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Re: 2019 NFL Draft Discussion 

Post#41 » by nymets1 » Fri Apr 26, 2019 7:24 pm

The Regime wrote:Man that's crazy...we'll get to see the 3rd overall pick (Darnold), 7th overall pick (Allen), and 10th overall pick (Rosen) from 2018 all in the same division. Somewhere out there Brady is smirking at the thought of that.


Brady can't keep doing this much longer, He's getting close to age 45 with questionable weapons at WE and TE. The Running backs of Sony Michel and James White those are the best weapons offense and after that is debatable. Darnold, Rosen and Allen are not rookies anymore so its time for them to turn into respectable QB'S.
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Post#42 » by jwise44 » Sat Apr 27, 2019 12:27 am

How did greedy Williams fall to Cleveland in the second? I haven’t been watching cause worked latete the draft so any info they talked about?
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Post#43 » by Cactus Jack » Sat Apr 27, 2019 1:24 am

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Post#45 » by Fischella » Sat Apr 27, 2019 10:06 am

The Cards **** killed the draft, all of their picks were fantastic

Other teams that did awesome generally; Baltimore (trading down too), Buffalo, Carolina (Grier that low is a steal), Cleveland (Greedy+Ward), Denver (trading down and up, Risner, Lock, Fant), Green Bay (hated Gary but the rest was awesome), Jacksonville (until QWilliams who I do not know), LAC (two flawless picks), New England (Wino at 77th after trading down it's an A+++), NYJ, Philadelphia (even though a RB in the ~top50 is terrible value), Pittsburgh and Tennessee (what a haul)
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft Discussion 

Post#46 » by Fischella » Sat Apr 27, 2019 10:07 am

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The Regime wrote:Man that's crazy...we'll get to see the 3rd overall pick (Darnold), 7th overall pick (Allen), and 10th overall pick (Rosen) from 2018 all in the same division. Somewhere out there Brady is smirking at the thought of that.


Brady can't keep doing this much longer, He's getting close to age 45 with questionable weapons at WE and TE. The Running backs of Sony Michel and James White those are the best weapons offense and after that is debatable. Darnold, Rosen and Allen are not rookies anymore so its time for them to turn into respectable QB'S.

Brady will hit a wall eventually, could be this year or next, and then the Pats would be in a pickle, but they are likely going to get a developmental QB at some point, or sign a Bridgewater type, and they know what they are doing clearly
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Post#47 » by Pharmcat » Sat Apr 27, 2019 1:47 pm

the Pats KILLED this draft....they are going to repeat unless Brady gets hurt or falls off a cliff
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Post#48 » by kdawg32086 » Sat Apr 27, 2019 4:07 pm

Day 3 is here! This is the day that will decide the elite teams of the next decade.
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Post#49 » by jwise44 » Sat Apr 27, 2019 6:52 pm

I hope Benny snell does well in Pitt
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Post#50 » by nymets1 » Sat Apr 27, 2019 7:44 pm

I'm waiting for the next UCF baller to be drafted, We got great prospects Dredrick Snelson, Matt Loudermilk, Matthew Wright, Rashard Causey, etc
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Post#51 » by Cactus Jack » Sat Apr 27, 2019 7:59 pm

Fischella wrote:The Cards **** killed the draft, all of their picks were fantastic

Murray was a no brainer. But....Rounds 1-5 are over and the Arizona Cardinals have yet to draft any O-line players. :wink:

Giants get an F just for the Daniel Jones pick alone.

Washington, Jacksonville & NE had great drafts.
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Post#52 » by jwise44 » Sat Apr 27, 2019 9:23 pm

Texans drafted my friends cousin. That’s pretty cool. Didn’t think he had a chance to get drafted
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft Discussion 

Post#53 » by nymets1 » Sat Apr 27, 2019 11:03 pm

This NFL draft told me Trysten Hill is way better than any of our draft prospects. That sh-t pisses me off. Even though that guys like Dredrick Snelson,Matt Loudermilk, Matthew Wright, Rashard Causey,etc play different positions than Trysten Hill, all of them are just as talented at their respective positions as Trysten Hill. Our guys Snelson, Loudermilk,Wright,Causey,etc would smoke some of the guys that got drafted as well as the guys that didn't get drafted.
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Post#54 » by Buzzard » Sun Apr 28, 2019 12:13 am

B+
Falcons best move(s), getting two of the top offensive lineman before the 2nd round run on them began. The move up for a 2nd lineman was frowned on by a lot of fans from a excitement standpoint; but it turned out to be a rock solid strategy. It would have been slim pickings for the O Line had they stayed at 45.

