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Why am I out of likes for today when I haven't given any yet ):

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Fisher to Panthers? It's gotta be OL

That's who I'm thinking. But Clemmings still available too, right?

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Panthers trade up using a 3rd and 6th.

 

Keep that in mind for a potential trade up. 

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If Panthers get Diggy, it'll be the best pick so far. 

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Well we really need to get a big time impact D-Lineman or a Safety at 61, so with that said I think the most logical choice is to take a Tight End.

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Goldman is gone. I am sad.

Going to happen when the Colts get a WR in the first....

Sorry had to! :)

But for real. Gregory is best defensive player still on board. Went to high school in Indiana. Some off field baggage but seems like a great talent.

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Hell of a pick by the Titans. They could be solid next year and for a long time.

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Why am I out of likes for today when I haven't given any yet ):

I don't know all the details, but I think it works on 24 hour cycles.  So it doesn't reset every night at midnight, but rather looks at how many likes you've given in the last 24 hours

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Going to happen when the Colts get a WR in the first....

Sorry had to! :)

But for real. Gregory is best defensive player still on board. Went to high school in Indiana. Some off field baggage but seems like a great talent.

Agreed I think it is worth the risk now. We need a defensive playmaker and that is what he brings. Hopefully him or Ziggy.

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If Mariota pans out and turns into a good QB then we'll have some competition. Mariota at QB throwing to Green Beckham, Wright, and Hunter. That could be dangerous.

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Hell of a pick by the Titans. They could be solid next year and for a long time.

Still hard to say.  Both of the guys they've taken have big question marks.  Mariota needs to develop a lot, learn how to go through reads/progressions, etc.  DGB needs to stay out of trouble and develop his route running.  He's got great athletic ability, but is somewhat raw.  With that said, if both of their guys develop well, they could form a pretty scary duo in a few years

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If the Titans did not draft Mariota  then Beckham might actually be a weapon for the Titans, Oh well

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Tennessee now has Kendall Wright, DGB, Justin Hunter, Hakeem Nicks, and Harry Douglas at WR.

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learn how to go through reads/progressions, etc. 

 

 

SMH

 

Watch him play.

 

http://i2.wp.com/espngrantland.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/mariotaseam.gif

http://i0.wp.com/espngrantland.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/mariota5thread.gif

 

 

Or read this.

 

http://grantland.com/features/2015-nfl-draft-quarterback-evaluation-formula-jameis-winston-marcus-mariota-brett-hundley-bryce-petty/

 

Saying he doesn't go through progressions is flat out lazy analysis.  Especially when comparing him to Winston, who threw 18 picks staring down Greene every play.

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If nothing else it'll be interesting to see Benjamin and Funchess opposite one another. But they should have taken Fisher right there. Their O-Line is in bad shape.

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SMH

 

Watch him play.

 

http://i2.wp.com/espngrantland.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/mariotaseam.gif

http://i0.wp.com/espngrantland.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/mariota5thread.gif

 

 

Or read this.

 

http://grantland.com/features/2015-nfl-draft-quarterback-evaluation-formula-jameis-winston-marcus-mariota-brett-hundley-bryce-petty/

 

Saying he doesn't go through progressions is flat out lazy analysis.  Especially when comparing him to Winston, who threw 18 picks staring down Greene every play.

I don't see much reading progressions in that 2nd link.  To me, it looks like he's just staring one guy down until he gets open.  All that aside, the Oregon offense makes things easier for QBs.  FSU ran a pro style offense.  It's not lazy to say Mariota has more developing to do than Winston.

 

Panthers are going to have a huge group of receivers.  Funchess, Olsen, and Benjamin....I guess that's what happens when you have Cam's accuracy haha

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Colts are going to have some nice players available.  At least the guys I like. . . so I'll get to be disappointed two days in a row.

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Funch is a good player with a ton of potential but they already have Benjamin

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people are actually paid to make these decisions.

Pro sports: the only place you get paid millions, even when you're terrible at your job.

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Funch is a good player with a ton of potential but they already have Benjamin

They also have to deal with Cam's accuracy haha

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