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Mock Draft 2.0: Will the Niners get Wilson at 3?

Don Detwiler is back with his updated Mock Draft 2.0. Updated to include the trades between the 49ers, Eagles, and Dolphins.

Lawrence, Fields, Wilson, Lance

By Don Detwiler

Welcome back, Riders! I’m glad you enjoyed the first mock and the “discussions” it sparked.  Now that the free agency frenzy has crested, it’s time for the Social Media Sasquatch to peek out from behind the trees and reassess my previous needs-based assessment.

Free Agency is the best time of year when the players get paid! Many of these contracts are shorter than face value and include voidable years and legal devices to dodge this year’s tight cap and get players back to free agency in the next year’s huge cap expansion year.  Two factors are going to drive that growth. More importantly, the likelihood of fans returning to the stadiums and the latest television and streaming service deal the league signed will make them billions.  But, for now, let’s focus on this year.  

The rules for Mock Draft 2.0, The Post Free-Agency Frenzy edition, are as follows.  No trades (that’s Mock Draft 3.0).  As before, I’ll be giving an “also considered” option, and I’ll note the previous pick. The selections I’ll be going with are a reflection of the team’s current needs based on the results of free agency, which in many cases have changed drastically.  

**I amended this mock to reflect the actual trades that went down today. 

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars – Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson
  • The Jags did some nice things in free agency, but as far as this pick goes: it is, was, and will be the best prospect at the position since the Colts drafted Andrew Luck.  Lawrence can do it all, and he’s Urban Meyer’s guy. Plain and simple. 
  • Also Considered: None. No, really, he’s it. 
  • Previous Pick: Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson
  1. New York Jets – Ja’Marr Chase, WR, LSU
  • The human highlight, the last time he played the results were 84 catches, 1780 yds, and 20tds. Follow me here people, Corey Davis was a great get as a WR2.  Can you make a run with Davis, Crowder, and Mims? Absolutely.  But as this is the no trades edition and Sam Darnold is still on the roster we have to prepare like he is staying.  Getting an elite talent to run the receiving corp and slot all those guys into their best role makes the most sense to me.  Chase is that dynamic.  
  • Also Considered: Penei Sewell, LT, Oregon.  Mekhi Becton has proven himself at LT, drafting Sewell forces him to move to RT and also means that eventually, you are going to have to pay them both LT money or lose one of them. 
  • Previous Pick: Ja’Marr Chase, WR, LSU
  1. San Francisco 49ers via Miami Dolphins via Houston – Zach Wilson, QB, BYU 
  • Holy Schnikes!! The Niners trade everything that wasn’t nailed down to move up into prime time for Wilson.  The jump from 12 to 3 is massive, but they are only a QB away.  Wilson fits everything they want to do. He has huge arm talent, he’s extremely athletic, and he’s highly accurate.  If an organization that gets it right as often as the Niners do is convinced, so am I. 
  • Also Considered: Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State. Trent Williams got paid historic money and Alex Mack signed to fill the void at center setting the offensive line.  All that’s left is a QB to take advantage of a very fast and very creative offense.  Justin Fields has the athleticism and arm talent to do that. 
  • Previous Pick: DeVonta Smith, WR, Alabama
  1. Atlanta Falcons – Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State.
  • This is the second mock where the Falcons have greatly benefited from my no-trade rule. Atlanta would be thrilled to get Fields or Lance here.  Fields shows excellent athleticism and deep-ball accuracy.  He is solid outside of the pocket and can turn it up for a first with the best of them.    
  • Also Considered: Patrick Surtain II, CB, Alabama. Wow, that defense is terrible. With no elite pass rushers this year, fixing the secondary would be a priority. 
  • Previous Pick: Zach Wilson, QB, BYU
  1. Cincinnati Bengals – Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida 
  • The Bengals signed Riley Reiff from the Vikings to play the right tackle. That moves former first-round pick, Jonah Williams, to LT, Williams is also capable of moving in to guard, which gives them options.  Adding Pitts to Boyd, Higgins, and C.J. Uzomah creates a total mismatch for the defense to try and compensate for.  Let’s be real here, Pitts is a TE in name only.  He’s never going to be an inline blocker. What he does better than just about anyone we’ve seen is be faster than LBs, bigger than DBs, and able to line up anywhere and run the majority of the route tree.    
  • Also Considered: Christian Darrisaw, LT, Virginia Tech.  Darrisaw is a dominating figure.  Massive with a mean streak a mile wide and technically sound with a good punch.  Adding him at 5 would give the Bengals a high-end prospect to ensure that the blind side is adequately protected. 
