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01-21-2015, 11:25 AM
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Four round mock
I first want to apologize since the format will be horrid since I'm transferring from a excel.
1. Tampa Bay Marcus Mariota QB Bucs get their franchise QB. Comparison: Colin Kaepernick
2. Tennessee Randy Gregory DE Titans lack defensive talent.. Gregory gives Horton massive potential
3. Jacksonville Leonard Williams DT Massive and athletic big body.. He'll be a game-changer to their defense
4. Oakland Amari Cooper WR Derek Carr get's an elite WR for his offense.
5. Washington Brandon Scherff OT Keeping their QB upright is priority #1.
6. New York (J) Jameis Winston QB The circus continues in New York.. Winston is named their new 'franchise' QB Comparison: Ben Roethlisberger
7. Chicago Landon Collins S Building a hard-hitting defense is priority #1 for newly coined coach Fox
8. Atlanta Alvin Dupree DE Atlanta takes the best pass-rusher left
9. New York (G) Shane Ray DE Giants could have gone OT, however, Ray is too talented to pass-up
10. St. Louis Andrus Peat OT St. Louis already has a surprisingly talented DL, time to turn attention to the OL.
11. Minnesota Kevin White WR Patterson was a complete failure in his 2nd year. White should make an instant impact.
12. Cleveland Danny Shelton DT Cleveland needs help all over the board.. They'll take the player in a position of need
13. New Orleans Vic Beasley OLB New Orleans needs the best avaliable defensive player on the board. Beasley is a beast
14. Miami TJ Clemmings OT Building the OL is critical.. He has the abilities to move around the line.
15. San Francisco DeVante Parker WR 49ers need to replace likely lost starter Michael Crabtree
16. Houston Malcom Brown DT Houston get's an athletic clog for the middle of the defense.
17. San Diego Trae Waynes CB Playing Peyton Manning 2-times per year they'll need all the secondary help in the world.
18. Kansas City La'el Collins OT Kansas City Chiefs fill a need with Collins as he can move around the line.
19. Cleveland Jaelen Strong WR Cleveland gets their starter opposite Josh Gordon. He'll make an instant impact.
20. Philadelphia PJ Williams CB Improving the secondary is their #1 task this offseason
21. Cincinnati Ty Sambrailo OT Unfortunately they found out Newhouse cannot be trusted. Time to develop someone who can be trusted
22. Pittsburgh Shaq Thompson OLB Steal at the 22nd selection.. Pittsburgh gets a highly athletic linebacker
23. Detroit Eddie Goldman DT Lions will likely lose either Suh or Fairley or both.. Goldman fills a major need.
24. Arizona Melvin Gordon RB Gordon makes their offense explosive. Comparison: Jamaal Charles
25. Carolina Ereck Flowers OT Flowers is a major riser and has the skill-set to be a day one starter
26. Baltimore Dante Fowler JR OLB Baltimore addresses a position that is aging quickly.. He'll be a nightmare in a few years.
27. Dallas Eli Harold DE/OLB Dallas lacked pass-rushing abilities and it doomed them in the playoffs. Harold brings elite measurables.
28. Denver Devin Funchess TE Denver gets a major TE talent in Funchess. He'll easily relace Julius Thomas in their air-attack.
29. Indianapolis Dorial Green-Beckham WR Indiapolis takes the most gifted WR in the draft. He'll soften the blow of potentially losing Reggie Wayne. Hilton/Moncrief/DGB are damn scary.
30. Green Bay Benardrick McKinney ILB Packers fill a need opposite Sam Barrington. Matthews was a temp solution at the position (Peppers-Barrington-McKinney-Matthews) is scary good!
31. Seattle Maxx Williams TE Outside of Devin Funchess who is a WR/TE hybrid Maxx Williams is the 2nd best TE.. He'll give Wilson an elite pass-catching TE.
32. New England Michael Bennett DT Patriots get a highly underrated player in Bennett. Reminds me of a taller and more gifted Mike Daniels.
33. Tennessee Brett Hundley QB Tennessee gets their athletic QB of the future
34. Tampa Bay AJ Cann OG Fills a major need with an instant starter
35. Oakland Eric Kendricks ILB Highly productive at UCLA and will be a starter for the Raiders early on
36. Jacksonville Danielle Hunter DE Massive length and causes pressure with his rush.. He'll be a monster on the team.
37. New York (J) Sammie Coates WR Winston will start his pro career with major speed Decker, Harvin and Coates… WOW
38. Washington Ellis McCarthy DT Washington is the first to reach and get's a two-down plugger. With the right conditioning he'll be a nightmare.
