nfl-wild-cardAnother AFC playoff game, another team starting a backup quarterback.  Woof.  Ginger King was right; can we just skip to the part where the Patriots win the AFC?  And how long after Belichick retires until they change the name of the Lamar Hunt trophy?

Miami @ Pittsburgh (-11), Sunday, 1:05 pm

This game is a rematch of Week 6, were the 7 point home underdog Miami Dolphins upset the Pittsburgh Steelers, 30-15.  That game was the turning point of the Dolphins season.  Entering the game with a 1-4 record, the Dolphins won 9 of the next 11 to secure a playoff berth.

Of course, there are quite a few differences between then and now.  For starters, it’ll be about 70 degrees colder.  The Dolphins can downplay the weather all they want, but they are kidding themselves if they think it won’t affect them.  Of far bigger concern is the Week 15 MCL injury that has sidelined starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill.  Tannehill doesn’t exactly scare defenses, but he was quietly putting together a solid season (3,000 yards, 19 TDs) under the tutelage of quarterback-whisperer Adam Gase.  Next man up is journeyman Matt Moore.  Best descripted as a “gamer”; meaning he isn’t shy to throw it around…whether it’s his guys or the other team catching it is another story.

Where's the clipboard?

Where’s the clipboard?

The Steelers are going to be looking for redemption from the Week 6 matchup as it was their worst offensive game of the season.  Ben Roethlisberger got knocked out of that game early and missed an offensive series before returning, but was never quite right.  As a result, the entire offense was in a funk and never could snap out.  These are highly uncharacteristic stat lines:

Week 6

Roethlisberger :  19/34, 189 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs

Bell: 10 attempts, 53 yards, 0 TD

Brown:  4 catches, 39 yards, 0 TD

The Steelers have been red-hot, winners of their last seven games.  They are 6-2 at Heinz Field and average nearly a touchdown more at home as opposed to the road.  They will move the ball on the Dolphins and score points.  The Dolphins won’t be able to shutdown Ben, Bell and Brown this time around.

Defensively the Steelers should sellout to stop the run and force Matt Moore to beat them.  Jay Ajaji gashed them for over 200 yards.  Ajaji has a bit of Beastmode in him and seems to get stronger as the game wears on.

The house that Ketchup built

The house that Ketchup built

I don’t think the Dolphins can keep pace with the Steelers at Heinz Field.  I’ve got the Steelers cruising to victory, putting them in Arrowhead next week.

Final Score: Pittsburgh 34, Miami 17

Miami Dolphins v Pittsburgh Steelers


nfl-wild-cardIt’s not how you start, it’s how you finish!  Welcome to the 2017 NFL Playoffs.  The kickoff game isn’t exactly get-your-popcorn-ready material.  This unwatchable match-up (which probably pulls twice the rating of the Cubs/Indians World Series Game 7) features the team that drafted Khalil Mack (Oakland Raiders) and the team that should have drafted Khalil Mack (Houston Texans).  Vegas agrees,, this game has the lowest total (37) of the weekend….but hey, it does have the smallest spread (HOU -3.5), so maybe it’ll be close?!



A lot of people thought the Texans were crazy when they signed Brock Osweiler to an $72 million dollar contract in the offseason…..and those people were right.  Through 15 games, “B.O.” completed under 60% of his passes, threw more picks (12) than touchdowns (11) , took 27 sacks and fumbled a handful of times.  In other words, good enough to win the AFC South!

Not surprisingly, the Texans skill players collectively turned in a down year.  Lamar Miller barely cracked a 1,000 yards; a threshold DeAndre Hopkins couldn’t even reach.  Safe to say Nuk wasn’t on many fantasy championship rosters this year.



