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  1. #1
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    2021 Mock Off-season: The Annual Mock that Nobody Asked For!

    Offseason Mock 2021 V.1.0 (3/5/21)

    Re-Sign:
    Brandon Scherff
    Jeremy Sprinkle
    Cam Sims
    Kyle Allen
    Ronald Darby
    Fabian Moreau
    Reuben Foster(if healthy)
    If the team doesn't think Foster is a future starter they can look to:
    Avery Williamson/ Lavonte David/ Eric Wilson/ Tyus Bowser


    Trade:

    Washington Trade: Pick #19(1st), Mid/Late round Pick next year

    Jets Trade: Pick # 23(1st) and Sam Darnold (QB)

    Draft:

    (1)#23 - Zaven Collins/ Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB (if they fall)
    Other Options: Best OL (Slater, Darrisaw, Mayfield, Cosmi) or CB (Farley, Horn, Campbell) available
    (2)#51 - Shaun Wade, CB
    Other Options: Liam Eichenberg, OT/ Greg Newsome or Paulson Adebo/ Marshall or Grimes WR
    (3) #74 - Brevin Jordan, TE
    Other Options: Best OT/WR/OG/S Available
    (3) #82 - Dillon Radunz/Walker Little, OT
    Other Options: Best Available
    (4) #120 - Trevon Grimes, WR, Israel Mukuamu, Ifeatu Melifonwu CB/S
    Other Options: Best Available
    (5) #160 - Alaric Jackson, OT/OG, Iowa
    Other Options: Best Available
    (7) #239 - Keith Taylor/ Trill Williams/ Elijah Blades, CB/S or Mike Strachan, WR
    Other Options: Best Available
    (7) #241 Wyatt Hubert/ Chauncey Golston/ Jamal Hines/ Joshua Kaindoh, DE
    Other Options: Best Available

    Free Agent Options:
    Bolded choices I considered realistic and put them in the Depth Chart, Underlined the ones I want most

    TOP WR:
    1) Allen Robinson, Chris Godwin, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Kenny Golladay, Corey Davis, Will Fuller, Curtis Samuel, Antonio Brown, Marvin Jones Jr., A.J. Green, T.Y. Hilton, Sammy Watkins, Larry Fitzgerald, Desean Jackson, Dede Westbrook, Cordarrelle Patterson

    RB/FB Options:
    - If we're looking for short yardage and blocking: Kyle Juszczyk(I Wish) and Anthony Sherman are FAs
    - If we just want cheap short yardage guys: Josh Adams, Kalen Ballage, Samaje Perine
    - Unlikely FA RB options I think could work: Le'veon Bell, Jaamal Williams, Jerick McKinnon, James White, James Conner, Gus Edwards

    Cheap-ish Rotational DE:
    Ryan Kerrigan, Aldon Smith, Justin Houston, Tyrone Crawford, Solomon Thomas, Trent Murphy, Everson Griffin, Vinny Curry, Bruce Irvin, Ezekiel Ansah, Jabaal Sheard, Margus Hunt, Mario Edwards, Dion Jordan, Taco Charlton, Vic Beasley, Dawuane Smoot

    Kicker: (Hopkins was horrible to start the season so we could move on)
    Cairo Santos would be a nice pickup.


    2021 Roster
    Offense

    WR: Terry McLaurin, Antonio Gandy-Golden
    LT: Cornelius Lucas, Saahdiq Charles, Dillon Radunz
    LG: Wes Schweitzer, Wes Martin
    C: Chase Roullier, Keith Ismael
    RG: Brandon Scherff, Alaric Jackson
    RT: Morgan Moses, David Sharpe, Geron Christian
    TE: Logan Thomas, Brevin Jordan, Jeremy Sprinkle
    SLOT/Weapon: Steven Sims Jr., Antonio Gibson, J.D. McKissic, Cordarrelle Patterson
    WR: Curtis Samuel, Cam Sims, Kelvin Harmon, Isaiah Wright
    QB: SAM DARNOLD, Kyle Allen, Taylor Heinicke, Steven Montez
    RB: Antonio Gibson, J.D. McKissic, Bryce Love, Cordarrelle Patterson
    Power back: Josh Adams