39. Chicago Paul Dawson OLB Chicago continues to relentlessly improve their defense
40. New York (G) Cedric Ogbuehi OT Giants passed on their biggest need in round one and select an underrated one in the 2nd
41. St. Louis Josh Harper WR Small school prospect with big talent
42. Atlanta Cameron Erving OC Atlanta continues to build their offensive line
43. Cleveland Preston Smith DE Massive length and solid speed.. He'll need to gain weight on his frame, but has all the tools to be elite.
44. New Orleans Denzel Perryman ILB New Orleans gets a playmaker inside..
45. Minnesota Todd Gurley RB Vikings get a steal with the highly talented Gurley. He'll be the starter sooner than expected. Comparison: MarShawn Lynch
46. San Francisco Arik Armstead DE Tomsula loves himself some DL talent.. Armstead probably has the highest ceiling for any 3-4 DE prospects.
47. Dolphins Marcus Peters CB Ultra-talented but troubled player.. Dolphins cannot pass on him playing Brady 2x per year.
48. San Diego Jordan Phillips DT Massive length great speed and hulking size.. Solid selection for the Chargers defense
49. Kansas City Nelson Agholor WR Underrated WR who'll make a surprising contribution early
50. Buffalo Tevin Coleman RB CJ Spiller is likely gone and Jackson is on borrowed time. Comparison: DeMarco Murray
51. Houston Alex Carter CB Another piece for an aging secondary
52. Philadelphia Cody Prewitt S Philadelphia knew their weakness coming into the offseason.. They're addressing it in a big way!
53. Cincinnati Xavier Cooper DT Great size, length and speed paired with solid strength.. He'll need a year to develop.
54. Detroit Nate Orchard DE Lions are retooling an already scary defense
55. Arizona Carl Davis DT/DE He'll likely play DE in the 3-4.. Great long term-prospect with skill-set.
56. Pittsburgh Owamagbe Odighizuwa DE Steelers get a steal in the 2nd
57. Carolina Justin Hardy WR Small school prospect with big talent
58. Baltimore Rashad Greene WR Speedy, undersized prospect with proven production
59. Denver Hroniss Grasu OC/OG Perfect blend of athletism and strength.. Broncos will be contenders yet again.
60. Dallas Mario Edwards Jr DT Good pass-rushing abilities and typically requires double teams.. Perfect match.
61. Indianapolis TJ Yeldon RB UH OH Indianapolis is taking a shot on another Alabama running back.. He'll fair much better than Trent Richardson Comparison: Darren McFadden
62. Green Bay Markus Golden OLB Packers draft the heir to Julius Peppers OLB position. Unbelievable talent with untapped potential.
63. Seattle Grady Jarrett DT Undersized with a lot of strength.. Comparable to a poor-mans Aaron Donald or Mike Daniels
64. New England Ifo Ekpre-Olomu CB Patriots get an absolute steal… Ekpre-Olomu is recovering from a knee injury. However, he Is a top-25 talent.
65. Tampa Bay Lorenzo Mauldin DE Great size, good speed and relentless pass-rusher.. He'll be a welcoming addition to the Tampa defense.
66. Tennessee Hauoli Kikaha OLB Great burst, good size and a proven pass-rusher. He'll be a steal when it's all said and done.
67. Jacksonville Jake Fisher OT Jacksonville get's a highly talented OT who'll likely become a starter early in his career. They're starting to get the pieces in place.
68. Oakland Ameer Abdullah RB Oakland doesn't need a RB per-say but Abdullah is just too talented not to select in the third. Comparison: Andre Ellington
69. Washington Anthony Harris S Harris fills a need and should get playing time early
70. New York (J) Jalen Collins CB Great size and has good coverage skills, has a nose for the football and makes plays
71. Chicago Senquez Golson CB Chicago is in a rebuilding period and needs all the defensive help they can get. Golson brings playmaking abilities to the secondary.
72. St. Louis Bryce Petty QB St. Louis gets their QB of the future and he might get starts earlier than expected. Comparison: Brandon Weeden
73. Atlanta Clive Walford TE Atlanta gets a pass-catching TE who lacks elite height. He'll be a welcoming addition to a pass-happy offense.
