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2021 Mock NFL Draft 3.0: It’s The Final Countdown

Finally, we have reached the week of the 2021 NFL Draft after so many hours spent over-analyzing everything about the incoming rookies. It’s been a hellish offseason as things get back to a more normal flow around the NFL. This week, though, all of that comes to a head and we get to see which players go where instead of hypothesizing.

It’s also our final chance to do that guesswork (which is all any of this really is). So, why not go all out? We’re including a few trades for this mock NFL draft in places where we suspected in previous iterations that such a move might occur.

Let’s get to it!

Mock 2021 NFL Draft 3.0 Sees Several First-Round Trades

1. Jacksonville Jaguars – Trevor Lawrence

(Previous – Trevor Lawrence)

Outlook: As has been the mantra here since 1.0, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Trevor Lawrence will be the first overall pick of the 2021 NFL Draft

2. New York Jets – Zach Wilson

(Previous – Zach Wilson)

See: Trevor Lawrence. In all seriousness, keep it moving. Nothing to see here.

3. San Francisco 49ers – Trey Lance

(Previous – Trey Lance, Justin Fields)

Word on the street is the 49ers are still trying to decide between Mac Jones and Trey Lance. The late re-emergence of Lance is interesting. Is it possible San Francisco was less than impressed by Jones at his pro day? Given they’d be passing on who most view as the QB3 in this draft, and with Jimmy Garoppolo still in the mix, the 49ers can take the risk on Lance and his higher ceiling.

4. Atlanta Falcons – Kyle Pitts

(Previous – Micah Parsons)

While we’re not completely sold that the Falcons don’t take their quarterback of the future here, they’re reported to be looking to trade out (and taking calls on Julio Jones). The only problem for them is a couple of teams behind them are also open for business and the reduced cost could lead to teams waiting it out. But hey, Kyle Pitts isn’t the worst consolation prize.

5. Cincinnati Bengals – Rashawn Slater

(Previous – Rashawn Slater, Ja’Marr Chase)

By now you’ve likely seen the meme going around of Joe Burrow’s knee at the Bengals photoshoot debuting their new uniforms. That is Exhibit A-Z in the case for drafting some protection for the former first-overall pick. So we revert to our original pick.

6. Miami Dolphins – Penei Sewell

(Previous – Penei Sewell)

Hey! We’re back to the status quo. Keep on pushing, my friend!

7. Detroit Lions – Ja’Marr Chase

(Previous – Kwity Paye, Micah Parsons)

Detroit wants to trade out of this pick according to reports. But after Cincy opted for the sensible route, Detroit could decide to replenish their receiving corps. None of their offseason acquisitions at the position can be relied on.

8. New England Patriots (via the Carolina Panthers) – Justin Fields

(Previous [CAR] – Caleb Farley, Trey Lance )

Nothing gets out of New England by accident and word that interest in Fields is up (after initial reports stated the opposite) falls under that umbrella. He gets to sit for a year behind a similarly built former MVP in Cam Newton and the Patriots just spent like mad this offseason upgrading the offense.

9. Chicago Bears (via the Denver Broncos) – Mac Jones

(Previous [DEN] – Justin Fields, Christian Darrisaw)

Pressure bursts pipes and seeing New England get aggressive triggers the same instinct in Ryan Pace that we saw in 2017. The price isn’t as steep this time around but the more important issue for Pace is whether or not the results will be.

10. Dallas Cowboys – Patrick Surtain

(Previous – Patrick Surtain)

There was some speculation that Jerruh was enamored with Kyle Pitts and could try to trade up for him. That was put to bed by reports saying that if Dallas were to trade, it would be down. They stay put here and help their defense out immensely.

11. New York Giants – Christian Darrisaw

(Previous – Christian Darrisaw, Rashawn Slater)

This pick has changed in each version of this mock, but only the specific player. New York has to upgrade the blocking in front of Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley.

12. Philadelphia Eagles – DeVonta Smith

(Previous – DeVonta Smith)

Who knows what Philly will do here. With reports they aren’t guaranteeing Jalen Hurts the starting job, could they be a surprise team to trade up for a quarterback ahead of the two we’ve projected? Could they trade back, possibly still targeting a quarterback? We’ll just stand pat and give Hurts a legitimate weapon on the perimeter.

13. Los Angeles Chargers – Caleb Farley

(Previous – Zaven Collins)

We want to say this pick would be an offensive lineman (consider this the disclaimer if that is indeed what Los Angeles does). But the Chargers also have a gaping hole at cornerback and Farley is the best one in this class.

14. Minnesota Vikings – Alijah Vera-Tucker

(Previous – Alijah Vera-Tucker)

The Vikings need to protect Kirk Cousins better. Period. They keep re-upping him, might as well make the circumstances as close to ideal as possible. Vera-Tucker gives them interior help now and possibly on the outside later.

15. Carolina Panthers (via the New England Patriots) – Greg Newsome

(Previous – Kyle Pitts, Mac Jones)

The Panthers already addressed their quarterback room by trading for Sam Darnold. Now, they attack the defense with Newsome, a fast riser this offseason. They can still use their additional pick from New England to address their need at offensive tackle.

16. Arizona Cardinals – Jaycee Horn

(Previous – Travis Etienne)

Things got tense in the Arizona draft room when the Panthers went on the clock but just a little. They would have been happy either way but Horn could make for an ideal replacement for the departed Peterson.

17. Las Vegas Raiders – Teven Jenkins

(Previous – Ja’Marr Chase)

Do you know what happens when you trade away your offensive line in the offseason? The need to replace them is created (mind-blowing). Las Vegas doesn’t usually get too frisky with its picks and this one fits the bill.

18. Miami Dolphins – Jaylen Waddle

(Previous – Terrance Marshall)

It’s not taking the easy way out, it’s logic. We’d suspect the Dolphins will do everything they can to see if Tua Tagovailoa is the future at quarterback. That means putting the best pieces possible around him. And if Tua fails, they’ll have a head start for the next guy.

