AFC North
77 OVR
GetEmTank
Offense
Total: 304 (21)
Passing: 221 (18)
Rushing: 83 (20)
Multiple Zone Run
Defense
Total: 329 (15)
Passing: 106 (5)
Rushing: 223 (31)
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Passing Leaders
Player Comp/Att Yards TDs INTs
J.Burrow 19/36 279 2 3
Receiving Leaders
Player Recs Yards TDs
T.Boyd 1 73 1
J.Mixon 5 63 0
C.Uzomah 3 62 1
J.Chase 8 61 0
S.Perine 1 12 0
Rushing Leaders
Player Ats Yards TDs
J.Mixon 16 64 0
J.Burrow 4 19 0
T.Higgins 0 0 0
J.Chase 0 0 0
Defensive Leaders
Player Tackles Sacks INTs FFs
J.Bates III 5 0 0 0
V.Bell 4 0 0 0
G.Pratt 3 1 0 0
M.Hilton 3 1 0 0
S.Hubbard 2 1.5 0 0
AFC North
TeamOverallDiv%
Ravens 0-1-0 0-0-0 0.000
Steelers 0-1-0 0-0-0 0.000
Bengals 0-1-0 0-0-0 0.000
Browns 0-1-0 0-0-0 0.000
Top Cap Hits
Player OVR Pos cap Hit
Trae Waynes 78 CB $16.0 M
D.J. Reader 82 DT $13.56 M
Trey Hendrickson 80 RE $12.49 M
Joe Mixon 88 HB $10.70 M
Tyler Boyd 85 WR $9.85 M
Upcoming FAs
Player OVR Pos cap Hit
Jessie Bates III 91 FS $2.85 M
David DeCastro 85 RG $7.35 M
Ricardo Allen 79 SS $1.46 M
Larry Ogunjobi 77 DT $6.19 M
Auden Tate 76 WR $750 K

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PML Trade Grades: Falcons ace the exam, Diggs & Ruggs III trading places

A purely chaotic day in the PML world as several trades sent shockwaves through the chat. As the pieces begin to fall heading into this Sundays draft, here are the draft grades brought to you by Arod (Bengals) and Noble (Bears)

Raiders receive: WR Stefon Diggs, CB Levi Wallace, LOLB Malik Jefferson

                How do you replace a 99 speed X-Factor?  Cammy kicks off the start of trading with a monster deal brining in 99 overall X-factor Stefon Diggs to Las Vegas while also solidifying the defense with top tier CB Levi Wallace and a their new starting LOLB Malik Jefferson.  Cammy caught a lot of heat for this deal, but I like it for the Raiders.  Aside from the speed, they upgraded at wide receiver as Diggs boast a 99 rating in catching, catch in traffic, short route, medium route, deep route.  And with a 97 spectacular catch and 97 release, they have a very dangerous weapon to replace the speedy Ruggs III.  Levi Wallace teams up with Trayvon Mullen to form a very dangerous cornerback duo.  It wasn’t a popular move for Cammy, but at the end of the day, you need to do what is best for the Raiders. 

Grade: A-

Bills receive: Henry Ruggs III, Draft Pick 2.8

                KMFO strikes again.  PML was put on notice as the 2x defending champion makes a big splash in his quest for a 3-peat.  Coach KMFO had his sights on the 99 speed X-factor Ruggs III and sent whatever needed to be sent to obtain him.  Levi Wallace was expandable as he was the odd man out of a top tier CB log jam.  I give it until week 2 and we’ll see a 99 overall Ruggs III which is equivalent to a living nightmare with Allen throwing him the ball.  Good luck AFC East. Snagging the 2nd round pick was the icing on the cake.

