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  1. The only thing that concerns me is the fact that most coaches believe that continuity is vital to building a solid O-Line. These guys will be pretty much be starting from scratch at training camp. An O-line has to work as a unit and each player needs to know exactly what the other 4 guys are doing on any given play.
  2. from CBS Sports...Five biggest instant impact rookies Ed Oliver, DT, Bills - This is the best combination of value and fit in the entire first round. Buffalo was active in free agency, yet entered the draft with a gaping hole at the play-making three technique defensive tackle spot vacated by the retired Kyle Williams. Oliver was born to play three technique. He's an athletic marvel, the most electric mover we've seen at defensive tackle since Aaron Donald joined the league in 2014. Oliver was able to overcome playing predominately at the nose tackle spot at 6-foot-1 and 280-plus pounds -- basically coaching malfeasance -- to amass 53 tackles for loss and 13.5 sacks in his three seasons at Houston. With an open gap staring him in the face when he looks up from his three-point stance on the outside shoulder of the guard -- or at the one-technique outside the center -- Oliver's elite first step and sustained speed will allow him to create consistent havoc. And in 2018, Oliver flashed more pass-rushing moves than in his first two years with the Cougars. The run-stopping prowess has been there since his true freshman season in 2016. The Bills actually finished sixth in defensive pressure rate in 2018 at 37.1%. But outside of Kyle Williams and a sprinkling of pass-rush production from Jordan Phillips and Harrison Phillips, most of Buffalo's pressure was created by Jerry Hughes on the outside. Oliver is in prime position to be "freed" on the inside with the Phillips duo and the massive Star Lotulelei eating double teams. The No. 9 overall pick in this draft will be the definition of "instant impact" on Buffalo's deep defensive line, both against the run and the pass. My pre-draft comparison for him was John Randle.
  3. his 40 times ranges between 4.58 and 4.7...not everybody is a polished technical sprinter...plays faster than he times out.
  4. even though he couldn't run at the combine, he has been timed as low as 4.48 and as high as 4.68. Great speed and hits with violence.
  5. According to CBS Sports Dawson Knox TE, MISS Height: 6-4, Weight: 254 Knox can run, and he helps fill a need in Buffalo as they retool the position. It's another weapon for Josh Allen. Knox was underutilized at Ole Miss, so he could be better in the pros. A GRADE
  6. under the radar guy who has some speed and can block...good solid pick
  7. If your scouts believe DK Metcalf isn't that great then he doesn't suddenly become great in a later round.
  8. I'm assuming Taylor and Ford will be gone and I'm not really crazy about Metcalf or Greedy Williams. The guys I like in the 2nd round are OL Risner , S Chauncy-Gardiner Johnson and S Nasir Adderley. In the 3rd I'm looking at TE Jace Sternberger and RB David Montgomery.
  9. Its breaking our way big time...no need to trade up...be patient and let the draft come to you.
  10. 99% chance the Patriots find a way to draft T.J. Hockenson.
  11. From CBS Sports...what thinketh thou you? https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/nfl-owners-will-vote-on-wild-fourth-quarter-rule-change-that-competition-committee-seems-to-like/
  12. the ghost of Aaron Maybin haunts me to this day
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