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  1. 1. Christian Skaggs, QB, Florida State to Carolina Panthers Schefter's Grade: A+ PFF Grade: 97.5 Positive: Lock for Hall of Fame Negative: Has struggled in the post-season but not everything may be on him. Player's Fate: At Panthers, unquestioned starter and team leader 2. Jason Johnson, QB, UCLA to Green Bay Packers Schefter's Grade: A- PFF Grade: 88.6 Positive: Two Super Bowls Negative: Traded down from #1 to take Johnson, looked shaky for years but has cemented his status in recent years Player's Fate: At Packers, unquestioned starter and team leader 3. Allan Taylor, QB, Virginia Tech to New Orleans Saints Schefter's Grade: C PFF Grade: 85.6 Positive: Player evaluation was good Negative: Did not leave a mark with Saints before being shipped off, mismanagement of the pick Player's Fate: At Eagles, unquestioned starter and team leader and best dual-threat Quarterback in NFLHC 4. Walt Peck, WR, Penn State to St. Louis Rams Schefter's Grade: A PFF Grade: 90.0 Positive: Top wide receiver in the early years of NFLHC and likely Hall of Fame candidate Negative: Has fallen off significantly, though still active, position may have been overvalued Player's Fate: At Rams, unquestioned starter and team leader 5. Larry Reeves, SS, Tennessee to Jacksonville Jaguars Schefter's Grade: B- PFF Grade: 75.6 Positive: Still active, still with team Negative: Extremely overdrafted with who was left on the board Player's Fate: At Jaguars, unquestioned starter and team leader 6. Chester Henson, RB, USC to Minnesota Vikings Schefter's Grade: B PFF Grade: 91.1 Positive: Lock for Hall of Fame, likely the reason for the first Super Bowl Negative: May have overvalued position in the initial draft, lacked depth at key positions because of pick Player's Fate: At Steelers, transition toward retirement workload 7. Marcellus Peterson, OT, Alabama to Miami Dolphins Schefter's Grade: A PFF Grade: 95.5 Positive: Lock for Hall of Fame Negative: - Player's Fate: At Dolphins, unquestioned starter and team leader 8. David Wilburn, CB, Stanford to Atlanta Falcons Schefter's Grade: A+ PFF Grade: 97.2 Positive: Lock for Hall of Fame Negative: - Player's Fate: At Falcons, unquestioned starter and team leader 9. Andre Brooks, ILB, Wisconsin to New England Patriots Schefter's Grade: A- PFF Grade: 88.5 Positive: Lock for Hall of Fame Negative: Patriots shipped him off at the right time but got most of his value, has struggled in recent seasons but mostly due to aging Player's Fate: At Buccaneers, unquestioned starter and team leader 10. Jim Otto, OT, Colorado to Pittsburgh Steelers (became Indianapolis Colts prior to season) Schefter's Grade: F PFF Grade: 19.5 Positive: Appears to be a decent offensive line coach Negative: Let me tell you the story of Jim Otto the fat Player's Fate: Retired, bust. 11. Darrell Murphy, QB, Wisconsin to St. Louis Rams Schefter's Grade: A PFF Grade: 80.9 Positive: Career starter for the Rams and has been a rock through turmoil Negative: Good but not great Player's Fate: At Rams, unquestioned starter and team leader 12. David Wilson, G, Oklahoma to Oakland Raiders Schefter's Grade: A PFF Grade: 93.1 Positive: Lock for Hall of Fame Negative: - Player's Fate: At Raiders, unquestioned starter and team leader 13. James Bush, RB, Notre Dame to Jacksonville Jaguars Schefter's Grade: D PFF Grade: 61.9 Positive: Showed flashes but never truly developed Negative: Bust but not complete garbage. Will not be remembered. Player's Fate: Retired, bust. 14. Kareem Taylor, QB, Notre Dame to Jacksonville Jaguars Schefter's Grade: C- PFF Grade: 66.3 Positive: Journeyman quarterback, decent backup Negative: Seemed to be an okay starter in early years but had no longevity. Player's Fate: At Titans, backup to Thomas Wheeler 15. Don Williams, RB, Washington to Cleveland Browns Schefter's Grade: C- PFF Grade: 68.2 Positive: Decent in early years, the RB version of Kareem Taylor Negative: Flamed out early, partially due to injuries Player's Fate: Retired. 16. Alvis Brumm, DE, Penn State to New York Jets Schefter's Grade: A+ PFF Grade: 98.6 Positive: Lock for Hall of Fame Negative: Never truly dictated the game himself with monster games. Player's Fate: At Jets, unquestioned starter and team leader.
