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Just doing a flash mock draft amongst the 3 of us. Rounds 1 and 2 to begin with, and we will go from there.

 

@danlhart87 takes letters A through D (11 teams)

 

Arizona Cardinals
Atlanta Falcons
Baltimore Ravens
Buffalo Bills
Carolina Panthers
Chicago Bears
Cincinnati Bengals
Cleveland Browns
Dallas Cowboys
Denver Broncos
Detroit Lions

 

@EastStreet takes the next 11 teams alphabetically

 

Green Bay Packers
Houston Texans
Indianapolis Colts
Jacksonville Jaguars
Kansas City Chiefs
Los Angeles Chargers
Los Angeles Rams
Miami Dolphins
Minnesota Vikings
New England Patriots
New Orleans Saints

 

Me, @chad72 will take the last 10 teams alphabetically

 

New York Giants
New York Jets
Oakland Raiders
Philadelphia Eagles
Pittsburgh Steelers
San Francisco 49ers
Seattle Seahawks
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tennessee Titans
Washington Redskins

 

 

Round 1

1.     Cincinnati (2-14)

2.     Washington (3-13)

3.     Detroit (3-12-1)

4.     New York Giants (4-11)

5.     Miami (5-11)

6.     Los Angeles Chargers (5-11)

7.     Carolina (5-11)

8.     Arizona (5-10-1)

9.     Jacksonville (6-10)

10.  Cleveland (6-10)

11.  New York Jets (7-9)

12.  Las Vegas (7-9)

13.  Indianapolis (7-9)

14.  Tampa Bay (7-9)

15.  Denver (7-9)

16.  Atlanta (7-9)

17.  Dallas (8-8)

18.  Miami - from Pittsburgh (8-8)

19.  Las Vegas - from Chicago (8-8)

20.  Jacksonville - from Los Angeles Rams (9-7)

21.  Philadelphia* (9-7)

22.  Buffalo* (10-6)

23.  New England* (12-4)

24.  New Orleans* (13-3)

25.  Minnesota* (10-6)

26.  Miami - from Houston* (10-6)

27.  Seattle* (11-5)

28.  Baltimore* (14-2)

29.  Tennessee* (9-7)

30.  Green Bay* (13-3)

31.  San Francisco* (13-3)

32.  Kansas City* (12-4)


 

·       Chicago -> Las Vegas: Khalil Mack

·       Houston -> Miami: Laremy Tunsil

·       LA Rams -> Jacksonville: Jalen Ramsey

·       Pittsburgh -> Miami: Minkah Fitzpatrick

 

Round 2

1.     Cincinnati (2-14)

2.     Indianapolis - from Washington (3-13)

3.     Detroit (3-12-1)

4.     New York Giants (4-11)

5.     Los Angeles Chargers (5-11)

6.     Carolina (5-11)

7.     Miami (5-11)

8.     Arizona (5-10-1)

9.     Cleveland (6-10)

10.  Jacksonville (6-10)

11.  Chicago - from Las Vegas (7-9)

12.  Indianapolis (7-9)

13.  Tampa Bay (7-9)

14.  Denver (7-9)

15.  Atlanta (7-9)

16.  New York Jets (7-9)

17.  Pittsburgh (8-8)

18.  Chicago (8-8)

19.  Dallas (8-8)

20.  Los Angeles Rams (9-7)

21.  Philadelphia* (9-7)

22.  Buffalo* (10-6)

23.  Atlanta - from New England* (12-4)

24.  Miami - from New Orleans* (13-3)

25.  Houston* (10-6)

26.  Minnesota* (10-6)

27.  Seattle* (11-5)

28.  Baltimore* (14-2)

29.  Tennessee* (9-7)

30.  Green Bay* (13-3)

31.  Kansas City - from San Francisco* (13-3)

32.  Seattle - from Kansas City* (12-4)


 

·       Kansas City -> Seattle: Frank Clark

·       Las Vegas -> Chicago: Khalil Mack

·       New England -> Atlanta: Mohamed Sanu

·       New Orleans -> Miami: 2019 2nd-round pick

·       San Francisco -> Kansas City: Dee Ford

·       Washington -> Indianapolis: Montez Sweat

 

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With the 15th pick, Indy picks    Javon Kinlaw DL SOUTH CAROLINA • SR • 6'5" / 324 LBS   Dirty Birds on the clock

He got Kinlaw,  Carr, and pick 53 for pick 13, 34, and 44.  It was a good series of trades.   You have to assume that LVR would not trade Carr for 34 but wanted a first (which was pick 21). 

