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  1. FALCONBLOOD's TATF Poll Fueled Mock Draft Idea courtesy of Falconsin2012 (**DISCLAIMER: If the poll acts like you have already voted since you voted on the former, deleted poll, click "Show Vote Options" Tab to re-vote.) ATLANTA'S DRAFT SELECTIONS 1-23) The Atlanta Falcons (Texans) select DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson 2-45) The Atlanta Falcons select DE Jaylon Ferguson, Louisiana Tech 2-54) The Atlanta Falcons (Texans) select OT Kaleb McGary, Washington 3-79) The Atlanta Falcons select CB Isaiah Johnson, Houston 4-117) The Atlanta Falcons select OL Lamont Gaillard, Georgia 4-137) The Atlanta Falcons select DE Maxx Crosby, Eastern Michigan 5-152) The Atlanta Falcons select CB Jimmy Moreland, James Madison 5-172) The Atlanta Falcons select S Sheldrick Redwine, Miami 6-186) The Atlanta Falcons select RB Elijah Holyfield, Georgia 7-230) The Atlanta Falcons select P Jack Fox, Rice ATLANTA'S POST-DRAFT ROSTER QB Matt Ryan, Matt Schaub, Kurt Beckert RB Devonta Freeman, Brian Hill, Kenjon Barner, RB Ito Smith, Elijah Holyfield, Jeremy Langford FB Ricky Ortiz WR Julio Jones, James Hardy WR Calvin Ridley, Russell Gage WR Mohammed Sanu, Christian Blake, Devin Gray TE Austin Hooper, Logan Paulsen TE Luke Stocker, Eric Saubert, Alex Gray, Jaeden Graham LT Jake Matthews, John Wetzel LG James Carpenter, Wes Schweitzer, Sean Harlow C Alex Mack, Lamont Gaillard, Adam Gettis RG Jamon Brown, Brandon Fusco RT Ty Sambrailo, Kaleb McGary, Matt Gono DE Takk McKinley, Jaylon Ferguson, Steven Means DT Grady Jarrett, Jack Crawford, Ra’Shede Hageman DT Dexter Lawrence, Tyeler Davison, Deadrin Senat, Justin Zimmer, Michael Bennett DE Adrian Clayborn, Vic Beasley, Maxx Crosby, Chris Odom, Jacob Tuioti-Mariner LB De’Vondre Campbell, Kemal Ishmael LB Deion Jones, Bruce Carter LB Foye Oluokun, Duke Riley, Jermaine Grace CB Desmond Trufant, Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB Isaiah Oliver, Isaiah Johnson NB Damonte Kazee, Jimmy Moreland, Taveze Calhoun FS Rico Allen, Sheldrick Redwine, Chris Cooper, Ryan Neal SS Keanu Neal, J.J. Wilcox, Sharrod Neasman, Afolabi Laguda K Giorgio Tavecchio P Matt Bosher, Jack Fox LS Josh Harris KR/PR Kenjon Barner THE 2019 NFL DRAFT FIRST ROUND (**DISCLAIMER: This mock draft has been heavily influenced by visiting NFL Team's message boards and gauging fan interest in certain selections.) • 1-1) The Arizona Cardinals select QB Kyler Murray, Oklahoma - The Cardinals grab their new coaches preferred franchise QB. • 1-2) The San Francisco 49ers select DE Nick Bosa, Ohio State - The 49ers hope to have selected the best pass rusher and player in the draft. • 1-3) The New York Jets select DE Josh Allen, Kentucky - The Jets grab some elite edge rush talent to try and energize their defense. • 1-4) The Oakland Raiders select DL Quinnen Williams, Alabama - The Raiders grab arguably the most talented defensive player in the draft. • 1-5) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers select LB Devin White, LB - The Buccaneers look to continue their legacy of fielding elite linebackers. • 1-6) The New York Giants select OT Jawaan Taylor, Florida - The Giants know for any QB or RB to be successful, their offensive line needs improving. • 1-7) The Jacksonville Jaguars select DE Montez Sweat, Mississippi State - The Jaguars hope he is a big success at edge opposite Ngakoue. • 1-8) The Detroit Lions are on the clock... The Detroit Lions GM has been very open about desiring a slight trade down this year: “I always like draft picks,” Quinn said. “So if we can move back a little bit, a couple spots, and pick up another pick, the depth in this draft is really—from the late first to the third—there’s a lot of really good players in there. So, if I could ever move back a few spots, get a really good player in the first round and add another pick, I think that’s something that’d be great.” http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001025260/article/detroit-lions-gm-open-to-trading-down-in-first-round Well, sure enough, he gives the Falcons a call: Bob Quinn inquires: “Hey Thomas, are you interested in moving up to 8 to grab an available player in the draft this year?” Thomas Dimitroff: “What is it going to cost me?” Bob Quinn with a pause: “I think your first and second will do it for us.” DraftTek.com Trade Value Chart Breakdown: 1-8 DET = 1400 points 1-14 ATL = 1100 points 2-45 ATL = 450 points Total = DET 1400 points and ATL 1550 points Thomas replies: “I do not think we will be moving our second round pick to move up 6 spots for any player currently available. Would you consider our 3rd, early 4th and early 5th?” DraftTek.com Trade Value Chart Breakdown: 1-8 DET = 1400 points 1-14 ATL = 1100 points 3-79 ATL = 195 points 4-117 ATL = 60 points 5-152 ATL = 30.2 points Total = DET 1400 points and ATL 1385.2 points Bob Quinn urges: “Tom, if I don’t get your second here I will be smeared for months. We are running out of time by the way. How about this? Our 1st and 3rd for your 1st and 2nd.” DraftTek.com Trade Value Chart Breakdown: 1-8 DET = 1400 points 3-88 DET = 150 points 1-14 ATL = 1100 points 2-45 ATL = 450 points Total = DET 1550 points and ATL 1550 points Thomas Dimitroff says: “I will give you our answer in one minute, I am going to inform our War Room of your latest offer.” Scenario 1: What Do We Do? Decline the Offer and Keep 1-14 OR Accept the Offer and Trade 1-14 and 2-45 for 1-8 and 3-88 To Select: DL Ed Oliver, Houston DE Brians Burns, Florida State DL Rashan Gary, Michigan OL Jonah Williams, Alabama OL Cody Ford, Oklahoma DT Christian Wilkins, Clemson DE Clelin Ferrell, Clemson OT Andre Dillard, Washington State CB Greedy Williams, LSU CB DeAndre Baker, Georgia CB Byron Murphy, Washington DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson DL Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame LB Devin Bush, Michigan CLOSING OF POLL RESULTS: 21 IN FAVOR OF DECLINE THE OFFER 16 IN FAVOR OF ACCEPTING THE OFFER AND DRAFTING ED OLIVER 0 IN FAVOR OF ANYTHING ELSE Thomas Dimitroff to Dan Quinn: "Dan, we can go grab Ed Oliver. They want our 1st and 2nd for their 1st and 3rd. On one hand we get a guy we love, moving up 6 spots in the first round. Our 2nd round pick however gets downgraded 43 spots from pick 45 to pick 88." Dan Quinn replies: "There's a lot of players I think we can add to this team right now, I do not think we should remove ourselves from the 2nd round to grab Ed." Thomas Dimitroff to Dan Quinn: "I agree, I'll let him know and we'll see if Ed is here at 14." Thomas Dimitroff to Bob Quinn: "Hey Bob, we appreciate your offer and respect you reaching out to us, but we are going to have to decline at this time. It was a fair offer and we were torn, but we'll sit pat at 14 for now. Please let us know the rest of the weekend if you have any further trade interests." Bob Quinn replies: "I understand Thomas, thank you for your time. I just received some inside information that our rivals in Green Bay will not let Ed Oliver slip past them. Buffalo is pretty in love with Ed as well. Does that make you reconsider?" Thomas Dimitroff carefully: "We are still going to pass Bob, thank you for the heads up." FIRST ROUND CONTINUED... • 1-8) The Detroit Lions select DE Brians Burns, Florida State - The Lions look to replace Ansah on the edge, and hope Burns' pass rush prowess translates to the NFL. • 1-9) The Buffalo Bills select DL Ed Oliver, Houston - The Bills prioritize the trenches and grab one of the more exciting players in the draft after losing Kyle Williams. • 1-10) The Denver Broncos select QB Drew Lock, Missouri - John Elway is, agreeing with reports, in love with Lock and will look to redshirt him behind Flacco for a year. • 1-11) The Cincinnati Bengals select LB Devin Bush, Michigan - It is no secret that the Bengals were coveting a playmaker at linebacker; they found him. • 1-12) The Green Bay Packers select TE T.J. Hockenson, Iowa - The Packers add a big target for Rodgers in the passing game, he should be special. • 1-13) The Miami Dolphins select DL Rashan Gary, Michigan - The Dolphins punt at QB, and opt to fortify their trenches with the athletically gifted, edge prospect. • 1-14) The Atlanta Falcons are on the clock... The Falcons survey their draft board and prepare to finalize their first round decision. *Ring, Ring!* Dan Quinn answers the phone and promptly hands it to Thomas Dimitroff. Dan Quinn informs: "It's the Houston Texans general manager, TD." Brian Gaine: "Thomas, Brian here with the Texans. We need to know how you feel about moving back to our pick in the draft? We have an athletic offensive tackle we are in love with who we think can help protect DeShaun, but we are confident he won't be here at 23." Thomas Dimitroff: "Well Brian, we are listening, but we already have guys currently we are actually pretty excited to pull the trigger on. What is your offer?" Brian Gaine: "Thomas, Houston is prepared to send you our 1st and our lower 2nd round pick to move up to 14." DraftTek.com Trade Value Chart Breakdown: 1-14 ATL = 1100 points 1-23 HOU = 760 points 2-55 HOU = 350 points Total = Houston 1110 points and ATL 1100 points Thomas Dimitroff: "I don't know Brian, we feel like we may miss out on our top targets moving all the way back to 23. The 2nd is enticing. We haven't done much planning to pick in the mid 50's. Wait, don't you own pick 54?" Brian Gaine: "Yes Thomas, we are actually prepared to offer you our highest 2nd instead of our lowest second in the trade. This only leap frogs us, but if you are worried about competing with us for your second round selection, now you wouldn't. This is also the best I am able to offer you. We love this tackle prospect, but we cannot offer you any better than this to get him." DraftTek.com Trade Value Chart Breakdown: 1-14 ATL = 1100 points 1-23 HOU = 760 points 2-54 HOU = 360 points Total = Houston 1120 points and ATL 1100 points Thomas Dimitroff: "Brian, give me a minute. I want to relay your offer to the War Room." Scenario 2: What Do We Do? Decline the Offer and Keep 1-14 to select: OL