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PostPosted: Sun Apr 27, 2014 4:39 pm    Post subject: 2014 Mock #19: 7 rounds w/ trades Reply with quote

*This draft does not necessarily reflect my thoughts on the prospects and where they should be drafted, but rather how I think they could very well end up being drafted. Specifically with regard to the QBs, I do not think they should be drafted in this order (Teddy should be #1 QB off the board, Tom Savage should go no earlier than Day 3, and Manziel probably should be a 2nd round pick if you ask me)
*I would say around round 6 I took need into account less than previously, especially for teams that had a lot of picks through the earlier rounds.
*You might not love the trades and/or the associated compensation, and that is really fine by me. I more or less use them to 'experiment'. I actually really wanted to trade #1 overall to Atlanta, and I think it could happen, but I though the reasonable cost that could be expected is/would be ridiculous (think 2014 2nd and 2015 1st and 2nd to jump the 5 spots in this year's 1st)

TRADES
DET: #10, #45, 2015 2nd <--> JAX: #3
ATL: #6, #68, 2015 2nd <--> CLE: #4
DAL: #16, #78 <--> TEN: #11
ARI: #20, #120, #160 <--> PIT: #15
SF: #30, #77 <--> MIA: #19, 2015 6th
OAK: #36, #67, #219 <--> NO: #27
STL: #44, #110, #226 <--> WAS: #34
NYJ: #49, #115 <--> MIN: #40
PHI: #48, #162, #237 <--> BAL: #54
DEN: #95, 2015 5th <--> BAL: #79
CLE: #106, 2015 6th <--> HOU: #101
PIT: #118, #192 <--> WAS: #102
KC: #124, #238 <--> MIN: #115
NE: #130, #206 <--> SD: #125, 2015 6th
TB: #143, 2015 6th <--> SF: #130, #245
STL: #153, 2015 6th <--> CLE: #145, 2015 7th
HOU: #177, 2015 6th <--> NO: #167, 2015 7th

DRAFT
1 HOU Jadeveon Clowney DE/OLB South Carolina
2 STL Greg Robinson T Auburn
3 DET Sammy Watkins WR Clemson
4 ATL Khalil Mack DE/OLB Buffalo
5 OAK Jake Matthews T Texas A&M
6 CLE Blake Bortles QB Central Florida
7 TB Mike Evans WR Texas A&M
8 MIN Johnny Manziel QB Texas A&M
9 BUF Eric Ebron TE North Carolina
10 JAX Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville
11 DAL Kony Ealy DE Missouri
12 NYG Aaron Donald DT Pittsburgh
13 STL Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma State
14 CHI Ha Ha Clinton-Dix FS Alabama
15 ARI Anthony Barr OLB UCLA
16 TEN Dee Ford OLB Auburn
17 BAL Taylor Lewan T Michigan
18 NYJ Odell Beckham Jr. WR LSU
19 SF Kyle Fuller CB Virginia Tech
20 PIT Darqueze Dennard CB Michigan State
21 GB C.J. Mosley ILB Alabama
22 PHI Marqise Lee WR USC
23 KC Zack Martin G/T Notre Dame
24 CIN Jason Verrett CB TCU
25 SD Bradley Roby CB Ohio State
26 CLE Xavier Su'a-Filo G UCLA
27 OAK Derek Carr QB Fresno State
28 CAR Brandin Cooks WR Oregon State
29 NE Ra'Shede Hageman DT Minnesota
30 MIA Joel Bitonio G/T Nevada
31 DEN Ryan Shazier ILB/OLB Ohio State
32 SEA Allen Robinson WR Penn State

33 HOU Gabe Jackson G Mississippi State
34 STL Calvin Pryor FS Louisville
35 CLE Jordan Matthews WR Vanderbilt
36 NO Jeremiah Attaochu OLB Georgia Tech
37 ATL Jimmie Ward FS/CB Northern Illinois
38 TB David Yankey G Stanford
39 JAX Kyle Van Noy OLB BYU
40 NYJ Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE Washington
41 BUF Cyrus Kouandjio T Alabama
42 TEN Louis Nix III NT Notre Dame
43 NYG Jace Amaro TE Texas Tech
44 WAS Morgan Moses T Virginia
45 JAX Weston Richburg C Colorado State
46 PIT Kelvin Benjamin WR Florida State
47 DAL Timmy Jernigan DT Florida State
48 PHI Deone Bucannon SS Washington State
49 MIN Pierre Desir CB Lindenwood
50 MIA Telvin Smith OLB Florida State
51 CHI Stephon Tuitt DT Notre Dame
52 ARI Zach Mettenberger QB LSU
53 GB Dion Bailey FS USC
54 BAL DaVante Adams WR Fresno State
55 CIN Scott Crichton DE Oregon State
56 SF Brandon Thomas G/T Clemson
57 SD Marcus Smith OLB Louisville
58 NO Marcus Martin C USC
59 IND Jaylen Watkins CB Florida
60 CAR Antonio Richardson T Tennessee
61 SF Donte Moncrief WR Mississippi
62 NE Troy Niklas TE Notre Dame
63 DEN Trent Murphy DE Stanford
64 SEA Dominique Easley DE/DT Florida

