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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 12:57 pm    Post subject: My First Ever Mock Draft drowned in Maple Syrup. Reply with quote

1 Houston : QB Blake Bortles UCF
When you need a Franchise QB and your HC is O'Brien, you take a franchise QB

2 St Louis : WR Sammy Watkins Clemson
This draft is deep at Tackle and I am a personal fan of Barksdale as their future RT. The Rams elect to go with the pick that should get Bradford over the hump.

3 Jacksonville : DE Jadeveon Clowney South Carolina
Overall Best Player in the draft. Jags defense starting to look real legit. This only helps. They can grab a QB later.

*TRADE*
The Vikings trade their 2014 1st round pick (8th), 2nd round pick(40th) to Cleveland for the 4th overall pick.


4 Minnesota : QB Teddy Bridgewater Louisville
The Vikings make a big splash and grab their franchise QB. Bridgewater, AP, Patterson, and Rudolph is a lot of weapons for Turner to work with.

5 Oakland : LB Khalil Mack Buffalo
Raiders go BPA approach that happens to fill a need.

6 Atlanta : OT Greg Robinson Auburn
Falcons desperately need to find a way to protect Matt Ryan. They land the drafts best Tackle.

7 Tampa Bay : OT Jake Mathews Texas A&M
They would have loved to see Bridgewater fall into their laps but they'll settle for the most complete Tackle in the draft. He can be plugged in at RT from day 1 giving the Bucs very good book-end tackles.

8 Cleveland : WR Mike Evans Texas A&M
It doesn't matter who their QB is if they don't surround him with weapons. Evans, Gordon and Cameron in the same lineup creates a lot of issues for defences. Any QB could do well with them (Hoyer?)

9 Buffalo : OT Taylor Lewan Michigan
The Bills would have been happier with either Texas A&M guys falling to them, however, Lewan is a Blue collar worker and will fit in nicely in Buffalo. Day 1 starter at RT.

10 Detroit : J.Gilbert CB Oklahoma St
The Lions need help at CB and Gilbert is the best option at 10. He'll help defend the big time WR's in the NFC North.

11 Tennessee : A.Barr OLB UCLA
Switching to a 3-4 defense means they'll have to add key pieces (D.Jackson). Barr is your prototypical 3-4 OLB and should help create pressure on opposing QB's.

12 NY Giants : DT Aaron Donald Pittsburgh
With the top 3 OL off the board the Giants look to address their D-line. The Giants could afford to get younger upfront and Donald is force up the middle.

13 St Louis : SS Ha-Ha Clinton Dix Alabama
Pairing the ferocious Dix with last years 3rd round pick McDonald would make one of the better S tandems in the league.

14 Chicago : DT Timmy Jernigan Florida St.
This is an easy pick. The Bears need as much help as possible on defense and Jernigan is arguably the best DT in the draft.

15 Pittsburgh : CB D.Dennard Michigan St
The Steelers need to keep building on this aging secondary, Dennard is a prototypical Steeler pick.

16 Dallas : DE K.Ealy Missouri
He is the highest ranked Defensive player on the board and fills a need for Dallas.

17 Baltimore : WR Marquees Lee USC
Even after adding Steve Smith the Ravens are in need for a long term answer at the #2 WR position.

18 NY Jets : TE Eric Ebron North Carolina
An easy argument could be made for a WR over TE but with Decker and Nelson paired up with Ebron and Cumberland the Jets could run a lot of two TE sets which should help Geno Smith.

19 Miami : OL Z.Martin Notre Dame
Not sure there is really another option.

20 Arizona : DE Dee Ford Auburn
This guy gets after the QB period. In the NFC West that is very important in winning. They'll find a place to play him.

21 Green-Bay : FS Calvin Pryor Louisville
Packers need to upgrade their Safety position. Pryor is apart of the new breed of Safeties coming into the league. He'll fit in nicely that Defense.

22 Philadelphia : ILB C.J Mosley Alabma
Eagles need to address their defense. Mosley will be a great fit in Philadelphia.

23 Kansas City : WR Odell Beckham Jr. LSU
A nice complimentary WR to pair with Dwayne Bowe. Gives Smith another weapon.

24 Cincinnati : CB J. Verrett TCU
The Bengals need to get younger at CB. His speed makes up for his size and he plays a lot bigger then 5'9.

25 San Diego : NT Louis Nix Note Dame
The Chargers currently don't have a true NT on the roster. Nix is great value here.

26 Cleveland : QB Derek Carr Fresno St.
This should work out a lot better then the last two times the Browns took a QB in the 20's. Carr has the best arm in the draft and would easily have been a top 10 pick if he played against better competition. Won't be forced to play right away either with Hoyer still around.

27 New Orleans : CB Bradley Robey Ohio St.
Saints need another CB to complete their dominant secondary.

28 Carolina : WR Brandin Cooks Oregon St.
He fell a lot farther then most thought, but he falls into a situation where he'll start right away and see a lot of balls. Carolina needs weapons in the worst way.

29 New England : DT R.Hageman Minnesota
The Patriots will likely trade out of here, but if they stay put I expect them to address their D-line. With Wilfork gone they need to find a replacement.

30 San Francisco : WR Jordan Mathews Vanderbilt
This pick has nothing to do with his relation to jerry Rice. Okay maybe a bit. I think Mathews has the ability to become the best WR from this class and he'll fit in nicely out in San Francisco.

31 Denver : OG David Yankey Stanford
I have Yankey as the highest rated Guard. The Bronco's need to replace Beadles.

32 Seattle : OT Morgan Moses Virginia
I like Moses a lot better then Kouandjio. He will slide in at RT from day 1 and the Hawks won't miss a beat on offense.

