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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 11:15 am    Post subject: 7 Rounds Reply with quote

Just a note for everyone- I did not review every free agency signing before creating this mock. You'll have to pardon me- I do have a life and a job outside of this.

Round 1
1. KC- Luke Joeckel- OT- Texas A&M
With their QB problem solved IMO with the trade for Alex Smith (who IS an NFL starting-caliber quarterback), the Chiefs can use this pick to upgrade their O-Line. Joeckel is a prototypical left tackle. If they also re-sign Branden Albert, Albert can move to RT to solidify that side of the line.
2. Jax- Ezekiel Ansah- DE- BYU
There is probably no prospect shooting up draft boards faster than Ansah right now and the Jags are desperately in need of pass-rush help. This selection almost makes too much sense for it to actually happen.
3. Oak- Jarvis Jones- LB- Georgia
Another team in desperate need of pass-rush help, the Raiders look to the former USC Trojan and Georgia Bulldog to solidify the situation.
4. Phi- Eric Fisher- OT- C. Michigan
No matter who is playing under center for Chip Kelly, an upgrade on the o-line is imperative to keep that quarterback on his feet.
5. Det- Dion Jordan- DE- Oregon
Having lost both of their starters this off-season, this becomes a need pick for the Lions. Jordan will lead the team in sacks as a rookie.
TRADE- Cle trades #6 to Buf for #8 and #71
6. Buf (from Cle)- Geno Smith- QB- W. Virginia
Seeing the top 2 signal callers still on the board, the Bills make the deal to get their gu leapfrogging the Cardinals. Smith does have some issues, but he definitely has the arm strength to throw in the winds in Buffalo.
7. Ari- Matt Barkley- QB- USC
I think there will be a great sigh of relief when the Cardinals hear Smith's name called rather than Barkley's at #6. Barkley fits Bruce Arian's system much better than Smith would.
8. Cle (from Buf)- Dee Milliner- CB- Alabama
Having improved their pass-rush with the underrated Paul Kruger, the Browns can move their attention to improving their secondary. Pairing Milliner with Joe Haden will give them one of the top young corner duos in the league.
9. NYJ- Barkevious Mingo- LB- LSU
The Jets are another team in desperate need of pass-rush help. Luckily, there are plenty of those available in this draft. Mingo will be an immediate upgrade on the outside.
TRADE- Ten trades #10 to SF for #31, #34, and #93
10. SF (from Ten)- Star Lotulelei- DT- Utah
With draft picks coming out of their ears, the 49ers have enough firepower to move up for the slipping Lotulelei. I anticipate the additional testing of his heart will clear him to play and make him an absolute steal at this point to man the middle of the 'Niners defense.
11. SD- Lane Johnson- OT- Oklahoma
If the Chargers are going to have any chance to compete with the Broncos in the AFC West, they will have to finally upgrade their O-Line to protect Phillip Rivers better. Johnson will be a starter at LT from day one in San Diego.
TRADE- Mia trades #12 to Dal for #18 and #80
12. Dal (from Mia)- Chance Warmack- G- Alabama
With several teams looking for interior O-Line help ahead of them, the Cowboys make the aggressive move to bring in a special talent in Warmack.
13. TB- Desmond Trufant- CB- Washington
Another guy rising up draft boards, Trufant fills a huge need in the defensive backfield in Tampa.
14. Car- Sharrif Floyd- DT- Florida
Floyd will fill a huge hole in the middle of the Panther's D as an interior pass-rusher and run-stopper.
15. NO- Damontre Moore- LB- Texas A&M
The transition in New Orleans to a 3-4 D is underway and will require new personnel. Moore has the ability to become an outstanding player on the outside for them.
16. SL- Jonathan Cooper- G- N. Carolina
Even if the Rams pick up Jake Long as a free agent, there will still be work to be done on their O-Line. Cooper has the ability to play any one of the interior positions for them and will be an immediate upgrade.
17. Pit- Cordarelle Patterson- WR- Tennessee
The free agency defection of Mike Wallace makes receiver a position of need for the Steelers. Patterson will be the big, fast target Big Ben has been missing over the past few years.
18. Mia (from Dal)- Tyler Eiffert- TE- Notre Dame
The addition of Mike Wallace helps with the receiving corps in Miami, but there is still work to be done. Eiffert will give developing QB Ryan Tannehill a reliable outlet receiver at the tight end position.
19. NYG- Bjoern Werner- DE- Florida St.
As usual for the G-Men, the first round pick is a defensive lineman. With Werner in the fold to play opposite Jason Pierre-Paul, it will not hurt them to let disgruntled Osi Umenyiora depart.
20. Chi- Manti Te'o- LB- Notre Dame
With Brian Urlacher a free agent and nearing the end of his career, a new stud in the middle of the Bears defense is needed. Te'o fits the bill perfectly.
21. Cin- Eddie Lacy- RB- Alabama
Ben Jarvus Green-Ellis is not the answer at running back in Cincinnati. Lacy is the top runner in this draft and will give the Bengals the additional punch from the position that they have been missing.
22. SL (from Was)- Keenan Allen- WR- California
For Sam Bradford to take the next step in his development, he needs some more reliable targets to throw to. Allen will quickly become his favorite receiver.
23. Min- Sheldon Richardson- DT- Missouri
Richardson will immediately step into the DT position next to Kevin Williams to solidify the D-line for the Vikings.
24. Ind- Xavier Rhodes- CB- Florida St.
The coverage units are in need of an upgrade in Indianapolis. Rhodes will start on the outside immediately.
25. Min (from Sea)- Robert Woods- WR- USC
Trading Percy Harvin makes this more of a need pick. Once considered a top-10 selection, Woods didn't have the standout season many expected, but he's more than capable of becoming a playmaker at the next level. A steal here for the Vikings.
26. GB- Kawann Short- DT- Purdue
With the amazing D-line depth in this draft, the Packers finally take care of the missing link in their defense flanking BJ Raji.
27. Hou- Kenny Vaccaro- S- Texas
The two positions the Texans have been neglecting for years are wide receiver and safety. Keeping Vaccaro in-state will finally address one of them.
28. Den- Alec Ogletree- LB- Georgia
With the question marks surrounding the linebacking corps in Denver, adding an outstanding talent in the middle is a step in the right direction.
29. NE- Johnathan Hankins- DT- Ohio St.
Adding Hankins to play next to Vince Wilfork will greatly improve the Patriots defensive play.
30. Atl- Zach Ertz- TE- Stanford
Future Hall-of-Famer Tony Gonzalez can't keep playing forever. It's time to start grooming a replacement.
31. Ten (from SF)- Sylvester Williams- DT- N. Carolina
Due to the depth of the talent on the d-line in this draft, the Titans are able to trade down and still get a top-notch player to plug into the middle of their defensive line.
32. Bal- Kevin Minter- LB- LSU
Ray Lewis has retired, leaving a gaping hole on the defensive side of the ball. Minter will help fill the gap.

