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The 96th annual Amish Mafia Draft Contest

Discussion in '2015 Draft Archive' started by AmishMafia, Apr 14, 2015.

  1. AmishMafia

    AmishMafia Cheesehead

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    So all my fellow draftnicks - time to show us how much you know about TT, the Packers and the draft.

    Last year Rodell won with 13 points. Excellent job!

    https://www.packerforum.com/threads/draft-contest.51325/


    How it works:

    Supply 20 names of players and the round the Packers may take them.

    Rules:
    Select a total of 20 Players
    Pick at least 1 player per round
    List their name and position.

    Correct Player: 3 pts
    Correct Player in Correct Round: 3 PLUS the round number pts

    Therefore if you go:

    Round-Player
    1 - Bob wr
    1 - Mack pk
    2 - Steve te
    2 - Ed olb
    3 – Chuck wr
    4 - Marty s
    5 - Pete s

    And the Packers draft Ed in the 3rd and Pete in the 5th, your points would be:

    Ed (correct player) 3 pts
    Pete (correct Player in Round 5) 3 + 5 = 8 pts
    11 pts total

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  2. AmishMafia

    AmishMafia Cheesehead

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    I have followed the draft very little this year. The least in the last 20 years for sure. But I will still take a stab at it. Edit up till the first pick.


    1- OLB/DE Owamagbe Odighizuwa
    2- CB PJ Williams
    2- ILB Benardick McKinney
    3 - TE Devin Funchess
    3- DE Xavier Cooper
    3 - ILB Mike Hull
    3 - CB Josh Shaw
    3- CB Quentin Rollins
    3 - OLB Davis Tull
    3- DE Henry Anderson
    3- TE Clive Walford
    4 - ILB Jake Ryan
    4- ILB Denzel Perryman
    5 - WR Ty Montgommery
    6- OT Tyrus Thompson
    6 - OT Jamon Brown
    6 - TE MyCole Pruitt
    6 - WR Dezmin Lewis
    6 - CB Jacoby Glenn
    7 - DE Tory Slater
     
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  3. Poppa San

    Poppa San SB I trophy First of four Staff Member Moderator

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    Where is the dude that bragged about how he had over half the picks correct last year? He was on early in the season. Oh wait he was banned for being an arrogant know-it-all that ruffled the wrong feathers.
     
  4. captainWIMM

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    Here´s my early entry (changes probably to come). Last year I scored a total of zero points, so if you want to have a chance to win this contest you better don´t pick any of the guys on my list. ;)

    1- ILB Eric Kendricks
    1- CB Byron Jones
    1- DT Eddie Goldman

    2- ILB Stephone Anthony
    2- OLB Nate Orchard
    2- DT Carl Davis

    3- TE Clive Walford
    3- OLB Hau´oli Kikaha
    3- CB D´Joun Smith

    4- TE Jesse James
    4- CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu
    4- WR Tony Lippett

    5- QB Sean Mannion
    5- OL Jamil Douglas

    6- DT Joey Mbu
    6- CB Darryl Roberts
    6- TE Wes Saxton
    6- WR Ty Montgomery

    7- ILB Zach Vigil
    7- CB Garry Peters
     
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  5. HardRightEdge

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    v1: 4/16/15 - 1 pick
    v2: 4/22/15 - deleted Gordon ;), added 16 picks
    v3: 4/22/15 - added 4 picks
    v4: 4/25/15 - strike Jalen Collins; add D'Juon Smith

    1. Melvin Gordon - RB
    1. Eric Kendricks - ILB
    1. Kevin Johnson - CB
    1. Jalen Collins - CB
    1. Eddie Goldman - NT
    1. Eli Harrold - OLB
    1. Randy Gregory - OLB

    2. D'Juon Smith - CB
    2. Eric Rowe - CB
    2. Stephone Anthony - ILB
    2. Jordon Phillips - DT

    3. Denzell Perryman - ILB
    3. Jay Ajayi - RB

    4. Jeff Heuerman - TE

    5. Alex Carter - CB

    6. Ramik Wilson - ILB
    6. Alani Fua - OLB
    6. Nick O'Leary - TE/H-Back
    6. Andrew Donnal - OT
    6. Darryl Roberts - CB
    6. Tyler Varga - FB/RB

    7. Cody Fajardo - QB

    QB - 1
    RB - 1
    FB - 1
    WR - 0
    TE/HB - 2
    OL - 1

    DL - 2
    ILB - 4
    OLB - 3
    CB - 5
     
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  6. PikeBadger

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    I went for the big donut last year too.
     
