2019 NFL Draft

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  1. Shadowlight

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    Two black combine work out warriors might slide on draft day due to health concerns.

    I would not draft these players. One should not be in the draft.

    DK Metcalf--His body fat is so low it barely registered. That right there is a concern. History of a neck injury and other ailments are also concern. His lack of agility and hip swivel despite his power and straight line speed. And in my eyes this is a steroid specimen who will be constantly battling injuries. A one trick pony. We have seen too many of these muscled up straight line fast black WRs fail on the NFL level. Just hope a team we all like here doesn't pull the trigger on this suspicious looking dude.

    Edge Montez Sweat--Some teams have backed off because of his enlarged heart. Others are being cautious. There is even disagreement among medical professionals as to whether Sweat should be allowed to play with this condition. Below is a brief article and video discussion on the issue. It was pointed out that a defibrillatore would have to be present on the sidelines specifically for him.

    https://theramswire.usatoday.com/2019/04/20/nfl-draft-montez-sweat-heart-condition-rams/

    Hell that sounds too touch and go and if some doctors are wary then it is a simple open and shut case. The young man shouldn't be playing football. Period. And as a team do you really want to worry whether he could drop in a practice or a game?

    But it goes to show you the lengths teams will go to field a fast black football player. Just because some doctors are ok with him playing there is enough murk here where caution is the best and only avenue in my opinion. That means Sweat should discontinue his football career which is a better path than discontinuing his life. I know the media wants to highlight him as another shining example of the black superman but this is a case where the worst case scenario goes beyond a draft prospect not "working out."
     
  2. Heretic

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    Cardinals No Longer Planning to Draft Kyler Murray

    CBS Sports’ Pete Prisco reported Sunday that the Cardinals’ ownership floated the idea of drafting Murray in an attempt to generate excitement among the fanbase, which in turn would help sell more tickets. But after not getting the desired reaction, Prisco says the Cardinals are no longer planning to select the Heisman Trophy winner with the top pick.

    The ownership pushed for Kyler Murray. That much I know; I was told that,” Prisco said on CBS Sports HQ. “And the reason they did is they were having a hard time selling tickets. Well they put it out there and Arizona was lukewarm to it. So now all of a sudden, they’re pulling back, from what I’ve been told.

    “They’re going to go in a different direction. They’re not going to draft Kyler Murray.”



    Good to see Cardinal fans seemingly reject the obviously forced quota agenda, although I'm not convinced the cucked owners will follow through with this. They may fear being called "racist" if they don't pick him #1. The only way change will occur with the Caste system in the NFL is at the grassroots-fanbase-level by refusing to support the team if they want to keep pushing not only the quota agenda, but the 100% diverse team (read: all black) agenda as well.
     
  3. white is right

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    I know in basketball guys have retired on the spot with this condition. I know that they couldn't get insurance and universities have told the player they couldn't allow him to play. After Hank Gathers schools are leery of allowing players with heart conditions to play.

    PS, looking at how yolked Sweat looks this could be side affect of PED abuse as anabolic steroids can make the heart grow, many bodybuilders have had this condition after years of taking this drug.
     
  4. white is right

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    As we stated before drafting a guy this short number 1 is total insanity, still the ticket selling scenario sounds plausible as the Cardinals have had problems selling season ticket packages when the team is mediocre. Who wants to sit in an indoor stadium in a desert climate and see their team win 2 home games all year....
     
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  5. Shadowlight

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    Certainly Joe public is not 100% sure the Cardinals will draft Murray but that is the general feeling. Based on what I am hearing I still think the odds favor it and while owners are always looking at the bottom line I think picking Murray at number one in the hope of selling more tickets seems a stretch.

    Also factor in the draft will be broadcast on more multi media platforms than ever before. This is the first draft I remember a major non exclusive cable channel televising the draft. In this case the entire draft. ABC who is affiliated with ESPN/Disney will do the honors. Of course the NFL Network and ESPN will have their usual wall to wall coverage.

    So any kind of late juicy scramble suspense draft news is perhaps yet another NFL ploy to goose the viewing audience numbers.

