I'll probably be around. I will be rooting for teams to take QBs, so the Saints can have a lot of options at 11. Maybe SF takes a QB, then Cleveland trades up from 12 to take another one. That pressures a team like the Jets, Bears or Bills into taking one.
I will be around on this board for draft night most definitely. I will be at a bar with my buddies like we do every year.
That's true AJ a run on QB's would be an ideal situation to see who can fall in the draft. That can cause a number of events like the Texans can get in the mix and trade up as well. If there is a run on any offensive players before the Saints pick its a best case scenario. I like where the Saints are at and should stay put and not really get involved in trades unless some team blows them away on a deal.
In addition to the 2-3 QBs who could possibly go in the top 10, teams taking Christian McCaffrey, Leonard Fournette, Dalvin Cook, Mike Williams or O.J Howard helps. All it takes is one team to trigger a run on offense. Teams can talk themselves into the line of thinking that "Hey, defense is deep in this draft, we need to get this QB/RB(we need our Ezekiel Elliott)/WR".
11: Taco (Barnett went to Cincinnati at 9)
32: Tre'Davious White (Obi went to Seattle at 26)
42: Jabrill Peppers
76: Brad Kaaya
103: Duke Riley
Never really considered Peppers. Not sure how his game would transition to the NFL. I haven't looked into Kaaya, but not crazy about another QB in the 3rd round considering how the last one worked out. If the Saints land a QB, I could live with Pat Mahomes at 32 (if he falls that far and if Obi is gone. Seems like he would fit with Payton) or Josh Dobbs (not sure how early I would take him. I would take him over Kaaya in the 3rd, if that's the route they want to go). I haven't researched QBs much. You guys have any that you like?
Also, since I am not a LSU guy, which LSU player that declared for the draft is worth getting? This mock has the Saints taking 2, and that might be a franchise record.