Round 2:

1 Houston : RT Cyrus Kouandjio Alabama
2 Washington : CB Marcus Roberson Florida
3 Cleveland : OG Xavier Su'a-filo UCLA
4 Oakland : QB Jonny Manziel Texas A&M
5 Atlanta Falcons : SS Jimmie Ward
6 Tampa Bay : DT S. Tuitt Notre Dame
7 Jacksonville : QB Jimmy Garoppolo Eastern Illinois
8 *Browns : RB Carlos Hyde Ohio St.
9 Buffalo : TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins Washington
10 Tennessee : DT Dominique Easley Florida
11 NY Giants : OT/OG Joel Bitonio Nevada
12 St Louis Rams : OG C.Richardson Baylor
13 Detroit : WR Kelvin Benjamin Florida St.
14 Pittsburgh Steelers : DE Scott Crichton Oregon St.
15 Dallas Cowboys : FS Ed Reynolds Stanford
16 :Baltimore Ravens : OT Antonio Richardson Tennessee
17 NY Jets : WR Jarvis Landry LSU
18 Miami Dolphins : RB T.Mason Auburn
19 Chicago Bears : CB Lamarcus Joyner Florida St.
20 Arizona Cardinals : OLB Jeremiah Attochu Georgia Tech
21 Green-Bay Packers : TE Jace Amaro Texas Tech
22 Philadelphia Eagles : OLB Kyle Van Noy BYU
23 Cincinnati Bengals : LB Ryan Shazier Ohio St.
24 San Francisco 49ers : CB Kyle Fuller Virginia Tech
25 San Diego Chargers : LB Trevor Reilly Utah
26 New Orleans Saints : OT Jack Mewhort Ohio St.
27 Indianapolis Colts : WR Allen Robinson Penn St.
28 Carolina Panthers : WR Davante Adams Fresno St.
29 San Francisco 49ers : C Travis Swanson Arkansas
30 New England Patriots : TE T.Niklas Notre Dame
31 Denver Broncos : C.Borland LB Wisconsin
32 Seattle Seahawks : WR Martavis Bryant Clemson
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 1:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ealy is more a 3-4 DE guy so Dallas doesn't have much interest there, More for Ford or Crichton. Reynolds has really fallen down a number of boards and if Dallas takes a FS in the 2nd it is more likely going to be Jimmie Ward from Northern Illinois who they project as a FS.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 1:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is so bad for the Bucs it needs more maple syrup....

We already have a very good RT in Demar Dotson.

Evans, Barr, Ebron or Manziel make way more sense. Heck even Justin Gilbert makes more sense...

Tuitt has no fit in our defense. A TE or Shazier makes more sense
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 1:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I would be very happy if the 49ers walked away with those 3 players! Even though WR Martavis Bryant would be tempting at the bottom of the second round.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 2:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jace Amaro, Allen Robinson, Davante Adams over that DL for the Steelers in Round 2 all day every day.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 2:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You have Cards taking two players who will be playing the same position.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 2:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Bears need a 3-tech, not necessarily just a DT. I don't see Jernigan being the pick.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 2:53 pm    Post subject: hmmm Reply with quote

Great Cleveland draft. Love the trade. However I would take Carr in the 2nd and the Guard with #26 so it all works out in the end. With Hyde though, I would probably be looking for a #2 CB or an ILB. Hyde will more than likely be there in the 3rd.

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 3:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

too much syrup, not enough Teddy Bridgewater. id prefer teddy and kyle fuller or Van Noy
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 4:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I still prefer Ebron for the Lions at #10. While it's fairly easy to see that we struggled against the pass last season and just throw a CB there, that's not really the best thing to do. FS was our weakest position in the secondary, and we do have talent at CB, they just got injured a lot last year. Slay showed promise, and Houston had the worst year of his career in Detroit last year. Having a competent coach to teach the DB's should help. If we draft any CB in the first I really think Jason Verrett would be the guy (preferably through a trade down). He has the ability to be drafted high and be a #1 CB, but he could also be the nickel CB when needed (which is where we would need help actually).

Benjamin is nice in the 2nd, but Kyle Fuller would be nice. He can play boundary CB/nickel CB/FS/whatever which would be really nice.
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Mastercheddaar wrote:
Great Cleveland draft. Love the trade. However I would take Carr in the 2nd and the Guard with #26 so it all works out in the end. With Hyde though, I would probably be looking for a #2 CB or an ILB. Hyde will more than likely be there in the 3rd.

that is all

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Agree with Cheddaar on Hyde, but I don't think Carr lasts until the 2nd like he does, so I absolutely love the trade & first 3 picks for the Browns.
Keep drinking that maple syrup!
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I like both Titans picks but who's D.Jackson?
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 5:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

sandyf wrote:
Ealy is more a 3-4 DE guy so Dallas doesn't have much interest there, More for Ford or Crichton. Reynolds has really fallen down a number of boards and if Dallas takes a FS in the 2nd it is more likely going to be Jimmie Ward from Northern Illinois who they project as a FS.


I'll make the switch to Ford. Allows Arizona to draft Ealy instead.

Ward isn't around when you guys pick in the 2nd.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 5:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bucstopshere wrote:
This is so bad for the Bucs it needs more maple syrup....

We already have a very good RT in Demar Dotson.

Evans, Barr, Ebron or Manziel make way more sense. Heck even Justin Gilbert makes more sense...

Tuitt has no fit in our defense. A TE or Shazier makes more sense


Maybe they'd kick Dotson inside to Guard? I'll likely make the switch to Manziel or Evans.

I'll give you a TE in the 2nd.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 5:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good first 3 picks for the Browns, however Carols Hyde is a massive reach in the second and an ILB or CB there would be much better in terms of our needs.
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