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PostPosted: Fri Mar 07, 2014 12:44 am    Post subject: 6 Round Mock with Pics Reply with quote

1. Houston Texans select QB Blake Bortles UCF- Bortles is the best quarterback in the draft and is a better fit with Bill O'brien than Teddy Bridgewater.

2. St. Louis Rams trade down with the Browns, receive Picks#4 and 71. Browns select QB Johnny Manziel Texas A&M. Manziel would give the Browns franchise the spark that it needs. They haven’t made the playoffs since 2002. There are some questions when it comes to Manziel, but his upside is worth the risk for the Browns.[b]

[b]3. Jacksonville Jaguars select DE Jadeveon Clowney South Carolina. The Jaguars have a big need for pass rushers. Clowney is the best player in this draft and would be a great pick or the Jaguars.


4. St. Louis Rams trade down with the Buccaneers, receive pick#7, 4th round pick, and 2015 3th round pick. Buccaneers select QB Teddy Bridgewater Louisville- Mike Glennon showed some potential in 2013, but the Buccaneers have a new coach and GM so they will look to bring in their guy at QB. Bridgewater is a franchise QB.

5. Raiders select DE/LB Khalil Mack Buffalo- The Raiders need to improve their defense and Mack is the best player available. Mack is a great pass rusher.

6. Atlanta Falcons select OT Greg Robinson Auburn- The Falcons need to upgrade their pass rush, but Robinson would be a great pick if Mack and Clowney are gone. Robinson can play guard or tackle and would be a big upgrade over what they currently have.

7. St. Louis Rams select WR Sammy Watkins- The Rams get great value by trading down twice and still getting a player that they would have considered at number two. Watkins is a legitimate number one receiver.

8. Vikings select CB Justin Gilbert Oklahoma State- Pairing Gilbert with Xavier Rhodes would give the Vikings one of the best young corner tandems in the NFL. Gilbert is the best cornerback in this draft.

[b]9. Bills trade down with the Dolphins, receive picks#19 and 50. Dolphins select OT Jake Matthews Texas A&M- The Dolphins trade up to get a great left tackle. Matthews is a great value at #9 in the draft.


10. Detroit Lions select WR Mike Evans Texas A&M- The Lions need a legitimate number two receiver. Evans is an explosive wide receiver who would be a great compliment to Megatron.

11. Tennessee Titans select OT Taylor Lewan Michigan- The Titans may let go of Taylor Stewart this year. Lewan is probably a right tackle in the NFL.

12. Giants select DT Aaron Donald Pitt- Donald is a very quick lineman who would be a great replacement for Linval Joseph if the Giants lose hime in free agency. Donald had 11 sacks this season for Pittsburgh.

13. St. Louis Rams select LB Anthony Barr UCLA- Barr would be a big upgrade over Dunbar at WLB. Barr is a fast and physical linebacker who can play in any system.

14. The Bears select S Calvin Pryor Louisville- The Bears need to improve their defense and their biggest weakness is at safety. Pryor is a fast, hard hitting safety, something the Bears currently lack.

15. Pittsburgh Steelers trade down with the Chargers, receive pick# 25 and 57. Chargers select CB Darqueze Dennard Michigan State- The Chargers have a good defense, but lack a number one corner. Dennard is arguably the best corner in this draft.

16. Dallas Cowboys select DT Timmy Jernigan FSU- The Cowboys had a horrible run defense in 2013 and will likely lose Jason Hatcher. Jernigan is a great run defender.

17. Baltimore Ravens select OG Zack Martin Notre Dame- The Ravens really struggled to open up holes for Ray Rice this season. Martin is the best interior lineman in this draft and can also play tackle.

18. New York Jets select TE Eric Ebron North Carolina- The Jets had the worst receiving group in the NFL this season. Ebron would give the Jets a big play threat at tight end.

19. Bills(From Dolphins) select LB CJ Mosley Alabama- Mosley is an instinctive linebacker who can play every down and is great in coverage. Mosley would be a big upgrade over Bradham.

