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Did I fill a major need or get a good value player for your team?
Yes.
50%
 50%  [ 9 ]
No.
11%
 11%  [ 2 ]
Kinda.
38%
 38%  [ 7 ]
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Nobody


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 4:32 pm    Post subject: Nobody's 2013 Mock Draft Reply with quote

1.  Kansas City Chiefs (From Browns)- Tyler Wilson-QB Arkansas
The Chiefs trade up and take the last piece of the puzzle, a franchise QB.

2. Jacksonville Jaguars- Logan Thomas- QB VA Tech
Blaine Gabbert doesn't improve, so the Jags take a new franchise QB.

3. St. Louis Rams- Taylor Lewan- OT Michigan
The Rams help out Sam Bradford by taking the best OT in the draft to protect his blindside.

4. Minnesota Vikings- Star Lotulelei DT Utah
The Vikings immediately replace their stud DT with another. Ponder improves, so they pass on Barkley and Bray.

5. Miami Dolphins- Keenan Allen- WR Cal
The Dolphins take the best WR in the draft. Tannehill needs a #1 WR to work with.

6. Indianapolis Colts- David Amerson- CB NC State
The Colts fill their biggest need with the top corner in the draft. Tall, fast, ball hawk, shutdown CB.

7. St. Louis Rams (From Redskins)- Robert Woods- WR USC
Brian Quick looks okay, but doesn't seem like a #1 WR, so they take Woods here.

8. Arizona Cardinals- Matt Barkley- QB USC
The Cardinals, like the Chiefs, are a pretty good team minus their QB situation.

9. Oakland Raiders- Tyler Bray- QB Tennessee
Bray has the arm to hook up with the Raiders many deep threats, and should improve his accuracy this year. He enters a pretty good situation for a young QB.

10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Xavier Rhodes- CB FSU
The Buccaneers were heavily considering taking Morris Claiborne, but didn't get to. Eric Wright doesn't seem worth the money they gave him.

11.  New York Jets- DJ Fluker- OT Alabama
The Jets need a RT badly. There is a huge gap there.

12. San Diego Chargers- Chris Faulk- OT LSU
The Chargers OL just can't stay healthy. 

13. Tennessee Titans- Barrett Jones- G/C Alabama
Barrett Jones can play at guard and center, two major needs for Tennessee.

14. Carolina Panthers- Kawaan Short- DT Purdue
The Panthers need help stopping the run, and have a huge gap in the middle of their DL.

15. New Orleans Saints- Jonathan Banks- CB Mississippi State
Jabari Greer isn't cut out to be a starting cornerback.

16. New York Giants- Manto Te'o- MLB Notre Dame
The Giants LBers are a weak spot. Te'o immediately solidifies the group.

17. Dallas Cowboys- Barkevious Mingo- OLB LSU
Perfect replacement for Anthony Spencer.

18. Chicago Bears- Jake Matthews- OT Texas A&M
Carimi doesn't look like a legit LT, and they can't continue with J'Marcus Webb  protecting Cutler's blindside.

19. Pittsburgh Steelers- Eric Reid- S
Perfect replacement for Ryan Clark.

20. Buffalo Bills- Justin Hunter- WR Tennessee
The Bills get a tall deep threat to pair with Stevie Johnson on the outside.

21. Cleveland Browns (From Chiefs)- Jarvis Jones- DE Georgia
The Browns lack a true pass rusher. Sheard is good, but they need a bookend.

22. Seattle Seahawks- Marquess Wilson- WR Washington State
Even when Sidney Rice is healthy, he isn't a true #1. Russell Wilson gets a future star at WR.

23. Detroit Lions- Sam Montgomery- DE LSU
Even if Cliff Avril stays, the Lions need a pass rusher at DE.

24. Baltimore Ravens- Ricky Wagner- OT Wisconsin
Michael Oher isn't a true LT, and they need one.

25. Houston Texans- Cobi Hamilton- WR Arkansas
Houston needs a second option, and someone who can step in for Andre Johnson, who can't stay healthy.

26. Atlanta Falcons- Tyler Eifert- TE Notre Dame
Tony Gonzales is retiring after this season, so the Falcons immediately take his replacement.

27. Philadelphia Eagles- TJ McDonald- S USC
The Eagles improved their LBers this offseason, but they still need a good S.

28. New England Patriots- Tony Jefferson- S Oklahoma
The Pats could do with further improving their defense. Jefferson will be great next to Chung.

29. Cincinnati Bengals- Marcus Lattimore- RB South Carolina
Green-Ellis is a decent back, but the Bengals need to get younger there.

30. San Francisco 49ers- Justin Gilbert- CB Oklahoma State
The 49ers need a second CB, and one who can eventually be the top corner.

31. Denver Broncos- Demarcus Milliner- CB Alabama
Champ Bailey can't play forever, and Tracy Porter isn't good enough to take on top WRs.

