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  1. He'll probably play around the same number of snaps as Rousseau and Ed. While Lawson, Phillips, AJE, Basham, and Settle all see around the same number. I'd imagine the coaches and players don't care who's on the field as long as they're winning games. They understand their roles on the team and signed on to do whatever it takes to win a Superbowl. It's not about some divas crying to get more targets or play more snaps to higher higher sack numbers. It's about putting all the other BS aside and putting your focus on a bigger prize. One that can only be obtained with the help of so many others.
  2. Man, Rousseau looks massive! He's gonna be an absolute monster when he puts it all together
  3. I just finished the first page of the thread and I'm asking myself why I didn't open this sooner
  4. The Bills make a massive trade with the Giants and end up with picks 7, 36, and 112 They give up picks 25, 57, and next year's first. Also the Giants receive Tremaine Edmunds, Jordan Poyer, and Devin Singletary. The Bills would receive Saquon Barkley, Kadarious Toney, and James Bradberry. The Bills select Kyle Hamilton with pick 7
  5. I personally think he would excel as a guard and probowl =/= all pro. He's a definitely a good player and a leader on the team. He can still be both of those things as a guard. It seems like the transition from tackle to guard isn't a hugely prohibitive factor. I.e. tackles can be guards, but guards can't be tackles, so to speak. Also if they draft him he could be the swing tackle and learn the ropes while Dion holds down the fort at LT until he's ready to take the reins
  6. https://www.pff.com/news/draft-pff-scouting-report-dion-dawkins-g-temple https://www.nfl.com/prospects/dion-dawkins/32004441-5705-6236-cf99-fd4dcf52774c Maybe they already did?
  7. What they just paid him is irrelevant if it makes the team better. Dawkins slides inside and finishes his career as the Bills franchise LG. His student Penning learns the ropes from a solid vet and develops into a better LT than Dawkins could ever be. Nothing against him either. To paraphrase Dawkins here, they're looking to make that mac n cheese just right. I think it would help Spencer Brown's development too having his old teammate to add to the chemistry. Morse in turn gets better guard play of both sides and has a late career surge and plays out his final downs as a Bill.
  8. I really like the idea of sliding Dawkins over to LG and having Penning start on the left side. You then have a solid battle at RG with Saffold and Bates. So long as Brown gets better, that line is much improved from last season. Then every year add high ceiling prospects to fill out depth and push starters
  9. Seriously. Try to stock the cupboard with young talented players. What isn't a need this year might be one in another year or two. Which is why I'd say the Bills are more likely to trade up for a CB than any other position. If they can't make something happen for a guy they really like they'll just sit and take the best player they can get. Then look to move back up in the second, package next year's second and get as low as you can get for another high impact player. In the middle of the draft they could look to swap picks into more value based positions relative to their draft board.
  10. With the 47th pick in 2022 TSW mock draft, the Washington Commanders select, Skyy Moore, WR, Western Michigan. Adding options to the WR room to take some heat off Scary Terry is a high priority after adding Carson Wentz. While we don't believe he's an elite QB, Wentz is better than what we've trotted out since Cousins left and surrounding him with playmakers is imperative to our offensive vision. Skyy Moore adds a weapon in the passing game, he may not have the elite upside as others in the class but he's a solid player who can take advantage of the attention defenses give to McLaurin. The Chicago Bears @Philo are on the clock
  11. Man, here I was hoping Gordon would make it a few more pics and the Commanders D would've been complete!
  12. That's gotta be a bad April fool's joke, right!? ... right?
  13. I like the idea of doubling up on early round positions. The idea would be to pay one and recover a pick for the other if/when the need ever arises. You still stay flush with young talent if you can cycle this through multiple years as a longer-term draft strategy.
  14. I know we're not going to have the best offense so we're looking to have the best D. Load up on playmakers at every level and just let em loose I know we're not going to have the best offense so we're looking to have the best D. Load up on playmakers at every level and just let em loose I know we're not going to have the best offense so we're looking to have the best D. Load up on playmakers at every level and just let em loose I know we're not going to have the best offense so we're looking to have the best D. Load up on playmakers at every level and just let em loose
  15. With the 11th pick in TSW, the Commanders select Devin Lloyd, linebacker, Utah. A few different positions were in play with this pick, ideally we'd like to trade down and recoup some picks. That's not possible here, so we picked the centerpiece of our defense. With the Dline set, Lloyd will have free reign to wreak havoc on opposing offenses. He's a do-it-all LB and will elevate our defense the way Keuchly did in Carolina. With a solid defense we're hoping that the offense can take a step with Wentz and get us into the playoffs The Vikings, @Doc Brown are on the clock
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