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PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 1:57 pm    Post subject: Raidr4life's Post combine Mock offseason. Reply with quote

**Coaching Staff**
HC: Jack Del Rio

OC: Bill Musgrave

DC: Ken Nortan Jr.

Philosophy of the Mock: Build a strong front seven. I made a few cuts that may come to a surprise, with a new coaching staff and plenty of cap room why hang on to some older guy's when this staff has an opportunity to bring in younger better player's that fit there scheme. On offense though it may not look exciting I added a weapon at WR and a sleeper at TE and of coarse focus on the OL. Special teams I added help in the return game.



**Free Agency**
Larry Asante/ re-sign
David Ausberry/ walk
Tarrell Brown/ walk
Vincent Brown/ walk
Darren McFadden/ re-sign
Denarius Moore/ walk
Carlos Rogers/ walk
Pat Sims/ re-sign
CJ Wilson/ walk
Stefan Wisniewski/ walk
Charles Woodson/ re-sign
Matt McCants/ re-sign
Niko Thorpe/ re-sign
Brian Leonhardt/ walk
Lamar Woodley/ waive
Antonio Smith/ waive
Justin Tuck/ waive
Miles Burris/ waive
Tyvon Branch/ waive

Restricted:
Chimdi Chekwa/ tender
Andre Holmes / tender
Marquette King/ tender
Brandian Ross/ tender
Kory Sheets/ walk
Rod Streater/ tender
Jamize Olawale tender

Free Agents:

Randall Cobb, WR Packers (25)

He exploded this past season, catching 91 balls for 1,287 yards and 12 touchdowns. He's just 25, so there's still plenty of room for growth. Whether he is a #1 or not doesn't matter he makes plays. Can play the slot with Streater and Holmes outside in 3WR sets.

Virgil Green, TE Broncos (27)

A very good blocker who could surprise in the passing game.

Orlando Franklin, OG Broncos (27)

JDR again raids his former team to help out our running game.

Jabaal Sheard, DE Browns (25)


Adrian Clayborn, DE Bucs (26)

Should come at a decent price with his injury history, could be a real sleeper.

Jamari Lattimore, MLB Packers (26)

Another cheap under the radar signing. Will compete for a chance to start.

NFL Draft:
!.1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Jameis Winston, QB FSU
1.2 **trade** Philadelphia Eagles - Marcus Mariota, QB Oregon (TEN gets 2015 1st, 2nd, and Nick Foles, 2016 1st, and 3rd)
1.3 Jacksonville Jaguars - Vic Beasley, OLB/DE Clemson
1.4 Oakland Raiders - Leonard Williams, DT USC


1.4 Oakland Raiders - Leonard Williams, DT USC

Raiders strike gold as Big Cat somehow is on the board at #4

2.35 Oakland Raiders - Eric Kendricks, ILB UCLA

The senior is a sideline-to-sideline run-defender who covers a ton of ground. He also is an asset in pass coverage as he guards some receivers well in man coverage and does very well in zone. In the NFL, Kendricks should be a three-down starter.

3.68 Oakland Raiders - Hroniss Grasu, OC Oregon

Someone will overpay Wiz on the FA market so we take his replacement here.

4.99 Oakland Raiders - Cedric Ogbuehi, OT Texas A&M

Once considered a 1st round pick is coming off a torn ACL injury that will not be healed before the draft, possible LT of the future and the Raiders can redshirt him this year.

5.132 Oakland Raiders - Ty Montgomery, WR Stanford

Montgomery is an exciting return man with home run potential with the ball in his hands. Will help our special teams.

6.163 Oakland Raiders - Jake Ryan, OLB Michigan

Kid is dropping like a rock, but I still like him, and he could be better than Burris and a good special teamer.

7.196 Oakland Raiders - Nick Marshall, CB/QB Auburn

Raiders spoke with him about playing CB and being an emergency QB, I can see him as a PS candidate.

Depth chart

RED=DRAFT
BLUE=FREE AGENCY

Offense
QB: Derek Carr // Matt McGloin
FB: Marcel Reece // Jamize Olawale
RB: Latavius Murray // Darren McFadden // Terrance Cobb
WR1: Rod Streater // Andre Holmes // Kenbrell Thompkins
WR2: Randall Cobb // James Jones // Brice Butler
TE: Virgil Green // Mychal Rivera // Nick Kasa
LT: Donald Penn // Menelik Watson
LG: Orlando Franklin // Khalif Barnes
C: Hroniss Grasu // Kevin Boothe
RG: Gabe Jackson // Tony Bergstrom
RT: Austin Howard // Matt McCants

Defense
5T: Adrian Clayborn // Denico Autry
1T: Justin Ellis // Pat Sims
3T: Leonard Williams // Stacy McGee
LEO: Jabaal Sheard // Benson Mayowa
SLB: Khalil Mack // Jake Ryan
MLB: Eric Kendricks // Jamari Lattimore
WLB: Sio Moore // Ray-Ray Armstrong
CB: DJ Hayden // Chimdi Chekwa // Neiko Thorpe
FS: Charles Woodson // Jonathan Dowling
SS: Brandian Ross // Larry Asante
CB: T.J. Carrie // Keith McGill // Taiwan Jones


K: Janikowski
P: King
LS: Condo
Gunner: Jones

Practice squad:
TBD
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 2:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

100% no doubt the best 2 rounds we could ask for. You build a team from defense out and you byild a defense from the middle out. That would be the best 2 rounds on draft day (who knows how they pan out) since maybe ever. They both are in Cali. I just wish Williams would say he WONT play for any of the first three instead of just asking the Raiders to pick him if hes there. The problem is. I do not believe either of them are there when we pick.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 2:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like it a lot. It's very realistic as opposed to a lot of the dream/Madden offseason threads people are creating.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 3:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

559Raider wrote:
I like it a lot. It's very realistic as opposed to a lot of the dream/Madden offseason threads people are creating.


