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  1. Jayon 5 Byard 3 Davis 3 Smith 3 Landry 2 Henry 2 Brown 2 Fulton 2 Evans 1 Adore 1 Davis 1 Simmons 1 Wilson 1 (maybe) All of them 26 or younger and half our starters. I am loving this. This doesn't even account for the long list of solid depth guys or the trades he has made.
  2. This could go somewhere in either college football or the draft, but I think it worth monitoring for both COVID-19 purposes and how that relates to the rest of college football and then if it trickles up to the NFL. It will then be interesting to see how this effects the NFL Draft and if other teams may try swooping on the better players inside other conferences.
  3. Just starting a thread for any 2021 Draft News. Disappointing to see that Clemson WR Justyn Ross has been ruled out of the upcoming season with a serious neck/spine issue, Ross is one of the more talented WR in CFB.
  4. Here's the link: https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2896510-re-drafting-the-2012-nfl-draft Third-round pick goes 1-1. Fourth-round pick goes 1-2 and you'll never guess who goes 1-3...
  5. I have to say yes. I think in my book this would put him above Jordan. Forget about all of the stats, all star awards, and his 4 MVP's. Just look at the Cleveland Cavaliers. This was a team that sucked balls for years. Then they drafted him. He takes them to the playoffs 5 straight years. Their lack of winning a championship during those years was seemingly due to lack of an adequate supporting cast in a team game. He bails and goes to Miami. During his 4 seasons there, they go to the NBA finals 4 years straight and win 2 championships. Meanwhile, Cleveland immediately goes from a 5 time playoff team to a complete piece of shit 4 seasons in a row. Dude goes back to Cleveland and they are immediately in the Eastern Conference Finals and are one game away from the NBA finals. I loved Jordan and he really was the greatest thing since sliced bread but I highly doubt he could have turned the 1990's Clippers into real contenders at the drop of a hat.
  6. Dude is absolutely unreal on screens and has major YAC and led Bama in yards last year. Super smooth and a sure handed WR. Dude catches everything. Daniel Jeremiah did a scouting report and likens him to Marvin Harrison. If we can get a WR like that to pair with AJ Brown this offense is deadly. DEADLY.
  7. Looks like the NFL is scrapping the 2020 NFL Supplemental Draft best guess is they feared a tonne of eligible CFB players would of declared and it would of detracted from the 2021 NFL Draft.
  8. https://twitter.com/MaxMarkhamNFL/status/1255702098462695424 https://twitter.com/MockDrafts_NFL/status/1255738070500020227 https://twitter.com/rickyvalero_/status/1254873164154376192 This kid is going to be a stud in the NFL. If we were going to sell the farm to move up, I would for this kid if he declares.
  9. Thought this was worthwhile bringing up due to the current status of the world and collegiate sports. There is a HUGE expectation that a record number of players will declare for the 2020 Supplemental Draft this summer due to the uncertainty regarding if there will in fact be a college season. The link below explains the selection process a bit better than I have seen. The biggest remaining question that I would have is if last years Sophomores are eligible or not due to not being 3 years removed from high school. For those hoping for better WR depth or another EDGE, this could be an opportunity to add even more talent before this season starts.
  10. I think its hilarious people support this pick. First of all how many of you actually watched a game he played in? I'll wait. I'm not gonna break down this dudes measurables vs talent he seen. I hope the kid does great for us. The point I'm making is Derrick Henry is a rhythm running back. He gets stronger as the game goes on an needs to find that groove. How often will this guy see the field?? This is a very high draft pick for a position we coulda drafted anybody to be change of pace or somebody to spell Henry. We didnt lose in the Afc title game because the running game. What stuck out to me was our lack of pass rush, specifically on the edge. That's a more needed position. I'd much rather us draft a defensive end than a running back. Draft what you need most. That's why I don't like the pick.
