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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2013 12:37 am    Post subject: And another SEVEN ROUND MOCK January 2013 (no trades yet) Reply with quote

Hi guys, I've been trying to get this posted for a few days now. Feedback and criticism is much appreciated.. as well as any order or any kind of mistakes if noticed.

I hope you like.

Round 1
1. Kansas City - Geno Smith, QB
2. Jacksonville –Star Lotuelei, DT
3. Oakland – Damontre Moore, DE
4. Philadelphia – Luke Joeckel, OT
5. Detroit – Bjoern Werner, DE
6 Cleveland –Jarvis Jones, DE/OLB
7. Arizona – Tyler Wilson, QB
8. Buffalo Bills – Manti Te’o , LB
9. NY Jets – Dion Jordan, OLB
10. Tennessee - Ezekiel Ansah, DE
11. San Diego – Taylor Lewan, OT
12. Miami – Keenan Allen, WR
13. Tampa Bay – Dee Milliner, CB
14. Carolina- Sheldon Richardson, DT
15. New Orleans – Sam Montgomery, DE
16.St Louis Rams – Chance Warmack, OG
17. Pittsburgh – Barkevious Mingo, OLB
18. Dallas- Kenny Vaccaro, S
19. NY Giants – Jonathan Banks, CB
20. Chicago – Eric Fisher, OT
21. Cincinnati - Alec Ogeltree, LB
22. Indianapolis- Jonathan Cooper, OG
23. Minnesota – Jonathan Hankins, DT
24. St Louis Rams (via Wash) – Terrence Williams, WR
25. Seattle – Cordarelle Patterson, WR
26. Green Bay- Tyler Eifert, TE
27.Baltimore- Kevin Minter, LB
28. New England- Tavon Austin, WR
29. Denver- Bradley Roby, CB
30. San Francisco- John Jenkins, NT
31. Atlanta - Zack Ertz, TE
32. Houston – Deandre Hopkins, WR

Round 2
33. Jacksonville – Matt Barkley, QB
34. Kansas City - Xavier Rhodes, CB
35. Philadelphia –Tajh Boyd, QB
36. Detroit – David Amerson, CB/S
37. Cincinnati (Via Oak) –Matt Elam, SS
38. Arizona- Lane Johnson, OT
39. Cleveland- Supplemental Draft
40. New York Jets- Ryan Nassib, QB
41. Tennessee - Jordan Poyer, CB
42. Buffalo – – Mike Glennon, QB
43. Miami – Alex Okafor, DE
44. Tampa Bay – Sylvester Williams, DT
45. Carolina- Justin Hunter, WR
46. New Orleans – Forfeited
47. San Diego – Larry Warford, OG
48. St Louis Rams – Khaseem Greene, LB
49. Dallas- Barrett Jones, OL
50. Pittsburgh – Jessie Williams, NT
51. NY Giants – D.J Fluker, OT
52. Chicago –- Arthur Brown, LB
53. Washington – Eric Reid, S
54. Minnesota – Robert Woods, WR
55. Baltimore- Kawann Short, DT/DE
56. Cincinnati –Giovani Bernard, RB
57. Seattle – Sharrif Floyd, DT
58. Green Bay- Eddie Lacy, RB
59. Miami (via Indianapolis) – Logan Ryan, CB
60. Houston – Chase Thomas, LB
61. New England – Tony Jefferson, FS
62. San Francisco- Desmond Trufant, CB
63. Denver- Stepfan Taylor, RB
64. Atlanta – Margus Hunt, DE

