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Prediction Rudolph will go before Rosen if the Bills are selecting a QB at 12

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5 hours ago, SouthNYfan said:

 

No, but if you squint his chart looks kinda like NY!

**Foreshadowing**

 

(Do you have charts for other guys??)

Sorry, I thought I was loading the article source rather than just one chart

 

http://buffalonews.com/2018/04/12/why-pff-low-popular-bills-mock-draft-target-josh-allen-mayfield-rosen-darnold-jackson-rudolph-pro-football-focus-quarterback/

 

 

 

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Rudloph  looks pretty good on these charts

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16 hours ago, maryland-bills-fan said:

You can argue this both ways.    If the opponent is ahead by 4 touchdowns, they tend to soften up their defense. Rest starters who are banged up a little and get some playing time for underclassmen.   Don't get beat long and quick.  If you want to do a dip and dink, 90 yard drive for a TD that takes 5 minutes, well that is not the end of the world.  And if it has to be a 15 play drive, sooner or later we are going to get a stop after we took 4 minutes off the clock.   But the QB on the losing team can build up some stats.

 

 

 

 

You're right. Coming back from 34 points down with two minutes left in the third quarter to win is no accomplishment at all. How could I not have seen this?

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Mel Kiper:

 

What is the highest Lamar Jackson and Mason Rudolphcould be drafted? (via @maddawgfours44)

97.png&h=110&w=110&transparent=trueJackson is going in the first round. I have no doubt there. As far as the highest spot for him, I think it's No. 12 to the Buffalo Bills.

197.png&h=110&w=110&transparent=trueThere is also some recent buzz about Rudolph sneaking into the first round. There are a few teams that like him more than Jackson. So for the highest spot he could go, I'll say No. 28. That puts him one spot before the Jacksonville Jaguars, as a team could trade up before the Jags pick and grab him. Rudolph is more of a second-round prospect for me, though.

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https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/news/2018-nfl-draft-prospect-rankings-mason-rudolph-reclaims-top-qb-spot-roquan-smith-rising/

 

prediction for QB was #10 Mason, #12 Jackson, #17 Rosen, #22 Darnold.

 

Did anybody keep or can anybody find the 2017 predictions for the class of 2018 (this draft coming up in a few days) QB's?    

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4 minutes ago, maryland-bills-fan said:

https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/news/2018-nfl-draft-prospect-rankings-mason-rudolph-reclaims-top-qb-spot-roquan-smith-rising/

 

prediction for QB was #10 Mason, #12 Jackson, #17 Rosen, #22 Darnold.

 

Did anybody keep or can anybody find the 2017 predictions for the class of 2018 (this draft coming up in a few days) QB's?    

 

Trappaso's rankins just can't be trusted. Rudolph has been his guy for a while and he's been all over his jock. It borders on strange. 

 

Here is Matt Miller's 2018 mock that he put out right after last years's draft. He had Allen-Rosen-Darnold as the three 1st round quarterbacks in that order. 

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2706876-2018-nfl-mock-draft-matt-millers-way-too-early-predictions

 

This is All22's. 

https://www.all22.com/nfl/2018-nfl-mock-draft-early-first-round-projections-32-picks#.WtX0XGinG00

They had Allen-Rosen-Darnold, with Luke Falk going at the end of the first. 

 

People have been talking about Allen at the top of the draft for two years. Rosen has been in that top 2-3 for awhile. Darnold as well. All three had less than stellar years this past season, so that is why you are seeing the rise of guys like Rudolph, Jackson, and even Mayfield, who no one had pegged as first round draft picks.  

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3 minutes ago, MrEpsYtown said:

 

Trappaso's rankins just can't be trusted. Rudolph has been his guy for a while and he's been all over his jock. It borders on strange. 

 

Here is Matt Miller's 2018 mock that he put out right after last years's draft. He had Allen-Rosen-Darnold as the three 1st round quarterbacks in that order. 

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2706876-2018-nfl-mock-draft-matt-millers-way-too-early-predictions

 

This is All22's. 

https://www.all22.com/nfl/2018-nfl-mock-draft-early-first-round-projections-32-picks#.WtX0XGinG00

They had Allen-Rosen-Darnold, with Luke Falk going at the end of the first. 

 

People have been talking about Allen at the top of the draft for two years. Rosen has been in that top 2-3 for awhile. Darnold as well. All three had less than stellar years this past season, so that is why you are seeing the rise of guys like Rudolph, Jackson, and even Mayfield, who no one had pegged as first round draft picks.  

In regards to those other guys, Rudolph had a stellar year, Jackson improved his techniques a lot, and Mayfield answered a lot of questions about his attitude (while also having a stellar year). So, in regards to them, it wasn't just about the other guys having down years. Having a disappointing final year is definitely concerning, though.

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3 minutes ago, LeGOATski said:

In regards to those other guys, Rudolph had a stellar year, Jackson improved his techniques a lot, and Mayfield answered a lot of questions about his attitude (while also having a stellar year). So, in regards to them, it wasn't just about the other guys having down years. Having a disappointing final year is definitely concerning, though.

 

Makes sense. Not sure that Mayfield answered questions about his attitude, but he did have a ridiculously good year so it makes sense. 

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5 minutes ago, MrEpsYtown said:

 

Makes sense. Not sure that Mayfield answered questions about his attitude, but he did have a ridiculously good year so it makes sense. 

 

He did LITERALLY "answer a lot of questions" about his attitude.

Not saying those answers cleared anything up 😂

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