I love people doing mock drafts. But experience tells me trades happen. And not every GM would agree wither other GMs ( or fans, from well informed to parrots...) and so 'interesting' to unbelievable things happen at the draft. So I appreciate those that do them. I want to compare your top 12 to Pat Kirwan and Jim Miller's mock draft #4 top 12 (to me these are the 'game changers range). But they (as Kirwan was a front office guy) have trades in theirs. And this is how theirs played out-
Pat Kirwan and Jim Miller Mock draft #4 top 12-
Trevor Lawrence - Jags
Zac Wilson - Jets
Justin Fields - 49'ers
Kyle Pitts - Falcons (no QB, no trade!)
Penei Sewell - Bengals
Ja'Marr Chase - Dolphins
Trey Lance - WFT - via trade of 19, 51, 82 + Tim Settle to the Lions
Mac Jones - Bears via trade of 20, 52, 83, + Nick Foles to Panthers, also T. Bridgewater is traded from Carolina to the Broncos for their #40 pick
Jaylen Waddle - Broncos
Rashawn Slater - Chargers via trade of 13, 77
after top 10 then-
Christian Barmore - Giants
Patrick Surtain - Eagles
Interesting when different people and their thoughts of a teams best value while trying to fill needs comes into play. Thanks for your input.
I agree the pressure is on RYS.
I really wouldn't say Carrie "took" his snaps though.
Two things. Carrie earned rotational snaps. Also don't forget RYS had 2 concussions (one very early season, one very late season) and also had that mysterious illness (some speculated an appendicitis) later in the season too which called for surgery. RYS came back quickly, but his snaps were a bit limited when he did get back.
Also, Moore played outside about 10-15% of the time too, and when he did, Carrie was NB.
Overall, it was a weird year for RYS. He played man better than zone in 19, but some reviews said he played better zone than man in 20. We've been tweaking the scheme, and IMO it impacted several DBs (and LBs) in 20 (some positively, some negatively)