  • Previous Pick: Penei Sewell, OT, Oregon 
  1. Miami Dolphins via Philadelphia Eagles – DeVonta Smith, WR, Alabama
  • Smith would instantly be their best WR and a weapon they haven’t had in seemingly forever.  He is an elite route runner, has excellent vertical speed, and outstanding hands. Plus, the familiarity Tua and Smith have is an ideal building block.  This pick just feels right. 
  • Also Considered: Penei Sewell, LT, Oregon. A massive LT to anchor the line would make sense if they are not set on a receiver.  Sewell has perennial pro-bowler all written all over him. 
  • Previous Pick: Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida
  1. Detroit Lions – Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama
  • Free Agency has come and gone, and now the Lions have virtually no wide receivers. Enter Jaylen Waddle, speed for days. Waddle was dynamic at Alabama. Superior quickness, a total burner, and capable of flipping the field on a defense in one catch.  Good player at a position of absolute need. 
  • Also Considered: Trey Lance, QB, NDSU. So they added Jared Goff, and while that might pan out, Lance provides a dose of excitement. He could learn and get used to the pro tempo while Goff holds it down on the field. Bonus Terrace Marshall, excellent outside receiver with speed and size to produce redzone mismatches.  They could trade down and add assets while still getting Marshall. 
  • Previous Pick: Micah Parsons – LB, Penn State
  1. Carolina Panthers – Trey Lance, QB, NDSU 
  • Lance is a freak athlete.  I like Lance’s release. He processes defenses well and can get you first downs and more on broken plays.  He also just feels like a Matt Rhule guy. If they can get him here without moving up, they would be thrilled.  Rhule’s offense creates easy throws, and the roster has the supporting cast to support a young guy with Lance’s talent level. 
  • Also Considered: Penei Sewell, LT, Oregon. Dominant in college, it would be tough for them to pass on Sewell. If they waver on Lance at all, Sewell will be the pick. 
  • Previous Pick: Justin Fields, QB, OSU
  1. Denver Broncos – Penei Sewell, LT, Oregon.  
  • The Broncos couldn’t cover anyone last year, but they did a lot about that in free agency. Now we can look to a different position group and make strength from weakness. The line finished 25th overall in PFF rankings, and as a result, Lock was pummeled, and the running game was inconsistent.  Sewell is just too good to pass on.  Even though they have an effective LT in Boles, he can shift to the right.  Sewell is that good. 
  • Also Considered: Rashawn Slater, OL, Northwestern. Saving whoever is the QB here next year is an absolute priority.  Slater can play every position on the offensive line at a high level and would help those weapons the Broncos got last year to develop. 
  • Previous Pick: Caleb Farley, CB, VT
  1. Dallas Cowboys – Partick Surtain II, CB, Alabama
  • Dallas helped themselves on defense, but they could use an additional corner. Trevon Diggs worked out well as a rookie, so why not go back to Alabama and get a guy to bookend your secondary. These two young CBs could develop into a strong tandem for years to come.
  •  Also Considered: Gregory Rousseau DE Miami, Dallas couldn’t rush the passer either last year, and Rousseau is the best available, though a bit of a reach here. 
  • Previous Pick: Partick Surtain II, CB, Alabama
  1. New York Giants – Micah Parsons, ILB, Penn State.
  • Last mock, we were thinking of a wide receiver to put with their current guys. Kenny Golladay’s signing fills that need.  This lets us look to the defense with this pick. They fortified the LBs with the signings of Ragland and Odenigbo, but they are on 1 yr deals, and bringing Williams back on the DL is a big deal.  Parsons is one of my favorite prospects in this draft, and, paired with a pro like Blake Martinez, he could be unleashed on the NFC East.  He’s fast, he has quality pass rush moves, and he has solid coverage instincts. He’d be a weapon. 
  • Also Considered: Caleb Farley, CB, VT. Last year’s secondary was ok and finished middle of the pack.  Adding a big physical corner to play opposite James Bradberry would really help the secondary.  Farley can handle man or zone schemes and is a ball hawk with height (6’2”) and tackling ability to support the run.   
  • Previous Pick: Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama
  1. Philadelphia Eagles via Miami Dolphins via San Francisco 49ers – Rashawn Slater, OL, Northwestern
  • Oh, how the Eagles faithful will be pissed at this one.  That offense needs weapons, and they traded past all three of the guys they could have had at 6. This roster needs help, and it seems the organization finally realized it. It makes sense to see what you’ve got in Hurts with a good chance at three firsts next year.  To do that, you need an offensive line that will give him a chance.  Slater is capable of playing every position on the line.  He has excellent athleticism, mirrors well in the passing game, and gets to the second level in the run game.  It’s not a sexy pick, but success is built in the trenches. 
