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PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2017 12:11 pm 
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12/28
Draft Utopia/Fanspeak/Classic
no trades
as always, skipped any overly unrealistic options

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9: R1P9
OLB BRADLEY CHUBB
NORTH CAROLINA STATE

41: R2P9
WR CALVIN RIDLEY
ALABAMA

111: R4P9
TE HAYDEN HURST
SOUTH CAROLINA

115: R4P13
WR PARRIS CAMPBELL
OHIO STATE

148: R5P9
OT DESMOND HARRISON
WEST GEORGIA

187: R6P9
K EDDY PINEIRO
FLORIDA


Fundamentally similar to the last.
Without any trades (maybe I'll renew the advanced version later), I can't see myself making any different position choices for R1, R2, or R6 right now. Maybe bowls and the official declarations will make a difference.

Doubled up on big play WRs again, and added in a nice TE target, too

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 29, 2017 6:27 am 
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Moriarty wrote:
12/28
Draft Utopia/Fanspeak/Classic
no trades
as always, skipped any overly unrealistic options

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9: R1P9
OLB BRADLEY CHUBB
NORTH CAROLINA STATE

41: R2P9
WR CALVIN RIDLEY
ALABAMA

111: R4P9
TE HAYDEN HURST
SOUTH CAROLINA

115: R4P13
WR PARRIS CAMPBELL
OHIO STATE

148: R5P9
OT DESMOND HARRISON
WEST GEORGIA

187: R6P9
K EDDY PINEIRO
FLORIDA


Fundamentally similar to the last.
Without any trades (maybe I'll renew the advanced version later), I can't see myself making any different position choices for R1, R2, or R6 right now. Maybe bowls and the official declarations will make a difference.

Doubled up on big play WRs again, and added in a nice TE target, too


A lot of mocks I've seen have not had Chubb on the board when its our turn. If he's there though, we need to take that guy and run as I think he'd be BPA at that time. Our defensive scheme is kinda up in the air for next year with the presumed head coaching change. In a 4-3 he's a DE, in a 3-4 he's a 5T or OLB. I put him at OLB with Floyd on the other side in a 3-4 and go get the QB.

What's better strategically in that scenario? Do you line up Floyd and Chubb on the same side; Chubb as either a 5T or DE; then Floyd as an OLB or do you line them up on different sides?

I would imagine Ridley would be at or near BPA at round 2 so that makes sense.

I'm not sure about taking a TE because I really like Shaheen and feel that we can compliment him with a veteran and a developmental.

Campbell is supposed to be FAST. I don't like short receivers. He's 6'0 or 6'1 depending on what web site you look at. He could also be a KR, but we have Cohen for that. I like the pick in the sense that he's our speed guy, but not expected or hoped to be our #1. That's the Ridley pick or an FA.

The OT and K on day two makes total sense because those are needs.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 29, 2017 9:08 pm 
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25: R1P25
WR COURTLAND SUTTON
SMU
41: R2P9
TE DALLAS GOEDERT
SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
50: R2P18
OT BRIAN O'NEILL
PITTSBURGH
60: R2P28
CB TONY BROWN
ALABAMA
96: R3P32
CB MICHAEL JACKSON
MIAMI (FLA.)
111: R4P9
WR ALLEN LAZARD
IOWA STATE
115: R4P13
EDGE MARCUS DAVENPORT
UTSA
148: R5P9
DL MICHAEL HILL
OHIO STATE
187: R6P9
C BRADLEY BOZEMAN
ALABAMA
TEAM DRAFT ASSESMENT
S NONE DRAFTED
EDGE
MARCUS DAVENPORT
UTSA
OT
BRIAN O'NEILL
PITTSBURGH
CB
TONY BROWN
ALABAMA
TE
DALLAS GOEDERT
SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
WR
COURTLAND SUTTON
SMU
DL
MICHAEL HILL
OHIO STATE
TRADES
TRADE PARTNER:
BUFFALO BILLS
SENT:
ROUND: 1 PICK: 9
RECEIVED:
ROUND: 1 PICK: 25
ROUND: 2 PICK: 18
ROUND: 2 PICK: 28
ROUND: 3 PICK: 32

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 01, 2018 9:50 pm 
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I finally renewed my premium subscription.

So, I can do trades now. Also, an overlooked feature is that you can set up your own ranking board, so that you don't have to grind your teeth through stupid ratings on key players.

