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  1. It's average to below average at best, and they are desperately in need of a starting center. It's a mystery as to why they didn't sign Matt Paradis considering their current cap space. They still have 51M left over for this season and somehow couldn't offer enough to keep him from the Panthers when he was already in NYC that day.
  2. It's pretty much market value if you look at the recent WRs traded for 1st round picks. If you go back 18 years you're getting two first round picks for a premium WR, but teams figured out that was an overpay. Throwing out the Cooks trades (since they're too recent to judge), you were probably better off taking the picks in each case. The only WR that went on to have career years after being traded was Moss, but he did that for the Pats and not the Raiders. https://www.pro-football-reference.com/play-index/share.fcgi?id=JDI5G My knee jerk reaction is I'd rather have the player, but looking at the history of these deals the picks are often the better bargain.
  3. I like the Browns side of the trade better, but Odell is 26, Randy Moss was traded at age 28 for the 7th overall pick. So the 17th, a 3rd and Peppers isnt that crazy.
  4. The Browns offense is loaded on paper. Mayfield has OBJ, Landry, Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. They’ve done a good job surrounding their young QB with young skill position talent. The Giants have the 6th pick and 17th pick, so I suppose they have some ability to move around in the first. Seems like an upgrade for Odell’s fantasy prospects next season.
  5. I thought it was a fake twitter account when I first saw this trade. 🤣
  6. You don’t know that you’ll get similar production, but if you do you’ve got a long term asset whereas bell at 27 is probably a short term one. That was the crazy part about Bell sitting out last year and giving up 14.5 million. He’ll never get that money back or that year of his prime.
  7. Imagine after what happened to Dez Bryant last year in free agency, being Le’Veon Bell and thinking a better market for your services might open up in a day, a week, or months from now. You’d have to be getting some really bad advice to believe something like that.
  8. Also: It will be interesting to see how much money Bell ends up signing for. Regarding the Jets, throwing more money at Paradis and fixing other problem areas might be a better use of cap room.
  9. I wonder what the Bills offer was...
  10. Very impressive combine. Route running isn't too hot, and he had a good WR on the other side in college to draw attention away from him. His 3 cone drill wasn't all that impressive, but DeAndre Hopkins didn't have a great 3 cone and turned out fine. All that said, how well do you have to run routes if you're that big and fast? Also some NFL teams expected him to run a slow 40...but he ran an incredible one...it will be interesting to see where he gets drafted.
  11. The Jets need everything except QB, and maybe they're ok at DL. That sounds like a joke, but it really isn't. They're projected to take a pass rusher at #3, but their best bet may be trading down for multiple picks since they have so many holes to fill and are missing a second round pick. With 100M in cap space, the Jets can go in any direction in free agency which could change who they're projected to pick at #3.
  12. That's my opinion too. It's smart to trade Rosen if the GM and the team have decided he's not their QB and won't be successful in the NFL. Drafting Murray at #1 on top of that is a whole different issue. If the Cards do trade Rosen and pick up another QB, It would be a very gutsy move.
  13. In the past 32 years there have been 75 QBs who were 6 feet or under drafted. 2 of the 75 have been worth a first round pick. We'll hear a lot about Russell Wilson and Drew Brees, but not as much about Alex Van Pelt, Chris Leak, Seneca Wallace, Billy Joe Tolliver, Glenn Foley, etc.
  14. First overall would be tough. It all depends on the season, I don't think he'll ever get to an insane number like Mahomes did this year even though he has that kind of arm strength. If you take out the Baltimore game (lol) his 16 game pace would put him around 320-330 fantasy points in standard leagues. That can get him into the top 10 in most seasons. Assuming he gets a bit better and Buffalo puts more talent around him, he could probably crack the top 5 in a down year like Cam did in 2017.
  15. Seemed logical at the time that Elway would like Josh Allen. Who knows if he just wanted Chubb more or if the draft day "Controversy" dropped Josh Allen's stock slightly.