Kiper Mock 3.0 3/21/23

cnuball21

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Literally every pick after ours was better.

Bring back Fowler, you have Sam Williams as the future. Tank and Armstrong are already your starters. This is really a wasted pick
Fowler is not on the roster, Armstrong isn’t very good and has 1 year left on his contract and the team is likely looking for a long term replacement for Tank to get out of his contract.
 

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I know right . . . A Little Raw but still will be a weapon in the Red Zone and Run Blocking. . . He will have an Amazing Carear
Sorry. Just can't do it.
He's basically Martellus Bennett. Amazing athlete. Take much more to be a great TE. It's about routes, understanding D, angles, leverage to be great at this position. Who was the basketball player we tried to convert to TE again (Rico Gathers?)? I'll take a shot at him late round 2 at best. No way I am investing my 1st round pick on him when Robinson is still on board.

No projects in round 1. Please take someone who's proven he can produce in college and has potential on top of it.
 

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Don't see this at all.......Quinn found Sam Williams w/o burning a 1st. Just me, but I am now 100% confident 26 will be TE or RB unless a top 15 CB, flex OT, or WR falls. Keep in mind Stephen admitted one of the off-season goals was to add more juice to the offense. Robinson or Mayer does that from day one.

Bottom line........there is no way in hell Jerry Jones will pass on Robinson, no way (lol)
Jerry will race from the toilet buck-naked if Bijan Robinson is available at Dallas' pick.
 

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Guys, listen to this goof.

He’s the same guy that was crying into his keyboard about drafting Micah Paraons.
I get some guys confused around here.

Wasn't he pro-Tank Dell because of his superhuman trait?
 

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1. Carolina Panthers (Chicago) - C.J. Stroud QB Ohio St.
2. Houston Texans - Bryce Young QB Alabama
3. Indianapolis Colts (Arizona) - Will Levis QB Kentucky
4. Arizona Cardinals (Indianapolis) - Will Anderson Jr. OLB Alabama
5. Seattle Seahawks (Denver) - Anthony Richardson QB Florida
6. Detroit Lions (L.A. Rams) - Jalen Carter DT Georgia
7. Las Vegas Raiders - Christian Gonzalez CB Oregon
8. Atlanta Falcons - Devon Witherspoon CB Illinois
9. Chicago Bears (Carolina) - Paris Johnson Jr. T Ohio St.
10. Philadelphia Eagles (New Orleans) - Peter Skoronski T/G Northwestern
11. Tennessee Titans - Tyree Wilson DE Texas Tech
12. Houston Texans (Cleveland) - Nolan Smith OLB Georgia
13. New York Jets - Broderick Jones T Georgia
14. New England Patriots - Joey Porter Jr. CB Penn St.
15. Green Bay Packers - Lukas Van Ness DL Iowa
16. Washington (Red)skins - Emmanuel Forbes CB Mississippi St.
17. Pittsburgh Steelers - Deonte Banks CB Maryland
18. Detroit Lions - Michael Mayer TE Notre Dame
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Darnell Wright T Tennessee
20. Seattle Seahawks - Jaxon Smith-Njigba WR Ohio St.
21. Los Angeles Chargers - Dalton Kincaid TE Utah
22. Baltimore Ravens - Zay Flowers WR Boston College
23. Minnesota Vikings - Quentin Johnston WR TCU
24. Jacksonville Jaguars - Will McDonald IV DE Iowa St.
25. New York Giants - Jordan Addison WR USC

26. Dallas Cowboys - Adetomiwa Adebawore DE Northwestern
You might remember Adebawore from his performance at the NFL combine, where he ran a 4.49-second 40-yard dash at 282 pounds, putting up the fastest time of any player over 280 pounds at the combine since at least 2006, according to ESPN Stats & Information. I wrote at the time that he was going to rise, and he's likely going in Round 1 now. He wasn't super productive in college -- 9.5 sacks since 2021 -- but his talent is undeniable. Adebawore played about 75% of his snaps at defensive end, but he could move inside at the next level and work as a 3-technique tackle.

For the Cowboys, we know defensive coordinator Dan Quinn values versatility, and Adebawore could get reps all over the line. DeMarcus Lawrence turns 31 this offseason, and they need to keep adding young players to their rotation.

