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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 2:18 am    Post subject: Outside the Box 1st Round...Feedback Welcomed! Reply with quote

1. Kansas City Chiefs - Luke Joeckel OT Texas A&M

Brandon Albert is a FA and won't be back. KC can get a QB in the 2nd round.

2. Jacksonville Jaguars - Damontre Moore DE/OLB Texas A&M

Remember a guy that came out of A&M a couple of years ago and plays the same position, drafted in the same slot...what's his name? Oh yeah, Von Miller. He's pretty good huh?

3. Oakland Raiders - Chance Warmack OG Alabama

Commitment to Excellence...3 National Championships in 4 years is pretty excellent right?

4. Philadelphia Eagles - Star Lotulelei DT Utah

Fletcher Cox last year, and Lotulelei this year. Nice to not have to worry about your interior D-Line for the next 10 years. Cullen Jenkins is getting too long in the tooth.

5. Detroit Lions - Jarvis Jones OLB Georgia

Jones, Justin Durant, and Stephen Tulloch form a pretty solid linebacking corps for the next 5 years to deal with AP, and Matt Forte.

6. Cleveland Browns - Dee Milliner CB Alabama

Probably a reach here, but wouldn't it be nice to see Milliner opposite of Joe Haden?

7. Arizona Cardinals - Johnathan Hankins DT Ohio State

Dan Williams just isn't cutting it and wasn't worth the pick 3 years ago. QB can be addressed in the 2nd round.

8. Buffalo Bills - Barkevious Mingo DE LSU

Explanation really necessary? Future star opposite Mario Williams to replace Shawne Merriman. 'Nuff said.

9. NY Jets - Johnathan Cooper OG North Carolina

More help is need on the O Line than the D Line, plus, Cooper won't be the cause of any "Butt Fumbles"!

10. Tennessee Titans - Manti Te'o ILB Notre Dame

Again, pairing with Ayers and Brown to form solid front 7 when facing MJD and Arian Foster 4 times a year.

11. San Diego Chargers - Alec Ogletree ILB Georgia

Takeo Spikes is entering his 128th season, and Demorrio Williams isn't the answer. Youth on defense continues to be what the Chargers try to build on.

12. Miami Dolphins - Bjoern Werner DE Florida State

This lets Jared Odrick move back to his natural DT position, and gives the Dolphins someone to compliment Cameron Wake.

13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Kenny Vaccaro S Texas

Playmaker to pair with Mark Barron. Ronde Barber is done.

14. Carolina Panthers - Sylvester Williams DT North Carolina

Hometown kid to add to the mix with Charles Johnson and "The Kraken" Greg Hardy. With Beason returning next season, the Panthers front 7 will be pretty formidable with Williams.

15. New Orleans Saints - Dion Jordan DE Oregon

Saints D was pourous this season. Will Smith's age and the need to put someone opposite Cameron Jordan will fuel the need for this pick. The Jordan's will be keys to containing Cam Newton and putting pressure on Matt Ryan for the next decade.

16. St Louis Rams - Johnathan Jenkins DT Georgia

The final piece to the D Line the Rams need. Lookout NFC West.

17. Pittsburgh Steelers - Ezekiel Ansah DE BYU

Let's be honest, how much more does Brett Kiesel have left in the tank? Best player available.

18. Dallas Cowboys - Sam Montgomery DE LSU

With the Cowboys more than likely switching to a 4-3 defense, they need a pure pass rusher. Not bad to be able to get Montgomery at this spot.

19. NY Giants - Johnathan Banks CB Mississippi St

Ginats need secondary help badly. Banks will be able to start right away.

20. Chicago Bears - Eric Fisher OT Central Michigan

O Line is undoubtedly the Bears biggest need this offseason. They draft Fisher to play RT to help bookend with either Branden Albert or Ryan Clady whom they sign in free agency.

21. Cincinnati Bengals - Keenan Allen WR California

Playmaker opposite AJ Green. Opposing defense's only have to key on Green, limiting Dalton with receiving options. With Sanu in the slot, the Bengals have a good, young WR corps.

22. St Louis Rams (via Washington) - Tyler Eiffert TE Notre Dame

The Rams young WR's were a pleasent surprise. A weapon and security blanket at TE could be what Sam Bradford needs to make the next step in his progression.

23. Minnesota Vikings - Geno Smith QB West Virginia

Christian Ponder is question, not the answer. The Vikings find that answer.