20. Arizona Cardinals select S HaHa Clinton-Dix Alabama. The Cardinals have a great defense but Yeremiah Bell is their big weakness. Adding Clinton-Dix would complete the Cardinals secondary.[b]

[b]21. The Packers trade down with the Browns, receive Pick#26, and a 4th. Browns select WR Odell Beckham LSU- The Browns trade up to get their new quarterback a number two receiver opposite Josh Grodon. Beckham is a very smooth and quick receiver who is a great compliment to Gordon.


22. Eagles select LB Dee Ford Auburn- Ford is an explosive pass rusher who can drop into coverage as well. He is the kind of LB that Chip Kelly likes.

23. The Chiefs trade down with the Panthers, receive pick#28 and a 4th. Panthers select WR Marqise Lee USC- The Panthers are a legitimate super bowl contender, but they need to get Newton more weapons. Lee has the potential to turn into the best WR from this draft.

24. Cincinnati Bengals select CB Jason Verrett TCU- Leon Hall is turning 30 and has two years left on his contract so the Bengals will likely look to draft his eventual replacement. Verrett is a very quick corner who can play outside and cover the slot.

25. Steelers(From Chargers) select DT Ra’shede Hageman Minnesota- Hageman is a perfect fit as a 3-4 DE. He is a very quick lineman who can get after the quarterback.

26. Packers(From Browns) select DT Louis Nix Notre Dame- Nix would be a great replacement for BJ Rajii. Nix is a mountain of a man who would be a great fit in the Packers defense.

27. Saints select DE Kony Ealy Missouri- The Kony Ealy would be a great compliment to Junior Galette at OLB for the Saints.

28. Chiefs(From Panthers) select WR Brandin Cooks Oregon State- The Chiefs lack a number two receiver and may need a new returner if they lose McCluster. Cooks is a dynamic receiver and return man.

29. Patriots trade pick#29 and their 4th to the Texans for pick#33 and their 4th. Texans select CB Kyle Fuller Virginia Tech- The Texans need a better number two corner. Fuller is a physical cover corner who comes up in run support.

30. 49ers select CB Bradley Roby Ohio State- The 49ers may let Carlos Rogers go and they need more depth at corner. Roby is a hard hitting DB who could play safety.

31. Broncos select DE Trent Murphy Stanford- The Broncos need to add more pass rushers at DE. Murphy is an underrated player and great all-around defender.

[b]32. Seahawks select WR Kelvin Benjamin FSU- The Seahawks have several underrated small receivers, but lack a big target for Russell Wilson to throw to.


33. Patriots(From Texans) select OG Xavier Su'a-Filo UCLA- The Su’a-Filo is one of the best guards in the draft, and the Patriots need to do a better job of blocking on the inside.

34. Redskins trade down with the Jaguars, receive pick#39 and a 5th. Jaguars select QB Jimmy Garoppolo Eastern Illinois- The Jaguars need to find a new young QB. Graoppolo has an impressive resume and a quick release with great accuracy.

35. Browns select OT Morgan Moses Virginia Morgan Moses is a great fit at RT for the Browns. Moses can play either tackle spot.

36. Raiders select TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins Washington- Jenkins is a huge tight end with play-making ability. He would bea n upgrade over Rivera.

37. Falcons select DE Scott Crichton Oregon State- The Falcons had one of the worst pass rushing units in the NFL this season. Crichton is a great all-around defender.

38. Buccaneers select LB Ryan Shazier Ohio State- Shazier is a fast, hard hitting linebacker who would be an upgrade over Mason Foster.

39. Redskins(From Jaguars) select S Jimmie Ward Northern Illinois- Ward is a great open field tackler who would be a great replacement for Brandon Meriweather.

40. Vikings select QB Derek Carr Fresno State- Carr really struggled with accuracy in his bowl game, but he has a big arm and a lot of upside. He could be a steal at this point in the draft.

