Wyndorf25

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  1. The Website didn't dig my draft, but I would be pretty happy with this haul. Imagine an influx of play-making ability to this offense by adding players like Hockenson, Brown and Isabella? OLB Miller could push fellow Alabama alum Anderson for the starting spot vacated by Preston Smith and OG Davis would be a consideration as a starter as well. I didn't address QB, but personally, I'd rather build around the QB position this year and let the chips fall where they may and then focus on landing a QB in next years draft (probably with a selection higher than 15). Your score is: 26823 (GRADE: B-) Your Picks:Round 1 Pick 15: TJ Hockenson, TE, Iowa (A-)Round 2 Pick 14: Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma (A)Round 3 Pick 13 (CAR): Andy Isabella, WR, Massachusetts (B+)Round 3 Pick 32 (COMP): Christian Miller, OLB, Alabama (A)Round 4 Pick 13 (CAR): Nate Davis, OG, Charlotte (A)Round 5 Pick 15: Mike Edwards, FS/CB, Kentucky (A)Round 5 Pick 35 (COMP): Preston Williams, WR, Colorado St. (A-)Round 6 Pick 33 (COMP): Jordan Brown, CB, South Dakota State (A+)Round 7 Pick 13: Trey Pipkins, OT, Sioux Falls (A+)Round 7 Pick 39 (COMP): Darius West, FS, Kentucky (A+)Your Future Picks: 2020 Round 1 Pick2021 Round 1 Pick
  2. I totally agree with your statement regarding not spending draft capital on a QB in this draft. There isn't any QB in this draft, save for maybe Murray and Haskins (and I would certainly not advocate trading up for either of them), that realistically would make a significant impact on this team this year. So I say, use this draft to build the team around the QB, fill holes on defense and then roll with Colt/Keenum and take your lumps this season because it's likely to happen even if the Redskins spend the #15 on a QB anyway. Gruden gets fired and the new HC gets to pick his QB of the future from next year's stronger draft class with what will most likely be a top 10 pick, maybe even top 5.
  3. Well this is my personal best score for a draft and I do like it. However, I would have liked to come away with an OT for depth and a possible replacement for Williams eventually. Adding WRs Metcalf, Isabella and Boykin would immediately transform the WR corps into a potential strength. I also believe that the OG/backup Center positions would be immediately upgraded with Bradbury and Samia. Great value for Grier, IMO. Your score is: 34368 (GRADE: A+) Your Picks:Round 1 Pick 29 (K.C.): Metcalf, DK, WR, Mississippi (A+)Round 2 Pick 14: Rapp, Taylor, SS/FS, Washington (A)Round 2 Pick 20 (PITT): Abram, Johnathan, FS, Mississippi State (A+)Round 2 Pick 23 (HOU): Bradbury, Garrett, C/OG, North Carolina State (A-)Round 2 Pick 31 (K.C.): Ferguson, Jaylon, DE, Louisiana Tech (A)Round 3 Pick 12: Isabella, Andy, WR, Massachusetts (A)Round 3 Pick 32 (COMP): Grier, Will, QB, West Virginia (A+)Round 4 Pick 27 (IND): Boyd, Kris, CB, Texas (A+)Round 4 Pick 33 (IND): Coney, Te'von, ILB, Notre Dame (A+)Round 5 Pick 15: Samia, Dru, OG, Oklahoma (A+)Round 5 Pick 35 (COMP): Sample, Drew, TE, Washington (A+)Round 6 Pick 33 (COMP): Boykin, Miles, WR, Notre Dame (A+)Round 7 Pick 13: Johnson, Isaiah, CB, Houston (A+)Round 7 Pick 39 (COMP): Love, Bryce, RB, Stanford (A+)Your Future Picks: 2020 Round 1 Pick2021 Round 1 Pick How You Matched Up: 1. Washington Redskins - 34368
  4. The first four picks would become likely starters on this team due to the combination of talent, need and scheme fit IMO. I LOVE what Isabella could do in this offense as well as a kick returner. Your score is: 32105 (GRADE: A) Your Picks:Round 1 Pick 15: White, Devin, ILB/OLB, LSU (A)Round 2 Pick 16 (MIA): Abram, Johnathan, FS, Mississippi State (A)Round 3 Pick 12: Lindstrom, Chris, OG, Boston College (A)Round 3 Pick 32 (COMP): Isabella, Andy, WR, Massachusetts (A+)Round 4 Pick 14 (MIA): Boyd, Kris, CB, Texas (A+)Round 5 Pick 15: Hanks, Terrill, OLB, New Mexico State (A+)Round 5 Pick 35 (COMP): Hardman, Mecole, WR, Georgia (A+)Round 6 Pick 33 (COMP): Johnson, Isaiah, CB, Houston (A+)Round 7 Pick 13: Powers, Ben, OG, Oklahoma (A+)Round 7 Pick 39 (COMP): Hansen, Justice, QB, Arkansas State (A+)Your Future Picks: 2020 Round 1 Pick2021 Round 1 Pick How You Matched Up: 1. New England Patriots - 32270 2. Washington Redskins - 32105
  5. Wyndorf25

