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Defense: 4-3

*James Lynch

DT Baylor-

6-3.5, 289, Split-1.73, 

(U) 5.01,   


Jeff Gladney


QB, WR, CB, DB, LB, QB, CB, TE, CB, WR,  

2019 Picks: 

2-48: Erik McCoy, OC Texas A&M
Chauncey Gardner-Johnson  FS FLA
6-177 Saquan Hampton, DB Rutgers
7-231 Alize Mack, TE Notre Dame
7-244 Kaden Elliss, LB Idaho

2018 Picks: 

1 (14) Marcus Davenport, DE UTSA.
3 (91) Tre’Quan Smith, WR UCF.
4 (127) Rick Leonard, OL, FLA ST
5 (164) Natrell Jamerson S Wisconsin
6 (189) Kamrin Moore, CB, BC
6-201 Boston Scott, RB Louisiana T.
7 (245) Will Clapp, OC/OC, LSU.

Key F.A. Signed:  

Emmanuel Sanders WR

Andrus Peat OG

Michael Burton FB

Noah Spence DE

Justin Hardee CB

DJ Swearinger FS

Malcolm Jenkins DB

Key F.A:  
Michael Thomas, WR

Drew Brees, QB

Taysom Hill, QB

Ted Ginn Jr WR
Cameron Meredith WR
Zach Line, FB
David Onyemata, DT
Ken Crawley, CB
Marcus Sherels CB
Kayvon Webster CB
P.J. Williams CB
Vonn Bell FS

Key F, A, Lost:

Teddy Bridgewater QB

Keith Kirkwood WR

A.J. Klein ILB

Eli Apple CB

Eli Apple CB

The Team: The Saints have a great offense, as long as Drew Brees can hold on. I was thiiisss close to not giving Fromm to the Pats. I was worried about losing Albert-O. Then I opened up the The Mother, and there he was going to the Pats at Pick 47, after they traded down with Atlanta. So there was more a review of Fromm if he went to the Pats a pick 87 like I planned to do, then of Fromm himself. But then I went on the rant about how the Pats have to "Decimate for Dexter." 

So the Saints ended up without the next dude backing up Brees. So they gotta get him a weapon instead. The older the QB gets the more weapons he needs that make him better. Like Brady last year. He did not have one single weapon on Offense, expect maybe James White and Sony Michel, that made him better. And disaster ensued. Brees is breezing down that river and reaching that waterfall as well.  

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: Lynch is the most versatile DL in this Draft, who has that knack for hitting the quarterback. He can rush from the edge and at DT. They often put him inside at NT. He is a pure freak who is going to cause a lot of disruption and garner a lot of sacks in the NFL. 
He can run the Arc, with power and a nice elbow to knock the OLT’s hands off his shirt. He can Dip and Rip, though not as low as you like because of his height. However, his size, length and strength more than make up for it. 
13.5 Sacks was a huge number for him in 2019. But he was not as good against the run, with only 23 solo tackles. He takes on blocks well in the run game but will struggle to shed and make the tackle. 
He is better when he is moving, like in the rush. Flashes explosion and burst in rush. Elite get off and when he combos that with his hands flashing the OLT hands aside, he can almost get to the QB before he hands the ball off. When he wins the hand fight outside, he gets to the QB as fast as anyone. At his size that makes him an elite weapon in pass defense. 
His stats in run game are a little inaccurate. When they line him up inside at DT or NT, he gets doubled almost every time. Consistently beats the OLT outside. Twitchy, active, flashing-hands moving forward. Can play on Strongside. Great swim over ORT. 
Great size. Huge for a DE. Flashes explosion outside. Really looks the part. He played inside and outside. Natural passrusher. Let blockers get their hands into his body too much in 2018, and greatly improved in 2019. Really improved in the rush. Tough and skilled run stuffer. Great long arms. 

The Player: Combine: He is a big guy. He was the Big-12 Defensive player of the year. 1st Team All-American. He can get to the QB from all D-line positions. Better bursting forward. Nice pedal. A little high. 4-bag drill: Good feet high stepping. Nice moving forward to back. Good bend. Heavy hands. Nice bend. He can flatten. Hoops Drill: Nice lean. Agile. He is a freakish athlete for his great size. Explosive. Great Change OF Direction for a dude his size. Fast and heavy hands. Powerful legs filled with power and burst. Quick changing directions. Straight ahead player. 

The Reason: The Saints have to continue to make their Defense stronger if they want to win it all. Getting Emmanuelle Sanders allows them to take a chance on a great versatile DL. He can back up all four DL positions as a rookie. 

James is a superb athlete. He played inside and outside with equal aplomb. He played in an Odd-Front that was odd. He lined up outside and rushed the passer relentless. He has the size of 5-Tech, but really played more on the Edge in odd fronts.  He will be more of an inside player, because of his Forty, in the NFL. 

Second Choice: Jalen Hurts QB





Defense: 4-3

*Netane Muti

OG Fresno ST

6-3, 315, Rs-Jr,

31 3/4"Arm, 44 Reps! 


  C.J. Henderson



*Yetur Gross-Matos

Edge Penn ST


Antonio Gandy-Golden-

WR Liberty


2018 Picks:

1 Garrett Bradbury OC N. Carolina ST
2-50 Irv Smith Jr., TE Alabama
3 Alexander Mattison, RB Boise ST
4-114 Dru Samia, OG Oklahoma
5-162 Cameron Smith, LB USC
6-190 Armon Watts, DT Arkansas
6-191 Marcus Epps, DB Wyoming
6-193 Oli Udoh, OT Elon
7-217 Kris Boyd, CB Texas
7-239 Dillon Mitchell, WR Oregon
7 Olabisi Johnson, WR Colorado ST
7-250 Austin Cutting, LS Air Force

2018 Picks:

1 (30) Mike Hughes, CB, UCF

2 (62) Brian O’Neill, OT Pittsburgh

4 (102) Jaylin Holmes, DE, Ohio ST

5-157 Tyler Conklin, TE C. Michigan

5 (167) Daniel Carlson, K , Auburn

6 Colby Gossett OG Appalachian ST

6 (218) Ade Aruna, DE, Tulane

7 (225) Devante Downs, LB, Cal  

Key F.A. Signed:

Tajae Sharpe, WR

Brent Jones OC

Rashod Hill OG

Dakota Dozier OT

Michael Pierce DT 

Dan Bailey K

Key F.A.:   
Mackensie Alexander CB

Anthony Harris S

Key F.A. Lost:

Stefon Diggs WR

Laquon Treadwell WR

Key F.A. Lost:

Stephen Weatherly DE

Linval Joseph DT

Trae Waynes CB

Mackensie Alexander CB

Jayron Kearse DB

Andrew Sendejo SS

The Team: Vikings like to take  the best athlete available. OGs can be good athletes!

The Reason: Muti is a small school wunderkind. He is strong as OX. He played some OLT as a sophomore, but could fill in there in an emergency. He has that agility, feet and slide. But his short arms will keep him starting inside at OLG. Reminds me of Logan Manikins. Plays with exceptional balance. Natural power in lower legs to drive block DT out of harms way. 

Heavy hands to fight, punch and grab. Terrific feet pulling outside. He has great quick feet that help him in every block. Plays with great contact balance, and doesn't get knocked off his feet very often. Does a nice job switching from pass pro to run blocking when he sees the QB take off. Great puncher and powerful legs to knock the DT back almost off his feet, and twists him inside with that powerful left cross. 

He has medical issue. Ruptured his Achilles, and with the plaque on the rise, who knows if he will be ready to play next season. Nice pop and seal. Plays well at arms length. He can take the outside shoulder of the big DT, turn and seal him. Good athlete. Nice quicks sliding outside in zone block and holding the DT up. Bouncy and light on his feet before the injury. Superb athlete. Quick hands and feet against the stunt. TMIWHTMILH. 

Terrific in pass pro. Strong balanced and plays with a great base. He started two games at OLT in 2018 and it shows up against DTs. He can grab the DT in pass pro and just stop him cold. Impressive feel for position, leverage and hands. Great sinking his hips and stay and play low moving back. He dominated in pass pro against USC, which is a much bigger and more talented school. 

2019 (Junior): Appeared in three games before suffering a season-ending injury … started against USC, Minnesota and Sacramento State … was voted a team captain at the beginning of the season ... declared for the 2020 NFL Draft at the conclusion of the season.
2018 (Sophomore): Started the first two games of the season at left tackle before suffering a season-ending injury during the second half of the Sept. 8 contest at Minnesota ... named to preseason Polynesian College Football Player of the Year watch list
2017 (Redshirt Freshman): All-Mountain West honorable mention selection … started all 14 games … member of an offensive line unit that ranked third in the nation in sacks allowed, having allowed just 10 sacks all season, a clip of 0.71 per game … the unit ranked third in the nation in tackles for loss allowed, having allowed 46 TFLs, a rate of 3.29 TFLs allowed per game … the offensive line helped hold six opponents without a sack over the season’s 14 games while the maximum allowed was two, recorded by Alabama (Sept. 9) and Boise State (Dec. 2) ... the Fresno State offensive line didn’t allow a tackle for loss in a crucial 27-3 win over San Diego State, marking the first time a Fresno State O-line did not allow a tackle for loss in a game since Sept. 10, 2011 at Nebraska … the Bulldogs, who averaged 155.0 yards on the ground, ran for 2,170 yards on the season – the most since 2014.