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  7. PikeBadger

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    My official early entry subject to many changes


    1 - Eli Harold - LB
    2 - Carl Davis DE
    2 - Stephone Anthony LB
    2 - Kevin Johnson - CB
    3 - Eric Rowe - CB
    3 - Kevin White - CB
    3 - Clive Walford - TE
    3 - Tyler Lockett - WR
    4 - Ramik Wilson LB
    5 - Taiwan Jones LB
    5 - Blake Bell - TE
    6 - J.R. Tavai LB
    6 - Sean Hickey OT
    6 - Andrew Donnal - OT
    6 - Dominique Brown - RB
    6 - Ellis Mc Carthy - DT
    6 - Trey DePriest - LB
    6 - Deon Simon - NT
    7 - Cashaud Lyons - DE
    7 - AJ Derby - TE
     
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  8. TeamTundra

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    Start of my entry...

    1-Eddie Goldman DT
    1-Eric Kendricks ILB
    1-Eli Harold OLB

    2- Stephone Anthony ILB
    2-Quinten Rollins CB
    2-Byron Jones CB
    2-Carl Davis DL

    3-Jesse James TE
    3-Lorenzo Mauldin OLB

    4-Jake Ryan ILB
    4-Leterreus Walton NT
    4-Blake Bell TE
    4-Jacoby Glenn CB

    5-Mitch Morse OT
    5-Titus Davis WR
    5-David Cobb RB
    5-Dominique Brown RB

    6-Andrew Donnal OT
    6-Deontay Greenberry WR
    6-Nick Marshall CB
     
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  9. Luca

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    1 Eric Kendricks, LB, UCLA
    1 Eli Harold, EDGE, Virginia
    2 Carl Davis, DT, Iowa
    2 Stephone Anthony, LB, Clemson
    2 Quinten Rollins, CB, Miami (Ohio)
    3 Clive Walford, TE, Miami
    3 Henry Anderson, DE, Stanford
    4 Mitch Morse, OL, Missouri
    4 Jeff Heuerman, TE, Ohio State
    4 Ben Koyack, TE, Notre Dame
    5 Charles Gaines, CB, Louisville
    5 Bryce Hager, LB, Baylor
    6 Jamil Douglas, OL, Arizona State
    6 Andrew Donnal, OL, Iowa
    6 Joey Mbu, DT, Houston
    6 Nick Marshall, CB, Auburn
    6 Malcolm Brown, RB, Texas
    6 Darryl Roberts, CB, Marshall
    7 Jordan Leslie, WR, BYU
    7 Tray Walker, CB, Texas Southern
     
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  10. PikeBadger

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    Luca, you stole 3 of my guys I was pretty set on in the late rounds.
     
  11. Luca

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    Which 3 guys?
     
  12. PikeBadger

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    I was strongly leaning towards Donnal, Brown & Marshall. I like the Iowa players that go through Ferentz's program. I think there is an old school toughness that gets instilled into those guys.
     
  13. Luca

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    Well Donnal would make a lot of sense. Ted always spends a mid/late-round pick at an o-lineman and Ted loves Iowa guys. Moreover the guy did visit the Packers. This was actually one of my first names to put on my list (after Morse, Heuerman and Kendricks).

    Brown also visited the Packers, and fits in the 6th round. Since the Packers have three 6th round picks, that one also would make sense.