27. Buffalo Bills - Bijan Robinson RB Texas
28. Cincinnati Bengals - Darnell Washington TE Georgia
29. New Orleans Saints - (San Fran thru Mia, Den) - Bryan Bresee DT Clemson
30. Philadelphia Eagles - Calijah Kancey DT Pittsburgh
31. Kansas City Chiefs - Felix Anudike-Uzomah DE Kansas St.

Thank God mel is not The Cowboys GM. The bills get Robinson shoot me now
 

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Weird.
Advance apologies as a Bama guy without the TX internal bias.
I watched the kid get 1 carry of 18 yards and the other 20 to make a total of 57 when he played Bama. He had a great Big12 year. He stuttered again statistically playing TCU.
All his other games show good stats.
There's lots better NFL defensive versions of Alabamas and TCUs awaiting than what the Big 12 threw at him as a whole. That wasn't Nick's most dominant run stopping group this past year.

Conversely Zeke dropped 236 on Bama the year their dee was ranked #1 against the run all year so that had a role in my liking him as the pick.
I struggle with Bijan Robinson and "generational" pick for these reasons.
 

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1. Carolina Panthers (Chicago) - C.J. Stroud QB Ohio St.
2. Houston Texans - Bryce Young QB Alabama
3. Indianapolis Colts (Arizona) - Will Levis QB Kentucky
4. Arizona Cardinals (Indianapolis) - Will Anderson Jr. OLB Alabama
5. Seattle Seahawks (Denver) - Anthony Richardson QB Florida
6. Detroit Lions (L.A. Rams) - Jalen Carter DT Georgia
7. Las Vegas Raiders - Christian Gonzalez CB Oregon
8. Atlanta Falcons - Devon Witherspoon CB Illinois
9. Chicago Bears (Carolina) - Paris Johnson Jr. T Ohio St.
10. Philadelphia Eagles (New Orleans) - Peter Skoronski T/G Northwestern
11. Tennessee Titans - Tyree Wilson DE Texas Tech
12. Houston Texans (Cleveland) - Nolan Smith OLB Georgia
13. New York Jets - Broderick Jones T Georgia
14. New England Patriots - Joey Porter Jr. CB Penn St.
15. Green Bay Packers - Lukas Van Ness DL Iowa
16. Washington (Red)skins - Emmanuel Forbes CB Mississippi St.
17. Pittsburgh Steelers - Deonte Banks CB Maryland
18. Detroit Lions - Michael Mayer TE Notre Dame
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Darnell Wright T Tennessee
20. Seattle Seahawks - Jaxon Smith-Njigba WR Ohio St.
21. Los Angeles Chargers - Dalton Kincaid TE Utah
22. Baltimore Ravens - Zay Flowers WR Boston College
23. Minnesota Vikings - Quentin Johnston WR TCU
24. Jacksonville Jaguars - Will McDonald IV DE Iowa St.
25. New York Giants - Jordan Addison WR USC

26. Dallas Cowboys - Adetomiwa Adebawore DE Northwestern
You might remember Adebawore from his performance at the NFL combine, where he ran a 4.49-second 40-yard dash at 282 pounds, putting up the fastest time of any player over 280 pounds at the combine since at least 2006, according to ESPN Stats & Information. I wrote at the time that he was going to rise, and he's likely going in Round 1 now. He wasn't super productive in college -- 9.5 sacks since 2021 -- but his talent is undeniable. Adebawore played about 75% of his snaps at defensive end, but he could move inside at the next level and work as a 3-technique tackle.

For the Cowboys, we know defensive coordinator Dan Quinn values versatility, and Adebawore could get reps all over the line. DeMarcus Lawrence turns 31 this offseason, and they need to keep adding young players to their rotation.

27. Buffalo Bills - Bijan Robinson RB Texas
28. Cincinnati Bengals - Darnell Washington TE Georgia
29. New Orleans Saints - (San Fran thru Mia, Den) - Bryan Bresee DT Clemson
30. Philadelphia Eagles - Calijah Kancey DT Pittsburgh
31. Kansas City Chiefs - Felix Anudike-Uzomah DE Kansas St.

There is 0 chance Dallas will pass on Robinson if he’s there.
 
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