Second Choice: Levi Onwuzurike DT



Defense: 3-4


Robert Hunt

ORG/ORT Louisiana

6-5323, 33 1/2"Arms, 10 3/4"Hands, 


*Ross Blacklock-



*Trevon Diggs-

CB Alabama



2019 Picks:

1-23 Tytus Howard OLT Alabama ST
2-54 Lonnie Johnson, CB Kentucky
2-55 Max Scharping, OT N. Illinois
3-86 Kahale Warrin, TE San Diego
5-161 Charles Omenihu, DE Texas
195 Xavier Crawford CB C. Michigan
7-220 Cullen Gillaspia RB TexasA&M

2018 Picks:

3 (68) Justin Reid, SS Stanford
3 (80) Martinas Rankin, OC, Miss ST
3 (98) Jordan Akins, TE, UCF
4 (103) Keke Coutee WR Texas Tech
6-177 Duke Ejiofor DE Wake Forest
6 Jordan Thomas TE Mississippi ST
6 -214 Peter Kalambayl, DE Stanford.
7 Jermaine Kelly, DB San Jose ST

Key F.A. Signed:  
Randell Cobb WR

Roderick Johnson OL

Brent Qvale ORT

Jaylen Watkins FS

Eric Murray FS

Vernon Hargreaves CB
Key F.A.:
A.J. McCarron, QB

Carlos Hyde, RB
Matt Kalil, OT
Lamar Miller, RB 

Whitney Mercilus OLB/DE

Johnathan Joseph, CB
Bradley Roby, CB

Jahleel Addae, S

Key F.A. Lost:
Taiwan Jones RB

D.J. Reader, NT/DT
DeAndre Hopkins WR

Jaylen Watkins CB

The Team: Houston made some investments in the O-line. But more at tackle than OG. They had to play two OTs inside at Guard, including the ORT they drafted out of Northern Illinois Max Scharping. Both played well in pass pro, obviously. But struggled to dig out D-tackles in the run game. Getting a starting OLG would be a bad thing for this team. 

They have him play one on one all game on the QB’s right. He is so good in finesse press. He turns his hips in a flash and runs sideways stride for stride with the number one WR. Very aware player, who scooped up a fumble behind the DL in one endzone and took off for 100-plus yard return. Terrific hips to snap back turn and run in the Slot. He loses when things get rough. 

The Reason: Hunt is an ORG, who also played ORT, like Muti played OLT. So he is adept in pass pro in space, which makes pass pro inside seem easier. Great hands in  pass pro. He will get high and get himself out of balance sometimes. Not a big mover. He was a stand and fight, and doesn't chase when the DL runs inside. He clearly would be better in a phone booth. 

He played both OLG and OLT in 2017. He had two starts at OLT and nine at OLG. Last season he played ORT as well. So he can play four OL position. The question is how well. He did not look to me like he could play OLT in the NFL to me. But in an emergency he could be the last resort.

He will get lost in space sometimes. Smooth quick feet sliding back. Smooth quick kickslide. Keeps low and wide. He keeps his hands up, and will leave them wide as well. Team refuse to rush his lane whenever possible. Powerful blocker. He can get one hand into the chest of the DL and push him back three yards and drive him outside, with hand in his chest. 

Nice job getting to the 2nd level and hitting the LB. When he grabs the DL in front of him it is over. He will hop up off the snap sometimes, but then grab shirt and slide back. Nice balance, feet and ease of movement back at ORT. Powerful hands and arms to pull the big rusher up, and not let him get low and balanced until the whistle. 

Too often holds his position and doesn't block anyway. He will allow the D-end to stunt free inside of him and not touch him. He give a heavy impact on short yardage and can knock the D-end back a few yards instantly. He started 22 games at OLG his first two seasons. Started seven games at ORT in 2019.  

He is very good at popping and sealing the DT. Very quick and explosive off the snap. Sometimes too quick. He can burst forward past the DE, and almost miss him. He sometimes has to slide back into position after moving too quickly forward. Twitchy. Very strong. Aggressive.  Does not lose to big rushers in pass pro. 

2019 Season (Redshirt Senior): Started in the first seven games of the season before missing the second half of the season due to injury…Despite the injury, was still named First Team All-Sun Belt and First Team All-Louisiana…He was invited to the 2020 Reese's Senior Bowl, the first Ragin' Cajun to be invited to the postseason all-star game since Tracey Walker, and was recognized by Pro Football Focus as a Midseason Second Team All-America selection…Helped pave the way for a Louisiana ground attack which finished the year ranked third nationally in yards per carry (6.28), fourth nationally in rushing touchdowns (42), sixth nationally in rushing yards per game (257.4) and seventh nationally in total rushing yards (3,604)…Part of an offensive line that ranked fifth nationally and first in the Sun Belt in sacks allowed (1.07)…Named to Preseason First Teams by the Sun Belt, Phil Steele and Athlon Sports…Invited to the 2020 NFL Combine.
2018 Season (Redshirt Junior): Played and started all 14 games during the year…Was named an All-Sun Belt Second Team selection…Paved the way for one of the best rushing attacks in the conference which produced three 700+-yard rushers.
2017 Season (Redshirt Sophomore): Played and started in 11 games...Was the starting left guard in nine games...Made two starts at left tackle, ULM (9/23) and Idaho (10/7)...Was a driving force for the Ragin' Cajuns offensive line that helped lead Louisiana to the third best rushing attack in the Sun Belt Conference...Earned second letter.
2016 Season (Redshirt Freshman): Named the starter at left guard after spring practice and started in all 13 games for the Ragin' Cajuns...Earned first letter.

Second Choice: Lamar Jackson CB

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Defense: 4-3

Akeem Davis-Gaither

LB Appalachian State

6-1, 224, 31.1"Arm, 21 Reps, 


*Henry Ruggs III- 

WR Alabama


**K’Lavon Chaisson

Edge LSU


*Cam Akers


Edge, DT, WR, RB? DL, LB, CB, DB, OL, LB, 

2019 Picks:

1-4 Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson
1-24 Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama
1-27 Johnathan Abram SS, Miss ST
2-40 Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson
4-106 Maxx Crosby DE, E. Michigan
4-129 Isaiah Johnson, CB, Houston
4-137 Foster Moreau, TE, LSU
5 Hunter Renfrow, WR, Clemson
7-230 Quinton Bell, DE Prairie View

2018 Picks:

1 (24) Gareon Conley, CB, Ohio State
2 (56) Obi Melifonwu, FS, UConn
3 (88) Eddie Vanderdoes, DT, UCLA
4 (129) David Sharpe, OL, Florida
5 (168) Marquel Lee LB Wake Forest
7 (221) Shalom Luani, DB, Wash ST
7 (231) Jylan Ware, OL, Alabama ST
7 (242) Elijah Hood, RB, UNC
7 (244) Treyvon Hester, DT, Toledo

Key F.A. Signed:

Marcus Mariota, QB

Jordan Howard RB

Rod Smith RB

Nelson Agholor WR

Jojo Natson WR

Jason Witten TE

Nick O'Leary TE

Andrew Whitworth OLT?

Eric Kush OG

A'Shawn Robinson DT

Maliek Collins DT  

Carl Nassib DE

Cory Littleton ILB

Nick Kwiatkoski ILB

Leonard Floyd OLB

Jeff Heath DB

Eli Apple CB

Key F.A.: 

Vontaze Burfict LB
Isaiah Crowell RB
Mike Glennon QB
Denzell Good OT
Ryan Grant WR
Dwayne Harris WR
Richie Incognito OG
Karl Joseph S
Nevin Lawson CB
Brandon Marshall LB
Doug Martin RB
Benson Mayowa DE
Jalen Richard RB
DeAndre Washington RB
Kyle Wilber LB
Daryl Worley CB

Key F.A. Lost:

Tahir Whitehead OLB

Michael Brockers DT

Marqui Christian DB/ST

Karl Joseph SS

The Team: They need some speed in their Defense. Burfict has been a burst. Slow and injured. The two young LBs who stepped in for him both suck in coverage. They are forward movers only, who get lost in space. They have to get an impact player on the 2nd level. They cannot improve their defense without more than one improvement at LB in coverage. Desperate times call for desperate small school speedy Linebackers that they can plug and play, I think that's how the saying goes. 

The Player: Davis-Gaither is a great space athlete. Great feel for space and balance. This is a perfect fit. I had him as the 2nd choice with their third pick. And then put him here before I realized I had him almost going to them at Pick 81. He will not bust because he moves like a special teams captain in space. Spies the QB sometimes, and dances too much. 

Flashes outside on the Option to pick up the WR when the QB fakes to him. Sneak sup to the LOS with good timing to blitz. Slaps off the WR's block and then can Rip through the TE to get to the QB behind the line, or the RB on the Toss, when he is lined up as the Will. 

He will charge into the backfield staring at the QB and let the RB run past him on the Draw, but has great quicks turning and spinning back to hit the RB in the back and get in on the tackle. Talk about a click and close for an LB. He burst five yard behind the LOS, and from the seam to the Numbers in a click as quick as the the QB throwing the ball. Struggled against South Carolina.  

He will slip outside and cover the RB sneaking out of the backfield. Great mover in space. Looks like a Safety moving in space and covering the RB out of the backfield. Good job following the QB's eyes in zone over the middle. He can really move out in space in coverage. When he is in the Slot, he can flash past the outside WR slamming down to block him, and get to the slot WR slipping out to the numbers for the bubble screen, and tackle him a couple yards short of the LOS. 

Explosive mover in space. Love his eyes. Rare speed. Excellent athlete. Looks like a Special Teams maven on steroids. Quick. Active. Athletic. Instinctual. Run and hit linebacker. Once he stops moving the blocker wins. When he swipes and slaps their hands off without stopping is when he is effective.
Great hands and balance. He can pop the TE up, and then pull and twist him to the ground. Then line up on the seam in front of the slot WR. Great versatility in the defense. He could line up at any LB position, can rush from the Edge, and looks to me like he could play Safety as well. More of a zone dropper than man cover guy. Good not great hands taking on blockers. 