65 HOU Tom Savage QB Pittsburgh
66 WAS Chris Borland ILB Wisconsin
67 NO Keith McGill CB Utah
68 CLE Tre Mason RB Auburn
69 TB Jimmy Garoppolo QB Eastern Illinois
70 JAX DeMarcus Lawrence LEO Boise State
71 CLE Terrence Brooks FS Florida State
72 MIN Dakota Dozier G Furman
73 BUF Carl Bradford DE/OLB Arizona State
74 NYG Martavis Bryant WR Clemson
75 STL Cody Latimer WR Indiana
76 DET Anthony Johnson DT LSU
77 MIA Carlos Hyde RB Ohio State
78 TEN Bishop Sankey RB Washington
79 DEN Stanley Jean-Baptiste CB Nebraska
80 NYJ Trevor Reilly OLB Utah
81 MIA Ego Ferguson DT LSU
82 CHI Craig Loston SS LSU
83 CLE Bashaud Breeland CB Clemson
84 ARI Ahmad Dixon SS Baylor
85 GB Travis Swanson C Arkansas
86 PHI Phillip Gaines CB Rice
87 KC Christian Jones ILB Florida State
88 CIN Billy Turner G/T North Dakota State
89 SD Cyril Richardson G Baylor
90 IND Ed Reynolds FS Stanford
91 NO David Fales QB San Jose State
92 CAR Paul Richardson WR Colorado
93 NE Marcus Coleman WR Rutgers
94 SF Chris Smith OLB Arkansas
95 BAL Marcus Roberson CB Florida
96 MIN Kareem Martin DE North Carolina
97 PIT Da'Quan Jones DE/DT Penn State
98 GB C.J. Fiedorowicz TE Iowa
99 BAL James Gayle OLB Virginia Tech

100 SF Kelcy Quarles DE South Carolina
101 CLE Shayne Skov ILB Stanford
102 PIT Arthur Lynch TE Georgia
103 ATL Cyril Richardson G Baylor
104 NYJ Rashaad Reynolds CB Oregon State
105 JAX Trai Turner G LSU
106 HOU E.J. Gaines CB Missouri
107 OAK Caraun Reid DT Princeton
108 MIN Christian Kirksey OLB Iowa
109 BUF Jared Abbrederis WR Wisconsin
110 WAS Chris Watt G Notre Dame
111 DET Ross Cockrell CB Duke
112 TEN A.J. McCarron QB Alabama
113 NYG Will Clarke DE West Virginia
114 JAX Terrence West RB Towson
115 KC Bruce Ellington WR South Carolina
116 MIA Cameron Fleming T Stanford
117 CHI Jordan Zumwalt OLB UCLA
118 WAS Charles Sims RB West Virginia
119 DAL Robert Herron WR Wyoming
120 PIT Ju'Waun James T Tennessee
121 GB Aaron Colvin CB Oklahoma
122 PHI Adrian Hubbard OLB Alabama
123 CIN Bryan Stork C Florida State
124 MIN Kenny Ladler FS Vanderbilt
125 NE Anthony Steen G Alabama
126 NO Dri Archer OW Kent State
127 CLE James Hurst T North Carolina
128 CAR Louchiez Purofy CB Florida
129 TB Jordan Tripp ILB/OLB Montana
130 SD Daniel McCullers NT Tennessee
131 DEN Jon Halapio G Florida
132 SEA Michael Schofield T Michigan
133 DET Andre Williams RB Boston College
134 BAL Crockett Gillmore TE Colorado State
135 HOU Preston Brown ILB Louisville
136 DET Ben Garnder DE Stanford
137 NYJ Josh Huff WR Oregon
138 BAL Lamin Barrow ILB LSU
139 ATL Lache Seastrunk RB Baylor
140 NE Jeremy Hill RB LSU