  • Also Considered:  Caleb Farley, CB, VT.  The Eagles secondary is a shit show.  They need a big cover corner, and Farley has size, gets good jam at the line, and can really tackle. 
  • Previous Pick: Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota 
  1. L.A.  Chargers – Christian Darrisaw, OT, Virginia Tech 
  • Protecting Justin Herbert has to be priority one for the Chargers. Hitting on Herbert last year means the clock is ticking while he is inexpensive and getting a starting left tackle at this point in the draft is a huge bonus. Darrisaw is athletic enough to win against speed rushers and has a mean streak coaches love from linemen. He can effectively get to the second level and run block, delivering an effective punch and controlling linebackers. The Chargers have already added an excellent center in Corey Linsley and Matt Feiler to play guard or RT.  Time to complete the rebuild.  
  • Also Considered:  Alijah Vera-Tucker, G/T, USC.  When your position group ranks dead last in a 32 team league, it needs to be fixed. Vera-Tucker probably ends up on the inside in the NFL but has the athleticism to excel. 
  • Previous Pick: Christian Darrisaw, OT, VT
  1. Minnesota Vikings – Alijah Vera-Tucker, OL, USC
  • All three of the Vikings’ interior offensive linemen finished outside of the top 32 in blocking efficiency for their position groups last season. That’s not good enough for a team that wants to dominate the line of scrimmage and run the ball.  Vera-Tucker has the athleticism and punch to play inside.  His quick first step is a weapon in run blocking, and his history as a tackle will help in pass pro.  While it’s true that not all tackles can play on the interior, Vera-Tucker has the makeup to do it.  
  • Also Considered: Gregory Rousseau, DE, Miami The Vikings need defensive ends and pass rushers so badly that they traded a second to Baltimore in the Yannik Ngakoue experiment that failed.  Rousseau is long and bends the edge well.  He’s the best in a weak class of pass rushers. 
  • Previous Pick: Rashawn Slater, OL, Northwestern 
  1. New England Patriots – Mac Jones, QB, Alabama
  • Jones is only here at 15 because there are no trades in this mock. I expect him to go higher due to position scarcity. Jones is for real. He reads defenses quickly, moves through his progressions rapidly, can through into tight windows with accuracy and anticipation. When you watch Alabama film, yes, receivers are open, but the ball is almost always there when they exit the break and not once they are actually open. He has pro tools, and NE would be lucky to get him at 15. Cam being back on another very short contract is no imposition to this pick if anything giving Jones time is a benefit. 
  • Also Considered: Terrace Marshall, WR, LSU. Opinions vary on Marshall, who is an outside receiver that excels at high pointing the ball. The Pats need weapons regardless of the QB, even after buying literally every free agent TE. 
  • Previous Pick: Mac Jones, QB, Alabama
  1. Arizona Cardinals – Caleb Farley, CB, Virginia Tech
  • Sprint to the podium on this one because they would be getting a premier talent at #16.  With Patrick Peterson moving on to Minnesota, the defense needs a new corner to fill the void. Farley is a plug-and-play starter for the cards. He has good size at 6’2″, fits any scheme with the ability to play press-man or turn and run in a zone. 
  • Also Considered: Kadarius Toney, WR, Florida. This feels a little like a luxury pick, but an electric underneath playmaker fits well with Hopkins and Kirk’s down-field acumen. 
  • Previous Pick: Jaycee Horn, CB, South Carolina
  1. Las Vegas Raiders – Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, ILB, Notre Dame
  • They need playmakers, plain and simple.  This guy is the classic example of the new age linebacker.  He runs like a deer, has elite cover ability, and is big enough to handle run support duties.  The Raiders have brought in a bunch of players to help the defensive line and pass rush. Owusu-Koramoah provides the rover to clean up anything that gets through. 
  • Also Considered: Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU. A ball hawk in the deep ⅓ would also help this defense. They still need help in the secondary, and Moehrig is the best in the safety class this season.   
  • Previous Pick: Gregory Rousseau, DE, Miami
  1. Miami Dolphins – Kwity Paye, DE, Michigan 
  • Paye has a chance to be a bad, bad man in the NFL.  He has excellent size at 6’3” and 270.  Excellent get-off and violent hands.  An every-down end would go a long way to solidifying the Miami defense. Ya, his college production doesn’t line up with the ability, but pro coaching fixes a lot.  You can teach technique; you can’t teach athleticism. 
  • Also Considered: Terrace Marshall, WR, LSU.  There are a variety of opinions on where Marshall fits and what he’ll be as a pro.  I love his measurables, burst, and catch radius. He’s going to be good for someone. 
  • Previous Pick: Alijah Vera-Tucker, OL, USC
  1. Washington Football Team – Terrace Marshall, WR, LSU.