Smart player who appeared to make the checks and calls for the defense, sometimes. I can find no evidence that he was a special teams player, but he will certainly start out as a special team in the NFL. He looks like a special teams maven. Half-Safety and half-Linebacker, and can do anything athletically in-between. Quick and active. Aggressive. Excellent range. Moves through space like a shadow. Great burst forward. Sees it and attacks it quick. Natural knee bender. 
Career: Received All-America recognition (fourth team, Phil Steele) and Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year as a senior to close career in which he totaled 258 tackles, 28.0 tackles for loss, 8.0 sacks, 18 passes defended (with one interception and 17 PBUs), two forced fumbles and one blocked field goal (to end a 34-31 win at North Carolina) … First-team All-Sun Belt as a senior and second-team All-Sun Belt as a junior … Playing in 55 games over five seasons, was on teams that went a combined 54-12 with a 5-0 bowl record and four straight conference titles … Named a Top 100 draft prospect by the Athletic and named to the Reese’s Senior Bowl as a senior … Made watch lists for the Butkus and Bednarik awards … Named the Sun Belt’s hardest hitter by Street & Smith ... Part of just the fifth class in college football history to win five bowl games and four conference championships, joining five-year classes from Nebraska (1969-73), Alabama (1975-79), Florida State (1991-95) and Marshall (1988-2002).
2019: All-America selection (fourth-team, Phil Steele), Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year and first-team All-Sun Belt after posting 104 tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss, 5.0 sacks, eight PBUs, one interception (in the second half of the 34-31 win at North Carolina) and one blocked field goal (to end the UNC win) … Team captain for five games as App State went 13-1 to become the first FBS program from North Carolina or the first Sun Belt team to win 13 games … PFF College credited him with 23 quarterback pressures during the regular season … Ranked fourth nationally among non-DBs in 2019 with eight PBUs … In App State's four closest regular-season games, totaled 44 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, three PBUs, one interception and one field goal block … Then recorded 19 tackles in the Mountaineers' two postseason victories … In addition to his 10 tackles, second-half interception and game-ending block at UNC, posted 2.5 tackles for loss with one sack, two PBUs and a forced holding penalty on the game's final play in the 20-15 victory at South Carolina … Named Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Week after posting 11 tackles and 2.5 tackles for loss, including half a sack, in the 17-7 win against a Louisiana team that was leading the country in rushing … Posted a career-high 16 tackles against Georgia Southern.
2018: Second-team All-Sun Belt selection … Outside linebacker started all 13 games and had a team-leading 105 tackles, 10.0 tackles for loss, seven pass breakups, 1.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and three quarterback hurries for a defense that ranked fourth nationally in points allowed per game … Ranked No. 3 in the Sun Belt by averaging 9.0 tackles per game in league play during the regular season … Tied for No. 8 nationally among non-DBs with the seven pass breakups … Had three games with at least 14 tackles, highlighted by a 15-tackle, one-sack effort in a regular season win against Louisiana. Had 29 stops over two games thanks to a 14-tackle game against Arkansas State before the first Louisiana game and added 14 stops against Troy in a regular season finale that determined the Sun Belt’s East Division title.

Second Choice: Reggie Robinson. CB




Defense: 3-4

Reggie Robinson-

 CB, Tulsa

6-7/8", 205, (U) 4.45,

10'2"Broad! 36" Vert,

7.09 3-Cone, 4.18 SS, 

31 1/2"Arms, 22 Reps,


*Patrick Queen



Brycen Hopkins

H-back Purdue


Collin Johnson

WR Texas

LB, TE, Edge, CB, OT, DL. DT. WR, LB, 

2019 Picks:

11-25 Marquise Brown, WR OK
3-Jaylon Ferguson DE Louisiana T
3-93 Miles Boykin, WR ND
4-113 Justice Hill, RB Oklahoma ST
4-123 Ben Powers, OG Oklahoma
4-127 Iman Marshall, CB USC
5-160 Daylon Mack, DT T. A&M
6-197 Trace McSorley, QB Penn ST

2018 Picks:

1-25 Hayden Hurst TE S. Carolina
1-32 Lamar Jackson, QB Louisville
3 (83) Orlando Brown Jr, OL, OK
3 (86) Mark Andrews, TE, OK
4 Anthony Averett, CB Alabama
4 (122) Kenny Young, LB, UCLA.
4 Jaleel Scott, WR, New Mexico
5 (162) Jordan Lasley, WR, UCLA.
6 (190) DeShon Elliott, SS, Texas.
6 (212) Greg Senat, OL, Wagner.
6 Bradley Bozeman, OC Alabama
7 (238) Zach Sieler, DE Ferris ST

Key FA Signed:

Michael Brockers DT

Derek Wolfe DL

Key F.A.:

Gus Edwards, RB

Matt Skura, OC

Alex Lewis OG

Shane Ray DE/OLB

Pernell McPhee DE/OLB

Matthew Judon DE/OLB

Patrick Onwuasor LB

Jimmy Smith, CB

Brandon Carr CB 

Tony Jefferson SS

Key F.A. Lost:

Michael Pierce DT

Seth Roberts WR

Hayden Hurst TE

The Team: The Ravens have to get a Corner and play Nickel behind their two veteran dudes, Humphrey's and Brandon Carr, and be ready to step in for one in a year or two if one takes the money and runs. Jimmy Smith seems to be looking for too much money for the Ravens. 

The Player: Robinson is a small school Press Corner, who has some great loose hips to snap outside. Great feet machine-gunning back and then the instant turn and hop back. He has NFL hips. He will zone the flat sometimes. Excellent athlete. Smooth and fluid hips. Good ball athlete. He can make a play on the ball, but his hands are not soft, reliable or consistent. But his great quick feet, hips, speed and eyes, get him into position to make plays on the ball. But he is not an elite ball athlete. 

Struggles to catch the ball. His INT against Syracuse, he tipped it 5 or 6 times before he caught it. Great feet, hips, and speed athlete. Explosive inside burst to get infront of WR on his release, and force the WR to smash into him, and the route is done. Nice quick twitch hops to stay in front of WR and take him out of his pattern. Quick COD. Great closing speed. Sticks to the WR like glue.  

Great quick feet to shuttle infront of the WR and take him out of his release off the line before it starts. He has some ball skills. He can go stride for stride with the great Division One WR, and make a play on the ball in the air, and knock the ball out. Good timing when to slap at the ball. Needs to look back a little sooner. Sticky. Didn't look out of place against big school players.

He will drop back when his WR doesn't leave the LOS of scrimmage and spy the QB's eyes. Nice job moving back and getting into the passing lane behind him. He can leap into the passing lane and tip the ball, and then grab it for the INT. Nice balls skills. Hands can be a little shaky. Smart. instinctive. Quick reflexes. Fakes the blitz, and when he sees the RB bouncing to his side he is explosive making the pulling OG miss, and diving into the RB's feet. Explosive. Good tackler. Flashy and aggressive getting to the RB on the edge. 

Combine: He has the physicality to play some FS. Nice ball skills. 4 INTs. He made some dough at the Combine. Great quick feet. Stays and plays low and mean. Nice ability to sink hips. Fluid and easy hips. He looked twitchy at the Combine. He made a ton of money at the Combine. 

TULSA: A three-year letterwinner … has played in 33 career games and has 22 starts ... has 94 tackles, 21 pass break-ups, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and three blocked kicks in his career.
2018: Played in eight games and had four starts … had 19 tackles and five pass break-ups … started his first game at Houston and also started vs. #23 USF, Navy and SMU … missed four games, including UCA, Arkansas, Tulane and UConn … had his 3rd career blocked kick by blocking a PAT at Navy, then was pitched the ball and ran 97 yards for a defensive 2-point conversion, and also had 3 stops in that game … had five stops and two pass break-ups at Houston … tallied three stops and two pass breakups at Temple … totaled six tackles and one pass break-up against SMU.
2017: Played in all 12 games and started 11 games … did not start vs. New Mexico … had 38 tackles, including 32 solos and 2.5 TFLs for -9 yards, and a team-high nine pass break-ups … had a career-best eight tackles at Toledo … totaled 5 tackles, one PBU and one blocked PAT against Navy … was credited with three stops and one pass break-up vs. No. 21 Memphis … totaled five tackles, all solos, two TFLs for - 7 yards and two PBUs against No. 23 USF … tallied three tackles and two pass break-ups against Temple.

Second Choice: Damien Lewis ORG




*Jalen Hurts

QB Alabama

6-1, 222, (O) 4.49, 

10'5"Broad! 35"Vert!

31 3/4"Arm,


*Jalen Reagor



*Justin Madubuike

DL Texas A&M

QB, RB! LB, WR, DL, ORT, TE, QB, OLB,, Nickel, OL, CB, TE,

2019 Picks:

1-19 Jeffery Simmons, DT Miss ST
2-51 A.J. Brown, WR Ole Miss
3-82 Nate Davis, OG Charlotte
4-116 Amani Hooker, FS Iowa
5-168 D’Andre Walker, LB Georgia
6-188 David Long Jr, LB WVU

2018 Picks:

1 (22) Rashaan Evans, ILB, Alabama
2 (41) Harold Landry, DE, BC
5 (152) Dane Crulkshank, FS, Arizona.
6-199 Luke Falk, QB, Washington ST

Key F.A. Signed:

Ryan Tannehill QB

MyCole Pruitt, TE

Vic Beasley, OLB

Chris Milton CB

Key F.A.:

Tajae Sharpe, WR
Derrick Henry, RB
Ryan Hewitt, FB
Auston Pasztor, OT

Brent Urban, DT

Wesley Woodyard, LB

Kamalei Correa, LB
Deontae Skinner OLB
Logan Ryan, CB
Leshaun Sims, CB

Key F.A. Lost:

Marcus Mariota, QB

Dion Lewis RB

Jack Conklin ORT

The Team: Is it just me, or does anyone else think Hurts could run that wacky Titan Offense better than Tannehill? He can make that zone option throw outside as well as Tannehill. Plus, can you imagine running the Option with Hurts and Henry. Hurts would run for 15-20 yards every time, and Henry would destroy the middle of the Defense. Yikes. 

