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1. Houston Texans: Blake Bortles (QB Central Florida)
It seems more and more likely that the Texans will pass on the best player in the draft to find a franchise QB. Not only does Bortles have the physical attributes that Bill O’Brian new looks for in QBs, he has the a diverse skill set similar to Andrew Luck, with his ability to make all the throws and run the football.

2. St. Louis Rams (From Washington Redskins): Sammy Watkins (WR Clemson)
Watkins is an explosive play-maker, that can stretch the field or make people miss in the open field. He has average height for WRs, but does have a good build to make up for it. He simply makes all the players around him better, with the ability to be a true No. 1 target.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jadaveon Clowney (DE South Carolina)
Clowney is an athletic freak, that is widely considered the best prospect in the entire draft. Jacksonville not only has a need for a dynamic defensive playmaker, but also a defensive minded coach that loves to attack the QB.

4: Cleveland Browns: Mike Evans (WR Texas A&M)
Though the Browns biggest need is at QB, Mike Evans is the type of pass-catcher that could make any offense better. He has the physical size and catch ability to compliment up and comer, Josh Gordon, creating a dangerous tandem.

5. Oakland Raiders: Greg Robinson (OT Auburn)
After the Rodger Saffold failed physical fiasco, the Raiders have a major hole at blind side protection. Robinson is a dominating run-blocker, with good athleticism that handled some of the best defensive lineman in the country, while playing in the SEC.

6. Atlanta Falcons: Khalil Mack (DE/OLB Buffalo)
Mack has the rare size and athletic ability to be a game changer off the edge. Though he comes from a small school, his measureables and performances against top talent prove that he could become just as good (or even better) than Clowney in the NFL. Atlanta needs a strong pass rushing presence after letting John Abraham walk last season.

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Teddy Bridgewater (QB Louisville)
With a new regime coming in, as Lovie Smith returns to Tampa, they have no allegiance to Mike Glennon. Bridgewater fills the biggest question mark for a team with a lot of talent, while bringing in a polished game and the strong leadership ability.

8. Minnesota Vikings: Johnny Manziel (QB Texas A&M)
After failing with Christian Ponder, the Vikings need to address the QB position, with someone who can help them win now. Manziel is an exciting player, that can extend plays while taking attention away from Adrian Peterson and the running game.

9. Buffalo Bills: Jake Matthews (OT Texas A&M)
After investing a first round pick in QB E.J. Manual last year, they need to do all they can to keep him healthy. Matthews understands how to hold blocks for mobile QBs, playing with Johnny Manziel. Plus his bloodlines do not hurt his chances of living up to expectations in the NFL.

10. Detroit Lions: Justin Gilbert (CB Oklahoma State)
The Lions pass defense has been lackluster for years, even with a strong pass rush. Gilbert is a physical CB, who can take on the top-notch opposing No. 1 WRs in the NFC North. He is a complete defensive back, who can lock down one half of the field.

11. Tennessee Titans: Anthony Barr (DE/OLB)
With the transition to a 3-4 defense, they need to add OLB that fit the mold of edge rushers. Barr is a fast LB, that uses athleticism, which he utilized as a RB early in his career, to attack the QB.

12. New York Giants: C.J. Mosley (LB Alabama)
The Giants are looking to rework their entire defense, while losing some key veteran leaders over the past couple years. Mosley is a true sideline to sideline linebacker that was a field general for one of the best defenses in college the past several seasons.

13. St. Louis Rams: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (S Alabama)
The Rams biggest defensive need is clearly at the safety position. Clinton-Dix has the rare ability to excel playing in centerfield or in the box. He has great size and adequate speed to be a playmaker all over the field.

14. Chicago Bears: Aaron Donald (DT Pittsburgh)
The Bears had one of the worst run defenses in the NFL last year, while needing to replace Henry Melton on the line. Donald may not have the prototypical DT size, he was a dominant force in college, and proved his athletic prowess at the combine.

15. Pittsburgh Steelers: Darqueze Dennard (CB Michigan State)
Dennard is a physical corner who can attack the dynamic receivers in the AFC North. Ike Taylor is not getting any younger and the Steelers need to look to add youthful playmakers to their aging defense.

