Andre Simone and Henry Chisholm grade the NFC North draft classes, evaluate the tackle class and draft their all-rookie teams, using only two players per round and eight UDFAs.


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Henry was born in Columbia Falls, Montana and graduated from Columbia Falls High School in 2015. He earned bachelor's degrees in journalism and economics from the University of Montana in 2019. Henry joined BSN Denver as a remote staff writer in 2017, providing support to BSN's Broncos beat reporters. He interned at BSN headquarters in the summer of 2018 and accepted a full-time position after graduating from UM.

  • Gents,

    Kudos on the all-rookie draft. Well played on both sides. Epic work by both of you. Simone wins just barely – by an unmanscaped hair, as I’ve noted on twitter, however this new challenge will give big Hank a chance to even the score. But this is tougher game and not for the faint of heart – which neither of you Draft Titans are of course.

    The Challenge : Draft your all century team 2000-2020.

    Each player receives 20 selections. 1 each in the first round of every season’s draft. And then 5 UDFA selections. Why 25? You must select your K and P as Returner as well.

    Use the reversal snake formula.
    (Dm me if this doesn’t make sense)

    Stop after the 20 selections and just go back and forth for the UDFAs (thus mimicking free agency more accurately)

    Begin with a coin flip.

    No points for second place, boys


    The Count

  • Boys,
    I really liked the all rookie teams you guys came up with. It’s going to be an interesting season coming up that is for sure. My question for this week is….. can you guys give me a couple of rookie RB’s that would be potential sleepers for a fantasy football team in this upcoming season? As always keep up the great work. Go Broncos and Go DNVR!

    (You guys don’t have to read this out loud unless you want.)
    P.S my username is pronounced Hiphip(You-ray) not (Ooo-ray). I got the idea from my hometown in the southwest part of the state in the heart of the San Juan mountains. The name of the town was named after the great Ute chief called chief Ouray. Don’t worry hank I correct people all the time on the pronunciation.

  • Hey guys! Looking back on the players you were high on from the 2019 nfl draft, which player(s) are making you look real smart, which ones disappointed, and which ones do you expect to make a big leap in year 2?

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