The Player: Hurts made himself a draftable QB this year. He still relies on his legs too much for an NFL QB, but he can throw in rhythm with NFL timing more and more. He can hit his outside WR 45-yards down field over the top of the D. He can ruin a game plan when he just keeps running the ball every time. If he can’t rely on his arm he can’t play in the NFL. He relied on his arm more last season. 
He still runs too much. He is throwing better as the games goes on. He still trusts his legs more than his arms but he can throw it. Great foot athlete. He can do anything on his feet. Great clutch QB who comes up big in big games. He has an NFL arm. He found his WRs better and found the holes in the Zones better last season. He found a great rhythm with CeeDee Lamb. Elite character. He didn't squawk when he was benched and just kept working. Then he went to Oklahoma and took over the Offense and lead them to the Play Offs. Last year was really his only year as the full time starter. 
Senior Bowl: He will throw to the WR so late that he catches it out of bound on the roll out dump off. He throws late and a little inaccurate too much. He can make the big throw under big pressure. I thought he was terrible in the 1st Half of the SB, but the longer the Game went on the better he looked. Great leader. Better runner than thrower. He can win with his feet but relies on it too much. Tough competitor. I like guys who improve in their 2nd time. 
Combine: He is as tough as any QB in this Draft. His question is, can he be a pass first QB? He took a huge step towards being a passing QB at Oklahoma. If I was a team interested in Hurts, I’d trade up in the 1st to snag CeeDee Lamb, and then do everything I can to grab him in the 2nd (and if you whiff on him, you still got CeeDee Lamb, one of the true elite talents at WR in this years Draft;). Hurts had a chemistry with Lamb that few QB-WR pairs ever had, and he certainly never had with another WR in college. He did not throw as well to any other reliever, ever. He had 8 INTs against 32 TDs. He can really move well in the pocket. 

CAREER NOTES: Totaled 9,477 yards and 80 touchdowns on 682 of 1,047 passing (65.1 percent) in four-year career between Alabama and Oklahoma ... rushed 614 times for 3,274 yards and 43 scores ... started 42 of 56 career games and posted 38-4 record as starter ... played three seasons at Alabama and helped Crimson Tide to 41-3 record (26-2 mark as a starter in 2016 and ’17) ... played in seven College Football Playoff games (five starts) and helped UA to 2017 national title ... ranks eighth in Oklahoma all-time history with 5,149 yards of total offense and ninth in career passing yards (3,851) and career TD passes (32) despite playing just one season ... owns Alabama quarterback career record with 23 rushing touchdowns and ranks second in school history among QBs with 1,976 career rushing yards and third with 71 touchdowns responsible for ... ranks fourth in Alabama history with 7,602 yards of total offense and 48 touchdown passes.

2019: Heisman Trophy runner-up ... named a second-team All-American by Sporting News ... a third-team All-American by AP ... a first-team All-Big 12 selection by league's coaches and media ... a finalist for the Maxwell Award, Davey O'Brien Award, Manning Award, Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award and Senior CLASS Award ... led nation in yards per pass attempt (11.3; FBS record is 11.6) and ranked second in passing efficiency rating (191.2; fourth best in school history), yards per completion (16.3), points responsible for per game (22.9) and touchdowns accounted for (53) ... ranked third in country in total offense (367.8 ypg), sixth nationally in completion percentage (.697; third best in school history), seventh in rushing touchdowns (20; second among QBs), eighth in passing yards (3,851) and 11th in passing touchdowns (32) ... averaged 275.1 passing yards and 92.7 rushing yards per contest ... compiled 5,149 yards of total offense (3,851 passing, 1,298 rushing) for second-highest figure in program history ... set OU single-season records for rushing yards by a quarterback and points scored by a QB (126) ... tied school single-game record for rushing touchdowns by a QB (Jack Mildren also had 20 in 1971) ... finished two total TDs shy of school record of 55 set by Sam Bradford in 2008 ... became first quarterback since 1981 (Darrell Shepard) to lead OU in scoring and first QB since 1988 (Charles Thompson) to lead Sooners in rushing yards ... one of just two players nationally since at least 1996 to record 32-plus passing TDs and 18-plus rushing TDs in a season (Florida’s Tim Tebow had 32 and 23, respectively, in 2007 when he won Heisman Trophy) ... became only third FBS player to register at least 3,000 passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards by 11th game of a season ... only FBS player since 1996 to post a passing efficiency rating of 245.0 or better five times in the same season (minimum 15 attempts) and only player to do so more than three times ... only FBS player with more than three games two-plus rushing touchdowns and two-plus passing TDs (he had five such performances) ... rushed for at least 100 yards in five games ... threw for 217 yards and rushed for 43 yards and two touchdowns vs. No. 1 LSU in CFP Semifinal at the Peach Bowl (12/28) ... completed 17 of 24 passes for 287 yards and a touchdown and ran for 38 yards and a score in Big 12 Championship win against No. 8 Baylor (12/7) ... became only second OU player to score touchdowns by rushing, passing and receiving in a game (at No. 21 Oklahoma State [11/30]) ... rushed a career-high 28 times for 173 yards and two TDs and passed for 145 yards and two scores against TCU (11/23) ... threw for 297 yards and four touchdowns on 30 of 42 passing (career highs in attempts and completions) and rushed 27 times for 114 yards at No. 12 Baylor (11/16) to rally team from 28-3 deficit (34-31 win was largest comeback victory in school history) ... accounted for five TDs (three passing, two rushing) against Iowa State (11/9) with 273 passing yards and 68 rushing yards ... completed 19 of 26 passes for 395 yards and a TD and ran 19 times for 96 yards and three scores at Kansas State (10/26) ... completed 16 of 17 passes for 316 yards and three TDs and rushed 10 times for 75 yards and two TDs against West Virginia (10/19) ... 308.5 passing efficiency rating vs. Mountaineers is highest nationally this season ... set a Cotton Bowl Stadium record for QB rushing yards with 131 and a TD on 17 carries in win vs. No. 11 Texas (10/12) ... also passed for 235 yards and three scores against Longhorns ... threw for 228 yards and two TDs and rushed for 56 yards and two scores at Kansas (10/5) ... completed 17 of 24 passes for a career-high 415 yards and three TDs and ran nine times for 70 yards and a TD against Texas Tech (9/28) ... became first player in OU history to pass for 200 yards (206) and rush for 100 yards (141) in first half of a game, and finished with 289 passing yards with three TDs and 150 rushing yards and a TD at UCLA (9/14) ... completed 14 of 18 passes for 259 yards and three TDs and ran for 47 more in less than two-and-a-half quarters against South Dakota (9/7) ... accounted for six touchdowns and 508 total yards (a record for a player in their OU debut) in season opener against Houston (9/1) ... completed 20 of 23 passes for 332 yards and three TDs and rushed 16 times for 176 yards and three more TDs vs. Cougars.

The Reason: He could be a better Tannehill in their system.  

Second Choice: Zack Moss RB




Defense: 3-4

K.J. Hill-

Slot WR Ohio State

6', 196, (O) 4.6, 

33.7"Arms, 17 Reps, 

9'6" Vert, 32.5" Broad,


Josh Jones-

Houston, OLT


*Raekwon Davis

DT/5-Tech Alabama



2018 Picks:

1 (18) Jaire Alexander CB Louisville
2 (45) Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa.
3 (88) Oren Burks, ILB, Vanderbilt
4 (133) J’Mon Moore, WR Missouri
5 (138) Cole Madison, OG Wash ST
5 (172) JK Scott, P, Alabama
5 (174) Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR, South Florida.
6 Equanimeous St Brown, WR ND
7 (232) James Looney, DE, California
7 (239) Hunter Bradley, LS, Mississippi State
7 (248) Kendall Donnerson, DE, Southeast Missouri State

2017 Picks:

2 (33) Kevin King, CB Washington
2 (61) Josh Jones, DB NC State
3 Montravius Adams, DL Auburn
4 (108) Vince Biegel, OLB Wisconsin
4 (134) Jamaal Williams, RB, BYU
5-175 Deangelo Yancey WR Purdue
5 (182) Aaron Jones, RB, UTEP
6 (212) Kofi Amichia OL, S. Florida
7 (238) Devonte Mays, RB Utah ST
7 (247) Malachi Dupre, WR, LSU

Key F.A. Signed:

Mercedes Lewis TE

Ricky Wagner ORT

Blake Martinez ILB

Christian Kirksey ILB

Key F.A.:

Tyler Ervin RB

Geronimo Allison, WR  

Ryan Grant WR

Jared Veldheer OT

Jason Spriggs OT

Malcolm Johnson FB (R)

Tramon Williams, CB

Ibraheim Campbell DB

Mason Crosby, K 

Key F.A. Lost:

Jimmy Graham TE

Blake Martinez ILB

BJ Goodson ILB

Bryan Bulaga, OT

Kyler Fackrell, OLB

The Team: Perfect player. Perfect pick. 

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: This is the best WR Draft I have ever seen. How is KJ Hill still on the Board in the 3rd Round. Broncos get lucky in 3rd and pick up a great college Slot WR to help their QB. 
Great job getting open in the Redzone. He is elusive enough after the catch to make three or four guys miss inside the ten for the big time TD. Pats could use a guy like him on Day Two or Three. No one in the FBS gets open in pattern more than he does. Great job catching the ball through contact. 
He can read the safety and fill the deep hole when he moves forward. He is so good in the slot. He runs open into the seam like there is chocolate there. The Pats have to take a long look at him, because he looks a legit NFL slot guy. Great quicks and lateral hops behind blockers on screens. No one is quicker turning while catch the ball to run after the catch. He can make the CB fall down running a pattern in the Endzone. 
He knows how to get open over the middle quick, when the defense shows blitz. He is so tough going over the middle and takes a beating after the catch and gets up and keeps on ticking. He can be very shifty in traffic with the ball in his hands. He has terrific hands. He can catch the ball form any angle. He has that nose for the endzone. He gets open in the endzone when they line up in the Redzone.