141 HOU Xavier Grimble TE USC
142 WAS Victor Hampton CB South Carolina
143 SF Isaiah Lewis SS Michigan State
144 JAX Kevin Norwood WR Alabama
145 STL Jackson Jeffcoat DE Texas
146 SEA Michael Sam LEO Missouri
147 CLE Logan Thomas QB Virginia Tech
148 MIN Mike Davis WR Texas
149 BUF Jerrick McKinnon RB Georgia Southern
150 JAX Aaron Murray QB Georgia
151 TEN Terrence Mitchell CB Oregon
152 NYG Ron Powell OLB Florida
153 CLE Morgan Breslin OLB USC
154 NYJ Dontae Johnson FS N.C. State
155 MIA Brent Urban DE Virginia
156 CHI Ricardo Allen CB Purdue
157 PIT Prince Shembo OLB Notre Dame
158 DAL Russell Bodine G North Carolina
159 JAX Justin Ellis DT Louisiana Tech
160 PIT Chris Davis CB Auburn
161 GB Ryan Grant WR Tulane
162 PHI Ryan Groy G Wisconsin
163 KC Walt Aikens CB Liberty
164 CIN Tajh Boyd QB Clemson
165 SD T.J. Jones WR Notre Dame
166 IND Devin Street WR Pittsburgh
167 HOU Vinnie Sunseri SS Alabama
168 CAR Kevin Pierre-Louis OLB Boston College
169 NO Jeff Janis WR Saginaw State
170 SF Yawin Smallwood ILB Connecticut
171 DEN Marqueston Huff FS Wyoming
172 SEA Kadeem Edwards G Tennessee State
173 PIT Tyler Larsen C Utah State
174 NYG Charles Leno T Boise State
175 BAL Tre Boston FS North Carolina
176 GB Garrett Gilbert QB SMU

177 NO Jake Murphy TE Utah
178 WAS Jay Prosch FB Auburn
179 JAX Ed Stinson DE Alabama
180 CLE Jalen Saunders WR Oklahoma
181 HOU Jeff Campanaro WR Wake Forest
182 ATL Joe Don Duncan TE Dixie State
183 CHI Brett Smith QB Wyoming
184 MIN George Uko DT USC
185 BUF Hakeem Smith SS Louisville
186 TEN Matt Hazel WR Coastal Carolina
187 NYG Andre Hal CB Vanderbilt
188 STL Keith Wenning QB Ball State
189 DET Khairi Fortt OLB California
190 MIA Bennie Fowler WR Michigan State
191 CHI Devonta Freeman RB Florida State
192 PIT Avery WIlliamson ILB Kentucky
193 DAL Andre Hal CB Vanderbilt
194 BAL Tyler Gaffney RB Stanford
195 NYJ Seantrel Henderson T Miami
196 ARI Laurent Duvernay-Tardif T McGill (Canada)
197 GB Devon Kennard OLB USC
198 NE Cassius Marsh DE UCLA
199 CIN Deandre Coleman DT California
200 KC James White RB Wisconsin
201 SD Deion Belue CB Alabama
202 NO Max Bullough ILB Michigan State
203 IND John Urschel G Penn State
204 CAR DeAnthony Tomas OW Oregon
205 JAX Travis Carrie CB Ohio
206 NE Gabe Ikard C Oklahoma
207 DEN John Brown WR Pittsburg State
208 SEA A.C. Leonard TE Tennessee State
209 NYJ Shaquille Richardson CB Arizona
210 NYJ Brock Coyle ILB Montana
211 HOU Josh Britt T Missouri
212 CIN Chandler Jones WR New Mexico State
213 NYJ Spencer Long G Nebraska
214 STL Howard Jones OLB Shepherd
215 PIT Jonathan Dowling FS Western Kentucky