  2. If something is incorrect it's because of your capsheet. Listed by total value of current contract (option years are listed as 1 year contracts for this purpose only). You are welcome to use this when thinking about re-signings going forward. Top QBs will always want to be paid the most. Aaron Shea (IND): 1st year of 5 years, 125 million (88% GTD) Erik Wegert (NYJ): 2nd year of 5 years, 125 million (82% GTD) Todd Lester (SF): 2nd year of 5 years, 120 million (82% GTD) Aaron Devereaux (NO): 2nd year of 5 years, 120 million (82% GTD) Brian Vardell (MIN): 3rd year of 5 years, 120 million (58% GTD) Brian Brown (MIA): 3rd year of 5 years, 120 million (87% GTD) Christian Skaggs (CAR): 5th year of 5 years, 112.5 million (67% GTD) Ryan Clark (CLE): 3rd year of 5 years, 110 million (65% GTD) Darrell Murphy (LAR): 4th year of 5 years, 107.5 million (50% GTD) Nick Hall (LV): 4th year of 5 years, 105 million (50% GTD) Allan Taylor (PHI): 5th year of 5 years, 102.5 million (50% GTD) Taylor Heiden (TB): 3rd year of 5 years, 75 million (UNKNOWN GTD DUE TO CAPSHEET) Thomas Wheeler (TEN): 3rd year of 3 years, 64.5 million (71% GTD) Joel King (CIN): 1st year of 3 years, 57 million (51% GTD) Norris Brooksheer (PIT): 2nd year of 3 years, 57 million (91% GTD) Jason Johnson (GB): 1st year of 3 years, 51 million (50% GTD) Todd Jennings (DEN): 2nd year of 3 years, 48 million (85% GTD) Taylor Rodriguez (JAX): 2nd year of 2 years, 37 million (56% GTD) Jarius Jones (SEA): 2nd year of 2 years, 34 million (74% GTD) Matt Jones (BUF): 2nd year of 4 years, 26 million (50% GTD) Paul Davenport (ARI): 2nd year of 2 years, 22.5 million (69% GTD) Mohammed Foster (CHI): 3rd year of 4 years, 22 million (72% GTD) Tanner Bowman (WAS): 3rd year of 4 years, 22 million (50% GTD) Ryan Harris (KC): 2nd year of 4 years, 18 million (50% GTD) Graham Burnett (DAL): 4th year of 4 years, 18 million (50% GTD) Donald Culver (ATL): 2nd year of 4 years, 18 million (50% GTD) Alex Leshoure (HOU): 1st year of 1 year team option, 17.5 million (100% GTD) Brett Fisher (BAL): 4th year of 4 years, 14 million (50% GTD) Luke Trickett (NE): 3rd year of 4 years, 7 million (50% GTD) Matty Swift (LAC): Not under contract in 2023. Will Thompson (NYG): Not under contract in 2023. Rob LeCount (DET): Not under contract in 2023.