From Pats Draft Preseason 2020 Draft Book: Hill is only 50 catches away from David Boston’s all time reception record at Ohio ST of 191. He has been the Slot guy with all the outside talent OSU has had. He will be moved outside this season. If he could break the OSU record, he will not last long in this Draft. He has great hands. If he is a legit 6-feet tall, he is a Day Two lock. He runs explosive patterns that get him wide open running down the Seam. Elite at getting open going down the seam. 
He is probably a Day Two pick, as he is not a pure speed guy. He has good but not great speed. What he did at OSU was get open in pattern, in the slot, and catch everything thrown to him. This season he will be doing it outside against Number One and Number Two CBs. If he succeeds, he could go early in the 2nd. He has to trust his hands more, but he as great blend of speed and quicks to get open in pattern. 
He is still probably more of a Slot guy. “I don’t think there’s anything he doesn’t do. To me, he’s not going to be a Parris Campbell burner but there’s a lot of things that he does that Parris maybe didn’t do,” OSU WR coach Brian Hartline said. “And he’s being a great leader. He’s growing up and I think that it’s an absolute pleasure and we’re blessed to have him back this year. and I’m glad that he came back, to not only lead this group, stay on his hip and just get better. K.J. Hill’s in a phenomenal spot.

The Player: Hill is so good at getting open instantly on that inside slant. Then the explosive cut upfield to make one guy miss and one fall down. He is not a size speed WR. He is a quick, explosive burst, and creating separation in pattern with sudden breaks WR. He is a Patriots Slot WR. He has some clutch in him. He can get the TD late in games that seals the deal. 
He has sticky hands, but doesn’t always trust them. He wants to stick the ball to his body and body catch just about everything. He can reach back go down the Seam and make the highlight reel one handed catch on the ball thrown behind, and then run for the TD, like he did against Minnesota. He doesn’t look like he is 6’ tall to me. 
Great hands. He can snag anything, and holds on through contact. Great slot WR. He played H-back for Ohio State as well, in the small H-back role played by Campbell. It is really a Big WR position. Neither is really an H-back. He garnered 1,405 yards and 9 TDs off of 123 catches in a backup role as an H-back/WR. Look for his stats to explode in 2019. 
He had 900 yards on 70 catches as an electric Slot WR in 2018. “It’s just big shoes to fill, and I’m willing to do that,” Hill said. “I feel like me going out there, I have to work harder for me individually to show everybody how we keep the standard, even go higher than the standard we had last year.” He should break the record and have over a 1,000-yards receiving next season. 
Nice burst in and out of cuts in pattern. He has some great quick feet. He can use quick cuts in close quarters to get open. He can run intricate patterns with three cuts to get open in the Slot. He can reach back and catch the ball thrown behind him to the wrong shoulder. Nice quick hands. Great release outside from the slot. Then he has some explosive suddenness in the break outside that can break the CB’s ankle in pattern. 
He has good size and is a willing blocker on the Edge. He has to get stronger to sustain blocks longer. He will block the LB, but gets shed quick when the OLB sees the RB behind him. Needs to grab shirt more. He cannot be covered in the Slot. He repeatedly made the great and awkward adjustment to the ball thrown behind him. His QB threw to the wrong shoulder a lot.

Ohio State Overview: K.J. Hill, perhaps influenced by the outstanding fifth-year seasons – and subsequent early round NFL Draft selections – had by receivers Parris Campbell and Terry McLaurin in 2018, will lead the Ohio State receiving corps as a fifth-year senior and a potential record-setting receiver … Hill’s receptions, yards and touchdown totals have increased every season and he enters 2019 needing just 48 receptions to break David Boston’s 20-year-old school record of 191 career receptions … his 1,696 receiving yards place him 17th in school history and within range of a Top 5 yardage total in school history … Hill has caught a pass in 34 consecutive games – the school record is 48 by Gary Williams between 1979-82 – dating to the 2016 game against Northwestern … has played in 39 games with four starts … was named honorable mention all-Big Ten in 2018 after a 70-catch season, for 885 yards and six touchdowns … set career high with 187 receiving yards – the eighth-highest total in school history – and two touchdowns, off nine receptions, in the win over Minnesota … also scored touchdowns last year in wins against TCU, Penn State, Maryland and Michigan … had a fine sophomore campaign in 2017 when he led the team in receptions with 56 and was second in yards with 549 … had a career-best 12 receptions – the fourth-highest total in school history – and 102 receiving yards in the dramatic, come-from-behind win over Penn State … dependable, Hill also was the team’s primary punt returner with 26 returns for 144 yards (5.5 average) in 2017 … after red-shirting the 2015 season, Hill had a productive 2016 campaign, just missing a 20-catch season but leading the Ohio State receivers (10 or more catches) with a 14.6 yards-per-reception average … he played in 11 of 13 games in 2016, missing two with an ankle injury … he is majoring in communications.

Second Choice: Eno Benjamin RB





Defense: 3-4

Trey Adams

OT Washington

6-8, 318, 9.7"Hand, 34 3/8"Arm, 24 Reps,  (O) 5.6, 7'8"Broad, 24.5"Vertical,


Denzel Mims-

WR Baylor


Khalid Kareem

Edge Fighting Irish


Neville Gallimore

DT Oklahoma


*Lloyd Cushenberry III-


WR, Edge, DE, DT, OC, OL, OT, DB, LB, DL, 

2019 Picks:

1-20 Noah Fant, TE Iowa
2-41 Dalton Risner, ORT Kansas ST
2-42 Drew Lock, QB Missouri
3-71 Dre’Mont Jones, DT Ohio ST
5-156 Justin Hollins, LB Oregon
6-187 Juwann Winfree, WR Colorado

2018 Picks:

1 (5) Bradley Chubb, DE, NC State
2 (40) Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU
3 (71) Royce Freeman, RB, Oregon
3 (99) Isaac Yiadom, CB, BC
4 (106) Josey Jewell, LB, Iowa.
4 DeaSean Hamilton, WR, Penn ST
5 Troy Fumagalli, TE,Wisconsin.
6 (183) Sam Jones, OL Arizona ST
6 Keishawn Bierria,LB, Washington
7-226 David Williams, RB Arkansas

Key F.A. Signed:

Jeff Driskel QB

Melvin Gordon RB  

Graham Glasgow OG

Nick Vennett TE

Jeremiah Attaochu OLB

Joe Jones OLB

Key F.A.:

Devontae Booker, RB

Adam Gotsis, DL

Shelby Harris, DT

Billy Winn, DL

Derek Wolfe, DL

Will Parks, S

Justin Simmons, S

Key F.A. Lost:

Joe Flacco QB

Emmanuel Sanders WR 

Connor McGovern OC

Chris Harris CB

WIll Parks DB

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: He was a true tragic story. But he got his grove back last season after something like a dozen broken legs. I still think he is a risk and a Day Three Pick. But he looked healthy enough last season for the Buccs to take a chance here. They drafted a new QB in the 1st, so getting him a young talented OLT is never a bad thing. 
His hands are like glue, when he gets them in a rusher’s shirt, they can’t bash them off. He really struggled against Colorado when they put a small but very fast OLB to blitz his edge. He seemed to beat him every time. Even when he tried to cut him. He got more agility back, it seemed evert week as his legs got stronger. He looked like a legit OLT at the end of the season. 
He is really blocking great out in space this season. He can still bend his knees and get low. And loves the physical stuff. He can get outside and up to the 2nd level and block the LB out in space. Good cut blocker. Huge dude might actually be 6-7 or 6-8. Great long arms and heavy hands. He got his groove back in the Bowl game and really looked like an NFL OLT again. He was able to sinks his hips again. 
He was a great OLT. Until broken legs broke his grove. He is a guy you have to root for. He started four straight games at the end of 2018 and started every game last season. He has that agility you need on the edge moving backwards in the kickslide. When he gets his hands in a rushers shirt they are done. With his mammoth size strength and power, he hurts DLs in the run game. He is worth a risk here in the 3rd. He has All-Pro potential if he can stay healthy...

From Pats Draft Preseason 2020 Draft Book: He was a great OLT, but he is not that anymore. I do not trust him to stay on the field. I won’t touch him until Day Three. He lost his great agility. He will have a long time to get the strength back in his legs, and hopefully his burst and agility as well. He looked like he was playing on stilts too much last season.

He had a shot to be the first OLT taken before the knee injuries. "He brings a different energy. Today we were doing a drill and I was at left guard and he was at left tackle, and I was setting someone and he came in and just blasted him. I was like, 'Holy crap! Trey’s back!' It’s so good to have him back," Washington OL Henry Roberts said. "In spring ball, he was coaching me up and coaching everyone from off the field. Now that he’s on the field, he brings a bigger presence. When you know you’re going into a bar fight with Trey Adams, you feel a lot more comfortable." Now? I just can’t see anyone taking him on Day One in any Draft.  

He got hurt last season again. They need him to be healthy this season. "We’re bringing him along slowly but surely, and he continues to make progress,” Roberts said. "He’s got to continue to gain confidence and I think he took a big step in that direction today in getting back and just getting out there in 2-minute drill and some of those things. I think he’s looking good. I’m happy with the progress he’s made. We’ve got to be smart with him and build him back up, but so far so good." They are expecting him to be full strength again this season.

The Player: Light... I mean... Adams hands are like glue, when he gets them in the shirt the rusher, he can’t bash them off. He really struggled against Colorado when they put a small but very fast OLB to blitz his edge. He seemed to beat him every time. Even when he tried to cut him. He reminds me of Matt Light. He seem to have gotten his balance and legs back. Smooth moving back. 
Combine: Good feet shuffling back. Nice balance. Wide stance. I liked his work at the Combine. A little slow pulling. He looked like he lost his athletic abilities in testing at the Combine. 

