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jpindatz : 3/13/2017 11:00 pm
BPA - CB or DE?
What?  
Anakim : 3/13/2017 11:02 pm : link
How can one contradict himself when he only writes a few words...amazing
1st round  
Earl the goat : 3/13/2017 11:09 pm : link
Forrest Lamp OG

Or

David Njoku. TE

No way corner
I think Need is more important than BPA here
Even though Fluker and Ellison were signed TE and OG are need
RE: What?  
robbieballs2003 : 3/13/2017 11:09 pm : link
In comment 13392256 Anakim said:
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How can one contradict himself when he only writes a few words...amazing


Hahahahahaha
BPA is a myth  
PatersonPlank : 3/13/2017 11:32 pm : link
The players are broke into tiers. Once all in a tier have been selected they move to the next one.

I'd like Robinson/Lamp/Bolles/Ramzcyk. They should all be in the mix for #23.
BPA for me  
Eman11 : 3/13/2017 11:36 pm : link
Hopefully that's an OL or Howard but I wouldn't have a problem if they're gone and the BPA is a DL, LB or CB and we add more quality to the D. You can never have enough good players and making the D even stronger works for me.

I just don't want Jerry reaching to fill a need and passing on a really good Defensive player. If they're rated close that's different but if the OL isn't close to being value there and just a need pick, that's a mistake and I really don't see him doing it.

RE: BPA is a myth  
Eman11 : 3/13/2017 11:53 pm : link
In comment 13392267 PatersonPlank said:
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The players are broke into tiers. Once all in a tier have been selected they move to the next one.


I would think the same way they have tiers, they have players on each tier rated. I'm sure they don't have every player in the same tier rated the same. There must be some rated higher, some with the same rating, and others a tad below.

Once the highest rated player gets picked they move on to the next one. When it's their turn to pick, who's the highest player left (BPA) on that tier and is a need pick close to his rating? If not, it's the BPA on that tier. If it's close they go for need.
RE: BPA is a myth  
Paulie Walnuts : 3/14/2017 2:26 am : link
In comment 13392267 PatersonPlank said:
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The players are broke into tiers. Once all in a tier have been selected they move to the next one.

I'd like Robinson/Lamp/Bolles/Ramzcyk. They should all be in the mix for #23.


what you say is correct, I agree
I don't think it will be CB again......  
Simms11 : 3/14/2017 9:25 am : link
Draft is extremely deep in CBs and although we need another good one to build our depth, it won't be in the first round. We could get a good one in the 3rd round this year. So I think it will be BPA strongly considering position of need.
RE: RE: BPA is a myth  
PatersonPlank : 3/14/2017 10:50 am : link
In comment 13392275 Eman11 said:
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In comment 13392267 PatersonPlank said:


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The players are broke into tiers. Once all in a tier have been selected they move to the next one.



I would think the same way they have tiers, they have players on each tier rated. I'm sure they don't have every player in the same tier rated the same. There must be some rated higher, some with the same rating, and others a tad below.

Once the highest rated player gets picked they move on to the next one. When it's their turn to pick, who's the highest player left (BPA) on that tier and is a need pick close to his rating? If not, it's the BPA on that tier. If it's close they go for need.


My understanding is there is no "differentiation" in each tier. If there are 4 players in Tier 2, and at #23 there are two left, they will pick the one filling the biggest need. For example if there are an OL and a QB left in Tier 2, you can bet they are picking the OL.
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