  • Stay with me here.  They just paid Curtis Samuel. They have Terry McLaurin. The next best guy is a dude named Cam Sims, who caught a total of 32 passes last year.  Marshal at 6’3” with elite traits puts this entire receiving corps on schedule.  He wins jump balls, and he’s a redzone matchup nightmare. He can take it to the house on every catch.  That coupled with a bit of Fitzmagic and this offense gets crazy. 
  • Also Considered: Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU. He’s capable of playing either safety spot for a defense that rushes the passer better than anyone.  He would be another ballhawk in a defense build to turn the ball over.
  • Previous Pick: Kadarius Toney, WR, Florida 
  1. Chicago Bears: Kadarius Toney, WR, Florida
  • A dynamic athlete that, along with Pitts, drove the offense this year in Florida.  He can play anywhere on the offense, and he will likely fly around out of the slot while Mooney takes the top off the defense to clear things out for Toney.  Robinson is a force on the other side.  This gives Dalton the best chance at being successful. 
  • Also Considered: Teven Jenkins, OT, Oklahoma State. Huge, 6’7” and 320, athletic and mean. Chicago has questions on its offensive line, and Jenkins has the flexibility to play either tackle position. 
  •  Previous Pick: Terrace Marshall, WR, LSU
  1. Indianapolis Colts – Gregory Rousseau, DE, Miami
  • The Colts are rock solid and have three major need: DE, OT, WR. Their roster construction is excellent. They added Carson Wentz to be the guy at QB, so now they have youth at every position. Pass rush help is the primary need, and this draft isn’t very deep.  Rousseau was dynamic in 2019 and skipped last year.  His tape is excellent and shows a player who can bend the edge and has several NFL-level pass rush moves.  He would be a great get at this point in the draft.   
  • Also Considered: Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan.  Full disclosure, I’m a big fan of Mayfield. He’s going to be young, entering the draft at 20.  There is a huge amount of talent, and he is not a finished product. 
  • Previous Pick: Kwity Paye, DE, Michigan 
  1. Tennessee Titans – Jaycee Horn, CB, South Carolina
  • Adding Bud Dupree and Denico Autry really helps the pass rush, but now Adoree Jackson is off to NYG, and Desmond King is gone too. Horn has outstanding size (6’2”) and athleticism, plus NFL bloodlines.  He excels in press-man cover and turns the ball over with regularity.   
  • Also Considered: Jaelan Philips, DE, Miami.  Even with the free-agent help, they were bad enough to justify more. Jaelan Philips is a complete 4-3 style end with the suddenness and bend to provide outside push and collapse the pocket. Has 8 sacks in 2020 would be a welcome addition. 
  • Previous Pick: Jaelan Philips, DE, Miami 
  1. New York Jets via Seattle – Najee Harris, RB, Alabama 
  • This is a bit of a luxury pick, but it’s also a big need.  Harris is a hammer of an RB with great size, 6’2”, and 230lbs. His 26 TD’s and nearly 1500yds last season were excellent, and he showed significant growth as a runner.  With no other notable running backs on the roster, this fit makes sense. 
  • Also Considered: Nick Bolton, ILB, Missouri. A sideline to sideline defender like Bolton makes sense here too.  Jarrad Davis is a nice addition and getting C.J.Mosley back from injury helps, but depth at the position is nonexistent. Bolton can fly and would excel in Robert Saleh’s defense.
  • Previous Pick: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB, Notre Dame 
  1. Pittsburgh Steelers: Javonte Williams, RB, UNC. 
  • I think the Steelers are a candidate for a trade back to the end of the first, particularly with Harris gone. The Steelers have key needs at RB, ILB, OLB, C, OT, TE, and now CB. Even for a team that drafts this well, that’s a laundry list of problems. Running back is an enormous need, and Williams has the skills to be the bell cow Mike Tomlin loves to hang his hat on.  He runs mad, breaks tackles, and catches the ball in space at an advanced level.  I like him a little better than Etennie based on size and the Steelers’ desire to run the ball between the tackles. 
  • Also Considered: Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan. Mayfield reminds me of John Runyan with LT athleticism. He finishes blocks and punishes defenders. He will also be drafted as a 20-year-old, so here is more development to his game. The reason I didn’t take him here is the remarkable depth at tackle this year that lets you get a solid player later on. 
  • Previous Pick: Najee Harris, RB, Alabama
  1. Jacksonville Jaguars via LA – Azeez Ojulari, DE/OLB, Georgia
  • Even though they have signed a load of free agents, the Jags defense needs talent in a big way. Their pass rush has suffered since they traded Yannick Ngakoue, which further exposed a suspect secondary. Azeez, Ojulari from Georgia makes a ton of sense here. He has position flexibility as a big OLB or a rush 4-3 DE, and he brings it with an excellent first step and solid hand fighting technique. 