Second Choice: Nick Coe DE




Defense: 3-4


Leki Fotu

DL Utah

6-5, 330, (O) 5.15, 

34 1/4" Arms! 21 Reps,

10 5/8" Hands,


Bradlee Anae



Cameron Dantzler

CB Miss ST



2019 Picks:

2-56 Mecole Hardman, WR Georgia
2-63 Juan Thornhill, SS Virginia
3-84 Khalen Saunders DT W. Illinois
6-201 Rashad Fenton CB S. Carolina
6-214 Darwin Thompson RB Utah ST
7-216 Nick Allegretti, OC Illinois

2018 Picks:

2- Breeland Speaks, DL Mississippi
3 (75) Derrick Nnadl, DT, FLA ST
3 (100) Dorian O’Daniel, LB Clemson
4 (124) Armani Watts, FS, A&M
6 Tremon Smith, CB, OC.Arkansas
6-198 Reginald McKenzie OG Tenn


Key FA Signed:

Antonio Hamilton CB

Key FA:  

Chad Henne, QB

Anthony Sherman, FB

Chris Jones, DL

Darron Lee, LB

Reggie Ragland, LB

Bashaud Breeland, CB

Morris Claiborne, CB

Key FA Lost:

Stefen Wisniewski OC  

Mike Remmers ORT

Emmanuel Ogbah DE  

Kendall Fuller CB

Jordan Lucas DB

The Team: The Chiefs like to get big blockers, and speed-speed-speed on the outside. They need a DB or two who has that speed. They have to get a cover Corner to help their D that faces a lot of Offenses trying to keep up with their fastbreak QB and Offense. 

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: Fotu is the type of giant inside monster that offenses have to double, which helps make his teammates look better. 

He scares QBs. When he hits QBs they struggle for a while to recover. I’ve seen more than one QB slide down in the pocket when they see him coming. When he burst into the backfield, he finds the RB. When he guesses right, he can knock the OC onto his side and hit the QB. He has some speed to power to pop the OL back into the QB. Voted team captain. 

Solid against the run. Nice job using hands and leverage to shed the OC and get to the RB on the Dive, like a 3-Tech. Nice swipe into the Rip to hit the QB. He plays on the Nose and 3-Tech for Utah. Great NFL size. Extends hands first, off the snap, and keeps the OC’s hands off his shirt as he spies into the backfield. Great job holding up the double team to slow the RB.

Nice job sliding to his right after he see the hand off to the RB. He gets a little too high, and can struggle to shed against the great OC (Nick Harris), but he plays great behind his eyes and hands. Love the way he finds the RB in traffic. Amazing job pushing the ORG back and charging to the RB in the backfield. Nice job powering the OG and sliding laterally towards the RB. He will get caught in traffic sometimes.

Teams double him in the run. He can take on the double team on the dive at him, and make the RB bounce it outside. He is a rock in the 

middle. He is a run first DT, but he has some nice hands after the reads pass on the stack and shed. Huge man. Giant Nose Tackle type dude. Powerful. Leveraged. Hard to move. Good eyes Sees the play. Knows how to stuff it.

He will line up with his hand down in two DT fronts. He can shove off two blockers and take the outside shoulder of the ORG to the QB. Once he is moving forward, he tough to stop. Great power to push the pocket back, and can get to the side of the RB and when the QB takes off, knock his block off. When he tackles QBs they know it. He can use a nice arm over move to run right into the RB at the line. 
UTAH: 2019 All-American and two-time first-team All-Pac-12 tackle (2018-19) … 45 games with 28 starts.
2019: Earned second-team All-America honors from Walter Camp, FWAA and Phil Steele and third-team honors from the AP … first-team All-Pac-12 … started 13 games at right tackle (missed the Northern Illinois game) … third on the team with 9.0 tackles for loss … 29 tackles … two pass breakups … two of four tackles against BYU were for a loss … four tackles and a pass breakup against Arizona State … named Pac-12 Defensive Lineman of the Week after recording three tackles (1.5 TFL, 1.0 sack) against California … forced a fumble against USC … two tackles with a half sack vs. Texas in the Alamo Bowl … team captain.
2018: First-team All-Pac-12 … played in all 14 games with 13 starts … 33 tackles (5.5 TFL, 3.0 sacks) … five tackles vs. Arizona State … four tackles (2.0 TFL, 1.0 sack) vs. BYU … four tackles (1.5 TFL, 1.0 sack) vs. USC … four tackles (0.5 TFL) against Oregon … four tackles vs. Northwestern in the Holiday Bowl … three tackles vs. Northern Illinois (0.5 TFL) and UCLA.
2017: Played in all 13 games with two starts (Stanford, Washington) … 22 tackles (3.5 TFL) … season-high four tackles included a TFL against Washington … three tackles and a fumble recovery at Oregon … three tackles against BYU and West Virginia … forced fumble and pass breakup against San Jose State … blocked a field goal against Arizona.
2016: Played in five games as a true freshman … one tackle against Oregon.
The Reason: The Chiefs have the best offensive in the NFL. If they can make their Defense stronger at all three levels, who they hell is going to stop him next season. 

Second Choice: Ashtyn Davis FS




Defense: 3-4

Ben Bredeson

OLG Michigan

6-5, 315, 31.1"Arm, 

10 1/8" Hands.


*Jedrick Willis Jr-

ORT Alabama


*Grant Delpit



Rashard Lawrence-


OLT, DB, OL, TE, DL, ORT, CB, QB, ILB, Edge, OL, LB, TE, CB, 

2019 Picks:

2 (46) Greedy Williams, CB, LSU
3 (80) Sione Takitaki, LB, BYU
4 (119) Sheldrick Redwine, S Miami
5 (155) Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama
5 (170) Austin Seibert, K Oklahoma
6 Drew Forbes OT S.East Missouri
7 (221) Donnie Lewis Jr, CB, Tulane

2018 Picks:

1 (1) Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma.
1 (4) Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State.
2 (33) Austin Corbett, OG, Nevada.
2 (35) Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia.
3 (67) Chad Thomas, DE, Miami.
4 (105) Antonio Callaway, WR, FLA
5-150 Genard Avery,OL,Memphis ST
6 (175) Damion Ratley, WR, A&M.
6 Simeon Thomas, CB, Louisiana-L

Key F.A. Signed:

Case Keenum QB

Jack Conklin OT

Austin Hooper TE

Andrew Billings, DT

Christian Kirksey ILB

BJ Goodson ILB

Malcolm Jenkins DB

Andrew Sendejo SS

Karl Joseph SS

Key F.A.:

Tyrod Taylor QB 
Earl Watford ORT
Greg Robinson OLT
Orson Charles FB
Rod Streater WR

Da'Mari Scott WR 

Breshad Perriman WR
Rashard Higgins WR 
Pharaoh Brown TE 
Ray-Ray Armstrong OLB
Carl Davis DT
Trevon Coley DT 
Briean Boddy-Calhoun CB

E.J. Gaines CB 

Key F.A. Lost:

Jojo Natson WR

Demetrius Harrris TE

Eric Kush OG

Joe Schobert ILB

Christian Kirksey ILB

Juston Burris CB

Eric Murray FS

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks- He does a good job maintaining his position on plays away. When he hits the QB, he can near break him in half. He does a great job staying and playing low. Great power on the push pull, and then the swim over the OL to hit the QB as he throws. He is relentless with his hands, strength and power in the rush. He needs to use his hands better, to swipe off the OLT’s arms. When he does win with leverage, he tends to struggle. But he is relentless in the rush.
He is the best stack and shed DE in this Draft. Though he is likely a DT in the NFL. He plays a little more outside, and is more of a 5-Tech. But he is tough to keep off the RB, if you run to his side. He plays in an odd front and gets doubled a lot. He is a beast on the goal line. He is a little short, so arm length is going to be everything for him at the Combine. 
"In the Fiesta Bowl win, Lawrence gave LSU fans a highlight reel that throws an aerosol can into the campfire of hype heading into the Tigers' 2019 season," Chris Patterson said. "Lawrence dominated in the win, totaling four tackles for loss and two sacks, giving credence to the idea that he is the special sauce for LSU's defensive front." 
When he bursts into the backfield he finds the QB. They have him rush outside like a D-end a lot. Mostly he seemed to play the 5-Tech in odd fronts. The OLT and OLG will double him on the edge. They play a lot of odd fronts with three DLs rushing. Great initial burst. He can be a yard ahead of the other LSU DLs off the snap. 
A 3-4 team could take him in the 1st. He can be explosive inside at DT. He might be the most versatile DL in this Draft, but he will have to play more inside in the NFL. They will line him up...

Easily stones the DE on the stunt inside. Terrific strength and balance. He is a bit of a slow puller, but he can hit he CB in space leading the RB outside. He will overextend and get knocked to the ground by the big 5-Tech. Nice job jamming the 5-T outside to the OLT, and then picking up the LB charging to the RB. Tough. Mean. Nasty. Fun to watch. 
Senior (2019): Started in all 13 games at left guard to earn his fourth varsity letter. Shared the Hugh H. Rader Memorial Award with Jon Runyan. Second-team All-America selection by the Walter Camp Football Foundation; third-team selection by the Associated Press. Named to Pro Football Focus College's All-Big Ten Team on offense (third team, guard). Hailed as the Best Pass-Blocking guard in the country by PFF College, with 451 snaps spent in pass protection and no hits or sacks allowed. Twice named Offensive Lineman of the Game for his performances against Iowa, at Maryland. Twice recognized in Pro Football Focus College's All-Big Ten Team (tackle) for his performances against Maryland and Michigan State. Started at left guard against Middle Tennessee State (Aug. 31), Army (Sept.7), Rutgers (Sept. 28), Notre Dame (Oct. 26), Michigan State (Nov. 16), Ohio State (Nov. 30), at Wisconsin (Sept. 21), at Iowa (Oct. 5), at Illinois (Oct. 12), at Penn State (Oct. 19), at Maryland (Nov. 2), at Indiana (Nov. 23) and against Alabama in the Vrbo Citrus Bowl (Jan. 1), and contributed on special teams

The Team: Well, I made the right choice. I had Bredeson as their second choice at pick 74. And I didn't realize it until I had chosen him. So there is something that is drawing me to the Browns licking Bredeson, who is my favorite Guard in the Draft. I actually like him more than Cesar Ruiz, who some think is a 1st Round Pick. 

