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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 6:02 pm    Post subject: Comprehensive Offseason & 3 Rounds- Let's Hear It! Reply with quote

NFC East:
1. New York Giants 10-6
2. Washington 9-7
3. Dallas 7-9
4. Philadelphia 4-12

NFC North:
1. Green Bay 11-5
2. Chicago 10-6
3. Minnesota 8-8
4. Detroit 6-10

NFC South:
1. Atlanta 14-2
2. Tampa Bay 8-8
3. New Orleans 7-9
4. Carolina 5-11

NFC West:
1. San Francisco 11-4-1
2. Seattle 9-7
3. St. Louis 6-9-1
4. Arizona 4-12

AFC East:
1. New England 13-3
2. New York Jets 8-8
3. Miami 7-9
4. Buffalo 6-10

AFC North:
1. Baltimore 12-4
2. Pittsburgh 9-7
3. Cincinnati 9-7
4. Cleveland 5-11

AFC South:
1. Houston 14-2
2. Indianapolis 10-6
3. Tennessee 5-11
4. Jacksonville 2-14

AFC West:
1. Denver 12-4
2. San Diego 6-10
3. Oakland 4-12
4. Kansas City 3-13

NFC Seedings:
1. Atlanta
2. San Francisco
3. Green Bay
4. New York Giants
5. Chicago
6. Washington

AFC Seedings:
1. Houston
2. New England
3. Baltimore
4. Denver
5. Indianapolis
6. Pittsburgh

Wild Card:
(3) Green Bay defeats (6) Washington
(4) New York Giants defeat (5) Chicago
(6) Pittsburgh defeats (3) Baltimore
(4) Denver defeats (5) Indianapolis

Divisional:
(4) New York Giants defeat (1) Atlanta
(2) San Francisco defeats (3) Green Bay
(1) Houston defeats (6) Pittsburgh
(4) Denver defeats (2) New England

Conference Championships:
(2) San Francisco defeats (4) New York Giants
(4) Denver defeats (1) Houston

Super Bowl XLVII:
San Francisco defeats Denver

FRONT OFFICES & COACHING STAFFS:

General Managers Not Retained:

Arizona: Rod Graves
Carolina: Marty Hurney
Jacksonville: Gene Smith
Kansas City: Scott Pioli
San Diego: A.J. Smith

General Managers Hired:
Arizona: Jason Licht
Up and coming you talent evaluator who interviewed for the Bears job last offseason. Rod Graves get a Pink Slip after Ownership comes to the realization that the Kolb acquisition failed. Whisenhunt did not push for the move, as he's always wanted to implement a vertical passing game in Arizona and Kolb was a WC QB. Licht is already in the Arizona FO and his extensive experience with multiple well-run franchises makes him the ideal replacement for Rod Grave.s

Carolina: Tom Gamble
Former Giants General Manager Ernie Accorsi is assisting the Richardson's with the GM search. Gamble, a graduate of High Point University, comes back to Carolina after a successful tenure in San Francisco.

Jacksonville: Bill Polian
Polian is a veteran talent evaluator with tremendous experience building Franchises from the ground up. Shahid Khan bought the Jaguars and in a puzzling move instantly gave GM Gene Smith a contract extension. He changes course and hires Polian, who will begin to overhaul the roster.

Kansas City: Lake Dawson
Former Chiefs WR is the ideal candidate to replace Scott Pioli. I do not feel Pioli deserves to be let go, as I feel he's upgraded the roster and locked in the cornerstone players to longterm deals in a prudent manner. However, Clark Hunt senses a fan revolt emerging and decides to change course.

San Diego: John Spanos Jr
A.J. Smith is out and the son of the Owner and current Director of College Scouting takes the reigns. Reeks of Nepotism, but A.J. Smith & Norv Turner are not longer viable options.

Head Coaches Not Retained:
Carolina: Ron Rivera
Cleveland: Pat Shurmur
Dallas: Jason Garrett
Kansas City: Romeo Crennel
New Orleans: Sean Payton (Extension Voided)
Philadelphia: Andy Reid (Todd Bowles Interim)
San Diego: Norv Turner
Tennessee: Mike Munchak

Head Coaches Hired:
Carolina: Greg Roman
Greg Roman was intergal to the development of Colin Kaepernick and he's a young Offensive mind that will help Cam Newton take the next step in his career.

Cleveland: Andy Reid
Cleveland is becoming Philadelphia of the West. Joe Banner just became CEO of the team and the roster and coaching staff is a compilation of the Andy Reid coaching tree. Pat Shurmur lacks the leadership presence and he's let go. Andy is a football coach and has no interest in taking a year off. For years, the Browns have lacked a HC of Andy's caliber.

Dallas: Sean Payton
The lack of discussion about this move leads me to believe it's going to happen. Jerry Jones is one of the most difficult owners in the league given his large role in choosing personnel, but a mutual respect exists between Payton & Jerry. Sean Payton makes two unpopular decisions with the fan base, but I do not see Payton working effectively with Rob Ryan. While he's almost exclusively an offensive minded coach, he's more comfortable with the two gap 3-4 system. The second Romeo Crennel becomes available, Payton enlists his services to run the Defense. The next unpopular move and one that draws backlash from the fan base is jettisoning Dez Bryant. Watch 1 Cowboys game, you can tell Tony Romo & Dez Bryant do not have a strong working relationship. This move is symbolic. Dez is Jerry's Guy and trading him shows loosening of his grip on all decisions down at Valley Ranch.

Kansas City: Tom Clements
Dawson & Clements are both Notre Dame guys. That connection is one thing, but Clements has been a part of the highly successful Packers staff and he gets his shot at the top gig.

New Orleans: Joe Vitt
Payton leaves and Ownership does not look outside the Franchise. Instead, they retain Joe Vitt and keep the rest of the Coaching staff together.

Philadelphia: Jon Gruden
Tampa Bay & Oakland were not marquee jobs. These veteran coaches with Super Bowl rings covet the marquee jobs and Philadelphia is one of them. Owner Jeffrey Lurie cannot replace Andy with a coordinator who lacks credibility. While the idea of Chip Kelly is sexy on the surface, it almost seems destine for failure.

San Diego: John Pagano
The New GM promotes Pagano, who appears ready to lead a Franchise after multiple successful coaching stints.

Tennessee: Clyde Christensen
Ruston Webster was promoted to GM and he's going to have more influence inside the organization. Christensen & Webster both got their starts in the NFL down in Tampa Bay in the mid-1990s. Locker development needs to be catalyzed and Christensen's work with Luck and Peyton is his resume.

Offensive Coordinators Not Retained:
Arizona: Mike Miller
Baltimore: Cam Cameron
Carolina: Rob Chudzinski
Green Bay: Tom Clements
Kansas City: Brian Daboll
Minnesota: Bill Musgrave
New York Jets: Tony Sparano
Philadelphia: Marty Mornhinweg
San Diego: Hal Hunter
San Francisco: Tom Gamble
Tennessee: Chris Palmer & Dowell Loggains

Defensive Coordinators Not Retained:
Carolina: Sean McDermott
Cleveland: - Jauron
Dallas: Rob Ryan
Detroit: Gunther Cunningham
Jacksonville: Mel Tucker
Kansas City: Gary Gibbs
Philadelphia: Todd Bowles
Pittsburgh: - LeBeau (Retires)
San Diego: John Pagano (Head Coach)
Tennessee: Jerry Gray

Offensive Coordinators Hired:
Arizona: Marty Mornhinweg
New GM Jason Licht spent time in Philadelphia and Mornhinweg is a sophisticated offensive mind that will be responsible for play-calling. This allows Whiz to focus on managing the entire team from the top down.