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Hockenson won't be there at 15...and if he is, the Redskins had better draft him!
  6. In what universe is T.J. Hockenson slipping to the END of round 3?! I'd be psyched if the Redskins draft him at 15! That is even more unrealistic as Murray being available at 15. This would be a killer draft though!
  7. Wyndorf25

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    This is my short list of players I hope the Redskins draft with pick 15 (or later if they trade back, NO trade up) in the first round (in no particular order)... -ILB Devin White -TE T.J. Hockenson -DE/OLB Montez Sweat -QB Kyler Murray/Dwayne Haskins/Drew Lock -CB Greedy Williams -WR Marquis Brown -OLB Brian Burns -OG Cody Ford -OLB Jachai Polite Guys who are close but are left off... -WR D.K. Metcalf -TE Noah Fant -OLB Devin Bush -QB Daniel Jones
  8. Your score is: 32690 (GRADE: A+) Your Picks:Round 1 Pick 22 (BALT): Sweat, Montez, DE, Mississippi State (B+)Round 2 Pick 14: Metcalf, DK, WR, Mississippi (A+)Round 2 Pick 17 (CLE): Brown, Marquise, WR, Oklahoma (A+)Round 2 Pick 20 (PITT): Hooker, Amani, FS/SS, Iowa (B+)Round 3 Pick 12: Lindstrom, Chris, OG, Boston College (A)Round 3 Pick 21 (BALT): Love, Julian, CB, Notre Dame (A+)Round 3 Pick 32 (COMP): Boyd, Kris, CB, Texas (A+)Round 3 Pick 38 (BALT): Smith, Kaden, TE, Stanford (A+)Round 5 Pick 15: Stidham, Jarrett, QB, Auburn (A+)Round 5 Pick 35 (COMP): Smith, Cameron, ILB, Southern California (A+)Round 6 Pick 33 (COMP): Anderson, Rodney, RB, Oklahoma (A+)Round 7 Pick 13: Gray, Derwin, OT, Maryland (A+)Round 7 Pick 39 (COMP): Homer, Travis, RB, Miami (FL) (A+)Your Future Picks: 2020 Round 1 Pick2021 Round 1 Pick I'm not sure why the Sweat pick only nets a grade of B+, especially after trading back a couple times and landing him at pick 22. Maybe it because the site has him listed as a DE and not an OLB/Edge which is REALLY the need on this team but damn, that great value IMO. Getting both Metcalf AND Brown at WR...whoa.
  9. I tend to agree with this, as I tend to draft this way in my mocks at FirstPick.com. However, I actually would not be disapointed if the Redskins selected one of the Iowa TEs at 15 or even better, managed to trade back and still land one (I would prefer the more well-rounded Hockenson over the speedy pass-catcher Fant though). Then target a small speedy WR like Andy Isabella with one of the mid-round picks. I wonder if the Redskins would give Junior Gallette another shot with a vet minimum contract. That ship has probably sailed though...
  10. Your score is: 32179 (GRADE: A+) Your Picks:Round 1 Pick 19 (TENN): Murray, Kyler, QB/WR, Oklahoma (A+)Round 2 Pick 14: Rapp, Taylor, SS, Washington (A)Round 2 Pick 17 (CLE): Harmon, Kelvin, WR, North Carolina State (A+)Round 2 Pick 19 (TENN): Cajuste, Yodny, OT, West Virginia (A)Round 3 Pick 12: Gardner-Johnson, Chauncey, FS, Florida (A)Round 3 Pick 32 (COMP): Lindstrom, Chris, OG, Boston College (A+)Round 5 Pick 15: Dean, Jamel, CB, Auburn (A+)Round 5 Pick 35 (COMP): Nauta, Isaac, TE, Georgia (A+)Round 6 Pick 33 (COMP): Johnson, Isaiah, CB, Houston (A+)Round 7 Pick 13: Connelly, Ryan, ILB, Wisconsin (A+)Round 7 Pick 39 (COMP): Love, Bryce, RB, Stanford (A+)Your Future Picks: 2020 Round 1 Pick2021 Round 1 Pick Totally unrealistic draft as not a single QB had been taken by the time my number 15 pick came around so I traded back a couple of times, picking up two more 2nd round picks and I still got my choice of QB (between Murray, Haskins and Lock). Who would you have taken, given this scenario? I say "unrealistic" but then again I never thought Jonathan Allen would slip to the Redskins in 2017 and I certainly never thought the Redskins would be able to land Derrius Guice in the second round last year. All that being said and living in the fantasy realm of mock drafts, this draft would be my personal favorite. I see mostly potential starters at positions of need and some quality back-ups with nearly every pick. It seemed like every guy I wanted was there for the taking at each selection. My least favorite pick was OT Yodny Cajuste in the 2nd round. I took him because he was the only day 1 prospect on the board so I thought he would represent good value and the Redskins could use more OT given the amount of injuries the past few years. But this pick just smacks of the Gerron Christian pick of a year ago.
