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Isiah Spiller teaming with Ekeler is smart football...shit for fantasy football.
 

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And the Browns take a kicker, in the 4th...someone in the Cleveland front office went from genius to fn moron at some point just before the Watson deal
 
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And the Browns take a kicker, in the 4th...someone in the Cleveland front office went from genius to fn moron at some point just before the Warson deal
I rarely get excited about kickers but I love this. The Browns haven’t had a good kicker since Phil Dawson. They have lost so many games bc of their kicker over the years. A good kicker is something people dont often think about unless you have a bad one. A good kicker gives a nice, cozy feeling inside. I would be shocked if York doesn’t workout
 

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And the Hoodie strikes again..25 year old rookie RB sitting behind Harris and Stevenson, and James White...why???
A lot of headscratchers for BB in this one
 

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And the Hoodie strikes again..25 year old rookie RB sitting behind Harris and Stevenson, and James White...why???
I had really high hopes for Strong but that is not a good destination at all
 

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I rarely get excited about kickers but I love this. The Browns haven’t had a good kicker since Phil Dawson. They have lost so many games bc of their kicker over the years. A good kicker is something people dont often think about unless you have a bad one. A good kicker gives a nice, cozy feeling inside. I would be shocked if York doesn’t workout
Recent draft history on early kickers has been pretty bad. About the only one who worked out really well was Sebass..and he was a #1...which still makes me shake my head, but hey the Raiders dominated the AFC West for 5-6 years not long after, so whatever.

But, anyways, most good kickers can be had 6th-7th, UDFA...no need to reach in the 4th
 

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I had really high hopes for Strong but that is not a good destination at all
Same...best case they trade White to LVR to reunite with McDaniels (probably for a #1, cuz my Raiders are idiots), and Strong gets #3 duties, some light passing game work
 

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Recent draft history on early kickers has been pretty bad. About the only one who worked out really well was Sebass..and he was a #1...which still makes me shake my head, but hey the Raiders dominated the AFC West for 5-6 years not long after, so whatever.

But, anyways, most good kickers can be had 6th-7th, UDFA...no need to reach in the 4th
Ditto for the Ravens and their punter. Ironic as I was ecstatic about their entire draft yesterday

At any given moment any team can pick up the phone, call Marquette King, and have the best punter in football for the minimum. If they can stand the loudest voice in the lockeroom being the punter
 

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Recent draft history on early kickers has been pretty bad. About the only one who worked out really well was Sebass..and he was a #1...which still makes me shake my head, but hey the Raiders dominated the AFC West for 5-6 years not long after, so whatever.

But, anyways, most good kickers can be had 6th-7th, UDFA...no need to reach in the 4th
Mcpherson was drafted early 5th last year. They have the same kicker coach. I’m not sure he last till the 5th but certainly possible. One scout said York was the first kicker he had in his 150 in a very long time. We will see
 

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Ditto for the Ravens and their punter. Ironic as I was ecstatic about their entire draft yesterday

At any given moment any team can pick up the phone, call Marquette King, and have the best punter in football for the minimum. If they can stand the loudest voice in the lickeroom being the punter
Yeah he wasn’t even the best punter. Ariaza still there
 

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Romeo Doubs on the Packers has a shot of being better than Watson.
 

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Romeo Doubs on the Packers has a shot of being better than Watson.
Packers finally grabbing WR’s. Watson scares me but the talent is there. I agree, wouldn’t be surprised if Doubs is better at least at first
 

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Can't imagine Hassan Haskins being the eventually heir apparent to Henry, but at least when he's in, they won't have to adjust their style at all..just expect less in the results
 

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And F it..I guess I stand corrected 4th round is apparently en vogue for kickers
 

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And the Hoodie strikes again..25 year old rookie RB sitting behind Harris and Stevenson, and James White...why???
Was wondering if your head would explode on that one. Certainly affects the Stevenson love he was getting at the end of the season.
 

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Was wondering if your head would explode on that one. Certainly affects the Stevenson love he was getting at the end of the season.
I don't think it does. Strong was an interesting prospect, one I was hoping would end up on a team with a need so maybe he could quickly surprise someone, but the reality is, I'd be surprised if his game translates from Div2 to the NFL, and being 25, there's not a lot of room for him to be 'developed' , chances are he has peaked.
 

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Bills traded back a couple times yesterday, missed out on Dean. And we picked a LB five picks after Dean.
Now we have four picks in the 6th.

This confuses me, as quantity is not our need. Even if we package them to move up in the 5th, I don’t get it.
I think we missed a golden egg in the exact position that a one-year backup/heal up would have made a lot of sense.
 
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