Round 2
33. Jax- Johnathan Banks- CB- Mississippi St.
With the holes in the defensive backfield, the Jags would be wise to use this selection there rather than on the offensive side of the ball.
34. Ten (from KC via SF)- Larry Warford- G- Kentucky
An upgrade to the interior of the Titan's O-Line will help Chris Johnson return to form.
35. Phi- David Amerson- CB- NC St.
With Nnamdi Asomugha set to leave as a free agent, there is need of reinforcements at the position.
36. Det- Tavon Austin- WR- W. Virginia
A playmaker to replace departed head-case Titus Young.
37. Cin (from Oak)- DeAndre Hopkins- WR- Clemson
A complimentary receiver to fill the hole across from AJ Green.
38. Ari- DJ Fluker- OT- Alabama
With their QB in the fold in the first round, they need to use this pick to protect him.
39. NYJ- EJ Manuel- QB- Florida St.
Will push or replace Mark Sanchez and allow Tim Tebow to move to his more natural H-Back position.
40. Ten- Jordan Poyer- CB- Oregon St.
Will step into the nickelback role as a rookie.
41. Buf- Justin Hunter- WR- Tennessee
A weapon for Geno Smith to develop with.
42. Mia- Sam Montgomery- DE- LSU
Will start opposite pass-rush specialist Cameron Wake.
43. TB- Johnathan Jenkins- DT- Georgia
The addition of Jenkins will free up the Buccaneers linebackers to make plays on the ball.
44. Car- Terrance Williams- WR- Baylor
Steve Smith is getting old and the young receivers on the roster have not developed as expected.
45. SD- Giovanni Bernard- RB- N.Carolina
Will push the disappointing Ryan Mathews for playing time.
46. SL- Jonathan Cyprien- S- Florida International
A centerfielder to improve the performance of the secondary.
47. Dal- Mike Glennon- QB- NC St.
The time is now to bring in a QB of the future in Dallas.
48. Pit- Marcus Lattimore- RB- S. Carolina
With their group of solid running backs, the Steelers can afford to take their time on the uberA -talented Lattimore to ensure that his injury problems are behind him.
49. NYG- Gavin Escobar- TE- San Diego St.
Eli Manning needs a reliable receiver from the Tight End position.
50. Chi- Chris Faulk- OT- LSU
The Bears cannot go into this next season with J'Marcus Webb as a starter.
51. Was- Kevin Reddick- LB- N. Carolina
London Fletcher can't play forever, right?
52. Min- Blidi Wreh-Wilson- CB- Connecticut
None of the young corners has stepped forward for the Vikings.
53. Cin- Datone Jones- DE- UCLA
Will compete with the underachieving young DE's in Cincinnati.
54. Mia (from Ind)- Montee Ball- RB- Wisconsin
Reggie Bush was not resigned.
55. GB- Andre Ellington- RB- Clemson
The Packers can't afford to go into 2013 with their current stable of running backs.
56. Sea- Arthur Brown- LB- Kansas St.
Will compete for an outside LB position flanking second-year stud Bobby Wagner.
57. Hou- Marquess Wilson- WR- Washington St.
The Texans need a receiver that can play opposite Andre Johnson so he's not constantly double-teamed.
58. Den- Michael Buchanan- DE- Illinois
Derek Wolfe will be able to move inside to his natural position with the addition of Buchanan.
59. NE- Da'Rick Rogers- WR- Tennessee Tech
This small-school stud has one thing that no other Patriot receiver has- size.
60. Atl- Menelik Watson- OT- Florida St.
A replacement for oft-injured Sam Baker.
61. SF- Barrett Jones- C- Alabama
Jonathan Goodwin is getting older. A replacement is needed.
62. Bal- TJ McDonald- S- USC
Ed Reed is getting older and may not return.

