I had a dream that I met Collins. But he was joking about how he's a QB at heart. He threw the ball to me a couple of times.
I predict he has Tony Romos job by 2016 camp.
People "meeting" La'el don't always turn out so well. :X
I read this totally backwards and was about to say "whoa chill bronco I know the lions aren't playing well but dang..." Now I've gotta say Whoa chill inoccent... I know the lions aren't playing well but dang...~Morkim
NFC SOUTH: Carolina Panthers: Team grade: B. Shaq Thompson was a downright strange pick to start of the Panthers draft, but the rest of the draft helped save the grade. Funchess, Williams, and Artis-Payne might provide some offensive balance to a true ground and pound playoff winning squad. I think Carolina managed to get significantly better even with only five picks while kind of blowing one of them.
Shaq Thompson, OLB, Washington Grade: C- I predicted the Panthers taking a 4-3 outside backer in round 2, but even that was only because they’d already taken an offensive tackle and because the WR talent was dried up. The Panthers passing on TJ Clemmings and Laken Tomlinson to fix their broken offensive line, as well as some WR prospects left sends them into day 2 with a lot of work to do. Thompson is a tweener without an obvious position or many marketable skills. He made some amazing plays and scored a few touchdowns his senior year. He’s an exciting prospect on production, but not based on talent.
Devin Funchess, WR, Michigan Grade: B+ Funchess is the kind of receiver we’ve seen take over the league in the last few years. His ability to win with the ball in the air is exactly what the Panthers got last year in Kelvin Benjamin, and we’ve seen Dez Bryant and Odell Beckham Jr set the bar high. Funchess is definitely one dimensional and won’t be as productive as quickly a Benjamin, but he’s a great talent who fills a need. One thing I love about Funchess is his blocking. Sure, it wasn’t good enough for an in-line tight end, but there’s not a lot of receivers I’d rather have set the edge on a toss or stretch than this guy.
Daryl Williams, OT, Oklahoma Grade: B+ Williams is a very mobile right tackle who loves to lay a hit. He’s ideal for a zone blocking scheme and he’ll probably make some great plays on the edge to set up some big runs for Adrian Peterson (maybe?). He’s not well enough refined to be a first round pick, but that’s why he wasn’t.
David Mayo, LB, Texas State Grade: C Mayo is an undersized run defender who needs to be as good a leader in the NFL as he was at Texas State to be useful. Despite Mayo’s college production and name recognition, he doesn’t have the skillset to be a draft pick. His intangibles at a position that typically captain a defense make him a valuable long term pick.
Cameron Artis-Payne, RB, Auburn Grade: A+ Peanut butter, meet jelly. Cam and the Panthers go together perfectly because of his durability and bruising running style. Artis-Payne was knocked down the boards because of his pass blocking and receiving limitations, but he looks better on tape than Tre Mason did with the exception of Auburn’s 2013 playoff run. I had Artis-Payne as my 6th ranked runningback, and he’d be even higher for a power run team like the Panthers.
New Orleans Saints: Team grade: B+. While I didn’t like the Saints first round choice, their defensive haul looks tremendous. Anthony, Kikaha, Williams and Tull are all fantastic risks to take because of the potential payoff. The Saints went from a broken defensive roster to one that’s building for a promising future. Peat and Grayson are head scratching choices to an offense that begins and ends with Drew Brees.
Andrus Peat, OT, Stanford Grade: C I don’t see where Peat is going to start in New Orleans. On top of that, I had Peat at the end of round 1 in my mocks up until the day before the draft when rumors said the Giants wanted him. I don’t see the pass protector that others label Peat to be, and without a great discrepancy between him, Armstead, and Strief, I don’t really see why New Orleans passed on the wide receivers, linebackers, and pass rushers that they did.
Stephone Anthony, ILB, Clemson Grade: A I like this pick a lot better. Anthony hits harder than any player in the draft and seems to out hustle people. I noticed him making plays when teams often ran away from Vic Beasley and realized that he’s a great run defender who has the get-off to rush the passer up the A gap as well. That’s the recipe for a 3-down linebacker and a first round pick. Pass coverage is the only question mark.
