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Sick new OL right there. I would have drafted a couple WR in the latter half of draft, but mike the idea

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5.Tua Tagovailoa
QB Alabama
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18.Andrew Thomas
OT Georgia
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26.Grant Delpit
S LSU
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39.Ezra Cleveland
OT Boise State
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56.J.K. Dobbins
RB Ohio State
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70.Lloyd Cushenberry
C LSU
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141.Logan Stenberg
G Kentucky
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153.Netane Muti
G Fresno State
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154.McTelvin Agim
DT Arkansas
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173.Khalil Davis
DT Nebraska
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185.Julian Blackmon
CB Utah
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227.Lamar Jackson
CB Nebraska
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246.D.J. Wonnum
DE South Carolina
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251.Cheyenne O’Grady
TE Arkansas
 

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9.Mekhi Becton
OT Louisville
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13.Tristan Wirfs
OT Iowa
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26.Cesar Ruiz
C Michigan
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39.Jonathan Taylor
RB Wisconsin
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56.Zack Baun
OLB Wisconsin
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70.Jacob Eason
QB Washington
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141.Quintez Cephus
WR Wisconsin
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153.Benito Jones
DT Ole Miss
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154.Alohi Gilman
S Notre Dame
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173.Antoine Brooks Jr.
S Maryland
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185.Evan Weaver
ILB Cal
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227.Calvin Throckmorton
C Oregon
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246.Justin Strnad
ILB Wake Forest
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251.Michael Turk
P Arizona State
 

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That is nice, trades are cool. Tried to trade up 3 times to get Becton, but rejected every time, in the end he fell to me at 18 :)

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9.Mekhi Becton
OT Louisville
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12.K’Lavon Chaisson
OLB LSU
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34.Cesar Ruiz
C Michigan
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39.Jacob Eason
QB Washington
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42.Clyde Edwards-Helaire
RB LSU
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70.Isaiah Wilson
OT Georgia
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75.Ashtyn Davis
S Cal
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141.Terence Steele
OT Texas Tech
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153.Quintez Cephus
WR Wisconsin
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154.Bravvion Roy
DT Baylor
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173.Cordel Iwuagwu
G TCU
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185.Trajan Bandy
CB Miami
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227.Justin Strnad
ILB Wake Forest


Creating a depth chart of

Flank: Parker, Ford
Slot: Wilson, Hurns
RT: I. Wilson, Steele
RG: Deiter/Davis
QB: Fitzpatrick/Rosen, Eason
C: Ruiz, Karras
RB: Edwards-Hellaire, Howard, Laird, Gaskin, Cox
LG: Flowers, Iwuagwu
LT: Bechton, Davis, Steele
TE: Gesicki, Smythe, Roberts
Flank: Williams, Cephus

DT (4-3) DE (3-4): Wilkins, Godchaux, Seiler
DE (4-3) Chaisson, Ogbah, Lawson
NT: Roy
OLB: Chaisson, Van Noy, Van Ginkle, Strnad
ILB: McMilliam, Baker, Roberts, Biegel, Grugier-Hill
S: Rowe, Parker
S: Davis, Hartage, Fejedelem
CB: Howard, Tankersley
CB: Jones,
Slot: Needham, Bandy, Wiltz
STs: Kicker, Punter, LS




I think 53. It's been a long day...
 

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In one of my MANY simulations, I drafted 7 OL yesterday, while still getting Tua. It was funny but I'd take it. Love the trade down feature, I made a few trades with the Jaguars.
 

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In one of my MANY simulations, I drafted 7 OL yesterday, while still getting Tua. It was funny but I'd take it. Love the trade down feature, I made a few trades with the Jaguars.
Me too, I had about 20 draft picks on one, ran out of needs and really no idea how we would fit them all into the 53. I would like us to turn some of those 5th. 6th and 7th round picks into something that gets us back into the top 120 or so because that's where all the value is, Trading down then trading up maybe the way we should go.
 