  11. Your score is: 30223 (GRADE: A-) Your Picks:Round 1 Pick 15: Sweat, Montez, DE, Mississippi State (B)Round 2 Pick 14: Harmon, Kelvin, WR, North Carolina State (A)Round 3 Pick 12: Lindstrom, Chris, OG, Boston College (A)Round 3 Pick 32 (COMP): Johnson, Jaquan, SS, Miami (FL) (A+)Round 5 Pick 15: Stidham, Jarrett, QB, Auburn (A+)Round 5 Pick 35 (COMP): Smith, Cameron, ILB, Southern California (A+)Round 6 Pick 33 (COMP): Bunting, Sean, CB, Central Michigan (A+)Round 7 Pick 13: Warring, Kahale, TE, San Diego State (A+)Round 7 Pick 39 (COMP): Mattison, Alexander, RB, Boise State (A+)Your Future Picks: 2020 Round 1 Pick2021 Round 1 Pick Intentional no trade mock... If the Redskins are able to land OLB/DE Sweat, WR Harmon and OG Lindstrom as well as QB Stidham in their first 5 picks, I would be ecstatic. I can't believe the FirstPick site only gives a B grade for drafting Sweat at 15! I would think that the first 3 picks would become starters day one. Even Stidham would be in the mix with Colt for the starting gig, IMO.
  12. Your score is: 32514 (GRADE: A+) Your Picks:Round 1 Pick 23 (HOU): Thompson, Deionte, FS, Alabama (A)Round 2 Pick 14: Metcalf, DK, WR, Mississippi (A+)Round 2 Pick 17 (CLE): Jones, Dre'Mont, DT, Ohio State (A)Round 3 Pick 12: Thornhill, Juan, SS, Virginia (A+)Round 3 Pick 22 (HOU): Pierschbacher, Ross, OG, Alabama (A+)Round 3 Pick 34 (LAR): Lamar, Tre, ILB, Clemson (A+)Round 4 Pick 31 (LAR): Isabella, Andy, WR, Massachusetts (A+)Round 5 Pick 15: Stidham, Jarrett, QB, Auburn (A+)Round 5 Pick 35 (COMP): Crosby, Maxx, DE, Eastern Michigan (A+)Round 6 Pick 33 (COMP): Johnson, Isaiah, CB, Houston (A+)Round 7 Pick 13: Warring, Kahale, TE, San Diego State (A+)Round 7 Pick 39 (COMP): Pulley, Ryan, CB, Arkansas (A+)Your Future Picks: 2020 Round 1 Pick2021 Round 1 Pick I am a bit obsessed with addressing the WR position in this draft. I would be ecstatic if the Redskins were able to come away with Metcalf and a burner like Isabella who could also be a quality returner for this team. I tried to also address the Safety issue this team has and Thompson is one of the top prospects and Thornhill was terrific value in the third round. I would think Pierschbacher could push for the starting gig at OG. Nabbing QB Stidham in the fifth was a coup and could be a nice developmental player. Warring at TE is raw player, but at 6'5" 250 lbs, has the physical attributes to potentially develop into a quality player at the NFL level.
  13. With the NFL Combine coming up and the Draft right around the corner, I thought I'd fire this thread back up... Your score is: 31315 (GRADE: A) Your Picks:Round 1 Pick 20 (PITT): Metcalf, DK, WR, Mississippi (B+)Round 2 Pick 14: Brown, Marquise, WR, Oklahoma (A)Round 2 Pick 20 (PITT): Wilson, Mack, ILB, Alabama (A)Round 3 Pick 12: Lindstrom, Chris, OG, Boston College (A)Round 3 Pick 32 (COMP): Wilson, Caleb, TE, UCLA (A+)Round 4 Pick 20 (PITT): Stidham, Jarrett, QB, Auburn (A+)Round 5 Pick 15: Thorson, Clayton, QB, Northwestern (A+)Round 5 Pick 35 (COMP): Dean, Jamel, CB, Auburn (A+)Round 6 Pick 33 (COMP): Woods, Zedrick, SS, Mississippi (A+)Round 7 Pick 13: Sweet, William, OT, North Carolina (A+)Round 7 Pick 39 (COMP): Duck, Clifton, CB, Appalachian State (A+)Your Future Picks: 2020 Round 1 Pick2021 Round 1 Pick I know taking WRs with the first two picks would cause some serious face-palms, but imagine how revamped this WR corps would be with the addition of Metcalf AND Brown! Wilson would be in the mix to start at ILB as would Lindstrom at Guard. I doubled down on QBs in the middle rounds as they presented decent value and we all know the Redskins QB situation, so I thought that was a wise move. Not being able to grab an edge rusher to offset the likely loss of Preston Smith would hurt, but then again, that is what FA is for.
  14. Wyndorf25

