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PigskinPete22 wrote:
Awesome, great analysis. I agree 100% with your perspective on the large amount of Def talent pushing down high caliber talent into that Browns pick. Im very confident that he will be there for all the reasons you give. And Im hopefully optimistic and confident they will go for him.


I honestly do not believe either of my Cleveland picks will be there for the Browns. I hope I am wrong, as they would be a much better defense by adding Abram and Johnson.
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Cadence calls wrote:That's a damn relevant chart, jam.
The 12 rbs for Chicago is impressive.

My mike Davis shares look less valuable.


Well, at least its not Ryan Nall shares!
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1. Arizona Cardinals QB Kyler Murray, Oklahoma
2. San Francisco 49ers Edge Nick Bosa, Ohio State
3. New York Jets DI Quinnen Williams, Alabama
4. Oakland Raiders Edge Josh Allen, Kentucky
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers CB Greedy Williams, LSU
6. New York Giants QB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State
7. Jacksonville Jaguars WR D.K. Metcalf, Ole Miss
8. Detroit Lions Edge Brian Burns, FSU
9. Buffalo Bills OT Andre Dillard, Washington State
10. Denver Broncos QB Drew Lock, Missouri
11. Cincinnati Bengals LB Devin White, LSU
12. Green Bay Packers DI Ed Oliver, Houston
13. Miami Dolphins Edge Montez Sweat, Mississippi State
14. Atlanta Falcons OT Jonah Williams, Alabama
15. Washington Redskins Edge Clelin Ferrell, Clemson
16. Carolina Panthers CB Byron Murphy, Washington
17. New York Giants OT Jawaan Taylor, Florida
18. Minnesota Vikings OT Cody Ford, Oklahoma
19. Tennessee Titans TE T.J. Hockenson, Iowa
20. Pittsburgh Steelers WR Marquise Brown, Oklahoma
21. Seattle Seahawks CB Rock Ya-Sin, Temple
22. Baltimore Ravens WR Riley Ridley, Georgia
23. Houston Texans OT Dalton Risner, Kansas State
24. Oakland Raiders TE Noah Fant, Iowa
25. Philadelphia Eagles LB Devin Bush, Michigan
26. Indianapolis Colts DI Christian Wilkins, Clemson
27. Oakland Raiders Edge Jachai Polite, Florida
28. Los Angeles Chargers CB Deandre Baker, Georgia
29. Kansas City Chiefs Edge Chase Winovich, Michigan
30. Green Bay Packers S Darnell Savage, Maryland
31. Los Angeles Rams C Garrett Bradbury, NC State
32. New England Patriots DI Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame


Collinsworth's PFF mock 04/22
https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/draft-cris-collinsworths-2019-mock-draft-kyler-goes-no-1
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Is Polite still a 1st rounder? Thought he was a day 3 pick at this point?
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R2000 wrote:Is Polite still a 1st rounder? Thought he was a day 3 pick at this point?


Its his combine and pro day performance that have him falling. He did both with a hammy injury.

His interviews werent amazing, by some accounts either

Maybe im wrong, but seems like "Smoke n mirrors" to me :dontknow:

Happens every year there will be some guy that teams think they can depress just enough to get both BPA and need later/ where they can take him.

Bennett, post combine interview wrote:“Hey I’m Michael Bennett, I was D-Line No. 5 in the 2008 NFL Combine, Don’t watch it, I ran slow.”


Bennett ran a 5.13 and posted a 31" vert.

He was projected as a - no worse than - day 2 pick. He went UDFA thanks to the combine and he interviewed REALLY well according to folk since (funny, a leader etc)

The combine is not an accurate assessment of on-field athleticism, just a test to see which football players could cross train in athletics. Thats it. Its positively prehistoric and makes the pro bowl almost look relevant.

If Polite falls beyond the 2nd, teams really need to check themselves as theyre doing it wrong. Still.
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To me, Polite's offseason really explained what he did on the field. He has the tools to be a star, but you only see it in small doses. He's a great finisher though. There's a fine line between screws loose and leveraging that into an advantage - and just being a liability. He probably can't be expected to put weight on and still be productive. And he's at his best when he's Tarzan/Jane, but that's a difficult projection into the pros.

Does all that have value? Yeah, probably. He's the type to go full blown mental midget, but I've (kinda) backed off my day 3 treatment stance. Per usual, there will be some players that fall into round 3 that I don't think should but once that list is exhausted I wouldn't fight a flier on him. Especially on a good team. A limited role in which he can just pin his ears back and eat quarterbacks is something I can see him doing well...as long as he's okay with being just a part time player anyway.