Hau’oli Kikaha, OLB, Washington Grade: A Kikaha is one of the draft’s biggest injury risks due to his knees, but he showed at the senior bowl that he looks just fine right now. If the Hawaiian pass rusher stays healthy, then the Saints got a round one talent. Kikaha is the best 3-4 bull rusher in the draft, he bends very well around the edge and he’s a great hitter on the ball carrier. He wasn’t NFL fast for an edge rusher, mostly because of his injury rehabilitation. He reminds me of Jason Taylor or Demarcus Ware when he’s on the field, and both dealt with similar injury situations.
Garrett Grayson, QB, Colorado State Grade: C- Grayson is a very interesting quarterback prospect who will make his money with his eyes rather than his arm. He’s a great decision maker who won’t force the ball and kept down turnover numbers, but the lack of arm talent or mobility really hurts the grade. What hurts the grade even more is the Saints wasting a pick on a quarterback when they need to build a broken roster.
P.J. Williams, CB, Florida State Grade: A+ The Saints are trying to find what they missed on with Stanley Jean-Baptiste last year. Williams is an elite press corner not unlike Brandon Browner who can defend tall receivers well and is great against the run. He was a top corner prospect before testing positive for marijuana, and as long as he doesn’t fail future tests, the Saints just stole a playmaker.
Davis Tull, OLB, Tennessee-Chatanooga Grade: A- In a shockingly similar move to drafting Kikaha, Hull is an extremely athletic linebacker who is coming off an injury that might hamper the speed that made him a draftable player. Tull’s combine was among the best of any defensive player other than Vic Beasley, and it brought scouts back to film of him dominating weak competition. The reason he’s not an A grade this late is his lack of an obvious position with the Saints. He’s a complete 4-3 Will linebacker, a position the Saints don’t have, but he’s not a strong enough pass rusher to play on the edge. I think Hull will spend some time on the bench and convert to be a great 3-4 inside linebacker.
Tyeler Davison, DT, Fresno State Grade: B Davison is a player I think didn’t get enough attention. His strength and size should have made him a day two pick as a nose tackle, but his small school and the lack of value at his position caused him to fall. On top of that, Davison has been labeled by most scouts as useless as a pass rusher (despite a stunning 8.5 sacks in 2014), but I think he can make an impact there right away. The key is his development. He’s got a low ceiling due to his lack of quickness and great hand use.
Damian Swann, CB, Georgia Grade: B Swann is a pure run defender who was played on the outside due to this height and Georgia’s lack of other options. He should be an awkward fit in the slot, but maybe a successful one. Swann is a great pass rusher and a good hitter, and that makes up for what he lacks in speed and coverage skill this late in the draft.
Marcus Murphy, RB, Missouri Grade: C Even though Murphy wasn’t a draftable prospect based on his production, his skill set is the kind that usually makes the roster. Murphy is great receiver and a talented blocker, and you need those skills to get snaps if you’re drafted after round 4. Murphy won’t be Alfred Morris, but he also won’t be Trent Richardson.
Atlanta Falcons: Team grade: A. Vic Beasley looks like a candidate for DROY, and the Falcons didn’t stop there. They’ve taken an offensive powerhouse and turned their roster into a balanced one that stands a chance in a weak NFC South. Beasley, Collins and Jarrett are three immediate starters on defense and Coleman and Ioesfa basically will as well. This class has the chance to be among the best in the NFL.
Vic Beasley, DE/OLB, Clemson Grade: A+ If Tomlinson isn’t the biggest steal of round 1, then it might have been Beasley. Vic Beasley is the draft’s most exciting pass rusher and he bulked up and improved against the run as a senior. Clemson liked his play inside so much, he played 4 different positions including 3tech, as ridiculous as it sounds. Beasley is my favorite for defensive rookie of the year in 2014. I really can’t see anyone else winning.
