Bang The Table: Post-Draft

In this weekly series, the Murphy’s Multiverse team of NFL writers bangs the table for a player or team.
Meghan Hall

Player: As a Colts fan, it pains me to say this, but I’m banging the table for rookie Titans CB Roger McCreary. He is a STUD and if not for height, Roger likely would’ve been a first round pick. He should thrive as a slot corner. #WarEagle

Team: The Baltimore Ravens had a sneaky good draft. They were able to get great talent and not reach for players. They added quality depth and potential starters at several positions (Kyle Hamilton, David Ojabo, and Jaylyn Amour-Davis for example). Hats off to Eric Decosta and the front office staff.

Dalbin Osorio

Player: Meg went with someone from her own team, so I’ll mirror that and pick Jets rookie RB Breece Hall. Connor Rogers of Badlands compared the 2nd round pick to former Saints RB Deuce McCallister, and the measurables all line up. To run a 4.39 40 at 6’2″ is absurd, and he gives the Jets their first homerun threat out of the backfield since Chris Ivory. He’s my pick for offensive rookie of the year.

Team: The Philadelphia Eagles did absolute work in this draft. Not only did they make good use of their capital by acquiring a 2023 first round pick in a draft with better QBs than this one, but they also were able to acquire stud WR AJ Brown and they also added Georgia Bulldog leader Nakobe Dean. We don’t know if Jalen Hurts is the answer, but with a good OL, two top-end WRs, one of the better TEs in the sport, and a potent running game? We’re about to find out. If not, the Eagles have the ammo to go get their guy next season.

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