216 HOU Ryan Carrethers NT Arkansas State
217 WAS Kirby Van Der Kamp P Iowa State
218 ATL Khyri Thornton DE/DT Southern Mississippi
219 NO Chris Boswell K Rice
220 CLE Tom Hornsey P Memphis
221 TB Shamar Stephen DT Connecticut
222 JAX Colt Lyerla TE Oregon
223 MIN Storm Johnson RB Central Florida
224 BUF Nevin Lawson CB Utah State
225 NYG Tyler Starr OLB South Dakota
226 STL Brandon Linder G Miami
227 DET Rob Blanchflower TE Massachusetts
228 TEN Jordan Najvar TE Baylor
229 DAL Raijon Neal RB Tennessee
230 PIT Tevin Reese WR Baylor
231 DAL Aaron Lynch DE South Florida
232 IND Kasim Edebali OLB Boston College
233 NYJ Nat Berhe SS San Diego State
234 MIA Richard Rodgers TE California
235 OAK L'Damian Washington WR Missouri
236 GB Alden Darby SS Arizona State
237 PHI Jeremiah George ILB Iowa State
238 MIN Josh Mauro DE Stanford
239 CIN J.C. Copeland FB LSU
240 SD Matt Patchan T Boston College
241 SF Lavelle Westbrooks CB Georgia Southern
242 SF Corey Linsley C Ohio State
243 SF Isaiah Crowell RB Arkansas State
244 NE Ty Zimmerman FS Kansas State
245 TB Larry Webster TE/DE Bloomsburg
246 DEN Jay Bromley DT Syracuse
247 SEA Bennett Jackson CB Notre Dame
248 DAL Connor Shaw QB South Carolina
249 STL Lorenzo Taliaferro RB Coastal Carolina
250 STL Kendall James CB Maine
251 DAL Lonnie Ballentine FS Memphis
252 CIN Jemea Thomas FS/CB Georgia Tech
253 ATL Charles Siddoway T Mississippi State
254 DAL Kerry Hyder DT Texas Tech
255 ATL Quincy Enunwa WR Nebraska
256 HOU Antonio Andrews RB Western Kentucky

TEAM DRAFT PICK SUMMARY
15 ARI Anthony Barr OLB
52 ARI Zach Mettenberger QB
84 ARI Ahmad Dixon SS
196 ARI Laurent Duvernay-Tardif T

4 ATL Khalil Mack DE/OLB
37 ATL Jimmie Ward FS/CB
103 ATL Cyril Richardson G
139 ATL Lache Seastrunk RB
182 ATL Joe Don Duncan TE
218 ATL Khyri Thornton DE/DT
253 ATL Charles Siddoway T
255 ATL Quincy Enunwa WR

17 BAL Taylor Lewan T
54 BAL DaVante Adams WR
95 BAL Marcus Roberson CB
99 BAL James Gayle OLB
134 BAL Crockett Gillmore TE
138 BAL Lamin Barrow ILB
175 BAL Tre Boston FS
194 BAL Tyler Gaffney RB

9 BUF Eric Ebron TE
41 BUF Cyrus Kouandjio T
73 BUF Carl Bradford DE/OLB
109 BUF Jared Abbrederis WR
149 BUF Jerrick McKinnon RB
185 BUF Hakeem Smith SS
224 BUF Nevin Lawson CB

28 CAR Brandin Cooks WR
60 CAR Antonio Richardson T
92 CAR Paul Richardson WR
128 CAR Louchiez Purofy CB
168 CAR Kevin Pierre-Louis OLB
204 CAR DeAnthony Tomas OW

14 CHI Ha Ha Clinton-Dix FS
51 CHI Stephon Tuitt DT
82 CHI Craig Loston SS
117 CHI Jordan Zumwalt OLB
156 CHI Ricardo Allen CB
183 CHI Brett Smith QB
191 CHI Devonta Freeman RB

24 CIN Jason Verrett CB
55 CIN Scott Crichton DE
88 CIN Billy Turner G/T
123 CIN Bryan Stork C
164 CIN Tajh Boyd QB
199 CIN Deandre Coleman DT
212 CIN Chandler Jones WR
239 CIN J.C. Copeland FB
252 CIN Jemea Thomas FS/CB

6 CLE Blake Bortles QB
26 CLE Xavier Su'a-Filo G
35 CLE Jordan Matthews WR
68 CLE Tre Mason RB
71 CLE Terrence Brooks FS
83 CLE Bashaud Breeland CB
101 CLE Shayne Skov ILB
127 CLE James Hurst T
147 CLE Logan Thomas QB
153 CLE Morgan Breslin OLB
180 CLE Jalen Saunders WR
220 CLE Tom Hornsey P

11 DAL Kony Ealy DE
47 DAL Timmy Jernigan DT
119 DAL Robert Herron WR
158 DAL Russell Bodine G
193 DAL Andre Hal CB
229 DAL Raijon Neal RB
231 DAL Aaron Lynch DE
248 DAL Connor Shaw QB
251 DAL Lonnie Ballentine FS
254 DAL Kerry Hyder DT

