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  1. AGG will go sooner.
  2. YES!
  3. Which 8? I'm curious to see the team around them..
  4. Not a fair assessment. Neither do OL but it's highly necessary regardless.
  5. If the Falcons win today, they can move up a COUPLE picks at most. On a loss, they can slide a couple picks as well. Here's my realistic scenario/targets at those spots. At pick 10.. possibly Isaiah Simmons but I'm not in love with a swiss army knife SLB in the club value early first. Would help massively in the second and third levels but there are bigger needs to me. Plus, that's the latest he'll slip after the combine. He's realistically gone by 8. At 10, i'd like to see Atlanta go at Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina DT. Assuming Atlanta doesn't have the $ to bring Davison back, Atlanta will need a possible 5 year option to put at the 1/3T. That versatility is huge in this defense. Jarrett plays over the nose and in the B gap a LOT. Kinlaw plays the 1/3T shade at South Carolina and has the measurements to succeed in the league. Tall, big and fast. At picks 11-13.. definitely Kinlaw. Considered a CB but early for Fulton/Wade/Henderson. Also sounds like TD is comfortable with what we have at CB. At pick 14.. out of Kinlaw post-combine range but seems like a food spot for my guy K'Lavon Chaisson, LSU DE. To me, this is one of those "get your guy moments" that we see so frequently under TD. He gets his guys no matter what.. (see him trading up 2 picks for John Cominsky).. Chaisson is similar to Beasley's playstyle. Incredibly explosive OLB, but unlike Beasley, KLC can control the edge against the run. I'm a huge fan of his. Had 2 sacks and 6 tackles last night against Oklahoma. At 6'4", 250, TD and Q should be incredibly impressed. Beasley may be too expensive to bring back, Clayborn is a FA, Means is a FA and Campbell (Sub PR) is a FA. Gotta plan for the future at DE. Get a guy who can do both. At pick 15.. probably more appropriate for Chaisson. Bottom Line: Kinlaw and Chaisson are my current first round targets/favorites.
  6. You mean from PSU? Yetur Gross-Matos?
  7. Depends for me. If we win today, we'll likely go Javon Kinlaw. If we lose and fall back in the order, we're gonna go EDGE. I think we will LOVE Chaisson from LSU.
  8. My guys so far: RB Chuba Hubbard DT Derrick Brown (boring, but he's a stud) CB Jeff Gladney
  9. For me, almost the same. I'm pounding the table for Chuba Hubbard in the second. Probably has the best size-speed ratio in the class and is scheme versatile. Kinlaw in the first. Put him at 3 and Jarrett at 1.
  10. Thanks for putting the article on here. Open to criticism, comments!
  11. Quinn is staying. Players will be furious if he doesn't.
  12. So... Derrick Brown..
  13. Bredeson is an early day two guy.
  14. Wow. That’s huge. I think Bredeson could easily be the quickest guard in the class. To me, his feet are real fast.
  15. Interesting list here. I love Rodney Smith, RB from Minnesota. Surprised you don't have him here. Definitely check him out. He could easily be a fringe top 10 RB in the class. Also think you're big time sleeping on Ben Bredeson. Lemieux is really low. Your CB rankings are real bold. Not hating btw. I acknowledge these are your personal rankings, just figured id throw in my 2 cents.
  16. My guy is Rodney Smith, Minnesota. True sleeper. Dude is 5'11" 210 and moves like Dalvin Cook.
  17. Ive changed my entire prediction lol
  18. I desperately want Dodds at GM, but he's in lockstep with Ballard. He won't leave Indy. Also really like McClay in Dallas but the chance of him leaving is even lower. As far as what I'd predict: GM: George Paton, Vikings assistant GM Has been previously linked to ATL. Recently heard that ATL liked him when Pioli stepped down. HC: John DeFilippo, Jaguars offensive coordinator From the Paton tree. Catching a lot of steam as head coaching candidate. Offensive guy to provide long term MR2 stability. "John DeFilippo has been described as bringing a modernized west coast offense, with some spread-offense concepts, pre-snap movement, and play-action from Philadelphia. Pat Shurmur brought those same things from Philadelphia too. So, from a base scheme perspective, there may not be much change- except players having to learn some new terminology. And like Shurmur, DeFilippo likes to tailor his offense to the strengths of his quarterback." OC: Aaron Kromer, Rams Run Game Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach DeFilippo would be calling plays obviously, but a young offensive coach needs a good RG coordinator and an elite OL coach to succeed. Kromer and DeFilippo have been connected in the past, an iffy source tells me on Twitter. DC: Rex Ryan Worked with John DeFilippo in NYJ in 2009. Perfect fit for this defense. Arthur Blank loves Rex. Not the dream, and not overly pretty, but we can't always get what we want.
  19. Who wants him? He's inconsistent and expensive. A 5th is generous imho.
  20. YES.
  21. Don't get the Koetter hate. I like his passing game.
  22. I posted that Tweet. It's certainly true.