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  1. I am here sorry - did my pick already happen?
  2. With the 95th pick the Patriots will take... Darius Leonard, LB, South Carolina St. @Clem-Dog / Buffalo Bills on the clock
  3. On the one hand - it goes without saying that OP is being ridiculous right now. On the other hand... The O-line probably will suck again unless we shake things up in a serious way. Hopefully Ballard has got some moves up his sleeve. We need multiple upgrades, and probably will have to invest an early round pick if we want to rely on the draft for an immediate starter.
  4. He's the Raiders best CB. Personally I'd just as soon re-sign Melvin, but I'm basing this mock partially on some of the ways we've tipped our hand already. You could be right - but I'm figuring Nelson doesn't make it out of the top 10.
  5. Trade: Colts trade 5th round pick and conditional 2019 3rd round pick to Dolphins for Ja’Wuan James (condition being if James re-signs with Colts after 2018). Dolphins are reportedly going to cut him if they can't find a trading partner, but I'd say it'd be worth a trade to not get into a bidding war for a solid upgrade at RT. Re-sign: Jack Mewhort - 4mil / 1yr - Give him a prove it deal, but be ready to sign a veteran backup who you'd feel okay with starting if he can't stay healthy. Pierre Dessir - 1.5 mil / 1yr - Proved to be good depth last year. Mike Person - 800k / 1yr - Same comment as for Dessir. I thought he filled in well. Free Agent Signing: T.J. Carrie, CB (Raiders) - 30mil / 4yr - Coming off a good year for Oakland, we could use an infusion at the CB1 position. Carrie is 27 and should be in his prime for a few more years. Demario Davis, LB (Jets) - 21mil / 3yr - Another player coming into his prime. Davis is coming off a good year for the Jets, and could play MLB in our defense. Paul Richardson, WR (Seahawks) - 28mil / 4yr - A speedy receiver who has been trending upward over the course of his career. The Colts could offer a more receiver friendly offense than the Seahawks did. Dontari Poe, DL (Falcons) - 18mil / 3yr - Poe signed a "prove it" deal last year, and played well after receiving little interest on the open market. He's a high risk, high reward signing but can be a terrific interior disruptor. Dion Lewis, RB (Patriots) - 15mil / 3yr - A super shifty running back who has durability concerns. Lewis has been fantastic for the Patriots over the past could seasons, and can be a good part of our re-vamped backfield. Senio Kelemete, OL (Saints) 6mil / 2yr - Here's the veteran backup I mentioned when discussing Mewhort. Kelemete is a solid pass protector who is best at guard but can cover RT in an emergency. Virgil Green, TE (Broncos) 5mil / 2yr - Not a sexy signing, but a terrific blocking tight end can make a difference in tight games down the stretch. Has a bit of receiving ability too, although is more of a blocker. Draft: *Colts trade pick 3 to Bills for picks 12, 22, 53, 2019 2nd round pick 12 - Roquan Smith, LB, Georgia - An elite linebacker prospect who can cover and is a tackling machine. 22 - Isaiah Wynn, OL, Georgia - Double dipping on the Bulldogs and going with a great prospect who can both pass protect and run block at a very high level. 36 - Josh Sweat, Edge, Florida St. - The most athletic edge rusher at the combine, this guy has an advanced skill set and reportedly really loves the game and is a great student of it. 53 - Nathan Shepherd, DL, Fort Hayes St. - A small school gem who tore up the senior bowl and had a good combine. 67 - Rashad Penny, RB, San Diego St. - Another smaller school prospect, who will give us a bigger back who is also very elusive and fits a west coast offense. 104 - J’Mon Moore, WR, Missouri - This guy will give us some size at receiver - and minus his 40 yard dash he had an awesome combine. 178 - Oren Burks, LB, Vanderbilt - An athletic linebacker with good coverage skills (played safety his first 2 years of college). 221 - Arrion Springs, CB, Oregon - An underrated combine snub who defended 42 passes over the past 3 years for the Ducks including 18 in 2017. Projected Roster: Projected Offense: QB: A. Luck, J. Brissett RB: D. Lewis, R. Penny, M. Mack, R. Turbin WR: T. Hilton, P. Richardson, C. Rogers, J. Moore TE: J. Doyle, V. Green, E. Swoope OT: A. Castonzo, J. James, J. Haeg, D. Good OG: I. Wynn, J. Mewhort, S. Kelemete C: R. Kelly, M. Person Projected Defense: NT: D. Poe, A. Woods DT: J. Hankins, H. Anderson, H. Ridgeway, N. Shepherd DE: J. Sheard, J. Sweat, J. Simon, T. Basham LB: D. Davis, R. Smith, J. George, A. Walker, O. Burks S: M. Hooker, C. Geathers, M. Farley, T. Green CB: T. Carrie, Q. Wilson, N. Hairston, P. Dessir, A. Springs Projected Special Teams: K: A. Vinatieri P: R. Sanchez LS: L. Rhodes
  6. Looking Back How Lucky Were We?

    In pass pro maybe, but it won't save our poor run blocking over the past several years (which is I believe the real problem)
  7. Pick 63 - the New England Patriots select: Tyrell Crosby, OL, Oregon Browns and @CR91 on the clock.
  8. Patriots select... Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn St. Redskins - @SolidGold on the clock
  9. I'm very high on Wynn. I don't think he's as good as Nelson, but I think in a normal draft he'd be the best guard. I've actually never watched Kolton Miller, so I can't speak much to his technique. I do know that he crushed the combine athletic testing and he's 6' 8 5/8" tall... That reads like a tackle all the way at the next level (left or right), whereas Wynn seems like specifically a LG to me. Seems like a good pick, but I haven't actually watched him lol.
  10. Vikings took him Edit: sorry for double post lol
  11. With the 31st pick in the 2018 NFL draft the New England Patriots choose... Josh Sweat, Defensive End, Florida St. @PrincetonTiger Eagles are on the clock