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2020 NFL Draft: Day Two Mock Draft

Brady Podloski | April 24th, 2020  

With the first round of the NFL draft complete, we look forward to the second and third rounds because its the only sporting event still going on in the world!! The second night of the NFL draft starts at 7pm EST.

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Mason’s 2020 NFL Mock Draft 4.0 (Round Two)

Mason Thompson | April 22nd, 2020

After Thursday there are bound to be some talented players still on the board available for teams to pick on Friday at the start of the second round. My first round of this mock draft had six trades which dropped some talented players down the draft board. Let’s get started with round two.

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Gio’s NFL Mock Draft 6.0 (Seven-Round): Part Three

Givanni Damico | April 21st, 2020  

Welcome back to the final day of my seven-round mock draft! It’s day three and teams still have some holes to fill. A lot of guys taken in these next four rounds may have to fight for starting spots or even spots on a team, but a lot of them will end up making an impact at the next level. Let’s get into it.

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Mason’s 2020 NFL Mock Draft 4.0 (Round One)

Mason Thompson | April 21st, 2020

It’s finally draft week. All of the film that everyone has watched culminates this weekend. The draft will look more different than ever before as we will be watching Roger Goodell announce the first-round picks from his basement on Thursday night. This is my final two-round mock, which includes six trades in the first round. There are plenty of surprises along the way, and I feel this is realistic, yet it also consists of a lot of the craziness that comes with the draft each year. Let’s get into it, starting with the Bengals selection. Continue reading

Gio’s NFL Mock Draft 6.0 (Seven-Round): Part Two

Givanni Damico | April 20th, 2020

Welcome back to day two of my seven-round mock draft. Most of the readers were pleased with who I gave them in round one, so we’ll see if that continues in the next two rounds. There are a ton of impact players still on the board due to this class’s depth. Let’s get into it.

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Gio’s NFL Mock Draft 6.0 (Seven-Round): Part One

Givanni Damico | April 19th, 2020

Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the article that will get every fanbase grabbing their pitchforks and torches and chasing me out of the country. It’s time for my final mock draft of the year. This will be a seven-round mock draft with some trades. Just to clarify, I did not make moves in rounds three and on because on day two and three of the draft, so many teams make minor moves that I did not include. I will also be releasing this in three parts over the next three days. Alright, let’s get into it.

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New Orleans Saints Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Dale Money | April 18th, 2020

After suffering another early playoff exit at the hands of the Minnesota Vikings, the New Orleans Saints decided to still put their faith into Drew Brees this offseason. Brees will stick around for at least two more years at a cost of $50 million dollars, making him the 12th highest paid quarterback. In deciding to take a discount, Brees will be doing the Saints an enormous favor as far as cap space is concerned, with running back Alvin Kamara looking for a new deal after the 2020 season.

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Cleveland Browns Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Daniel Corrigan | April 17th, 2020

The Browns entered free agency in dire need of offensive line help. They were able to fill that when they signed Jack Conklin to a three-year deal worth $42 million. And although as the 2020 NFL Draft approaches, Joe Burrow, the likely no. 1 pick, has opened as the heavy favorite according to Sports Betting Dime to win 2020 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, the Browns will look to improve their team even further in hopes of a playoff berth.

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Houston Texans Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Barry Livingstone | April 16th, 2020  

The Houston Texans’ season came to an abrupt end after giving up a massive lead to the eventual Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs. The Texans were exposed for not having enough depth on defense nor top-end talent to match up with the Chiefs blazing-fast offense.

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Carolina Panthers Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Ethan Hewett | April 16th, 2020

The Carolina Panthers have entered a new era of football. They cleaned out the coaching staff and brought in former Baylor Bears Head Coach Matt Rhule to lead the Panthers into the next decade of football. With a new offensive-minded coach, the offseason consisted of getting pieces around running back Christian McCaffrey, whom the Panthers just gave a four-year, $64 million dollar contract. They started by giving quarterback Teddy Bridgewater a three-year, $63 million contract and also brought in former XFL star quarterback P.J. Walker. The Panthers also added receivers Robby Anderson and Seth Roberts.

