I’ve said it many times before, and i’ll say it once again: it amazes me how worked up people get about mock drafts, especially this early into the offseason.
NFL Draft Tags:
Adrian Peterson, Bradley Sowell, Caleb Brantley, Cam Newton, Cam Robinson, Carl Lawson, Charles Harris, Christian McCaffrey, Corey Davis, Corey Graham, Dalvin Cook, Dave Gettleman, David Harris, Demarcus Lawrence, DeMarcus Ware, Derek Barnett, Derek Carr, Deshaun Watson, Dez Bryant, Dwight Lowery, Eddie Lacy, Eli Manning, Erik Walden, Gary Gilliam, Grady Jarrett, Jabrill Peppers, Jalen Ramsey, Jamal Adams, James Harrison, James Starks, Jarrad Davis, Jason McCourty, Joe Haden, Jonathan Allen, Junior Galette, Kerry Hyder, Kyle Shanahan, Laremy Tunsil, Leonard Fournette, Malik Hooker, Marcus Peters, Marlon Humphrey, Marshon Lattimore, Michael Johnson, Mike Evans, Mike Maccagnan, Mike Williams, Mitch Trubisky, Myles Garrett, Odell Beckham Jr., OJ Howard, Patrick Peterson, Perrish Cox, Philip Rivers, Preston Smith, Quincy Wilson, Raekwon McMillan, Randy Gregory, Roderick Johnson, Rueben Foster, Ryan Kerrigan, Ryan Ramcyzk, Sean McDermott, Sidney Jones, Solomon Thomas, Sterling Sheppard, Taco Charlton, Takkarist McKinley, Teez Tabor, Tim Williams, Todd Wash, Trent Murphy, Tyson Alualu, Ziggy Ansah
On Draftmas day, here’s my final mock NFL Draft for 2016 — spanning two full rounds! — as well as my Top 150 Big Big Board, and an assortment of draft notes and thoughts.
We’re only two weeks away from my favorite day of the year: the first round of the NFL Draft. This is right about the time when we can really get a good sense of what teams might or might not do in the first round.
NFL Draft The SemiColumn Tags:
Baltimore Ravens, Carson Wentz, Ezekiel Elliott, Jared Goff, Karl Joseph, LA Rams, Laremy Tunsil, Les Snead, Miami Dolphins, NFL Draft, Philadelphia Eagles, Scot McCloughan, Trent Richardson, Washington Redskins, William Jackson III
I’ll let you in on a secret: I think mock drafts, for the most part, are pretty stupid. Most mock drafts you read are just armchair quarterback opinions from people ranging from so-called analysts to common schmos (like me).