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PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2013 8:57 pm    Post subject: 3 round mock Reply with quote

Round 1
1. Kansas City Chiefs: DE Ezekial Ansah (BYU) SR, 6'5-1/4", 271 pounds
2. Jacksonville Jaguars: QB Geno Smith (West Virginia) SR, 6'2-3/8", 218 pounds
3. Oakland Raiders: DE/OLB Dion Jordan (Oregon) SR, 6'6-1/4", 248 pounds
4. Philadelphia Eagles: DL Star Lotulelei (Utah) SR, 6'2", 311 pounds
5. Detroit Lions: OT Eric Fisher (Central Michigan) SR, 6'7-1/4", 306 pounds
6. Cleveland Browns: CB Dee Milliner (Alabama) JR, 5'11-7/8", 201 pounds
7. Arizona Cardinals: OT Luke Joeckel (Texas A&M) JR, 6'6", 306 pounds
8. Buffalo Bills: QB Ryan Nassib (Syracuse) SR, 6'2-1/8", 227 pounds
9. New York Jets: OLB Barkevious Mingo (Louisiana State) JR, 6'4-1/4", 241 pounds
10. Tennessee Titans: OG Chance Warmack (Alabama) SR, 6'2", 317 pounds
11. San Diego Chargers: OT Lane Johnson (Oklahoma) SR, 6'6", 303 pounds
12. Miami Dolphins: DE Bjoern Werner (Florida State) JR, 6'3-1/4", 266 pounds
13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DT Sharrif Floyd (Florida) JR, 6'2-5/8", 297 pounds
14. Carolina Panthers: CB Xavier Rhodes (Florida State) JR, 6'1-1/2", 210 pounds
15. New Orleans Saints: DL Sheldon Richardson (Missouri) JR, 6'2-1/2", 294 pounds
16. St. Louis Rams: WR Tavon Austin (West Virginia) SR, 5'8-1/2", 174 pounds
17. Pittsburgh Steelers: OLB Jarvis Jones (Georgia) JR, 6'2", 245 pounds
18. Dallas Cowboys: S Kenny Vaccaro (Texas) SR, 6'0", 214 pounds
19. New York Giants: DE Cornellius Carradine (Florida State) SR, 6'4", 276 pounds
20. Chicago Bears: OL Jonathan Cooper (North Carolina) SR, 6'2-1/8", 311 pounds
21. Cincinnati Bengals: S Jonathan Cyprien (Florida International) SR, 6'0", 217 pounds
22. St. Louis Rams: OL D.J. Fluker (Alabama) JR, 6'4-5/8", 339 pounds
23. Minnesota Vikings: WR Cordarrelle Patterson (Tennessee) JR, 6'1-7/8", 216 pounds
24. Indianapolis Colts: WR Keenan Allen (California) JR, 6'2-1/8", 206 pounds
25. Minnesota Vikings: LB Arthur Brown (Kansas State) SR, 6'0", 241 pounds
26. Green Bay Packers: NT Jesse Williams (Alabama) SR, 6'3", 323 pounds
27. Houston Texans: WR DeAndre Hopkins (Clemson) JR, 6'1", 214 pounds
28. Denver Broncos: DE Datone Jones (UCLA) SR, 6'3-7/8", 283 pounds
29. New England Patriots: WR Stedman Bailey (West Virginia) JR, 5'10-1/4", 193 pounds
30. Atlanta Falcons: CB Desmond Trufant (Washington) SR, 5'11-5/8", 190 pounds
31. San Francisco 49ers: TE Tyler Eifert (Notre Dame) JR, 6'5-1/2", 250 pounds
32. Baltimore Ravens: ILB Alec Ogletree (Georgia) JR, 6'2-1/2", 242 pounds