Round 3
65. Kansas City- Gerald Hodges, LB
66. Jacksonville – Dallas Thomas, OG
67. Detroit – Andre Ellington, RB
68. Oakland- Oday Aboushi, OT
69. Philadelphia – Phillip Thomas, SS
70. Cleveland – Will Davis, CB
71. Arizona – Cyril Richardson, OG
72. Tennessee - Travis Frederick, OG/OC
73. Buffalo – Quinton Patton, WR
74. NY Jets – Joseph Randle, RB
75. Tampa Bay – Bennett Jackson, CB
76. San Fran (Via Carolina) - T.J McDonald, S
77. New Orleans – Akeem Spence, DT
78. San Diego – John Simon, OLB
79. Miami – Marcus Wheaton, WR
80. St Louis Rams – Brennan Williams, OT
81. Pittsburgh – Mike Gillislee, RB
82. Dallas - E.J. Manuel, QB
83. NY Giants – Cornelius Carradine, DE
84. Miami (Via Chicago): Kyle Long, OT
85. Minnesota – Da’Rick Rogers, WR
86 . Baltimore- Brandon Jenkins, OLB
87. Cincinnati – Khaled Holmes, OC
88. Washington – Justin Pugh, OT
89. Green Bay- Shawn Williams, SS
90. Indianapolis – Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB
91. Seattle – Jackson Jeffcoat, DE /OLB
92. Houston – Datone Jones, DE
93. New England – Corey Lemonier, DE
94. San Francisco- Steadman Bailey, WR
95. Denver- Shayne Skov, ILB
96. Atlanta - Montee Ball, RB

Round 4
97. Jacksonville- Robert Alford, CB
98. Kansas City- Ryan Swope, WR
99. Oakland- Nico Johnson, LB
100. Philadelphia- Carrington Byndom, CB
101. Minnesota (Via Detroit) – Kevin Reddick, LB
102. Arizona- William Gholston, DE
103. Cleveland- Jelani Jenkins, LB
104. Buffalo- Gabe Jackson, OG
105. New York Jets- - Alvin Bailey, OG
106. Tennessee- Bacarri Rambo, S
107. Carolina- Leon Mcfadden, CB
108. New Orleans- Cobi Hamilton, WR
109. San Diego – Tyler Bray, QB
110. Miami- Tyrann Mathieu, CB
111. Tampa Bay- Denard Robinson, WR
112. St Louis- Robert Lester, S
113. Dallas- Brandon Williams, NT
114. Pittsburgh – Jon Bostic, LB
115. New York Giants – Sio Moore, LB
116. Chicago- Dion Sims, TE
117. Baltimore – Aaron Dobson, WR
118. Cincinnati – Michael Buchanan, DE
119. Washington- Justin Gilbert, CB
120. Minnesota – Omoreggie Uzzi, OG
121. Indianapolis- DJ Swearinger, S
122. Seattle- Jordan Reed, TE
123. Green Bay – Mario Benavides, C
124. Houston- Ricky Wagner, OT
125. San Francisco- Travis Long, OLB
126. Tampa Bay (Via New England) – Joseph Fauria, TE
127. Atlanta – Josh Boyd, DT
128. Denver- Jordan Hill, DT

Round 5
129. Kansas City- Travis Kelce, TE
130. Jacksonville – Le’Veon Bell, RB
131. Philadelphia – Jordan Matthews, WR
132. Detroit- Kenny Stills, WR
133. Oakland – Jamar Taylor, CB
134. Cleveland – Travis Bond, OG
135. Arizona – Jamie Collins, OLB
136. New York Jets - Marquess Wilson, WR
137. Tennessee – Christine Michael, RB
138. Buffalo – Trevardo Williams, DE/OLB
139. New Orleans – Johnny Adams, CB
140. San Diego – Terry Hawthorne, CB
141. Miami – Ryan Otten, TE
142. Tampa Bay – Jonathan Franklin, RB
143. Carolina – Alex Hurst, OT
144. St Louis – Marcus Lattimore, RB
145. Pittsburgh- BW Webb, CB
146. Dallas- Brian Winters, OT
147. New York Giants: Everette Dawkins, DT
148. Chicago: Adrian Bushel, CB
149. Cincinnati – Xavier Nixon, OT
150. Washington- Aaron Malette, WR
151. Minnesota- Kenjon Barner, RB
152. Baltimore- J.J. Wilcox, S
153. Seattle- Reid Fragel, OT
154. Green Bay- Conner Vernon, WR
155. San Francisco (via Indianapolis): Devin Taylor, DE
156. Houston- J.C. Tretter, OG
157. San Francisco: Chris Gragg, TE
158. Washington (via New England): Dwayne Gratz, CB
159. Denver- Tavarres King, WR
160. Atlanta- Hugh Thornton, OG