Baltimore: Norv Turner
Norv Turner is one of the top Air Coryell guys in the history of the game. Joe Flacco is playing in this type of system with Cam Cameron, but I felt Cam should have been let go last offseason. When Turner becomes available, Ozzie Newsome and Harbaugh move quickly to bring him into the fold.

Carolina: Chris Palmer
As aforementioned, Ernie Accorsi is leading the GM search and he has a strong relationship with Chris Palmer. Recently axed in Tennessee, he has a track record of working with young QBs.

Green Bay: James Campen
Promoted from Offensive Line Coach.

Kansas City: Eric Studesville
Served on the Buffalo Bills coaching staff with Tom Clements in Buffalo.

Minnesota: Pat Shurmur
Real questions about Christian Ponder are emerging and it's time for a new coordinator to shake things up.

New York Jets: Jason Garrett
The Tony Sparano never made sense on so many levels. His lack of creativity has been well-chronicled, but he's been trying to protect a QB that simply cannot play in this league. Garrett uses this as a stepping stone to his next gig.

Philadelphia: Jeremy Bates
QB Coach in Chicago and a connection to Gruden.

San Diego: Rob Chudzinski
Returns to San Diego, where he was previously TE coach. The Chargers try to create a seamless transition from the old regime with familiar faces.

San Francisco: VACANT
Harbaugh doesn't hire anybody- He'll call the plays.

Tennessee: Ron Turner
Turner is now in Tampa Bay, but worked in Indianapolis for years with Christensen.

Defensive Coordinators Hired:
Carolina: Brian VanGorder
His future at Auburn is up in the air after Gene Chizik's firing. He's got experience in the NFC South and he runs the 4-3.

Cleveland: Ron Rivera
Andy does not retain longtime friend - Jauron, as he always felt Ron Rivera was the one that got away.

Dallas: Romeo Crennel
3-4 Two Gap scheme that Sean Payton is more comfortable with. I just do not believe a working relationship between Sean Payton and the brash Rob Ryan can work. Plus, his Defense hasn't exactly lived up to expectations. Romeo is one of the best motivators and coaches in the league. He'll be forces to adapt his coverage schemes on the backend, as he has Man Cover Corners. But he has experience with Carr and Claiborne is an exciting young player that would instantly benefit from a coach of Romeo's quality.

Detroit: Todd Bowles
Bowles and Mayhew have a relationship. Cunningham has to go and it's a sad day in Detroit because he's a real football guy and a great personality.

Jacksonville: Lou Spanos
Lou Spanos will implement a 3-4 in Jacksonville. Returns from the College Ranks. Rumors have circulated that Polian never really wanted to hire Dungy, who was a Steelers player. Polian has subtle connections to that Steelers franchise.

Kansas City: Winston Moss
LB's Coach will be an instant candidate for a HC job because he inherits one of the best Defenses in the game today.

Philadelphia: Rob Ryan
Gruden can put up with Rob Ryan, but he emphasizes that Rob must use multiple coverage schemes and also simplify his playbook. Rob agrees.

Pittsburgh: Keith Butler
Longtime Assistant takes over for Retiring LeBeau.

San Diego: Teryl Austin
Baltimore Guy with College experience. Secondary Coach.

Tennessee: Sal Sunseri
Tennessee DC doesn't pack his bags.

PLAYER PERSONNEL:

Cuts:

Arizona:
QB Kevin Kolb
OG Adam Snyder
LB Stewart Bradley

Atlanta:
RB Michael Turner

Baltimore:
OG Bobbie Williams

Buffalo:
WR Brad Smith
DE Chris Kelsay

Carolina:
RB DeAngelo Williams
WR Armanti Edwards
LB James Anderson
K Graham Cano

Chicago:
TE Kellen Davis

Cincinnati:
DE Jamaal Anderson
CB Jason Allen

Cleveland:
-

Dallas:
OT Doug Free
LB Dan Connor

Denver:
LB Joe Mays
LB D.J. Williams

Detroit:
WR Nate Burleson
DE Kyle Vanden Bosch

Green Bay:
C Jeff Saturday

Houston:
-

Indianapolis:
RB Donald Brown

Jacksonville:
OT Guy Whimpher
DE Jason Babin
LB Clint Session
S Dawan Landry

Kansas City:
QB Matt Cassel
TE Kevin Boss

Miami:
OG Richie Incognito

Minnesota:
WR Michael Jenkins
TE John Carlson

New England:
-

New Orleans:
OT Zach Strief
DE Will Smith
LB Jonathan Vilma

New York Giants:
OT David Diehl
CB Terrell Thomas (Resigned)

New York Jets:
OT Jason Smith
LB Bart Scott
S Eric Smith (Resigned)

Oakland:
QB Carson Palmer (Resigned)
WR Darrius Heyward-Bey
DE Dave Tollefson
DT Tommy Kelly

Philadelphia:
QB Michael Vick
OT Demetress Bell
DT Cullen Jenkins

Pittsburgh:
-

San Diego:
QB Charlie Whitehurst
WR Eddie Royal

San Francisco:
QB Alex Smith

Seattle:
WR Ben Obomanu

St. Louis:
OT Wayne Hunter
S Quintin Mikell

Tampa Bay:
LB Quincy Black

Tennessee:
WR Lavelle Hawkins
C Eugene Amano
S Jordan Babineaux

Washington:
OT Jammal Brown
S Tanard Jackson
S Brandon Meriweather

Franchised Players:
1. Joe Flacco QB Baltimore (Exclusive)
2. Reggie Bush RB Miami
3. Jared Cook TE Tennessee
4. Fred Davis TE Washington
5. Dustin Keller TE New York Jets
6. Brandon Albert OL Kansas City
7. Jermon Bushrod OL New Orleans
8. Phil Loadholt OL Minnesota
9. Andre Smith Jr OL Cincinnati
10. Sebastian Vollmer OL New England
11. Michael Bennett DE Tampa Bay
12. Henry Melton DT Chicago
13. Derek Cox CB Jacksonville
14. Keenan Lewis CB Pittsburgh
15. Jairus Byrd S Buffalo
16. Louis Delmas S Detroit
17. William Moore S Atlanta
18. Kenny Phillips S New York Giants
19. Glover Quin S Houston
20. Steven Hauschka K Seattle
21. Reggie Hodges P Cleveland
22. Shane Lechler P Oakland

UFA Resigned:

Arizona:
RB Chris "Beanie" Wells (Club Option)
LB Paris Lenon
CB Greg Toler
S Kerry Rhodes (Voidable Year)