16. Dallas Cowboys: Louis Nix III (DT Notre Dame)
The Cowboys front is going through a massive overhaul and need bodies at all positions. Nix may be the biggest of them all, as he can eat up several blockers to open things up for everyone else in the front seven. He is underrated athletic because of his size, but he can move down the line and make plays in space.

17. Baltimore Ravens: Taylor Lewan (OT Michigan
The Ravens desperately needed to fix their offensive line woes from last season. Lewan adds a nasty streak with playing on either side as a physical tackle. His attitude on the field fits the Ravens mold of physical.

18. New York Jets: Eric Ebron (TE UNC)
Ebron is an ultra-talented middle of the field threat that can open things on the outside. He is physically imposing in the red-zone, with the ability to make catches over smaller defensive backs.

19. Miami Dolphins: Zach Martin (OL Notre Dame)
After last year’s fiasco along their line, they need to rebuild at several different positions. Martin can fill in at any spot up front, helping with the Dolphins top priority in protecting Ryan Tannehill.

20. Arizona Cardinals: Dee Ford (DE/OLB Auburn)
The one position sorely lacking from an otherwise stout defense is the pass rush. Ford adds a lot production, along with his athletic ability and good technique to get into the backfield.

21. Green Bay Packers: Calvin Pryor (S Louisville)
Green Bay needs to add help in the defensive backfield, with a player that can create turnovers. Pryor has a knack of being around the football, that can make big hits, but also bate QBs into throwing interceptions in the middle of the field.

22. Philadelphia Eagles: Odell Beckham Jr. (WR LSU)
With reports surfacing that the Eagles are attempting to move DeSean Jackson, they will have a hole to fill on their offense. Beckham Jr. has excellent speed to replace Jackson’s downfield ability, while a good locker room presence and polished route runner to contribute all over the field.

23. Kansas City Chiefs: Austin Seferian-Jenkins (TE Washington)
HC Reid loves having a TE as a safety net for his QBs, while Alex Smith shown a strong connection with Vernon Davis while in San Francisco. Seafrin-Jenkins is a great athlete, with excellent size to be go-to target in this offense.

24. Cincinnati Bengals: Jason Verrett (CB TCU)
The Bengals biggest need is at corner, where injuries and struggling players hurt their chances last season. Verrett can play outside or in the nickel, adding depth to their defensive passing game.

25. San Diego Chargers: Cyrus Kouandjio (OT Alabama)
Kouandjio has great talent to go with his ideal size for the LT position. He fill the hole at the LT position, while paired with former teammate D.J. Fluker on the other side. The two would create on the best young tackle tandems for the next decade.

26. Cleveland Browns (From Indianapolis Colts): Derek Carr (QB Fresno State)
After addressing the WR unit with their first pick of Mike Evans, they have a plethora of play makers to utilize around a young QB. Carr has strong footwork and technique, while enough athleticism to escape pass rushers.

27. New Orleans Saints: Rashede Hageman (DT Minnesota)
Hageman is a strong bodied DL, who can any spot in a three man front. With cap casualties depleting the Saints front seven, they need to add versatile players that can attack the QB and remain stout in the run game.

28. Carolina Panthers: Brandin Cooks (WR Oregon State)
The Panthers lost every WR that really contributed in 2013 this off season. Cooks would give Cam Newton a speedy target to look for in the middle of the field and down the sidelines. He caught a high volume of passes in college, with his strong hands and good routes.

29. New England Patriots: Timmy Jernigan (DT Florida State)
The Patriots need to add depth across their defensive line, especially with concerns if Vince Wilfork will even be on the roster next year, let alone how much he has left. Jernigan has the skills to disrupt plays in back field and attack the QB from the middle of the line.

30. San Francisco 49ers: Kyle Fuller (CB Virginia Tech)
The 49ers are a complete team that does not need many upgrades. Fuller gives them another good corner, that can cover most NFL WRs. He has the upside to be a lock-down corner, that can play the run and the pass.

31. Denver Broncos: Xavier Su’a-Filo (OG UCLA)
The Broncos spent a lot this offseason to upgrade their defense, but lost out on key veteran guard, Zane Beadles. Su’a-Filo could step in as an immediate starter, in order to protect Peyton Manning, as well as move DL in the running game.

