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  1. bob witt
    04/17/2020

    enjoy reading the commentary. thanks.

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  2. Na Sam
    04/17/2020

    Great as usual.

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  3. Jeff
    04/17/2020

    Would love Aiyuk as the pick.

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  4. Michael Rodney
    04/17/2020

    I didn’t want to go with Aiyuk because I don’t trust Gutekunst to draft a WR in the first round. But of the players left, I couldn’t find a better choice.

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  5. Andy
    04/17/2020

    Appreciate the thought you put into this. It is packed with great insight. Thank you.

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  6. Michael Rodney
    04/17/2020

    Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment.

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  7. Loren
    04/17/2020

    I like your pick. It will be even better if a trade down would work out. Of course, there will be at least 2 teams that fall in love with someone not expected to be in the top 32 so……let the fun begin. At least there will be something to watch on a sports channel for a day or 2.

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  8. Bryan Johnson
    04/17/2020

    I would be fine with that pick. I also wouldn’t mind a trade back to the 2nd round as I assume he will still be there at 35 or so.

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  9. Tom Moshier
    04/19/2020

    Nothing buys a GM more time and goodwill than hitting on a franchise QB. And Gutekunst knows it. And if Gutekunst thinks Jordan Love is a franchise QB then it’s a no brainer if he’s there at 30, which I doubt. Assuming we stay put. Blacklock makes sense due to our poor run defense. I can’t get the championship game out of my head. As does Swift or Taylor. We can’t pay everyone next year. You may have to decide between keeping Aaron Jones or Kevin King. But I don’t trust Wagner at RT either. So Austin Jackson or Ezra Taylor make sense too. I just wouldn’t draft a WR in the 1st round. There’s enough depth to get a good one in rounds 2 or 3. At 30, I’d go T, RB, DT. Curious, you seem to be down on your evaluation of Denzel Mims but have him going to the Vikings at 25.

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  10. Michael Rodney
    04/19/2020

    I wouldn’t say I’m down on Mims. I can’t really judge WRs until I see them live or on the coaches tape. But from what I’ve seen on TV, he wouldn’t be someone I’d take in the first round. There are just some things about his game that give me pause. But he’ll go in round 1. That kind of skill set almost always does.

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  11. AB
    04/20/2020

    As far as WR are concerned, is there really a big talent gap between say Jefferson and Aiyuk (or Reagar)? I almost feel like you’re spot on with Aiyuk given the need for speed and burst over a Jefferson type of WR.

    Thanks for the excellent content and insight, always look forward to the postings!

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  12. Cocoman
    04/20/2020

    Another possibility I haven’t seen discussed is to pick Cesar Ruiz from Michigan, play him at G and move Jenkins to RT. This is also gives the team a lot of flexibility with the upcoming contracts on the O-Line. What are your thoughts?

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  13. Michael Rodney
    04/20/2020

    Either LaFleur or Gutekunst already said Jenkins isn’t moving to right tackle.

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