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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 7:52 pm    Post subject: T MINUS 24 HRS - Seven Rounds, with Trades, V3 Reply with quote

This is the third and final version of my seven round mock series. I would love to hear more feedback, good and bad. I tried to follow teams philosophies, teams rumoured interest, player visits, etc. as much as possible... but love the feedback!

Round 1

1 Indianapolis Andrew Luck, QB
2.Washington Robert Griffin, QB
3. Minnesota Vikings Morris Claiborne, CB
4. Cleveland Trent Richardson, RB

Trade: Buffalo Bills trade pick # 10, 3rd round pick (#71) and fourth round pick (#105) for Tampa Bays pick.
5. Buffalo Bills (from Tampa Bay) Matt Kalil, OT

6. St Louis Justin Blackmon, WR

Trade: Jaguars trade pick # 7 to the Philadelphia Eagles for pick # 15 and second round pick (# 46)

7.Philadelphia (from Jacksonville) Fletcher Cox, DT
8. Miami Dolphins Ryan Tannehill, QB
9. Carolina Luke Kuechly, LB
10.Tampa Bay (from Buffalo) Dre Kirkpatrick, CB
11. Kansas City Dave Decastro, OG

Trade: Seattle Seahawks trade pick # 12 to the San Diego Chargers for pick # 18, a third round pick (#7Cool and a fifth round pick
(#149)

12. San Diego (from Seattle) Mark Barron, SS
13.Arizona Cardinals – Michael Floyd, WR
14.Dallas Cowboys - Dontari Poe, DE/DT
15. Jacksonville (from Philadelphia) Stephon Gilmore, CB
16. New York Jets Melvin Ingram, DE/OLB
17. Cincinnati Quinton Coples, DE
18. Seattle (from San Diego) Don’t’e Hightower, ILB
19 Chicago Bears- Chandler Jones, DE
20. Tennessee Titans – Whitney Mercilus, DE
21. Cincinnati Courtney Upshaw, OLB
22.Cleveland Stephen Hill, WR
23.Detroit Lions - Jonathan Martin, OT
24. Pittsburgh Steelers Rielly Rieff, OT
25. Denver Broncos Michael Brockers, DT
26. Houston Texans Coby Fleener, TE
27. New England Patriots Devon Still, DT
28. Green Bay Packers Shea Mclellin, OLB
29. Baltimore Ravens Cordy Glenn, OG/OT
Trade: Kansas City trades 2nd round pick (#45) and 3rd Round Pick to San Francisco for Pick #30 and San Francisco’s
6th round pick (#200)

30. Kansas City (from San Francisco 49ers) Brock Osweiler, QB

31. New England Patriots Harrison Smith, S
32. New York Giants Doug Martin, RB

Round 2

33. St Louis Lavonte David, OLB
34. Indianapolis Colts Kendall Wright, WR
35. Minnesota Vikings Mitchell Schwartz, OT
36. Tampa Bay David Wilson, RB
37. Cleveland Brandon Weeden, QB
38. Jacksonville Vinny Curry, DE
39. St Louis Alameda Ta'amu, DT
40. Buffalo Reuben Randle, WR
41. Carolina Jerel Worthy, DT
42. Miami Alshon Jeffrey, WR
43 San Francisco (from Kansas City) Amini Silatulo, OG
44. Seattle Kendal Reyes, DT
45 Dallas Peter Konz, C/OG
46 Jacksonville (from Philadelphia) Brian Quick, WR
47 New York Jets Ronnel Lewis, ILB
48. New England Andre Branch, OLB
49. San Diego Bobbie Massie, OT
50. Chicago Mike Adams, OT
51 Philadelphia Bobby Wagner, OLB
52 Tennessee Josh Robinson, CB
53 Cincinnati Lamichael James, RB
54 Atlanta Dwayne Allen, TE
55 Detroit Janoris Jenkins, CB
56 Pittsburgh Mykal Kendricks, ILB
57 Denver Lamar Miller, RB
58 Houston Jeff Allen, OT
59 Green Bay Brandon Thompson, DT
60 Baltimore Nick Perry, DE/OLB
61 San Francisco Jared Crick, DE
62 New England Casey Hayward, CB
63 New York Giants Kevin Zietler, OG

