Pats Seem to be Focusing on a QB

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Does it really? Philly philosophy drafted a WR in the top 10 & also traded a 1st for a WR in very recent memory.

Hell, Mailata, Vaitai, & Peters have been their last 3 mid-to-long term LTs & none of those dudes were drafted in the first round.

Lane Johnson was drafted in the first round over a decade ago.
Could mean the Philly philosophy of building through the draft and developing your own players.
Of course, that could apply to a wr as well
 

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Could mean the Philly philosophy of building through the draft and developing your own players.
Of course, that could apply to a wr as well
I know what it meant. That doesn’t mean go back-to-back OTs with top 10 picks considering Philly didn’t even do that.
 

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I know what it meant. That doesn’t mean go back-to-back OTs with top 10 picks considering Philly didn’t even do that.

You draft the best player or move around maximizing your value.

My best players for us in this draft are:

Harrison Jr


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Nabors
Fashanu
Odunze


Any of these I am good with especially if its a trade back for the second group
 

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You draft the best player or move around maximizing your value.

My best players for us in this draft are:

Harrison Jr


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Nabors
Fashanu
Odunze


Any of these I am good with especially if its a trade back for the second group
The Cardinals should and will follow their board. We have zero knowledge of what that is.

Since we are all guessing, I could see CB, WR, Edge first 3 picks. Have zero clue as to the order.
 

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The Cardinals should and will follow their board. We have zero knowledge of what that is.

Since we are all guessing, I could see CB, WR, Edge first 3 picks. Have zero clue as to the order.

My guess is this:

Pick 1: Harrison or Nabors
Pick 2: Guyton, Fautanu, or Barton
Pick 3: Sweat or Taylor

That is where I see the best value in those areas.
 

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My guess is this:

Pick 1: Harrison or Nabors
Pick 2: Guyton, Fautanu, or Barton
Pick 3: Sweat or Taylor

That is where I see the best value in those areas.
I think if you want a 3rd round DT, Dewayne Carter is your guy, but he might even go early round two.

He's riding after a good showing at the Senior Bowl and is a smart player.

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what are you hearing about Mims?? I was hoping with his injury last season and limited playing time that he would slip to 27 or even 35... but I keep seeing him mocked in the top 20

what are you hearing about Mims?? I was hoping with his injury last season and limited playing time that he would slip to 27 or even 35... but I keep seeing him mocked in the top 20
Likely in the top 5 OTs. Great physical traits. He needs to polish his technique, but has a chance to be a Pro Bowl candidate. He’s probably best starting at RT. Some question his football instincts for the subtleties of the position.
 
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