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Dacder last won the day on January 24

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    Western Michigan Broncos (2016), Colorado Buffaloes (2017-18), Fresno State Bulldogs (2020-21), UC Davis Aggies (2023-Present)
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    St. Louis Rams Scout (2016), Green Bay Packers GM (2017-18), Green Bay Packers Head Coach (2019), Baltimore Ravens GM (2020-21)
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  1. damn, great season Ravens, respect @Azul. KC vs JAX is gonna be one hell of a game.
  2. Thank you for your feedback about the 2024 Mockerena Beta! We'll be sure to iron out the bugs going into the full release version.
  3. 1. Cleveland Browns- QB Jake Davis 6-3 227 R Washington [Pocket] [0/C] 82 2. New York Giants- OLB Jordan Butler 6-0 221 R Nevada [Blitz] [0/C] 83 3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- CB Trevor McKinney 5-11 166 R Virginia Tech [Man Coverage] [0] 83 4. Denver Broncos- DE Oghale Adelangwe 6-4 241 R Penn State [Blitz] [+1] 83 5. New Orleans Saints- DE Damien Atkins 6-0 262 R Ohio State [Blitz] [0] [#] 82 6. Arizona Cardinals- CB Elijah Williams 6-1 199 R Oklahoma [Zone Coverage] [-2] 82 7. Cincinnati Bengals- RB Amral Brown 5-6 231 R Oklahoma State [Power] [0] [#] 82 8. Minnesota Vikings- DE Cece Condon 6-1 263 R Ohio State [Contain] [-2] 82 9. Los Angeles Chargers- QB Bryce Thompson 5-11 207 R Duke [Hybrid] [0/C] 81 10. Seattle Seahawks- WR Lucas Dykes 6-1 226 R Oklahoma [Target] [0] 82 11. New England Patriots- WR Jarvis Heard 5-9 195 R LSU [Speed] [0] 81 12. Houston Texans- C Nick Vaikauskas 6-3 293 R San Jose State [Pass Blocking] [0/C] 82 13. Pittsburgh Steelers- QB Zach Lombardi 6-3 200 R Navy [Hybrid] [0/C] 82 14. Carolina Panthers- DE Devin Blakely 6-2 256 R UCF [Blitz] [0] 81 15. New York Jets- RB DeSean Madison 5-7 222 R Western Michigan [Power] [0] 81 16. Los Angeles Rams- CB Logan Swain 6-1 187 R Louisville [Man Coverage] [0] 81 17. Vikings (From Indy)- OG Cyrus Naylor 6-4 322 R Florida [Run Blocking] [0/C] 82 18. Tennessee Titans- OG Kameron Suggs 6-1 274 R Florida State [Run Blocking] [+2/C] 81 19. Chicago Bears- DE Glenn Thorpe 6-0 271 R Clemson [Contain] [-2] 82 20. Philadelphia Eagles- ILB Soldier Brooks 6-4 237 R Virginia [Mike] [0/C] 82 21. Dallas Cowboys- RB Sean Meade 5-11 218 R Auburn [Power] [-2] 81 22. Buffalo Bills- OG Raphael Brannon 6-2 334 R Rice [Pass Blocking] [-1] [#] 81 23. Las Vegas Raiders- OT Gabe Morrison 6-4 278 R Michigan [Pass Blocking] [-1] 82 24. Green Bay Packers- DE Michael Britt 6-5 258 R Boston College [Contain] [+1/C] 81 25. Atlanta Falcons- QB Keith Jackson 6-0 191 R Western Michigan [Hybrid] [0] [+] 81 26. SF 49ers- DT Andrew Barron 6-2 318 R Nevada [2-Gap] [0/C] 81 27. Miami Dolphins- OLB Sam Caron 5-11 228 R Colorado [Blitz] [0/C] 82 28. Baltimore- OG Mario Lawton 6-3 273 R West Virginia [Run Blocking] [+1] 81 29. Jacksonville- DT Dominique Black 6-2 287 R Washington [1-Gap] [+1] 81 30. Washington- OG Nasir Pryor 6-4 314 R Mississippi State [Run Blocking] [0] 81 31. KC- ILB Garrett Powers 6-4 229 R Baylor [Mike] [+2/C] 81 32. Lions- WR Dominic Dixon 6-2 212 R Penn State [Target] [0] 81