@danlhart87 is delayed on the bus with the new Las Vegas Raiders cheerleaders.  

With the #5 pick, Miami stays the course and takes QB Tua Tagovailoa from the semi pro team Crimson Tide, knowing he will sit out, the team will stink again, and they will draft well next year too.

 

With the #6 pick, the Chargers, who love Love, pick Justin Herbert from the University of Nike, as he is the most ready now option. 

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Round 1

 

1.     Cincinnati (2-14) - Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

2.     Washington (3-13) - Chase Young, DE, Ohio State

3.     Detroit (3-12-1) - Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State

4.     New York Giants (4-11) - Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

5.     Miami (5-11) - Tua Tagovailova, QB, Alabama

6.     Los Angeles Chargers (5-11) - Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

7.     Carolina (5-11) - Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson

8.     Arizona (5-10-1) - Jedrick Willis, OT, Alabama

9.     Jacksonville (6-10) - Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn

10.  Cleveland (6-10) - Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

11.  New York Jets (7-9) - Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

12.  Las Vegas (7-9) - Jordan Love, QB, Utah State

13.  Indianapolis (7-9) - traded to Philadelphia (9-7) - Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

14.  Tampa Bay (7-9) - Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

15.  Denver (7-9)

16.  Atlanta (7-9)

17.  Dallas (8-8)

18.  Miami - from Pittsburgh (8-8)

19.  Las Vegas - from Chicago (8-8)

20.  Jacksonville - from Los Angeles Rams (9-7)

21.  Philadelphia* (9-7) - traded to Indianapolis (7-9)

22.  Buffalo* (10-6)

23.  New England* (12-4)

24.  New Orleans* (13-3)

25.  Minnesota* (10-6)

26.  Miami - from Houston* (10-6)

27.  Seattle* (11-5)

28.  Baltimore* (14-2)

29.  Tennessee* (9-7)

30.  Green Bay* (13-3)

31.  San Francisco* (13-3)

32.  Kansas City* (12-4)

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Round 1

 

1.     Cincinnati (2-14) - Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

2.     Washington (3-13) - Chase Young, DE, Ohio State

3.     Detroit (3-12-1) - Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State

4.     New York Giants (4-11) - Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

5.     Miami (5-11) - Tua Tagovailova, QB, Alabama

6.     Los Angeles Chargers (5-11) - Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

7.     Carolina (5-11) - Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson

8.     Arizona (5-10-1) - Jedrick Willis, OT, Alabama

9.     Jacksonville (6-10) - Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn

10.  Cleveland (6-10) - Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

11.  New York Jets (7-9) - Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

12.  Las Vegas (7-9) - Jordan Love, QB, Utah State

13.  Indianapolis (7-9) - traded to Philadelphia (9-7) - Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

14.  Tampa Bay (7-9) - Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

15.  Denver (7-9) - traded to Indianapolis for #34 and #44 - Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina

16.  Atlanta (7-9) - Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma

17.  Dallas (8-8) - Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

18.  Miami - from Pittsburgh (8-8) - A.J. Epenesa, DE, Iowa

19.  Las Vegas - from Chicago (8-8) - CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

20.  Jacksonville - from Los Angeles Rams (9-7) - Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU

21.  Philadelphia* (9-7) - traded to Indianapolis (7-9) - traded to Oakland (for Carr) - C J Henderson, CB, Florida

22.  Buffalo* (10-6)

23.  New England* (12-4)

24.  New Orleans* (13-3)

25.  Minnesota* (10-6)

26.  Miami - from Houston* (10-6)

27.  Seattle* (11-5)

28.  Baltimore* (14-2)

29.  Tennessee* (9-7)

30.  Green Bay* (13-3)

31.  San Francisco* (13-3)

32.  Kansas City* (12-4)

 

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with the 23rd pick, New England takes

Tee Higgins WR

Clemson   Jr      6-4    216

 

with the 24th pick, New Orleans takes

CJ Henderson CB

FLORIDA • JR • 6'1" / 204 LBS

 

with the 25th pick, Minnesota takes

Josh Jones OL

HOUSTON • SR • 6'5" / 319 LBS

 

with the 26 pick, Miami takes

D'Andre Swift  RB

Georgia  Jr  5-8  212

 

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