Grade: A-


Steelers receive: Deshaun Watson

                The Minshew II era comes to a booming end in Pittsburg as they obtain silver star Deshaun Watson from the Texans.  While he has lost his abilities, he is still Deshaun Watson with some of the highest attributes in the league.  This is one of the two big moves Drama has made to improve the Steelers offense.  Watson to JuJu and Jones should create some matchup nightmares for the AFC North corners.  Drama gets his man, but at what cost.  Down comes the steel curtain which was one of the most feared defense in the league.  More to come on Pittsburgh’s big day of trading…

Grade: B

Texans receive: MLB Devin Bush, TE Chase Claypool, C Maurkice Pouncey

                Texans commit to Drew lock in free agency and add a nice stockfile of high end talent.  Devin Bush pairs with Martin and Chubb to become on of the best sets of LBs in PML.  Maurkice Pouncey is a solid add to an already solid offense line.  Can the Texans have the same firepower with Lock at the helm?  That is the big question.

Grade: B+


Football Team receive: FS Jaquan Brisker, 3.20

                Brisker didn’t have the opportunity he needed in New Orleans and doesn’t seem like he’ll get that chance in Washington playing behind Apke.  While he has potential, he doesn’t seem to be given the opportunity anywhere he plays.  I assume he was a throw in to make the draft pick for Sims deal work. 

                Grade: C+           

Saints receive: WR Steven Sims

                Saints add solid slot player with 93 speed to make up for Auden Tate’s 85 speed on the outside.

                 Grade: B+


Steelers receive: WR Julio Jones

                Drama is all in on revamping the offense.  Julio comes in on maybe the last year as an ‘elite’ receiver.  The defense continues to crumble as the attention shifts to the offense.  Julio pairs with JuJu and will be catching balls from Watson.  But how long will they stay on the field with a downgraded defense? Steelers also jeopardize their future giving up the 10th overall pick in the draft. 

Grade: C+

Falcons receive: RE Cameron Heyward, CB Keith Taylor, 1.10

                Hands down to AntDawgz.  Sends his aging WR out of town and get back the 10th overall pick in the draft and a superstar defender in Heyward.  Heyward now gives the Falcons two superstars on the d-line paired with Jonathan Allen. Chandler Jones, Deion Jones, both Xfactors, along with Oluokun and Terrell, two superstars, this is a scary defense.  Watch out those Falcons. 

Grade: A


49ers receive: QB Trey Lance

                49ers fill the QB void they desperately needed to fill.  Davis Mills wasn’t the answer for Nef (22TD/44INT) this past season as the 2nd round pick gets shipped out after his rookie season.  In comes Trey Lance.  With content points put into him, I think this is a great deal for the 49ers in their quest for QB stability. 

Grade: A-

Saints receive: DT Javon Kinlaw, QB Davis Mills, 2.9

                Without any content, I am not sure what the Saints plan on doing at QB in the 4th year in the cycle.  They take on a 74 rated QB which is a head scratcher for me unless they plan on signing a veteran this off season.  The defensive line already had Sheldon Rankins at DT, and XF Cameron Jordan at LE.  The move doesn’t make much sense to me.  Are other deals lined up? We shall see…

Grade: D


Dolphins receive: RG Kevin Zeitler, 2.18

Dolphins avoid a FA bidding war on mediocre talent and grab a solid starter in Zeitler moving down about 30 spots.  Their offense line is complete and RB Breece Hall is a happy man. 

Grade: B+

Lions receive: 1.20

Cookie does his scouting.  He puts himself where he needs to be to snag the player on his radar.  Zeitler became expandable when they signed C Tretter yesterday.

Grade: B


Lions receive: 4.17

                Bold prediction. Cookie spent the season scouting- totally nails the draft.  Lucas was the odd man out of a young CB log jam.  Cookie finds a buyer.

Grade: B

Broncos receive: CB Chase Lucas

                Lots of potential talent.  The undrafted CB has a 74 rating to go along with 91 speed.  Plug some content into him and he could be the opening day starter for Denver. 

Grade: B+


Bengals receive: MLB Jayon Brown & pick 29 in the upcoming draft. 