Round 3
63. KC- Kwame Geathers- DT- Georgia
64. Jax- Tyler Bray- QB- Tennessee
65. Det- Oday Aboushi- OT-Virginia
66. Oak- Jesse Williams- DT- Alabama
67. Phi- Khaseem Greene- LB- Rutgers
68. Cle- Michael Williams- TE- Alabama
69. Ari- Brandon Jenkins- LB- Florida St.
70. Ten- Kenny Tate- LB- Maryland
71. Cle (from Buf)- Matt Elam- S- Florida
72. NYJ- Dallas Thomas- OT- Tennessee
73. TB- Joseph Fauria- TE- UCLA
74. SF (from Car)- Tyrann Mathieu- CB- LSU
75. NO- Tyler Wilson- QB- Arkansas
76. SD- Terry Hawthorne- CB- Illinois
77. Mia- Robert Alford- CB- SE Louisiana
78. SL- Jelani Jenkins- LB- Florida
79. Pit- Nickell Robey- CB- USC
80. Mia (from Dal)- Markus Wheaton- WR- Oregon St.
81. NYG- Rick Wagner- OT- Wisconsin
82. Mia (from Chi)- Brian Winters- OT- Kent St.
83. Min- Alvin Bailey- G- Arkansas
84. Cin- Baccari Rambo- S- Georgia
85. Was- Robert Lester- S- Alabama
86. Ind- David Bakhtiari- OT- Colorado
87. Sea- Sanders Commings- CB- Georgia
88. GB- Eric Reid- S- LSU
89. Hou- Shane Skov- LB- Stanford
90. Den- Kyle Long- OT- Oregon
91. NE- Margus Hunt- DE- SMU
92. Atl- Alex Okafor- DE- Texas
93. Ten (from SF)- Travis Frederick- C- Wisconsin
94. Bal- Chase Thomas- LB- Stanford
95. Hou (CS)- Leon McFadden- CB- San Diego St.
96. KC (CS)- Michael Mauti- LB- Penn St.
97. Ten (CS)- Ryan Swope- WR- Texas A&M

Round 4
98. Jax- Justin Pugh- OT- Syracuse
99. KC- Kenjon Barner- RB- Oregon
100. Oak- Reid Fragel- OT- Ohio St.
101. Phi- Shawn Williams- S- Georgia
102. Min (from Det)- Zaviar Gooden- LB- Missouri
103. Ari- Tony Jefferson- S- Oklahoma
104. Cle- Knile Davis- RB- Arkansas
105. Buf- Jamie Collins- LB- Southern Miss
106. NYJ- Will Davis- CB- Utah St.
107. Ten- William Gholston- DE- Michigan St.
108. Car- Johnny Adams- CB- Michigan St.
109. NO- Terrence Brown- CB- Stanford
110. SD- Ryan Nassib- QB- Syracuse
111. Mia- Dwayne Beckford- LB- Purdue
112. TB- DJ Swearinger- S- S. Carolina
113. SL- Cornellius Carradine- DE- Florida St.
114. Dal- Micah Hyde- S- Iowa
115. Pit- Landry Jones- QB- Oklahoma
116. NYG- Gerald Hodges- LB- Penn St.
117. Chi- John Simon- DE- Ohio St.
118. Cin- Brennan Williams- OT- N. Carolina
119. Was- Josh Wetzel- OT- Boston College
120. Min- Tanner Hawkinson- OT- Kansas
121. Ind- Le'Veon Bell- RB- Michigan St.
122. GB- Zac Dysert- QB- Miami (OH)
123. Sea- LaAdrian Waddle- OT- Texas Tech
124. Hou- Xavier Nixon- OT- Florida
125. Den- Tharold Simon- CB- LSU
126. TB (from NE)- Devin Taylor- DE- S. Carolina
127. Atl- Sean Porter- LB- Texas A&M
128. SF- Jordan Reed- TE- Florida
129. Bal- Khaled Holmes- C- USC
130. Bal (CS)- Stedman Bailey- WR- W. Virginia
131. SF (CS)- Akeem Spence- DT- Illinois
132. Det (CS)- Ray Ray Armstrong- S- Miami
133. Atl (CS)- Kenny Stills- WR- Oklahoma

