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Everything posted by Marshmello

  1. Talks about Zach Wilson around the 12:37 mark. I thought it was a pretty good interview overall if you have time to watch the whole thing.
  2. 2nd round pick if we trade down? Or we have to take him with the 34th pick?
  3. Per Tony Pauline. https://www.profootballnetwork.com/2021-nfl-draft-rumors-buzz-draft-week/ How many wide receivers will come off the board in Round 1 — and who is the sleeper first-round WR? (12:15 PM ET) As was the case one year ago, it’s a very strong receiver draft in 2021. A year ago, six receivers were selected in the first round. And as of right now, several teams have six receivers with first-round grades. But having a first-round grade does not necessarily mean a player will land in the top 32 selections. So who are the six receivers graded as potential top-3
  4. Peter King's mock Draft pick for us. Also interesting he doesn't have Jenkins going in the first round. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2021/04/26/2021-nfl-mock-draft-fmia-peter-king/?cid=fmiatw 23. New York Jets (from Seattle)—Gregory Rousseau, edge-rusher, Miami So no one knows which edge rusher is going to be very good. The Jets want one. I think they might take Paye if available, and they might also trade up for one. They also could roll the dice on Azeez Ojulari, the highly rated rusher from Georgia who could slip because some teams are worried about hi
  5. Per Tony Pauline https://www.profootballnetwork.com/nfl-draft-2021-sleepers-marlon-williams-ben-mason/ 2021 NFL Draft Sleeper: Ben Mason, FB, Michigan Multi-purpose weapon Ben Mason of Michigan is an under-the-radar prospect getting rave reviews. The sometimes fullback, sometimes H-back, sometimes tight end is another player who can squeeze every ounce of talent from his body. He’s a terrific blocker and a sensational pass catcher out of the backfield. Mason also does a solid job carrying the ball when called upon. These are skills Mason showed off during his career at Michi
  6. Who's going to be our gadget player wearing a single digit
  7. Per Tony Pauline: https://www.profootballnetwork.com/nfl-rumors-draft-news-jamarr-chases-potential-teams-moving-up-for-qbs-and-more/ Joe Douglas seems to favor a specific type of offensive linemen. Can you give some names you believe fit Joe Douglas’ preferred personality and scheme for the first three rounds of the draft? Centers Creed Humphrey, Michal Menet, and Drew Dalman. Tackles Teven Jenkins and Dillon Radunz. Guards Wyatt Davis and Jack Anderson.
  8. Perfect for us, as other posters have been saying as well. Draft is deep with slot receivers.
  9. Draft O-line with our picks, especially in rounds 1-3.
  10. We need to bring this back. Focus the draft on the offense side of the ball. Front office has to be thinking the same way as well.
  11. From Cimini's article on Sunday. https://www.espn.com/blog/new-york-jets/post/_/id/86368/new-york-jets-deal-their-way-into-franchise-changing-game-of-21 1. Card shark: Joe Douglas wants to build through the draft. Every general manager says that. When was the last time you heard a GM say, "I don't care about draft picks. I want to spend a ton of my owner's money on free agents so can be in salary-cap hell" In Douglas' case, it's not lip service. Because of the Sam Darnold and Jamal Adams trades, he's sitting on a war chest of draft picks. The Jets hav
  12. Lombardi has been on the same level as Jason La confora of late.
  13. Something to take a look at. That's why we shouldn't draft a RB with the 23rd or 34th pick....
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