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Me too, I had about 20 draft picks on one, ran out of needs and really no idea how we would fit them all into the 53. I would like us to turn some of those 5th. 6th and 7th round picks into something that gets us back into the top 120 or so because that's where all the value is, Trading down then trading up maybe the way we should go.
I think some of those late picks will be flipped for better picks next year while also, like you said, used to strategically target trade ups. 56 and 70 are the two spots I could see us moving up 3-4 slots specifically for a need that wasn't met with one of our first 4 picks.

Assuming you get your QB, OT, C and S with those first 4 picks, your free to target anyone after that. Unlikely that things will break right for us though and we fill those 4 needs with 4 consecutive picks and/or we are tempted by a defensive front 7 player that fell to 18 or 26 and might be too hard to resist. Especially if the big 4 OT's all go before 18.

Either way, I am extremely pumped over all the potential scenarios. No one is going to be thrilled with all the picks but I'd be shocked if there is mass disappointment after days 1 and 2. Except for the guys who really think we are taking a WR early.
 

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Most of my simulations yield Tua, I missed out on him here went another route. Ended up with Jacksonville’s 2021 1st along with this strong defensive gem.

I’d take it.


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9.Jordan Love
QB Utah State
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18.Javon Kinlaw
DT South Carolina
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26.Jeff Gladney
CB TCU
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42.Lloyd Cushenberry
C LSU
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56.Antoine Winfield Jr.
S Minnesota
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116.Harrison Bryant
TE FAU
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141.Shane Lemieux
G Oregon
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153.Logan Stenberg
G Kentucky
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154.Patrick Taylor Jr.
RB Memphis
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173.Oluwole Betiku Jr.
DE Illinois
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185.Trey Adams
OT Washington
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227.Cole McDonald
QB Hawaii
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246.Tyler Clark
DT Georgia
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251.Garrett Marino
DT UAB
2021 JAX 1st
 
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I generally don't know what I am doing but decided to accumulate picks by trading down. To be clear, Tua was available at 5 but I was curious what I could get by trading mack one spot at a time and still get one of the top three QBs.
 

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I generally don't know what I am doing but decided to accumulate picks by trading down. To be clear, Tua was available at 5 but I was curious what I could get by trading mack one spot at a time and still get one of the top three QBs.
Interesting concept. If you had stayed at 5 and taken Tua, the rest of our current picks actually look pretty great. That site always seems to have one of the top 4 tackles slipping to us at 18 and they aren't very high on Cushenberry, not sure if in reality those players will be there when we pick, but a haul of Tua, Becton, Niang, McKinney, Dobbins and Cushenberry would be pretty perfect from the top 3 rounds.
 
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Interesting concept. If you had stayed at 5 and taken Tua, the rest of our current picks actually look pretty great. That site always seems to have one of the top 4 tackles slipping to us at 18 and they aren't very high on Cushenberry, not sure if in reality those players will be there when we pick, but a haul of Tua, Becton, Niang, McKinney, Dobbins and Cushenberry would be pretty perfect from the top 3 rounds.
Honestly I just want them to draft as many OL's as possible. Drafting a QB to play behind our current OL would be like buying a brand new car and entering it in a demolition derby
 

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Traded down to 11 with the Jets and got a haul.

11.Jordan Love
QB Utah State
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18.Mekhi Becton
OT Louisville
26.Andrew Thomas
OT Georgia
39.Cesar Ruiz
C Michigan
48.J.K. Dobbins
RB Ohio State
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56.Brandon Aiyuk
WR Arizona State
68.Jeremy Chinn
S Southern Illinois
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70.Malik Harrison
OLB Ohio State
141.Damien Lewis
G LSU
153.Anfernee Jennings
DE Alabama
154.J.R. Reed
S Georgia
173.Julian Blackmon
CB Utah
185.McTelvin Agim
DT Arkansas
227.Bryce Huff
OLB Memphis
246.Tyler Clark
DT Georgia
251.John Reid
CB Penn State
 
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