    But if Murray isn't selected first that increases the odds that Bosa will be taken by the Cardinals. Arguably the worst team profile wise for a rising white star.

    Maybe the tag team of Gruden/Mayock jump up to get Murray? They kicked out all of their draft people so I can't tell if these two are forming some queer bond to pursue a caste infected draft? But it sure looks that way. I have seen many Raider mock drafts and not one featured a white defender of skill player.

    But speculation runs amuck at this point with three days to go until lift off.

    For the Vikings I would like to see them add a white player or two to their defense. On offense they desperately need OL help and at this point I don't care if the OL is white or black as long as he is good. Just somebody to protect Cousins for crying out loud which will help Thielen and the team succeed. Cousins was running for his life last season.
     
  6. Extra Point

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    I'm actually interested to see how Mayock does. One of the things that is sometimes said is "If these draft analysts know so much why aren't they working for a team?" Well now one of them is and we'll see how he does.

    By the way, some of these draft analysts would have to take pay cuts to work for an NFL team. Some of them are former scouts.
     
  7. Leonardfan

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    With a few days left before the draft it sounds like some of our guys are trending in the right direction - Will Grier is supposedly getting late 1st round buzz which is a pleasant surprise. My only knock on him is that he will be a 24 year old rookie. Supposedly the Panthers really like him - would be nice to see him replace Scam in a year and see the script flipped on an aging white QB getting replaced by a black QB.

    Dan Snyder loves Dwayne Haskins - no real surprise there as his love for the Gremlin is well documented. Let's not forget the Redskins also drafted Jason Campbell in the 1st round. With so many holes and terrible drafting the Redskins are going to probably screw this draft up too.

    The Bengals seem like Ryan Finley as an option if they don't target another QB earlier. Finley is essentially the same player Dalton is and I feel Dalton is a solid QB.

    I've just been going through reading things and I get the sense that Arizona might trade down with Oakland and Oakland get's the magical midget. They need a gimmick to sell their fan base as they leave for Vegas in a few years. If this is the case it would be downright hilarious and just a great illustration of how far Mayock has fallen from a talent evaluator to caste stooge and Gruden with his refreshingly critical stint as a broadcaster just shrivel up and turn back into a caste disciple as a head coach.

    I want to see Bosa end up on the 49ers. They have solid pieces in place on offense but nothing on defense. They have spent several 1st round picks on DL/Pass rushers and none have done much so seeing the 49ers having to draft the superior Bosa to make up for their errors would be great to see.
     
  8. Extra Point

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    Mayock seemed to be fairer to white players at one time than he is now. In recent years he seemed to be following a more caste approach.

    Now that his job is on the line maybe he'll start giving white players more of a chance.

    If I was the Raiders I'd be trying to trade up to get Nick Bosa. A premier pass rusher can have a huge effect on a team.
     
  9. Leonardfan

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    Mayock jumped the shark awhile ago for sure - in his first few years at NFL network he was much fairer to white athletes (the Brian Leonard episode at the combine with caste clown Dick Vermeil always comes to mind). His demise into becoming just another caste stooge is well documented here. I'm not holding my breath that he will magically come to his senses. Just remember how Gruden flipped back to a caste adhering head coach after years of criticizing the buffoonery of players while he was in the booth.
     
  10. Extra Point

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    One of the narratives the mainstream media is now pushing is that Oakland might trade up to take Kyler "The Midget" Murray.

    This, of course, would be stupid on Oakland's part. They already have a good quarterback in Derek Carr.

    Lurkers take note. The mainstream media follows the plan of The Great Replacement. They want all whites replaced by non-whites. So they want every white quarterback replaced by a non-white quarterback.

    So they denigrate white quarterbacks any way they can and urge their replacement by non-white quarterbacks. Just as they are doing with Oakland.
     
  11. TwentyTwo

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    Enjoy reading all of the feedback. Covered a lot of different angles. After watching so many NFL Drafts over the years..almost high predictability rate ; with a few nice surprises ; but plenty disappointments too.

