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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 8:10 pm    Post subject: SLFs night off mock Reply with quote


Joe Flacco - Re-signs with Baltimore
Alex Smith - Traded to Kansas City for late round pick
Matt Flynn - Released and signs with Jacksonville
Matt Moore - Signs with Cleveland


Ahmed Bradshaw - Signs with Cincinatti
Reggie Bush - Signs with Pittsburgh
Steven Jackson - Signs with Green Bay


Percy Harvin - Traded to New England for their 2nd round pick
Dwayne Bowe - Signs with Minnesota
Greg Jennings - Signs with Miami
Wes Welker - Signs with Kansas City
Mike Wallace - Signs with Cleveland
Danny Amendola - Re-signs with St. Louis


Jared Cook - Re-signs with Tennessee
Martellus Bennett - Re-signs with the Giants
Dustin Keller - Signs with Miami


Ryan Clady - Re-signs with Denver
Branden Albert - Signs with Chicago
Jermon Bushrod - Signs with San Diego
Jake Long - Signs with Indianapolis
Will Beatty - Re-signs with the Giants
Sebastian Vollmer - Signs with Miami
Andre Smith - Re-signs with Cincinatti
Gosder Cherilus - Re-signs with Detroit
Phil Loadholt - Re-signs with Minnesota


Andy Levitre - Signs with Tennessee
Louis Vasquez - Signs with Indianapolis
Brandon Moore - Signs with San Diego


Michael Johnson - Re-signs with Cincinatti
Cliff Avril - Signs with Jacksonville
Dwight Freeney - Signs with Atlanta
Osi Umenyora - Signs with Cleveland
Michael Bennett - Re-signs with Tampa


Henry Melton - Re-signs with Chicago
Terrance Knighton - Indianapolis
Randy Starks - Re-signs with Miami


Danell Ellerbe - Re-signs with Baltimore
Paul Kruger - Re-signs with Baltimore
Brian Urlacher - Signs with Cincinatti
Anthony Spencer - Signs with Oakland
Connor Barwin - Signs with Miami
Daryl Smith - Re-signs with Jacksonville


Brent Grimes - Signs with Indianapolis
Cary Williams - Signs with Philadelphia
Sean Smith - Re-signs with Miami
Aqib Talib - Signs with San Fransisco


Dashon Goldson - Re-signs with San Fransisco
William Moore - Signs with Tennessee
Jarius Byrd - Re-signs with Buffalo
Louis Delmas - Re-signs with Detroit


1. Kansas City Chiefs - Luke Joeckel OT Texas A&M
I think the Chiefs will go after a veteran QB instead of reaching on a guy like Geno Smith. I think they would rather grab a guy to try and develop a guy behind Alex Smith, and instead take the top player on the board. Normally, that is Star, but the Chiefs apparently really like Joeckel.

2. Jacksonville Jaguars - Star Lotuleilei DT Utah
The Jags want to give Gabbert another chance, and will likely sign another QB to compete (Matt Flynn), so I think Geno is out of the question for them. Instead, they will try and build up the defensive line, which is terribly weak right now.

3. Oakland Raiders - Geno Smith QB West Virginia
The Raiders filled a hole at DE, and there is no DT worth taking, here. But, either way, I think they go for Geno Smith if he is on the board, because they need a QB to succeed Carson Palmer.

4. Philadelphia Eagles - Damontre Moore DE Texas A&M
The Eagles could reach on an OT in Eric Fisher, but I think Chip Kelly will be looking to add the top talent on the board. That would be Damontre Moore, who is a great fit at OLB in their new 3-4.

5. Detroit Lions - Ziggy Ansah DE BYU
The Lions need a DE really badly, and I think will take the top one on the board. Ansah is raw, but his potential is huge, and he is a good fit for the Lions wide-9.

6. Cleveland Browns - Bjoern Werner DE Florida State
The Browns are going back to the 3-4, and their new scheme favors bigger rush linebackers. Werner fits the mold perfectly, and could be a Mike Vrable like player for them.

7. Arizona Cardinals - Eric Fisher OT Central Michigan
The Cards biggest need aside from QB is OT, and they are thrilled to find Fisher on the board, here. He could probably challenge Luke Joeckel for the #1 pick if he had played in a tough conference. But, he proved he can hang with the big dogs, and will still be picked high.

Carolina trades their 1st and 2nd round picks to the Bills for their 1st pick

8. Carolina Panthers - Shariff Floyd DT Florida
The Panthers biggest need is by far DT, and so they trade up to get the best remaining one. Floyd is the total package at DT, and his stock is exploding. He will not make it out of the top 10, IMO.

