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Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 247 - Special Guest Joe Marino (Part 2)

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Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 247 - Special Guest Joe Marino (Part 2)

Today, Andrew Mertig and Kyle Fellows are joined by Joe Marino of The Draft Network for part two of their NFL Draft discussion. Today the team takes a deep dive into the defensive prospects who may interest the Packers.

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Andy is a graduate of UW-Oshkosh and owns & operates the Pack-A-Day Podcast. Andy has taken multiple courses in NFL scouting and appears weekly on 107.5 The Fan in Green Bay to breakdown film. This past season he was an analyst on Green Bay Nation on WFRV TV in Green Bay. Andy grew up in Green Bay and is a lifelong season ticket holder; follow him on Twitter at @sconniesports.

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Dragon5's picture

12: R1P12 LB DEVIN WHITE LSU
30: R1P30 DL ZACH ALLEN BOSTON COLLEGE
44: R2P12 EDGE CHASE WINOVICH MICHIGAN
75: R3P11 S AMANI HOOKER IOWA
114: R4P12 WR MILES BOYKIN NOTRE DAME
118: R4P16 TE FOSTER MOREAU LSU
150: R5P12 OT MARTEZ IVEY FLORIDA

lowcsp's picture

Here is my fantasy first 4 rds.
1: R1P12
OT JAWAAN TAYLOR
FLORIDA
2: R1P30
EDGE CHASE WINOVICH
MICHIGAN
3: R2P12
S CHAUNCEY GARDNER-JOHNSON
FLORIDA
4: R3P11
G CHRIS LINDSTROM
BOSTON COLLEGE
5: R4P12
RB JUSTICE HILL
OKLAHOMA STATE
6: R4P16
TE JACE STERNBERGER
TEXAS A&M

CalPacker's picture

Or maybe an outside the box, trade down-option?
23: Cody Ford OL
30: Joe Jackson EDGE
44: David Long CB
54: Darnell Savage S
75: Stanley Morgan Jr WR
114: Ross Pierscbacher OL
118: Dawson Knox TE
150: Alex Barnes RB

Dragon5's picture

HOU has long been an intriguing trade back spot, especially given they have two late 2nds. The sweet spot in the draft for me though seems to be the first half of round two. My fav scenario is a QB needy team that wants the 5th year option that only the first round can offer, and pays a premium trading up to #30 for a 2nd & 3rd. DEN CIN MIA WAS all in the loop. Hopefully Rosen is not traded to one of those teams, nor NE as that takes away our leverage sitting 2 spots in front of them to close out the first round.

CalPacker's picture

Yeah, that's a pretty cool idea. It gives us Fant @12 and an additional rd3 pick (probably 72 from Cinn). My problem is that I've kinda fallen in love with Long, Savage, Morgan Jr and Pierscbacher, and your version of trading back makes those picks iffy? Still, it's a valid trade-back option...

CalPacker's picture

Problem fixed: combine your trade (GB 30 for Cinn 42 and 72) with a trade up with KC (GB 75+118 for KC 61 ) and my scenario almost works out:
12 Fant TE
42 Lindstrom OL
44 Jackson EDGE
61 Long CB
72 Savage S
114 Morgan Jr WR
150 Nijman OL (I prefer Pierscbacher, but he will be gone by 150)

albert999's picture

3 different mocks

1.12: EDGE Brian Burns, Florida State
1.30: TE T.J. Hockenson, Iowa
2.44: WR A.J. Brown, Ole Miss
3.75: S Darnell Savage, Maryland

1.12: DL Ed Oliver, Houston
1.30: S Nasir Adderley, Delaware
2.44: OL Chris Lindstrom, Boston College
3.75: WR Andy Isabella, UMass

1.12: EDGE Montez Sweat, Miss. State
1.30: OL Dalton Risner, Kansas State
2.44: S Juan Thornhill, Virginia
3.75: WR Parris Campbell, Ohio State

albert999's picture

3rd round sure pick
Andy Isabella
While Isabella lacks in overall size (5-9, 188), he has major speed (4.31) and quickness and a history of big-time production. Last season, Isabella caught 102 passes for 1,698 yards and 13 touchdowns. He not only earned Pro Football Focus’ top overall grade among receivers and the top receiving grade among all players in 2018, but he finished as the site’s sixth-best college player overall last season, trailing only Quinnen Williams, Kyler Murray, Christian Wilkins, Josh Allen and Trevor Lawrence.

stockholder's picture

@12 Wilkins @30 Adderley @44 Lindstrom @ 75 ty Summers

albert999's picture

wilkins
summers
???

stockholder's picture

@12 Oliver goes early, and Wilkins DT might not make it by Buffalo now. I still think Buffalo goes OT. But if their not there. Bush would be my pick. Summers TCU is a ILB. ( fast) . And was selected because they need a ILB. I also think Adderley could be taken then. But my preference is still Simmons @30. At some point the packers must take a DL. The draft will not produce a starter unless they take Oliver or Wilkens.

Cubbygold's picture

The best draft approach is to communicate well with other teams and be open minded about all the opportunities in front of you. Last years trades with NO and SEA netted GB about 300 points on Draftteks value chart (the equivalent of a late second round pick). Picking up additional value like that is how great teams are built.

So if there's a similar offer on the table, I hope Gute makes the trade again. Here are the historical picks at #12. Very few of these guys turned out to be franchise changing players and there are many names that were complete busts. Odds are that most of the top guys we're discussing are going to be far from game-changing. If someone is willing to give GB value in a trade, I hope Gute makes that deal again.

2000: Shaun Ellis
2001: Damione Lewis
2002: Wendell Bryant
2003: Jimmy Kennedy
2004: Jonathan Vilma
2005: Shawne Merriman
2006: Haloti Ngata
2007: Marshawn Lynch
2008: Ryan Clady
2009: Knowshon Moreno
2010: Tyson Alualu
2011: Christian Ponder
2012: Fletcher Cox
2013: D.J. Hayden
2014: Odell Beckham
2015: Danny Shelton

albert999's picture

wtf?

albert999's picture

Bring back Dash
Please

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