Round 5
134. KC- Levine Toilolo- TE- Stanford
135. Jax- Aaron Dobson- WR- Marshall
136. Phi- Omoregie Uzzi- G- Georgia Tech
137. Det- Mario Benavides- C- Louisville
138. Sea (from Oak)- Ray Polk- S- Colorado
139. Cle- Tom Wort- LB- Oklahoma
140. Ari- Jose Jose- DT- C. Florida
141. NYJ- Dion Sims- TE- Michigan St.
142. Ten- Zach Line- FB- SMU
143. Buf- Alex Hurst- OT- LSU
144. NO- Graham Pocic- C- Illinois
145. SD- Denard Robinson- WR- Michigan
146. Mia- Cobi Hamilton- WR- Arkansas
147. TB- Matt Scott- QB- Arizona
148. Car- Nico Johnson- LB- Alabama
149. SL- Stepfan Taylor- RB- Stanford
150. Pit- Montori Hughes- DT- Tennessee-Martin
151. Dal- Josh Boyd- DT- Mississippi St.
152. NYG- Brad Sorensen- QB- S. Utah
153. Chi- Aaron Hester- CB- UCLA
154. Was- Jake Stoneburner- TE- Ohio St.
155. Min- Quanterus Smith- DE- W. Kentucky
156. Cin- Sio Moore- LB- Connecticut
157. SF (from Ind)- Zeke Motta- S- Notre Dame
158. Sea- Christine Michael- RB- Texas A&M
159. GB- Brandon Kaufman- WR- E. Washington
160. Hou- Everette Dawkins- DT- Florida St.
161. Den- Jamoris Slaughter- S- Notre Dame
162. Was (from NE)- Bennie Logan- DT- LSU
163. Atl- Collin Klein- QB- Kansas St.
164. SF- Logan Ryan- CB- Rutgers
165. Bal- Brandon Williams- DT- Missouri Southern St.
166. Mia (CS)- Phillip Thomas- S- Fresno St.
167. GB (CS)- Braxton Cave- C- Notre Dame
168. Bal (CS)- Kyle Padron- QB- E. Washington

Round 6
169. Jax- Bruce Taylor- LB- Virginia Tech
170. KC- Vaughn Telemaque- S- Miami
171. Det- Abry Jones- DE- Georgia
172. Oak- Greg Reid- CB- Valdosta St.
173. Cle (from Phi)- Sean Renfree- QB- Duke
174. Ari- Patrick Larimore- LB- UCLA
175. Cle- David Quessenberry- OT- San Jose St.
176. Ari (from Ten via Min)- Brad Wing- P- LSU
177. Buf- Brandon Moore- DT- Texas
178. NYJ- Marcus Davis- WR- Virginia Tech
179. SD- Kiko Alonso- LB- Oregon
180. SF (from Mia)- Jordan Rogers- QB- Vanderbilt
181. TB- Cornelius Washington- LB- Georgia
182. Car- Stansly Maponga- DE- TCU
183. NO- Jajuan Harley- S- M.Tennessee
184. SL- RJ Mattes- OT- NC St.
185. Dal- Ray Graham- RB- Pittsburgh
186. Pit- Duke Williams- S- Nevada
187. NYG- Dexter McCoil- S- Tulsa
188. Chi- James Ferentz- C- Iowa
189. Min- Jordan Kovacs- S- Michigan
190. Cin- Alex Carder- QB- W. Michigan
191. Was- Mike Edwards- CB- Hawaii
192. Ind- Braden Hansen- G- BYU
193. GB- Steve Williams- CB- California
194. Sea- Lane Taylor- G- Oklahoma St.
195. Hou- Joseph Randle- RB- Oklahoma St.
196. TB (from Den via Phi)- Josh Boyce- WR- TCU
197. Cin (from NE)- Dalton Freeman- C- Clemson
198. Atl- Spencer Ware- RB- LSU
199. Bal (from SF)- Bradley Randle- RB- UNLV
200. Bal- Ryan Lacy- CB- Utah
201. Hou (CS)- Carson York- G- Oregon
202. Ten (CS)- Ryan Aplin- QB- Arkansas St.
203. Bal (CS)- Patrick Ward- OT- Northwestern
204. KC (CS)- Aaron Mellette- WR- Elon
205. Oak (CS)- Ryan Griffin- TE- Connecticut
206. Pit (CS)- Corey Lemonier- LB- Auburn