Jalen Collins, CB, LSU Grade: B Injuries and multiple failed drug tests are the reason why Jalen Collins wasn’t the first corner taken and a possible top 10 pick. He’s got a tall hard hitter who plays aggressively with the ball in the air and always seems to get it right. The problem is that his hiccups aren’t just hiccups. They limited Collins on the field. Despite his tremendous college success, Collins missed more games than he played during his career. If that or anything close to it happens in the pros, then Collins is going to be a bust.
Tevin Coleman, RB, Indiana Grade: B Coleman is a rare combination of elite speed and decisive backfield movement that seemed to get him past the line every snap. His skills make him a first round pick, but his injuries and durability concerns that he can’t do anything about made every team in the NFL pass on him twice. Durability is the most important for an NFL back, even when he’ll likely be in a committee with Antone Smith and Devonta Freeman.
Justin Hardy, WR, East Carolina Grade: B- Hardy is a tough pick to grade. Right now, he makes sense in Atlanta since he earned a reputation as college football’s best blocking receiver (I’d say second best behind Devante Parker). Eventually though, Atlanta will need him to step up if Roddy White can’t play forever, and Julio Jones isn’t always on the field. Hardy is insufficient as a #1 receiver, but his underneath game and effort level make him a decent pick.
Grady Jarrett, NT, Clemson Grade: A+ No one knows what Dan Quinn’s defense is going to look like next year in Atlanta, and that’ why Jarrett was a great choice. He’s got the strength and athleticism to play 4-3 end, or either defensive tackle technique. He’s got a lot of Malcom Brown in his game, and Jarrett’s an even better value.
Jake Rodgers, OT, Eastern Washington Grade: F Rodgers is a bad inline tight end in the NFL more than a tackle. He’s athletic enough to block very well on the move when defenders aren’t leveraging him, but he can’t play any line position in a phone booth, and everyone has to do that every once in a while. Rodgers is at best a swing tackle if he adds weight and doesn’t slow down. That’s a big risk for not much reward.
Akeem King, CB, San Jose State Grade: B King isn’t your typical iron man who changes to CB and can’t hit or do anything but get a jump ball. He runs cleanly and plays hard on the press. His skill set is good enough to make an NFL roster, especially a really weak one.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Team grade: A-. I believe the Bucs found a franchise quarterback and I want to give them an A just for that. Tampa built a great young corps of offensive lineman that could play both tackle positions for a decade if they work out. The trouble is the picks after the first three, which are underwhelming and didn’t make a significant impact on the roster.
Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State Grade: A+ I can’t fault the pick even though I personally never would have made it. I have made my feelings clear that because no acquittal was ever issued in the rape case, there’s still a shadow of a doubt that he could be involved. That would take him off my board, but I haven’t done the thorough investigation that the Bucs have which apparently found it not to be too concerning. As a football player, I have written that Winston is an excellent passer in is on par with Eli, Luck and RGIII when they came into the draft as flawless prospects. I’m not a good enough scout to find anything wrong. They probably found a franchise QB, and just like Mariota, that’s an A+.
Donovan Smith, OT, Penn State Grade: B Does Smith have the ability in pass protection to stay at left tackle, and if he doesn’t, would his size immediately make him a great right tackle? I think the answer to both questions is no. Smith is best working as a phonebooth run blocker on the left side, similar to Greg Robinson was last year from Auburn.
Ali Marpet, T, Hobart Grade: A The Bucs announced Marpet as a center, but I think he’s best as a left tackle. His college film at Hobart is basically useless, but he showed flashes of being an elite pass blocker at his college position. He showed up to the Senior Bowl and Combine as a guard and dominate NFL competition over and over again, arguably being the second best lineman in the pre-draft process after Tomlinson, especially during the all star game, in which he plowed over Carl Davis to set up a Tyler Varga touchdown.
