called slim reaper even after ten years in pros, difference is durant doesnt take punishing hits in his league. and lol @ mariota and watson comp, both of them were 67 percent passers in college, jackson doesnt even come 10 percent of that. quarterbacks with physical limitations and major accuracy issues do not make it in nfl very often, let alone end up first overall picks.


His body type isn't nearly as slight as you are making him out to be. Plenty of NFL QBs have thrived with a similar body type. He's not some twig out there destined to get hurt, and he will obviously put on some more muscle between now and his first NFL snap. He won't be a guy that runs the ball 18 times in the NFL, he will do what many before him have done and transition to being a pocket passer with run/pass elements.


and there lies the problem, nothing he has shown tells you he would be an accurate pocket passer. if you think he'll magically become one in a year or two that's fine, but that's not him as of today.
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Post#90 » by TDJacksonville » Sun Dec 18, 2016 1:33 am

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Cammo101 wrote:
Arda K wrote:there is nothing more asinine than bringing prospects astronomic stats in college as for evidence for anything, anybody who has watched college football more than few years can come up with laundry list of college players that domianted college yet couldnt do jacksh*t in nfl.

his problem is not even his gross weight, it is his frame. players with his body type is not likely to bulk up and transform drastically. there is a reason kevin durant still called slim reaper even after ten years in pros, difference is durant doesnt take punishing hits in his league. and lol @ mariota and watson comp, both of them were 67 percent passers in college, jackson doesnt even come 10 percent of that. quarterbacks with physical limitations and major accuracy issues do not make it in nfl very often, let alone end up first overall picks.


His body type isn't nearly as slight as you are making him out to be. Plenty of NFL QBs have thrived with a similar body type. He's not some twig out there destined to get hurt, and he will obviously put on some more muscle between now and his first NFL snap. He won't be a guy that runs the ball 18 times in the NFL, he will do what many before him have done and transition to being a pocket passer with run/pass elements.


and there lies the problem, nothing he has shown tells you he would be an accurate pocket passer. if you think he'll magically become one in a year or two that's fine, but that's not him as of today.

Your really complaining about His draft board that is a year out. Really

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Post#91 » by Arda K » Sun Dec 18, 2016 1:35 am

what are we doing here if we are not going to discuss things posted? there are better outlets to find a circle jerk if that's what you are looking for.
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Post#92 » by TDJacksonville » Sun Dec 18, 2016 2:36 am

Arda K wrote:what are we doing here if we are not going to discuss things posted? there are better outlets to find a circle jerk if that's what you are looking for.

We here to discuss but clearly u have some kind of agenda against Lamar Jackson cuz based on the early boards I've seen they all have him as a top 5 guy. There's not much to dislike except his frame but frame didn't stop goff from going 1st overall past draft.

Its clear u have 1 opinion he has another. Quit complaining that he has a draft board you don't like. As you can see I don't always agree with his drafts but hey its his opinion so let it go

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Post#93 » by Arda K » Sun Dec 18, 2016 2:49 am

we are discussing merits of jackson, nobody complaining about anybody's draft board. you are imagining things.
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Post#94 » by Cammo101 » Sun Dec 18, 2016 5:33 am

Arda K wrote:and there lies the problem, nothing he has shown tells you he would be an accurate pocket passer. if you think he'll magically become one in a year or two that's fine, but that's not him as of today.


I suspect he's going to be an improved pocket passer next year and he will need to continue to improve in the NFL if he wants to stick around. He is not some Navy QB who can't throw though. He put up decent numbers this year throwing the football, and I don't think he is any less accurate than Mariota was at the same point. Mariota's completion percentage was higher, but that is misleading passed on Jackson throwing deep a lot, and Mariota being in a dink and dunk offense. My point is, while Jackson will never have Drew Brees level accuracy, he can be good enough to offset his elite scrambling ability. See also Mariota and Cunningham, who I think he most closely resembles.
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Post#95 » by Cammo101 » Mon Dec 19, 2016 8:00 pm