Custom Board (mostly Fanspeak)/Fanspeak needs/trades

(I actually dialed this trade back from what they offered to be more realistic)
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TRADES
TRADE PARTNER:
ARIZONA CARDINALS
SENT:
ROUND: 1 PICK: 8
RECEIVED:
ROUND: 1 PICK: 15
ROUND: 2 PICK: 15
ROUND: 4 PICK: 33




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15: R1P15
CB JOSH JACKSON
IOWA

39: R2P7
OLB DORANCE ARMSTRONG JR.
KANSAS

47: R2P15
WR CHRISTIAN KIRK
TEXAS A&M

107: R4P5
ILB JOSEY JEWELL
IOWA

117: R4P15
WR MARCELL ATEMAN
OKLAHOMA STATE

135: R4P33
CB NICK NELSON
WISCONSIN

147: R5P8
TE TROY FUMAGALLI
WISCONSIN

184: R6P7
K EDDIE PINIERO
FLORIDA

224: R7P6
P JOHNNY TOWNSEND
FLORIDA

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 01, 2018 11:39 pm 
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Our priorities are definitely different, but really like the players you took. I give that trade-down alone a solid A+.

I assume AZ wanted a QB.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 4:19 am 
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Matt Miller - Difficult:

1: R1P8
EDGE HAROLD LANDRY
BOSTON COLLEGE

2: R2P7
WR CHRISTIAN KIRK
TEXAS A&M

3: R4P5
WR ANTHONY MILLER
MEMPHIS

4: R4P15
CB QUENTON MEEKS
STANFORD

5: R5P8
OT BRANDON PARKER
NORTH CAROLINA A&T

6: R6P7
LB SHAQUEM GRIFFIN
CENTRAL FLORIDA

7: R7P6
K DANIEL CARLSON
AUBURN

Took Landry - my top edge rusher at 8. I had Nelson and Edmunds available and I feel as if Landry is a better all around 34 Edge Rusher than Edmunds will be. I see Edmunds as a Benardrick McKinney type - solely an ILB.

Then with the next 2 picks I doubled up on BPA at WR. Kirk and Miller give Nagy and Trubisky some speed and playmaking ability that this offense sorely lacks.

I also liked Meeks as a CB in the 4th - good value pick there. Finished up with Parker (Cohen's ex teammate) at OT, Griffin in the 6th is a feel good story, kid plays his ass off with one hand - and then in the 7th a fresh leg to compete against whoever is the veteran on the roster.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 6:04 am 
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At this point, Arden Key will not be a day 1 pick and can only hope to go in the 2nd. The guy has serious character concerns, but more importantly, he's not very good at football.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:33 pm 
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McCblaz wrote:
At this point, Arden Key will not be a day 1 pick and can only hope to go in the 2nd. The guy has serious character concerns, but more importantly, he's not very good at football.


That's one of those guys then that if drops big time and is sitting there in round 4 and we have two picks then take him. Put him in Fangio's scheme, maybe he has a chip on his shoulder for being taken so late and see if he works out. Not having a 3rd round pick will hurt us here, but we may get lucky.

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NFL Mock-Random-Difficult

I did a good bit of wheeling and dealing in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th round as I think there are a lot of depth pieces to be had in the mid rounds of this draft!!

TRADES
TRADE PARTNER:
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
SENT:
ROUND: 2 PICK: 7
RECEIVED:
ROUND: 2 PICK: 22
ROUND: 3 PICK: 14
TRADE PARTNER:
BALTIMORE RAVENS
SENT:
ROUND: 3 PICK: 14
RECEIVED:
ROUND: 3 PICK: 19
ROUND: 3 PICK: 38
TRADE PARTNER:
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
SENT:
ROUND: 4 PICK: 15
RECEIVED:
ROUND: 4 PICK: 20
ROUND: 5 PICK: 31

Here is what I got for those trades :

8: R1P8
G QUENTON NELSON
NOTRE DAME
54: R2P22
LB HAROLD LANDRY
BOSTON COLLEGE
83: R3P19
WR DJ CHARK
LSU
102: R3P38
EDGE ANDREW BROWN
VIRGINIA
107: R4P5
OT ALEX CAPPA
HUMBOLDT STATE
122: R4P20
CB DARIUS PHILLIPS
W. MICHIGAN
147: R5P8
TE DURHAM SMYTHE
NOTRE DAME
170: R5P31
DL TRENTON THOMPSON
GEORGIA
184: R6P7
QB LUKE FALK
WASH. STATE
224: R7P6
WR DAURICE FOUNTAIN
NORTHERN IOWA

I concentrated on trying to get starters for the first three picks then went after solid depth/developmental players after that!
I tried to stay away from unrealistics players falling like Brian O'Neill dropping to the end of the 4th round!


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