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This one's fan speak latest bigboard 

 

54: R2P22 EDGE JULIAN OKWARA

NOTRE DAME

 

86: R3P22 WR ANTONIO GANDY-GOLDEN

LIBERTY

 

128: R4P22 RB AJ DILLON

BOSTON COLLEGE

 

167: R5P21 RB ANTONIO GIBSON

MEMPHIS

 

188: R6P9 LB WILLIE GAY, JR.

MISSISSIPPI STATE

 

207: R6P28 P MICHAEL TURK

ARIZONA STATE

 

239: R7P25 K RODRIGO BLANKENSH

GEORGIA

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16 minutes ago, ScorpionZero said:

This one's fan speak latest bigboard 

 

54: R2P22 EDGE JULIAN OKWARA

NOTRE DAME

 

86: R3P22 WR ANTONIO GANDY-GOLDEN

LIBERTY

 

128: R4P22 RB AJ DILLON

BOSTON COLLEGE

 

167: R5P21 RB ANTONIO GIBSON

MEMPHIS

 

188: R6P9 LB WILLIE GAY, JR.

MISSISSIPPI STATE

 

207: R6P28 P MICHAEL TURK

ARIZONA STATE

 

239: R7P25 K RODRIGO BLANKENSH

GEORGIA

I would love to see Hot Rod in a Bills uniform. Not sure he is a big upgrade over House, but as a UGA fan I’d like to keep saying ‘ come’on Hot Rod’.

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My Picks on the DraftNetwork Simulator:

 

 

54 J.K. Dobbins, RB Ohio State

 

86 Chase Claypool, WR Notre Dame

 

128 Alton Robinson EDGE Syracuse

 

167 Khalil Davis, IDL Nebraska

 

188 Dalton Keene, TE Virginia Tech

 

207 Alex Taylor, OT South Carolina State

 

239 Joe Reed, WR Virginia

 

Wanted to get a CB, but the draft never fell that way and the value wasn't there. Dobbins, Claypool, and Reed (who I view as an upgrade over McKenzie in the gadget/jet sweep role) add new dimensions to our offense. Robinson and Davis bring speed and athleticism to the defensive line. Keene (imagine the marketing potential of two Dalton's/DK's at tight end) and Taylor (6'9"!!!!!) are players with a lot of potential to develop into quality starters. 

 

Go Bills!

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14 hours ago, ScorpionZero said:

This one's fan speak latest bigboard 

 

54: R2P22 EDGE JULIAN OKWARA

NOTRE DAME

 

86: R3P22 WR ANTONIO GANDY-GOLDEN

LIBERTY

 

128: R4P22 RB AJ DILLON

BOSTON COLLEGE

 

167: R5P21 RB ANTONIO GIBSON

MEMPHIS

 

188: R6P9 LB WILLIE GAY, JR.

MISSISSIPPI STATE

 

207: R6P28 P MICHAEL TURK

ARIZONA STATE

 

239: R7P25 K RODRIGO BLANKENSH

GEORGIA

That’s pretty good, although I see Antonio Gibson as a WR at the next level, not a RB. I think he could easily take over for Andre Roberts as a return man Day 1 and would likely beat out Foster and McKenzie as our 4th WR. Taking Golden may be a bit redundant at that point although the pick may have some merit. Both McKenzie and Foster would be traded or cap casualties? Good draft overall though.

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6 minutes ago, Victory Formation said:

That’s pretty good, although I see Antonio Gibson as a WR at the next level, not a RB. I think he could easily take over for Andre Roberts as a return man Day 1 and would likely beat out Foster and McKenzie as our 4th WR. Taking Golden may be a bit redundant at that point although the pick may have some merit. Both McKenzie and Foster would be traded or cap casualties? Good draft overall though.

You think that Gibson will beat Roberts out at returning, two years out of being the best in the league? Pretty bold if you ask me. The Gandy-Golden pick wouldn't be redundant, as it was the earlier pick. Also, Foster and McKenzie will not be cap casualties. Cap casualties are players good enough to make the team, but are cut due to being too expensive. If Foster and McKenzie do not make this team, it will be because they are not good enough.

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25 minutes ago, Watkins101 said:

You think that Gibson will beat Roberts out at returning, two years out of being the best in the league? Pretty bold if you ask me. The Gandy-Golden pick wouldn't be redundant, as it was the earlier pick. Also, Foster and McKenzie will not be cap casualties. Cap casualties are players good enough to make the team, but are cut due to being too expensive. If Foster and McKenzie do not make this team, it will be because they are not good enough.

Why do I have to spell it out for you? Can you not read between the lines? Gibson will likely be a 4th string WR/developmental prospect/return man in the NFL. Gibson and Roberts do the same thing, you only keep one, Gibson is a good 7-8 years younger than Roberts, so if we draft Gibson, Roberts is gone. Gibson is not a RB, he is a WR in the NFL. Gandy is another developmental WR at the next level. We already have two of those guys in McKenzie and Roberts. Redundant.