The two running backs, Qadree Ollison and Marcus Green, will be keepers and nice rotation pieces with Freeman as the main guy. Green could be a day one starter as a return man. Great value here with both players.

Watch out for Defensive End Cominsky. Very smart, athletic. and plays with a mean streak. Could be one of the 3rd day defensive steals of the draft. Worse moves may be the two corners they took. Kendall Sheffield has all the speed but not very good cover skills. Jordan Miller has the cover skills. Quinn is taking over the D, so it is on him this year to see what kind of improvement is made.
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft Discussion 

Post#55 » by nymets1 » Sun Apr 28, 2019 4:09 am

Buzzard wrote:B+
Falcons best move(s), getting two of the top offensive lineman before the 2nd round run on them began. The move up for a 2nd lineman was frowned on by a lot of fans from a excitement standpoint; but it turned out to be a rock solid strategy. It would have been slim pickings for the O Line had they stayed at 45.

The two running backs, Qadree Ollison and Marcus Green, will be keepers and nice rotation pieces with Freeman as the main guy. Green could be a day one starter as a return man. Great value here with both players.

Watch out for Defensive End Cominsky. Very smart, athletic. and plays with a mean streak. Could be one of the 3rd day defensive steals of the draft. Worse moves may be the two corners they took. Kendall Sheffield has all the speed but not very good cover skills. Jordan Miller has the cover skills. Quinn is taking over the D, so it is on him this year to see what kind of improvement is made.


And the Falcons signed Rashard Causey undrafted free agent who will be better than any of the guys you drafted.
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft Discussion 

Post#56 » by Buzzard » Sun Apr 28, 2019 4:55 am

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Buzzard wrote:B+
Falcons best move(s), getting two of the top offensive lineman before the 2nd round run on them began. The move up for a 2nd lineman was frowned on by a lot of fans from a excitement standpoint; but it turned out to be a rock solid strategy. It would have been slim pickings for the O Line had they stayed at 45.

The two running backs, Qadree Ollison and Marcus Green, will be keepers and nice rotation pieces with Freeman as the main guy. Green could be a day one starter as a return man. Great value here with both players.

Watch out for Defensive End Cominsky. Very smart, athletic. and plays with a mean streak. Could be one of the 3rd day defensive steals of the draft. Worse moves may be the two corners they took. Kendall Sheffield has all the speed but not very good cover skills. Jordan Miller has the cover skills. Quinn is taking over the D, so it is on him this year to see what kind of improvement is made.


And the Falcons signed Rashard Causey undrafted free agent who will be better than any of the guys you drafted.

I am not sold on that but the more we have in camp to evaluate, the merrier.
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft Discussion 

Post#57 » by Mamba Mentality » Mon Apr 29, 2019 7:09 pm

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The Regime wrote:Man that's crazy...we'll get to see the 3rd overall pick (Darnold), 7th overall pick (Allen), and 10th overall pick (Rosen) from 2018 all in the same division. Somewhere out there Brady is smirking at the thought of that.


Brady can't keep doing this much longer, He's getting close to age 45 with questionable weapons at WE and TE. The Running backs of Sony Michel and James White those are the best weapons offense and after that is debatable. Darnold, Rosen and Allen are not rookies anymore so its time for them to turn into respectable QB'S.


That's the same narrative that has been on repeat for the past five years. Until Brady is out the league I'm not giving anyone else in that division the benefit of the doubt.

I do like what the Jets have done this offseason though...
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft Discussion 

Post#58 » by atlantabbq99 » Sat May 4, 2019 1:46 pm

If the Giants drafted...

6. Josh Allen
17. Deandre Baker
30. Daniel Jones

would fans still be mad?
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft Discussion 

Post#59 » by GhostOfChicago » Thu May 9, 2019 12:23 am

jwise44 wrote:How did greedy Williams fall to Cleveland in the second? I haven’t been watching cause worked latete the draft so any info they talked about?


Late but, he's a bad tackler, worries about his short area speed(meaning he may struggle vs quicker receivers), and character concerns. Had bad interviews, didn't work out for teams or went for pre draft visits. Reminds me of Justin Gilbert who a couple of years ago the Browns took in round one.
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