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On 1/1/2020 at 6:22 AM, 212frawk said:

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lol indeed!!  Frawk took the title very seriously and did his first mocking of the year of a draft list!!  :beer:

(Suprisingly it's a list of names that sounds very unamerican, which he normally seems to prefer.  Account hacked?)


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My 2nd Adopt A Bill is Christian Wade(he gets an exemption and doesn't require a spot) :)

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33 minutes ago, Crazy Legs said:

Oh lord.  We move up to pick Sammy Watkins Deux LOL

PS I do think Jerry Jeudy is projected to be better than Sammy Watkins.   But I don't want to move up to get Jeudy, that will cost at least next year's first.  Jeudy is going high.

I don't think Beane will trade up for Jerry Jeudy, but IMO he is a better prospect than Sammy Watkins, a better route runner, and will be a better NFL player.

If Buffalo get's 10 wins next year they will be a playoff team again and be picking in the mid to low 20's in the first round in 2021. I would have no problem trading a low 2020 1st round pick and a low 2021 1st round draft pick to move up to draft Jerry Jeudy. We will see what happens.


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I hope Cody Ford gets to play Right Guard in OTAs, because he is still not ready to be a starting RT in the NFL.

If there is a really good RT in the 1st round of the draft, bam, let's get it done.

 Austin Jackson, USC, OT 

Josh Jones, Houston, OT 


Draft a Running Back in the 2nd?  Add another EDGE or Corner?

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4 hours ago, Crazy Legs said:

I hope Cody Ford gets to play Right Guard in OTAs, because he is still not ready to be a starting RT in the NFL.

If there is a really good RT in the 1st round of the draft, bam, let's get it done.

 Austin Jackson, USC, OT 

Josh Jones, Houston, OT 

I'd love an OT, but let's face it, certain people who demand a draft of offense want something shiny like a WR, maybe TE, or super RB.  I wouldnt mind a poll to quantify preference, assuming it's BPA to take that element out of the decision.  


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My Adopt A Bill is Stefon Diggs

My 2nd Adopt A Bill is Christian Wade(he gets an exemption and doesn't require a spot) :)

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5 hours ago, Crazy Legs said:

I hope Cody Ford gets to play Right Guard in OTAs, because he is still not ready to be a starting RT in the NFL.

If there is a really good RT in the 1st round of the draft, bam, let's get it done.

 Austin Jackson, USC, OT 

Josh Jones, Houston, OT 

I thought Cody Ford played well despite playing out of position all season long. He has trouble in pass protection versus athletic edge rushers, and it showed today.

IMO Ford could be a pro bowl caliber LG or RG. 

I would have no issues with drafting Josh Jones or Austin Jackson being drafted in the 1st round to play RT if Tee Higgins or Laviska Shenault are not on the board when Buffalo picks.

Michael PIttman, Tyler Johnson,  Brandon Aiyuk, and Antonio Gandy Golden should be available for Buffalo's pick in the 2nd round.


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Anything on the Defensive side of the ball in the first three rounds?  Well, how does that song go?

 


 

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7 minutes ago, Herodotus said:

Anything on the Defensive side of the ball in the first three rounds?  Well, how does that song go?


 

Unless a very high rated edge rusher fell to Buffalo's pick, I would draft a WR, OT and RB in the first three rounds.

You need to upgrade that talent on the offensive side of the ball.

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9 minutes ago, Herodotus said:

Anything on the Defensive side of the ball in the first three rounds?  Well, how does that song go?


 

While I kind of agree, if they spot a GREAT value at edge rusher or CB, I'd have no problem in the 1st 3 rounds, depending on how they spend that AMPLE CAP MONEY on free agents.  You can't take it with you Ralph/Terry/Kim/Beane!!!   :beer:  <--(man I am so grateful to have this guy back!!)


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My Adopt A Bill is Stefon Diggs

My 2nd Adopt A Bill is Christian Wade(he gets an exemption and doesn't require a spot) :)

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On 1/1/2020 at 8:21 AM, seandelevan said:

The pats game, and when the D can’t get off the field Saturday....will justify, to McBeane, to draft more D. 

