Reviewing the 2019 draft Sept 2, 2019 4:03:36 GMT -5 Quote Select PostDeselect PostLink to PostBack to Top Post by eyrie on Sept 2, 2019 4:03:36 GMT -5 Round 1 - good reports on Dillard, making it worth our first, fourth and sixth to move up.Round 2 - good reports on Sanders and Arcega-Whiteside. Round 3 - traded to the Lions for a brief rental of Tate last season. Even Roseman can get one wrong.Round 4 - Miller didn't impress in preseason, and probably made the team because it's too early to give up on a fourth round pick. But do we really need six DEs?Round 5 - Thorson managed to get cut despite being a current draft pick.Round 7 - used to acquire Ridgeway from the Colts.Overall it looks good on the strength of the first three choices. Our offense is pretty much set for the next two to three years when you consider how many of our current starters are under contract.Thorson is the one that puzzles me. I like drafting a mid-round QB to develop as our back up, but how could we get it so wrong that he didn't even make the PS?