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With the National Football League now done electricity cost las vegas with the biggest parts of free agency and shifting into full-on NFL Draft mode, it’s time for another run at a seven-round Minnesota Vikings mock draft, featuring the FanSpeak On the Clock draft simulator. We should start seeing big boards everywhere falling into more of a post-Combine mode at this point, so hopefully we can get more of an idea what things could look like when the 2019 NFL Draft gets underway in about a month.

Now, to this point, there has been one offensive linemen taken, as Jonah Williams went to the New York Jets at #3 overall. Other than that electricity and circuits ppt, every offensive lineman in the draft is available. Honestly, it’s taking a hell of a lot of willpower not to pull the trigger on Hockenson with this pick, but unlike what’s happened in previous drafts, I’m going to make an effort to address the offensive line situation early here. Since the Vikings seem determined. . .for whatever reason. . .to move Riley Reiff to guard, I’m going to grab the offensive linemen that I think would be the best fit for the new Kevin Stefanski/ Gary Kubiak offense.

Dillard is the electricity and magnetism physics best pass-blocking offensive tackle in this class, and if the Vikings are going to move Reiff, then they better replace him with someone that can step right into the starting electricity wiki role at left tackle. The pairing of Dillard and Brian O’Neill would give the Vikings one of the most athletic pairs of offensive tackles in the National Football League, and that’s something that seems to be emphasized in an outside zone blocking scheme like the one the Vikings want to implement. You could make an argument for Cody Ford or Jawaan Taylor here, but if we want someone that can step right in and make an impact, I think Dillard is the guy.

With the Vikings having two receivers that can do great e suvidha electricity bill lucknow things out of the slot, they could use a big outside threat to help free those two up and also be a threat in the red zone. At 6’5” and about 230 pounds, Hakeem Butler is a physical freak who should be able to help stretch opposing defenses and immediately become a guy that Kirk Cousins can target inside gas leak chicago the 20. He probably should have been off the board by now, but if he’s just going to get handed to me, I’ll take him.

The offer from the Lions isn’t great or anything, but you know. . .that offer from the Bills sounds like exactly the sort of thing Rick Spielman would do given the opportunity. I get two fourth-round selections (in addition to the one I already have), I recoup the fifth-rounder we lost in the Trevor Siemian trade, and there’s also an all-important seventh-rounder. So, let’s take the Bills’ offer and drop out of the third round.

In my perfect world. . .or in this scenario, anyway. . .the Vikings stop fooling around with “veteran” quarterbacks and electricity production in chad decide that they’re going to give Kyle Sloter the #2 spot behind Kirk Cousins. Jackson is another physical monster, coming in at 6’7” and weighing about 250 pounds. He has an embarrassment of physical skills, and if the Vikings can give him the time he needs to develop, they could have an answer for when Cousins’ contract expires in a couple of seasons. A backup quarterback is a luxury at this point, sure, but I think someone with Jackson’s physical ability is worth the pick wd gaster theme here.

I get that, at some point in this process, I need to start looking at the defensive side of the ball. But the board hasn’t fallen that way, so at this point I’ll just keep taking offensive value players, because I think the Vikings’ coaching staff electricity cost per kwh by country has shown enough of an ability to coach up lower-round picks on defense. So, back to the offense we go.

The tight end position might not register as an immediate need for the Vikings to most folks, but there’s a potential problem on the horizon for the team at that spot. Not only is Kyle Rudolph in the final year of his deal (at least for now, unless the Vikings extend him), but David Morgan is in the final year of his rookie contract in 2019. That means that there’s likely going gas stoichiometry practice to be at least one hole, and Smith is the sort of player that could fill it. He doesn’t offer a whole lot as a blocker at this point, but he does have good receiving skills already and can be developed going forward.

He’s not rated that highly on Matt Miller’s big board, but I think this is just about the right spot for Crosby. He’s got outstanding speed and quickness, and though he’s a little on the light side at this point, he can probably add some more bulk without sacrificing too much of his athleticism. I think he’s the sort of player that electricity voltage in germany Andre Patterson would love to get an opportunity to coach up, so we’ll take him here.