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On the clock
« on: December 23, 2017, 05:30:25 AM »
Here is my first on the clock draft for 2018. I think I solved our pass rush problem and wouldn't think twice about taking all three of those guys if they fell in these spots.

16: R1P16  EDGE ARDEN KEY LSU
48: R2P16  TE MARK ANDREWS OKLAHOMA
80: R3P16  EDGE CLELIN FERRELL CLEMSON
102: R3P38  EDGE DORANCE ARMSTRONG JR. KANSAS
118: R4P16  CB J.C. JACKSON MARYLAND
155: R5P16  CB SAM BEAL WESTERN MICHIGAN
173: R5P34  C JAMES DANIELS IOWA
175: R5P36  WR DANTE PETTIS WASHINGTON
177: R5P38  OT CASEY TUCKER STANFORD
194: R6P16  G SCOTT QUESSENBERRY UCLA
235: R7P16  LB TEGRAY SCALES INDIANA
237: R7P18  G LARRY ALLEN JR. HARVARD
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Re: On the clock
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2017, 06:19:20 AM »
Here is my first on the clock draft for 2018. I think I solved our pass rush problem and wouldn't think twice about taking all three of those guys if they fell in these spots.

16: R1P16  EDGE ARDEN KEY LSU
48: R2P16  TE MARK ANDREWS OKLAHOMA
80: R3P16  EDGE CLELIN FERRELL CLEMSON
102: R3P38  EDGE DORANCE ARMSTRONG JR. KANSAS
118: R4P16  CB J.C. JACKSON MARYLAND
155: R5P16  CB SAM BEAL WESTERN MICHIGAN
173: R5P34  C JAMES DANIELS IOWA
175: R5P36  WR DANTE PETTIS WASHINGTON
177: R5P38  OT CASEY TUCKER STANFORD
194: R6P16  G SCOTT QUESSENBERRY UCLA
235: R7P16  LB TEGRAY SCALES INDIANA
237: R7P18  G LARRY ALLEN JR. HARVARD

Hey you got 3 first round picks.  thumbsup)

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Re: On the clock
« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2017, 07:34:09 AM »
Here is my first on the clock draft for 2018. I think I solved our pass rush problem and wouldn't think twice about taking all three of those guys if they fell in these spots.

16: R1P16  EDGE ARDEN KEY LSU Trade back to #20: Edge Clelin Ferrell Clemson (pick up pick #52)
48: R2P16  TE MARK ANDREWS OKLAHOMA WR Equanimeous St. Brown Notre Dame
#52 RB Royce Freeman Oregon
80: R3P16  EDGE CLELIN FERRELL CLEMSON Edge Marcell Frazer Mizzu
102: R3P38  EDGE DORANCE ARMSTRONG JR. KANSAS TE Dallas Goedert South Dakota St
118: R4P16  CB J.C. JACKSON MARYLAND QB Riley Ferguson Memphis
155: R5P16  CB SAM BEAL WESTERN MICHIGAN ILB Josey Jewell Iowa (for cheech!)  ;D
173: R5P34  C JAMES DANIELS IOWA CB Tony Brown Alabama
175: R5P36  WR DANTE PETTIS WASHINGTON S/CB Adonis Alexander Virginia Tech
177: R5P38  OT CASEY TUCKER STANFORD G Wyatt Teller Virginia Tech
194: R6P16  G SCOTT QUESSENBERRY UCLA WR Deontay Burnett USC
235: R7P16  LB TEGRAY SCALES INDIANA CB Andre Chachere San Jose St
237: R7P18  G LARRY ALLEN JR. HARVARD C Shelton Coleman Washington

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Re: On the clock
« Reply #3 on: December 23, 2017, 07:47:35 AM »
Hey Golf I also did my first "On the Clock" last night.  I used the Fanspeak data base for my draft.  I compared the picks against Rob Rang at CBS Sports and NFL scout.  I noticed that there was a wide swing in some of player rankings, I generally avoided picking one of the obvious players that will go in the first day or two of the Draft and selecting then with day three picks, thus trying to generate as real of a draft as I could get.
I like doing these drafts because it helps me get a feel for the general order and makes me do a little internet research on the players.
With all the extra selection this year feels like we may be able to add some really good depth a multiple positions.

