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28 minutes ago, Jaraxxus said:

 

That's my worst nightmare right there. First two picks on linemen? I'll pass.

 

 

My reasoning on it is this:  We have our qb and we need to build around him.  The draft is not very deep but loaded with talent in the first two rounds at OT and DE.  There is not much difference in talent at WR from round one to round three or even four.  It is absolutely loaded at WR and RB.   


We have to spend our capital where the capital is at it's highest.  

 

But that's just my opinion.  

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Just now, thunderingsquid said:

 

My reasoning on it is this:  We have our qb.  The draft is not very deep but loaded with talent in the first two rounds at OT and DE.  There is not much difference in talent at WR from round one to round three or even four.  It is absolutely loaded at WR and RB.   


We have to spend our capital where the capital is at it's highest.  

 

But that's just my opinion.  

 

You'll have a hard time convincing me that a Rd3 WR is the answer. We need playmakers. We don't need linemen, captial or not.

 

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28 minutes ago, Jaraxxus said:

That's my worst nightmare right there. First two picks on linemen? I'll pass.

 

2 minutes ago, Jaraxxus said:

Another nightmare draft scenario. Yikes.

 

Instead of repetitively criticizing others mock drafts as nightmares, perhaps you might want to share your own?

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1 minute ago, Hapless Bills Fan said:

 

 

Instead of repetitively criticizing others mock drafts as nightmares, perhaps you might want to share your own?

 

Maybe if I wished to invest the time in it, I would. But I don't.

 

 

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Jaraxxus said:

 

You'll have a hard time convincing me that a Rd3 WR is the answer. We need playmakers. We don't need linemen, captial or not.

 

 

Johnson and Gandy-Golden are playmakers.  Watch Johnson in his bowl game.  He dominated.  

 

 

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1 minute ago, thunderingsquid said:

 

Johnson and Gandy-Golden are playmakers.  Watch Johnson in his bowl game.  He dominated.  

 

 


Serious question: Are they playmakers on the level of Ruggs or Jeudy or even Shenault?

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Just now, Jaraxxus said:


Serious question: Are they playmakers on the level of Ruggs or Jeudy or even Shenault?

 

That's a good question, I leave that to the Bills' scouts!  

 

That's the thing about the draft, we don't know.   

 

 

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1 minute ago, thunderingsquid said:

 

That's a good question, I leave that to the Bills' scouts!  

 

That's the thing about the draft, we don't know.   

 

 

 

Kind of my point there. I'd rather not risk that, rather take the more-known quantities than a second- or even third-tier guy.

 

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22: R1P22
 
OT ANDREW THOMAS
GEORGIA
54: R2P22
 
WR DENZEL MIMS
BAYLOR
86: R3P22
 
WR JALEN REAGOR
TCU
125: R4P22
 
LB TROY DYE
OREGON
155: R5P9
 
RB ZACK MOSS
UTAH
167: R5P21
 
CB KINDLE VILDOR
GEORGIA SOUTHERN
188: R6P9
 
EDGE TREVON HILL
MIAMI
201: R6P22
 
CB A.J. GREEN
OKLAHOMA STATE
207: R6P28
 
EDGE ALEX HIGHSMITH
CHARLOTTE
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Here's one from January 13th:

22.Kenneth Murray - LB, Oklahoma

54. Michael Pittman Jr. -WR, USC

86. Larrell Murchison - IDL, NC State

118. Najee Harris - RB, Alabama

137. Jordan Fuller - S, Ohio State

149. Troy Pride Jr. - CB, Notre Dame

168. Chase Claypool - WR, Notre Dame

181. Kamal Martin - LB, Minnesota

187. Gage Cervenka - IOL, Clemson

 

Here's the next one from January 21st:

22. D'Andre Swift - RB, Georgia

54. Patrick Queen -LB, LSU

86. Bryan Edwards - WR, South Carolina

118. Michael Pittman Jr. -WR, USC

137. Albert Okwuegbunam - TE, Missouri

149. Troy Pride Jr. - CB, Notre Dame

168. Reggie Floyd -S, Virginia Tech

181. Naquan Jones - IDL, Michigan State

187. Darryl Williams - IOL, Mississippi State

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18 hours ago, NewEra said:

The only place where we can discuss taking CeeDee Lamb at pick 22 (not to mention Reagor in rd THREE). 
 

If a there’s no chance a player will be available when you select, don’t take him.  Jmo

Just a reminder, but I distinctly remember many people saying the same thing about Oliver last year.

