Discussion in 'TMFL' started by Cheez, Oct 20, 2014.
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Great work with this Cheez !
I can't see it for some reason
Iooks like this to me
I cant see what you're seeing...
Looks like this
looks good on my PC
2015 Browns Draft:
3 Superstar Developments
1 Fast Development
4 New Starters
Considering the CPU drafted the first 3 guys for me, I can't complain. Hooray for random draft classes!
Damn the computer drafted well for everyone. Robo scouts, think I'll go on auto next draft maybe get some one at least in the 70s
My draft went average at best. We did address our biggest need in corner back with our first round pick Zach Toliver. He steps right in as Steelers #2 CB. A promising LE with great speed and agility will come in to give some breathers on defense. Couple tall TEs which we will test and see if they have what it takes to stay on the roster.
I agree with BR with the auto draft next year!
The Bills come away absolutely ecstatic with their draft this season. Even though they had no 1st rounder, the Bills still came away with one starter and 3 players with potential to be Stars. RG Morgan Looney is coaches favorite, and although he will not step right into the starting lineup, look for coaches to spend alot of one-on-one time with him this season as they look to him to be the anchor of this O-Line for years to come.
FS Jaelin Dansby is another who looks special. He is very young and coaches will give him a chance to learn slowly behind veteran safeties Charles Woodson and Aaron Williams
Well that went to shit....anyone care to tell me how I can copy the table from DaddyLeagues?
Use the snipping tool and just put it in as an image
While the CPU drafted us no one that will progress rapidly, we have guys who can contribute immediately. We are now 8 deep at defensive line and will run a serious rotation to always stay fresh. Kameel Childers comes to us from Ohio State and he'll slide right into the role of a 3rd down back as he can catch some out of the backfield, but will really lend in pass protection. Overall I am impressed with what the CPU did for me. I traded my first round pick and to have three guys at 77 or higher, i can't complain.
The Patriots did not exactly have the largest draft class on the board, but they were able to make impacts both early and late, finding 3 new starters in their five picks. Wendell Oliver, the Patriots first round pick, projects to be the future at defensive tackle for New England. Oliver is a strong tackle that will simply look to overpower the lineman across the ball from him. 2nd round pick Maxey Beachum will open the year at left guard for the Patriots. Beachum is more of a raw talent at this point, but the Patriots feel that not only is he their best option in the present, but for the future as well. The Patriots did not land another strong talent again until the 6th round, when receiver Laquon Nelson was drafted. The pick created a logjam at the top of the depth chart at the WR position, but Nelson is projected to start the year at the #2 spot, behind Brandon LaFell and ahead of Julian Edelman.
Arguably the biggest win for the Patriots this draft season is that they were able to acquire 2 first round picks for next year's draft.
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