Cody Ford, Oklahoma DT Christian Wilkins, Clemson OL Jonah Williams, Alabama DE Clelin Ferrell, Clemson OT Andre Dillard, Washington State CB Greedy Williams, LSU CB DeAndre Baker, Georgia CB Byron Murphy, Washington DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson DL Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame OR Accept the Offer and Trade 1-14 for 1-23 and 2-54 CLOSING OF POLL RESULTS: 13 IN FAVOR OF ACCEPTING THE OFFER AND TRADING 1-14 FOR 1-23 AND 2-54 5 IN FAVOR OF DECLINING THE OFFER AND KEEPING 1-14 TO SELECT CHRISTIAN WILKINS 4 IN FAVOR OF DECLINING THE OFFER AND KEEPING 1-14 TO SELECT DEXTER LAWRENCE 1 IN FAVOR OF DECLINING THE OFFER AND KEEPING 1-14 TO SELECT CODY FORD 1 IN FAVOR OF DECLINING THE OFFER AND KEEPING 1-14 TO SELECT GREEDY WILLIAMS Thomas Dimitroff: "Hey Brian, we are going to go ahead with the deal. Good luck to you and your guy. Andre looks like he can make one **** of a tackle in this league." Brian Gaine: "Good to do business with you Thomas. We'll stay in touch, we may be able to work out another deal in another round. And thanks, Andre Dillard has our team excited." Thomas Dimitroff: "Will do." THERE HAS BEEN A TRADE! Roger Goodell: "The Atlanta Falcons have traded their 2019 pick 1-14 for the 2019 picks 1-23 and 2-54 of the Houston Texans." FIRST ROUND CONTINUED... • 1-14) The Houston Texans (Falcons) select OT Andre Dillard, Washington State - The Texans need to protect Watkins, they take a big step here. • 1-15) The Washington Redskins select CB Byron Murphy, Washington - The Redskins need at corner is plugged by the talented corner from Washington. • 1-16) The Carolina Panthers select OL Jonah Williams, Alabama - The Panthers want to help Cam Newton avoid taking so many hits, Williams can help. • 1-17) The New York Giants select DE Clelin Ferrell, Clemson - The Giants once again punt at the quarterback position and look to hit on a productive edge rusher. • 1-18) The Minnesota Vikings select OL Cody Ford, Oklahoma - The Vikings offensive line woes is well documented, they hope Ford is a big part of the solution. • 1-19) The Tennessee Titans select DT Christian Wilkins, Clemson - The Tennessee Titans need defensive line help, they get a lot of help with Wilkins. • 1-20) The Pittsburg Steelers select WR D.K. Metcalf, Ole Miss - The Pittsburg Steelers lost Antonio Brown, but grab the most impressive WR athletically to replace. • 1-21) The Seattle Seahawks select CB Greedy Williams, LSU - The Seahawks continue their rebuild and help to stabilize their corner situation and defense. • 1-22) The Baltimore Ravens select WR Parris Campbell, Ohio State - The Ravens need someone for Lamar to throw to, Campbell is polished and speedy. • 1-23) The Atlanta Falcons (Texans) are on the clock... Arthur Blank: "Lets let him know. I'll welcome him home first this time." *Ring, Ring!* Draft Prospect: "Hello?" Arthur Blank: "This is Arthur Blank of the Atlanta Falcons and we just wanted to let you know we are going to pick you here. We are very pleased you are still on the board and you are going to be an Atlanta Falcon. You are a big part of our plans. Congratulations. I'm going to hand the phone off to Dan and Thomas, our coach and general manager. One moment, and congratulations again." Draft Prospect: "Thank you so much for believing in me." Scenario 3: What Do We Do? At 1-23 we select: CB DeAndre Baker, Georgia DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson DL Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame OT Greg Little, Ole Miss OL Chris Lindstrom, Boston College TE Noah Fant, Iowa OL Garrett Bradbury, N.C. State OT/C Dalton Risner, Kansas State DT Jeffrey Simmons, Mississippi State DL Dre'Mont Jones, Ohio State DL Zach Allen, Boston College CB Rock Ya-Sin, Temple CB Amani Oruwariye, Penn State CLOSING OF POLL RESULTS: 9 IN FAVOR OF SELECT DEXTER LAWRENCE 2 IN FAVOR OF SELECT DEANDRE BAKER 1 IN FAVOR OF SELECT JERRY TILLERY Dexter Lawrence to Dan Quinn: "I won't let you down coach. I am ready to work to be great. I am ready to be a Falcon." Dan Quinn to Dexter Lawrence: "Dexter we are fired up to bring you to the brotherhood man. We're definitely going to push you to be great. We are thrilled you are an Atlanta Falcon man!" The Pick Is In... Roger Goodell: "With the 23rd pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Atlanta Falcons select Dexter Lawrence, defensive tackle, Clemson." Analyst: "The Falcons have to be thrilled that Lawrence was here after the trade down. He's a big, athletic body. The Falcons wanted to get bigger this offseason; stronger. That is exactly what Lawrence gives them here. They will look for him to regain his freshman form where he showed out as a run stopper and pass rusher in the middle of that great Clemson defensive line. He should immediately step into a starting role opposite Grady Jarrett, a fellow Clemson defensive tackle." FIRST ROUND CONTINUED... • 1-23) The Atlanta Falcons (Texans) select DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson - (above) • 1-24) The Oakland Raiders select QB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State - The Raiders cannot pass up Haskins this late in the 1st, Gruden grabs his quarterback. • 1-25) The Philadelphia Eagles select CB DeAndre Baker, Georgia - The Eagles secondary was exposed last year, Baker should help strengthen it. • 1-26) The Indianapolis Colts select DL Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame - The Colts have been looking to upgrade their defensive line, Tillery fits the bill. • 1-27) The Oakland Raiders select RB Josh Jacobs, Alabama - John Gruden arguably pairs the best DT, QB and now RB in the draft, Jacobs can be great. • 1-28) The Los Angeles Chargers select QB Daniel Jones, Duke - The Chargers hope to have grabbed Rivers heir apparent, he did well in their private workout. • 1-29) The Seattle Seahawks (Chiefs) select WR Marquise Brown, Oklahoma - The Seahawks hope Brown can bring some electricity to their offense. • 1-30) The Green Bay Packers select DL Dre'Mont Jones, Ohio State - The Packers missed out on Ed Oliver, they feel Jones can develop to be a similar force. • 1-31) The Los Angeles Rams select OL Chris Lindstrom, Boston College - The Rams need interior OL help to take the next step, enter Lindstrom. • 1-32) The New England Patriots select TE Noah Fant, Iowa - The Patriots look to replace Gronk with the exciting and athletic Fant at tight end. SECOND ROUND • 2-33) The Arizona Cardinals select DT Jeffrey Simmons, Mississippi State - The Cardinals take a very talented player that they can afford to let heal. • 2-34) The Indianapolis Colts select WR A.J. Brown, Ole Miss - The Colts look to strengthen their WR play outside of TY Hilton and Funchess. • 2-35) The Oakland Raiders select CB Rock Ya-Sin, Temple - The Raiders turn their attention back to defense and stopping the pass. • 2-36) The San Francisco 49ers select S Deionte Thompson, Alabama - A weak safety unit gets a big boost with Thompson. • 2-37) The New York Giants select WR Deebo Samuel, South Carolina - Deebo has the unfortunate responsibility of filling Beckham Jr's shoes. • 2-38) The Jacksonville Jaguars select OT Greg Little, Ole Miss - The Jaguars invest in Nick Foles' safety here, Little was not expected to be here. • 2-39) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers select S Johnathan Abram, Mississippi State - The Buccaneers add the hard hitting safety to their defense. • 2-40) The Buffalo Bills select TE Irv Smith Jr., Alabama - The Bills add a nice weapon for Allen on the outside, Smith Jr. has a lot of talent. • 2-41) The Denver Broncos select LB Mack Wilson, Alabama - The Broncos have a big need to fill at inside linebacker, Wilson can do that. • 2-42) The Cincinnati Bengals select QB Ryan Finley, N.C. State - The Bengals hope to have found a savior at QB in the talented Mr. Finley. • 2-43) The Detroit Lions select CB Amani Oruwariye, Penn State - The Lions get much needed cornerback help here in Oruwariye. • 2-44) The Green Bay Packers select WR N’Keal Harry, Arizona State - The Packers add their 2nd talented target of the draft for Aaron Rodgers. • 2-45) The Atlanta Falcons are on the clock... Dan Quinn: "Hey man, this is Dan Quinn of the Atlanta Falcons. I just wanted to let you know we are going to be picking you here my man. Welcome to the brotherhood." Draft Prospect: "I am so happy coach. This is where I wanted to be." Dan Quinn: "Happy to hear that. Get ready to work hard. We have big plans for you and this team." Scenario 4: What Do We Do? At 2-45 we select: RB Damien Harris, Alabama CB Justin Layne, Michigan State CB Joejuan Williams, Vanderbilt OL Elgton Jenkins, Mississippi State DE Jachai Polite, Florida OL Michael Deiter, Wisconsin LB Vosean Joseph, Florida WR Kelvin Harmon, N.C. State OT Tytus Howard, Alabama State OL Garrett Bradbury, N.C. State OT Dalton Risner, Kansas State DL Zach Allen, Boston College DE Jaylon Ferguson, Louisiana Tech CB Jamel Dean, Auburn S Juan Thornhill, Virginia CB Julian Love, Notre Dame DE D'Andre Walker, Georgia OL Erik McCoy, Texas A&M OT Kaleb McGary, Washington DE Chase Winovich, Michigan S Darnell Savage, Maryland DL L.J. Collier, TCU CB Isaiah Johnson, Houston CB Sean Bunting, Central Michigan CB Justin Layne, Michigan State S Nasir Adderley, Delaware CLOSING OF POLL RESULTS: 9 IN FAVOR OF SELECT JAYLON FERGUSON 6 IN FAVOR OF SELECT TYTUS HOWARD 4 IN FAVOR OF SELECT GARRETT BRADBURY OR ZACH ALLEN 1 IN FAVOR OF SELECT DALTON RISNER, NASIR ADDERLEY, KALEB MCGARY AND JUSTIN LAYNE Jaylon Ferguson: "Yes Mr Dimitroff. I can't wait to get started. Thanks for believing in me." Thomas Dimitroff: "Well one of our defensive legends Keith Brooking is going to announce you in a moment. We are excited to have you. Enjoy today. See you in Atlanta soon to put in some work." The Pick Is In... Keith Brooking: ""With the 45th pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Atlanta Falcons select Jaylon Ferguson, defensive end, Louisiana Tech." Analyst: "Opinions differ on this kid, but if the positive opinions prove to be true, the Falcons have found themselves