19. Washington Football Team – Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah

(Previous – Trevon Moehrig-Woodard)

The Washington Football Team was rumored to be one of the teams interested in potentially moving up for a quarterback. They missed out on the top guys but can still get a quarterback for this already stound defense.

20. Denver Broncos (via the Chicago Bears) – Micah Parsons

(Previous [CHI] – Mac Jones, Kadarius Toney)

We were never buying that the Denver Broncos were going to replace Drew Lock with anyone outside of the top three guys but the appeal of moving back and getting more assets was just too great. Nabbing arguably the best defensive player in the draft this far down (thanks to character concerns) is an absolute boon. Remember, Von Miller is an unrestricted free agent next season.

21. Indianapolis Colts – Kwity Paye

(Previous – Dillon Radunz)

Parsons was probably never going to make it to this point, but he certainly wouldn’t make it past this point. The Colts still add to their defense, just as we’ve been saying. But don’t be shocked to see them trade back and acquire more draft capital.

22. Tennessee Titans – Kadarius Toney

(Previous – Joseph Ossai, Greg Newsome)

The shuffle at the top of the NFL Draft was bound to have a ripple effect and one of them is Toney being available here. We had them slotted for defenders in Ossai and Newsome but they added Bud Dupree and Newsome is gone. They also lost Corey Davis and, while a different style of receiver, Toney would be a nice compliment to A.J. Brown.

23. New York Jets – Gregory Rousseau

(Previous – Jaylen Waddle, Zaven Collins)

We had the Jets going defense in the last mock. But we turn from the off-ball (albeit versatile) linebacker in Collins and to the lengthy Rousseau. They signed Carl Lawson and Vinny Curry in the offseason but only the former should be a starter.

24. Pittsburgh Steelers – Najee Harris

(Previous – Liam Eichenberg)

Pittsburgh can mess around if it wants to. Harris would be an instant upgrade to what they had last year (which is now in Arizona, btw). With J.J. Smith-Schuster back in the fold, the only missing piece is running back. Well, maybe an offensive tackle. But they can get one of those later; maybe with a trade down a couple of spots.

25. Jacksonville Jaguars – Trevon Moehrig-Woodard

(Previous – Jackson Carman)

We debated putting a receiver or offensive lineman here, but none really stood out more than the upgrade that Moehrig-Woodard would present over what the Jags currently have. So, the pick stays the same as it’s been.

26. Cleveland Browns – Zaven Collins

(Previous – Gregory Rousseau)

The addition of Jadeveon Clowney removed the need to grab an EDGE in this slot. So the Browns get a dynamic off-ball linebacker in Collins at this spot.

27. Baltimore Ravens – Rashod Bateman

(Previous – Rashod Bateman)

If this isn’t the pick the Ravens are doing Lamar Jackson a disservice. The need for a bigger-bodied wideout is clear and while Sammy Watkins is bigger than Marquise Brown, he doesn’t play like it. Bateman’s size and skillset are tailor-made for what the Ravens need.

28. New Orleans Saints – Elijah Moore

(Previous – Jaycee Horn, Terrace Marshall)

We had New Orleans set to take a receiver as of the last installment. But perhaps the dynamic Moore fits better as a complement to Michael Thomas. The diminutive pass-catcher can be used in the return game as well.

29. Green Bay Packers – Jamin Davis

(Previous – Jalen Mayfield)

All the buzz has been about what the Packers will do here. Many (perhaps even their Hall of Fame starting quarterback) want them to take a wide receiver. We had them taking some offensive line help but they may have some in-house options that allow them to hold off on that as well. But they could use a rangy sure-tackling linebacker up the middle.

30. Buffalo Bills – Jaelan Phillips

(Previous – Najee Harris, Azeez Ojulari)

Buffalo needs to get its defense back on track and one of the best ways to do that is by juicing up your pass-rush. Phillips has a bit of a worrying medical history but he has incredible physical traits and tested off the charts at the combine.

31. Kansas City Chiefs – Jayson Oweh

(Original Pick – Wyatt Davis, Dillon Radunz)

The Chiefs spent the offseason upgrading (really repairing) their offensive line. So our last two installments were on the right track. But with their moves, they can get a complimentary EDGE opposite Frank Clark.

32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Christian Barmore

(Original Pick – Christian Barmore)

As we began the 2021 NFL Draft, so shall we end. Barmore is the best in a shallow class for interior defensive linemen. The defending champion Bucs don’t have a ton of holes given they’re returning all 22 starters from the Super Bowl. That could make this an ideal pick to trade and get some more depth.

Final Mock NFL Draft of 2021

The NFL Draft is never dull, and this year, with the return of in-person festivities, should be no different. Who do you want to see your team draft on Thursday?

2021 NFL Draft

Triple Zeros: “Ah, That’s Interesting…”

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“Ah, That’s Interesting…”

In this episode of Triple Zeros, Josh talks about Russell Westbrook (again) and the surging Washington Wizards, how teams like the Dallas Mavericks and Milwaukee Bucks are trending in the wrong direction, and the horrible night of injuries in the NBA. The focus then turns to the NFL as the Eagles are opting for a QB battle between Jalen Hurts and Joe Flacco in camp, Tom Brady has a “get off my lawn” moment, and so much more!

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Triple Zeros: Easy Money Sniper on the Roof

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Easy Money Sniper on the Roof

In this episode of Triple Zeros, Josh talks about Kevin Durant leaving Russell Westbrook off his list of his top-five teammates in favor of Serge Ibaka and reminds everyone of his warning about Nikola Jokic and the NBA MVP with Stephen Curry hot on his trail. Then things switch over to the NFL as Alex Smith walks away from the game on his own terms, Patrick Mahomes tells Tom Brady the G.O.A.T. discussion isn’t settled, and so much more!

