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PFN is a bunch better I think.

Plus... they have all 8 picks in their correct position.
PFF kinda sucks.
 

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I made 1 trade in both mock draft but tried to address our needs and not just go with best next available.

Yes, I took Trask and Mond in my second mock. Two different style QBs but I figured that one or both might come in handy down the road.
 

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    35.
    Greg Newsome II
    CB Northwestern
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  • NO

    60.
    Jabril Cox
    LB LSU

  • NO

    98.
    Tyler Shelvin
    DT LSU

  • NO

    133.
    Osa Odighizuwa
    DT UCLA

  • NO

    218.
    Paris Ford
    S Pitt

  • NO

    229.
    Kylen Granson
    TE SMU

  • NO

    255.
    Syrus Tuitele
    OT Fresno State

  • 2022 ATL 2nd
  • 2022 BUF 4th
 

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Thanks for the link and helping me fritter away almost an entire Sunday afternoon. In one simulation, I managed to get a QB (that dude from North Dakota State or whatever), get Ashante Samuel, Jr, and a bunch of other high picks.

Of course, I traded every single 2022 pick. :fou:
 

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Traded back a few times to acquire more picks.

PFN Draft - LB_OT_S_TE_WR_CB.JPG

218. LB KJ Britt
229. WR Warren Jackson
233. WR Jalen Camp
 

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28: I'd be ecstatic if we landed Mac Jones or Kyle Trask here. I think Kyle Trask will be one of the best QBs in this draft. Both are two of the most accurate quarterbacks in the class with great anticipation, ability to go through progressions, and ability to read defenses both pre and post snap. Both have the intangibles.
Until we know we have our QB of the future, the most important position in football will remain a top priority.

60: Melifonwu would be a solid #2 CB. He was great at the senior bowl. Large CB with ability to shut down receivers. Brother of Obi Melifonwu.
On senior bowl performance: "It was an incredible day for Melifonwu who showed superb physicality and length to win in tight spaces. He also dominated against tight ends in one-on-ones with aggressiveness and speed. He can match up against anyone and he showed it this week. Melifonwu will be an excellent pro and should be off the board sooner than later in the NFL Draft."
https://www.si.com/college/syracuse/football/ifeatu-melifonwu-senior-bowl-practice-standout

98: Dylan Moses: extremely athletic LB with good coverage skills.
" Moses is a well-experienced linebacker who has spent time at all three linebacker spots. A hyper-athletic and agile second-level player, he’s a fast-flowing prospect that gobbles up opportunities in space. . . . He's a supremely unique athlete at the position. He has true sideline-to-sideline range and it’s rare to see him outran. When able to diagnose plays cleanly, Moses flies downhill with reckless abandon. When having exposure to anyone with the opposite color jersey on, he’s looking to embarrass them in any way possible. He's terrific at keeping his shoulders square to the line of scrimmage, but when alleyways open, Moses is not hesitant with taking the slight crease and flying through it. He has above-average instincts combined with having what seems like a ball radar with his head. There isn’t a notch level of how often he dishes out contact because it’s always turned to its highest point. He's a heat-seeking missile that usually blows up whatever he comes into contact with. Hitting power is at an insanely high level in that when ball carriers come into contact with him, they know exactly who it was immediately. Moses is a face-up, chest-up tackler that runs his facemask through the opposition. There aren’t many times where he opts to tackle low or shy away from executing proper tackling techniques. There are few examples of where he shows bad technique or failure to wrap up. Ball carriers go down quickly after coming into contact with him. "
The Draft Network: Dylan Moses Draft Profile

105: Monty Rice: I almost went Trevon Grimes (WR, Florida) here, but double dipped at a glaring position of need. Rice brings depth to a position of need and needed competition to fill the void left by the departures of Anzalone and Kwon Alexander.
 

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