a real difference maker off the edge for a long time. At Louisiana Tech he was a productive pass rusher, to say the least. He is the all-time NCAA record holder for sacks, with 45, passing Terrell Suggs record. The Falcons can only hope his production translates to the NFL as well as Suggs production did. It will take some coaching, but the Falcons coach Dan Quinn is up to the task. He should immediately step into a rotational role on the edge." SECOND ROUND CONTINUED... • 2-45) The Atlanta Falcons select DE Jaylon Ferguson, Louisiana Tech - (above) • 2-46) The Washington Redskins select WR Kelvin Harmon, N.C. State - The Redskins add a weapon for their offense, and are rumored to be in play for Arizona's QB Rosen. • 2-47) The Carolina Panthers select DL Zach Allen, Boston College - The Panthers add a talented defensive lineman to help boost their defense this season and beyond. • 2-48) The Miami Dolphins select OL Garrett Bradbury, N.C. State - The Dolphins continue to add to the trenches, adding Bradbury to their interior offensive line. • 2-49) The Cleveland Browns select S Nasir Adderley, Delaware - The Browns continue to build their defense, their secondary adds the talented Mr. Adderley. • 2-50) The Minnesota Vikings select OT Dalton Risner, Kansas State - The Minnesota Vikings are stockpiling offensive lineman, Ford and Risner should be good for them. • 2-51) The Tennessee Titans select DE Chase Winovich, Michigan - The Titans almost ran to the podium to grab this kid, they really want to improve their defensive line. • 2-52) The Pittsburg Steelers select LB Vosean Joseph, Florida - The Steelers get a fast a physical linebacker they craved, Joseph could be a tremendous pro linebacker. • 2-53) The Philadelphia Eagles select OT Tytus Howard, Alabama State - The talent wealthy Eagles grab a hyped tackle prospect to groom for a year behind Peters. • 2-54) The Atlanta Falcons (Texans) are on the clock... Thomas Dimitroff: "Hey man, it's Thomas Dimitroff of the Atlanta Falcons. You have worked hard to get to this point and we can't wait for you to continue to work hard for us in Atlanta. Welcome to the brotherhood." Draft Prospect: "Mr. Dimitroff, I consider this a great honor. I can't wait to get started." Scenario 5: What Do We Do? At 2-54 we select: (I have begun to compile a list of players at each notable position for the coming rounds, I will try my best to pick 20 or so realistic picks for us to vote on.) QB Jarrett Stidham, Auburn QB Tyree Jackson, Buffalo QB Clayton Thorson, Northwestern RB Damien Harris, Alabama RB Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M RB Darrell Henderson, Memphis RB Miles Sanders, Penn State RB Mike Weber, Ohio State RB David Montgomery, Iowa State RB Devin Singletary, FAU TE Kaden Smith, Stanford TE Caleb Wilson, UCLA TE Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M TE Dawson Knox, Ole Miss TE Dax Raymond, Utah State TE Foster Moreau, LSU WR J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford WR Riley Ridley, Georgia WR Hakeem Butler, Iowa State WR Andy Isabella, Massachusetts OT Kaleb McGary, Washington OT David Edwards, Wisconsin OT Yodney Cajuste, West Virginia OT Martez Ivey, Florida OT Chuma Edoga, USC OL Bobby Evans, Oklahoma OL Elgton Jenkins, Mississippi State OL Michael Deiter, Wisconsin OL Erik McCoy, Texas A&M OL Michael Jordan, Ohio State OL Connor McGovern, Penn State OL Nate Davis, Charlotte OL Dru Samia, Oklahoma OL Lamont Gaillard, Georgia OL Ben Powers, Oklahoma DL L.J. Collier, TCU DE Jachai Polite, Florida DE D'Andre Walker, Georgia DE Oshane Ximines, Old Dominion DE Justin Hollins, Oregon DE Anthony Nelson, Iowa DE Austin Bryant, Clemson DE Charles Omenihu, Texas DE Joe Jackson, Miami DE Christian Miller, Alabama DL Charles Omenihu, Texas DT Gerald Willis III, Miami DT Isaiah Buggs, Alabama DT Trysten Hill, Central Florida DT Renell Wren, Arizona State DT Kingsley Keke, Texas A&M DT Khalen Saunders, Western Illinois DT Daylon Mack, Texas A&M LB Tre Lamar, Clemson LB Tevon Coney, Notre Dame LB David Long Jr., West Virginia LB Germaine Pratt, North Carolina State LB Drue Tranquill, Notre Dame LB Blake Cashman, Minnesota CB Lonnie Johnson Jr, Kentucky CB Isaiah Johnson, Houston CB Sean Bunting, Central Michigan CB Justin Layne, Michigan State CB Trayvon Mullen, Clemson CB Kendall Sheffield, Ohio State CB Joejuan Williams, Vanderbilt CB Julian Love, Notre Dame CB David Long, Michigan CB Jamel Dean, Auburn CB Mark Fields, Clemson S Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Florida S Taylor Rapp, Washington S Juan Thornhill, Virginia S Amani Hooker, Iowa S Darnell Savage Jr., Maryland S Marvell Tell III, Southern California CLOSING OF POLL RESULTS: 10 IN FAVOR OF SELECT KALEB MCGARY 5 IN FAVOR OF SELECT TRAYVON MULLEN, DARNELL SAVAGE, YODNEY CAJUSTE, AND ELGTON JENKINS 3 IN FAVOR OF SELECT JOEJUAN WILLIAMS 1 IN FAVOR OF SELECT JUSTIN LAYNE, ISAIAH JOHNSON, CHAUNCEY GARDNER-JOHNSON JR, MICHAEL DEITER, GERALD WILLIS III Kaleb McGary: "You will get my best effort coach." Dan Quinn: "We know that and we are pumped to get started with you! Enjoy today buddy!" The Pick Is In... Keith Brooking: ""With the 54th pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Atlanta Falcons select Kaleb McGary, offensive tackle, Washington." Analyst: "This kid has that former basketball player background that many scouts love. The athleticism and frame are there. He is a career right tackle so far, and that is just where the Falcons envision this kid being. He has the tools, but can the Falcons staff get good production out of him and can it happen as early as this year? The Falcons are certainly betting on their ability to refine his blocking skills to prepare for the NFL game, but it remains to be seen if he can supplant incumbent Ty Sambrailo. At the very least, this season, he provides strong competition at the right tackle position for Atlanta." SECOND ROUND CONTINUED... • 2-54) The Atlanta Falcons (Texans) select OT Kaleb McGary, Washington - (above) • 2-55) The Houston Texans select OL Bobby Evans, Oklahoma - The Texans continue to fortify their offensive line to protect their franchise quarterback. • 2-56) The New England Patriots select DL L.J. Collier, TCU - The Patriots turn the attention to their defensive line after losing lots of talent this off season. • 2-57) The Philadelphia Eagles select S Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Florida - The Eagles return to addressing their secondary woes with the talented safety from Florida. • 2-58) The Dallas Cowboys select S Taylor Rapp, Washington - The Cowboys don't want Heath starting at safety longterm, Rapp can remedy this. • 2-59) The Indianapolis Colts select CB Lonnie Johnson Jr, Kentucky - The Colts address their need at corner with the talented Kentucky defender. • 2-60) The Los Angeles Chargers select DT Gerald Willis III, Miami - The Chargers need another middle presence for their talented edge defenders to shine more often. • 2-61) The Kansas City Chiefs select OL Elgton Jenkins, Mississippi State - The Chiefs help to plug a hole in their offensive line for years to come. • 2-62) The New Orleans Saints select WR Andy Isabella, Massachusetts - The Saints want more weapons to open up things for Michael Thomas and Drew Brees. • 2-63) The Kansas City Chiefs select OLB D'Andre Walker, Georgia - The Chiefs look to catch another Justin Houston in this Georgia edge prospect. • 2-64) The New England Patriots select WR J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford - The Patriots continue to add young weapons for Brady and beyond. THIRD ROUND • 3-65) The Arizona Cardinals select WR Hakeem Butler, Iowa State - The Cardinals have to give their quarterback targets that will be here for a while, unlike Fitz. • 3-66) The Pittsburg Steelers select CB Trayvon Mullen, Clemson - The Steelers must strengthen their corner position in this draft. • 3-67) The San Francisco 49ers select WR Riley Ridley, Georgia - The 49ers strengthen their WR core with the brother of Calvin Ridley of the Falcons. • 3-68) The New York Jets select OL Erik McCoy, Texas A&M - The Jets need to lock up their center for Darnold. • 3-69) The Jacksonville Jaguars select - RB Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M - The Jaguars add the talented back to take some responsibility away from Fournette. • 3-70) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers select RB Damien Harris, Alabama - The Buccaneers hope he can stabilize their tumultuous running back situation. • 3-71) The Denver Broncos select TE Kaden Smith, Stanford - The Broncos grab a tight end who can instantly step in and be the best player at his position for them. • 3-72) The Cincinnati Bengals select OT Yodney Cajuste, West Virginia - The Bengals hope Cajuste can protect Dalton or Finley sooner rather than later. • 3-73) The New England Patriots select DT Isaiah Buggs, Alabama - The Patriots lost Malcolm Brown, they grab a big Alabama defensive tackle to replace. • 3-74) The Buffalo Bills select WR David Sills V, West Virginia - The Bills add another weapon for their quarterback with the impressive arm. • 3-75) The Green Bay Packers select S Darnell Savage Jr., Maryland - The Packers need a rangy safety to improve their defense. THERE HAS BEEN A TRADE! Roger Goodell: "The Washington Redskins have traded their 2019 pick 3-76 and a 2020 3rd round pick for Quarterback, Josh Rosen of the Arizona Cardinals." • 3-76) The Arizona Cardinals (Redskins) select S Amani Hooker, Iowa - The Cardinals strengthen their secondary by sending away last years 1st round pick. • 3-77) The Carolina Panthers select CB Julian Love, Notre Dame - The Panthers look to strengthen their secondary in a competitive NFC South. • 3-78) The Miami Dolphins select CB Justin Layne, Michigan State - A mini run on secondary players hopefully nets the Dolphins a steal. • 3-79) The Atlanta Falcons are on the clock... Jessie Tuggle: *peaks at card* I hope this guy can help my team finally win it all. Grady deserves it. Heck they all do." NFL Prospect: *rubs sweaty palms together* "This is it. I can't believe this is it." Scenario 