32. Seattle Seahawks: Kelvin Benjamin (WR Florida State)
Russell Wilson needs more help on the outside to improve his passing numbers. Benjamin is an talented player in college, with his ability to make catches on short to intermediate routes. He can be a go-to receiver, that would be a safety valve for Wilson, especially in the red zone.

33. Houston Texans:Jimmie Ward (S Northern Illinois)
34. Washington Redskins: Bradley Roby (CB Ohio State)
35. Cleveland Browns: LaMarcus Joyner (CB Florida State)
36. Oakland Raiders: Marqise Lee (WR USC)
37. Atlanta Falcons: Antonio Richardson (OT Tennessee)
38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: David Yankey (OG Stanford)
39. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jimmy Garrapolo (QB Eastern Illinois)
40. Minnesota Vikings: Kony Ealy (DE Missouri)
41. Buffalo Bills: Jace Amaro (TE Texas Tech)
42. Tennessee Titans: Morgan Moses (OL Virginia)
43. New York Giants: Gabe Jackson (OG Mississippi State)
44. St. Louis Rams: Brandon Thomas (OL Clemson)
45. Detroit Lions: Jordan Matthews (WR Vanderbilt)
46. Pittsburgh Steelers: Allen Robinson (WR Penn State)
47. Dallas Cowboys: Ahmad Dixon (S Baylor)
48. Baltimore Ravens: Terrance Brooks (S Florida State)
49. New York Jets: Louchiez Purifoy (CB Florida)
50. Miami Dolphins: Dominique Easley (DL Florida)
51. Chicago Bears: Scott Crichton (DE Oregon State)
52. Arizona Cardinals: Troy Niklas (TE Notre Dame)
53. Green Bay Packers: Stephen Tuitt (DL Notre Dame)
54. Philadelphia Eagles: Jeremiah Attaochu (OLB Georgia Tech)
55. Cincinnati Bengals: Marcus Martin (C USC)
56. San Francisco 49ers (From Kansas City Chiefs): Davante Adams (WR Fresno State)
57. San Diego Chargers: Marcus Roberson (CB Florida)
58. New Orleans Saints: Kyle Van Noy (OLB BYU)
59. Indianapolis Colts: Ryan Shazier (OLB Ohio State)
60. Carolina Panthers: Jack Mewhort (OT Ohio State)
61. San Francisco 49ers: Trent Murphy (OLB Stanford)
62. New England Patriots: C.J. Fiedorowicz (TE Iowa)
63. Denver Broncos: Kareem Martin (DE UNC)
64. Seattle Seahawks: Keith McGill (CB Utah)

65. Houston Texans: DaQuan Jones (DL Penn State)
66. Washington Redskins: Jarvis Landry (WR LSU)
67. Oakland Raiders: Stanley Jean-Baptiste (CB Nebraska)
68. Atlanta Falcons: Baushad Breeland (CB Clemson)
69. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jackson Jeffcoat (DE Texas)
70. Jacksonville Jaguars: Lache Seastrunk (RB Baylor)
71. Cleveland Browns: Joel Bitonio (OL Nevada)
72. Minnesota Vikings: Will Sutton (DT Arizona State)
73. Buffalo Bills: Telvin Smith (OLB Florida State)
74. New York Giants: Carlos Hyde (RB Ohio State)
75. St. Louis Rams: Pierre Desir (CB Lindenwood)
76. Detroit Lions: Dakota Dozier (OL Furman)
77. San Francisco 49ers (From Tennessee Titans): Paul Richardson (WR Colorado)
78. Dallas Cowboys: Chris Smith (DE Arkansas)
79. Baltimore Ravens: Martavis Bryant (WR Clemson)
80. New York Jets: Tre Mason (RB Auburn)
81. Miami Dolphins: Bruce Ellington (WR South Carolina)
82. Chicago Bears: Vic Hampton (CB South Carolina)
83. Cleveland Browns (From Pittsburgh Steelers): Anthony Johnson (DL LSU)
84. Arizona Cardinals: Billy Turner (OL North Dakota State)
85. Green Bay Packers: Weston Richburg (C Colorado State)
86. Philadelphia Eagles: Deone Buchanon (S Washington State)
87. Kansas City Chiefs: Kelcy Quarles (DT South Carolina)
88. Cincinnati Bengals: Marcus Smith (DE Louisville)
89. San Diego Chargers: Jarred Abbrederis (WR Wisconsin)
90. Indianapolis Colts: Cyril Richardson (OG Baylor)
91. New Orleans Saints: Russell Bodine (C UNC)
92. Carolina Panthers: Brandon Coleman (WR Rutgers)
93. New England Patriots: Travis Swanson (OL Arkansas)
94. San Francisco 49ers: Ego Ferguson (DT LSU)
95. Denver Broncos: Trevor Reilly (LB Utah)
96. Minnesota Vikings (From Seattle Seahawks): Jaylen Watkins (CB Florida)
*97. Pittsburgh Steelers (For Mike Wallace): Max Bullough (LB Michigan State)
*98. Green Bay Packers (For Greg Jennings): Antone Exum (DB Virginia Tech)
*99. Baltimore Ravens (For Paul Kruger): Devonta Freeman (RB Florida State)
*100. San Francisco 49ers (For Dashon Goldson): Dion Bailey (S USC)

