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BlueEyedJag

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In Topic: RB in Round 2? Yay or Nay?

20 April 2014 - 02:21 PM

Earliest I'd want a RB is round 4 and even that is pushing it...

 

We already have Gerhart/Todman/DRob so its not a major need plus with such a deep draft plenty of better options at other positions than a RB in rounds 1-3 easy and probably better options in rounds 4 and 5 as well.


In Topic: Mock draft, again (this time with trades)

20 April 2014 - 12:44 PM

Your points are very valid. Who would you take/mock with #38 and #39?

 

If you feel you really have to have a QB see if Carr(most likely) or one of Manziel/Bridgewater/Bortles falls to the pick.

 

I personally would hope Sua'Filo falls to 38/39 and take a Shazier/Van Noy.

 

2 of the below could/should be there @ 38/39 and I would take 2 of these over 1 Bridgewater:

 

Sua'Filo (unlikely)

Gabe Jackson

Yankey

Richburg

Nix

Tuitt

Hageman

Dennard (unlikely)

Benjamin (might not grab due to Evans @ 7)

Shazier

Van Noy

Dee Ford

Fuller

Allen Robinson (might not grab due to Evans @ 7)

Jordan Matthews (see above)

Jimmie Ward

 

The added perk of having 2 2nd rounders is that you can grab a guy earlier see Richburg...who fits the scheme but might not be worth 39 but won't be on the board when our 3rd rounder comes around.


In Topic: Mock draft, again (this time with trades)

20 April 2014 - 09:02 AM

I'd be fine with the trade back and taking Evans @ 7 but I wouldn't want to trade back up especially all the way to 13 which would cost more than 2 2nd rounders.

 

If you don't think Bridgewater/QB is your guy @ 3 and then not @ 7 I don't think you make the move to 13 and say yep he is our guy @13.  If you think he is/can be the guy you take him @ 3 or at least @ 7 or if you think he will fall trade back out from 7 again.

 

I personally would rather have:

 

Evans + 38 and 39 and see who falls

 

than

 

Evans + Bridgewater (that your passed over twice already)


In Topic: Mock draft, again (this time with trades)

20 April 2014 - 08:58 AM

  Aikens has good size, but hasn't shown anything special except when playing high school level talent.  Every other choice thereafter are developmental players, at best.     

 

 

Aikens would be a fine pick in the 4th/5th range...He fits the scheme just about as good as any CB in this draft and could be had for good value. 

 

4th through 7th round guys usually are developmental guys so expecting more is setting yourself up for disappointment.

 

I understand this is a deep draft and all but if a guy still falls to the 4th he obviously still has some flaws that need to be developed.


In Topic: Test Your GM Skill. Name An Upcoming Jaguar Draft Pick

18 April 2014 - 08:23 PM

 

 

I'll go out on a limb and guess Gabe Jackson, G, Mississippi State. Day 3 selection.

 

Day 3 is 4th round right?

 

You seeing Gabe Jackson falling big time?

 

I'd say Richburg/Martin - OC