Round 6:
161. Jacksonville – Oscar Johnson, OT
162. Kansas City- Mallicah Goodman, DE.
163. Detroit: Graham Pocic, OG/OC
164. Oakland – Cory Grissom, DT
165. Philadelphia- Abry Jones, DT
166. Arizona: A.J Klein, ILB
167. Cleveland- Trey Millard, FB.
168. Minnesota (from Tennessee): Zeke Motta, S
169. Buffalo Bills: Caleb Sturgis, K
170. New York Jets: Manese Foketi, OT
171. San Diego: Mike Edwards, CB
172. San Francisco (from Miami): Landry Jones, QB
173. Tampa Bay: Zac Dysert, QB
174. Carolina – Dustin Hopkins, K.
175. New Orleans: DeVonte Holloman, LB
176: St Louis- Lerentee McCray, LB
177: Dallas: Rex Burkhead, RB
178: Pittsburgh- Chris Harper, WR
179: NY Giants – Braden Hansen, OG
180: Chicago – Braxton Cave, OC
181: Washington: Bruce Taylor, ILB
182: Washington (from Minnesota): Latavius Murray, RB
183. Baltimore- Rogers Gaines, OT
184. Cincinnati: Marc Anthony, CB
185. Green Bay- Mark Jackson, OT
186. Miami (from Indianapolis): Duke Williams, S
187. Seattle: Marcus Davis, WR
188. Houston – Montori Hughes, DT
189. Cincinnati (from New England) – Tyrone Goard, WR
190. San Francisco- Zac Line, RB
191. Denver- Chris Jacobson, OG
192. Atlanta – Josh Boyce, WR

Round 7:
193. Kansas City- Shamarko Thomas, SS
194. Jacksonville- Josh Johnson, CB
195. Oakland - Matt Scott, QB
196. Cleveland (Via Philadelphia)- Lavar Edwards, DE
197. Detroit- Marquis Goodwin, WR/KR
198. Cleveland- Micah Hyde, CB/S
199. Arizona- Michael Williams, TE
200. Seattle (Via Buffalo)- Melvin White, CB
201. New York Jets- Zaviar Gooden, LB
202. Tennessee- Nick Kasa, TE
203. Miami- Chris Jones, DT
204. New England (Via Tampa Bay)- Anthony Rashad White – DT
205. Oakland (Via Carolina)- Jeff Baca, OG
206. Seattle (New Orleans )- Brent Russel, DT
207. San Diego- Kiko Alonzo,ILB
208. St. Louis- Rod Sweeting, CB
209. Pittsburgh- Brad Sorensen, QB
210. Miami (Via Dallas)- Blaiz Foltz, OG
211. New York Giants- Quanterus Smith, DE
212. Tampa Bay (Via Chicago)- Terren Jones, OT
213. Arizona (Via Minnesota)- Kemal Ishmael, FS
214. Baltimore- Brian Schwenke, OC
215. San Francisco (Via Cincinnati)- John Sullen, OG
216. Washington- Alan Bonner, WR
217. Philadelphia (Via Indianapolis)- Zach Sudfield, TE
218. Tampa Bay (Via Seattle)- Duran Harmon, S
219. Green Bay- Ja’Gared Davis, ILB
220. Houston – Knile Davis, RB
221. San Francisco – Rodney Smith, WR
222. New England – Marcus Cromartie, CB
223. Denver – Bradley McDougald, S
224. Atlanta – Larry Webster, DE


Team Summary:

Atlanta: Zach Ertz, TE, Margus Hunt, DE, Montee Ball, RB, Josh Boyd, DT, Hugh Thornton, OG, Josh Boyce, WR, Larry Webster, DE

Arizona: Tyler Wilson, QB, Lane Johnson, OT, Cyril Richardson, OG, William Gholston, DE, Jamie Collins, OLB, A.J Klein, ILB, Michael Williams, TE, Kemal Ishmael, FS

