Discussion in 'OT Bar' started by MassMan, May 2, 2016.
Ran the table
Still not interested in running into the Cowboys.
Crazy run by Rodgers.
Damn hail Mary, still won $140 on the day
alright alright alright
the seahawks kinda suck now so that's good
Oak/Houston is the TNF of playoff games...
I'd almost rather play Seattle than the Giants.
No chance that was anything other than the early Saturday game.
the perfect eliminator season
line moved against the BUC and should have switched to the VIKE but it all worked out
if only the rest of my fantasy season went as well
@Mike McDermott who does PFF have Slay covering?
they don't have it up yet but i don't think he will shadow anyone this week since baldwin is in the slot
best WR matchups in order: baldwin, brown, cruz, ODB, crabtree, boldin
baldwin is the only great one
Got 2nd in a Yahoo league and won an invite to their DFS, FF silver cup
What y'all think
would not stack brock with lamar or ajayi with landry. you need either bell or brown in your lineup too.
thanks. i don't know anything about dfs
It's time to fire up matthew moore.
1 – Browns – M.Trebisky QB UNC
Garrett looks like a stud but they won't go anywhere without a QB. The Raiders are having a very nice season and Mack is a beast ! But what if Mack here and Kessler under center in Oakland ? Garrett would help them but at the end they need a QB. That choice assuming Trebisky will be good at the combine and workouts (and if he declares).
2 – 49ers – Myles Garrett OLB Texas A&M
No brainer as this defense need an impact player the worst way.
3 – Jaguars – J.Allen DL Alabama
Malik Jackson does not have the impact his huge contract was a promise for. Allen and his versatility would help the front four to be a dominant one. Regardless of needs and scheme he is the BPA by a large margin.
4 – Bears – D.Kizer QB Notre Dame
Does not look ready but same way the Browns have to go QB the Bears have to select one. He has size and the arm to develop into a franchise QB.
5 – Jets – M.Humphrey CB Alabama
Pick based on need and positionnal value.
6 – Titans (via Rams) – M.Williams WR Clemson
With a young QB under center they need to keep building on this offense. Oline/Check. RBs (present and future)/Check. With Sharpe and Matthews they have good WRs but not a true #1. I think Williams will have an impact a la Mike Evans.
7 – Panthers – L.Fournette RB LSU
Stewart's still a good one but he is 29 and we all know 30 is an age RBs often decline. They could bring the young stud slowly like the Titans do with Henry playing behind Murray. Cam is the present and the future of that franchise (much more than a good CB) so a trio of Cam-Fournette-Benjamin would be nice.
8 – Saints – M.McDowell DL Michigan ST
I'm not a Saints' fan and so not a specialist but from what i saw they use lots of even front over there. McDowell could play end or inside in their 43 defense with the ability to be a 3 downs guy. Those two elements make he has the nod over consensus choice for now who is Tim Williams.
9 – Browns (via Eagles) – J.Peppers S Michigan
More than a specific position they need a playmaker on defense.
Retaining Collins could be good but while Ogbah is developping and Haden the leader, a versatile guy like Peppers could be that playmaker.
10 – Chargers – J.Adams S LSU
Secondary isn't the weakest link of that team with Verrett and Heyward but they could use such a safety able to play in the box or to help in coverage. McGlinchey if he declares could be the pick but for now no other OT worth such a high pick.
A WR like Ross ? I think Rivers is good enough to make unknown look good so they pass on the position the first day.
11 – Cardinals – T.Tabor CB Florida
Lots of buzz around his teammate Wilson but i still think Tabor is the best player.
12 – Bengals – R.Foster ILB Alabama
Sure they need a pass rusher. Sure they need another receiver.
But their linebackers are slow ! Foster isn't only an hitter (even if a potential duo with Burfict is terrifying), he has tons of speed. Tell me if you disagree but he reminds of Ryan Shazier.
13 – Colts – T.Williams DE Alabama
Their pass rushers are free-agent, old or both.
Maybe not yet a 3 downs player but his pass rushing skills are among the charts. Another comp ? Vic Beasley.
14 – Bills – J.Ross WR Washington
Speed, speed , speed. Speed is a great asset to have on offense. The Bills tried it yet with Goodwin (FA after the season) and Listenbee but Ross is much better than those two. With Shady, Watkins (if healthy) and Ross, Taylor will go deep to often.
