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NoHeroes94 9 Posts (6 )
5 month(s) 8 day(s) ago

@Mr. Bitter I am a fan of Latu, but his medical could render him a top-10 or a late round pick; really hope its the former. I like Turner, too, think the EDGE class falls off a cliff then and don't think either are real blue-chip prospects.

In the next tier I have Verse, Trice, Braswell and Chop(falling) presently. I think Trice is a solid late 1st pick; wouldn't mind my 49ers taking him if the best OL prospects are gone. I have him 34th on my big board so he only just missed my 1st round mock. Healthy, I think he goes top-40. 

A surprise I could could knock the door of the 1st round is Chris Braswell too. He's in the running I really like his skill-set and think he is a bit underrated because he's paired up with Dallas Turner. He's raw but not insanely so, and I he's probably got the highest upside of this class. The 8 sacks aren't a fluke; he had 49 pressures. Really like him, nearly mocked him late 1st.

DeJean will almost certainly go Round 1 because he can sort of do everything and is an incredible athlete. He's a better prospect than Brian Branch who should have gone 1st round in 2023. I think he could go as high as No. 13 if a QB isn't in play for Vegas

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NoHeroes94 9 Posts (6 )
5 month(s) 11 day(s) ago

@Mr. Bitter Seattle is tricky for the reasons you state. They need LB and S the most; this is amongst the worst linebacking classes I've ever seen, and although I still like him as a top-40 pick I've cooled on Kinchens a bit. I might even be optimistic at #23 (we'll see whether teams are bothered by his hot and cold 2023 season).

Funnily enough I considered Troy Fautanu but came down to Mims vs. Fautanu and went with Mims because of his upside. Fautanu seems a prime player to rise into the top-20 like Zion Johnson in 2021, so perhaps by the draft Fautanu at No. 16 wouldn't be considered a reach. 

They seem a prime team to trade down. 

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NoHeroes94 9 Posts (6 )
6 month(s) 5 day(s) ago

I am biased as a 49ers fan, but I still think Brock Purdy is the clear MVP. A win versus Baltimore would more or less seal it (no easy feat, mind you). He's got the best passer rating in the NFL, best adjusted passer rating, thrown the most touchdowns (29) whilst only throwing 7 interceptions , has the highest average yards per attempt is 2nd* in completion % and passing yards only to Tua Tagovailoa (*I'm not including Jake Browning and Nick Mullens, as they've played limited games, would be 4th in completion % otherwise). He beat Jalen Hurts and Dak Prescott in prime-time and has thus far swept the division. Yes, he has elite weapons, but he's maximising their ability to make big plays in ways all the other 49ers QB's under Shanahan did not. I wouldn't hate it if Lamar Jackson won either, as he's been spectacular, but I think Brock has been slightly better. Dak Prescott statistically is neck and neck but had a bad loss to both us and the Bills - the 49ers 3-loss streak included 1 game where Brock was half concussed, and a missed gimme field goal (although that was Brock's worst game). 

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NoHeroes94 9 Posts (6 )
1 years 1 month(s) ago

@WFDevTeam debacled is night and day better than the previous content portal, aside from issues logging in around the new year it's been smooth as butter since. 

That would be very cool. 

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NoHeroes94 9 Posts (6 )
1 years 2 month(s) ago
Outstanding mock. I'm a big proponent for Skoronski at 10 if Carter is off the board, too. Cam Jurgens was commonly considered a center-only and I think forcing him to guard could be a mistake. The Eagles don't shy away from redshirting linemen if neccesary.
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NoHeroes94 9 Posts (6 )
1 years 2 month(s) ago - hide
Outstanding mock. I'm a big proponent for Skoronski at 10 if Carter is off the board, too. Cam Jurgens was commonly considered a center-only and I think forcing him to guard could be a mistake. The Eagles don't shy away from redshirting linemen if neccesary.
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TheOtherJohnnyFootball 2 Posts (0)
1 years 2 month(s) ago

@NoHeroes94  Thanks man.  I'll admit I am not some draft "expert" but let's face it a lot of these so-called "experts" are way off, in part because they are always being leaked false narratives in order to promote a team's agenda.

