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    jmjacobs

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    1. [2021] Pre-Season AP Poll

    2. [2021] UDFA Results

      I added all of them to the respective FA thread except ILB Austin Clemons 6-1 253 R Stanford [Mike] 70 I know we submitted a bid on him and he's listed as no bids
    3. [2021] Pre-Season Sign Ups [OWNERS]

      vs. NO vs. NYJ @ JAX @ LV
    4. [2021] 1st Round Rookie Salary Negotiations

      CB Kevin McQueen 5-11 176 R UCF [Man Coverage] 80 4 years // 14.0 million // 50.00% Guaranteed G//3.0//2.0//1.0//1.0//Total:7.0 $//0.5//1.5//2.5//2.5//Total:7.0 Total//3.5//3.5//3.5//3.5//Total:14.0 Value//6.26506406946
    5. 1. Los Angeles Chargers - OLB Shane Easley 6-4 236 R Penn State [Blitz] 83 Easley's the pretty obvious pick here, unless the Chargers decide to give up on Matty Swift for whatever reason or manage to trade down in the next 24 hours. LA's pass rush will be pretty good with this pick, as they'll have used their last 3 first round picks on pass rushers. 2. Washington Redskins - QB Mohammed Foster 6-0 194 R West Virginia [Scrambling] 82 The Redskins lack any major stars on the offensive side of the ball, with Sam Hiller-Weeden being the only young and talented player there. With Easley gone, it seems obvious the Redskins go for a QB, the question is if it's MoFo or Bowman. We're going with MoFo here because we believe he has the higher ceiling and the Redskins need the firepower to turn their team around. 3. Buffalo Bills - QB Tanner Bowman 6-2 203 R Penn State [Pocket] 82 We struggled a bit with this pick as the Bills' needs don't really align with the positional value and talent available here. I think when the actual draft comes around they'll try to trade down, but since we can't do that here we do the next best thing and take Bowman. They can sit him for a year and just use Kamau Davis as a 1-year rental, which will hopefully solve their QB woes. 4. New England Patriots - WR Luke Cobb 6-5 198 R Florida State [Speed] 81 The Patriots again put us in a tough spot here, ideally they want a QB but with MoFo and Bowman off the board, the Patriots are forced to do something else here. With multiple 80+ DT's on the roster, we don't think the Pats go Sila here, instead we think they try and improve their ageing WR corps and maybe controversially go Luke Cobb. 5. Chicago Bears - OT/OG Beckett Miller 6-1 300 R Oklahoma State [Pass Blocking] 82 Former first round pick Fred Huber has been a complete disappointment at OT, and the Bears offensive line has been weak in general, allowing the 7th most sacks with the 6th lowest overall o-line rating. With Brooksheer starting to run out of time to prove himself, we think that Chicago's best bet is for the team to attempt to upgrade in the trenches here and give him more time to throw. And you know that stormstopper will love picking a Big 12 player. 6. Minnesota Vikings - DT Sila Lotomau 6-5 296 R Hawaii [2-Gap] 82 The Minnesota defensive line lacks any elite player, as Jared Lee, an 83 overall DT pending retirement is currently the highest rated player on their defensive line. Sila Lotomau looks like he's going to be a beast in the NFL, and seems like a great fit for the Vikings to be able to bring pressure to LeCount, JJ4MVP, and Brooksheer. 7. Arizona Cardinals - DE Josiah Harden 6-3 249 R North Carolina [Blitz] 82 The Cardinals have a bit of a weakness at DE right now, with Keith Hooks being more of a DT anyway. Omar McManus is an OK starter but the team could use an upgrade. Harden is the best DE available and should help improve a Cardinals pass rush that was one of NFLHC's worst in 2020. Arizona will likely go BPA anyway, but Harden likely fits both that and a need so it's a nice marriage here. 8. Tennessee Titans - C Dean Strauss 6-3 284 R Auburn [Pass Blocking] 82 The Titans seem to have a large hole on the offensive line at Center, currently playing a 77 overall Rob Johnston. With the arrival of new franchise QB Thomas Wheeler, it makes sense for the Titans to take the best Center available and shore up their OL. 9. New Orleans Saints - DE Javier Grady 6-1 238 R North Texas [Blitz] 81 The Saints could use a nice WR2 to pair up with Sean Jenkins, but they'd be fools not to make defense a priority. We deliberated between a few players here but we ended up going with Javier Grady. He has proven production (albeit in a questionable conference) but is a relatively safe pick which is something they could use on the defensive side of the ball. The secondary will remain a concern with this pick but a good pass rush should help that out. 10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - ILB Garrett Holliday 6-3 234 R Arizona State [Mike] 81 1 season after passing on Akeel at ILB and drafting Blakely, the Bucs decide to go ILB here with Holliday. He had a very solid pro day and seems to be the clear top ILB in this draft. With only 2 ILB's on the roster, and the best a 6 year 80 overall vet, it makes sense for the Bucs to go this route. 