41. Bills select OG Gabe Jackson Mississippi State- Jackson is a 340lbs guard who would help make holes for Spiller.

42. Titans select LB Marcus Smith Louisville- Smith dominated at times this season. He has good size, and is a great pass rusher who is able to drop in coverage.

43. Giants select TE Jace Amaro Texas Tech- The Giants need to upgrade the tight end position. Amaro is a very talented tight end.

44. Rams select T Joel Bitonio Nevada- The Rams have struggled at RT and Bitonio would be a good replacement.

45. Lions select LB Carl Bradford Arizona State- Bradford has a lot of talent. The Lions need more talent at linebacker.

46. Steelers select CB Keith McGill Utah- Ike Taylor is getting old and the Steelers need a number two corner. McGill has great cover skills and size.

47. Cowboys select DL Stephon Tuitt Notre Dame- Adding Jernigan and Tuitt would really help the Cowboys run defense. Tuitt is a big run defender who can also rush the passer.

48. Ravens select WR Jordan Matthews Vanderbilt- The Ravens currently lack a number two receiver. Matthews has good hands and can make people miss after the catch.

49. Jets select WR Martavis Bryant Clemson- The Jets had the worst receiver core in the NFL this season. Bryant is a big fast and fast receiver who could develop into a number one receiver.

50. Bills(From Dolphins) select TE Troy Niklas Notre Dame- Niklas is a big tight end who can run over people in the open field. He is just starting to realize his potential.

[b]51. Bears select CB Marcus Roberson Florida- The Bears may lose Charles Tillman, who is turning 34 this year anyway. Roberson is a talented corner.


52. Cardinals select OT Cameron Fleming Stanford- The Cardinals don’t have a long term starter at either tackle spot.

53. Packers select LB Kyle Van Noy BYU- Van Noy is a fast, hard hitting linebacker who can get after the quarterback. The Packers need more speed and athleticism at linebacker.

54. Eagles select CB Bashaud Breeland Clemson- The Eagles need more talent at CB and Bradley Fletcher is a free agent after this season.

55. Bengals select S Deone Bucannon Washington State- Bucannon is one of the best safeties in the draft and had five interceptions this season. He could provide an upgrade over George Iloka.

56. 49ers select C Marcus Martin USC-The 49ers will soon have to replace Goodwin at center.

57. Steelers(From Chargers) select WR Jarvis Landry LSU- Landry had a great season with LSU this year. The Steelers need a number two receiver.

58. Saints select OG/OT Brandon Thomas Clemson- The Saints need better offensive line play. Brandon Thomas can play guard or tackle.

59. Colts select OG/OT David Yankey Stanford- The Colts need to improve their offensive line. Yankey can play guard or tackle in the NFL.

60. Panthers select S Lamarcus Joyner FSU- The Panthers need help at safety and corner. Joyner is the best defensive player left at this point.

61. 49ers select DE/LB Jackson Jeffcoat Texas- Jeffcoat is a player who is going to impress in the combine and may go much higher than this because of it. The 49ers need more depth at OLB.

62. Patriots trade down with the Raiders, receive pick#67, 6th round pick and 2015 5th round pick. Raiders select QB Zach Mettenberger LSU- The Raiders to find the long term answer at QB. Mettenberger has a lot of talent and would likely go much higher than this if not for an injury.

63. Broncos select CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste Nebraska- DRC is a free agent and Champ Bailey was released. Jean-Baptiste has a lot of potential and great closing speed.

64. Seahawks trade down with the Jets, receive pick#80 and a 4th. Jets select WR Allen Robinson PSU- Robinson is a big, physical receiver who can make plays after the catch. The Jets had the worst wide receiver group in the NFL this season.

65. Houston Texans select LB Jeremiah Attaochu Georgia Tech- The Texans need more pass rushers and talent at OLB .

66. Washington Redskins select LB Chris Borland Wisconsin- Borland is an instinctive player, who will struggle at times due to his size. The Redskins need to replace London Fletcher.