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NoHeroes94 9 Posts (6 )
1 years 2 month(s) ago
@Mr. Bitter They drafted Cole Strange 29th overall, literally anything is on the table for New England... 
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NoHeroes94 9 Posts (6 )
1 years 2 month(s) ago

@Mr. Bitter Bijan absolutely should go top-10. I don't think the Eagles will do it, but it fits Atlanta's M.O. under Fontenot (Kyle Pitts, Drake London). 

If Will Anderson Jr. and Tyree Wilson are off the board in the top-5, I think Detroit should take him and its the best fit in the 1st round IMO. They need one more boundary corner to finish that group, but this is a deep corner class; someone like Deonte Banks makes sense at No. 18, or Emmanuel Forbes in a trade-down scenario. On Day 2, DJ Turner, Cam Smith, Tyrique Stevenson, Kelee Ringo or Darius Rush all make sense. Unless they are enamoured with Witherspoon and Gonzalez at No. 6, I'd take a generational prospect, running back or not.

I've retracted off mocking that in recent weeks as it's a pretty risky pick which could ruin my top-10, but hoping for some insight from Charlie as to whether Detroit have a favourite. I've heard Tyree Wilson is someone they like, but I think Tyree Wilson is 50/50 to go top-5 at this point.

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NoHeroes94 9 Posts (6 )
1 years 2 month(s) ago

@Mr. Bitter Thanks for all this.

I largely agree. It really depends on the team. For example, am fine with teams waiting until the next year if the team is 2-3 years from being ready to compete and possesses a abysmal O-line. For example, I think it would be a horrendous mistake for Tennessee to trade up to No. 3 for a QB this year unless Young/Stroud slips past the top-2. Their roster is dreadful, and anyone they send out would be like a lamb to the slaughter (Levis/Richardson at No. 11 may be a different scenario, because they haven't squandered future capital to protect and equip said QB). Richardson and Levis both have serious flaws.

Mostly, I'm in the same camp that waiting for X QB in the next draft is very flawed logic. You don't know if you'll be bad enough, whether they'll regress, whether they'll have off-field or medical stuff, whether you can trade, all that. For example, if the Titans land the No. 1 overall pick in 2024, and Houston is in the 3-7 range, you really think they're going to engineer a trade to go and take the current "consensus" QB1 Caleb Williams? No chance. They'd likely be in the same position as this year - QB2 or someone else. 

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NoHeroes94 9 Posts (6 )
1 years 2 month(s) ago

@Mr. Bitter I really appreciate it thank you!

I completely understand both points. Ed Oliver has been a disappointment and i think i mocked them a DT in a few mock interstions lack year, can't remember precisely, but it makes sense as hes entering contract crunch time. Gibbs feels like an awesome fit but that logic is probably right.

Texans, well it would be a huge shock but I think Zierlein is a good guy so im less dismissive now its not just coming from King. I'd really feel for Texans fans if this is true.

They'll come to their own conclusions, and I'm a nobody behind a keyboard, but Young and Stroud seem like really quality potential franchise QB options, and you can never guarantee you be "bad enough" to be able to target a top-QB next year. They aren't trading up the farm for a QB like my Niners did in '21 (that hasnt oanned put well, but the ramifications could have been worse) so it wouldn't set their franchise back 5 years if they do make the wrong call (e.g. the Jets and Zach Wilson isnt devastating for their future IMO -  they just got it wrong). 

I am still 80% confident they are taking a QB. Hopefilly Charlie digs a bit and finds something.

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NoHeroes94 9 Posts (6 )
1 years 2 month(s) ago

@Mr. Bitter I'm not a professional writer or anything but if the Jets draft a non-ZBS guard at 13 with Laken Tomlinson and AVT that's an D-/F grade. I quite like Torrence as a 20-32 region guard who's a great blocker, but the fit makes no sense. I guess their idea was to move to AVT to RT?

It's probably the most likely given Joe Douglas and Brown's age, but I wouldn't be shocked if they don't draft OL in R1. They may hope that Becton "pulls a Bolles" and balls out in a contract year and Duane Brown is still a pretty decent pass blocker. Who knows. Brian Branch feels like a quality option for them if Skoronski/Johnson Jr. are gone, but I imagine they'd want to trade down a few first. 

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