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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:38 pm    Post subject: Fear DaBeard99's 5-Round Mock! Reply with quote

Here is my first go at a full mock, let me your suggestions and comments. Thanks

Pre Draft-
• Tampa Bay Acquires CB-Darrelle Revis for 2014 1st and 2nd Rd, and 4th and 6th 2013 Rd picks, and RB LeGarrette Blount
• Miami Acquires T-Branden Albert for 2013 2nd Rd and 7th Rd.
• Emmanuel Sanders Signs with Patriots-3rd Round to Steelers
• San Francisco Acquires Nick Foles-QB for 2013 4th Rd pick.


Round 1
1. Kansas City (2-14)-Luke Joeckel-T-Texas A&M
2. Jacksonville (2-14)-Traded to Eagles-Geno Smith-QB-West Virginia
3. Oakland (4-12)-Shariff Floyd-DT-Florida
4. Philadelphia (4-12)-Traded to Jaguars-Dion Jordan-DE/LB-Oregon
5. Detroit (4-12)-Ezekiel Ansah-DE-BYU
6. Cleveland (5-11)-E.J. Manuel-QB-Florida State
7. Arizona (5-11)-Chance Warmack-G-Alabama
8. Buffalo (6-10)-Traded to Steelers-Eric Fisher-T-Central Michigan
9. New York Jets (6-10)-Dee Millner-CB-Alabama
10. Tennessee (6-10)-Jonathan Cooper-G-North Carolina
11. San Diego (7-9)-Star Lotulelei-NT-Utah
12. Miami (7-9)-Xavier Rhodes-CB-Florida State
13. Tampa Bay (7-9)-Sheldon Richardson-DT-Mizzou
14. Carolina (7-9)-Cordarrelle Patterson-WR-Tennessee
15. New Orleans (7-9)-Lane Johnson-T-Oklahoma
16. St. Louis (7-8-1)-Tavon Austin-WR-West Virginia
17. Pittsburgh (8-Cool-Traded to Bills-Matt Barkley-QB-USC
18. Dallas (8-Cool-Kenny Vacarro-S-Texas
19. New York Giants (9-7)-Bjoern Werner-DE-Florida State
20. Chicago (10-6)-D.J. Fluker-T-Alabama
21. Cincinnati* (10-6)-Alec Ogletree-LB-Georgia
22. St. Louis - from Washington* (10-6)-Datone Jones-DT-UCLA
23. Minnesota* (10-6)-Johnathan Hankins-DT-Ohio State
24. Indianapolis* (11-5)-Jarvis Jones-LB-Georgia
25. Minnesota - from Seattle* (11-5)-Manti Te’o-LB-Notre Dame
26. Green Bay* (11-5)-Terron Armstead-T-Arkansas-Pine Bluff
27. Houston* (12-4)- Jesse Williams-NT-Alabama
28. Denver* (13-3)-Damontre Moore-DE/LB-Texas A&M
29. New England* (12-4)-Justin Hunter-WR-Tennessee
30. Atlanta* (13-3)-Barkevious Mingo-DE-LSU
31. San Francisco* (11-4-1)-Johnathan Cyprien-S-Florida International
32. Baltimore* (10-6)-Arthur Brown-LB-Kansas State
-Jaguars acquires Eagles 1st, 3rd, and #4 and #6 In 7th Rd 2013,and 2014 2nd Rd.
- Bills acquires Steelers 1st, 2nd, and 6th Rd.
• Washington -> St. Louis: Robert Griffin
• Seattle -> Minnesota: Percy Harvin