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Seattle Seahawks Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Brandon Braasch | April 16th, 2020

The Seahawks had some holes to fill this offseason. They didn’t make any splashy moves but were able to get some quality players. They lost offensive tackles George Fant and Germain Ifedi. To fill those holes the signed Cedric Ogbuehi and Brandon Shell. They also signed offensive lineman Chance Warmack and B.J. Finney. They will still need some more offensive lineman and I’ll address that in this mock draft.

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2020 NFL Mock Draft: Quarantine Edition (Round Two)

The Scorcrow NFL Draft Team | April 16th, 2020  

The 2020 NFL draft is a week away and it will be a draft like we’ve never seen before. No live events, teams unable to have a war room, and commissioner Rodger Goodell will be announcing the first round of the draft from his basement; all of this is because of COVID-19. Now hopefully, everyone is staying home and staying safe, but being under quarantine can drive a man (or six) bored out of his mind. So with extra time on our hands, six of our NFL draft experts (Mike Fanelli, Givanni Damico, Zach Gotlieb, Mason Thompson, Connor Neal, Brady Podloski) bring you a two-round mock draft.

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2020 NFL Mock Draft: Quarantine Edition (Round One)

The Scorcrow NFL Draft Team | April 15th, 2020  

The 2020 NFL draft is a week away and it will be a draft like we’ve never seen before. No live events, teams unable to have a war room, and commissioner Rodger Goodell will be announcing the first round of the draft from his basement; all of this is because of COVID-19. Now hopefully, everyone is staying home and staying safe, but being under quarantine can drive a man (or six) bored out of his mind. So with extra time on our hands, six of our NFL draft experts (Mike Fanelli, Givanni Damico, Zach Gotlieb, Mason Thompson, Connor Neal, Brady Podloski) bring you a two-round mock draft.

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Pittsburgh Steelers Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Zach Gotlieb | April 15th, 2020

A less than ideal season starting with the drama with Antonio Brown to finishing without Ben Roethlisberger and out of the playoffs makes this offseason and draft particularly important. Even though they’ve been cap-strapped, signings like Stefen Wisniewski and Eric Ebron have helped address needs with veteran players. They only have six picks in this draft, which means they have to make every one count if they want to retool in hopes of keeping up with the Baltimore Ravens next year.

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Miami Dolphins Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Brady Podloski | April 14th, 2020

The Miami Dolphins finished the season off strong, which was a result of the team’s head coach Brian Flores. Going forward, this team made significant signings to speed up the rebuilding window. Notably, the team made considerable signings with Ereck Flowers, Shaq Lawson, Emmanuel Ogbah, Jordan Howard, Kyle Van Noy, and Byron Jones. This team has completely shifted its defense, by adding short term players to high impact positions such as edge, corner, and linebacker.

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Indianapolis Colts Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Byron Jewell | April 14th, 2020

Colts general manager Chris Ballard has made a series of moves and signing he normally doesn’t make this offseason. He addressed one of the biggest needs on the roster after trading their first-round pick for Pro Bowl defensive lineman DeForest Buckner. He also decided it was time to take the keys of the offense away from Jacoby Brissett and give them to Philip Rivers after they signed the veteran quarterback to a one-year deal. The team also decided to release Pierre Desir and replace him with long time Vikings’ cornerback Xavier Rhodes. All in all, the Colts have addressed a lot of their needs during the free agency period. Now, they shift their focus to the NFL Draft where they have seven total picks, after trading their first-round selection.

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Atlanta Falcons Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Brandon Braasch | April 12th, 2020

The Atlanta Falcons made some good quality moves in free agency. Especially, considering they were limited on money but still made the most of it. They lost Austin Hooper, Vic Beasley and cut Devonta Freeman. They added Dante Fowler Jr. to replace Beasley, signed former XFL tight end Khari Lee, traded for Hayden Hurst to replace Hooper, and signed Todd Gurley to replace Freeman.

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Tennessee Titans Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Mike Fanelli | April 11th, 2020

The Tennessee Titans were very active in free agency this offseason. They first came to a long term deal with Ryan Tannehill which allowed them to place the franchise tag on Derrick Henry. Jack Conklin signed with the Cleveland Browns but the Titans quickly re-signed top back up offensive tackle Dennis Kelly, who will take over as the starting right tackle, replacing Conklin.

