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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 10:19 am    Post subject: 2013 NFL Mock Draft - 1st Round Reply with quote

1.Kansas City Chiefs QB, OT Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M Andy Reid will want to build his team with a very strong offensive line. I believe that he will take Joeckel here to set a tone for the future of the organization.

2.Jacksonville Jaguars QB, DL DaMontre Moore, DE, Texas A&M The Jaguars have just hired Gus Bradley to be their head coach and he led the Seattle Seahawks to have a top 10 total defense and a number one scoring defense. The Jaguars only had 20 sacks last season and that is unacceptable. The Jags will take more to help create some defensive pressure. The Jags will have Jason Babin and Moore as their defensive ends, and that is a very strong defensive front. That is a very scary combination.

3.Oakland Raiders DT, LB, CB Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah The Oakland Raiders defense is in virtual shambles right now. They are not headed in a direction that includes winning and multiple playoff berths. I believe that the Raiders will draft Lotulelei to try and shore up their defensive line. The Raiders have a lot of holes on their defense a Lotulelei will take care of their biggest need at defensive tackle.

4.Philadelphia Eagles RT, CB, S Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia This will be the first splash pick of the NFL draft. Chip Kelly will have the Eagles switch to a 3-4 defense, and e en though they have a lot of glaring needs in the secondary, I do not seem them passing up on the opportunity to get a perennial pass rusher.

5.Detroit Lions DE, S, CB Bjoern Werner, DE, FSU With the possible departure of Cliff Avril and the declining play of Kyle Vanden Bosch, Mike Schwartz’s hand may be forced to try to pick up another pass rusher. Even with a sloppy secondary, the best way to win to not allow the quarterback to have time to pick apart of the secondary.

6.Cleveland Browns OLB, DE, CB Dee Milner, CB, Alabama With Sheldon Brown turning 34 during the season and with Buster Skrine not being able to become and effective starter, the Browns are going to need a corner to start opposite of Joe Haden. The Browns need to generate some defensive pressure, but with the top pass rushers coming off of the board the Brown will select Milner. Don’t be surprised if the Browns decide to trade down in this scenario.

7.Arizona Cardinals OT, RB, QB Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan It doesn’t matter who the quarterback is if you can’t protect them. The Cardinals will go with the second best tackle in the draft and select Eric Fisher. Fisher is an athletic tackle that is doing very well in the Senior Bowl and should perform well there and in the combine. Fisher would be the best option. The Cardinals gave up almost 60 sacks last season (5Cool; Arians would like to change that.

8.Buffalo Bills QB, ILB, WR Ryan Nassib, Syracuse, QB Marrone will want to chance a chance on Nassib here. Nassib was his guy in Syracuse and it is not unimaginable that Marrone will want Nassib to be his guy again in Buffalo. The selection will mark the end of the Ryan Fitzpatrick era in Buffalo. The selection will also give the Bills some reliability and stability at the quarterback position they haven’t had since Jim Kelly.

9.New York Jets QB, OT, DE, OLB Dion Jordan, OLB/DE, Oregeon Despite the drafting of Quinton Coples and the mediocre play of every quarterback on the roster the Jets will refuse to draft a quarterback with the 9th selection. Jets fans will have to get used to another mediocre season. Either the Jets will get a quarterback in free agency or they will stick with Mark Sanchez for another long year.

10.Tennessee Titians S, CB, G Chance Warmack, G, Alabama The Titans get exactly what could have hoped for in a great run blocking guard. Chance Warmack was clearing holes for Eddie Lacy and T.J. Yeldon all year and I’m sure he can do the same for Chris Johnson in Tennessee.

11.San Diego Chargers OL, CB, DE/OLB Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma The Chargers are in need for some defensive help, but when you are competing in a division with Peyton Manning you are going to need to give you quarterback time so he can keep you in the game. The Chargers gave up 49 sacks last season and that is virtually unacceptable. With a regime change in San Diego, it is probably best that the Chargers get an starting caliber offensive tackle.