67. Patriots (From Raiders) select C Weston Richburg Colorado State- The Patriots need better play at center. Richburg is one of the best centers in the draft and could play guard.

68. Falcons select DT Caraun Reid Princeton- Reid is a good pass rusher on the inside who would help improve the Falcons pass rush.

69. Jets select S Ed Reynolds Stanford- The Jets have a very good defense that could be elite if they improve the secondary. Reynolds is a free safety with good range.

70. Jaguars select RB Carlos Hyde Ohio State- The Jaguars will likely sign a free agent running back, but Hyde is a good value at this point who would form a good duo with whoever they sign.

71. Rams(From Browns) select CB Loucheiz Purifoy Florida- The Rams released Cortland Finnegan this offseason and Purifoy is a great value at this point.

72. Vikings select S Terrence Brooks Florida State- Brooks would be a good fit opposite Harrison Smith.

73. Bills select OT/OG Billy Turner North Dakota State- The Bills can do better at RT than Erik Pears. Turner would be an upgrade at RT.

74. Giants select WR Davante Adams Fresno State- Adams would help Jernigan and Randle replace Hakeem Nicks. Adams has outstanding hands and is good after the catch.

75. Rams select S Ahmad Dixon Baylor- The Rams need SS to go opposite TJ McDonald. Dixon is a big safety with good range.

76. Lions select CB Pierre Desir Lindenwood- The Lions had to start Rashean Mathis this season. Desir is a tall corner with good cover skills.

77. 49ers select CB Victor Hampton South Carolina- Tarell Brown is a free agent and the 49ers will likely move on from Carlos Rogers after this season. Hampton is a quick and fluid corner who is great in the slot.

78. Cowboys select LB Christian Jones FSU- Jones helped lead the Seminoles to a National Championship and would be a good fit next to Sean Lee in the Cowboys defense.

79. Ravens select DE Will Sutton Arizona State- The Ravens may lose Arthur Jones and Terrence Cody in free agency so they will need to find some new big bodies. Sutton is a big lineman who is very quick.

80. Seahawks(From Jets) select OT Jack Mewhort Ohio State- Breno Giacomini is an average right tackle. Mewhort has the potential to be a very good tackle in the NFL.

81. Dolphins select OT/OG Ja’wuan James Tennessee- Jones is a great value at this point for the Dolphins.

82. Bears select DT Daquan Jones Penn State- The Bears had a horrible run defense last season and Jones is the best defensive player left.

83. Browns(From Steelers) select RB Tre Mason Auburn- The Browns will likely sign a RB in free agency. Mason could be a steal and would challenge to start.

84. Cardinals select WR Paul Richardson Colorado- Richardson would give the Cardinals another good receiver behind Fitzgerald and Floyd. Richardson is a great deep threat.

85. Packers select CB EJ Gaines Missouri- Gaines is a physical corner who shut down several high profile WRs this season. Sam Shields is a free agent this offseason and Tramon Williams is a free agent next offseason.

86. Eagles select OG Cyril Richardson Baylor- Todd Herremans will soon need to be replaced. Richardson would be an upgrade.

87. Chiefs select S Dontae Johnson North Carolina State- Kendrick Lewis is the biggest weakness on the Chiefs defense.

88. Bengals select DT Ego Ferguson LSU- DT is not a big need for the Bengals, but Ferguson is a great value and too good to pass up.

89. Chargers trade down with the Titans, receive 4th and 5th round picks and 2015 4th round pick. Titans select RB Lache Seastrunk Baylor- The Titans may move on from Chris Johnson. Seastrunk is the best RB available at this point in the draft.

90. Colts select CB Rashaad Reynolds Oregon State- The Colts gave up too many big passing plays on defense this year. Reynolds is a fast corner who can also return kicks.