74. New York (G) Zach Hodges OLB/ILB Played ILB, OLB at Harvard.. Excellent initial burst, great acceleration and nonstop motor.. Good vision.
75. New Orleans Jeremiah Poutasi OT Fills a need and should develop into a solid starter
76. Minnesota Quinten Rollins CB NFC North is filled with highly skilled passers (Rodgers, Stafford and Cutler). Rollins has the size, speed to shut down receivers.
77. Cleveland Ty Montgomery WR Cleveland selects another WR to rebuild one of their weakest positions.
78. Miami Derron Smith S Fills a need and should develop into a solid starter
79. San Francisco Arie Kouandjio OG San Francisco gets a talented OG who might take a year or two to develop.
80. Kansas City Jaquiski Tartt S With question if Eric Berry will ever play again, Chiefs get a underrated safety who'll surprise a lot of people
81. Buffalo Nick O'Leary TE One of the most productive college TE's. Buffalo gets a sure handed TE who is good at everything, but not elite at anything.
82. Houston Tony Lippett WR Highly underrated with strong hands, good catching radius and good body control.
83. San Diego Breshad Perriman WR One of the most underrated WR prospects in the draft. He'll go higher than expected and be a star with Rivers throwing to him.
84. Philadelphia Donovan Smith OT Fills a need and should develop into a solid starter
85. Cincinnati Djoun Smith CB He'll need time to develop but should be a solid starter down the road
86. Arizona Tre Jackson OG Position of need
87. Pittsburgh Kurtis Drummond S Great size, good speed and soft hands.
88. Detroit Jay Ajayi RB Perfect blend of speed and hands.. Goodbye Reggie Bush, hello Jay Ajayi
89. Carolina Mike Davis RB Guy is a bowling-ball and will develop to complement Stewart until his contract expires
90. Baltimore Jeremy Langford RB Baltimore is likely to lose Justin Forsett and need a pass-catching back. He has elite hands, great pass-protector and great burst.
91. Dallas Gerod Holliman S Fills a need and should develop into a solid starter
92. Denver Geneo Grissom OLB Ware fizzled at the end of the year.. High ceiling prospect with a good motor.
93. Indianapolis Gabe Wright DT/DE Colts get another clog on their DL. He will be a great addition to a solid line.
94. Green Bay Kevin Johnson CB Packers get an absolute steal with Johnson.. Ideal height, good tackling abilities. However, he'll need to gain some weight on his lean frame.
95. Seattle Daryl Smith OT Fills a need and should develop into a solid starter
96. New England Ty Lockett WR Shows flashes of Wes Welker.. He'll be a welcoming addition to an already lethal offense.
97. Tennessee Josh Shaw CB Tennessee gives the talented liar a shot.. He has the skill-set you look for and could play either CB or S at the next level.
98. New England Duke Johnson RB Patriots get a RB who plays similar to LeSean McCoy.. Yet another value pick for the best team in the AFC.
99. Oakland Za'Darius Smith DE Great initial burst and surprisingly strong… highly aggressive but lacks elite speed… reminds me of a taller Aaron Kampman with his non-stop motor.
100. Jacksonville Doran Grant CB Fills a need.. Good depth player with potential
101. New York(J) Austin Shepherd OT Shepherd has great size, long arms, light on his feet and is solid with run and pass support
102. Washington Chris Hackett S Impressive size, speed and intelligence.
103. Chicago Garrett Grayson QB Chicago gets a young talented prospect in Grayson. Must improve his release, but the tools are there.
104. Atlanta Jacoby Glenn CB Solid prospect at a needed position
105. New York(G) Cam Thomas CB Developmental prospect with high upside.
106. Tampa Bay Vince Mayle WR Vincent Jackson is on borrowed time and Mayle is the perfect prospect for the Tampa Bay offense.
107. Minnesota Josue Matias OG High upside prospect with major strength and surprising athleticism.
108. Cleveland Ben Koyack TE Browns get a massive TE with solid hands and decent blocking abilities
109. New Orleans Andy Gallik C Reminds me of Packers Corey Linsley… he's instinctive and surprisingly quick.
110. Philadelphia Tony Washington OLB Eagles add a pass rushing OLB with surprisingly good coverage skills.
111. Miami Stefon Diggs WR Dolphins take a risk on the productive WR.
112. Cleveland Henry Anderson DE Cleveland is double downing on DE prospects to improve the run-defense. Anderson has an intruging skill-set and will get snaps early.