Round 7
207. KC- Baker Steinkuhler- DT- Nebraska
208. Jax- John Boyett- S- Oregon
209. Oak- Ben Habern- C- Oklahoma
210. Phi- Ace Sanders- WR- S. Carolina
211. Det- Prentiss Waggner- CB- Tennessee
212. Phi (from Cle)- Craig Roh- DE- Michigan
213. Min (from Ari)- Jake Knott- LB- Iowa St.
214. Sea (from Buf)- Zach Boren- FB- Ohio St.
215. NYJ- Darrington Sentimore- DE- Tennessee
216. Ten- Rashard Hall- S- Clemson
217. Mia- Travis Long- LB- Washington St.
218. TB- Rod Sweeting- CB- Georgia Tech
219. Oak (from Car)- Wes Horton- DE- USC
220. Sea (from NO)- Quinton Patton- WR- Louisiana Tech
221. SD- Larry Black- DT- Indiana
222. SL- Ryan Otten- TE- San Jose St.
223. Pit- Caleb Sturgis- K- Florida
224. Mia (from Dal)- Demontre Hurst- CB- Oklahoma
225. NYG- Mike Gillislee- RB- Florida
226. NE (from Chi via TB)- Sheldon Price- CB- UCLA
227. SF (from Cin)- DeVonte Christopher- WR- Utah
228. Was- Duron Carter- WR- Ohio St.
229. Min- Matt Summers-Gavin- OT- California
230. Ind- Travis Johnson- LB- San Jose St.
231. Min (from Sea)- Jonathan Bostic- LB- Florida
232. GB- Alonzo Highsmith- LB- Arkansas
233. Hou- Bradley McDougald- S- Kansas
234. Den- Roy Roundtree- WR- Michigan
235. NE- Travis Brown- LB- Fresno St.
236. Atl- Marcus Cromartie- CB- Wisconsin
237. SF- Fou Fonoti- OT- Michigan St.
238. Bal- Conner Vernon- WR- Duke
239. Phi (CS)- Jack Doyle- TE- W. Kentucky
240. Cin (CS)- AJ Klein- LB- Iowa St.
241. Sea (CS)- Jordan Hill- DT- Penn St.
242. Sea (CS)- Nigel Malone- CB- Kansas St.
243. Atl (CS)- Sam Brenner- G- Utah
244. Atl (CS)- Sean Progar- DE- N. Illinois
245. Det (CS)- Ryan Griffin- QB- Tulane
246. SF (CS)- Jamarkus McFarland- DT- Oklahoma
247. Bal (CS)- Kenny Demens- LB- Michigan
248. Ten (CS)- John White- RB- Utah
249. Atl (CS)- Sean Fisher- LB- Nebraska
250. Mia (CS)- Dann O'Neill- OT- W. Michigan
251. Cin (CS)- Dave Kruger- DT- Utah
252. SF (CS)- Alex Means- LB- Air Force
253. NYG (CS)- Mike Shannahan- WR- Pittsburgh
254. Ind (CS)- Cory Grissom- DT- S. Florida


ARIZONA CARDINALS
7. Matt Barkley- QB- USC
38. DJ Fluker- OT- Alabama
69. Brandon Jenkins- LB- Florida St.
103. Tony Jefferson- S- Oklahoma
140. Jose Jose- DT- C. Florida
174. Patrick Larimore- LB- UCLA
176. Brad Wing- P- LSU

ATLANTA FALCONS
30. Zach Ertz- TE- Stanford
60. Menelik Watson- OT- Florida St.
92. Alex Okafor- DE- Texas
127. Sean Porter- LB- Texas A&M
133. Kenny Stills- WR- Oklahoma
163. Collin Klein- QB- Kansas St.
198. Spencer Ware- RB- LSU
236. Marcus Cromartie- CB- Wisconsin
243. Sam Brenner- G- Utah
244. Sean Progar- DE- N. Illinois
249. Sean Fisher- LB- Nebraska

BALTIMORE RAVENS
32. Kevin Minter- LB- LSU
62. TJ McDonald- S- USC
94. Chase Thomas- LB- Stanford
129. Khaled Holmes- C- USC
130. Stedman Bailey- WR- W. Virginia
165. Brandon Williams- DT- Missouri Southern St.
168. Kyle Padron- QB- E. Washington
199. Bradley Randle- RB- UNLV
200. Ryan Lacy- CB- Utah
203. Patrick Ward- OT- Northwestern
238. Conner Vernon- WR- Duke
247. Kenny Demens- LB- Michigan

BUFFALO BILLS
6. Geno Smith- QB- W. Virginia
41. Justin Hunter- WR- Tennessee
105. Jamie Collins- LB- Southern Miss
143. Alex Hurst- OT- LSU
177. Brandon Moore- DT- Texas

CAROLINA PANTHERS
14. Sharrif Floyd- DT- Florida
44. Terrance Williams- WR- Baylor
108. Johnny Adams- CB- Michigan St.
148. Nico Johnson- LB- Alabama
182. Stansly Maponga- DE- TCU

CHICAGO BEARS
20. Manti Te'o- LB- Notre Dame
50. Chris Faulk- OT- LSU
117. John Simon- DE- Ohio St.
153. Aaron Hester- CB- UCLA
188. James Ferentz- C- Iowa

CINCINNATI BENGALS
21. Eddie Lacy- RB- Alabama
37. DeAndre Hopkins- WR- Clemson
53. Datone Jones- DE- UCLA
84. Baccari Rambo- S- Georgia
118. Brennan Williams- OT- N. Carolina
156. Sio Moore- LB- Connecticut
190. Alex Carder- QB- W. Michigan
197. Dalton Freeman- C- Clemson
240. AJ Klein- LB- Iowa St.
251. Dave Kruger- DT- Utah

CLEVELAND BROWNS
8. Dee Milliner- CB- Alabama
68. Michael Williams- TE- Alabama
71. Matt Elam- S- Florida
104. Knile Davis- RB- Arkansas
139. Tom Wort- LB- Oklahoma
173. Sean Renfree- QB- Duke
175. David Quessenberry- OT- San Jose St.

