2019 NFL Draft Thread

Discussion in 'Sports & Training' started by CP1708, Nov 27, 2018.

  1. macbk

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    True, but my point was if they keep the three 1st round picks that they have currently, why not just grab your top RB right then and there?
     
  2. itsaboutthattime

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    They could just use that pick at the top of the 2nd and get more value out of those 3 firsts

    Or even top of the 3rd

    Not sure which picks they have and don't have
     
  3. junglejim

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    Gruden only loves old *** running backs. Doug Martin will be starting next year.
     
  4. itsaboutthattime

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    Fixed

    Also, gruden, foles is going be 30 real soon.. like literally this weekend
     
  5. CP1708

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    2019 Underclassmen

    Ed Alexander, DT, LSU
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    Alex Barnes, RB, Kansas State
    Ryan Bates, OT, Penn State
    Mike Bell, DB, Fresno State
    Amani Bledsoe, DE, Oklahoma
    Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio State
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    Miles Boykin, WR, Notre Dame
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    Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma
    Sean Bunting, DB, Central Michigan
    Brian Burns, DE/OLB, Florida State
    Devin Bush, LB, Michigan
    Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State
    Hamp Cheevers, DB, Boston College
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    Clifton Duck, DB, Appalachian State
    Jovon Durante, WR, Florida Atlantic
    David Edwards, OT, Wisconsin
    Bobby Evans, OT, Oklahoma
    Datryan Evans, TE
    Noah Fant, TE, Iowa
    Jazz Ferguson, WR, Northwestern State
    Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson
    Cody Ford, OL, Oklahoma
    Malik Gant, DB, Marshall
    Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, DB, Florida
    Rashan Gary, DL, Michigan
    Zach Gentry, TE, Michigan
    Youhanna Ghaifan, DT, Wyoming
    Joe Giles-Harris, LB, Duke
    Kevin Givens, DT, Penn State
    Jalen Guyton, WR, North Texas
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    Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State
    Darrell Henderson, RB, Memphis
    Nate Herbig, G, Stanford
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    Tyree Jackson, QB, Buffalo
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    Daniel Jones, QB, Duke
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    Preston Williams, WR, Colorado State
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  6. itsaboutthattime

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  7. macbk

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    Yikes.
     
  8. 651akathepaul

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    I like Hockenson a lot. Was hoping he'd slip to 'Sota in the 2nd, but each mock has him going higher and higher.
     
  9. ITO

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    I hate that everyone (for the most part) keeps linking a QB to the Dolphins.

    They have so many needs, just doesn’t make sense especially with this class. Unless they feel so strongly about someone, trade back and again if possible. Have your draft at the back end and middle rounds. Fill out both Offensive and Defensive lines, corner, JJ or Sills at WR, OLB, SS.

    Trade Tannehill, trade Stills, trade Jones. Astros this thing out... but I digress.
     
  10. nickmaz96

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    Good thing taking a TE over a bunch of studs has never hurt the Lions before
     
  11. 3god

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    Any mock without Kyler in the top 5 is trash.
     
  12. macbk

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    Jokes aside, who would want Tannehill? For a QB-needy team, I much rather Foles.
     
  13. itsaboutthattime

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    Depends on the team.. I think dolphins should be thinking rebuild and going young

    Don’t think foles or holding on tannehill on his contract, make sense

    For Jax, with their talent and flip now as OC, foles makes sense
     
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    8 is ridiculous for any TE in this draft (Josh Jacobs at 5 is nuts too), but regardless I still like Hockenson's teammate Fant more. There's some off the filed stuff with him (nothing serious I don't think but he clashed with the Iowa coaching staff) but the kid is going to kill it in testing. I'd have Irv Smith Jr over Hockenson as well.
     
  15. itsaboutthattime

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    I’d say 1st is too high for and RB in this draft

    And I like a couple and are hoping for em.. just not in the first
     
  16. ITO

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    Reports are out there. Supposedly the Bengals have put feelers out there. He is not a terrible QB. Serviceable especially in the right situation (RPO offense, run heavy offense).

    I’m not saying the WILL get a pick, but trade him if possible. Get a 5th or 6th. Just get something.

    They just need to get rid of any valuable resources, don’t sign an aging vet, don’t sign a free agent QB to a stupid contract (Ex: Cutler)
     
  17. 651akathepaul

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    I always preferred Hockenson and he was less heralded than Fant when the season began, but they seemed to have swapped. Testing should for sure help Fant though.
     
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    2 future Niners :nerd:
     
  19. itsaboutthattime

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    Okay :nerd:
     
  21. itsaboutthattime

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    I’m curious to see where he gets drafted and if he’s the 1st back taken as it’s beibg suggested now at a bunch of places
     
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    Good pick, but we need a top DT.
     
  25. itsaboutthattime

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