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  1. meh... there are several others in this draft I'd prefer over him... I do want the Jets to draft a rb in the later rd's... rb's usually take over a year to truly return to form after an acl.
  2. "ME"lijah Moore鈥檚 got a couple things to say...
  3. meh... Hopefully this year will be better for him.
  4. Has a little bit of the robbie anderson vernacular in him, lol
  5. That's Not happening here.
  6. upside aka potential... A Meaningless word when not lived up to.
  7. Jets Sign Mecole Hardman... & just like that the Jets have a returner.
  8. The game... that play 2:37... "today" the refs may have probably called it incomplete & don't forget Namath's dislocated finger... this game was 6 weeks after the infamous Hiedi game, Jets beat the Raiders in the 1968 AFL Championship | NFL Films - YouTube
  9. Daniel Jeremiah 2023 NFL mock draft 3.0: Bucs, Colts, Panthers, Texans, Vikings pick QBs in Round 1 Mock Draft Presented By Daniel Jeremiah 2023 NFL mock draft 3.0: Bucs, Colts, Panthers, Texans, Vikings pick QBs in Round 1 Published: Mar 21, 2023 at 09:54 AM Daniel Jeremiah NFL Media analyst After a wild opening wave of free agency -- with signings, releases and trades reshaping rosters across the league -- it's time to assess the impact on the 2023 NFL Draft. Here's my updated forecast for the first round. NOTES: The NFL announced in August that the Miami Dolphins will forfeit their 2023 first-round pick and 2024 third-round pick following an investigation into whether the team violated league policies pertaining to the integrity of the game. Check out NFL+ for more in-depth analysis on Daniel Jeremiah's third mock draft and live coverage of pro days beginning on March 22. Pick 1 Carolina Panthers (via CHI) Bryce Young Alabama 路 QB 路 Junior The Panthers will do their homework on this year's top quarterback prospects over the next month, but I believe Young is the best of the bunch and will emerge as their target. Pick 2 Houston Texans C.J. Stroud Ohio State 路 QB 路 Sophomore (RS) The Texans have some quality pieces in place on offense (including a franchise left tackle who just agreed to a contract extension) and Stroud should be able to hit the ground running as the Week 1 starter. Pick 3 Arizona Cardinals Will Anderson Jr. Alabama 路 Edge 路 Junior I won't be surprised if the Cardinals trade this pick to Indianapolis, Seattle or Las Vegas. If they stay here, Anderson makes the most sense for a team that desperately needs a difference-maker on the defensive line. Pick 4 Indianapolis Colts Anthony Richardson Florida 路 QB 路 Sophomore (RS) Will Levis could easily be the pick here, but Richardson鈥檚 unbelievable athleticism would be a fun fit in Shane Steichen鈥檚 offense. Pick 5 Seattle Seahawks (via DEN) Jalen Carter Georgia 路 DT 路 Junior The off-field concerns with Carter have been documented. On the field, he is the most talented player in this draft class and would provide Pete Carroll鈥檚 defense with a dynamic interior disruptor. Pick 6 Detroit Lions (via LAR) Devon Witherspoon Illinois 路 CB 路 Senior Witherspoon doesn鈥檛 have ideal size (5-foot-11 1/2, 181 pounds), but his game is very similar to that of Denzel Ward, who, like Witherspoon, played his college football in the Big Ten. Detroit has some difference-makers on the defensive front and has made some nice additions to the secondary this offseason, but Witherspoon鈥檚 instincts and ball skills would fit beautifully in the back end. Pick 7 Las Vegas Raiders Tyree Wilson Texas Tech 路 Edge 路 Senior (RS) I could still see the Raiders taking a quarterback here, even after signing Jimmy Garoppolo. However, Wilson would be a welcome addition opposite of Maxx Crosby. Chandler Jones failed to provide the desired impact after joining the Raiders last season. Pick 8 Atlanta Falcons Christian Gonzalez Oregon 路 CB 路 Junior The Falcons ranked 31st in third-down defense last season. Gonzalez would team up with A.J. Terrell to give Atlanta one of the biggest and most athletic cornerback duos in the league. Pick 9 Chicago Bears (via CAR) Peter Skoronski Northwestern 路 OL 路 Junior I love this pick for the Bears. Skoronski would be an immediate upgrade at right tackle for Justin Fields. Pick 10 Philadelphia Eagles (via NO) Lukas Van Ness Iowa 路 Edge 路 Sophomore (RS) The Eagles always focus on the line of scrimmage, and Van Ness has the versatility to play inside or outside. Brandon Graham and Fletcher Cox both were re-signed this offseason, but they鈥檙e playing on one-year deals. Pick 11 Tennessee Titans Jaxon Smith-Njigba Ohio State 路 WR 路 Junior The Titans need to add some playmakers on offense. Smith-Njigba is a pure route runner who's ready to make an immediate impact. Pick 12 Houston Texans (via CLE) Myles Murphy Clemson 路 Edge 路 Junior The Texans landed their franchise quarterback with their first selection, and now they can add a dynamic piece to their defensive front. Murphy has tremendous upside. Pick 13 New York Jets Nolan Smith Georgia 路 Edge 路 Senior The Jets will likely lose Bryce Huff after next season and Carl