DALLAS COWBOYS
12. Chance Warmack- G- Alabama
47. Mike Glennon- QB- NC St.
114. Micah Hyde- S- Iowa
151. Josh Boyd- DT- Mississippi St.
185. Ray Graham- RB- Pittsburgh

DENVER BRONCOS
28. Alec Ogletree- LB- Georgia
58. Michael Buchanan- DE- Illinois
90. Kyle Long- OT- Oregon
125. Tharold Simon- CB- LSU
161. Jamoris Slaughter- S- Notre Dame
234. Roy Roundtree- WR- Michigan

DETROIT LIONS
5. Dion Jordan- DE- Oregon
36. Tavon Austin- WR- W. Virginia
65. Oday Aboushi- OT-Virginia
132. Ray Ray Armstrong- S- Miami
137. Mario Benavides- C- Louisville
171. Abry Jones- DE- Georgia
211. Prentiss Waggner- CB- Tennessee
245. Ryan Griffin- QB- Tulane

GREEN BAY PACKERS
26. Kawann Short- DT- Purdue
55. Andre Ellington- RB- Clemson
88. Eric Reid- S- LSU
122. Zac Dysert- QB- Miami (OH)
159. Brandon Kaufman- WR- E. Washington
167. Braxton Cave- C- Notre Dame
193. Steve Williams- CB- California
232. Alonzo Highsmith- LB- Arkansas

HOUSTON TEXANS
27. Kenny Vaccaro- S- Texas
57. Marquess Wilson- WR- Washington St.
89. Shane Skov- LB- Stanford
95. Leon McFadden- CB- San Diego St.
124. Xavier Nixon- OT- Florida
160. Everette Dawkins- DT- Florida St.
195. Joseph Randle- RB- Oklahoma St.
201. Carson York- G- Oregon
233. Bradley McDougald- S- Kansas

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
24. Xavier Rhodes- CB- Florida St.
86. David Bakhtiari- OT- Colorado
121. Le'Veon Bell- RB- Michigan St.
192. Braden Hansen- G- BYU
230. Travis Johnson- LB- San Jose St.
254. Cory Grissom- DT- S. Florida

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
2. Ezekiel Ansah- DE- BYU
33. Johnathan Banks- CB- Mississippi St.
64. Tyler Bray- QB- Tennessee
98. Justin Pugh- OT- Syracuse
135. Aaron Dobson- WR- Marshall
169. Bruce Taylor- LB- Virginia Tech
208. John Boyett- S- Oregon

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
1. Luke Joeckel- OT- Texas A&M
63. Kwame Geathers- DT- Georgia
96. Michael Mauti- LB- Penn St.
99. Kenjon Barner- RB- Oregon
134. Levine Toilolo- TE- Stanford
170. Vaughn Telemaque- S- Miami
204. Aaron Mellette- WR- Elon
207. Baker Steinkuhler- DT- Nebraska

MIAMI DOLPHINS
18. Tyler Eiffert- TE- Notre Dame
42. Sam Montgomery- DE- LSU
54. Montee Ball- RB- Wisconsin
77. Robert Alford- CB- SE Louisiana
80. Markus Wheaton- WR- Oregon St.
82. Brian Winters- OT- Kent St.
111. Dwayne Beckford- LB- Purdue
146. Cobi Hamilton- WR- Arkansas
166. Phillip Thomas- S- Fresno St.
217. Travis Long- LB- Washington St.
224. Demontre Hurst- CB- Oklahoma
250. Dann O'Neill- OT- W. Michigan

MINNESOTA VIKINGS
23. Sheldon Richardson- DT- Missouri
25. Robert Woods- WR- USC
52. Blidi Wreh-Wilson- CB- Connecticut
83. Alvin Bailey- G- Arkansas
102. Zaviar Gooden- LB- Missouri
120. Tanner Hawkinson- OT- Kansas
155. Quanterus Smith- DE- W. Kentucky
189. Jordan Kovacs- S- Michigan
213. Jake Knott- LB- Iowa St.
229. Matt Summers-Gavin- OT- California
231. Jonathan Bostic- LB- Florida

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
29. Johnathan Hankins- DT- Ohio St.
59. Da'Rick Rogers- WR- Tennessee Tech
91. Margus Hunt- DE- SMU
226. Sheldon Price- CB- UCLA
235. Travis Brown- LB- Fresno St.

