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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2012 5:10 pm    Post subject: TOO EARLY 4 Round Mock Reply with quote

Comments Appreciated. Feel free to tear apart.

Notable Players Staying in School: Aaron Murray, Cordarrelle Patterson Bennie Logan, Jawan Jamison

Round 1
1. Kansas City - Geno Smith, QB
2. Jacksonville – Jarvis Jones, DE/OLB
3. Oakland – Star Lotuelei, DT.
4. Cleveland – Bjoern Warner, DE
5. Philadelphia – Luke Joeckel, OT
6 Carolina- Jonathan Hankins, DT
7. St Louis Rams – Manti Te’o , LB
8. NY Jets – Damontre Moore, DE
9. Buffalo Bills – Tyler Wilson, QB
10. San Diego – Jake Matthews, OT
11. Arizona – Matt Barkley, QB
12. Miami – Keenan Allen, WR
13. Tennessee - Barkevious Mingo, DE
14. Detroit – Dee Milner, CB
15. St Louis Rams (via Wash) – Taylor Lewan, OT
16. Cincinnati – Sam Montgomery, DE
17. Dallas- Chance Warmack, OG
18. New Orleans – Dion Jordan, DE
19. Minnesota – Justin Hunter, WR
20. Tampa Bay – Jonathan Banks, CB
21. Seattle – Sheldon Richardson,DT
22. Indianapolis – Alex Okafor, OLB
23. Pittsbugh – John Jenkins, NT
24. NY Giants – Jonathan Cooper, OG
25. Chicago –Eric Fisher, OT
26. New England- Ezekiel Ansah, DE
27.Baltimore- C.J Mosley, LB
28. Green Bay- Barrett Jones, OT/OG
29. Denver- Alec Ogeltree, LB
30. San Francisco- Louis Nix, NT
31. Atlanta - Tyler Eifert, TE
32. Houston – Terrence Williams, WR


Round 2

33. Jacksonville – Xavier Rhodes, CB
34. Kansas City - David Amerson, CB
35. Cincinnati (Via Oak) - Marcus Lattimore, RB
36. Cleveland – NA
37. Philadelphia – Matt Elam , SS
38. Carolina- DJ Fluker, OT
39. St Louis Rams – Tavon Austin, WR
40. NY Jets – Mike Glennon, QB
41. Washington – Eric Reid, S
42. Buffalo – Robert Woods, WR
43. Miami – Jordan Poyer, CB
44. Cincinnati – TJ Mcdonald, S
45. San Diego – Deandre Hopkins, WR
46. Tennessee - Bradley Roby, CB
47. Arizona – Lane Johnson, OT
48. Detroit – Andre Ellington, RB
49. Dallas- Anthony Barr, OLB
50. New Orleans – Kawann Short, DT
51. Minnesota – Jessie Williams, DT
52. Tampa Bay – Zack Ertz, TE
53. Seattle – Da’Rick Rogers, WR
54. Indianapolis – Kenny Viccaro, S
55. Pittsburgh – Jackson Jeffcoat, OLB
56. NY Giants – Corey Lemonier, DE
57. Chicago – Aurthur Brown, LB
58. New England – Tony Jefferson, S
59.Baltimore- Sylvester Williams, DT/DE
60. Green Bay- Giovanni Bernard, RB
61. Denver- Desmond Trufant, CB
62. San Francisco- Logan Ryan, CB
63. Atlanta – Tank Carradine, DE
64. Houston – Sharrif Floyd, DT/DE

Round 3

65. Kansas City- Gerald Hodges, LB
66. Jacksonville – Larry Warford, OG
67. Oakland- Kevin Minter, LB
68. San Fran (Via Carolina): Robert Lester, S
69. Cleveland – Carrington Byndom, CB
70.Buffalo – Chase Thomas, LB
71. Philadelphia – Tyler Bray, QB
72. NY Jets – Brennan Williams, OT
73. Washington – Oday Aboushi, OT
74. St Louis Rams – Joseph Fauria, TE
75. Tennessee - Dallas Thomas, OG
76. Cincinnati – Khaseem Greene, LB
77. San Diego – Joseph Randle, RB
78. Miami – Brandon Jenkins, DE
79. Arizona – Gabe Jackson, OG
80. Detroit – Khaled Holmes, C
81. Dallas- E.J. Manuel, QB
82. New Orleans – Leon Mcfadden, CB
83. Minnesota – Shane Skov, LB
84. Tampa Bay – Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB
85. Seattle – Jordan Reed, TE
86 .Indianapolis – Will Davis, CB
87. Pittsburgh – Stepfan Taylor, RB
88. NY Giants – Akeem Spence, DT
89. Miami (Via Chic): Quinton Patton, WR
90. New England – Marcus Wheaton, WR
91.Baltimore- Cobi Hamilton, WR
92. Green Bay- Shawn Williams, SS
93. Denver- Travis Frederick, OG
94. San Francisco- Alvin Bailey, OG
95. Atlanta – Montee Ball, RB
96. Houston – Ricky Wagner, OT

