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Lets Assume The Mocks Are Wrong Again


Begotten912

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First round comes and no QBs or offensive guys are taken before us. Total run on defense... Beasley, Fowler, Gregory, Dupree, Ray, Armstead, and Williams are off the board.

What do you want to do with the #8 pick? Who would you LEAST like in that spot? If all the "marquee" pass rushers are gone do you look at needs or stick to BPA? Do you dare take the best receiver in the top 10 or trade down?

Surely our office has to be prepared for every possibility including this one.

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You are bordering on silly, but I get it, in that even Dumitroff will jump on the

the Best Value player.

"Silly" as in, how bad did Matt Ryan get Panty Whipped in the last game of the season?

In this sceanario, the #8 pick will be the Best OT in the Draft,,,,,,(Flowers at this point in time)

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We can assume. That isn't happening though.

Nobody knows what will happen. The media is selling a Winston/Mariota battle for #1 overall but GMs usually aren't influenced by the media's narrative going into the draft. The first round could look completely different than what we expect.

On another note, if a guy we like ends up going to a dead end loser such as the Titans, Jags, Raiders, Redskins, Jets, etc, we could always look to pick him up ~4 years down the road if/when he hits the market with some seasoning.

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why?

Because you will never get anything close to a 1'st rounder trying to trade him away. You can't draft someone with the idea of trading them for more value because it practically never works out to your advantage. If a team wanted him they would trade up to your position, not trade for him after you draft him.

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