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    Jieret

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    1. Jieret

      RAD Hypnotiq

      Welcome to the site! @Bubada
    2. You can PM me for specifics, but basically look for something like this in the section you're concerned with: style="background:#088A08;color:#008000" and change those 6-character codes after the # to the proper hex code for the colors you want.
    3. If you listed a completed wiki, I added a bonus point to your team on the recruiting point spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1It-x36Sox4MvOjq5HF54-Be5ckl3vD15Rs7v04LK0kY/edit?usp=sharing I didn't go over the pages with a fine-tooth comb, but I did see some pages with a few things to correct - I still gave you credit however. Baylor Bears: You need an "External Links" section with links to your depth charts past and present, as well as the navboxes (team/conference/CFBHC). @tprochnow Cincinnati Bearcats: Please move your NFL players section to the page linked in your navbox: http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=List_of_Cincinnati_Bearcats_football_players_in_the_NFL. You also need an "External Links" section with links to your depth charts past and present. @YEEZY Ole Miss Landsharks Rebels: You need an "External Links" section with links to your depth charts past and present. @HughFreeze$$ (Note: @Soluna makes the final decision on whether or not your page passes muster.)
    4. Jieret

      [CFBHC/NFLHC] Available Teams

      Updated August 15 Remember: Conference commissioners have final say in approving coaches to prospective jobs. First come does not guarantee first serve, although it may be a factor. Available jobs: Conference USA Louisiana Tech Bulldogs Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders Independents New Mexico State Aggies Mid-American Conference Kent State Golden Flashes Miami (OH) Redhawks Northern Illinois Huskies Mountain West Conference Colorado State Rams San Jose State Spartans UNLV Rebels Pacific-12 Conference Oregon State Beavers Sun Belt Conference Georgia State Panthers Troy Trojans Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) New Hampshire Wildcats Harvard Crimson James Madison Dukes Illinois State Redbirds Youngstown State Penguins North Dakota State Bison Eastern Washington Eagles South Dakota State Jackrabbits Montana Grizzlies North Dakota Fighting Hawks Northern Iowa Panthers
    5. Correct. Jack (aka Leo/Elephant) is a DE/OLB hybrid "rush the QB" player, while the bandit is listed as OLB/SS hybrid. Neither is used in the 4-3; Soluna explicitly stated that the 4-3 does not use the bandit here.
    6. Very much looking forward to the rest of this series, great preview!
    7. Just some friendly ribbing. But what you laid out was honestly my thinking on mocking you Adcock. You have no big holes you had to fill this year, but I thought DT would dry up for you sooner than other positions. Kyle Cunningham was my other choice for you at 27.
    8. YOU HAVE J.C. WELDON YOU DON'T NEED THE MENTION. (hey that rhymes)
    9. ...fixed, kinda. I think his hype is more the POWER OF MEMES than anything else. He's still talented but a: without a body of work to look at, b: no pro day/combine stuff yet, and c: a lot of just as good options I think he falls into the late 2nd.
    10. Not only is staring at rosters and spreadsheets apparently more fun than doing work, I had to address the injustice that is Seattle never getting a mock pick. So if you gotta make sure something gets done.... Hence CFBHC's FIRST (and probably only with good reason) 40-pick Mock Draft! Did I mention there's a trade? (* denotes traded pick) Los Angeles Chargers TRADE 1-1 and 3-66 to Buffalo Bills for 1-4 and 1-7. Bills*: QB Matt Jones 6-3 208 R Purdue [Pocket] 83 - Is Matt Jones the right fit for the Chargers? Perhaps, but the argument can be made that the overall team needs to improve first. Here the Chargers go with Option B and move down to do just that. Jones gets to like upstate New York for years to come. Giants: DE Khairi Bryant 5-10 263 R Ohio State [Blitz] [0] 83 - The Giants take possibly the best athlete in the draft. Bengals: DE Timothy Key 6-2 240 R Florida [Contain] 83 - Cincy gets their own quality pass-rusher to pair with Brett Bailey. Bailey, Lotomau, and Key will make life suck for AFC North O-lines. Chargers*: RB Trevon Yeldon 6-0 233 R Oregon [Power] 82 - Brannon Austin was better than expected last year, but if Matty Swift is ever gonna reach his potential he needs a bellcow with him and that's Yeldon. Bills: ILB Tyrese Thompson 6-3 228 R Auburn [Mike] 82 - Buffalo needs a replacement for soon-to-retire Mike Bledsoe. Thought about Kenyon Justice here with the FA scramble on corners they were involved in, but he doesn't fit their preferred type. Cardinals: DT Shamar Ware 6-5 278 R Penn State [2-Gap] 82 - This originally was Justice's first landing spot, but the chirpy birds signed Aaron Samuelsson in FA so we'll go elsewhere. Ware is easily the best defensive tackle in the draft, and the Cards can certainly use the help up front. Chargers*: OT Kyle Will 6-5 272 R Michigan [Pass Blocking] 82 - A great blocker who should take over the left side whenever Kenyon Hendricks moves on, Will can slot in at RT for now and bump Justin Way inside. Jaguars: CB Kenyon Justice 6-1 177 R Auburn [Zone Coverage] 82 - OMG HOW DOES SOLUNA GET ALL THE STEALZ. Vikings: DE Parker Holmes 6-3 247 R Tennessee [Contain] 81 - I think Holmes goes over Smallwood due to scheme fit but it isn't a big dropoff; he was incredibly productive during his short time at Tennessee. Yes, that would be three DE taken in the first nine picks. Niners: DE Sebastian Smallwood 6-1 254 R Alabama [Blitz] 82 - Aaaand that makes four in ten. Cue panic from all the other teams needing a DE. Bears: OG Noah Barney 6-1 336 R Ohio State [Pass Blocking] [0] 82 - Da Bears' ongoing tackle woes are well-documented, but they could use some help on the inside also even after signing Jamie Shank. Let's give Da Bears' Pile O' Tackles another year to sort itself out. Browns: WR Jarvis Ward 5-9 189 R Texas A&M [Speed] 82 - Ray Lee Marconi is getting long in the tooth, so here's a speed receiver to balance out their target wideouts. Pats: RB Kenyon Randall 5-6 209 R LSU [Power] 82 - New England can't think that Elvis Williams is the answer long-term, and I don't think they