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We often have ideas of what the team needs, and the front office goes in a completely different direction.

I’d be interested in seeing the mock draft that people would be happiest with that meets the following criteria:

1) no trades
2) no interior offensive linemen
3) no offensive tackle in the first two rounds
3) if you draft a second tackle it can’t be until the sixth round

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32 minutes ago, derp said:

We often have ideas of what the team needs, and the front office goes in a completely different direction.

I’d be interested in seeing the mock draft that people would be happiest with that meets the following criteria:

1) no trades
2) no interior offensive linemen
3) no offensive tackle in the first two rounds
3) if you draft a second tackle it can’t be until the sixth round

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Will be back shortly.

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Seeing the players I was leaving on the board was traumatic.

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Man, that was tough. Hard to fight my natural urge to pick any and all value Tackles throughout the draft:

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hmmm. probably could have taken henderson at 11 based on the amount of WRs in the 2nd and 3rd that were there.

 

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   1.
CeeDee Lamb
WR Oklahoma
 
NYJ 48.
Zack Baun
OLB Wisconsin
 
NYJ 68.
Matt Peart
OT UConn
 
NYJ 79.
Damon Arnette
CB Ohio State
 
NYJ 120.
Antonio Gibson
RB Memphis
 
NYJ 158.
Quintez Cephus
WR Wisconsin
 
NYJ 191.
Alex Taylor
OT SC State
 
NYJ 211.
Julian Blackmon
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5 hours ago, PepPep said:
   1.
CeeDee Lamb
WR Oklahoma
 
NYJ 48.
Zack Baun
OLB Wisconsin
 
NYJ 68.
Matt Peart
OT UConn
 
NYJ 79.
Damon Arnette
CB Ohio State
 
NYJ 120.
Antonio Gibson
RB Memphis
 
NYJ 158.
Quintez Cephus
WR Wisconsin
 
NYJ 191.
Alex Taylor
OT SC State
 
NYJ 211.
Julian Blackmon

I’ll have the pre fix menu you suggested sir, without substitutions. 

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On 4/21/2020 at 12:00 PM, derp said:

We often have ideas of what the team needs, and the front office goes in a completely different direction.

I’d be interested in seeing the mock draft that people would be happiest with that meets the following criteria:

1) no trades
2) no interior offensive linemen
3) no offensive tackle in the first two rounds
3) if you draft a second tackle it can’t be until the sixth round

Say no more. 

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Not a lot of people know about Sneed - I like him a lot... ran a 4.38 at combine, great ball skills. Can play corner if asked to. 

L’JARIUS SNEED, LOUISIANA TECH
The sleeper of this safety group turned out to be Louisiana Tech’s L’Jarius Sneed. He started his career at cornerback for the Bulldogs, but played the last two seasons at safety and recorded three interceptions each in back-to-back campaigns. His man coverage background is immediately noticeable on tape with his hip fluidity and back to ball playmaking ability, but he’s still developing as a deep-zone defender and enforcer against the run.

Sneed was on my radar heading into the week, but after the ridiculous numbers he put up, I’m starting to wonder if he’s even better than what I initially gave him credit for. He clocked a 4.37-second 40-yard dash and recorded a 41-inch vertical jump and a 131-inch broad jump. He measured in at just 6-foot-0 and 192 pounds. After putting up those explosive numbers with legitimate cover skills on tape at multiple spots in the secondary, I am very intrigued.

Sneed’s tape shows a raw player in need of development in the back end, but his combine performance has put him squarely on the radar as an analytical darling for several teams on Day 3.

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