Despite losing their best player before the season began, defense is the name of the game in Houston.  JJ Watt was too busy creating his own logo and filming Bose commercials to train in the offseason and promptly blew out his back, missing the entire season.  Ironically, if you look at his logo upside down you can kind of see an inflated ego. #hiddenmessage.  That has left the 2014 No. 1 overall pick, Jadeveon Clowney as the face of the defense.  For his career, The Clown has amassed 72 tackles, 10.5 sacks and 1 forced fumble….or what we like to call a “down year” for All-World Khalil Mack (University at Buffalo shout out).

The Texans defense ranks first in yards allowed.   Or is it last in yards allowed??  Either way, teams had trouble moving the ball for positive gains against the Texans.  I guess they can hang their oversized cowboy hats on that…..oh and the fact that they don’t have to face….

Might want to mix in a few squats to the workout routine

Might want to mix in a few squats to the workout routine, just saying.

Derek Carr was in the MVP discussions before he broke his leg in half on Christmas Eve.  Not to be outdone, backup Matt “The other Red Rifle” McGloin broke his McShoulder the following week.  To top it all off, starting Left Tackle Donald Penn has been ruled out with a knee injury.  When the Raiders move to Vegas any chance they change their logo to a black cat breaking a mirror with an upside down horseshoe under a ladder?

Soulless embrace. #14

Soulless embrace. #14

Truthfully, the McGloin injury is a blessing in disguise considering he’s 1-7 as a starter.  That’s bad, right?  The Raiders at least get to trot out the “element of surprise” in 4th round rookie Connor Cook.  The Texans are literally going to have to breakdown his college tape to game plan for him.  Have fun with that.

The 3.5 point spread makes a ton of sense.  The Raiders are going to protect Cook as much as possible (translation: run the ball) knowing that the Houston offense isn’t exactly going to blow the doors off the hinges.  Turnover machine Osweiler will see to that.  This game feels like it is going to come down to a fluky special teams play or a missed extra point.

Since I’m practically the president of the Khalil Mack fan club (is it that obvious?), my pick here may be slightly biased, but I’ll take the RAIDERS +3.5.

Final Score: Houston 24, Oakland 22


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Get some!

We’ve got you covered for QBs, RBs, WRs and even DEF & Kickers.  We finish with Tight Ends.  As you can see there isn’t much discrepancy between our TE ranks, because basically there is Gronk and everyone else.  Olsen, Kelce and Reed are interesting, but on average, they are only going to give you a few points per week over the likes of Fleener, Allen and Gates.  If I don’t get Gronkowski I’m fine with waiting on TE and grabbing one of the guys beyond the top 10.  and could but up big numbers in their offenses, but on a week to week basis they

2016 Rankings: Tight Ends
Composite Rage Ginger
TE1 Rob Gronkowski 1 1
TE2 Greg Olsen 2 2
TE3 Travis Kelce 4 3
TE4 Jordan Reed 3 4
TE5 Delanie Walker 5 5
TE6 Tyler Eifert 6 6
TE7 Julius Thomas 8 7
TE8 Coby Fleener 7 10
TE9 Gary Barnidge 10 8
TE10 Ladarius Green 9 11
TE11 Zach Ertz 14 9
TE12 Dwayne Allen 11 12
TE13 Antonio Gates 12 13
TE14 Jason Witten 13 14
TE15 Jimmy Graham 15 15
TE16 Martellus Bennett 17 16
TE17 Charles Clay 16 17
TE18 Eric Ebron 18 20
TE19 Kyle Rudolph 19 19
TE20 Jordan Cameron 20 23
TE23 Will Tye 22 21
TE21 Jared Cook 23 22
TE24 Austin Seferian-Jenkins 28 18
TE22 Vance McDonald 21 25
TE25 Jace Amaro 25 24
TE26 Clive Walford 26 26
TE27 Richard Rodgers 24 32
TE28 Larry Donnell 31 27
TE30 Jacob Tamme 27 31
TE31 Hunter Henry 29 29
TE29 Benjamin Watson 31 28
TE33 Brandon Pettigrew 32 30
TE32 Cameron Brate 30 33

(Note: rankings were compiled prior to the Ladarius Green “headache/retirement” rumors.  I’d avoid Green like a pregnant lady dodging mosquitoes at Copacabana).