    DEFENSE

    DE: Chase Young, Wyatt Huber
    DT: Daron Payne, Tim Settle
    DT: Jonathan Allen, Matt Iadonnis
    DE: Montez Sweat, Vinny Curry
    OLB: Cole Holcomb, Landon Collins (Certain Packages)
    MLB: Jon Bostic, Reuben Foster
    OLB: Zaven Collins, Khaleke Hudson
    CB: Kendall Fuller, Shaun Wade, Jimmy Moreland
    CB: Ronald Darby, Fabian Moreau
    SS: Kamren Curl, Landon Collins
    FS: Jeremy Reaves, Keith Taylor, Troy Apke

    KR:Cordarrelle Patterson
    P: Tress Way
    K: Cairo Santos



    Opinions are welcomed!
    Last edited by NJrockPD; 03-06-2021 at 01:45 PM.

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    Offseason Mock 2021 V.3.0 (3/21/21)

    Cut:
    - Alex Smith (CUT)
    - Landon Collins - saving $7.7 million in cap space after June 1st

    Re-Sign:
    - Brandon Scherff (FRANCHISED)
    - Cam Sims
    - Kyle Allen
    - Fabian Moreau ($3-5 mil per)
    - Dustin Hopkins

    FA Signings:
    - Ryan Fitzpatrick
    - William Jackson III
    - Curtis Samuel
    - David Mayo
    - Tyler Larsen

    Free Agent Options: (approx. $27 mil cap space remaining)
    Bolded choices I considered realistic and put them in the Depth Chart, Underlined the ones I want most
    WR Depth/ Returner/ Weapon:
    Antonio Brown, T.Y. Hilton, Sammy Watkins, Larry Fitzgerald, Desean Jackson, Dede Westbrook, Cordarrelle Patterson

    RB Depth (if we don't draft one):
    - If we just want cheap short yardage guys: Kalen Ballage, Samaje Perine, Bo Scarborough, D'Onta Foreman
    - Unlikely FA RB options I think could work: Le'veon Bell, Jaamal Williams, Jerick McKinnon, James White, James Conner, Gus Edwards

    Safety Help (post draft):
    - Tashaun Gipson or Tre Boston if we can get him on the cheap

    Cheap LB Depth (post draft):
    - Raekwon McMillan
    - Eric Wilson

    Cheap DE Depth (post draft):
    Ryan Kerrigan (top choice if he'll come back), Aldon Smith, Justin Houston, Tyrone Crawford, Solomon Thomas, Trent Murphy, Everson Griffin, Vinny Curry, Bruce Irvin, Ezekiel Ansah, Jabaal Sheard, Margus Hunt, Mario Edwards, Dion Jordan, Taco Charlton, Vic Beasley

    TE Depth (if we don't draft one):
    - Jesse James
    - Virgil Green
    - Tyler Eifert

    Trade:
    Washington Trade: Picks #19 (R1), #82 (R3), and 2022 (R4)
    Jags Trade: Pick #25 (R1) and #45 (R2)

    This trade only works if the Jags absolutely love a player that falls, but might not be available at #25.
    I can see this happening if a versatile D-lineman, (ie. Christian Barmore, Kwity Paye, Gregory Rousseau) a top DB (ie. Trevon Moehrig, Jaycee Horn or Tyson Campbell) or one of the top 3 WRs fall.

    Draft:
    (1)#25 - Micah Parsons (doubtful) / Zaven Collins/ Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB
    Other Options: Best Available OL or CB (Slater, Darrisaw, Vera-Tucker, Farley, Horn, Campbell)
    (2) #45 - Jaycee Horn/ Tyson Campbell/ Greg Newsome/ Asante Samuel Jr., CB/ Jevon Holland, S
    Other Options: Best Available OL or WR (Leatherwood, Mayfield, Cosmi, Moore, Toney, Bateman)
    (2)#51 - Sam Cosmi/ Liam Eichenberg/ Dillon Radunz/ Walker Little, OT
    Other Options: Best Available WR or S (Toney, Bateman, Marshall, Holland, Cisco)
    (3) #74 - Brevin Jordan/ Hunter Long, TE
    Other Options: Best Available
    (4) #120 - Trevon Grimes, WR, Israel Mukuamu, Ifeatu Melifonwu CB/S
    Other Options: Best Available
    (5) #160 - Alaric Jackson, OT/OG, Iowa
    Other Options: Best Available
    (7) #239 - Trill Williams/ Elijah Blades, CB/S or Mike Strachan, WR
    Other Options: Best Available
    (7) #241 Wyatt Hubert/ Chauncey Golston/ Jamal Hines/ Joshua Kaindoh, DE
    Other Options: Best Available

