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Our win yesterday and possible wins coming up are going to put us in the AJ Espenosa, Javon Kinlaw range. I am liking Kinlaw the more film I watch, had to be doubled teamed a lot vs LSU, and UGA. Watch the films. He may be the pick.

 Kinlaw and Grady Jarrett in the middle of a d-line would be nasty. KInlaw is 6-6 310 and can get his hands up and knock down some passes too. 

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In the 12-15 pick range I love Kinlaw, he flat moves people one on one and requires a double team ALOT.

I also like Biadasz from Wisconsin, although he's a bit of a reach at 12-15 he fills a desperate need for us at Center and is a Outland Trophy finalist so you know he is good. I would be happy with either one of these two picks.

 I want to see Falcons continue to stock pile good linemen in rounds 1-3 until they have d-line and o-line situation rectified.

We should NEVER draft a RB or WR in first two rounds of a draft ever again. New England, Philly, and others have shown these are the easiest positions to fill on a NFL football roster. You can fill these positions with the waiver wire. With a good o-line ANY RB can put up yards. 

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36 minutes ago, Refried Beans said:

In the 12-15 pick range I love Kinlaw, he flat moves people one on one and requires a double team ALOT.

I also like Biadasz from Wisconsin, although he's a bit of a reach at 12-15 he fills a desperate need for us at Center and is a Outland Trophy finalist so you know he is good. I would be happy with either one of these two picks.

 I want to see Falcons continue to stock pile good linemen in rounds 1-3 until they have d-line and o-line situation rectified.

We should NEVER draft a RB or WR in first two rounds of a draft ever again. New England, Philly, and others have shown these are the easiest positions to fill on a NFL football roster. You can fill these positions with the waiver wire. With a good o-line ANY RB can put up yards. 

I would never draft a lineman from Wisconsin. Pats drafted a RB in the first last year and a WR in the first this year. 

We absolutely should be all over Dobbins if he is there with our second pick.

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NFL Rushing Leaders thru week 15: Chubb drafted 2nd round, Carson drafted- 7th round, Carlos hyde 2nd round, 

1 Nick Chubb CLE 24 RB 14 14 270 1408 8 59 88 5.2 100.6 3
2 Derrick Henry TEN 25 RB 14 14 271 1329 13 61 74 4.9 94.9 5
3 Christian McCaffrey CAR 23 RB 14 14 265 1307 14 51 84 4.9 93.4 1
4 Chris Carson SEA 25 RB 14 14 270 1190 7 73 59 4.4 85.0 7
5 Ezekiel Elliott DAL 24 RB 14 14 270 1188 11 69 31 4.4 84.9 3
6 Josh Jacobs OAK 21 RB 13 13 242 1150 7 53 51 4.8 88.5 1
7 Dalvin Cook MIN 24 RB 14 14 250 1135 13 60 75 4.5 81.1 4
8 Lamar Jackson BAL 22 QB 14 14 159 1103 7 64 47 6.9 78.8 7
9 Leonard Fournette JAX 24 RB 14 14 250 1081 3 52 81 4.3 77.2 1
10 Carlos Hyde HOU 29 RB 14 12 224 1030 5 52 58 4.6 73.6 4
11 Mark Ingram BAL 30 RB 14 14 194 963 10 50 53 5.0 68.8 2
12 Joe Mixon CIN 23 RB 14 13 231 925 3 49 30 4.0 66.1 0
13 Marlon Mack IND 23 RB 11 9 205 900 5 55 63 4.4 81.8 0
14 Phillip Lindsay DEN 25 RB 14 14 187 849 6 33 40 4.5 60.6 0
15 Aaron Jones GNB 25 RB 14 14 188 830 14 44 42 4.4 59.3 2
16 Adrian Peterson WAS 34 RB 13 13 183 784 4 36 29 4.3 60.3 2
17 Sony Michel NWE 24 RB 14 12 208 742 6 46 26 3.6 53.0 2
18 Todd Gurley LAR 25 RB 13 13 188 741 10 45 25 3.9 57.0 3
19 Devin Singletary BUF 22 RB 11 7 136 729 2 35 38 5.4 66.3 4
20 Saquon Barkley NY
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Maybe get Kinlaw and trade back up into first round and get Biadasz if he is available late 1st. That would be solid draft. In regards to RB I like the kid out of Arizona State 3rd or 4th round. Eno Benjamin mid round. 

1. Kinlaw

2. Biadasz

3. Eno Benjamin

Solid.  

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1 hour ago, Refried Beans said:

Our win yesterday and possible wins coming up are going to put us in the AJ Espenosa, Javon Kinlaw range. I am liking Kinlaw the more film I watch, had to be doubled teamed a lot vs LSU, and UGA. Watch the films. He may be the pick.

 Kinlaw and Grady Jarrett in the middle of a d-line would be nasty. KInlaw is 6-6 310 and can get his hands up and knock down some passes too. 

Yes. I wrote this months ago. Kinlaw would be perfect here

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2 hours ago, Refried Beans said:

In the 12-15 pick range I love Kinlaw, he flat moves people one on one and requires a double team ALOT.

I also like Biadasz from Wisconsin, although he's a bit of a reach at 12-15 he fills a desperate need for us at Center and is a Outland Trophy finalist so you know he is good. I would be happy with either one of these two picks.

 I want to see Falcons continue to stock pile good linemen in rounds 1-3 until they have d-line and o-line situation rectified.

We should NEVER draft a RB or WR in first two rounds of a draft ever again. New England, Philly, and others have shown these are the easiest positions to fill on a NFL football roster. You can fill these positions with the waiver wire. With a good o-line ANY RB can put up yards. 

Patriots drafted a WR in the first round last year lol

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Kinlaw seems like a fine prospect who will have a fine career but I can't help thinking he's a bit of a late bloomer who benefits from playing against players sometimes a lot younger than him. Kinlaw is now 5 years out of high school and as far as I know wasn't a serious pro prospect until this season. I worry he's more of a 2nd or 3rd round talent, maybe comparable to someone like Corey Peters. I would think the Falcons would want a player with a higher upside than that.

As a comparison Derrick Brown, whom admittedly everyone knows is better than Kinlaw, is 4 years out of high school and was considered top 20 talent after his junior season. That's the type of player the Falcons should be aiming for. 

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Yes Patriots drafted a WR because they have their o-line and d-line rectified. We do not. We have one good d-lineman, two "maybe" rookies on o-line, a old as dirt center, a overrated soft LT and trash. We dont need to be drafting anything but o and d linemen in rounds one and two for the next two to three years. 

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12 minutes ago, Refried Beans said:

Yes Patriots drafted a WR because they have their o-line and d-line rectified. We do not. We have one good d-lineman, two "maybe" rookies on o-line, a old as dirt center, a overrated soft LT and trash. We dont need to be drafting anything but o and d linemen in rounds one and two for the next two to three years. 

The Patriots o line is atrocious this season. I don’t think you have watched the Pats at all. They never even replaced their best onlineman last year in Trent Brown

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