Kwon Alexander, OLB, LSU Grade: C Alexander is a great SAM pass rusher who shows really good pursuit skills against the run as well. He makes his money standing up and making blockers miss at full speed, similar to a less talented Vic Beasley. His big problem is height and strength, and people usually don’t overcome that. Not only that, but Lavonte David plays on the weak side, so Alexander has to play in some pass coverage, making him a two down linebacker.
Kenny Bell, WR, Nebraska Grade: D He’s not the kind of receiver I like. He’s a big and fast sideline threat who doesn’t run very smoothly or get as much separation, even against college DBs, as he should. Unlike most players of his archetype, Bell has great hands. I don’t think he’s consistent enough to make an impact.
Kaelin Clay, WR, Utah Grade: C His skillset is Julian Edelman, but those kind of players actually turn into a star 1 in 100 times. Clay is fantastic after the catch and gets open extremely well on short, one-cut routes. His deep route tree, hands, and physical skills other than speed aren’t good enough. He’s a great kick return threat, which is all he’ll likely be in the pros unless he beats the odds and makes the slot work for him.
Joey Iosefa, FB, Hawaii Grade: A Iosefa, like most fullbacks in the class, isn’t a fullback. He’s a tight end who can block in-line extremely well and still run routes like one. If the Bucs want to play him in the backfield, I still think he’s a starter right away.
NFC WEST Seattle Seahawks: Team Grade: C-. The Seahawks didn’t do the best with what little resources they had. They probably had the worst crop of picks to work with after wisely trading for Jimmy Graham, and they spend their first pick on a huge red flag player with limited upside in their first choice. I love Tyler Lockett and think he’ll be their best wide receiver the instant he steps on the field. The other selections were okay, but they won’t be able to make an impact and are at a disadvantage making the roster because of how stacked the Seahawks already are.
Frank Clark, DE, Michigan Grade: D When you’re picking so late, you just can’t take a risk like this. Clark has a domestic violence record that people are really understating as “off the field problems.” He has a rap sheet. He’s also not a second round talent. I don’t like the value, and when you consider that the Seahawks may not come away with anything in round one or two, that’s a hard pick to defend.
Tyler Lockett Grade: A This would be an A+ if not for Seattle selling the farm to trade up and get him. Lockett is a terrific outside threat with toughness and silky hands to hold on to tough catches. He has elite speed and runs routes well. In a weaker class, you might have seen Lockett in round 1. Height and weight are the only concerns. This looks like the Seahawks snagging Russell Wilson all over again.
Terry Poole, G, San Diego State Grade: C Poole is a bit too small to move to guard at 300 lbs. It’s a weird selection for a team that loves to run the football. Poole’s senior bowl practice reps showed he could pass protect at tackle against competition, but again, I think he’s a weird fit for Seattle.
Mark Glowinski, G, West Virginia Grade: F Glowinski could be a fine draft pick, I could be totally wrong. It just stuns me that the Seahawks would take two guards in a row, in the same round, with the exact same measurables and skill set. Glowinski was also a college tackle coming in at 300 who has concerns about his strength blocking NFL talent. Déjà vu.
Tye Smith, CB, Towson Grade: B+ I actually got to watch Smith because of the Terrance West hype and he’s impressive. Smith was all over the field and dominated weak talent. He also outplayed national all-stars at the Shrine. He’s a worthy athlete to get drafted but he’s pretty raw. Who isn’t at this point? The Seahawks keep reloading the Legion of Boom with another 6’ corner.
Obum Gwachum, DE, Oregon State Grade: B Gwachum is an exciting pick based on his talent. He’s a former wide receiver who’s put on weight and looks like a giant pass rusher with great speed on the edge. I’m surprised he didn’t go higher based on the measurables. One thing the pick has going is that the Seahawks defense is probably the simplest defense in the league (tied with Jacksonville, since it’s pretty much the same). A project pick makes sense on a defense that isn’t as hard to learn as some others. He’s a lot like Jason Pierre-Paul coming out of South Florida.
Kristjan Sokoli, DT, Buffalo Grade: B- Sokoli is a really sound run defender and his size screams nose tackle, the position he played for the Bulls. The thing is, Seattle doesn’t use one. That’s a pretty weird position to take a flyer on for a team that uses two pass rushing defensive tackles and just signed Athyba Rubin.