6: What Do We Do? At 3-79 we select: (I have begun to compile a list of players at each notable position for the coming rounds, I will try my best to pick 20 or so realistic picks for us to vote on.) QB Will Greer, West Virginia QB Jarrett Stidham, Auburn QB Tyree Jackson, Buffalo QB Clayton Thorson, Northwestern RB Darrell Henderson, Memphis RB Miles Sanders, Penn State RB Mike Weber, Ohio State RB David Montgomery, Iowa State RB Devin Singletary, FAU WR Darius Slayton, Auburn WR Miles Boykin, Notre Dame WR MeCole Hardman, Georgia WR Hunter Renfrow, Clemson WR Emanuel Hall, Missouri WR Gary Jennings Jr., West Virginia TE Caleb Wilson, UCLA TE Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M TE Dawson Knox, Ole Miss TE Dax Raymond, Utah State TE Josh Oliver, San Jose State TE Foster Moreau, LSU OT David Edwards, Wisconsin OT Martez Ivey, Florida OT Chuma Edoga, USC OL Michael Deiter, Wisconsin OL Michael Jordan, Ohio State OL Connor McGovern, Penn State OL Nate Davis, Charlotte OL Dru Samia, Oklahoma OL Lamont Gaillard, Georgia OL Ben Powers, Oklahoma DE Jachai Polite, Florida DE Oshane Ximines, Old Dominion DE Justin Hollins, Oregon DE Anthony Nelson, Iowa DE Austin Bryant, Clemson DE Charles Omenihu, Texas DE Joe Jackson, Miami DE Christian Miller, Alabama DL Charles Omenihu, Texas DT Trysten Hill, Central Florida DT Renell Wren, Arizona State DT Kingsley Keke, Texas A&M DT Khalen Saunders, Western Illinois DT Daylon Mack, Texas A&M LB Tre Lamar, Clemson LB Tevon Coney, Notre Dame LB David Long Jr., West Virginia LB Germaine Pratt, North Carolina State LB Drue Tranquill, Notre Dame LB Blake Cashman, Minnesota CB Isaiah Johnson, Houston CB Sean Bunting, Central Michigan CB Kendall Sheffield, Ohio State CB Joejuan Williams, Vanderbilt CB David Long, Michigan CB Jamel Dean, Auburn CB Mark Fields, Clemson S Juan Thornhill, Virginia S Marvell Tell III, Southern California S Sheldrick Redwine, Miami S Jaquan Johnson, Miami S Will Harris, Boston College CLOSING OF POLL RESULTS: 21 IN FAVOR OF SELECT ISAIAH JOHNSON 5 IN FAVOR OF SELECT SEAN BUNTING 3 IN FAVOR OF SELECT JOEJUAN WILLIAMS 2 IN FAVOR OF SELECT DAVID MONTGOMERY 1 IN FAVOR OF SELECT MECOLE HARDMAN, CONNOR MCGOVERN Isaiah Oliver: *hangs up phone* "Guys, I am going to be an Atlanta Falcon!" Oliver Family: *Nonsensical screaming and jubilation* The Pick Is In... Jessie Tuggle: ""With the 79th pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Atlanta Falcons select Isaiah Johnson, cornerback, Houston." Analyst: "Another Oliver from Houston was linked to Atlanta in rumors this off season. Well Ed in Atlanta did not come to fruition, but they likely get the better value here. Isaiah Oliver converted from wide receiver to cornerback for Houston and never looked back. He has all of the tools. His speed and good hands make him an especially attractive prospect for Atlanta. They Falcons may have to make a tough decision with Desmond Trufant soon, and Isaiah Oliver with a year of grooming could very well be who they turn to in that event. Atlanta will hope to fine tune the skills of the other Oliver from Houston." THIRD ROUND CONTINUED • 3-79) The Atlanta Falcons select CB Isaiah Oliver, Houston - (above) • 3-80) The Cleveland Browns select OT David Edwards, Wisconsin - The Browns look to protect Mayfield and open better lanes for Chubb. • 3-81) The Minnesota Vikings select DT Trysten Hill, Central Florida - The much hyped prospect looks to be a cog on the Vikings line for a long time. • 3-82) The Tennessee Titans select WR Miles Boykin, Notre Dame - The talented wide receiver blew away the combine and the Titans hope they found a stud target for Mariota. • 3-83) The Pittsburg Steelers select TE Dawson Knox, Ole Miss - The Steelers add the talented Knox to replace their former tight end who left in free agency. • 3-84) The Seattle Seahawks select OL Michael Jordan, Ohio State - The Seahawks look to improve their woeful offensive line. • 3-85) The Baltimore Ravens select OLB Jachai Polite, Florida - Polite's fall ends here, talented but tested poorly, he will look to prove everyone wrong. • 3-86) The Houston Texans select CB Joejuan Williams, Vanderbilt - The Texans aim to find stability at cornerback with Williams. • 3-87) The Chicago Bears select RB Miles Sanders, Penn State - The Bears get their cheaper complement to Tarik Cohen, Sanders should thrive here. • 3-88) The Detroit Lions select OL Connor McGovern, Penn State - The Lions grab the talented McGovern and hope he sticks at guard for them. • 3-89) The Indianapolis Colts select LB Germaine Pratt, North Carolina State - The Colts want to field a great defense, Pratt can help. • 3-90) The Dallas Cowboys select DT Kingsley Keke, Texas A&M - The Cowboys hope the local product can be a longtime contributor in the middle of their defense. • 3-91) The Los Angeles Chargers select S Juan Thornhill, Virginia - The Chargers add a talented compliment to their rookie they drafted last year. • 3-92) The Kansas City Chiefs select CB Sean Bunting, Central Michigan - The Chiefs hope Bunting can contribute to their poor secondary soon. • 3-93) The New York Jets select OL Ben Powers, Oklahoma - The Jets continue to fortify their offensive line woes. • 3-94) The Los Angeles Rams select DT Renell Wren, Arizona State - They need to replace Suh with a competent producer in their rotation and Wren can be that. • 3-95) The New York Giants are on the clock... *Thomas Dimitroff answers the phone* David Gettleman: "Hey Troff, I just got some inside information that the Redskins are going to select MeCole Hardman out of Georgia with the 96th pick. We have the 95th pick. I would have considered grabbing him ahead of them, but we just grabbed Deebo Samuel a round earlier. We don't really want them to have this kid. I heard a rumor that you guys covet Hardman. If that's so, how about we strike a deal and leave the Redskins empty handed?" Thomas Dimitroff: "Dave, we may indeed be interested in a trade up. What is it going to cost us? As you know we don't pick again for a while." David Gettleman: "Well, this is what I had in mind when I called you. Our 3rd for your two 4ths and your late 5th." DraftTek.com Trade Value Chart Breakdown: 3-95 NYG = 120 points 4-117 ATL = 60 points 4-137 ATL = 37 points 5-172 ATL = 22.2 points Total = NYG 120 points and ATL 119.2 points Thomas Dimitroff: "David, It is very important for us to maintain a strong presence in on the 3rd day in the draft this year. We are not sure, although a fair offer, Mecole is worth giving those picks up. What if we threw you our high 4th, our high 5th, and our 6th?" DraftTek.com Trade Value Chart Breakdown: 3-95 NYG = 120 points 4-117 ATL = 60 points 5-152 ATL = 30.2 6-186 ATL = 16.6 points Total = NYG 120 points and ATL 106.8 David Gettleman: "Troff, you throw in your 6th next year and you have a deal." DraftTek.com Trade Value Chart Breakdown: 3-95 NYG = 120 points 4-117 ATL = 60 points 5-152 ATL = 30.2 6-186 ATL = 16.6 points 2020 6 ATL = ~5-10 points Total = NYG 120 points and ~ATL 111.8-116.8 points Thomas Dimitroff: "Give me a minute Dave, I will give you our answer very soon." Thomas Dimitroff to the War Room: "Alright guys this is what he proposed, our high 4th, high 5th, 6th and next years 6th for his 3rd and he said he knows of our interest in MeCole Hardman and says he will be snatched up next by the Redskins. Should we pull the trigger for MeCole? For someone else? Or keep our picks?" Scenario 7: What Do We Do? Decline the Offer and Keep 4-117, 5-152, 6-186, and 2020 6th OR Accept the Offer and Trade 4-117, 5-152, 6-186, and 2020 6th for 3-95 to select: QB Jarrett Stidham, Auburn QB Will Greer, West Virginia QB Tyree Jackson, Buffalo QB Clayton Thorson, Northwestern RB Darrell Henderson, Memphis RB David Montgomery, Iowa State RB Mike Weber, Ohio State RB Devin Singletary, FAU WR Darius Slayton, Auburn WR MeCole Hardman, Georgia WR Hunter Renfrow, Clemson WR Emanuel Hall, Missouri WR Gary Jennings Jr., West Virginia TE Caleb Wilson, UCLA TE Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M TE Dax Raymond, Utah State TE Josh Oliver, San Jose State TE Foster Moreau, LSU OT Martez Ivey, Florida OT Chuma Edoga, USC OL Michael Deiter, Wisconsin OL Nate Davis, Charlotte OL Dru Samia, Oklahoma OL Lamont Gaillard, Georgia DE Oshane Ximines, Old Dominion DE Justin Hollins, Oregon DE Anthony Nelson, Iowa DE Austin Bryant, Clemson DE Joe Jackson, Miami DE Christian Miller, Alabama DL Charles Omenihu, Texas DT Khalen Saunders, Western Illinois DT Daylon Mack, Texas A&M LB Tre Lamar, Clemson LB Tevon Coney, Notre Dame LB David Long Jr., West Virginia LB Drue Tranquill, Notre Dame LB Blake Cashman, Minnesota CB Kendall Sheffield, Ohio State CB David Long, Michigan CB Jamel Dean, Auburn CB Mark Fields, Clemson S Marvell Tell III, Southern California S Sheldrick Redwine, Miami S Jaquan Johnson, Miami S Will Harris, Boston College CLOSING OF POLL RESULTS: 7 IN FAVOR OF DECLINE TRADE 1 IN FAVOR OF ACCEPT TRADE AND SELECT MECOLE HARDMAN, DAVID MONTGOMERY, KHALEN SAUNDERS Scott Pioli: "TD, we can't do this. I know you love the kids talent, but he isn't worth the move. Also, I have intel that the Redskins are going to get a pass rusher here, not Hardman." Thomas Dimitroff: "I was leaning against. I feel convinced to say no now. Thanks Scott." THIRD ROUND CONTINUED • 3-95) The New York Giants select LB Tre Lamar, Clemson - The Giants hope to improve their linebacker play. • 3-96) The Washington Redskins select OLB Justin Hollins, Oregon - The Redskins look to add a promising pass rusher. • 3-97) The New England Patriots select QB Jarrett Stidham, Auburn - The Patriots add a talented quarterback to groom under Brady. • 3-98) The Jacksonville Jaguars select QB Will Greer, West Virginia - The Jaguars add a talented quarterback to groom under Foles. • 3-99) The Los Angeles Rams select DE Oshane Ximines, Old Dominion - The Rams continue to stock their defense. • 3-100) The Carolina Panthers select OL Michael Deiter, Wisconsin - The Panthers continue to prioritize their trenches. • 3-101) The New England Patriots select OT Max Scharping, Northern