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Little bit different mock

Postby mdb1958 » Sat Mar 11, 2017 6:01 am

I made two trades and ended up with 3 extra picks, I went from 19 to 27 and got 91 and 104 from KC. Then I traded down again from 27 to 32 for pick 103 from the Saints. Fill it in with who we picked, I'm curious to see how we think with these slots. I was working off of CBS prospect list and Draftteks of course is different.

For the record this could be a how we pick real soon mock...


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Re: Little bit different mock

Postby Cheb » Sat Mar 11, 2017 10:17 am

I have always loved the idea of trading down and getting as many second and third rounder as possible.

However, would we carry 10 rookies on the final 53? How many of them would see significant playing time, maybe six? If so, wouldn't it be wiser to just get the six best instead of inevitably releasing four of them?

These types of situations are too unrealistic. The Browns this year are an exception to that.
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Re: Little bit different mock

Postby real bucs fan » Sat Mar 11, 2017 10:26 am

RB, Alvin Kamara
TE,Evan Engram
OL, Dion Dawkins
WR, Isaiah Ford
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Re: Little bit different mock

Postby Bootz2004 » Sat Mar 11, 2017 12:27 pm

Cheb wrote:I have always loved the idea of trading down and getting as many second and third rounder as possible.

However, would we carry 10 rookies on the final 53? How many of them would see significant playing time, maybe six? If so, wouldn't it be wiser to just get the six best instead of inevitably releasing four of them?

These types of situations are too unrealistic. The Browns this year are an exception to that.


Quality over quantity
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Re: Little bit different mock

Postby Alpha » Sun Mar 12, 2017 10:11 pm

Cheb wrote:I have always loved the idea of trading down and getting as many second and third rounder as possible.

However, would we carry 10 rookies on the final 53? How many of them would see significant playing time, maybe six? If so, wouldn't it be wiser to just get the six best instead of inevitably releasing four of them?

These types of situations are too unrealistic. The Browns this year are an exception to that.


Completely agree.

In theory, I like where MDB's head is at...but the fact is that this team is "too good" to carry that many rookies...or HALF of them.



Now...if you're talking FUTURE picks....
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Re: Little bit different mock

Postby Doctor » Sun Mar 12, 2017 10:33 pm

Bootz2004 wrote:
Cheb wrote:I have always loved the idea of trading down and getting as many second and third rounder as possible.

However, would we carry 10 rookies on the final 53? How many of them would see significant playing time, maybe six? If so, wouldn't it be wiser to just get the six best instead of inevitably releasing four of them?

These types of situations are too unrealistic. The Browns this year are an exception to that.


Quality over quantity

Problem is quality is impossible to predict. Despite all this scouting bullshit, draft is 90% luck. So the more times you get to role the dice, the better. If course not all dice rolls are equal. Higher rounds roll better.
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Re: Little bit different mock

Postby terrytate » Sun Mar 12, 2017 10:45 pm

Cheb wrote:I have always loved the idea of trading down and getting as many second and third rounder as possible.

However, would we carry 10 rookies on the final 53? How many of them would see significant playing time, maybe six? If so, wouldn't it be wiser to just get the six best instead of inevitably releasing four of them?

These types of situations are too unrealistic. The Browns this year are an exception to that.



IMO it depends on the draft. Some years the early rounds have relatively few players with taking that high. This is a year I'd kill to have a number of picks in the first three rounds. We could easily grab guys who would start for us in the third and 4th rounds. While our roster doesn't have any massive holes like in recent years, there are still plenty of spots that could easily be upgraded.
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