Ryan Murphy, S, Oregon State Grade: A Murphy is a great fit for Seattle. He’s a Kam Chancellor clone, at least in terms of a scheme fit, and he’s able to play anywhere on the field and know what he’s doing. Coverage ability isn’t what you want, but you don’t draft a box strong safety in round 7 and dock him for not being Earl Thomas.
Arizona Cardinals: Team Grade B. David Johnson and Markus Golden were phenomenal back to back selections. Those two are going to make this draft look like a great one even if Humphries wasn’t a great choice so early. Riddick and Chrisitan have their limitations too, but I think they both make minor impacts as rookies and are good developmental players. Nelson was probably the most surprising reach in the draft.
D.J. Humprhies, T, Florida Grade: B The value isn’t bad and Cedric Ogbuehi, the guy I imagine they wanted, was off the board. Humpries is not good enough against speed rushers and is just too slow moving his feet to be a left tackle. That’s fine because Arizona has Jared Veldheer there. Humphries is a good fit, but ultimately, I can’t endorse the Cards passing on every quarterback they ever get a chance at. Bruce Arians is smarter than I am, but he has to see that he has the talent to win everywhere but quarterback. Brett Hundley (maybe through a trade down) would have been my move here.
Markus Golden, DE, Missouri Grade: A Golden was overlooked throughout the entire process, mostly due to playing in Shane Ray’s shadow. Golden is a better fit in the 4-3 and is a stronger pass rusher. Golden is better using moves to the inside is an all-around well developed defensive lineman.
David Johnson, RB, Northern Iowa Grade: A I had this pick mocked months ago from reports that the Cardinals wanted a bruising runningback to keep Andre Ellington healthy. Johnson dominated the senior bowl all week and in the actual game. He brings a lot as a receiver and as a pass protector in addition to being an obvious power back. He reminds me of Marshawn Lynch in a lot of ways.
Rodney Gunter, DT, Delaware St. Grade: C Believe it or not, Delaware State slipped below my radar for watching players. I’ve got nothing to say on the player, but with guys like Michael Bennett and Christian Covington on the board, this pick is a head scratcher. 6’5’’ 305 is a really big frame for a 3tech, and that was what Arizona needed more than their 5tech defensive tackle.
Shaquille Riddick, OLB, West Virginia Grade: B Extremely fast edge rusher who played a hybrid 4-3 defensive end at West Virginia’s weird defense. He’s a major project but his measurable and combine workout are on the level of Jadaveon Clowney or Vic Beasley. He added weight to get up to 240.
JJ Nelson, WR, Alabama-Birmingham Grade: F Nelson isn’t going to make the final roster because of his size. At 5’10 156, I think he’s the smallest scrimmage player ever drafted. No history to back that up, but he’s a massive injury risk and only offers use as a kick returner. I expected him not to be drafted, much less get chosen in round 5.
Gerald Christian, TE, Louisville Grade: C Christian is a flex tight end who isn’t really fast enough to be a flex tight end. He’s a great route runner and has good hands, and he may get on the roster as Mr. Irrelevant. You have to wonder about the guys who the Cardinals passed up on though.
San Francisco 49ers: Team grade: C-. Tartt’s draft day rise, combined with the smart selections of Eli Harold and Mike Davis make this draft not terrible. Still, the 49ers blew their first round choice and didn’t do enough to improve one of the league’s worst rosters. Not a single player in this group is a “safe” pick. They all seem like raw, physical superstars with high bust potential or injury risk. What do you want me to say about a team that took two guards, two tight ends, and a punter instead of the middle linebacker they needed? The curse of Harbaugh isn’t going away in 2015.
Arik Armstead, DE, Oregon Grade: D Armstead is one of the most likely busts in the NFL draft this year. He’s a giant human being, and that’s about all he’s got going for him. He wasn’t a good football player at Oregon and didn’t show enough to be a high draft pick. He’s not talented as a pass rusher as he needs to be, and his work ethic and get off from the snap is really bad. I don’t get why this pick was made.