Chicago Bulls Aggressiveness, Ball Movement Return in Wins

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Triple Zeros: Bill Zimmerman

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Bill Zimmerman Joins Triple Zeros to Talk the Latest on the Chicago Bears

Happy to be joined on Triple Zeros by Bill Zimmerman; the executive producer of Mad Dog Sports Radio show on Sirius XM, a contributor to Windy City Gridiron, and host of the Bears Banter podcast.

We got into all things Chicago Bears, covering what Bill’s assessment of their offseason up to this point, why the Bears are so bad at PR, and how they still have a path to Russell Wilson.

All that and more on this episode of Triple Zeros! Be sure to follow Bill on Twitter (@ZimmermanSXM), tune into Mad Dog Sports Radio, and listen to the Bears Banter podcast!

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10 Worst Top-10 NFL Draft Picks of the Last Decade

The 2021 NFL Draft is just three weeks away and that means a fresh crop of draft busts. Okay, it also means a fresh crop of potential game-changers. But we know that most picks won’t work out. So much so, that to trim this list down, we focused on just the worst picks to come out of the top-10 in the NFL Draft in the last 10 years.

The 10 Biggest Busts Taken in the Top-10 of the NFL Draft

Luke Joeckel – OT – Texas A&M

Dion Jordan – DE/OLB – Oregon

Drafted 2nd/3rd – 2013 – Jacksonville Jaguars/Miami Dolphins

Stats: (Joeckel) 50 gms; (Jordan) 63 gms, 108 tackles, 13.5 sks, 3 FF, 1 FR

Our list kicks off with a two-for. It may strike some as odd though because Luke Joeckel started every game he played in his career and Dion Jordan appeared in 13 games (and even started one) for the 49ers last season. But Joeckel lasted just five seasons before retiring. A blown knee ended his Jags tenure after they declined his fifth-year option.

Jordan has dealt with substance abuse that caused him to miss the entire 2015 season and left him as a free agent in 2016 despite being reinstated. Miami drafted him after he recorded 23.5 sacks over his final two seasons in college. He recorded three sacks in San Fran in 2020.

Both Joeckel and Jordan played longer than the rest of the players on this list. But that isn’t the point with either of them. Building from the trenches has a practical application in that those guys tend to have long (and hopefully productive) careers. Especially with the second and third picks of the NFL Draft. Instead, you got a left tackle-turned-guard and a rotational end with five career starts and 13.5 sacks in seven years as a pro.

Jake Locker – QB – Washington

Drafted: 8th Overall – 2011 NFL Draft – Tennessee Titans

Career Stats: (9-14), 57.5% cmpl, 4967 yds, 27 TD:22 INT

Once deemed the apparent first-overall pick, Jake Locker’s NFL career suffered a big blow before it ever really began. Locker stayed in school for his senior season and saw his stock drop, leaving him from presumptive number one to being the eighth pick of the Tennessee Titans.

Locker represented hope after Vince Young’s era unceremoniously ended and the Titans tried to make do with Kerry Collins and then Matt Hasselbeck. He ended up being a poster child for an ill-afflicted career. Injuries allowed him to make just 23 starts. His accuracy never improved from college either and he had just one season with a positive TD: INT ratio.

He walked away in 2014 at a time when he was the healthiest he’d been since entering the league and returned to his hometown. Sports Illustrated had to track him down to get his story on why he quit. The funny thing is how much worse his selection would have looked in history had he actually gone first overall.

John Ross – WR – Washington

Drafted: 9th Overall – 2017 NFL Draft – Cincinnati Bengals

Career Stats: 27 gms, 51 rec (123 tgts), 733 yds, 10 TDs

You never want to label a player just finishing out his rookie deal a bust but that is where John Ross finds himself after an underwhelming and injury-marred four years with the Bengals. He had torn his ACL and labrum in college. He’d repeat the labrum and deal with a groin injury once in the league. His 2020 season was cut short because of a foot injury.

Blazing speed and an impressive redshirt junior season (81 catches, 1150 yards, 17 touchdowns) made him an intriguing pairing with then Bengals receiver A.J. Green. Unfortunately, Ross shared Green’s ability to find the trainer’s table.

The Giants are banking that a change in scenery (and training staff) will be enough to refresh his career. He brings an added element of speed that their current group lacks. In theory. We don’t know if Ross will ever stay healthy. Nor do we know to what extent repeated leg and foot injuries will do to his speed long-term; an issue as he doesn’t have the hands for a possession guy.

Solomon Thomas – DL – Stanford

Drafted: 3rd Overall – 2017 NFL Draft – San Francisco 49ers

Career Stats: 48 gms, 95 tkls, 6 sks, 1 FR

Man, the 49ers are sure lucky the Bears traded with them to take Mitchell Trubisky. Otherwise, we might be having far louder discussions about their passing on the same generational talents at quarterbacks; a search that continues today. They took a tweener in Solomon Thomas after a collegiate career that saw him record 12 total sacks as a sophomore and junior.

Thomas peaked as a rookie, starting 12 games and recording three sacks, and getting his lone fumble recovery. He’d appear in all 16 regular-season games the following season, but his stats dropped across the board.

The 49ers ended up moving on from their other first-round pick that year, Reuben Foster, for non-football reasons. That just served to further bury just how bad the Thomas pick actually was. He’s now with the Raiders and the only thing that could make that pick worse is if he somehow catches on with the 49ers former Bay Area rivals.

Trent Richardson – RB – Alabama

Drafted: 3rd Overall – 2012 NFL Draft – Cleveland Browns

Career Stats: 46 gms, 614 ru., 2032 yds, 3.3 YPC, 17 TDs

The 2012 NFL Draft was particularly rough for the usual suspects. Trent Richardson burst onto the scene in the NFL after a storied college career that saw him rack up 3130 yards, 35 touchdowns, and win two BCS National Championships.