Tight Ends

Tight Ends



And with the last pick in your draft…

2016 Rankings: Defense & Special Teams
Composite Rage Ginger
DEF1 Denver Broncos 1 2
DEF2 Seattle Seahawks 3 1
DEF3 Arizona Cardinals 2 3
DEF4 Carolina Panthers 4 5
DEF5 LA Rams 5 7
DEF6 Houston Texans 8 6
DEF7 New England Patriots 11 4
DEF8 Cincinnati Bengals 7 10
DEF9 Minnesota Vikings 6 12
DEF10 New York Jets 9 9
DEF11 Buffalo Bills 13 8
DEF12 Kansas City Chiefs 10 11
DEF13 Oakland Raiders 12 18
DEF14 Jacksonville Jaguars 14 16
DEF15 Green Bay Packers 16 14
DEF16 Pittsburgh Steelers 15 15
DEF17 New York Giants 20 13
DEF18 Baltimore Ravens 18 17
DEF19 Philadelphia Eagles 17 20
DEF20 Miami Dolphins 19 19
DEF21 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 21 24
DEF22 San Francisco 49ers 24 21
DEF23 Detroit Lions 22 23
DEF24 Indianapolis Colts 26 22
DEF25 Washington Redskins 23 25
DEF26 Tennessee Titans 25 26
DEF27 Atlanta Falcons 27 29
DEF28 Chicago Bears 28 28
DEF29 Cleveland Browns 30 27
DEF30 Dallas Cowboys 29 30
DEF31 San Diego Chargers 31 32
DEF32 New Orlean Saints 32 31
Winning Championships since 1966.

Winning Championships since 1966.

2016 Rankings: Kickers
Composite Rage Ginger
KR1 Stephen Gostkowski 1 1
KR2 Steven Hauschka 2 2
KR3 Justin Tucker 3 3
KR4 Dan Bailey 6 4
KR5 Mason Crosby 4 6
KR6 Graham Gano 5 7
KR7 Adam Vinatieri 9 5
KR8 Brandon McManus 7 9
KR9 Blair Walsh 8 10
KR10 Chandler Catanzaro 11 8
KR11 Josh Brown 10 11
KR12 Dan Carpenter 13 12
KR13 Matt Prater 12 13
KR14 Cairo Santos 14 14
KR15 Sebastian Janikowski 15 15
KR16 Robert Aguayo 16 16
KR17 Robbie Gould 17 17
KR18 Chris Boswell 18 18
KR19 Greg Zuerlein 19 19
KR20 Matt Bryant 20 20
KR21 Graham Gano 21 21
KR22 Mike Nugent 22 22
KR23 Nick Novak 23 23
KR24 Connor Barth 24 24


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Get some!

We’ve covered QBs and RBs so far, and now we’re onto my favorite skill group, Wide Receivers.  In PPR leagues, you can never have to many WRs.  When in doubt, draft another wideout.  In most leagues I’m looking to grab a top flight guy and then pound the WR12-WR30 range, hopefully getting 2-4 WR’s from that grouping.