Jaquiski Tartt, SS, Samford Grade: A He’s a prototype athlete who played strong safety but could be even better playing single high. Tartt has crazy range and speed. The 49ers coaches need to translate that talent into a coverage man they can trust. Tartt played in the box, and that limits his stock but not his potential.
Eli Harold, OLB, Virginia Grade: A Great scheme fit for the 49ers. Perfect timing of the snap and high energy get off so that he wins the start of the fight with left tackles. He needs strength to finish and bend on the edge better. When he plays larger tackles he got embarrassed. The 49ers took their third straight athletic project, but Harold actually has the production to back it up.
Blake Bell, TE/RB, Oklahoma Grade: D Now it’s getting out of control. The 49ers need to actually draft a football player instead of a group of track stars, strongmen and basketball players. Bell is a giant at 6’6’’, but he’s useless as a receiving tight end who also need work picking blocks while moving. He’s got top speed and is hard to tackle.
Mike Davis, RB, South Carolina Grade: A- Davis is one of the better physical grades of a small runningback class. He can push around defenders and is immediately the 49ers biggest runningback at 220 lbs. He also brings receiving ability and pass pro. Those skills are going to be key to get snaps in a logjam a runningback in Santa Clara.
DeAndre Smelter, WR, Georgia Tech Grade: C- Athletic, large receiver who can go up and get a jump ball. He doesn’t have the long strider speed you’d expect though. He’s got injury concerns too, and he’s the worse prospect than his more talented teammate Darren Waller. I don’t understand this choice.
Bradley Pinion, P, Clemson Grade: F I mean, how do you want me to grade a punter? What I’ll say is that it’s not smart for a team that took so many draft risks. A broken 49ers roster needed immediate contributions this year. The team took a punter instead of getting an inside linebacker or a corner.
Ian Silberman, G, Boston College Grade: D This is quite a surprising pick even in the sixth round. Silberman is remarkably slow, even for a guard, and is undersized. He doesn’t have an redeeming value this early.
Trenton Brown, G, Florida Grade: C Despite the guard label that most people are putting on Brown because of his size, he’s a surprisingly great pass blocker due to his strength and conservative technique. The big concern with Brown is his weight and athleticism, which is always going to be a concern for a 6’8’’ 350 lb man.
Rory Anderson, TE, South Carolina Grade: B Anderson is more of a receiver than a tight end based on his great speed and routes. He was very inconsistent at SC when he was on the field, and he has dealt with lingering injuries that pushed him to round 7. Still, the 49ers hope they just found the next Vernon Davis in terms of his athleticism. Anderson’s an exciting choice for what looks like a really weak 49ers tight end group.
St. Louis Rams: Team grade: B+. The Rams actually had an awful day 3 in my opinion, but their first two picks look like superstars. St. Louis has transformed its offense from an inconsistent one lacking an identity to a power run force overnight. Mannion’s upside as a pocket passer is interesting if Nick Foles doesn’t get back to how he was playing in 2013.
Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia Grade: A- Todd Gurley is a unique runningback prospect who is going to be a star in the NFL. I don’t get the need or the pick specifically to this team, but it doesn’t matter. Todd Gurley is going to push the top quarterbacks and receivers for rookie of the year on offense. I can’t give his a bad grade because whether or not value or need would grade this pick a different way, I just see Gurley as an NFL producer and anything lower than A- will be the wrong call a year from now.
Rob Havenstein, RT, Nebraska Grade: A Havenstein is a mauling right tackle only who’s surprisingly strong on tape in pass protection. Some say it’s because of the size advantage, and he won’t have that in the NFL. He showed up and owned the senior bowl as well though, which dispels that. The Rams now have a huge line with him and Robinson starting at the two tackle spots. I was hoping Havenstein would be a Titan.