12/19/16

1. Cleveland - Myles Garrett (DE, Texas A&M)
2. San Francisco - Mitch Trubisky (QB, North Carolina)
3. Jacksonville - Leonard Fournette (RB, LSU)
4. Chicago - Jonathan Allen (DE, Alabama)
5. Tennessee (from LA) - Teez Tabor (CB, Florida)
6. NY Jets - Jabrill Peppers (SS, Michigan)
7. Cleveland (from PHI) - DeShone Kizer (QB, Notre Dame)
8. San Diego - Jamal Adams (SS, LSU)
9. Carolina - Marlon Humphrey (CB, Alabama)
10. Cincinnati - Cameron Robinson (OT, Alabama)
11. Arizona - Quincy Wilson (CB, Florida)
12. New Orleans - Derek Barnett (DE, Tennessee)
13. Philadelphia (from MIN) - Mike Williams (WR, Clemson)
14. Buffalo - Deshaun Watson (QB, Clemson)
15. Indianapolis - Reuben Foster (ILB, Alabama)
16. Tampa Bay - Malik McDowell (DT, Michigan State)
17. Houston - Marshon Lattimore (CB, Ohio State)
18. Denver - Ryan Ramczyk (OT, Wisconsin)
19. Tennessee - Corey Davis (WR, Western Michigan)
20. Green Bay - Dalvin Cook (RB, Florida State)
21. Baltimore - Tim Williams (OLB, Alabama)
22. Washington - Adoree Jackson (CB, USC)
23. Miami - OJ Howard (TE, Alabama)
24. Pittsburgh - Zach Cunningham (ILB, Vanderbilt)
25. Detroit - Desmond King (CB, Iowa)
26. Atlanta - Taco Charlton (DE, Michigan)
27. Seattle - John Ross (WR, Washington)
28. Kansas City - Sidney Jones (CB, Washington)
29. NY Giants - Charles Harris (DE, Missouri)
30. Oakland - Christian McCaffrey (RB, Stanford)
31. Dallas - JuJu Smith-Schuster (WR, USC)
32. New England - Carl Lawson (DE, Auburn)

33. Cleveland - Marcus Maye (FS, Florida)
34. San Francisco - Curtis Samuel (WR, Ohio State)
35. Jacksonville - Dan Feeney (OG, Indiana)
36. Chicago - Pat Mahomes (QB, Texas Tech)
37. Los Angeles - Ethan Pocic (OG, LSU)
38. NY Jets - Jourdan Lewis (CB, Michigan)
39. Philadelphia - Gareon Conley (CB, Ohio State)
40. San Diego - Dede Westbrook (WR, Oklahoma)
41. Carolina - D'Onte Foreman (RB, Texas)
42. Cincinnati - DeMarcus Walker (DE, Florida State)
43. Arizona - Amara Darboh (WR, Michigan)
44. New Orleans - Tre'Davious White (CB, LSU)
45. Minnesota - Garett Bolles (OT, Utah)
46. Buffalo - Raekwon McMillan (ILB, Ohio State)
47. Indianapolis - Solomon Thomas (DE, Stanford)
48. Tampa Bay - Justin Evans (SS, Texas A&M)
49. Houston - Caleb Brantley (DT, Florida)
50. Denver - Jarrad Davis (OLB, Florida)
51. Cleveland (from TEN) - Roderick Johnson (OT, Florida State)
52. Green Bay - Bucky Hodges (TE, Virginia Tech)
53. Baltimore - Quinton Nelson (OG, Notre Dame)
54. Washington - Anthony Walker (ILB, Northwestern)
55. Miami - Dawuane Smoot (DE, Illinois)
56. Pittsburgh - Chris Wormley (DE, Michigan)
57. Detroit - Lowell Lotulelei (DT, Utah)
58. Atlanta - Cordrea Tankersley (CB, Clemson)
59. Seattle - Pat Elflein (OG, Ohio State)
60. Kansas City - Takkarist McKinley (DE, UCLA)
61. NY Giants - Jake Butt (TE, Michigan)
62. Oakland - Budda Baker (SS, Washington)
63. Dallas - Evan Engram (TE, Ole Miss)
64. New England - Alvin Kamara (RB, Tennessee)
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Post#96 » by Cammo101 » Mon Dec 26, 2016 5:59 am

