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Old 05.12.2018, 07:25 PM
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My earlier picks were pretty good, Tight End is still a huge need for Jacksonville and Dallas Goedert would have been great here. Darius Leonard was picked in the end of the second round and it looks like he will be rookie of the year.
For the Redskins I picked Derwin James and he is having a big year.
Didn't find any gems in the later rounds just yet it seems, I'll have a good review at the end of the season.

Edit: I checked the rookie rankings on NFL.COM, Derwin James is 2nd and Darius Leonard 3rd, two good picks!

I really hope we do this again, it is so much fun! Just maybe with us having 100 points and allocating the points to different teams to see who gets what.
I’m sure we’ll be able to dig up 32 people to take part again...
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Pick made, PM sent. So concludes an, erm, interesting draft for the Browns.

Round 1 pick 1 Saquon Barkley RB Penn State
Round 1 pick 4 Bradley Chubb DE NC State
Round 2 pick 33 Tim Settle DT Virginia Tech
Round 2 pick 35 Courtland Sutton WR SMU
Round 2 pick 64 Brian O'Neill OT Pitt
Round 4 pick 114 Chase Litton QB Marshall
Round 5 pick 154 Skai Moore LB South Carolina
Round 5 pick 171 Siran Neal DB Jacksonville State
Round 6 pick 192 Trenton Thompson DT Georgia
Round 7 pick 236 Levi Wallace CB Alabama
Saquon Barley, nuff said. Chubb has 10 sacks, probably the least you would expect from someone taken that high. Sutton looks a good replacement for Demayrius Thomas. O'N'eill has held his own when called upon due to injuries, may be a long term replacement for Riley Rieff. Chase Litton is on the Chiefs practice squad...
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I really hope we do this again, it is so much fun!
How busy is the forum these days?

I now use Football's Future for as my everyday forum because it is so much busier than here was. But I could be tempted back for the 7 rounder if there is enough interest
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Saquon Barley, nuff said. Chubb has 10 sacks, probably the least you would expect from someone taken that high. Sutton looks a good replacement for Demayrius Thomas. O'N'eill has held his own when called upon due to injuries, may be a long term replacement for Riley Rieff. Chase Litton is on the Chiefs practice squad...
Levi Wallace is a starting CB for the Bills.

But not going for a QB still makes that draft a D at best for me
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Old 09.12.2018, 11:12 AM
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I prefer the Browns actual draft ending up with Mayfield, Ward and Nick Chubb. All three look like home runs so far, while most importantly also finding a franchise QB.
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Happy enough with how this has worked out so far, Baker we all know about, BJ Hill is the standout pick, and others are starting to find their feet later in season (Penny, Smith) and couple others are starters. Wynn is likely a safe bet when he returns from season out injured.

Would defo be up for this as usual again if enough people to do it.


Denver Broncos Draft 2018

6. Baker Mayfield - QB
37. Isaiah Wynn - G
67. Micah Kiser - LB
82. Rashaad Penny - RB
99. Rashaan Gaulden - CB
106. Tre'Quan Smith - WR
117. BJ Hill - DL
158. Quin Blanding - S
166. Marcell Ateman - WR
187. Eddy Pineiro - K
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Draft

R1 P15: Denzel Ward CB
R2 P38: Kolton Miller OT
R2 P40: Sony Michel RB
R3 P69: Harrison Phillips DT
R4 P104: Holton Hill CB
R4 P108: Duke Ejiofor DE
R5 P140: Marcus Allen S
R7 P255: John Franklin-Myers DE

1st rounder as a star, 2nd rounders as starters (Michel being a good starter and Miller an OK one before he started playing injured) and everyone else as rotational guys/special teamers feels like a decent effort. Also picked up JK Scott, Green Bay punter, in UDFA.

Definitely keen to take part again next year if it happens.
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Old 10.12.2018, 10:31 AM
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Draft

R1 P15: Denzel Ward CB
R2 P38: Kolton Miller OT
R2 P40: Sony Michel RB
R3 P69: Harrison Phillips DT
R4 P104: Holton Hill CB
R4 P108: Duke Ejiofor DE
R5 P140: Marcus Allen S
R7 P255: John Franklin-Myers DE

1st rounder as a star, 2nd rounders as starters (Michel being a good starter and Miller an OK one before he started playing injured) and everyone else as rotational guys/special teamers feels like a decent effort. Also picked up JK Scott, Green Bay punter, in UDFA.

Definitely keen to take part again next year if it happens.
Think Franklin-Myers has made a few plays too, wanted him as a UDFA but you got there first...
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Old 10.12.2018, 12:54 PM
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Dallas Cowboys 2018:

1 (19) - Maurice Hurst, DT. Michigan. (28 tackles, 4 sacks, 1 FF)
1 (31) - Connor Williams, OT. Texas. (8 starts at LG. Lost his job after injury)
4 (118) - John Kelly, RB. Tennessee. (backing up the back ups)
5 (150) - Jordan Whitehead, S. Pittsburgh. (63 tackles)
6 (175) - Jack Clichy, LB. Wisconsin. (3 tackles, on I.R. by mid season)
6 (205) - Tavarius Moore, S. Southern Mississippi. (6 tackles, no starts)
6 (208) - Poona Ford, DT. Texas. (8 tackles, 1 start)

Javon Wims, WR, Georgia (Bears. 3 games. no starts. no catches)
Jester Weah, WR, Pittsburgh
Ben Niemann, LB, Iowa (Chiefs. 11 games, 1 start. 9 tackles)
Quentin Poling, LB, Ohio (Dolphins Practice Squad)
Tre Williams, LB, Auburn
Dalyn Dawkins, RB, Colorado (Titans Practice Squad)
Stacy Thomas, LB, Louisville
Archie Lewis, OT, Boise St.
Sean Chandler, S, Temple (Giants. 13 games. 0 starts. 11 tackles. 1 sack)
Trent Tanking, LB, Kansas State
Emmanuel Moseley, CB, Tennessee (49ers. 1 game. 0 starts. 1 tackle)
Garrett Hudson, TE, Richmond
Dalton Sturm, QB, Texas-San Antonio
Ryan Hunter, G, Bowling Green (Chiefs Practice Squad)
Gerhard De Beer, OT, Arizona (Packers Practice Squad)
Kyle Allen, QB, Houston. (Panthers Practice Squad)
Matt Linehan, QB, Idaho

Nothing to write home about. Hurst has been ok, but our D seemingly needed a LB rather than a DT(although LVE was already off the board). Connor Williams isn't strong enough yet, but he still offers depth/options. John Kelly landed in a bad spot in L.A. but given a chance I still think he's a good #2 RB to have. Whitehead has seemingly carved out a role for himself in Tampa.

Not a disaster, but not a franchise altering Draft class either.
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Old 10.12.2018, 12:58 PM
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Never was a big draft for Carolina as I joined this quite late in the day but it looks like 3 of the 4 have or will have decent NFL careers. After a slightly rocky start Ridley looks promising, Bates is starting in Cincy I think and Yiadom is working his way in to the rotation although I'd need to be a Denver fan to know much beyond that. I still like Shultz but so far he's not done much. Richard might know more than me on that one?

Anyway, with only 4 picks I think a B is in order.
Schultz hasn't really separated himself from the pack at TE. Blake Jarwin seems to be their preferred option as a receiver at the moment, but Schultz has started to get more involved. I think Schultz is seen as an all-rounder, but as a rookie he hasn't quite got his strength up to the NFL level just yet. Like I said, he's shown a little more promise of late but next year should give a better indication of his role going forward. Given the need to spend money elsewhere he should get a shot at being a starter.
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