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  1. Pretty high on David Montgomery and Josh Jacobs this year aint gon lie. Also, plenty to room in my 12 man PPR league. Vin is in, and we probably don't have enough to make a TGP league this year do we? Just jump in.
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    Place your Superb Owl bets now!

    Saints aren't a good bet? U a dumb
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    Place your Superb Owl bets now!

    :Pats: :Saints: The Chiefs (with last years' roster) seemed like a great bet to make the SB. Tyreek Hill was that X factor though. Mahomes is amazing and will definetely still be a top QB but without Tyreek Hill and Kareem Hunt both, I have a hard time thinking the Chiefs will top everybody else in the AFC. I mean sure the Chiefs got a good WR in the draft but not even close to Tyreek Hill, and not nearly as good of a WR as the Pats got in N'Keal Harry. Even though the Pats didn't get a TE in a great TE class they got great value and got multiple players that shouldn't have, and N'Keal Harry could break records as a WR with Brady as he has a huge ceiling with no weaknesses. The Colts make no sense as they had their doors blown off in the first round last year and didn't really add anyone. Had they gotten Leveon Bell and some great draft picks then sure, but no way with the offseason they had. Raz was being sarcastic so I won't touch that one. The Eagles could maybe happen I suppose with their QB and defense. The Steelers weren't getting over the hump with all they talent they had, and now they have even less of it. The O-line and defense are great. They thinned out at WR a bit, however. The Packers don't make a ton of sense as their draft wasn't really much to write home about. The Rams lost Ndomakung Suh and a few other guys, plus Gurley has arthritis in that knee and for some reason they aren't resigning CJ Anderson. Goff isn't too bad but he's not a carry the team on his back type of QB. I've just got to think there will be someone else who will emerge to knock them off after they win the NFCW with a mediocre record. The Giants inclusion was downright stupid. They piss away OBJ and didn't get enough in return. The dude from Michigan they got isn't really translating to the NFL. The draft they had was laughable to put it modestly. Golden Tate was a decent signing I guess but now they have a bunch of slot receivers and no field stretcher. Eli isn't going to take that team to the playoffs with Saquon and Tate as really the main playmakers. Even keeping OBJ they probably weren't gunna put it altogether. For me, the top contenders this year are: :Pats: :Saints: :Chargers: :Eagles: :Chiefs: :Vikings: :Bears: :Rams:
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    Patrick Peterson Pegged For 6-Game PED Ban

    pussy
  5. It's cuz he's a Jaguar and realizes they suck
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    What are we motivated by?

    I'm more motivated by pursuing more avenues of freedom than any of that popularity crap
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    2019 NFL Draft Discussion Thread

    If you could have anything to do with who your team selects, who would you be pushing for to go and get, or how should your team use its resources? Include the positions you want your team to select, and then a few names. only have 5 draft picks this year as of now. If you trade up it better be only a couple slots to land Ferrill Hockenson or Burns. We often trade back, but if one of these guys are available at #21 we need to stay there and take them. 1. Clellan Ferrell, EDGE, Clemson (He has no business falling this far but if he does and you don't scoop him up, please quit). 2. TJ Hockenson, TE, Iowa 3. Brian Burns, EDGE, FSU As I was typing this post, the news about Frank Clark broke, so now we have the 29th pick which I'm just now imagining the possibilities. We now have nothing good at DE. With having this selection, if we don't trade down with our 21st, then I really think we might need to trade down with 29 because there is no end at 29 IMO that is worth grabbing. After Burns and Ferrill it seems there is a huge drop off to where you wait until the 2nd round unless you want to make a big reach. If we don't move down at 29, here is what I'd like to see: 1.. N'keal Harry, WR, ASU 2. DK Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss 3 Byron Murphy, CB, Washington 4. Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama If we trade down and get a pick in the 2nd round, I'd like to see: 1. Chase Winovich, DE, Michigan 2. Nasir Adderly, S, Delaware 3. Irv Smith Jr, TE, Alabama 4. JJ Arcega-Whiteside 5. Zach Allen, DE, Boston College 3rd round: 1. Oshanes, Ximines, DE, Old Dominion 2. Ben Banogu, DE, TCU 3. D'Andre Walker, DE, Georgia (need to study Banogu and Walker and see who I like more) Here is basically what we need in the order of importance: 1. EDGE on the left 2. Possession WR and/or TE 3. EDGE on the right. 4. Safety 5.Corner And I am absolutely ok with switching up the order of importance if huge value is there at another position in the first three rounds.
  8. Alright guys we're within 50 hours of this thing launching, so let's fire it up! Go ahead and predict away, post your mock drafts, or post your wishful thinking. Who will be the future hall of famers in this draft? Won't be long now before it's too late to call your shots, so call 'em
  9. 244 New Orleans Saints MYLES GASKIN. RB. WASHINGTON.
  10. 235 Oakland Raiders Cortez Broughton, DT, Cincinnatti :Smug:
  11. 231th New Orleans Easton Stick. QB. North Dakota State. SHIT WE THOUGHT WE WAS OAKLAND SORRY
  12. Without further ado... #218.... the Oakland Raiders ... TONY POLLARD. ??? KR / WR / RB ???. MEMPHIS Dude isn't ranked high because he never had a "home" as far as where he lined up on the field. He was also overshadowed by Darrell Henderson. But the dude had SEVEN touchdowns on kick returns in just 87 returns and ran wild when he got the ball. Saints lost Mark Ingram and don't have enough young receiving options. He lined up as the wild cat QB quite a bit. Imagine him and Kamara running options plays...
  13. 202nd pick New Orleans Saints select . . . SAQUON HAMPTON. DEFENSIVE BACK. RUTGERS.
  14. Oakland Raiders 196 MALIK GANT. SAFETY. MARSHALL.
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