12/26/16

1. Cleveland - Myles Garrett (DE, Texas A&M)
2. San Francisco - Mitch Trubisky (QB, North Carolina)
3. Jacksonville - Jonathan Allen (DE, Alabama)
4. Chicago - DeShone Kizer (QB, Notre Dame)
5. NY Jets - Jabrill Peppers (SS, Michigan)
6. Tennessee (from LA) - Teez Tabor (CB, Florida)
7. San Diego - Jamal Adams (SS, LSU)
8. Cincinnati - Cameron Robinson (OT, Alabama)
9. Carolina - Leonard Fournette (RB, LSU)
10. Cleveland (from PHI) - Deshaun Watson (QB, Clemson)
11. Arizona - Marlon Humphrey (CB, Alabama)
12. Philadelphia (from MIN) - Quincy Wilson (CB, Florida)
13. Indianapolis - Reuben Foster (ILB, Alabama)
14. Buffalo - Marshon Lattimore (CB, Ohio State)
15. New Orleans - Derek Barnett (DE, Tennessee)
16. Tampa Bay - Dalvin Cook (RB, Florida State)
17. Tennessee - Mike Williams (WR, Clemson)
18. Baltimore - Malik McDowell (DT, Michigan State)
19. Denver - Zach Cunningham (ILB, Vanderbilt)
20. Washington - Adoree Jackson (CB, USC)
21. Houston - Ryan Ramczyk (OT, Wisconsin)
22. Green Bay - Sidney Jones (CB, Washington)
23. Seattle - Christian McCaffrey (RB, Stanford)
24. Detroit - Desmond King (CB, Iowa)
25. NY Giants - Charles Harris (DE, Missouri)
26. Miami - OJ Howard (TE, Alabama)
27. Pittsburgh - Corey Davis (WR, Western Michigan)
28. Atlanta - Taco Charlton (DE, Michigan)
29. Kansas City - Dan Feeney (OG, Indiana)
30. Oakland - Tim Williams (OLB, Alabama)
31. Dallas - JuJu Smith-Schuster (WR, USC)
32. New England - DeMarcus Walker (DE, Florida State)

33. Cleveland - Marcus Maye (FS, Florida)
34. San Francisco - John Ross (WR, Washington)
35. Jacksonville - Ethan Pocic (OG, LSU)
36. Chicago - Garett Bolles (OT, Utah)
37. NY Jets - D'Onte Foreman (RB, Texas)
38. Los Angeles - Dede Westbrook (WR, Oklahoma)
39. San Diego - Curtis Samuel (WR, Ohio State)
40. Cincinnati - Cordrea Tankersley (CB, Clemson)
41. Carolina - Jourdan Lewis (CB, Michigan)
42. Philadelphia - Amara Darboh (WR, Michigan)
43. Arizona - Pat Mahomes (QB, Texas Tech)
44. Minnesota - Roderick Johnson (OT, Florida State)
45. Indianapolis - Takkarist McKinley (DE, UCLA)
46. Buffalo - Carl Lawson (DE, Auburn)
47. New Orleans - Tre'Davious White (CB, LSU)
48. Tampa Bay - Caleb Brantley (DT, Florida)
49. Cleveland (from TEN) - Quinton Nelson (OG, Notre Dame)
50. Baltimore - Jarrad Davis (OLB, Florida)
51. Denver - Pat Elflein (OG, Ohio State)
52. Washington - Raekwon McMillan (ILB, Ohio State)
53. Houston - Chris Wormley (DT, Michigan)
54. Green Bay - Bucky Hodges (TE, Virginia Tech)
55. Seattle - Dawuane Smoot (DE, Illinois)
56. Detroit - Lowell Lotulelei (DT, Utah)
57. NY Giants - Evan Engram (TE, Ole Miss)
58. Miami - Gareon Conley (CB, Ohio State)
59. Pittsburgh - Solomon Thomas (DE, Stanford)
60. Atlanta - Carlos Watkins (DT, Clemson)
61. Kansas City - Anthony Walker (ILB, Northwestern)
62. Oakland - Alvin Kamara (RB, Tennessee)
63. Dallas - Jake Butt (TE, Michigan)
64. New England - Justin Evans (SS, Texas A&M)

65. Cleveland - Jordan Leggett (TE, Clemson)
66. San Francisco - Tyquan Lewis (DE, Ohio State)
67. Jacksonville - Adam Bisnowaty (OT, Pittsburgh)
68. Chicago - Budda Baker (SS, Washington)
69. NY Jets - Brad Kaaya (QB, Miami)
70. Los Angeles - Chad Wheeler (OT, USC)
71. San Diego - Dion Dawkins (OT, Temple)
72. Cincinnati - Marcus Williams (FS, Utah)
73. Carolina - Dorian Johnson (OG, Pittsburgh)
74. Philadelphia - Wayne Gallman (RB, Clemson)
75. Arizona - Isaiah Ford (WR, Virginia Tech)
76. Minnesota - Corey Clement (RB, Wisconsin)
77. Indianapolis - Brian Hill (RB, Wyoming)
78. Buffalo - Chad Kelly (QB, Ole Miss)
79. New Orleans - Tyrone Crowder (OG, Clemson)
80. Tampa Bay - Forrest Lamp (OT, Western Kentucky)
81. Tennessee - Eddie Jackson (FS, Alabama)
82. Baltimore - Malachi Dupre (WR, LSU)
83. Denver - Avery Gennesy (OT, Texas A&M)
84. Washington - Jeremy McNichols (RB, Boise State)
85. Houston - Carroll Phillips (DE, Illinois)
86. Green Bay - Damore'ea Stringefellow (WR, Ole Miss)
87. Seattle - Zach Banner (OG, USC)
88. Detroit - Ryan Anderson (OLB, Alabama)
89. NY Giants - Jaleel Johnson (DT, Iowa)
90. Miami - Haason Reddick (OLB, Temple)
91. Pittsburgh - Nazair Jones (DT, North Carolina)
92. Atlanta - Cameron Sutton (CB, Tennessee)
93. Kansas City - Chidobe Awuzie (CB, Colorado)
94. Oakland - Tyler Orlosky (C, West Virginia)
95. Dallas - Harold Landry (DE, Boston College)
96. New England - Samaje Perine (RB, Oklahoma)
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Post#97 » by TDJacksonville » Mon Dec 26, 2016 6:06 am