    2021 Roster
    Offense
    WR: Terry McLaurin, Antonio Gandy-Golden, Isaiah Wright
    LT: Cornelius Lucas, Saahdiq Charles, Dillon Radunz
    LG: Wes Schweitzer, Wes Martin
    C: Chase Roullier, Tyler Larsen, Keith Ismael
    RG: Brandon Scherff, Alaric Jackson
    RT: Morgan Moses, David Sharpe, Geron Christian
    TE: Logan Thomas, Brevin Jordan, Virgil Green
    SLOT/Weapon: Steven Sims Jr., J.D. McKissic, Cordarrelle Patterson
    WR: Curtis Samuel, Cam Sims, Kelvin Harmon
    QB: Ryan Fitzpatrick, Kyle Allen, Taylor Heinicke, Steven Montez
    RB: Antonio Gibson, J.D. McKissic, Bryce Love, Cordarrelle Patterson
    Power back: D'Onta Foreman, Cordarrelle Patterson

    DEFENSE
    DE: Chase Young, Chauncey Golston
    DT: Daron Payne, Tim Settle
    DT: Jonathan Allen, Matt Iadonnis
    DE: Montez Sweat, Margus Hunt
    OLB: Cole Holcomb, Josh Harvey-Clemons
    MLB: Jon Bostic, David Mayo, Raekwon McMillan
    OLB: Zaven Collins, Khaleke Hudson
    CB: Kendall Fuller, Greg Stroman, Ifeatu Melifonwu
    CB: William Jackson III , Fabian Moreau, Elijah Blades
    Nickel: Asante Samuel Jr, Jimmy Moreland
    SS: Kamren Curl, Ifeatu Melifonwu, Troy Apke
    FS: Tre Boston, Jeremy Reaves
    KR: Cordarrelle Patterson
    P: Tress Way
    K: Dustin Hopkins

    Opinions are welcomed!

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    Offseason Mock 2021 V.4.0 (4/14/21)

    Cut:
    - Alex Smith (CUT)

    Re-Sign:
    - Brandon Scherff (FRANCHISED)
    - Cam Sims
    - Kyle Allen
    - Dustin Hopkins

    FA Signings:
    - Ryan Fitzpatrick
    - William Jackson III
    - Curtis Samuel
    - Adam Humphries
    - David Mayo
    - Tyler Larsen
    - Daryl Roberts CB
    - Sammis Reyes TE
    - Beau Benzschawel OL
    - Lamar Miller RB
    - David Sharpe T
    - DeAndre Carter WR/KR
    - Danny Johnson CB
    - Jared Norris LB

    Ideal draft Possibilities

    I want to trade back to grab an extra pick, but if one of these top prospects fall we should use #19 unless someone blows us away with an offer (Unlikely):
    - WR DEVONTA SMITH, ALABAMA
    - WR JAYLEN WADDLE, ALABAMA
    - CB PATRICK SURTAIN II, ALABAMA
    - CB JAYCEE HORN, SOUTH CAROLINA
    - CB CALEB FARLEY, VIRGINIA TECH
    - OT RASHAWN SLATER, NORTHWESTERN
    - LB MICAH PARSONS, PENN STATE
    - QB MAC JONES, ALABAMA
    - QB TREY LANCE, NORTH DAKOTA STATE
    - QB JUSTIN FIELDS, OHIO STATE


    Trade: (I would be happy with any of these scenarios)
    - Washington Trade: Picks #19 (R1), #82 (R3), and 2022 (R4)
    Jags Trade: Pick #25 (R1) and #45 (R2)

    - Washington Trade: Picks #19 (R1) and future late round pick
    Ravens Trade: Pick #27 (R1) and #58 (R2)

    - Washington Trade: Picks #19 (R1)
    Bills Trade: Pick #30 (R1) and #61 (R2)

    - Washington Trade: Picks #19 (R1)
    Bills Trade: Pick #31 (R1) and #63 (R2)

    - Washington Trade: Picks #19 (R1)
    Tampa BayTrade: Pick #32 (R1) and #64 (R2) [we could arguably get another pick too]


    Any of these trades depend on if a team falls in love with a player like a Alijah Vera-Tucker, Jaelan Phillips, Najee Harris, or Kwity Paye who won't fall to the end of the first. I'll use Tampa because it seems the most realistic. They already have a stacked roster so they might be willing to move up to get a player who can contribute right away. Here's an NFL Trade Value Chart just to prove the value isn't a total ripoff.