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
15. Damontre Moore- LB- Texas A&M
75. Tyler Wilson- QB- Arkansas
109. Terrence Brown- CB- Stanford
144. Graham Pocic- C- Illinois
183. Jajuan Harley- S- M.Tennessee

NEW YORK GIANTS
19. Bjoern Werner- DE- Florida St.
49. Gavin Escobar- TE- San Diego St.
81. Rick Wagner- OT- Wisconsin
116. Gerald Hodges- LB- Penn St.
152. Brad Sorensen- QB- S. Utah
187. Dexter McCoil- S- Tulsa
225. Mike Gillislee- RB- Florida
253. Mike Shannahan- WR- Pittsburgh

NEW YORK JETS
9. Barkevious Mingo- LB- LSU
39. EJ Manuel- QB- Florida St.
72. Dallas Thomas- OT- Tennessee
106. Will Davis- CB- Utah St.
141. Dion Sims- TE- Michigan St.
178. Marcus Davis- WR- Virginia Tech
215. Darrington Sentimore- DE- Tennessee

OAKLAND RAIDERS
3. Jarvis Jones- LB- Georgia
66. Jesse Williams- DT- Alabama
100. Reid Fragel- OT- Ohio St.
172. Greg Reid- CB- Valdosta St.
205. Ryan Griffin- TE- Connecticut
209. Ben Habern- C- Oklahoma
219. Wes Horton- DE- USC

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
4. Eric Fisher- OT- C. Michigan
35. David Amerson- CB- NC St
67. Khaseem Greene- LB- Rutgers
101. Shawn Williams- S- Georgia
136. Omoregie Uzzi- G- Georgia Tech
210. Ace Sanders- WR- S. Carolina
212. Craig Roh- DE- Michigan
239. Jack Doyle- TE- W. Kentucky

PITTSBURGH STEELERS
17. Cordarelle Patterson- WR- Tennessee
48. Marcus Lattimore- RB- S. Carolina
79. Nickell Robey- CB- USC
115. Landry Jones- QB- Oklahoma
150. Montori Hughes- DT- Tennessee-Martin
186. Duke Williams- S- Nevada
206. Corey Lemonier- LB- Auburn
223. Caleb Sturgis- K- Florida

SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
11. Lane Johnson- OT- Oklahoma
45. Giovanni Bernard- RB- N.Carolina
76. Terry Hawthorne- CB- Illinois
110. Ryan Nassib- QB- Syracuse
145. Denard Robinson- WR- Michigan
179. Kiko Alonso- LB- Oregon
221. Larry Black- DT- Indiana

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
10. Star Lotulelei- DT- Utah
61. Barrett Jones- C- Alabama
74. Tyrann Mathieu- CB- LSU
128. Jordan Reed- TE- Florida
131. Akeem Spence- DT- Illinois
157. Zeke Motta- S- Notre Dame
164. Logan Ryan- CB- Rutgers
180. Jordan Rogers- QB- Vanderbilt
227. DeVonte Christopher- WR- Utah
237. Fou Fonoti- OT- Michigan St.
246. Jamarkus McFarland- DT- Oklahoma
252. Alex Means- LB- Air Force

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
56. Arthur Brown- LB- Kansas St.
87. Sanders Commings- CB- Georgia
123. LaAdrian Waddle- OT- Texas Tech
138. Ray Polk- S- Colorado
158. Christine Michael- RB- Texas A&M
194. Lane Taylor- G- Oklahoma St.
214. Zach Boren- FB- Ohio St.
220. Quinton Patton- WR- Louisiana Tech
241. Jordan Hill- DT- Penn St.
242. Nigel Malone- CB- Kansas St.

ST. LOUIS RAMS
16. Jonathan Cooper- G- N. Carolina
22. Keenan Allen- WR- California
46. Jonathan Cyprien- S- Florida International
78. Jelani Jenkins- LB- Florida
113. Cornellius Carradine- DE- Florida St.
149. Stepfan Taylor- RB- Stanford
184. RJ Mattes- OT- NC St.
222. Ryan Otten- TE- San Jose St.

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
13. Desmond Trufant- CB- Washington
43. Johnathan Jenkins- DT- Georgia
73. Joseph Fauria- TE- UCLA
112. DJ Swearinger- S- S. Carolina
126. Devin Taylor- DE- S. Carolina
147. Matt Scott- QB- Arizona
181. Cornelius Washington- LB- Georgia
196. Josh Boyce- WR- TCU
218. Rod Sweeting- CB- Georgia Tech

TENNESSEE TITANS
31. Sylvester Williams- DT- N. Carolina
34. Larry Warford- G- Kentucky
40. Jordan Poyer- CB- Oregon St.
70. Kenny Tate- LB- Maryland
93. Travis Frederick- C- Wisconsin
97. Ryan Swope- WR- Texas A&M
107. William Gholston- DE- Michigan St.
142. Zach Line- FB- SMU
202. Ryan Aplin- QB- Arkansas St.
216. Rashard Hall- S- Clemson
248. John White- RB- Utah

WASHINGTON REDSKINS
51. Kevin Reddick- LB- N. Carolina
85. Robert Lester- S- Alabama
119. Josh Wetzel- OT- Boston College
154. Jake Stoneburner- TE- Ohio St.
162. Bennie Logan- DT- LSU
191. Mike Edwards- CB- Hawaii
228.Duron Carter- WR- Ohio St.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 11:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Terrible Bengals draft compared to what it can be.