Round 2
1. Jacksonville Jaguars: OT Menelik Watson (Florida State) JR, 6'5-1/8", 310 pounds
2. San Francisco 49ers: NT John Jenkins (Georgia) SR, 6'4", 346 pounds
3. Philadelphia Eagles: QB E.J. Manuel (Florida State) SR, 6'4-5/8", 237 pounds
4. Detroit Lions: DE DaMontre Moore (Texas A&M) JR, 6'4-1/2", 250 pounds
5. Cincinnati Bengals: RB Eddie Lacy (Alabama) JR, 5'11", 231 pounds
6. Arizona Cardinals: QB Matt Barkley (Southern Cal) SR, 6'2-1/2", 227 pounds
7. New York Jets: S Matt Elam (Florida) JR, 5'9-7/8", 208 pounds
8. Tennessee Titans: CB David Amerson (North Carolina State) JR, 6'1", 205 pounds
9. Buffalo Bills: WR Justin Hunter (Tennessee) JR, 6'3-5/8", 196 pounds
10. Miami Dolphins: CB Johnthan Banks (Mississippi State) SR, 6'2", 185 pounds
11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: CB Jamar Taylor (Boise State) SR, 5'10-5/8", 192 pounds
12. Carolina Panthers: S D.J. Swearinger (South Carolina) SR, 5'10-1/2", 208 pounds
13. San Diego Chargers: CB Darius Slay (Mississippi State) SR, 5'11-7/8", 192 pounds
14. St. Louis Rams: S Bacarri Rambo (Georgia) SR, 6'0", 211 pounds
15. Dallas Cowboys: OG Larry Warford (Kentucky) SR, 6'3", 332 pounds
16. Pittsburgh Steelers: WR Robert Woods (Southern Cal) JR, 6'0-3/8", 201 pounds
17. New York Giants: ILB Kevin Minter (Louisiana State) JR, 5'11-3/4", 246 pounds
18. Chicago Bears: LB Sio Moore (Connecticut) SR, 6'0-3/4", 245 pounds
19. Washington Redskins: S Phillip Thomas (Fresno State) SR, 6'0-1/2", 208 pounds
20. Minnesota Vikings: CB Robert Alford (Southeastern Louisiana) SR, 5'10-1/8", 188 pounds
21. Cincinnati Bengals: QB Tyler Wilson (Arkansas) SR, 6'2-1/8", 215 pounds
22. Miami Dolphins: OL Kyle Long (Oregon) SR, 6'6-1/8", 313 pounds
23. Green Bay Packers: CB Dwayne Gratz (Connecticut) SR, 5'11-1/8", 201 pounds
24. Seattle Seahawks: DL Kawann Short (Purdue) SR, 6'3", 299 pounds
25. Houston Texans: NT Sylvester Williams (North Carolina) SR, 6'2-5/8", 313 pounds
26. Denver Broncos: ILB Manti Te'o (Notre Dame) SR, 6'1-1/4", 241 pounds
27. New England Patriots: DE Margus Hunt (Southern Methodist) SR, 6'8-1/8", 277 pounds
28. Atlanta Falcons: OLB Jamie Collins (Southern Mississippi) SR, 6'3-1/2", 250 pounds
29. San Francisco 49ers: OL Barrett Jones (Alabama) SR, 6'4-1/4", 306 pounds
30. Baltimore Ravens: WR Da'Rick Rogers (Tennessee Tech) JR, 6'2-1/2", 217 pounds

