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  1. #61
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    Dez is a shell of what he used to be. He can still be a good Jump Ball/Red Zone guy but you would have to deal with the injuries.

    There's talks that one or both of the Broncos WRs will be released. I'd take either of them over Landry especially Sanders. If we got either of them it would easily be the best "Gase Connection" we've had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KodytheKing View Post
    Dez is a shell of what he used to be. He can still be a good Jump Ball/Red Zone guy but you would have to deal with the injuries.

    There's talks that one or both of the Broncos WRs will be released. I'd take either of them over Landry especially Sanders. If we got either of them it would easily be the best "Gase Connection" we've had.
    If thats true, and Dez is released, that just dropped Landry's market value, and that is good news for us. But I agree, if Sanders were to be cut, and we could have him for $7-9M/yr, I would totally sign him over Landry, who is expecting $14M+.

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    Dez likely wont be released and def wont come cheap but he is worth it

    I don't want anything to do with either one of the Broncos WRs

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    I'm taking Baker Mayfield in round 1 if he is there. He completed 71% of his passes for 4,627 yards with 43 touchdowns and six interceptions and had 5 rushing TD's. Oklahoma went 12-2 because of him, their defense was horrible. He might have some attitude issues, but he can play. We need that type of QB that shows a pulse!
    Last edited by kendawg73; 01-25-2018 at 11:31 AM.

  5. #65
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    The entire Big12 doesn't play D, been like that for awhile.

    Also alot of talks and productions that 4 QBs could all go in the top 5.

  6. #66
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    Quote Originally Posted by kendawg73 View Post
    I'm taking Baker Mayfield in round 1 if he is there. He completed 71% of his passes for 4,627 yards with 43 touchdowns and six interceptions and had 5 rushing TD's. Oklahoma went 12-2 because of him, their defense was horrible. He might have some attitude issues, but he can play. We need that type of QB that shows a pulse!
    He instantly upgrades our offensive line too, which is not something everyone would be thinking about when drafting a QB. First thing I noticed when watching him was how well he moves in the pocket.

  7. #67
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    As it gets closer to the draft QB's tend to move up in the draft.

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    Marino is supposedly in love with Mayfield and wants us to get him

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    i have a problem with a six foot qb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plague View Post
    i have a problem with a six foot qb
    Since the Dolphins are in shotgun 90% of the time, I don't think it's an issue. He is around the same size as Brees and Wilson. I'm more sold on his ability to read defenses pre-snap and his 70% completion percentage. He may not have the strongest arm, but he is still able to make all NFL throws and he puts nice touch on his passes when needed. I really think Mayfield will be a franchise QB.

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    My thoughts on draft...

    R1. Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma
    R2. James Hearns, OLB, Louisville
    R3. Braden Smith, G, Auburn
    R4. Josh Adams, RB, Notre Dame
    R4. Adam Breneman, TE, Massachusetts
    R6. Mike Love, DE, South Florida
    R7. Shaquem Griffin, OLB, Central Florida
    R7. Sam Mustipher, C, Notre Dame

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    Griffin is a 2nd rounder

    I expect QB free agency carousel to mess this up but I do expect the teams in this that I have trading down to try to do so regardless
    Mock Draft to pick #11
    1. Browns - Mayfield
    2. NYG - Barkley
    3. Den (trade up) - Rosen
    4. NYJ (trade up) - Darnold
    5. Indy - Nelson
    6. Browns - Fitzpatrick
    7. Bucs - Chubb
    8. Cards (trade up) - Josh Allen
    9. SF - Guice
    10. Oak - Tremaine Edmunds
    11. Phins - Lamar Jackson

    Full Mock
    R1. Lamar Jackson QB Louisville
    R2. Taven Bryan DE/DT Florida
    R2. James Daniels OG/C Iowa (pick gained trading DVP)
    R3. Mike Gesicki TE Penn State - Ill join the bandwagon of people that want him
    R4. Jack Cichy LB Wisconsin
    R4. Braxton Berrios WR Miami U - I believe in the Dolphins interest even if they keep Landry
    R6. Chase Edmonds RB Fordham
    R7. Brent Celek TE (trade both 7th round picks to Eagles)


    Free Agency - OL heavy, resign Landry

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    Miami is all over Berrios/Mayfield at the Senior Bowl. I am buying into the Berrios interest even if we keep Landry

    https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/fo...ap-casualties/

    this link makes me think Celek is the best value at TE money wise in FA. he would be a solid vet behind Gesicki

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    Quote Originally Posted by tunnicliffderek View Post
    Griffin is a 2nd rounder

    I expect QB free agency carousel to mess this up but I do expect the teams in this that I have trading down to try to do so regardless
    Mock Draft to pick #11
    1. Browns - Mayfield
    2. NYG - Barkley
    3. Den (trade up) - Rosen
    4. NYJ (trade up) - Darnold
    5. Indy - Nelson
    6. Browns - Fitzpatrick
    7. Bucs - Chubb
    8. Cards (trade up) - Josh Allen
    9. SF - Guice
    10. Oak - Tremaine Edmunds
    11. Phins - Lamar Jackson

    Full Mock
    R1. Lamar Jackson QB Louisville
    R2. Taven Bryan DE/DT Florida
    R2. James Daniels OG/C Iowa (pick gained trading DVP)
    R3. Mike Gesicki TE Penn State - Ill join the bandwagon of people that want him
    R4. Jack Cichy LB Wisconsin
    R4. Braxton Berrios WR Miami U - I believe in the Dolphins interest even if they keep Landry
    R6. Chase Edmonds RB Fordham
    R7. Brent Celek TE (trade both 7th round picks to Eagles)


    Free Agency - OL heavy, resign Landry
    http://www.espn.com/blog/nflnation/p...draft-prospect

    Griffin has the talent, but most teams are concerned about his size in the NFL and missing his left hand is still a concern. Most teams view him as a situational player. He's being viewed as a day 3 pick, that could change, but doesn't look like many teams are willing to risk a high pick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kendawg73 View Post
    http://www.espn.com/blog/nflnation/p...draft-prospect

    Griffin has the talent, but most teams are concerned about his size in the NFL and missing his left hand is still a concern. Most teams view him as a situational player. He's being viewed as a day 3 pick, that could change, but doesn't look like many teams are willing to risk a high pick.
    Not sold on Lamar Jackson. He is a great athlete, but his 59% completion scares me. In the NFL, Windows get tighter for throws, defenses are faster and smarter.

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