Week after week, Offseason for Offseason and now Dealing Dealing for Dealing is the first round of NFL Draft for 2015 before our eyes.
After the Jacksonville Jaguars finally gave up Randbauer Dante Fowler Jr. On Tuesday, when he handed the Los Angeles Rams for a third-round and fifth-round pick, the eleven made 32 first-year goals from 2015, dropped by their original team. 2015 is not in the same company as the first round of 2013 (one of the worst collections of recent decades), but it is definitely a rise to shame. And it could get a lot worse.
No. 1 Option, QB Jameis Winston: Banish the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from their thoughts with the same mistakes he has made since his appointment.
No. 2, QB Marcus Mariota: Despite the optimism still being pumped out by the Tennessee Titans headquarters, he is often injured and does not seem to go around the corner.
no. 3 and 4 (see below)
No. 5, OG Brandon Scherff: An anchor starter and pro bowler for the Washington Redskins, who was actually worth his selection compared to the head of this design.
No. 6, DE Leonard Williams: Formerly it looked like a world-famous defensive end for the New York Jets, but it's not nearly up to this hype.
No. 7, WR Kevin White: Absolute disaster for the Chicago Bears. Injuries issues of mental toughness. It was not worthwhile remotely to achieve the enthusiasm with which he raised the draftboards in 2015. He has 263 yards in his career. Yikes.
No. 8, DE Vic Beasley: A complete puzzle for the Atlanta Falcons, who had an epic 15 ½ sack season in 2016, followed by mediocrity. For someone with so much talent, he also has some embarrassing moments in the movie.
No. 9 (see below)
No. 10, RB Todd Gurley: The guy who should have driven the # 1 and was worth it … even as a return. He has the argument to be the NFL's MVP this season, and since 2015 has been one of the best offensive players in football.
That's a pretty ugly collection – and these are the guys who worked with their franchise partners by the end of last year year 4. But eleven others from the first round of 2015 did not do that – and it turns out a terrible first round. Especially considering the most likely drop of some of the above guys in the top 10. Against this background, the guys are listed that have already been pushed by their original team in the sea:
No. Fowler 3: He lost his rookie season with a knee injury and never fully rounded a bend in Jacksonville when the dominant edge shifter the Jaguars thought they would get. Now he's met with Ram's defensive coordinator Wade Phillips.
No. 4, WR Amari Cooper: Like the Oakland Raiders gangbangers, he began with two Pro Bowl nods in the first two years, then got caught in a wave of injuries and lost the passes. His last 20 games were not inspiring enough for new coach Jon Gruden (and some fans) to see the first round of the Dallas Cowboys as a big win. Now he will try to get back on track with Dak Prescott from this week on.
No. 9, OT Ereck Flowers: A guy who seemed to have a reach on the day of the New York Giants' designs turned out to be a definition for a bust. He drove the nutcrackers, killed Eli Manning almost regularly, drooling the passerines, expecting to be with him. He was cut this season and is now with the Jaguars.
No. 12, DT Danny Shelton: An extreme run-slugger who broke pockets for the Cleveland Browns, Shelton rarely looked special in the NFL. He started three seasons with bad defense, but probably should only be a sprocket. That's what he became for the New England Patriots, who bought Shelton and a fifth round off-season for a third player.
No. 18, CB Marcus Peters: One of the rare instances when a special player was the right choice for the Kansas City Chiefs, but has been welcome in three seasons. Peters was a Pro Bowler, All Pro and a defensive rookie of the year in Kansas City. He was also strange, moody, contradicted the Defense Coordinator, and not always the happiest locker room. A source said about him, "We did not have to worry about Sundays. We had to worry about him on Wednesdays. "That got Peters to swap the last season in the sixth round against the Rams in return for a second and fourth round. The Rams love him and he will also get the contract paid in LA, which he would probably never get in Kansas City.
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no. 26, WR Breshad Perriman: The Baltimore Ravens fell in love with their size and speed during the design process. After Perriman had completed a few 4.3 second long 40-yard darts at his UCF pro day. When he arrived, Baltimore quickly realized that he was a raw project player. Knee injuries derailed him and ended with the Ravens refusing his option in the fifth year. He jumped from the Washington Redskins to the Browns, where he currently has a catch for 6 yards.
No. 28, OG Laken Tomlinson: The Detroit Lions thought they had a 10-year starter at Tomlinson. But he was volatile for two years and did not fit well with what a new front office wanted from its offensive line. He was handed out in the San Francisco 49ers for a fifth-round pick in 2017 and has been a steady starter ever since.
No. 29, WR Phillip Dorsett: A heavy burner designed to demolish Andrew Luck's defense was an often injured player who could never finish a starter job. Just a lot of speed and little more what the Patriots after quarterback Jacoby Brissett found out for him. A trade that the Colts won by the way in a flashy way.
No. 30, SS Damarious Randall: Actually a pretty solid choice for the Green Bay Packers, who do plays and show talent. But he was also incredibly contradictory and when the Front Office was handed over to a new regime, he went first in the Browns for quarterback DeShone Kizer. For the Browns, he was a similar player, as a quality starter, dealing with injuries, but also with flashing talents.
31, LB Stephone Anthony: He quickly came out of the gate for the Saints of New Orleans and looked just like the knocker they hoped would get him as a beginner. But a change of pace to the Strongside linebacker and subsequent injuries led to a sideways movement and he still has not recovered. The saints cast him off for the Dolphins for a fifth round in 2017 and have not regretted it since Anthony had anything but a bit of a fight.
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