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  1. I thought this draft was even better than my last one, especially given that I didn't have to even trade up to land Lawrence (which is obviously so incredibly unrealistic for him to fall to pick 14). That and I wound up with a total of 10 picks and I was able to hit on all of them. Lawrence is the jewel of this mock, but Pitts in the late 2nd would be an immediate upgrade at TE. Asante Samuel Jr. would be a steal in the 3rd, Mayfield could project as a possible starter at OT and Coxie has the production that could make him a viable WR2 in this offense. RB Borghi draws interesting c
  2. Ok...No one can accuse me of not planning ahead...The sim currently has the Redskins selecting 14th overall in the 2021 draft. Your score is: 45208 (GRADE: A+)Your Picks:Round 1 Pick 11 (MIA): Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson (A+)Round 2 Pick 14: Hamsah Nasirildeen, FS/SS, Florida State (A+)Round 3 Pick 19 (DAL): Terrace Marshall, WR, LSU (A+)Round 4 Pick 14: Abraham Lucas, OT, Washington State (A+)Round 4 Pick 17 (IND): Tommy Kraemer, OG, Notre Dame (A+)Round 4 Pick 19 (DAL): Ben Cleveland, C/OG, Georgia (A+)Round 5 Pick 14: Trey Dean, CB, Florida (A+)Round 6 Pick 14: Dazz Newsome, WR
  3. Welp. WIth the team moving on from Peterson today, I think Gibson is going to be the team's breakout player--on offense, at least. I see him being used in a role very similar to how the Saints use Kamara. We can just hope he is nearly as effective.
  4. Funny thing is that two of those players I wanted still got picked by the team.
  5. I disagree that Guice won't be missed. He couldn't be counted on but his on-field talent was undeniable. Losing him from this roster is a blow. The hope is that the Organization can back-fill the talent gap at the RB position. Either by guys like Love and/or Gibson stepping up or a trade for a player (like someone mentioned trading for Devonte Freeman) or signing a player in FA Actually, I think I just agreed with you about the hope for Love and Gibson. My point though was that the loss of Guice's talent will still be felt, depth wise.
  6. Guice will blow a tire on the courthouse steps...
  7. Antonio Gibson is like "whew, Im a 3rd rounder!"
  8. I'm gonna go with Guice. I think the pendulum swings both ways in life and for the first time in his NFL career he stays healthy enough to play in at least 14 of 16 games and gains 1500 total yards 8 TDS and a 5.3 yds avg per touch. He is a solid talent when given opportunity. Although AP is going to cut into those numbers. I still think Guice will be the featured RB this year and will produce. Color me optimistic
  9. The comparison shouldn't be how would Baugh compare to Jackson TODAY. Nevermind the difference in sports medicine. The comparison should be how much better Baugh was at HIS time vs the rest of the league compared to how much better Jackson is vs the league today. Baugh was not only a terrific QB in his day, but a terrific DB and ST player. I suppose its not fair to compare positional versatility to today's NFL since up until recently it hasn't been a valued commodity but you can't deny how much Baugh meant to his team's overall fortunes.
  10. "Yeah, I'm a Pelican...a Magic (or is it Magician--even worse), a Brown..." this could go on an on. lol
  11. Fair enough. I don't really care all that much about the movie or the actual "300". Phalanx is simply an impregnable battle formation and an original name for a football team. But sure go Redwhatevers...
  12. Ok. This...Washington Phalanx Keep the color scheme which is not that far off of those in the 300. Shield and Spear logo. Its not offensive to any group of people it demonstrates strength in unity it does require a change to HTTR but HTTP isn't all that bad It actually fits within the fight song, phonetically And what a cool and original word for a sports team. Just sayin
  13. This is a rough one for me because while I REALLY coveted TE Harrison Bryant from FAU, I also really liked the OT Saahdiq Charles (spelling) pick. I can't fault the Redskins for taking him there, leaving Bryant on the board in the 4th round as the Redskins NEEDED to find an OT that has the potential to start on the heels of the Trent trade. Bryant was a volume pass catcher and a willing blocker with the potential to pack on some more muscle. I think he would have been a great weapon in the Redskins offense, potentially similar to what Greg Olsen provided. B
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