Illinois - The Patriots add an offensive tackle to develop. • 3-102) The Baltimore Ravens select LB Blake Cashman, Minnesota - The Ravens grab Cashman to help plug their void since Mosley departed. FOURTH ROUND • 4-103) The Arizona Cardinals select OT Martez Ivey, Florida - The Cardinals hope to develop this young offensive tackle to be a difference maker. • 4-104) The San Francisco 49ers select CB Kendall Sheffield, Ohio State - The 49ers stock up on another secondary player. • 4-105) The New York Jets select OT Mitch Hyatt, Clemson - The Jets look to further bolster their offensive line. • 4-106) The Oakland Raiders select DE Anthony Nelson, Iowa - The Raiders look to improve their edge position. • 4-107) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers select OT Isaiah Prince, Ohio State - The Buccaneers hope to have hit on this tackle prospect. • 4-108) The New York Giants select QB Tyree Jackson, Buffalo - The Giants add a mid-round quarterback to develop behind Eli and use in sub packages. • 4-109) The Jacksonville Jaguars select OL Nate Davis, Charlotte - The Jaguars hope Davis can overcome Cann and be an improvement at guard. • 4-110) The Cincinnati Bengals select WR Darius Slayton, Auburn - The Bengals look to improve their wide receiver 3 position with Ross being a failure. • 4-111) The Detroit Lions select LB Tevon Coney, Notre Dame - The Lions hope to improve their linebacker core. • 4-112) The Buffalo Bills select RB David Montgomery, Iowa State - The Bills hope to solidify their backfield with Montgomery. • 4-113) The Baltimore Ravens select OL Dru Samia, Oklahoma - The Ravens look to improve their offensive line. • 4-114) The Green Bay Packers select OL Drew Forbes, Southeast Missouri - The Packers hope their offensive line depth improves here. • 4-115) The Carolina Panthers select S Marvell Tell III, Southern California - The Panthers hope Tell III is a charm for their secondary. • 4-116) The Miami Dolphins select DT Khalen Saunders, Western Illinois - The Dolphins hope Saunders can create a good push for their defense. • 4-117) The Atlanta Falcons are on the clock... Dan Quinn: "We honestly did not expect you to be here in the 4th, but we are fired up you are. Enjoy tonight and get ready to work!" Draft Prospect: "Will do coach! I can't wait!" Scenario 8: What Do We Do? At 4-117 we select: QB Clayton Thorson, Northwestern QB Brett Rypien, Boise State QB Easton Stick, North Dakota State QB Gardner Minshew II, Washington State RB Darrell Henderson, Memphis RB Mike Weber, Ohio State RB Devin Singletary, FAU RB Ryquell Armstead, Temple RB Benny Snell Jr., Kentucky RB Justice Hill, Oklahoma State RB Travis Homer, Miami RB Alex Barnes, Kansas State RB Alexander Mattison, Boise State RB Dexter Williams, Notre Dame WR MeCole Hardman, Georgia WR Hunter Renfrow, Clemson WR Emanuel Hall, Missouri WR Gary Jennings Jr., West Virginia WR Jazz Ferguson, Northwestern State WR Terry McLaurin, Ohio State WR Jakobi Meyers, North Carolina State WR Anthony Johnson, Buffalo WR Travis Fulgham, Old Dominion TE Caleb Wilson, UCLA TE Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M TE Dax Raymond, Utah State TE Josh Oliver, San Jose State TE Foster Moreau, LSU TE Drew Sample, Washington TE Isaac Nauta, Georgia TE Alize Mack, Notre Dame OL Chuma Edoga, USC OT Oli Udoh, Elon OT Trey Pipkins, Sioux Falls OT Paul Adams, Missouri OL Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin OL Lamont Gaillard, Georgia OL Iosua Opeta, Weber State OL Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama OL Alec Eberle, Florida State DE Austin Bryant, Clemson DE Kyle Phillips, Tennessee DE Shareef Miller, Penn State DL Charles Omenihu, Texas DL John Cominsky, Charleston DE Maxx Crosby, Eastern Michigan DE Joe Jackson, Miami DT Daylon Mack, Texas A&M DT Demarcus Christmas, Florida State DT Dontavius Russell, Auburn DT Cortez Broughton, Cincinnati DT Terry Beckner Jr., Missouri DT Albert Huggins, Clemson LB David Long Jr., West Virginia LB Drue Tranquill, Notre Dame LB Bobby Okereke, Stanford LB T.J. Edwards, Wisconsin LB Ben Burr-Kirven, Washington LB Chase Hansen, Utah LB Gary Johnson, Texas LB Sione Takitaki, Brigham Young LB Ulysees Gilbert III, Akron OLB Terrill Hanks, New Mexico State OLB Jordan Brailford, Oklahoma State LB Sutton Smith, Northern Illinois OLB Ben Banogu, Texas Christian OLB Christian Miller, Alabama CB David Long, Michigan CB Jamel Dean, Auburn CB Mark Fields, Clemson CB Saivion Smith, Alabama CB Jordan Brown, South Dakota State CB Michael Jackson Sr., Miami CB Hamp Cheevers, Boston College CB Corey Ballentine, Washburn CB Jimmy Moreland, James Madison CB Kris Boyd, Texas CB Jamal Peters, Mississippi State S Sheldrick Redwine, Miami S Marquise Blair, Utah S Nick Scott, Penn State S Zedrick Woods, Mississippi S Darius West, Kentucky S Jaquan Johnson, Miami S Will Harris, Boston College S Andrew Wingard, Wyoming K Cole Tracy, LSU K Matt Gay, Utah P Mitch Wishnowsky, Utah P Jake Bailey, Stanford P Jack Fox, Rice CLOSING OF POLL RESULTS: 6 IN FAVOR OF SELECT LAMONT GAILLARD 2 IN FAVOR OF SELECT JUSTICE HILL 1 IN FAVOR OF SELECT MECOLE HARDMAN, DRUE TRANQUILL, MAXX CROSBY Lamont Gaillard: "I am going to be a difference maker for you Mr. Dimitroff." Thomas Dimitroff: "Happy to hear that we agree Lamont. Enjoy today. Be ready to work soon." The Pick Is In... Someone We Don't Know: "With the 117th pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Atlanta Falcons select Lamont Gaillard, center, Georgia." Analyst: "The Georgia product performed well for one of the very best teams in college football. He was asked to lead their offensive line from the center position. The Falcons will likely allow him to compete for one of their guard spots for now, as he continues to bulk and wait for his opportunity to replace Alex Mack at center. He will use his technique to win, but will also depend on his all out effort and intensity to get the job done in the trenches. The hometown kid has shown he can compete with the best in college, the Falcons will look to develop him into an NFL player that can do the same." FOURTH ROUND CONTINUED • 4-117) The Atlanta Falcons select OL Lamont Gaillard, Georgia - (above) • 4-118) The Green Bay Packers select LB Bobby Okereke, Stanford - The Packers hope Okereke can live up to his potential. • 4-119) The Cleveland Browns select CB Jamel Dean, Auburn - The Browns hope to fill a need for a long time. • 4-120) The Minnesota Vikings select WR MeCole Hardman, Georgia - The Vikings hope Hardman can add his electricity to games. • 4-121) The Tennessee Titans select CB Jordan Brown, South Dakota State - The Titans want Brown to contribute immediately at corner. • 4-122) The Pittsburg Steelers select OLB Jordan Brailford, Oklahoma State - The Steelers add an edge presence to help their defense. • 4-123) The Baltimore Ravens select OL Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin - The Ravens continue to add offensive line help at guard. • 4-124) The Seattle Seahawks select TE Caleb Wilson, UCLA - The Seahawks hope Wilson can provide stability at tight end. • 4-125) The Denver Broncos select WR Emanuel Hall, Missouri - The Broncos grab a talented receiver prospect to help their young QB. • 4-126) The Chicago Bears select CB Saivion Smith, Alabama - The Bears improve their corner depth with Smith. • 4-127) The Philadelphia Eagles select LB Drue Tranquill, Notre Dame - The Eagles look to improve their LB core. • 4-128) The Dallas Cowboys select OL Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama - The Cowboys reinforce their hyped offensive line. • 4-129) The Indianapolis Colts select RB Justice Hill, Oklahoma State - The Colts add a running mate for Mack. • 4-130) The Los Angeles Chargers select DE Charles Omenihu, Texas - The Chargers prioritize edge depth with Omenihu. • 4-131) The Buffalo Bills select T Oli Udoh, Elon - The Bills continue to build their offensive line. • 4-132) The New York Giants select DT Daylon Mack, Texas A&M - The Giants grab the imposing Mack for their defense. • 4-133) The Los Angeles Rams select RB Darrell Henderson, Memphis - The Rams grab someone to take some pressure off of Gurley. • 4-134) The New England Patriots select WR Hunter Renfrow, Clemson - The Patriots look to grab Amendola's heir apparent. • 4-135) The Indianapolis Colts select DE Joe Jackson, Miami - The Colts grab an edge presence to improve their defense. • 4-136) The Dallas Cowboys select QB Clayton Thorson, Northwestern - The Cowboys grab a backup QB, maybe their own Foles. • 4-137) The Atlanta Falcons are on the clock... Thomas Dimitroff: "It's Thomas Dimitroff here of the Atlanta Falcons. I wanted to let you know you are our next selection at 137 here in the 4th. We can't wait to get you on the field. Enjoy today man." Draft Prospect: "I am so happy. So, so happy. Thank you!" Scenario 9: What Do We Do? At 4-137 we select: QB Brett Rypien, Boise State QB Easton Stick, North Dakota State QB Gardner Minshew II, Washington State QB Jacob Dolegala, Central Connecticut State QB Jordan Taamu, Mississippi RB Mike Weber, Ohio State RB Devin Singletary, FAU RB Ryquell Armstead, Temple RB Benny Snell Jr., Kentucky RB Travis Homer, Miami RB Alex Barnes, Kansas State RB Alexander Mattison, Boise State RB Dexter Williams, Notre Dame FB Alec Ingold, Wisconsin WR Gary Jennings Jr., West Virginia WR Jazz Ferguson, Northwestern State WR Terry McLaurin, Ohio State WR Jakobi Meyers, North Carolina State WR Anthony Johnson, Buffalo WR Travis Fulgham, Old Dominion WR Keelan Doss, California-Davis WR Tyron Johnson, Oklahoma State TE Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M TE Dax Raymond, Utah State TE Josh Oliver, San Jose State TE Foster Moreau, LSU TE Drew Sample, Washington TE Isaac Nauta, Georgia TE Alize Mack, Notre Dame OT Trey Pipkins, Sioux Falls OT Paul Adams, Missouri OT Brandon Hitner, Villanova OT Jackson Barton, Utah OL Chuma Edoga, USC OL Iosua Opeta, Weber State OL Alec Eberle, Florida State OL Ross Reynolds, Iowa OL Terronne Prescod, North Carolina State DE Austin Bryant, Clemson DE Kyle Phillips, Tennessee DE Shareef Miller, Penn