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  1. 4 minutes ago, TXAintsHater said:

    NE Gets:

    WR Julio Jones

    2023 5th rounder

    ATL Gets:

    EDGE Chase Winovich

    CB JC Jackson

    2022 3rd rounder

     

    Both acquired players on defense. More pieces for Pees to work with. Winovich has shown promise but has fallen on the depth chart (and is even rumored to be in Bill's dog house). Easily EDGE 2 if not 1 here. JC Jackson's ball skills speak for themselves. The plan: go for a top 12 offense and a top 16 defense in 2021. Set up a better culture for the next year.

    I would do it. Might switch Chase with Uche tho. Word is Chase has a bad attitude and it has been causing issues.

  2. 2 minutes ago, raysnill1 said:

    how Sway?

    Kenny Gainwell  231 carries 1459 yards 13 TDs, 51 catches 610 yards 3 TDs
    Khalil Herbert  155 carries 1183 yards 8 TDs, 10 catches 179 yards 1 TD

    Gainwell went off the board. Herbert does everything solid and could be an heir apparent to Mike Davis.

  3. 2 minutes ago, gazoo said:

    That is correct going from their skill sets.
     

    I’m not sure why Raiders used Harris as a single high safety in a cover 1, but he’s a big boy at 6’2” and 220lbs and doesn’t have great range so an awful fit. He’s super smart, reads and reacts well and can thump in the box which I’m sure is how Pees intends on using him the majority of snaps.

    Pees will change these guys around to disguise coverages however, so the fact Harris can play high on some snaps even with it not being a great fit is a plus for our defense.

     

    He is a top 10 coverage safety when closer to the box. Harris could come in and match Keanu's level of play last season.

  4. Jax: Trevor Lawrence

    NYJ: Zach Wilson

    SF: Mac Jones🤯

    Trade #4 to Detroit for #7/#41/2022 2nd

    Detroit jumps Cincy and MIA to get the best playmaker on its board (Chase). Cincy takes Pitts, and MiA pairs Tua with his former teammate (D. Smith or Waddle)

    We Trade #7/2022 5th to WFT for Sweat/#19/4th/2022 1st

    Washington gets Lance/Fields and allows him to sit behind Fitz for a season before he takes the starting role. I really don't think Sweat is off the table in a deal. They would have all but one of its picks for this draft(4th rd), and gain our 5th. Washington has been good at evaluating defensive talent, and this deal wouldn't stop them from having a complete draft filling holes.

    1st: Greg Newsome CB

    2nd: Javon Holland S

    2nd: Quinn Meinerz G/C

    3rd: Tylan Wallace WR

    4th: Quincy Roche OLB

    5th:Trey Sermon RB

    6th: Cade Stern S

    6th: Tony Fields LB/S

     

    Post June 1st

    Trade Julio to Jax for Gardner Minshew and 2022 2nd round pick. Would hate to see him go, but tough decisions will have to be made for the numbers to make sense.

    We free up 15mil trading Julio while upgrading our #2 qb for next season. We could offer him a 2yr deal after next season when he becomes a UFA to bridge the gap between Ryan and our future QB(2022 draft).

    FA post 6/1:

    Brian Poole 2yr 7mil/Daquan Jones 2yr 4mil/Ben Garland 1yr 1mil/ Devondre Campbell 2yr 3mil

    Poole solidifies the slot immediately, Jones upgrades our 0/1tech, Cambpell comes back home to add good LB depth, and Garland adds insurance at the C position.

    Secondary

    CB: Terell/Oliver

    CB: Poole/Oliver

    FS:Holland/Stern

    SS:Harris/Fields/Hawkins

    CB:Newsome/Morraeu /Shefield 

     4-3 D

    DE:Fowler/Means/Roche

    DT:Jarrett/Davidson/Cominsky 

    DT:Jones/Davison/Senat

    DE:Sweat/Mingo/Mariner 

     

    WLB: Walker/Fields

    MLB: Deebo/Copeland

    SLB: Foye/Cambpell

     3-4 D

    DE:Jarret/Cominski

    NT: Jones/Davison

    DE: Davidson/Mariner

     

    OLB: Sweat/Roche/Mingo

    ILB:Deebo/Copeland

    ILB: Foye/Walker/Fields

    OLB:Fowler/Mingo/Cambpell

     

     

  5. If we were to get a TE in this draft, I hope it's Tommy Tremble! Wasn't fully used to his ability at ND because they had good TE's in Southbend. Mixture of Kyle Jusczcyk and Delani Walker. Just seems like a AS type of guy

  6. Khalil Herbert is one of the most slept on RB in the draft. Top tier vision and patience. 4.44 speed with above average hands. Only negative I see is pass pro which isn't all too bad(looked better at it during sr bowl). He is a blend of D. Freeman and Tevin Coleman. While not as shifty as Freeman, he has good cod skills. Herbert's ability to stick his foot in the ground and explode north and south is erily similar to Coleman. 

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