Round 3
1. Kansas City Chiefs: ILB Khaseem Greene (Rutgers) SR, 6'0-3/4", 241 pounds
2. Jacksonville Jaguars: DE Cornelius Washington (Georgia) SR, 6'4", 265 pounds
3. Detroit Lions: CB Jordan Poyer (Oregon State) SR, 5'11-7/8, 191 pounds
4. Oakland Raiders: OLB Zaviar Gooden (Missouri) SR, 6'1-1/2", 234 pounds
5. Philadelphia Eagles: CB Logan Ryan (Rutgers) JR, 5'11-1/8", 191 pounds
6. Cleveland Browns: S Shamarko Thomas (Syracuse) SR, 5'8-7/8", 213 pounds
7. Arizona Cardinals: S T.J. McDonald (Southern Cal) SR, 6'2-1/2", 219 pounds
8. Tennessee Titans: OLB Alex Okafor (Texas) SR, 6'4", 264 pounds
9. Buffalo Bills: DE/OLB Corey Lemonier (Auburn) JR, 6'3-3/8", 255 pounds
10. New York Jets: RB Giovani Bernard (North Carolina) SO, 5'8-3/8", 202 pounds
11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: S Eric Reid (Louisiana State) JR, 6'1-1/4", 213 pounds
12. San Francisco 49ers: S Shawn Williams (Georgia) SR, 5'11-7/8", 213 pounds
13. New Orleans Saints: OT Terron Armstead (Arkansas-Pine Bluff) SR, 6'4-3/8", 306 pounds
14. San Diego Chargers: OLB Brandon Jenkins (Florida State) SR, 6'2-1/2", 251 pounds
15. Miami Dolphins: CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson (Connecticut) SR, 6'0-3/4", 195 pounds
16. St. Louis Rams: OLB Sean Porter (Texas A&M) SR, 6'1-1/4", 229 pounds
17. Pittsburgh Steelers: NT Johnathan Hankins (Ohio State) JR, 6'2-7/8", 320 pounds
18. Dallas Cowboys: C Travis Frederick (Wisconsin) JR, 6'3-5/8", 312 pounds
19. New York Giants: OL Justin Pugh (Syracuse) SR, 6'4-1/2", 307 pounds
20. Miami Dolphins: RB Marcus Lattimore (South Carolina) JR, 5'11-1/4", 221 pounds
21. Minnesota Vikings: OLB Jelani Jenkins (Florida) JR, 6'0", 243 pounds
22. Cincinnati Bengals: ILB Jonathan Bostic (Florida) SR, 6'0-7/8", 245 pounds
23. Washington Redskins: OT Brennan Williams (North Carolina) SR, 6'6-1/8", 318 pounds
24. Indianapolis Colts: OL Dallas Thomas (Tennessee) SR, 6'5", 302 pounds
25. Seattle Seahawks: OT Xavier Nixon (Florida) SR, 6'5-1/2", 321 pounds
26. Green Bay Packers: OL Brian Schwenke (California) SR, 6'3", 314 pounds
27. Houston Texans: ILB Nico Johnson (Alabama) SR, 6'2", 248 pounds
28. Denver Broncos: DL Bennie Logan (Louisiana State) JR, 6'2", 309 pounds
29. New England Patriots: WR Markus Wheaton (Oregon State) SR, 5'11", 189 pounds
30. Atlanta Falcons: TE Travis Kelce (Cincinnati) SR, 6'4-7/8", 255 pounds
31. San Francisco 49ers: OLB Chase Thomas (Stanford) SR, 6'3", 244 pounds
32. Baltimore Ravens: OT Ricky Wagner (Wisconsin) SR, 6'5-7/8", 308 pounds
33. Houston Texans (compensatory): OLB Sam Montgomery (Louisiana State) JR, 6'3-1/4", 262 pounds
34. Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory): WR Terrance Williams (Baylor) SR, 6'2", 208 pounds
35. Tennessee Titans (compensatory): TE Zach Ertz (Stanford) JR, 6'5", 249 pounds
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2013 9:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Excellent Steelers mock draft. That would be terrific if the first three rounds went that way.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2013 9:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

awesome for the jets!
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2013 9:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great Jags draft
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2013 9:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

if we must go TE in the 3rd i'll take Ertz there thank you very much sir.

Although i still don't want a TE that early Wink

Would have rather went Ogletree, Collins, and BW Webb if we were taking a chance on a guy with off field issues.

Or i can even go with

DE - Moore

LB - Greene

CB - Webb

while staying away from off field issues and hit our needs over a TE Smile
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2013 9:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Awesome 1st RD for the Vikes!