11. Cincinnati Bengals - WR J.C. Weldon 6-2 183 R West Virginia [Target] 82 JC Weldon slips out of the top 10 and the Bengals are happy to scoop him up at this spot. Joel King lost two of his top receivers, so taking Rodney Montgomery and replacing him with Weldon will make King a very happy quarterback. GM DangerZoneh will be very happy to go from being destroyed by Weldon in the Big 12 Championship to having him on his team. Danger needs to tell the shoutbox how good King's second half was again, he can only do that by taking a WR here. 12. New York Giants - FS D'Qwell Moore 6-3 203 R Florida State [Zone Coverage] 81 The Giants problem as a team is definitely on offense, but there are also issues elsewhere on the team as their safeties are pretty terrible. There's enough depth in this class that the Giants should feel comfortable grabbing someone in the 2nd if they want to fix their WR issues, and fixing the safety position could help a defense that mightily declined in 2020 recover to 2019 form. Moore had a very good pro day and combine and would be a great boost to the Giants secondary. 13. Buffalo Bills - CB Kevin McQueen 5-11 176 R UCF [Man Coverage] 80 Wow, when you look at the Bills depth chart, and their CB's... not good. The Bills somehow here have the pick of any CB in the draft, which we know won't happen irl, as like half the good CB's will be gone by this pick. Despite this, we go McQueen here, he had a solid pro day, and plays man coverage and would instantly become their CB1. 14. Kansas City Chiefs - CB Andrew Boyd 5-10 175 R Boston College [Man Coverage] 81 What the Chiefs could really use here is a QB to replace Thomas Wheeler, but obviously no one left is worth the pick. The Chiefs settle for a year-too-late replacement for George Brady in Andrew Boyd. Walker and Boyd paired up could be one of the league's better pair of playmakers at the corner position and set up the Kansas City defense to improve steadily going into the future. 15. Cleveland Browns - OLB Caleb McNamara 6-2 217 R Vanderbilt [Coverage] 81 With the looming potential retirement of both current starting OLB's, it makes sense for the Browns to go young here and get the second best OLB in the class after Easley. The Browns with a solid young defensive core of Thomas, McNamara and Marshall seems like it makes a lot of sense, and could help them compete or win the AFC North. 16. Miami Dolphins - WR Tyron Chambers 6-4 220 R Arkansas [Target] 82 Miami could really use another target for Brian Brown, and they'd be very happy if Chambers fell into their laps at #16 without even needing to trade up. Chambers could immediately play even WR1 for the Dolphins and could potentially help re-elevate this offense to the best in the league level they haven't hit in a couple of seasons. 17. Arizona Cardinals - RB DeNorris Jackson 6-0 235 R UCF [Power] 80 The Marshawn experiment will soon be over with the pick here of DNJ. There are many ways this pick can go, but I think to truly bring the Cardinals to the next level, they will need a solid RB, and DNJ, who led UCF to a title game appearance can help new QB T-Rod bring balance to the offense. 18. Pittsburgh Steelers - DE Carlos Washington 6-0 261 R Michigan [Blitz] 80 The Steelers offense is looking pretty damn solid on paper, so we projected that they're most likely to want to upgrade at DE or CB, two positions where there is a solid level of talent in this class. We ended up with Washington as there is a relatively sharp drop off in DE talent after him and Deyonta Davis. Washington blew up the combine and had a very impressive pro day so he would be a nice pick to inject some lifeblood into a Steelers DE room that might as well be geriatric in NFLHC terms 19. Atlanta Falcons - OG LaMichael Harley 6-2 297 R Michigan [Pass Blocking] 80 The Falcons after losing Hadley currently have a 75 overal player as their top OG. I think it's obvious here, one to help with run blocking for Akili, and to protect AJJ, the Falcons take the best OG here in Harley. An All-american, Harley will be an immediate starter for the Falcons, and makes too much sense here. 20. Philadelphia Eagles - CB Sean Taylor 5-9 193 R Western Michigan [Man Coverage] 81 The Eagles don't have too many glaring holes on this roster, but one noticeable issue here is that their CBs are all pretty old. Taylor is pretty solid all around and can come in immediately and at worst play slot corner for them. Taylor seems like a good draft-and-develop candidate who doesn't necessarily have to make a huge impact off the bat but should start solidly from his second year on. 21. Denver Broncos - DE Deyonte Davis 6-4 265 R Tennessee State [Blitz] 80 Denver does not shy away from taking players from small schools, and we see no difference here, as they take the last DE with first round potential here in Davis. He would become an immediate starter to play alongside Johnson. Denver doesn't have many holes on their team, and they could go CB here after Mitchell seems to be a bust, but I think DE makes more sense here for the Broncos. 