  11. I’m thinking we try and package those 7th rounders together to move up.
  12. I state "bust that wasn't a bust" because based on his collegiate career it does not seem any team should have expected much but he was the 12th overall pick by the Giants so that makes him a bust. Joe Don Looney RB, 1964 12 selection. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Don_Looney College career In his first semester at the University of Texas, Looney received four Fs and one D. Looney responded by dropping out and enrolling at Texas Christian University. He was eventually kicked out of that school and transferred to Cameron Junior College, where he played for Leroy Montgomery. He set a punting record in the 1961 Junior Rose Bowl, as his team won the junior college national championship. He made All-American with the University of Oklahoma in 1962, leading them to the Big Eight Conference championship. He played in only three games in 1963. Head coach Bud Wilkinson kicked him off the team after Looney netted four yards in six carries in a game against Texas.[1] Looney did not get along with Wilkinson, and it was also alleged he had punched assistant coach Johnny Tatum, though Tatum debunked that claim.[1] Professional career Looney was drafted in the first round (twelfth overall) of the 1964 NFL Draft by the New York Giants. He was also selected in the sixth round of the 1964 AFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs, but chose to play in the NFL instead. He was with the Giants just 25 days before they traded him along with offensive lineman Lou Kirouac to the Baltimore Colts for wide receiver R.C. Owens and safety Andy Nelson during training camp on August 24, 1964.[2] As a member of the Giants, Looney racked up a number of fines for violating team rules.[1] Looney had only 23 carries with Baltimore that season. In November, he got into an argument about politics with a couple, then later that night, broke into their apartment with a friend and attacked them.[1] He received one year's probation and a fine.[1] The Colts traded Looney and an undisclosed draft pick to the Detroit Lions following on June 3, 1965 for linebacker Dennis Gaubatz.[3] He put together one good season, racking up 114 carries for 356 yards and five touchdowns. While with Detroit, Looney was told by coach Harry Gilmer to carry in a play to the quarterback. Looney refused and told Gilmer, "If you want a messenger boy, call Western Union."[1][4] Detroit traded Looney to the Washington Redskins, where he had an uneventful tenure. He had 55 carries for 178 yards. The only highlight of his time with the Redskins came on a play in which he did not even have the ball. He was pass protecting for quarterback Sonny Jurgensen, and ended up leveling an onrushing pass rusher with a right hook to the jaw. When he tried to renegotiate his contract, he was let go.[1] In 1968, Looney was called up by the United States Army to go to Vietnam. He joined a lawsuit that claimed that a reserve unit could not be sent to fight in an undeclared war, but it was defeated.[1] When he returned to the United States, he signed on with the New Orleans Saints. He had three carries for -3 yards with the Saints that year, and retired after the season. Looney was ranked as the most uncoachable player in NFL history by NFL Films president Steve Sabol.[5] He would often intentionally run the wrong way on plays in practice in order to make things more challenging for himself. He once skipped several practices. When questioned about his absences, he responded by saying, "If practice makes perfect and perfection is impossible, why practice?" After football: Even crazier and bizarre. Read his history in the Wikipedia link for details.
  13. Probably going to be a long wait till we pick at pick #174, most likely to be looking IDL or WR here. One guy that could be of interest to JRob in the 5th round Darnell Mooney WR Tulane Think we could also see a developmental QB taken with one of those 7th round pick so we can avoid the UDFA scramble, would also expect some traits based LB who can play special teams.