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3 hours ago, Jaraxxus said:

 

Maybe if I wished to invest the time in it, I would. But I don't.

 

 

 

 

 

You should give it a shot. It can be fun in your down time.

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Didn't love this draft (I'm not huge on Tee Higgins)

Bleacher Report big board

22: R1P22
 
WR TEE HIGGINS
CLEMSON
54: R2P22
 
LB JORDYN BROOKS
TEXAS TECH
86: R3P22
 
G BEN BREDESON
MICHIGAN
125: R4P22
 
WR DEVIN DUVERNAY
TEXAS
155: R5P9
 
RB DARRYNTON EVANS
APPALACHIAN STATE
167: R5P21
 
EDGE ALTON ROBINSON
SYRACUSE
188: R6P9
 
S SHYHEIM CARTER
ALABAMA
201: R6P22
 
LB DAVION TAYLOR
COLORADO
207: R6P28
 
TE DEVIN ASIASI
UCLA

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17 minutes ago, Watkins101 said:

Just a reminder, but I distinctly remember many people saying the same thing about Oliver last year.

Not happening 

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Hot off the presses (2/10): 

22. Grant Delpit - S, LSU

54. Denzel Mims - WR, Baylor

86. Michael Pittman Jr. - WR, USC

118. Ke'Shawn Vaughn - RB, Vanderbilt

137. D.J. Wonnum - EDGE, South Carolina

149. David Woodward - LB, Utah State

168. Michael Divinity Jr. - EDGE, LSU

181. Levonta Taylor - CB, Florida State

187. Benito Jones - IDL (NT), Ole Miss

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Quick one on my phone without all my research in front of me. (2/10/20)
 

22 Henry Ruggs III, WR

54 Joshua Uche, EDGE

86 Cam Akers, RB

118 Michael Pittman Jr., WR

137 Cheyenne  O'Grady, TE

149 Charlie Heck, OT

168 A.J. Green, CB

181Kamal Martin, LB

187 Khalil Davis, IDL

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4 minutes ago, NewEra said:

Not happening 

Likely, yes. But we see players fall off the time. The media had D.K. Metcalf as a round 1 lock, may had him going in the top 10, but we saw him fall out of round 1 entirely. Maybe he has a sub-par combine and his stock drops. We don't know.

22: R1P22
 
OT AUSTIN JACKSON
USC
54: R2P22
 
WR MICHAEL PITTMAN JR.
USC
86: R3P22
 
LB MALIK HARRISON
OHIO STATE
125: R4P22
 
RB ZACK MOSS
UTAH
155: R5P9
 
DL BENITO JONES
OLE MISS
167: R5P21
 
TE HARRISON BRYANT
FLORIDA ATLANTIC
188: R6P9
 
S ALOHI GILMAN
NOTRE DAME
201: R6P22
 
WR BRYAN EDWARDS
SOUTH CAROLINA
207: R6P28
 
LB CARTER COUGHLIN
MINNESOTA

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Draftnetwork

  • 22 Mekhi Becton, OT Louisville - BPA plus it allows us to maybe kick Ford inside and put Dawkins at RT. 
  •   54 Curtis Weaver, EDGE  Boise State - Pass rusher is a need, was successful at Boise

  • 86 Thaddeus Moss, TE LSU - Not a vertical threat but takes Lee Smith off the field and is a big target in the short and intermediate game.

  • 118 Tyler Johnson, WR Minnesota - Big bodied WR in a deep draft, has all the tools just needs to put it all together

  • 137 Justin Strnad, LB Wake Forest - Athletic versatile LB who can play coverage and sideline to sideline in the run game. Makes the cover 2 scheme more dangerous

  • 149 Marlon Davidson, EDGE Auburn - Says "Edge" but projects to a DT in a 4-3 front. At 6'3 297 he will help in the run game and push the pocket inside

  • 168 Lavert Hill, CB Michigan - Former 5 star corner, bit smaller but hes a good zone corner.

  • 181 Tommy Kraemer, IOL Notre Dame - Solid interior OL adds depth in case Spain leaves.

  • 187Antonio Gibson, RB Memphis - Tweener, RB/WR more of a gadget player with decent size. Easily the best player on the field for Memphis this past season

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Did one on draftek with trades today.   Be pretty happy with this outcome if it were to come to pass.

 

20.Henry Ruggs III WR, Alabama

54.Trevon Diggs CB, Alabama

80.Cam Akers RB, Florida State

137.Nick Coe EDGE, Auburn

168.Chase Claypool WR, Notre Dame

170.Shaquille Quarterman LB, Miami

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