Atlanta:
TE Tony Gonzalez
OT Sam Baker
DT Vance Walker
CB Chris Owens

Baltimore:
LB Dannell Ellerbe
LB Paul Kruger
S James Ihedigbo

Buffalo:
FB Corey McIntyre
OG Kraig Urbik
DE Kyle Moore
LB Bryan Scott

Carolina:
LB Jason Phillips
CB Captain Munnerlyn

Chicago:
OL Jonathan Scott
LB Brian Urlacher
CB Kelvin Hayden

Cincinnati:
OL Dennis Roland
DE Wallace Gilberry
LB Manny Lawson
LB Rey Maualuga
LB Dan Skuta
CB Adam "Pacman" Jones
DB Nate Clements
K Mike Nugent
P Kevin Huber

Cleveland:
LB Kaluka Maiava
CB Sheldon Brown
K Phil Dawson

Dallas:
TE John Phillips
LB Victor Butler
LB Ernie Sims

Denver:
WR Brandon Stokley
DL Justin Bannan
DT Kevin Vickerson
S David Bruton

Detroit:
WR Kassim Osgood
OT Corey Hilliard
LB Justin Durant
LB Ashlee Palmer
CB Chris Houston
K Jason Hanson

Green Bay:
LB Brad Jones

Houston:
OL Ryan Harris
DT Shaun Cody
LB Barrett Ruud
K Shayne Graham
P Donnie Jones

Indianapolis:
QB Drew Stanton
WR Donnie Avery
OT Winston Justice
NT Antonio Johnson
LB Moise Fokou

Jacksonville:
RB Rashad Jennings
WR Jordan Shipley
CB Rashean Mathis

Kansas City:
QB Brady Quinn
DL Ropati Pitoitua
LB Brandon Siler

Miami:
WR Brian Hartline
DT Randy Starks
S Chris Clemons

Minnesota:
FB Jerome Felton
LB Erin Henderson
LB Marvin Mitchell
S Jamarca Sanford

New England:
WR Julian Edelman
WR Wes Welker
OG Donald Thomas
DE Trevor Scott

New Orleans:
QB Chase Daniel
WR Courtney Roby

New York Giants:
QB David Carr
WR Victor Cruz
OT Will Beatty
LB Chase Blackburn
K Lawrence Tynes

New York Jets:
RB Shonn Greene
LB Bryan Thomas
S LaRon Landry

Oakland:
TE Brandon Myers
DE Andre Carter
LB Philip Wheeler
CB Joselio Hanson
S Matt Giordano

Philadelphia:
LS Jon Dorenbos

Pittsburgh:
OT Max Starks
NT Casey Hampton
S Will Allen
S Ryan Mundy

San Diego:
WR Denario Alexander
OL Rex Hadnot
DL Vaughn Martin
LB Demorrio Williams
CB Quentin Jammer

San Francisco:
OG Leonard Davis
DL Ricky Jean-Francois
LB Tavares Gooden

Seattle:
LB LeRoy Hill
CB Marcus Trufant

St. Louis:
QB Kellen Clemens
RB Steven Jackson
WR Danny Amendola
LB Rocky McIntosh
S Craig Dahl

Tampa Bay:
CB E.J. Biggers
S Ronde Barber

Tennessee:
FB Quinn Johnson
C Fernando Velasco
K Rob Bironas

Washington:
OG Kory Lichtensteiger
LB Lorenzo Alexander
LB Chris Wilson

UFA Signed Pre-Draft:

QB:
Derek Anderson- Pittsburgh
Jason Campbell- Carolina
Matt Cassel- Tennessee
Trent Edwards- Atlanta
Bruce Gradkowski- Philadelphia
Kevin Kolb- Cleveland
Matt Moore- San Francisco
Alex Smith- New York Jets
Tyler Thigpen- Seattle
Charlie Whitehurst- Baltimore

RB-FB:
Donald Brown- Tennessee
James Casey- St. Louis
Tashard Choice- Atlanta
Justin Forsett- Tampa Bay
Mike Goodson- Jacksonville
Peyton Hillis- Dallas
Brandon Jackson- Miami
Felix Jones- Arizona
Brian Leonard- Tampa Bay
LaRod Stephens-Howling- Oakland
Michael Turner- Indianapolis
DeAngelo Williams- Denver
Danny Woodhead- Green Bay

WR:
Ramses Barden- Philadelphia
Dwayne Bowe- Miami
Nate Burleson- Buffalo
Josh Cribbs- Cincinnati
Brandon Gibson- Cleveland
Ted Ginn Jr- Baltimore
Lavelle Hawkins- Chicago
Devery Henderson- Dallas
Darrius Heyward-Bey- Minnesota
Greg Jennings- Kansas City
Johnny Knox- Philadelphia
Mohamed Massaquoi- New Orleans
Ben Obomanu- New York Jets
Kevin Ogletree- New York Giants
Brad Smith- Arizona
Mike Wallace- Carolina
Matt Willis- Oakland

TE:
Martellus Bennett- Buffalo
Travis Beckum- Jacksonville
Dallas Clark- Denver
Kellen Davis- San Francisco
Anthony Fasano- Kansas City
Ben Hartsock- New York Jets
Will Heller- Washington
Dante Rosario- Philadelphia
Delanie Walker- Cleveland
Benjamin Watson- Chicago

OT:
Khalif Barnes- Buffalo
Eben Britton- Detroit
Rashad Butler- Washington
Gosder Cherlius- Arizona
King Dunlap- Arizona
Doug Free- Seattle
Jake Long- Chicago
Tyler Polumbus- Minnesota
Jason Smith- Houston
Zach Strief- Dallas
Will Svitek- St. Louis

OG:
Kevin Boothe- Cleveland
Antoine Caldwell- San Diego
Evan Dietrich-Smith- Oakland
Ramon Foster- Jacksonville
Tyronne Green- Indianapolis
Richie Incognito- New York Jets
Andy Levitre- Miami
Ryan Lilja- Denver
Brandon Moore- Pittsburgh
Geoff Schwartz- Jacksonville
Matt Slauson- Dallas
Adam Snyder- Carolina
Chris Spencer- Tennessee
Louis Vazquez- Atlanta

OC:
Eugene Amano- Philadelphia
Doug Legursky- Cincinnati
Brad Meester- New Orleans
Robert Turner- Indianapolis

DE:
Cliff Avril- Cincinnati
Jason Babin- Seattle
Mike DeVito- New England
Dwight Freeney- New England
Israel Idonije- San Francisco
Lawrence Jackson- Miami
Michael Johnson- Detroit
Spencer JOhnson- Arizona
Matt Shaughnessy- Cleveland
Dave Tollefson- Green Bay
Osi Umenyiora- New Orleans
Kyle Vanden Bosch- Tennessee

DT:
Ron Brace- Washington
Alan Branch- Minnesota
Desmond Bryant- New York Giants
Glenn Dorsey- New Orleans
Sedrick Ellis- Cincinnati
Kedrick Golston- Philadelphia
Sammie Lee Hill- Buffalo
Cullen Jenkins- San Diego
Jason Jones- Detroit
Tommy Kelly- Denver
Terrance Knighton- Indianapolis
Derek Landri- Cleveland
Sen'Derrick Marks- Kansas City
Tony McDaniel- Jacksonville
Pat Sims- Oakland
Shaun Smith- Dallas
Isaac Sopoaga- Carolina
Corey Williams- Baltimore
Kevin Williams- Atlanta