    Draft: (I used the following NFL Mock Drafts and this one and common sense for the later rounds to determine player availability)
    (1) #32 - Zaven Collins/ Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB/ Jamin Davis, LB
    Other Options: Best Available OL or DB (Darrisaw, Cosmi, Radunz, Moehrig, Farley)
    (2) #51 - Jalen Mayfield/ Dillon Radunz/ Eric Stokes/ Richie Grant
    Other Options: Best Available OL, DB, or WR (Eichenberg, Leatherwood, Little, Moore, Marshall)
    (2) #64 - Jevon Holland / Jackson Carman, Eric Stokes/ Shaun Wade Walker Little, OT
    Other Options: Best Available WR or DB (Cisco, Walker Little, Paulson Adebo)
    (3) #74 - Shaun Wade/ Paulson Adebo/ Brevin Jordan/
    Other Options: Best Available
    (3) #82 - Hunter Long/ Baron Browning/ Josh Palmer
    Other Options: Best Available
    (4) #124 - Nico Collins/ Trevon Grimes, WR/ Stone Foresythe/ Alaric Jackson, OT/OG
    Other Options: Best Available
    (5) #160 - Quintin Morris/ Rhamondre Stevenson/ Tommy Tremble
    Other Options: Best Available
    (7) #239 - Joshua Kaindoh/ Mike Strachan
    Other Options: Best Available
    (7) #241 Wyatt Hubert/ Jacob Harris/ Ben Mason
    Other Options: Best Available

    Zaven Collins, LB - NFL Comparison: Leighton Vander Esch -- What's not to like about this guy. With all the ILB talent at the top of this draft Zaven would be a steal at the end of the first round. Day 1 starter who can do a little bit of everything with + size and athleticism. "Combines rare size and athleticism as a big outside linebacker. Collins is a team-oriented defender willing to plug gaps and spill the action wide for teammates to run down. He's rangy with the burst and length to track and capture his prey from the back side or out on the perimeter. His athletic gifts help him overcome his tardiness in diagnosing the action. There is still room for improvement when it comes to taking on blocks and pursuing with proper leverage so cutbacks don't cross his face. The second effort is evident with how frequently he's able to recover from an early block and still make plays. He's aware and dangerous in spot drops with the read and reaction to jump the passing lane. Collins could use more aggression in his play demeanor, but his combination of talent and traits should make him a productive pro starter." - By Lance Zierlein

    Jalen Mayfield, OT - In my limited scouting I saw a guy with good size, athletic enough to be a LT, great lateral quickness to stay in front of Chase Young when they met in college, adequate power and nastiness when he gets a hold of you. He is inexperienced and could use some time in the weight room, but I see him being a average starter with tons of potential at LT.

    Jevon Holland, DB - Lance Zierlein compares him to Jordan Poyer, "Versatile defensive back with good size, above-average instincts and impressive ball skills. Holland plays with good pattern recognition and anticipation underneath. He has the ball greed and competitiveness to make contested catches a challenge for opponents. He's willing and able in run support near the line of scrimmage, giving him value as a big nickel, but he lacks recovery burst and will struggle if he's matched one-on-one with speed from the slot. He has the football IQ and ball skills to handle split-safety duties but needs to continue fine-tuning his tackling technique." This kid is ready to come in and contribute right away on passing downs. Collins, Curl, and Holland would be an incredible 1-2-3 punch that opposing offenses will fear for a long time.

    Paulson Adebo, CB - Size and strength to beat up the press release and short-area footwork to phase up on comeback routes (4.42 40yard dash and 18 bench reps). He could use some NFL coaching, but he has good instincts, good technique, and won't have to come in and battle with the opponent's top WR right away but could be a great corner on the outside in the future.

    Baron Browning, LB - has all the physical tools you want from an NFL-level linebacker, has 6'2" 245, 4.58 40 yard dash, 6.78 3 cone, 40" vertical and 23 reps on the bench. Kid has the size and agility to be a thumper or drop into coverage. Why is he not a day 1 pick you ask? Very raw. He can dominate on special teams until he is ready to take over for Jon Bostic in the middle.