Baltimore – Kevin Minter, LB, Kawann Short, DT/DE, , Brandon Jenkins, OLB, Aaron Dobson, WR, JJ Wilcox, S, Rogers Gaines, OT, Brian Schwenke, OC

Buffalo - Manti Te’o , LB , Mike Glennon, QB, Quinton Patton, WR, Gabe Jackson, OG, Trevardo Williams, DE/LB, Caleb Sturgis, K

Carolina: Sheldon Richardson, DT, Justin Hunter, OT, Leon Mcfadden, CB, Alex Hurst, OT, Dustin Hopkins, K

Chicago: Eric Fisher, OT, Arthur Brown, LB, Dion Sims, TE, Adrian Bushel, CB, Braxton Cave, OC

Cleveland- Jarvis Jones, DE/OLB, Will Davis, CB, Jelani Jenkins, OLB, Travis Bond, OG, Trey Millard, FB, Lavar Edwards, DE, Micah Hyde, CB/S

Cincinnati: Alec Ogeltree, LB, Matt Elam, SS, Giovani Bernard, RB, Khaled Holmes, OC, Michael Buchanan, DE, Xavier Nixon, OT ,Marc Anthony, CB, , Tyrone Goard, WR

Dallas – Kenny Vaccaro, S, Barrett Jones, OL, EJ Manuel, QB, Brandon Williams, NT, Brian Winters, OT, Rex Burkhead, RB

Denver: Bradley Roby, CB, Stepfan Taylor, RB, Shayne Skov, ILB, Jordan Hill, DT, Tavarres King, WR, Chris Jacobson, OG, Bradley McDougald, S

Detroit: Bjoern Werner, DE , David Amerson, CB/S, Andre Ellington, RB, Kenny Stills, WR, Graham Pocic, OG/OC, Marquise Goodwin, WR/KR

Green Bay: Tyler Eifert, TE, Eddie Lacy, RB, Shawn Williams, SS, Mario Benevides, OC, Conner Vernon, WR, Mark Jackson, OT, Ja’Gared Davis, LB

Houston: Deandre Hopkins, WR, Chase Thomas, LB, Datone Jones, DE, Ricky Wagner, OT, JC Tretter, OG, Montari Hughes, NT, Knile Davis, RB

Indianapolis: Jonathan Cooper, OG, Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB , DJ Swearinger, S

Jacksonville: Star Lotulelei, DT, Matt Barkey QB, Dallas Thomas, OL, Robert Alford, CB, Le’Veon Bell, RB, Oscar Johnson, OT, Josh Johnson, CB

Kansas City: Geno Smith, QB, Xavier Rhodes, CB, Gerald Hodges, ILB, Ryan Swope, WR , Travis Kelce, TE, Malliciah Goodman, DE, Shamarko Thomas, S

Miami – Keenan Allen, WR, Alex Okafor, DE, Logan Ryan, CB, Marcus Wheaton, WR, Kyle Long, OL, Tyrann Mathieu, CB, Ryan Otten, TE, Duke Williams, S, Chris Jones, DT, Blaize Foltz, OG

Minnesota: Jonathan Hankins, DT, Robert Woods, WR, Da’Rick Rogers, WR, Kevin Reddick, LB, Omoreggie Uzzi, OG, Kenjon Barner, RB, Zeke Motta, S

New Orleans Saints: Sam Montgomery, DE, Akeem Spence, DT, Cobi Hamilton, WR, Johnny Adams, CB, DeVonte Holloman, LB

New England: Tavon Austin,WR, Tony Jefferson, S, Corey Lemonier, DE , Anthony Rashad White, DT, Marcus Cromartie, CB

New York Giants: Jonathan Banks, CB, D.J. Fluker, OT, Cornelius Carradine, DE, Sio Moore, LB,Everette Dawkins, DT, Braden Hansen, OG, Quanterus Smith, DE

New York Jets: Dion Jordan, OLB, Ryan Nassib, QB, Joseph Randle, RB, Alvin Bailey, OG, Marquess Wilson, WR, , Manese Foketi, OT, Zaviar Gooden, LB

