Every one of us likes to predict what our shiny haired, million dollar smile GM Ryan Pace will do this off-season. It has led to cantankerous opinions and retorts from the countless posters here at WCG. Through it all, we maintain some level of civility, until now.
Let's play a little game.
I will follow the main points of the off-season schedule and provide the blueprint for what I feel should be done this off-season to make the Beloved competitive once again. Not only do I expect derision from all my dear WCG friends, but I have only one rule in this little game.
If you mock, you must offer your better take.
Let us begin!
Part 1 - Contracts - using Fanspeak's Manage the Cap feature
Cutler, Houston, Royal, McManis, Unrein, Timu, Hurst
Cap Space Remaining: $77,898,543
Cap Space Remaining: $62,098,543
Melvin Ingram (EDGE) $16,000,000
A.J. Bouye (CB) $10,500,000
Trumaine Johnson (CB) $11,400,000
Greg Zuerlein (K) $2,250,000
Donta Hightower (LB) $11,350,000
DJ Swearinger (S) $5,850,000
Cap Space Remaining: $22,703,543
Part 2 - Roster Re-tooling
Transition Kyle Fuller to FS
Part 3 - Mock Draft - using first-pick - using the trade feature only twice as it is a bit broken. I tried to limit myself to "realistic" trade versions.
Garrett/Allen go 1/2. Trade offer from Tennessee: R1P3 for R1P5 & R1P18 - Taken - Keeps me above QB needy teams, hoping to get Trubisky at 5..... epic fail.... Cleveland traded to #4 to take Trubisky.
Pick 5: Jamal Adams
Pick 18: Deshaun Watson
Pick 4: David Njoku (Takkarist McKinley was there)
Pick 3: Cooper Kupp
Pick 4: Damonte Kazee
Pick 10: Nathan Peterman (insurance for Watson)
Trade offer from Denver R5P3 & R7P3 for R5P5 & R6P16 - Taken
Pick 5: Artavis Scott
Pick 19: Charles Walker
So how did I fare? Roast me or Toast me? But remember, if you roast me, you bring something more appetizing to the table.