Round Three

64 Indianapolis Ben Jones, C
65 St Louis Zebrie Sanders, OT
66 Minnesota AJ Jenkins, WR
67 Cleveland Kelechi Osimele, OT
68 Tampa Bay Trumaine Johnson, FS
69 Washington George Iloka, SS
70 Jacksonville Mohammed Sanu, WR
71 Tampa Bay (from Buffalo) Zach Brown, LB
72 Miami Cam Johnson, DE
73 Miami Dequan Menzie, FS
74 San Francisco (from Kansas City) Brandon Boykin, CB
75 Seattle Isiah Pead, RB
76, Houston Bruce Irvin, OLB
77 New York Jets Brandon Taylor, S
78 Seattle (from San Diego) Chris Givens, WR
79 Chicago – Dwight Bentley, CB
80 Arizona Brandon Mosley, OT
81 Dallas Travis Lewis, ILB
82 Tennessee Brandon Brooks, OG
83 Cincinnati T.Y. Hilton, WR
84 Atlanta James Brown, OT/OG
85 Detroit Tyrone Crawford, DE
86 Pittsburgh Derrick Wolfe, DE/DT
87 Denver Kirk Cousins, QB
88 Philadelphia Brandon Hardin, SS
89 New Orleans Jake Bequette, DE
90 Green Bay Chris Polk, RB
91 Baltimore Bernard Pierce, RB
92 San Francisco Nick Toon, WR
93 New England Jarius Wright, WR
94 New York Giants Olivier Vernon, DE
95 Oakland Mike Martin, DT

Round 4

96 St Louis Leonard Johnson, CB
97. Indianapolis Ladarius Green, TE
98. Minnesota Keenan Robinson, ILB
99. Houston Josh Chapman, NT
100. Cleveland Demario Davis, OLB
101 Jacksonville Billy Winn, DT
102 Washington Donald Stephenson, OT
103 Miami Matt Reynolds, OT
104 Carolina Jayron Hosley, CB
105 Tampa Bay (from Buffalo) – Joe Adams, WR
106. Seattle Orson Charles, TE
107. Kansas City James-Michael Johnson, LB
108. New York Jets Marvin Jones, WR
109 Washington Omar Bolden, CB
110 San Diego Cyrus Gray, RB
111 Chicago – Michael Egnew, TE
112 Arizona – Brandon Washington, OG
113 Dallas - Chris Greenwood, CB
114 Philadelphia Nate Potter, OT
115 Tennessee Phillip Blake, C
116 Cincinnati Alfonzo Dennard, CB
117 Detroit Mike Brewster, C
118 Cleveland Keyshawn Martin, WR
119 Pittsburgh Ronnie Hillman, RB
120 Denver Ryan Broyles, WR
121 Houston Trevor Guyton, DE
122 New Orleans Chase Minnifield, CB
123 Green Bay Justin Bethel, CB/S
124 Buffalo Jamel Fleming, CB
125 San Francisco Akiem Hicks, DE/DT
126 New England Patriots David Molk, C
127 New York Giants Greg Childs, WR
128 Minnesota Marquelle Martin, S
129 Oakland Kyle Wilber, OLB
130 Baltimore Josh Norman, CB/S
131 New York Giants Nigel Bradham, LB
132 Green Bay Russel Wilson, QB
133 Green Bay Trent Robinson, FS
134 Minnesota Senio Kelemente, OG
135 Dallas Jonathan Massaqoui, OLB

Round 5

136 Indianapolis Trevin Wade, CB
137 Denver Ron Brooks, CB
138 Minnesota Robert Turbin, RB
139 Cleveland Jack Crawford, DE
140 Tampa Bay B.J. Coleman, QB
141 Washington Audie Cole, ILB
142 Jacksonville Tom Compton, OT
143 Carolina Devon Wylie, WR/KR
144 Buffalo Josh Kaddu, OLB
145 Miami Antonio Allen, SS
146 Kansas City Hebron Fangupo, NT
147 Buffalo Nick Foles, QB
148 Oakland Asa Jackson, CB
149 Seattle (from San Diego) Frank Alexander, DE/OLB
150 Chicago Sean Spence, OLB
151 Arizona James Hanna, TE
152 Dallas Lucas Nix, OG
153 Philadelphia Tommy Streeter, WR
154 New York Jets Danny Coale, WR
155 Tennessee Mike Daniels, DT
156 Cincinnati Tony Bergstrom, OG
157 Atlanta Jeremy Lane, CB
158 Detroit Michael Smith, RB
159 Pittsburgh Brandon Lindsay, OLB
160 Denver Coryell Judie, CB
161 Houston Jeff Fuller, WR
162 New Orleans Dwight Jones, WR
163 Green Bay Keith Tandy, CB
164 Baltimore Vontaze Burfict, ILB
165 San Francisco Rishard Matthews, WR/KR
166 Cincinnati Phillip Thomas, FS
167 New York Giants Chris Rainey, RB/KR
168 Oakland Adam Gettis, OG
169 Baltimore Marvin Mcnutt, WR
170 Indianapolis Malik Jackson, DE