91. Saints select CB Jaylen Watkins Florida- The Saints need to add multiple corners this offseason. Watkins is a talented corner who would eventually challenge for a starting spot.[b]

[b]92. Panthers select LB Telvin Smith FSU- Smith was a great playmaker this season on a national champion defense He would be an upgrade over Chase Blackburn at WLB.


93. Patriots select DE Kareem Martin North Carolina- Martin is a big defensive end who consistently got pressure on the quarterback in North Carolina’s Bowl game.

94. 49ers select WR Donte Moncrief Ole Miss- Moncrief would give the 49ers a better option if Crabtree gets hurt again and would eventually replace Boldin. Moncrief is a big receiver with good hands.

95. Broncos select DE Dominique Easley Florida- Easley is recovering from a torn ACL, but is worth the wait as he is a first round talent. The Broncos can afford to wait for him.

96. Vikings select DT Anthony Johnson LSU- The Vikings will likely move on from Kevin Williams and released Guion.

97. Patriots(From Texans) select DT Kelcy Quarles South Carolina- Kelcy Quarles is a big powerful lineman who would be great next to Chris JOnes.

98. Redskins select OG Trai Turner LSU- Turner would be a good pickup for the Redskins who struggled blocking for Robert Griffin this year.

99. Falcons select C Travis Swanson Arkansas- The Falcons need to do a better job of protecting their franchise QB. Swanson is a good center who can also play guard.

100. Rams(From Buccaneers) select QB AJ McCarron Alabama- Sam Bradford has a big cap number, so this will likely be his last season to prove that he can stay healthy and be productive before the Rams will have to move on. McCaron has great accuracy.

101. Jaguars select LB Jordan Tripp Montana- The Jaguars don’t have a lot of talent at LB outside of Posluszny.

102. Packers(From Browns) select S Kenny Ladler Vanderbilt- The Packers somehow failed to get an interception from the safety position. Ladler would be a good fit opposite Burnett.

103. Raiders select RB Jeremy Hill LSU- The Raiders will likely let McFadden go. Hill is a big quick running back who would be a good compliment to Rashad Jennings.

104. Vikings select RB Charles Sims West Virginia- The Vikings will likely lose Toby Gerhart this offseason. He is a great runner and receiver.

105. Bills select DL Will Clarke West Virginia- Clarke is a tall lineman who is a good pass rusher with potential.

106. Rams select T Antonio Richardson Tennessee- Richardson is a big, talented tackle, but has injury concerns.[/

107. Lions select S Craig Loston LSU- The Lions released Louis Delmas so they will need to find his replacement.

108. Chargers(From Titans) select OG Dakota Dozier Furman- Dozier is a big guard who would help to better protect Rivers.

109. Giants select LB Christian Kirksey Iowa- Kirksey could challenge for a starting spot on the Giants defense.

110. Jaguars select CB Phillip Gaines Rice- The Jaguars were not very good in pass defense this season and need more depth at CB.

111. Seahawks(From Jets) select TE Crockett Gillmore Colorado State- The Seahawks have two mediocre TEs. Gillmore is a big receiving tight end.

112. Dolphins select RB Ka'deem Carey Arizona- Carey is a quicker than fast RB who could be a steal at this point.

113. Bears select LB Lamin Barrow LSU- The Bears need to add more talent to their linebacker core.

114. Steelers select LB Shayne Skov Stanford- The Steelers released Larry Foote. He is a good blitzer and run defender and has experience in a 3-4 defense.

115. Cowboys select S Dion Bailey USC- The Cowboys still haven’t been able to fix the safety position.

116. Cardinals select LB DeMarcus Lawrence Boise State- Lawrence is a quick LB who can make tackles in space. He lacks size, but is worth a fourth round pick.