2016 Rankings: Wide Receivers
Composite Rage Ginger
WR1 Antonio Brown 1 1
WR2 Odell Beckham Jr. 2 2
WR3 Julio Jones 3 3
WR4 DeAndre Hopkins 4 5
WR5 A.J. Green 6 4
WR6 Dez Bryant 5 8
WR7 Brandon Marshall 8 6
WR8 Mike Evans 9 9
WR9 Allen Robinson 7 12
WR10 Alshon Jeffery 12 10
WR11 Jordy Nelson 16 7
WR12 Keenan Allen 10 13
WR13 T.Y. Hilton 11 14
WR14 Jarvis Landry 18 11
WR15 Amari Cooper 13 18
WR16 Demaryius Thomas 17 15
WR17 Brandin Cooks 15 19
WR18 Kelvin Benjamin 20 17
WR19 Sammy Watkins 14 23
WR20 Doug Baldwin 19 24
WR21 Larry Fitzgerald 28 16
WR22 Golden Tate 23 21
WR23 Julian Edelman 25 20
WR24 Randall Cobb 24 22
WR25 Emmanual Sanders 22 26
WR26 Donte Moncrief 21 31
WR27 Eric Decker 27 27
WR28 Michael Floyd 30 25
WR29 Jeremy Maclin 29 30
WR30 Allen Hurns 26 34
WR31 Jordan Matthews 34 28
WR32 Sterling Sheppard 39 29
WR33 Kevin White 35 39
WR34 Desean Jackson 33 41
WR35 Marvin Jones 38 37
WR36 Michael Crabtree 36 40
WR37 Tyler Lockett 32 45
WR38 Devante Parker 43 35
WR39 John Brown 40 38
WR40 Tavon Austin 42 42
WR41 Josh Gordon 41 44
WR42 Stephan Diggs 31 55
WR43 Torrey Smith 44 46
WR44 Steve Smith 59 32
WR45 Brandon LaFell 58 33
WR46 Markus Wheaton 37 54
WR47 Kamar Aiken 47 48
WR48 Nelson Agholor 54 43
WR49 Phillip Dorsett 48 50
WR50 Anquan Boldin 65 36
WR51 Corey Coleman 49 52
WR52 Willie Snead 56 47
WR53 Vincent Jackson 50 53
WR54 Laquan Treadwell 55 51
WR55 Devin Funchess 45 61
WR56 Travis Benjamin 51 56
WR57 Kenny Stills 60 49
WR58 Mohamed Sanu 46 63
WR59 Sammie Coats 52 58
WR60 Michael Thomas 53 59
WR61 Breshad Perriman 61 57
WR62 Josh Docston 57 64
WR63 Kendall Wright 63 60
WR64 Nelson Agholor 62 62
WR65 Tyler Boyd 64 65



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Get some!

While the quarterback position isn’t likely to make or break your fantasy football draft (and season), selecting the right running back, at the right time, will set you up for the long grind of the season.  This year’s running back group feels deeper than recent years, likely the result of ‘specialized’ backs and the rise of the timeshare backfield.  While there are more guys that can get you points, there are fewer workhorse backs.  Those guys are easy to spot, as they are the ones toward the top of the list:

DJ Touchdown

2016 Rankings: Running Backs
Composite Rage Ginger
RB1 David Johnson 1 2
RB2 Adrian Peterson 4 1
RB3 Todd Gurley 3 3
RB4 Ezekiel Elliott 2 5
RB5 Le’Veon Bell 5 4
RB6 Lamar Miller 6 8
RB7 Jamaal Charles 7 7
RB8 Doug Martin 9 10
RB9 LeSean McCoy 8 12
RB10 Devonta Freeman 12 9
RB11 Mark Ingram 10 11
RB12 Eddie Lacy 16 6
RB13 C.J. Anderson 11 15
RB14 Thomas Rawls 13 14
RB15 Carlos Hyde 14 13
RB16 Latavius Murray 17 16
RB17 DeMarco Murray 15 20
RB18 Matt Forte 21 17
RB19 Melvin Gordon 18 21
RB20 Dion Lewis 24 19
RB21 Giovani Bernard 19 25
RB22 Duke Johnson 23 22
RB23 Danny Woodhead 31 18
RB24 T.J. Yeldon 26 23
RB25 Jeremy Langford 20 31
RB26 Jeremy Hill 25 30
RB27 Jonathan Stewart 28 28
RB28 Matt Jones 32 24
RB29 Arian Foster 22 36
RB30 Ameer Abdullah 36 26
RB31 Ryan Mathews 27 35
RB32 Rashad Jennings 33 29
RB33 Frank Gore 29 37
RB34 Darren Sproles 35 32
RB35 Chris Ivory 41 27
RB36 Shane Vereen 34 38
RB37 Justin Forsett 39 34
RB38 Jay Ajayi 44 33
RB39 Bilal Powell 37 40
RB40 Charles Sims 30 49
RB41 Theo Riddick 38 41
RB42 DeAngelo Williams 42 39
RB43 Tevin Coleman 40 42
RB44 Isaiah Crowell 47 43
RB45 Jerick McKinnon 45 45
RB46 Javorius Allen 43 50
RB47 Derrick Henry 51 44
RB48 Devontae Booker 49 48
RB49 Kenneth Dixon 52 46
RB50 Spencer Ware 48 51
RB51 DeAndre Washington 53 47
RB52 C.J. Prosise 46 55
RB53 Chris Johnson 50 53
RB54 Darren McFadden 56 52
RB55 Jordan Howard 54 54
RB56 Paul Perkins 55 58
RB57 Wendell Smallwood 57 56
RB58 James Starks 59 57
RB59 LeGarrette Blount 58 60
RB60 James White 60 59




