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  • #16
    4.9 for McDowell at 290, that will work.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by ERoyal248 View Post
      4.9 for McDowell at 290, that will work.
      Everything I hear about the guy is that he is a major boom or bust guy.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by FlowdaBroncoFan View Post
        Everything I hear about the guy is that he is a major boom or bust guy.
        Exactly. And if we want to take a risk let's not do it in the 1st
        I need more Oline, please and thank you

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Alaskajoe View Post
          Exactly. And if we want to take a risk let's not do it in the 1st
          Daniel Jeremiah just said he has amazing tape against some teams and a lot of tape where he is very disinterested and teams are turned off by his lack of interest.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by Alaskajoe View Post
            Assuming that free agency handles the oline situation, I will also assume that QBs will be pushed higher than they should go in to the middle of the 1st, leaving at least one or 2 players that shouldn't fall to us, fall to us. I'm thinking o.j. Howard might be that guy. Or if Bolles does make it to us. McCaffrey is so tempting but I just can't see using the 1st on him. If we were drafting 28-32 like usual then sure. But not at 20......and to completely muddle my answer....if a top 2-3 dB falls.....then ah hell, all bets are off
            It is possible O.J. Howard might drop to #20, or if Elway thinks he's the guy maybe move up a few spots if he drops part way.

            Garrett Bolles, of course, is an O-Lineman and should be available at #20 perhaps along with Cam Robinson.

            Some boards have Marlon Humphrey rated as the third CB after Lattimore and Tabor. Humphrey might be there at #20, or Tabor might slip.

            Christian McCaffrey may be there and it will be interesting to see if Denver takes him. Either way, it will start an argument.
            "Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes." ~ Publilius Syrus

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            • #21
              Originally posted by samparnell View Post
              It is possible O.J. Howard might drop to #20, or if Elway thinks he's the guy maybe move up a few spots if he drops part way.

              Garrett Bolles, of course, is an O-Lineman and should be available at #20 perhaps along with Cam Robinson.

              Some boards have Marlon Humphrey rated as the third CB after Lattimore and Tabor. Humphrey might be there at #20, or Tabor might slip.

              Christian McCaffrey may be there and it will be interesting to see if Denver takes him. Either way, it will start an argument.
              It's crazy how many different directions we can go in this draft. We could take almost any position on the FB field other than maybe S.
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              • #22
                Originally posted by FlowdaBroncoFan View Post
                It's crazy how many different directions we can go in this draft. We could take almost any position on the FB field other than maybe S.
                The picture will gain focus after free agency acquisitions. I'm expecting a vet O-Lineman or two which is the premise of this thread. Even if O-Line is addressed in free agency, that would not preclude drafting one at #20, perhaps Cam Robinson if they go that direction.

                The Backer class doesn't seem very deep in this draft. I really think Denver needs a good prospect at Inside Backer. In order to do that, it seems they need to draft one by #108 (3rd comp) at the latest, probably earlier. On the other hand, Denver's scouts have had success in the past finding Backers in later rounds.

                Offensive Tackle, Defensive Tackle, RB, Corner, WR and Backer are all possibilities at #20 it seems.
                "Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes." ~ Publilius Syrus

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by samparnell View Post
                  The picture will gain focus after free agency acquisitions. I'm expecting a vet O-Lineman or two which is the premise of this thread. Even if O-Line is addressed in free agency, that would not preclude drafting one at #20, perhaps Cam Robinson if they go that direction.

                  The Backer class doesn't seem very deep in this draft. I really think Denver needs a good prospect at Inside Backer. In order to do that, it seems they need to draft one by #108 (3rd comp) at the latest, probably earlier. On the other hand, Denver's scouts have had success in the past finding Backers in later rounds.

                  Offensive Tackle, Defensive Tackle, RB, Corner, WR and Backer are all possibilities at #20 it seems.
                  Totally agree, but the ILBs might even be gone by our original 3rd. I think Walker may be the last fringe starting ILB in the draft. He should be gone by our original 3rd.
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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by FlowdaBroncoFan View Post
                    Totally agree, but the ILBs might even be gone by our original 3rd. I think Walker may be the last fringe starting ILB in the draft. He should be gone by our original 3rd.
                    Denver has had success with Inside Backers. Because of the one-gap run D, college Outside Backers seem well suited to the system.

                    Guys in this draft who might fit: Reuben Foster, Zach Cunningham, Haason Reddick, Jarrad Davis, Duke Riley and Anthony Walker, Jr. as you say.

                    Walker might be there in the third. Maybe Denver has some other guys identified in later rounds, but I think they need to get an Inside Backer by the third just to be sure.
                    "Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes." ~ Publilius Syrus

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                    • #25
                      You wonder if that incident at the combine -- being sent home -- along with the questionable concussion history might be enough of a red flag to watch Foster Fall (like Rey did).

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                      • #26
                        Foster isnt falling, he didnt do anything that absurd. Lowest i can see him going is 11. As high as 2, its a non-issue.

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                        • #27
                          We need a stud ILB. I got Foster ,Cunnningham, then Walker as my favorites. Cunningham would be a great pick at 20. If not I'd be happy with Walker in the 3rd. We have ignored the ILB spot for too many years it's time to finally get a good one.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Montoya View Post
                            We need a stud ILB. I got Foster ,Cunnningham, then Walker as my favorites. Cunningham would be a great pick at 20. If not I'd be happy with Walker in the 3rd. We have ignored the ILB spot for too many years it's time to finally get a good one.
                            I am hoping for Jarrad Davis.

                            The more I think about it I also want John Ross. I know we don't have a huge need for WR, but man he is impressive. If he is there at 20 I would definitely take him. He would change the game for us on offense. He would have to have safety help over the top giving DT, Sanders, and our RBs breathing room.
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