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SBLIII

In the Starting Line-Up
I think Lawrence fits us better even after the Pennel signing. I’d be absolutely fine with Tillery at 32 but I do like Lawrence a lot. Who would run on Lawrence-Pennel-Guy? And let’s not forget, Bennett could be the interior pass rusher on passing downs anyway.

This.

I would love Tillery but there are also terrific arguments for Lawrence.

Everyone is in love with pass rush but BB values CBs and run stuffing DTs a lot.

During the first 5 SB win seasons we always had great great corners and a very good run defense. Allowing 4 ypc on average only.

Last year was the only season where our run defense sucked. Result was a very up and down season. For whatever reason they became stout vs the run in the postseason though.

So great run defense plus great corners seems to be the formula for success more than a great pass rush.

Lawrence, Guy, Pennel

Gilmore, McCourty, Jackson, Jones, Dawson

yeah, I think we would be well equipped for the season.
 

manxman2601

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This.

I would love Tillery but there are also terrific arguments for Lawrence.

Everyone is in love with pass rush but BB values CBs and run stuffing DTs a lot.

During the first 5 SB win seasons we always had great great corners and a very good run defense. Allowing 4 ypc on average only.

Last year was the only season where our run defense sucked. Result was a very up and down season. For whatever reason they became stout vs the run in the postseason though.

So great run defense plus great corners seems to be the formula for success more than a great pass rush.

Lawrence, Guy, Pennel

Gilmore, McCourty, Jackson, Jones, Dawson

yeah, I think we would be well equipped for the season.

Filled out with Bennett, Hightower and Van Noy and Simon/Rivers/draft pick as sub rushers.
 

SBLIII

In the Starting Line-Up
Filled out with Bennett, Hightower and Van Noy and Simon/Rivers/draft pick as sub rushers.
I agree. I think we'll likely see 2 draft picks used on the DL still.

It wouldn't be shocking to me if we used a 3rd round pick on a corner based on that importance. People would be scratching their heads lol but if there is good value like a David Long or Rock Ya Sin why not? :D

Because who knows if Jason McCourty and Jones are on the team in 2020. I would think they won't be.
 

manxman2601

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I agree. I think we'll likely see 2 draft picks used on the DL still.

It wouldn't be shocking to me if we used a 3rd round pick on a corner based on that importance. People would be scratching their heads lol but if there is good value like a David Long or Rock Ya Sin why not? :D

Because who knows if Jason McCourty and Jones are on the team in 2020. I would think they won't be.

I have no objection but my only concern would be whether you could fit that CB on the roster. Would we carry more than six (Gilmore-McCourty-Jones-Jackson-Crossen-Dawson)? I suppose you could end up cutting Crossen eventually (would make me sad though).
 

CTHuskies

Practice Squad Player
I stole the format from Ken Zalis at Pressbox. I like it because BB trades a lot.

Round 1, Pick 32
Might Be: 7th best SS in the draft
Could Be: Garrett Bradbury, G/C, NC State
Would Not Surprise Me: Trade down into mid 2nd round
The Pick: Jeffery Simmons, DL, Mississippi St
Comment: Red-shirt in 2019

Round 2, Pick 56
Might Be: Anthony Nelson, DL, Iowa
Could Be: Zach Allen, DE, Boston College
Would Not Surprise Me: Chris Lindstrom, G, Boston College
The Pick: Kaleb McGary, T, Washington
Comment: Insurance for I Wynn

Round 2, Pick 64
Might Be: Juan Thornhill, FS, Virginia
Could Be: JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford
Would Not Surprise Me: Trade down for 5th round and future 2nd in 2020
The Pick: Christian Miller, ED/LB, Alabama
Comment: Hightower traded before September

Round 3, Pick 73
Might Be: Ryan Findley, QB, NC State
Could Be: Amani Hooker, S, Iowa
Would Not Surprise Me: Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina
The Pick: Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M
Comment: Pick best available TE here