Trading Joe Burrow for a late first and an MLB X Factor must have underlying factors. Joe Burrow has been a known centerpiece for that offense and helped players such as John Ross and Joe Mixon reach stardom. Nevertheless, Burrow’s lack of throw power might have been the sole reason for this trade and depending on who ARod picks up in free agency or the draft decides the validity of this move.  

Grade: B 

Titans receive: QB Joe Burrow 

The man with a plan Joe Burrow is going south to Nashville to the Tennessee Titans. This trade was to replace the first ballot hall of famer Aaron Rodgers. However, Joe Burrow and Aaron Rodgers are two different types of Quarterbacks. Rodgers at one point was able to rely on the throw power and the ability “gunslinger” to get the ball to point A to point B in an effortless fashion. Meanwhile, Joe Burrow just will not be able to make those same throws. Derrick Henry also regressing and losing his abilities, Joe Burrow will be asked to do a lot and I don’t think he will be able to fill the role of Aaron Rodgers.  

Grade: C 

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Football team receive: FS Jessie Bates 

Getting a young talented safety in this league is rare especially this put together and a young age. Often you see younger safeties held on to for dear life or being drafted. This is a great move for the football team who has made Troy Apke a household name. Imagine what he’ll do with a player he can let roam? I love this trade for the Washington Football Team. Good move.  

Grade: A 
Bengals receive: CB Kendall Fuller, 3rd round pick this year, and 4th round pick this year. 

I think this trade right here is a win-win for both teams first. The Bengals get much needed secondary help. They also get good draft capital to help figure o-line needs, in my opinion a trade does not get fairer then this. Those third and fourth round picks have the capacity to be a day one starter on that team. With the emergence of their young superstar Daxton Hill; Jessie Bates was just taking away reps from the young ball hawk. 

Grade: A 

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Bengals receiveDT Kenny ClarkQB Jordan Love, and a 2nd round pick. 

This trade directly coincides with the trade Coach Arod made earlier this offseason. He got a younger and more gunslinger type of player in Jordan Love to throw it deep to John Ross and Jaylen Waddle. Kenny Clark makes that defensive line the best in the league by far (on paper). With the addition of the 2nd round pick I am sure that player will make an immediate impact on that squad. 

Grade: A 

Packers receive: HB Marlon Mack, MLB Akeem Davis-Gaither, WR Tyler Boyd, 2nd pick overall, and a 2nd round 2nd overall. 

Boy did the Packers get a haul, but is it all smoke and mirrors? Marlon Mack becomes a backup to the premier running back Aaron Jones which you need in PML. Tyler Boyd becomes WR2 behind Davante Adams. Good luck guarding both of those guys at the same time. While also getting Akeem Davis-Gaither who is his going to be playing some downs in that defense. I feel as if the Bengals won this trade here getting players who are going to make plays regardless of scheme while Mack and Boyd are going to have to be schemed into the offense. I do like receiving the draft picks but one of them is going to QB and who knows what direction he will go in. The reason for this grade is because he will be receiving two starters. 

Grade: C- 

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Saints receive: DT Isaiahh Loudermilk 

The saints get a young DT in hopes he develops into a game changer because right now he is about average to good at about everything, but not great at one thing. However, he can eventually take that leap and become the player Coach Detroo think he can be. 

Grade: B- 

Panthers receive: current 2nd round pick (41), curren6th  round pick (180) 

The Panthers let a guy loose who was never going to be a starter due to Derrick Brown reaching stardom. So, they turned him into a 2nd round pick and a 6th round pick which I feel like was fair value for him. They have the potential to make a splash with the 2nd round pick and it will all be worth it.  

Grade: B 

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Saints receive: Current 5th round pick and future 6th round pick. 

Saints receive draft capital to fill out holes and get more backup players to help increase their own team depth. While the future of that future 6th round pick is still unknown, I am sure this coach has a plan. 

Grade: C+ 

 Bears receive: Current 4th round pick. 

Bears need to fill their needs now if they want to compete for the NFC North title this upcoming season. Finding a starter with a 4th round pick is very rare but it has been done before; and I know he is going to try to find the missing piece in the draft. 