9. New York Jets - Barkevious Mingo DE LSU
The Jets are thrilled that Mingo is here, and they will not hesitate to take him. He is a great fit for their defense, and is the clear BPA here.

10. Tennessee Titans - Dee Millner CB Alabama
The Titans go the BPA route, filling a big need in the process. Millner doesnt pop when you watch his team play, but he is rock solid at CB, which is what the Titans need.

New Orleans trades their 1st and 3rd round picks to the Chargers for their 1st pick

11. New Orleans Saints - Dion Jordan DE Oregon
The Saints jump up to ensure they get the last top DE prospect on the board. Jordan is a great fit for the 3-4, and if he lives up to his potential, he will be an elite rush linebacker.

12. Miami Dolphins - Kenny Vaccaro S Texas
The Dolphins would like for a guy like Eric Fisher to fall to them, but I dont think they will reach for an OT like Lane Johnson when they have so many picks in the 2nd and 3rd rounds. They instead go for Kenny Vaccaro, the top S prospect in the draft.

13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Desmond Trufant CB Washington
Trufant really helped himself at the senior bowl, and his stock will continue to rise to where it should have been all along if he hadnt been tucked away in Washington. The Bucs need a lot of help at CB, and adding a true lockdown stud at CB in Trufant is going to turn that situation around.

14. Buffalo Bills - Cordarrelle Patterson WR Tennessee
The Bills move down to get better value on Patterson, the most explosive prospect in the draft and a guy to be an elite weapon in the NFL. The Bills need to get a #1 WR, and Patterson has the skillset to be that player. His playmaking ability with the ball in his hands is a nice bonus. Paired with CJ Spiller, the Bills have a lot of explosiveness on offense.

15. San Diego Chargers - Lane Johnson OT Oklahoma
The Chargers move down a bit and pick up an extra pick and still get their guy. Johnson is a no-brainer, here, with the Chargers huge problems on the offensive line. With Jermon Bushrod being signed, the Chargers go from having the worst starting OTs in the game to having two very solid players at that spot.

16. St. Louis Rams - Floyd Warmack G Alabama
The Rams, having two 1st round picks, go the luxery route here and take the top player on the board, regardless of position. They are weak at guard as it is, but adding Warmack gives them a huge upgrade and likely the top guard in the league before too long.

17. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jarvis Jones OLB Georgia
The Steelers stand pat and get the best player in the draft. Jones has concerns with his spine and will also fall because he lacks amazing workouts or measurables, but the dude can play, and the Steelers get a steal here.

18. Dallas Cowboys - Jonathon Hankins DT Ohio State
With Jay Ratliff likely on his way out, the situation for the Cowboys at DT went from bad to worse. Luckily, the have a huge need at DT in one of the deepest DT classes years.

San Fransisco trades their 1st and 2nd round picks to the Giants for their 1st pick

19. San Fransisco 49ers - Keenan Allen WR Cal
The 49ers, having a ton of picks, decide to use a couple and move up to take arguably the top pure WR in the class. Michael Crabtree and Vernon Davis are their only receiving threats, so they will be looking to add another one.

20. Chicago Bears - Alec Ogeltree LB Georgia
The Bears will likely part with Urlacher, though he was horrible last year anyways. With that being the case, they need a replacement. Ogeltree is raw, having only played a handful of games at LB, but he has all the physical tools you could ask for to be elite.

21. Cincinatti Bengals - Manti Te'o LB Notre Dame
The Bengals are weak at LB, so it makes sense for them to draft the top LB on the board.

22. St. Louis Rams - Matt Elam S Florida
The Rams now look to fill one of their biggest needs at safety, and they do it with the best safety in college football. If Elam had played longer and had better measurables, he would be a no doubt top 10 pick. Big steal, here.

23. Minnesota Vikings - Sheldon Richardson DT Missouri
The Vikings snatch the falling Richardson to fill a need that may not be immediate, but will be when Kevin Williams calls it quits.

Arizona trades their 2nd and 4th round picks as well as their 1st pick next year to Indianapolis for their 1st and 5th round picks

24. Arizona Cardinals - Mike Glennon QB NC State
Arizona loves Mike Glennon, so they make the big move up to get him. They sacrifice a lot, but they need a QB desperately, as it is the only thing holding them back from being a contender.

25. Seattle Seahawks - Kawaan Short DT Purdue
The Seahawks biggest need is a good penetrating DT. Luckily, this draft is deep for those types of guys, and they snatch one up here.

Buffalo trades their two 2nd round picks to the Packers for their 1st pick

26. Buffalo Bills - Tyler Wilson QB Arkansas
The Bills follow suite of the Cardinals and move up to take a QB. Fitz proved he was a fluke and is not a starting caliber QB. Wilson can challenge for the job right away.

