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davidderion


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 10:31 pm    Post subject: Official Bills Mock Draft Thread Reply with quote

Draft season is among us! Figured I would post this for everyone to come and post their mock drafts and discuss with each other. Make updates to your mock as time passes by with the combine, free agents, pro days, etc... Post your mock about the Bills picks and not the whole NFL in general. Have at it!
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davidderion


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 10:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

2nd Round:

A.J. Cann - OG South Carolina - He needs some coaching in his pass protection but is a great power blocker who fit our new ground and pound scheme under Rex. Has the potential to be an instant starter.

3rd Round:

Hau'oli Kikaha - DE/OLB Washington - This man can be a beast. Has a knack for getting after the quarterback, but could use some improvement in the run game. Great fit for our new "hybrid" defensive scheme. Good pickup if Hughes walks.

5th Round:

Rob Havenstein - OT Wisonsin - For how big he is, has good feet and great ability to clear up run lanes.

5th Round:

E.J. Bibbs - TE Iowa St. - Not very good in the blocking game but great potential as a pass catcher. Runs good routes and puts himself in a good place to make the catch.

6th Round:

Shane Carden - QB ECU - Great size, very smart. Power from lower body comes into question but with David Lee as QB coach, he'd be a good project guy to bring in and work with in a weak QB class.

7th Round:

Zach Zenner - RB/FB Suth Dakota St - For how big he is, he is pretty fast. Small school guy with great upside.
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BillsGuy82


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2015 8:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

No disrespect but that could possibly be the worst Bills mock I've seen to date. A couple reaches (Kikaha, Havenstein) and I don't think OT is a need.

My mock to come
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marshawn lynch


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2015 3:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Resign

Jerry Hughes, DE
Chris Hogan, WR
Brandon Spikes, MLB
Da'Norris Searcy, SS
Jarius Wynn, DE

Sign

Doug Free, RT



Henderson played well for a 7th round rookie but I still think he has a lot of developing to do. Free will step in for a couple years and will give us an above average RT. He was released to make some cap room and he is coming from the best offensive line in football.

Mike Iupati, LG



We brought in Incognito to help the worst position on this team. Now we will bring in Iupati to finally fill the hole that Levitre left. This takes our line to the next level and he knows Roman's power block scheme. A weakness instantly becomes a strength with these lineman additions of Incognito, Free, and most importantly Iupati.

Charles Clay, TE



Whats better than obtaining a talented player? Taking one from a rival. Clay i think will fly under the radar with other TEs available this year so I think we sneak in and snag him up. He is the perfect compliment to Chandler. Clay will stretch the field and can work the middle and then we can bring in Chandler when we get to the goal line and other short yardage situations.

Draft

2nd Round- Garrett Grayson, QB, Colorado State



Well Rex Ryan said at the combine that QB is a priority. We are not in position to get Mariota/Winston. No good names on the market available. And I dont think we will be willing to trade another pick for a player ike Bradford. Grayson will come in and compete with Manuel for the job.

3rd Round- Tevin Coleman, RB, Indiana



Well if you can't out pass them on offense better out run them. Adding a legit RB will help Grayson/Manuel. We couldnt run the ball all year. Mostly because of our OLine. But a revamped Oline and a player as talented as Coleman and we should have a top running game again and hopefully open things up in the passing game.

5th Round- Kaleb Eullis, DT, Mississppi State



Well with Kyle Williams aging it may be time to get some younger bodies on the Defensive line. Rex loves adding front 7 bodies in the draft and this is one of those picks. Our run defense struggled when Marcel got hurt so we will bring in an insurance policy by adding a big body late in the draft.

5th Round- James Vaughters, LB, Stanford



A player that Rex will love. Can play DE or OLB. He is perfect for Rex Ryans system and can be a very versatile depth player. Can't add enough front 7 players.

7th Round- Tim Scott, S, North Carolina



Towards the end of the year we had a little Safety injury problem that forced a guy like Rambo to have to play against an elite team like the Packers. Luckily it worked out well for us. So now we will add Scott as insurance.

QB- EJ Manuel/Garrett Gayson
RB- Tevin Coleman/Fred Jackson
WR- Robert Woods
Slot- Chris Hogan
RT- Doug Free/Seantrel Henderson
RG- Richie Incognito
C- Eric Wood
LG- Mike Iupati
LT-Cordy Glenn
TE- Charles Clay/Scott Chandler
WR- Sammy Watkins

DE- Mario Williams
DT- Marcel Dareus
DT- Kyle Williams
DE- Jerry Hughes
WOLB- Kiko Alonso
MLB- Preston Brown/Brandon Spikes
SOLB- Nigel Bradham
CB- Stephon Gilmore
SS- Da'Norris Searcy
FS- Aaron Williams
CB- Leodis McKelvin/Corey Graham

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 22, 2015 10:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Re Sign

Jerry Hughes 5 yrs
Brandon Spikes 3 yrs
Chris Hogan
Jairus Wynn
Marcus Easley

Sign

Mike Iupati 5 yrs
Vernon Davis 3 yrs
Mark Sanchez 2 yrs

Released / Not resigned / Off books

Kraig Urbik
Erik Pears
Lee Smith
CJ Spiller
Chris Williams
Da'Norris Searcy
Mike Williams
Jeff Tuel
Kyle Orton
Keith Rivers





Draft

Round 2 - QB Brett Hundley
Round 3 - TE Clive Walford
Round 4 - WR Justin Hardy

Depth

QB Manuel / Sanchez/ Hundley
RB Jackson / Brown / Dixon
WR Watkins / Woods / Hogan / Hardy / Goodwin / Easley
TE Davis / Chandler / Walford
LT Glenn / Hairston
LG Iupati / Richardson
C Wood
RG Incognito / Richardson
RT Henderson / Koundijo

DE Hughes / Wynn
DT Williams / Bryant
DT Dareus / Charles
DE Williams / Lawson
SLB Bradham
MLB Brown
WLB Alonso / Johnson
CB Gilmore / Brooks / Robey
SS D. Williams
FS A.Williams / Rambo
CB McKelvin / Graham
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BigBillsFan13


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2015 2:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Resign:
DE J. Hughes
LB B. Spikes
S D. Searcy

FA Signings:
LG Mike Iupati - Makes a ton of sense for both parties
RT Michael Oher - Why not give him a shot? He has talent, hopefully it shows up.
TE Charles Clay - Seems we are interested, and he'd be a big upgrade
QB Ryan Mallett - Young with a strong arm. Needs to improve some, but still would be an upgrade.

With our resignings and FA signings, we've taken care of our biggest offensive needs, and kept our highly ranked defense intact.


Draft:


Round 2

WR Jaelen Strong - Arizona State
WR is definitely not our biggest need, but our LG and TE situation were taken care of in FA. Strong is a big kid (6'3" 220) with very good hands and above average speed. This lets us move Woods to the slot, where he should have a ton of success.


Round 3

QB Bryce Petty - Baylor
Future for our QB position. Petty has good size, a very good arm, and can make all the throws.


Round 5a

RB David Johnson - Northern Iowa
Power runner who has a good burst to hit the hole and is tough to bring down. Picks up a lot of yards after contact.


Round 5b

OLB Tony Washington - Oregon
Can play both DE and OLB. Strong, tough, quick. Makes plays.


Round 7

S Corey Cooper - Nebraska
(Couldn't find a gif that would play on my work computer)
Mainly depth, but is the type of hard nosed player Rex will love. Plus, any guy that vomits on the field and continues to play is OK in my book lol.
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