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Just now, rico6 said:

Dude said Terrell Davis. This isn’t 199-fuging-5 player/talent evaluations is leaps and bounds above the era of players you’re referring to. 

The number of first round busts says the talent evaluation isn’t better.  Actually it us probably worse...in the past players were evaluated on what they did on the field.  Now, more emphasis is put on the combine and how they look in shorts.

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Just now, MadHatter said:

The number of first round busts says the talent evaluation isn’t better.  Actually it is probably worse...in the past players were evaluated on what they did on the field.  Now, more emphasis is put on the combine and how they look in shorts.

 

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8 minutes ago, Hoenheim said:

Absolutely batshit insane. All the oline are going to be gone by the time we pick and we're just going to get 10 JAGS in the 6th at this rate 

kinda concerning....but...

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I feel like this is how Seattle typically runs their drafts...just trade down and hope to hit on the late round picks.

 

This is also what I do during the draft in Madden. Why are they playing madden IRL. 

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15 minutes ago, MadHatter said:

Tom Brady...Antonio brown...Latavius Murray...Antoine Bethea...Adalius Thomas...Matt Burke...Terrell Davis...Greg Lloyd...all say hello from the 5th round.

And all of them were a pleasant surprises, not a the basis of a strategy. Big difference here that makes it questionable if they even have a strategy. 

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Just now, BrisbanePanther said:

And all of them were a pleasant surprises, not a the basis of a strategy. Big difference here that makes it questionable if they even have a strategy. 

I don’t think we select all those 6th rounders.  I think they will be used to move up a time or two in the 3-5 rounds.

 

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