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Enemy Reaction Special Edition: 2017 NFL Draft

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2017 NFL Draft Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images

During the 2017 NFL Draft, I asked the Field Gulls comments section if they wanted an Enemy Reaction recapping the entire first round. Judging by the number of recs it received, I’ve been given the green light.

Taking into account number of screenshots compiled, this is the biggest Enemy Reaction in Field Gulls history. The good news is there’s no GIFs to accompany this, so those of you who risk your browser crashing can breathe a sigh of relief. I’ve included not just the draft choices themselves, but also side-by-side reactions for all of the trades, including the two the Seahawks made to drop out of the first round altogether. As a bonus, I’ve slotted in reaction from our NFC West rivals when Seattle drafted Malik McDowell in the second round. The real stars of the show for me are Chicago and Cincinnati, but maybe you have another team in mind.

#1 - Myles Garrett (Cleveland Browns, Dawgs By Nature)

#2 - Mitchell Trubisky (Chicago Bears, Windy City Gridiron)

(Side-by-side reaction from Windy City Gridiron and Niners Nation to Chicago giving up 2017 and 2018 third-rounders, as well as a 2017 fourth-rounder to move up one spot. There’s also side-by-side for the actual Trubisky pick)

#3 - Solomon Thomas (San Francisco 49ers, Niners Nation)

#4 - Leonard Fournette (Jacksonville Jaguars, Big Cat Country)

#5 - Corey Davis (Tennessee Titans, Music City Miracles)

#6 - Jamal Adams (New York Jets, Gang Green Nation)

#7 - Mike Williams (Los Angeles Chargers, Bolts From The Blue)

#8 - Christian McCaffrey (Carolina Panthers, Cat Scratch Reader)

#9 - John Ross (Cincinnati Bengals, Cincy Jungle)

#10 - Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City Chiefs, Arrowhead Pride)

(Arrowhead Pride and Buffalo Rumblings react to Kansas City trading up seventeen spots to draft Mahomes, relinquishing their 2018 first-rounder in the process.)

#11 - Marshon Lattimore (New Orleans Saints, Canal Street Chronicles)

#12 - Deshaun Watson (Houston Texans, Battle Red Blog)

(Battle Red Blog and Dawgs By Nature react to Houston trading up thirteen spots to select Watson, giving up their 2018 first-rounder after already previously giving Cleveland their 2018 second-rounder in the Brock Osweiler trade.)

#13 - Haason Reddick (Arizona Cardinals, Revenge of the Birds)

#14 - Derek Barnett (Philadelphia Eagles, Bleeding Green Nation)

#15 - Malik Hooker (Indianapolis Colts, Stampede Blue)

#16 - Marlon Humphrey (Baltimore Ravens, Baltimore Beatdown)

#17 - Jonathan Allen (Washington Redskins, Hogs Haven)

#18 - Adoree’ Jackson (Tennessee Titans)

#19 - O.J. Howard (Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Bucs Nation)

#20 - Garrett Bolles (Denver Broncos, Mile High Report)

#21 - Jarrad Davis (Detroit Lions, Pride of Detroit)

#22 - Charles Harris (Miami Dolphins, The Phinsider)

#23 - Evan Engram (New York Giants, Big Blue View)

#24 - Gareon Conley (Oakland Raiders, Silver and Black Pride)

#25 - Jabrill Peppers (Cleveland Browns)

#26 - Takkarist McKinley (Atlanta Falcons, The Falcoholic)

(The Falcoholic and Field Gulls react to Atlanta giving up a third- and seventh-round pick to Seattle to move up five spots and take McKinley.)

#27 - Tre’Davious White (Buffalo Bills, Buffalo Rumblings)

#28 - Taco Charlton (Dallas Cowboys, Blogging the Boys)

#29 - David Njoku (Cleveland Browns)

(Dawgs by Nature and Acme Packing Company react to Cleveland trading back into the first round by giving up their second-rounder and a fourth-rounder to Green Bay.)

#30 - T.J. Watt (Pittsburgh Steelers, Behind the Steel Curtain)

#31 - Reuben Foster (San Francisco 49ers)

(Niners Nation and Field Gulls react to the 49ers trading back into the first round by giving up its second-rounder and a fourth-rounder to Seattle.)

#32 - Ryan Ramczyk (New Orleans Saints)

Field Gulls reacts to Seattle drafting Malik McDowell

NFC West rivals react (...I mean, mostly the 49ers, really)

Aaaaaaand exhale. That was a lot of work and I hope you enjoyed it all. Thanks for reading and check back later in the month for the never-before done Enemy Reaction flashback to Fail Mary.