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  1. yeah as I've cooled off the pick has grown on me a bit lol. Still prefer Slater there though. Very much need to address LT next round. Need to give darnold a chance to succeed.
  2. disgusting. haven't had a legit LT in ages and we bring in a 23 year old to draft a fuging corner after an 11 loss season...
  3. 1) Sewell 2) Fields 3) He who must not be named.
  4. I'm terrified we take Mac Jones. I would be devastated lol.
  5. Can't get much worse than taking Mac Jones if Sewell is there. That would be disastrous.
  6. Falcons (Fields/Lance or Pitts) and Bengals (Chase vs Sewell) is going to determine everything. Ultimately, I think Lance goes to SF and Fields to ATL.
  7. Let alone south Orange County hahaha
  8. Sewell then Slater. Double down with interior OL round two. This franchise has taken 2 OL in the first round in the last 25 drafts. The one top 10 selection used on OT was Jordan Gross and he gave us stability for years. Make it a priority for once. You can add whatever weapons you want but if you don't give a young raw qb like Sam a LT it's not going to be pretty.
  9. He seems to be in that range as well don't know much about him though. I'm a USC fan so I just put St. Brown, and you're presumably a UNC fan and put Brown haha. Always have to throw one of your college guys in the mock.
  10. Edit - I'm not being sarcastic, don't give me beer haha. Darnold is my guy.
  11. 1. Penei Sewell/ Slater 2. Wyatt Davis 3. Amon-Ra St. Brown
  12. My ideal first 3 picks. Build the line. Then put St. Brown in the slot and let him go to work. Another option could be go CB/S in round 3 and add Demetric Felton in round 4 as a gadget guy.
  13. Agree, double down on the OL first two picks and call it a day. Regardless of if Darnold ends up the answer or not, having a good OL in place is huge.
  14. Tannehill was better through three years. I don't disagree. He had good year 3 numbers. But the scenarios are also very different. Darnold is much newer/younger to the position (started barely over a year in high school and just two at USC) and had a much worse situation entering the NFL. Still just 23 (basically how old Joe Burrow was his senior year at LSU with Joe Brady). The trade is a bet on our coaching. They really like Darnold's talent obviously. Really the only pick of real value we gave up is a 2022 second. Risk/reward here is very good. Give it a rest.
  15. Ryan Tannehill was also throwing it 590 times a season. Darnold actually had more yards per attempt in his first two seasons than Tannehill. definitely doing some massive cherry picking...
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