Wyndorf25

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  1. Yeah, I've read he's on his way to becoming a friggin doctor. That, alone, implies he is a special individual.
  2. Ok, fair enough. First of all I didnt realize Ray Rice was that small, but the Warrick Dunn comp is accurate. I wiil say though, those are some pretty special players you have cherry-picked. Most 5'9" 200lb backs are just not lead RBs in the NFL. But your point is taken.
  3. You make some good points, time-line wise but I don't think Love will ever be considered an RB1 due to his diminutive size. At best, he can become an Alvin Kamara change of pace type back.
  4. Upon further thought and research on the player and the fact that 2 of the 3 players I was pining for have been drafted, I'm fine with the pick. My initial reaction was knee-jerk because I was concerned that the Oline was being neglected and I felt more pass-catching weapons were still needed. I still can't believe the Redskins were able to get Harmon in the sixth round! As for Love, all I knew about him was that he was recovering from a blown tire and that he was a small frame back that I thought could be had in the 5th or 6th. He really was scintillating in 2017 and has huge upside as a change of pace back if he can regain his form. Chris Thompson won't be around in a couple years and even when he is, he's often hurt himself. I would even contend that Thompson has lost a step, I mean, he didn't look like himself last year when he was playing. So, I've been saying this a lot during this draft...I must give this FO credit where credit is due. At the end of it all, this was a terrific draft (on paper). Welcome to the Redskins, Bryce! HTTR
  5. Head-scratcher pick for me. Why Love in the 4th? With FS Dionte Thompson, OG Ross Pierschbacher and WR Kelvin Harmon all still on the board and they go small, injured RB in the 4th? Yuck. First pick I hate by the Redskins so far.
  6. Wyndorf25

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Me too. I have to give credit where credit is due...The Redskins showed discipline and stayed at 15, allowing the board to come to them and got a QB that some consider the best in this class. Then, they pounce on Sweat who most considered a top 10 talent at pick 26. It's a good morning. I say stand pat with the two 3Rd round picks, target a WR (Andy Isabella would be my hope) and a potential starting caliber OG and this draft would already be considered a success IMO.
  7. Wyndorf25

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    I'm just so scared that this front office is going to do something stupid like move to number 3 to get a QB that they could have gotten at number 15
  8. Here we go again with a trade back scenario in the 1st round and lo and behold...Haskins is still there for the taking. The value for Simmons in the second round was just too good to pass up even if it is a bit of a luxury pick. I love Winovich, I just don't think you can have too many players like him on your defense. Your score is: 30383 (GRADE: A-) Your Picks:Round 1 Pick 30 (G.B.): Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio St. (A+)Round 2 Pick 12 (G.B.): Jeffery Simmons, DT, Miss. State (A)Round 2 Pick 14: NKeal Harry, WR, Arizona St. (A)Round 3 Pick 11 (G.B.): Darnell Savage, FS, Maryland (A+)Round 3 Pick 12: Chase Winovich, DE, Michigan (A)Round 3 Pick 32 (COMP): Andy Isabella, WR, Massachusetts (A)Round 5 Pick 15: Ben Powers, OG, Oklahoma (A+)Round 5 Pick 35 (COMP): Isaac Nauta, TE, Georgia (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): Diontae Johnson, WR, Toledo (A+)Your Future Picks: 2020 Round 1 Pick2021 Round 1 Pick
  9. Still a pretty good score and a would be a hell of a draft. Love the color scheme! I hope the Redskins can find a way to get Hockenson in the draft. I think he would allow this offense to really take off under Gruden's stewardship. He would allow the team to run or pass without tipping defenses off and is a playmaker that Reed used to be.
  10. Holy Round 3, Batman!!! All kidding aside, nice draft. I like the focus on the O-line early and Campbell and Samuel would be great additions to the WR corps. And how do you not love the Alabama guys?
  11. Trading back to 19 and still landing Haskins would probably be viewed as a huge win, but I guess, I'm just not that big of a fan. But it felt like the right thing to do, given the value. Rapp and Savage to go with Collins would probably make the Safety position an area of strength on this defense. Cambell and Isabella offer some real intrigue as WR additions. I think this mock has pretty solid talent throughout. Your score is: 29546 (GRADE: A-) Your Picks:Round 1 Pick 19 (TENN): Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio St. (A+)Round 2 Pick 14: Taylor Rapp, SS/FS, Washington (A)Round 2 Pick 20 (PITT): Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio St. (A-)Round 3 Pick 12: Darnell Savage, FS, Maryland (A)Round 3 Pick 32 (COMP): Andy Isabella, WR, Massachusetts (A)Round 4 Pick 12 (G.B.): Foster Moreau, TE, LSU (A+)Round 4 Pick 16 (G.B.): Nate Davis, OG, Charlotte (A+)Round 5 Pick 15: Olisaemeka Udoh, OT, Elon (A)Round 5 Pick 35 (COMP): Jordan Brailford, DE, Oklahoma St. (A+)Round 6 Pick 33 (COMP): Jordan Brown, CB, South Dakota State (A+)Round 7 Pick 13: Cody Barton, OLB, Utah (A+)Round 7 Pick 39 (COMP): Kingsley Keke, DT, Texas A&M (A+)Your Future Picks: 2020 Round 1 Pick2021 Round 1 Pick
  12. 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
  13. 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.
  14. 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
  15. 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