Grade: B- 

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49ers receive: RG Zack Martin 

This is a great pick up by the 49ers. They get the best RG in the league while only giving up one starter and the 9th overall pick. The 49ers are trying to have one of the top tier o-line in the league and this is a step in the right direction. 

Grade: B+ 

Cowboys receive LOLB Kyzir White, WR Trevon Grimes, and the 9th pick in the draft. 

I am a little indifferent about this trade for the Cowboys. They get a LB that can play coverage next to Jaylon Smith and LVE but then they get a receiver that is a guy for more depth which is always needed but I feel like he got greedy with the trade for the receiver. The number nine pick in the draft is a nice grab and will get you a day one starter but other than that this trade makes me feel like meh. 

Grade: C 

Quartebacks
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
THP
SAC
MAC
DAC
TUP
TOR
PAC
BKS
Joe Burrow 24 6'4" QB 77 83 86 82 86 89 86 82 84 87 86 85
Brandon Allen 28 6'2" QB 54 76 80 79 82 78 69 70 73 74 76 60
Backs
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
JKM
SPM
SFA
TRK
BCV
CTH
SRR
RBK
IBK
LBK
Joe Mixon 25 6'1" HB 88 91 93 92 83 86 90 82 88 88 85 70 65 58 43 46
Samaje Perine 25 5'11" HB 70 87 89 81 86 64 77 67 83 89 77 67 57 54 52 54
Chris Evans 23 5'11" HB 67 88 92 88 67 62 79 76 66 59 75 67 60 31 31 27
Trayveon Williams 23 5'8" HB 66 89 90 83 64 69 77 76 68 58 77 69 64 29 45 29
Receivers
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
JMP
JKM
SPM
SFA
TRK
BCV
CTH
CIT
SPC
SRR
MRR
DRR
RLS
RBK
IBK
LBK
Tyler Boyd 26 6'2" WR 85 89 92 87 63 90 88 80 74 40 38 85 94 87 91 88 88 83 81 55 49 29
Tee Higgins 22 6'4" WR 78 87 86 84 70 84 91 79 74 73 62 81 87 86 92 79 78 77 78 48 44 30
Auden Tate 24 6'5" WR 76 85 87 78 71 75 95 73 65 75 65 74 82 85 93 74 72 69 81 56 45 23
Ja'Marr Chase 21 6'0" WR 75 92 89 86 73 75 95 78 79 63 69 81 81 81 85 76 78 79 73 49 46 27
Trent Taylor 27 5'8" WR 71 87 89 92 62 69 80 85 77 59 55 83 85 81 81 76 74 70 65 50 53 31
Stanley Morgan Jr 24 6'0" WR 67 88 90 90 63 59 91 79 73 69 55 76 79 81 79 71 70 73 65 51 49 27
Trenton Irwin 25 6'2" WR 62 87 89 83 66 53 82 72 71 42 44 78 82 80 76 68 67 68 65 49 44 24
Pooka Williams Jr 22 5'9" WR 59 91 92 85 51 55 77 84 79 62 65 77 74 71 72 65 63 64 59 36 29 28
C.J. Uzomah 28 6'6" TE 72 83 88 77 73 77 81 70 65 66 69 62 80 81 77 67 64 59 68 63 71 56
Drew Sample 25 6'4" TE 70 82 87 80 71 73 81 57 53 61 63 69 78 78 79 66 62 56 69 65 71 59
Thaddeus Moss 23 6'2" TE 62 81 85 74 75 59 77 63 54 68 65 68 80 76 77 59 53 49 62 61 65 59
Mason Schreck 27 6'5" TE 60 80 89 76 70 54 83 64 52 68 77 72 78 75 77 54 50 45 61 65 66 51
Mitchell Wilcox 24 6'4" TE 56 76 83 72 72 53 76 62 57 54 54 68 73 71 77 56 52 54 60 61 68 60
Offensive Line
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
PBK
RBK
IBK
LBK
Jonah Williams 23 6'4" LT 75 80 71 85 88 78 75 81 82
Hakeem Adeniji 23 6'4" LT 62 80 43 84 72 67 67 82 76
Isaiah Prince 24 6'7" LT 60 81 57 85 62 64 66 83 81
