Strong/Moderate/Weak (1st Round Grades)

j-off-her-doll

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Strong:

Colts +
Browns -
Cowboys +
Dolphins -
Panthers +
Eagles
Cardinals -
Jets -
Chargers
Titans -
Steelers +
Packers +

Moderate:

Redskins -
Vikings -
Jaguars -
Buccaneers -
Patriots -
Lions -
Texans -
Giants -

Weak:

Bills
Chiefs -
Rams +
Seahawks
Bengals +
Bears
49ers
 

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ha ha...thats an interesting way of grading things...
For where we're at, I think it's pointless to quibble over a B-/C+. In a few years, yeah, we can do that. But I like a simple grading scale when applicable. I grade girls like so: 1 (I wouldn't ****); 2 (I'd ****, but I wouldn't brag); 3 (I'd brag).
 

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Cleveland killed it in the 1st round. Acquired 2 immediate starters from day 1 that provide signficant upgrades at both positions. I think they got the Offensive Rookie of the Year with the 3rd pick, and the second best QB in the draft at #22 overall.
 

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Can you believe the Browns are giving up on McCoy already? I do not really see much of Cleveland, but giving up on a QB after one year.:idk:
 
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Cleveland killed it in the 1st round. Acquired 2 immediate starters from day 1 that provide signficant upgrades at both positions. I think they got the Offensive Rookie of the Year with the 3rd pick, and the second best QB in the draft at #22 overall.
I just can't get too excited about Weeden. Richardson is one of the best picks in the draft. I agree about ORY for him. It was between a (-) and ( ).

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Can you believe the Browns are giving up on McCoy already? I do not really see much of Cleveland, but giving up on a 1st rd QB after one year.:idk:
McCoy was a 3rd RD draft pick.
 

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McCoy was a 3rd round pick... and yes I can believe they're ready to move on from him.
 

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You need to swap the Jets and Bengals on your list there :up:
 

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Can you believe the Browns are giving up on McCoy already? I do not really see much of Cleveland, but giving up on a 1st rd QB after one year.:idk:
3rd rounder two years ago.
 

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For where we're at, I think it's pointless to quibble over a B-/C+. In a few years, yeah, we can do that. But I like a simple grading scale when applicable. I grade girls like so: 1 (I wouldn't ****); 2 (I'd ****, but I wouldn't brag); 3 (I'd brag).
I use a similar scale in rating girls but its more like 0(I would do her sober); 3(I would need 3 beers); 6(i would need 6 beers); 12(i would need 12 beers) and finally the keggers
 

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I guess Kirkpatrick says that the Bengals will be running more Zone and/or Cover 2 looks . . . but that then begs the question: Do you need Zone/Cover 2 CB in the top 20? They passed on a shot at DeCastro twice . . . and ended up with Zeitler - when they could have draft Glenn or Konz. I think they should have given S. Hill a look. Green is versatile enough to make that combo work. I also think they should have looked at K. Wright at 17. The Bengals could have drafted Wright and DeCastro. I think that would have made them a much better team than Kirkpatrick and Zeitler.

I like Coples as a 3-4 DE/DT on passing downs. Really, I should probably bump them down to moderate for passing on Perry and Ingram (they need pass rush help), but I can't say he was a weak pick.

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3rd rounder two years ago.
Who is that?
 

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Moderate - (only if Tannehill plays up to starting QB expectations) If he turns us into a playoff team(2-3 years from now) then I will give him a strong grade.


I have liked RTich prospect for a while, but in every instance the pundits on the board keep saying that a running back could not, should not, and would not be drafted in the first round. They are deemed obsolete in today's modern offenses. Well, as it turns out, 3 were chosen in the first round, including a pick by the world champion Giants.
I would have traded up for TRich if I were the GM.. No question. Instead we reached for a QB at #8 that could have been picked 15-20 and may not even play a regular season down for 2 seasons. We could have a future pro bowl player on the team, but all we have to show for now is a potential starter a couple years from now.
 

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Also, this is two years in a row where a player I thought was being severely underrated by the media fell only to be drafted at the end of the 1st by the Packers.

Sherrod/Perry.
 

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I use a similar scale in rating girls but its more like 0(I would do her sober); 3(I would need 3 beers); 6(i would need 6 beers); 12(i would need 12 beers) and finally the keggers
where does the girl in your sig fall in that grade scale?

i'll need to know for research purposed.
 
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