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With FA wrapping up, its time to adjust the predictions

 

1. Cardinals- Kyler Murray QB Oklahoma

 

Cards will trade Rosen. Murray is the better athlete and better prospect. 

 

2. 49ers- Joey Bosa EDGE Ohio State

 

Easily the best prospect on the board and will give the 49ers their pass rush specialist opposite Ford.

 

3. TRADE Giants- Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

 

Giants get their QB of the future 

 

4. Raiders- Josh Allen EDGE Kentucky

 

Perfect replacement for Mack as the raiders struggled to get to the QB last year.

 

5. Bucs- Quinnen Williams DT Alabama

 

If Mccoy is gonna be released by the bucs, Williams is the perfect replacement.

 

6. Jets- D.K Metcalf WR Ole Miss

 

Jets get Darnold a monster weapon

 

7. Jags- Noah Fant TE Iowa

 

Very early for Fant, but I think his combine performance will make teams interested also Foles loves throwing to TEs

 

8. Lions- Rashan Gary EDGE Michigan

 

Lions have Gary in their own backyard and Patricia knows to build in the trenches

 

9.TRADE Redskins- Drew Lock QB Missouri

 

Redskins jump ahead of the Broncos to get their QB. Broncos are rumored to want Lock so they jump ahead to get their guy

 

10. Broncos- Greedy Williams CB LSU

 

Broncos are aging in the secondary and go after the top CB

 

11. Bengals- Devin White LB LSU

 

Bengals need to start reworking their defense and they get the leader of their defense

 

12. Packers- Clelin Ferrell EDGE Clemson

 

Add to the packers pass rush after losing Clay Mathews and Nick Perry 

 

13. Dolphins- Daniel Jones QB Duke

 

Dolphins luck out and have one of the top four QBs fall to them

 

14. Falcons- Montaze Sweat EDGE Mississippi State

 

Falcons get some help for Vic Beasly

 

15. Bills- Ed Oliver DT Houston

 

A steal for the bills after trading down and allows them to booster their pass rush

 

16. Panthers- Jonah Williams OT Alabama

 

Cam Newton has been getting hit too much and needs help on the oline

 

17. Giants- Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma

 

Giants got their QB, now they get a WR to replace Beckham

 

18. Vikings- Jawaan Taylor OT Florida

 

Vikings need to booster their oline to give Cousins and Cook some help

 

19. Titans- T.J Hockenson TE Iowa

 

The titans need a new TE to replace Walker who is 34 and injury prone

 

20. Steelers- Devin Bush LB Michigan

 

Steelers need a new face in the middle of their defense after losing Ryan Shazier

 

21. Seahawks- Greg Little OT Ole Miss

 

Wilson needs some help on the oline for years now and getting Little at 21 is a steal

 

22. Ravens- A.J Brown WR Ole Miss 

 

The Ravens give Jackson some help and try to get it right at WR

 

23. Texans- Cody Ford G/T Oklahoma

 

Watson has been sacked constantly and needs to get protected

 

24. Raiders- Christian Wilkins DT Clemson

 

Raiders are able to add more to their pass rush after getting Josh Allen

 

25. Eagles- Deandre Baker CB Georgia 

 

Eagles need a lot of help in the secondary and Baker falls due to rumors of him having "bad interviews"

 

26. Colts- Brian Burns EDGE Florida State

 

Ballard loves his pass rushers even with the addition of Houston and maybe Ray. Sheard is also on the last year of his contract and would save 8 mil if cut. 

 

27. Raiders- Byron Murphy CB Washington

 

Raiders continue to rebuild their defense

 

28. Chargers- Rock Ya-Sin CB Temple

 

Maybe alittle early for Ya-Sin, but the chargers need secondary help

 

29. Chiefs- Jachai Polite EDGE Florida

 

Chiefs lost both Houston and Ford and need to add to their pass rush

 

30. Packers- Nasir Adderley S Delaware

 

Packers worked on their CB last year and got their pass rusher earlier and now they keep working on their secondary

 

31. Rams- Dexter Lawrence DT Clemson

 

Rams replace Suh on the dline

 

32. Patriots- Parris Campbell WR Ohio State

 

I hate myself for doing this, but I think Campbell's Combine propels him into the first round. BB loves creating mismatches and Mcdaniels will use Campbell in a lot of different ways to create mismatches

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I like Burns...... I keep thinking that he will be gone before our pick.....

 

I would be happy with this draft

 

He needs some time in the weightroom

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Great draft.  Burns would be great at 26.  I find it hard to believe Jacobs will fall out of the 1st. rd though.  I would have thought Eagles or Raiders somewhere.  If he does he could be a choice at 34.  

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Based on their Free Agency moves, I think the Bengals will trade down and then draft a punter in the late 1st.

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19 hours ago, boo2202 said:

Andre dillard in 2nd?

true lol if this happened I'd take him at 26 9 times out of 10

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22 hours ago, boo2202 said:

Andre dillard in 2nd?

 

I wanted to give the texans Dillard, but Ford is versatile and they need help all over the line

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11 minutes ago, CR91 said:

 

I wanted to give the texans Dillard, but Ford is versatile and they need help all over the line

Yea I would love for the first round to play out like this. Burns would be an ideal pick at #26 then if Dillard was there at #34 that would be a homerun imo.

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