  3. Noah Barney went fourth overall in the 2022 draft to the Chargers, who had a clear need at the position. He's filled that void and then some rounding out a much needed resurgence for the Chargers offensive line. Barney stepped right into a starting role and routinely dominated opponents, mixing great footwork with incredible power. Outside of a few rookie struggles he executed nearly every block flawlessly, clearing the way for a decent year for quarterback Matty Swift. While the Chargers run game has struggled mightily, likely due to opponents keying in on the weakness, Barney has helped the keep Swift upright. With two games to go the Chargers have dropped from 56 sacks given up (32nd in 2021) to 45 sacks given up (still 32nd in 2022 but a marked improvement). Barney will continue to lead the future offense of the Chargers if they let him lead the way. Top 5 Rookie Lineman Grades (through 15 weeks): OG Noah Barney (LAC) - 8.95 OT D.J. Franklin (DAL) - 8.09 C Xavier Cuellar (BUF) - 8.06 C David Sutton (NE) - 7.67 OT Brian Chavez (CHI) - 7.40
  4. Note: These are the highest sim generated season grades for the offensive skill position players which take opponents into account as well as the skill of players associated with their role. So a QBs rating takes into consideration how well his o-line and receivers have played as well as how high of a skill the opponents have been. Maximum rating is 100.00. All ratings are through Week #9. This is not necessarily a comparative ranking of players in each group but more of a rating how well they've played this year up to this point. Quarterbacks Troy McMurray (94.39) - Senior (129/171 for 1847 yards (75.44%), 16 touchdowns, 1 interception; 49 attempts for 419 yards, 5 touchdowns) Eric McLean (92.64) - Senior (191/277 for 2567 yards (68.95%), 25 touchdowns, 3 interceptions) Akiem Williams III (90.53) - Senior (146/211 for 1939 yards (69.19%), 16 touchdowns, 3 interceptions; 45 attempts for 380 yards, 6 touchdowns) David Edmondson (87.85) - Junior (144/212 for 1844 yards (67.92%), 17 touchdowns, 2 interceptions) Bryce Thompson (87.61) - Junior (137/198 for 1900 yards (69.19%), 15 touchdowns, 3 interceptions; 51 attempts for 407 yards, 7 touchdowns) Running Backs DeSean Madison (95.15) - Junior (157 attempts for 1056 yards, 9 touchdowns, 2 fumbles, 1 lost) Solomon McLaughlin (95.09) - Junior (184 attempts for 1119 yards for 14 touchdowns, 4 fumbles, 3 lost) Franklin Riggins (91.25) - Senior (162 attempts for 1001 yards, 13 touchdowns, 1 fumble, 1 lost) Stephen Cunningham (89.63) - Sophomore (152 attempts for 928 yards, 14 touchdowns, 1 fumble, 0 lost) Maurice White (89.44) - Senior (161 attempts for 1029 yards, 12 touchdowns, 1 fumble, 0 lost) Wide Receivers Tyler Sterling (89.67) - Sophomore (49 receptions for 727 yards, 6 touchdowns, 0 drops) Gavin Faulk (89.46) - Senior (62 receptions for 843 yards, 9 touchdowns, 2 drops) Ryan Childs (89.02) - Senior (38 receptions for 706 yards, 10 touchdowns, 0 drops) Deontray Clay (87.26) - Sophomore (48 receptions for 733 yards, 6 touchdowns, 2 drops) Andrew Harrison (85.57) - Sophomore (43 receptions for 661 yards, 6 touchdowns, 1 drop) Tight Ends (Receiving) Jonas Schumacher (88.07) - Junior (37 receptions for 567 yards, 6 touchdowns, 0 drops) Jaime Bautista (86.59) - Senior (55 receptions for 695 yards, 6 touchdowns, 2 drops) Garrett Taylor (85.02) - Senior (36 receptions for 546 yards, 4 touchdowns, 0 drops) Kameron McCrary (82.46) - Freshman (44 receptions for 565 yards, 5 touchdowns, 0 drops) Anthony Adams (81.26) - Freshman (47 receptions for 624 yards, 4 touchdowns, 0 drops)
  5. Based on current team needs and PFF's evaluation of eligible talent, here's the PFF predicted Top 10 and the likelihood of pick based on only these factors for both the particular player and the position chosen: Buffalo Bills: 92% Matt Jones, 92% QB, Purdue Boilermakers New York Giants: 81% Khairi Bryant, 87% DE, Ohio State Buckeyes Cincinnati Bengals: 59% Noah Barney, 59% OG, Ohio State Buckeyes Los Angeles Chargers: 63% Trevon Yeldon, 71% RB, Oregon Ducks Los Angeles Chargers: 47% Kenyon Justice, 47% CB, Auburn Tigers Arizona Cardinals: 62% Shamar Ware, 62% DT, Penn State Nittany Lions Buffalo Bills: 38% Timothy Key, 52% DE, Florida Gators Jacksonville Jaguars: 56% Jarvis Ward, 66% WR, Texas A&M Aggies Minnesota Vikings: 51% Sebastian Smallwood, 83% DE, Alabama Crimson Tide San Francisco 49ers: 35% Brian Chavez, 43% OT, Baylor Bears
  6. Based on each team's highest overall strong safety after progressions and retirements. Evaluated by skill capability.
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