22. Indianapolis Colts - RB Marshawn Miller 6-1 225 R Connecticut [Speed] 81 The Colts direction, assuming DeNorris Jackson or Marshawn Miller are still available at this juncture, seems relatively obvious. They took Elijah Harden at 65 last year but seem to have mostly given up on him as he's already been put on the block and the team's been poking around for RB help. Miller is still here, had a good combine and pro day, and seems like a slam dunk pick for an Indy team that desperately needs balance on offense. 23. San Francisco 49ers - OLB Brandon Thomas 6-3 229 R Bowling Green [Blitz] 81 SF could go a few different routes here, but Brandon Thomas makes sense here, as he'd be an immediate starter alongside Chris Reed. Marshawn going the pick before might upset the 49ers, who haven't been happy with McCray, but with him off the board, it might come down to OG or OLB. With OL typically falling in the draft, the 49ers decide to complete their LB Corps with Reed, Thomas, and Smart. 24. Detroit Lions - CB Kordell McKinnon 6-0 195 R Michigan State [Zone Coverage] 81 Kordell McKinnon is a cornerback. He is designated as zone coverage. He attended Michigan State. SlinkyJr is the Lions head coach. 25. Baltimore Ravens - WR Hakeem Black 6-2 208 R California [Target] 81 Outside of David Wells, who is currently unhappy with his counterparts, the Ravens lack a WR2 to help either Watkins or Fisher in the passing game. It makes sense here for the Ravens to take the best WR available in Black, as Smiley and Byrne are not the answer. A better passing game can only help solid looking rookie RB Moussa Goode, this pick makes a lot of sense to us. 26. Arizona Cardinals - OT Kevin Grey 6-5 260 R USC [Pass Blocking] 81 The Cardinals could go in a few directions with their third first rounder. Ultimately, we thought their most dire need still remaining was at offensive tackle where there are only two currently on roster. randy opts here for the second best OT on the board in Grey who put up an impressive 35 reps at the combine and had a solid showing at his pro day. He can slot in at LT while fellow USC alumnus Jack Allen slides over to the right. 27. Dallas Cowboys - WR Geno Harris 6-5 225 R Ole Miss [Target] 80 The Cowboys are interesting team to mock here, they can draft a future starter at DT like they've done with Burnett at QB, they could draft a CB2 finally, but does Bleeker really seem like a 1st round CB? I think the Cowboys go WR here to provide their new QB a new weapon. After seemingly ruining Franklin's development and him being already unhappy, Harris here makes sense with the pick. 28. Los Angeles Rams - OT Damian Mason 6-3 296 R Tennessee [Pass Blocking] 81 The Rams are a very hard team to pick for, and all needs that are significant in anyway don't offer any value at this juncture at all. They have two ok options at RT but both have been stagnating to an extent and have contracts expiring soon. Mason offers a high potential scouting grade and LA could sit him or even justify starting him immediately. Darrell Murphy will always welcome a boost to his o-line. 29. New York Jets - WR Adam Coles 6-0 198 R Pittsburgh [Speed] 81 The Jets really need another WR, and guess what, the best WR happened to play for Jumbo. Seems like a logical fit for him. Even after Wegert had some low-key great seasons, he needs another weapon on the offensive side of the ball. If not WR, maybe they look at ILB to replace FA Zion Adakwa. 30. Houston Texans - DT Hudson Adam 6-0 310 R West Virginia [2-Gap] 81 The Texans just traded away Kendall Hill and new GM Rome is committed to rebuilding the defense. Well guess who just fell into Houston's lap? Hudson Adam slides all the way to #30 and if this happens I think Rome runs directly to the podium without considering trades or any other players, really. 31. Las Vegas Raiders - OT Joel Snow 6-4 265 R Michigan State [Run Blocking] 81 The Raiders fresh off a super bowl appearance look to shore up their OL here with you know nothing Joel Snow. With McKelvey considering retirement and Lee not the long term solution at OT, it makes sense to go OT. We also considered going OLB here, but after +1 and +2 progressions from their current OLB's we felt this was the bigger need. 32. Green Bay Packers - ILB Jamal Harley 6-3 222 R Illinois [Mike] 81 The Packers don't have many holes, but one position where they could really use some new blood is ILB. 2019 first round pick at ILB Peyton Roaches has been largely disappointing, but he wasn't inspiral's pick so he could perhaps be convinced to use a pick on an ILB again. Harley was very solid in college and his combine and pro day shows that he has the ability to become a complete 3-down inside linebacker. Hard to pass up at this point. Send all complaints to Jumbo but if you really want to know: Jumbo did mostly even picks, I did mostly odd picks.
    6. [2021] Jumbo and jmjacobs Mock Draft