    Thanks for the Draft projection post (Leonardan; Deceptive Speed; etc) ....just checked CBS Sports to get the pulse; pretty much same ole' same ole' by he numbers.
    IF the Draft goes according to them...this is how it would go.

    ONLY 3 White WR' Drafted??
    3rd Round ( #79 Overall)....Andy Isabella / U.Mass (13th ranked WR).. Proved his worth vs SEC Georgia; a Steal!
    early 5th Round ( #141) ....David Sills / W. Virginia...former QB still learning; nice upside; NO WAY 19th Ranked WR!
    early 6th Round ( #177).... Hunter Renfrow / Clemson...could get open in an elevator
    UDFA's ...
    320 Cody Thompson (Toledo)...at least a 4th Round pick pre-injury; will he go in the late Rounds?
    408 Michael Walker ....6'-0 195 (Boston College); undrafted? will have to make his mark like Andy Erickson/Bengals
    454 Jesper Horested....6'-4" 215 (Princeton) ....has NFL ability much like Justin Watson
    505 Brody Oliver...6'-3" 208 (Colorado School of Mines).. never know where another Adam Theilen lurks

    The fact NO White RB's on on the list is BS! Not even as UDFA? Patrick Laird? AJ Ouellette? Thought Sam McPherson or Domanick Bragalone might sneak in...

    Safeties
    2nd Round / #38 overall ....Taylor Rapp / Washington...(half white/Chinese) Needs to establish himself like Harrison Smith ; otherwise dwf lightning rod like Conte
    7th Round / #249...Andrew Wingard/ Wyoming...#18th Best Safety??Does he really Slide this far down?? Only in this cartoon universe it's possible w what happened to Trey Quinn & many others.
    UDFA
    #349 Chris Johnson / North Alabama ...saw where NFL Scouts Love him OR hate him..would be surprised if he's not on an NFL Roster...he has SEC type talent
    #388 Brandon Synder / So.Dakota St....Former Iowa Hawkeye thumper career derailed by knee injuries..otherwise he's capable of being a 5th Round pick at least
    Hopefully an NFL Team is paying attention to Parker Baldwin (San Diego St.)

    Tanner Muse stayed at Clemson; hybrid Chase Hansen (Utah) outgrew the position; as did Dru Tranquil(Notre Dame)

    Found another site that listed FULLBACKS...6th Round Bengals Winston Dimel UTEP/K-St.)
    UDFA's w chance to stick on 53 man rosters
    George Alston (Pitt) ; Chandler Cox (Auburn) ; Alec Ingold (Wisconsin)
    UDFA Safeties...Andy Martel (UTSA); Jake Thieneman (Purdue)
    Also...
    >Andy Isabella..first pick 3rd Round/Cardinals
    >David Sills ...late 3rd round /Panthers
    >Hunter Renfrow ...4th Round / Colts
    >Andrew Wingard..early 7th Packers?? They need a White DB
    > Chase Hansen...7th pick #254 as Strong Safety 6'-2" 220/ Cardinals

    Would talk other positions (QB; TE; LB; DL; etc) but didn't want post to be too long.
    Zach Allen Jaguars? Chase Winovich Patriots? Greg Gaines Saints ? Maxx Crosby Rams? John Cominsky Eagles? etc...
     
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  12. Don Wassall

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    Who the Raiders pick will be interesting to watch. I expect nothing from Gruden, who should be a politician with all the bs that comes out of his mouth, but Mayock was the best draft analyst on TV and the question is whether he will continue the sharp Caste direction he took in recent years or not. It's comical that Gruden and Mayock booted all their scouts close to the draft. Their "war room" might be nearly empty. I can't see the Raiders staying ultra-black but I don't expect them to change direction markedly either.

    The feeling I'm getting from media reports is that the Patriots will likely blacken up their WRs this season, unless Berrios can stay healthy and break out in what will essentially be his rookie season. Right now after Edelman there's a bunch of slop on the roster at receiver, including washed up Demaryius Thomas, never-was Phillip Dorsett, and scrubs like Maurice Harris and Bruce Ellington. With how little Chris Hogan signed for with Carolina, it's obvious New England could have re-signed him for the same minimal investment. Maybe they'll surprise and draft Isabella, Sills or Renfrow. What they do at the tight end position also bears watching. They have a real potential talent in Jacob Hollister, but he's yet another White WR/TE who can't stay healthy.

