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Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here… highlighting the big story line. Because there’s nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. It was said here, too, that life would be different in the playoffs when teams focus their defense and there would be no series, first round included, in which the Celts would cruise.
Eagles analyst ~BROZ is still rehabbing that broken leg suffered in a hockey game—but his NFL scouting reports are still among the best reads out there… Combine solid and creative writing skills with tons of game tape study, and you get a remarkable draft analyst named ~BROZ , who also in my opinion is right up there in football knowledge with guys like Tommy Lawlor, Jimmy Kempski, Fran Duffy, Greg Cosell and anyone else getting paid to cover the Eagles. While we wait for ~BROZ’ latest masterpiece analyses at Drafttek , I am savoring his work from the past week. The Tony Romo retirement factor opened up the likelihood of quarterbacks moving up in the draft and thereby knocking some quality prospects down closer to the Eagles’ scheduled draft position.
~BROZ says there’s a chance Williams and White fall to the Eagles
Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here… highlighting the big story line. Because there’s nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. The defending champion Cavaliers dropped into a tie with Boston atop the Eastern Conference
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Your Morning Dump… Where the Celtics are (again) Tied for 1st Place
GMs Carson and Pat fired off some emails, regarding their expectations for the season. Here are their thoughts.
I’ve spent a lot of time studying prospects to come up with my top 100 Saints board. This board is based on need, player talent, and scheme fit. You can save this and keep it for the draft if you’d like, though I’ll likely have some updates next month: Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M Jamal Adams, S, LSU Derek Barnett, DE, Tennessee Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State Solomon Thomas, DE, Stanford Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU Malik Hooker, S, Ohio State Taco Charlton, DE, Michigan Reuben Foster, LB, Alabama Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State Quincy Wilson, CB, Florida Gareon Conley, CB, Ohio State Haason Reddick, OLB, Temple Christian Mccaffrey, RB, Stanford Mitchell Trubisky, QB, UNC Tre’Davious White, CB, LSU John Ross, WR, Washington Jonathan Allen, DT, Alabama O
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Saints top 100 Draft Board version 1.0
Wish I could say I was thrilled the North Carolina Tar Heels triumphed over Gonzaga in the NCAA Men’s basketball final…but I was definitely rooting for the Zags. Here’s the deal with North Carolina— as good as their players were during the regular season and down the playoff stretch, there was the constant shadow of academic cheating clouding the entire program. I don’t blame the players for opting out on going to class or not writing their own term papers as long as the administration was covering for them
Garrett Downing of the Baltimore Ravens media team does a great job of keeping tabs on the dozens of mock drafts compiled by the paid “experts”. Now with only 20-plus days left to go before the Draft, here’s the high-profile pickers’ scoreboard on whom the Ravens might select at #16 overall as compiled by Downing. [My money is on Ozzie fooling them all by trading back to get an extra pick or two in round 2 or 3, but let’s assume for the sake of debate that the Ravens stay at #16…] Of the nine (9) professional pickers selected by Downing, here’s how the player choices stacked up: WR Corey Davis……………. 2 WR Mike Williams………… 2 WR John Ross………………. 2 OT Ryan Ramczyk……….. 1 OLB Derek Barnett………. 1 CB Marshon Lattimore…. 1 Here are the “pickers”: Mel Kiper, ESPN Posted March 22 OT Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin Senior, 6-foot-6, 314 pounds; 14 starts at left tackle “This is a strange year for offensive tackles – there are no top-five-type talents in this class.
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Ravens fans react to Garrett Downing’s Mock Draft Monitor…
I’ve been perplexed by the acquisition of Clay Buchholz since the move was announced. At first, I didn’t understand why the team would acquire someone coming off of such a bad season while the team had so many young arms that seem to be ready for the big leagues. Then, I could see how it might be valuable to have him eat some innings when you have Aaron Nola coming back from injuries and Vincent Velasquez not having pitched a full big league season yet
The Former Ace: The 2017 Player Preview for Clay Buchholz
The 2017 NFL draft is less than a month away. The first round takes place April 27 at Philadelphia.