27. Houston Texans - Deandre Hopkins WR Clemson
Even with Andre Johnson, the Texans have one of the weakest receiving corps in the NFL. No doubt they will take one early.

28. Denver Broncos - Jonathon Jenkins DT Georgia
The Broncos want to get younger along the defensive line, and they also want to get bigger.

29. New England Patriots - Jonathon Banks CB Mississippi State
The Pats will lose Aqib Talib to FA, and they werent particularly strong at CB, anyways.

30. Atlanta Falcons - Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame
The Falcons dont have any threats behind the now retired Tony Gonzalez, so they will take one in the first two rounds.

31. New York Giants - Kevin Minter ILB LSU
The Giants moved down to get better value on Minter to fill their big need at ILB. He can fill in right away.

32. Baltimore Ravens - Tavon Austin WR West virginia
The Ravens dont really have any needs, so they will go the BPA route here. Austin is a great offensive weapon and will add another dimension to their offense.


33. Jacksonville Jaguars - Datone Jones DE UCLA
The Jags continue rebuilding the defensive line, this time adding a big DE that compliments Cliff Avril very well.

34. Kansas City Chiefs - Jonathon Cooper G North Carolina
The Chiefs go the BPA route, here. They took Joeckel in the first, and now continue building their offensive line, adding Cooper, who is a legit 1st round talent.

35. Philadelphia Eagles - Xavier Rhodes CB Florida State
The Eagles are very weak in the secondary, so they will likely spend some early picks on the position. Rhodes needs some developing, but he looks to be a very solid CB or S.

Dallas trades their 2nd and 3rd round picks to Detroit for their 2nd pick

36. Dallas Cowboys - Sam Montgomery DE LSU
The Cowboys see Montgomery falling and move right up to snag him. With Anthony Spencer moving on, the Cowboys need to replace him.

37. Cincinnati Bengals - Margus Hunt DE SMU
The Bengals arent particularly weak at DE, but with this extra pick, they decide to go after a DE with huge potential.

38. Indianapolis Colts - Jesse Williams DT Alabama
The Colts need a NT for their 3-4 defense, and Williams played that in one of the best defenses in the country. He will wow many at the combine, and will go higher than he should.

39. New York Jets - Giovanni Bernard RB North Carolina
The Jets cut Greene, so they will be looking to replace him.

40. Tennessee Titans - Sylvester Williams DT North Carolina
The Titans need a DT next to Casey pretty badly, so they will take one with one of their first picks.

41. Green Bay Packers - Eddie Lacy RB Alabama
The Packers had a carosel of RBs last year, so they will be looking to add some stability to the position.

42. Miami Dolphins - Alex Okafer DE Texas
The Dolphins continue adding to the defense, taking the top player on the board in Okafer.

St. Louis trades their 2nd and 4th round picks to Miami for their 2nd round picks

43. St. Louis Rams - Manelik Watson OT Florida State
The Rams move up to get Watson, who is raw as hell, but is a freak athlete who has the tools to be an elite NFL OT.

44. Green Bay Packers - Corey Lemonier DE Auburn
The Packers take the BPA to help build their pass rush. They havent had a solid pass rusher opposite Clay Mathews since they got him.

45. San Diego Chargers - Dallas Thomas G Tennessee
The Chargers need to replace Vasquez with a guy that fits the ZBS better.

46. Miami Dolphins - Terrance Williams WR Baylor
The Dolphins need a long-term #1 WR for Ryan Tannehill. Williams with Jennings makes their WR corps a lot better.

47. Detroit Lions - Travis Frederick G Wisconsin
The Lions need a guard to replace Stephen Peterman. They want to get more of a push in the run game, and Frederick is the perfect guy to do that.

48. Pittsburgh Steelers - Kevin Reddick ILB North Carolina
The Steelers continue rebuilding their LB corps, this time adding Reddick, who is perfect for their defense.

49. New York Giants - DJ Fluker OT Alabama
The Giants are re-tooling their offensive line. Fluker will have a seamless transition from Alabama to their physical offensive front.

50. Chicago Bears - Justin Pugh OT Syracuse
The BEars need all the offensive line help they can get. Pugh is an underrated prospect who looks to be a solid LT or RT in the NFL.

The New York Jets trade their 3rd, 4th and 2nd round picks next year to the Redskins for their 2nd round pick

51. New York Jets - Ryan Nassib QB Syracuse
The Jets move up to try and find the QB to take over for the bust Mark Sanchez. He will compete for the starting spot.

52. Minnesota Vikings - Logan Ryan CB Rutgers
The Vikings need a lot of help at CB, so they will likely take one in the first two rounds.