  14. When and where to watch/listen: When: Tonight @ 6:00CT TV Channel: ABC, ESPN, NFL Network, ESPN Deportes Live stream: ESPN.com, NFL.com, ESPN app, ABC app, NFL mobile app, Bleacher Report on Youtube, or you can watch it free on Sling. Radio: ESPN Radio, Westwood One, SiriusXM Titans picks: Round 2: Pick 29 (61) Round 3: Pick 29 (93)
  15. What's overlooked in a weak draft with a hilariously overrated WR class is the RB class, which is one of the best I've seen in recent years. Saquon Barkley was the first RB to test as well as he did relative to his size at the combine. There are two such prospects this year in Jonathan Taylor and Anthony Gibson, neither guaranteed to go in the first round. One with amazing production, another a WR hybrid with WR skills and hardly has a scratch on him. Schwing. D'Andre Swift has been on the radar for a while, as a guy who has a modern NFL skillset and comes from a NFL RB factory. J.K. Dobbins topped Eddie George and Ezekial Elliot for most single season yardage at Talent factory Ohio State. AJ Dillon literally has Derrick Henry size and superior testing numbers, and he actually has good tape. Cam Akers will fall because of a shitty situation and team, not because of talent as a 220 pound 4.4 guy and a good track record. Edwards-Elaire is another big school RB who jumped off the screen as someone with NFL skills and talent. Those are just the obvious ones. Just going down the list, most of the prospects have NFL size and they are far from stiffs, with plenty of elusive and breakaway moments . I really haven't found many who I don't like or I think don't translate. Zach Moss, Darrynton Evans, Deejay Dallas, Lamical Perine, Javon Leake, Patrick Taylor, etc.- just look up all of the prospects on YouTube and tell me if you think they can play or not. I'm pumped at the thought of seeing what a lot of these RBs could contribute to our offense, which loves RBs more than anyone could love anything. I just thought that I'd share my thoughts about a position group which is sure to be treated like chopped liver and could be of great benefit and value to us.
  16. This quote from Robinson makes it sound like he is still looking for an opportunity to trade back and add a few picks. CB is pretty clearly still the biggest need some guys we have met with that are still on the board Kristan Fulton - LSU Amik Robertson - Louisiana Tech Cameron Dantzler - Mississippi State Darnay Holmes - UCLA
  17. This guy has elite speed and awareness, helluva football IQ. D2 so maybe catch him in the 2nd. I think he's the next Polamalu. He could play FS/SS or WILL LB...remind you of someone? They're saying he might run a 4.3. I think he could fill some voids that might happen with Ryan possibly leaving. I wanted J Adams before, but this guy would be the perfect compliment to Byard. If we're gonna keep running these zone schemes, our safety game has gotta be stout. Vacc is aging. Dugger would be an upgrade to him year 2. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001073502/article/super-sleeper-dii-safety-kyle-dugger-squarely-on-nfls-radar
  18. I would have to say I was shocked Arnette went 19 to the Raiders. Viewed as a second to third round prospect and was drafted 19th overall ahead of Fulton, Gladney, Johnson, Noah, etc. Another shocker was no trades in the top 10, and to be exact the first trade happened at 13
  19. So I have Miami moving up from 5 to 3 to get their QB and Detroit dropping to 5 and picking up extra picks and grabbing a dominant interior DL and still getting a very very good CB in 2 Okudah drops and Atlanta pounces and moves up leaving Jacksonville in a situation where Brown, Simmons, Okudah are gone so they go BPA and grab Lamb Kinlaw drops way to far, and lands in a great situation in Dallas who needs a disruptive force in the interior DL 1) Cincy - Joe Burrow - QB 2) Washington - Chase Young - DE 3) Miami - Tua Tagovailoa - QB 4) NYG - Jedrick Wills - OT 5) Detroit - Derrick Brown - DT 6) LAC - Justin Herbert - QB 7) Carolina - Isiah Simmons - LB 8.) Atlanta - Jeff Okudah - CB 9) Jacksonville - CeeDee Lamb - WR 10) Cleveland - Andrew Thomas - OT 11) NYJ - Jerry Jeudy - WR 12) LVR - Henry Ruggs - WR 13) SF - Javon Kinlaw - DT 14) TB - Tristan Wirfs - OT 15) Denver - Mekhi Becton - OT 16) Arizona - Austin Jackson - OT 17) Dallas - CJ Henderson - CB 18) Miami - De’Andre