Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by manxman2601, Apr 10, 2019.
Only offensive lineman I'd go up for is Cody Ford.
I think Savage is someone who can play all over in the safety back end. I thought Rapp would have been the perfect Chung replacement but with Chung signing his extension, I don’t really see him as a potential pick. I’m a little concerned that CGJ replicates Dawson too much but I do like his versatility. Thornhill, for me, is the perfect D-Mac long-term replacement. Can cover TEs and WRs in the nickel safety role and can play single high too when required. He’s my no 1 for the Pats.
This twitter page has many rumors listed on them.
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Tony Pauline now reporting that we could select Will Grier at 32. Smells like last week draft BS. Maybe we want to get someone to trade up
The only #32 quarterback rumor worse than the trade for Derek Carr someone suggested
Hate that all my favorites are rising.
It’s always the way unfortunately.
Every single year. Byron Jones, Shea McClellin are the ones that come to mind.
Sounds like teams have freaked out about Montez Sweat.. If he somehow falls to 32nd i'd take him in a heartbeat.
Any rumours about the Patriots taking player X i would just advise everyone to ignore it, this week is pure smoke and mirrors.
Thursday evening can't come soon enough.
Pretty interesting look:
NFL Draft Injury Impact | Montez Sweat, EDGE, Mississippi State | Cover 1
If we pick him at 32 I would not be shocked.
He would be our KR, replacing Patterson
As soon as I watched him I thought he was perfect for Josh McDaniels. I doubt they take him 32, but who knows?
Perhaps this is why BB is looking hard at RTs this year
Don’t we play a pattern matching cover 3 defense?
Doesn’t that defense demand a single high safety?
That's one of our defensive calls, but we don't play base cover 3 like Seattle or Jacksonville.
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