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PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2013 2:08 am    Post subject: *** 2013 NFL Mock Draft - 2 Rounds - Updated 2/18 *** Reply with quote

Round 1:

1. Kansas City Chiefs - Geno Smith, QB

I still think at the end of the day the Chiefs will take a QB with the #1 overall pick. Geno Smith is and probably will be the top QB.

2. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jarvis Jones, DE/OLB

The Jaguars must upgrade the pass rush. They could take Star to eat up blockers in the middle but instead I think they will take one of the pure pass rushers. As long as Jones' spinal stenosis doesn't worry the Jags he should be the pick here.

3. Oakland Raiders - Star Lotulelei, DT/NT

If Star is available I think he's the pick. He fills one of their biggest needs and he seems like a Raiders type player to me.

4. Philadelphia Eagles - Luke Joeckel, OT

I think the Eagles will strongly consider Joeckel if he is there. They need offensive line help and he may be the BPA. If Jason Peters returns and is fine he can move back to RT where he started his career.

5. Detroit Lions - Bjoern Werner, DE

The Lions usually take the BPA which could be Werner in this scenario. They also need to replace KVB who they just cut.

6. Cleveland Browns - Damontre Moore, DE/OLB

If the Browns are going to move to a 3/4 they need the personnel to make the switch. That might require taking a rush linebacker in the draft.

7. Arizona Cardinals - Matt Barkley, QB

I'm back to giving the Cardinals a QB. Cards fans will probably not like it, but I think its a strong possibility. Arians may want to bring in his own guy. Barkley was once project as the #1 overall pick, so maybe Bruce can bring that potential back out of him.

8. Buffalo Bills - Mike Glennon, QB

The Bills need a new QB. They have been reported to like Glennon, so I would't be surprised if he was the pick.

9. New York Jets - Barkevious Mingo, DE/OLB

The Jets could look for a pass rusher with this pick. I've come off my belief that the Jets will take a QB.

10. Tennessee Titans - Sharrif Floyd, DT

Floyd has done a lot for himself in the pre-draft process and has moved up a lot. He is now a potential top 10 pick. The Titans need a DT next to Casey so they could consider him.

11. San Diego Chargers - Eric Fisher, OT

The Chargers will most likely be considering an o-lineman early in this draft. They need a lot of help there. I think Eric Fisher could go a lot higher than this but in this version of my mock he falls to here.

12. Miami Dolphins - Dee Milliner, CB

The Dolphins will most likely consider Milliner if he is still on the board. Every year the player I want the Bucs to pick goes 1 or 2 spots before us so this makes perfect sense that it would happen.

13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Lane Johnson, OT

The Bucs need CB help badly but if Milliner is gone I don't see them taking Rhodes or Banks with the #13 overall pick. Possibly in a trade down but since I rarely predict trades in my mocks I will mock mock them another pick here. The Bucs could look at Lane Johnson if this was the scenario on draft day. He could take over at RT or eventually at LT.

14. Carolina Panthers - Keenan Allen, WR

I think the Panthers could surprise with a pick like this. They need to give Newton another weapon on offense besides Steve Smith, who is starting to get up there in age. Allen could be groomed to be their #1 WR and Cam's biggest target for the future.

15. New Orleans Saints - Dion Jordan, DE/OLB

The Saints could look for defensive help in the draft. If they are going to switch to a 3/4 they will need personnel to make that switch. They could look to take a rush linebacker in this draft.

16. St. Louis Rams - Kenny Vaccaro, S

I think the Rams will look for defensive help in the draft. Vaccaro might not make it to their next pick so if they want him they might have to take him with their earlier pick.

17. Pittsburgh Steelers - Ezekiel Ansah, DE/OLB

The Steelers could look for defensive help in this draft. Ansah may be able to stand up and play rush linebacker or he may fit better as a 3/4 DE. Either way the Steelers will find a way to utilize him.

18. Dallas Cowboys - Chance Warmack, OG

The Cowboys need interior offensive line help. They don't typically draft offensive lineman in the first round, but they broke that a few years ago with Tyron Smith and could do it again here if Warmack is available.

19. New York Giants - DJ Fluker, OL

The Giants may be looking for o-line help. Their o-line used to be one of their staples but it has fallen off recently. Fluker can probably play tackle or guard so he offers some versatility.

20. Chicago Bears - Jonathan Cooper, OG

The Bears need offensive line help badly. They need to protect Cutler and Marc Trestman being a QB guy I'm sure understands the important of keeping your QB on the field and standing upright.