16: R1P16 EDGE ARDEN KEY LSU
48: R2P16 WR D.J. CHARK LSU
80: R3P16 EDGE CLELIN FERRELL CLEMSON
102: R3P38 TE IAN THOMAS INDIANA
118: R4P16 G BRADEN SMITH AUBURN
155: R5P16 CB ANTHONY AVERETT ALABAMA
173: R5P34 RB KALEN BALLAGE ARIZONA STATE
175: R5P36 G ROSS PIERSCHBACHER ALABAMA
177: R5P38 WR CEDRICK WILSON BOISE STATE
194: R6P16 DL B.J. HILL NORTH CAROLINA STATE
235: R7P16 QB RILEY FERGUSON MEMPHIS
237: R7P18 OT DAVID BRIGHT STANFORD

To me the first round seemed obvious, I saw Mark Andrews on the board in the second, thought hard about selecting him. Right now he appears to be the best TE in this draft, I just don't value TE before pick 100. Hoping the WR selection will be another in the long line of TT second round hits.  In the 3rd I felt Clelin Ferrell was way to good of value, during the real draft he might be gone before our 2nd selection, (Just my perceived position value). Golf with your third Edge, I am finding that to be bold, we could use the players. During my draft, the TE were coming off the board and I liked three TE in this area of the draft, Mike Gesicki Penn State, Troy Fumagalli Wis and Ian Thomas Indiana. In the 4th I put my TT hat on grabbed the next O lineman. Getting 4 picks in the 5th was sweet.  Sorta filled the shopping cart with best players verse needs.  Towards the end I was just selecting three player that I think might make 53 but more than likely will be practice squad.









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Re: On the clock
« Reply #4 on: December 23, 2017, 09:43:32 AM »
Here is my first on the clock draft for 2018. I think I solved our pass rush problem and wouldn't think twice about taking all three of those guys if they fell in these spots.

16: R1P16  EDGE ARDEN KEY LSU Trade back to #20: Edge Clelin Ferrell Clemson (pick up pick #52)
48: R2P16  TE MARK ANDREWS OKLAHOMA WR Equanimeous St. Brown Notre Dame
#52 RB Royce Freeman Oregon
80: R3P16  EDGE CLELIN FERRELL CLEMSON Edge Marcell Frazer Mizzu
102: R3P38  EDGE DORANCE ARMSTRONG JR. KANSAS TE Dallas Goedert South Dakota St
118: R4P16  CB J.C. JACKSON MARYLAND QB Riley Ferguson Memphis
155: R5P16  CB SAM BEAL WESTERN MICHIGAN ILB Josey Jewell Iowa (for cheech!)  ;D
173: R5P34  C JAMES DANIELS IOWA CB Tony Brown Alabama
175: R5P36  WR DANTE PETTIS WASHINGTON S/CB Adonis Alexander Virginia Tech
177: R5P38  OT CASEY TUCKER STANFORD G Wyatt Teller Virginia Tech
194: R6P16  G SCOTT QUESSENBERRY UCLA WR Deontay Burnett USC
235: R7P16  LB TEGRAY SCALES INDIANA CB Andre Chachere San Jose St
237: R7P18  G LARRY ALLEN JR. HARVARD C Shelton Coleman Washington

I like mine better because I think Key is elite talent and you don't pass that up. This is way too early in the process as they have guys way out of place. Tegray Scales won't last past round 3 IMO.
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Re: On the clock
« Reply #5 on: December 23, 2017, 11:18:01 AM »
Tegray Scales? Tegray? I want him on the team! Last year it was Lenzy Pipkens. Some names just need to be heard on national television, and those two are names that should be heard. Of course, Ripkowski is also a great name- sounds like a guy who would have been a teammate of Nagurski, or Butkus, or Nitschke.
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Re: On the clock
« Reply #6 on: December 24, 2017, 03:41:38 PM »
I have no idea beyond round four, not this early in the draft process............but here is my Fanspeak effort.

