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NFL100: 100 Days, 100 Years (Day 78)
2019.08.13 20:58 ThatPackerFanNFL100: 100 Days, 100 Years (Day 78)
"This one's for John"-Pat Bowlen To celebrate 100 days until the 100th season, it is time to continue counting down to the historic centennial season of the National Football League. Over the 100 days leading up to kickoff, we’ll look at each season since the very beginning, and how the league has evolved to today’s game. Season 78: 1997 NFL (National Football League) Duration: August 31, 1997-January 25, 1998 Teams: 30 1997 NFL Draft: 240 selections (7 rounds), held in New York City, NY. 1997 First Draft Pick: Orlando Pace, Offensive Tackle from Ohio State University (St. Louis Rams) 1997 AP Most Valuable Player: Brett Favre, Quarterback (Green Bay Packers) / Barry Sanders, Running Back (Detroit Lions) Super Bowl XXXII: Denver Broncos (AFC) defeated Green Bay Packers (NFC) 31-24 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, CA. This season featured the following rule changes: -When a team fakes a punt and throws the ball downfield, pass interference will not be called on the two outside defenders who are actually trying to block a coverage man from getting downfield and might not even know the ball has been thrown. -In order to reduce taunting and excessive celebrations, no player may remove his helmet while on the playing field except during timeouts, between quarters, and in the case of an injury. Violating the rule results in a 15-yard penalty. This is known as the "Emmit Smith rule" after the Dallas Cowboys' running back's habit of taking his helmet off every time he scored a touchdown. During the off-season, the Houston Oilers relocated to Nashville, TN and were renamed the "Tennessee Oilers". They played their games in Memphis, TN until their new stadium was completed in Nashville. Starting in 1990, the league added 2 additional playoff teams to round out the playoff field to 12 teams (6 from each conference). From 1990 to the end of the 2001 season, there were 3 division winners per conference as well as 3 wild cards. The top 2 division winners would have a bye week to the divisional round, while the others played on wild card weekend. Since 1990, the league altered the rules of division opponents facing off in the divisional round of the playoffs, there was ban on that until 1990, but now division opponents can meet any weekend of the post-season (except the Super Bowl). The highest seeds remaining after the divisional round would host the conference title games. The playoff qualifiers were:
Kansas City Chiefs (13-3) [West]
San Francisco 49ers (13-3) [West]
Pittsburgh Steelers (11-5) [Central]
Green Bay Packers (13-3) [Central]
New England Patriots (10-6) [East]
New York Giants (10-5-1) [East]
Denver Broncos (12-4) [Wild Card]
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (10-6) [Wild Card]
Jacksonville Jaguars (11-5) [Wild Card]
Detroit Lions (9-7) [Wild Card]
Miami Dolphins (9-7) [Wild Card]
Minnesota Vikings (9-7) [Wild Card]
Wild Card Playoffs Minnesota Vikings defeated New York Giants 23-22 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. Denver Broncos defeated Jacksonville Jaguars 42-17 at Mile High Stadium in Denver, CO. New England Patriots defeated Miami Dolphins 17-3 at Foxboro Stadium in Foxborough, MA. Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated Detroit Lions 20-10 at Houlihan's Stadium in Tampa, FL. Divisional Playoffs Pittsburgh Steelers defeated New England Patriots 7-6 at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh, PA. San Francisco 49ers defeated Minnesota Vikings 38-22 at 3Com Park in San Francisco, CA. Green Bay Packers defeated Tampa Bay Buccaneers 21-7 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, WI. Denver Broncos defeated Kansas City Chiefs 14-10 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO. Conference Championships AFC Championship Game: Denver Broncos defeated Pittsburgh Steelers 24-21 at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh, PA. NFC Championship Game: Green Bay Packers defeated San Francisco 49ers 23-10 at 3Com Park in San Francisco, CA. Super Bowl XXXII The Denver Broncos and Green Bay Packers competed in Super Bowl XXXII at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, CA. The attendance was 68,912 while NBC held the broadcast duties. The defending champion Packers were favored to repeat by 11 points. Packers wide receiver Antonio Freeman returned the opening kickoff 19 yards to the Green Bay 24-yard line. On the third play of the drive, quarterback Brett Favre kept the offense on the field by completing a 13-yard pass to Freeman on 3rd down and 9. Then running back Dorsey Levens rushed the ball on three consecutive plays, gaining 27 yards to advance to the Denver 