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26 minutes ago, Victory Formation said:

Why do I have to spell it out for you? Can you not read between the lines? Gibson will likely be a 4th string WR/developmental prospect/return man in the NFL. Gibson and Roberts do the same thing, you only keep one, Gibson is a good 7-8 years younger than Roberts, so if we draft Gibson, Roberts is gone. Gibson is not a RB, he is a WR in the NFL. Gandy is another developmental WR at the next level. We already have two of those guys in McKenzie and Roberts. Redundant.

1st: You say that Roberts and Gibson do the same thing, but I doubt that Gibson can match Roberts, one of the best returners in the NFL day one. McBeane will not move on from Roberts, a proven great returner. 

 

2nd: Do you even know anything about Gandy-Golden? Saying that he is redundant because we have Foster and McKenzie is laughable. Gandy-Golden is 6'4" with a 36" vertical. And before you say we already have Duke, making Gandy-Golden redundant, Duke is 6'2 with a 30" vertical. Also, Gandy-Golden ran a 4.6 40, while Duke ran a 4.72. Gandy-Golden would not be redundant, as he brings an entirely new skill set to our Wr corps. If anything, Gibson is the more redundant player, seeing as he was picked second, and has a skill set more similar to players already on our roster.  

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I think i like this one the best from what i've done:

 

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1 hour ago, Watkins101 said:

1st: You say that Roberts and Gibson do the same thing, but I doubt that Gibson can match Roberts, one of the best returners in the NFL day one. McBeane will not move on from Roberts, a proven great returner. 

 

2nd: Do you even know anything about Gandy-Golden? Saying that he is redundant because we have Foster and McKenzie is laughable. Gandy-Golden is 6'4" with a 36" vertical. And before you say we already have Duke, making Gandy-Golden redundant, Duke is 6'2 with a 30" vertical. Also, Gandy-Golden ran a 4.6 40, while Duke ran a 4.72. Gandy-Golden would not be redundant, as he brings an entirely new skill set to our Wr corps. If anything, Gibson is the more redundant player, seeing as he was picked second, and has a skill set more similar to players already on our roster.  

Gibson is a better player and receiver than Andre Roberts. Roberts offers little to nothing in terms of being a pass catching receiver on offense. Gibson OTOH would have value as a 3rd string/4th string receiver and could not only return kicks but he could replace Yeldon as our 3rd string RB. So Gibson upgrades WR/RB/KR, Roberts simply returns kicks. Gibson is the better player and upgrades three positions not just one. Gibson is also a better prospect than Golden. Given the two I take Gibson. I am curious if Golden would beat our McKenzie and Foster, both are developmental prospects and would make our FO make some hard choices on who stays or goes.

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31 minutes ago, Victory Formation said:

Gibson is a better player and receiver than Andre Roberts. Roberts offers little to nothing in terms of being a pass catching receiver on offense. Gibson OTOH would have value as a 3rd string/4th string receiver and could not only return kicks but he could replace Yeldon as our 3rd string RB. So Gibson upgrades WR/RB/KR, Roberts simply returns kicks. Gibson is the better player and upgrades three positions not just one. Gibson is also a better prospect than Golden. Given the two I take Gibson. I am curious if Golden would beat our McKenzie and Foster, both are developmental prospects and would make our FO make some hard choices on who stays or goes.

So you would make Gibson your 3rd string rb based on 34 carear rush attempts, pretty much all of which were jet sweeps and offset stretch children.  I wonder what makes you think Gibson is the better prospect. According to NFL.com, Gandy-Golden is likely to be "a good backup who will likely become a starter within 2 years. Gibson is "a developmental traits-based prospect." Gibson's comparable is Javorius "Buck" Allen, whereas Gandy-Golden's comp is DeVante Parker. Which would you rather have on your team? 

 

Don't get me wrong, I like Gibson, and I would be happy to see him as a Bill. I just don't really see how you can 

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8 minutes ago, Watkins101 said:

So you would make Gibson your 3rd string rb based on 34 carear rush attempts, pretty much all of which were jet sweeps and offset stretch children.  I wonder what makes you think Gibson is the better prospect. According to NFL.com, Gandy-Golden is likely to be "a good backup who will likely become a starter within 2 years. Gibson is "a developmental traits-based prospect." Gibson's comparable is Javorius "Buck" Allen, whereas Gandy-Golden's comp is DeVante Parker. Which would you rather have on your team? 

 

Don't get me wrong, I like Gibson, and I would be happy to see him as a Bill. I just don't really see how you can 

As I said, i view Gibson more as a WR than a RB but could be productive as a third down back. I think Gibson has a lot of potential as a slot receiver and kick returner which would make Andre Roberts expendable. Gibson upgrades three positions, great value in the 3rd-4th. Gandy-Golden is a solid prospect but once again, he’s a developmental prospect and he can play only one position. Gibson can play three positions. 