    Stone Foresythe, OL - I know, I know, why did I go OT again? I think we have alot of question marks along the OL. Scherff didn't resign and the left side is a big question mark. I believe the old saying the game is won in the trenches, so why not double up on this monster of a man. He is a great pass blocker already and certainly has the size to become a better run blocker. He might be a better guard in the NFL, but certainly has the versatility to play some tackle. Let's use the OT depth in the 2021 draft to solidify a couple of spots on the O-line.

    Tommy Tremble, TE - a gritty, capable blocker with untapped athletic potential. A perfect second TE next to Logan Thomas. He can come in and help as a blocker day one, but his speed and athleticism should create chunk play opportunities. He lacks route running or great hands, but that can be developed while he plays the roll of a 4th or 5th passing option.

    Mike Strachan, WR - These are the players I go crazy for every season. They don't always work out, but when they do the payoff is worth it. That's why I keep going back to the well (see my final pick). 6'5" 226lbs, 4.5 40, 20 bench, and 6.96 3-cone. Add to that his 10" hands and 34 1/4" arm length and he could be a problem. "Highly productive small-school wideout with elite size but with work to be done. Playing against bigger, stronger, faster defenders could create a challenging transition, as the route running and ball skills will need more development to be pro-ready. His size and ability to win jump balls make him an intriguing late-round possibility." - Lance Zierlein

    Jacob Harris, WR/TE - For player analysis see Mike Strachan above with even better physical traits. If I could build the perfect receiver it would be this guy. You have the size of Kyle Pitts (both 6'5" & 33 1/2 arm length), the quickness of Elijah Moore (6.66 3-cone/ Harris 6.54 3-cone), the speed of Kadarius Toney (4.39 40 yard dash) and Ja'marr Chase's (40" vert/ Harris 40.5" vert) vertical. He has great hands and is a willing blocker. He weighted in at about 220lbs and with a NFL strength and conditioning he could bulk up and become a TE or a monster redzone threat on the outside. In the 7th round why not?

    Free Agent Options:

    Bolded choices I considered realistic and put them in the Depth Chart, Underlined the ones I want most

    RB Depth (if we don't draft one):
    - If we just want cheap short yardage guys: Kalen Ballage, Samaje Perine, Bo Scarborough, D'Onta Foreman

    Cheap LB Depth (post draft):
    - Raekwon McMillan

    DE Depth (post draft):
    Ryan Kerrigan (top choice if he'll come back), Aldon Smith, Trent Murphy, Bruce Irvin, Ezekiel Ansah, Jabaal Sheard, Margus Hunt, Mario Edwards, Dion Jordan, Taco Charlton, Vic Beasley


    2021 Roster

    Offense
    WR: Terry McLaurin, Antonio Gandy-Golden, Mike Strachan, Isaiah Wright
    LT: Cornelius Lucas, Saahdiq Charles, Jalen Mayfield
    LG: Wes Schweitzer, Wes Martin
    C: Chase Roullier, Tyler Larsen, Keith Ismael
    RG: Brandon Scherff, Stone Foresythe
    RT: Morgan Moses, David Sharpe, Geron Christian
    TE: Logan Thomas, Tommy Tremble, Sammis Reyes
    SLOT/Weapon: Adam Humphries, Steven Sims Jr.
    WR: Curtis Samuel, Cam Sims, Kelvin Harmon, Jacob Harris
    QB: Ryan Fitzpatrick, Kyle Allen, Taylor Heinicke, Steven Montez
    RB: Antonio Gibson, J.D. McKissic, Bryce Love, Lamar Miller
    Power back: D'Onta Foreman

    DEFENSE
    DE: Chase Young, Ryan Kerrigan
    DT: Daron Payne, Tim Settle
    DT: Jonathan Allen, Matt Iadonnis
    DE: Montez Sweat,
    OLB: Cole Holcomb, Josh Harvey-Clemons
    MLB: Jon Bostic, Raekwon McMillan, David Mayo
    OLB: Zaven Collins, Khaleke Hudson, Baron Browning
    CB: Kendall Fuller, Greg Stroman, Danny Johnson
    CB: William Jackson III , Paulson Adebo
    Nickel: Jimmy Moreland
    SS: Landon Collins, Jevon Holland, Troy Apke
    FS: Kamren Curl, Jeremy Reaves
    KR: Steven Sims
    P: Tress Way
    K: Dustin Hopkins


    What do you think?

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