Who were the last 5 picks at each of Seattle's current overall picks? Seaside Joe 1484
I kind of like the Purdue QB, O'Donnell or something like that. Not flashy, but we might stash him on the practice squad.
Max Duggan Or Jake Haener as QB3? Or any reasonable options at Rounds 5-7?
Was looking at PFF grading strength and weakness for this years draft. IOL is a weak class this year. Want a center or guard draft early. Edge is strong as is QB. RB is weaker than last year again earlier capital. WR is about the same as last year. This years WR class is maybe 5 in top 50 out of a truckload. LB is weak this year. Interior defensive line is about the same as last year but fewer choices at that group. Seattle's top 5 picks are important. Does Seattle have their eye on a QB not listed in the top 5 say maybe in round 3 or 4? Maybe Seattle drafts DT, WR, C, Edge, RB first 5. Seattle is obviously restructuring some contracts to bring up cap after Wagner signing. Seattle will probably want a little bit of signing power after the draft to mop up needs,
Still mourning Seattle passing on Creed Humphrey and taking Eskridge in 2021. Pencil in that draft of 3 players what if. Humphrey, Trey Brown, Stone Forsythe.
OMG Joe you throw such interesting light on things, didn’t have to even make commentary, just the facts ma’am...:
- MASSIVE drop off between 5 and 20. Have me rethinking a trade-down now, holy crap
- This list is 5 years of draft picks not just one -- and still, Seattle’s 2022 draft would be competitive. If five teams chose among these 5 sets (esp w/o the benefit of post-draft learnings) Seattle’s 2022 would be 1 or 2. Wow.
- feels really important to get the low floor guys rather than the high ceiling/risky guys. Too many cases where the draft picks didn’t pan out. Especially with such a successful (or so it seems right now) free agency haul.
Love this sort of perspective, and you truly can’t get it anywhere else. Awesome dude!
I'll have: Ja'Marr Chase, Frank Ragnow, Landon Dickerson, Cam Akers, Orlando Brown, Ben Powers, Tyler Allgeier, Michael Carter, Antoine Brooks and Chase Lucas.
Does basically nothing to fix our immediatedefensive needs, but we'll have an outstanding OLine, fixed our WR3 problem, sorted our RB depth and tagged up some DB depth. Scary good Offensive team!
Then UDFA to add would be: Bryce Huff, Teair Tart & Poona Ford (limiting myself to three because why not), addressing the immedaite DLine depth needs. Followed up by some trading around of the OLine and DB's to get a couple of solid 2024 Draft Picks.