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2018 NFL Mexican Black Bear Mock by Grizzly - 9.17
Published at 9/17/2017 2:47:11 AM

Projected finishes, trades and limited player descriptions as you can see Walt and Charlie for these. Comments and suggestions always welcome. (2ND ROUND IN PROGRESS)

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Round 1

Picks 1-16
1. Jets: Josh Rosen, Quarterback, UCLA

(2-14) I don't see anyone prying the number one pick from Jets cold dead hands this draft JETS REPORT, Frankly the Jets could go 0 -16 quite easily this year the only games I see them having a shot at are the Bills (twice), Saints and maybe the Jags.


2. 49ers: Sam Darnold, Quarterback, USC

From Bears@(4-12) DEJA VU as Bears retrieve all their picks of last year. (Same trade except no give back) Price 2018 3rd, 2018 4th, 2019 3rd SF REPORT Niners should win four games as they play the Rams twice, Colts, Skins,, Bears, Jags and Zona. Yep they could do worse or better but I feel good about predicting 4 wins.


3. Redskins: Lamar Jackson, Quarterback, Louisville

(From Bears via SF @(4-12) After the Browns acquire Cousins at the trade deadline (see pick 6) Skins move from 6 to 3 Price 2018 2nd (via Browns) 2019 3rd Though this seems quite expensive, Skins are not desperate for a QB and Jackson is their man, they can't mess around as many teams are QB needy.
SKINS REPORT: While I am predicting Cousins to be traded he could stay and that would improve their record. BROWNS REPORT: I have the Browns at 4 -11 and this could improve if as I suspect they get Cousins within a five hour drive of his home.


4. Bengals: Orlando Brown, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma

(4 -12 )While Walt and Charlie both like Adams and insist Brown is too tall, I believe he is the top dog.He was a wall against THE Ohio State. BENGALS REPORT: Man they are stinking it up, but still should be able to improve and win four games.




5. Colts: Trey Adams, Offensive Tackle, Washington

(5-11) Colts could shoot for an edge, yet I think it will be OT

While Walt and Charlie are not on board (suggesting he is too tall for LT), I disagree. He almost singlehandedly stopped the Ohio State studs.COLTS REPORT : Obviously they should improve when Luck returns....


6. Bears: Arden Key, Defensive End, LSU

From Skins via Browns@(5-11) At the trade deadline the Browns get Cousins from the Skins. Browns pay 2018 1st,, 2019 2nd, Now in dire need of a top QB Skins move up to 3 for Jackson. As for Key there SEEMS to be something going on with either a character issue or injury....and Bears would be shy if it is character...stay tuned BEARS REPORT. Currently I have the Bears at 3-13, they really do suck despite being banged up. A good example of how stats lie was when Glennon was 8-10 in the Bucs game. Yes he is accurate WHEN THERE IS NO PRESSURE and sure the Bears have naught a decent receiver,and even a case can be made for him getting rid of the biscuit quick. However his lack of mobility more than cancels his attributes, I think the Bears have a shot at beating SF,and the 2 Ohio teams and sure they could beat Balty or the Saints (but I doubt it) I don't see them beating anyone in the division. There best shot would be the Vikes, but the match up of a strong Vikes defense and Glennon is not favorable, but New Years Eve may have Trubisky leading and that could be favorable. Still the Bears could lose even to any of the five teams I have as winable and yeah maybe they limp to 4 -12, but I doubt it.


7. Rams: Minkah Fitzpatrick, Cornerback, Alabama

(5-11) Fitzpatrick I think will be drafted ahead of James at the end of the day


8. Bills: Josh Allen, Quarterback, Wyoming

Bills sweat it out and get rewarded with the only cold weather top QB This really SHOULD be Bills year in this draft. They are addressing major holes with outstanding prospects.


10. Cardinals: Equanimeous St. Brown, Wide Receiver, Notre Dame

(7-9 Cards finally get their replacement for Fitz in Brown who gets my nod as the top WR


11. Jaguars: Calvin Ridley, Wide Receiver, Alabama

(7-9) Jags get one of the top receivers


12. Redskins: Quenton Nelson, Offensive Guard, Notre Dame

Far and away the best guard in this draft


13. Vikings: Kevin Toliver II, Cornerback, LSU

(8-8) I like the Tiger a hair better than the Trojan as top pure CB this year, but time will tell, CB is one of the tougher prospect positions to jufgr early in the season.


14. Broncos: Mike McGlinchey, Offensive Tackle, Notre Dame

(8-8) McGlinchey is one of the more intriguing prospects of this draft who has many supporters and detractors


15. Panthers: Derwin James, Safety, Florida State

(8-8) Yep big drop here, but they always happen


16. Saints: Harold Landry, Defensive End, Boston College

(8-8) Saints stay on the D side again this year and feel the need, the need for speed


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