Richardson rushed for 950 yards and 11 touchdowns as a rookie for the Browns. The team went just 5-11 that season and the next, Richardson was shipped to Indy for a first-round pick (which ended up being fourth overall) in addition to a bevy of other selections.

That Cleveland was able to get that kind of package back is more impressive than Richardson’s production in 2012, which isn’t as great as it sounds given his 3.6 YPC average. He only lasted one more full season, spent with the Colts, in which he ran for 519 yards at a 3.3 YPC clip and three touchdowns. Indianapolis cut him after the 2014 season citing “weight issues, accessibility, and absence“.

Dee Milliner – CB – Alabama

Drafted: 9th Overall – 2013 NFL Draft – New York Jets

Career Stats: 21 gms, 63 tot tkls, 3 INT, 19 PD

Back-to-back Bama boys as Dee Milliner joins Richardson on this list. Perhaps we should preface this with the fact that Milliner was a five-star recruit who many draft analysts saw as a rightful top-five pick. Coming out of college after leading the nation in pass breakups, he lit up the combine with an impressive 40-yard dash and strong vertical jump numbers.

He appeared in 13 games as a rookie, starting 12, and even won AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors in Week 17 of that season. Unfortunately, that was the pinnacle of his professional career as injuries took a serious toll on his career. A shoulder injury kept him from benching for scouts at the combine and really set the tone for the rest of his career.

Milliner underwent surgery five times before entering the NFL and landed on the IR once there as well. He only played three seasons, being cut and re-signed by the Jets several times in that span, never again regaining the form he showed as a rookie.

Justin Gilbert – CB – Oklahoma State

Drafted: 8th Overall – 2014 NFL Draft – Cleveland Browns

Career Stats: 35 gms, 42 tot tkls, 1 INT, 1 TD, 9 PD

Poor Browns fans. They really have lived a hard sports life. As if trying to outdo the Jets from the year before, the Browns actually traded up to land Justin Gilbert who picked off 12 passes in his sophomore and senior season combined. Then he clocked the fastest 40-yard dash of any defensive back and showcased his other eye-popping athletic abilities.

But, as former teammate Joe Thomas said, “If you don’t like football, it doesn’t matter how talented you are, your star will burn out quick.” Gilbert struggled with the mental side of the game, often getting picked on in coverage. That is when he wasn’t completely lost.

When the team that traded up to make you a top-10 pick decides to trade you in the division, that’s a big red flag. That’s exactly what the Steelers should have thought about when the Browns shipped him over for a sixth-round pick just two years into his career. Gilbert was out of the league by 2017.

Josh Rosen – QB – UCLA

Drafted: 10th Overall – 2018 NFL Draft – Arizona Cardinals

Career Stats: 20 gms (3-13), 54.8% cmpl, 2845 yds, 12 TDs, 19 INTs

At first, it seemed like bad luck. Just as when a new general manager comes in and wants to hire a new head coach, head coaches (and GMs) usually get hired and want to draft their own quarterback. That’s where Josh Rosen found himself after the Cardinals took him before firing his head coach the following season. The guy they hired had a little idea of who he wanted.

Rosen got beat up during his brief stint as the Cardinal “Quarterback of the Future”, getting sacked 45 times in 14 games. He was shipped off to the Dolphins for a song where he managed to get into six games and start three. But he was still inaccurate and looked like a guy who hadn’t played much. He spent time on the Bucs practice squad last season but was signed off by the 49ers who re-upped this offseason.

He was plagued by character issues coming out of college. There were worries about his commitment to and love for football. Those questions are still being asked and, to be quite honest, it’s hard to say they were wrong given what we know about recycled quarterbacks in the NFL.

Kevin White – WR – West Virginia

Drafted: 7th Overall – 2015 NFL Draft – Chicago Bears

Career Stats: 17 gms,  25 rec (48 tgts), 285 yds

One year of true production in the spotlight saw Kevin White rocket up draft boards in 2015. The 6-foot-3 physical specimen caught 109 balls for 1447 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior for the Mountaineers. He’d had just over 500 yards the year before though he did have five touchdowns.

Then he ran a 4.35 in the 40 at 6-foot-3 and the buzz grew with some even suggesting he be the first wideout selected; ahead of Amari Cooper who had two 1000-yard seasons on his collegiate resume. The Bears took White with the highest draft pick they had in a decade and injuries beset him almost immediately.

He missed his entire rookie campaign with a stress fracture in his shin. White made it four games the following year before another leg fracture. 2017, his third year? One game. White made it through his rookie contract (because Bears). But injuries saw him cut from the Cardinals without playing a down and the 49ers after just three games. He’s never scored a touchdown in the NFL.

Justin Blackmon – WR – Oklahoma State

Drafted: 5th Overall – 2012 NFL Draft – Jacksonville Jaguars 

Career Stats: 20 gms, 93 rec (180 tgts), 1280 yds, 6 TDs

The Jaguars have a…complicated draft history. At one point, they selected two quarterbacks in the top-10 of the NFL Draft within four years of each other, Blaine Gabbert and Blake Bortles. But no pick in that span was as unsuccessful as Justin Blackmon. Always finding trouble, even in college, Blackmon had a DUI two years before coming out of college.

Teams were willing to overlook the numerous red flags because he had such a prolific college career. 233 receptions for 3304 yards and 38 touchdowns will make any collegiate career stand out. That Blackmon posted those numbers in just two seasons is why he got several passes.

But it wasn’t meant to be in the NFL. Blackmon was suspended indefinitely in 2013 following several more run-ins with the law involving alcohol abuse including being arrested for DUI two months after being drafted. He applied for reinstatement in 2015 but was denied and hasn’t really been heard from since.

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Triple Zeros: He was “Seeing Ghosts”

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He was “Seeing Ghosts”

In this episode of Triple Zeros, Josh talks about the Utah Jazz having to make an emergency landing. He also Rui Hachimura showing respect to Russell Westbrook and asks if Joel Embiid can catch Nikola Jokic for NBA MVP. Then, things shift over to the NFL as the Carolina Panthers traded for Sam Darnold, the Atlanta Falcons announced the 4th-overall pick is available, and so much more!

