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  1. #25

    Re: 2019 Mocks: What can we learn?

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    Would you rather have aj brown or Hollywood?
    Great question

    I think AJ looks to be the better overall WR after year 1 ..... but Hollywood wasn't 100% and I think his speed is what helps us.

    Year 2 should be even better for Hollywood





  2. #26
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    Re: 2019 Mocks: What can we learn?

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    Would you rather have aj brown or Hollywood?
    AJ.





  3. #27

    Re: 2019 Mocks: What can we learn?

    I need to see Hollywood sans screws before I answer that.





  4. #28
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    Cool Re: 2019 Mocks: What can we learn?

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    Would you rather have aj brown or Hollywood?
    I wanted AJ then!

    I want AJ now!

    Unless Hollywood gets bigger and luckier, he is going to be more injury prone!





  5. #29

    Re: 2019 Mocks: What can we learn?

    yea id porb go AJ Brown too





  6. #30

    Re: 2019 Mocks: What can we learn?

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    Would you rather have aj brown or Hollywood?
    AJ was my top choice from beginning to end last year, but I really liked Hollywood too. And obviously they both looked awesome last year. Really no wrong answer here.





  7. #31

    Re: 2019 Mocks: What can we learn?

    Hollywood has everything you could want out of a WR other than size, and has a higher ceiling imo. But there’s also just the chance that he’s always hurt. So AJ feels like more of a sure thing and he’s got plenty of ceiling himself.

    I would’ve taken AJ last year but I’m certainly not upset with what we did. At all.





  8. #32

    Re: 2019 Mocks: What can we learn?

    Great job Shas! One thing I have learned is the consensus sweet spots. The best talent seems to diminish at about our first pick in the second. Your data tells me there will be a high quality pick at 28. Could even move back into the early second.





  9. #33

    Re: 2019 Mocks: What can we learn?

    Polished my post up a bit and turned it into a story on RSR. -- adding quotes from EDC to support the assertion that he values Mocks.





  10. Re: 2019 Mocks: What can we learn?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shas View Post
    Polished my post up a bit and turned it into a story on RSR. -- adding quotes from EDC to support the assertion that he values Mocks.
    Good job, Shas! That article was insightful and enjoyable.





  11. #35

    Re: 2019 Mocks: What can we learn?

    Thank you, WW.





  12. #36

    Re: 2019 Mocks: What can we learn?

    Great post Shas. I would be curious to see the average mock draft position of each pick. Take all 18 mocks, add up all the draft positions, and divide by 18 to determine the average mock draft slot. Any player not in the top 32, just give them a 33. From this we can see who may be considered the "more valuable" players.





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