    The best way to approach the draft is to always expect the worst, that way's there's almost always a few pleasant surprises. Good work by Shadowlight, Truthteller, Leonardfan, Red Raider, 22 and others to get the info out there on this thread.
     
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  13. booth

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    Just read that Pats were high on Noah Fant the black tight end from Iowa. We are leaving today to go to the NFL draft, planning to be very vocal the first day might not be there the second day. Steven A. and Maxie Pad will get a very vocal shout out. If anyone else is interested in going you can download free tickets each day from the NFL.com/apps/draft. They seemed to have some pretty tight security rules so read what you can bring in.
     
  14. PHillisFan

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    On a positive note regarding a former darkened position for Buffalo, the TE position now consists of Tyler Kroft, Jake Fisher and afleet Jason Croom. Croom probably only still has a spot on the team because he is dating one of the Pegula's daughters. :facepalm:
    Anyway, Buffalo has been linked to Hockenson. Hockenson could be gone before pick 9 or may be 2nd choice behind a defensive tackle. If they miss out on Hock, they have also been linked to Ole Miss TE Dawson Knox, who they brought in for a workout. It looks like are looking to completely de-caste the TE position.
     
  15. Bucky

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    Interesting news regarding Metcalf and Sweat @Shadowlight . We can add Rashan Gary as another possible prospect that is in free fall. Apparently he has a torn labrum combined with a laughable Wonderlic score of 9. Should see him fall out of 1st Rd, at least in a sane world. Even Kiper has him labeled as high bust material.

    https://247sports.com/Article/Rashan-Gary-NFL-Draft-2019-shoulder-injury-131436967/

    It would be hilarious to see Murray fall in the Draft. I mean even The Great Aaron Rodgers lasted until 24th pick in his Draft Class.. Murray and his 5'8 frame doesn't come close to being an NFL QB. His best route would be going the Antwan Randle El route as a Slot WR/Returner. But apparently height doesn't matter in NFL if you have an ounce of magical upsider blood in ya..
     
  16. Heretic

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    I was reading some article blurb that mentioned if he was still available when Denver picks, which I think is about 8 or 9, that they should pick him, but Elway has been evaluating Mizzou QB Drew Lock for a while now and I think he's Elway's first choice. However, if Midget Murry is still available then but Elway goes with Drew Lock instead, it'll be interesting to see how the Caste media reacts, probably the same they did when Cousins was picked after Gremlin.
     
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    On the Milwaukee Journal's web page they have a video blurb of the Packers' GM and he specifically mentions that visits with players are often subterfuge. IMO with the caste system so entrenched is that about the only people they fool at any one time is themselves. I would say Dan Snyder is about the norm.
     
  18. Leonardfan

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    Perhaps I am nitpicking a bit but weenieworld just irks the hell out of me.

    Not sure why they would add Daniel Jones in the report of worst body composition when the blurb is supposed to be about Dwayne Haskins. Jones looks to have a tall, lean, athletic build where as Haskins does come off as a little soft and doughy.

    NFL.com's Tom Pelissero reports Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins had the worst "body-composition testing" amongst quarterbacks at the Combine.
    That includes Duke's Daniel Jones. "Haskins has a quick arm, but he's got slow feet," an NFL coach told Pelissero. "He moves a little bit, but when you're like that, everything with your mind and your arm has to be perfect. You don't have the margin for error." Although it is hardly unusual for a quarterback, Haskins has had a polarizing pre-draft process, with some teams reportedly not having a first-round grade on the OSU product. NBC's Peter King has reported that Haskins could end up the fourth quarterback off the board.


    And then weenieworld ignoring all the racial cliches. At least the scout fully admits all of the analysis is based on cliches.

