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  1. Wallace and Perriman will look incompetent if we don't add a Q/Keenan/Landry type, if we do add a legitimate possession/3rd down/red zone wr early, then Wallace and Perriman will flourish and look amazing as deep threats and perfect complimentary pieces I really think it will be night and day with our wr core, depending on whether we add that right guy or not ( Ju Ju!!!!!!!!!!) -Ju Ju, Wallace, and Perriman, with Camp and Moore as the 4 and 5 is as complete and as dangerous as a wr core will get imo - If we rely on Wallace and Breshad to clearly be on top of the depth chart, our wr core will be in big trouble. Everything has to work together. Breshad and Mike are very good pieces, but they're the quick and slippery Jelly, they need that solid and tough Peanut Butter that holds everything together!
  2. That would be a reasonabl draft - but I'm afraid Schuster at #74 and Pocic in the fourth round may be too optimistic. I don't think Pocic in the 4th is that big of a strech A lot of people are calling for Schuster early (and I think you are probably right) but most of the pundits are calling for him in the 3rd and even 4th round???? Wonder if there is something about him that we are not aware of???? No Way. I have a hard time seeing him making it to our second pick. The guy is a first round talent any year
  3. I know Ravens fans don't want to see us draft another TE, but OJ Howard is the best tight end I've ever seen coming out of college, him and Vernon Davis. He'll probably be a top 10 pick, and rightfully so. I wouldn't be mad if we took him. I'm watching him and Ju Ju on game changers right now. Ju Ju said he models his game after Q and Dez. That's what I see on tape. It's a good episode. We need to draft Ju Ju
  4. Agree 100%. Cook has a lot of red flags on and off the field though. Trading down, and getting Ju Ju in the second, plus another pick in this insane draft definitely seems like better value though to me now. I'm starting to think I like Ju Ju as the best wr regardless of draft spot. Davis is intriguing no doubt, just harder to judge cuz of the competition and transition he'll make. Obviously there's a lot of different routes we can go in terms of what position to choose in what order, but here's a quick DREAM scenario for me for Thursday and Friday. Nobody knows exactly where people are going to be picked, but if we pulled anything close to this, I would probably sprint straight to Baltimore from here( CA) cuz I'd be so pumped!!! This does involve 2 trades- trading down from 16, and trading 2 or 3 2018 picks (maybe a 2nd, 4th, and 6th), for an extra 2017 2nd rounder. The Baltimore Ravens 2017 first 6 picks - Forrest Lamp - Carl Lawson - Ju Ju Smith - Pat Elfein - Teez Tabor - Desmond King BOOM! -DOMINANT top 5 Oline- for years and years - As complete of a wr core as any in the league -Lawson to put opposite Sizzle and learn from him - Our FS of the future to learn from Weddle - Teez is a top 3 corner in this draft IMO, pairing him with Tavon and Jimmy would be nuts. Not to mention he can slowly catch on for a year while Carr is here - The secondary would be set and elite for the next 3-5 years at least I know the likeliness of Ozzie trading into the 2nd, for our 6th pick in the first 3 rounds is very very low, but it's so worth it for this draft. Pretty sure we still have some money to save as well to sign these picks if need be by releasing Arrington and Watson. K.C. and P.O. are gonna battle for the other ILB spot too. And we could still even use a 4th or 5th on one with this plan. It's not a position that needs a big investment on, especially with C.J. there, and considering how absurd the rest of our D is. If we executed this plan combined with our current foundation, I believe we would be the dominant team for the next 5 years plus. At the very least, we would be right there with the Pats every year. Brady isn't gonna keep chuggin forever. I'm sure some fans will pick my plan apart, but I love it, and really hope we do something like this. Then add in Mr. Samaje Perine as our 4th rounder. Behind: Stanley-Lewis-Elfein-Yanda-Lamp Perine and Dixon could split the load and each put up 800-1000 yards a year. Which would certainly take the pressure off Flacco. And someone on ESPN made a simple, but great point the other day. The Ravens, but more specifically Flacco, is at his best off play action. We have the deep threats. Now just fill that line in. That line + those 2 backs would be such a bummer for opposing defenses! lol especially during the cold months and playoff time! * side note, it kinda looks like Lewis has the body of a Tackle, not a Guard. Maybe Lewis can play RT. Also, I would not be mad at all if we straight up picked Lamp at 16. He's underrated. People think he can play all 5 line positions. I say if he comes in and plays LG, he challenges K.O., Yanda, and Zach Martin right away, year 1, as the best Guard in the league.