1. Kenny Vaccaro
2. Gio Bernard
2. Arthur Brown
3. Alex okefor


I'm ok with the next few picks but those first 4 could be so much better
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 11:25 am    Post subject: Re: 7 Rounds Reply with quote

ajurapyta wrote:
53. Cin- Datone Jones- DE- UCLA
Will compete with the underachieving young DE's in Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI BENGALS
21. Eddie Lacy- RB- Alabama
37. DeAndre Hopkins- WR- Clemson
53. Datone Jones- DE- UCLA
84. Baccari Rambo- S- Georgia
118. Brennan Williams- OT- N. Carolina
156. Sio Moore- LB- Connecticut
190. Alex Carder- QB- W. Michigan
197. Dalton Freeman- C- Clemson
240. AJ Klein- LB- Iowa St.
251. Dave Kruger- DT- Utah


Love it for the most part, but your reasoning for Datone Jones might be the most uninformed thing I have seen written this week, and I teach.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 11:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not too bad on the Browns....but Knile Davis is a wasted pick. Best available ILB there please.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 11:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice try but not even close for the Redskins.
Just my opinion but That is WAY to high for Reddick try the 4th round. Robert Lester will go in the 6th or 7th and Washington needs a FS not a SS. I quit reading after those picks!!
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 11:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like Fisher at #4.

I would take Tavon Austin at #35 in this scenario (which won't happen, Austin will be long gone by then).

I would take Rob Alford in the 3rd for this scenario.

Then I would take Jamie Collins in the 4th for this scenario.

Uzzi is fine in the 5th.
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If you think Barkley fits Arains system, you know absolutely nothing about his offense. Dumbest thing I've ever heard
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 12:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just a tweak to your order, Vikings have 214 the Buffalo pick which they traded to Seattle, which was then traded to Vikings.

As for the Vikings draft, Ii'm not a huge Woods fan, but that's a solid first round pick. CB isn't bad, but in your description, Cook has stepped up nicely for the Vikings, but there are injury concerns with him, and Robinson didn't look too bad as a rookie last year.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 12:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not digging your Falcons draft. For all our needs on D I highly doubt we wait till the 3rd round before trying to address it.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 12:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Terrible job for the Boys. While I do like Warmack at OG, we cannot afford to trade away anymore picks to move up and get 1 player. I didn't like it last year and I would like it even less this year.

We could stay at 18 and hope Cooper slides to us or trade back and COLLECT another pick in the 3rd round and thake Wafford in the late 1st.

Jimmy Johnson didn't build a dynasty by trading away picks, he stockpiled picks and drafted from there. Why is this concept so difficult for most people to grasp????
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 12:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Overall I like it for the Titans I have been a big proponent of moving down with san fran....you will likely have to give us more picks to make the deal.

Your later round picks are a little out there for us and Kenny Tate is not worth a 3rd. Give us Tank Carradine there instead.
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Absolutely horrible Falcons draft. Terrible, terrible. Tight end isn't a need, espicially in the first round with so many other needs. Menelik Watson is equally awful. We just gave Sam Baker a huge contract, why would we draft his replacement? Okafar--good, but not likely to be there. Porter and Stills are good picks. And now for the worst pick--Collin Klein? WTF? Why would we draft Collin Klein? He's a UDFA? And over Logan Ryan, a second round corner, who is still available? Ugh. I would not be happy with that draft.
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You lost me at Dallas trading up for an OG, especially since Jonathan Cooper would fall to Dallas at 18 should they stay where they are.
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Quote:
DALLAS COWBOYS
12. Chance Warmack- G- Alabama
47. Mike Glennon- QB- NC St.
114. Micah Hyde- S- Iowa
151. Josh Boyd- DT- Mississippi St.
185. Ray Graham- RB- Pittsburgh


No good for Dallas.

Warmack is fine, but OGs typically fall and trading up for one is simply a bad idea, especially in a draft as deep as this one.

Glennon. Decent pick, but changes in defensive scheme and questions at both safety spots, make a QB a bad selection at this point.

Hyde - At least a round too soon and Dallas has their top 3 CBs already in Claiborne, Carr and Scandrick.

The others are OK. Outside of Hyde, I have no issue with any of the prospects, just doesn't do much in terms of filling the gaps and the trade up for an OG is a killer.
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Jones and Williams? WInning
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