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NFL Draft, Round One

So the first round in the NFL Draft was last night, and both of my teams went for players from Ohio State. Any Buckeyes here who can tell me more about them? Jetboygirl, where are you?

The Jets picked a linebacker, Darren Lee, at twenty. Supposed to be very fast. A sideline to sideline guy. Okay, sounds good. More speed on the defense never hurts. I am glad they did not draft the Memphis QB everyone wanted them to. He's a project, and we need a QB now. They need to sign Fitz.

The Giants, at ten, drafted a cornerback with the unlikely name of Eli Apple. Seven picks in, the G-Men were sitting pretty, with their two top choices still available. But the the Titans traded up to eight and drafted the offensive lineman the Giants wanted, and the Bear vaulted up from eleven to nine just to get grab the top linebacker, Floyd. In other words, the Giants got their lunch eaten. Leaving nothing but an apple. Of course, in this pass-happy league, everyone needs corners, and the Giants need them more than most, considering how many passing yards they gave up last year. Still and all... I would have been happier if they'd picked Shaq Lawson, the pass rusher.

The damned Cowboys got the guy I really wanted, running back Ezekiel Elliott. Curse them!

Today we get rounds two and three.

I am hoping the G-Men pick up 'Bama RB and Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry. Or else maybe took a chance and grabbed Myles Jack, the injured UCLA linebacker.

But who knows? Anything could happen. That's what makes these drafts so much fun.



Apr. 29th, 2016 09:28 pm (UTC)
As a Dolphins fan, have to say I'm pleased the organization snatched up Laremy Tunsil. Shame for him that someone with an agenda torpedoed him right before the draft, but his loss is Miami's gain. Hopefully he'll be able to keep his head down and focused on football going forward.
Apr. 30th, 2016 12:39 am (UTC)
Tunsil was a steal for Miami!
However, Tunsil's issues weren't just a hacked social media account. He has had a number of personal issues that were at least worth considering in terms of the risk factor. I hope that he has grown past those things and will surround himself with some great people. As the old saying goes, "Iron sharpens iron."
Apr. 30th, 2016 07:46 am (UTC)
Re: Tunsil was a steal for Miami!
Indeed, there would have been no issues if there had been nothing worth hacking! He needs to stay focused and keep his eye on his future career.


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