I think Jones would be more along the lines of a DL that would fit the Bears system, factoring into a steady rotation with the other players on the team, hence why I had them taking Hooker over Jonathan Allen. For one, I don't feel that Allen is a system fit anyway, and they run a committee approach to get the job done regardless. The versatility that Jones brings will be a huge plus.
The Broncos continue to bolster their offensive line. Their defense is considered the best in the league but they missed the playoffs which means the offense isn't where it needs to be. The Broncos have the skilled position players but fixing the trenches has to be the priority.
1-Ryan Ramczyk OT
With Jameis Winston starting to come into his own as an NFL QB, the Buccaneers look like they are ready to be a playoff contender. The key now will be keeping Jameis healthy and preventing the offense from going stagnant. McGlinchey has done a great job keeping DeShone Kizer upright and is also very effective in the ground game. He has good hands and is strong and Notre Dame has put some very good offensive linemen in the NFL lately.
A long snaper in the top 5?
Ryan Pace "We had to pay so much money to Cutler that we became traumatized... So we're drafting a player who won't demand so much money on his contract and won't slay every hope we have in our heart"
Jay Cutler traumatized an NFL franchise.what a legend.