21. Cincinnati Bengals - Alec Ogletree, LB

The Bengals need a linebacker and if Ogletree is available, I think he could be the pick. He has been in trouble with off the field issues and recently got a DUI which should move him up on the Bengals draft board.

22. St. Louis Rams (From Washington) - Sheldon Richardson, DT

The Rams could be looking for another DT to play next to Brockers.

23. Minnesota Vikings - Cordarrelle Patterson, WR

Patterson just seems like he belongs on the Vikings. I wouldn't be surprised if it came to fruition on draft day.

24. Indianapolis Colts - Larry Warford, OG

The Colts need to provide Andrew Luck with better protection. They should consider taking an o-lineman with their only pick in the first 2 rounds.

25. Seattle Seahawks - Johnathan Hankins, DT

The Seahawks could be looking for interior d-line help. There are a few DTs that could go in the first round so I'm sure one will be available.

26. Green Bay Packers - DeAndre Hopkins, WR

The Packers could consider taking a WR, especially if they lose Greg Jennings. They've been injured at the position and it wouldn't hurt to provide Rodgers with another weapon.

27. Houston Texans - Barrett Jones, OL

Barrett Jones could provide good depth at every position on the o-line for the Texans.

28. Denver Broncos - Kevin Minter, LB

The Broncos are most likely going to be looking for a new ILB.

29. New England Patriots - Robert Woods, WR

I could see the Patriots taking Robert Woods. He was once projected to go top 5, he has fallen due to a poor season. But the Patriots like to take players that have fallen from a once very high ranking and return them to top form.

30. Atlanta Falcons - Alex Okafor, DE

The Falcons could be looking for d-line help. I think they will take the best DT or DE available. That may be Okafor in this scenario.

31. San Francisco 49ers - Matt Elam, S

The 49ers could look for depth at certain places. Safety is one place where some depth wouldn't hurt.

32. Baltimore Ravens - Manti Te'o, LB

The Ravens need to find Ray Lewis' replacement in this draft. Te'o could be considered if he is available. They still have a strong clubhouse and have overlooked off the field issues before.

Round 2:

33. Jacksonville Jaguars - Desmond Trufant, CB

The Jaguars need secondary help badly. That could mean taking a CB or a safety, or both. Trufant could go in the first round, so this is good value for the Jags.

34. Kansas City Chiefs - Tavon Austin, WR

The Chiefs will look to grab a compliment to their QB if they take a QB #1 overall. They may look at WR like Austin. He already has chemistry with Geno Smith so they would have a step ahead of any other QB-WR pairs starting in the league for the first time.

35. Philadelphia Eagles - Jonathan Cyprien, S

The Eagles need safety help badly and it could be addressed within the first few rounds.

36. Detroit Lions - Xavier Rhodes, CB

The Lions like taking BPA which could be Rhodes in this scenario. Rhodes could go as high as #13 to the Bucs.

37. Cincinnati Bengals (From Oakland) - Justin Hunter, WR

Wide receiver isn't a huge need for the Bengals, but they need a true #2 to play opposite of AJ Green. The other WRs are more of slot/WR3 types so taking someone like Hunter wouldn't be a terrible idea. Since they have 3 picks in the first two rounds they can afford a luxury pick like this.

38. Arizona Cardinals - Dallas Thomas, OL

The Cardinals should look for offensive line help to protect their new QB.

39. Tennessee Titans - Sam Montgomery, DE

The Titans could look for a DE in addition to a DT. There are a lot of pass rushers in this draft so at least one has to fall out of the first round.

40. New York Jets - Arthur Brown, LB

The Jets may be looking for an ILB in addition to an OLB.

41. Buffalo Bills - Terrance Williams, WR

The Bills need to take someone to compliment Stevie Johnson. They have nothing at WR besides him. They also get a new weapon for their QB.

42. Miami Dolphins - Datone Jones, DE/DT

The Dolphins could look for front 7 help as well. Jones may be a good fit for their defensive scheme since he can play DE in a 3/4 or 4/3.

43. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Johnthan Banks, CB

And the Bucs still get a CB that can help them immediately and they didn't have to reach on him in round 1. There are a lot of quality CBs that could go rounds 1-2 so I would advocate for them waiting until this pick to take one unless Milliner is available at 13 or they trade back.

44. Carolina Panthers - Eric Reid, S

The Panthers need safety help so they could consider someone like Reid with this pick.

45. San Diego Chargers - Logan Ryan, CB

The Chargers could be looking for a CB in this draft. There are a few that should go in round 2 so at least one of them should be available here.