31 DEN Ryan Shazier ILB/OLB
63 DEN Trent Murphy DE
79 DEN Stanley Jean-Baptiste CB
131 DEN Jon Halapio G
171 DEN Marqueston Huff FS
207 DEN John Brown WR
246 DEN Jay Bromley DT

3 DET Sammy Watkins WR
76 DET Anthony Johnson DT
111 DET Ross Cockrell CB
133 DET Andre Williams RB
136 DET Ben Garnder DE
189 DET Khairi Fortt OLB
227 DET Rob Blanchflower TE

21 GB C.J. Mosley ILB
53 GB Dion Bailey FS
85 GB Travis Swanson C
98 GB C.J. Fiedorowicz TE
121 GB Aaron Colvin CB
161 GB Ryan Grant WR
176 GB Garrett Gilbert QB
197 GB Devon Kennard OLB
236 GB Alden Darby SS

1 HOU Jadeveon Clowney DE/OLB
33 HOU Gabe Jackson G
65 HOU Tom Savage QB
106 HOU E.J. Gaines CB
135 HOU Preston Brown ILB
141 HOU Xavier Grimble TE
167 HOU Vinnie Sunseri SS
181 HOU Jeff Campanaro WR
211 HOU Josh Britt T
216 HOU Ryan Carrethers NT
256 HOU Antonio Andrews RB

59 IND Jaylen Watkins CB
90 IND Ed Reynolds FS
166 IND Devin Street WR
203 IND John Urschel G
232 IND Kasim Edebali OLB

10 JAX Teddy Bridgewater QB
39 JAX Kyle Van Noy OLB
45 JAX Weston Richburg C
70 JAX DeMarcus Lawrence LEO
105 JAX Trai Turner G
114 JAX Terrence West RB
144 JAX Kevin Norwood WR
150 JAX Aaron Murray QB
159 JAX Justin Ellis DT
179 JAX Ed Stinson DE
205 JAX Shaquille Richardson CB
222 JAX Colt Lyerla TE

23 KC Zack Martin G/T
87 KC Christian Jones ILB
115 KC Bruce Ellington WR
163 KC Walt Aikens CB
200 KC James White RB

30 MIA Joel Bitonio G/T
50 MIA Telvin Smith OLB
77 MIA Carlos Hyde RB
81 MIA Ego Ferguson DT
116 MIA Cameron Fleming T
155 MIA Brent Urban DE
190 MIA Bennie Fowler WR
234 MIA Richard Rodgers TE

8 MIN Johnny Manziel QB
49 MIN Pierre Desir CB
72 MIN Dakota Dozier G
96 MIN Kareem Martin DE
108 MIN Christian Kirksey OLB
124 MIN Kenny Ladler FS
148 MIN Mike Davis WR
184 MIN George Uko DT
223 MIN Storm Johnson RB
238 MIN Josh Mauro DE

29 NE Ra'Shede Hageman DT
62 NE Troy Niklas TE
93 NE Marcus Coleman WR
125 NE Anthony Steen G
140 NE Jeremy Hill RB
198 NE Cassius Marsh DE
206 NE Gabe Ikard C
244 NE Ty Zimmerman FS

36 NO Jeremiah Attaochu OLB
58 NO Marcus Martin C
67 NO Keith McGill CB
91 NO David Fales QB
126 NO Dri Archer OW
169 NO Jeff Janis WR
177 NO Jake Murphy TE
202 NO Max Bullough ILB
219 NO Chris Boswell K

12 NYG Aaron Donald DT
43 NYG Jace Amaro TE
74 NYG Martavis Bryant WR
113 NYG Will Clarke DE
152 NYG Ron Powell OLB
174 NYG Charles Leno T
187 NYG Andre Hal CB
225 NYG Tyler Starr OLB

18 NYJ Odell Beckham Jr. WR
40 NYJ Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE
80 NYJ Trevor Reilly OLB
104 NYJ Rashaad Reynolds CB
137 NYJ Josh Huff WR
154 NYJ Dontae Johnson FS
195 NYJ Seantrel Henderson T
209 NYJ Travis Carrie CB
210 NYJ Brock Coyle ILB
213 NYJ Spencer Long G
233 NYJ Nat Berhe SS