35-yard line. Favre finished the drive with two completions to Freeman: the first one for 13 yards, and the second one a 22-yard touchdown pass to give the Packers a 7–0 lead (the Packers were the third team to take the opening kickoff down the field and score a touchdown on that drive; the other two were the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl VIII and the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XXIX). The Broncos responded with a touchdown of their own. Denver running back Vaughn Hebron returned the ensuing kickoff 32 yards to their own 42-yard line. Denver then drove to the Green Bay 46-yard line. On third down, a holding penalty on Packers defensive back Doug Evans nullified quarterback John Elway's incompletion and gave the Broncos a first down. On the next play, running back Terrell Davis ran the ball 27 yards to the 14-yard line. Then after a 2-yard run by Davis, Elway scrambled 10 yards to gain a first down at the 2-yard line. Two plays later, Davis capped off the 10-play, 58-yard drive with a 1-yard touchdown run to tie the game (this is to date the only Super Bowl in which both teams scored TDs on their opening drives). On the second play of the Packers' next possession, Denver defensive back Tyrone Braxton intercepted a pass from Favre at Green Bay's 45-yard line. Aided by five runs by Davis for 29 yards, the Broncos marched 45 yards to score on Elway's 1-yard touchdown run on the first play of the 2nd quarter, taking a 14–7 lead. Elway's touchdown play involved a fake handoff to Davis, who was previously taken out of the game during the drive because the onset of a migraine headache after being inadvertently tripped by LeRoy Butler had severely impaired his vision. But head coach Mike Shanahan decided to send him into the game for the 3rd-down play, believing that the Packers would not be fooled by a fake handoff without Davis on the field. Davis later said his vision was so impaired that he was afraid Elway would call an audible at the line and try to hand him the ball. Despite his blurred vision, Davis perfectly executed the play, drawing the Green Bay defense into the middle of the line as Elway rushed to the right and into the end zone completely untouched. By the second half, Davis had taken migraine medication, and his vision had returned to normal, allowing him to play the rest of the game. On the Packers' ensuing possession, Broncos safety Steve Atwater forced a fumble while sacking Favre, and defensive end Neil Smith recovered the ball on the Packers 33-yard line. Although the Broncos were unable to get a first down, kicker Jason Elam made a 51-yard field goal, the second longest in Super Bowl history, to increase Denver's lead to 17–7. Both teams went three-and-out on their next possessions, and Denver punter Tom Rouen's 47-yard kick planted Green Bay at their own 5-yard line with 7:38 left in the quarter. But Green Bay stormed down the field on their ensuing drive, marching 95 yards in 17 plays and scoring with Favre's 6-yard touchdown pass to tight end Mark Chmura with just 12 seconds left in the half. Thus at halftime, the Broncos held onto a slim 17–14 lead. Green Bay kicked to Denver to start the second half. On the first play after the kickoff, Packer defensive back Tyrone Williams forced and recovered a fumble from Davis. Green Bay took possession with good field position at the Broncos 26-yard line to begin the second half. But Denver's defense forced a three-and-out. However, on the ensuing field goal attempt, Denver's special teams was called for an offsides penalty, giving the Packers a second 1st and 10 at the Broncos 15-yard line, but the broncos defense forced a second three-and-out in back to back possessions to start the second half, the drive stalled at the 9-yard line, forcing the Packers to settle for a 27-yard Ryan Longwell field goal, tying the game at 17–17. Green Bay kicked off once again and Denver's offense stalled once more, resulting in a punt, giving the Packers possession with good field position again near their 40-yard line. But once again, Denver's defense forced another three-and-out. Forcing Green Bay's offense to punt for a third straight three-and-out to begin the second half. However, again on the ensuing punt, the Broncos special teams were called for an offsides penalty, giving Green Bay a fresh set of downs near midfield. Denver's defense then forced another punt with a fourth three-and-out in a row, marking four three-and-out possessions in a row for the Broncos Defense to start the second half. Green Bay punter Craig Hentrich's 51-yard kick pinned the Broncos back at their own 8-yard line. But the Packers' defense could not stop Denver as they marched on a 13-play, 92-yard drive to regain the lead. Aided by a 36-yard reception by receiver Ed McCaffrey, the