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Philadelphia Eagles Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Alex Kielar | April 11th, 2020

The Philadelphia Eagles focused on improving their defense, especially their secondary, in free agency. The Eagles did just that and had one of the most productive free agency periods in the league. They brought in defensive backs Nickell Robey-Coleman ($1.35 million) and Will Parks ($1.5 million) on one-year deals and traded for Darius Slay with third and fifth-round picks. With just one year left on Slay’s contract, they gave him a three-year extension worth $50 million. They also brought back Rodney McLeod on a two-year deal and Jalen Mills for one more year. With the Eagles letting starting safety Malcolm Jenkins walk, the re-signing of McLeod and Mills was very important. They have eight picks which they will use to fill various needs they still have on both sides of the ball.

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New York Jets Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Brady Podloski | April 10th, 2020

The New York Jets made substantial additionals in free agency. They have completely redesigned their offensive line, adding the four new starters in Alex Lewis, Greg Van Roten, Connor McGovern, and George Fant while adding depth with interior offensive lineman Josh Andrews. Other notable additions include Breshad Perriman, Patrick Onwuasor, Brian Poole, and Pierre Desir. The free agency period has primarily filled the outstanding needs the team had, mostly being the offensive line. With the departure of Robby Anderson, signing Perriman fills the deep threat role. However, there is still a need for a reliable and dangerous wide receiver. As well, there has been a perennial need at the edge position, but there isn’t the depth in the edge class to fill the need.

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Los Angeles Chargers Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Sam Schneider | April 10th, 2020

The Los Angeles Chargers started off free agency with a bang, establishing a defense and couple offensive line pieces that should help them transition into the post Philip Rivers era. After shoring up the right side of the line with Bryan Bulaga and trading for Trai Turner, the left side was largely untouched. That lends itself to taking the first southpaw drafted since Tim Tebow ten years ago.

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New York Giants Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Zach Gotlieb | April 10th, 2020

The New York Giants are in a sort of a transition period with their roster. Still in a building phase, but they’re trying to get younger and better. They finally moved on from Eli Manning and are giving the reins to second-year quarterback Daniel Jones. Jones showed signs that he could be the answer at quarterback. They’ve got Saquon Barkley in the backfield. They’ve got some really good pieces, but are lacking in talent at all positions. With 11 picks, this is a crucial draft where they have to hit on their picks if they want to take a step forward this year.

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Kansas City Chiefs Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Ethan Hewett | April 9th, 2020

The Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl champions. While most NFL teams have run rampant this offseason, the Chiefs have decided to “run it back.” They franchise tagged star defensive tackle Chris Jones, and re-signed receiver Demarcus Robinson, defensive tackle Mike Pennel, and fullback Anthony Sherman. The team also was able to restructure Sammy Watkins’ contract to free up another $5 million dollars in cap space.

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San Francisco 49ers Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Mike Fanelli | April 9th, 2020

The 2019 season ended in disappointment for the San Francisco 49ers, losing in the Super Bowl to the Kansas City Chiefs. In the lead up to free agency, many wondered if the 49ers would stick with Jimmy Garoppolo or try to make a move for Tom Brady. In the end, the 49ers decided to back Garoppolo for at least one more season and believe they have the pieces in place to make another Super Bowl run.

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Chicago Bears Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Joey Ricotta & Brandon Braasch | April 8th, 2020  

The NFL draft is right around the corner and for many, the NFL player movement and transactions, has been the only thing in the sports world to get excited about and keep us sane during this tough time. Now that most of the free agency market has been siphoned through, teams will look to the draft to fill the rest of their positional needs. The Chicago Bears made some unexpected moves – one being cutting ties with Leonard Floyd to sign Robert Quinn. Another was, giving tight end Jimmy Graham a sizable contract, while also trading a compensatory fourth-round pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars for quarterback Nick Foles, among other moves.

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Baltimore Ravens Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Dale Money | April 7th, 2020

After suffering such a rise and fall last season, how will Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens respond? With Ben Roethlisberger now back from last seasons injury, and Baker Mayfield looking to rebound with his Cleveland Browns, It’s certainly going to be interesting to see where this AFC North division takes us.

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Las Vegas Raiders Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Mike Fanelli | April 7th, 2020

The offseason for the Raiders was very different from every other franchise, thanks to the move from Oakland to Las Vegas. The 2020 NFL draft was supposed to be held in Las Vegas but COVID-19 had other plans. Thankfully, the draft will still happen on time and the Raiders still have seven picks, including two in the first round and five within the first 100 selections.