RD2 not so much...CB is a need but seems too high to take him there...would easily go DT there and couldnt go wrong with either Short or Sly Williams(our FO seems high on him)

RD3 is not great either..we do need lb depth but not this high...we do need a starting CB and since we didnt take one RD2 in my scenario one of the other CBs would likely drop to us, lets just say Blidi Wreh-Wilson since he goes right before us. Wink

RD1 WR Patterson/LB Brown
RD2 DT Williams
RD3 CB Wreh-Wilson

That would be straight butter!
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2013 9:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great 1st rounder pretty weak next two rounds. Barkley+Cardinals=Arains fired in year 3
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2013 9:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great first rd for MN. However, id rather have Sylvester Williams or Short over Alford, plus I am not sure Alford is an ideal fit in the Cover 2. He is kind of slight.

Give MN a round 3 CB instead.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2013 9:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

not a fan from a niners perspective...our biggest need is safety, and we don't address it until round three? there's no reason for us to wait. eifert is basically a waste for us; he'd be a back up tight end with limited production. his value to us isn't as high as it is to other teams; we can match that production with a tight end in the third or fourth (not to say someone like kelce or macdonald is nearly as good as eifert, its just the position and role that they would play in our offense). Jenkins is an play selection, but this may be a little high for him. I wouldn't complain though if we took him here.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2013 9:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
Great Jags draft
Yes, it is awesome if the standards for "awesome" have dropped so much that reaching for a QB at #2 and for a DE in the 3rd can be called awesome.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2013 10:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

FalconFan13 wrote:
if we must go TE in the 3rd i'll take Ertz there thank you very much sir.

Although i still don't want a TE that early Wink

Would have rather went Ogletree, Collins, and BW Webb if we were taking a chance on a guy with off field issues.

Or i can even go with

DE - Moore

LB - Greene

CB - Webb

while staying away from off field issues and hit our needs over a TE Smile
I'd rather have a TE that can block. Especially a guy like Kelce. And Kelce's off the field issues were rectified and he was eventually a captain for the same coach. he was humbled.

Ertz isn't as good as Kelce. not even close. have you watched both play?

Also, DaMontre Moore isn't a good fit for the "explosive athlete" Dimitroff likes. Plus his off field isn't what you want either.
BW Webb isn't worth a 3rd round pick either. come on man. You know I know my stuff.
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JagsFanInNY wrote:
Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
Great Jags draft
Yes, it is awesome if the standards for "awesome" have dropped so much that reaching for a QB at #2 and for a DE in the 3rd can be called awesome.
I'm sorry I gave them a franchise QB that they are likely to be taking in real life, a long term starting RT and a perfect fit for their zone scheme and a Leo who is going to go higher on draft day than FF realizes.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2013 10:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great mock for Indy.
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JagsFanInNY wrote:
Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
Great Jags draft
Yes, it is awesome if the standards for "awesome" have dropped so much that reaching for a QB at #2 and for a DE in the 3rd can be called awesome.


Geno is a genuine QB prospect. I am perfectly fine with him at #2.

Cornelius Washington is raw, but he has tremendous upside and versatility. In the third round, that's a good selection.
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Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
JagsFanInNY wrote:
Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
Great Jags draft
Yes, it is awesome if the standards for "awesome" have dropped so much that reaching for a QB at #2 and for a DE in the 3rd can be called awesome.


Geno is a genuine QB prospect. I am perfectly fine with him at #2.

Cornelius Washington is raw, but he has tremendous upside and versatility. In the third round, that's a good selection.
Genuine is a strange word to use as justifying him at #2. He has too many issues in his game for a team with the needs of the Jaguars to go spending on him. They are better off giving the new staff Gabbert to work with. As for Washington, there are guys I like better for the scheme and do not think Washington before the 4th round makes sense for anybody. In a fairly deep DE draft, no need to reach.
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