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Finding Homes for the Best Remaining NFL Free Agents

The big whirlwind that was free agency in the NFL has slowed but there are still quality free agents remaining on the market. And these are contributors, not guys just hanging on. So let’s do them, and the franchises we place them with a solid and find them some new homes. Heck, some might even rejuvenate their careers in their new digs.

Remaining NFL Free Agents Can Be Big Pieces for New Teams

Alex Smith – QB

2020 Stats: 5-1 record, 66.7% cmp, 1582 yds, 6 TD:8 INT

That Alex Smith was even able to take the field in 2020 is nothing short of remarkable. After nearly losing his leg to an infection following a gruesome break, Smith missed the entire 2019 season rehabbing. He was never supposed to see the field for Washington but ended up as their best quarterback when all was said and done.

Outlook: Soon to be 37, Smith’s day’s as a starter are long gone, or at least they should be. He’s shown he can still play but there will always be that specter of re-injury; even if Smith isn’t the fearful one. His ideal situation would be backing up one of the top incoming rookies. Even for a young quarterback such as Drew Lock in Denver.

Next Option: Matt Barkley

James Conner – RB

2020 Stats: 169 ru., 721 yds (4.3 YPC), 6 TDs

James Conner entered the league amid much fanfare due to overcoming his battle with cancer. But multiple factors, including the offensive line and scheme, have limited his effectiveness. Not the least of which is health. Conner has missed 15 starts in three seasons as RB1. Oddly, even as Ben Roethlisberger’s mobility deteriorates, Conner’s receiving work has dwindled.

Outlook: It’s a hard-knock life for running backs in the NFL. Conner would have a hard time finding big money on the open market coming off of a good year. Now he will be looking at a complementary backup role. A team like the Arizona Cardinals could use him for short-yardage, goal line, and change-of-pace duties. A return to the Steelers is also a strong possibility.

Next Option: Todd Gurley

Antonio Brown – WR

2020 Stats:45 rec,  483 yds, 2 TDs

Was 2020 enough for Antonio Brown to get back in everyone’s good graces? He caught 45 balls for 483 yards and four touchdowns in eight games (four starts). He added another eight catches, 81 yards, and two scores in the postseason. It was modest production from a once-giant in the game. But he was a functioning member of a championship team. That has to count for something, right?

Outlook: Any contender, provided they have a strong locker room, should look into bringing in Brown after what he did with little time around the Bucs organization. The Baltimore Ravens have a culture strong enough to overcome Brown. Plus there would be the added benefit of playing with his cousin, Marquise Brown. Reports are he and Tamp have mutual interest but the money isn’t close.

Next Option: Golden Tate

Jesse James

2020 Stats: 14 rec, 129 yds, 2 TDs

Jesse James’ stats won’t wow you but no one on the free-agent tight end market is all that exciting. James has two things going for him that most on the list don’t. First, he’ll be just 27 when the season starts. He also played in all 16 games last season. Oh, and he’s 6-foot-7. You can’t teach that.

Outlook: Again, no one in this group is going anywhere to be a “weapon” but James’ profile does fit that of a red zone threat. That wasn’t on full display in Detroit behind T.J. Hockenson but could be elsewhere. Most teams could use a tight end with his height for depth and the scoring area. A team like the Seattle Seahawks, where Russell Wilson makes good use of the position, would make good use of him.

Next Option: Tyler Eifert

Eric Fisher – OT

Reports are that Eric Fisher could be back on the field by mid-August. If true, he’s easily the top offensive lineman on the market. He received an 80.0 grade from Pro Football Focus. He’s also been durable outside of this past post-season and 2018 when he missed half the year. You need to look no further than Super Bowl LV to see the impact of Fisher’s absence.

Outlook: This is easy because several teams could use the services of a Super Bowl-winning, franchise left tackle. But the Los Angeles Chargers stand out from the rest. They have a franchise quarterback in Justin Herbert and have already begun building the blocking in front of him. But they have a gaping hole at left tackle. If the medicals check out, Fisher could stay in the same division.

Next Option: Ricky Wagner

Trai Turner – OG

The Chargers cut Trai Turner in a cap-saving move. Last season, the five-time Pro Bowler missed out on the honor for the first time since he was a rookie. He only appeared in nine games as he dealt with a nagging groin injury. But this decision looms large as he was easily their best lineman and they have holes elsewhere.

Outlook: Bengals fans are already making a push for Turner to keep interior pass rushers out of Joe Burrow’s lap. Cincy reportedly has yet to reach out but that is likely just a formality as most of the next wave of deals won’t take place until after the draft. When the time comes, though, Turner donning the stripes would be a good look.

Next Option: Nick Easton

Austin Reiter – C

Another victim of the Chiefs revamping their offensive line, Austin Reiter has the distinction of being currently healthy. That’s something his former linemates who are also looking for work cannot boast. He graded out decent enough from PFF but most will likely remember Patrick Mahomes running for his life in the Super Bowl more than anything.

Outlook: Kansas City has already replaced Reiter but the Steelers and Dolphins both had their centers, twins Mike and Maurkice Pouncey, retire this offseason. Reiter could land with either the Pittsburgh Steelers or Miami Dolphins and be a stabilizing force in the anchor spot.

Next Option: Tyler Shatley

Justin Houston – EDGE

2020 Stats: 25 tackles, 8 sacks, 25 pressures

Yes, Justin Houston will be 33 by the time Super Bowl LVI is played. But it’s also true that the former Indianapolis Colts pass rusher had eight sacks last season; eight more than the next highest ranked free agent. Yes, you read that right. It’s impossible to call Houston over the hill when he’s outperforming guys up to four years younger than him.