  • Also Considered: Levi Onwuruike, DT, Washington. Remember how I said they couldn’t rush the passer? Well, they couldn’t stop the run either. Onwuruike didn’t have a great week at the senior bowl, but two years of good tape doesn’t lie.  
  • Previous Pick: Azeez Ojulari, DE/OLB, Georgia
  1. Cleveland Browns – Zaven Collins, OLB, Tulsa
  • The additions of Joe Johnson and Troy Hill from the Rams are an instant help to the secondary.  Now the focus has to be on finding a running mate for Myles Garrett. Collins is fast around the edge, good in coverage (4 ints), and has the size to not just be a speed rusher.  
  • Also Considered: Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue. Moore is a big play waiting to happen. He has tremendous leaping ability and can play both inside and out despite his height. Adding to Higgins and Jarvis Landry needs to be a priority because they really aren’t going to bring back OBJ…..or are they?  Oh, Cleveland, you crazy organization. 
  • Previous Pick: Zaven Collins, OLB, Tulsa
  1. Baltimore Ravens – Jaelan Philips, DE, Miami
  • They lost all their pass rushers except Tyus Bowser, this would be ok if we were playing Super Mario, but we aren’t.  Jaelen Philips gives them a legit pass rusher to go with Bowser and Pernell McPhee because without pressure, that secondary isn’t nearly as special as it’s been. 
  • Also considered: Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota. It’s almost like free-agent wide receivers don’t want Baltimore’s money. Maybe it’s because they know the ravens don’t throw the ball.  Bateman has the hands and skills to take advantage of those vacated zones. He’s more than just a possession receiver; he’s also a red-zone weapon and an excellent blocker. Plus, if they draft him, he has to go there. 
  • Previous Pick: Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota 
  1. New Orleans Saints – Levi Onwururike, DT, Washington 
  • The need at DT was bad before they lost Sheldon Rankins to the Jets. Now it’s basically a must. At this point in the draft, Onwururike is a solid value. Defensive tackles who can rush the passer hold against the run are hard to get and would be an immediate add to their rotation, absorb blockers and allow the backers to run free. 
  • Also Considered: Christian Barmore, DT, Alabama: Barmore is massive at 310lbs. But he is still raw.  With NFL coaching, they should be able to harness his talent and make him a dominant inside player.  He’ll be a great three-technique in time. 
  • Previous Pick: Levi Onwururike, DT, Washington 
  1. Green Bay Packers – Jamin Davis, ILB, Kentucky 
  • The Packer linebackers were putrid last year, and in a division where you have to see Montgomery, Cook, and Swift twice each, it’s about time they get an ILB capable of punishing running backs and covering them in space.  Davis is an outstanding athlete who is flying up draft boards. 
  • Also Considered: Wyatt Davis, G, Ohio State.  Losing an outstanding center hurts, but replacing him with a total mauler with athleticism softens the blow. Davis is the best pure guard in the class and a monster of a human.  He’ll instantly be Jones and Dillion’s best new friend. 
  • Previous Pick: Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue.
  1. Buffalo Bills – Asante Samuel Jr., CB, Florida State.  
  • What do really well-run teams do when their needs are basically met? They add to the secondary.  Samuel Jr. is a sure tackler, excellent zone defender, and fits what the Bills like to do in the secondary. The Bills are in a great place here. 
  • Also Considered: Etienne is dynamic. He excels at catching the ball in space and turning it up. His speed is his biggest asset. Couple him with Zack Moss as the power back about the Bills’ RB group will be perfectly balanced. 
  • Previous Pick: Travis Etienne, RB, Clemson.
  1. Kansas City Chiefs – Tevin Jenkins, OT, Oklahoma State. 
  • The Chiefs have blown a pile of money this offseason on their offensive line. They just did it all at guard.  With both starting tackles now gone, they need help there fast.  Tevin Jenkins can come in to play the RT instantly while he grows to be the future LT.  
  • Also Considered: Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan They need tackle help in the worst way possible.  Right now, this is the best they can do.  Mayfield has a chance to be a good one. 
  • Previous Pick: Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan
  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Travis Etienne, RB, Clemson. 
  • How fun would this be? No, really, the best back at catching the ball in space goes to the G.O.A.T. of throwing the ball to backs. For the record, TB is the G.O.A.T. at most things QB. Ronald Jones’s skills match up as an excellent complement to Etienne, and a lethal offense gets better. Scary. 
  • Also Considered: Christian Barmore, DT, Alabama.  Tampa seems to be trying to get the band back together for another run. Adding Barmore to Vita Vea would be a matchup nightmare. With Suh nearing the end of a dominant career, Barmore would be a great rotational piece to start and can learn from two of the best. 
  • Previous Pick: Christian Barmore, DT, Alabama

