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1 minute ago, funktacious2 said:

Jacksonville selects Liam Eichenberg.

 

 

 

 

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Okay Trevor Lawrence

You should've took Justin Fields just to stir this place up homer simpson laughing GIF - Meyer coached at OSU, so why not lmao 

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Round 1

 

1 Jacksonville Trevor Lawrence 

2 NY Jets Zach Wilson 

3 Miami JaMarr Chase 

4 Atlanta Justin Fields 

5 Cincinnati Penei Sewell 

6 Philadelphia Trey Lance 

7 Detroit DeVonta Smith 

8 Carolina Mac Jones 

9 Denver Patrick Surtain 

10 Dallas Kyle Pitts

11 NY Giants Caleb Farley 

12 San Francisco Jaycee Horn 

13 LA Chargers Rashawn Slater 

14 Minnesota Kwity Paye 

15 New England Jaylen Waddle 

16 Arizona Christian Darrisaw 

17 Las Vegas

18 Miami

19 Washington

20 Chicago

21 Indianapolis

22 Tennessee

23 NY Jets

24 Pittsburgh

25 Jacksonville

26 Cleveland

27 Baltimore

28 New Orleans

29 Green Bay

30 Buffalo

31 Kansas City

32 Tampa Bay

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51 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

Round 1

 

1 Jacksonville Trevor Lawrence 

2 NY Jets Zach Wilson 

3 Miami JaMarr Chase 

4 Atlanta Justin Fields 

5 Cincinnati Penei Sewell 

6 Philadelphia Trey Lance 

7 Detroit DeVonta Smith 

8 Carolina Mac Jones 

9 Denver Patrick Surtain 

10 Dallas Kyle Pitts

11 NY Giants Caleb Farley 

12 San Francisco Jaycee Horn 

13 LA Chargers Rashawn Slater 

14 Minnesota Kwity Paye 

15 New England Jaylen Waddle 

16 Arizona Christian Darrisaw 

17 Las Vegas Gregory Rousseau 

18 Miami Najee Harris 

19 Washington

20 Chicago

21 Indianapolis

22 Tennessee

23 NY Jets

24 Pittsburgh

25 Jacksonville

26 Cleveland

27 Baltimore

28 New Orleans

29 Green Bay

30 Buffalo

31 Kansas City

32 Tampa Bay

Some good picks falling to 21

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2 hours ago, danlhart87 said:

Round 1

 

1 Jacksonville Trevor Lawrence 

2 NY Jets Zach Wilson 

3 Miami JaMarr Chase 

4 Atlanta Justin Fields 

5 Cincinnati Penei Sewell 

6 Philadelphia Trey Lance 

7 Detroit DeVonta Smith 

8 Carolina Mac Jones 

9 Denver Patrick Surtain 

10 Dallas Kyle Pitts

11 NY Giants Caleb Farley 

12 San Francisco Jaycee Horn 

13 LA Chargers Rashawn Slater 

14 Minnesota Kwity Paye 

15 New England Jaylen Waddle 

16 Arizona Christian Darrisaw 

17 Las Vegas Gregory Rousseau 

18 Miami Najee Harris 

19 Washington Micah Parsons 

20 Chicago Kadarius Toney 

21 Indianapolis Samuel Cosmi 

22 Tennessee Azeez Ojulari 

23 NY Jets Alijah Vera-Tucker 

24 Pittsburgh Tevin Jenkins 

25 Jacksonville

26 Cleveland

27 Baltimore

28 New Orleans

29 Green Bay

30 Buffalo

31 Kansas City

32 Tampa Bay

 

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3 minutes ago, BluesGirl said:

How the hell did I get so far behind on this???

Things move quickly here

Would you like to do a separate mock 

 

It would be setup for just you and I 

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1 minute ago, danlhart87 said:

Things move quickly here

Would you like to do a separate mock 

 

It would be setup for just you and I 

Nah.  I'm just messin around. and learning 

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17 hours ago, danlhart87 said:

Round 1

 

1 Jacksonville Trevor Lawrence 

2 NY Jets Zach Wilson 

3 Miami JaMarr Chase 

4 Atlanta Justin Fields 

5 Cincinnati Penei Sewell 

6 Philadelphia Trey Lance 

7 Detroit DeVonta Smith 

8 Carolina Mac Jones 

9 Denver Patrick Surtain 

10 Dallas Kyle Pitts

11 NY Giants Caleb Farley 

12 San Francisco Jaycee Horn 

13 LA Chargers Rashawn Slater 

14 Minnesota Kwity Paye 

15 New England Jaylen Waddle 

16 Arizona Christian Darrisaw 

17 Las Vegas Gregory Rousseau 

18 Miami Najee Harris 

19 Washington Micah Parsons 

20 Chicago Kadarius Toney 

21 Indianapolis Samuel Cosmi 

22 Tennessee Azeez Ojulari 

23 NY Jets Alijah Vera-Tucker 

24 Pittsburgh Tevin Jenkins 

25 Jacksonville Christian Barmore 

26 Cleveland Trevon Moehrig 

27 Baltimore

28 New Orleans

29 Green Bay

30 Buffalo

31 Kansas City

32 Tampa Bay

 

 

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Round 1

 

1 Jacksonville Trevor Lawrence 

2 NY Jets Zach Wilson 

3 Miami JaMarr Chase 

4 Atlanta Justin Fields 

5 Cincinnati Penei Sewell 

6 Philadelphia Trey Lance 

7 Detroit DeVonta Smith 

8 Carolina Mac Jones 

9 Denver Patrick Surtain 

10 Dallas Kyle Pitts

11 NY Giants Caleb Farley 

12 San Francisco Jaycee Horn 

13 LA Chargers Rashawn Slater 

14 Minnesota Kwity Paye 

15 New England Jaylen Waddle 

16 Arizona Christian Darrisaw 

17 Las Vegas Gregory Rousseau 

18 Miami Najee Harris 

19 Washington Micah Parsons 

20 Chicago Kadarius Toney 

21 Indianapolis Samuel Cosmi 

22 Tennessee Azeez Ojulari 

23 NY Jets Alijah Vera-Tucker 

24 Pittsburgh Tevin Jenkins 

25 Jacksonville Christian Barmore 

26 Cleveland Trevon Moehrig 

27 Baltimore Zaven Collins 

28 New Orleans Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah 

29 Green Bay

30 Buffalo

31 Kansas City

32 Tampa Bay

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