Quinton Spain 30 6'4" LG 73 78 54 86 81 75 76 84 83
D'Ante Smith 23 6'5" LG 61 77 55 84 58 67 65 86 83
Keaton Sutherland 24 6'5" LG 58 80 56 86 52 62 64 79 81
Trey Hopkins 29 6'3" C 72 76 54 86 85 76 72 77 78
Trey Hill 21 6'4" C 60 75 44 84 66 60 71 85 73
David DeCastro 31 6'5" RG 85 78 70 94 83 87 85 87 86
Xavier Su'a-Filo 30 6'4" RG 69 80 67 85 80 69 73 81 68
Jackson Carman 21 6'5" RG 67 71 52 89 71 64 72 83 80
Riley Reiff 32 6'6" RT 73 78 62 85 87 73 77 83 84
Fred Johnson 24 6'7" RT 57 75 55 84 60 63 63 78 73
Defensive Line
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
BSH
FMV
PMV
TCK
PWR
PUR
PRC
Sam Hubbard 26 6'5" LE 75 78 83 84 74 82 76 76 67 80 75 85 79
Khalid Kareem 23 6'4" LE 67 79 85 73 84 65 71 57 69 74 80 78 62
Cameron Sample 21 6'3" LE 65 78 85 71 78 58 70 60 66 81 80 80 62
D.J. Reader 27 6'3" DT 82 64 76 60 88 89 87 63 78 82 79 86 92
Larry Ogunjobi 27 6'3" DT 77 75 82 78 88 85 76 64 76 79 79 82 82
B.J. Hill 25 6'3" DT 75 73 82 70 87 76 77 65 75 80 81 83 78
Tyler Shelvin 23 6'2" DT 68 59 74 57 93 62 73 51 60 76 79 79 66
Trey Hendrickson 26 6'4" RE 80 84 89 81 79 81 67 83 71 82 83 83 79
Joseph Ossai 21 6'4" RE 67 85 90 80 80 67 66 63 68 73 84 75 59
Wyatt Hubert 23 6'3" RE 63 75 83 69 73 69 66 55 65 75 81 76 72
Darius Hodge 23 6'1" RE 63 81 84 69 80 51 67 71 60 77 74 81 50
Linebackers
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
JMP
AWR
BSH
FMV
PMV
TCK
PWR
PUR
PRC
ZCV
MCV
Jordan Evans 26 6'3" LOLB 66 87 89 84 75 91 72 60 52 59 78 74 79 73 53 47
Germaine Pratt 25 6'2" MLB 72 87 89 79 76 79 72 65 58 64 86 81 84 68 67 60
Markus Bailey 24 6'0" MLB 64 82 87 80 74 77 63 68 49 58 79 83 79 60 63 58
Joe Bachie Jr 23 6'1" MLB 64 83 89 80 76 81 58 66 48 55 81 81 77 62 58 46
Logan Wilson 25 6'2" ROLB 75 85 89 83 74 78 78 70 52 57 84 83 83 75 70 61
Akeem Davis-Gaither 23 6'2" ROLB 71 88 91 86 70 86 76 66 58 52 77 82 81 73 66 62
Keandre Jones 23 6'3" ROLB 63 85 88 80 64 81 52 60 69 59 74 72 78 55 56 44
Defensive Backs
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
JMP
AWR
ZCV
MCV
BSH
TCK
PWR
PUR
PRC
Mike Hilton 27 5'9" CB 83 87 89 89 65 81 90 87 87 64 59 36 83 92
Chidobe Awuzie 26 6'0" CB 78 93 94 89 69 91 74 75 77 54 68 79 81 72
Trae Waynes 29 6'0" CB 78 92 91 86 67 88 79 76 78 61 51 40 85 80
Darius Phillips 25 5'10" CB 75 92 90 88 47 79 77 73 76 43 48 44 70 75
Eli Apple 26 6'1" CB 75 91 91 87 61 85 75 74 77 49 57 47 77 73
Tony Brown 26 6'0" CB 69 94 92 90 58 77 61 72 70 47 49 51 68 64
Donnie Lewis Jr 25 6'0" CB 62 87 89 88 54 87 60 63 65 42 45 60 62 57
Jessie Bates III 24 6'1" FS 91 89 90 89 58 85 94 93 81 43 71 78 84 92
Brandon Wilson 27 5'10" FS 62 92 91 81 70 93 58 66 62 45 56 59 66 60
Ricardo Allen 29 5'9" SS 79 87 88 88 55 85 81 80 77 60 66 83 82 85
Vonn Bell 26 5'11" SS 79 88 90 84 74 82 77 77 73 54 77 85 77 82
Trayvon Henderson 26 6'0" SS 63 86 89 85 56 92 59 69 63 56 66 80 67 56
Kicking
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
KPW
KAC
Evan McPherson 22 5'11" K 71 76 80 65 37 56 94 74
Kevin Huber 36 6'1" P 70 67 77 62 55 60 90 71

