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No mystery here. 

 

With the first pick, Bengals select Joe Burrow

 

Redskins are up @danlhart87

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Here is a surprise pick, I am predicting the lions trade Stafford for this pick.

 

Lions select Tua Tagovailoa.

 

Giants are up

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Dolphins miss out on Tua, but take the next best QB. 

 

Dolphins select Justin Herbert

 

Chargers are up

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QB run haha.

 

Panthers don't exactly need a Corner, but this is BPA

 

Panthers select Jeff Okudah

 

Cards are up

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I like D.J Chark, but I do think the jags need more weapons.

 

Jags select Jerry Jeudy

 

Browns are up

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This is perfect for the Jets because Darnold needs help.

 

Jets select Ceedee Lamb

 

Raiders are up

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Raiders select Jacob Eason QB 

 

Who is it gonna be... Brown or Kinlaw 

 

Colts up...

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1 minute ago, danlhart87 said:

Raiders select Jacob Eason QB 

 

Who is it gonna be... Brown or Kinlaw 

 

Colts up...

They get Brady on 2 year deal and draft Eason to groom to be successor 

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Tough one, but honestly I don't think you can go wrong here.

 

Colts select Javon Kinlaw

 

Bucs up

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Give the broncos some more pass rush.

 

Broncos select A.J Espensa

 

Falcons are up

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Maybe a weird pick for the cowboys, but this is BPA and make their LB Corp elite.

 

Cowboys select Isiah Simmons

 

Dolphins are up

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Give the raiders some pass rush help

 

Raiders select K'lavon Chaisson

 

Jags are up

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Eagles need WRs in the worst way

 

Eagles select Henry Ruggs

 

Bills are up

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Patriots love LBers so 

 

Patriots select Kenneth Murray

 

Saints are up

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I'll give the Vikings some DL help.

 

Vikings select Neville Gallimore

 

Dolphins are up

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Seahawks could be losing Clowney so,

 

Seahawks select Yetur Gross-Moss.

 

Ravens are up

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Titans need to find a TE.

 

Titans select Cole Kmet

 

Packers are up

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49ers can use some safety help especially if ward leaves

 

49ers select Grant Delpit

 

Chiefs are up

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28 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

Chiefs take JK Dobbins 

wanna try again me being odd

 

Sure let's do it.

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Redskins select Chase Young

 

Lions are up

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Let's change things up and give Jones a new weapon. 

 

Giants select Jerry Jeudy

 

Dolphins are up

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