46. St. Louis Rams - Tyler Eifert, TE

O-line is a strong possibility here but Jeff Fisher doesn't like taking o-lineman early. Therefore I think they could look elsewhere. Since they have a lot of WRs they may look to provide Bradford with a new weapon at the TE position.

47. Dallas Cowboys - Tyler Wilson, QB

I think the Cowboys could surprise everyone during the draft and take a QB. Especially if one like Wilson falls to them in round 2.

48. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jesse Williams, NT

The Steelers could be looking for a NT in this draft. They could take Jesse Williams with their first round pick, but I think he might be available at this pick, or at least one of the NTs will be.

49. New York Giants - Khaseem Greene, LB

The Giants could be looking for a linebacker in this draft. LB was another staple of the Giants that has fallen off a bit.

50. Chicago Bears - Zach Ertz, TE

The Bears may be looking for a TE in this draft. Their current TEs aren't that great and Cutler could use another weapon.

51. Washington Redskins - Phillip Thomas, S

The Redskins need safety help and could look for one with this pick.

52. Minnesota Vikings - Johnathan Jenkins, DT/NT

The Vikings need a DT so they could take one with one of their first two picks. There are still plenty of quality DTs to be found in round 2.

53. Cincinnati Bengals - DJ Swearinger, S

The Bengals need help at safety. One could be taken earlier than this, but in this version of my mock they wait until now.

54. Miami Dolphins (From Indianapolis) - Quinton Patton, WR

The Dolphins probably need to take a WR in this draft. Philbin doesn't seem to care too much about size of WRs so they could take someone like Patton.

55. Seattle Seahawks - Markus Wheaton, WR

The Seahawks need WR help. They could consider taking one of their picks.

56. Green Bay Packers - Eddie Lacy, RB

The Packers should consider taking a RB so they don't have to keep recycling RBs like Ryan Grant. I think they could consider Lacy with their first round pick, but there are a ton of quality RBs and very few teams that need RB help, so supply an demand suggests they should wait to get better value.

57. Houston Texans - Aaron Dobson, WR

I really think the Texans should consider taking a WR. They need to add another element on offense and a true compliment to Johnson for the few years he has left.

58. Denver Broncos - Jordan Poyer, CB

The Broncos secondary was getting burned in their playoff loss. They may look for secondary upgrades.

59. New England Patriots - David Amerson, CB

Amerson is similar to Robert Woods in that he was once projected to go top 10 and has now fallen. The Patriots love taking these types of players and bringing top pick potential.

60. Atlanta Falcons - Kawann Short, DT

In addition to a DE, the Falcons need a DT. They could consider taking one with this pick.

61. San Francisco 49ers - Margus Hunt, DE/DT

The 49ers could look for help on the defensive line. They need depth there and someone like Hunt could be a nice fit.

62. Baltimore Ravens - Kyle Long, OT

The Ravens may need some offensive line help. If they think someone like Kyle Long could play LT that could allow their offensive line to settle into place.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2013 2:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great work with Glennon and my #3 WR available Williams
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2013 2:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Giants one pick away from Warmack would literally be heartbreaking.

Greene in the 2nd is solid.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2013 3:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

REALLY love Fisher, but i'm not as sure with Ryan. Im not sure i'd put him above Poyer, i may even debate Lacy here.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2013 6:51 am    Post subject: Re: *** 2013 NFL Mock Draft - 2 Rounds - Updated 2/18 *** Reply with quote

LeGarrettsBlunt wrote:

30. Atlanta Falcons - Alex Okafor, DE
60. Atlanta Falcons - Kawann Short, DT


Two perfect picks - well done.
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Patterson then Arthur Brown and its better for the Bengals
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That combo in the first two rounds would be ideal.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2013 10:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good Browns pick
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ochocinco4pres wrote:
Patterson then Arthur Brown and its better for the Bengals


I could see it either way. I could see taking Patterson and then Greene as well. Either way, if the board goes like this, i would prefer Terrance Williams over Hunter at #37.
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Cyprien is not a first round pick. At all. He is too raw and needs a lot of work to even be considered a first round pick.

I would like to see a mock or a scouting report that says that he is a 1st round pick.

He is moving up the boards, but that just means that he actually got on the boards and is considered around the 3-4 range.
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I would love that draft for Minnesota.
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It's more likely a giant ant comes through downtown NYC and destroys it than us passing up on Warmack at 16.
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Beoootiful!!! I love Warmack, and I'm all for a QB in R2. (even though I'm a huge romo supporter)
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ugh no and no. Glennon>Barkley.
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Good Saints pick
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