113. Houston Jesse James TE Massive with great strength and enough pop for gain yards after the catch.
114. San Diego Laken Tomlinson OG Fills a need and can move around the line.
115. Kansas City Corey Robinson OT Massive size, great strength and surprisingly quick for (6-7 338). He'll likely need his time to develop but has the potential.
116. Philadelphia Ladarius Gunter CB great size, good initial burst and very long and solid in coverage. Eagles need to double-down at the position.
117.Cincinnati Durrell Eskridge S Fills a need and could develop into a starter
118. Pittsburgh David Cobb RB Pittsburgh gets their complement to Bell
119. Detroit Devin Smith WR Very quick, runs routes perfectly and tends to get behind the secondary and make big plays.. Perfect for strong-armed Stafford
120. Arizona Sean Mannion QB Arizona gets another strong-armed QB with tons of potential. He would have been a much higher pick if not for his lack-of-any speed.
121. Carolina Kwon Alexander OLB Carolina needs pass-rushers and Kwon Alexander has great speed and has good open field tackling
122. Baltimore Joey Mbu DE Highly underrated prospect with long arms and good awareness. He should develop into a solid 3-4 DE
123. San Francisco Lorenzo Doss CB San Francisco is loading up on secondary help with Wilson and Palmer both in their division.
124. Dallas Cameron Artis-Payne RB Dallas replenishes their RB depth with Murray leaving via free agency
125. Indiapolis Jordan Richards S Massive hitter with solid hands and good coverage skills.
126. Green Bay Sean Hickey OT Depth player with potential to start early in his career
127. Seattle Jamison Crowder WR Shorter than desired (5-9) but he is a lightning bug who gives the Seahawks many different looks on offense. He's gives them the Pervy Harvin effect
128. New England Robert Myers OG/OT He can move along the line and has great size, strength and quickness.
RATING CAP SPACE
1. Jaguars $63,502,876
2. Raiders $56,117,366
3. Browns $49,369,654
4. Jets $48,985,074
5. Titans $41,125,599
6. Colts $37,358,059
7. Bengals $34,298,150
8. Broncos $27,770,879
9. Bears $27,503,770
10. Buccaneers $25,845,889
11. Chargers $25,382,099
12. Packers $25,325,143
13. Seahawks $25,017,629
14. Bills $24,305,653
15. Falcons $23,534,848
16. Eagles $18,954,544
17. Vikings $16,556,525
18. Giants $16,226,246
19. Lions $15,356,854
20. Redskins $13,328,139
21. Panthers $12,041,549
22. Texans $10,343,785
23. Cowboys $7,608,384
24. Ravens $4,066,110
25. Dolphins $1,682,059
26. Rams $656,415
27. Steelers $1,485,766
28. Patriots $2,178,993
29. Chiefs $2,316,582
30. 49ers $2,659,228
31. Cardinals $9,442,875
32. Saints $23,151,945
Project cap: $140,000,000
Red = above projected cap
Numbers are projected PRIOR to any releases and before free agency, or the draft
FREE AGENCY (Top-45 signings)
Free Agency Market OLD TEAM NEW TEAM DEAL NOTES
1. Justin Houston KC KC 5 year deal Houston gets a near JJ Watt deal.
2. Ndamukong Suh DET NYG 5 year deal Suh wasn't given the franchise tag and leaves for the Giants
3. Dez Bryant DAL DAL 5 year deal Bryant is picked over Murray and is now paid in the top-three
4. Demaryius Thomas DEN DEN 4 year deal Thomas gets the nod over Julius Thomas
5. Julius Thomas DEN SEA 4 year deal Nightmares for the league.. Seattle gets Thomas for a great value
6. Devin McCourty NE NE 3 year deal NE resigns their gem in the secondary.
7. Darrelle Revis NE NE 3 year deal Revis gets his deal and it's cap friendly
8. Greg Hardy CAR GB 1 year deal - incentive deal Packers are known to take risks.. Hardy is ultra-talented and gets a 1 year deal