Jamon Brown, LT, Louisville Grade: C Not as big a fan of this pick. Yes, the Rams size trend continues. They’re clearly building the power run game for Gurley, and I guess this means maybe he’s moving to guard or Robinson is moving back inside. Brown was a liability in pass pro and can’t play on the left side in the NFL.
Sean Mannion, QB, Oregon State Grade: B+ Everything takes too long for Mannion. Pocket movement, reading, release, windup, all of it. I think that limits him as a quarterback permanently. Why a good grade? Because if Nick Foles goes down, Mannion can be decent right away in relief due to his arm talent. He’s a good fit in St. Louis due to the rebuilt lines. He needs a clean pocket.
Andrew Donnal, OT, Iowa Grade: F Okay, I never give good grades to teams who triple up. But beside that, Donnal isn’t a draft worthy talent. He’s too raw and is just a big body who can’t really play. He barely played this season at Iowa on a stacked line.
Bud Sasser, WR, Missouri Grade: F Sasser took over last season as Missouri’s best red zone threat on paper, but he wasn’t well rounded enough to be a contributor at the college level. He wasn’t a talent that should have been drafted and only really brings size and leaping ability to a Rams team that already has that in Brian Quick and Jared Cook.
Cody Wichmann, G, Fresno State Grade: B- Wichmann was an unheralded prospect coming in, but he’s an above average mobile guard who pulls well and grades very well against the run. He’s a huge project.
Bryce Hager, ILB, Baylor Grade: A Hager was a steal this late. His knack for producing turnovers especially against the passing game makes him an exciting choice. He needs to get bigger and round out his game as well.
Martin Ifedi, DE, Memphis Grade: A Ifedi got by on his elite speed for a 4-3 rusher and on his great hand use. He’s not strong enough and his speed got him into a lot of poor pursuit situations.
NFL Draft Grades: 1. Dallas: A (Gregory, Jones, Collins) 2 Jacksonville: A (Fowler, Yeldon, Sample, Cann) 3. New York Giants: A (Flowers, Collins, Odighizuwa, Davis) 4. Atlanta: A (Beasley, Collins, Coleman, Jarrett) 5. Baltimore: A (Perriman, Williams, Davis, Smith) 6. Detroit: A (Tomlinson, Abdullah, Carter, Diggs) 7. New York Jets: A (Williams, Smith, Mauldin, Harrison) 8. Pittsburgh: A- (Dupree, Golson, Doran, Holliman) 9. Tennessee: A- (Mariota, Beckham, Poutasi, McBride) 10. Tampa Bay: A- (Winston, Smith, Marpet, Iosefa) 11. Miami: B+ (Parker, Phillips, Douglas, Ajayi) 12. New Orleans: B+ (Peat, Anthony, Kikaha, Williams) 13. Philadelphia: B+ (Agholor, Rowe, Hicks, Shepard) 14. St. Louis: B+ (Gurley, Havenstein, Brown) 15. San Diego: B+ (Gordon, Perryman, Emmanuel) 16. Oakland: B (Cooper, Edwards, Heeney, Valles) 17. New England: B (Brown, Flowers, Jackson, Mason) 18. Minnesota: B (Waynes, Kendricks, Clemmings) 19. Arizona: B (Humphries, Johnson, Golden) 20. Denver: B (Ray, Sambraillo, Heuerman, Doss) 21. Buffalo: B (Darby, Williams, O’leary, Lewis) 22. Carolina: B (Thompson, Funchess, Artis-Payne, Williams) 23. Indianapolis: B- (Dorsett, Smith, Anderson, Parry) 24. Washington: C+ (Scherff, Smith, Crowder, Jarrett) 25. Chicago: C (White, Goldman, Grasu, Amos) 26. Green Bay: C (Randall, Rollins, Montgomery) 27. Cleveland: C (Shelton, Erving, Orchard, Johnson) 28. Houston: C- (Johnson, McKinney, Strong, Covington) 29. Cincinnati: C- (Ogbuehi, Fisher, Dawson, Hardison) 30. Seattle: C- (Clark, Lockett) 31. Kansas City: C- (Peters, Nelson, Morse, Conley) 32. San Francisco: C- (Armstead, Tartt, Harold, Davis)
No A+ this year. No failing grades. I bet both of those are going to change a year from now, but I don't like to be as extreme right after the draft. It'll be easier to judge with some time. Another thing was that there was only 1 B- and 1 C+. It's just a coincidence, but it's interesting.
