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    • GoldsonAges

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      I did this on fanspeak. It’s not very realistic because most of these mid to late round players will be drafted earlier, but look at this haul.

      Pick No.
      1 Bradley Chubb. No brainer Chubb has all-pro potential
      4 Vita Vea. The front 4 just got crazy talented.
      33 Josh Jackson. Why not the best corner in the draft in the 2nd round?
      35 Marcus Allen. We used to get cute and try to disguise coverages. Not anymore. Allen is a box safety to compliment Justin Evans on the back end.
      64 Wyatt Teller. This is a no-brainer. Our guard play was shit last year.
      65 Rashaad Penny. Our run game just got dynamic.
      101 Dallas Goedert. We dont need another TE, but you couldn’t pass on his talent.
      123 Colby Gossett. Big player from a small school. He will be a starter at some point.
      138 Justin Jackson. Another dynamic weapon out of the backfield. Jackson is one of the most complete RB’s in the draft running, pass catching and in protection. He’s a perfect 3rd down back.
      159 Michael Gallup. We dont need a WR, but you cant pass on his talent. We are building depth.
      175 Holton Hill. He’s a long press corner and more good depth.
      219 BJ Hill. The kid that made Quenton Nelson look average is available in the 7th? He was, and I pounced.

      GottaJaboo wrote:
      (Justin) Evans will be far superior to (Budda) Baker in the pros.

      Dan Skipper Sucks! (lost bet)
      Update – UDFA Dan Skipper has been signed by the Dallas Cowboys

    • BucsFan83

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      I kind of feel bad for the browns in a way. I mean the only time the fans look forward to is the draft day. It’s their superbowl because they can’t win anything. It’s probably why they keep stocking up draft picks.

      *Edit* – Not to bad either imo. If you have that many picks and high picks it should look something like the first 6 or so.

      On another note, how can they be so bad at drafting? You’d think with all those picks they’d eventually hit a homerun. I mean the percentages are clearly in their favor.

    • Defense5599

      Post count: 1843

      The problem with so many top ten picks is that if they all are good, you won’t have enough cap room to keep them.

      That being said, I like the OP’s draft but I would seriously consider trading pick#4 to Buffalo for their two firsts and two seconds. That would restock this team big time.

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