Oakland: Damontre Moore, DE, Oday Aboushi, OT, Nico Johnson, LB, Jamar Taylor, CB, , Cory Grissom, DT, Matt Scott, QB, Jeff Baca, OG

Philadelphia: Luke Joeckel, OT , Tajh Boyd, QB, Phillip Thomas, S, Carrington Byndom, CB, Jordan Matthews, WR , Abry Jones, DT, Zach Sudfield, TE

Pittsburgh - Barkevious Mingo, OLB, Jessie Williams, NT, Mike Gillislee, RB, Jon Bostic, LB, BW Webb,CB, Chris Harper, WR, Brad Sorensen, QB

San Diego – Taylor Lewan, OT, Larry Warford, OG, John Simon, DE, Tyler Bray, QB, , Terry Hawthorne, CB, Marcus Cromartie, CB, Kiko Alonzo, LB

San Francisco: John Jenkins, NT, Desmond Trufant, TJ McDonald, S, Steadman Bailey, WR, Travis Long, DE/OLB, Devin Taylor, DE, Chris Gragg, TE, Landry Jones, QB, , Zac Line, RB, , John Sullen, OG, Rodney Smith, WR

Seattle- Cordarelle Patterson, WR, Sharrif Floyd, DT, Jackson Jeffcoat, DE/OLB, Jordan Reed, TE, Reid Fragel, OT, Marcus Davis, WR, Melvin White, CB, Brent Russell, DT

St Louis –Chance Warmack, OG, Terrence Williams, WR, Khaseem Greene, OLB, Brennan Williams, OT, Robert Lester, S , Marcus Lattimore, RB, Lerentee McCray, LB, Rod Sweeting, CB

Tampa Bay: Dee Milliner, CB, Sylvester Williams, DT, Bennett Jackson, CB, Denard Robinson, WR, Joseph Fauria, TE, Jonathan Franklin, RB, , Zac Dysert, QB, Terren Jones, OT, Duran Harmon, S

Tennessee: - Ezekiel Ansah, DE , Jordan Poyer, CB, Travis Frederick, OG, Baccari Rambo, S, Christine Michael, RB, Nick Kasa, TE

Washington- Eric Reid, S, Justin Pugh, OT, Justin Gilbert, CB, Aaron Malette, WR, Dwayne Gratz, CB, Bruce Taylor, ILB, Latavius Murray, RB, Alan Bonner, WR
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2013 12:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Love the Bills draft if it falls that way. I wouldn't mind taken Klien in the 4th round and let him sit behind Vick if we get him. Now to get Chip Kelly to come to Buffalo and fix this mess we have.
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1. 1 QB will separate themselves from the pack in offseason workouts (I hope) and whoever that is needs to be the pick. Whether that be Wilson, Geno, Glennon, Barkley, whoever. They need to be the pick.

2. Here I take the top rated DB, safety or corner. I like Xavier Rhodes and have no problem with the selection. However if a WR or ILB that presents great value, I really look at him.

3. I like the Hodges pick. I honestly don't know much about him, but nicfre2011 another KC fan and someone's whose opinion I value a lot, really likes Hodges as well. LB needs to be addressed early.

4. WR is a need, but not Swope. We have slot type of WR's on the roster, we need a deep threat or at least someone that can play on the outside and I don't think Swope can. I really like Cobi Hamilton. Another DB (opposite of whatever was taken in round 2) would be a good selection, as well as DE or TE.

5. I don't know much about Kelce, but we do need to add another TE. I also really like LeVeon Bell, but TE is probably a bigger need.

6. DE depth could always be upgraded so good pick by that account. However with how your draft plays out I run up to the podium and take Zac Dysert.

7. I really like this pick if he is here.

Overall it is a pretty good draft. All holes won't be able to be filled via the draft, but it is a good start. Also we will have at least one Comp pick in the 3rd round due to Brandon Carr.