      0/10 mock draft, which is also the amount of CB's taken in the first 10 picks
    7. Contract Lookup Thread v2.0

      "new" Cap sheet https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1NlDZS03SBD0OgA-NSEzRcWmFzGfloEOyf3P8Vb6cpUM/edit?usp=sharing
    8. [2021] Detroit Lions announce front office change

      On mobile, but just wanted to thank Franz for his work and wish him good luck in his next role. I will be returning to my old position as Owner/GM but may consider candidates in the future for the GM position later in the offseason. If you are interested feel free to PM me about it. Any team interested in making trades/ open trade dialogues please PM as well.
    9. [2020] Bowl Games - Day #12

      You had one job Tennessee... keep MSU under 11 wins....
    10. NFL Starting QB History

      Detroit Lions: http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=List_of_starting_quarterbacks_in_the_National_Football_League and http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=List_of_Detroit_Lions_starting_quarterbacks
    11. [Survey] Alumni Network

      Michigan, 2015
    12. B1G All-Time Stats

      also updated
    13. B1G All-Time Stats

      https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1E8uZg9dhbu511lQEOqt2VH4_eyEcnpCsz3z7UNRrrug/edit?usp=sharing As of 2019, will add 2020 after the season is over Some stats were not tracked on the wiki for particular years so that data is missing
    14. [2020] B1G Statbook

      updated
    15. [2020] B1G Statbook

      Similar to Sage I was planning on keeping track of B1G Stats. I will bump the thread after I update stats https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12PrE_qxJ_vwmoGdSj8705uiLNP-9o2ANzfgUSDEheJ8/edit?usp=sharing
    16. Jamzz