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Fuck! Looks like I called this too. 


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Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville - 6'7", 365lbs. Played LT.   20 years old.  Will be 21 by start of season. 

I haven't watched coaches tape on this OT, but he sounds interesting and worth finding out what scouts are saying about him:

NFLMOCKS:  massive man whose size and power immediately stands out on tape. He is tremendously powerful at the point of attack, easily moving defenders out of his way in the run game. Becton also holds a solid base and anchors extremely well in pass protection. Probably drafted late in the first round.

THE DRAFT NETWORK: Turn on the tape and you'll find moments of pure domination at the point of attack, not just with brute strength and power but also with grace, explosiveness and rare physical qualities for an athlete of this stature.

WALTER FOOTBALL:  Becton is a giant blocker who is similar to Cordy Glenn. In pass protection, he needs to improve his hand placement as he can get too wide and let defenders get their hands in chest.

 

Keep an eye on this prospect.  If Beane and McDermott feel an OT is good value for our 1st round pick, Becton is going to be one of the OTs projected to go late in the 1st round.  Of course it remains to be seen what his Pass Pro skills would be at the NFL level.  But being only 20 years old, you would think he has more room to learn, develop and excel at the OT position.

 


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I don't see them paying a WR in FA, maybe trade for one, but not singing one. They could go pay a T like Conklin and move Ford inside, that would likely mean they don't bring back Spain though. I like Knox a lot but if they can go out and get Hooper, I sign up for that all day. 

 

They could pull a Rams, go out and trade a pair of mid rounders and bring in Keenan Allen, they sign Austin Hooper and Jack Conklin, then go draft Jonathan Taylor. Use the rest of the draft to fill out depth. They won't though 

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16 hours ago, Crazy Legs said:

Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville - 6'7", 365lbs. Played LT.   20 years old.  Will be 21 by start of season. 

I haven't watched coaches tape on this OT, but he sounds interesting and worth finding out what scouts are saying about him:

NFLMOCKS:  massive man whose size and power immediately stands out on tape. He is tremendously powerful at the point of attack, easily moving defenders out of his way in the run game. Becton also holds a solid base and anchors extremely well in pass protection. Probably drafted late in the first round.

THE DRAFT NETWORK: Turn on the tape and you'll find moments of pure domination at the point of attack, not just with brute strength and power but also with grace, explosiveness and rare physical qualities for an athlete of this stature.

WALTER FOOTBALL:  Becton is a giant blocker who is similar to Cordy Glenn. In pass protection, he needs to improve his hand placement as he can get too wide and let defenders get their hands in chest.

Keep an eye on this prospect.  If Beane and McDermott feel an OT is good value for our 1st round pick, Becton is going to be one of the OTs projected to go late in the 1st round.  Of course it remains to be seen what his Pass Pro skills would be at the NFL level.  But being only 20 years old, you would think he has more room to learn, develop and excel at the OT position.

 

 

 

 

 

Mekhi Becton's draft stock is rising. He could be drafted in the 1st round.


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21 hours ago, Baldat28 said:

I don't see them paying a WR in FA, maybe trade for one, but not singing one. They could go pay a T like Conklin and move Ford inside, that would likely mean they don't bring back Spain though. I like Knox a lot but if they can go out and get Hooper, I sign up for that all day. 

They could pull a Rams, go out and trade a pair of mid rounders and bring in Keenan Allen, they sign Austin Hooper and Jack Conklin, then go draft Jonathan Taylor. Use the rest of the draft to fill out depth. They won't though 

I have some faith Brandon Beane will make good moves in the Off Season.  
You do point out an area that most fans don't focus much on.  Tight End.
You can see that New England has lost a little something not having Gronk for those 4-5 catches a game at key points.

Dawson Knox is coming a long, and he was only a 3rd round pick so his salary is low.  He is good to have.   But we need another TE that can threaten defenses in the pass game.

Hooper would be a great get.  He will only be 26 by next September, and he is in his prime now.  Despite missing three games, he caught 75 passes for 787 yards and six touchdowns this year.   75 catches.  I mean, Josh Allen can use another receiver like that.   