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Cincinnati Bengals Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Sam Schneider | April 7th, 2020 

The Cincinnati Bengals caught some people sleeping in the 2020 offseason, bucking the no-spend narrative that has permeated the national media when owner Mike Brown opened the coffers for Zac Taylor, Katie Blackburn, and Duke Tobin to go after big free-agents which you can read about here. That spending has filled many gaps in a defense that was tossed around like a rag doll last season and enables the Bengals to draft for the best player available scenario in the upcoming draft.

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Detroit Lions Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Brady Podloski | April 6th, 2020  

The Detroit Lions finished in last place in the NFC North Division, but that doesn’t reflect the reality of their situation. The team was competitive for the first six games going 2-3-1, and during this stretch, all of their losses were by four points or less. The Lions were not as bad as their record shows. However going forward, this is a significant offseason for head coach Matt Patricia and general manager Bob Quinn, as both are rumored to be on the hot seat. In short, Patricia and Quinn need to win and be in “meaningful games” during December. To play in the meaningful games in December, the Lions have hit on a few of their nine picks in the 2020 draft. 

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Arizona Cardinals Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Brady Podloski | April 5th, 2020

The Arizona Cardinals have been very active this offseason, determined to fill the needs on their roster. They’ve brought in an array of defensive talent from free agency including linebacker De’Vondre Campbell, outside linebacker/edge Devon Kennard, and defensive tackle Jordan Phillips. They also had four notable re-signings with running back Kenyan Drake, wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, right tackle Marcus Gilbert, and left tackle D.J. Humphries. Going forward, the team looks to have a dynamic offense with the acquisition of star wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (for a second-round pick and running back David Johnson) to go along with the second-year quarterback, Kyler Murray

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Byron Jewell | April 4th, 2020 

For the first time in twenty years, Tom Brady will be playing for a team other than the New England Patriots. In what was the biggest move in franchise history, if not NFL history, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have seemingly decided to go “all-in” when they signed the 42-year-old quarterback on a two-year $50 million dollar deal back in March.

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Minnesota Vikings Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Mike Fanelli | April 3rd, 2020

Entering the offseason, the Minnesota Vikings faced several critical decisions. With basically no cap space, the Vikings had to let go of several veterans. Xavier Rhodes and Linval Joseph were released while Everson Griffen and Trae Waynes were just a few of the free agents the team couldn’t afford to re-sign. However, the Vikings were able to sign Kirk Cousins to an extension that opened up the cap space needed to put the franchise tag on Anthony Harris.

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New England Patriots Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Mike Fanelli | April 1st, 2020

Needless to say, this is an offseason New England Patriot fans will never forget. After 20 years and six Super Bowl victories, Tom Brady signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With Brady now in Tampa Bay, Jarrett Stidham and recently sign Brian Hoyer will reportedly battle for the starting quarterback job this summer. While Brady was the biggest loss this offseason for the Patriots, they lost several key defensive playmakers like Kyle Van Noy, Jamie Collins, and Danny Shelton.

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Green Bay Packers Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Dale Money | April 1st, 2020

The speculation on whether Green Bay would payout for Blake Martinez and/or Bryan Bulaga was answered, as both players would sign on with new clubs at the beginning of free agency. In order to try and best make up for those two big losses, the Packers would make some of their own additions. But after last season’s $182 million dollar spending spree, GM Brian Gutekunst was very strategic in how he used the team’s limited funds.

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Jacksonville Jaguars Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Brady Podloski | March 31st, 2020  

The Jaguars have a significant number of holes in their roster. The team has to make several decisions that include: What is the identity of the team going forward? Is the team all in on Gardner Minshew II? Does general manager, Dave Caldwell, have to turn the team around this year and get a winning record?

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Dallas Cowboys Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Mike Fanelli | March 30th, 2020

Entering free agency everything for the Dallas Cowboys centered around Dak Prescott. To no one’s surprised, the Cowboys placed the franchise tag on Dak as they try to work out a long term deal. However, with the new Collective Bargaining Agreement put in place, the Cowboys were no longer able to also transition tag Amari Cooper. Luckily for the Cowboys, despite a strong push from the Washington Redskins, Cooper never wanted to leave Dallas and re-signed on a five-year deal.