12.Miami Dolphins OT, CB, DT Barkevious Mingo, DE/OLB, LSU I don’t really feel comfortable either way with this pick. I think the Dolphins would take an OT if one was available, but with the top three gone I think they will settle one of the best players available. I can see the Dolphins trying to trade down here.

13.Tampa Bay Buccaneers CB, TE, DL Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri The Bucs need someone to get some defensive penetration from the defensive interior other than Gerald McCoy. Richardson will be a perfect fit with the young D line. Bowers will get more snaps and if the team resigns Michael Bennett, the team should be set on the defensive line for years to come.

14.Carolina Panthers DT, CB, S Johnathan Hankins, DT, OSU Carolina is really in dire need for a defensive tackle. They will probably try to resign Dwan Edwards, but even if they do, the depth behind him is still awful. Hankins will allow the Panthers to get younger and allow Charles Johnson and Greg Hardy to get more 1-on-1 matchups.

15.New Orleans Saints DT, DE, S Sam Montgomery, DE, LSU Saints fans should be happy with this selection. Will Smith will leave the organization and the team will need someone to play opposite of Cameron Jordan.

16.St. Louis Rams S, OT, WR Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee The Rams will finally manage to give Sam Bradford and #1 target. Even with the emergence of Brain Quick and the above average slot play of Danny Amendola, the Rams desperately needed someone to take that #1 spot, and Patterson will definitely do so.

17.Pittsburgh Steelers CB, DE, RB Ezekiel Ansah, OLB, BYU The Steelers finished tied for 15th in the league in sacks and that is virtually unacceptable for a top notch defense. The Steelers draft Ansah, a raw prospects with unlimited potential (JPP TYPE), and have him learn from Timmons, Harrison, and Foote.

18.Dallas Cowboys OL, DT, OLB Jonathan Cooper, OG, UNC The Dallas Cowboys have many different needs, but the main one is offensive line. The Cowboys have to be able to give Tony Romo more time in the pocket if they want to be a playoff team. The play of Makenzy Bernardeau and Nate Livings were pitiful, and the Cowboys need an upgrade at one possibly both those positions.

19.New York Giants ILB, OT, CB Alec Ogletree, ILB, Georgia The Giants are in need of a middle linebacker that can play. Ogletree will give the Giants a playmaker that is always around the ball and making plays.

20.Chicago Bears OT, OG, LB D.J. Fluker, OT, Alabama The Bears just cannot handle another season of J’Marcus Webb continuing to protect Jay Cutler. Cutler has made it clear, through his actions and his words, that he doesn’t want Webb out there protecting him. This time, the Bears actually listen.

21.Cincinnati Bengals ILB, S, RB Manti Te’o, ILB, Notre Dame The team is used to taking people that have distractions and making them good players: Adam Jones, Vontaze Burfict. Something tells me that the Bengals will not miss on the opportunity to get Te’o.

22.St. Louis Rams S, OL, WR Barrett Jones, C/G/OT, Alabama After solidifying the receiver position the Rams will look to help solidify their offensive line. The Rams will try to get a player that can play multiple positions and increase competition across the line. Selecting Barrett Jones will do exactly that.

23.Minnesota Vikings WR, LB, DT Keenan Allen, WR, Cal The Vikings thought that bringing in Jerome Simpson would help Christian Ponder develop, but that is obviously not true. The Vikings cannot continue to rely that heavily on Adrian Peterson. The man can only do so much! Allen will provide Ponder with a playmaker that can do some damage after the catch. With the uncertainty behind Percy Harvin the Vikings have a really large need at wide receiver.

24.Indianapolis Colts CB, OT, DT Johnathan Jenkins, DT, Georgia The Colts are going to need a big body to anchor their defensive line. They are going to need someone to clog up a lot of space in the middle and allow Freeney and Mathis to get more 1-on-1 matchups. Plus, being in a division with Maurice Jones-Drew, Chris Johnson, and Arian Foster, they are going to need someone that can help stop the run.

