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    Here's another simulator

    https://thedraftnetwork.com/mock-draft-machine


    • 9
      Andre Dillard
      , OT
    • Washington State
    • 40
      Dexter Lawrence
      , IDL
    • Clemson
    • 74
      David Montgomery
      , RB
    • Iowa State
    • 112
      Jakobi Meyers
      , WR
    • NC State
    • 131
      Bobby Evans
      , OT
    • Oklahoma
    • 147
      Drew Sample
      , TE
    • Washington
    • 158
      Sutton Smith
      , EDGE
    • Northern Illinois
    • 181
      Blace Brown
      , CB
    • Troy
    • 225
      Shareef Miller
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    • Penn State
    • 228
      Mark Fields
      , CB
      Clemson
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    Re: Here's another simulator

    RBs, WRs and QBs really get stacked up around the fourth round, but I like the results of this draft.

    A 10yr OT, interior DT and future RB in the first three rounds.
    A big WR, another olineman and a TE with the next three picks.
    Defensive depth and special teams with the final four.

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    I would kill to land Dexter Lawrence at 40. I’ll take a crack at this simulator later.
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    Re: Here's another simulator

    9. Ed Oliver, IDL - Houston

    40. Greg Little, OT - Mississippi

    74. JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR - Stanford

    112. Mecole Hardman, WR - Georgia

    131. Justice Hill, RB - Oklahoma State

    147. Antoine Wesley, WR - TTU

    158. Isaac Nauta, TE - Georgia

    181. Jalen Jelks, EDGE - Oregon

    225. T.J. Edwards, LB - Wisconsin

    228. Jamal Peters, CB - Mississippi State

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    Re: Here's another simulator

    Quote Originally Posted by YardRat View Post
    RBs, WRs and QBs really get stacked up around the fourth round, but I like the results of this draft.

    A 10yr OT, interior DT and future RB in the first three rounds.
    A big WR, another olineman and a TE with the next three picks.
    Defensive depth and special teams with the final four.

    I've been to this site before...I did one there about a month ago, not sure I can still find it.


    Dillard and Evans are nice additions to the OL. We actually drafted in a lot of the same positions in the same round, or close to it... just a few different people.

    9 Andre Dillard, OT Washington State- best pass blocking OT in the draft.

    40 Chris Lindstrom, IOL Boston College- best guard in the draft, with maybe one or two exceptions. Immediate upgrade.

    74 Jace Sternberger, TE Texas A&M - could get stronger, will get stronger, but had over 800 yards in the SEC last season;

    112 Miles Boykin, WR Notre Dame an athlete to compete in the WR corps.

    131 Justice Hill, RB • Oklahoma State - damn, when I watch him...the initial burst up the middle when he sees a hole, the compact body, the effortless shucking of arm tackles without losing speed, reminds me of an older OSU RB....nah...I can't do that. If he can borrow that shoulder chip though...

    147 Jordan Brailford, EDGE Oklahoma State - may be bad to take two Cowboys in succession... but a sleeper. a 4.6 40 and a good athlete otherwise. 10 sacks last year with about 15 tfls. His closing speed on a QB is excellent.

    158 Terrill Hanks, LB New Mexico State-IDK...he's pretty slow. He can do something, somewhere I suppose.

    181 Ben Burr-Kirven, LB Washington - he's a short and blocky guy, but he did a 4.5 40 at the combine and a 10+ foot broad jump. Other measurables were excellent. More importantly, he had a half million tackles for Washington last year. When he hits a RB from the front, the RB almost always goes backward. If he catches someone from behind, he usually forces a fumble. Well worth a shot in the late rounds.

    225 Nick Linder, IOL Indiana - problems with injuries, but was looked at as one of the better IOL before the season started. Worth a shot.

    228 Dre Greenlaw, LB Arkansas - it was the last round, I was getting bored.

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    Re: Here's another simulator

    Like the site, easy player research such as it is.