  5. Agree 100%. Cook has a lot of red flags on and off the field though. Trading down, and getting Ju Ju in the second, plus another pick in this insane draft definitely seems like better value though to me now. I'm starting to think I like Ju Ju as the best wr regardless of draft spot. Davis is intriguing no doubt, just harder to judge cuz of the competition and transition he'll make. Obviously there's a lot of different routes we can go in terms of what position to choose in what order, but here's a quick DREAM scenario for me for Thursday and Friday. Nobody knows exactly where people are going to be picked, but if we pulled anything close to this, I would probably sprint straight to Baltimore from here( CA) cuz I'd be so pumped!!! This does involve 2 trades- trading down from 16, and trading 2 or 3 2018 picks (maybe a 2nd, 4th, and 6th), for an extra 2017 2nd rounder. The Baltimore Ravens 2017 first 6 picks - Forrest Lamp - Carl Lawson - Ju Ju Smith - Pat Elfein - Teez Tabor - Desmond King BOOM! -DOMINANT top 5 Oline- for years and years - As complete of a wr core as any in the league -Lawson to put opposite Sizzle and learn from him - Our FS of the future to learn from Weddle - Teez is a top 3 corner in this draft IMO, pairing him with Tavon and Jimmy would be nuts. Not to mention he can slowly catch on for a year while Carr is here - The secondary would be set and elite for the next 3-5 years at least I know the likeliness of Ozzie trading into the 2nd, for our 6th pick in the first 3 rounds is very very low, but it's so worth it for this draft. Pretty sure we still have some money to save as well to sign these picks if need be by releasing Arrington and Watson. K.C. and P.O. are gonna battle for the other ILB spot too. And we could still even use a 4th or 5th on one with this plan. It's not a position that needs a big investment on, especially with C.J. there, and considering how absurd the rest of our D is. If we executed this plan combined with our current foundation, I believe we would be the dominant team for the next 5 years plus. At the very least, we would be right there with the Pats every year. Brady isn't gonna keep chuggin forever. I'm sure some fans will pick my plan apart, but I love it, and really hope we do something like this.
  6. Did you watch the Offense last year? And we lost Smitty. We'll use a high pick on a pass rusher no doubt. ILB is not a position you need to spend a first or second round pick on- Orr is a great example of that. We'll use a high pick on a pass rusher and our defense is Loaded and almost completely set. We need a couple Olineman and a wr though. A rb wouldn't be a bad idea either. I love Dixon but he needs to get and stay on the field
  7. We don't need a big name WR. We need someone that can run routes, someone that can be relied upon for big third down pick ups, someone that can make contested catches, and someone that can be a red zone presence. Breshad and Mike are great speed guys, now we need that "Q" type, that worked so well pairing with Torrey. Ju Ju Schuster Smith is exactly what we need. He's rated as the 5th or 6th best wr in this class ( which is absurd, he might be my favorite), so grabbing him in the 2nd would be SO perfect
  8. I was thinking one of them may be available to us with the first of the 3rd round picks... I think JuJu is going in the second and I think he's exactly what we need. Short term and long term. I hope we make it happen
  9. By later rounds do you mean the second round? Cuz I think both of those guys are going the second for sure, maybe Kupp slips to the third.
  10. Agree 100%! I almost think the value of Getting Ju Ju in the second, and drafting an edge rusher in the first, would be better than vise versa.....but it would be hard to pass on Davis. I'm a huge JuJu fan though. His 2015 tape is top notch. I think he can be everything Davis can be, plus JuJu has great character and drive. He just might be a tiny bit less explosive than Davis. But Smith has better hands imo and might be better overall when it's all said and done. Imagine how much better JuJu would look going against the competition Davis faced. I'm really hoping Barnett is there at 16. I like Lamp too. Trading down 5-10 spots and getting an extra awesome pick for this draft, while also picking Takk, or Taco, or Harris in the first would be sweet. Something like this would be sweet. Trade down in the first, draft Lamp. Take Lawson with the extra pick. JuJu in the second. Then we still have 2 3rd rounders. Time to do work on Thursday and Friday FO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! CANT WAIT
  11. This isn't the 90s anymore lol teams have ample tape on those late round gems now, which boosts their stock into the early rounds. For an elite line you must have at least 3/5 blue chip lineman with two average to above average complimentary lineman--e.g., the Cowboys, who had the elite guys like Smith, Martin and Frederick, but also had good complimentary guys like Leary and Free. And for the record, the Cowboys team that invested ZERO first round picks in it's OL like could crap on this team that spent three picks on the same thing. Smith Martin and Frederick are first rounders...............?
  12. I saw that on that big group mock today. I wouldn't pick Cook at 16, but it would be interesting. We do need playmakers
  13. JuJu is an animal indeed! It may be a blessing that he had a horrible QB that hurt his numbers. I'm not sure if he's available unless we move up in the second and snatch him. Kopp on film looks just as nasty but one must factor the competition. I think it's a solid plan B Agreed. Kupp would be a good back up plan. This is one draft I don't see us trading up in. Too many AWESOME players between 20-100 to give up any picks. In most drafts, I think Ju Ju is a first rounder for sure. Hopefully he slips to our second pick. He just mite. He's been going later than that in a lot of mocks. I really really hope we draft Ju Ju, but bottom line is we need a tough possession wr. I don't think anyone can argue that's not the case
  14. That's awesome. Ozzie needs to replace the holes left by the departures of Tommy Streeter and Aaron Mellette. Antonio Brown & Brandon Marshall agree with you, the Ravens should definitely trade up in the 1st Round for the highest rated WR and stud play-maker. Just imagine how they would look if they did that to take WR Kevin White, DGB, LaQuan Treadwell & Justin Hunter - the size and speed - WOW. That would be like 18 Super Bowls in a row! With that WR core, Flacco would throw at least 80 TDs and 10,000 yards in a season...... 85% OF ALL PLAYERS DRAFTED ARE BUSTS! Once again, I ask you what you're burnin. I want some. lol trade up in the first.............DGB and Hunter were picked in the second round.........
  15. Agreed! Barnett or Davis would be tempting if they're there though