    Brett Rypien. Opinions?

    I'd be interested if he falls to the 3rd-4th round, mostly because I just don't want the Redskins to chase a QB in the 1st round this year. I would rather use this draft to bolster the other areas of need (safety, WR, Guard, Edge rusher, etc.), ride with either Colt or some cheap FA QB and probably suck in 2019 as a result, then draft the QB of the future in 2020 with a higher draft pick. I dunno. I'll admit, I'm having a tough time caring anymore though. I just can't even with this organization anymore. Dan Snyder is the polar opposite of King Midas. Anything he touches turns to crap. If in an alternate universe, the Redskins had Mahomes, I'm pretty certain he would suck.
  15. Wyndorf25

    Redskins vs Titans Prediction Thread: Livin' On A Prayer

    Head: Titans 27, Redskins 9. I believe these teams are fairly similar--both are built for ball-control by way of a strong running game and elusive QBs that can extend plays/drives with their legs and strong defenses that generally keep the scoring low. That being said, while the Titans and Redskins appear similar on paper and philosophically, the Titans are simply better at all phases of what they want to do at this point--and healthier. Heart: Titans 17, Reskins 16. Titans line up for a FG as time runs out and its good. Heart-breaker in the short term (especially for gamers like Johnson and Peterson), but probably a blessing in disguise for the long-term. They fight hard, but ultimately fall short vs a superior team. Liver: Redskins 20, Titans 17. The scrappy Redskins make a big play on ST and nail a FG to avoid OT. Now the stage is set for the team to puke on its shoes next week vs the Eagles in a game they must win, not just for playoff reasons, but for perception of what this team is and how it performs in those must-win situations. They were able to gut out another win this week, but all that feel-good mojo would be erased with another poor showing in a big spot vs the Eagles.