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This would be a dream come true for me. Trading up for Bartch resulted in a gap between picks that Beane probably wouldn't be able to stomach, but it's hard to argue with any draft that sees Delpit and Claypool falling to us in Rounds 2 and 3 IMO and Bartch is a potentially very good tackle too. I do wish I could have gotten a RB before Anderson, but I like him and RB is probably the easiest position for us to address outside of the draft if we want to anyways.

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54: R2P22
RB JONATHAN TAYLOR
WISCONSIN
86: R3P22
EDGE JONATHAN GREENARD
FLORIDA
128: R4P22
 TYLER BIADASZ
WISCONSIN
167: R5P21
 QB NATE STANLEY
IOWA
188: R6P9
 OT TREY ADAMS
WASHINGTON
207: R6P28
 WR OMAR BAYLESS
ARKANSAS STATE
239: R7P25
 MICHAEL TURK
ARIZONA STATE

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1 hour ago, Iamkrgr said:
54: R2P22
RB JONATHAN TAYLOR
WISCONSIN
86: R3P22
EDGE JONATHAN GREENARD
FLORIDA
128: R4P22
 TYLER BIADASZ
WISCONSIN
167: R5P21
 QB NATE STANLEY
IOWA
188: R6P9
 OT TREY ADAMS
WASHINGTON
207: R6P28
 WR OMAR BAYLESS
ARKANSAS STATE
239: R7P25
 MICHAEL TURK
ARIZONA STATE

Nate Stanley...whoa.  Was he even a good college QB? :)

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Just a quick run down:

 

54)Edge because Hughes isn't getting younger

86)OT because we can always use more options - Not sold on Ford at RT, Williams is a 1yr deal, and is Ty's deal almost done? Point being we could use another RT Prospect

128)Boom Stick LB

167)BPA - decent safety

188)AJ Dillion Light (I say that as a joke - apparently they guy knows he isn't twinkle toes and lives for short yardage) - Did i mention he can block AND catch

207)Big Boy, Makes Big Boy Plays, in Big Moments - Likes to block

 

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Is anyone else on board with spending one of our sixths on a punter?

 

Bojo exceeded expectations last year but was still very inconsistent and meh overall.

 

We haven’t had an above average punter since Moorman. Time to invest in that position and make sure it doesn’t cost us wins. IMO go get the kid from Texas A&M and then set it and forget it. 

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This one's from first pick with a trade up in the second for next year's 1st.

 

Round 2 Pick 5 (LAC): Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor (B+)
Round 2 Pick 22: Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin (A+)
Round 3 Pick 22: Darrell Taylor, DE/OLB, Tennessee (A)
Round 4 Pick 22: Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Michigan (A+)
Round 5 Pick 9: Jeremy Chinn, FS/SS, Southern Illinois (A+)
Round 6 Pick 9: Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton (A+)
Round 6 Pick 28: Michael Ojemudia, CB, Iowa (B)
Round 7 Pick 25: AJ Green, CB, Oklahoma State (A+)
 

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On 3/25/2020 at 3:08 PM, ScorpionZero said:

This one's fan speak latest bigboard 

 

54: R2P22 EDGE JULIAN OKWARA

NOTRE DAME

 

86: R3P22 WR ANTONIO GANDY-GOLDEN

LIBERTY

 

128: R4P22 RB AJ DILLON

BOSTON COLLEGE

 

167: R5P21 RB ANTONIO GIBSON

MEMPHIS

 

188: R6P9 LB WILLIE GAY, JR.

MISSISSIPPI STATE

 

207: R6P28 P MICHAEL TURK

ARIZONA STATE

 

239: R7P25 K RODRIGO BLANKENSH

GEORGIA

Any mock with Dillon is good with me

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16 hours ago, Victory Formation said:

That’s pretty good, although I see Antonio Gibson as a WR at the next level, not a RB. I think he could easily take over for Andre Roberts as a return man Day 1 and would likely beat out Foster and McKenzie as our 4th WR. Taking Golden may be a bit redundant at that point although the pick may have some merit. Both McKenzie and Foster would be traded or cap casualties? Good draft overall though.

 

Different sites have Gibson listed as different positions. Fanspeak lists him as a RB, though I agree with you he is more of a WR or traditional 'half back/ split back'

 

I really like him as a utility player on offesne

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Given the most recent additions I went RB - WR - Edge - K - P - TE - QB

 

In reality I think CB and OL could replace the K/P/TE/QB come April but I'd take a chance on Keene and Tate with the last 2 picks we have. 

 

I used the predicted draft order versus player rankings.

 

 

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I've been poo-pooing taking a RB in RD2, so I took one to see how the draft shook out.

 

 

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32 minutes ago, ndirish1978 said:

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I've been poo-pooing taking a RB in RD2, so I took one to see how the draft shook out.

 

 

Solid draft. 

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Not sure if I like this better than my RB in rd 2 draft, but I do like the idea of double-dipping on WRs.

 

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