Broncos advanced to the Green Bay 12-yard line. On 3rd down and six from the 12-yard line, Elway scrambled for an 8-yard run and dove for the first down, a play in which he was hit so hard by Packers defenders Butler and Mike Prior that he spun sideways through the air. This run was later referred to as "The Helicopter," and what many consider as Elway's career-defining moment and the defining moment of Super Bowl XXXII. Two plays later, Davis scored on another 1-yard touchdown run, giving the Broncos the lead, 24–17. On the ensuing kickoff, Denver's special teams player Detron Smith ran full speed into the wedge of the Green Bay blockers, forcing Freeman outside, to his left. Freeman was hit as he held the ball exposed running sideways and fumbled, then Denver defensive back Tim McKyer recovered the ball at the Packers 22-yard line. Immediately, the Broncos tried to capitalize on the turnover by trying to throw for a touchdown, a pass intended for Rod Smith as he ran a post pattern following a fake handoff and a roll out by Elway, but Packers safety Eugene Robinson intercepted Elway's pass in the end zone and returned it to the 15-yard line. After the interception, the Packers marched 85 yards on four straight pass completions, three of them receptions by Freeman, to tie the game once again 1:28 into the 4th quarter with Freeman's 13-yard touchdown catch. On the scoring play, Freeman and Robert Brooks ran a "criss-cross" pattern, with Freeman on the inside running towards the sidelines. Denver defensive back Darrien Gordon hesitated as to which receiver to cover, and Favre hit Freeman for the score. Tying the game at 24-24. After the ensuing kick-off, the Packers forced Denver's offense to Punt. With a short punt of only 33 yards, the Packers then took possession with good field position having 1st-and-10 at their own 48 yard line. The Packers then drove to Denver's 39 yard line on offense with the game tied at 24. Having the ball on the Broncos 39 yard line, on 3rd and 8 Favre dropped back to pass and Denver's defense blitzed, leaving Robert Brooks in one-on-one coverage deep. Farve attempted the pass to a seemingly wide open Brooks at Denver's 16-yard line but Broncos Safety Steve Atwater closed in and knocked the pass away at the last second, leaving the Packers just outside of field-goal range and forcing another punt. The Packers' defense was able to stop Denver's offense on the ensuing possession again. Giving Green Bay a chance to make a long game winning drive with 5:25 remaining in the game and First-and-10 starting at their own 10-yard line, needing a long drive but having 3 time league MVP Brett Farve at the helm. With the game in the balance, the Bronco defense forced a fifth critical three-and-out of the second half. Packers kicker Hentrich then punted the ball 39 yards to the Packers 49-yard line. Thus now shifting the balance to Denver with their chance to end the game on a potentially game winning drive with only 3:27 left in the game. On the first play of the ensuing drive, Packers linebacker Darius Holland committed a 15-yard facemask penalty while tackling Davis on a 2-yard run, moving the ball to the 32-yard line. Two plays later, Elway completed a 23-yard pass to fullback Howard Griffith, aided by a powerful block by Ed McCaffrey. A holding penalty pushed the Broncos back to the 18-yard line, but then Davis rushed 17 yards to the 1-yard line, and the Broncos called a timeout. This left the Broncos facing 2nd and goal with 1:47 left on the clock. Green Bay had two timeouts remaining. Packers coach Mike Holmgren told his team to let the Broncos score to maximize the time the Packers would have on the clock for a potential game-tying drive. He admitted later that he had thought that it was 1st and goal rather than 2nd and goal, crucial to clock management decision making on the play. Davis then scored his third rushing touchdown on 2nd and goal, leaving 1:45 on the clock. The Broncos now had a one-touchdown lead, at 31–24. The Packers attempted one final drive to try to tie the game before the end of regulation and send the contest into overtime. Shanahan famously instructed his defensive coordinators to keep playing the same blitzing defense as Green Bay attempted to drive downfield in the final two minutes of the game, rather than playing prevent defense. Freeman returned the Broncos' kickoff 22 yards to the 30-yard line. On the very first play of the drive, the Packers immediately advanced to the Broncos 48-yard line with a 22 yard screen pass, leaving 1:30 still remaining in the game with 2 time-outs remaining. But following the first pass, rather than use one of their timeouts, the Packers hurried to the line of scrimmage and ran a second consecutive screen pass, which was stopped for no-gain but cost the Packers 19 