We are going to win so big.

We are going to win so big.

The Machine has emerged from the depths of the film room, breaking only to restock the fridge and watch the occasional Olympian arm/leg/face brake.  We’re rolling out our Fantasy Football Rankings so that you can dominate your fantasy football draft (again)!  We’ll start with the gunslingers…..



2016 Rankings: Quarterbacks
  Composite Rage Ginger
QB1 Aaron Rodgers 1 1
QB2 Cam Newton 2 3
QB3 Andrew Luck 5 2
QB4 Ben Roethlisberger 4 4
QB5 Russell Wilson 3 8
QB6 Drew Brees 6 5
QB7 Eli Manning 8 6
QB8 Blake Bortles 7 9
QB9 Tom Brady 10 7
QB10 Philip Rivers 9 11
QB11 Carson Palmer 11 10
QB12 Tony Romo 12 14
QB13 Andy Dalton 14 12
QB14 Derek Carr 15 13
QB15 Tyrod Taylor 13 16
QB16 Matt Ryan 19 15
QB17 Kirk Cousins 18 17
QB18 Marcus Mariota 17 19
QB19 Ryan Fitzpatrick 16 22
QB20 Matthew Stafford 20 18
QB21 Jameis Winston 21 20
QB22 Ryan Tannehill 23 21
QB23 Alex Smith 22 24
QB24 Joe Flacco 26 23
QB25 Jay Cutler 24 25
QB26 Sam Bradford 25 26
QB27 Teddy Bridgewater 27 27
QB28 Brock Osweiler 30 28
QB29 Robert Griffin III 28 31
QB30 Blaine Gabbert 29 32
QB31 Jared Goff 32 29
QB32 Mark Sanchez 31 30

My favorite quarterback strategy in early drafts has been to target one of the 2004 NFL Draft Class QBs ***cracks open beer, pours one out for JP Losman, chugs the rest*** and pair him with a late upside, running QB (Taylor, Mariota).



Mock Draft (Roidrage Final)

It's Draft Day!

It’s Draft Day!