53. Cincinatti Bengals - Le'veon Bell RB Michigan State
The Bengals need a new RB, so they will take a guy they think can take the bulk of the carries.

54. Miami Dolphins - Chris Faulk OT LSU
The Dolphins will have a competition for the LT spot left behind by Jake Long. Faulk was a potential first rounder before his injury, so the Dolphins take the risk.

55. Green Bay Packers - Kyle Long OT Oregon
The Packers dont need O-line help that bad, but they go the BPA route in Long, who is a prototypical Packers offensive lineman.

56. Seattle Seahawks - Da'Rick Rodgers WR
The Seahawks dont have bad WRs, but they could use another deep threat.

57. Houston Texans - EJ Manuel QB Florida State
The Texans probably dont think Schaub can take them to the SB, so they should be looking to add a developmental QB prospect with a high ceiling.

58. Denver Broncos - Zach Ertz TE Stanford
TE isnt a huge need, btu they didnt get a lot of production from that spot.

59. Minnesota Vikings - Larry Warford G Kentucky
The Vikings could get better at guard, and Warford was dominant last year.

60. Atlanta Falcons - Tank Carradine DE Florida State
The Falcons have a lot of question marks at DE. They need to get younger there.

61. New York Giants - Bennie Logan DT LSU
The Giants continue building the trenches, this time adding a good penetrating DT.

62. Baltimore Ravens - Brennan Williams OT North Carolina
Williams had a lot of hype before his injury. The Ravens will be looking for an OT to succeed McKinney.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 8:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hate trading up, like the player. Also you have Chance Warmack as Floyd Warmack

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 8:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

First, William Moore will not leave Atlanta. If a long term deal isn't done, he will be franchised.

Second, it feels like most of your free agents are going to Indy, Cincy, or Miami.

Third, Atlanta would be better off addressing defensive line in the first round considering there is a lot of talent still available at 30, and the tight ends in the 2-4 rounds aren't too far off the value of Eifert.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 8:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like the picks for the Cards but I do not like that trade, too lopsided IMHO

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 8:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Other than Mike Wallace this was pretty meh for Cleveland.

We're switching to a 3-4, so how would Osi & Werner work?
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 8:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I love Ansah for us. I would prefer more activity in free agency, but that's not a big deal. I love trading down, but I would also love to stay pat and take Montgomery to pimp out our DL. Also, I prefer Fluker over Frederick.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 8:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like the Panthers pick, but I do not think they would waste a trade on moving up to grab him when the difference between him, Richardson and Hankins is minimal.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I actually like this a lot for the Jets. Mingo fills our need as a pass-rusher, Bernard could be our feature RB, and Nassib would probably start from day 1, even with Sanchez on the roster
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Other than resigning ASmith and Mjohnson, i absolutely hate this for the bengals. Ahmad Bradshaw and Urlacher? We have the lawfirm, so why Bradshaw. We have Burfict, so why sign Urlacher just to turn around and take Teo? Then we take a project DE in hunt? Again, why if we just resigned MJ? And last but not least, we finally decide to address our need for youth at RB by taking yet another slow RB in Bell? I'd vomit if this happened. Not trying to be harsh, but this has no logic in it whatsoever. it looks like you saw a big amount of cap space and randomly put players there.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Phins done blowed up in this mock offseason Shocked

What happened to the Bucs 2nd round pick?

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So we sign SJax and draft Lacy with our first pick? No way. We have Dujuan Harris who has earned a roster spot, Alex Green who is being developed into the 3rd down back and James Starks is still under contract. I can not see us carrying 4-5 RB's. I would rather not spend a high pick on Lacy. Then the Kyle Long pick really doesn't make sense either, he can't play center. We have TJ Lang and Josh Sitton at Guard, both just signed new longer term contracts, Bryan Bulaga at RT and Derek Sherrod and Marshall Newhouse to fight of LT, there is no room for Long. I guess I am ok with Lemonier even though we did draft Nick Perry in the 1st round last year...
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I'm ok with Moore if Joeckel and Star are off the board, but I don't understand bringing in Kary Williams and Xavier Rhodes when the Eagles already have Asomugha and DRC. Do the Eagles not re-sign DRC and cut Asomugha? If so, I think you should include where they go in FA.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great trade, bad pick. We don't need to use such a high pick on a NT, give us Sly Williams.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

deuces22wild wrote:
Phins done blowed up in this mock offseason Shocked

Wow I love this lol.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Resigning Cook = A+
Signing Levitre = A+
Signing Moore = A+

Although we already have a good CB duo in McCourty and Verner, I like the Milliner pick because we use alot of nickel packages and you filled huge needs in FA which means we won't have to address in the draft. Good pick in the 2nd as well.

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