seconds, leaving 1:11 left in the game and also forced the Packers to take one of their two time-outs. On the next play Favre completed another pass to Levens. Levens picked up 13 more yards and he was able to run out of bounds, stopping the clock with 1:04 left in the game with Packers having possession of the ball 1st-and-10 at the Broncos 35 yard line with one time-out remaining. The Broncos defense would stop the Packers on the next four downs. On the first down play, Favre completed a 4-yard pass to Levens, but he was stopped in bounds. The Packers hurried to the line but 20 second ran off before Favre could attempt a second pass. On second down, Favre attempted a pass downfield that hit the receiver in both hands and the chest at the Broncos 15 but Antonio Freeman could not handle the ball. The incomplete pass stopped the clock, but left the packers with a 3rd-and-six and now only :37 seconds remaining. On 3rd down, Favre intended the pass for receiver Robert Brooks covered by Denver's Randy Hilliard, but both were blasted by Atwater's seismic hit. All three players were knocked out of the game, forcing an incomplete pass. Due to the injuries suffered by both teams and because of NFL rules regarding to injuries to players in the final two minutes of the game, both teams were charged a timeout. Leaving the Packers with no time-outs remaining and in 4th down and 6 and the clock stopped at :32 seconds remaining with the ball at the Broncos' 31-yard line. On 4th down, Denver linebacker John Mobley broke up a pass intended for Chmura, enabling the Broncos to take the ball back and run out the clock for the victory. During the post-game victory celebration, Broncos owner Pat Bowlen held the Vince Lombardi Trophy in the air and said, "This one's for John," referring to the fact that Elway's long quest for a Super Bowl victory was finally complete. It was a long-awaited victory for the Denver Broncos, having appeared in 4 previous Super Bowls and losing them all in convincing fashion, the Denver Broncos finally won a Super Bowl title. It was the first of 3 so far, as the Broncos won the following year in Super Bowl XXXIII, and again won Super Bowl 50. The win for the Broncos also snapped a 13-game streak in Super Bowls where the NFC representative was victorious, turning the tide for the AFC, who won 14 of the next 22 Super Bowls from XXXII to LIII. The Green Bay Packers would not return to the Super Bowl again until Super Bowl XLV where they would defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers. 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Harris will sit out the 2017 due to torn ligaments in his knee.
Grammel missed the last game while working his way through the concussion protocol and is unlikely to play in Saturday's contest against Air Force.
Tuioti missed the last game with a concussion but is likely to be available Saturday against Air Force.
Jordan missed the last game with a concussion but is expected to play Saturday against Air Force.
Chmura has concussion-like symptoms but is expected to be ready for Saturday's game against Air Force.
Gerhart is expected to be available Saturday against Air Force despite a shoulder injury.
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Super Bowl XXXII: Green Bay Packers (NFC) vs Denver Broncos (AFC)
Green Bay Packers
Coming off their Super Bowl XXXI win, there was no slowing down for the Packers. Green Bay again had a 13-3 record, and won the NFC Central for the third straight year. For the third year in a row, Brett Favre was MVP of the league, with 35 touchdowns and 3,867 yards passing. Their defense was successful, allowing the 5th least points in the league, and that with their offensive success garnered them a +140 differential, third best in the league. In the divisional round the Buccaneers were dispatched 21-7 setting up a NFC Championship showdown with the 49ers that the Packers won 23-10 for a repeat NFC title.
After getting annihilated in Super Bowl XXIV, it took years for the Broncos to rebuild. Mike Shanahan's hire in 1995 began a quick turnaround, but Denver lost in devastating fashion in the 1996 playoffs to the Jaguars. In 1997 they were worse than the year before with a 12-4 record, but veteran John Elway threw 27 touchdowns and 3,635 yards. Terrell Davis pounded in 15 touchdowns on the ground, and with a defense allowing 17.6 points per game, the Broncos ended up with a +185 point differential, best in the NFL. The 1997 playoffs were a revenge tour for Denver, in the wild card round Jacksonville was blasted 42-17. In Kansas City, Denver won 14-10 in a defensive struggle, and then won 24-21 in another such game in Pittsburgh. Denver was 0-4 in Super Bowls like the Bills and Vikings, but they were the first to get their fifth chance. Could they somehow win?