101. Houston Texans: Chris Davis (CB/RS Auburn)
102. Washington Redskins: Yawin Smallwood (LB Connecticut)
103. Atlanta Falcons: Craig Loston (S LSU)
104. New York Jets (From Tampa Bay Buccaneers): Adrian Hubbard (OLB Alabama)
105: Jacksonville Jaguars: Carl Bradford (LB Arizona State)
106. Cleveland Browns: Shayne Skov (LB Stanford)
107. Oakland Raiders: Jeremy Hill (RB LSU)
108. Minnesota Vikings: Bishop Sankey (RB Washington)
109. Buffalo Bills: Donte Moncrief (WR Mississippi)
110. St. Louis Rams: A.J. McCarron (QB Alabama)
111. Detroit Lions: Ed Reynolds (S Stanford)
112. Tennessee Titans: KaDeem Carey (RB Arizona)
113. New York Giants: Caruan Reid (DT Princeton)
114. Jacksonville Jaguars (From Baltimore Ravens): JaWuan James (OT Tennessee)
115. New York Jets: Anthony Steen (OL Alabama)
116. Miami Dolphins: DeMarcus Lawrence (DE Boise State)
117. Chicago Bears: Zach Mettenberger (QB LSU)
118. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jeoffrey Pagan (DL Alabama)
119. Dallas Cowboys: Chris Kirksey (LB Iowa)
120. Arizona Cardinals: Logan Thomas (QB Virginia Tech)
121. Green Bay Packers: Richard Rogers (TE California)
122. Philadelphia Eagles: James Hurst (OL UNC)
123. Cincinnati Bengals: Terrance West (RB Towson)
124. Kansas City Chiefs: Robert Herron (WR Wyoming)
125. San Diego Chargers: John Urshcel (OL Penn State)
126. New Orleans Saints: DeAnthony Thomas (RB/RS Oregon)
127. Cleveland Browns (From Indianapolis Colts): Storm Johnson (RB UCF)
128. Carolina Panthers: Isaiah Lewis (S Michigan State)
129. San Francisco 49ers: Bryan Stork (C Florida State)
130. New England Patriots: Josh Huff (WR Oregon)
131. Denver Broncos: Christian Jones (LB Florida State)
132. Seattle Seahawks: Devin Street (WR Pittsburgh)

*133. Detroit Lions (For Gosder Cherilus): Aaron Lynch (DE South Florida)
*134. Baltimore Ravens (For Danell Ellerbe): DeAndre Coleman (DT California)
*135. Houston Texans (For Connor Barwin): Charles Leno (OL Boise State)

* = COMPENSATORY PICKS (According to
Houston Texans
QB Blake Bortles
S Jimmie Ward
DL DaQuan Jones
CB/RS Chris Davis
OL Charles Leno