Round 1 Team Pick Position
1 St. Louis Rams Jared Goff (Cal) QB
2 Philadelphia Eagles Carson Wentz (N. Dakota St.) QB
3 San Diego Chargers DeForest Buckner (Oregon) DL
4 Dallas Cowboys Jalen Ramsey (FSU) DB
5 Jacksonville Jaguars Ronnie Stanley (Notre Dame) OL
6 Baltimore Ravens Laremy Tunsil (Ole Miss) OL
7 San Francisco 49ers Joey Bosa (OSU) DL
8 Cleveland Browns Ezekiel Elliot (OSU) RB
9 Tampa Bay Bucs Myles Jack (UCLA) LB
10 New York Giants Leonard Floyd (Georgia) LB
11 Chicago Bears Vernon Hargreaves (Florida) DB
12 New Orleans Saints Sheldon Rankins (Louisiana) DL
13 Miami Dolphins Shaq Lawson (Clemson) DL
14 Oakland Raiders William Jackson III (Houston) DB
15 Tennessee Titans Jack Conklin (MSU) OL
16 Detroit Lions Laquan Treadwell (Ole Miss) WR
17 Atlanta Falcons Jarran Reed (Alabama) DL
18 Indianapolis Colts Taylor Decker (OSU) OL
19 Buffalo Bills Noah Spence (E. Kentucky) DL
20 New York Jets Paxton Lynch (Memphis) QB
21 Washington Redskins Darren Lee (OSU) LB
22 Houston Texans Corey Coleman (Baylor) WR
23 Minnesota Vikings Josh Doctson (TCU) WR
24 Cincinnati Bengals Will Fuller (Notre Dame) WR
25 Pittsburgh Steelers Keanu Neal (Florida) S
26 Seattle Seahawks Ryan Kelly (Alabama) OL
27 Green Bay Packers Chris Jones (Miss St) DL
28 Kansas City Chiefs Robert Nkemdiche (Ole Miss) DL
29 Arizona Cardinals Reggie Ragland (Alabama) LB
30 Carolina Panthers Karl Joseph (WV) DB
31 Denver Broncos Kevin Dodd (Clemson) DL

*Updated 4/28/2016, 6:00 PM

Mock Draft (Roidrage 3.0)

It's Draft Week!

It’s Draft Week!

Relatively speaking its been a pretty boring week, what with the Chargers not trading their pick.  What, nobody willing to mortgage their future on the arm (or mustache) of Paxton Lynch?!  Luckily for us there are so many wild cards in this draft (Jack, Lynch, any-WR) and unresolved situations league-wide (Mo Wilkerson, Kap, Bradford) that fireworks should be a plenty throughout the draft.

Shave that thing, bro.

Shave that thing, bro.

On to the picks….

Round 1 Team Pick Position
1 LA Rams Jared Goff (Cal) QB
2 Philadelphia Eagles Carson Wentz (North Dakota St.) QB
3 San Diego Chargers Laremy Tunsil (Ole Miss) OL
4 Dallas Cowboys Joey Bosa (OSU) DE
5 Jacksonville Jaguars Jalen Ramsey (FSU) CB
6 Baltimore Ravens Ronnie Stanley (Notre Dame) OL
7 San Francisco 49ers DeForest Buckner (Oregon) DL
8 Cleveland Browns Myles Jack (UCLA) LB
9 Tampa Bay Bucs Vernon Hargreaves (Florida) CB
10 New York Giants Ezekiel Elliot (OSU) RB
Chip Kelly can't help himself. But he might not get the chance; DeForest could be the first non-QB off the board.

Chip Kelly can’t help himself. But he might not get the chance; DeForest could be the first non-QB off the board.


11 Chicago Bears Paxton Lynch (Memphis) QB
12 New Orleans Saints Sheldon Rankins (Louisville) DT
13 Miami Dolphins Jack Conklin (MSU) OL
14 Oakland Raiders Leonard Floyd (Georgia) LB
15 Tennessee Titans Darren Lee (OSU) LB
16 Detroit Lions Shaq Lawson (Clemson) DE
17 Atlanta Falcons Reggie Ragland (Alabama) LB
18 Indianapolis Colts Taylor Decker (OSU) OL
19 Buffalo Bills Noah Spence (Eastern Kentucky) DE
20 New York Jets William Jackson III (Houston) CB

Mack & Floyd off the edges, lookout!