117. Packers select WR Mike Davis Texas- Davis has the speed to be a good number three receiver.

118. Eagles select LB Trevor Reilly Utah- Reilly can play OLB in a 3-4. He would fit in with the Eagles.

119. Bengals select QB Aaron Murray Georgia- The Bengals need someone to push Andy Dalton.

120. Chiefs select OT James Hurst North Carolina- The Chiefs may lose Branden Albert this offseason. Hurst did a good job against Clowney this season.

121. Chargers select LB Chris Smith Arkansas- The Chargers need more depth and youth at OLB.

122. Saints select TE CJ Fiedorowicz Iowa- Fiedorowicz is a good blocking tight end who is athletic enough to make plays in the passing game. He would be a good backup to Graham.

123. Browns select OG Chris Watt Notre Dame- The Browns need to improve their offensive line.

124. Chiefs(From Panthers) select WR Brandon Coleman Rutgers- The Chiefs still need more playmakers at WR. Coleman would give the Chiefs another big receiver.

125. 49ers select TE AC Leonard Tennessee State- The 49ers don’t have a lot of needs so they can afford to take a risk on Leonard.

126. Texans (From Patriots) select RB Jerick McKinnon Georgia Southern- The Texans will likely let Ben Tate go this ofseason and Arian Foster struggles to stay healthy.

127. Broncos select WR Jared Abbrederis Wisconsin- Abbrederis would give the Broncos more depth at WR.

128. Seahawks select CB Terrance Mitchell Oregon- The Seahawks need more depth at CB where they may lose Walter Thurmond and Brandon Browner.

129. Houston Texans select S Tre Boston North Carolina- Boston is an aggressive safety with great range.

130. Redskins select WR Bruce Ellington South Carolina- The Redskins don’t have a lot of playmakers at WR behind Garcon.

131. Buccaneers select CB Nevin Lawson Utah State- Lawson could go much higher than this and can return kicks.

132. Redskins(From Jaguars) select WR Josh Huff Oregon- The Redskins don’t have a lot of playmakers at WR behind Garcon.

133. Browns select CB Ross Cockrell Duke- Cockrell is a good cover corner who can return kicks.

134. Seahawks(From Raiders) select LB Kevin Pierre-Louis Boston College- Pierre-Louis is the type of fast and athletic linebacker that the Seahawks like.

135. Falcons select RB Bishop Sankey Washington- Jason Snelling has retired and the Falcons need a RB of the future.

136. Vikings select DE Michael Sam Missouri- Sam had 10.5 sacks this season with Missouri. He is a very good pass rusher.

137. Bills select CB Chris Davis Auburn- Davis is a small corner who can return kicks.

138. Jaguars(From Lions) select TE Arthur Lynch Georgia- Lynch is a solid all-around TE.[b]

[b]139. Chargers(From Titans) select RB Terrance West Towson- West ran for over 200 yards four times this season.


140. Giants select RB Devonta Freeman Florida State- Freeman would be a good pick for the Giants who have yet to find a consistent threat at RB.

141. Rams select TE Joe Don Duncan Dixie State- Duncan had 71 receptions this season and would be a good backup to Jared Cook.

142. Jets select LB Prince Shembo Notre Dame- Shembo would go higher than this if not for off the field problems.

143. Dolphins select OG Jon Halapio Florida- Halapio would challenge for a starting spot on the Dolphins.

144. Chicago Bears select CB Ricardo Allen Purdue-Allen is a good cornerback and return man.

145. Pittsburgh Steelers select OT Seantrel Henderson Miami- Henderson has a lot of potential and could develop into a very good right tackle.

146. Cowboys select RB Dri Archer Kent State- Jerry Jones loves speed and Archer would add a new dimension to the Cowboys offense.

147. Jaguars(From Ravens) select DE Aaron Lynch USF- Lynch would give the Jaguars another young pass rusher.

148. Cardinals select DE Taylor Hart Oregon- Hart played in a 3-4 at Oregon and would provide the Cardinals with depth at DE.