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Playoffs

Preseason

 
 
 
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14
 
 
 
 
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Regular Season and Playoffs

Team Stats
Offense
Stat
Defense
() Total Yards ()
() Pass Yards ()
() Rush Yards ()
Passing
Player
Comp/Att
%
Yards
TDs
INTs
Long
Rating
J.Burrow 19/36 52.8 279 2 3 73 62.4
Totals
19/36
52.8
279
2
3
73
62.4
Receiving
Player
Recs
Yards
Long
YAC
Drops
TDs
T.Boyd 1 73 73 31 1 1
J.Mixon 5 63 23 19 0 0
C.Uzomah 3 62 25 11 2 1
J.Chase 8 61 10 19 0 0
S.Perine 1 12 12 13 0 0
Totals
19
278
73
93
3
2
Rushing
Player
Attempts
Yards
Long
Broken Tackles
TDs
Fumbles
J.Mixon 16 64 12 3 0 0
J.Burrow 4 19 12 0 0 1
T.Higgins 0 0 0 0 0 1
J.Chase 0 0 0 1 0 1
Totals
20
83
12
4
0
3
Defense
Player
Tackles
Sacks
INTs
FFs
FRs
TDs
J.Bates III 5 0 0 0 0 0
V.Bell 4 0 0 0 0 0
G.Pratt 3 1 0 0 0 0
M.Hilton 3 1 0 0 0 0
S.Hubbard 2 1.5 0 0 1 1
Totals
25
7
1
2
1
1
Kicking
Player
FGs
Long
XPs
KOs
TBs
E.McPherson 0/0 0 1/1 4 3
Totals
0/0
0
1/1
4
3
Punting
Player
Punts
Yards
Long
In 20
TBs
Avg
Net Avg
K.Huber 2 86 43 0 0 43 38.5
Totals
2
86
43
0
0
43
38.5

Preseason

Team Stats
Offense Stat Defense
() Total Yards ()
() Pass Yards ()
() Rush Yards ()
Passing
Player Comp/Att % Yards TDs INTs Long Rating
Totals 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Receiving
Player Recs Yards Long YAC Drops TDs
Totals 0 0 0 0 0 0
Rushing
Player Attempts Yards Long Broken Tackles TDs Fumbles
Totals 0 0 0 0 0 0
Defense
Player Tackles Sacks INTs FFs FRs TDs
Totals 0 0 0 0 0 0
Kicking
Player FGs Long XPs KOs TBs
Totals 0/0 0 0/0 0 0
Punting
Player Punts Yards Long In 20 TBs Avg Net Avg
Totals 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Draft Picks

Team Year Round Pick Overall

Players

Player Pos Value OVR Age Dev Cap Hit Net Savings Penalty Salary Bonus Length Years Left

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