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|Geplaatst: 03-04-2018 03:21:23 Onderwerp: 2018 NFL Mock Draft 3.0: Mel Kiper's picks for 1-32
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So we're on to Mock Draft 3.0 -- click the links for 2.0 and 1.0 -- with several changes on the board based on how free agency impacted the first round. http://www.bengalsfootballprostore.com/GIOVANI-BERNARD-JERSEY-CHEAP.html Let's go 1-32. (My new Big Board and Authentic Martin Jones Jersey position rankings can be found here.)
No change here from my first two mock drafts. Womens Paul Thompson Jersey The Browns are zeroing in on a quarterback with the first overall pick, and Allen has crushed the pre-draft process. http://www.authenticlosangelesangelsshop.com/Garrett-Richards-Jersey The addition of Tyrod Taylor allows Allen, who is Antti Niemi Jersey the most raw of the top quarterback prospects in this class, to sit on the sideline and adjust to the speed of the NFL.
Cleveland doesn't have to play Allen immediately, which really hurt DeShone Kizer in 2017.
A data- and research-filled presentation from the NFL's medical staff on Tuesday prompted owners to demand a new and potentially far-reaching rule to ban players from lowering their heads to initiate contact with their helmets.
Competition committee chairman Rich McKay scrambled to incorporate an intended point of emphasis into the rule book within hours, with plenty of details left to be determined.As owners disperse Wednesday, let's review what we know about that rule and the other prominent on-field changes that were approved, tabled and rejected this week in Orlando.
The requirement to "survive the ground" has been eliminated a change designed specifically to avoid future instances of counterintuitive rulings that spurred debate about plays involving Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson in 2010, Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant in 2014 and Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Jesse James in 2017.
Now, a receiver must control the ball, establish himself in bounds and perform a football move such as a third step or a lunge -- to make a legal catch. This definition applies to players who remain standing or are going to the ground. It will remain eligible for replay review.
McKay believes this change makes the rule objective, but others -- including former officiating chief Dean Blandino -- think it will simply swap one set of debates out for another.