tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2457862363782171899.post1847705351795959091..comments2022-01-24T10:59:02.516-06:00Comments on Rider Prophet: Rider Prophet Live Draft CFL Draft Day BloggingRider Prophethttp://www.blogger.com/profile/05111976277479263164noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2457862363782171899.post-84436741373106232832020-06-25T00:08:50.926-06:002020-06-25T00:08:50.926-06:00Your blogs are easily accessible and web design fi...Your blogs are easily accessible and <a href="https://www.entrepreneurshipinabox.com/20587/incorporating-a-sales-funnel-in-web-design/" rel="nofollow">web design firm</a> quite enlightening so keep doing the amazing work guys.<br />Mark Wajihttps://www.blogger.com/profile/12525923587459277875noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2457862363782171899.post-19522795182480922832020-05-01T13:48:15.104-06:002020-05-01T13:48:15.104-06:00Yeah you nailed the Riley pick. I think it&#39;s a...Yeah you nailed the Riley pick. I think it&#39;s a good safe unsexy pick. The WR pick really surprised me given other needs. I would love to know what the deal with Asse was. Either Ottawa lucked out or every team knew something significant about a top ranked prospect. I think ODay really believes in Schram and so as long as one of Bennett or Riley pan out, you are 5 deep an interior. <br /><br />ODay has definitely chosen to stand Pat with last year&#39;s roster (minus Micah and Moncrief). We will have to see if his slow and steady approach pays offRider Prophethttps://www.blogger.com/profile/05111976277479263164noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2457862363782171899.post-85670890648529969742020-05-01T13:14:00.430-06:002020-05-01T13:14:00.430-06:00Well, I was spot on with Mattland Riley. But anoth...Well, I was spot on with Mattland Riley. But another 6&#39;4&quot; receiver next up? As we batted around in last Monday&#39;s Sentimonies, we got 2 twin towers already, one of which should pan out. Maybe we go 2 Cdn&#39;s here but I think we could have used another OL. When 3DownNation looked at our National depth pre-draft, they noted all our backups had a combined 5 starts, all of them by St.John over 4 seasons. THREE highly rated OL in 3DN&#39;s top 25 were still available when we picked a DB in ROUND 5 - Gangrossa (13), Asse (21) &amp; Regina&#39;s Becker (25). Riley was 37 on their list &amp; not on the CFL top prospects list either but I&#39;m okay with that. BTW teams stayed close to form with selecting almost everyone ranked 1,2 or 3rd round except a territorial pick, Gallimore &amp; Claypool who wasn&#39;t selected at all. In essence, we ended up likely with no one that wasn&#39;t ranked 4th round or lower. Montreal led everyone with 5 highly rated prospects. Of course when you end up with only 1 pick until #30, this is not unexpected. <br />My beef is what has this regime done since last fall to try to restock the cupboard after using up their 2nd round &amp; 3rd round picks in 2018 &amp; 2019? There has been ample time to work out trades for assets a 1st place team surely has. With Bladek &amp; Blake both gone, why are we looking at another tall beanpole receiver? We need help in the trenches, both sides. We basically stood still in FA &amp; O&#39;Day said he would address this via camps down south (good luck with that) &amp; the draft. We didn&#39;t exactly run away with the West title &amp; had some really good luck - a MTL forfeit, 2 games vs Winnipeg w/o Harris, all 3 games w/o Nichols &amp; Collaros, no Trevor Harris &amp; a lot of rested starters in the season 2 game set with Edmonton. I&#39;m somewhat disappointed in the inaction. Anyway, we&#39;ll see what happens, should there be a season of some sort. <br />SeeSeeRidernoreply@blogger.com