I agree that CB doesn't release information about his draft thoughts. But scouts are a finite resource and CB would not waste that time sending scouts to multiple USU games as a smoke screen.
There are too many college players to scout and their jobs, literally, are on the line based on the results of what they can accomplish.
Well, outside of the Pirates...all the other teams have a shot at the divisional title, which is probably the only way a team from the NL Central will make the playoffs.
NL East is very strong and the D-Backs have improved enough to be a wild card, since LA will win that weak division again in 2020.
Chips and candy? Should be wings and cheese dip.
I'm also not a big fan of either team. I think San Fran will win because they don't seem to have a weakness. I'll be rooting for KC though. I'd like to see San Fran brew for another year. I like the way the Chiefs built their team more than how the 49rs did it (sucking for several years to get good draft picks).
Wouldn't it be nice to see what Ballard could do with these 1st round picks (remember they also had that high of a pick in the other rounds too):
2016 - 7, 28
2017 - 3, 31
2018 - 9
2019 - 2
They had to have win totals or 5, 2, 6, 4 for four years to get their team.
Benito Jones has been a favorite mid-round NT of mine and this write-up of him details why he's the most underrated DT in this draft at the moment. This is a very long breakdown with a lot of clips, but well worth the read for us draft freaks.
** Note: This was copy/pasted from a post on the NFL Draft subreddit from user Kubrick__ and is not my original work **