Second Choice: Leki Fotu DL 




Defense: 2-5

Albert Okwuegbunam 

TE Missouri

6-5, 258, 34 1/8" Arm, 

10 1/2" Hands, 

(O) 4.49! 


*Justin Jefferson




2019 Picks:

1-32 N’Keal Harry WR Arizona ST
2-45 JoeJuan Williams CB Vanderbilt
3-77 Chase Winovich, DE Michigan
3-87 Damien Harris, RB Alabama
3-101 Yodny Cajuste, OT WVU
4-118 Hjalte Froholdt, OG Arkansas
4-133 Jarrett Stidham, QB Auburn
5-159 Byron Cowart, DT Maryland
5-163 Jake Bailey, P Stanford
7-252 Ken Webster, CB Ole Miss

2018 Picks:

1 (23) Isaiah Wynn, OG, Georgia.
1 (31) Sony Michel, RB, Georgia.
2 (56) Duke Dawson, CB, Florida.
5-143 Ja’Whaun Bentley LB Purdue
6-178 Christian Sam, ILB Arizona ST
6 (210) Braxton Berrios, WR, Miami
7 (219) Danny Etling, QB, LSU
7-243 Keion Crossen CB W.Carolina
7 (250) Ryan Izzo, TE, FLA ST

Key F.A. Signed:

Brian Hoyer QB

Matthew Slater WR/ST

Damiere Byrd WR

Joe Thuney OLG

Danny Vitale FB/ST

Beau Allen DT

Brandon Copeland OLB/DE

Devin McCourty FS

Adrian Phillips ST/SS/LB

Key F.A.: 
Phillip Dorsett WR
Maurice Harris WR

Dontrelle Inman WR

Benjamin Watson TE

Key F.A. Lost:

Tom Brady (gulp)

Ted Karras OC

Danny Shelton DT

Kyle Van Noy OLB

Jamie Collins OLB

Elandon Roberts LB

Nate Ebner ST

The Team: The Dynasty is Dead... Long live the Dynasty. The Patriots 20-year reign is over. Get over it Pats Fans. BB is in full tanking mode. The worst thing they can do is try to win and become eight and eight. The Diadem of mediocrity every year, with the refrain of, "Oh no we suck again!" every single god damn year. Because in the NFL, teams need to win big, or lose-lose-lose BIG.

The Patriots need to become the Corona Franchise: dead, done, destroyed. The GOAT is dead, long live the GOAT. Wake up New England! The Pats got no legit NFL WRs, except two old dudes who will be off in La-La-Land once the Pats are capable of winning again. Peg-leg Sanu and One-Armed Edelman, are Pirates who can only steal the future of the Franchise away from us. It is time to decimate the Franchise. The cry of all true Pats Fans now "Lose for Lawrence!"

We are living in the ghost of Tom Joad's time. A time of plaque. A time of death, and our dying dynasty. A time of Depression. A time of the dying of the light. Brought upon us by the dying of the GOAT. And the time of an utterly incompetent moron playing President, who has only helped ensure the Apocalypse is upon us: 

"Men walkin' 'long the railroad tracks... Goin' someplace there's no goin' back... Highway patrol choppers comin' up over the ridge... Hot soup on a campfire under the bridge... Shelter line stretchin' 'round the corner... Welcome to the new world order... Families sleepin' in their cars in the Southwest... No home... No job... No peace... No rest." 

Meanwhile here in New England, Rome is burning. The Dynasty is dead. Long live the Dynasty. The Patriots ain't got no GOAT. No wide receivers. No tight ends. Dante stole their playbook (that's Alighieri not Scarnecchia;). They have locked us in our houses and nailed our doors shut. They've affixed plague signs in our windows that they stole from the from the Gates of Hell. That read "The GOAT is dead. Lasciate ogni sperantza chi entrate." 

So the idea that they can win next season is like denying science. Denying reality. And God save us! Denying the Plaque? It will echo down the empty hallways of history. The hubris of plaque deniers that poisoned a Decade or two. Reality has called to Pats Fans, the Plaque is upon us, and darkness will follow

"He pulls a prayer book out of his sleeping bag... Preacher lights up a butt and takes a drag... Waitin' for when the last shall be first and the first shall be last... In a cardboard box 'neath the underpass... Got a one-way ticket to the promised land.. You got a hole in your belly and gun in your hand... Sleeping on a pillow of solid rock... Bathin' in the city aqueduct...."

So don't look for the Pats to draft a savior. History tells the story long before it happens. And History is screaming the Plaque Depression is next, and the Patriot's Dynasty is it's first victim. Their will be no parade next season, nor for decades to come. Unless...? In the NFL when the Super Bowl QB dies, so does the winning. When Brady packed his bag and went Home? He took the winning with him. 

Winning in the NFL is like riding with the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. You need a GREAT Head Coach. You need a GREAT Owner. You need a GREAT Quarterback, and a great defense wouldn't hurt either. Once that Triumbrant (yes I know it means 3 leaders not 4) is broken, it is chaos, death and plaque for all the Roman World, and in Foxboro. The idea that we can simply affix any incompetent moron atop the broken Triumbrant is how disaster ensues. 

Now that we are living in that disaster, Stidham is our new GOAT, long live the GOAT. Only he ain't got no home, and we ain't no GOAT. He's a 2nd year player, first time starter, who has no idea what he is doing. A perfect vehicle to disaster. Because putting in Hoyer, who actually knows what he is doing? At this point? Would be an apocalypse of reason. 

The Patriots need to become absolutely, utterly, and completely bungling, like the Trump Administration, and lose-lose-lose. The Patriots needs to lose like we are in the midst of a plaque. And their leadership is so cold-hearted, incompetent and utterly indefensibly corrupt, and won't and/or can't properly get medical supplies to the sick, needy, and dying. And certainly lie-lie-lie instead of giving proper protections to the frontline warriors who are battling the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. 

That's how losers behave. The Pats need to become the Trump Administration and lose-lose-lose. Inflict a plaque upon the Franchise and deny it. Tell people to huddle together, hug naked, kiss everyone you meet on the lips, and lick each other on the gates of Hell. I mean, what could go wrong? They need to become the New England Plaquers next season. They need ZERO wins next season! YOU IDIOTS! (Sorry my wife was pissing me off, saying I went too far;). 

"Well now Tom said, 'Ma... wherever there's a cop beatin' a guy... Wherever a hungry newborn baby cries... Where there's a fight 'gainst the blood and hatred in the air... Look for me Mom I'll be there... Wherever there's somebody fightin' for a place to stand... Or decent job or a helpin' hand... Wherever somebody's strugglin' to be free... Look in their eyes Mom you'll see me.'"

They need to follow little Donald's diagram of how to spread the Plague, and unleash the Four Horsemen upon Gillette. Just follow Lil' Donald's leadership of blaming, denying, and taking no responsibility. "I don't take responsibility at all," out fearless leader said. And the Franchise will crash into a 2nd Great Depression like a Republic at the Gates of Hell with an utterly incompetent moron as President, whose super powers are pure dumb luck and the ability to surround himself with soulless sycophants. 

Because the Pats need to lose-lose-lose next season. Any win in the win column this season is a plaque upon both your houses. They need to Lose for Lawrence. In these Roman times, the Patriots need to lose to come out the other side. We need to acquire a new GOAT. The only way to do that is to Trump our way to the 1st pick in the Draft next year, as the worlds biggest Loser.

Trevor Lawrence is coming out after next season. He is the most likely candidate to come out in the Draft and become a GOAT in a long time. Better prospect than Luck. Better prospect than Manning. Better Prospect than Elway? Maybe? In the art of winning? He looked better than Burrow in the 2018 season, but Burrow beat him in the 2019 season. But Trevor has been a better winner, in college, than Elway was at Stanford. 

Now I'm not saying he is going to win six Super Bowls. The first time a guy won as many (actually more, seven championships) was Otto Graham who retired in 1955. Brady was Drafted in 2000. So a dude like Brady comes along about once every 50-years. But the only guy on the horizon who looks like he could be the next Super Bowl winning QB, since huh... Burrow, is Lawrence. 

Once Brady left, the Patriots put themselves in Dexter's path. The Pats have no QB, with the slightest semblance of winning in the NFL. They literally have no weapons. Well, beside Peg-Leg Sanu and One-Armed Edelman. But they can trade both those guys for a day three pick or two.

They need to load up on weapons in this Draft. Rookie-Weapons. Utterly incompetent weapons, who couldn't even fill out a form to enact the Defensive/Offensive Player Production Act to get a helmet, shoulder pads and a uniform, to help save and protect all Patriots. 

Because Foxboro is closed. Gillette is empty. The Science Denier's utter incompetence has unleashed the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse upon all who enter, and the next great depression is sure to follow...

:(if I can step out of character for a second? Why do generally smart, moral and competent citizens want to be led by, and consistently vote for: charlatans, moralless fools, and criminally incompetent morons? Utter scumbags, who behave in villainous ways that most of the real Americans who voted for them would never... I mean ever... behave like. It hurts my soul trying to figure it out. A true villain, like Trump, will tell you over and over that he is a villain, and brag about his villainies over and over again [like sexually molesting women over and over again]! Why is it so hard to just believe him? It baffles me). 

... So as we sit upon the doorstep of the next Great Depression? The Patriot's only hope is a Savior? No. A Superman? Please! The First pick in the 2021 NFL Draft is within our grasps. Just decimate the roster. Trade One-Armed Edelman to Tampa for some facemasks. Send Peg-Leg Sanu along with him for a box of latex gloves and ventilator to be named later. The Patriots only job left this season is to Los for Lawrence.  