Round 4
97. Jacksonville- Landry Jones, QB
98. Kansas City- Steadman Bailey, WR
99. Carolina- Terry Hawthorne, CB
100. Cleveland- Nico Johnson, LB
101. Philadelphia- Tharold Simon, CB
102. Oakland- Robert Alford, CB
103. St. Louis- Le’Veon Bell, RB
104. Tennessee- - D.J. Swearinger, SS
105. New York Jets- Baccari Rambo, S
106. Buffalo- Duke Williams, SS
107. San Diego-Hugh Thornton, OG
108. Arizona- Datone Jones, DE
109. Miami- Sean Porter, LB
110. Minnesota (Via Detroit) – John Simon, DE
111. Dallas- Alex Hurst, OT
112. Washington- Jamar Taylor, CB
113. New Orleans- Travis Bond, OG
114. Tampa Bay- Kenjon Barner, RB
115. Minnesota- Omoreggie Uzzi, OG
116. Cincinnati – Johnny Adams, CB
117. Indianapolis- Margus Hunt, DE
118. Seattle- Jelani Jenkins, OLB
119. Pittsburgh –Denard Robinson, WR
120. Chicago – Dion Sims, TE
121. Baltimore – Mario Benavides, C
122. Green Bay – Kenny Stills, WR
123. Tampa Bay (Via New England) – Michael Buchanan, DE
124. New York Giants – Kevin Reddick, LB
125. Denver- Ryan Swope, WR
126. San Francisco- Aaron Dobson, WR
127. Atlanta – Lane Taylor, OG
128. Houston- BW Webb, CB

Summary:

Atlanta: Tyler Eiffert,TE, Tank Carradine, DE Montee Ball, RB, Lane Taylor, OG

Arizona: Matt Barkley,QB, Lane Johnson, OT Gabe Jackson, OG, Datone Jones, DE

Baltimore: CJ Mosley, LB, Sylvester Williams, DE/DT, Cobi Hamilton, WR, Mario Benevides, C

Buffalo: Tyler Wilson, QB, Robert Woods, WR, Chase Thomas, OLB, Duke Williams, SS

Carolina: Jonathan Hankins, DT, DJ Fluker, OT, Terry Hawthorne, CB

Chicago: Eric Fisher, OT, Aurthur Brown, LB, Dion Sims, TE

Cincinnati – Sam Montgomery, DE, Marcus Lattimore, RB, TJ Macdonald, S, Khaseem Greene, LB, Johnny Adams, CB

Cleveland: Bjoern Warner, DE, Carrington Byndom, CB, Nico Johnson, LB,

Dallas: Chance Warmack, OG, Anthony Barr, OLB, EJ Manuel, QB, Alex Hurst, OT

Denver: Alec Ogeltree, LB, Desmond Trufant, CB, Travis Frederick, OG, Ryan Swope, WR

Detroit: Dee Milliner, CB, Andre Ellington, RB, Khaled Holmes, C

Green Bay Packers: Barrett Jones, OL, Giovanni Bernard, RB, Shaun Williams, SS, Kenny Stills, WR

Houston: Terrence Williams, WR, Sharrif Floyd, DE, Ricky Wagner, OT, BW Webb, CB

Indianapolis: Alex Okafor, OLB, Kenny Vaccaro, S, Will Davis, CB, Margus Hunt, DE

Jacksonville: Jarvis Jones, DE/OLB, Xavier Rhodes, CB, Larry Warford, OG, Landry Jones, QB

Kansas City : Geno Smith, QB, David Amerson, CB, Gerald Hodges, ILB, Steadman Bailey, WR

New England: Ezekiel Ansah, DE, Tony Jefferson, FS, Marcus Wheaton, WR

Miami: Keenan Allen, WR, Jordan Poyer, CB, Brandon Jenkins, DE, Quinton Patton, WR, Sean Porter, OLB

Minnesota: Justin Hunter, WR, Jessie Williams, DT, Shane Skov, LB, John Simon, DE, Omoreggie Uzzi, OG

New York Jets: Damontre Moore, OLB, Mike Glennon, QB, Brennan Williams, OT, Bacarri Rambo, S

New York Giants: Jonathan Cooper, OG, Corey Lemonier, DE, Akeem Spence, DT, Kevin Reddick, LB

New Orleans: Dion Jordan, DE Kawann Short, DT, Leon Mcfadden, CB, Travis Bond, OG

Oakland: Star Lotuelei, DT. Kevin Minter, LB, Robert Alford, CB

Philadelphia: Luke Joeckel, OT, Matt Elam, SS, Tyler Bray, QB, Tharold Simon, CB

Pittsburgh: John Jenkins, NT, Jackson Jeffcoat, OLB, Stepfan Taylor, RB, Denard Robinson, WR/RB

