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Based on 2020 Draft order with traded picks reversed, every current NFL player is available, and salary caps don't matter here. 128 players total. Only drafted through four rounds.  Colts selecting at 13 via Mike Wells (Reporter).

 

Drafted by Mike Wells, Colts reporter

Round 1 (13): Joe Burrow, QB
Round 2 (52): Zach Ertz, TE
Round 3 (77): Quenton Nelson, G
Round 4 (116): Darius Leonard, ILB

 

Round 1

1. Cincinnati: Patrick Mahomes, QB
2. Washington: Russell Wilson, QB
3. Detroit: Lamar Jackson, QB
4. N.Y. Giants: Deshaun Watson, QB
5. Miami: Aaron Donald, DT
6. L.A. Chargers: Ronnie Stanley, OT
7. Carolina: Joey Bosa, DE
8. Arizona: Drew Brees, QB
9. Jacksonville: Dak Prescott, QB
10. Cleveland: Nick Bosa, DE
11. N.Y. Jets: Carson Wentz, QB
12. Las Vegas: Aaron Rodgers, QB
13. Indianapolis: Joe Burrow, QB
14. Tampa Bay: Tom Brady, QB
15. Denver: Drew Lock, QB
16. Atlanta: Matt Ryan, QB
17. Dallas: Kyler Murray, QB
18. Pittsburgh: Teddy Bridgewater, QB
19. Chicago: Jimmy Garoppolo, QB
20. L.A. Rams: Christian McCaffrey, RB
21. Philadelphia: Baker Mayfield, QB
22. Buffalo: Michael Thomas, WR
23. New England: Sam Darnold, QB
24. New Orleans: Khalil Mack, OLB
25. Minnesota: Ryan Tannehill, QB
26. Houston: DeAndre Hopkins, WR
27. Seattle: Mike Evans, WR
28. Baltimore: Matthew Stafford, QB
29. Tennessee: Tyreek Hill, WR
30. Green Bay: Tua Tagovailoa, QB
31. San Francisco: George Kittle, TE
32. Kansas City: Stephon Gilmore, CB

 

Round 2

33. Kansas City: Dalvin Cook, RB
34. San Francisco: Myles Garrett, DE
35. Green Bay: David Bakhtiari, OT
36. Tennessee: Cam Newton, QB
37. Baltimore: Julio Jones, WR
38. Seattle: Jalen Ramsey, CB
39. Houston: Saquon Barkley, RB
40. Minnesota: Davante Adams, WR
41. New Orleans: Ryan Ramczyk, OT
42. New England: T.J. Watt, OLB
43. Buffalo: Josh Allen, QB
44. Philadelphia: Chase Young, DE
45. L.A. Rams: Bobby Wagner, ILB
46. Chicago: Derrick Henry, RB
47. Pittsburgh: Minkah Fitzpatrick, S
48. Dallas: Tyron Smith, OT
49. Atlanta: Cameron Jordan, DE
50. Denver: Travis Kelce, TE
51. Tampa Bay: Alvin Kamara, RB
52. Indianapolis: Zach Ertz, TE
53. Las Vegas: Von Miller, OLB
54. N.Y. Jets: Odell Beckham Jr., WR
55. Cleveland: Justin Herbert, QB
56. Jacksonville: Danielle Hunter, DE
57. Arizona: Chandler Jones, DE
58. Carolina: DeForest Buckner, DE
59. L.A. Chargers: Za'Darius Smith, OLB
60. Miami: Ezekiel Elliott, RB
61. N.Y. Giants: Yannick Ngakoue , DE
62. Detroit: Derwin James, S
63. Washington: Shaquil Barrett, DE
64. Cincinnati: Josh Allen, DE

 