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Washington Redskins Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Mike Fanelli | March 28th, 2020

After years of being overly aggressive in free agency, the Washington Redskins have learned to “shop smart”. Instead of signing big name guys to awful contracts, they have learned to focus on smaller and smarter deals. They started the offseason by placing the franchise tag on star right guard Brandon Scherff. Starting left guard Ereck Flowers signed a massive deal with the Miami Dolphins. The Redskins were wise not to match and instead sign former Atlanta Falcons’ guard Wes Schweitzer to a deal for half the cost. They made a run at Amari Cooper but he ultimately decided to re-sign with the Dallas Cowboys.

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Buck-Guys Talk Podcast: Mock Draft Szn

Daniel Corrigan | March 27th, 2020

Our second remote episode features the unveiling of our second versions of our NFL mock drafts. That will dominate the entire show.

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Post Free Agency 2020 NFL Mock Draft: Round Two

Mike Fanelli & Givanni Damico | March 26th, 2020

The 2020 NFL league year officially kicked off about a week ago. Since then we have had dozens and dozens of players move in free agency as well as several trades, including some no one saw coming. However, free agency is cooling off and most of the big name players have agreed to new deals. With the NFL draft less than a month away, it’s time to focus again on mock drafts.

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Mason’s Mock Draft 3.0 Round Three

Mason Thompson | March 26th, 2020

We are now to the third and final round of my third mock draft of the year. There have been a lot of picks swapped from the first round and a lot of premier players are off the board but a lot of players that could find themselves in key roles on teams are still available. Cincinnati is on the clock with the 65th pick.

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Post Free Agency 2020 NFL Mock Draft: Round One

Mike Fanelli & Givanni Damico | March 25th, 2020 

The 2020 NFL league year officially kicked off about a week ago. Since then we have had dozens and dozens of players move in free agency as well as several trades, including some no one saw coming. However, free agency is cooling off and most of the big name players have agreed to new deals. With the NFL draft less than a month away, it’s time to focus again on mock drafts.

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Mason’s Mock Draft 3.0 Round Two

Mason Thompson | March 25th, 2020

On Monday, I released the first round of my three-round mock draft. Today, I will move on to round two. There are still several high caliber players on the board and there has been lots of movement before the second round starts as a result of the first round. Let’s get the second day of picks started. Cincinnati is on the clock with the 33rd pick. 

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Mason’s Mock Draft 3.0 Round One

Mason Thompson | March 23rd, 2020

Now that the first week of free agency has passed, it is now time for another round of mock drafts. Of course, players like Jadeveon Clowney, Robby Anderson, and Jameis Winston are still on the market as well as some trades still set to happen. Teams have addressed their needs, while some have opened up new needs(ahem, Houston). Now, that free agency has passed, for the most part, Buffalo has filled their need of a primary wide receiver and Las Vegas has filled their linebacker need.

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Seattle Seahawks Pre Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Ethan Hewett   | March 10th, 2020 

The Seattle Seahawks had a much better season than most expected. Russell Wilson made miracles happen behind a lackluster offensive line, Tyler Lockett, and rookie receiver D.K. Metcalf. Even as the running game lost their top two running backs in Rashaad Penny and Chris Carson by season’s end, this team still put up a fight in the playoffs getting eliminated in the divisional round against the Green Bay Packers. Seattle put up a respectable 11-5 record in a solid season. Continue reading

New York Giants Pre Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Daniel Corrigan | March 8th, 2020

The Giants believe they have found their QB of the future in Daniel Jones. They have their star RB with Saquon Barkley, and they have a top-five pick once again.

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Atlanta Falcons Pre Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Dale Money | March 7th, 2020 

Once again the Atlanta Falcons’ season was derailed by injuries and inconsistent play. The Falcons started the season 1-7, with their only win in week two against the Philadelphia Eagles. During their week nine bye, the Falcons made changes to the coaching staff, amid speculation that head coach Dan Quinn would be fired at the end of the season. However, during the second half of the season, the Falcons rallied behind Quinn and finished 6-2 over their last eight games, including impressive wins over the Saints in New Orleans and the 49ers in San Francisco. They finished the season 7-9, landing them the 16th pick in the first round.

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