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Marcus21


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 02, 2013 11:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I hate to seem critical but this is the worst Redskins Mock I have seen yet! We dont have a FS on our Roster...I asusre you a FS will be taken with one of our first two picks. You have us taking a DT in the 2nd....poor.
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Robbroy45


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 02, 2013 11:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Vikings draft is good but could be a lot better. I'll go pick by pick to make it easier to explain...

1 (23). Keenan Allen is a great pick.
1 (25). Alec Ogletree is good, but personally I'd prefer Arthur Brown here.
2 (54). Reid isnt bad, but if Larry Warford is there Minnesota can't pass him up.
3 (83). I'd take Brandon Williams here, he fills a big need and there's no need to take another receiver this early (even though Da'Rick Rogers is one of my favorite prospects).
4 (102). I like Blidi, but I think he's not a good fit for our scheme, and I'd go DJ Swearinger here since the Vikes have said they're looking for an in the box safety.
4 (120). Kenny Stills is a good pick here.
5 (155). Matt Scott is a great pick here, as well.
6 (189). Braden Brown is a good pick considering we need depth at both tackle spots.
7 (213). I love Miguel Maysonet there, but Knile Davis is better and would be a steal there.
7 (214). I think DJ Hayden would be a better pick there.
7 (229). Nothing wrong with depth, you can keep Eric Martin there.
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jetsfan4life51


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 02, 2013 2:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So the Jets take CB, their best position on the roster and ignore OLB, their worst position?
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Danish49ers


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 02, 2013 3:44 pm    Post subject: Re: Complete 7 rounder (no trades) Reply with quote

Pick: 31 - San Francisco 49ers Jonathan Cyprien, SS - Florida International
Pick: 2 - San Francisco 49ers Margus Hunt, DE - Southern Methodist
Pick: 29 - San Francisco 49ers *David Amerson, CB - North Carolina State
Pick: 12 - San Francisco 49ers *Gavin Escobar, TE - San Diego State
Pick: 31 - San Francisco 49ers *Tyrann Mathieu, CB - LSU
Pick: 31 - San Francisco 49ers Xavier Nixon, OT - Florida
Pick: 34 - San Francisco 49ers *Marcus Lattimore (injured), RB - South Carolina
Pick: 24 - San Francisco 49ers *Kwame Geathers, DT - Georgia
Pick: 31 - San Francisco 49ers *Josh Boyce (injured), WR - TCU
Pick: 12 - San Francisco 49ers Aaron Mellette, WR - Elon
Pick: 21 - San Francisco 49ers Dustin Hopkins, K - Florida State
Pick: 31 - San Francisco 49ers Albert Rosette, ILB - Nevada
Pick: 40 - San Francisco 49ers Mike Purcell, DT - Wyoming
Pick: 46 - San Francisco 49ers *Herman Lathers, OLB - Tennessee

Based on your rankings and using all picks, I would go something like this...
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broadwayjoe


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 04, 2013 11:35 am    Post subject: jets Reply with quote

This would be a tough draft for the Jets. I can stretch to see a WR high but they really need outside linebacker and not a corner. If Revis gets traded then yes they need a CB but then they would get a pick(s) for him. while the value might be there for a CB it would be a mistake to take one and not the TE or OLB that you have available in the 2nd round
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joutman


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 04, 2013 10:39 pm    Post subject: Bills pick Reply with quote

How can you draft OT, RB, DE and leave out other areas like WR and Tight End that are clearly more of a need for us.
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BringinDaPain


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 06, 2013 9:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Round: 1 - Pick: 14 - Carolina Panthers Tavon Austin, WR - West Virginia
Round: 2 - Pick: 12 - Carolina Panthers Sylvester Williams, DT - North Carolina
Round: 4 - Pick: 11 - Carolina Panthers DeVonte Holloman, OLB - South Carolina
Round: 5 - Pick: 15 - Carolina Panthers J.C. Tretter, OG - Cornell
Round: 6 - Pick: 14 - Carolina Panthers Sanders Commings, CB - Georgia

Great draft but would make a change in the 4th and 5th,
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