I also want to point out that right now it is hard to say who would be better for us due to the fact that we don't know 1) FA acquisitions obviously, but also 2) Specific Schemes with the new coaching staff. If we move to a 43 (good gosh I hope not) then we will really need to grab players that fit that scheme.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2013 2:31 am    Post subject: Re: And another SEVEN ROUND MOCK January 2013 (no trades yet Reply with quote

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2. Jacksonville –Star Lotuelei, DT


Good selection.

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33. Jacksonville – Matt Barkley, QB


Terrible selection.

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66. Jacksonville – Dallas Thomas, OG


Great selection, but he will be long gone.

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97. Jacksonville- Robert Alford, CB


Solid, but between this selection and our next one, I would prefer:

Kevin Reddick, Cobi Hamilton, Robert Lester, DJ Swearinger, or Ricky Wagner

Hamilton or Swearinger would be the best picks here. Swearinger is who I would probably like.

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130. Jacksonville – Le’Veon Bell, RB


Bad selection. Would prefer Jordan Matthews, Kenny Stills, Jamar Taylor, Jamie Collins, Terry Hawthorne, Ryan Otten, Jonathan Franklin, Marcus Lattimore, Brian Winters, Everette Dawkins, Xavier Nixon, Aaron Mellette, Kenjon Barner, Reid Fragel, Chris Gragg, or Tavarres King.

Preference to Jamie Collins or Jamar Taylor.

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161. Jacksonville – Oscar Johnson, OT


Solid, bit I would prefer Cory Grissom, A.J. Klein, Zac Dysert, Braxton Cave, Mark Jackson, Duke Williams, or Josh Boyce

Preference to Cory Grissom, Zac Dysert, Mark Jackson, or Duke Williams

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194. Jacksonville- Josh Johnson, CB


Solid, but I'd prefer Michael Williams, Kiko Alonzo, Brad Sorenson, or Knile Davis

Give us Michael Williams

Best combination

Round 1: Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah
Round 2: Alex Okafor, DE, Texas
Round 3: Dallas Thomas, LG/RT, Tennessee
Round 4: DJ Swearinger, S, South Carolina
Round 5: Jamie Collins, OLB, Southern Miss
Round 6: Zac Dysert, QB, Miami (OH)
Round 7: Michael Williams, TE, Alabama
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2013 2:46 am    Post subject: Re: And another SEVEN ROUND MOCK January 2013 (no trades yet Reply with quote

mr fluffles wrote:
9. NY Jets – Dion Jordan, OLB

Excellent pick.

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40. New York Jets- Ryan Nassib, QB

I like the idea, but not the player. I prefer other QBs.

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74. NY Jets – Joseph Randle, RB

Bigger needs, but not a bad pick.

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105. New York Jets- - Alvin Bailey, OG

Great pick.

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136. New York Jets - Marquess Wilson, WR

Low risk, high reward. If we like him, why not?

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170. New York Jets: Manese Foketi, OT

We do need some OL depth. Crazy to see Zac Dysert still on the board though. I like him better than Nassib.

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201. New York Jets- Zaviar Gooden, LB

I wonder if he can play OLB.
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would not be dissapointed if this were the Hawks.
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Pretty good for da Bears
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Pretty realistic Seattle draft, taking big-school underclassmen in the early rounds and looking at the smaller schools later. I'd only make a few changes:

- In the 3rd, I'd prefer DL Datone Jones of UCLA. Jeffcoat wouldn't be bad, but we're pretty comfortable with Clemons and Irvin for now and if we take another guy it'll probably be a later round freak athlete project like Quanterus Smith out of Western Kentucky. We're looking for a guy that can add more of a pass rush but still contain the run at our LDE position on passing downs. Datone is the perfect end for that.

2 - In the 6th I wouldn't take a low potential WR. Not really Schneider's style and we already have enough average special teams WRs in Obomanu and Kearse. Instead, I'd take Syracuse S Shamarko Thomas. This is the same round we took Winston Guy in last year, but Guy hasn't had a chance to prove himself. We're still looking for our Bandit safety, and Thomas would be a great option (we run a lot of our defense out of a 4-2-5 look where Chancellor comes up as somewhat of a SS/WLB tweener and we bring in a SS to play over top of him, who was Atari Bigby in the past (who actually played really well at it) but Guy hasn't had the same impact.

