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Thread: Best & Worst Drafts for Day 1 & 2

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    I think SF killed the draft coming away with Reid, Carradine, Patton, Lattimore. I also liked what the Rams did offensively getting both Austin and Bailey. Miami's draft was up there with the best teams. I'm thrilled with the Jordan pick and wanted Taylor in the 2nd, who we got. Rarely does a draft work out like that. Thomas is solid, but I wanted Wheaton there. I guess the front office really does view wr as a strength.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SMadison29 View Post
    Which team has had the best draft so far & which team has had the worst?

    The Chargers couldn't have gotten rid of AJ Smith soon enough. RT DJ Fluker, ILB Manti Teo, & WR Keenan Allen gives them three top 30 players in my eyes.

    The Bills screwed up so bad in round one with EJ Manuel they can't recover. Love WR Robert Woods, then they reach for ILB Kiki Alonso 40 picks too early followed by another reach for a non-football player in Marquise Goodwin in the third. They have cemented an F grade. Doug Marrone isn't gonna last long if this continues.
    I thought Keenan Allen was a value, but Fluker was overdrafted in my opinion and I'm not high on Teo.
    Jay Fiedler can take his'n and lose to your'n.....or take your'n and lose to his'n.

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    San Francisco

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    Minnesota and San Francisco had the two A+ drafts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by j-off-her-doll View Post
    Minnesota and San Francisco had the two A+ drafts.
    Minny did exactly what I wanted to do which is add as many Top Tier prospects as possible by trading up. Although I admit Im happy with Taylor in the 2nd...

    San Fran killed it...they had the picks and were able to be flexible. I think Reid was a reach but S was a huge need for them. The fact that they are elite without many holes allowed them to take a guy like Carradine and be patient with him...same for Lattimore but obviously a different situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiamiDolphin618 View Post
    Minny did exactly what I wanted to do which is add as many Top Tier prospects as possible by trading up. Although I admit Im happy with Taylor in the 2nd...

    San Fran killed it...they had the picks and were able to be flexible. I think Reid was a reach but S was a huge need for them. The fact that they are elite without many holes allowed them to take a guy like Carradine and be patient with him...same for Lattimore but obviously a different situation.
    I think Reid was right in the area where he should be drafted. I had him as the best safety in the class. I'm not as high on McDonald, but I think that's a good fit. Landing Patton, Lattimore, and Carradine, and Dial (the pick no one is discussing) is unreal.

    I love the Vikings' approach, and I like all the guys they picked. To me, they're the only team that landed three top-tier talents. The Chargers drafted Teo earlier than I would have, and Allen went just a little later than I expected. Not too impressed by their draft.
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