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  • Prospect Corner (NFL Draft 21)


    Jamie Newman

    Position: Quarterback

    School: Georgia

    HT/WT: 6’4 230lbs


    Career Statistics

    2019: 220-361. 2,868 yards. 26 TD. 11 INT (Wake Forest)

    2018: 84-141. 1,083 yards. 9 TD. 4 INT (Wake Forest)


    *Great size

    *Moves feet well in pocket

    *Strong arm

    *Great field vision

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    Never out of the fight!…Go Blue! 🏈💙🔵(Mixed media on paper-commissions open) 🏈💙

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    El Draft 2020 de Titans fue otra oportunidad para que el GM Jon Robinson demostrara su habilidad de evaluación. Llenó huecos importantes del equipo maximizando el valor de cada selección.

    El grupo de novatos incluyó a un RT para el futuro, el reemplazo directo del CB Logan Ryan y un excelente complemento al RB Derrick Henry.

    Estas fueron las seis selecciones de Titans en el Draft 2020.

    Pick 29: OT Isaiah Wilson (Georgia)

    6’6”, 350 lbs

    El refuerzo principal en la línea ofensiva. Sin duda es la selección más controversial del Draft de Titans.

    Fue elegido por su estilo enfocado en poder y dominio sobre rivales. “Disfruto romper la voluntad de otro hombre”, dijo Wilson tras ser seleccionado. El pick hace todo el sentido del mundo por el esquema de ataque terrestre por zona, misma que Isaiah Wilson aprovechó en Georgia.

    Aunque el RT Dennis Kelly será probable titular en 2020, no me sorprendería que Wilson le ganara el puesto durante la temporada.

    Calificación: B+

    Pick 61: CB Kristian Fulton (LSU)

    6’0”, 197 lbs

    El mejor pick en la posición más necesaria. El CB Kristian Fulton, proyectado en primera ronda, duró hasta el pick 61 de la segunda ronda.

    Fulton sumó 14 pases bloqueados y una intercepción en 2019 además de acabar como campeón nacional. Su rendimiento contra algunos de los mejores WR de este Draft como Henry Ruggs III, Jerry Jeudy y Tee Higgins – tres recepciones, 39 yardas, 0 touchdowns y tres pases bloqueados en 11 targets combinados – hablan de su calidad.

    Tennessee se hace de los servicios de uno de los mejores cornerbacks en cobertura de todo el Draft, Fulton puede jugar en el slot o en los costados de la secundaria. Apunta a titular inmediato junto a Adoree’ Jackson y Malcolm Butler.

    Calificación: A+

    Pick 93: RB Darrynton Evans (Appalachian State)

    5’10”, 203 lbs

    El complemento perfecto para el ataque terrestre. Esta es la selección más infravalorada del Draft titán ya que Evans no era tan conocido como otros RBs este año.

    Ees muy veloz, tal como demostró en el Scouting Combine con el segundo mejor tiempo en el sprint de 40 yardas (4.41s). Se convertirá en la opción de terceros downs, faceta en la que el RB Dion Lewis brilló por no identificar blitzes ni generar jugadas explosivas como receptor desde el backfield. Estos problemas afectaron a la ofensiva de Titans en 2019. Deben quedar resueltos con el nuevo complemento a Derrick Henry.

    Calificación: B+

    Pick 174: DT Larrell Murchison (North Carolina State)

    6’2”, 297 lbs

    Profundidad para el roster. Murchison no es el tackle defensivo más grande, pero lo compensa con manos rápidas y condiciones atléticas. Registró 48 tacleadas, 12 tacleadas para perdida y siete capturas en su última temporada colegial.

    Calificación: B

    Pick 224: QB Cole McDonald (Hawaii)

    6’3”, 215 lbs

    Nuevo QB de Hawaii para Titans, solo que ahora llega en séptima en lugar de primera ronda. La nostalgia por Marcus Mariota durará un rato más en Nashville. Lanzó más de 40 TDs en cada una de sus últimas dos temporadas. Tiene timing, toque, movilidad y velocidad. También tiene un problema con balones sueltos (12 en total). Acabó dos veces en banca por su rendimiento irregular.

    McDonald necesita desarrollar bastante su juego, pero si lo logra podrá desplazar a Logan Woodside como suplente de Ryan Tannehill.

    Calificación: C+

    Pick 243: S Cris Jackson (Marshall)

    6’0”, 186 lbs

    Jackson es muy versátil. Puede jugar de safety, cornerback y equipos especiales. También es el líder histórico de Marshall en pases bloqueados (45).

    Calificación: C+

    Conclusión

    Los aficionados deben estar satisfechos con el Draft 2020 que concretó Jon Robinson. Sumó jóvenes con mucho potencial, la fórmula que ha funcionado en Tennessee desde que llegó en 2016. La gerencia además obtuvo un pick adicional para el Draft 2021 tras vender una séptima ronda por una sexta ronda de Chiefs.

    Titans tiene un roster balanceado y profundo. El presente – y futuro – es prometedor.

    Calificación global: B+

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  • Repost @trackbaby001
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    Got some work in with @topshelf.fit yesterday, working on my bubble route and cutting. I still have a longgg way to go and a lot of bad habits to break but i will get there . Thank you @crema_de_leche2 for always making me work !

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  • NFL draft analyst be like #comedy #parody #nfldraft #nfl #sf #espn #draft #football (at San Francisco, California)
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  • The 32 NFL teams drafted like they hate Fantasy Football owners. The first ever virtual draft should actually only be remembered as the Value Massacre of 2020. Nothing captures the kick in the crotch more than the very deep running back class proving more panic than hope for those at the top of their drafts.