The Game: January 25, 1998; 6:24 PM EST; 67 degrees, Sunny; Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego
The AFC had lost thirteen straight Super Bowls, the Broncos had lost four previous Super Bowls, famous quarterback John Elway losing three of them. The Packers were favored by 11, with no many seeing Denver able to overcome the brutal Green Bay squad that was looking to defend their title. Phil Hartman narrated a pre-game show celebrating California, and Jewell sang the national anthem. To add insult to injury for the Broncos, the coin toss was facilitated by Redskins players and coaches who had crushed them in Super Bowl XXII in San Diego a decade prior.
The Packers started off with the ball, and Favre got a first down with a 13-yard pass to Antonio Freeman. Dorsey Levens ran for 13, 11, and 3 after that, and Favre hit Freeman for 13 yards afterwards. Freeman then scored a touchdown on a 22 yard reception. 7-0 Green Bay. Terrell Davis carries got the Broncos a first down on their opening drive, and it was near punting time for Denver until they were saved by a holding call on the Packers. Davis ran for 27 yards right afterwards, and after an Elway 10-yard scramble Davis punched in a touchdown. It was especially impressive considering Davis' awful migraine that had him with severely impaired vision. 7-7. Two plays into Green Bay's next drive, Tyrone Braxton intercepted Favre. Davis continued to be unstoppable, 29 yards before the quarter ended fro the Broncos. End 1st Quarter: Green Bay Packers 7-7 Denver Broncos
Elway started the quarter with a touchdown run, 14-7 Denver. Three plays into Green Bay's drive they committed another turnover, with Steve Atwater strip-sacking Favre who fumbled to Neil Smith. The Broncos wasted great field position and had to settle for a 51-yard field goal from Jason Elam. 17-7 Denver. Levens had three straight carries for the Packers, and they went three-and-out. Elway passes were ineffective, and Green Bay got the ball after the Denver offense went three-and-out. The Packers embarked on a monstrous 17-play drive, Mark Chmura had a 21-yard reception, Levens had a 15-yard run, Favre found any players for short passes to get into striking distance. After Robert Brooks' 10-yard reception, Chmura hauled in in the 6-yard pass for a touchdown. 17-14 Denver. Elway knelt to take a three-point lead into the locker room End 2nd Quarter: Denver Broncos 17-14 Green Bay Packers
Boys II Men, Queen Latifah, and more celebrated 'Mo-Town's 40th Anniversary'. Why did they do this in San Diego? I have not the slightest idea. 68,912 watched in the stands, and 90,000,000 across the country. Later with the San Diego Padres winning the NL pennant, Qualcomm would become the only venue to host the Super Bowl and World Series in the same year.
Davis fumbled on the first play of the quarter to Tyrone Williams. It appeared that Green Bay would have to quickly settle for a field goal, but Denver was called offsides on the play giving the Packers a new set of downs. Green Bay got two straight false start penalties on third down, and Ryan Longwell had to score a 27-yard field goal. 17-17. The Broncos went three-and-out, and the ball was back with the Packers. Denver mistakes struck again as offsides on a three-and-out punt game Green Bay new life. They didn't take advantage and had to punt again, actually having to again after being penalized for a man downfield. After an eight-yard pass to Shannon Sharpe, Davis had three carries before Ed McCaffrey caught a 36-yard pass. Davis ran for 8, McCaffrey caught for 9, and then it happened. On 3rd and 6, Elway kept it himself and jumped over Green Bay defenders in the famous Helicopter play. Davis then ran in the touchdown. 24-17 Green Bay. Freeman fumbled the kickoff return, but Elway was intercepted right away by Eugene Robinson. Favre connected with Freeman for 27 yards to end the quarter. End 3rd Quarter: Denver Broncos 24-17 Green Bay Packers