LB:
James Anderson- Buffalo
Connor Barwin- Indianapolis
Jasper Brinkley- Pittsburgh
Jonathan Casillas- St. Louis
Dan Connor- Philadelphia
Aaron Curry- Cincinnati
Tim Dobbins- Tampa Bay
Larry Foote- Jacksonville
Larry Grant- Kansas City
Rob Jackson- Oakland
Akeem Jordan- Seattle
DeAndre Levy- Minnesota
Rolando McClain- Baltimore
Mike Peterson- Carolina
Shaun Phillips- Houston
Nick Roach- Cleveland
Clint Session- Chicago
Daryl Smith- Denver
Anthony Spencer- Green Bay
Erik Walden- New York Jets
D.J. Williams- New York Giants

CB:
Jason Allen- Miami
Kyle Arrington- Atlanta
Ron Bartell- New Orleans
Don Carey- Arizona
Chris Carr- Oakland
Antoine Cason- Oakland
Bradley Fletcher- Tennessee
Brent Grimes- Philadelphia
Mike Jenkins- Tampa Bay
Jacob Lacey- Jacksonville
Brice McCain- Baltimore
Leodis McKelvin- San Diego
William Middleton- Denver
D.J. Moore- Buffalo
Ryan Mouton- St. Louis
Tracy Porter- Washington
Domonique Rodgers-Cromartie- New England
Sean Smith- Minnesota
Aqib Talib- Dallas
Cary Williams- Kansas City

S:
Jordan Babineaux- Tampa Bay
Rafael Bush- Carolina
Patrick Chung- San Diego
Abram Elam- Detroit
Dashon Goldson- Washington
Reshad Johnson- Tennessee
Dawan Landry- St. Louis
Sherrod Martin- Jacksonville
Quintin Mikell- Cleveland
Ed Reed- San Francisco

Trades w/ Players:
1. St. Louis trades QB Sam Bradford + Pick 12 to Cleveland for Picks 6, 103, + 2014 3rd.
2. Tennessee trades QB Matt Hasselbeck to Minnesota for Pick 187.
3. Jacksonville trades RB Maurice Jones-Drew to Atlanta for Pick 90 + Contingent 2014 Selection.
4. Dallas trades WR Dez Bryant to Seattle for Pick 49 + 2014 5th.
5. Minnesota trades WR Percy Harvin + Pick 115 to New England for Pick 27.
6. Philadelphia trades WR Jeremy Maclin to Denver for Pick 61.
7. Detroit trades WR Titus Young to Pittsburgh for Pick 196.
8. Green Bay trades TE Jermichael Finley to Miami for Pick 76 + 2014 4th.
9. New England trades DE Jermaine Cunningham to Detroit for Pick 180.
10. Oakland trades S Michael Huff to Philadelphia for Pick 136 + 2014 7th.

Trades w/ Picks:
1. Oakland trades Pick 3 (2,200) to Arizona for Picks 5, 65 (1,965), + 2014 4th.
2. Buffalo trades Pick 10 (1,300) to Dallas for Picks 15 + 75 (1,265)
3. Cleveland trades Pick 12 (1,200) to Tampa Bay for Picks 16 + 79 (1,195)
4. Indianapolis trades Pick 22 (780) to Philadelphia for Picks 35, 101 (646) + 2014 3rd.
5. Green Bay trades Pick 26 (700) to San Francisco for Picks 32 + 94 (714)
6. Denver trades Pick 31 (600) to Tennessee for Picks 39 + 105 (594)
7. Kansas City trades Pick 34 (560) to Cincinnati for Picks 37 + 152 (560.6)
8. Arizona trades Pick 36 (540) to Miami for Picks 52 + 85 (545)
9. Miami trades Picks 44 + 111 (532) to Baltimore for Picks 54, 86, + 195 (533.4)

2013 NFL Draft:

Round 1:
1. Jacksonville (2-14): Luke Joeckel OT Texas A&M
2. Kansas City (3-13): Mike Glennon QB N.C. State
3. Arizona (From Oakland 4-12): Geno Smith QB West Virginia
4. Philadelphia (4-12): Star Lotulelei DT Utah
5. Oakland (From Arizona 4-12): Damontre Moore DE Texas A&M
6. St. Louis (From Cleveland 5-11): Matt Barkley QB USC
7. Carolina (5-11): DeMarcus 'Dee' Milliner CB Alabama
8. Tennessee (5-11): Manti Te'o ILB Notre Dame
9. San Diego (6-10): Taylor Lewan OT Michigan
10. Dallas (From Buffalo 6-10): Jarvis Jones OLB Georgia
11. Detroit (6-10): Bradley Roby CB Ohio State
12. Tampa Bay (From St. Louis 6-9-1 via Cleveland): Barkevious Mingo DE LSU
13. New Orleans (7-9): Jonathan Banks CB Mississippi State
14. Miami (7-9): Bjoern Werner DE Florida State
15. Buffalo (From Dallas 7-9): Tyler Wilson QB Arkansas
16. Cleveland (From Tampa Bay 8-Cool: Sam Montgomery DE LSU
17. New York Jets (8-Cool: Chance Warmack OG Alabama
18. Minnesota (8-Cool: Johnathan Hankins DT Ohio State
19. Cincinnati (9-7): Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame
20. Seattle (9-7): Sheldon Richardson DT Missouri
21. St. Louis (From Washington 9-7): Jake Matthews OT Texas A&M
22. Philadelphia (From Indianapolis 10-6): Eric Fisher OT Central Michigan
23. Chicago (10-6): Jonathan Cooper OG North Carolina
24. Baltimore (12-4): Dion Jordan DE Oregon
25. Pittsburgh (9-7): Alec Ogletree LB Georgia
26. San Francisco (From Green Bay 11-5): Robert Woods WR USC
27. Minnesota (From New England 13-3): Keenan Allen WR California
28. Atlanta (14-2): Tony Jefferson S Oklahoma
29. New York Giants (10-6): Xavier Rhodes CB Florida State
30. Houston (14-2): Justin Hunter WR Tennessee
31. Tennessee (From Denver 12-4): Matt Elam S Florida
32. Green Bay (From San Francisco 11-4-1): Giovani Bernard RB North Carolina