Well we have to the spend the money either way. I'd rather spend big on Rodney Hudson and Mike Iupati instead of Orlando Franklin as an example.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 3:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Getting Cobb + Williams would be a huge win. I'd slot Cobb #1 over Streater though. minor detail
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 4:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pipe dream draft with Williams falling. You won't let that go it seems. I hope you're right, but you're too emotionally involved in that happening it seems to see the logic.

The Broncos won't let Virgil Green go IMO, though he'd be a nice fit.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 4:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Salary projection:

Randall Cobb 4 yrs 32M
Orlando Franklin 4 yrs 34M
Virgil Green 3 yrs 9M
Brandon Graham 4 yrs 36M
Adrian Clayborn 2 yrs 12M
Jamari Lattimore 2 yrs 3M
Darren McFadden 2 yrs 5M
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raidr4life wrote:
Salary projection:

Randall Cobb 4 yrs 32M
Orlando Franklin 4 yrs 34M
Virgil Green 3 yrs 9M
Brandon Graham 4 yrs 36M
Adrian Clayborn 2 yrs 12M
Jamari Lattimore 2 yrs 3M
Darren McFadden 2 yrs 5M


First let me say that i love your FA signings. Cobb, Graham, Franklin and Green are the guys i want the most.
But, imo, those numbers are too much (except for Cobb, he's gonna get more than 8/Y).
I'm having Franklin and Graham in the 6M/Y range and Green at 2M/Y max (i like his potential but we're talking about a blocking TE here). I guess Graham could go a bit higher but not at 9/Y. Just my 2 cents on this.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 7:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cobb is a pipe dream, no way the Packers let him walk.
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Cobb is a pipe dream, no way the Packers let him walk.


Seems like they're content going next man up rather than paying their WRs. They didn't have a problem letting Jennings or Jones go and Adams looked good toward the end of the season.
I wouldn't be surprised if they let him go.
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oakdb36 wrote:
dirtydom wrote:
Cobb is a pipe dream, no way the Packers let him walk.


Seems like they're content going next man up rather than paying their WRs. They didn't have a problem letting Jennings or Jones go and Adams looked good toward the end of the season.
I wouldn't be surprised if they let him go.


Jennings and Jones were old and they had a couple young WR's behind them in Nelson and Cobb. Cobb's 24 years old, there's absolutely no way they let him go for 8 million dollars a season, that's freaking hilarious. Only way he goes to another team is if that team outrageously over pays, something like 5 years 60 million.
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dirtydom wrote:
oakdb36 wrote:
dirtydom wrote:
Cobb is a pipe dream, no way the Packers let him walk.


Seems like they're content going next man up rather than paying their WRs. They didn't have a problem letting Jennings or Jones go and Adams looked good toward the end of the season.
I wouldn't be surprised if they let him go.


Jennings and Jones were old and they had a couple young WR's behind them in Nelson and Cobb. Cobb's 24 years old, there's absolutely no way they let him go for 8 million dollars a season, that's freaking hilarious. Only way he goes to another team is if that team outrageously over pays, something like 5 years 60 million.


Yeah, not for 8M. He's gonna get more than that though.
Harvin got over 10M/Y, he has every right to ask for that.
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dirtydom wrote:
Cobb is a pipe dream, no way the Packers let him walk.
I don't know how it's a pipe dream when GB has indicated they will not franchise him.
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oakdb36 wrote:
dirtydom wrote:
oakdb36 wrote:
dirtydom wrote:
Cobb is a pipe dream, no way the Packers let him walk.


Seems like they're content going next man up rather than paying their WRs. They didn't have a problem letting Jennings or Jones go and Adams looked good toward the end of the season.
I wouldn't be surprised if they let him go.


Jennings and Jones were old and they had a couple young WR's behind them in Nelson and Cobb. Cobb's 24 years old, there's absolutely no way they let him go for 8 million dollars a season, that's freaking hilarious. Only way he goes to another team is if that team outrageously over pays, something like 5 years 60 million.


Yeah, not for 8M. He's gonna get more than that though.
Harvin got over 10M/Y, he has every right to ask for that.


I was gonna say the 8 mill part was the pipe dream. GB would take that all day. He'll look for 9 or 10 imo.
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oakdb36 wrote:
raidr4life wrote:
Salary projection:

Randall Cobb 4 yrs 32M
Orlando Franklin 4 yrs 34M
Virgil Green 3 yrs 9M
Brandon Graham 4 yrs 36M
Adrian Clayborn 2 yrs 12M
Jamari Lattimore 2 yrs 3M
Darren McFadden 2 yrs 5M


First let me say that i love your FA signings. Cobb, Graham, Franklin and Green are the guys i want the most.
But, imo, those numbers are too much (except for Cobb, he's gonna get more than 8/Y).
I'm having Franklin and Graham in the 6M/Y range and Green at 2M/Y max (i like his potential but we're talking about a blocking TE here). I guess Graham could go a bit higher but not at 9/Y. Just my 2 cents on this.
Yeah as long as we could get most of these guy's I'd be happy.
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