3 - Schneider is a Ted Thompson creation and Thompson loves his late round QBs. We haven't really seen one yet, but considering we now have our franchise QB and are likely to trade Flynn IMO, I think this is when we start seeing Schneider take a backup QB project. A player like Keith Price of UW would be a good pick. Don't believe you had him being selected and he's a kid that smart and can throw an accurate ball when he has time to throw, which he should get here as a Seahawk if ever called upon. He has similar traits to Wilson and we think he's the kinda kid that can be a longterm backup at worse.

Also, we have the Raiders 5th round pick (as of now, could be a 4th).

As far as your other picks, I really like the Patterson, Floyd, Reed selections. All pretty much perfect. Patterson is exactly the type of young dynamic receiver we would be looking for and we tend to take juniors in the 1st round. Floyd looks like he could be an explosive UT if someone else is taking up blockers (Mebane) so I think he'd excel here.

Reed is exactly the type of TE we need here. Zach Miller has been elite as a blocker (and I don't say elite lightly) and average in the passing game, whereas McCoy is good as a blocker and good as a receiver. We carry 3 TEs on the roster, and the only guy missing is someone that can be a slot, mismatch from the TE spot, and Reed offers just that.

Good job overall.
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Change Nassib for Glennon and this would be great for the jets
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2013 8:44 am    Post subject: Re: And another SEVEN ROUND MOCK January 2013 (no trades yet Reply with quote

mr fluffles wrote:
Cincinnati: Alec Ogeltree, LB, Matt Elam, SS, Giovani Bernard, RB, Khaled Holmes, OC, Michael Buchanan, DE, Xavier Nixon, OT ,Marc Anthony, CB, , Tyrone Goard, WR


Mn, the first two rounds are perfect at this point. Getting both of those second round guys at that point would be awesome. Buchaan might develop in our rotation. Love it.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2013 8:58 am    Post subject: Re: And another SEVEN ROUND MOCK January 2013 (no trades yet Reply with quote

INbengalfan wrote:
mr fluffles wrote:
Cincinnati: Alec Ogeltree, LB, Matt Elam, SS, Giovani Bernard, RB, Khaled Holmes, OC, Michael Buchanan, DE, Xavier Nixon, OT ,Marc Anthony, CB, , Tyrone Goard, WR


Mn, the first two rounds are perfect at this point. Getting both of those second round guys at that point would be awesome. Buchaan might develop in our rotation. Love it.


My only complaint is the 3rd round pick is a wasted pick. We have ZERO need at center.
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Jason_Bengal_Fl wrote:
INbengalfan wrote:
mr fluffles wrote:
Cincinnati: Alec Ogeltree, LB, Matt Elam, SS, Giovani Bernard, RB, Khaled Holmes, OC, Michael Buchanan, DE, Xavier Nixon, OT ,Marc Anthony, CB, , Tyrone Goard, WR


Mn, the first two rounds are perfect at this point. Getting both of those second round guys at that point would be awesome. Buchaan might develop in our rotation. Love it.


My only complaint is the 3rd round pick is a wasted pick. We have ZERO need at center.


Agreed. I would go Jeffcoat there.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2013 9:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks pretty solid for the Vikings, don't like the RB pick all that well, but isn't a bad pick there, could see another LB as being likely. Then in the 6th, the Vikings did not trade their 6th round pick this year to the Redskins, that was a conditional pick, and prior to last seasons draft it was determined that the conditions had not been met.
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If I'm a Panthers fan, I would not be terribly upset if this happened.

However, there's a few changes.

First round pick is spot on.

2nd round, I like Hunter, a lot; but I cannot see us passing up on Reid or Jefferson if they are on the board. We have to find a 2nd safety this off season.

In the 4th round, I would definetly look at someone who could jump in and play RT for us from day 1.

Drafting a kicker is fine and DB depth never hurts.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2013 11:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not the best Patriots mock, WR IS NOT A FIRST OR SECOND ROUND NEED!! Brick wall DL/DB are 1st and 2nd round needs depending on BPA
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