24. Indianapolis Colts - Cordarrelle Patterson WR Tennessee

Andrew Luck gets another weapon to stretch the field opposite Reggie wayne.

25. Baltimore Ravens* - Kawann Short DT Purdue

Nose tackle of the future for the Ravens.

26. Green Bay Packers* - Eric Reid S LSU

With Charles Woodson getting older, the Packers find his replacement and a playmaker in Reid.

27. Houston Texans* - Justin Hunter WR Tennessee

Finally the Texans get help at WR opposite Andre Johnson.

28. Atlanta Falcons* - Zach Ertz TE Stanford

The Falcons find the future replacement for Tony Gonzalez.

29. New England Patriots* - Barrett Jones C Alabama

New England finds their center of the future.

30. San Francisco 49ers* - Tavon Austin WR West Virginia

San Francisco finds a new weapon with the reitrement of Moss and Manningham rehabbing his knee, as well as a special teams monster.

31. Seattle Seahawks* - Robert Woods WR USC

Pete Carroll dips into his USC background and takes Woods to team with Rice and Tate. Russell Wilson gets another weapon.

32. Denver Broncos* - Matt Elam S Florida

Broncos have been looking for a hard hitting safety since Steve Atwater and John Lynch. They've found him.[/url]
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 2:28 am    Post subject: Re: Outside the Box 1st Round...Feedback Welcomed! Reply with quote

carrolljcmc wrote:


12. Miami Dolphins - Bjoern Werner DE Florida State

This lets Jared Odrick move back to his natural DT position, and gives the Dolphins someone to compliment Cameron Wake.



Yes. Just yes.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 2:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great Bears pick
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Only way the pick could be worse for the Vikings is if it was a RB.
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Love it! Im serious... Embarassed
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 3:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ansah would need to add a lot more weight to be a good fit at DE for the Steelers.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 3:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ansah is 6'6" 273 lbs. Kiesel is 6'5" 285 lbs. How much more does he need?
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No. Eww.
We have Hilton and Avery to stretch the field. We don't need an Avery clone. If we go WR in the first it has to be a big, physical, #1 guy. Not another #2 or slot guy.
Elam there, no question.
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StarCox would be an excellent duo. Plus they have a great nickname.
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I like Allen, but as I have said in other mocks, the only way we go WR in the first at this point is by addressing +our other needs in free agency. We have 55mil in cap space, which will be spent retaining our top young defenders, so I doubt we end up going WR. That said, Allen and Green in the WCO would be fun to watch.
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INbengalfan wrote:
I like Allen, but as I have said in other mocks, the only way we go WR in the first at this point is by addressing +our other needs in free agency. We have 55mil in cap space, which will be spent retaining our top young defenders, so I doubt we end up going WR. That said, Allen and Green in the WCO would be fun to watch.


The guy I would want instead of Allen is gone, so I'm fine with that pick.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 9:15 am    Post subject: Re: Outside the Box 1st Round...Feedback Welcomed! Reply with quote

carrolljcmc wrote:
17. Pittsburgh Steelers - Ezekiel Ansah DE BYU

Let's be honest, how much more does Brett Kiesel have left in the tank? Best player available.


.... That's why we have Cam Heyward, who we just drafted in round 1 in 2011? Confused
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Jason_Bengal_Fl wrote:
INbengalfan wrote:
I like Allen, but as I have said in other mocks, the only way we go WR in the first at this point is by addressing +our other needs in free agency. We have 55mil in cap space, which will be spent retaining our top young defenders, so I doubt we end up going WR. That said, Allen and Green in the WCO would be fun to watch.


The guy I would want instead of Allen is gone, so I'm fine with that pick.


Agreed
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AQuintus wrote:
Only way the pick could be worse for the Vikings is if it was a RB.


100% agree, and to have no QB's prior to pick 23 is equally as laughable, teams are always going to take a QB early if they need a QB early even if the QB isn't that great.
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ochocinco4pres wrote:
Jason_Bengal_Fl wrote:
INbengalfan wrote:
I like Allen, but as I have said in other mocks, the only way we go WR in the first at this point is by addressing +our other needs in free agency. We have 55mil in cap space, which will be spent retaining our top young defenders, so I doubt we end up going WR. That said, Allen and Green in the WCO would be fun to watch.


The guy I would want instead of Allen is gone, so I'm fine with that pick.


Agreed


No faith in Sanu or Jones? If we want to improve the offense, get Barret Jones there and give Dalton a pocket.
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