9. DeMarco Murray DAL JAX 4 year deal Murray gets his payday in Jacksonville. His career will forever be over.
10. Jason Pierre-Paul NYG NYG 3 year deal JPP gets resigned and signs for a cap-friendly deal
11. Randall Cobb GB GB 5 year deal Cobb gets his deal and is now making top-tier $$. Packers got the top-two WRs locked up
12. Pernell McPhee BAL BAL 4 year deal McPhee gets a decent contract.
13. Jeremy Maclin PHI PHI 5 year deal Maclin gets way more money than his actual production
14. Nick Fairley DET DET 4 year deal Fairley was the cheaper of the two options
15. Mike Iupati SF SF 4 year deal Iupati is an all-star OG and the Niners know it
16. Jason Worilds PIT MIA 3 year deal Worilds gets an underwhelming deal
17. Jerry Hughes BUF PIT 3 year deal Pittsburgh takes a chance of Hughes and passes on resigning Worilds
18. Bryan Bulaga GB GB 4 year deal Bulaga isn't going anywhere and gets paid. Packers know keeping Rodgers upright is important
19. Brandon Flowers SD SF 3 year deal Flowers becomes the #1 CB in San Francisco
20. Rodney Hudson KC KC 3 year deal Hudson is an up-and-coming C and Chiefs give him a solid contract.
21. Jabaal Sheard CLE WAS 4 year deal Washington has given-up on talented, but often injured Orakpo for Sheard.
22. Brandon Graham PHI CHI 3 year deal Highly talented, needs coaching and will likely be an impact player.
23. Rolando McClain DAL DAL 3 year deal Cowboys keep their surprisingly good starter
24. Brian Orakpo WAS JAX 4 year deal Orakpo gets a lesser deal than expected due to injuries.. Jacksonville gets the pass rusher they need.
25. Jordan Cameron CLE CLE 5 year deal Cameron was a boom-or-bust over the past two years.. Too much talent to let go.
26. Terrance Knighton DEN DEN 1 year deal Denver gets their big-bodied tackle back for a one-year deal.
27. Jared Odrick MIA MIA 3 year deal Ordrick has been a mixed bag while in Miami. He'll be given a cap-friendly deal.
28. Byron Maxwell SEA JAX 3 year deal Jacksonville continues to add defensive talent to their roster and add another ex-Seahawk
29. Dan Williams ARI GB 2 year deal Packers take a chance on a highly skilled NT. He'll replace BJ Raji who has been a bust since 2011.
30. Stephen Paea CHI CHI 3 year deal Chicago resigns one of the brighter defensive prospects
31. Orlando Franklin DEN TB 3 year deal Tampa Bay is protecting their 'future' and signs a highly underrated Franklin to a friendly deal
32. Brandon Spikes BUF BUF 2 year deal Rex Ryan loves his hard-hitting linebackers. Spikes fills that need instantly.
33. Derrick Morgan TEN CAR 3 year deal Isn't ideal as a 4-3 OLB. However, he makes the jump and does extremely well.
34. Kareem Jackson HOU HOU 2 year deal Jackson is given a low-risk deal and is eying one last pay-day.
35. Chris Culliver SF JAX 3 year deal Jacksonville added another CB with soft hands and playmaking abilities.
36. Michael Crabtree SF CAR 4 year deal Carolina now has a surprising good 1-2 punch with Benjamin and Crabtree
37. Torrey Smith BAL JAX 3 year deal Smith is too important to the Baltimore offense. He'll be sticking for a while.
38. Charles Clay MIA JAX 4 year deal Jacksonville is very, very, very active and add an undersized but highly talented TE