Round 2:
33. Jacksonville: John Jenkins DT Georgia
34. Cincinnati (From Kansas City): Eric Reid S LSU
35. Indianapolis (From Philadelphia): Barrett Jones OG Alabama
36. Miami (From Arizona): Tavon Austin WR West Virginia
37. Kansas City (From Oakland via Cincinnati): Cordarrelle Patterson WR Tennessee
38. Carolina: Kawann Short DT Purdue
39. Denver (From Tennessee): C.J. Mosley LB Alabama
40. Buffalo: Terrance Williams WR Baylor
41. Detroit: Phillip Thomas S Fresno State
42. San Diego: Will Davis CB Utah State
43. St. Louis: Sharrif Floyd DT Florida
44. Baltimore (From Miami): Lane Johnson OT Oklahoma
45. Dallas: Travis Swanson C Arkansas
6. New York Jets: Anthony Barr OLB UCLA
47. Minnesota: Dallas Thomas OT Tennesse
48. Tampa Bay: Logan Ryan CB Rutgers
49. Dallas (From Seattle): Da'Rick Rogers WR Tennessee Tech
50. Cincinnati: Jonathan Franklin RB UCLA
51. Washington: Shawn Williams S Georgia
52. Arizona (From Indianapolis via Miami): Cyril Richardson OG Baylor
53. Chicago: Jordan Poyer CB Oregon State
54. Miami (From Baltimore): Justin Pugh OT Syracuse
55. Pittsburgh: DeAndre Hopkins WR Clemson
56. Green Bay: David Amerson CB N.C. State
57. New England: Ezekiel Ansah DE BYU
58. Atlanta: Brennan Williams OT North Carolina
59. New York Giants: D.J. Fluker OT Alabama
60. Houston: Kenny Vaccaro S Texas
61. Philadelphia (From Denver): Zac Dysert QB Miami Ohio
62. San Francisco: Jesse Williams DT Alabama

Round 3:
63. Jacksonville: Zach Ertz TE Stanford
64. Kansas City: Chase Thomas LB Stanford
65. Oakland (From Arizona): Marcus Lattimore RB South Carolina
66. Oakland: C.J. Fiedorowisc TE Iowa
67. Indianapolis (From Philadelphia): Brandon Jenkins DE Florida State
68. Tennessee: Khaled Holmes C USC
69. Cleveland: Joseph Fauria TE UCLA
70. San Francisco (From Carolina): Rontez Miles S California (PA)
71. Detroit: Jonotthan Harrison C Florida
72. San Diego: Baccari Rambo S Georgia
73. Buffalo: Nico Johnson LB Alabama
74. St. Louis: Markus Wheaton WR Oregon State
75. Buffalo (From Dallas): Quanterus Smith DE Western Kentucky
76. Green Bay (From Miami): Gavin Escobar TE San Diego State
77. New Orleans: Aaron Dobson WR Marshall
78. Minnesota: Sylvester Williams DT North Carolina
79. Cleveland (From Tampa Bay): Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB U Conn
80. New York Jets: Ricky Wagner OT Wisconsin
81. Cincinnati: Alex Okafor DE Texas
82. Seattle: Oday Aboushi OT Virginia
83. Washington: John Simon DL Ohio State
84. Indianapolis: Quinton Patton WR Louisiana Tech
85. Arizona (From Chicago via Miami): Stedman Bailey WR West Virginia
86. Miami (From Baltimore): Sean Porter LB Texas A&M
87. Pittsburgh: Larry Warford OG Kentucky
88. Green Bay: Montari Hughes DT Tennessee Martin
89. New England: Robert Lester S Alabama
90. Jacksonville (From Atlanta): E.J. Manuel QB Florida State
91. New York Giants: Khasheem Greene LB Rutgers
92. Houston: Brian Winters OT Kent State
93. Denver: Leon McFadden CB San Diego State
94. Green Bay (From San Francisco): Jordan Reed TE Florida
95. Kansas City (Compensatory): Eddie Lacy RB Alabama
96. Tennessee (Compensatory): Braden Hansen OG BYU
97. New Orleans (Compensatory): Devin Taylor DE South Carolina


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Jacksonville (2-14):

GM: Bill Polian
New DC: Lou Spanos (Switch to 3-4)

Departed via Trade: RB Maurice Jones-Drew

Cuts:
OT Guy Whimpher
DE Jason Babin
LB Clint Session
S Dawan Landry

Franchised: CB Derek Cox

UFA Resigned:
RB Rashad Jennings
WR Jordan Shipley
CB Rashean Mathis

UFA Signed:
RB Mike Goodson
TE Travis Beckum
OG Ramon Foster
DT Tony McDaniel
LB Larry Foote
CB Jacob Lacey
DB Sherrod Martin

Draft:
1. Luke Joeckel OT Texas A&M
33. John Jenkins DT Georgia
63. Zach Ertz TE Stanford
90. E.J. Manuel QB Florida State

Kansas City (3-13):

GM: Lake Dawson
HC: Tom Clements
OC: Eric Studesville
DC: Winston Moss

Cuts:
QB Matt Cassel
TE Kevin Boss

Franchised: OT Brandon Albert

UFA Resigned:
QB Brady Quinn
DL Ropati Pitoitua
LB Brandon Siler

UFA Signed:
WR Greg Jennings
TE Anthony Fasano
DT Sen'Derrick Marks
LB Larry Grant
CB Cary Williams

Draft:
2. Mike Glennon QB N.C. State
37. Cordarrelle Patterson WR Tennessee
64. Chase Thomas LB Stanford
95. Eddie Lacy RB Alabama

Oakland (4-12):

Departed via Trade: S Michael Huff

Cuts:
QB Carson Palmer (Restructured & Resigned)
WR Darrius Heyward-Bey
DE Dave Tollefson
DT Tommy Kelly

Franchised: P Shane Lechler

UFA Resigned:
TE Brandon Myers
DE Andre Carter
LB Philip Wheeler
CB Joselio Hanson
S Matt Giordano

UFA Signed:
RB LaRod Stephens-Howling
WR Matt Willis
OL Evan Dietrich-Smith
DT Pat Sims
LB Rob Jackson
CB Antoine Cason
CB Chris Carr

Draft:
5. Damontre Moore DE Texas A&M
65. Marcus Lattimore RB South Carolina
66. C.J. Fiedorowisc TE Iowa

Philadelphia (4-12):

HC: Jon Gruden
OC: Jeremy Bates
DC: Rob Ryan

Acquired via Trade: S Michael Huff
Departed via Trade: WR Jeremy Maclin

Cuts:
QB Michael Vick
OT Demetress Bell
DT Cullen Jenkins

UFA Resigned:
LS Jon Dorenbos

UFA Signed:
QB Bruce Gradkowski
WR Ramses Barden
WR Johnny Knox
TE Dante Rosario
C Eugene Amano
DT Kedric Golston
LB Dan Connor
CB Brent Grimes
S Tanard Jackson

Draft:
4. Star Lotulelei DT Utah
22. Eric Fisher OT Central Michigan
61. Zac Dysert QB Miami Ohio

Arizona (4-12):

GM: Jason Licht
OC: Marty Mornhinweg

Cuts:
QB Kevin Kolb
OG Adam Snyder
LB Barrett Ruud

UFA Resigned:
RB Chris "Beanie" Wells (Club Option)
LB Paris Lenon
CB Greg Toler
S Kerry Rhodes (Voidable Year)

UFA Signed:
RB Felix Jones
WR Brad Smith
OT Gosder Cherlius
OT King Dunlap
DL Spencer Johnson
CB Don Carey

Draft:
3. Geno Smith QB West Virginia
52. Cyril Richardson OG Baylor
85. Stedman Bailey WR West Virginia

Cleveland (5-11):