see Daniel Hutchins as a great option either. I think when the combine rolls around Randall will regain enough goodwill to be taken in this area. Lions: QB Ryan Harris 6-4 213 R Fresno State [Pocket] 82 - LeCount is getting le long in le tooth (I'm so, so sorry), and thus we have our first QBOTF. Chargers: DE Miles Slater 6-1 248 R Washington [Contain] 80 - In an ideal world the Chargers could move down and get Slater, but with that early run at DE and the UW product the last contain DE for a while gotta do what you gotta do. Giants: QB Donald Culver 6-1 192 R Utah [Pocket] 81 - The Mormon Lasercannon makes his way to the Big Apple. I'm sure there won't be any culture shock at all. The bigger question might be, "Would Culver start right away?" If his competition is Mike Thomas, then probably. If it's Taylor Rodriguez, then he can sit and learn for a year. Falcons: DT Oliver Ponce 6-5 327 R Florida State [2-Gap] 65 ILB Markus Golden 6-5 240 R Ole Miss [Mike] 81 - DON'T THINK I WASN'T TEMPTED THOUGH. Atlanta needs an upgrade in the middle of the defense (no, not just there) and Golden would provide one. Chiefs: OG Angelo Denny 6-6 268 R UCLA [Pass Blocking] 81 - He isn't the best fit for the scheme but neither are the Chefs' current guards, and they're getting up there in age anyway. If KC is serious about forcing the ball down teams' throats they need to stay strong up front. Redskins: FS Seth Scott 6-2 193 R Colorado [Man Coverage] 81 - He didn't have the best senior season, although I can't think of many free safeties that did. Still he had a quality junior campaign and Jim Sisemore won't be there forever. Saints: WR Tevin Lattimore 6-2 225 R Missouri [Target] 81 - Devereaux needs more targets because the Pipe keeps eating them all. Steelers: C David Sutton 6-1 273 R Louisiana Tech [Pass Blocking] 81 - If shiny new QB Norris Brooksheer is going to line up under center for the Steelers, it makes sense that Brooksheer has a good center to line up under. Broncos: OLB Jabari Fletcher 6-5 239 R Texas [Coverage] 81 - Denver gets their pick of OLBs and any CB not named Justice. Says here they fill in the hole at OLB and choose Fletcher over Nevada's Evan Walsh due to size - Fletcher is a big, rangy dude. Cowboys: ILB Kieron Brooks 6-1 239 R Charlotte [Mike] 81 - Possibly the highest risk/reward pick in the first. But Dallas is fine taking players from G5 schools (see: Javier Grady last year) and I think with more consistent coaching than whatever he got at Charlotte, Brooks will be a solid player. Rams: CB Kamari Cheatham 5-10 221 R NC State [Man Coverage] 80 - They can definitely use another corner, and Cheatham fits with the CBs on the roster better than Kyle Cunningham. Panthers: C Xavier Cuellar 6-3 249 R Florida [Run Blocking] 81 - They need a center. It is known. Titans: ILB Adam Lovelace 6-2 234 R Vanderbilt [Mike] 80 - Not a need pick for this year, but Lovelace can learn from Jackie Eaton before taking over for him. Thought about mocking them a WR, but KEVIN FUCKING WILLIAMS catches all the balls anyway. Bucs: DT Omar Adcock 6-5 311 R Fresno State [1-Gap] 80 - The Bucs want a long-term solution at the position, and Forest Williams isn't it. He's a nice guy, though! Jets: WR Morgan Patton 6-3 193 R Penn State [Target] 81 - Now that Wegert is locked up, the Jets needs some targets for him to throw to. Since New York has about 1.5 useful WRs on the roster (depending on if Adam Coles knows his routes or that's been knocked out of him) Patton makes a lot of sense here. Packers: OT D.J. Franklin 6-6 302 R Montana [Pass Blocking] 82 - BPA pick, but Bouman and Hughes are getting up there in age. Patriots: FS Khalil Dennis 6-2 219 R Vanderbilt [Zone Coverage] 81 - Dennis will fit much better alongside Norris Nolan than penciled-in starter Robert Pendleton. Eagles: OLB Evan Walsh 5-11 218 R Nevada [Coverage] 81 - This works out perfectly for the Eagles. The linebacking corps needs an injection of fresh, young blood and Walsh is probably a mid-first talent that slid. Raiders: TE Manny Ferguson 6-3 205 R Boston College [Receiving] 81 - One replacement for soon-to-retire Super Bowl winner Brian Gary coming right up! Saints: OLB Phillip Davenport 5-11 226 R Arizona [Blitz] [0/C] 80 - As things stand right now Jamir Sample would be a starting OLB. That probably isn't ideal. Chargers: OT Brian Chavez 6-1 299 R Baylor [Pass Blocking] 82 - Disclosure time: I originally had a trade mocked where Cincy would move up to get Chavez. Then I realized they signed Demetrius Jett in FA. So no trade and instead pumph can't pass up on this value. Getting two young bookends minimizes the potential loss of Hendricks. Bills: RB DeSean Dockery 5-10 201 R Louisville [Speed] [+1] 81 - They're not really going to start Mattison, are they? Bengals: OG Josh Jones 6-4 308 R Missouri [Pass Blocking] 80 - Cincy badly needs some talent here also. Cardinals: WR Daniel Hobbs 6-4 219 R Missouri [Target] 80 - Now that Zona's locked into the Paul Davenport Experience for a couple of years, you gotta keep him happy. So here's a new toy for him to throw at. Texans: C Javon Hargrove 6-3 251 R Houston [Pass Blocking] 80 - The Texans simply go across town a little ways to find their new anchor in the middle. Jaguars: QB Jordan North 6-1 230 R Temple [Hybrid] [0] 81 - Soluna briefly dipped a toe into the Paul Davenport pool before deciding not to. There's a cluster of QBOTFs to look at here, but perhaps the Jags are looking for a more mobile QB that can still sling it to Raheem and (maybe) Faneca. North is an intriguing option after tearing it up at Temple. Seahawks: C Riley McDunnough 6-2 268 R McNeese State [Pass Blocking] 80 - Seattle has quite a few holes they can fill, but here we'll go with a center. Still on the board: QB Will Chacko 6-1 203 R NDSU [Hybrid] [0] 81, QB Andre Webb 5-11 213 R SMU [Pocket] [+1] 81, OT Anthony Krause 6-4 329 R Tennessee [Run Blocking] [0] 81, RB Evan Grant 6-0 194 R Georgia State [Power] [0] 81, CB Kyle Cunningham 6-4 183 R Baylor [Zone Coverage] 80, DT Omar Adcock 6-5 311 R Fresno State [1-Gap] 80, SS Shaq Turner 5-9 192 R Texas State [Zone Coverage] 82. Sir Not-Appearing-In-This-Mock: (Sorry, Indy, you're on your own. You're more than welcome to do a three four seventy-five round mock to get your picks in!) EDIT: And . Sorry I didn't include you the first time, you were all holed up in your cave so I forgot about you.
    11. Jieret