Swift - RB 19) LVR - AJ Terrell - CB 20) Jacksonville - K’Lavon Chaisson - DE 21) Philadelphia - Justin Jefferson - WR 22) Minnesota - Yetur Gross-Matos - DE 23 NE - Xavier McKinney - S 24) NO - Kenneth Murray - ILB 25) Minnesota - Kristian Fulton - CB 26) Miami - Josh Jones - OT 27) Seattle - AJ Epenesa - DE 28) Baltimore - Patrick Queen - ILB 29) Tennessee - Jaylon Johnson - CB 30) GB - Jordan Love - QB 31) SF - Jaelen Reagor - WR 32) KC - Zack Baun - OLB Ill put one more out an hour before the draft after more info comes out. Especially if Clowney signs today, and whispers circulate about Trent Williams and Yannick and ofcourse there is always a surprise player traded on draft day. The single hardest teams to predict are NE, Seattle, and the Jets to be honest. I want to give the Jets an OT, but after losing Anderson in FA Darnold desperately needs a stud WR and he gets one in Jeudy and in round 2 they give him protection in either Wilson, Cleveland, or someone else at OT. I wouldn’t be surprised to see GB as the dark horse to draft Love and groom behind Rogers for 2 years as Rogers is 36 and only has a few years left anyway. People are predicting NO or NE drafts Love but my gut says GB is most likely if he drops 11 Correct so far Hoping to get 12-13 right
  20. 1) Cincy - Joe Burrow - QB - Nothing to say here besides the fans will revolt if they don’t get a QB prospect that’s Andrew Luck type of “Can’t Miss” 2) Washington - Chase Young - DE/OLB - This pick very well could be Tua as Rivera is inheriting a QB he didn’t draft, and may want his own, but they opt for a generational pass rusher instead and if Haskins bombs out then they’ll be in a similar spot next year and Snyder will find a way to get Lawrence or Fields. Until then they get the best player in this draft and give Haskins a year to prove himself. 3) Miami - Tua Tagavaiola - QB - Miami trades pick #5 & #39 to secure their QBOTF. 4) NYG - Jerry Jeudy - WR - They hit a home run in the later rounds last year with Slayton and have a few veteran options in Tate and in Shepherd. They’re missing that go to bonafide #1 WR they lost when they shipped out Beckham. They now get the most polished route runner to come out in a decade with amazing athletic ability and size/speed. They address OL in round 2. Jones is smiling. An offense predicated around Barkley getting the ball 20+ times a game can now flex out to a spread offense and get into shootouts with Jeudy and Slayton on the outside and Tate and Shepherd in the slots. Don’t forget about Barkley out of the backfield and Engram being a mismatch nightmare on TE’s. Defenses will have a hard time picking their poison of having to decide if they’re going to try and neutralize Barkley, Engram, Jeudy or let Shepherd or Tate work them in the middle. 5) Detroit - Jeff Okudah - CB - With Slay and his cap number gone they get younger, cheaper and better at CB1. He is arguably the best CB to come out in the last ten years ranking among Ramsey, Peterson, and Lattimore as the best rookie corner to step on the field day one. 6) LAC - Justin Herbert - QB - He will develop behind Taylor and take the reigns soon behind a dominant defense and running game. 7) Carolina - Derrick Brown - DT - Simmons or Brown. They go pass rusher here. Derrick Brown is an animal and you don’t take a linebacker who isn’t a pass rusher over a dominant disruptive force in the middle of the defense. Chandler Jones enjoyed his best season as a pro last year and will put up an equal year with someone like Brown helping collapse the pocket. 8.) Arizona - Jedrick Wills - OT - They added Hopkins so WR is complete. Now they need to give Murray time to get him the ball and Drake some more holes to run through. Arguably the best OL in the draft he is an absolute steal at pick 8 giving Kyler Murray time to find Hopkins, Kirk or Fitzpatrick or dumping off to Drake. 9) Jacksonville - Isiah Simmons - LB - The value of Simmons is too much to pass on here especially after losing Smith last offseason and Ngaokue this offseason. 10) Cleveland - Andrew Thomas - OT - Baker needs some extra time in the kitchen trying to find time to make plays with Beckham, Landry, Hooper and Chubb after adding Conklin at RT they now get a LT in Thomas. 