    Nick Marshall is interesting one, but also a tough one (might go earlier/later). He has the size and the athletic ability, but he lacks experience at the position. He might be a similar prospect as Goodson. Ted likes some gambles with his late round picks, and he might pick this guy as a developmental prospect. This was one of the last names on my 20 man list, so I might still change this one.
     
  14. Pokerbrat2000

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    1- CB Marcus Peters
    1- CB Byron Jones
    1- CB Jalen Collins

    2- ILB Benardick McKinney
    2- CB Quinten Rollins
    2- ILB Eric Kendricks

    3- DT Xavier Cooper
    3- TE Clive Walford
    3- DT Gabe Wright

    4- CB Iko Ekpre-Olomu
    4- WR Tony Lippett
    4- ILB Taiwon Jones

    5- ILB Jake Ryan
    5- DT Darius Philon
    5- OT Austin Shepherd

    6- QB Shane Carden
    6- OLB Kyle Emanuel

    7- DE Marcus Rush
    7- WR Devin Gardner
    7- OT Andrew Donnal

    BONUS NON-PICK: Melvin Gordon, will not be drafted by the Packers

    Edit Notes: If Gordon is drafted by the Packers, I agree to forfeit all prizes that Amish will be handing out to winners, including the Season Ticket Package for 2
     
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  15. AmishMafia

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    Wow. That is quite the limb. I will just as bodly predict Jamis Winston will not be a Packer either. :)
     
  16. Pokerbrat2000

    Pokerbrat2000 Opinions are like A-holes, we all have one.

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    *Hands you a very small umbrella to use on your fall or your cocktail when you are correct*
     
  17. AmishMafia

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    Thanks!


    *hands you a hanky for weeping when Melvin Gordon inexplicably drops to 30 and TT grabs him or for just blowing your nose because Gordon drafted in the teens.*
     
  18. HardRightEdge

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    The RB steal in this draft would Ajayi in the 3rd. round if he lasts that long. More rounded than Gordon; better fit in the Packer scheme; as defenses tire he gets stronger.
     
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  19. Luca

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    I like Ajayi for the Packers, he would be a great fit!

    There have been some reports though that there are some very serious concerns about his knee (CBS). However there are also reports that these concerns are overblown (PFT). So we will probably find out on draft day which report was right.
     
  20. HardRightEdge

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    It looks like the CBS report was bogus:

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2015/04/21/jay-ajayi-knee-concerns-overblown-if-not-fabricated/

    Ajayi injured the knee in 2011. Since then he's had 751 touches for 4,567 yds.; I'm not concerned about the knee. The more rumors the better! ;)

    I was not aware until reading the above link that Ajayi is the only player in FBS history to run for 1,800 yds. and catch for 500 yds. in a season. I saw that the Packers interviewed him at the Combine and I just liked his tape.
     
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  21. Pokerbrat2000

    Pokerbrat2000 Opinions are like A-holes, we all have one.

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    I like what I have read on Ajayi, but with some scouts going on about him possibly being the best value back in the draft, I doubt he will be around after the second round and I can't see TT going offense in the first 2 rounds
     
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    I like him in the 3rd. round if he lasts that long. It's a deep running back class from #15 down through the first 3 rounds. Ajayi does not have the top end speed a lot of teams prefer, and there are 31 other teams with a lot of holes to fill. You never know.
     
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  23. Packerboy95

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    1. Stephone Anthony ILB
    1. Marcus Peters CB
    1. Kevin Johnson CB
    1. Maxx Williams TE
    1. (Surprise pick) Dorial Green-Beckham WR
    1. Eric Rowe CB

    2. Benardrick McKinney ILB
    2. Carl David NT
    2. Jordan Phillips NT
    2. Denzel Perryman ILB

    3. Kevin White CB
    3. Tyler Kroft TE
    3. Henry Anderson DE think thats his name
    Jay Ajayi RB

    4. Ben Heeney ILB
    4. Ramik Wilson ILB
    4. Bryce Hager ILB

    5. Stefon Diggs WR

    6. Kyle Emanuel OLB
    6. Joey MBU NT
     
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  24. Eli Haugen

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    This is hard. Like actually doing the job of a scout i imagine... Some years I have nothing to do, and winter creeps in , and i feed my OCD with football. Those years I could have rambled off 20 with good reason for each... But this year, I stared for an hr, and didnt get anywhere. I will throw some hopes out there though, without really watching any tape, or statistics, or articles.