San Diego: Jake Matthews, OT, DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Joseph Randle, RB, Hugh Thornton, OG

Seattle: Sheldon Richardson, DT, Da’Rick Rodgers, WR, Jordan Reed, TE, Jelani Jenkins, OLB

St Louis: Mante Te’o, LB, Taylor Lewan, OT, Tavon Austin, WR, Joseph Fauria, TE, Le’Veon Bell, RB

Tampa Bay: Jonathan Banks, CB, Zach Ertz, TE, – Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB , Kenjon Barner, RB, Michael Buchanan, DE

Tennessee: Barkevious Mingo, DE , Bradley Roby, CB, Dallas Thomas, OG, DJ Swearinger, SS

San Francisco 49ers: Louis Nix, DT, Logan Ryan, CB, Robert Lester, S, Alvin Bailey, OG, Aaron Dobson, WR

Washington: Eric Reid, S, Oday Aboushi, OT, Jamar Taylor, CB
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2012 5:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Would prefer Viccaro over McDonald for the Bengals. Rest looks good
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2012 5:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Titans Draft

1st - Mingo is not a fit in a 4-3. He's too small and would get thrown around. We need a DT to pair with Casey in the middle and to complete the D-Line starters. Richardson, Nix, or Jenkins should be the pick.

2nd - Roby is a great pick. We're thin at CB behind the 2 starters. Drafting Roby gives Verner the chance to move to nickel when we play that D.

3rd - Dallas Thomas is a great pick. Comes in and instantly starts and improves the interior O-Line at RG.

4th - Would much rather have Baccari Rambo.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2012 5:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Love Banks and Ertz, those 2 will be impact players from the moment they put on the uni. After that I would think we would go after depth along the D line. I also like the Barner pick, gives us an x factor on special teams. All in all good draft.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2012 5:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

For the Bengals, I love Lattimore but I don't think he is draftable that high in the 2nd after his injury. If Reid falls into the 2nd i would take him with that pick.
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I would take Ogletree or Nix over any offensive linemen at that spot for the Packers. You fill a bigger need, but it's all about the value.

EDIT: Not bad though. Jones would be solid and Gio in the 2nd would be steal city.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2012 7:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I would much rather have Carradine in the 2nd and Rambo in the 3rd for the Lions.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2012 8:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

first three are good but Nassib > Landry Jones
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2012 9:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

sadjag wrote:
first three are good but Nassib > Landry Jones

Everybody>Landry Jones
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2012 9:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Actually not to bad for the Bills. I am not a huge Woods fan but he will be very good at the NFL level. I would have loved to get Baccari Rambo in the 4th but went one ahead of us. I think you hit four of our more important needs though.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2012 9:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

1. Love the Geno pick.
2. DB is a need an Amerson is a good player. It comes down to who we have rated higher. Amerson, Poyer, Elam, or Reid.
3. ILB could be approved upon and depth for sure. I know nicfre2011 loves Hodges as a SILB in the Daryl Washington mold. I haven't seen enough of him to know. But other possibilities could be Chase Thomas, Shayne Skov, Leon McFadden, Quinton Patton, Markus Wheaton, Cobi Hamilton, Shawn Williams, Stepfan Taylor, or Montee Ball.
4. With Geno giving him a familiar target is a great idea. Bailey is a good reliable target, but I am curious about his deep speed. Is he a burner? If not we kind of need a WR that can stretch the field.

Overall I would be very pleased with this draft.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 12:06 am    Post subject: Re: TOO EARLY 4 Round Mock Reply with quote

mr fluffles wrote:
Comments Appreciated. Feel free to tear apart.
Indianapolis: Alex Okafor, OLB, Kenny Vaccaro, S, Will Davis, CB, Margus Hunt, DE
I'd like this draft, but we don't have a 2nd rounder, so we have a huge hole at SS.
How about:
1. Matt Elam
3. Travis Frederick
4. Margus Hunt
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I like the first two picks. Jenkins is a solid pick. Jeffcoat could be the pass rusher to replace Harrion. Tony Jefferson could be an alternative there though. Taylor is a guy that I wouldn't mind on the team either especially if they part with Mendenhall during the offseason. The Steelers do need a safety so Shawn Williams might be the better choice there. Still with the inconsistency of the Steeler RBs it wouldn't surprise me to see a RB taken in the top three. If the Steelers do go with WR I rather have a taller one than Robinson. He's more like the same size of Brown and Sanders.
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Could definitely live with that bad boy for the Pats - nice job!
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Prefer Logan Ryan in the second and then Jordan Reed in the third. Ryan is a Schiano guy and our corners are THAT bad


Not too shabby though for the Bucs
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