Round 3

65. Cincinnati: Laremy Tunsil, OT
66. Washington: Trent Williams, OT
67. Detroit: Tre'Davious White, CB
68. N.Y. Giants: Terron Armstead, OT
69. Miami: Kirk Cousins, QB
70. L.A. Chargers: Daniel Jones, QB
71. Carolina: Jarrett Stidham, QB
72. Arizona: A.J. Green, WR
73. Jacksonville: JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR
74. Cleveland: Chris Godwin, WR
75. N.Y. Jets: Bradley Chubb, OLB
76. Las Vegas: Josh Jacobs, RB
77. Indianapolis: Quenton Nelson, G
78. Tampa Bay: Chris Jones, DT
79. Denver: Isaiah Simmons, ILB
80. Atlanta: CeeDee Lamb, WR
81. Dallas: Keenan Allen, WR
82. Pittsburgh: Mitchell Schwartz, OT
83. Chicago: Jerry Jeudy, WR
84. L.A. Rams: Jared Goff, QB
85. Philadelphia: Lane Johnson, OT
86. Buffalo: Matthew Judon, OLB
87. New England: Amari Cooper, WR
88. New Orleans: Jamal Adams, S
89. Minnesota: Arik Armstead, DE
90. Houston: Derek Carr, QB
91. Seattle: Ben Roethlisberger, QB
92. Baltimore: J.J. Watt, DE
93. Tennessee: Fletcher Cox, DT
94. Green Bay: Darius Slay, CB
95. San Francisco: Jameis Winston, QB
96. Kansas City: Nick Chubb, RB

 

Round 4

97. Kansas City: Tyrod Taylor, QB
98. San Francisco: Grady Jarrett, DT
99. Green Bay: Justin Tucker, K
100. Tennessee: Jaire Alexander, CB
101. Baltimore: Stefon Diggs, WR
102. Seattle: DeMarcus Lawrence, DE
103. Houston: Tyrann Mathieu, S
104. Minnesota: Harrison Smith, S
105. New Orleans: Philip Rivers, QB
106. New England: Frank Clark, DE
107. Buffalo: Micah Hyde, S
108. Philadelphia: A.J. Brown, WR
109. L.A. Rams: Dante Fowler Jr., DE
110. Chicago: Eddie Jackson, S
111. Pittsburgh: DK Metcalf, WR
112. Dallas: Maxx Crosby, DE
113. Atlanta: Jeff Okudah, CB
114. Denver: Courtland Sutton, WR
115. Tampa Bay: Kenny Golladay, WR
116. Indianapolis: Darius Leonard, ILB
117. Las Vegas: Henry Ruggs III, WR
118. N.Y. Jets: Zack Martin, G
119. Cleveland: Jarvis Landry, WR
120. Jacksonville: Marshon Lattimore, CB
121. Arizona: Patrick Peterson, CB
122. Carolina: Jedrick Wills Jr., OT
123. L.A. Chargers: Brandon Brooks, G
124. Miami: Kevin Byard, S
125. N.Y. Giants: Allen Robinson II, WR
126. Detroit: DJ Moore, WR
127. Washington: Terry McLaurin, WR
128. Cincinnati: Tyler Lockett, WR

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1 minute ago, Rackeen305 said:

With 'zero salary cap' to worry about...Give me Khalil Mack and I'll wreck havoc on your 1-32 (offensive players) lol.

Ertz really the only pick I have an issue with. Way to early for a TE.

 

Von Miller

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48 minutes ago, w87r said:

Ertz really the only pick I have an issue with. Way to early for a TE.

 

Von Miller

Zeke

Biggest surprise pick in 1st round? Its kinda funny that Dak at 9 is right behind Brees at 8

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29 minutes ago, Rackeen305 said:

Biggest surprise pick in 1st round? Its kinda funny that Dak at 9 is right behind Brees at 8

I think Stanley going #6 might be it?

 

As far as Dak vs Drew

 

Drew clearly has the edge for a season, but long haul gotta take Dak.

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Just now, Clem-Dog said:

Buckner

Yeah I saw him there, but I was like damn 3 of 4 picks are on the Colts in real life. Cant do that. Lol.

 

Guess thats a good thing though, in real life.

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19 hours ago, w87r said:

I think Stanley going #6 might be it?

 

As far as Dak vs Drew

 

Drew clearly has the edge for a season, but long haul gotta take Dak.