    1. Gordon. Thats for the haters. lol We pick him im going to cash in for 4 points.
    1. Landon Collins SS Alabama. He is a raw guy. Has ok speed, and played some dime back for Alabama. He was also a great special teams guy. He jumps out at me... Maybe because Dix is da man? Maybe because Bama is da man? Maybe because 6' 228 pound safetys are da man? I dont know, but get him a gold helmet I say. Him and Hyde could be something we never seen before.....? I know I contradict myself on the logic of why we shouldnt draft Jalen Collins, for being too raw. Or wanting more dominant D-line to play more base 3-4. But I dont care, Landon Collins I want.
    1. Kendricks, play the odds on favorite to balance my long shots.
    1. Maxx Williams- TE MN. He is 3rd generation NFL, and the best TE prospect on the board.
    2. Benardrick McKinney- ILB Miss st. Could maybe trade back a few spots and still get him. After 49ers take Kendricks on us... Grrrrrrrrr 9ers.
    2. Xavier Cooper DE Wash st. This dude is 300 pounds, and plays fast enough to rush the passer, and get tackles for loss. Exactly was we need from a big DE. I really like this guy, he is my hope for 2nd pick now.
    2. Michael Bennett-DT (DE for us) Ohio St. I wint this guy too. Even willing to reach for him in 2nd round. Would be a steal in 3rd.
    2. Stephone Anthony ILB Clemson. If we didnt get Kendricks or McKinney. Its should be Anthony. We need a good prospect for that spot. I like all 3.
    3. Marcus Hardison DT AZ st. This guy is a potential stud in the 3rd.
    3. Chris Conley WR Georgia. Dude is ranked 134 on this list. I think it would be an absolute steal to get this guy in the 3rd. 6'2' 213 4.35 40. 45" vert. 12' broad. and he goes and gets it.
    3. Josh Shaw CB USC. Big fast strong from a big program. We can teach him the rest.
    4. Joey Mbu- Houston DT. He'd be a good contributor I think. dont think he will be there end of 5th round.
    4. Mike Davis RB SC. He is an NFL RB with his low center of gravity, and size. Has good enough speed to break some loose too.
    5. Xavier Williams- DT UNI? good pick for end of 5th round.
    6. CJ Uzomah-TE Auburn. Great athlete. big.
    6.Taiwan Jones ILB Michst.
    6. Hutson Mason- QB Georgia. Im sure the Sons of Bunyan have this guy ranked high...
    6. Chris Bonner-QB Pueblo. big, and has good accuracy. MM can work on the feet and getting the ball out quicker. Plus Im optimistic one of the 6th rounders will be a QB project.
    7. Josh Robinson RB Miss st. 5'8" 213 will be a hard guy to tackle I bet. And they say he catches the ball well.

    Theres 20.
     
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  25. MiamiBeachPacker

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    Hopefully I'll do better than my zero points from last year


    1. Eric Kendricks ILB
    1. Marcus Peters CB
    1. Eddie Goldman DT

    2. Stephone Anthony ILB
    2. PJ Williams CB
    2. Denzel Perryman ILB

    3. Eric Rowe CB
    3. Xavier Cooper DT

    4. Tyler Kroft TE
    4. Trey Flowers OLB

    5. Amarlo Herrera ILB
    5. Xavier Williams DT
    5. Geneo Grissom OLB

    6. Nick Marshall CB
    6. Jake Ryan ILB
    6. Josh Robinson RB
    6. Darren Waller WR

    7. Kyle Emanuel OLB
    7. Andrew Donnal LT
    7. Connor Halliday QB
     

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