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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 11:25 am    Post subject: The 2 Round Mock for REAL Football Fans! Reply with quote

1st Round

1. Kansas City - Star Lotulelei DT Utah
The Chiefs shock the world and take the best player in the draft. He will improve their defense and make it hard for teams to run or pass. Putting this guy at Right End with Poe at NT, this front will be one of the best. The Chiefs will wait for a quarterback and get him in the 2nd round.

2. Jacksonville - Jarvis Jones, DE/OLB Georgia
The Jaguars will look at quarterbacks but will decide to take a difference maker on the defensive side of the ball. He will be a terror for opposing teams from day 1. With Posluszny in the middle, Jones will make this one of the best young linebacking corps in the NFL.

3. Oakland/Arizona - (Trade 5th and 37th for the 3rd and 163rd picks)
Arizona - Geno Smith, QB West Virginia
When you have Larry Fitzgerald and you are 28th in the NFL in passing yards something is really, really wrong! The Cardinals have to draft a quarterback and move up in the draft to get the top ranked one. This guy will get the ball to Fitz and that will make him happy and should also help them achieve a few more wins. Move over Smith & Wesson, Smith & Fitzgerald is going to be lethal.

4. Philadelphia - Luke Joeckel, OT Texas A&M
When you have surrendered 41 sacks and your Quarterback is out for the season, something has to change. Adding a stud like this will really help the team and the quarterback’s health. He will be a starter for the next 10 years and a great one!

5. Oakland - Damontre Moore, DE/OLB Texas A&M
The Raiders had to move down for extra picks because their defense is beyond bad. The Raiders pass rush is absolutely HORRIBLE!!! They have 17 sacks as a team and Alden Smith has 19 ˝. That says it all. Moore will give them a huge upgrade in that department. He is also very good against the run. The rebuilding begins.

6. Detroit - Dee Milner, CB Alabama
A premier corner is just what the doctor ordered for the Lions. They need someone that can shut down half of the field and Milner should be able to do that. That will also help with their pass rush.

7. Tennessee - Bjoern Werner, DE Florida State
The Titans need a pass rush as bad as the Raiders do. They signed Wimbley in the off season but he is not getting it done alone. Adding this beast will really improve the team’s defensive front.

8. Carolina - Johnathan Hankins, DT/NT Ohio State
Carolina is giving up 121.6 yards per game. Adding Hankins will really help in that department. He can also push the pocket and will help in the sacks department too.

9. Miami - Keenan Allen, WR California
First reach in the draft but it is a great reach. Allen will give the Dolphins something they don’t have, a weapon that can stretch the field. He can return kicks and has the best hands in the draft.

10. New Orleans - Sheldon Richardson, DT Mizzouri
The Saints run defense is non-existent (152.4 yards a game). Richardson will help change that immediately. He is also capable of helping the pass rush.

11. San Diego - Taylor Lewan, OT Michigan
Philip Rivers will be celebrating to no end after this pick. The Chargers offensive line is beyond horrible and this is a fantastic building block. He is also a very good run blocker.

12. Cleveland - Manti Te'o, LB Notre Dame
The Browns feel like they have hit the lottery. Adding Te’o to this defense should push it into the top 10 in the NFL. They should be one of the hardest teams to run against with this pick.

13. Buffalo - Matt Barkley, QB USC
A franchise quarterback in Buffalo, REALLY? When Barkley slips he falls right into the Bills lap. With their running game, he will not have to carry the team. This is a match made if Bill's heaven.

14. Tampa Bay - Jonathan Banks, CB Mississippi State
Let’s see, trade away your best CB and average giving up 312 passing yards per game. The Bucs have to take Banks and he will pay off for them. This kid is a flat out baller and will provide a HUGE upgrade in the secondary.

15. NY Jets - Barkevious Mingo, DE LSU
The Jets need a pass rush and they draft a athletic freak. He is insanely fast for a guy his size and will be a quarterback’s nightmare. He is a smaller version of JPP and should have the same kind of impact.

16. St. Louis - Justin Hunter, WR Tennessee
The Rams need a true #1 receiver and they get him with Hunter. This guy is big, fast and has the hands to make Bradford a very happy man. He will make the rest of the receivers even better.