State DL John Cominsky, Charleston DE Maxx Crosby, Eastern Michigan DT Demarcus Christmas, Florida State DT Dontavius Russell, Auburn DT Cortez Broughton, Cincinnati DT Terry Beckner Jr., Missouri DT Albert Huggins, Clemson DT Ed Alexander, LSU LB David Long Jr., West Virginia LB T.J. Edwards, Wisconsin LB Ben Burr-Kirven, Washington LB Cole Holcomb, North Carolina LB Chase Hansen, Utah LB Curtis Akins, Memphis LB Gary Johnson, Texas LB Sione Takitaki, Brigham Young LB Ulysees Gilbert III, Akron OLB Terrill Hanks, New Mexico State LB Sutton Smith, Northern Illinois OLB Ben Banogu, Texas Christian OLB Christian Miller, Alabama CB David Long, Michigan CB Mark Fields, Clemson CB Michael Jackson Sr., Miami CB Hamp Cheevers, Boston College CB Corey Ballentine, Washburn CB Jimmy Moreland, James Madison CB Kris Boyd, Texas CB Jamal Peters, Mississippi State S Sheldrick Redwine, Miami S Saquan Hampton, Rutgers S Marquise Blair, Utah S Nick Scott, Penn State S Zedrick Woods, Mississippi S Darius West, Kentucky S Jaquan Johnson, Miami S Will Harris, Boston College S Andrew Wingard, Wyoming S Stephen Denmark, Valdosta State K Cole Tracy, LSU K Matt Gay, Utah P Mitch Wishnowsky, Utah P Jake Bailey, Stanford P Jack Fox, Rice CLOSING OF POLL RESULTS: 12 IN FAVOR OF SELECT MAXX CROSBY 4 IN FAVOR OF SELECT SHELDRICK REDWINE, BEN BURR-KIRVEN 3 IN FAVOR OF SELECT BEN BANOGU 2 IN FAVOR OF SELECT DEVIN SINGLETARY 1 IN FAVOR OF SELECT TRAVIS HOMER, JACE STERNBERGER, JOSH OLIVER, WILL HARRIS Interviewer: "Your phone call with Atlanta just now. How did that go?" Maxx Crosby: "This feels unreal right now. I can't wait to be a Falcon. I can't believe I get to be a Falcon. They seem really excited to have me and I can't wait to start my NFL career with them." The Pick Is In... Someone We Don't Know: "With the 137th pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Atlanta Falcons select Maxx Crosby, defensive end, Eastern Michigan." Analyst: "This kid was on a lot of people's boards as a difference making pass rusher in the later rounds of the draft. Atlanta has to be excited about snagging him late in the fourth round. There is some work to be done, filling out his long frame and fine tuning his skills. He should be good now for some difference making plays in a rotation from the edge versus the pass and the run, but it is his future outlook that will have this front office excited." FOURTH ROUND CONTINUED • 4-137) The Atlanta Falcons select DE Maxx Crosby, Eastern Michigan- (above) • 4-138) The Philadelphia Eagles select RB Devin Singletary, FAU - The Eagles further bolster their RB group after their prior trade for Howard. FIFTH ROUND • 5-139) The Arizona Cardinals select TE Josh Oliver, San Jose State - The Cardinals give Murray a nice tight end target to work with. • 5-140) The Oakland Raiders select TE Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M - The Raiders continue to add weapons this off season to their offense. • 5-141) The Pittsburg Steelers select RB Mike Weber, Ohio State - The Steelers grab a running mate for their young breakout running back. • 5-142) The New York Giants select CB Michael Jackson Sr., Miami - The Giants add a talented corner to help strengthen their secondary depth. • 5-143) The New York Giants select OLB Ben Banogu, Texas Christian - The Giants are one of their founders of "you can never have too many pass rushers". • 5-144) The Cleveland Browns select LB Sutton Smith, Northern Illinois - The Browns hope Smith can provide some outside linebacker help. • 5-145) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers select CB Hamp Cheevers, Boston College - The Buccaneers look to strengthen their secondary. • 5-146) The Detroit Lions select QB Easton Stick, North Dakota State - The Lions draft a wildcard to develop, in the event that Stafford is gone soon. • 5-147) The Buffalo Bills select DT Demarcus Christmas, Florida State - The Bills hope Christmas came early in the form of this penetrator. • 5-148) The Denver Broncos select DT Dontavius Russell, Auburn - The Broncos must fill their defensive tackle problem. • 5-149) The Cincinnati Bengals select LB David Long Jr., West Virginia - The Bengals hope Long Jr. can produce for many years at linebacker. • 5-150) The Green Bay Packers select CB Kris Boyd, Texas - The Packers continue to invest in their defense this off season. • 5-151) The Miami Dolphins select WR Terry McLaurin, Ohio State - The Dolphins hope they snagged a helpful receiver here. • 5-152) The Atlanta Falcons are on the clock.. Dan Quinn: "I know it has been a long wait and a long road to get here. I am tired from this busy weekend, I know you are as well. Rest easy, come ready to work and we're looking to do big things this year!" Draft Prospect: "That's the only way I know how to do it coach!" Scenario 10: What Do We Do? At 5-152 we select: QB Brett Rypien, Boise State QB Gardner Minshew II, Washington State QB Jacob Dolegala, Central Connecticut State QB Jordan Taamu, Mississippi RB Ryquell Armstead, Temple RB Benny Snell Jr., Kentucky RB Travis Homer, Miami RB Alex Barnes, Kansas State RB Alexander Mattison, Boise State RB Dexter Williams, Notre Dame FB Alec Ingold, Wisconsin WR Gary Jennings Jr., West Virginia WR Jazz Ferguson, Northwestern State WR Jakobi Meyers, North Carolina State WR Anthony Johnson, Buffalo WR Travis Fulgham, Old Dominion WR Keelan Doss, California-Davis WR Tyron Johnson, Oklahoma State TE Dax Raymond, Utah State TE Foster Moreau, LSU TE Drew Sample, Washington TE Isaac Nauta, Georgia TE Alize Mack, Notre Dame TE Kahale Warring, San Diego State OT Trey Pipkins, Sioux Falls OT Paul Adams, Missouri OT Brandon Hitner, Villanova OT Jackson Barton, Utah OL Chuma Edoga, USC OL Iosua Opeta, Weber State OL Alec Eberle, Florida State OL Ross Reynolds, Iowa OL Terronne Prescod, North Carolina State DE Austin Bryant, Clemson DE Kyle Phillips, Tennessee DE Shareef Miller, Penn State DL John Cominsky, Charleston DT Cortez Broughton, Cincinnati DT Terry Beckner Jr., Missouri DT Albert Huggins, Clemson DT Ed Alexander, LSU LB T.J. Edwards, Wisconsin LB Ben Burr-Kirven, Washington LB Cole Holcomb, North Carolina LB Chase Hansen, Utah LB Curtis Akins, Memphis LB Gary Johnson, Texas LB Sione Takitaki, Brigham Young LB Ulysees Gilbert III, Akron OLB Terrill Hanks, New Mexico State OLB Christian Miller, Alabama CB David Long, Michigan CB Mark Fields, Clemson CB Corey Ballentine, Washburn CB Jamal Peters, Mississippi State CB Jimmy Moreland, James Madison S Sheldrick Redwine, Miami S Saquan Hampton, Rutgers S Marquise Blair, Utah S Nick Scott, Penn State S Zedrick Woods, Mississippi S Darius West, Kentucky S Jaquan Johnson, Miami S Will Harris, Boston College S Andrew Wingard, Wyoming S Stephen Denmark, Valdosta State K Cole Tracy, LSU K Matt Gay, Utah P Mitch Wishnowsky, Utah P Jake Bailey, Stanford P Jack Fox, Rice CLOSING OF POLL RESULTS: 10 IN FAVOR OF SELECT JIMMY MORELAND 5 IN FAVOR OF SELECT BEN BURR-KIRVEN 2 IN FAVOR OF SELECT SHELDRICK REDWINE, BENNY SNELL JR., ULYSEES GILBERT II 1 IN FAVOR OF SELECT RYQUELL ARMSTEAD, WILL HARRIS, MARK FIELDS Interviewer: "Jimmy, you look pretty happy after that phone call. Did you get some good news?" Jimmy Moreland: "All I can say is, my NFL dream just became a reality. Hold up, I need to head over to my family and tune into the draft for a minute." The Pick Is In... Someone We Don't Know: "With the 152nd pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Atlanta Falcons select Jimmy Moreland, cornerback, James Madison." Analyst: "With Isaiah Johnson earlier, the Falcons double dip at corner, but Moreland, too, has made some positive waves in NFL scouting departments. He has a small frame but showed up with a lot with big time plays, nice speed and physical tenacity in college. 18 career interceptions is a nice accomplishment, but 6 went for touchdowns, showing his knack for game changing efforts. He needs to bulk up on his thin frame, but with some grooming, he could become a constant in the Falcons secondary for years to come." FIFTH ROUND CONTINUED • 5-152) The Atlanta Falcons select CB Jimmy Moreland, James Madison - (above) • 5-153) The Washington Redskins select S Jaquan Johnson, Miami - The Redskins need safety help, and Johnson could eventually be the help they need. • 5-154) The Carolina Panthers select RB Benny Snell Jr., Kentucky - The Panthers hope Snell Jr. can successfully backup McCaffrey as C.J. Anderson did. • 5-155) The Cleveland Browns select K Cole Tracy, LSU - The Browns select arguably the drafts best kicker and hope he works out, because they have lacked stability there. • 5-156) The Denver Broncos select P Mitch Wishnowsky, Utah - The Broncos had the leagues worst punting game, this kid is the best punter in this draft. • 5-157) The Tennessee Titans select TE Foster Moreau, LSU - After losing TE Luke Stocker, the Titans hope Moreau fills his spot well. • 5-158) The Buffalo Bills select LB T.J. Edwards, Wisconsin - The Bills signed a ton of offseason players this year, have a large amount of picks, but had yet to get a linebacker. • 5-159) The Seattle Seahawks select WR Anthony Johnson, Buffalo - The Seahawks lock down a weapon for Russell Wilson. • 5-160) The Baltimore Ravens select RB Travis Homer, Miami - The Ravens add some speed to their backfield. • 5-161) The Houston Texans select RB Alexander Mattison, Boise State - The Texans add some talent to their often hobbled backfield. • 5-162) The Chicago Bears select OLB Christian Miller, Alabama - The Bears get some edge help with Miller here. • 5-163) The Philadelphia Eagles select WR Gary Jennings Jr., West Virginia - The Eagles add a playmaker for Wentz. • 5-164) The Indianapolis Colts select OLB Terrill Hanks, New Mexico State - The Colts add a talented edge defender. • 5-165) The Dallas Cowboys select CB Corey Ballentine, Washburn - The Cowboys get Ballentine and hope he pays off for their secondary. • 5-166) The Los Angeles Chargers select WR Jazz Ferguson, Northwestern State - A new target for Rivers in the mold of recently departed Tyrell Williams. • 5-167) The Kansas City Chiefs select LB Ulysees Gilbert