5 OAK Jake Matthews T
27 OAK Derek Carr QB
107 OAK Caraun Reid DT
235 OAK L'Damian Washington WR

22 PHI Marqise Lee WR
48 PHI Deone Bucannon SS
86 PHI Phillip Gaines CB
122 PHI Adrian Hubbard OLB
162 PHI Ryan Groy G
237 PHI Jeremiah George ILB

20 PIT Darqueze Dennard CB
46 PIT Kelvin Benjamin WR
97 PIT Da'Quan Jones DE/DT
102 PIT Arthur Lynch TE
120 PIT Ju'Waun James T
157 PIT Prince Shembo OLB
160 PIT Chris Davis CB
173 PIT Tyler Larsen C
192 PIT Avery WIlliamson ILB
215 PIT Jonathan Dowling FS
230 PIT Tevin Reese WR

25 SD Bradley Roby CB
57 SD Marcus Smith OLB
89 SD Cyril Richardson G
130 SD Daniel McCullers NT
165 SD T.J. Jones WR
201 SD Deion Belue CB
240 SD Matt Patchan T

32 SEA Allen Robinson WR
64 SEA Dominique Easley DE/DT
132 SEA Michael Schofield T
146 SEA Michael Sam LEO
172 SEA Kadeem Edwards G
208 SEA A.C. Leonard TE
247 SEA Bennett Jackson CB

19 SF Kyle Fuller CB
56 SF Brandon Thomas G/T
61 SF Donte Moncrief WR
94 SF Chris Smith OLB
100 SF Kelcy Quarles DE
143 SF Isaiah Lewis SS
170 SF Yawin Smallwood ILB
241 SF Lavelle Westbrooks CB
242 SF Corey Linsley C
243 SF Isaiah Crowell RB

2 STL Greg Robinson T
13 STL Justin Gilbert CB
34 STL Calvin Pryor FS
75 STL Cody Latimer WR
145 STL Jackson Jeffcoat DE
188 STL Keith Wenning QB
214 STL Howard Jones OLB
226 STL Brandon Linder G
249 STL Lorenzo Taliaferro RB
250 STL Kendall James CB

7 TB Mike Evans WR
38 TB David Yankey G
69 TB Jimmy Garoppolo QB
129 TB Jordan Tripp ILB/OLB
221 TB Shamar Stephen DT
245 TB Larry Webster TE/DE

16 TEN Dee Ford OLB
42 TEN Louis Nix III NT
78 TEN Bishop Sankey RB
112 TEN A.J. McCarron QB
151 TEN Terrence Mitchell CB
186 TEN Matt Hazel WR
228 TEN Jordan Najvar TE

44 WAS Morgan Moses T
66 WAS Chris Borland ILB
110 WAS Chris Watt G
118 WAS Charles Sims RB
142 WAS Victor Hampton CB
178 WAS Jay Prosch FB
217 WAS Kirby Van Der Kamp P


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 27, 2014 4:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cowboys trading up for Kony Ealy makes me want to throw up.. We could get Ealy at 16 if we really want him, and could probably trade down and still get him. Aaron Donald and Anthony Barr are really the only 2 players dallas would consider trading up for
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 27, 2014 4:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Solid bengals draft
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Quote:
19 SF Kyle Fuller CB
56 SF Brandon Thomas G/T
61 SF Donte Moncrief WR
94 SF Chris Smith OLB
100 SF Kelcy Quarles DE
143 SF Isaiah Lewis SS
170 SF Yawin Smallwood ILB
241 SF Lavelle Westbrooks CB
242 SF Corey Linsley C
243 SF Isaiah Crowell RB


Second is way too high for Thomas with the ACL tear this year, but other than that, I do hope we draft him (in the 4th). Very, very solid draft to me for the 49ers.
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6 CLE Blake Bortles QB
26 CLE Xavier Su'a-Filo G
35 CLE Jordan Matthews WR
68 CLE Tre Mason RB
71 CLE Terrence Brooks FS
83 CLE Bashaud Breeland CB
101 CLE Shayne Skov ILB
127 CLE James Hurst T
147 CLE Logan Thomas QB
153 CLE Morgan Breslin OLB
180 CLE Jalen Saunders WR
220 CLE Tom Hornsey P