    An area scout for an AFC team writes that Clemson WR Hunter Renfrow "catches everything."
    His foul quote: "He's a great route runner. He catches everything. He's quicker than fast. He's a coach's son. I think I checked off all the cliche boxes for a white slot receiver, but they are all true. Watch him work against Minkah Fitzpatrick and tell me if you think he can play." We'll move on from the race thing, but we will note that Zierlein compares Renfrow to Jeremy Kerley. As Zierlein writes in his summary: "His lack of vertical push will have nickel cornerbacks looking to smother him before he can get out of the gates, but his ball skills and ability to handle contested catches could make him a mid-round draft selection and early NFL contributor." Expect Renfrow to go late on Day 2 or early on Day 3.
     
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    PHillisFan, the daughter you are referring to is non-white. Not even sure if it's Terry's biological daughter? Pegula, who owns the Bills, Buffalo Sabers and single handily created big-time Division I hockey at Penn State (via a large donation), left his white wife and their children quite a while ago for a much younger Asian women. I know he also has kids with the Asian women, but it's possible she's** the daughter of an Asian man, from a previous marriage?

    In the picture of Croom's "girlfriend", she looks significantly darker/tanner than her own Asian mother. Doubt she's Eurasian (Terry's real daughter), but who knows? Since she's not white, can't say I care too much who she dates?

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    Leonardfan, good point about Dan Snyder. He's been constantly seeking out his dream of having a black franchise quarterback for his Redskins, perhaps trying to jazz up the black population in D.C.? When he purchased the Redskins back in 1999, rumor had it tried to literally move mountains to trade up for McNabb from Syracuse. He wasn't able to, but did finally get him at the end of his career and it was a train wreck, with allegations that McNabb showed up drunk for a game with the Skins? After the McNabb disaster, Kosher Dan needed his next black hope and targeted the Gremlin.....Who can forget the absurd scene 7 years ago when string-bean Gremlin, with legs the size of broom sticks, showed up with those ugly striped socks and his sleepy-eyed, crossed eye fiance/Shark named "Becky"?
     
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    Speaking of weasels, today on twitter ESPN is advertising their draft coverage and I tried to reply that I loved ESPN because their football analysts are so "Woke" and of course being scum bags that reply was not accepted.
     
  21. Shadowlight

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    Whatever the case, pre draft burnout(?), for the past several days I feel storm clouds are gathering. The optimism I was feeling a while back has all but melted. I can picture it now. All the hope I had completely drained away by Saturday night.

    The sad thing this year is it doesn't have to be that way. I can't recall a draft loaded with so many top tier white athletes at least in recent memory.

    The thing is this we should not have to sweat out a lot of stuff this go around yet it looks like we will .

    Easy example is WR. Grudgingly I can live with four white WRs being picked but we are at a point where we even have to sweat out Hunter Renfrow. That doesn't even include Cody Thompson who is now considered a fringe prospect. Blood curdling stuff.

    Up above member 22 can't believe RBs Patrick Laird and OJO aren't even on the radar. Versatile and not lacking talent they should be late mid round picks. Both have average NFL RB speed and above average agility. But I have long known I would have to swallow that bitter pill.

    Then you look around and you realize how many gifted white defensive athletes should be on board. From arguably the most athletic LB in the draft in Cole Holcomb to the Wisconsin duo and beyond we should be looking at locks right? But no. We will have to sweat them out as well as other no brainers. It is ridiculous. We could be staring at countless white defensive studs, most all of them hyper athletic, being left out of the draft. A more sobering thought I can't imagine.

    While on the subject of the absurd how is it that S Chris Johnson isn't a lock. Nearly 6'4", runs like the wind he is what is missing in the NFL. A rangy ball hawking FS. I don't have a problem with docking players from small schools but even factoring that in Johnson should be a comfortable late middle round pick at worst. Yet it seems unlikely this athletic stud will get drafted. Paging Jeff Heath. Just disgusting.

    As it is the other viable draftee S Andrew Wingard is hovering around the fringe and the 7th round for no other reason than his race. Yet we will have to suffer through a plethora of black DBs getting drafted and most all of them will stink to high heaven.