Outlook: The Colts are interested in bringing him back. But they will likely have competition for his services. He could land back in the AFC West with the Chargers who are looking for a replacement for Melvin Ingram who profiles similarly to Houston.

Next Option: Jadeveon Clowney

Kwon Alexander – LB

2020 Stats: 57 tackles (39 solo), 3 TFL, 1 sack, 2 FR

Yet another cap casualty, cutting ties with Kwon Alexander saved the Saints $13 million. Sure they just traded for him this past season, but it was for an expiring contract in Kiko Alonso and a conditional fifth-round pick. That’s a pittance in the grand scheme. Still, it can’t feel good to have to cut a productive player for cash reasons.

Outlook: Inside linebacker is in a funky place right now. No one wants to pay top dollar for an off-ball linebacker but ask any team without a certified tackling machine or cover linebacker and see what they say. Alonso can fill both roles. He just needs a home and the Washington Football Team can give it to him. Their leading tackler was Jonathan Bostic but he’ll be 30 by the time the season starts and a free agent after it ends.

Next Option: Avery Williamson

Steven Nelson – CB

2020 Stats: 48 tackles, 2 INTs, 9 PD, 58.2% completion allowed

There might be some more recognizable names than Steven Nelson on the free-agent cornerback market. But they are all older or less effective (and mostly both) than he was for the Pittsburgh Steelers last season. Remember, this is a defense that finished 2020 ranked third in yards allowed. Nelson’s only had three interceptions the past two years combined but he’s also allowed a sub-60 percent completion in his area the last three years.

Outlook: The Steelers saved $8 million moving on from Nelson but the move likely helped other teams more. Now, Nelson is free to sign with the team of his liking, and the franchise doesn’t have to fork over draft capital to acquire him or pay that exorbitant amount to keep him. The Arizona Cardinals (should) have entered the chat.

Next Option: Casey Hayward

Malik Hooker – S

2019 Stats: 51 tackles (30 solo), 2 INTs, 3 PD, 1 FR

Malik Hooker missed all but two games of the 2020 season with a torn Achilles. It’s just another in a long list of lower-body injuries the fifth-year man out of Ohio State has endured. The Colts declined his fifth-year option last May with his injury history in mind. But when healthy, Hooker provides a rare combination of range, ball skills, and tackling ability.

Outlook: If healthy (and that’s a big if) Hooker would be a great fit anywhere. But imagine he and Derwin James and the versatility they’d give rookie head coach Brandon Staley. Hooker would look good with the Tennessee Titans too. It would be a similar situation as the Chargers with he and Kevin Byard combining to be a menacing duo.

Next Option: Tre Boston

Triple Zeros: “Best of the Best of the Best, Sir”

Triple Zeros

Ep. 121 – “Best of the Best of the Best, Sir”

NBA

In this episode of Triple Zeros, Josh talks about the Brooklyn Nets indeed being overloaded but it not being a bad thing. In fact, it’s really what we all want. Then he talks about the contract news for Moses Brown and Dennis Schroder plus the early ROI from the NBA trade deadline.

NFL

The discussion turns to the NFL moving forward with a 17-game regular season, the cost of trading up for rookies like Mac Jones and Trey Lance, and so much more!

Chicago Bulls: Remaining Young Officially on Notice

Chicago Bears Must Change Focus to Rest of Roster

Anchor | Apple

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2021 NFL Draft First-Round Mock 2.0

Just as the whirlwind of free agency had passed through, the 2021 NFL draft got a shake-up. The San Francisco 49ers traded three first-round picks and a third-rounder to the Miami Dolphins to go from 12th to third overall; the expectation clearly being they’re taking a quarterback. Miami then traded back into the top-10, moving the 12th, 123rd, and a 2022 first-round pick to the Philadelphia Eagles for the sixth and 156th picks this year.

Got all of that? Good. *Deep breath*

We also got word that the New England Patriots are planning to make a move for current 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo or one of the top rookies in the NFL Draft. The Atlanta Falcons are dealing with an aging Matt Ryan and the Carolina Panthers have made no secret about trying to upgrade from Teddy Bridgewater. Then there’s the Chicago Bears who need to do something.

A Major Shake-Up to the First Round of the 2021 NFL Draft

1. Jacksonville Jaguars – Trevor Lawrence

 (Original Selection – Trevor Lawrence)

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Well, the Jaguars are broke but the initial pick wasn’t. When you get the first-overall pick in the NFL Draft for the first time in your franchise’s history, you better not mess it up. No matter the small pockets of dissent, Trevor Lawrence is the consensus top passer in this class. Scenarios imagining them going another direction are fiction.

2. New York Jets – Zach Wilson

(Original Selection – Zach Wilson)

See: Trevor Lawrence. In all seriousness, the Jets were always going to be picking a quarterback in our eyes and Zach Wilson made the most sense. His stock rose all season while the other option for second-overall saw his fall during a difficult college season. Now it appears that it’s becoming more of a foregone conclusion, though.

3. San Francisco 49ers – Justin Fields

(Original Selection – Trey Lance)

 

We always had the 49ers, like the Jags and Jets before them, slated to take a quarterback. But the aggressive move up means they’re likely trying to capitalize on the “slide” of Justin Fields more than banking on a project from a small program. San Francisco better hope the recent history of trades up for quarterbacks doesn’t repeat itself.

4. Atlanta Falcons – Kyle Pitts

(Original Selection – Micah Parsons)

This is still where the draft could get most interesting. The Falcons could take their quarterback of the future as some major analysts predict. They could go for an impact defender. This was one of the worst defenses last season. But why not try to maximize Ryan now and set this offense up for the future too with a generational talent in Kyle Pitts?

5. Cincinnati Bengals – Ja’Marr Chase

(Original Selection – Rashawn Slater)

Look, what Baby wants, Baby gets. We initially had the Bengals slated to take an offensive lineman, but after reports came out that Joe Burrow is lobbying for the Bengals to take Ja’Marr Chase (who happens to be a former teammate) the Bengals should be happy to oblige. The signing of Riley Reiff makes this an acceptable decision, especially if they can trade down.