Round 3, Pick 97
Might Be: Andy Isabella, WR, UMass
Could Be: Will Harris, S, Boston College
Would Not Surprise Me: Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama State
The Pick: Mike Jordan, OL, Ohio State
Comment: Pick best OL here

Round 3, Pick 101
Might Be: Ben Banogu, ED, Texas Christian
Could Be: Trade for future 2nd in 2020
Would Not Surprise Me: Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama State
The Pick: Tyree Jackson, QB, Buffalo
Comment: Loved his attitude at combine, needs to sit for 2/3 years

Round 4, Pick 134
Might Be: Michael Jackson, CB, Miami
Could Be: Joe Jackson, ED, Miami
Would Not Surprise Me: Miles Boykin, WR, Notre Dame
The Pick: Jakobi Meyers, WR, NC State
Comment: Rather take chance on Boykin but Meyers safer pick

Round 6, Pick 205
Might Be: Bryce Love, RB, Stanford
Could Be: Jazz Ferguson, WR, Northwestern State
Would Not Surprise Me: Tre Lamar, LB, Clemson
The Pick: Isaiah Johnson, CB, Houston
Comment: Big CB to mentor under Gilmore

Round 7, Pick 239
Might Be: Jamalcolm Liggins, CB, Dickinson St
Could Be: Andrew Van Ginkel, LB, Wisconsin
Would Not Surprise Me: Hunter Renfrow, WR, Clemson
The Pick: Cole Tracy, K, LSU
Comment: Gostkowski’s replacement and local to boot.

Round 7, Pick 243
Might Be: Davante Davis, CB, Texas
Could Be: James Williams, RB, Washington St
Would Not Surprise Me: Kendall Blanton, TE, Missouri
The Pick: Best left footed P in the draft
Comment: Allen’s replacement

Round 7, Pick 246
Might Be: Jalen Hurd, WR, Baylor
Could Be: Trade for future 6th in 2020
Would Not Surprise Me: Used to trade up in 7th round
The Pick: Best injured player to red-shirt in 2019
Comment: See above

Round 7, Pick 252
Might Be: Albert Huggins, DL, Clemson
Could Be: Jalen Hurd, WR, Baylor
Would Not Surprise Me: Used to trade up in 7th round
The Pick: Best injured player to red-shirt in 2019
Comment: See above
 

Brady6

Pro Bowl Player
32: R1P32
DL RASHAN GARY
MICHIGAN
43: R2P11
TE IRV SMITH JR.
ALABAMA
64: R2P32
WR RILEY RIDLEY
GEORGIA
88: R3P24
S AMANI HOOKER
IOWA
101: R3P37
DL L.J. COLLIER
TCU
121: R4P19
OT MAX SCHARPING
N. ILLINOIS
124: R4P22
WR MECOLE HARDMAN
GEORGIA
159: R5P21
DL TRYSTEN HILL
UCF
205: R6P32
EDGE JUSTIN HOLLINS
OREGON
239: R7P25
DL KINGSLEY KEKE
TEXAS A&M
243: R7P29
OT TYLER ROEMER
SAN DIEGO ST.
246: R7P32
TE DONALD PARHAM
STETSON
252: R7P38
CB MARK FIELDS
CLEMSON

TRADES
TENNESSEE TITANS
SENT:

  • ROUND: 3 PICK: 9
RECEIVED:
  • ROUND: 3 PICK: 18
  • ROUND: 4 PICK: 19
TRADE PARTNER:
DETROIT LIONS
SENT:

  • ROUND: 2 PICK: 24
  • ROUND: 3 PICK: 33
RECEIVED:
  • ROUND: 2 PICK: 11
TRADE PARTNER:
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
SENT:

  • ROUND: 4 PICK: 9
RECEIVED:
  • ROUND: 4 PICK: 22
  • ROUND: 5 PICK: 21
TRADE PARTNER:
DETROIT LIONS
SENT:

  • ROUND: 3 PICK: 18
  • ROUND: 4 PICK: 32
RECEIVED:
  • ROUND: 3 PICK: 24
  • ROUND: 4 PICK: 9
 

patsinthesnow

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Pick 32 - TRADE - New England Trades 32nd overall pick to Houston for 2020 1st & 86th overall pick

With liabilities at multiple OL spots, Houston makes a move to secure another quality prospect before the end of the day 1. New England gets another first in return with what could be a talented QB draft. Similar to KC & Houston in 2017, New England could be in position to trade multiple firsts for a franchise QB in next year's draft if they so choose.

Pick 50 - TRADE - New England Trades 56th pick & Pick 134th pick to Minnesota for 50th overall pick - Deebo Samuel WR South Carolina

As other posters & draftniks have noted, Samuel is a great fit for McDaniels' offense. He can play inside, outside, get separation & is great after the catch. IMO he could a contributor right away. Vrabel is leapfrogged here so no funny business this time.

Pick 64 Amani Hooker S Iowa

A versatile player that can do a little bit of everything. He could be a player that succeeds Chung in the future while also providing depth at multiple spots in a defense that relies heavily on its secondary.

Pick 73 Jace Sternberger TE Texas A&M

An all-around steady TE that could be a reliable option in the NFL. Impressive production at the college level & could take some of the load off Gronk in receiving game during the regular season.

Pick 86 Khalen Saunders DL Western Illinois

Small school penetrating DT with impressive athleticism. If Schiano gets a say into what style of defense he wants to run I can see Saunders being a fit. Regardless, I like him as an option to learn behind Guy/Pennel/Butler.


Pick 97 Stanley Morgan Jr. WR Nebraska

A senior team captain with reportedly a great work ethic to go along with solid production & a great 3 cone time. While Morgan isn't my top WR choice, this pick is more a prediction & he could develop into a complimentary player.

Pick 101 Trade - New England Trades 101st pick to Seahawks for 2020 3rd round pick

The Seahawks only have four draft picks this year & BB loves to acquire future picks.

Pick 205 Hamp Cheevers DB Boston College

A playmaker that just seems to be around the ball. Might not have the size/athleticism but the Pats don't mind undersized DBs. Tough to make the team but I like the value here.

Pick 239 Sutton Smith LB Northern Illinois

Albeit at a smaller level of competition, incredible production along with impressive agility. He doesn't have the size to be an EDGE player but may be able to earn a spot on special teams as a developmental LB.

Pick 243 & 246 Best Available OL

Dante & the forum know more than me here. Might as well get the potential HOF coach a couple of dart throws atleast. Wanted to go OL earlier but the team knows more than us on Wynn's progress.

Pick 252 Trace McSorley DB/WR Penn State

A competitive player that will likely need to change positions to make it at the next level.


2020 Houston 1st
2020 Seattle 3rd

50 - Deebo Samuel WR South Carolina
64 - Amani Hooker S Iowa
73 - Jace Sternberger TE Texas A&M
86 - Khalen Saunders DL Western Illinois
97 - Stanley Morgan WR Nebraska
205 - Hamp Cheevers DB Boston College
239 - Sutton Smith LB Northern Illinois
243 - OL
246 - OL
252 - Trace McSorley DB/WR Penn State
 

Ochmed Jones

Pro Bowl Player
2021 Weekly NFL Picks Winner
I stole the format from Ken Zalis at Pressbox. I like it because BB trades a lot.