Washington Redskins
CB Bradley Roby
WR Jarvis Landry
LB Yawin Smallwood

Jacksonville Jaguars
DE Jadaveon Clowney
QB Jimmy Garrapolo
RB Lache Seastrunk
LB Carl Bradford
OT JuWuann James

Cleveland Browns
WR Mike Evans
QB Derek Carr
CB LaMarcus Joyner
OL Joel Bitonio
DL Anthony Johnson
LB Shayne Skov
RB Storm Johnson

Oakland Raiders
OT Greg Robinson
WR Marqise Lee
CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste
RB Jeremy Hill

Atlanta Falcons
DE/LB Khalil Mack
OT Antonio Richardson
CB Bashaud Breeland
S Craig Loston

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
QB Teddy Bridgewater
OG David Yankey
DE Jackson Jeffcoat

Minnesota Vikings
QB Johnny Manziel
DE Kony Ealy
DT Will Sutton
CB Jaylen Watkins
RB Bishop Sankey

Buffalo Bills
OT Jake Matthews
TE Jace Amaro
LB Telvin Smith
WR Donte Moncrief

Detroit Lions
CB Justin Gilbert
WR Jordan Matthews
OL Dakota Dozier
S Ed Reynolds
DE Aaron Lynch

Tennessee Titans
LB Anthony Barr
OT Morgan Moses
RB KaDeem Carey

New York Giants
LB C.J. Mosley

OG Gabe Jackson

RB Carlos Hyde

DT Caruan Reid

St. Louis Rams

WR Sammy Watkins

S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix

OL Brandon Thomas

CB Pierre Desir

QB A.J. McCarron

Chicago Bears

DT Aaron Donlad

DE Scott Crichton

CB Vic Hampton

QB Zach Mettenberger

Pittsburgh Steelers

CB Darqueze Dennard

WR Allen Robinson

LB Max Bullough

DL Jeoffrey Pagan

Dallas Cowboys

DT Louis Nix III

S Ahmad Dixon

DE Chris Smith

LB Chris Kirksey

Baltimore Ravens

OT Taylor Lewan

S Terrance Brooks

WR Martavis Bryant

RB Devonta Freeman

DL DeAndre Coleman

New York Jets

TE Eric Ebron

CB Louichez Purifoy

RB Tre Mason

LB Adrian Hubbard

OL Anthony Steen

Miami Dolphins

OL Zach Martin

DL Dominique Easley

WR Bruce Ellington

DE DeMarcus Lawrence

Arizona Cardinals

DE/LB Dee Ford

TE Troy Niklas

OL Billy Turner

QB Logan Thomas

Green Bay Packers

S Calvin Pryor

DL Stephen Tuitt

C Weston Richburg

DB Antone Exum

TE Richard Rogers

Philadelphia Eagles

WR Odell Beckham Jr.

OLB Jeremiah Attaochu

S Deone Buchanon

OL James Hurst

Kansas City Chiefs

TE Austin Seferain-Jenkins

DT Kelcy Quarles

WR Robert Herron

Cincinnati Bengals

CB Jason Verrett

C Marcus Martin

DE Marcus Smith

RB Terrance West

San Diego Chargers

OT Cyrus Kouandijo

CB Marcus Roberson

WR Jarred Abbrederis

OL John Urschel

Indianapolis Colts

LB Ryan Shazier

OL Cyril Richardson

New Orleans Saints
DL Rashede Hageman

OLB Kyle Van Noy

C Russell Bodine

RB/RS DeAnthony Thomas

Carolina Panthers

WR Brandin Cooks

OT Jack Mewhort

WR Brandon Coleman

S Isaiah Lewis

San Francisco 49ers

CB Jason Verrett

WR Davante Adams

OLB Trent Murphy

DT Ego Ferguson

S Dion Bailey

C Bryan Stork

New England Patriots

DT Timmy Jernigan

TE C.J. Fiedoriwicz

C Travis Swanson

WR Josh Huff

Denver Broncos

OG Xavier Su’a-Filo

DE Kareem Martin

C Russell Bodine

LB Christian Jones

Seattle Seahawks

WR Kelvin Benjamin

CB Keith McGill

WR Devin Street

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We drafted Kevin Minter in the second round last year. He will fill the whole for Dansby. Taking an ILB in the first would be stupid. Mocking Mosley to the Cardinals is stupid.
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i would be very happy with this draft.
dion bailey is only guy im pretty meh on. seems way too early for him there
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Wouldn't want the Pats to pass on top OG Xavier Sua-Filo out of UCLA.

