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Discussion in 'Denver Broncos' started by Draft Crazy, Apr 27, 2019.

  1. Draft Crazy

    Draft Crazy Etienne Time!!

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    Good depth guy who can play both OL positions. Over drafted in rd 3 out of Florida but his versatility could be great for depth. I see him similar to Billy Turner.
     



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    meh.
     
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    Draft Crazy Etienne Time!!

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    Kind of but worth looking at
     
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    Well, these are the kinds of signings that we have to do. We need to keep adding rookies with promise and vets with potential. The line was shit for a long time. Our shitty O-Line has been holding us back more than our shitty QB's. In fact I'd say it has been our biggest consistent offensive weakness, even more than the QB position. Now we've got a real O-Line coach.
     
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    We also need to pay close attention to cuts. There is always a surprise vet or two that end up getting cut after the preseason. If they play on the line, we should be trying to bring them in.
     
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    If a veteran player has gas in his tank for more playing - Munchak will probably be a draw for this type player.
     
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    yep
     
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    Some guy just got cut from the Browns. Apparently he's kinda stupid and kinda lazy. But he plays Offensive Tackle, so...
     
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    If OT?
    Andrew Thomas Georgia
    Tristan Wirfs Iowa

    Would love EITHER of those guys, but I'm leaning to WR if the Broncos go offense.

    Jerry Jeudy
    Laviska Shenault
    Henry Ruggs
    Jalen Reagor
    Tee Higgins
    Ceedee Lamb

    I would love any of them.

    However, any sort of defensive player would be a get. The one position they don't need is round 1 edge (although the depth is a complete unknown)
     
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    Draft Crazy Etienne Time!!

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    That is a group of names that I love!
     
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    Lamb.
     
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    Two of my favorite #Broncos Draft Targets in 2020 making Bruce Feldman's 'Freak List'

    #21 overall: Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU Arguably the most underrated player in the Big 12, Reagor put up gaudy numbers in 2018 despite the shaky Horned Frogs QB situation — only the two Kansas schools had a lower QB rating in the Big 12. Still, Reagor hauled in 72 passes for 1061 yards and nine touchdowns. He led the conference in percentage of his team’s receptions at 30.1 (72-of-239). The 5-11, 195-pound junior clocked a blazing 4.29 40, and his power numbers are also impressive: a 620-pound squat, a 380-pound bench and a 380-pound clean.

    #27 overall: Laviska Shenault Jr, WR, Colorado About a year ago at this time, then-CU head coach Mike MacIntyre shared a secret about the guy he knew was gonna be the breakout player in the Pac-12 in 2018. He just didn’t want it out until after the season started. Boy, was he right. Shenault caught 11 passes for 211 yards and a TD in a win vs. Colorado State in the opener, and until a midseason foot injury, the big Texan was the most dominant player in the league.

    “He’s a total freak,” MacIntyre said of the 6-2, 225-pounder. MacIntyre said Shenault has great hands and was going to play every receiver position for Colorado while also lining up in the backfield, at Wildcat QB, just about everywhere you could imagine.

    “I’ve never had anything like him,” MacIntyre said. “He’s that good. I’m tellin’ ya. He’s ridiculous.”

    Even with him hobbled for much of the second half of the season, Shenault still caught 86 passes for 1,011 yards and six TDs and ran for 115 more yards and had five touchdowns on the ground.

    #MakeTheOffenseFunAgain
    #WideReceiver2020
     
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    CEH No one puts Paxy in a corner

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    Only Thompson selected in the 5th round of the supplement draft this year
     
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    Draft Crazy Etienne Time!!

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    Jerry Jeudy actually is but it is a great WR class and Laviska will battle him for sure. Jeudy could be the highest WR taken in awhile.
     
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    What do you think "positioned" means - Junior? LOL

    Laviska will make headlines and break some CU records, but he will not have the kind of season he had last year - when McIntrye decided to wear him out as the Buffalo he was going to ride to victory. I expect a lot of targets will go to the TEs, WRs, and RBs. However - Laviska is a faster JuJu Smith - IMO.
     
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    Jeudy is gonna have to fail 3 drug tests to be overtaken. Shoot your hopes for #2 WR.

    I love Henry Ruggs and Ceedee Lamb.
     
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    And as good as Jeudy is... Justyn Ross might be better
     
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    Yeah Ross and Wirfs will be elite!

    Ross should be top WR in 2021.

    To some guys that people aren’t aware of yet. Keep your eyes on Lenoir-Ryne DB Kyle Dugger and Cincinnati DB James Wiggins. Love these two under the radar prospects.