HC: Andy Reid
DC: Ron Rivera

Acquired via Trade: QB Sam Bradford

Franchised: P Reggie Hodges

UFA Resigned:
LB Kaluka Maiava
CB Sheldon Brown
K Phil Dawson

UFA Signed:
QB Kevin Kolb
WR Brandon Gibson
TE Delanie Walker
OG Kevin Boothe
DE Matt Shaughnessy
DT Derek Landri
LB Nick Roach
S Quintin Mikell

Draft:
16. Sam Montgomery DE LSU
69. Joseph Fauria TE UCLA
79. Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB U Conn

Carolina (5-11):

GM: Tom Gamble
HC: Greg Roman
OC: Chris Palmer
DC: Brian VanGorder

Cuts:
RB DeAngelo Williams
WR Armanti Edwards
LB James Anderson
K Graham Cano

UFA Resigned:
LB Jason Phillips
CB Captain Munnerlyn

UFA Signed:
QB Jason Campbell
WR Mike Wallace
OG Adam Snyder
DT Isaac Sopoaga
LB Mike Peterson
S Rafael Bush

Draft:
7. DeMarcus 'Dee' Milliner CB Alabama
38. Kawann Short DT Purdue

Tennessee (5-11):

HC: Clyde Christensen
OC: Ron Turner
DC: Sal Sunseri

Cuts:
WR Lavelle Hawkins
C Eugene Amano
S Jordan Babineaux

Franchised: TE Jared Cook

UFA Resigned:
FB Quinn Johnson
C Fernando Velasco
K Rob Bironas

UFA Signed:
QB Matt Cassel
RB Donald Brown
OL Chris Spencer
DE Kyle Vanden Bosch
CB Bradley Fletcher

Draft:
8. Manti Te'o ILB Notre Dame
31. Matt Elam S Florida
68. Khaled Holmes C USC
95. Braden Hansen OG BYU

San Diego (6-10):

GM: John Spanos Jr
HC: John Pagano
OC: Rob Chudzinski
DC: Teryl Austin

Cuts:
QB Charlie Whitehurst
WR Eddie Royal

UFA Resigned:
WR Denario Alexander
OL Rex Hadnot
DL Vaughn Martin
LB Demorrio Williams
CB Quentin Jammer

UFA Signed:
OG Antoine Caldwell
DL Cullen Jenkins
CB Leodis McKelvin
S Patrick Chung

Draft:
9. Taylor Lewan OT Michigan
42. Will Davis CB Utah State
72. Baccari Rambo S Georgia

Buffalo (6-10):

Cuts:
WR Brad Smith
DE Chris Kelsay

Franchised: S Jairus Byrd

UFA Resigned:
FB Corey McIntyre
OG Kraig Urbik
DE Kyle Moore
LB Bryan Scott

UFA Signed:
WR Nate Burleson
TE Martellus Bennett
OT Khalif Barnes
DT Sammie Lee Hill
LB James Anderson
CB D.J. Moore

Draft:
15. Tyler Wilson QB Arkansas
40. Terrance Williams WR Baylor
73. Nico Johnson LB Alabama
75. Quanterus Smith DE Western Kentucky

Detroit (6-10):

DC: Todd Bowles

Acquired via Trade: DE Jermaine Cunningham
Departed via Trade: WR Titus Young

Cuts:
DE Kyle Vanden Bosch

Franchised: S Louis Delmas

UFA Resigned:
WR Kassim Osgood
OT Corey Hilliard
LB Justin Durant
LB Ashlee Palmer
CB Chris Houston
K Jason Hanson

UFA Signed:
OT Eben Britton
DE Michael Johnson
DT Jason Jones
S Abram Elam

Draft:
11. Bradley Roby CB Ohio State
41. Phillip Thomas S Fresno State
71. Jonotthan Harrison C Florida

St. Louis (6-9-1):

Departed via Trade: QB Sam Bradford

Cuts:
OT Wayne Hunter
S Quintin Mikell

UFA Resigned:
QB Kellen Clemens
RB Steven Jackson
WR Danny Amendola
LB Rocky McIntosh
S Craig Dahl

UFA Signed:
FB James Casey
OT Will Svitek
LB Jonathan Casillas
CB Ryan Mouton
S Dawan Landry

Draft:
6. Matt Barkley QB USC
21. Jake Matthews OT Texas A&M
43. Sharrif Floyd DT Florida
74. Markus Wheaton WR Oregon State

New Orleans (7-9):

HC: Joe Vitt

Cuts:
OT Zach Strief
DE Will Smith
LB Jonathan Vilma

Franchised: OT Jermon Bushrod

UFA Resigned:
QB Chase Daniel
WR Courtney Roby

UFA Signed:
WR Mohamed Massaquoi
DE Osi Umenyiora
DT Glenn Dorsey
CB Ron Bartell

Draft:
13. Jonathan Banks CB Mississippi State
77. Aaron Dobson WR Marshall
97. Devin Taylor DE South Carolina

Miami (7-9):

Acquired via Trade: TE Jermichael Finley

Cuts:
OG Richie Incognito

Franchised: RB Reggie Bush

UFA Resigned:
WR Brian Hartline
DT Randy Starks
S Chris Clemons

UFA Signed:
RB Brandon Jackson
WR Dwayne Bowe
OG Andy Levitre
DE Lawrence Jackson
CB Jason Allen

Draft:
14. Bjoern Werner DE Florida State
36. Tavon Austin WR West Virginia
54. Justin Pugh OT Syracuse
86. Sean Porter LB Texas A&M

Dallas (7-9):

HC: Sean Payton
DC: Romeo Crennel

Departed via Trade: WR Dez Bryant

Cuts:
FB Lawrence Vickers
OT Doug Free
LB Dan COnnor

UFA Resigned:
TE John Phillips
LB Victor Butler
LB Ernie Sims

UFA Signed:
RB Peyton Hillis
WR Devery Henderson
OT Zach Strief
OG Matt Slauson
DT Shaun Smith
CB Aqib Talib

Draft:
10. Jarvis Jones OLB Georgia
45. Travis Swanson C Arkansas
49. Da'Rick Rogers WR Tennessee Tech

Tampa Bay (8-Cool:

Cuts:
LB Quincy Black

Franchised: DE Michael Bennett

UFA Resigned:
CB E.J. BIggers
S Ronde Barber

UFA Signed:
RB Justin Forsett
FB Brian Leonard
OL Geoff Schwartz
CB Mike Jenkins
S Jordan Babineaux

Draft:
12. Barkevious Mingo DE LSU
48. Logan Ryan CB Rutgers

New York Jets (8-Cool:

OC: Jason Garrett

Cuts:
OT Jason Smith
LB Bart Scott
S Eric Smith (Resigns)

Franchised: TE Dustin Keller

UFA Resigned:
RB Shonn Greene
LB Bryan Thomas
S LaRon Landry

UFA Signed:
QB Alex Smith
WR Ben Obomau
TE Ben Hartsock
OG Richie Incognito
LB Erik Walden

Draft:
17. Chance Warmack OG Alabama
46. Anthony Barr OLB UCLA
80. Ricky Wagner OT Wisconsin

Minnesota (8-Cool:

OC: Pat Shurmur

Departed via Trade: WR Percy Harvin

Cuts:
WR Michael Jenkins
TE John Carlson

Franchised: OT Phil Ladholt

UFA Resigned:
FB Jerome Felton
LB Erin Henderson
LB Marvin Mitchell
S Jamarca Sanford

UFA Signed:
WR Darrius Heyward-Bey
OL Tyler Polumbus
DT Alan Branch
LB DeAndre Levy
CB Sean Smith

Draft:
18. Johnathan Hankins DT Ohio State
27. Keenan Allen WR California
47. Dallas Thomas OT Tennessee
78. Sylvester Williams DT North Carolina

Cincinnati (9-7):

Cuts:
DE Jamaal Anderson
CB Jason Allen

Franchised: OT Andre Smith Jr

UFA Resigned:
OL Dennis Roland
DE Wallace Gilberry
LB Manny Lawson
LB Rey Maualuga
LB Dan Skutka
CB Adam "Pacman" Jones
DB Nate Clements
K Mike Nugent
P Kevin Huber

UFA Signed:
WR Josh Cribbs
C Doug Legursky
DE Cliff Avril
DT Sedrick Ellis
LB Aaron Curry

Draft:
19. Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame
34. Eric Reid S LSU
50. Jonathan Franklin RB UCLA
81. Alex Okafor DE Texas

Seattle (9-7):

Cuts:
WR Ben Obomanu

Acquired via Trade: WR Dez Bryant

Franchised: K Steven Hauschka

UFA Resigned:
LB LeRoy Hill
CB Marcus Trufant

UFA Signed:
QB Tyler Thigpen
FB James Casey
DE Jason Babin
LB Akeem Jordan

Draft:
20. Sheldon Richardson DT Missouri
82. Oday Aboushi OT Virginia

Washington (9-7):

Cuts:
OT Jammal Brown
S Tanard Jackson
S Brandon Meriweather

UFA Resigned:
OL Kory Lichtensteiger
LB Lorenzo Alexander
LB Chris Wilson

UFA Signed:
TE Will Heller
OT Rashad Butler
NT Ron Brace
CB Tracy Porter
S Dashon Goldson

Draft:
51. Shawn Williams S Georgia
83. John Simon DL Ohio State

Indianapolis (10-6);

Cuts:
RB Donald Brown

UFA Resigned:
QB Drew Stanton
WR Donnie Avery
OT Winston Justice
NT Antonio Johnson
LB Moise Fokou

UFA Signed:
RB Michael Turner
OG Tyronne Green
OL Robert Turner
NT Terrance Knighton
LB Connor Barwin

Draft:
35. Dallas Thomas OT Tennessee
67. Brandon Jenkins DE Florida State
84. Quinton Patton WR Louisiana Tech

Chicago (10-6):

Cuts:
TE Kellen Davis

Franchised: DT Henry Melton

UFA Resigned:
OL Jonathan Scott
LB Brian Urlacher
CB Kelvin Hayden

UFA Signed:
WR Lavelle Hawkins
TE Ben Watson
OT Jake Long
LB Clint Session

Draft:
23. Jonathan Cooper OG North Carolina
53. Jordan Poyer CB Oregon State

Baltimore (12-4):

OC: Norv Turner

Franchised: QB Joe Flacco (Exclusive)

Cuts:
OG Bobbie Williams

UFA Resigned:
LB Dannell Ellerbe
LB Paul Kruger
S James Ihedigbo

UFA Signed:
QB Charlie Whitehurst
WR Ted Ginn Jr
DL Corey Williams
LB Rolando McClain
CB Brice McCain

Draft:
24. Dion Jordan DE Oregon
44. Lane Johnson OT Oklahoma

Pittsburgh (9-7):

DC: Keith Butler

Acquired via Trade: WR Titus Young

Franchised: CB Keenan Lewis

UFA Resigned:
OT Max Starks
NT Casey Hampton
S Will Allen
DB Ryan Mundy

UFA Signed:
QB Derek Anderson
OG Brandon Moore
LB Jasper Brinkley

Draft:
25. Alec Ogletree LB Georgia
55. DeAndre Hopkins WR Clemson
87. Larry Warford OG Kentucky

Green Bay (11-5):

OC: James Campen

Departed via Trade: TE Jermichael Finley

Cuts:
C Jeff Saturday

UFA Resigned:
LB Brad Jones

UFA Signed:
RB Danny Woodhead
DE Dave Tollefson
LB Anthony Spencer

Draft:
32. Giovani Bernard RB North Carolina
56. David Amerson CB N.C. State
76. Gavin Escobar TE San Diego State
88. Montari Hughes DT Tennessee Martin
93. Jordan Reed TE Florida
New England (13-3):

Franchised: OT Sebastian Vollmer

Acquired via Trade: WR Percy Harvin
Departed via Trade: DE Jermaine Cunningham

UFA Resigned:
WR Julian Edelman
WR Wes Welker
OG Donald Thomas
DE Trevor Scott

UFA Signed:
DE Mike DeVito
DE Dwight Freeney
CB Domonique Rodgers-Cromartie

Draft:
57. Ezekiel Ansah DE BYU
89. Robert Lester S Alabama

Atlanta (14-2):

Acquired via Trade: RB Maurice Jones-Drew

Cuts:
RB Michael Turner

Franchised: S William Moore

UFA Resigned:
TE Tony Gonzalez
OT Sam Baker
DT Vance Walker
CB Chris Owens

UFA Signed:
QB Trent Edwards
RB Tashard Choice
OG Louis Vazquez
DT Kevin Williams
CB Kyle Arrington

Draft:
28. Tony Jefferson S Oklahoma
58. Brennan Williams OT North Carolina

New York Giants (10-6):

Cuts:
OT David Diehl
CB Terrell Thomas (Resigned)

Franchised: S Kenny Phillips

UFA Resigned:
QB David Carr
WR Victor Cruz
OT Will Beatty
LB Chase Blackburn
K Lawrence Tynes

UFA Signed:
WR Kevin Ogletree
DT Desmond Bryant
LB D.J. Williams

New York Giants:
29. Xavier Rhodes CB Florida State
59. D.J. Fluker OT Alabama
91. Khasheem Greene LB Rutgers

Houston (12-4):

Franchised: S Glover Quin

UFA Resigned:
OT Ryan Harris
NT Shaun Cody
LB Barrett Ruud
K Shayne Graham
P Donnie Jones

UFA Signed:
OT Jason Smith
LB Shaun Phillips

Draft:
30. Justin Hunter WR Tennessee
60. Kenny Vaccaro S Texas
92. Brian Winters OT Kent State

Denver (12-4):

Acquired via Trade: WR Jeremy Maclin

Cuts:
LB Joe Mays
LB D.J. Williams

Franchised: OT Ryan Clady

UFA Resigned:
WR Brandon Stokley
DL Justin Bannan
DT Kevin Vickerson
S David Bruton

UFA Signed:
RB DeAngelo Williams
TE Dallas Clark
OG Ryan Lilja
DT Tommy Kelly
LB Daryl Smith
CB William Middleton

Draft:
39. C.. Mosley LB Alabama
93. Leon McFadden CB San Diego State


San Francisco (11-4-1):

Cuts:
QB Alex Smith

UFA Resigned:
OG Leonard Davis
DL Ricky Jean-Francois
LB Tavares Gooden

UFA Signed:
QB Matt Moore
TE Kellen Davis
DL Israel Idonije
S Ed Reed

Draft:
26. Robert Woods WR USC
62. Jesse Williams DT Alabama
70. Rontez Miles S California (PA)


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 6:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i'm not high on sam. but this mock must be a joke.
i stopped after we trade sam away to get matt barkley?

c'mon man! stop it!
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 6:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Shocked Looks like you put a ton of time into this. Great job.