6. Miami Dolphins – Penei Sewell

(Original Selection – Penei Sewell)

No, Miami shouldn’t take another project QB. Miami picked up some capital by trading down but had to get back here to ensure they get Penei Sewell. He’s still the top tackle prospect with outstanding grades in a “down” season. Some might see them going for a playmaker here, but chances are they can still land that guy with the 18th pick. If they hold onto it that is.

7. Detroit Lions – Micah Parsons

(Original Selection – Kwity Paye)

Decisions decisions. The Lions are the first team to have to legitimately weigh pulling the trigger on a quarterback after trading Matthew Stafford for Jared Goff. It makes more sense to try and build the rest of this roster and the defense is still the neediest (though the offense is giving it a run for its money). Micah Parsons’s character worries are no match for Dan Campbell.

8. Carolina Panthers – Trey Lance

(Original Selection – Caleb Farley)

Not many teams have been as connected to the big named quarterbacks who were subject of speculation as the Panthers. Don’t expect them to stop trying on that front, necessarily. But if those guys ultimately do stay put, sitting Trey Lance behind Bridgewater for a year or two wouldn’t be the worst plan.

9. Denver Broncos – Christian Darrisaw

(Original Selection – Justin Fields)

When healthy, the Broncos have one of the better rosters in the NFL. They’re only missing steady quarterback play. Having missed out on Fields in this mock, they turn to bolster the protection around the current quarterback, Drew Lock. This could be where a team like the Chicago Bears gets antsy and moves up so as not to miss on the remaining “first-round” quarterback.

10. Dallas Cowboys – Patrick Surtai

(Original Selection – Patrick Surtain)

The pick stays the same after the Cowboys only move at cornerback was to re-sign Jourdan Lewis. Maybe they go with one of the other top corners. But Patrick Surtain has the kind of pedigree that should catch the eye of the decision-makers in Dallas. His tape certainly won’t hurt, either.

11. New York Giants – Rashawn Slater

(Original Selection – Christian Darrisaw)

The selection may change but the objective remains the same: protect the quarterback. Daniel Jones was sacked 45 times (4th) despite missing two games. Rashawn Slater is versatile so, with Nate Solder set to return next season, the Northwestern product could kick inside to guard; replacing the departed Kevin Zeitler.

12. Philadelphia Eagles – DeVonta Smith

(Original Selection DeVonta Smith)

Sometimes things just work out. When the Eagles traded down it was viewed as further evidence they were fully invested in Jalen Hurts as the starting quarterback. Then word broke they weren’t completely sold. With the way the draft has shaken out, the choice of taking the Heisman-winning DeVonta Smith should be an easy one. Why give up on Hurts before seeing what he can really do?

13. Los Angeles Chargers – Caleb Farley

(Original Selection – Zaven Collins)

This might be more of a value-pick than anything. But after losing 14-game starter Casey Hayward from what was a top-10 passing defense, it’s also a need. Caleb Farley would team with the returning Derwin James to give the Chargers a long, versatile secondary. We’re still in prime trade-up territory for some quarterback-thirsty team.

14. Minnesota Vikings – Alijah Vera-Tucker

(Original Selection – Alijah Vera-Tucker)

The Vikings needed line help before cutting Reiff. Their activity beyond that in free agency only bolstered this. They would be getting a versatile one in Alijah Vera-Tucker who spent most of his time in college on the outside.

15. New England Patriots – Mac Jones

(Original Selection – Kyle Pitts)

If reports are true that the Patriots plan on making a move for one of the top passers in the draft it would likely have to be Mac Jones. If so, Bill Belichick would be cracking the closest thing to a smile you’re going to get from him if this scenario plays out. This still feels like a bit of a smokescreen, though, and a trade down wouldn’t exactly shock anyone.

16. Arizona Cardinals – Jaycee Horn

(Original Pick – Travis Etienne)

After having some doubt whether another corner was worthy of going this high, Jaycee Horn erased all concerns. His 4.39 40-yard dash, 41.5-inch vertical, and 19 bench reps point to his pedigree. Yes, the Cardinals just signed Malcolm Butler. But it’s only a one-year deal. A pick of Horn is one with the long view in mind.

17. Las Vegas Raiders – Teven Jenkins

(Original Pick – Ja’Marr Chase)

The Raiders created the need for this pick when they traded away right tackle Trent Brown to the Patriots. Despite the re-signing and signing of Zay Jones and John Brown, respectively, the Raiders could still use another receiver and there is a big need for a linebacker. But protecting the quarterback is paramount in the NFL.

18. Miami Dolphins – Jaylen Waddle

(Original Pick – Terrance Marshall)

This would be an absolute steal for the Dolphins. Initially slated for the versatile Marshall, Jaylen Waddle is the dynamic presence this offense, and second-year quarterback Tua Tagovailoa needs. Following their earlier selection of Sewell, landing Waddle would be enough to earn this class an ‘A’. And no, Will Fuller’s signing shouldn’t keep them from making this pick.

19. Washington Football Team – Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah

(Original Pick – Trevon Moehrig-Woodard)

A solid free-agent haul has left the Football Team feeling fine despite missing out on one of the top passers (barring a trade, of course). And while they still could use a safety or tackle here, but they instead opt for Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, a player who tallied 142 tackles, seven sacks, and five forced fumbles (with four recoveries) in two seasons at Notre Dame.

20. Chicago Bears – Kadarius Toney

(Original Pick – Mac Jones)

If the Bears are serious about Andy Dalton being QB1, then they need to put more weapons around him. Allen Robinson will be playing on the franchise tag, Darnell Mooney is just in his second year, and they already tried to trade Anthony Miller. Kadarius Toney had 10 touchdowns and nearly 100 yards last season for the Florida Gators. They should try to trade up though.