17. Minnesota - John Jenkins, DT Georgia
Kevin Williams is 32 and going down hill fast. Drafting Jenkins is a must. This mountain of a man will be able to step into the rotation from day one and will be a stud.

18. Dallas - Jake Mathews, OT Texas A&M
Talk about a bad offensive line, WOW. Enter Jake Mathews and the passing game just received a HUGE upgrade. He will keep Romo upright for years to come. He is not bad in the running game either. He also has some pretty good NFL blood lines.

19. Cincinnati - Dion Jordan, OLB/DE Oregon
Manny Lawson is going down hill and fast. Jordan is a freak that can play OLB and cover any TE but he can also get after the quarterback. This is a perfect fit for the Bengals.

20. St. Louis (From Washington) - Chance Warmack, OG Alabama
Sam Bradford is crazy happy. The Rams get him another weapon and a Guard that is a brick wall. Warmack plays with a nasty streak and is a good pass and run blocker. This will be a big upgrade.

21. Pittsburgh - Jesse Williams, DT/NT Alabama
Casey Hampton is 35 and it is time to find a replacement. Williams is a fantastic fit. He will step in day one and be a upgrade. He is almost impossible to move in the run game.

22. Chicago - Eric Fisher, OT Central Michigan
Cutler will run this pick to the podium himself. The Bears get it right with this pick. Fisher has the skill set to be a pro-bowl Left Tackle. This guy plays with a nasty demeanor.

23. NY Giants - Xavier Rhodes, CB Florida State
The Giants need a shut down corner and Rhodes is the guy. Give this a guy a year or two and he will be a pro bowl candidate. Rhodes will make the secondary almost as good as the front four, ALMOST!

24. Seattle - Tavon Austin, WR West Virginia
Everyone laughed last year when they drafted Bruce Irvin. He has 8 sacks this season. They draft Austin to be their do everything guy. He will be a flat out terror as a slot receiver. NFC West get ready!

25. Indianapolis - Eric Reid, S LSU
Last year the Colts drafted their offensive leader. This year they draft their defensive leader. Reid is a flat out BEAST. He will be very special for the Colts for years to come.

26. Baltimore - Sam Montgomery, OLB/DE LSU
Montgomery will be a perfect fit for the Ravens. He is a pass rush monster and is very good against the run. Playing on this defense will allow him to blossom. He has the athleticism to be an offensive coordinator’s nightmare.

27. Green Bay - Jonathan Cooper, OG North Carolina
The Packers offensive guards are average at best. Cooper is a big upgrade and will open holes for a almost none-existent run game. He will also keep Rodgers upright and that is a must for this team to win.

28. San Francisco - TJ McDonald, FS USC
The 49ers grab some youth for the secondary. Deshon Goldson is a free agent at the end of the year and if he is not resigned they will need a replacement. This kid is a hitter and smart as well. He will be a great addition.

29. Denver - Tyler Eifert, TE Notre Dame
Just what Peyton Manning needed, another target. This kid is one of the best pass catching Tight Ends to come out in awhile. He will need to work on his blocking but is going to drive defenders nuts with his skill set.

30. New England - CJ Mosley, OLB Alabama
The Patriots have Mayo (The Tackling Machine) in the middle and now add a OLB that can cover and tackle just as well. This is a classic Patriots draft choice.

31. Atlanta - Alex Okafor, DE Texas
Atlanta needs some youth at defensive end. John Abraham is 34 and slowing down. Okafor will be an instant contributor and will be groomed to take Abraham’s place. He has the skill set to be very special.

32. Houston - Terrance Williams, WR Baylor
The Texans have been trying to find a #2 receiver for some time now and have been striking out. Enter Williams. This guy is a playmaker and is fearless working over the middle. He will make the Texans offense scary and very hard to stop.

