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  1. Mike Mayock's 2017 NFL Draft position rankings 2.0 By Mike Mayock NFL Media draft analyst Published: March 21, 2017 Mike Mayock unveils the second of his position-by-position rankings for the 2017 NFL Draft. Quarterback 1. DeShone Kizer, Notre Dame 2. Deshaun Watson, Clemson 3. Mitchell Trubisky, North Carolina 4. Patrick Mahomes II, Texas Tech 5. Davis Webb, California Running Back 1. Leonard Fournette, LSU 2. Christian McCaffrey, Stanford 3. Dalvin Cook, Florida State 4. Alvin Kamara, Tennessee 5. Samaje Perine, Oklahoma Rise: Fournette (2), McCaffrey (3), Perine (NR) Fall: Cook (1), Joe Mixon, Oklahoma (5, added to special exceptions) Wide receiver 1. Corey Davis, Western Michigan 2. Mike Williams, Clemson 3. John Ross, Washington 4. Zay Jones, East Carolina T-5. Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington T-5. JuJu Smith-Schuster, USC Rise: Jones (5), Smith-Schuster (NR) Fall: Kupp (4), Tight end 1. O.J. Howard, Alabama 2. David Njoku, Miami 3. Evan Engram, Ole Miss 4. Gerald Everett, South Alabama 5. George Kittle, Iowa Rise: Everett (5), Kittle (NR) Fall: Jake Butt, Michigan (4, added to special exceptions) Offensive tackle 1. Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin 2. Garett Bolles, Utah 3. Antonio Garcia, Troy 4. Roderick Johnson, Florida State T-5. Taylor Moton, Western Michigan T-5. Jermaine Eluemunor, Texas A&M Interior OL 1. Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky 2. Cam Robinson, Alabama 3. Dan Feeney, Indiana 4. Dion Dawkins, Temple T-5. Ethan Pocic, LSU T-5. Pat Elflein, Ohio State Rise: Dawkins (5), Elflein (NR) Fall: Pocic (4) Interior DL 1. Jonathan Allen, Alabama 2. Caleb Brantley, Florida 3. Malik McDowell, Michigan State 4. Larry Ogunjobi, Charlotte 5. Chris Wormley, Michigan Edge rusher 1. Myles Garrett, Texas A&M 2. Solomon Thomas, Stanford 3. Derek Barnett, Tennessee 4. Takkarist McKinley, UCLA 5. Tim Williams, Alabama Rise: Thomas (4), McKinley (5) Fall: Williams (2) Linebacker 1. Reuben Foster, Alabama 2. Haason Reddick, Temple 3. Jarrad Davis, Florida 4. Zach Cunningham, Vanderbilt 5. Alex Anzalone, Florida Rise: Davis (4) Fall: Cunningham (3) Cornerback 1. Marshon Lattimore, Ohio State 2. Marlon Humphrey, Alabama 3. Kevin King, Washington 4. Gareon Conley, Ohio State 5. Fabian Moreau, UCLA Rise: Lattimore (2), Humphrey (3), King (NR), Conley (NR), Moreau (NR) Fall: Sidney Jones, Washington (1, added to special exceptions), Teez Tabor, Florida (4), Tre'Davious White, LSU (5) Nickel 1. Budda Baker, Washington 2. Chidobe Awuzie, Colorado 3. Jourdan Lewis, Michigan 4. Desmond King, Iowa 5. Damontae Kazee, San Diego State Safety 1. Jabrill Peppers, Michigan 2. Jamal Adams, LSU 3. Malik Hooker, Ohio State 4. Obi Melifonwu, Connecticut T-5. Marcus Williams, Utah T-5. Marcus Maye, Florida Rise: Peppers (3), Melifonwu (5), Williams (NR), Maye (NR) Fall: Hooker (1) , Budda Baker, Washington (4, added to nickel) Special exceptions 1. Adoree' Jackson, USC 2. Curtis Samuel, Ohio State 3. Sidney Jones, Washington 4. Jake Butt, Michigan 5. Joe Mixon, Oklahoma
  2. Mike Mayock: Jabrill Peppers is the best safety in the 2017 NFL draft By: Luke Easterling | March 21, 2017 12:19 pm ET The 2017 NFL draft is loaded with talented safety prospects, with most media rankings kicking their lists off with the likes of LSU’s Jamal Adams and Ohio State’s Malik Hooker. But one of the biggest names in draft media has a different take. NFL Network’s Mike Mayock released his updated positional rankings on Tuesday at, with a recognizable but surprising name atop the safety column: Michigan’s Jabrill Peppers. While few will argue Peppers’ place as one of the best overall athletes in this draft, calling him the best safety prospect in a loaded group takes quite the leap of faith. Peppers played a million different positions for the Wolverines, but while his best fit at the next level is likely at safety, he’s somewhat of a blind projection even there. Peppers was an effective defender in the box last season, when he lined up primarily at linebacker, using his speed and natural athleticism to flow downhill and close on ball-carriers. But his struggles with technique and fluidity in coverage were painfully obvious, and the fact that he only had one takeaway in two seasons raises questions about his ability to make big plays in the NFL. There’s no doubt Peppers should make an immediate impact as a return specialist, and there’s a strong case to be made for him being a better fit on the offensive side of the ball. He’s a developmental prospect no matter where you put him, and he’s at his best when he’s in space with the ball in his hands. I love Peppers’ athleticism, versatility and personality, and think he can eventually become an impact player because of his passion and dedication to the game. But when stacking him up against this year’s deep and talented safety class, there are quite a few prospects in that group who are more refined and ready to be immediate starters at the position.