      You are approved for Indiana. Apply for access on the interface and post here as well: http://cfbhc.com/index.php?/topic/19031-account-elevation-requests/
    17. RAHBANGAS

      A member of the site had messaged me about this job weeks ago, but because of our rule of no job switching during the season I told him to wait to apply until the season was over (unless someone new to the site applied with many weeks left in the season, in that case it is in my best interest to have the job filled and have them recruit, etc.). Given that it's already Wednesday, regular recruiting is over, and Soluna has most likely already simmed the games, the season is essentially over for both teams, and I think only fair to let him have the job. @Jamzz if you would like to make a formal post Saturday after evening games are posted I will approve you for the position. I do welcome you to the site however, and there are plenty of other positions open as well as the addition of the Sun Belt, enjoy the site!
    18. Week 4 Liberty at Michigan table { width: 100%; border-spacing: 0; } table td { padding: 3px; } tr { background-color: #FFF; } tr:nth-child(even){ background-color: #EAEAEA; } table.boxscore tr { background-color: #fff; } table.boxscore td { font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 90%; text-align: center; border: 1px solid #D3D3D3; border-right: 0px; border-top: 0px; } table.boxscore td:first-of-type { border-left: 0px; } table.boxscore tr:first-of-type td, table.boxscore tr:last-of-type td { border-bottom: 0px; } table.compare td { font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 80%; text-align: center; } table td.block { height: 35px; text-align: center; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 100%; background-color: #00004c; color: #fff; font-weight: bold; } table td.teamspecific { width: 49%; min-width: 400px; display:inline-block; } table td.teamspecific td.stat{ text-align: left; } table td.teamspecific td.name{ text-align: left; } table td.teamspecific td.stat.name{ width: 12%; background-color: #BBB; font-weight:bold; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 80%; } table td.teamspecific td.label { width: 40%; background-color: #BBB; font-weight: bold; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 80%; text-align: left; } @media (max-width: 840px) { table td.teamspecific{ width: 100%; } } table { width: 100%; border-spacing: 0; } table td { padding: 3px; } tr { background-color: #FFF; } tr:nth-child(even){ background-color: #EAEAEA; } table.boxscore tr { background-color: #fff; } table.boxscore td { font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 90%; text-align: center; border: 1px solid #D3D3D3; border-right: 0px; border-top: 0px; } table.boxscore td:first-of-type { border-left: 0px; } table.boxscore tr:first-of-type td, table.boxscore tr:last-of-type td { border-bottom: 0px; } table.compare td { font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 80%; text-align: center; } table td.block { height: 35px; text-align: center; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 100%; background-color: #00004c; color: #fff; font-weight: bold; } table td.teamspecific { width: 49%; min-width: 400px; display:inline-block; } table td.teamspecific td.stat{ text-align: left; } table td.teamspecific td.name{ text-align: left; } table td.teamspecific td.stat.name{ width: 12%; background-color: #BBB; font-weight:bold; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 80%; } table td.teamspecific td.label { width: 40%; background-color: #BBB; font-weight: bold; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 80%; text-align: left; } @media (max-width: 840px) { table td.teamspecific{ width: 100%; } }
    19. [2020] B1G Statbook

      updated
    20. vollmagnet

      post here: http://cfbhc.com/index.php?/topic/19031-account-elevation-requests/ and apply for Rutgers on the interface
    21. vollmagnet

      it's been 2 weeks, you are approved for Rutgers, welcome back
    22. [2020] B1G Statbook

      updated
    23. [2020] B1G Statbook

      updated
    24. [2020] Week #13 - Saturday Afternoon

      nice to have Iowa restart the tradition
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