Mel Keeper’s latest mock draft reminds NFL fans of what a mock draft season really is

What a joke

The NFL mock draft season is in full swing, and a friendly, yet overwhelming, reminder: none. Knows anything. Gasp. shocking. really! NFL Draft analysts largely know which prospects are where they know how to change a flat tire on a Mars tenacity rover. (Does it have tires?)

Until the card is commissioned, the mock draft is nothing more than informed (in some cases) speculation and opinion and the beginning of conversation. We are all hungry for NFL news. We all want to talk about something. We are minions and sellouts for Google anyway Loves himself Some NFL Draft #content

But the truth is: winter’s useless and fake draft season is mixed into space after the Super Bowl and before the combine (or March Madness or Opening Day, if that’s your thing), providing a bit of warmth in the middle of the ocean rubbish. Little Biz Cliz Secrets: Mock drafts are speculative and boring, and therefore have more value as a dollar-store contraceptive.

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Get mail keeper Latest fake draft This is a recent example. For the first time in his career, Kiper has produced a mock dock, which features Trades !!! (Which is a point that ESPN and its media machine will remind you of advertising today), and among them, the keeper has:

  • The Jets trade at No. 4 and select Florida tight end Kyle Pitts, the highest tight end ever selected.
  • The Falcons selected BYU QB Zach Wilson at No. 2.
  • The 49ers trade and select Justin Fields.
  • The Patriots in the top 10 to take the Trains Lance.

By the way, they have ‘Bama QB Mac Jones’ being drafted inside the top 10 going to the Panthers.

Can all this happen? Sure. You, fair reader, could Too Be drafted inside the top 10 and be the next great pass ranger in the league.

In fact, opinion is opinionated and the mock draft should not be taken seriously, especially in February, two months before the NFL draft, giving teams a chance to meet with prospects and rolling the ball over the draft process. If we had less integrity and Really

On the sell-off for #clicks, we can say that Trevor Lawrence is falling out of the top 10 – and provide a fugazi argument for it. (Not happening, just for honesty.)

Imagine That Twitter Fallout.

Let’s be fair: no one is perfect in producing mock drafts, after all, and scouting analysis is very, very hit-or-miss. Kiper and other draft analysts are likely to spend hours on tape and agree on some decisions. Let’s give Kaiper the benefit of the doubt here and say that the first round is a genuine attempt to provide a different, outside view, rather than what he thinks is legitimately going to happen.

The idea that this season is the second (with more to come) of Kieper’s draft means that it is more predictable (and fun) than a valid opinion. Maybe. (have hope.)

The keeper misses something big in his career, especially his Jimmy Clausen prediction, which he said threatened to retire if he was not a successful NFL QB. Spoiler Alert: He was not, and Kiper is still cashing the check.

In any case, as you can imagine, the Keeper, ESPN, and the machine are all playing to suckers (and I include it, by the way, so insert memes pointing to Spider-Man where you please ): We’re all talking about it, dissecting it, injecting it directly into our veins as we navigate the barren part of the NFL offseason landscape, at least for the next few weeks. Consider us playing like a paint-bucket drum in a NYC metro station.

Readers and fans, however, were less invited for Kieper’s latest mock.

Mel Keeper Jr. is a legend in the industry, but Fake is a reminder: Godzilla is a legend, but he has stepped on Tokyo for more than a while.

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