25.Seattle Seahawks DT, RT, DE Sylvester Williams, DT, UNC The Seahawks need to add a defensive playmaker up front on the defensive side of the ball. Alan Branch was decent, but the Hawks need to add someone that can do more damage along the defensive line. Williams is a very mean defensive lineman that should work in excellently at playing the 3 technique.

26.Green Bay Packers C. RB, WR Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama After Lacy’s display of power and finesse in the National Championship, Lacy has more than likely improved his stock to be considered as a first round prospect. The Packers have definitely been in a dire need to have a legitimate running back.

27.Houston Texans OL, ILB, WR Kevin Minter, ILB, LSU The linebacker core for the Texans is getting older and they need some young blood to rejuvenate that defense. Bradie James is nearing the end of his career and Sharpton is not getting it down at the other inside linebacker position.

28.Denver Broncos DT, LB, S Shariff Floyd, DT, Flordia Floyd would help give the Broncos an interior pass rusher. The Broncos are able to get pressure on the quarterback form Miller, Dumervil, and Wolfe, but they need someone on the inside that can wreck just as much damage.

29.New England Patriots CB, WR, DE Corey Lemonier, DE, Auburn Lemonier will give the Patriots a pass rusher to complement Chandler Jones. The production by Ninkovich was good, but Lemonier will give them a very explosive player that could easily average more than 10 sacks a season for years to come.

30.Atlanta Falcons DE, CB Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington Desmond increased his draft stock at the Senior Bowl. He was consistently locking down all of the wide receivers that he was matched up against. When you go up against Drew Brees, Josh Freeman, and Cam Newton twice a year, you are going to need all of the cornerback help you can get.

31.San Francisco 49ers DE, CB, WR Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee The receiving core is needs some young legs. Moss is definitely not getting any younger and Manningham has not bee the free agency pickup that they though he was going to be. The 49ers take Hunter here because he is good value and will help Kaepernick develop.

32.Baltimore Ravens OT, CB, LB Xavier Rhodes, CB, FSU With the questions behind whether or not Cary Williams will return the Ravens will have to take a long look at cornerback. When LaDarius Webb went out with an injury the secondary looked completely ravaged. Rhodes should help with that.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 10:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Like it for the Browns
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 10:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

hate the pats pick
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 10:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jarvis Jones has whispers of him being the dreaded lazy word. He doesn't work out as much as he should.

Combine that with serious health concerns and how is he top 5?
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 11:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I love the value of Rhodes there. I doubt he makes it nearly that far, but if he does, we should pounce.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 11:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Maybe this will help slow some of the Nassib to Buffalo at 8 mocks. According to Draft Insider:

"We’ve been told the Buffalo Bills are not as high on Ryan Nassib as most presume. In fact we’ve heard their scouts don’t even rank him as the best quarterback in Mobile."

http://www.draftinsider.net/blog/?p=6703

Considering you have every QB on the draft board, not just those in Mobile still available at 8, you should probably change Buffalo's pick to someone else.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Like the Cardinals pick
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Te'o is ok, but I like Minter more for MLB. vaccaro would look good at that spot as well.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

INbengalfan wrote:
Te'o is ok, but I like Minter more for MLB. vaccaro would look good at that spot as well.


Completely agree
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nassib will not be the first QB off the board, let alone the only first round QB.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 2:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nassib is ranked 9th in the qb position and after hearing and watching how he has played in the senior bowl he has a weak arm which is exactly what Fitzpatricks issue is as well as accuracy so I dont see Nassib being the 8th overall pick. People that are doing mocks dont really understand what the bills are about the GM like tos take value over set position IE Spiller when they had lynch and Fjax. Bills will likely go OLB DE possibly CB depending if Milliner is there
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 4:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gimme Dion or Geno at 4.
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