    9 - Cody Ford IOL Oklahoma
    40 - Jeffrey Simmons IDL Mississippi State
    74 - Michael Dieter OT Wisconsin
    112 - Darius Slayton WR Auburn
    131 - Alize Mack TE Notre Dame
    147 - Elijah Holyfield RB Georgia
    158 - Jalen Jelks Edge Oregon
    181 - Blace Brown CB Troy

    225 - Hunter Renfrow WR Clemson
    228 - Khalil Hodge LB Buffalo

    I don't think they believe tackle is an issue anymore, Ford and Dieter will be guards. At WR Slayton offers speed, Renfrow the hands. Simmons is the gap shooter at DT, Mack despite being from ND goes into the shallow TE pool. Holyfield that late, sure, he'll challenge the RB geezers. Jelks is fast and low at edge, Brown is a solid late necessary CB pickup, and honestly, I like Khalil Hodge from UB, he won't be a superstar but he's a determined worker bee.
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    Re: Here's another simulator

    Quote Originally Posted by Mace View Post
    Like the site, easy player research such as it is.

    9 - Cody Ford IOL Oklahoma
    40 - Jeffrey Simmons IDL Mississippi State
    74 - Michael Dieter OT Wisconsin
    112 - Darius Slayton WR Auburn
    131 - Alize Mack TE Notre Dame
    147 - Elijah Holyfield RB Georgia
    158 - Jalen Jelks Edge Oregon
    181 - Blace Brown CB Troy

    225 - Hunter Renfrow WR Clemson
    228 - Khalil Hodge LB Buffalo

    I don't think they believe tackle is an issue anymore, Ford and Dieter will be guards. At WR Slayton offers speed, Renfrow the hands. Simmons is the gap shooter at DT, Mack despite being from ND goes into the shallow TE pool. Holyfield that late, sure, he'll challenge the RB geezers. Jelks is fast and low at edge, Brown is a solid late necessary CB pickup, and honestly, I like Khalil Hodge from UB, he won't be a superstar but he's a determined worker bee.
    Dawkins didn't have the best year last year...he gave up 8 sacks. Maybe he gets better, idk.

    I actually see it as a chance for improvement. Dillard goes to LT, Dawkins goes to guard. You probably improve two positions with one pick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DraftBoy View Post
    9. Ed Oliver, IDL - Houston

    40. Greg Little, OT - Mississippi

    74. JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR - Stanford

    112. Mecole Hardman, WR - Georgia

    131. Justice Hill, RB - Oklahoma State

    147. Antoine Wesley, WR - TTU

    158. Isaac Nauta, TE - Georgia

    181. Jalen Jelks, EDGE - Oregon

    225. T.J. Edwards, LB - Wisconsin

    228. Jamal Peters, CB - Mississippi State
    I, admittedly, don't know a lot of those players, but if the Bills walked away with Greg Little with their 2nd pick, the draft would immediately be considered a success.
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    Little reminds me of Kouandjio and how he started early prospect rankings as a potential top 10 pick and fell off a cliff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie G View Post
    Dawkins didn't have the best year last year...he gave up 8 sacks. Maybe he gets better, idk.

    I actually see it as a chance for improvement. Dillard goes to LT, Dawkins goes to guard. You probably improve two positions with one pick.
    Well, I think Dawkins suffered from a lack of guards next to him and Castillo infection. I'd be great with the Bills taking a tackle.

    The pessimist in me though, says the process isn't where they intended and they're figuring they can get it back on track using the FA's they signed, with the reasonable contracts intended to lessen the harm if the players don't pan out. Looking at who they signed in FA, I believe they're not going to use early picks on OL & WR, but figure they can skimp with guys there that need time or have high "maybe" value with their bunch of late round picks.

    I'd be happy with being wrong but I don't think they focused on offensive core positions needed for sustained success when they should have and now figure they can get by with band aids until late round picks hopefully develop.
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    If I go DT Oliver in the first I've got a choice between OL Risner, Lindstrom and Little in RD 2. I'd be OK with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DraftBoy View Post
    9. Ed Oliver, IDL - Houston

    40. Greg Little, OT - Mississippi

    74. JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR - Stanford

    112. Mecole Hardman, WR - Georgia

    131. Justice Hill, RB - Oklahoma State

    147. Antoine Wesley, WR - TTU

    158. Isaac Nauta, TE - Georgia

    181. Jalen Jelks, EDGE - Oregon

    225. T.J. Edwards, LB - Wisconsin

    228. Jamal Peters, CB - Mississippi State
    Love the 1st two pick and Hill in the 4th. The Bills can always use another home run hitter. I like Whiteside as a player and I always have the Bills drafting a WR in my mocks (a little later after FA). I am curious, with the Bills signing 3 WRs, do you see them cutting Zay and Foster, or do you see them keeping 8?

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