Cammo101 wrote:12/26/16

1. Cleveland - Myles Garrett (DE, Texas A&M)
2. San Francisco - Mitch Trubisky (QB, North Carolina)
3. Jacksonville - Jonathan Allen (DE, Alabama)
4. Chicago - DeShone Kizer (QB, Notre Dame)
5. NY Jets - Jabrill Peppers (SS, Michigan)
6. Tennessee (from LA) - Teez Tabor (CB, Florida)
7. San Diego - Jamal Adams (SS, LSU)
8. Cincinnati - Cameron Robinson (OT, Alabama)
9. Carolina - Leonard Fournette (RB, LSU)
10. Cleveland (from PHI) - Deshaun Watson (QB, Clemson)
11. Arizona - Marlon Humphrey (CB, Alabama)
12. Philadelphia (from MIN) - Quincy Wilson (CB, Florida)
13. Indianapolis - Reuben Foster (ILB, Alabama)
14. Buffalo - Marshon Lattimore (CB, Ohio State)
15. New Orleans - Derek Barnett (DE, Tennessee)
16. Tampa Bay - Dalvin Cook (RB, Florida State)
17. Tennessee - Mike Williams (WR, Clemson)
18. Baltimore - Malik McDowell (DT, Michigan State)
19. Denver - Zach Cunningham (ILB, Vanderbilt)
20. Washington - Adoree Jackson (CB, USC)
21. Houston - Ryan Ramczyk (OT, Wisconsin)
22. Green Bay - Sidney Jones (CB, Washington)
23. Seattle - Christian McCaffrey (RB, Stanford)
24. Detroit - Desmond King (CB, Iowa)
25. NY Giants - Charles Harris (DE, Missouri)
26. Miami - OJ Howard (TE, Alabama)
27. Pittsburgh - Corey Davis (WR, Western Michigan)
28. Atlanta - Taco Charlton (DE, Michigan)
29. Kansas City - Dan Feeney (OG, Indiana)
30. Oakland - Tim Williams (OLB, Alabama)
31. Dallas - JuJu Smith-Schuster (WR, USC)
32. New England - DeMarcus Walker (DE, Florida State)

33. Cleveland - Marcus Maye (FS, Florida)
34. San Francisco - John Ross (WR, Washington)
35. Jacksonville - Ethan Pocic (OG, LSU)
36. Chicago - Garett Bolles (OT, Utah)
37. NY Jets - D'Onte Foreman (RB, Texas)
38. Los Angeles - Dede Westbrook (WR, Oklahoma)
39. San Diego - Curtis Samuel (WR, Ohio State)
40. Cincinnati - Cordrea Tankersley (CB, Clemson)
41. Carolina - Jourdan Lewis (CB, Michigan)
42. Philadelphia - Amara Darboh (WR, Michigan)
43. Arizona - Pat Mahomes (QB, Texas Tech)
44. Minnesota - Roderick Johnson (OT, Florida State)
45. Indianapolis - Takkarist McKinley (DE, UCLA)
46. Buffalo - Carl Lawson (DE, Auburn)
47. New Orleans - Tre'Davious White (CB, LSU)
48. Tampa Bay - Caleb Brantley (DT, Florida)
49. Cleveland (from TEN) - Quinton Nelson (OG, Notre Dame)
50. Baltimore - Jarrad Davis (OLB, Florida)
51. Denver - Pat Elflein (OG, Ohio State)
52. Washington - Raekwon McMillan (ILB, Ohio State)
53. Houston - Chris Wormley (DT, Michigan)
54. Green Bay - Bucky Hodges (TE, Virginia Tech)
55. Seattle - Dawuane Smoot (DE, Illinois)
56. Detroit - Lowell Lotulelei (DT, Utah)
57. NY Giants - Evan Engram (TE, Ole Miss)
58. Miami - Gareon Conley (CB, Ohio State)
59. Pittsburgh - Solomon Thomas (DE, Stanford)
60. Atlanta - Carlos Watkins (DT, Clemson)
61. Kansas City - Anthony Walker (ILB, Northwestern)
62. Oakland - Alvin Kamara (RB, Tennessee)
63. Dallas - Jake Butt (TE, Michigan)
64. New England - Justin Evans (SS, Texas A&M)