2nd Round

33. Kansas City - Tyler Wilson, QB Arkansas
34. Jacksonville - Aaron Murray, QB Georgia
35. Cincinnati (Via Oakland) - Alec Ogletree, ILB/OLB Georgia
36. Philadelphia - Zach Ertz, TE Stanford
37. Oakland (Via Arizona) - David Amerson, CB North Carolina State
38. Detroit - Lane Johnson, OT Oklahoma
39. Tennessee - Jordan Poyer, CB Oregon State
40. Carolina - Tony Jefferson, S Oklahoma
41. Miami - Barrett Jones, OG Alabama
42. New Orleans - Forfeited (Bounty Gate)
43. San Diego - Giovani Bernard, RB North Carolina
44. Cleveland - Forfeited (Supplemental Draft)
45. Buffalo - DeAndre Hopkins, WR Clemson
46. Tampa Bay - Matt Elam, S Florida
47. NY Jets - EJ Manuel, QB Florida State
48. St. Louis - D.J. Fluker, OT Alabama
49. Minnesota - Robert Woods, WR USC
50. Dallas - Ezekial Ansah, OLB/DE BYU
51. Cincinnati - Justin Hunter, WR Tennessee
52. Washington - Oday Aboushi, OT Virginia
53. Pittsburgh - Chase Thomas, OLB Stanford
54. Chicago - Kevin Minter, ILB LSU
55. NY Giants - Dallas Thomas, OT Tennessee
56. Seattle - Larry Warford, OG Kentucky
57. Indianapolis - Sylvester Williams, NT North Carolina
58. Baltimore - Brennan Williams, OT North Carolina
59. Green Bay - Eddie Lacy, RB Alabama
60. San Francisco - Margus Hunt, DE SMU
61. Denver - Desmond Trufant, CB Washington
62. New England - Sharif Floyd, DT Florida
63. Atlanta - Stepfan Taylor, RB Stanford
64. Houston - Khaseem Greene, OLB Rutgers
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 11:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The first two picks look great. Jordan could go SLB and Ogletree can go WLB and allow the team to move Burfict inside.

Hunter, I don't see the need. Rould rather see a S or RB here.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 12:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

INbengalfan wrote:
The first two picks look great. Jordan could go SLB and Ogletree can go WLB and allow the team to move Burfict inside.

Hunter, I don't see the need. Rould rather see a S or RB here.


I love the first pick. I am not sure about Ogletree next. It all depends what we do with Rey. If they bring him back then go Jefferson. Either way I dont like the Hunter pick. I would prefer a RB like Taylor or Lacy
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 12:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I could live with that Vikings draft. Personally I like Warmack better in round one though. Also, Kevin Williams and Jenkins play completely different DT positions, Jenkins is a NT and Williams is a UT. Jenkins would replace LeTroy Guion/Fred Evans which wouldn't be a bad thing. Second round Woods over Hunter doesn't make sense. Woods is a smaller shiftier WR which is something we already have in Harvin, and Hunter offers more of a vertical threat and red zone presence. I also have Hunter are more highly rated than Woods.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 12:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

INbengalfan wrote:
The first two picks look great. Jordan could go SLB and Ogletree can go WLB and allow the team to move Burfict inside.

Hunter, I don't see the need. Rould rather see a S or RB here.



Especially since he also has the Rams taking hunter with the 16th pick which I don't especially like him there.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 12:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

And Justin Hunter's going to Cincinnati in the 2nd as well.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 1:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Given our recent "success" converting DEs to OLBs, I'd rather just draft an OLB to play OLB.

We don't play a 3-4 so the tweeners aren't really a good fit in our defense. Prefer Mosley there.

Don't really need another LB that early, Jefferson or Bernard.

WR is not a need at all in the first 5 rounds. RB or SS there.
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I really like this for Buffalo. Hopkins could start right away, and Barkley could sit for a year behind someone or maybe even start right away.
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I could definitely live with that for the Bucs
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 3:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kevin Williams is 32 but he's still playing at a high level not sure where you got the idea he's in a major decline. WR and OG are much bigger needs. Give us Warmack in the 1st. Hunter is a better player then Robert Woods so switch them too.
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If we land Star + Wilson I will be the happiest man alive!
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Could live with Jenkins in the first, but give the Vikings Cordarelle Patterson in the 2nd.

My preference would be.

1. Chance Warmack
2. Cordarelle Patterson
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I like the draft for the Panthers.
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Awesome Redskins pick. Aboushi would be a perfect fit at RT
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Great trade, and great picks. A+.
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