      [CFBHC/NFLHC] Available Teams

      Updated August 12 Remember: Conference commissioners have final say in approving coaches to prospective jobs. First come does not guarantee first serve, although it may be a factor. Available jobs: Conference USA Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders Independents New Mexico State Aggies Mid-American Conference Kent State Golden Flashes Miami (OH) Redhawks Northern Illinois Huskies Mountain West Conference San Jose State Spartans UNLV Rebels Pacific-12 Conference Oregon State Beavers Sun Belt Conference Georgia State Panthers Troy Trojans Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) New Hampshire Wildcats Harvard Crimson James Madison Dukes Illinois State Redbirds Youngstown State Penguins North Dakota State Bison Eastern Washington Eagles South Dakota State Jackrabbits Montana Grizzlies North Dakota Fighting Hawks Northern Iowa Panthers
    12. You'll submit/paste it in this forum. As long as the lines are correct it doesn't matter.
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      2. Rome

        Rome

        This is not properly updated. It is not giving playoff teams their proper point values. Utah only gets 30, I only get 31. The new update says it is 32.

      3. Jamarquan

        Jamarquan

        Thanks! Shame I lost points though...

      4. Jamarquan

        Jamarquan

        Thanks! Shame I lost points though...

    13. Jieret

      CFBHC v1.5e

      One last question: We're going into the 2022 season. Is X the reg. season win total from 2020 or 2021?
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