The Packers got a 25 yard DPI call in their favor, and Favre hit Brooks for 3 yards, then Freeman for 17, then 13 for the touchdown. 24-24. The Broncos went three-and-out, which gave the ball back to Green Bay. Levens caught a swing pass for 11 yards to start the Packers off, but they too had to punt. Davis had a 14-yard run to get the Broncos going, and continued to get carries. Sharpe hauled in a 14-yard reception, but after that it was punting time for Denver. On a penalty-laden drive, Green Bay again went three-and-out. Dramatic Super Bowl Finish #7: The game was winding down, and either somebody scored or the game would go into overtime for the first time. The Broncos got a gift on a facemask penalty, then Howard Griffith caught a 23-yard pass. Davis ran for 7, but Sharpe was called for holding on 1st and goal. Davis then ran for 17 to make up for it, then it was a critical play. Packers coach Mike Holmgren sensed Denver scoring a touchdown as inevitable and instructed his team to let Davis waltz in for a touchdown. 31-24 Denver. Favre had 1:45 to send the game to overtime, and one of the tensest drives in Super Bowl history ensued. Levens had a 22-yard run on a screen pass, but Levens gained no yards on a screen the next play. Levens then had a 13-yard reception, and it was 1st and 10 at the Denver 35. Levens had a four-yard reception, but a Favre pass to Freeman was broken up. Incomplete to Brooks, and on Favre's last chance, fourth down, John Mobley broke up his pass. The Denver sideline erupted in cheers, Elway knelt, ballgame. FINAL: Denver Broncos 31-24 Green Bay Packers MVP: RB Terrell Davis
Current Super Bowl Records Set
Terrell Davis: Most Points Scored (18) [Shared with four others] Terrell Davis: Most Touchdowns (3) [Shared with four others] Terrell Davis: Most Rushing Touchdowns (3) [Shared with four others] Denver Broncos: Most Rushing Touchdowns (4) [Shared with one other] / Green Bay Packers/Denver Broncos: Fewest Combined Punt Returns (0) [Shared with one other] / Green Bay Packers/Denver Broncos: Most Combined Rushing Touchdowns (4) [Shared with three others] / Green Bay Packers/Denver Broncos: Fewest Combined Sacks (1) [Shared with three others]
Super Bowl XXXII was completely unbelievable to the watchers of the game, and remains a stunning upset in the history of the Super Bowl. Nobody gave Denver half a chance, and nobody would've seen them as the team to beat the streak and win for the AFC. Green Bay was crushed, and it would take many years for them to recover, but it was utter jubilation in Denver who after 37 unsuccessful years and four Super Bowl losses saw their team finally win the big one. John Elway too finally had a win, and next year the Broncos would reach their peak form. For the Broncos, this Super Bowl will always remain by a wide margin their greatest moment.
2015.07.29 23:39 Raven7eggnogA Look Back (Part III)
Here, we look at where every first round draft pick taken by every user team over the past 5 years and see where they are now as well as apply a grade to the team's first round selections as a whole over the course of the 5 year span. The grades will not only reflect value/attributes of the player, but success with the team as well. Info on most recent picks will be limited for obvious reasons. With the understanding that not all teams build through the draft, understand this is purely a focused look at one aspect of team building. Grades reflect purely my opinion on the players and what they've brought to their respective teams. San Diego Chargers: 1 Offense, 2 Defense 2014: S Delonte Barr 2017: C Arthur Simeon 2018: S Luis Olivarria -Delonte Barr was Chmura's first pick after purchasing the Chargers. Out of Virginia Tech, the 6'2'' safety was taken with the 19th pick in the draft. Chmura knew what he was doing as he looked to begin the beginnings of one of the most consistent and better defense's in the NFL. Barr has undoubtedly contributed with his unusual speed (95 spd, 86 acc) and solid tackling skills (86). Barr plays smart and has become a young captain in a secondary that is always adding and subtracting pieces. Barr hits hard, plays with intensity, and is a sneaky ball hawk with his surprising height and football smarts. He's averaged about 50 tackles a season on one of the better defensive squads around and has contributed consistently throughout his 4 year career, and recently inked a new 6 year 8 million dollar contract. Great value on a quiet but quality team. Grade: A- -Arthur Simeon was taken 3 years after Barr, lending to the Chargers looking for talent elsewhere instead of the draft. Simeon was a surprising pick out of Florida. The center boasts extremely underwhelming strength skills (80), but is fairly well rounded elsewhere when it comes to blocking ability. In his rookie year he allowed 4 sacks, but has cleaned up his game midway through the 2018 season and has almost matched his pancake total from the year before. Simeon has earned the starting job in San Diego, but one could question whether