149. Packers select LB Khairi Fortt California- The Packers need more talent at LB.

150. Eagles select WR Robert Herron Wyoming- Herron is a talented receiver, but is only 5-9.

151. Chiefs select LB Cassius Marsh UCLA- The Chiefs don’t have a lot of depth behind Houston and Hali.

152. Bengals select OG Anthony Steen Alabama- Steen would go much higher, but he is recovering from surgery.

153. Chargers select WR Cody Latimer Indiana- The Chargers lack depth at WR.

154. Colts select CB Antone Exum Virginia Tech- Exum can play corner and safety.

155. Saints select WR Jeff Janis Saginaw Valley State- Janis is a big receiver with speed.

156. Panthers select OT Cyrus Kouandjio Alabama- Kouandjio has injury and athletic question marks, but is worth the risk here. [b]

[b]157. Eagles(From Patriots) select LB Jordan Zumwalt UCLA- The Eagles need more depth and talent at ILB.


158. 49ers select QB Logan Thomas Virginia Tech- Thomas has more potential than Colt McCoy and could replace him as the backup QB.

159. Broncos select RB Lorenzo Taliaferro Coastal Carolina- The Broncos will likely let Knowshon Moreno go in free agency.

160. Seahawks select DT Jay Bromley Syracuse

161. Texans select OG/OT Michael Schofield Michigan

162. Redskins select DE Josh Mauro Stanford

163. Jaguars select LB Ronald Powell Florida

164. Browns select LB James Gayle Virginia Tech

165. Patriots(From Raiders) select DB Aaron Colvin Oklahoma

166. Falcons select TE Xavier Grimble

167. Bears(From Buccaneers) select RB De’Anthony Thomas Oregon

168. Vikings select WR Jalen Saunders Oklahoma

169. Bills select DT Justin Ellis Louisiana Tech

170. Titans select S Marqueston Huff Wyoming

171. Giants select select CB Deion Belue Alabama

172. Rams select WR Kevin Norwood Alabama

173. Lions select QB Tajh Boyd Clemson

174. Dolphins select WR Ryan Grant Tulane

175. Bears select S Alden Darby Arizona State

176. Steelers select LB Tyler Starr South Dakota

177. Cowboys select DL Daniel McCullers Tennessee

178. Ravens select OG Brandon Linder Miami

179. Jets select DE George Uko USC- Uko would be a good fit as a 3-4 DE.

180. Cardinals select LB Yawin Smallwood Connecticut

181. Packers select OL Kareem Edwards Tennessee State

182. Patriots select S Dezmen Southward Wisconsin

183. Bengals select LB Howard Jones Shepherd

184. Chiefs select DL DeAndre Coleman California

185. Chargers select DE Brent Urban Virginia

186. Saints select DE Ed Stinson Alabama

187. Colts select WR John Brown Pittsburg State

188. Panthers select TE Marcel Jensen Fresno State

189. 49ers select DE Shamar Stephen Connecticut

190. Patriots select TE Richard Rodgers California

191. Broncos CB Bennett Jackson Notre Dame

192. Seahawks select CB Walt Aikens Liberty
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 07, 2014 4:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You have to give a team by team overview of the pics, I lost track of who picked who after all the trades and pictures. I like Mack in the first, in the second Carr would be the pick over ASJ. The rest is up in the air.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 07, 2014 4:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

RaidersAreOne wrote:
You have to give a team by team overview of the pics, I lost track of who picked who after all the trades and pictures. I like Mack in the first, in the second Carr would be the pick over ASJ. The rest is up in the air.


Is Carr really any better than Pryor or McGloin? IMO he isn't so taking him that high would be a waste.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 07, 2014 5:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

JRH54824 wrote:
RaidersAreOne wrote:
You have to give a team by team overview of the pics, I lost track of who picked who after all the trades and pictures. I like Mack in the first, in the second Carr would be the pick over ASJ. The rest is up in the air.


Is Carr really any better than Pryor or McGloin? IMO he isn't so taking him that high would be a waste.