21. Indianapolis Colts – Kwity Paye

(Original Pick – Dillon Radunz)

The Colts signed Sam Tevi who started 14 games for the Chargers last season in free agency. That plus the shake of the board pushed EDGE to the top of their list of needs. There might be players with more pass-rushing juice, but Kwity Paye is the most complete EDGE defender on the board.

22. Tennessee Titans – Greg Newsome

(Original Pick – Joseph Ossai)

The addition of Bud Dupree influenced this change of heart. But not more than the losses of both Adoree Jackson and Malcolm Butler in free agency. Janoris Jenkins will be 33 early in the season and Kevin Johnson isn’t an answer, especially on a one-year deal. Greg Newsome is quickly rising up draft boards.

23. New York Jets – Zaven Collins

(Original Pick – Jaylen Waddle)

A productive free agency sees the Jets needs change for this pick. Corey Davis doesn’t preclude them from taking a receiver but they can certainly wait for one. Instead, new head coach Robert Saleh gets a versatile new toy for his defense. Zaven Collins, the Nagurski award winner from Tulsa, can play off-ball linebacker or rush the passer.

 

24. Pittsburgh Steelers – Najee Harris

(Original Pick – Liam Eichenberg)

With it looking like some quality tackles could be available in the second round, the Steelers opt to go a different route in an attempt to address their stagnant ground game. James Conner is a strong candidate to return but Pittsburgh has ranked 32nd, 29th, and 32nd with him as the primary back and he’s yet to play a full season.

25. Jacksonville Jaguars – Trevon Moehrig-Woodard

(Original Pick – Jackson Carman)

Just as with Pittsburgh, the Jaguars take note of the available tackles and see light in the second round of the NFL Draft. They can then make what might be a slight reach but secure the top safety in the class in Trevon Moehrig-Woodard. He would go nicely with free-agent acquisitions Shaquille Griffin and Rayshawn Jenkins, and last year’s first-round pick C.J. Henderson in the Jags revamped secondary.

26. Cleveland Browns – Gregory Rousseau

(Original Pick – Gregory Rousseau)

This pick was originally made with the idea of getting a bookend for Myles Garrett. Takkarist McKinley isn’t it and Gregory Rousseau had 15.5 sacks and 19.5 tackles for loss for the Miami Hurricanes in 2019 before opting out last season due to COVID concerns. Barring Jadeveon Clowney singing here, this is the pick.

27. Baltimore Ravens – Rashod Bateman

(Original Pick – Rashod Bateman)

Two things are working against this pick that shouldn’t. One is the hole at EDGE with the loss of both Matt Judon and Yannick Ngakoue. The other is the signing of Sammy Watkins to a one-year deal. But both defenders combined for just nine sacks. And Watkins on the perimeter for a year with Marquise Brown, while Rashod Bateman plays the big slot role, would be Lamar Jackson’s dream scenario.

28. New Orleans Saints – Terrace Marshall

(Original Pick – Jaycee Horn)

The Saints miss out on the top cornerback prospects and need an EDGE. But they also need another weapon for this offense with a new quarterback set to emerge between Jameis Winston or Taysom Hill. Why not get one who can play all three spots and that you should have plenty of tape on in Terrace Marshall of LSU.

29. Green Bay Packers – Jalen Mayfield

(Original Pick – Jalen Mayfield)

The Packers have a 37-year-old future Hall of Famer under center and a 22-year-old 2020 first-rounder waiting in the wings. It’s that simple. Jalen Mayfield also has the versatility the Packers like in their lineman, with the ability to play either tackle spot or to slide inside and play guard.

30. Buffalo Bills – Azeez Ojulari

(Original Pick – Najee Harris)

Buffalo has done a solid job adding to their offense. But the pass rush needs some juice behind the aging duo of Jerry Hughes and Mario Addison. Azeez Ojulari had 12.5 sacks for the Bulldogs last season and would make a nice compliment for A.J. Epenesa, should he come around.

31. Kansas City Chiefs – Dillon Radunz

(Original Pick – Wyatt Davia)

We stick with the o-line for the Chiefs in our mock  NFL Draft (2.0) but, following free agency, they need more help on the outside. With the names still on the board, they may opt to trade down a couple of slots, but Dillon Radunz has the potential to be a franchise left tackle but he might need some work. What better place than with Andy Reid who took Eric Fisher first-overall back in 2013.

32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Christian Barmore

(Original Pick – Christian Barmore)

The Super Bowl Champion Bucs have pulled off a rarity and have retained all 22 starters from the title run. It remains to be seen if the results will be the same. Christian Barmore can serve as useful insurance behind Vita Vea (who missed 11 regular-season games and the first two rounds of the playoffs) and, even more for Ndamukong Suh who is 34 years old.

NFL Draft Version 2.0

The NFL Draft is always an exciting event and this year should be no different. With a return of the in-person format, we will once again have those emotional moments when prospects hear their names called and walk across the stage.

So much can (and will) change between now and the start of the 2021 NFL Draft. Who knows, we might even have to update this once more before it’s all said and done.

 

Triple Zeros: “All the MVPs Going Down”

Triple Zeros

“All the MVPs Going Down”

NBA

In this episode of Triple Zeros, Josh recaps the NBA trade deadline frenzy that saw Nikola Vucevic, Norman Powell, and others move on to new teams. He also talks about the MVP race and how all the contenders are dropping like flies before going into Draymond Green’s comments.

NFL

Then things switch over to NFL talk and the upcoming Clocker Sports 1st-round mock draft 2.0 as free agency has changed the landscape. He also gets you caught up on the latest on Deshaun Watson, asks the media to leave Chicago Bears fans alone about Russell Wilson and so much more!

Winners and Losers from the 2021 NBA Trade Deadline

Examining the Foundational Issues of the NBA’s Cellar-Dwellers

Anchor | Apple

 

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