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Mensaje sin leerpor liny195 » 01 Jun 2019 01:27

It’s only December 30 , so who knows what will actually at the happen at the 2019 NFL Draft in four months, but here’s what we do know: the Arizona Cardinals have the first overall pick for the first time in franchise history. Coming directly after them are the San Francisco 49ers, who own the second overall pick for the second time in three years.So yeah, the Seattle Seahawks might have a little bit more young talent to have to deal with next year and beyond.The Seahawks beat the Cardinals on Sunday, guaranteeing them the top pick. They picked quarterback Josh Rosen 10th overall last year and haven’t used a top-9 selection since taking guard Jonathan Cooper seventh overall in 2013, a move that did not work out. Their last top-five pick was cornerback Patrick Peterson at fifth overall in 2011. That’s gone very well. Arizona had a chance at the number one pick in 2003, but beat the Minnesota Vikings in a Week 17 thriller and ended up choosing third instead, which is where they found Larry Fitzgerald. The future Hall of Fame receiver of course was still suiting up for the Cards this week.Remarkable. Will they find a similar player next year?Impossible to know right now, or if they’ll stay put at number one. If a great QB prospect steps up, like Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins, a team might try to trade up knowing that Arizona is still developing Rosen. If not, Hawkin’s teammate Nick Bosa, a pass rusher and the brother of LA Chargers’ defensive end Joey Bosa, is considered the consensus top overall prospect right now. Which could still change , as we’ve seen happen many times before.If a team does trade up and select a QB, does that mean that Bosa won’t get into the NFC West? Not likely, as the 49ers could be waiting to catch him at two. San Francisco had the second overall pick in 2017, but traded down with the Chicago Bears rather than picking quarterbacks Mitchell Trubisky, Patrick Mahomes, or Deshaun Watson. Instead they took defensive end Solomon Thomas. Despite taking a defensive lineman in the first round in three of the last four years, I imagine that San Francisco wouldn’t hesitate to do it again if he was the best player on the board.After all, Thomas and teammate Arik Armstead have not panned out like DeForest Buckner has, and Bosa could transform their 4-3 defense that was among the NFL’s worst this season.Either way, it’s a defense-heavy class. Other front-seven players considered for the top-five seem to be Alabama’s Quinnen Williams, Auburn’s Derrick Brown, Clemson’s Clelin Farrell, Kentucky’s Josh Allen, LSU’s Devin White , Michigan’s Rashan Gary, and who knows who else will emerge or disappear honestly. The Cards also have maybe the worst offensive line in the NFL, so trading down and targeting a tackle like Alabama’s Jonah Williams is a possibility.The 49ers could also look at a cornerback like LSU’s Greedy Williams. There’s a lot of time left to decide, but those are the top two teams right now. The Seahawks and LA Rams won’t know until their playoff runs are over, and that’s a much sweeter reward today.Full Order The 2018 NFL season is over, but in an era of needing to funnel content out at all times, ESPN has already provided us with extremely early predictions for the 2019 NFL season. Their panel of columnists and analysts were asked who would win Super Bowl 54 in Miami, as well as who would be league MVP.This is behind the ESPN Insider/ESPN+ paywall, so I can’t give you everything, but I will give you the Seahawks related snippets. Kevin Seifert is going bold by having Russell Wilson as the 2019 regular season MVP, citing his excellent 2018 campaign despite a run-first approach.Now I’m of the opinion that the Seahawks offense’s consistent habit of starting slowly just about eliminates Wilson from the MVP race before it can really begin. I imagine he’d have gotten votes in the 2015 season if they didn’t go the entire first-half of the season without scoring more than two offensive touchdowns in a game. But hey, trends can be broken, and if the Seahawks passing offense gets into gear early in 2019 and keeps that pace up, we could see Wilson in that MVP conversation.Unsurprisingly , Patrick Mahomes topped the predictions tally, with four of nine panelists picking the Kansas City Chiefs star to repeat as league MVP. Aaron Rodgers was the only other QB to receive more than one vote, while other MVP predictions went to Drew Brees and Andrew Luck.As for the “way too early” Super Bowl LIV pick? Well again, very early, free agency hasn’t started, but why the hell not? Former Seahawks beat writer Mike Sando, now an ESPN senior NFL columnist, has got Seattle in the Super Bowl... except they lose to the New England Patriots again.The other predictions included the Los Angeles Chargers over the Chicago Bears (from Matt Bowen), the New Orleans Saints over Houston Texans (Dan Graziano), and unsurprisingly multiple analysts went with the Kansas City Chiefs over the Los Angeles Rams, while KC Joyner went Rams over Chiefs. Yes, KC picked KC to lose.I’m sure we’ll be bringing up national media prognostications throughout the offseason, so this is just the start. Will anyone dare pick a terrible season for the Seahawks again? You’re all on notice.
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