I'm going to start the clock again at noon today. I haven't gotten any sleep, so If I end up passing out at some point, message one of the guys mentioned yesterday with trades: CJ or Shane. Pick-for-pick trades can be approved by both GMs in the discussion thread. Please wait regarding trades involving veteran players, unless they involve imminent draft picks (basically, something we may get to before I return; this is not a time to push through veteran trades involving mid-or-late round picks.) In that case, message one of the guys previously mentioned. If the clock expires for anyone, CJ or Shane will be in charge of making any final picks. Indianapolis has left a big board.
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Originally Posted by Todd Bertuzzi
Am I the only one who likes Montgomery more than mingo? Honestly not a huge fan of either though. Never saw what all that hype was about.
And Tackle doesn't even need to leave a board because we all know exactly who he's taking.
I agree with both your points. Mingo has the better potential, but outside of the Peach Bowl, Montgomery has simply played better than Mingo. I wouldn't rush to take either, but I would prefer Montgomery.
I'm working on the draft order for the last two rounds, and I'm going to assess all of the "undisclosed picks" as sixth-rounders if possible, seventh-rounders if not. You can find a list of those picks here:
Full order's up. I went with sixth-rounders for every undisclosed pick and kept the conditional picks as-is (i.e. no escalators, etc. except if mentioned.) Picks rotated as they have every round for non-playoff teams with equal records.