III, Akron - The Chiefs hope Gilbert III can help their woeful linebacker production. • 5-168) The New Orleans Saints select CB Jamal Peters, Mississippi State - With their second pick in the draft, the Saints hope Peters can help their subpar cornerback group. • 5-169) The Los Angeles Rams select LB Gary Johnson, Texas - The Rams nab a freaky fast linebacker they hope can help their team. • 5-170) The Cleveland Browns select DE Austin Bryant, Clemson - The Browns select the successful defensive end from Clemson and hope he finds further successes. • 5-171) The New York Giants select S Will Harris, Boston College - The Giants hope Harris can soak up knowledge this year behind Bethea as Collins is now gone. • 5-172) The Atlanta Falcons are on the clock... Arthur Blank: "I am sorry you had to wait so long, but your wait is over. I am pleased to welcome you to the Atlanta Falcons family." Draft Prospect: "Mr. Blank, you will not be sorry. Thank you so much!" Scenario 11: What Do We Do? At 5-172 we select: QB Brett Rypien, Boise State QB Gardner Minshew II, Washington State QB Jacob Dolegala, Central Connecticut State QB Jordan Taamu, Mississippi QB Trace McSorley, Penn State QB Taylor Cornelius, Oklahoma State RB Ryquell Armstead, Temple RB Alex Barnes, Kansas State RB Dexter Williams, Notre Dame RB Karan Higdon, Michigan RB Devine Ozigbo, Nebraska RB Kerrith Whyte Jr., Florida Atlantic RB Elijah Holyfield, Georgia RB Bryce Love, Stanford RB Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma FB Alec Ingold, Wisconsin WR Jakobi Meyers, North Carolina State WR Travis Fulgham, Old Dominion WR Keelan Doss, California-Davis WR Jalen Guyton, North Texas WR Ashton Dulin, Malone WR KeeSan Johnson, Fresno State WR Tyron Johnson, Oklahoma State TE Dax Raymond, Utah State TE Drew Sample, Washington TE Isaac Nauta, Georgia TE Alize Mack, Notre Dame TE Kahale Warring, San Diego State TE Donald Parham, Stetson TE Andrew Beck, Texas OT Trey Pipkins, Sioux Falls OT Paul Adams, Missouri OT Brandon Hitner, Villanova OT Jackson Barton, Utah OT Yosuah Nijman, Virginia Tech OT William Sweet, North Carolina OT Aaron Monteiro, Boston College OT Joe Lowery, Ohio OL Chuma Edoga, USC OL Iosua Opeta, Weber State OL Alec Eberle, Florida State OL Tyler Gauthier, Miami OL Ross Reynolds, Iowa OL Javon Patterson, Mississippi OL Alex Bars, Notre Dame OL Terronne Prescod, North Carolina State DE Kyle Phillips, Tennessee DE Shareef Miller, Penn State DE Jalen Jelks, Oregon DE Tim Ward, Old Dominion DL John Cominsky, Charleston DT Cortez Broughton, Cincinnati DT Terry Beckner Jr., Missouri DT Albert Huggins, Clemson DT Ed Alexander, LSU DT Kevin Givens, Penn State LB Ben Burr-Kirven, Washington LB Cole Holcomb, North Carolina LB Chase Hansen, Utah LB Joe Giles-Harris, Duke LB Ryan Connelly, Wisconsin LB Jahlani Tavai, Hawaii LB Curtis Akins, Memphis LB Sione Takitaki, Brigham Young LB Andrew Van Ginkel, Wisconsin LB Cody Barton, Utah LB Curtis Bolton, Oklahoma LB Tyrel Dodson, Texas A&M CB David Long, Michigan CB Mark Fields, Clemson CB Keisean Nixon, South Carolina CB Iman Marshall, Southern California CB Ugochukwu Amadi, Oregon CB Ken Webster, Mississippi S Sheldrick Redwine, Miami S Saquan Hampton, Rutgers S Marquise Blair, Utah S Nick Scott, Penn State S Lukas Denis, Boston College S Zedrick Woods, Mississippi S Khari Willis, Michigan State S Darius West, Kentucky S Andrew Wingard, Wyoming S Stephen Denmark, Valdosta State K Matt Gay, Utah K John Baron II, San Diego State P Jake Bailey, Stanford P Jack Fox, Rice CLOSING OF POLL RESULTS: 8 IN FAVOR OF SELECT SHELDRICK REDWINE 7 IN FAVOR OF SELECT DEVINE OZIGBO 2 IN FAVOR OF SELECT RYQUELL ARMSTEAD 1 IN FAVOR OF SELECT ISAAC NAUTA, BEN BURR-KIRVEN, COLE HOLCOMB, CHASE HANSEN Sheldrick Redwine: "This team is going to be thrilled they picked me. I am going to give my soul to this team. Thank you, coach! Dan Quinn: "We are fired up about you coming to the brotherhood. We are thrilled to have you man." The Pick Is In... Someone We Don't Know: "With the 172nd pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Atlanta Falcons select Sheldrick Redwine, safety, Miami." Analyst: "This safety out of Miami has great athleticism, he plays with physical aggression and has good ball hawking ability. Redwine is a good, physical tackler and that is something the Falcons should come to realize and value about him. His consistency in coverage is truly his biggest question mark. If the Falcons can lock him into the game and fine tune his skills, Redwine could be a future solution at the position. For now, he is a special teamer who should still find a way to show up on game day due to his speed." FIFTH ROUND CONTINUED • 5-172) The Atlanta Falcons select S Sheldrick Redwine, Miami - (above) • 5-173) The Washington Redskins select OT Trey Pipkins, Sioux Falls - The Redskins hope Pipkins can grow into a reliable swing tackle. SIXTH ROUND • 6-174) The Arizona Cardinals select CB Keisean Nixon, South Carolina - The Cardinals hope Nixon sticks with them and plays well. • 6-175) The Pittsburg Steelers select P Jake Bailey, Stanford - The Steelers hope Bailey can fill their punting spot for a long time. • 6-176) The San Fransisco 49ers select DL John Cominsky, Charleston - The 49ers grab talented tweener defensive lineman Cominsky to develop in their defense. • 6-177) The New Orleans Saints select RB Ryquell Armstead, Temple - The Saints added Latavius Murray, and hope Armstead and he can fill the hole left by Mark Ingram alongside Kamara. • 6-178) The Jacksonville Jaguars select WR Jakobi Meyers, North Carolina State - The Jaguars want Meyers to further strengthen their receiver core. • 6-179) The Arizona Cardinals select OL Iosua Opeta, Weber State - The Cardinals need as much offensive line help as they can get. • 6-180) The New York Giants select RB Devine Ozigbo, Nebraska - The Giants grab a big bruising running mate for Barkley, so he can grab some breathers. • 6-181) The Buffalo Bills select LB Chase Hansen, Utah - The Bills further bolster their linebacker depth via the draft. • 6-182) The Denver Broncos select CB Iman Marshall, Southern California - The Broncos grab a young defensive back with good size to teach. • 6-183) The Cincinnati Bengals select TE Alize Mack, Notre Dame - The Bengals hope Mack can provide some dependable production at tight end. • 6-184) The Detroit Lions select DE Kyle Phillips, Tennessee - The Lions hope Phillips can become a reliable edge presence for them. • 6-185) The Green Bay Packers select QB Brett Rypien, Boise State - The Packers grab a backup to groom and compete with Kizer behind Rodgers. • 6-186) The Atlanta Falcons are on the clock Thomas Dimitroff: "We are so excited to have you man. Enjoy today. Come ready to work coming up soon here." Draft Prospect: "Oh man, Mr. Dimitroff, I am ready to work. I have been ready." Scenario 12: What Do We Do? At 6-186 we select: QB Gardner Minshew II, Washington State QB Jacob Dolegala, Central Connecticut State QB Jordan Taamu, Mississippi QB Taylor Cornelius, Oklahoma State RB Alex Barnes, Kansas State RB Dexter Williams, Notre Dame RB Karan Higdon, Michigan RB Kerrith Whyte Jr., Florida Atlantic RB Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma FB Alec Ingold, Wisconsin WR Keelan Doss, California-Davis WR Jalen Guyton, North Texas WR Ashton Dulin, Malone WR KeeSan Johnson, Fresno State WR Tyron Johnson, Oklahoma State TE Dax Raymond, Utah State TE Drew Sample, Washington TE Isaac Nauta, Georgia TE Kahale Warring, San Diego State TE Donald Parham, Stetson TE Andrew Beck, Texas OT Paul Adams, Missouri OT Brandon Hitner, Villanova OT Jackson Barton, Utah OT Yosuah Nijman, Virginia Tech OT William Sweet, North Carolina OT Aaron Monteiro, Boston College OT Joe Lowery, Ohio OL Chuma Edoga, USC OL Alec Eberle, Florida State OL Tyler Gauthier, Miami OL Ross Reynolds, Iowa OL Javon Patterson, Mississippi OL Alex Bars, Notre Dame DE Shareef Miller, Penn State DE Jalen Jelks, Oregon DE Tim Ward, Old Dominion DT Terry Beckner Jr., Missouri DT Albert Huggins, Clemson DT Ed Alexander, LSU DT Kevin Givens, Penn State LB Cole Holcomb, North Carolina LB Joe Giles-Harris, Duke LB Ryan Connelly, Wisconsin LB Jahlani Tavai, Hawaii LB Curtis Akins, Memphis LB Sione Takitaki, Brigham Young LB Andrew Van Ginkel, Wisconsin LB Cody Barton, Utah LB Curtis Bolton, Oklahoma LB Tyrel Dodson, Texas A&M CB David Long, Michigan CB Mark Fields, Clemson CB Ken Webster, Mississippi S Marquise Blair, Utah S Nick Scott, Penn State S Lukas Denis, Boston College S Khari Willis, Michigan State S Darius West, Kentucky S Andrew Wingard, Wyoming S Stephen Denmark, Valdosta State K Matt Gay, Utah K John Baron II, San Diego State P Jack Fox, Rice CLOSING OF POLL RESULTS: 6 IN FAVOR OF SELECT ELIJAH HOLYFIELD 5 IN FAVOR OF SELECT BRYCE LOVE, BEN BURR-KIRVEN 2 IN FAVOR OF SELECT ALEX BARNES, ISAAC NAUTA Elijah Holyfield: "I have a lot I need to prove, Coach Quinn. I am going to work hard to show everyone I can make a difference on Sundays!" Dan Quinn: "Well we are happy to have you and we believe in you too, or else you obviously wouldn't be our pick here. Come ready to work, brother!" The Pick Is In... Someone We Don't Know: "With the 186th pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Atlanta Falcons select Elijah Holyfield, running back, Georgia." Analyst: "This is a classic tale of an awful combine tanking a players draft outlook. Holyfield was an effective college runner at Georgia, but a poor combine and 40 time caused his draft stock to plummet. Obviously the Falcons are disregarding his combine numbers by selecting him here. They are hedging their bets on Holyfield being an effective runner at the NFL level as well. He is agile and quick, but does not possess much top end speed. On tape, he is an aggressive and muscularly stout runner, who runs with a fury and good decisiveness that has to have Dan Quinn excited. Holyfield will look to prove he wasn't a system running back at Georgia, or the product of his big Georgia offensive line. As it turns out, he gets to try and prove his critics wrong in his hometown." SIXTH ROUND