11) NYJ - Mekhi Becton - OT - Darnold won’t be seeing ghosts as much and Bell will have better blocking. Their offense gets a much needed lift. It’s not everyday you need an OL and have the ability to select a 6’5 340lb athletic behemoth. If Darnold fizzles out again this year after getting help on the OL then they have a big problem. 12 - LVR - CeeDee Lamb - WR - Gruden needs a stud WR to make this offense work. Who else better than a Hopkins clone? 13) SF - Henry Ruggs - WR 2-3 jet chip wasp is giving Shanahan flashbacks of losing his first Super Bowl. He gets his own Tyreek Hill and the return of Hurd and addition of Ruggs plus the growth of Samuel will push this offense into being the Chiefs of the NFC backed up by an elite defense. 14) TB - D’Andre Swift - RB - It’s early for a RB, but they don’t have a running game and TB12 depends on a RB that is solid in pass protection, and can be a threat in the passing game. He is a little bigger than James White, but will be just as good in the passing game as him in this offense as Arians and Brady both value a RB who can catch the ball out of the backfield and be a dependable runner on the ground as well. See David Johnson success under Arians and everyone who had played with Brady in his career. They all featured one thing and that was the ability to be a solid premium pass catcher as well as RB. With Godwin, Evans and Howard on the field all Brady is missing is that RB... They reach for one early but going into the playoffs this won’t be viewed as a reach. It’ll look like a home run pick and Brady is in that stage of his career where he will need a great running game to take pressure off his arm. This pick will pay dividends late in the season. 15) Denver - Javon Kinlaw - DL - They would like to go WR here, but the top 3 are gone and they can get similar value of the next best guy in round 2 (Shenault in 2?) So they opt to round out their front 7 with Kinlaw to pair with Casey on the DL and Miller/Chubb at edge. They have a pass rush that can disrupt Mahomes. 16) ATL - CJ Henderson - CB - They need someone to cover the passing attack of TB and NO so they get who is viewed as the #2 CB in this draft. Personally if I’m drafting a CB I’m looking at Fulton or Johnson, but the pundits have Henderson as the better corner and I don’t get why. 17) Dallas - K’Lavon Chaisson - DE They get Gregory back and brought in Smith at DE to pair with Lawrence. Both guys have been out of football and they get the 20 year old speed demon at DE who hasn’t even scratched the surface of his potential. Next up is a corner. 18) Miami - Tristan Wirfs - OT - They need an OT to protect Tuas blindside for the next decade and get one of the big 4 at 18... Wirfs is more of a RT but this is a perfect fit as Tua is left handed so his blindside will be the right side. Perfect fit. 19) LVR - Kristian Fulton - CB - They need a corner to help with one of the worst passing defenses in the league. They have the pass rushers from last years draft in Ferrell and Crosby... Now they need people on the back end to help them get home and create turnovers. 20) Jacksonville - Trevon Diggs - CB - They lost Bouye and Ramsey as well as Campbell and now Ngaokue. They need help anywhere on defense. Literally anyone they pick will be a good starting point. 21) Philadelphia - Brandon Aiyuk - WR - Wentz needs some WR’s and this dude is amazing with the ball in his hands after the catch. This offense is great at scheming WRs open and Aiyuk would thrive in the system in place. 22) Minnesota - Justin Jefferson - WR - They lost Diggs and added Sharpe at WR who is a nice #3 but they need a legit #2 across Theilen. His floor is high but is ceiling isn’t much higher. A safe pick coming from a pro style offense. 23) NE - Xavier McKinney - S - They need a safety in the worst way. They get the best one (By the media’s standards) at 23. I actually had them taking Kyle Dugger here who I personally have rated as the best S in the draft but I have him going to Dallas in round 2. 24) NO - Kenneth Murray - ILB - They need speed and help on defense. They added Sanders at WR in FA... Now they need a smart and hard nosed guy on defense to lead them and improve their run defense and consistency. 