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3 hours ago, Crazy Legs said:

I have some faith Brandon Beane will make good moves in the Off Season.  
You do point out an area that most fans don't focus much on.  Tight End.
You can see that New England has lost a little something not having Gronk for those 4-5 catches a game at key points.

Dawson Knox is coming a long, and he was only a 3rd round pick so his salary is low.  He is good to have.   But we need another TE that can threaten defenses in the pass game.

Hooper would be a great get.  He will only be 26 by next September, and he is in his prime now.  Despite missing three games, he caught 75 passes for 787 yards and six touchdowns this year.   75 catches.  I mean, Josh Allen can use another receiver like that.   

Tyler Kroft is not worth the money he is being paid. I would love it if Beane signs Austin Hooper in free agency or trades for OJ Howard, and cut Tyler Kroft.


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9 hours ago, junglesouljah said:

Mekhi Becton's draft stock is rising. He could be drafted in the 1st round.

Damn, give him the ball on the goal line as well.

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8 hours ago, junglesouljah said:

Tyler Kroft is not worth the money he is being paid. I would love it if Beane signs Austin Hooper in free agency or trades for OJ Howard, and cut Tyler Kroft.

I am on the Austin Hooper bandwagon.

Josh needs pass catchers.  Whether it is running back out of the backfield, tight ends in the seam or guys built like Duke Williams that can pull in contested passes.

 


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3 hours ago, Crazy Legs said:

I am on the Austin Hooper bandwagon.

Josh needs pass catchers.  Whether it is running back out of the backfield, tight ends in the seam or guys built like Duke Williams that can pull in contested passes.

TJ Yeldon was under used this year. Even if he just used as a 3rd down receiving specialist as  RB he bring great value to Allen as a dump off or check down option. I like having a 6'1" 223 lb RB with good hands and 4.5 40 speed being used as a receiver out of the backfield or flexed out wide to get a mismatch on a linebacker or safety.

Yeldon averaged 9.5 yards a catch this year the highest of his career. 

Daboll really needs to incorporate Yeldon into the running and passing game in 2020.


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On 1/4/2020 at 12:36 PM, StraightJ said:

lol indeed!!  Frawk took the title very seriously and did his first mocking of the year of a draft list!!  :beer:

(Suprisingly it's a list of names that sounds very unamerican, which he normally seems to prefer.  Account hacked?)

No reply Frawk?  :)


"I don't think I'm easy to talk about. I've got a very irregular head. And I'm not anything that you think I am anyway".

-Syd Barrett, founder of Pink Floyd. Rolling Stone, December 1971

 

https://oathkeepers.org/about/

 

Europa: The last Battle is possibly the most useful documentary in existence in terms of understanding how society came to be like it currently is: https://search.bitchute.com/renderer?use=bitchute-json&name=Search&login=bcadmin&key=7ea2d72b62aa4f762cc5a348ef6642b8&query=Europa+The+Last+Battle

 

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My Adopt A Bill is Stefon Diggs

My 2nd Adopt A Bill is Christian Wade(he gets an exemption and doesn't require a spot) :)

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On 1/2/2020 at 3:39 PM, seandelevan said:

Fuck yeah. I’d take Copper over Green and also take a WR in round 2...the Johnson kid out of Minnesota. If they do those 2 things McD can have yet, another defensive stud in the first round. 

But if they go DE in the first, and don’t get a WR in FA and or in the draft....I’ll fucking go off. 

I think Cooper has below average hands.  So let's go after a guy that can't catch the ball very well, with a QB who throws the ball as if it was shot out of a rocket launcher.....hmmm pass on Cooper....rather have Green for two years and develop a QB  that we take in the first

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10 hours ago, junglesouljah said:

TJ Yeldon was under used this year. Even if he just used as a 3rd down receiving specialist as  RB he bring great value to Allen as a dump off or check down option. I like having a 6'1" 223 lb RB with good hands and 4.5 40 speed being used as a receiver out of the backfield or flexed out wide to get a mismatch on a linebacker or safety.