32. Green Bay Packers- Robert Lester- S Alabama
The Packers have needs at both safety spots. Lester can play either safety spot. Good fit.

I put a lot of work into this. I would appreciate feedback, and I will do my best to update it.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 5:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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4. Minnesota Vikings- Star Lotulelei DT Utah
The Vikings immediately replace their stud DT with another. Ponder improves, so they pass on Barkley and Bray.


If they are sticking with Ponder, DT is a good pick.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 6:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good Bengals pick
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 6:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like the Bengals position but not the player. RB is a realistic need but Randle isn't the player that I consider in the top half of the draft.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 6:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What in the world could the Chiefs possibly trade to get from 21-1???? It cost the Redskins 3 1's to move up 3 spots...Do the Browns get the Chiefs next 10 1sts?
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 8:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I fully expect Willie Young to progress as a DE for the Lions this year along with a couple of other guys. They may need to add a DE pretty soon, but unless Bentley steps up at CB as a rookie in a huge way they need to draft a CB, or possibly an impact safety in the first round. The secondary is terrible. It's the clear weakness of that team.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 8:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Carmi has never been given a shot to play LT for the Bears…some believe he could do it others don’t…either way if we are looking for a LT I’m not so sure Matthews is one…his skill set seems like a better fit at RT or possibly even inside at guard where he could dominate…

If the board was sitting like this we would most likely come off the need board and go BPA…Hunter, Mingo, Jones would all be very difficult to pass on even tho they’re not needs.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 9:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

DAJBM7 wrote:
What in the world could the Chiefs possibly trade to get from 21-1???? It cost the Redskins 3 1's to move up 3 spots...Do the Browns get the Chiefs next 10 1sts?
True. I just think the Chiefs need to get a franchise QB. Would you rather they take Landry Jones at 21, don't take a QB, or not trade up so far, or leave as is?
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 9:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

zacapr22 wrote:
I like the Bengals position but not the player. RB is a realistic need but Randle isn't the player that I consider in the top half of the draft.
The kid was great as a sophomore. Anyone you'd rather them take? EDIT: Fixed it. You like that pick better?
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 9:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I Would personally love to have Eric Reid on the Cowboys,but with the potential emergence of Barry Church,I "currently" feel we're adequate enough at the Safety position to not use a 1st round pick on it this year.With Barrett Jones off the board,and no Center/Guard worthy of a high pick,I'd hope that the Cowboys would like to improve one of there more pressing needs,which is our defensive line/pass rush.If Anthony Spencer isn't resigned than I fully expect us to use our 1st round pick on a OLB,and judging by the way this board has gone,I would give the Cowboys either Barkevious Mingo or Jarvis Jones.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 11:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I love the placement for the Hawks.

And WR is a definite 1st round need.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2012 1:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Love the Robert Lester pick for the Pack.
And I feel like you were thinking the same way as me in my mock..a few of the teams in the first few picks (St Louis, Miami, Cleveland, etc), who would get a franchise QB there typically, have recently invested heavily in a young QB in the draft. So it makes sense for them to auction off the rights to the top QB to the highest bidder and get a ton of picks in this draft and the future, like the Rams did for the RG3 pick. And I agree that KC is a good QB away from serious contention. Great team there all around.

But I don't see Mingo and Jones falling as far as you have them. And do you not think Montgomery will be a 1st rounder or did you just forget him?
Also, if SF can justfy the Eiffert pick, which I don't think is a stretch by any means, than I feel Atlanta would too, so he'd go to them.

Nice job overall though.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2012 2:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

JCamGOPACKGO wrote:
Love the Robert Lester pick for the Pack.
And I feel like you were thinking the same way as me in my mock..a few of the teams in the first few picks (St Louis, Miami, Cleveland, etc), who would get a franchise QB there typically, have recently invested heavily in a young QB in the draft. So it makes sense for them to auction off the rights to the top QB to the highest bidder and get a ton of picks in this draft and the future, like the Rams did for the RG3 pick. And I agree that KC is a good QB away from serious contention. Great team there all around.

But I don't see Mingo and Jones falling as far as you have them. And do you not think Montgomery will be a 1st rounder or did you just forget him?
Also, if SF can justfy the Eiffert pick, which I don't think is a stretch by any means, than I feel Atlanta would too, so he'd go to them.

Nice job overall though.
I updated it. I honestly think either Montgomery or Bark will do well. I think one will dominate (Mingo) and the other will be good and show potential(Sam) but get drafted later. I just couldn't find a spot for Jones and Mingo. Every draft has slides, right? Anyway, thanks! Smile
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2012 2:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

3rd last? hmm....Anyway, not a bad pick. I think we defiantly go O-Line for sure, then wither S, OLB or WR
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Like it for the Bengals.
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