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  1. LOL Yes, Omar is dreaming. But I did enjoy the dream.
  2. I'd love to be able to be in our draft room just to watch it all happen.
  3. You thinking improved endurance? I'm thinking reduced injuries.
  4. I've done a few Fanspeak drafts and a lot of talent falls in way that i'm not sure will happen in real life. I come away with the conclusion we should trade down in round 1 at least 2 or 3 times. And then take all those extra picks to trade up in the 2nd. Seems like a lot of talent bunches up at the top of the 2nd.
  5. What do you think of a trade down for an extra 2nd/3rd? There's an excellent chance a good EDGE or CB will still be there. And there is a small chance Davis or Williams could still be there; and if not, there are the 2nd round quartet of WR's (JuJu being my favorite).
  6. OK, and what if all 7 of those players are on the board, and lets say for sake of example, Detroit (I picked them simply for easy math) wants to give us a 3rd rounder to move back 5 slots, as the draft chart says is approximately even.... you say we don't do it? That doesn't make ANY sense, because you can still get choice of 2 of those 7 AND another player in the top 100. First, It's highly unlikely that ALL 7 will still be on the board. But I'll play along. It's still gamble that not needed. What if we move back 2 spots? And Mike Williams turns out to be a beast. He goes to Titans who then would be another AFC team competing for a playoff spot with Ravens. Also, What if the Broncos trade with Skins. Now there are 2 AFC teams picking a player higher than you. IMO, trading back works when you already have a good team and need additional picks for depth and future. A team that missed the playoffs and have not won the divison should play the percentages and take the BPA Look at mock drafts all over the web. Go to #16 to see who they give the Ravens. Then go look at #26-32. Every time there is someone there I bet you would be happy to take. So we could still get someone very good & pick up another 2nd or 3rd. Think what we could do with two 2nd's & two 3rd's! We have two many holes to fill & a great opportunity to do so. "two many" oops! s/b "too many" or "six many"
  7. OK, and what if all 7 of those players are on the board, and lets say for sake of example, Detroit (I picked them simply for easy math) wants to give us a 3rd rounder to move back 5 slots, as the draft chart says is approximately even.... you say we don't do it? That doesn't make ANY sense, because you can still get choice of 2 of those 7 AND another player in the top 100. First, It's highly unlikely that ALL 7 will still be on the board. But I'll play along. It's still gamble that not needed. What if we move back 2 spots? And Mike Williams turns out to be a beast. He goes to Titans who then would be another AFC team competing for a playoff spot with Ravens. Also, What if the Broncos trade with Skins. Now there are 2 AFC teams picking a player higher than you. IMO, trading back works when you already have a good team and need additional picks for depth and future. A team that missed the playoffs and have not won the divison should play the percentages and take the BPA Look at mock drafts all over the web. Go to #16 to see who they give the Ravens. Then go look at #26-32. Every time there is someone there I bet you would be happy to take. So we could still get someone very good & pick up another 2nd or 3rd. Think what we could do with two 2nd's & two 3rd's! We have two many holes to fill & a great opportunity to do so.
  8. Round 3. Sid Jones--CB- Wash (He is worth waiting for) Every team thinks they can get him in the third. I think a team that wants him will need to take him in the second.
  9. What if Corey Davis & Derek Barnett are both on the board??
  10. Garrett, your piece on Rod Carew and Konrad Reuland was awesome!
  11. I'm not an anti-speedite. It's just that we have speed already and have a glaring need for a possession receiver. We need a chain-mover and Davis (or Williams) is more of that guy that we need. Also, Ross is fragile and we already have plenty of fragile WR's as well.
  12. True. I've seen every combination as well. But you would think if they are sports writers for a living, they would put in more effort than me (an unpaid fan) to come up with something more reasonable.
  13. Why do they keep projecting John Ross to us. We already have two speedsters; and no, he is not a good replacement for SSS. Corey Davis could be or maybe, Mike Williams.
  14. Nice draft. Every team thinks they are getting Sidney in the third !! It would be worth bringing Boldin back to mentor JuJu