39. Mark Ingram NO NO 1 year deal Ingram re-ups after failing to get attraction in free agency
40. Clint Boling CIN CIN 3 year deal Boling re-ups
41. Justin Forsett BAL SD 4 year deal San Diego loses Ryan Matthews and adds the shifty Forsett
42. Frank Gore SF TB 2 year deal Gore leaves San Francisco to pound the rock in Florida. He'll be a short-term solution.
43. Akeem Ayers NE NE 3 year deal Ayers has been money since being traded to New England, he re-ups to win another title
44. Rahim Moore DEN TB 3 year deal Tampa Bay isn't afraid of spending money and gives Moore a nicely sized contract.
45. Antonio Cromartie ARI NYJ 3 year deal Jets get Cromartie back after signing a minor deal with the Cardinals.
Released Players OLD TEAM NEW TEAM Reason of release / Saving
Larry Fitzgerald AZI NE Salary / $14,400,000
Tamba Hali KC DEN Salary/ $2,964,706
Marques Colston NO Unsigned Production / $5,400,000
Jake Long STL Unsigned Injury / $2,500,000
Ahmad Brooks SF BUF Salary / $5,546,250
Jahri Evans NO CHI Production / $5,000,000
Dannell Ellerbe MIA BUF Production / $4,200,000
Vernon Davis SF DEN Salary / $2,067,920
NaVorro Bowman SF OAK Injury / $8,016,000
Eric Berry KC RETIRED Injury / $2,902,700
MarShawn Lynch SEA NYJ Salary / $1,500,000
Mike Wallace MIA SD Salary / $9,600,000
Cary Williams PHI Unsigned Production / $1,666,668
AJ Hawk GB CHI Production / $1,600,000
Brad Jones GB Unsigned Production / $1,000,000
Reggie Bush DET SD Production / $3,555,883
Chris Johnson NYJ Unsigned Production / $1,500,000
Dwayne Bowe KC Unsigned Salary / $9,000,000
Last edited by NHesterly : 01-21-2015 at 04:35 PM.
01-21-2015, 01:23 PM
Join Date: Jan 2010
As a Raider fan I would give that draft a B-.
I do like Cooper in the 1st although I really hope a trade-down opportunity presents itself. I would LOVE to get Parker a little later in the 1st and pick up another 2nd. I don't really think there will be a team wanting to trade up to our spot however so really, Cooper is a nice pick here.
Kendricks is a very good pick here as MLB is one of our biggest needs. Hoping McKinney falls but Kendricks is a nice consolation prize.
Center will be a need when Wiz signs elsewhere so here's where that trade-down scenario would really come into play. Irving would be another nice pick in the 2nd.
Hate the RB pick in the 3rd. There are just too many needs and RB's can be found later in the draft. We NEED OL help...especially RG. Getting Kouandjio here would be a steal.
Very nice pick in the 4th as DE is the the other top-3 need (WR, DE, MLB).
01-22-2015, 12:46 AM
Join Date: Dec 2005
Great effort with the mock, so I figured it deserved a lengthy response. Signing Larry Fitzgerald would be awesome if it made sense financially. What kind of contract do you think he would command? I like Michael Bennett in terms of value, but I'm not sure the Patriots will go with another defensive lineman after drafting Dominique Easley in the first last year. New England has a lot of size along the line (Vince Wilfork, Sealver Siliga, Alan Branch, Chris Jones) and a couple of five-techniques (Chandler Jones, Zach Moore.) I'd also probably say the top value on the board is Todd Gurley, so he'd be a good pick. I could also get behind A.J. Cann there. With Ekpre-Olomu, it's the same deal. I like the value but don't feel like the position is a need. Are you projecting the Patriots to release Brandon Browner? With Browner, Darrelle Revis, Kyle Arrington, Logan Ryan, Malcolm Butler, and Alfonzo Dennard, New England is absolutely loaded at cornerback. Lockett isn't one of my favorites but I can understand why you'd consider him for the Patriots, as he might be able to take over Danny Amendola's return duties in the event that Amendola is cut rather than accepting a reduced contract. Duke Johnson is a great pick in the fourth round, especially if Shane Vereen signs elsewhere. I haven't had a chance to look at Myers yet so I can't really comment on that one, but offensive guard is the team's top need and it's hard to imagine the team neglecting it in the draft, although even at this point it seems a bit too late, which reinforces my opinion that A.J. Cann would have been a nice pick back in the first round, or perhaps Arie Kouandjio in the second. Dan Connolly is a liability at this point in his career, so finding a left guard early is something I think both makes sense and is possible to accomplish.
01-23-2015, 01:39 PM
Join Date: Jan 2014
So, lemme get this straight, the Falcons not only have a horrid draft by taking Dupree over Ray, which they wouldn't do as they're already smitten with Ray. They go with a Center, which isn't a position of need, in the 2nd round, 3rd round you finally get a good fit and prospect value, and in the 4th round it's a garbage pickup in a position that isn't needed.
Then they don't sign any free agents, despite having one of the better cap numbers in the league, plus the flexibility to gain so much more by cutting some of the dead weight on the roster.
What I'm getting from this, is you haven't spent much time on the Falcons, and really wanted to give New York a monster offseason, by giving them Ray and Suh while returning JPP. This is laughable.
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