Yes, we are all pissed, just some more than others. Now I want to ask everyone which player who is going to be available in the draft at pick #16 (Yes, the one we don't have because of the Wentz trade), who you would be pounding the table for? I think many agree that LT, WR, CB, TE, and yes QB are needs. Okay, maybe the TE would not be a #16 pick, but who do you think is going to be available that is going to have you switching from beer to shots?
I'm not sure I am going to mess with a big board or even research the draft that much this year. I guess being wrong is getting to me, although I was on board with the Campbell and Paye picks.
So, I am just going to take a quick look at Tankathon's 1st round mock and see what will piss me off 3 or 4 months from now. No wonder I have blood pressure issues? Actually it is probably the teaching profession, but I digress. Here is what I am seeing:
Here is who they have gone before pick 16, at positions we would consider a need:
Evan Neal OT, Derek Stingley Jr. CB, Ikem Ekwonu OL, Kenny Pickett QB, Matt Corral QB, Garrett Wilson WR, Charles Cross OT, and Ahmad Gardner.
There are actually 4 Edge players mocked in the top 16, but I think many would be against draft capital going that direction now.
CBs still on the board: Andrew Booth Jr., Kaiir Elam, Roger McCreary, and Trent McDuffie
WRs still on the board: Jameson Williams, Chris Olave, Drake London, Treylon Burks, and Jahan Dotson
OTs still on the board: Kenyon Green, Trevor Penning, and Darian Kinnard
QBs still on the board: Malik Willis
No TEs are projected in the first round.
Here is the link: https://www.tankathon.com/nfl/mock_draft
Dont expect me to debate about who Tankathon took and who "should or shouldn't" be there, as I honestly do not have a clue, and may take the opportunity to not have a clue on draft day as well.
SO, given the parameters of this particular mock, which available player has you going to the liquor cabinet instead of the fridge?