10 wisest picks: 1. Laken Tomlinson, G, Detroit Lions 2. Vic Beasley, OLB, Atlanta Falcons 3. Randy Gregory, DE, Dallas Cowboys 4. Marcus Mariota, QB, Tennessee Titans 5. Todd Gurley, RB, St. Louis Rams 6. Denzel Perryman, ILB, San Diego Chargers 7. Owamagbe Odighizuwa, DE, New York Giants 8. Devin Smith, WR, New York Jets 9. Landon Collins, S, New York Giants 10. Hroniss Grasu, C, Chicago Bears Honorable mention: La'El Collins, OT, Dallas Cowboys Honorable mention: Jameis Winston, QB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
10 Most Foolish Picks: 1. Arik Armstead, DE, San Francisco 49ers 2. Marcus Peters, CB, Kansas City Chiefs 3. Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, Tennessee Titans 4. Cameron Erving, C, Cleveland Browns 5. Damarious Randall, S, Green Bay Packers 6. Eric Fisher, T, Cincinnati Bengals 7. Kevin Johnson, CB, Houston Texans 8. Bryce Petty, QB, New York Jets 9. Bradley Pinion, P, San Francisco 49ers 10. Shaq Thompson, LB, Carolina Panthers
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michaelpp1: Marry Christmas to All
Dec 18, 2019 20:17:50 GMT -5
michaelpp1: Who on here thinks that the Cowboys are going to win out over the Eagles on Sunday.
Dec 18, 2019 20:16:11 GMT -5
Divebitch: LAB!!! Come on over! bigcheesy.proboards.com/ It's just been revitalized a week ago, small group right now, a few more coming. It's mostly for leagues, but most of us have been together many years now, so lots of general stuff too. Merry Christmas!
Dec 26, 2018 5:11:15 GMT -5
lostabroad2: Merry Christmas to all who used to post on these boards.
Dec 24, 2018 18:38:35 GMT -5
whysoserious: WTF Jindred? You still here? Among the ruins? hahaha. little whipper snappers ruined everything didnt they? haha. Hey man I know me and ur brother dont get along but I always kinda thought you were cool.
Dec 17, 2018 16:21:42 GMT -5
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Aug 7, 2018 16:04:35 GMT -5
bigd51: And Divebitch... whenever you get this... let it be known, you're still my main Queen
May 19, 2018 21:34:20 GMT -5
bigd51: Well I'll be damned, this place is still alive and kickin'
May 19, 2018 21:33:17 GMT -5
edbo51: To all you Cleavland fans you should take Barkley #1still get a top three qb
Apr 26, 2018 14:56:05 GMT -5
Divebitch: Yo, EagleD - Eddie thought he unblocked your acct at CTM cutthemustard.proboards.com/ , but he did it wrong. It is now def unblocked. Hope all is well. I'll bet you've have a great week! Fly Eagles Fly!!!!!
Feb 10, 2018 17:28:07 GMT -5
larryb: Oh and so sorry about your dad Shaggy. Craig says so also. His mom is old and sick. Sometimes going fast is a blessing. She is going thru dementia and surgeries. Its sad. Larryb
Jan 3, 2018 1:30:59 GMT -5
larryb: Thanks Shaggzfate I miss the old days, but am enjoying the present times. Larryb
Jan 3, 2018 1:29:11 GMT -5
Shaggzfate: Oh LarryB how I've missed your orangutan butt. By far the best non-human account ever. Hi everybody!
Nov 5, 2017 15:47:39 GMT -5
ricqic42: i'm new whats up?
Oct 29, 2017 0:34:29 GMT -5