21 Washington Redskins Chris Jones (Miss St.) DT
22 Houston Texans Corey Coleman (Baylor) WR
23 Minnesota Vikings Jarran Reed (Alabama) DT
24 Cincinnati Bengals Josh Doctson (TCU) WR
25 Pittsburgh Steelers Eli Apple (OSU) CB
26 Seattle Seahawks Ryan Kelly (Alabama) OL
27 Green Bay Packers Andrew Billings (Baylor) DT
28 Kansas City Chiefs Laquan Treadwell (Ole Miss) WR
29 Arizona Cardinals Vernon Butler (Louisiana Tech) DL
30 Carolina Panthers Mackensie Alexander (Clemson) CB
31 Denver Broncos Kevin Dodd (Clemson) DE
Laquan opposite Maclin would be.....well, it would be a massive upgrade!

Laquan opposite Maclin would be…..well, it would be a massive upgrade!



Mock Draft (ROIDRAGE 2.0)

Today’s big trade, the kings ransom given to the Titan’s in exchange for the No. 1 overall pick, solves one important mystery:  Jeff Fisher is indeed the third roomie in the Johnny Football – Josh Gordon West Coast High Life Pad.  Confirmed when, shortly after the trade the Rams went on record stating that they sure are glad they’ve got two weeks to sort this mess out and figure out which QB to take.  Well played.  What could possibly go wrong.

On the bright side, the Rams bailed me out of Mock 1.0 that I just wasn’t feeling.  Much happier with Mock 2.0…..

Round 1 Team Pick Position
1 St. Louis Rams Carson Wentz (N. Dakota St.) QB
2 Cleveland Browns Jared Goff (Cal) QB
3 San Diego Chargers Jalen Ramsey (FSU) CB



4 Dallas Cowboys Joey Bosa (OSU) DE
5 Jacksonville Jaguars Myles Jack (UCLA) LB
6 Baltimore Ravens Ezekiel Elliot (OSU) RB
7 San Francisco 49ers Paxton Lynch (Memphis) QB
8 Philadelphia Eagles DeForest Buckner (Oregon) DE
9 Tampa Bay Bucs Laremy Tunsil (Ole Miss) OL
10 New York Giants Darren Lee (OSU) LB
11 Chicago Bears Sheldon Rankins (Louisiana) DT
12 New Orleans Saints Ronnie Stanley (Notre Dame) OL
13 Miami Dolphins Vernon Hargreaves (Florida) CB
14 Oakland Raiders Leonard Floyd (Georgia) LB
15 Tennessee Titans Shaq Lawson (Clemson) DE

Apparently this is the pose that will get you featured in a BRSM Post.

Apparently this is the pose that will get you featured in a BRSM Post.

16 Detroit Lions Josh Doctson (TCU) WR
17 Atlanta Falcons Reggie Ragland (Alabama) CB
18 Indianapolis Colts Jack Conklin (MSU) DE
19 Buffalo Bills Noah Spence (E. Kentucky) DE
20 New York Jets William Jackson III (Houston) CB
21 Washington Redskins Laquan Treadwell (Ole Miss) WR
22 Houston Texans Corey Coleman (Baylor) WR
23 Minnesota Vikings Vernon Butler (Louisiana Tech) DT

This draft is insanely deep a DL.  At least the Patriots won't get a crack at one of these guys.

This draft is insanely deep a DL. At least the Patriots won’t get a crack at one of these guys.

24 Cincinnati Bengals Kevin Dodd (Clemson) LB
25 Pittsburgh Steelers Eli Apple (OSU)) CB
26 Seattle Seahawks Mackensie Alexander (Clemson) CB
27 Green Bay Packers Taylor Decker (OSU) DT
28 Kansas City Chiefs Jarran Reed (Alabama) DT
29 Arizona Cardinals Ryan Kelly (Alabama) OL
30 Carolina Panthers Will Fuller (Notre Dame) WR
31 Denver Broncos Chris Jones (Miss St) DT