he was worth a 1st round pick or not. Simeon should be able to find work in his career, but is not worth the 22nd pick overall for a team that has needed offensive play-makers for years. Grade: C -Luis Olivarria is the most recent pick taken by the Chargers in the first round. The strong (87) product out of Northeastern has been viewed by critics as a developmental player to learn from starting safety , Jahleel Addae. Like Barr, Luis is a very fast safety, who is able to smash incoming ball-carriers, and also benfits from strong calves (86 jmp). Coverage skills need plenty of work, but the young rookie has time to develop. As the 22nd pick, it's hard to judge Olivarria's value at this point and where he stands with the team. Grade: B- Overall Draft Grade: B- Mexico City Conquistadors: 2 Offense, 2 Defense 2015: OLB Frank Ogbonna 2016: LE Jaxon Dennard 2017: LT Danny Pierre-Charles 2018: C Justin Arellano -Frank Ogbonna was drafted 20th overall in the 2015 draft, out of Central Michigan. At 6'1'' and 238 pounds, Ogbonna came out as a sizable specimen, fielding competent speed (82 spd, 86 acc) and good strength (84). In addition he had great pass rushing skills. He has never missed a game, and his downs played have only climbed over the years. He is, however, no longer a Conquistador. After making his debut the first two years in Mexico City, Ogbonna was traded to Cleveland where his career has seemingly taken off. A big hitter, with a high motor, Frank had a career high 16 sacks a year ago and is consistently finding the ball carrier. Though his numbers this year are slightly down, one wonders why the Conquistadors would part with a quality player like Ogbonna. Grade: B+ -Jaxon Dennard is likely the reason the Conquistadors felt save moving on from Ogbonna so early. Dennard is built to harass the QB. At 6'6'', Denard is quick, and more importantly has great skills at seeking out the passer. With 89 pmv, 86 fmv, and 88 bsh, the 2 year pro end is worthy of his #21 selection. Much like Ogbonna, however, it's not a question of the player drafted, but what Mexico City is doing with him instead. Having yet to record any sort of stat this year, the question of his off the field conduct or locker room presence could be blamed for his lack of on-field success. With only 2 sacks in nearly three years, and only 8 tackles to show, Dennard has been chained to the bench for the majority of his young career. Grade: C -Danny Pierre-Charles was the right pick for the former Rams. Needing to add help for QB, Hurt, the Conquistadors brought in all 320 pounds of Pierre Charles. The 20th overall selection stands tall at 6'7'' and brings with him a strong (93) upper and lower body, with great blocking skills. Though a little on the slower side (67 spd, 64 accl), Danny is a franchise tackle. In his first year and a three quarters, the man has allowed 7 sacks, understandable for the sophomore player, but he's quality and built as a foundational piece going forward for the upstart Conquistadors. Grade: A -Justin Arellano is part of the continued effort the team is going towards in protecting their quarterback. Again, they showed skill drafting for their offensive line, as Arellano is a monster in the middle. With 95 strength and natural blocking Skills, he is an instant starter for the line. Like Pierre-Charles, he is not incredibly fast, but if you're being asked to protect the QB, speed isn't always needed. The Utah product has yet to allow a sack this season. Grade: A Overall Draft Grade: B+ Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys have not made a 1st round selection since the start of Revolution. New York Jets: 0 Offense, 1 Defense 2017: MLB Myron Barnes -Myron Barnes was taken with the 5th overall pick, even though some had him going earlier. In need of talent in the middle of owner Nick's defense, Barnes was taken as soon as the Jet's were on the board, and he has fit in incredibly. At 6'3'', the MLB is no slouch in the middle. Boasting great speed and agility (88 spd, 90 acc, 85 agi), Barnes is just as much a tackler as he is a speed demon. Hailing from Boston College, Barnes has 6 interceptions in under two years, and 9 sacks in addition. He wowed the NFL with his 76 rookie tackles, and is on pace to top that in only his second season. To boot, he blocked a field goal earlier this season. Barnes is a captain and an enforcer for the New Era New York Jets. Grade: A Overall Draft Grade: A
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