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OK with Ford to Philly if the draft falls like that and we don't trade back..Buchanon helps the sting, getting him in the second.

With our 3rd though, I'd want to avoid OL depth with how solid our line played last year.
92. Carolina Panthers: Martavis Bryant (WR Clemson)
93. New England Patriots: Marcus Smith (DE Louisville)

Either one of these two would upgrade this draft immensely for Philadelphia.

Go BPA, DB depth in the 4th.
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Not a huge fan of the Browns choices you have although they are not terrible, I would probably just go in a different direction. While I like Evans if they are taking him they need to be trading back to 10 and picking up some extra picks or so to pick him. Would prefer they pick Bridgewater at this spot based on your board.

Not a huge Carr fan but could see him at 26 and if they got Bridgewater earlier then I think the pick here would be Xavier Su’a-Filo.

While Joyner is okay in round two CB is just not that huge a need for the Browns and given who I would take earlier I think the pick here would be Jordan Matthews.

With the first of the 3rd round picks I would not take another OL, especially a OT as if you got the OG earlier they should be set. The Browns do need an ILB or possibly two so Chris Borland would be a good choice with that pick.

Terrence Brooks with the second 3rd rounder would not be a bad pick as FS could use some competition although Tashaun Gipson actually did not play that badly last year for them.

I doubt Carlos Hyde is sitting there when they pick in round 4 but if so he is a very good choice.

Cameron Fleming is not a bad choice although again I am not certain we need another OT. I did notice that Yawin Smallwood does not appear to be in your draft at this point and if he were sitting here I would take him in a heartbeat even if I got Borland earlier as I expect him to go in round 3.
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Very Nice Bills mock.
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Nice Vikings selections.
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Pretty terrible Jaguars draft. McCarron in the 2nd round automatically makes this draft nauseating. Then doubling up on RBs in rounds 3 and 4 after signing Gerhart in free agency also makes this pretty weak. And finally, going with a small CB when this team is going to try and get big and physical at CB is also a head scratcher.
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1. I don't think Lewan will slide that far unless there really is something to the allegations, and if so, we'd likely pass on him too. Verrett here please.

2. If we do not go Verrett in 1, I'd be ok with McGill. Otherwise, Shazier just for the value at 55 (but he won't be there) or Mewhort.

3. DT is not a need at all. DE is though, Kareem Martin.

4. ok
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30. San Francisco 49ers: Jason Verrett (CB TCU)

56. San Francisco 49ers (From Chiefs): Davante Adams (WR Fresno State)
61. San Francisco 49ers: Dion Bailey (S USC)

77. San Francisco 49ers (From Titans): Jaylen Watkins (CB Florida)
94. San Francisco 49ers: Robert Herron (WR Wyoming)

126. San Francisco 49ers: Daniel McCullers (DT Tennessee)
*130. San Francisco 49ers (For Dashon Goldson): Adrian Hubbard (OLB Alabama)

Excellent rd 1 pick... very good 2nd rd picks... outstanding early 3rd pick... not loving the rest, but the first 4 are sweet, so... Applause
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A cornerback and a safety for the Redskins? Can't complain! Well done.
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First of all Bucs got their 3rd back by releasing Revis.

In the first I can't imagine us passing on Bridgewater. 2nd rounder is good, I like the versatility that Yankey brings

In the third I would go Paul Richardson
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Give Denver Moncrief or Kareem Martin in three
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Another horrible 1st round pick for the Titans. Manziel is nothing like Burger Boy. Whiz doesn't like QBs like Manziel at all. Not even close to the type of QB he wants. Locker is the starter for this year and if he gets hurt, we'll likely be seeing a top 5 pick in next years draft which looks to be even more of better QB class than this one. The pick should be Nix in the 1st to give us a NT for the future. Attaochu is a perfect pick in the 2nd. Gives us the 3-4 OLB we need and helps us make a smoother transition to a 3-4.

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