1) Edge Harold Landry, Boston. (6'3", 250 lb) Daniel Jeremiah says: Explosive, can bend the arc outside, great finisher, terrific instincts. Capable of being a 3-4 OLB.
2) CB Levi Wallace, Alabama (6'0", 185 lb) Draftblaster says: Exceptional cover corner who has shut down half the field for Alabama this year. True outside corner. Wins majority of contested balls.
3) WR D.J.Moore, Maryland (5'10", 215 lb) Draftblaster says: Profoundly productive. Excellent cuts. Can find the soft spots in cocverage. Willing blocker with powerful build
3comp) TE Troy Fumagalli, Wisconsin (6'6", 248 lb) Draftttek says: Fumagalli is everything Gesicki isn't. Polished, plays smart, runs great routes, understands coverage, tremendous comcentration. From Wisconsin means being a good blocker, ahead of the curve there, compared to most TEs. Not a burner.
4) TE Mike Gesicki, Penn state (6'6", 250 lb) Drafttek says: Raw player (compared to Fumagalli) but has the stretch field speed and top end athleticism to go with massive catch radius. Catching ability reflects his hoops background. Gesicki is all about upside. Two different TEs that bring different strengths to the Packers.
« Last Edit: December 24, 2017, 04:05:26 PM by OneTwoSixFive »
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Re: On the clock
« Reply #7 on: December 24, 2017, 06:23:50 PM »
I have no idea beyond round four, not this early in the draft process............but here is my Fanspeak effort.

1) Edge Harold Landry, Boston. (6'3", 250 lb) Daniel Jeremiah says: Explosive, can bend the arc outside, great finisher, terrific instincts. Capable of being a 3-4 OLB.
2) CB Levi Wallace, Alabama (6'0", 185 lb) Draftblaster says: Exceptional cover corner who has shut down half the field for Alabama this year. True outside corner. Wins majority of contested balls.
3) WR D.J.Moore, Maryland (5'10", 215 lb) Draftblaster says: Profoundly productive. Excellent cuts. Can find the soft spots in cocverage. Willing blocker with powerful build
3comp) TE Troy Fumagalli, Wisconsin (6'6", 248 lb) Draftttek says: Fumagalli is everything Gesicki isn't. Polished, plays smart, runs great routes, understands coverage, tremendous comcentration. From Wisconsin means being a good blocker, ahead of the curve there, compared to most TEs. Not a burner.
4) TE Mike Gesicki, Penn state (6'6", 250 lb) Drafttek says: Raw player (compared to Fumagalli) but has the stretch field speed and top end athleticism to go with massive catch radius. Catching ability reflects his hoops background. Gesicki is all about upside. Two different TEs that bring different strengths to the Packers.

I like this draft, especially the double dip at TE in round 3/4. I personally would rather have Key than Landry, but splitting hairs. 
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Re: On the clock
« Reply #8 on: December 24, 2017, 06:50:44 PM »
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Current #NFLDraft order after 1PM games (no trades)

1. Browns
2. Giants
3. Colts
4. Texans
5. 49ers
6. Bucs
7. Broncos
8. Jets
9. Bears
10. Bengals
11. Cardinals
12. Raiders
13. Dolphins
14. Packers
15. Redskins

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Re: On the clock
« Reply #9 on: December 25, 2017, 09:41:36 AM »
Here is my first on the clock draft for 2018. I think I solved our pass rush problem and wouldn't think twice about taking all three of those guys if they fell in these spots.

16: R1P16  EDGE ARDEN KEY LSU
48: R2P16  TE MARK ANDREWS OKLAHOMA
80: R3P16  EDGE CLELIN FERRELL CLEMSON
102: R3P38  EDGE DORANCE ARMSTRONG JR. KANSAS
118: R4P16  CB J.C. JACKSON MARYLAND
155: R5P16  CB SAM BEAL WESTERN MICHIGAN
173: R5P34  C JAMES DANIELS IOWA
175: R5P36  WR DANTE PETTIS WASHINGTON
177: R5P38  OT CASEY TUCKER STANFORD
194: R6P16  G SCOTT QUESSENBERRY UCLA
235: R7P16  LB TEGRAY SCALES INDIANA
237: R7P18  G LARRY ALLEN JR. HARVARD