Well you have him going only 4 spots later to the Vikings. And I certainly think he is/will be better than Pryor. He also has alot more potential than McGloin at this point in time. I dont even think that is debatable. You dont skip on a potential QBOTF, especially in round 2.
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Not a big Kelvin Benjamin fan. Too boom/bust for me.
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Philadelphia Eagles
Dee Ford - Ok, he actually isn't what chip wants chip would rather have someone taller I am sure. But it is possible they make exceptions.


Bashaud Breeland- In the second?

Cyril RIchardson- No thanks, don't like him at all.

Trevor Reilly - too old wouldn't draft

Robert Herron - Ok with him.
Jordan Zumwalt - My favorite pick you make for the eagles.
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The worst mock I've seen for the Browns. Horrible trades for players thatdbetherewhen they pick anyway.
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+1 for the time you did use for that.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 07, 2014 8:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm no revisionist but I don't think a high pick team has ever traded down twice within the top 10 before. High highly unlikely it happens.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 07, 2014 8:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good overall Bengals draft. I might pick different players at the same positions at some points, but it hits our needs and board value.

Great overall effort as well.
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Give the Bangals Marcus Martin in 2 and Kareem Martin in 3 please. The rest is good.
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Not sure about the players for the Steelers (especially when the Chargers picked a player the Steelers would like to have), but the trade is great. And since it's a great trade, it won't happen.
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Niklas in 2 and Kouandjio in 4 would make this amazing.
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The Browns trades make absolutely no sense so it is a failure off the bat. The players you have them picking will all be available at those spots or even later so it just does not work.

To make things worse you then have them drafting a guy to play RT when what they need is interior OL help. You have them taking a waste of a pick at RB in Mason then do not address the one hole on defense at ILB.

Just a bad effort all around from a Cleveland perspective.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 07, 2014 9:22 am    Post subject: Re: 6 Round Mock with Pics Reply with quote

JRH54824 wrote:
30. 49ers select CB Bradley Roby Ohio State- The 49ers may let Carlos Rogers go and they need more depth at corner. Roby is a hard hitting DB who could play safety.
So you are basically drafting for depth in the first round. Roby is a solid pick, not my favorite though!
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56. 49ers select C Marcus Martin USC-The 49ers will soon have to replace Goodwin at center.
Yes, and his name is Daniel Kilgore; just re-signed to play at center. They might pick one later on to push him.
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61. 49ers select DE/LB Jackson Jeffcoat Texas- Jeffcoat is a player who is going to impress in the combine and may go much higher than this because of it. The 49ers need more depth at OLB.
MORE DEPTH - and with Smith, Brooks, Lemonier and Skuta already there I beg to differ!
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77. 49ers select CB Victor Hampton South Carolina- Tarell Brown is a free agent and the 49ers will likely move on from Carlos Rogers after this season. Hampton is a quick and fluid corner who is great in the slot.
Not sure his off-field issues go well with Baalke.
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94. 49ers select WR Donte Moncrief Ole Miss- Moncrief would give the 49ers a better option if Crabtree gets hurt again and would eventually replace Boldin. Moncrief is a big receiver with good hands.
Without a doubt the best pick of the them all. Like him as a player and at this spot.
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125. 49ers select TE AC Leonard Tennessee State- The 49ers don’t have a lot of needs so they can afford to take a risk on Leonard.
So they take a chance on a 3. stringer TE in round 4? Hard for me to believe...
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158. 49ers select QB Logan Thomas Virginia Tech- Thomas has more potential than Colt McCoy and could replace him as the backup QB.
Sure they need a new back-up at some point in the draft, and Thomas might be one of the options, but I like others better.
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189. 49ers select DE Shamar Stephen Connecticut.
Solid pick, not my preferred pick here.

Overall I think you did bad; glaring need at SS is totally ignored, and they sit put and see Marqise Lee almost drop to them, they have 12 picks and there is surely NOT 12 open spots on the 49ers roster.
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