We have all three rounds of our 2017 Mock Draft here!

Ravens and the Under
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We suspect we are the world's top Over/Under afficiandos, going 25-7-1 versus the Vegas oddsmakers since 2010.  Bang it here for this year's selections.
Chad Williams-WR, Cardinals
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Williams has drawn Anquan Boldin comparisons from Larry Fitzgerald.  Any compliment from Fitz, particularly for a rookie, is massive.  The Cardinals still have a number of weapons at receiver (Fitz, John Brown, JJ Nelson) and Williams probably won't be a significant fantasy factor until 2018.  He's worth keeping an eye on this pre-season, though.
Calvin Pryor- S, Jets
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Pryor, the 18th pick in the 2014 draft, has been dropped to third string.  He will likely be cut in the next month.  We didn't like him coming out of Louisville, and he wasn't ranked in our top 40 players.  Like Jabrill Peppers, we aren't fans of safeties who are big hitters but don't have great ball skills. 
Austin Sefarian-Jenkins-TE, Jets
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Jenkins is reportedly sober and having an excellent camp thus far.  Keep an eye on him as a late round fantasy sleeper.  Josh McKown is a tight end lover and the Jets are currently starting Charone Peake and Quincy Enunwa at wide receiver so ASJ should get opportunities.
Brandon Marshall-WR, Giants
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There's no disputing that Marshall is a rare talent (he may end up in the Hall of Fame) but he may be the worst clubhouse cancer in NFL history.  Last week former teammate Sheldon Richardson, who's no choir boy himself, said the locker room was much better this year.  When a reporter asked him why Richardson said,"There are about 15 reasons," alluding to Marshall's number 15.  Marshall has burned bridges on every team he has left and his horrible attitude is probably at least one of the reasons he's never been in a playoff game in his career.
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Pearls of wisdom from the doctor.

We want to again congratulate the Patriots on winning their first non-cheating championship in franchise history in 2017.  They now have as many non-cheating championships as the Jets and Rams.Wink