I Promise Only If I Get Over Ten Votes Up
1st Datone Jones
2nd Khaseem Greene
3rd Bacarri Rambo
4th Dion Sims
4th Robert Lester
5th Xavier Nixon
5th Kwame Geathers
6th Tyrann Mathieu
6th Ace Sanders
6th Sanders Comings
7th Zach Boren
I Only Picked Lester because we dont know if Pollard will keep getting fined and suspended also i predicted we might get a 4th, 5th, and two sixiths and the two corners are for steady competition and backups
I love the Jones pick. I think Datone can be the next JJ Watt. He has immense talent. As for Greene, I am a bit undecided. Greene looks like a Will, and we really need a Mike. Some will say Brown is also a Will, but I think he can play the Mike. Not sure Greene can. You also love to mention injuries, but Greene's battled through some good ones and has been out from injuries. Greene is a LB who plays like a S. He can cover TEs but I think he goes for the big play more than tackling efficiency. He's Burfict to Wagner.
I like Baccari Rambo. Dion Sims is also a good player. You seem high on him. Are you secretly his agent? Lol. JK. I won't be mad if we take a TE. I think we should due to having both starters as RFAs.
Lester, Nixon, Geathers, & Mathieu, Sanders, Commings & Boren. Well, the Boren pick makes some sense though I have no idea where his draft stock is & he may not be available there. I like Mathieu, but really? Lester, Mathieu, Commings, & Rambo? You do realize we have a crowded secondary, right? Lester's more of a SS, and I don't see the need to draft one. We can get one late or UDFA. Mathieu I like as a S though there are legit questions about his ability to play it. I like the idea of Mathieu as a ST player like an Edelman.
Nixon, Geathers, & Sanders. Okay. Nixon I like, but I'm not sure if he's BPA here. Geathers is a good pick and so is Sanders. It's hard to really say in the late rounds because you have no idea who is there.
For me, we need immediate help at: ILB, DT/NT/DE. We can use starter-quality depth at TE, DE, S, CB & WR. We can use depth at OT, OG, OC. That's how I rank needs. Immediate/starter, quality depth (in the event we lose a FA next year or if you have a starter who has been injured) & then development depth who you know won't start but will be developed for a year.
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