The Player: 02/29 Albert O- My Favorite TE In This Draft. Pats Fans have to buy The Mother Of All Mock Drafts on Amazons on Amazon. You have to see this Bio of Albert-O. Man! he is something to see. Dude ran in the 4.4s at 6-5 and almost 260-pounds! With hands as soft as squash on Thanksgiving. 

The Reason: However, Jake Fromm could certainly add some chaos to the QB room, which could help them achieve Zero-Wins. Lose for Lawrence baby!

Second Choice: Nick Coe DT/DE

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04/03 Colby Parkinson- Not Just An H-Back.

04/03 Devin Asiasi- Not My Favorite TE In The Draft, But Pretty Damn Close.

03/30 Antonio Gandy-Golden- Power Forward WR: V.

03/30 Josh Uche Wash- Not Really An Edge, But...

03/30 Harrison Bryant FAU- Not Just An H-back.

03/30 Hunter Bryant Wash- My Favorite H-Back In The Draft.

03/30 AJ Dillon: Pure Power.

03/30 Michael Ojemudia- My favorite CB In The Draft.

03/30 Bryan Edwards- Power Forward Part IV.

03/30 James Proche- All Flash and Dash: Part IV.

03/30 Collin Johnson: Power Forward: Part III.

03/30 JK Dobbins- Roadrunner.

03/27 Khalid Kareem: Much More Of An Edge.

03/27 Julian Okwara: Not really an Edge.

03/26 Jonathan Taylor- The Six Million Dollar Man.

02/29 Albert O- My Favorite TE In This Draft.

02/29 Devin Duvernay: My Favorite WR In This Draft.

02/29 Adam Trautman- Not A 1st, But...

02/29 Cole Kmet- Not A 1st, But...

02/29 Brycen Hopkins- More H-Back Than Tight End.

02/29 Jared Pinkney- More H-Back Than Tight End.

02/29 *Laviska Shenault- All Flash And Dash: Part I.

02/29 *Jalen Reagor- All Flash And Dash: Part II.

02/29 Brandon Aiyuk- All Flash And Dash: Part III.

02/29 *Tee Higgins- Power Forward: Part I.

02/29 Denzel Mims- Power Forward: Part II.

02/29 Chase Claypool- Not A 1st, But...  

07/01/19 Justin Herbert- Could be 1st Pick Part I.

07/01/19 Tua Tagovailoa- Could be 1st Pick Part II.

07/01/19 AJ Epenesa- Could be 1st Pick Part III.

07/01/19 Anfernee Jennings- Introducing Pats Pick 2020.


4/25 Darnell Savage: A Little Birdie Told Me, But...

4/25 Dwayne Haskins: Redux, But...

4/24 Andy Isabella: The Best WR in the Draft, But...

4/23 Tyre Brady: The Best WR in the Draft, But...

4/23 Ed Oliver: The Tazmanian Devil.

4/22 Keelan Doss: The Best WR at the SB, But...

4/22 Will Harris: 1st Round Safety, But...

4/21 Damien Harris: If Not For Sony Michel?

4/21 Maxx Crosby: He's a Small School Wunderkind, But...

4/20 Kahal Warring: A 3rd Round Option For Brady?

4/20 Foster Moreau: The Best Blocking TE, But...

4/19 Nick Bosa: He Ain't His Brother, But...

4/19 Terry McLaurin: The Best WR in the Draft, But...

4/18 Jonah Williams: Fighting For Respect.

4/18 Ross Pierschbacher: The Best OC in the Draft, But...

4/17 Will Greer: Air Raid QB, But...

4/17 David Montgomery: The Most Underrated RB But...

4/12 Austin Bryant: 2018 Bio. Updated.

4/11 Jerry Tillery: The Best 3-Tech, But...

4/07 Quinnen Williams: The Best Interior Rusher, But...

4/07 Drew Lock: The Best Arm In The Draft, But...

4/06 Lonnie Johnson: The Best FS at CB In The Draft, But...

4/06 Josh Allen: The Best Passrusher In The Draft.

4/05 Christian Wilkins: 2018 Bio. Updated.

4/05 Clelin Ferrell: 2018 Bio. Updated.

4/03 Nick Bosa: He Ain't His Brother, But...

4/03 Daniel Jones: The Best Pure Pocket Passer. But...

4/02 N'Keal Harry: The Best WR In The Draft, But...

4/01 Montez Sweat: Bring On Your Wrecking Ball,

4/01 Kyler Murray: The Most Dynamic Player In The FBS, But...

3/31 Miles Boykin: One Year Wonder, But...

3/31 Chauncey Gardner-Johnson: The Best FS, But...

3/30 Kaden Smith: The Next Zack Ertz.

3/30 Hakeem Butler: The Best WR In The Draft, But...

3/29 David Sills: The Best Pats Type WR In The Draft, But...

3/29 Johnathan Abrams: Step Aside, Gulp... Rodney.

3/29 Josh Rosen: The Most Ready QB.

3/28 Andre Dillard: Best OL In The Draft, But Nothing!.

3/28 Jace Sternberger: One Year Wonder, But...

3/27 Zach Allen: Dominance.

3/27 Chris Lindstrom: Fighting For Respect.

3/26 Caleb Wilson: Testing The Seam.

3/26 Anthony Nelson: D-End From Iowa?

3/25 Devin Bush: The Best LB in 2019. But...

3/20 Josh Jacobs: The Best RB In 2019 Draft. But...

3/20 Irv Smith: The Best Slot TE In 2019 Draft. But...

3/18 AJ Hockenson: The Best TE in 2019 Draft, But...

3/18 Noah Fant: The Best TE in 2019 Draft, But...

3/18 AJ Brown: The Best Slot WR In 2019 Draft. But...

2/20 D.K. Metcalf: The Best WR in 2019. But...

2/20 Kelvin Harmon: The Best Blocking WR In 2019 Draft. But...

2/20 Deebo Samuel: The Best Slot/Speed WR In 2019 Draft. But...

2/20 Marquise Brown: The Best Pure Speed WR In 2019 Draft. But...

2/20 Bryce Love: Bio: Fighting For Respect.

Be A Citizen! Not a Subject! 

Fascist is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances:


The 1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated:


Warnings were given! 

Democracy is a battle for freedom and equality for all. Democracy needs to be guarded, treasured, and fought to keep if needs-be! And not handed over, so fucking cowardly, to a Dictator like the Communism Putin Party just did! 


Communism is a beautiful idea of equality for all workers, with one BLOOD RED FATAL-FLAW, "The Dictatorship of the Proletariat". Where a BLOOD STAINED DICTATOR takes over to subvert all the freedoms gained by the bloody masses, and clamps BLOODY TYRANNY down on now enslaved masses. 


We are now officially a Communist Country. The Republican Commie Party of Putin, Officially voted Herr Trump as the BLOOD-RED Communist Dictator of American. THE REPUBLICAN PARTY OF PUTIN just voted to open the veins of PATRIOTS to flood the Senate floor with OUR BLOOD, and install a Communist Manifesto like


as no longer the freedom bearing President of the United State of America! 

And as THE PARTY OF PUTIN CELEBRATED... the Heavens wept.


The Putin Party, led by Red Square Moscow Mitch, just turned the no longer US Senate into a propaganda tool of the KGB., and make America Red with the blood stained color of the Communist USSR. The blood stained (R)s voted to make the COMMIE RED TRUMP, as above the law as the KGB KING OF RUSSIA, the blood stained Putin

God help us all, because the Putin Republican Party Senate sure as hell won't...


Leadership is not lying. 

Leadership is telling the cold hard truth:

A new poll shows Trump’s 

magical lying powers are failing


It isn’t easy to find any bright spots amid our ongoing slide into failed-state status, but here’s one: Far more Americans trust the news media than trust President Trump to tell them the truth about our coronavirus crisis.

A new poll from NPR, PBS News Hour and Marist finds that only 37 percent of Americans have a good deal of trust in the information Trump tells them about coronavirus. By contrast, 60 percent have little to no trust.

Meanwhile, the poll also finds that 50 percent have a good deal of trust in the news media’s information about the disease, versus 47 percent who lack trust. That’s not ideal, to be sure, but it’s good that far more trust the media than trust Trump.

I’d like to suggest that a great deal is at stake here. Our national response to a crisis with extraordinarily far-reaching destructive potential is more or less under the control of a megalomaniac who, with the eager backing of his media allies, vastly prioritizes protecting his reelection chances over protecting the country.

More coverage of the coronavirus pandemic

New details show Trump is unfit

Meanwhile, another report, from the New York Times, ferrets out alarming new behind-the-scenes details that underscore just how unfit Trump is to the task at hand. It shows that Trump’s refusal to accept the seriousness of coronavirus, and his failure to lay down clear chains of command and elaborate a real long-term plan, created a situation in which officials scrambled to address the crisis almost behind his back.
Trump’s approach also led to counterproductive infighting. The Times reports that after Trump put Vice President Pence in charge of the response, Trump’s continued fealty to the advice of son-in-law Jared Kushner — who also initially downplayed the crisis — resulted in Kushner taking on an outsize role that bumped up against Pence’s, despite Kushner’s lack of relevant knowledge and experience.

The only thing scarier than President DumbAss's 

Administrations complete, absolute, and utter failure

to help America deal with the CoronaVirus?

It the horrifying thought of giving the MNUCHIN and 

President DumbAss

A-HALF-A-Trillion BUCKS of our cold hard cash for them to steal.

How fucking stupid do you have to be 

to think giving 

the most CORRUPT Administration in the HISTORY of the USA


Is anything other than

Completely, Absolutely, and Utterly Insane?

Fool me once, shame on you.

Fool me twice?

Than shame on all you Fox Fake News fucking idiots. 

You give that moralless thief Trump a half a trillion?

Than it is going to disappear into the cold hard night, 

like fireflies in the dying of the light.


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