15 – Titans – S.Jones CB Washington
I think i can't wrong with that position. Some like Wilson or Lattimore have an higher draft stock for now. For now.
Jones has the skills to be a shutdown corner in the league and we'll be all sure of that during pre-draft process.
16 – Ravens – Derek Barnett – DE - Tennessee
Not a speedster from the edge nor is Suggs. Barnett is solid both against the pass and the run and will be a veteran in the league.
17 – Eagles (via Vikings) – C.Davis WR Western Michigan
The Eagles would be in a good position with Dalvin Cook still available and some good CBs to select. At the end they go with a WR as their QB is young and so in need for someone to catch a ball without dropping it.
18 – Packers – D.Cook RB Florida State
A pass rusher could be the pick : Peppers is an old free-agent to be, Perry had a nice season before his injury and Matthews does not look like his old self (even if he plays inside a lot).
Foreman from Texas looks like a Packers' RB but can they really pass on Dalvin Cook ? For now my bet is NO.
19 – Redskins – Z.Cunningham LB Vanderbilt
Sorry i didn't watch a single game of Vandy this season but from what i saw (highlights) and read the guy is a beast. With a good pre-draft process he could solidify his stock yet very high with his size and college production.
20 – Dolphins – Quincy Wilson CB Florida
Based on his size and talent that guy is a top 10 talent but he needs to learn how to play without his hands on receivers in order to not being flagged that much. With good coaching he could be a steal at a position of need for the 'Phins.
21 – Bucs – J.Smith-Shuster WR USC
Mike Evans needs someone opposite of him. A bit of a down year for him but he has size and skills to be efficient at the next level. I hope nobody will tell me about USC's WRs. Some failed means everyone at that position from SC will fail ? Really ?
22 – Broncos – C.Robinson OT Alabama
Did you watch a Broncos' game this season ? If yes i do not need to write more about that selection. Robinson is not a stud LT but will play on the right side from day 1.
23 – Giants – R.Ramczyk OT Wisconsin
The G-Men have to solidify the right side of the line not to mention Flowers is having struggles on the left. Ramczyk can play on the left or the right side of the line.
24 – Raiders – D.King CB/FS Iowa
Florida's Davis could be the pick but Riley looks fine since he joined the team and RM will probably sign him in the off-season.
Hayden ? Not sure that guy deserves a new contract.
No emergency with Smith, Amerson and Carrie but the corner position is too important while King seems to also have the versatility to play safety where Allen will be FA in 2017 and Nelson in 2018.
25 – Texans – M.Maye S Florida
Before his injury Maye was a 1st round talent. Waiting to see him on workouts...
26 – Falcons – C.Brantley DT Florida
A disruptive presence inside to improve their pass rush.
I really like him and i bet some NFL teams like him too.
27 – Steelers – T.McKinley OLB UCLA
They need someone opposite of Dupree unless you think James Harrison will play forever.
28 – Seahawks – G.Bolles OT Utah
They can't win another championship with that Oline. My opinion.
29 – Lions – M.Lattimore CB Ohio State
Slay is having a nice season but is he a top 3-5 CB ?
Can you name his fellow cornerbacks ?
30 – Chiefs – Q.Nelson G Notre Dame
A very solid guy to add to this Oline.
31 – Patriots – C.McCafrey RB Stanford
Versatile weapon. Sounds like a Woodhead 2.0 for Bill B.
32 – Cowboys – O.J. Howard – TE - Alabama
Not a pressing need with Witten, Hanna and Swaim (Escobar will be FA) but they have a bright future on offense with that young duo of Prescott-Elliott (not to mention the Oline) so what about a trio ? Witten is 34 so he can't be a long term solution.
@DEZ NUTS gregory sure would have been nice to have him vs nwe and seattle
damn i wanted that UNC qb
no u dont
well if it were truly up to me I wouldnt draft a QB at all. I'd continue building up the D and lines while crashing and burning another year
Just clean house already
If the pats take a RB in the first round I'll eat my hat
I hate small slates but these are my favorite plays after factoring in price, potential ownership, etc:
WR: Shepard, Landry
TE: Cook, Tye, Graham