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  1. After hearing Ballard in a recent interview he stated his affinity for longer CBs, this leads me to believe he plans to restock if the fact we don't have any is not telling enough. Ballard will find an Edge rusher in the 2nd, and he'll have as much potential as any we could have selected in the 1st. These are subject to change but here are my current selections: Round 1 - #15 A) Gareon Conley – CB Ohio State, I have a feeling Ballard covets a #1 press corner B) Reuben Foster – ILB Alabama, Supposedly the next Ray Lewis C) Kevin King – CB Washington, See A Round 2 - #46 A) Takkarist Mckinley – OLB UCLA, Need and BPA collide B) Tyus Bowser – OLB Houston, See A Round 3 - #80 A) Sidney Jones – CB Washington, Could be a steal if he recovers B) Joe Mixon RB – RB Oklahoma, Andrew would flourish with him as a weapon Round 4 - #122 A) Nico Siragusa – OG SDSU, Would solidify depth on the interior B) Jayon Brown – OLB UCLA, Could develop into a Walden type ready for S/T Round 4 - #137 A) Shaquill Griffin – CB UCF, Another press corner B) Kareem Hunt – RB Toledo, Promising depth fills a need Round 4 - #144 A) Teez Tabor – CB Florida, Injury hampered workouts considering his talent it’s worth a look B) Kendell Beckwith – ILB LSU, Depth and S/T contributor Round 5 - #158 A) Tanoh Kpassagnon – DE Villanova, If he is keyed in he could be a monster B) Erik Magnuson – OT Michigan, Never hurts Free Agents: 3 choices A) Eric Saubert – TE Drake B) Elijah Lee – OLB Kansas State C) Storm Norton – OT Toledo
  2. Somebody in the 15-20 range could have conceived this type of deceptive ploy to cause him to drop, or not. I wonder how reliable the messenger, Shane Alexander, is.
  3. This is one of the better mocks I've seen. It would instantly revamp most of our glaring weaknesses on the defensive side, while adding a franchise RB. Sign me up!
  4. Dontari Poe signed a 1 year prove-it deal.
  5. LOL At the food reviews in Hankins' thread. All kidding aside I'm guessing he would love some pork tenderloins.
  6. And/or a nasty defense.
  7. No doubt. I believe there is about 50/50 chance that some of these misguided youths will mature. If there are legit concerns he could plummet like Burfict, however Williams' off-field character concerns could also be used as a smoke-screen by some. At the end of the day if CB approves I will support his decision.
  8. I would spend a 2nd tbh. Especially if his surgery went well.
  9. Makes you wonder if JJ knew this was a possibility all along but tried to trade him anyway. Props to Romo for a good career.
  10. Confora is a hack.
  11. I'm in the "if he gets enough touches camp," considering he would need at least 260 carries to get there. The problem however is that our offense needs more of a home-run hitter. Honestly, if we don't address this issue in the draft then I'd sign JCharles (1 yr/$ 5m) to compete with Gore and Turbin. I envision Gore softening the defense in the first half, then Charles taking over in the second half, while Turbin works short yardage and goal line the entire duration.
  12. Interesting scenario to say the least. I could live with the majority of these picks although I question Kupp in the third #80. I'd rather select another defensive prospect there. I also like the Foreman pick especially in the 4th #122. We'd be extremely fortunate.
  13. All three (Dickerson, Faulk, James) were great but I think Edge was the best Colt (Indy Era) because he was a primary cog in Peyton's legendary offense. Not to mention he was well on his way to a third straight rushing title until he got hurt. Regardless, he rebounded from his injury and forged a hof career. Check out the trade Jim Irsay made as GM to land Dickerson. Per Sports Illustrated: "Three teams were in on the Dickerson deal, which involved a damnably confusing realignment of talent, the repercussions of which are sure to affect the league for years and years, or at least until Mark Gastineau's next sack. The mastermind behind the blockbuster was Jim Irsay, the 28-year-old general manager of the Colts, who also happens to be the son of owner Robert Irsay. Follow this: Indianapolis traded the rights to rookie linebacker Cornelius Bennett, a No. 1 draft choice out of Alabama whom it had not been able to sign, to Buffalo for running back Greg Bell and the Bills' first-round draft picks in 1988 and '89 and their second-round pick in '89. The Colts then sent all they'd received from Buffalo, along with their own first-round draft pick in '88, their second-round choices in '88 and '89 and running back Owen Gill, to the Los Angeles Rams, who in turn packed Dickerson off to Indianapolis." It's also worth mentioning that he gave Seattle two first-round picks for Freddie Young a year later. That's three straight 1sts and two straight 2nds between 88-90 for five years of Dickerson and a bust at linebacker. lol
  14. Spot on.

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