Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Bungarian, Apr 2, 2014.
not bad here is mine
I think people are going to be disappointed with the amount of DL drafted.....again. Jerry is going to take a DE early, but after that I could see 1 DT in the 4th/5th and another DE in the 7th or something along those lines. Marinelli seems to think he can piece together a d line so it won't surprise me if they think McClain, Hayden, Crawford and Bass is plenty to compliment Melton.
Don't care for taking any CB or RB in this draft, WR absolutely yes, so many good ones it is impossible not to draft one.
Wilber moved to LB last season.
The locks, IMO are:
The bubble guys are:
You would hope that 7th rounders could make it to the practice squad; however, any draft pick, regardless of how late, tends to be harder to slide to the practice squad than UDFAs.
Dallas obviously has huge holes along the defensive line but Dallas should still not force that position. I expect they will take a player they like a lot in one of the first few rounds.
Although, if Dallas had a Dez Bryant Talent fall in the first round, Sean Lee type talent fall to them in the second and a Demarco Murray talent there in the third. I think they should take those players regardless of position (minus Tight End and maybe Corner)
if only life in an actual draft was so easy!!!
it is a good list but players may not be there that offer value.
i think you can and should go a combination of need and best players available.
tough task which is why so many fail at it.
Suspect Bass and Hayden are also locks.
I don't think we select more than 2 DL.
As we learned last year a lock can get hurt and miss all year.
I wouldn't consider a TE or CB in round 1 but I would in round 2. Amaro is as good a TE as I've seen in college EVER.
There are a couple CBs I'd gladly take as they'd be cheap Carr replacements.
As a rebuilding team we can't pass elite value in r2 IMHO.
So give up on Escobar? Or break out the rhetoric on a 3-TE offense?
Witten is cut next off-season to save money and Escobar and Amaro start.
Hardly ideal for 2014 roster selection but if he is the best available player I'd take him in r2.
If a Witten clone was available again right now would it not be a value pick??
Amaro has tremendous ball skills, route-running ability and is a big. big guy with plenty of room for more weight.
He has a Gronk type ceiling and Aaron Hernandez (on the field) type floor IMHO.
Since we will have to many DL if we draft 3, we will move Melton to FB, now we just have to check out his hands!!!
You have a much higher opinion of Amaro than I do, and I even think he is significantly better than Ebron. I still would not take him, not for this team and the way we do things.
Millard in the 7th would be ok with me.
I wouldn't be surprised if we lose our original 7th and 6th round picks to move up in the 4th or 5th round.
We do not have a 6th round choice. Chances are stronger that we package the non-compensatory choices to get into the sixth. Nobody is going to take a bunch of sevens and give up choices in the 4th or 5th round for them.
Forgot about the Edgar Jones trade. Makes sense to bundle them to get back into the 6th.
I never quite understood that trade due to the simple fact we did not even get him under contract for more than just last season.
When has Jerry every drafted a receiver in the 1st round that had a 2nd round grade on him? Y'all really make Jerry and co. out to be worse than they really are. Now if you had said tight end fair enough but even then that has never happened. lol
well, that's the gist of what I was going for, this year it's the WR's turn.
As opposed to the other few or 20 players he's drafted early.