Round 1, Pick 32
Might Be: 7th best SS in the draft
Could Be: Garrett Bradbury, G/C, NC State
Would Not Surprise Me: Trade down into mid 2nd round
The Pick: Jeffery Simmons, DL, Mississippi St
Comment: Red-shirt in 2019

Round 2, Pick 56
Might Be: Anthony Nelson, DL, Iowa
Could Be: Zach Allen, DE, Boston College
Would Not Surprise Me: Chris Lindstrom, G, Boston College
The Pick: Kaleb McGary, T, Washington
Comment: Insurance for I Wynn

Round 2, Pick 64
Might Be: Juan Thornhill, FS, Virginia
Could Be: JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford
Would Not Surprise Me: Trade down for 5th round and future 2nd in 2020
The Pick: Christian Miller, ED/LB, Alabama
Comment: Hightower traded before September

Round 3, Pick 73
Might Be: Ryan Findley, QB, NC State
Could Be: Amani Hooker, S, Iowa
Would Not Surprise Me: Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina
The Pick: Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M
Comment: Pick best available TE here

Round 3, Pick 97
Might Be: Andy Isabella, WR, UMass
Could Be: Will Harris, S, Boston College
Would Not Surprise Me: Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama State
The Pick: Mike Jordan, OL, Ohio State
Comment: Pick best OL here

Round 3, Pick 101
Might Be: Ben Banogu, ED, Texas Christian
Could Be: Trade for future 2nd in 2020
Would Not Surprise Me: Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama State
The Pick: Tyree Jackson, QB, Buffalo
Comment: Loved his attitude at combine, needs to sit for 2/3 years

Round 4, Pick 134
Might Be: Michael Jackson, CB, Miami
Could Be: Joe Jackson, ED, Miami
Would Not Surprise Me: Miles Boykin, WR, Notre Dame
The Pick: Jakobi Meyers, WR, NC State
Comment: Rather take chance on Boykin but Meyers safer pick

Round 6, Pick 205
Might Be: Bryce Love, RB, Stanford
Could Be: Jazz Ferguson, WR, Northwestern State
Would Not Surprise Me: Tre Lamar, LB, Clemson
The Pick: Isaiah Johnson, CB, Houston
Comment: Big CB to mentor under Gilmore

Round 7, Pick 239
Might Be: Jamalcolm Liggins, CB, Dickinson St
Could Be: Andrew Van Ginkel, LB, Wisconsin
Would Not Surprise Me: Hunter Renfrow, WR, Clemson
The Pick: Cole Tracy, K, LSU
Comment: Gostkowski’s replacement and local to boot.

Round 7, Pick 243
Might Be: Davante Davis, CB, Texas
Could Be: James Williams, RB, Washington St
Would Not Surprise Me: Kendall Blanton, TE, Missouri
The Pick: Best left footed P in the draft
Comment: Allen’s replacement

Round 7, Pick 246
Might Be: Jalen Hurd, WR, Baylor
Could Be: Trade for future 6th in 2020
Would Not Surprise Me: Used to trade up in 7th round
The Pick: Best injured player to red-shirt in 2019
Comment: See above

Round 7, Pick 252
Might Be: Albert Huggins, DL, Clemson
Could Be: Jalen Hurd, WR, Baylor
Would Not Surprise Me: Used to trade up in 7th round
The Pick: Best injured player to red-shirt in 2019
Comment: See above

Do you think bb has taken mcgary off his board due to past serious health problems?
 

venecol

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Curious CBS mock from 1st pick, to 3 DBs, a FB, only 1 WR in top 11 picks?

1.32 Jachai Polite EDGE Florida
2.24 Andy Isabella, WR, UMass
2.32 Trade to Arizona for Josh Rosen QB
3.10 Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M
3.34 John Cominsky, EDGE/DL, Charleston
3.37 Iman Lewis-Marshall, CB, USC
4.32 Cameron Smith, LB, USC
6.32 Alec Ingold, FB, Wisconsin
7.25 Blessaun Austin, CB, Rutgers
7.29 T.J. Edwards, LB, Wisconsin
7.32 Zedrick Woods, DB, Ole Miss
7.38 Ryan Davis, WR, Auburn


Seven-round NFL Mock Draft: Cowboys start with Round 2 defender, Patriots swipe Josh Rosen, Bears land corner help
 

patfanken

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I've really enjoyed reading these last two pages. I find it amazing that someone like me can have so little knowledge and yet feel so strongly about these mock's, ;)

Some questions first.