  4. The randye debate in the shoutbox made me think it'd be pretty interesting to see who all I'd drafted and what their player lines are like now, and I figure some other people might want to check as well. I encourage you to, I'd forgotten a lot of these players and I found the results pretty interesting. 2018- ILB Peyton Roaches 6-2 224 5 LSU [Will] [0] 81 SS Julio Barnes 5-11 194 5 Utah [Man Coverage] [+1/C] 93 DT Bud Howard 6-2 301 5 LSU [2-Gap] [0] 82 RB Gil Novacek 5-11 188 5 Arizona [Power] [-1] 78 Julio Barnes was a massive success. The other three have ended up as replacement level starters/backups, I'd say given draft position that Roaches was a bust and the other two were successful picks. Hard to make a good draft with only four selections, pretty weak overall if I'm being honest with myself. 2019- FS Donovan Faulk 6-2 214 4 BYU [Man Coverage] [+1] 84 RB Jaz Durant 6-1 195 4 Auburn [Speed] [0] 85 CB Cameron Bowman 6-0 180 4 Arizona [Man Coverage] [+1] 89 OG John Young 6-6 291 4 LSU [Pass Blocking] [0] 80 CB Vontae Johnson 6-3 207 4 Stanford [Man Coverage] [0] 81 WR Roger Bailey 5-10 159 4 Oregon State [Speed] [-1] 78 Faulk ended up being a little bit of a bust since he isn't actually starting anymore, but he could probably be an upgrade for a few teams so not too bad for a 2nd. Durant has been good but not quite great for the Packers since his being drafted. Bowman was a really good pick, and Vontae Johnson was very good considering his draft position. John Young and Roger Bailey are meh, but neutral considering they were relatively late picks. This was probably my best draft overall and I'd say it went really well, especially since when I traded down from the first round I acquired what would become a top 10 pick in 2020 that inspiral used to select Lucas Hurd. 2020- QB Brett Fisher 6-2 211 3 Miami [Scrambling] [0] 86 RB Moussa Goode 6-1 198 3 Ohio State [Speed] [-2] 85 OT Arthur Taylor 6-8 280 3 Arizona State [Run Blocking] [0] 84 FB Kayden Dozier 5-10 228 3 Georgia [Run Blocking] [0] 84 OG Will Doughty 6-3 271 4 Alabama [Pass Blocking] [+1] 86 TE Floyd Arnold 6-2 233 3 Colorado State [Receiving] [0] 75 DE George Calvert 6-2 267 3 Minnesota [Blitz] [0] 74 WR Joseph Dickerson 5-11 158 3 Virginia Tech [Speed] [0] 77 Fisher ended up being a bust for the time being sadly. None of the 7th rounders really panned out to much, but the mid rounds for this draft were pretty solid imo, with Doughty probably being the highlight. Goode might not be a world beater but he's a solid back who just came in clutch against the Raiders. 2021- FS Traveon Howard 6-0 194 2 USF [Zone Coverage] [+1] 86 OT Mendy Cheney 6-3 291 2 Wisconsin [Pass Blocking] [0] 83 C Toma Malifa 6-1 258 2 Tennessee [Run Blocking] [-1] 80 ILB Samuel Sands 6-2 243 2 Vanderbilt [Will] [+2] 79 WR Sean Waller 6-2 167 2 USC [Speed] [0] 80 SS Jonah Parker 6-3 208 2 Boise State [Man Coverage] [0] 81 RB Davey Jones 5-10 177 2 Richmond [Speed] [0] 75 OLB Nick Jones 6-2 192 2 Eastern Washington [Blitz] [+1] 75 DT Keith Small 6-4 334 2 Maryland [2-Gap] [-1] 70 K Trent Michaels 6-3 194 2 Central Michigan [Power] [0] 77 WR Samuel Ritter 6-2 218 2 Pittsburgh [Target] [-2] 73 I said at the time of this draft that, given the weak talent pool, I wanted to shore up depth and maybe upgrade a position or two, which is basically exactly what happened. Traveon Howard has played very well so far in his career. Aside from that there are like 5 lower end starters/high end backups in here, which is pretty solid imo though, again, unexciting. I think this draft has some serious potential to continue as it develops though, Cheney and Malifa could be pretty good, Traveon has pro bowl potential and in limited playing time Nick Jones has had flashes of brilliance. 2022- DE Lucas Benton 5-10 235 1 Michigan [Blitz] [-1] 80 QB Mikeal Black 5-11 189 1 Iowa [Scrambling] [0] 79 CB Bernard McLeod 5-9 183 1 Ohio State [Zone Coverage] [-1] 78 RB Gabriel Shields 5-11 176 1 Michigan State [Speed] [+2/C] 72 RB Walter Gray 5-8 194 1 Sam Houston State [Power] [0] 72 OLB Felix Hinojosa 6-2 245 1 Indiana [Blitz] [+3] 70 Benton ended up being pretty good, though he fell off a bit this year. McLeod has been okay afaik as a nickel. Mobile QB named Black #1 on the Ravens is garbage. The three late rounders haven't done anything yet but it's too early too call it. This