Conquest8089 wrote:
New York Jets (8-8):

OC: Jason Garrett

Cuts:
OT Jason Smith
LB Bart Scott
S Eric Smith (Resigns)

Franchised: TE Dustin Keller

UFA Resigned:
RB Shonn Greene
LB Bryan Thomas
S LaRon Landry

UFA Signed:
QB Alex Smith
WR Ben Obomau
TE Ben Hartsock
OG Richie Incognito
LB Erik Walden
CB Sean Smith

Draft:
17. Chance Warmack OG Alabama
46. Anthony Barr OLB UCLA
80. Ricky Wagner OT Wisconsin

I like the OC change.

The three cuts you made are solid, although I would not want Smith resigned. I also expect the team to cut Calvin Pace (would save $8.5M) and Tim Tebow.

Happy to see Keller and Landry brought back. I hope we wouldn't overpay Greene. Thomas is not good at this point in his career.

I think the Jets can do better in FA. Assuming all necessary cuts are made, the Jets will have plenty of cap room. Alex Smith is ok as a stop-gap QB, but I'm not really a fan of the rest of the moves. Not a fan of Richie Incognito at all. Sean Smith would not be offered much PT here. We can sign a better pass rusher than Erik Walden.

I LOVE the Barr pick. The OL picks aren't bad, although I don't think we need to take two so early. We have bigger needs than replacing Austin Howard at RT. With QB Zac Dysert off the board there, I would like to see the Jets take WR Quinton Patton in the third.
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Jarvis Jones? YES YES YES YES YES!

The rest? Meh.

Jerry has confirmed that Garrett will not be fired.
Rob Ryan has been doing fairly good, despite what stats say. Its not his fault.
Why would we cut Lawrence Vickers? He's one of the best FBs in the league.
There is NO way we trade Dez. He's been playing great lately.

But still I LOVE this. Not so much for the Cowboys, but just in general, this is excellent. Must have taken a LONG time. Great work!
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Philadelphia (4-12):

HC: Jon Gruden
OC: Jeremy Bates
DC: Rob Ryan

Acquired via Trade: S Michael Huff
Departed via Trade: WR Jeremy Maclin

Cuts:
QB Michael Vick
OT Demetress Bell
DT Cullen Jenkins

UFA Resigned:
LS Jon Dorenbos

UFA Signed:
QB Bruce Gradkowski
WR Ramses Barden
TE Dante Rosario
C Eugene Amano
DT Kedric Golston
LB Dan Connor
CB Brent Grimes
S Tanard Jackson




Hate the coaches you have us hire. No interest in Gruden or ryan coming to our team.

FA pretty much is awful except for Grimes. The rest I'd rather not.

No interest in Michael Huff.

If you trade Maclin actually replace him.

Star is Ok, but I would prefer a pass rusher.

We don't really need an OT. Not enough to trade back into the first for one.

We need a franchise QB Dysert is a waste of a pick.



Good effort but I really would be upset with that for teh eagles.
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This is some work man but a couple things I did not like about the Bills. First off letting Levitre walk and then signing an OT in his place doesnt make much sense. After Byrd Levitre is the most important free agent and I would imagine they will do what they can to lock him up. Their OLINE has been a pleasant surprise this year and he is one of if not the main reason. Second a few waste in free agency. I dont see us signing Bennett we wont give out the cash when we just signed Chandler. Nothing against Burleson but he cant stay healthy and personally I wouldnt want him ahead of Donald Jones or David Nelson add to the fact you gave us Terrance Williams who I love.

For the draft. That is the exact route I want the Bills to go trade back get an extra 2nd or 3rd QB WR but you missed or biggest need which is LB. James Anderson is a decent pick up but we need some youth in there so take out the DE and give us K. Greene from Rutgers. Also just to note, Buddy Nix's loves guys from big time programs, so I doubt you will see much of the small school guys much at all.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 6:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ninjapirate wrote:
We need a franchise QB Dysert is a waste of a pick.

I'll take him if you don't want him.
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Nice job on the effort it took to make this, but for the Vikings:

Mike Wallace and Greg Jennings are on the move in FA and the best the Vikings can do is Darius Heyward-Bey?

An OT in free agency when we already have Kalil and Loadholt?

Trading away our only decent WR (Harvin) along with a 4th and the best we can get is a single late 1st ?!?!?!?

Another OT in the 2nd round ?????? OT isn't a need, OG is.
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Good effort, maybe next time bold some things.. For the Bills, Khalif Barnes makes no sense. He is not better than Pears and we would resign Andy Levitre over bringing in Barnes.

The draft is decent, we get our QB of the future and starting WR in Williams.. The addition of Martellus Bennett to Scott Chandler and Williams with Stevie Johnson, Donald Jones, TJ Graham and David Nelson makes sense and looks good.

Not keen on our FA acquisitions but keeping Byrd, and Levitre with that draft is a solid off season.

Good work
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 7:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't see us cutting Brown or signing Turner.

Pretty good Draft, but I'm not sure where Patton would fit with us. Wayne, Hilton, and Avery have the top 3 spots locked down.
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So you cut GB's starting Center, and don't resign their only back-up Center, don't sign a FA Center, don't trade for a Center, then don't draft a Center in favor of 2 TE to go with the other 4 TE left after Finley was traded... I'm assuming all of the RFA re-sign? I wouldn't expect you to fill position coaches, I wouldn't have even attempted. Other than that you were very comprehensive, and did a fairly good job.
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Atlanta (14-2):

Acquired via Trade: RB Maurice Jones-Drew

Cuts:
RB Michael Turner

Franchised: S William Moore

UFA Resigned:
TE Tony Gonzalez
OT Sam Baker
DT Vance Walker
CB Chris Owens

UFA Signed:
QB Trent Edwards
RB Tashard Choice
OG Louis Vazquez
DT Kevin Williams
CB Kyle Arrington

Draft:
28. Tony Jefferson S Oklahoma
58. Brennan Williams OT North Carolina


the only bad move is taking Tony Jefferson. we have no need for a safety with William Moore and Thomas Decoud. Also, no need to sign Tashard Choice, Kevin Williams or Kyle Arrington. those holes are already filled by Vance Walker, MJD, and Chris Owens/Robert McClain.
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I'll keep Sam thanx. Even if we moved him I would not take Barkley.
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A+ for effort. On the raiders: our OC Knapp will be gone, otherwise Raider fans will be raging. Lecher won't be franchised, he'll be cut. I expect more players to be cut as well - Seymour and McClain mainly.
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