CONTINUED • 6-186) The Atlanta Falcons are select RB Elijah Holyfield, Georgia - (above) • 6-187) The Carolina Panthers select S Saquan Hampton, Rutgers - The Panthers grab some safety help. • 6-188) The Tennessee Titans select OL Terronne Prescod, North Carolina State - The Titans grab a big lineman to develop. • 6-189) The Cleveland Browns select LB Ben Burr-Kirven, Washington - The Browns grab a very productive, yet diminutive linebacker to groom. • 6-190) The Minnesota Vikings select CB Ugochukwu Amadi, Oregon - The Vikings hope this corner can become a contributor. • 6-191) The Baltimore Ravens select S Zedrick Woods, Mississippi - The Ravens grab a safety to develop. • 6-192) The Pittsburg Steelers select DT Cortez Broughton, Cincinnati - The Steelers grab a big fellah for the trenches on defense. • 6-193) The Baltimore Ravens select QB Trace McSorley, Penn State - The Ravens are curious to see how McSorley can grow as Jackson's backup. • 6-194) The Green Bay Packers select RB Bryce Love, Stanford - The Packers hope Love can stay healthy and add some speed to their backfield. • 6-195) The Houston Texans select WR Travis Fulgham, Old Dominion - The Texans nab the talented wideout to develop. • 6-196) The New York Jets select TE Isaac Nauta, Georgia - The Jets grab a tight end to help Darnold. • 6-197) The Philadelphia Eagles select DE Shareef Miller, Penn State - The Eagles nab Miller to groom for their defensive line. • 6-198) The Cincinnati Bengals select RB Alex Barnes, Kansas State - The Bengals add a running back to improve their depth. • 6-199) The Indianapolis Colts select QB Jacob Dolegala, Central Connecticut State - The Colts take a chance on Dolegala, to develop behind Luck. • 6-200) The Los Angeles Chargers select OL Chuma Edoga, USC - The Chargers will see if Edoga can become a difference maker on their offense. • 6-201) The Kansas City Chiefs select S Marquise Blair, Utah - The Chiefs grab a safety to groom for their defense. • 6-202) The New Orleans Saints select TE Drew Sample, Washington - The Saints grab Sample to try and help their tight end group. • 6-203) The Los Angeles Rams select CB Mark Fields, Clemson - The Rams hope fields can take the field and help at some point. • 6-204) The Detroit Lions select DT Terry Beckner Jr., Missouri - The Lions grab a big tackle for their defense. • 6-205) The New England Patriots select OL Alec Eberle, Florida State - The Patriots will see if Eberle can help them in the future. • 6-206) The Washington Redskins select OLB Jalen Jelks, Oregon - The Redskins hope Jelks can help from the outside rush. • 6-207) The Pittsburg Steelers select OT Paul Adams, Missouri - The Steelers want Adams to help at some point. • 6-208) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers select WR Keelan Doss, California-Davis - The Bucs want Doss to strengthen their receiving core. • 6-209) The Minnesota Vikings select LB Cole Holcomb, North Carolina - The Vikings want Holcomb to contribute for a while. • 6-210) The Cincinnati Bengals select WR Jalen Guyton, North Texas - The Bengals get this guy to help their offense. • 6-211) The Cincinnati Bengals select S Nick Scott, Penn State - The Bengals grab this guy to help their defense. • 6-212) The San Francisco 49ers select DT Albert Huggins, Clemson - Big Huggins, added to their 49ers defensive line to compete. • 6-213) The Cincinnati Bengals select FB Alec Ingold, Wisconsin - The Bengals take a stab at a fullback. • 6-214) The Kansas City Chiefs select QB Gardner Minshew II, Washington State - The Chiefs nab a quarterback to groom as backup to the MVP. SEVENTH ROUND • 7-215) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers select DE Tim Ward, Old Dominion - Ward is added to help the Buccaneers defensive line. • 7-216) The Kansas City Chiefs select OT Brandon Hitner, Villanova - The Chiefs add a piece for their offensive line. • 7-217) The New York Jets select WR Ashton Dulin, Malone - The Jets want Dulin to help their team. • 7-218) The Oakland Raiders select OL Tyler Gauthier, Miami - The Raiders want to see if Gauthier can help their team. • 7-219) The Pittsburg Steelers select CB Ken Webster, Mississippi - The Steelers add Webster to hopefully reach his potential. • 7-220) The Houston Texans select S Khari Willis, Michigan State - The Texans want Willis to help their depth at safety. • 7-221) The Cleveland Browns select S Darius West, Kentucky - The Browns also want West to help their depth at safety. • 7-222) The Chicago Bears select K Matt Gay, Utah - The Bears hope Gay can kick it straight. • 7-223) The Cincinnati Bengals select DT Ed Alexander, LSU - The Bengals want Alexander to be a steal. • 7-224) The Detroits Lions select RB Dexter Williams, Notre Dame - The Lions grab Williams and want to see if he can help their offense. • 7-225) The Buffalo Bills select S Andrew Wingard, Wyoming - The Bills wonder if Wingard can grow to help their squad. • 7-226) The Green Bay Packers select OT Jackson Barton, Utah - The Packers want Barton to learn on their practice squad for a year. • 7-227) The Washington Redskins select RB Karan Higdon, Michigan - The Redskins wonder if Higdon can help their team. • 7-228) The Buffalo Bills select select LB Sione Takitaki, Brigham Young - The Bills wonder if Takitaki can translate to their defense. • 7-229) The Detroit Lions select CB David Long, Michigan - The Lions nab Long to see how long he can stick on their team. • 7-230) The Atlanta Falcons are on the clock... Arthur Blank: "We are pleased to be able to make you our draft pick here." Draft Prospect: "I am ready to work hard Mr. Blank. Thank you for believing in me." Scenario 13: What Do We Do? At 7-230 we select: QB Jordan Taamu, Mississippi QB Taylor Cornelius, Oklahoma State QB Eric Dungey, Syracuse QB Kyle Shurmur, Vanderbilt QB David Blough, Purdue QB Taryn Christion, South Dakota State QB Jake Browning, Washington QB Nick Fitzgerald, Mississippi State RB Kerrith Whyte Jr., Florida Atlantic RB Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma RB Jalin Moore, Appalachian State RB Jordan Scarlett, Florida RB Myles Gaskin, Washington WR KeeSan Johnson, Fresno State WR Tyron Johnson, Oklahoma State WR LilJordan Humphrey, Texas WR Tony Pollard, Memphis WR JonVea Johnson, Toledo WR Reggie White Jr., Monmouth TE Dax Raymond, Utah State TE Kahale Warring, San Diego State TE Donald Parham, Stetson TE Andrew Beck, Texas TE Tommy Sweeney, Boston College TE Keenen Brown, Texas State OT Yosuah Nijman, Virginia Tech OT William Sweet, North Carolina OT Aaron Monteiro, Boston College OT Joe Lowery, Ohio OL Ross Reynolds, Iowa OL Javon Patterson, Mississippi OL Alex Bars, Notre Dame DE Jonathan Ledbetter, Georgia DE Greg Roberts, Baylor DE Immanuel Turner, Louisiana Tech DE Wyatt Ray, Boston College DT Kevin Givens, Penn State DT Michael Dogbe, Temple DT Isaiah Mack, Chattanooga DT Ray Smith, Boston College DT Greg Gaines, Washington LB Joe Giles-Harris, Duke LB Emeke Egbule, Houston LB Troy Reeder, Delaware LB Deshaun Davis, Auburn LB Dre Greenlaw, Arkansas LB Ryan Connelly, Wisconsin LB Jahlani Tavai, Hawaii LB Curtis Akins, Memphis LB Andrew Van Ginkel, Wisconsin LB Cody Barton, Utah LB Curtis Bolton, Oklahoma LB Tyrel Dodson, Texas A&M LB Drew Lewis, Colorado OLB Jamal Davis II, Akron LB Luke Gifford, Nebraska LB Josh Watson, Colorado State CB Nate Brooks, North Texas CB Kadar Hollman, Toledo CB Anthoula Kelly, Fresno State S Lukas Denis, Boston College S Stephen Denmark, Valdosta State K John Baron II, San Diego State P Jack Fox, Rice P A.J. Cole III, North Carolina State P Tyler Newsome, Notre Dame (**DISCLAIMER: If the poll acts like you have already voted since you voted on the former, deleted poll, click "Show Vote Options" Tab to re-vote.) CLOSING OF POLL RESULTS: 6 IN FAVOR OF SELECT JACK FOX 3 IN FAVOR OF SELECT JOE GILES-HARRIS 2 IN FAVOR OF SELECT TONY POLLARD, KAHALE WARRING 1 IN FAVOR OF SELECT JORDAN TAAMU Jack Fox: "Coach, I will do anything I can for you. Place holding, punting, punt coverage tackles, kickoffs, backup kicking duties, the occasional kickoff tackle, I will do it all. You are going to get my best." Dan Quinn: "Happy to hear it. You will have to compete with our punter Bosher, but we would not have taken you if we didn't feel you were up to the task." The Pick Is In... Someone We Don't Know: "With the 230th pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Atlanta Falcons select Jack Fox, punter, Rice." Analyst: "The only person who wasn't interested by this pick was the Falcons incumbent punter Matt Bosher. Bosher has been the Falcons kicker for a while and Fox is obviously selected here to see if he can upgrade and supplant him. Fox has experience kicking, kickoffs and punting, but his NFL future seems set on his punting ability. Fox has a big leg for punts and kickoffs, but he will need to fine tune his accuracy to pin more teams inside the 20, instead of settling for touchbacks. If Fox can beat out Bosher as the Falcons punter, he will be a far cheaper and more physically gifted option for them to rely on for the next 4 years or so." SEVENTH ROUND CONTINUED • 7-231-254) LARGELY IRRELEVANT TO MY PURPOSES. ATLANTA'S DRAFT SELECTIONS 1-23) The Atlanta Falcons (Texans) select DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson 2-45) The Atlanta Falcons select DE Jaylon Ferguson, Louisiana Tech 2-54) The Atlanta Falcons (Texans) select OT Kaleb McGary, Washington 3-79) The Atlanta Falcons select CB Isaiah Johnson, Houston 4-117) The Atlanta Falcons select OL Lamont Gaillard, Georgia 4-137) The Atlanta Falcons select DE Maxx Crosby, Eastern Michigan 5-152) The Atlanta Falcons select CB Jimmy Moreland, James Madison 5-172) The Atlanta Falcons select S Sheldrick Redwine, Miami 6-186) The Atlanta Falcons select RB Elijah Holyfield, Georgia 7-230) The Atlanta Falcons select P Jack Fox, Rice (**DISCLAIMER: If the poll acts like you have already voted since you voted on the former, deleted poll, click "Show Vote Options" Tab to re-vote.) Vote and I will look to advance the scenario later on when I am free to do so and when the poll is well-voted on. THE END