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PostPosted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 8:58 am    Post subject: 101's mock/offseason (likely last) Reply with quote

Expected cuts

-Rolando
-Carson Palmer - I just donít see us getting anything for him despite the Cardinals rumors. It seems like the trade is contingent on Palmer reducing his salary and I donítí see it happening.


FA- mind you we have a crap load of bodies to sign to fill our roster and add depth throughout, but the only additional FA of note:

-Tracy Porter CB
-Mike Jenkins CB
-Brandon Lloyd WR

Trades:

Raiders trade 6th round this year and 4th in 2014 for Matt Flynn. This is what Iím hoping the agreed upon compensation is

Trade #3 to the Dolphins for #12 #42 and 2014 2nd rounder.
Why? Miami looks to grab a replacement for Jake Long and jumps at the opportunity to grab Fisher.

Trade #12 to the 49ers for #31 & #34 and # 94 (late 3rd)
Why? Dolphins are sitting right in front of Tampa whom covets a CB. Niners could use this pick for Desmond Trufant or Vacarro if they wish to replace Goldson

DRAFT

Round 1 Cornelius Caradine DE FSU
I want to come away from this draft with ďTankĒ more than any other player. Prior to his injury he was a top 10 lock. Grabbing him at the end of round 1 would be nothing short of a coup. Itís no secret that the Raiders have a horrendous need for pass rushers. Caradine offers the most bang for our buck.

Round 2 Jonathon Cyprien S FIU
Quite possibly my favorite S prospect for the Raiders. Though I like Elamís game, I feel like Cyprien would make a better FS despite pundits labeling him as a Strong Safety. Amazing athlete, with a lot of versatility, can play in the box or single high. Can react fast and come up from the deep 1/3 to make plays in the run-game. Plus you know we got a REALLY long look at Cyprien during the Senior Bowl.

Round 2 DJ Fluker OT Alabama
The humongous RT finally solidifies the right side of our line. The power running game is going to be our bread and butter. McFadden has a field day until the inevitable injury

Round 3 Robert Alford CB Southeastern Louisiana
Speedy and physical corner. Excellent in zone coverage.

Round 3 Brandon Williams DT Missouri Southern
Weíve talked about Williams alot here, but I think it makes a whole lot of sense. Big athletic NT, got first hand look at him during Senior Bowl. Would really help solidify our interior D-line

Round 4 Brian Winters OG Kent State
Big, tough, physical man. 6-4 320. Drops in the draft due to injury. Played OT but projects to being a very good guard. Brings much-needed attitude and grit to our offensive line. Lining this mammoth next to Veldheer is truly terrifying.

Round 6 Zac Stacy RB Vanderbilt
Compact frame w/ good speed, Heíd make a helluva 1-2 combo with McFadden and could possibly be a feature back down the road.

Round 7 David Bass DE Missouri Western State
Small school sleeper. Great measurable and dominated his competition. Phenomenal (granted against inferior competition) pass rusher, would make a good situational pass rusher


OT-Veldheer
G- Winters (rookie)
C-Wiz
G-Briesel (meh, but weíre paying the man)
OT-Fluker (rookie)

TE-Ausberry (meh, but no other options)

WR-Lloyd
WR- Moore
WR-Streater

RB- McFadden/Stacy
FB- Reece

QB-Flynn

Returner-Ford



LE-Houston
DT-Walker
DT-Sims/Williams (rookie)
RE- Carradine (rookie)

WLB- Maiava/Burris
MLB-Nick Roach
SLB-Burnett

FS-Cyprien (rookie)
SS-Branch
CB-Porter
CB-Jenkins
CB-Alford (rookie)
CB-Adams

Not a bad squad. Still really weak at TE/CB and some would say QB lol.
Offensive line and run defense become strengths for this team.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 11:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice draft would have went TE in the 6th though.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 11:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

#12 to the 49ers for #31

They better give up both 2nd rounders for that kind of move.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 11:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ch8878 wrote:
#12 to the 49ers for #31

They better give up both 2nd rounders for that kind of move.


I know the value chart is not the definitive trade guide, but actually looking (after posting the mock) we are actually getting more value than SF


#12 = 1200


#31= 500
#34= 560
#42= 480

value 1540


the difference equals 340 (which is actually a late round second)
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 11:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ch8878 wrote:
#12 to the 49ers for #31

They better give up both 2nd rounders for that kind of move.
It says 31,34, and a 3rd.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 11:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

#12 1200

#31=600
#34=560
#94=124


1284 (we are still getting more value than SF)
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 3:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This draft would be a dream come true
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 3:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Trades seem good and reasonable. Miami seems like the most likely trade partner at this point for us. SF only because they have so many picks and would seem to want to bundle and move up.

Love the Tank pick. He's my favorite prospect and best pass rusher when healthy. Also like the Williams pick. The hype has seemed to have died down on him and the 3rd round is about where he should go IMO.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 3:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

4 starters with our first 4 picks would be huge. DJ Fluker in the 2nd would have me doing backflips in my living room. Nice draft!
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 5:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If this happens I will be ecstatic. Great idea. Carradine was the consensus #1 DE before his unfortunate injury. Cyprien is going to be one of the best FS from this draft. He is a beast. DJ Fluker would finally be that RT we've been waiting for. He is a gamer and from an incredible program.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 9:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I could live with it.

I think you reached on Tank, you could probably get him with the second, second round pick.

I like Fluker but I think he is a G in the NFL, possibly a better guard than Warmack. I feel like he could play tackle, but he would never be better than average and would need to be on a run-heavy team. I would like the Fluker pick more if you didn't draft Winters in the 4th, maybe a RB or another CB there.

I love Alford and Williams, I had them in my early mock before the combine and they haven't disappointed in the pre-draft process.

Cyprien is a good pick also, and I love your trades to acquire all these picks.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 9:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Love the draft. It's hard to predict two trades like that in the first round.
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