65. Cleveland - Jordan Leggett (TE, Clemson)
66. San Francisco - Tyquan Lewis (DE, Ohio State)
67. Jacksonville - Adam Bisnowaty (OT, Pittsburgh)
68. Chicago - Budda Baker (SS, Washington)
69. NY Jets - Brad Kaaya (QB, Miami)
70. Los Angeles - Chad Wheeler (OT, USC)
71. San Diego - Dion Dawkins (OT, Temple)
72. Cincinnati - Marcus Williams (FS, Utah)
73. Carolina - Dorian Johnson (OG, Pittsburgh)
74. Philadelphia - Wayne Gallman (RB, Clemson)
75. Arizona - Isaiah Ford (WR, Virginia Tech)
76. Minnesota - Corey Clement (RB, Wisconsin)
77. Indianapolis - Brian Hill (RB, Wyoming)
78. Buffalo - Chad Kelly (QB, Ole Miss)
79. New Orleans - Tyrone Crowder (OG, Clemson)
80. Tampa Bay - Forrest Lamp (OT, Western Kentucky)
81. Tennessee - Eddie Jackson (FS, Alabama)
82. Baltimore - Malachi Dupre (WR, LSU)
83. Denver - Avery Gennesy (OT, Texas A&M)
84. Washington - Jeremy McNichols (RB, Boise State)
85. Houston - Carroll Phillips (DE, Illinois)
86. Green Bay - Damore'ea Stringefellow (WR, Ole Miss)
87. Seattle - Zach Banner (OG, USC)
88. Detroit - Ryan Anderson (OLB, Alabama)
89. NY Giants - Jaleel Johnson (DT, Iowa)
90. Miami - Haason Reddick (OLB, Temple)
91. Pittsburgh - Nazair Jones (DT, North Carolina)
92. Atlanta - Cameron Sutton (CB, Tennessee)
93. Kansas City - Chidobe Awuzie (CB, Colorado)
94. Oakland - Tyler Orlosky (C, West Virginia)
95. Dallas - Harold Landry (DE, Boston College)
96. New England - Samaje Perine (RB, Oklahoma)


Jags actually pick 4th I believe cuz the s.o.s at this time.

Regardless. Ill take Allen. Not sure how we will use him but I'm sure we will find a way.

Round 2 id go tankerseley. We need another shutdown corner opposite of Ramsey.

Round 3 ill go forest lamp over bisnowaty who imo is a guard.

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Post#98 » by Cammo101 » Mon Dec 26, 2016 8:02 pm

TDJacksonville wrote:Jags actually pick 4th I believe cuz the s.o.s at this time.

Regardless. Ill take Allen. Not sure how we will use him but I'm sure we will find a way.

Round 2 id go tankerseley. We need another shutdown corner opposite of Ramsey.

Round 3 ill go forest lamp over bisnowaty who imo is a guard.

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Lamp may end up a guard as well, truthfully. I almost went corner with that 2nd rounder.
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Post#99 » by TDJacksonville » Mon Dec 26, 2016 8:03 pm

Cammo101 wrote:
TDJacksonville wrote:Jags actually pick 4th I believe cuz the s.o.s at this time.

Regardless. Ill take Allen. Not sure how we will use him but I'm sure we will find a way.

Round 2 id go tankerseley. We need another shutdown corner opposite of Ramsey.

Round 3 ill go forest lamp over bisnowaty who imo is a guard.

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Lamp may end up a guard as well, truthfully. I almost went corner with that 2nd rounder.


I think lamp would be a better guard than bisnowaty. His play kinda reminds people of Zack Martin.

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Post#100 » by Celtsfan1980 » Wed Dec 28, 2016 12:18 am

Last I read Bitonio and Greco are expected to miss the beginning of next season. Expect the Browns to draft multiple offensive linemen. Unfortunate that Luke Falk won't be going into the draft. The quarterback class gets even worse.

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