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Just now, NFLfan said:

Lol. You can't have Cohen. 

 

Are you interested in any UDFAs? Is Ben Boulware still there?

Lol we need a FA system above first come first serve. He is a target as far as im concerned. I really dont care you called him first, if im being honest. But Id have had a small bid war against you if the opportunity arose.

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55 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

@21isSuperman My 6th round pick (#199) is not listed. It was Dylan Cole, LB, Missouri St.

 

52 minutes ago, PrincetonTiger said:

Same here 

 

KCs were

 Edge Hunter Dimick Utah

 

and

 

WR Damore'ea Stringfellow Mississippi 

 

 

43 minutes ago, OffensivelyPC said:

@21isSuperman Fyi, titans drafted Rober Davis here 

 

Fixed it.  I missed a handful of picks, so I added all of those in.  Thanks for catching that!

 

 

3 minutes ago, PrincetonTiger said:

That takes the Panthers grade from an A- or B+ to the C-D range

 

2 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

 

Grade: B

He is only one player.

I'm biased, of course, but I really like what I did with the Panthers.  Had this news about Brentley come out earlier, I wouldn't have taken him.  But I still think I did a good job of fixing the weak links (OL) and adding more talent.  I don't think the Panthers are that far off from a Super Bowl, and the pieces they added here - Richard Sherman, Jimmy Graham, Cam Robinson - are all starters and I think they got good depth with their other picks.

 

I don't really like how things went with the Bills though.

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1 minute ago, 21isSuperman said:

 

 

Fixed it.  I missed a handful of picks, so I added all of those in.  Thanks for catching that!

 

 

 

I'm biased, of course, but I really like what I did with the Panthers.  Had this news about Brentley come out earlier, I wouldn't have taken him.  But I still think I did a good job of fixing the weak links (OL) and adding more talent.  I don't think the Panthers are that far off from a Super Bowl, and the pieces they added here - Richard Sherman, Jimmy Graham, Cam Robinson - are all starters and I think they got good depth with their other picks.

 

I don't really like how things went with the Bills though.

Great job 21

 

you had a tough break with The Brantley News but filled a lot of holes

 do .I get credit for the Golladay pick

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5 minutes ago, 21isSuperman said:

 

 

Fixed it.  I missed a handful of picks, so I added all of those in.  Thanks for catching that!

 

 

 

I'm biased, of course, but I really like what I did with the Panthers.  Had this news about Brentley come out earlier, I wouldn't have taken him.  But I still think I did a good job of fixing the weak links (OL) and adding more talent.  I don't think the Panthers are that far off from a Super Bowl, and the pieces they added here - Richard Sherman, Jimmy Graham, Cam Robinson - are all starters and I think they got good depth with their other picks.

 

I don't really like how things went with the Bills though.

 

I drafted tawo

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1 hour ago, 21isSuperman said:

Fixed it.  I missed a handful of picks, so I added all of those in.  Thanks for catching that!

I'm biased, of course, but I really like what I did with the Panthers.  Had this news about Brentley come out earlier, I wouldn't have taken him.  But I still think I did a good job of fixing the weak links (OL) and adding more talent.  I don't think the Panthers are that far off from a Super Bowl, and the pieces they added here - Richard Sherman, Jimmy Graham, Cam Robinson - are all starters and I think they got good depth with their other picks.

 

I don't really like how things went with the Bills though.

 

Actually, I do like your draft a lot. I like the drafts of our GMs better than those of the actual GMs. haha

 

I like many of the drafts. I like Baltimore's, Houston's, and KC's.

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