Round 6

171 St Louis Edwin Baker, RB
172 Indianapolis Juron Criner, WR
173 Minnesota Jaye Howard, DT
174 Tampa Bay DaJohn Harris, DT
175 Cleveland Derrius Brooks, CB
176 Jacksonville Quentin Saulsberry, OG/C
176. Arizona Jaquies Smith, OLB
177 New Orleans Terrell Manning, OLB
178 Carolina Marcel Jones, OT
179 Miami Taylor Thompson, TE/DE
180 Buffalo Shawn Prater, CB
181 Kansas City Brett Roy, DT/LB
182 Seattle Jaymes Brooks, OG
183 San Diego Rokevious Watkins, OG
184 Chicago Andrew Datko, OT
185 Arizona Matt Mccants, OT
186 Dallas Janzen Jackson, S
187 Philadelphia Mike Harris, CB
188 New York Jets Lamar Holmes, OT
189 Oakland Terrence Gannaway, RB
190 Tennessee Danny Travathian, OLB
191 Cincinnati Devier Posey, WR
192 Atlanta Tim Fugger, DE
193 Detroit Foreited
194 Pittsburgh T.J. Graham, WR
195 Philadelphia Vick Ballard, RB
196 Houston Ryan Miller, OG
197 New Orleans Evan Rodriquez, TE/HB
198 Green Bay Marcus Zusevics, OT
199 Baltimore Gino Gradkowski, C
200 Kansas City (from San Francisco) Micah Pellerin, CB
200 Philadelphia Kourtnei Brown, DE
201 New York Giants Charles Mitchell, SS
202 New York Jets Josh LeRibieus, OG
203 New York Jets Brian Lincecum, TE
204 Cleveland Aaron Henry, FS
205 Cleveland Brian Anger, P
206 Indianapolis Adrian Hamilton, OLB
207 Carolina Ronald Leary, OG

Round 7

208 Indianpolis Chris Owusu, WR
209 St Louis Levi Adcock, OT/OG
210 Minnesota Kelcey Mcray, S
211 Cleveland B.J. Cunningham, WR
212 Tampa Bay Desmond Wynn, OG
213 Washington Cyhl Quarles, SS
214 Jacksonville Chad Faulcon, S
215 Miami Charles Brown, CB
216 Buffalo Tank Carder, LB
217 Carolina Marcus Forston, DT
218 Detroit – Duke Ihenacho, SS
219 Kansas City - Chase Ford, TE
220 Chicago Vaughn Meatoga, DT
221 Arizona Coty Sensebaugh, CB
222 Dallas Jordan White, WR
223 Philadelphia Kellen Moore, QB
224 New York Jets – Matt Daniels, S
225 Seattle Korey Toomer, LB
226 San Diego Ryan Davis, OLB
227 Tennessee Ernest Owusu, DE
228 Cincinnati Tysyn Hartman, S
229 Atlanta Joe Looney, OG
230 Detroit Kelvin Beachem, OG
231 Pittsburgh Tim Bedford, WR
232 Denver Najee Good, LB
233 Houston Randy Bullock, K
234 New Orleans Christian Thompson, S
235 Green Bay Julian Miller, OLB
236 Baltimore Dale Moss, WR
237 San Francisco Chris Marve, ILB
238 Minnesota Shawn Loiseau, LB
239 New York Giants James Carmon, OT
240 Pittsburgh Steelers Tyler Nielson, LB
241 Green Bay Jeron Mcmillan, S
242 New York Jets Marcus Kohn, DE
243 Green Bay Nicolas Jean-Baptiste, NT
244 New York Jets Jerry Franklin, ILB
245 Cleveland Scott Solomon, DE
246 Pittsburgh Buddy Jackson, CB
247 Cleveland Deangelo Peterson, TE
248 Pittsburgh Tony Clemons, WR
249 Atlanta Tauren Poole, RB
250 San Diego Brad Smelley, TE
251 Buffalo Patrick Edwards, WR
252 St Louis Kheeston Randle, DT
253 Indianapolis Chigbo Anunoby, NT



