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  • #16
    Originally posted by Couchcoach View Post
    Just looked up BJ Hill's stats, very impressive. Better than Vea and much better than Payne. Looks like the guy was very productive.
    Hill is even better if you watch him.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by boozeman View Post
      My draft, given these players they all picked:

      1. DT Da'Ron Payne, Alabama
      2. WR Anthony Miller, Memphis
      3. LB Malik Jackson, Texas
      4. RB Nyheim Hines, North Carolina State
      4. S Kyzir White, West Virginia
      5. QB Luke Falk, Washington State
      5. DE Tyquan Lewis, Ohio State
      6. LB Jack Cichy, Wisconsin
      6. DT P.J. Hall, Sam Houston State
      7. T Nick Gates, Nebraska
      Guh

      Mine would look something like this...

      1. LB Vander Esch Boise State
      2. WR James Washington Oklahoma State
      3. S Marcus Allen Penn State
      4. RB Nyheim Hines NC State
      4. TE Ian Thomas Indiana
      5. QB Luke Falk Washington State
      5. DE Tyquan Lewis Ohio State
      6. LB Jack Cichy Wisconsin
      6. DT P.J. Hall, Sam Houston State
      7. C Tejan Koromo BYU

      And yes I realize I could have taken Tyquan Lewis in the seventh according to one guy but that just seemed like too far of a stretch to me so I didn't do it. I just don't think he will last that long to the seventh round. Anyway, that's my ideal draft while taking one player from each of those guys drafts at every pick. Literally addresses everything if you ask me. You get the safety, the LBer depth, the deep threat WR, big play RB, complete stud TE, and a legit QB prospect. You also round out the D-line with a couple of guys who I think could really help out.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by BipolarFan View Post
        No one likes the big rich kid?

        Guy is 6'4 almost 260 and from what I've read, still filling out his frame.

        Ran a 4.65 with ridiculous agility drill numbers.

        Read that he was like a missile to the football last year as well.

        And he's white for you conservatives and will probably never take a knee during your precious anthem.
        Stop bringing shit like this into football threads. Consider this a warning.
        2016 DCC LOTY Fantasy Football Champion

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Couchcoach View Post
          And the more I read, it looks like the DT class is deeper than I thought. Apparently there's some real talent to be picked up in the 3rd round, or possibly later.
          It is an extremely deep DT class. All the way to the 7th round kind of deep. I would even go so far as to compare it to how deep the safety class was in last year's draft.
          2016 DCC LOTY Fantasy Football Champion

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Iamtdg View Post
            Stop bringing shit like this into football threads. Consider this a warning.
            Now that’s one.
            Since Day One

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            • #21
              Vander Esch looks like the human form of date rape.

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              • #22
                2-Cent Mock: Writers Go WR-Heavy With Updated 7-Round Mock Draft

                Friday, April 13, 2018 5:04 PM CDT


                FRISCO, Texas – The NFL Draft is less than two weeks away as the Cowboys continue their draft meetings and finalize their preparation for the April 26-28 event here at AT&T Stadium.

                The writers of DallasCowboys.com have completed their second of three personalized mock drafts for all seven Cowboys picks, including No. 19 overall.

                Below are the predictions and analysis from Bryan Broaddus, David Helman, Rob Phillips and Nick Eatman:

                RD (PK) DAVID NICK BRYAN ROB
                1 (19) D.J. Moore
                WR, Maryland Read
                Courtland Sutton
                WR, SMU
                Calvin Ridley
                WR, Alabama
                Rashaan Evans
                LB, Alabama
                2 (18) Josey Jewel
                LB, Iowa
                Malik Jefferson
                LB, Texas
                Josey Jewel
                LB, Iowa Read
                Michael Gallup
                WR, Colorado St. Read
                3 (17) Terrell Edmunds
                S, Virginia Tech Read
                Nyheim Hines
                RB, NC State Read
                Tarvarius Moore
                S, So. Miss Read
                Braden Smith
                G, Auburn Read
                4 (16) Ito Smith
                RB, Southern Miss Read
                D.J. Reed
                CB, Kansas State Read
                Mike White QB
                Western Kentucky
                Nyheim Hines
                ​RB, NC State
                4 (37) Scott Quessenberry
                OL, UCLA Read
                Ian Thomas
                TE, Indiana Read
                Cole Madison
                G, Wash. State Read
                Rashaan Gaulden
                S, Tennessee
                5 (34) Micah Kiser
                LB, Virginia Read
                Joseph Noteboom
                OT, TCU Read
                Breeland Speaks
                DT, Mississippi Read
                Tyler Conklin
                TE, Cent. Mich. Read
                6 (19) Poona Ford
                DT, Texas
                Trayvon Henderson
                S, Hawaii
                Ito Smith
                RB, So. Miss
                Eddy Wilson
                DT, Purdue
                6 (36) Arrion Springs
                CB, Oregon
                Tejan Koromo
                C/G, BYU Read
                Kenny Young
                LB, UCLA
                Riley Ferguson
                QB, Memphis
                6 (34) Logan Woodside
                QB, Toledo
                P.J. Hall
                DT, Sam Houston St. Read
                Tejan Koroma
                C/G, BYU Read
                Tre’ Williams
                LB, Auburn
                7 (18) Marcus Baugh
                TE, Ohio State Read
                Matt Linehan
                QB, Idaho Read
                Justin Lawler
                DE, SMU Read
                Christian DiLauro
                T, Illinois

                David's 2-Cent Draft:

                RD (PK) PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
                1 (19) D.J. Moore WR Alabama
                2 (18) Josey Jewel LB Iowa
                3 (17) Terrell Edmunds S S Virginia Tech
                4 (16) Ito Smith RB Southern Mississippi
                4 (37) Scott Quessenberry OL UCLA
                5 (34) Micah Kiser LB Virginia
                6 (19) Poona Ford DT Texas
                6 (36) Arrion Springs CB Oregon
                6 (34) Logan Woodside QB Toledo
                7 (18) Marcus Baugh TE Ohio State

                David's Analysis:

                If I had to bet on it, I still think a linebacker is going to be the 19th overall pick. But with two weeks until the draft, I wanted to take a look at what an offensive draft would look like. One way or another, the Cowboys need to address the future of their receiver corps, and D.J. Moore would give them a physical and versatile playmaker. Linebacker is still a huge need, and I think Jewell is a readymade contributor at middle linebacker. From there, I’m strictly filling needs. Edmunds would fill out the safety depth chart and could potentially compete for playing time. The Cowboys need a third running back who can fill the third down role, and Smith can do that. Quessenberry can provide depth to the interior offensive line, while Kiser and Ford can do the same for their respective units. Like I said last time, I expect the Cowboys to pick up a developmental quarterback, and drafting Woodside would prevent them from getting into a free agency bidding war.

                Nick's 2-Cent Draft:

                RD (PK) PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
                1 (19) Courtland Sutton WR SMU
                2 (18) Malik Jefferson LB Texas
                3 (17) Nyheim Hines RB NC State
                4 (16) D.J. Reed CB Kansas State
                4 (37) Ian Thomas TE Indiana
                5 (34) Joseph Noteboom T TCU
                6 (19) Trayvon Henderson S Hawaii
                6 (36) Tejan Koromo BYU BYU
                6 (34) P.J. Hall DT Sam Houston State
                7 (18) Matt Linehan QB Idaho
                Nick's Analysis:

                After having Payne in the last mock, I’ll switch to Sutton because I think he’s probably similar in what Dez Bryant brought to the team. Sutton has the big frame and catch ability in the red zone. He’s not as explosive, to me, but he can still get this team over the hump. I’ll stick with Jefferson, Hines and Thomas, although I moved the first two up a round. Hines is so dynamic, as his Thomas at his position. This might be a little more of an offensive draft than the Cowboys are willing to go. Don’t be surprised to see Linehan on this team, either drafted or as a free agent. He should be able to know his dad’s offense rather quickly.

                Bryan's 2-Cent Draft:

                RD (PK) PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
                1 (19) Calvin Ridley WR Alabama
                2 (18) Josey Jewel LB Iowa
                3 (17) Tarvarius Moore S Southern Mississippi
                4 (16) Mike White QB Washington State
                4 (37) Cole Madison G West Virginia
                5 (34) Breeland Speaks DT Mississippi
                6 (19) Ito Smith RB Southern Mississippi
                6 (36) Kenny Young LB UCLA
                6 (34 Tejan Koroma C/G BYU
                7 (18) Justin Lawler DE SMU
                Bryan's Analysis:

                Even with all the Dez Bryant news, the front office still visited both Calvin Ridley, DJ Moore and James Washington as part of their 30 Visits. They have also worked out Courtland Sutton and DJ Chark. Plus they’ve signed Allen Hurns and Deonte Thompson. There is clearly something up here. If the Cowboys want Ridley they will have to worry about the Ravens and Seahawks ahead of them. Ravens taking the player or Seahawks trading out of the pick. I love Jewel as a player. He’s a tackling machine as a MIKE. His playing speed is better than timed so this is a gamble on my part. They might not like him as much as I do. Taravius Moore is a true free safety that plays with outstanding range. They took a gamble on a quarterback three years ago in the 4th round - - Mike White should be talked about more. Cole Madison played tackle at Washington State but looks to be a better fit inside. Like how he plays on his feet. Breeland Speaks tape in 2016 was better than 2017. When he keeps his pad level down he can be hard to block. Ito Smith is a better Lance Dunbar but will need to improve his pass blocking. Kenny Young is a physical linebacker that runs well. Tejan Koromo is short but powerful. Justin Lawler is a local kid that has some pass rush ability off the edge.
                Rob's 2-Cent Draft:

                RD (PK) PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
                1 (19) Rashaan Evans LB Alabama
                2 (18) Michael Gallup WR Colorado St.
                3 (17) Braden Smith G Auburn
                4 (16) Nyheim Hines RB NC State
                4 (37) Rashaan Gaulden S Tennessee
                5 (34) Tyler Conklin TE Central Michigan
                6 (19) Eddy Wilson DT Purdue
                6 (36) Riley Ferguson QB Memphis
                6 (34) Tre’ Williams LB Auburn
                7 (18) Christian DiLauro T Illinois
                Rob's Analysis:

                The Cowboys still need linebacker depth, even with the Joe Thomas signing and Jaylon Smith’s continued progression. I went with Vander Esch in my first mock, but who knows, maybe this is finally the year the Cowboys take a high pick on a Bama star. Evans is a big-time talent with range to run and make plays in a 4-3 scheme like Dallas’ system. The Cowboys have taken a closer look at some of the top receivers in this class, and Gallup has a nice combination of frame and speed for the next level. The Cowboys covered themselves at guard by signing Marcus Martin and re-signing Joe Looney, and they could always move La’el Collins back inside. But for a potential long-term solution, Smith is one of the better guard prospects in the draft who might have some tackle flexibility, too. Hines and Conklin would add more options for Dak Prescott in the passing game, and Gaulden is a versatile safety/corner prospect who played against top college competition. At the combine, Jerry Jones said the Cowboys would prefer to find another young backup quarterback over bringing in a veteran, and although they like Cooper Rush as Prescott’s primary reserve, maybe they take a flier in later rounds on someone like Ferguson, who has a big arm and put up big numbers at Memphis.

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                • #23
                  If we take Sutton in the first I'm throwing shit and getting kicked out of the draft


                  edit: same with Evans
                  2018 DCC Super Bowl Bingo Champion

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by jsmith6919 View Post
                    If we take Sutton in the first I'm throwing shit and getting kicked out of the draft


                    edit: same with Evans
                    Unless we trade down I agree. Maybe even then.
                    I was on the draft LVE train. I was for trading for Amari before it happened.
                    'nuff said

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by lostxn View Post
                      Unless we trade down I agree. Maybe even then.
                      Unless it's a trade down into the mid second I will make a scene, that's what Goodell gets for letting me win tickets to day 1
                      2018 DCC Super Bowl Bingo Champion

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by jsmith6919 View Post
                        Unless it's a trade down into the mid second I will make a scene, that's what Goodell gets for letting me win tickets to day 1
                        Boo that fucking cunt. Wear one of these shirts:



                        You can borrow mine matter of fact.

                        https://store.barstoolsports.com/pro...ant=6309476419
                        I was on the draft LVE train. I was for trading for Amari before it happened.
                        'nuff said

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Iamtdg View Post
                          Stop bringing shit like this into football threads. Consider this a warning.
                          Thank you. I'm getting really tired of this schlock.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by jsmith6919 View Post
                            If we take Sutton in the first I'm throwing shit and getting kicked out of the draft


                            edit: same with Evans
                            I'm not big on any WRs in the first this year, this team needs bodies on defense. Nobody on defense I'm thrilled with at Dallas' position in the first either, I'd rather trade down and acquire some more picks.

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