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  1. #1396
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    Quote Originally Posted by broncolee View Post
    6’2 and 281 lbs, not impressed. Too lite for NT and not tall enough for DE.

    I hope he’s as strong as an ox on steroids.
    But he has Oliver like penetrating tools and im betting if Oliver had been there he'd be on the team, so not a bad pick at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alaskajoe View Post
    So no Oliver. But i was right on the type of interior dt we needed. Not a unmovable mountain, but a penetrator that will pop a qb in the mouth from the middle. Hell yes on this pick
    But Denver is known for its beautiful nature and mountains. We need mountains on the line as well
    LETS GO GET EM BOYS

  3. #1398
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    Quote Originally Posted by lvbronx View Post
    Is it true that Demarcus Walker unfollowed the Broncos on Twitter after we drafted Dre'Mont Jones?
    Hope so. This kids first step will have everyone else on that line in his dust

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    Via rotoworld...

    Jones (6’3/281) made 37 starts across three seasons in Columbus, earning first-team All-B1G in 2018 and graduating with 22 career TFLs and ten sacks. Also a plus run stopper, Jones was PFF College’s No. 1-graded defensive tackle in the Big Ten last season, leading the conference in QB pressures (52) by an interior lineman. (The next-closest DT had 29.) Jones is light in the pants for a three-down NFL player, however, and disappointingly tested as a 25th-percentile athlete in Indy. Ultimately, Jones best projects as a gap-shooting specialist in the Tom Johnson mold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theMileHighGuy View Post
    Someone tell me some good things about Jones.
    Jones is one of the better pash rushing interior linemen in this draft. He performed well while Bosa was out. He should only add to an already strong pass rush in Denver.

    He’s not so solid against the run but Fangio can change that.
    Anyway he is a pass rusher and this pick has John Elway written all over it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post
    I’m sorry but it was not a leak, I literally made a guess.

    Just saying because you said leak
    And I said that he quoted the wrong post.

    Your post is #1356. He probably meant to quote #1359.

    I read and saw what was happening. I know you didn't leak anything.
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  7. #1402
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alaskajoe View Post
    But he has Oliver like penetrating tools and im betting if Oliver had been there he'd be on the team, so not a bad pick at this point.
    Jones will give us that inside penetration up the middle thst we’ve lacked since Malik Jackson.

    He’ll force QBs to the outside to Von and Chubb.

    This IMO is a very solid if not spectacular pick!

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    Jones was projected to go in the 35-50 range. Solid value where the Broncos got him.

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    Still a lot of talent left. Riley Ridley (best route runner), Hakeem Butler, Miles Boykin, Julian Love, Chauncey Gardner-Johnson (similar to Kareem Jackson), Mack Wilson, Bobby Okereke (the LB we’re probably targeting)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post
    Jones will give us that inside penetration up the middle thst we’ve lacked since Malik Jackson.

    He’ll force QBs to the outside to Von and Chubb.

    This IMO is a very solid if not spectacular pick!
    I don't like it. There are better prospects still there that better fit the scheme. This is Demarcus Walker 2.0. Doesn't work. On the heels of giving in and drafting a project QB with good arm strength, horrible footwork, and questionable accuracy these last two picks have taken a downturn for me. Drew Lock is not even as good as Josh Rosen. Excited by the first two picks though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humberg View Post
    I don't like it. There are better prospects still there that better fit the scheme. This is Demarcus Walker 2.0. Doesn't work. On the heels of giving in and drafting a project QB with good arm strength, horrible footwork, and questionable accuracy these last two picks have taken a downturn for me. Drew Lock is not even as good as Josh Rosen. Excited by the first two picks though.
    He won't be starting right away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiz View Post
    Via rotoworld...

    Jones (6’3/281) made 37 starts across three seasons in Columbus, earning first-team All-B1G in 2018 and graduating with 22 career TFLs and ten sacks. Also a plus run stopper, Jones was PFF College’s No. 1-graded defensive tackle in the Big Ten last season, leading the conference in QB pressures (52) by an interior lineman. (The next-closest DT had 29.) Jones is light in the pants for a three-down NFL player, however, and disappointingly tested as a 25th-percentile athlete in Indy. Ultimately, Jones best projects as a gap-shooting specialist in the Tom Johnson mold.
    HAHA!!?? WHAT!?

    He's light in the pants? Someone was just ROLLING when they wrote that. C'mon man!!!

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    Dre'montes measurables are inconsistent site to site, some have him listed as heavy as 295 lb. Maybe he is a little bigger than he was listed at the draft?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MHS View Post
    Broncos have been missing interior pressure since Malik left... so happy Denver trying to get some pass rush inside
    Anybody remember how big Malik Jackson was when he played NT for us?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humberg View Post
    I don't like it. There are better prospects still there that better fit the scheme. This is Demarcus Walker 2.0. Doesn't work. On the heels of giving in and drafting a project QB with good arm strength, horrible footwork, and questionable accuracy these last two picks have taken a downturn for me. Drew Lock is not even as good as Josh Rosen. Excited by the first two picks though.
    I’d place Jones on a whole other level than Walker but that’s my opinion.

    Don’t be disappointed, you’ve gotta give these picks time to develop and I think they’ll develop into great players for us.

    Denver needed interior pass rush and hopefully now they’ve got it and he’ll have plenty of help from S Harris and Bradley Chubb playing next to him.
    If Ed Oliver were on the board at 10 I think he’d be a bronco however we most likely would not have Risner but now we’ve got both Risner and Fant!

    Lock will develop in time and Dre’mont Jones will develop sooner with Fangios guidance!

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