Summary:

Indianapolis:

Andrew Luck, QB
Kendall Wright, WR
Ben Jones, C
Ladarius Green, TE
Trevin Wade, CB
Malik Jackson, DE
Juron Criner, WR
Adrian Hamilton, OLB
Chris Owusu, WR
Chigbo Anunoby, NT

Washington:

Robert Griffin III, QB
George Iloka, S
Donald Stephenson, OT
Omar Bolden, CB
Audie Cole, ILB
Chyl Quarles,S

Minnesota:

Morris Claiborne, CB
Mitchell Schwartz, OT
A.J. Jenkins, WR
Keenan Robinson, LB
Marquelle Martin, FS
Senio Kelemente, OG
Robert Turbin, RB
Jaye Howard, DT
Kelcie Mcray, S
Shawn Loiseau, LB

Cleveland Browns

Trent Richardson, RB
Stephen Hill, WR
Brandon Weeden, QB
Kelechi Osimele, OT
Demario Davis, OLB
Keshawn Martin, WR
Jack Crawford, DE
Derrius Brooks, CB
Aaron Henry, FS
Brian Anger, P
B.J. Cunningham, WR
Scott Solomon, DE
Deangelo Peterson, TE

Buffalo:

Matt Kalil, OT
Reuben Randle, WR
Jamel Fleming, CB
Josh Kaddu, OLB
Nick Foles, QB
Shaun Prater, CB
Tank Carder, OLB
Patrick Edwards, WR

St Louis

Justin Blackmon, WR
Lavonte David, OLB
Almeda Ta’amu, DT
Zebrie Sanders, OT
Leonard Johnson, CB
Edwin Baker, RB
Levi Adcock, OT/OG
Kheeston Randle, DT

Philadelphia:

Fletcher Cox, DT
Bobby Wagner, SLB
Brandon Hardin, SS
Nate Potter, OT
Tommy Streeter, WR
Mike Harris, CB
Vick Ballard, RB
Kourtnei Brown, DE
Kellen Moore, QB

Miami:

Ryan Tannehil, QB
Alshon Jeffrey, WR
Cam Johnson, DE
Dequan Menzie, S
Matt Reynolds, OT
Antonio Allen, SS
Taylor Thompson, TE
Charles Brown, CB

Carolina:

Luke Kuechly, LB
Jerrel Worthy, DT
Jayron Hosley, CB
Devon Whylie, WR
Marcel Jones, OT
Ronald Leary, OG
Marcus Forston, DT

Tampa Bay:

Dre Kirkpatrick, CB
David Wilson, RB
Trumaine Johnson, FS
Zach Brown, LB
Joe Adams, WR
B.J. Coleman, QB
DaJohn Harris, DT
Desmond Wynn, OG

Kansas City

Dave Decastro, OG
Brock Osweiler, QB
James Michael Johnson, ILB
Hebron Fangupo, NT
Brett Roy, DL
Micah Pellerin, CB
Chase Ford, TE

Arizona:

Michael Floyd, WR
Brandon Mosley, OT
Brandon Washington, OG
James Hanna, TE
Jacquies Smith, OLB
Matt Mccants, OT
Coty Sensebaugh, CB

Seattle:

Don’t’e Hightower, ILB
Kendall Reyes, DT
Isiah Pead, RB
Chris Givens, WR
Orson Charles, TE
Frank Alexander, DE
Jaymes Brooks, OG
Korey Toomer, OLB

Dallas

Dontari Poe, DE/DT
Peter Konz, C
Travis Lewis, LB
Chris Greenwood, CB
Jonathan Massaquoi, OLB
Lucas Nix, OG
Janzen Jackson, S
Jordan White, WR

Jacksonville

Stephon Gilmore, CB
Vinny Curry, DE
Brian Quick, WR
Mohammed Sanu, WR
Billy Winn, DT
Tom Compton, OT
Quentin Saulsberry, OG/C
Chad Faulcon, S

New York Jets:

Melvin Ingram, OLB
Ronnel Lewis, ILB
Brandon Taylor, S
Marvin Jones, WR
Danny Coale, WR
Lamar Holmes, OT
Josh LeRibeus, OG
Brian Linthecum, TE
Matt Daniels, S
Marcus Kohn, DE/DT
Jerry Franklin, ILB

Cincinnati

Quinton Coples, DE
Courtney Upshaw, DE/OLB
Lamichael James, RB
T.Y. Hilton, WR
Alfonzo Dennard, CB
Tony Bergstrom, OG
Phillip Thomas, FS
Devier Posey, WR
Tysyn Hartman, S

San Diego:

Mark Barron, SS
Bobby Massie, OT
Cyrus Gray, RB
Rokevious Watkins, OG
Ryan Davis, OLB
Brad Smelley, TE

Chicago Bears:

Chandler Jones, DE
Mike Adams, OT
Dwight Bentley, CB
Michael Egnew, TE
Sean Spence, OLB
Andrew Datko, OT
Vaughn Meatoga, DT

Tennessee Titans

Whitney Mercilus, DE
Josh Robinson, CB
Brandon Brooks, OG
Phillip Blake, C
Mike Daniels, DT
Danny Travathian, OLB
Ernest Owusu, DE

Detroit Lions:

Jonathan Martin, OT
Janoris Jenkins, CB
Tyrone Crawford, DE
Mike Brewster, C
Michael Smith, RB
Duke Ihenacho, SS,
Desmond Wynn, OG

Pittsburgh Steelers:

Rielly Rieff, OT
Mychal Kendricks, LB
Derrick Wolfe, DT
Ronnie Hillman, RB
Brandon Lindsay, OLB
T.J. Graham, WR
Tim Bedford, WR
Tyler Nielson, LB
Buddy Jackson, CB
Tony Clemons, WR

Denver Broncos:

Michael Brockers, DT
Lamar Miller, RB
Kirk Cousins, QB
Ryan Broyles, WR
Ron Brooks, CB
Coryell Judie, CB
Najee Good, LB


Houston Texans:

Coby Fleener, TE
Jeff Allen, OT
Bruce Irvin, LB
Josh Chapman, NT
Trevor Guyton, DE
Jeff Fuller, WR
Ryan Miller, OG
Randy Bullock, P

New England Patriots:

Devon Still, DT
Harrison Smith, S
Andre Branch, DE/OLB
Casey Hayward, CB
Jarius Wright, WR
David Molk, C

Green Bay Packers:

Shea Mclellin, OLB
Brandon Thompson, DE/DT
Chris Polk, RB
Justin Bethel, CB/S
Russel Wilson, QB
Trent Robinson, S
Keith Tandy, CB
Justin Bethal, CB/S
Marcus Zusevics, OT
Julian Miller, OLB
Jeron Mcmillan, S
Nicolas Jean-Baptiste, NT

Oakland Raiders:

Mike Martin, DT
Kyle Wilber, OLB
Asa Jackson, CB
Adam Gettis, OG
Terrence Gannaway, RB

Atlanta Falcons:

Dwayne Allen, TE
James Brown, OT/OG
Jeremy Lane, CB
Tim Fugger, DE
Joe Looney, OG
Tauren Poole, RB

Baltimore Ravens:

Cordy Glenn, OT/OG
Nick Perry, OLB
Bernard Pierce, RB
Josh Norman, CB/S
Vontaze Burfict, ILB
Marvin Mcnutt, WR
Gino Gradkowski, C
Dale Moss, WR

New Orleans Saints:

Jake Bequette, DE
Chase Minnifield, CB
Dwight Jones, WR
Terrell Manning, OLB
Evan Rodriquez, TE/HB
Christian Thompson, S

San Francisco 49ers:

Amini Silatolu, OG
Jared Crick, DE
Brandon Boykin, CB
Nick Toon, WR
Akiem Hicks, DT
Rishard Matthews, WR/KR
Chris Marve, ILB

New York Giants:

Doug Martin, RB
Kevin Zeitler, OG
Olivier Vernon, DE
Greg Childs, WR
Nigel Bradham, LB
Chris Rainey, RB/KR
Charles Mitchell, SS
James Carmon, OT


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I like Kuechly.
And Worthy is solid in round 2, but I would prefer Jeffery.
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I like getting Kalil, but do you think Nix would really trade up?
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Bengals take two falling ends with the first two picks Confused We do still have good starters there and would only consider taking just one. And taking James in the 2nd...bad pick. He's not the type of runner we want since we already have Bernard Scott as a speed back. If Lamar Miller, Doug Martin, or David Wilson are there, then that's a good pick. If not then we take a different position like WR, DB, or OL.
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TBH I really don't know what the Bills are doing to do this year. There are so many conflicting reports. Honestly they've been linked to about ten players this week, all from 'reliable sources'. I think Buddy may be a little more deceiving and flexible than often given credit for. I just have a hard time believing the Barron hype.

