2022 NFL Draft Game Thread-Day 2

Sox Puppet

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According to ESPN, Marcus Jones "struggles to get off blocks and is inconsistent wrapping up."

But he also has "greasy hips," so at least he's got that going for him.
 

Dollar

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As a retired Air Force Lt Col, I need to tell you you are spot on. If I had any good memories of that song during my career, they were destroyed by the previous administration.
"Okay everyone... all the other people we invited are going to have fun, announce picks, and hug the commish. You all get to dress up in your dress blues, stand at attention during some shitty song that goes on way too long, and quietly exit the stage without showing any emotion. Any questions?"
 

BaseballJones

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I wanted Chenal there but this kid is a really good player. Small but great athlete and had a lot of skill. Health concerns though?
 

RoDaddy

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Projects as a twitchy, undersized slot cornerback with playmaking traits and game-changing return talent. Jones has the hips and feet to cover slippery slot receivers and the ballhawking instincts to make plays from zone. He can be too reliant on his athletic ability. He needs to play with better discipline and route anticipation as a pro. He can be mismatched against size but he's plenty scrappy in those battles. Jones' lack of size will hurt him with some teams while others will elevate his grade thanks to his electric ability on special teams. There could be teams that look to give him reps at receiver, where he would have more big-play opportunities.
 

Cellar-Door

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Undersized CB and excellent return guy, picked right around where he was projected (3-4th, some had him as high as the early 60s, as late as past 100)
 

Jed Zeppelin

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Maybe Bill didn’t like watching his D get absolutely scorched by special teamer Isaiah McKenzie.
 

Van Everyman

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I do kind of love how everyone is talking about this Buffalo team as if they’ve already been to four Super Bowls in a row.