Pretty good overall for Cleveland. One major exception would be Tre Mason, especially with Carlos Hyde still available.
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I don't find this particularly exciting for the Browns but it isn't awful.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 27, 2014 5:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dislike the casino's draft, we are not candidate to move up, not even for Barr
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I like the first 2 picks for the Jets, but not really the rest. No interest in spending a third round pick on a 26-year-old OLB. Especially considering we only need a developmental player there.
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The Cowboys trading up for Ealy would be awful,Jernigan in the second is nice though.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 27, 2014 9:26 pm    Post subject: Re: 2014 Mock #19: 7 rounds w/ trades Reply with quote

JagsFanInNY wrote:
ATL: #6, #68, 2015 2nd <--> CLE: #4
4 ATL Khalil Mack DE/OLB Buffalo
5 OAK Jake Matthews T Texas A&M
6 CLE Blake Bortles QB Central Florida

37 ATL Jimmie Ward FS/CB Northern Illinois

68 CLE Tre Mason RB Auburn
70 JAX DeMarcus Lawrence LEO Boise State

103 ATL Cyril Richardson G Baylor
120 PIT Ju'Waun James T Tennessee

139 ATL Lache Seastrunk RB Baylor

147 CLE Logan Thomas QB Virginia Tech
159 JAX Justin Ellis DT Louisiana Tech

182 ATL Joe Don Duncan TE Dixie State
218 ATL Khyri Thornton DE/DT Southern Mississippi
253 ATL Charles Siddoway T Mississippi State
255 ATL Quincy Enunwa WR Nebraska


Trade isn't ideal for me. I'd bargain harder - CLE can't drop below TB/MIN so we're the only buyer (and either Mack or Matthews WILL be there at 6, as Cle isn't taking either). 1st/3rd/future 3rd would be worth it for Mack though so it's close.

Ward is fine in the 2nd. If we don't trade up (and end up with Matthews) then Lawrence is the last tier 3 pass rusher left in the 3rd.

No way we take a guard in the 4th. If we took Mack and James is still there in the 4th, we'll have the card at the podium inside 20 seconds. If he goes earlier, we still have to take a tackle - Fleming from Stanford would be fine.

Why do CLE own our 5th (147) - it's not listed in the trade? We'll take Ellis there if we still have it.

Rest of it is fine for depth except we have pick 220 and CLE has 218 .

Ideal:
- CLE trades #4 for #6, #68, 2015 3rd.
Mack // Ward // James // Seastrunk // Ellis // Depth

- No Trade
Matthews // Ward // Lawrence // Fiedorowicz (3rd+5th trade) // Seastrunk // Depth
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Love the first 3 picks. Hate the McCarron pick. The guy sucks. Rather go with Zumwalt there and Brett Smith in the 5th. Boswell in the 6th and Zimmerman in the 7th.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 27, 2014 10:34 pm    Post subject: Re: 2014 Mock #19: 7 rounds w/ trades Reply with quote

JagsFanInNY wrote:
NE: #130, #206 <--> SD: #125, 2015 6th

25 SD Bradley Roby CB
57 SD Marcus Smith OLB
89 SD Cyril Richardson G
130 SD Daniel McCullers NT
165 SD T.J. Jones WR
201 SD Deion Belue CB
240 SD Matt Patchan T


Why the hell would SD make that trade....we're trading back 5 spots and then giving up a 6th this year for a 6th next year....thats an absolutely idiotic trade....

As for the draft...first two picks are fine with me, though i'd have a really hard time passing up on Cooks at that point, even if WR isn't as big of a need as Corner.

Cyril Richardson is an awful pick for us, and and even worse fit for our scheme. You also have him going twice, once to us and then to Atlanta the top of the 4th. Give me Trai Turner or Da'Quan Jones there, i'd probably prefer Turner just to me.

Also its Brandon Coleman not Marcus Coleman just fyi. You also have Andre Hal going twice almost 5 picks apart.

Instead of McCullers give me Zach Kerr (who isn't in your draft) ANY DAY OF THE YEAR. Great value there IMO but i have a higher grade on him than most. McCullers is really bad and a late rounder IMO.

