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  1. With the 44th pick the Buffalo Bills select Curtis Samuel WR/RB, Ohio State. Bills get a weapon for Deshaun Watson Cleveland Browns: Myles Garrett, DE San Francisco 49ers: Mitch Trubisky, QB Chicago Bears: Jamal Adams, S Jacksonville Jaguars: Leonard Fournette, RB Tennessee Titans: Marshon Lattimore, CB New York Jets: Patrick Mahomes, QB LA Chargers: Malik Hooker, S Carolina Panthers: Derek Barnett, DE Cincinnati Bengals: Garrett Bolles, OT Buffalo Bills: Deshaun Watson, QB New Orleans Saints Jonathan Allen DE Cleveland Browns: DeShone Kizer QB Arizona Cardinals: OJ Howard, TE Philadelphia Eagles: Christian McCaffrey, RB Indianapolis Colts: Reuben Foster, LB Baltimore Ravens: Solomon Thomas, DE Washington Redskins: Dalvin Cook, RB Tennessee Titans: Mike Williams, WR Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Taco Charlton, DE Denver Broncos: Ryan Ramczyk, OT Detroit Lions: Corey Davis, WR Miami Dolphins: Haason Reddick, OLB New York Giants: Marlon Humphrey, CB Oakland Raiders: Quincy Wilson, CB Houston Texans: Takkarist McKinley, OLB Seattle Seahawks: Forrest Lamp. LT Kansas City Chiefs: Tim Williams, DE Dallas Cowboys: Jabril Peppers, S/LB Green Bay Packers: Malik McDowell, DE Pittsburgh Steelers: Evan Engram, TE Atlanta Falcons Budda Baker, FS New Orleans Saints Gareon Conley, CB Cleveland Browns: Cam Robinson, OT San Francisco 49ers: Obi Melifonwu, S Jacksonville Jaguars: Charles Harris, DE Chicago Bears: David Njoku, TE LA Rams: John Ross, WR LA Chargers: Cooper Krupp, WR New York Jets: Antonio Garcia, OT Carolina Panthers: Zay Jones, WR Cincinnati Bengals:Teez Tabor, CB New Orleans Saints: Juju Smith, WR Philadelphia Eagles: TJ Watt, OLB Buffalo Bills: Curtis Samuel, WR Arizona Cardinals: Indianapolis Colts: Baltimore Ravens: Minnesota Vikings: Washington Redskins: Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Denver Broncos: Cleveland Browns: Detroit Lions: Miami Dolphins: New York Giants: Oakland Raiders: Houston Texans: Seattle Seahawks: Kansas City Chiefs: Dallas Cowboys: Green Bay Packers: Pittsburgh Steelers: Atlanta Falcons: Carolina Panthers: @JawnyBlaze you are on the clock with the Arizona Cardinals.
  2. I will and will write it up in a few hours.
  3. lol
  4. Luke will give help to Obi. The galaxy will work in reverse.
  5. Hope we really do not go into the season with Fozzy as number 2 RB. Still could and should draft a running back.
  6. Either one I am cool with
  7. He has already been picked #2
  8. Allen or Taco Bell
  9. I honestly believe he would be a good fit in Carolina. Good character, hard working WR. Has a ton of talent and can help keep the pressure off of Kelvin Benjamin.lol
  10. Pick 40: The Carolina Panthers Select.........Zay Jones WR, ECU Watching replays of the sacks Cam Newton took last season could show you a major problem with the Carolina Panthers on offense, which was a lack of OPEN receivers to target. Many of the sacks that Cam Newton took were coverage sacks. People complained about why he held on to the ball so long, but a lot of the time it is because he had nobody to throw it to. Opponents knew he was going to target Kelvin Benjamin, and did their best to stop him. Devin Funchess seemed to struggle to get separation, and in all honesty does not seem like a good compliment to Benjamin. Selecting Zay Jones here would give the Panthers a true number two receiver who can line up on the outside as well as the slot. Jones displayed good speed at the NFL Combine with a 4.45 40 time, and dominated at the Senior Bowl. Also, it is obvious from watching videos of his highlights that he has incredible hands, and that he is able to go up to get the ball. Jones would be a great fit, and could help the offense move the ball more. He will also have Jerricho Cotchery as a coach which could benefit him tremendously. Cleveland Browns: Myles Garrett, DE San Francisco 49ers: Mitch Trubisky, QB Chicago Bears: Jamal Adams, S Jacksonville Jaguars: Leonard Fournette, RB Tennessee Titans: Marshon Lattimore, CB New York Jets: Patrick Mahomes, QB LA Chargers: Malik Hooker, S Carolina Panthers: Derek Barnett, DE Cincinnati Bengals: Garrett Bolles, OT Buffalo Bills: Deshaun Watson, QB New Orleans Saints Jonathan Allen DE Cleveland Browns: DeShone Kizer QB Arizona Cardinals: OJ Howard, TE Philadelphia Eagles: Christian McCaffrey, RB Indianapolis Colts: Reuben Foster, LB Baltimore Ravens: Solomon Thomas, DE Washington Redskins: Dalvin Cook, RB Tennessee Titans: Mike Williams, WR Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Taco Charlton, DE Denver Broncos: Ryan Ramczyk, OT Detroit Lions: Corey Davis, WR Miami Dolphins: Haason Reddick, OLB New York Giants: Marlon Humphrey, CB Oakland Raiders: Quincy Wilson, CB Houston Texans: Takkarist McKinley, OLB Seattle Seahawks: Forrest Lamp. LT Kansas City Chiefs: Tim Williams, DE Dallas Cowboys: Jabril Peppers, S/LB Green Bay Packers: Malik McDowell, DE Pittsburgh Steelers: Evan Engram, TE Atlanta Falcons Budda Baker, FS New Orleans Saints Gareon Conley, CB Cleveland Browns: Cam Robinson, OT San Francisco 49ers: Obi Melifonwu, S Jacksonville Jaguars: Charles Harris, DE Chicago Bears: David Njoku, TE LA Rams: John Ross, WR LA Chargers: Cooper Krupp, WR New York Jets: Antonio Garcia, OT Carolina Panthers: Zay Jones, WR Cincinnati Bengals: New Orleans Saints: Philadelphia Eagles: Buffalo Bills: Arizona Cardinals: Indianapolis Colts: Baltimore Ravens: Minnesota Vikings: Washington Redskins: Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Denver Broncos: Cleveland Browns: Detroit Lions: Miami Dolphins: New York Giants: Oakland Raiders: Houston Texans: Seattle Seahawks: Kansas City Chiefs: Dallas Cowboys: Green Bay Packers: Pittsburgh Steelers: Atlanta Falcons: Carolina Panthers: @Hammerin'Cameron1 you are on the clock with the Cincinnati Bengals
  11. DT meet LB, LB meet DT.