You inspired me to get an early jump on the hours that I historically waste on this addictive site.  I only did 5 rounds because I'm not up enough on the later players yet, but still, check out this draft.  If only:

1.  EDGE - BRADLEY CHUBB - NC STATE

2. LB - ROQUAN SMITH - GEORGIA

3a: TE - MARK ANDREWS - OKLAHOMA

3b: C - FRANK RAGNOW - ARKANSAS

4. WR - DJ CHARK - LSU

5a: S - DOMINICK SANDERS - GEORGIA

5b. CB - M.J. STEWART - N. CAROLINA

5c. DL - CHRISTIAN LACOUTURE - LSU

5d. QB - RYAN FINLEY - NC STATE

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Re: On the clock
« Reply #10 on: December 25, 2017, 09:58:57 AM »
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Current #NFLDraft order after 1PM games (no trades)

1. Browns
2. Giants
3. Colts
4. Texans
5. 49ers
6. Bucs
7. Broncos
8. Jets
9. Bears
10. Bengals
11. Cardinals
12. Raiders
13. Dolphins
14. Packers
15. Redskins

Assuming I have worked it out right , Packers draft 15th now. In the final week, If the Packers lose to the Lions, they jump above any of the Dolphins, Cards, Redskins, who win.
Redskins play at the Giants (2-13)
Cards play at the Seahawks (9-6)
Dolphins host the Bills (8-7)

Most likely outcome (imo) is that the Packers do lose and one of the above teams (Redskins are favourite) wins. Final draft spot, 14.
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Re: On the clock
« Reply #11 on: December 25, 2017, 12:05:35 PM »
The Raiders also could, not likely win two and move below us as well. Best case scenario is the Packers draft 11. Worst case scenario is 15 if we lose. If we win we could drop to about 20.
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Re: On the clock
« Reply #12 on: December 25, 2017, 12:32:46 PM »
Forgot the Raiders haven't played week 16 yet. Good catch. Their strength of schedule is easier than tha Packers, but if they win two and go 8-8 and the Packers go 7-9, that will not matter, of course.
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Re: On the clock
« Reply #13 on: December 25, 2017, 04:55:02 PM »
Here is my first on the clock draft for 2018. I think I solved our pass rush problem and wouldn't think twice about taking all three of those guys if they fell in these spots.

16: R1P16  EDGE ARDEN KEY LSU
48: R2P16  TE MARK ANDREWS OKLAHOMA
80: R3P16  EDGE CLELIN FERRELL CLEMSON
102: R3P38  EDGE DORANCE ARMSTRONG JR. KANSAS
118: R4P16  CB J.C. JACKSON MARYLAND
155: R5P16  CB SAM BEAL WESTERN MICHIGAN
173: R5P34  C JAMES DANIELS IOWA
175: R5P36  WR DANTE PETTIS WASHINGTON
177: R5P38  OT CASEY TUCKER STANFORD
194: R6P16  G SCOTT QUESSENBERRY UCLA
235: R7P16  LB TEGRAY SCALES INDIANA
237: R7P18  G LARRY ALLEN JR. HARVARD

You inspired me to get an early jump on the hours that I historically waste on this addictive site.  I only did 5 rounds because I'm not up enough on the later players yet, but still, check out this draft.  If only:

1.  EDGE - BRADLEY CHUBB - NC STATE

2. LB - ROQUAN SMITH - GEORGIA

3a: TE - MARK ANDREWS - OKLAHOMA

3b: C - FRANK RAGNOW - ARKANSAS

4. WR - DJ CHARK - LSU

5a: S - DOMINICK SANDERS - GEORGIA

5b. CB - M.J. STEWART - N. CAROLINA

5c. DL - CHRISTIAN LACOUTURE - LSU

5d. QB - RYAN FINLEY - NC STATE

I doubt Chubb will get past the top 10 picks.

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Re: On the clock
« Reply #14 on: December 25, 2017, 04:56:27 PM »
Forgot the Raiders haven't played week 16 yet. Good catch. Their strength of schedule is easier than tha Packers, but if they win two and go 8-8 and the Packers go 7-9, that will not matter, of course.

The Raiders are playing the Eagles in Philly in a little while.  I'll be surprised if they win that one.