    But black DBs are like weather forecasters. No matter how bad they are they keep their jobs what seems like forever.

    Last but not least the strange case of WR Scott Miller. Unlike Chris Johnson who has a slight chance of getting drafted, it would take a miracle if Miller's name is called. Yet I have read more than 5 or 6 reports on Miller the past couple of weeks and each analyst points out his obvious talents like his blazing speed ( he might be the fastest player in the draft) and huge college production and each one of them lists him as getting drafted. Great right? No. Because he is nowhere to be found on every big board I have seen.

    At 5'11" Miller is not tiny. Just a little light weight wise but we have seen hoards of much smaller black WRs get drafted this past decade and you can bet the house some more including a first round pick will be selected this draft.

    Of course I have never heard of a player skipping a measurement but that is what Kyler Murray did on his pro day. Don't know Murray's exact height but I suspect 5'8 something. Miller would tower over him. But Murray gets picked first and Miller gets thrown into a rubbish truck.

    What would lift my spirits are some joyous surprises like Miller, Holcomb, Johnson or a Michael Walker and others like them actually getting drafted. At the moment though I don't think there will be much cause to celebrate even with the good things we anticipate happening in this draft.

    Such a shame that so much white talent looks likely to be left off the table. All that talent going to waste which is especially the case this draft.

    Lets hope for the best anyway. Yes there will be the no brainer white studs that will get drafted and look for a bevy of great white TEs to get selected. But as far as the great surprises and talented white "longshots" getting drafted I fear we won't get to witness those joyous moments. Hope I am wrong but I can't shake these negative feelings. And of course a few of the white no brainers could be left out in the cold too.
     
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  22. La France Blanche

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    The Washington Capitals tried attracting black fans by loading up their roster with members of the Magical Race. It failed big time. The Atlanta Thrashers tried something similar and failed even harder - the team isn't even there anymore.
     
  23. Extra Point

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    Here's a scouting report of OT Jonah Williams by a man named Deuce Windham. I think Windham's reports are pretty good. I remember a couple of years ago he had a favorable report on edge player Trey Hendrickson.

     
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    The Broncos have done a lot of work on this year's QB class, but they ultimately address the defensive side of the ball in Round 1. Devin Bush has a chance to be an elite player in this defense.
     
  25. Shadowlight

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    Final pre draft report.

    Not counting OL Bosa, Hockenson are shoe in first round picks and probably QBs Lock and Jones. ESPN has gone full caste the past two days with non stop drooling over black players and every analyst has dumped on Daniel Jones who all of a sudden is the worst QB in the history of QB draftees. Same thing they sort of did with Josh Allen last year.

    Below is a list of other players who deserve to be selected in this year's first round.

    Dawson Knox

    Jace Sternberger

    Zach Allen

    Chase Winovich

    Andy Isabella

    Maxx Crosby


    Now sub categories:


    Percentage of getting drafted for my fab four.

    Cole Holcomb-25%

    Chris Johnson-18%

    Scott Miller- 10%

    Mike Walker-5%


    Best idea no one will think of:

    Bills drafting Trace McSorley as a Taysom Hill type. Line up both Josh Allen and Trace together forming a deadly pass run option offense that a defense can't defend.


    Underrated off the radar deserve to get drafted :

    S-Jake Gervase

    LB -Joey Alfieri


    White men can't run category:

    DB Andy Whittier 4.3 plus speed

    ATH Chad Zallow 4.2 plus speed


    Two great Iowa 7th round flyers:

    WR Nick Easley--comparable to Danny Amendola

    KR/PR Kyle Groeneweg--speedy return man


    Shame on us for missing this guy:

    Premier white athlete web site in the world and I think we missed him somehow despite playing for Nebraska?

    LB/ST Luke Gifford--another nice 7th round flyer.

    Of course none of these flyers will get drafted. They are not black.

    Looking forward to the always great CF draft chat line. And we have one of our own there to report on TV--you know CF TV--so expecting Booth to be on camera covering the events alongside ESPN and the NFL Network. Ha.

    Saying my prayers. Should be back on line Friday.
     
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