O-Zone: The lost boy

O-Zone: The lost boy

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You are a smug, know it all. It’s sick, plain and simple. You are so sure they are NOT going to take offensive tackle first and you are so sure they are going to be wide receiver next. What if they don’t? Will you admit it?

Maybe I’m smug, but I don’t know it all at all — and I certainly don’t know who the Jaguars will pick anywhere in the 2022 NFL Draft, including No. 1 overall. I continue to believe they will select a player at defensive end there, and I continue to expect that to be edge defender Aidan Hutchinson from Michigan. But even though that’s my projection, it wouldn’t really surprise me if Georgia’s Travon Walker is the pick. I’d be surprised if this is an offensive tackle simply because of what a disruptive player could add to the defense – and because it seems like they like Cam Robinson as their left tackle. Could I be wrong about that? Stranger things have happened. As far as No. 33 overall, I have much less of a feeling about what the Jaguars will do there. Wide receiver makes sense because he still feels the Jaguars need to draft and develop a potential big-time player at the position. But you can’t force it; if such a player is not there, chances are they will go in another direction. An interior offensive line could make sense. Will I admit all this if it happens? Maybe. Or I may continue to live in a smug state of denial. I will probably choose the latter. It sounds easier and more fun.

Assuming Robinson signs a long-term deal, what would you say the upside is on the Jags moving one of the tackles to (starting) guard? Do you think it’s more likely Taylor or Little? Just curious your thoughts. None of us know if it’s good or bad anyway. Thank you!!

I don’t know the “over-under” on this. I also don’t know that it depends on Robinson signing a long-term contract. I think there is a decent chance for Walker Little to start at right tackle next season with Jawaan Taylor at guard. The over-under? Let’s say, “37.”

I know there is no star power at the top. But does the drop from good to good at least start later?

Yes. While the absence of big-time quarterbacks contributed to the 2022 NFL Draft’s lack of “star power” early in Round 1, it is generally considered a very good — and deep — draft throughout.

We definitely have some very smart football minds that will teach quarterback Trevor Lawrence. I know sometimes having to many cooks in the kitchen is a bad thing, but this doesn’t feel like one of those situations. I can’t see how this won’t do anything but help his growth.

In fact, the Jaguars have three former NFL offensive coordinators – Head Coach Doug Pederson, quarterbacks coach Mike McCoy and passing game coordinator Jim Bob Cooter – on staff, as well as offensive coordinator Press Taylor. All four have also coached quarterbacks in the NFL. The chefs-in-the-kitchen thing could be a concern. It’s up to Pederson to manage that. From what I have seen of Pederson, and from what I understand of his background and approach, I expect he will manage it well.

I am very surprised, dare I say amazed, at how people don’t understand how this trade thing really works every year.

Yes, you may dare. And yes…it’s a whole thing.

After all the draft simulations I’ve seen and run, I think our Jags should be able to draft four to five Day One starters if drafted right – without trades. How many Day 1 impact players do you predict we will draft this year?

Day One impact players? If you think players who make you that much better and stand out from Week 1 of their rookie season, I’d say the Jaguars might get one – if they’re lucky . I have covered many very good players in two and a half decades. I have only mentioned a few who have made an impression in the first month of their rookie seasons. Still, the Jaguars can have a very good draft without having “Day One impact players.” Rookies usually take time to develop and contribute significantly. Even very good ones.

I really think all these fake drafters are wrong and I can’t wait to laugh at all the people who are so shocked when the Top 5 look nothing like them. One week.

Hello, John. I have one big favor for you. Being a Jaguars fan in Europe means watching the draft at some of the most impossible hours imaginable. In recent years I would set an alarm clock to at least get a Jaguars pick. This year I’m going on holiday in the South of France and I won’t be doing it. I know all the important people in the organization appreciate your opinion and I will definitely let you know our choice so could you send me a name in advance on my email so I can sleep in peace? Appreciate it, thank you. Peter.

That’s some real time and effort to let everyone know you’re “holidaying in the South of France.” Very good. Impressively.

I understand that the knock on Tyler Linderbaum is that he can only play center and is not versatile. I say, if you have the chance to draft your center for the next seven-plus years, you go ahead and take him with Pick No. 33. Thoughts?

I’ve heard the same “beat” on Iowa center Tyler Lindebaum – although most analysts believe he’ll be a very good center, the concern is that he can’t play guard. The concern kind of makes sense because coaches like versatility on the inside of the line. But if it’s a good center … play it in the middle.

Hey Zoner, I think it’s interesting how Ja’Marr Chase has elevated the wide receiver position in the NFL in one season. From a “dime and a dozen” position to the highest re-value position. I think we will see eight wide receivers in Round 1 of the draft. No. 33 will likely be a linebacker or interior offensive lineman. I think the value of a wide receiver will match up in the third round. what are you saying

Hey Daver, I think it’s interesting how you’re only slightly exaggerating Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase’s impact on situational perception. While Chase’s impact on the Bengals’ AFC Championship season certainly contributed to the perception, the league has long been trending in that direction — and receivers like Julio Jones and DaVante Adams were far more valuable than a dime a dozen. even before this past. term. I also think that quarterback and pass rush are still higher than wide receiver in terms of value, although it’s fair to wonder if a wide receiver might catch – and maybe pass – an offensive line. Still, there’s no doubt you’re right about the big picture. The receiver has never been more valuable, and it wouldn’t be surprising if seven or eight players at the position went in Round 1 next week. That’s about a quarter of the first round. Considering how the game is played these days, that’s probably appropriate.

Just wanted to say great podcast with Mike McCoy, seems like a genuine guy, can’t wait to see what he brings to the team.

Jaguars quarterbacks coach Mike McCoy was a guest on the O-Zone Podcast this week. I had never met McCoy – who has been an offensive coordinator for two teams and served as the head coach of the San Diego Chargers from 2013-2016 – before this. I was impressed by his attitude and enthusiasm for the situation. He feels he is in the right position at the right time in his career. I can’t imagine him not having a positive influence on Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence.

Zone, could you see the Jags trading up to get a player who could slide into the latter part of the first round? Which player could that be? And around what choice could you see that happening?

I could see the Jaguars trading from No. 33 to around Nos. 23-28 for the very wide receiver. Or for Linderbaum. Both moves would make sense.

KOAF, Jumbo Shrimp?!?!? What happened to the Jacksonville Suns? How long have I been asleep? Baseball has never been hotter than … the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp?!? Sorry, I’ll go back and tell the neighbor kids to get off my lawn.

I grew up with the Suns, too. I also grew up in a time when you had to stop and ask for directions because there were no cell phones with GPS. I used to get really lost. I’m not so much anymore.

Will Mickey Mouse enter public domain?

Will Mickey Mouse enter public domain?

The copyright for the earliest version of Mickey Mouse will expire in 2024. Read also : Panthers pick 2019 TopCats – Charlotte. What does this mean for the world’s most famous mouse? In 2024, the earliest iteration of Disney’s Mickey Mouse will enter the public domain.

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Will Mickey Mouse actually become public domain?

Disney could soon lose exclusive rights to long-term mascot Mickey Mouse and many more of its beloved characters. Since his creation in 1928, Mickey has become the cheerful face of the multi-billion dollar Disney brand. See the article : The Falcons will rely on the ‘Dirty Birds’ in 2021. But in 2024 – 95 years after its debut – the humble mouse will enter the public domain.

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