Dont really have a problem with the rest of the picks. But i'd rather get a C or OG/C convert project in the 6th like Ikard or Urschel, maybe even an under the radar guy like Zac Kerin or Lindsey from Ohio State and then grab a CB like Bennett Jackson in the 7th since its just doubling up on the position.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 27, 2014 10:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

For the Vikings the correct answer is None of the Above.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 27, 2014 11:13 pm    Post subject: Re: 2014 Mock #19: 7 rounds w/ trades Reply with quote

DrawABlank wrote:
JagsFanInNY wrote:
ATL: #6, #68, 2015 2nd <--> CLE: #4
4 ATL Khalil Mack DE/OLB Buffalo
5 OAK Jake Matthews T Texas A&M
6 CLE Blake Bortles QB Central Florida

37 ATL Jimmie Ward FS/CB Northern Illinois

68 CLE Tre Mason RB Auburn
70 JAX DeMarcus Lawrence LEO Boise State

103 ATL Cyril Richardson G Baylor
120 PIT Ju'Waun James T Tennessee

139 ATL Lache Seastrunk RB Baylor

147 CLE Logan Thomas QB Virginia Tech
159 JAX Justin Ellis DT Louisiana Tech

182 ATL Joe Don Duncan TE Dixie State
218 ATL Khyri Thornton DE/DT Southern Mississippi
253 ATL Charles Siddoway T Mississippi State
255 ATL Quincy Enunwa WR Nebraska


Trade isn't ideal for me. I'd bargain harder - CLE can't drop below TB/MIN so we're the only buyer (and either Mack or Matthews WILL be there at 6, as Cle isn't taking either). 1st/3rd/future 3rd would be worth it for Mack though so it's close.

Ward is fine in the 2nd. If we don't trade up (and end up with Matthews) then Lawrence is the last tier 3 pass rusher left in the 3rd.

No way we take a guard in the 4th. If we took Mack and James is still there in the 4th, we'll have the card at the podium inside 20 seconds. If he goes earlier, we still have to take a tackle - Fleming from Stanford would be fine.

Why do CLE own our 5th (147) - it's not listed in the trade? We'll take Ellis there if we still have it.

Rest of it is fine for depth except we have pick 220 and CLE has 218 .

Ideal:
- CLE trades #4 for #6, #68, 2015 3rd.
Mack // Ward // James // Seastrunk // Ellis // Depth

- No Trade
Matthews // Ward // Lawrence // Fiedorowicz (3rd+5th trade) // Seastrunk // Depth



Drewablank absolutely killed it in what he was saying on every last thing he said. It would pretty much be word for word on what i was going to say even the part about no Richards at OG and give us James at RT. We are fine at OG but def. need a RT with upside severly which is James for sure.


Also with our 5th round pick that we lost somehow unless the trade was supposed to be 1st, 3rd, and 5th while we keep our 2nd next year then im cool with that and seems fair value to move up only 2 spots.

1st, 3rd, and 3rd next year is a bit much as thats what i expect to give the jags for 3. but i could live with it for mack at 4 if need be but surely not a extra 5th this year or 2nd next year thats way over paying for 2 spots.


If we keep our 5th round pick then give us Justin Ellis NT please.

Overall this is easily one of the better ones you have done bro outside of the overpaying a bit for only 2 spots, forgetting we need a RT as one of our top 3 needs not a OG as we signed Jon Asomoah to be our new RG and we already have Blalock, and forgetting our 5th.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 28, 2014 1:19 am    Post subject: Re: 2014 Mock #19: 7 rounds w/ trades Reply with quote

JagsFanInNY wrote:

21 GB C.J. Mosley ILB
53 GB Dion Bailey FS
85 GB Travis Swanson C
98 GB C.J. Fiedorowicz TE
121 GB Aaron Colvin CB
161 GB Ryan Grant WR
176 GB Garrett Gilbert QB
197 GB Devon Kennard OLB
236 GB Alden Darby SS


Mosley's a common enough pick for obvious reasons, and I took Fiedo at the same pick in my mock draft.

As for some of the others, Green Bay has, under Thompson, traditionally valued speed and athleticism highly in safety prospects. The mid-4.6 time Bailey put up would be an outlier, especially for an early-round pick. If you stick with safety, Brooks better fits the mold they have targeted in the past, with a receiver such as Latimer being another possibility.

As far as Swanson, I remain unconvinced that the center prospects end up coming off the board that quickly given how most of the recent ones not named Frederick have dropped, although other than that the pick makes some sense. I'm just not sure I see the Packers pulling the trigger on him in round 3.

As for Colvin, if I had to wager I'd guess the Packers would be more interested in a bigger corner such as Aikens given the sizes of the corners they have reportedly worked out.

Other notes: I could see the Packers doubling up on receivers, especially if they don't take one until round 5, and I'm also skeptical that the late round QBs go off the board quite this fast.
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