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Booger's 2018 Mock Draft V1.0 Picks 9-16

By Booger926
6/13/2017 6:28 pm
9) Oakland (5-10-1) Needs: DE, QB, DL
A black hole is a place in space where gravity pulls so much that even light cannot escape. It is also one of the most recognized Fan bases in all of sports. So Oakland picks 2-4-1 RDE Levi Soto who can fill two needs with 1 pick to suck the life out of opposing offenses.

10) LAA (6-10) Needs: DT, TE, DE
Los Angeles tells it’s across the Bay Rival, well if you aren’t going to take RDE Marvin Howerton, then we are.

11) Los Angeles (N) (6-10) Needs: OL, LB, DE
With a knack of picking games, even though I liked it better when he was rooting against Cincinnati than with them, this owner just needs to pick the right player to get over the hump. In the top 5 in all passing categories in the league, the air game is solid while being average in pass defense. This team can score at will in very little time, but needs to be able to run down the clock to keep the other team from being able to do the same. You do that with a good ground game. And there is no better way to start a good running base than with LG Eric Olszewski

12) Denver (6-10) Needs: OL, LB, DL
Welcome to the Mile High City MLB Alonso Rex

13) Tampa Bay (6-10) Needs: LB, DT, QB
Someone is going to reach for a Quarterback and I believe Tampa is not going to be that one. But they will work on their offensive line by picking C Trevor Lay.

14) Cincinatti (7-9) Needs: RB, TE, CB, SS
Anonymous sources close to the Cincinatti administration have been telling major media outlets that they are close to the administration, but wish to remain anonymous.

The sources tell journalists that sources in the office are telling journalists that they are in the know about inquiries of Cincinatti’s administration’s pick that anonymous sources close to the administration are telling journalists they are in the know about.

One knowledgeable source familiar with other knowledgeable sources told reporters close to sources in the know about the team’s pick that reporters had sources within the front office close to studies into sources in the know about the Cincinatti administration.

The source asked not to be named for fear his mother might find out he had used her phone to make a long-distance call whereupon she might force him to get a job again.

Sources familiar with sources in the Cincinatti front office say the office sources are anonymous but in the know about conflicts within Cincinatti’s administration.

The sources say that sources close to Defensive Coordinator Francsis Rosales tell sources close to Offensive Coordinator Henry Bradly that Bradley is now on the outs with Rosales who in turn is on the outs with Head Coach Richard Atterbury according to anonymous sources close to Atterbury who wishes to remain anonymous but can't because he's Head Coach of Cincinnati.

Sources with ties to Cincinatti met with reporters who wish to remain anonymous in the same parking garage where sources in Minnesota’s administration told reporters that Atterbury's firing of Harry Adams was the same as Minnesota's Head Coach Shane Spencer firing of Francsis Rosales according to sources close to Adams who wished to remain anonymous.

The sources in the parking garage then parked the reporters cars and received a $2 tip from reporters who wished to remain anonymous according to anonymous sources.

Cincinnati Post reporters now say brainpower sources close to the Cincinnati Post tell anonymous sources that Atterbury revealed aptitude sources to the league according to league sources close to the Cincinnatti Post sources close to their sources and talent.

The story from the anonymous sources comes hard on the heels of a story from anonymous sources saying Atterbury fired sources close to Adams for reporting the Adams sources were examining ties between sources close to the Atterbury administration and the League sources who wish to remain anonymous.

The anonymous sources in the League confirm that the sources within the skill community are reliable but wish to remain anonymous since the talent sources are anonymous and why should they get to be anonymous if the Draft sources can't be anonymous? It's just not fair!
The Cincinnatti Post confirms however that their sources are reliable according to sources within the Cincinnatti Post who wish to remain anonymous.

The result of all these stories is an immense draft talent crisis that is sure to end with Atterbury's firing and the appointment of Francis Rosales to the Head Coach position according to sources within the imaginations of journalists who wish to remain anonymous because they're imaginary.

This is mainstream media news who are screaming “JUST PICK RB MANUEL MILLER ALREADY!!!” anonymously of course

15) Buffalo (2-14) via trade with Baltimore Needs: CB, OL
The whole offensive line is about to check into the nearest old folks home, but really needs a Corner back to stop the 29th defense against the pass. Oh what to do……. Take SS Leon Russell from out of Nebraska to prepare for the worst and hope for the best.

16) Houston (9-7) Needs: DE, LB, TE
The first team with a winning record and not make the playoffs takes RDE Mark Rubin to their already dominate defense to bring down the champions.

Re: Booger's 2018 Mock Draft V1.0 Picks 9-16

By Authorccurrier
6/13/2017 8:11 pm
Booger926 wrote:

14) Cincinatti (7-9) Needs: RB, TE, CB, SS
Anonymous sources close to the Cincinatti administration have been telling major media outlets that they are close to the administration, but wish to remain anonymous.

The sources tell journalists that sources in the office are telling journalists that they are in the know about inquiries of Cincinatti’s administration’s pick that anonymous sources close to the administration are telling journalists they are in the know about.

One knowledgeable source familiar with other knowledgeable sources told reporters close to sources in the know about the team’s pick that reporters had sources within the front office close to studies into sources in the know about the Cincinatti administration.

The source asked not to be named for fear his mother might find out he had used her phone to make a long-distance call whereupon she might force him to get a job again.

Sources familiar with sources in the Cincinatti front office say the office sources are anonymous but in the know about conflicts within Cincinatti’s administration.

The sources say that sources close to Defensive Coordinator Francsis Rosales tell sources close to Offensive Coordinator Henry Bradly that Bradley is now on the outs with Rosales who in turn is on the outs with Head Coach Richard Atterbury according to anonymous sources close to Atterbury who wishes to remain anonymous but can't because he's Head Coach of Cincinnati.

Sources with ties to Cincinatti met with reporters who wish to remain anonymous in the same parking garage where sources in Minnesota’s administration told reporters that Atterbury's firing of Harry Adams was the same as Minnesota's Head Coach Shane Spencer firing of Francsis Rosales according to sources close to Adams who wished to remain anonymous.

The sources in the parking garage then parked the reporters cars and received a $2 tip from reporters who wished to remain anonymous according to anonymous sources.

Cincinnati Post reporters now say brainpower sources close to the Cincinnati Post tell anonymous sources that Atterbury revealed aptitude sources to the league according to league sources close to the Cincinnatti Post sources close to their sources and talent.

The story from the anonymous sources comes hard on the heels of a story from anonymous sources saying Atterbury fired sources close to Adams for reporting the Adams sources were examining ties between sources close to the Atterbury administration and the League sources who wish to remain anonymous.

The anonymous sources in the League confirm that the sources within the skill community are reliable but wish to remain anonymous since the talent sources are anonymous and why should they get to be anonymous if the Draft sources can't be anonymous? It's just not fair!
The Cincinnatti Post confirms however that their sources are reliable according to sources within the Cincinnatti Post who wish to remain anonymous.

The result of all these stories is an immense draft talent crisis that is sure to end with Atterbury's firing and the appointment of Francis Rosales to the Head Coach position according to sources within the imaginations of journalists who wish to remain anonymous because they're imaginary.

This is mainstream media news who are screaming “JUST PICK RB MANUEL MILLER ALREADY!!!” anonymously of course


Haha! Love this.