BTW, there was a report tonight (after I finished the mock) that the Bills are interested in moving up for Kalil.
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The Rams wont let Wright pass them by if he is there in the 2nd round even if the Rams draft Blackmon. The reason is that both guys are totally different. Blackmon isnt a speed threat but he plays fast and Wright is suppose to be a speed threat even though his combine didnt show it the tape shows it and the tape dont lie.

If the Rams could get David with their other 2nd round pick things would be great. Either get him or get Ta'amu which I think you have the Rams getting him at that spot anyway.
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mr fluffles wrote:
20. Tennessee Titans – Whitney Mercilus, DE

No thank you to Mercilus. Devon Still should be the pick.

52 Tennessee Josh Robinson, CB

Too high for a CB. Nick Perry should be the pick.

82 Tennessee Brandon Brooks, OG

Demario Davis over Brooks.

115 Tennessee Phillip Blake, C

I'm not a fan of Blake bc of his age. Would prefer Molk here.

155 Tennessee Mike Daniels, DT

No need for a DT. Phillip Thomas would be great here.

190 Tennessee Danny Travathian, OLB

With the Davis pick, OLB isn't a need. Gino Gradkowski should be the pick.

227 Tennessee Ernest Owusu, DE

Good pick.

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zacapr22 wrote:
Bengals take two falling ends with the first two picks Confused We do still have good starters there and would only consider taking just one. And taking James in the 2nd...bad pick. He's not the type of runner we want since we already have Bernard Scott as a speed back. If Lamar Miller, Doug Martin, or David Wilson are there, then that's a good pick. If not then we take a different position like WR, DB, or OL.


I like the pick of LaMichael James. But that's one of the few in this draft I like.

Coples isn't a bad pick, but he's not the top of my list. Upshaw would not be a LB in our defense, he would be a DE and we won't take 2 DEs in 1.

T.Y. Hilton is a slot WR and we have 2 good ones. We need a big outside WCO guy.

Dennard just got arrested for assaulting a cop. Wouldn't touch him.

We need a guard earlier than round 5. And the Giants 5th round pick is ours now from the Rivers trade.

I like the Posey pick if he's there in 6. I'd even take him in 4 or 5.
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Really like the Cowboys draft. You covered all the positions in question. Poe seems to be the big gamble but I believe he will be awesome in the NFL and I also believe our defense will finally have teeth with a guy that can collapse the pocket in the middle. I love the Massoquai pick. I would be happy if this happened.
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jets dont have a 4th rnd pick
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So we traded back up into the 1st to get a QB we could get in the 3rd/4th...

I stopped reading
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Very nice job for the Panthers.
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As for the Bengals, I really had a hard time with their 1st rnd picks given how the board played out. I admit I don't really know much about their defense.. I know they play a 4-3 base but they've used pass rushing types like Michael Johnson and Manny Lawson at the SAM right? Anyways I guess I should have done more research.
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Bengals draft leaves much to be desired..

Coples..NO..Upshaw..NO..James that early..NO..Hilton, a tiny little slot WR...NO..Denard..HELL NO..Ignoring G till round 5..NO...

Past that, really doesn't matter, expect you neglected to give us the Giants 5th round pick we got from the Keef Rivers trade.

I like the Posey pick...That's about it.
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mr fluffles wrote:
As for the Bengals, I really had a hard time with their 1st rnd picks given how the board played out. I admit I don't really know much about their defense.. I know they play a 4-3 base but they've used pass rushing types like Michael Johnson and Manny Lawson at the SAM right? Anyways I guess I should have done more research.


They still have Lawson, and they drafted Moch last year. As of now, SLB isn't really a need.

Of the guys available, Coples or Jones at 17 and Hill or Glenn at 21.
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