    Matthew Berry put out his Love/Hate List for the post-draft, which is of course always great material to check out as he is the God of Fantasy Football. At this point it would be pretty safe to say you know how much your team has cratered because of the draft. In fact, the way the draft went has clearly altered strategies in our Dynasty League.

    Right now the clear number one draft pick for rookie drafts is CEH. Shocker, the very first back that went to the most potent offense should be the top pick in the rookie draft. The way it normally goes in our league is the top tier of backs are drafted, then the top WR crop and then crap hits the fan. However, after pick one it’s a bit up in the air and that has caused top teams to look to punch out of the top of the draft.

    Pick number three has been already traded and is on the block again, pick number one is on the block and post-draft has led to a lot more chatter in the group thread as teams are definitely not as happy about things as they were last week. Don’t get me wrong, as the pick number two owner I was expecting to get an impact back to help me compete for my first playoff spot in 2020 and things are up in the air.

    However, if you find yourself at the end of the first round or early second I would be pretty excited because the uncertainties of the running back position means they’re inevitably going to slide. In my Dynasty League once there start to be questions about running backs they slide, Derrius Guice fell to the end of the first round because of his injury. While normally you wouldn’t expect to get a solid RB if you’re picking outside of the top five-ish, this year you may get someone you have to wait on but solid nonetheless.

    ESPN’s rookie rankings have J. K. Dobbins #11, Cam Akers #12, Zack Moss #17 and Ke'Shawn Vaugh #19. In a 12 team draft like ours those are some solid RBs that COULD be available in round two. While the top of the first round may be bailing out that may be reason to be aggressive in moving up to those picks because of the post-draft value massacre.

    I made a trade for Noah Fant which cost me two 2nd round picks so I have four 3rd round picks (30, 31, 33 and 36). Projected at those picks are Jordan Love (pass at this point with Wentz and Jackson), Tyler Johnson at Tampa (pass because of where the Tampa receiving depth chart is), La'Mical Perine for the Jets (could be interesting with his speed) and Joshua Kelly for the Chargers (who I think is interesting with Melvin Gordon leaving town). In that area as well is WR Antonio Gandy-Golden who went to a depleted Washington depth chart and has been talked about to potentially be this year’s Scary Terry and TE Adam Trautman who would be a very interesting long term TE with the Saints.

    Look no further at what the value massacre has done to alter strategies then one of the bottom teams in the league. The original owner of third overall pick traded that, a 2nd this year, a 1st and 2nd in 2021 as he has gone all in to try and trade his way to contention. Now, the first thought may be that’s not smart as you should use those premiere picks to try and slowly build a young core but that hasn’t exactly worked out.

    There have really only be two teams that have hit on enough young players to dig themselves out of the bottom and one is because he got Dalvin Cook and Saquon Barkley along with a shrewd pick up of Darren Waller before cuts last season. The other team took a major hit since he owns Phillip Lindsay, Devin Singeltary, Royce Freeman and Marlon Mack. That’s the Value Massacre of 2020.

    The bottom team traded for Kenyan Drake, James Connor, Matt Brieda and Deshaun Watson to go with Courtland Sutton, A.J. Brown, Will Fuller, N'Keal Harry and Mark Andrews. He still has what should be an early 2nd in 2021, but he has firmly put himself in conetntion for a playoff spot. In the league riddled with the uncertainty, and now the draft, it’s a bold strategy but a direction. What has put teams in tough spots has been not choosing a direction. The team that took a hit on all their running backs has avoided big trades and now will be in a tough spot without a trade.

    One team traded away James Connor for a future first and Guice but then flipped another 1st for Leveon Bell. Is that competiting or retooling? There are plenty of teams that will sit still, be relatively competitive but  not move up the ladder and this year’s value massacre will highlight again those so make sure you pick a direction and stick with it.

    Conventional thinking is you can build a young core through draft picks, but it doesn’t necessarily work that way. One of the best teams in the league has had great luck picking at the end of the 1st round getting Corey Brown, Mike Williams, Derrius Guice and other’s, but has ended flipping them as they haven’t panned out. While you hope you can get contributing young players, this year especially, ought to make the though process simple; young players are assets just like draft picks.

    While the bottom team trying to buy his roster may give you initial pause the strategy may actually be the way to go. Get young proven players, still a gamble, and bite the bullet for a few drafts to get in to contention so that you don’t have to depend on those draft picks as much. Most importantly, standing pat isn’t the way you win a championship.

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  • What is your favorite memory of #JakePlummer as a Sun Devil or Pro?
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    Interesting fact: Plummer was the #PT42’nd pick of the 1997 #NFLDraft (@azcardinals). #ForksUp
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  • DUUUUUDE….THE INTERNET IS BRUTAL!!!! 🤣😭😂😭🤣 #NFLDRAFT #NFLDRAFT2020
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  • Shannon never disappoints. CeeDee Lamb already about to have some marketing deals. His Mom knew what was going on. 😂😂 #dallascowboys #nfldraft #nfl #CowboysNation #ceedeelamb #undisputed
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  • Reposted from (hollywoodunlocked)
    #PressPlay: Who else thinks #IsaiahWilson’s mom should have been the No. 1 pick of the NFL draft after tossing his girlfriend to the side? 😩😂😂😂😂👇🏾 via: (nfldraft) - #nfl #nfldraft #mom #moms #motherslove #draft #getup #vibes #girlfriends #boyfriends #thecrew #smh #lmao😂😂😂 #icymi #crazy (at Brunswick, Georgia)
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