25) Minnesota - Austin Jackson - OT - Cousins needs more protection and he gets it here. Do they go Josh Jones who shined at the senior bowl, or do they go with the 20 year old OT who missed the offseason bc he was donating bone marrow to his sister and still had a hell of a year? I think they go with the upside here. 26) Miami - AJ Epenesa - DE - A perfect scheme fit for Flores. This team just needs good football players anywhere they can get them. So they do what you’re supposed to do. Find your QB and then build the trenches. They get their QBOTF, and a bookend OT and now they get a sound DL against the run and who can also sack the QB. They’ll get their RB after this as it’s all about BPA 27) Seattle - Yetur Gross-Matos - DE Its no secret Seattle needs pass rushers. I expect Clowney to be a Titan and Seattle to sign Griffen and then get someone opposite him in round 1. They get the best pass rusher available at 27 28) Baltimore - Patrick Queen - ILB - I thought about Jonathon Taylor here but they can get a RB in 2 or 3 as they need LB help badly. 29) Tennessee - Jaylon Johnson - CB - It was super painful to pass on Gladney here, as he is my personal preference but Johnson is a damn good CB and a great scheme fit. 30) GB - Denzel Mims - WR - GB needs to find a WR opposite Adams in the worst way. I think Shenault is in play here, and probably would be the pick if he was able to take a physical but that isn’t happening. So they go with a burner who is able to step in day 1 and provide Rodgers with a deep threat. LaFleur will find ways to get him the ball off play action and in open space where he can showcase his speed. 31) SF - Jeff Gladney - CB - They need a #2 CB opposite Sherman and someone to take the reigns from him in a few years. Here is their guy and I’m fucking jealous. He steps in day 1 and is just icing on the cake for an already stacked defense. KC will have a hard time beating them again after SF adds a big time weapon in Ruggs who Garrapolo can’t over throw and now they get a corner who won’t fall victim to the 2-3 jet chip wasp. 32) KC - Jonathon Taylor - RB - They were given a spark from Williams in their playoff run and SB victory, but he is better off as a #2 RB and they go out and get an every down RB to take pressure off Mahomes (What pressure?) and improves their PA game (They can improve?) It’s a perfect fit and we are talking OROY possibility being the bell cow RB in an offense that features Mahomes, Kelsey, Hill, Watkins, Hardman, Robinson, etc. I was going to give them Josh Jones at RT, or Ruiz/Biadasz at C, but I honestly think this pick is either traded to a team wanting Jordan Love, or they go RB as a backup. This is one of the few exceptions where a high octane offense wins a Super Bowl over a lights out defense. Giving them a running back who excels in every aspect of the position who also runs a 4.38 is just criminal, but it’s the best play they have here. There you have it. I know I am going to get whipped for the Swift to TB pick, however I think he goes much higher than people think. If y’all want I will do another round or I’ll just make a first round 3.0 the day of the draft.
  21. For fun here is a full first round mock. No trades. 1) Cincy - Joe Burrow - QB 2) Washington - Chase Young - DE/OLB 3) Detroit - Jeff Okudah - CB 4) NYG - Isiah Simmons - LB 5) Miami - Tua Tagovailoa- QB 6) LAC - Justin Herbert - QB 7) Carolina - Derrick Brown - DT 8 - Arizona - Jedrick Wills Jr - OT 9) Jacksonville - CJ Henderson - CB 10) Cleveland - Andrew Thomas - OT 11) NYJ - Mekhi Becton - OT 12) LV Raiders - CeeDee Lamb - WR 13) SF - Jerry Jeudy - WR 14) TB - Tristan Wirfs - OT 15) Denver - Henry Ruggs - WR 16) Atlanta - Kristian Fulton - CB 17) Dallas - Javon Kinlaw - DT 18) Miami - Austin Jackson - OT 19) LV Raiders - K’Lavon Chaisson - DE 20) Jacksonville - Kenneth Murray - ILB 21) Philadelphia - Justin Jefferson - WR 22) Minnesota - Jaylon Johnson - CB 23) NE - Xavier McKinney - S 24) NO - Patrick Queen - LB 25) Minnesota - Yetur Gross-Matos - DE 26) Miami - D’Andre Swift - RB 27) Seattle - Ezra Cleveland - OT 28) Baltimore - Cesar Ruiz - C 29) Tennessee - Jeff Gladney - CB 30) GB - Laviska Shenault - WR 31) SF - Trevon Diggs - CB 32) KC - Marlon Davidson - DL Instead of just typing out my reasoning behind each pick, I’ll answer whatever questions for any team and pick.
  22. Vote in poll for the player you think the Titans will select if they stick and pick at #29. One Selection. Second poll, do you think they will trade out of the pick? YES or NO. You can vote in both polls.

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