Yeldon averaged 9.5 yards a catch this year the highest of his career. 

Daboll really needs to incorporate Yeldon into the running and passing game in 2020.

Daboll stepped on his schlong here.

I like Yeldon.   He is a good pass catching back.    So it makes sense to keep him inactive every week.   Eye Roll.

(fear of him fumbling can be the only reason Daboll can hang his hat on....)

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Just now, Crazy Legs said:

Daboll stepped on his schlong here.

I like Yeldon.   He is a good pass catching back.    So it makes sense to keep him inactive every week.   Eye Roll.

(fear of him fumbling can be the only reason Daboll can hang his hat on....)

That is anther one of my criticisms of Daboll he went with Gore instead of Yeldon.

Gore has declined and is not the player he used be. Gore's lateral agility is terrible now, he is basically only able to run in the A gaps at this point in his career and offers very little as a receiver or if he has to run wide.

I want Beane to draft a RB in the 3rd or 4th rounds to split careers with Singletary to keep him fresh, but I want to see Yeldon  active on game days and used as a 3rd down receiving specialist. If teams want to blitz Allen, having a dump off option in with a big body in Yeldon is good idea.

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5 minutes ago, junglesouljah said:

That is anther one of my criticisms of Daboll he went with Gore instead of Yeldon.

Gore has declined and is not the player he used be. Gore's lateral agility is terrible now, he is basically only able to run in the A gaps at this point in his career and offers very little as a receiver or if he has to run wide.

I want Beane to draft a RB in the 3rd or 4th rounds to split careers with Singletary to keep him fresh, but I want to see Yeldon  active on game days and used as a 3rd down receiving specialist. If teams want to blitz Allen, having a dump off option in with a big body in Yeldon is good idea.

Singletary
Draft Pick
Yeldon

That makes sense for our backfield next year...........with Christian Wade a possible #4RB and special teamer.

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5 minutes ago, Crazy Legs said:

Singletary
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Yeldon

That makes sense for our backfield next year...........with Christian Wade a possible #4RB and special teamer.

That makes the RB position more talented than it was this year.

I'm really high on Christian Wade and want him to make the team but he will have to play on special teams to make the team. He might be anther year away from playing in the NFL but I want him on the 90 man roster in training camp competing to make the roster. I want to see him improve so much as a receiver and beats out Yeldon to be the #3 RB on the team, but right now I have Yeldon as the #3 RB on the depth chart.


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On 1/2/2020 at 5:38 PM, Crazy Legs said:

The risk is high when drafting a WR late in the 1st round ....plus I am not sure McBeane want to go that direction with the 1st round pick.

2011 1st round WR Jonathan Baldwin
2012 1st round WR A. J. Jenkins 
2013 1st round WR Cordarrelle Patterson
2014 1st round WR Kelvin Benjamin 
2015 1st round WR Nelson Agholor & WR Breshad Perriman
2016 1st round WR  Laquon Treadwell  & WR Josh Doctson 
2017 1st round WR John Ross & WR Mike Williams 
 

If we were drafting Top 10, then maybe you roll the dice on a guy like WR Jerry Jerudy.   Otherwise, you need to make your 1st round pick count.   We can't afford anymore Shaq Lawson type results with our first round pick.      

That’s why I’m not against using your 1st to trade for a proven WR.


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5 hours ago, seandelevan said:

That’s why I’m not against using your 1st to trade for a proven WR.

I wonder if any worthy WRs will be offered as trade bait by another team?   Can we get a DeVante Parker?  

On the otherhand, recent 2nd round WRs draft picks have done very well, so maybe we get a good one in the 2nd round.

I think all these guys had 1000+ yards this past year.  

Michael Brown, 2nd round
AJ Brown, 2nd round
DK Metcalf, 2nd round
DJ Chark, ,2nd round
Tyler Boyd, 2nd round
Courtland Sutton, 2nd round
Kenny Golladay, 3rd round
Cooper Kupp was a 3rd rounder
Chris Godwin , 3rd round
Terry McLaurin, 3rd round


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