1. Where do you all feel will be the approximate landing spot for Andy Isabella? He seems like a good fit here. Will he last until the end of the 3rd where the Pats have 3 picks

2. I thought Lazar made some valid points about Anthony Nelson from Iowa as a 3rd round pick. I had never heard of him before. Great size, great arm length, Great motor. Can someone tell me more about him, like combine results and how he might fit.

3. Are we all pretty much convinced at this time that our first pick of this draft will be a DT.

4. When I suggested Simmons as a pick, Ivan gave me a graphic description of his attack on a woman. Anyone have more detail about it. Was it adjudicated? When did it happen? Has he taken responsibility, etc.

Most mock's I'm seeing have us taking at LEAST 4 receivers (WR+TE's) Do you guys really think that we are done in that area with FA's? I don't.

The only CB's I want are big ones who we can convert to S. While we need to get younger in that area, I don't see the need for FS types, but one who can cover TE's and play in the box (the Chung role). Hopefully Obi will start to get some snaps at that position this season and take some of the workload from Chung).

I DON'T want to see an offensive lineman taken before pick 100. I suspect we see a FA signing or two at that position before TC
 

Ochmed Jones

Pro Bowl Player
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The biggest issue I see with Isabella is that he is not a true slot guy, no experience with option routes and he is a body catcher.

On the outside in the nfl, he is going to really struggle getting off the line of scrimmage.
 

Patriot Missile

Pro Bowl Player
These mock tools are just too unreal to put any credibility into.

1.32 Christian Wilkins DL Clemson
2.24 Jerry Tillery DL Notre Dame
2.32 Chris Lindstrom G Boston College
3.9 Jace Sternberger TE Texas A&m
3.33 David Sills V WR West Virginia
3.37 Rock Ya-Sin CB Temple
4.32 Amani Hooker SS Iowa
6.32 Tre Lamar LB Clemson
7.25 Jake Browning QB Washington
7.29 James Gardner WR Miami Ohio
7.32 Larry Allen G Harvard
7.38 Darnell Savage FS Maryland
 

Patriot Missile

Pro Bowl Player
The biggest issue I see with Isabella is that he is not a true slot guy, no experience with option routes and he is a body catcher.

On the outside in the nfl, he is going to really struggle getting off the line of scrimmage.

Definitley has a lot to learn. That Georgia game though? 15 catches 219 yards and two TD’s. Helped that he performed well against his top scheduled competition along with that 4.32. I’d take a shot in the 3rd for him and let the coaches and players do their thing.
 

captain stone

Hall of Fame Poster
These mock tools are just too unreal to put any credibility into.

1.32 Christian Wilkins DL Clemson
2.24 Jerry Tillery DL Notre Dame
2.32 Chris Lindstrom G Boston College
3.9 Jace Sternberger TE Texas A&m
3.33 David Sills V WR West Virginia
3.37 Rock Ya-Sin CB Temple
4.32 Amani Hooker SS Iowa
6.32 Tre Lamar LB Clemson
7.25 Jake Browning QB Washington
7.29 James Gardner WR Miami Ohio
7.32 Larry Allen G Harvard
7.38 Darnell Savage FS Maryland
Yeah that is almost totally unrealistic, though NFLN's Bucky Brooks has also mocked DT Christian Wilkins to us at 32...I would step on people to find the fastest way to the podium if he were still available there.
 

Patriot Missile

Pro Bowl Player
Yeah that is almost totally unrealistic, though NFLN's Bucky Brooks has also mocked DT Christian Wilkins to us at 32...I would step on people to find the fastest way to the podium if he were still available there.

Agreed about the unrealistic. I really like Wilkins. Seems like a great player and true leader but I know there is no way he falls within 14 picks of 32.
 

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