  3. Exec: Haason Reddick could go before Reuben Foster in draft By Lance Zierlein NFL Media draft analyst Published: March 17, 2017 The scoop: "It won't surprise me if (Temple LB Haason) Reddick comes off the board before (Alabama LB Reuben) Foster. I like Foster a lot and I think he's the better player of the two, but Reddick is bigger than Foster and is a legit rusher on the edge, too. Any time you have someone who can rush the quarterback, they get pushed up the board." -- NFC pro personnel director The skinny: The comment about Reddick being bigger than Foster caught me off-guard, but it's true. Reddick came into the NFL Scouting Combine eight pounds heavier than Foster, but I would say that Foster plays stronger and heavier than Reddick once they hit the grass. Reddick's draft value has continued to soar after strong performances at the Senior Bowl and combine. His ability to rush the passer off the edge was something I saw on tape and in one-on-ones at Senior Bowl practices. With more and more defenses looking for hybrid players who can play a variety of roles, Reddick could be the player who benefits most on Day One of the draft.
  4. To me this WR class is pretty weak and OJ Howard is actually the top WR & TE of the bunch, despite playing TE.
  5. I'd say no way. has the same grade on Reddick as Reuben Foster (6.3), and ranks him as the 14th best player. Which is why I don't think he's a reach at 9.
  6. Mine Round 1 1. Jabrill Peppers, SS 2. O.J. Howard, TE 3. Haason Reddick, LB Round 2 1. Obi Melifonwu, FS 2. Tanoh Kpassagnon, DE 3. Bucky Hodges, TE
  7. Template to use ... Round 1 1. 2. 3. Round 2 1. 2. 3.
  8. 1. Burfict 2. Kirkpatrick 3. Dunlap
  9. He's a bojanglin coon ... fuck him. Playoffs 5 years in a row .... yeah, Cincy isn't trying at all. Let's not focus on the other 28 teams that weren't able to accomplish that level of consistent success.
  10. Well yeah, it's clear that some people don't care about the "alternative facts" called numbers. But I could care less about those people, like you.
  11. The Bengals top 24 starters and their salaries ... ^^^^^ These figures actually MAKE MY POINT FOR ME … Thanks As you will see … for every 15 & 13 you need a 1, for every 10 or so you need a 3 … so you avg out around 5-6 mill for starters, with any fluctuation needing to be made up from the top or bottom. Math … it’s almost like magic. And again … you cannot pay all of your players 10 mill a year … you can only pay a couple in that range. And probably not wise to do that for a 36 year old T or make a G your 3rd highest paid player on the team.
  12. "Math is FAKE NEWS" ... got it.
  13. I saw on NFLN that Whitworth can only practice one day a week because of age ... and once he is injured by week 8 of next season, and the Rams cut him next off season, then the Bengals front office might look a lot smarter, on not paying him like a starting QB at age 36. Him and Peko were the so called "locker room leaders", and neither got a playoff win, time to move on from both of them and have new player leadership ... I vote for Burfict and Kirkpatrick.
  14. I'd literally nut and just sit in it, for like an hour, until it got crusty like Elmers glue when you were a kid, and peeled it off your fingers and pretended it was skin.
  15. You obviously keep Kirkpatrick and it isn't even close. Not only is he younger by 8 years, and cheaper than Whit, but there is a good chance Whit doesn't even play through his first year, and very good he doesn't make it through year 2. The Bengals drafted Cedric in the First Rd to be the LT of the future, they also have Fisher as an option a Rd 2 pick, so time for him/them to produce. You could also move Ced in to G I guess if you had to, and draft an LT at 9 or still get a manageable one in FA. Kirkpatrick plays the premier position after QB, has rare measurables, and will certainly finish out his 5 years of the contract barring injury.