Just a couple of general observations here.  Remember, this was the no trades edition. That forces teams we expect to trade out to stay put and pick the best player for their needs.  Next, go around we will focus on the trades edition, where I’ll explore some potential trade scenarios and my best guess of what could happen.  Expect the QB’s to rise fast. 

This is also an exceptionally deep year for offensive tackles, inside linebackers, wide receivers, quarterbacks, and corners (though most of this depth is second round and lower).  After the top 3, I hope your team only needs a situational running back.  There is only one safety currently carrying a first-round grade. This is also not the draft your team should be excited about finding an elite DT or DE. They just aren’t projecting that high.  Personally, I don’t see a first-round worthy DT this year, but someone with a dire need we take a shot.  

Finally, the 49ers must be cool with any of Wilson, Fields, or Lance.  If they were set on Wilson, they would have been trading with the Jets.  This sets up three possible scenarios for the Jets.  

  1. They are thrilled to let San Fran set the market for them to cash in later, maybe even for more. 
  2. They know who their guy is, and they are taking him, come hell or high water. 
  3. They want more time to evaluate. 

If it’s three, that’s fine. Wilson wowed at his pro day, and that might drive the cost up.  Who knows, but what we know now is all eyes are on the Jets because they control all the cards.  

I can’t wait to see how it all plays out. Until next time this is the Social Media Sasquatch headed back to the cave. Enjoy the mock Riders!

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