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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Hank Scorpio, May 1, 2022.
maybe Thursday scared everyone off for Friday. tysm
also yeah ftr I don’t think I would ever go to another draft unless it was in my city again but it was a good excuse to day drink on a nice day
Waited until Friday and friend had a flat with a balcony off Main Street that could hang out and drink on most of the time.
Had a busy fall but UF must have beaten the shit out of georgia last year
love the idea of coach Van typing this question into ChatGPT in his office at the football complex
My god... he's a dead man walking
Burns is a big dude but sheez
It is kind of weird to me how much he gets mentioned compared to other GMs when speaking about moves media people like. Kind of comes across like he's doing some PR for himself behind the scenes to make sure people give him credit. I could see why other GMs would roll their eyes at it.
Warren Sharp was going through some analytics of drafts with top values compared to consensus lists. It was like "the Steelers," "the Browns", and "Howie Roseman's Eagles". I think there's a personal relationship there that's created problems in Philly before, but it just looks weird.
werent Nakobe Dean and Jordan Davis not all that good last year btw?
It’s a Bama thing
Davis battled injuries and definitely had a disappointing season. Dean wasn't asked to do much. remember he was coming off the injury that caused him to fall in the draft. he was basically only asked to play special teams. he'll be the starter this year so we'll see.
also I think the Roseman thing is just a product of being around for a long time and being good at developing relationships.
sports writers love when people are nice to them.
Daniel Jeremiah recap of the draft. Best scouting/draft insider in the business, hands down.
His explanation of the Jahmyr Gibbs pick helps it make more sense than it did initially (11:25).
more of this content. seemingly only a few teams release this kinda stuff
would any GM not just laugh at this
Are nfl teams employing broke bitches?
depends on the vacation home imo
They're making a measly low-mid 7 figure salary. They can barely afford a loaf of bread, container of milk, and stick of butter. Let alone time at a vacation house!
idk it worked to steal a supreme court justice
Deuce Vaughn is Barry Sanders
but his pro day, the crisis management.
who could have seen this coming
Who’s that RG?
Not the teammate that he killed
Think it's former teammate Ben Cleveland
Ricks is showing out
Stetson Fleming Bennett , the fourth of his name continues his dominance.
That fucking mountain of a human Jalen Carter showed more pass rushing ability on that one play than his former teammate and first overall pick Travon Walker did all last year
one guy is QB1 in this rookie class and the other guy is stuck in rehab because he can’t stop drinking
Packers have a way of crowning opposing backs, but he looks legit.
Brian Branch was incredible today. 11 tackles, 3 TFL and 2 PBU. Might be the Lions' best defender already.
Teams spend all this time on the draft every year and still stupidly overthink simple shit.
Was Bryce eligible to go back to Bama for another season? The Blackfish
the Bears/Panthers trade has to be the only lose/lose trade for a 1.1 in NFL history
I guess the Bears technically won but its the Bears
I still don’t understand that one. That was like peak NFL draft circle jerk. The Lions could have taken him at 11 overall and not only would it have been a good pick, all of the talking heads probably would have praised it too.
speaking of 2nd round picks, tuli tuipulotu has been a really good player for the chargers and probably their best defender at this point in the year
DJ Moore drops the best pass of Fields career
yeah its a lose/lose
They selected a OT that will play the next ten years. And will have two top 5 picks next year. The Bears won that trade.
but its the Bears
correct, even when we win a trade we still don’t convert those assets into wins.