Lawson is a potential salary cap casualty. Smith is the most explosive edge rusher in the draft. Pick 14 New England Patriots Bijan Robinson Texas 路 RB 路 Junior The Patriots don鈥檛 think like every other franchise. I believe they could see Robinson as a valuable addition instead of a player at a non-premium position. He would team up with Rhamondre Stevenson to give New England one of the best backfields in the NFL. Pick 15 Green Bay Packers Paris Johnson Jr. Ohio State 路 OT 路 Junior The Packers are set to begin the Jordan Love era this fall, and Johnson will start immediately at right tackle while providing insurance at left tackle. Pick 16 Washington Commanders Dalton Kincaid Utah 路 TE 路 Senior I wouldn鈥檛 rule out a quarterback with this selection, but I love the idea of adding a dynamic tight end to Washington's impressive wide receiving corps. I鈥檓 excited to see what Sam Howell can do as the starter for the Commanders. Pick 17 Pittsburgh Steelers Broderick Jones Georgia 路 OT 路 Sophomore (RS) This would be a dream scenario for the Steelers as they continue to overhaul their offensive line this offseason. Pick 18 Detroit Lions Calijah Kancey Pittsburgh 路 DT 路 Junior (RS) Lions GM Brad Holmes spent a lot of time around Aaron Donald during his previous stop as the Rams鈥 director of college scouting. Kancey isn鈥檛 on Donald鈥檚 level -- nobody is -- but his explosive quickness would beautifully complement Detroit鈥檚 young edge rushers to give the Lions a fearsome pass-rush group. Pick 19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Will Levis Kentucky 路 QB 路 Senior (RS) If Levis starts to slide, I believe a team like Tampa Bay will trade up to get him. In this scenario, he falls right into the Bucs' lap. Levis would compete with Baker Mayfield and Kyle Trask for the starting job. Pick 20 Seattle Seahawks Jordan Addison USC 路 WR 路 Junior Addison would be the perfect complement to the Seahawks鈥 talented receiver duo of DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett. He鈥檚 a smooth route runner with outstanding ball skills and speed after the catch. Pick 21 Los Angeles Chargers Zay Flowers Boston College 路 WR 路 Senior The Chargers prefer bigger wideouts, but Flowers would add an explosive element currently lacking in the passing attack. Pick 22 Baltimore Ravens Joey Porter Jr. Penn State 路 CB 路 Junior (RS) How fun would this be? Joey Porter to the Ravens. That just sounds amazing. He would be a tremendous value at a position of need for Baltimore. Pick 23 Minnesota Vikings Hendon Hooker Tennessee 路 QB 路 Senior (RS) The Vikings have been doing their homework on this quarterback class. Hooker is well-liked around the league and he could sit for a year behind Kirk Cousins before taking over and ushering in a new era for Kevin O鈥機onnell. Pick 24 Jacksonville Jaguars Deonte Banks Maryland 路 CB 路 Junior (RS) Banks crushed his NFL Scouting Combine workout and his tape is really solid, too. Jacksonville needs to get better on the back end and Banks is ready to play right away. Pick 25 New York Giants Joe Tippmann Wisconsin 路 IOL 路 Junior (RS) The Giants did a nice job adding some much-needed speed to the skill positions in free agency. Tippmann would team up with two young, talented offensive tackles to protect Daniel Jones for the foreseeable future. Pick 26 Dallas Cowboys Mazi Smith Michigan 路 DT 路 Junior (RS) Smith has generated a lot of buzz in personnel circles for his combination of athleticism and power. His best football is ahead of him and he鈥檇 fill a need in Dallas. Pick 27 Buffalo Bills Quentin Johnston TCU 路 WR 路 Junior Opinions vary quite a bit from team to team when it comes to the wide receivers in this year鈥檚 class. Johnston could be the first one taken or slide down to the bottom of the first round. He would give Josh Allen a big, explosive weapon to complement Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis. Pick 28 Cincinnati Bengals Darnell Wright Tennessee 路 OT 路 Senior Wright would plug and play at right tackle. Recent LT signee Orlando Brown Jr. is only 26 years old. Brown and Wright could hold down the bookend spots to protect Joe Burrow for quite a long time. Also, this pick would allow the Bengals to deal Jonah Williams for draft capital now that he has requested a trade. Pick 29 New Orleans Saints (via SF through MIA, DEN) Michael Mayer Notre Dame 路 TE 路 Junior Mayer would be an excellent value pick at this point in Round 1. He is a complete tight end, and Derek Carr would have a reliable security blanket on third down. Pick 30 Philadelphia Eagles Felix Anudike-Uzomah Kansas State 路 Edge 路 Junior The Eagles double down on defensive linemen. Anudike-Uzomah is a gifted edge rusher and posted excellent numbers over the last two seasons. GM Howie Roseman doesn鈥檛 believe you can have too many pass rushers. Pick 31 Kansas City Chiefs Will McDonald IV Iowa State 路 Edge 路 Senior (RS) McDonald is an elite bender coming off the edge. The Chiefs moved on from Frank Clark this offseason and need to add more firepower to their pass rush.
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