Honestly I was like, either I really don't know how good OT Stanley is or he's the best olinemen in football. And if the second is true, the Ravens are going to be a problem for many years to come. Combine there historically good defense with a top QB and my fav player coming out of the draft RB JK Dobbins.

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9 hours ago, WoolMagnet said:

Possibly the dumbest thing i’ve ever seen.

 

That's a little harsh, I mean it is the offseason with nothing better to discuss (football-wise).  But this is definitely a weird exercise.  And the picks don't even make sense.

 

If every team is starting from scratch, aren't the first 32 picks all going to be QB?  That's the only position in the game of football that you "build a team around".  It makes no sense that 12 of the teams selected a non-QB with their first pick... especially the ones that selected a RB or WR...  :scratch:

 

You mean to tell me that Miami sitting at #5 would take Aaron Donald over Aaron Rodgers?  Donald (29) is probably as close to the end of his career as Rodgers (36), and Rodgers plays the more important position.  And SF ain't taking Kittle if Josh Allen is available...  :bored:

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35 minutes ago, Lucky Colts Fan said:

 

That's a little harsh, I mean it is the offseason with nothing better to discuss (football-wise).  But this is definitely a weird exercise.  And the picks don't even make sense.

 

If every team is starting from scratch, aren't the first 32 picks all going to be QB?  That's the only position in the game of football that you "build a team around".  It makes no sense that 12 of the teams selected a non-QB with their first pick... especially the ones that selected a RB or WR...  :scratch:

 

You mean to tell me that Miami sitting at #5 would take Aaron Donald over Aaron Rodgers?  Donald (29) is probably as close to the end of his career as Rodgers (36), and Rodgers plays the more important position.  And SF ain't taking Kittle if Josh Allen is available...  :bored:

Lots that doesn't make sense in that draft.   Bridgewater, Tannehill and Mayfield going in the first round?

 

 

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1 minute ago, Myles said:

Lots that doesn't make sense in that draft.   Bridgewater, Tannehill and Mayfield going in the first round?

 

It's like the Fantasy Draft in Madden.  It's a fun exercise, but it's not realistic.

 

Is Christian McCaffrey rated higher than Tua?  Yeah.

 

Would any GM in the NFL take CMC over Tua with their first pick?  Heck no.  haha

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1 minute ago, Lucky Colts Fan said:

 

It's like the Fantasy Draft in Madden.  It's a fun exercise, but it's not realistic.

 

Is Christian McCaffrey rated higher than Tua?  Yeah.

 

Would any GM in the NFL take CMC over Tua with their first pick?  Heck no.  haha

Exactly.

 

Doing 4 rounds is pointless, would need to see how the whole team plays out and perform, like Madden.

 

Saying that, you can tell their was a lot of local biases with some picks.

 

Brady to TB at #14

Kittle to SF at #31

 

There is more but, you get the point. 

 

that was the reason I didn't list Buckner in place of Ertz.

 

Would of been 3 actual Colts in 4 picks. Not that they were bad picks, we have a talented young team.

 

Good problems to have.

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10 hours ago, WoolMagnet said:

Possibly the dumbest thing i’ve ever seen.

Should have drafted a unicorn and santa claus while they were at it.

We've all seen what Santa can do with reindeer. But imagine Santa with a unicorn?

 

The possibilities are endless!!!!

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11 hours ago, WoolMagnet said:

Possibly the dumbest thing i’ve ever seen.

Should have drafted a unicorn and santa claus while they were at it.

I was scrolling through this thread just to see if anyone else felt this way.  If not I was going to post something similar (I did not have a unicorn or santa claus).

 

 

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11 hours ago, WoolMagnet said:

Possibly the dumbest thing i’ve ever seen.

Should have drafted a unicorn and santa claus while they were at it.

I believe Santa and Unicorn went in rounds 6 & 7. The Colts were looking to add size on the D-line in round 5, so they went with Bigfoot.

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48 minutes ago, Myles said:

Lots that doesn't make sense in that draft.   Bridgewater, Tannehill and Mayfield going in the first round?

 

 

I could maybe see an argument for Tannehill and Mayfield. Not a strong one for sure, but imo, Bridgewater has absolutely no purpose going in first 2 rounds.

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