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  1. Who, besides Burrow, are the most accurate college qbs in the draft? It isn’t Love.
  2. Draftek has Aiyuk at 90 on its big board. May be able to get him in the 3rd. There is a lot of big and tall WRs that can be had in the 4th round on down. They just need to have good hands so the can catch JBs fastballs.
  3. I like your picks. I am one of the few that hopes he goes Kinlaw or Brown with the 1st pick. Pick up a decent RT with the 2A pick and get another good 3T DT with the 2b pick. Keep building the trenches especially with the uncertainty of AC. Try to get a good QB and WR with our 3rd and 4th. Maybe CB can work some magic in the mid rounds.
  4. Justin Madubuike with second 2nd round pick Swift or Taylor with our 34th to play when Mack is out with injuries. Kinlaw with 1st
  5. Curiously enough, Fromm and Btissett had almost identical numbers their last year in college, but Fromm did have a 67% completion rate his sophomore year. Regardless, the top 10 qbs in this year’s draft have a higher completion percentage than Brissett did his last year in college. I think Huntley compares closely to Russell Wilson. Maybe he is worth a shot in the 4th if he is still there. Or Gordon from WSU. Tannehill and Cousins have just proven that a change of scenery can do a slumping veteran a lot of good. Ballard and Reich need to figure out who that stop gap qb will be. Manning, Dalton, Carr, Newton, Brady, or whoever. Anyone but Brissett.
  6. The stats above are all from their senior year in college.
  7. Here is a quick breakdown of the 4 qbs Reich has recently worked with in terms of completions, attempts, interceptions, completion %. Luck 288 404 10 71.3% Brissett 237 395 6 60% Foles 387 560 14 69.1% Wentz 130 208 4 62.5% Burrow 371 478 6 77.6% Huntley 270 301 4 73% Gordon 493 687 16 71.8% Tua 180 352 3 71.4% Hurts 237 340 8 69.7% Herbert 286 428 6 66.8% Ehlinger 296 454 10 65.2% Eason 260 405 8 64.2% Love 293 473 17 61.9% Fromm 234 385 5 60.8% Notable NFL QB College Stats (all these stats are senior year stats) Wilson 225 309 4 72.8% Mahomes 388 591 10 65.7% Brady 180 295 6 61% Brees 309 512 12 60.4% Manning 287 477 11 60.2% Takeaways? My take away = total crapshoot.
  8. bigt

    Desir

    He needs to start drafting DL. Forget about linebackers, cbs, and safeties until he builds the trenches. Hunt, Autry, Grover, & Lewis. No wonder our secondary looks like garbage.
  9. bigt

    Ballard

    What FA’s would want to sign with this dumpster fire. We have FA’s now kicking themselves for coming here.
  10. Tyler Huntley looks like the real deal out of Utah, but he is only 6 1. He has a ridiculous completion percentage, 14 tds to 2 interceptions.
  11. Everyone wants the kid out of GA, but there are 3 college kickers that are at least as good as Blankenship. Dominik Eberle out of Utah State looks like the real deal.
  12. We will just have to go run heavy. Put Haeg in as a 6th blocker and use a fullback
  13. I saw that PFF had Michael Onwenu as one of their midway point All American guards. I know Ben Bredesen was ranked pretty high on draft boards as far as guards go, but apparently his counterpart is the best guard currently blazing trails for the RBs. The RBs have got 2 yards past the line of scrimmage before a defender makes 1st contact running behind Owenu. I thought Bredesen looked huge in pads then I saw Onwenu. 6’3”. 375 lbs. If we are going to “run the damn ball”, he might look good wearing the horseshoe next year.
  14. I was hoping we could get Kinlaw and Raekwon. With this PFF draft, all the DL difference makers are taken in 1st round. I like Gallimore as well. Maybe we can get a good edge rusher and CB with our 2 2nd round picks.
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