draft was sabotaged massively by the Kenyatta Henderson trade which was obviously a big success so far, but still not very happy with how this one has turned out thus far. Overall it seems by looking at it like I'm pretty good at finding starter caliber players in the mid rounds but I struggle with picking early rounders which leads to a lot of busts. That's not entirely new information to me but it is interesting to see it so clearly here. It seems like the positions I'm best at drafting are Cornerback and Safety, while the worst for me has been quarterback and linebacker. Hopefully as I continue to work with Jacobs and Slinky those weaknesses will be shored up.
  5. QB Felix Luck 6-1 234 (Sr) Denison (Denison, TX) 4.5 of 4.5 [Pocket] is the extremely obvious answer. He carried my offense and is top 5 in the country is the volume passing stats. He's been especially good since I scheme switched halfway through the season. He's filled every expectation and then some. Other major contributors include: WR Troylen Bolden 6-3 193 Sr Hoover (San Diego, CA) 4.5 of 4.5 [Target] WR Dareion Stallworth 6-5 178 Fr Montclair Prep (Van Nuys, CA) 1.0 of 5.0 [Target] Both of whom have over 1000 receiving yards and 10 receiving TD, and who have helped Luck immensely. DE Leeshawn Barrett 6-2 295 Sr San Marino (San Marino, CA) 3.0 of 3.0 [Contain] He led the FCS with 11 sacks, shockingly enough. CB Andrew Jones 6-1 177 Sr Rancho Cucamonga (CA) 3.0 of 3.0 [Zone Coverage] He tied for first in the FCS in interceptions with 7. Without him and Leeshawn my defense would not have been nearly so effective, so I have to give major props to them for stepping up despite 3.0 ratings.
  6. Felix: "I'm not sure. I don't really think too hard about awards like that, you know?" Dareion: "Aw come on Felix, you don't have to be so humble, we both know, and everyone in our locker room does too, that you deserve that award more than anybody." Felix: "Well, if you say so Dareion, but there are a lot of talented guys in the FCS this year. Honestly I'm just too focused on the playoffs to worry much about individual achievements. Though you should definitely win some sort of award for being the best freshman in college football this year Dareion." Dareion: "Haha, damn straight. I'll see you up at the podium."
  7. "Our boys know not to take anything for granted. We're gonna keep doing what we've done all year, take it game by game, don't get too stressed out, keep everyone loose, and have some fun. This is a great opportunity for these players and we want to make the most of it."
  8. Luck: "It's interesting to compare. I haven't really thought much about it. I guess there wouldn't be quite as much hype or glory at this level, after all it's not as popular and the level of competition isn't as high. At the same time I really love this team and I think this year has been the most fun I've had in my college career. At TCU, it was great, but it was very cut throat. You were always in a position battle, everyone was, and that sort of limited our chemistry. At Davis it's a lot more like a group of friends playing together, it's not as serious and the atmosphere is much more relaxed. So on a greater scale the championship would mean less, and it's less stressful to think about, but you know, I'd really love to win one with the boys here, so I think on a personal level it means just as much." Dacder: "Thanks. As for expectations, we're just going to take it one game at a time. Obviously the big bad guy on our side of the bracket is NDSU, and we beat them in the regular season, so if we can get to that point I feel pretty confident in our team, but we'll have to take it game by game and not get caught up too much in what lies ahead."
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