Round 2
1. Jacksonville (2-14)-Johnthan Banks-CB-Mississippi State
2. San Francisco - from Kansas City (2-14)-John Jenkins-NT-Georgia
3. Philadelphia (4-12)-Kyle Long-G/T-Oregon
4. Detroit (4-12)-Menelik Watson-T-Florida State
5. Cincinnati - from Oakland (4-12)-Matt Elam-S-Florida
6. Arizona (5-11)-Mike Glennon-QB-NC State
7. Cleveland (5-11)
8. New York Jets (6-10)-Ryan Nassib-QB-Syracuse
9. Tennessee (6-10)-Desmond Trufant-CB-Washington
10. Buffalo (6-10)-Tyler Eifert-TE-Notre Dame
11. Miami (7-9)-Traded to Chiefs*-Kevin Minter-LB-LSU
12. Tampa Bay (7-9)-Zach Ertz-TE-Stanford
13. Carolina (7-9)-Kawann Short-DT-Purdue
14. New Orleans (7-9)
15. San Diego (7-9)-Jamar Taylor-CB-Boise State
16. St. Louis (7-8-1)-Eddie Lacy-RB-Alabama
17. Dallas (8-Cool-Larry Warford-G-Kentucky
18. Pittsburgh (8-Cool-Traded to Bills*-Justin Pugh-G/T-Syracuse
19. New York Giants (9-7)-Sylvester Williams-DT-North Carolina
20. Chicago (10-6)-Khaseem Greene-LB-Rutgers
21. Washington* (10-6)-Traded To Texans*-DeAndre Hopkins-WR-Clemson
22. Minnesota* (10-6)-Keenan Allen-WR-Cal
23. Cincinnati* (10-6)-Giovani Bernard-RB-North Carolina
24. Miami - from Indianapolis* (11-5)-Cornellius “Tank” Carradine-DE-Florida State
25. Green Bay* (11-5)-Jamie Collins-LB-Southern Miss
26. Seattle* (11-5)-Barrett Jones-C/G/T-Alabama
27. Houston* (12-4)-Traded to Redskins*-Eric Reid-S-LSU
28. Denver* (13-3)-Christine Michael-RB-Texas A&M
29. New England* (12-4)-Traded To Jaguars*-Matt Scott-QB-Arizona
30. Atlanta* (13-3)-Gavin Escobar-TE-San Diego State
31. San Francisco* (11-4-1)-Margus Hunt-DE-SMU
32. Baltimore* (10-6)-D.J. Swearinger-S-South Carolina
-Redskins Acquires Texans 2nd, 4th, and 7th Rd.
-Patriots Acquires Jaguars 3rd #5 and 5th Rd.
• Raiders -> Bengals: Carson Palmer
• Colts -> Dolphins: Vontae Davis
• Chiefs -> 49ers: Alex Smith
• Browns forfeit pick for supplemental draft pick (Josh Gordon)
• Saints forfeit pick for Bountygate



Round 3
1. Kansas City (2-14)-Shamarko Thomas-S-Syracuse
2. Jacksonville (2-14)-Oday Aboushi-T-Virginia
3. Detroit (4-12)-Robert Alford-CB-Southeastern Louisiana
4. Oakland (4-12)-Alex Okafor-DE-Texas
5. Philadelphia (4-12)-Traded Jaguars* to Patriots*-David Amerson-CB-NC State
6. Cleveland (5-11)-Logan Ryan-CB-Rutgers
7. Arizona (5-11)-Markus Wheaton-WR-Oregon State
8. Tennessee (6-10)-Sam Montgomery-DE-LSU
9. Buffalo (6-10)-Robert Woods-WR-USC
10. New York Jets (6-10)-Bacarri Rambo-S-Georgia
11. Tampa Bay (7-9)-Jordan Poyer-CB-Oregon State
12. San Francisco - from Carolina (7-9)-Travis Frederick-C-Wisconsin
13. New Orleans (7-9)-Leon McFadden-CB-San Diego State
14. San Diego (7-9)-David Quessenberry-T-San Jose State
15. Miami (7-9)- Darius Slay-CB-Mississippi State
16. St. Louis (7-8-1)-Phillip Thomas-S-Fresno State
17. Pittsburgh (8-Cool-Traded to Packers*-Montee Ball-RB-Wisconsin
18. Dallas (8-Cool-Brandon Williams-DT-Missouri Southern State
19. New York Giants (9-7)-Vance McDonald-TE-Rice
20. Miami - from Chicago (10-6)-Brian Winters-G-Kent State
21. Minnesota* (10-6)-Blidi Wreh-Wilson-CB-UCONN
22. Cincinnati* (10-6)-Brian Schwenke-C-Cal
23. Washington* (10-6)-B.W. Webb-CB-William & Mary
24. Indianapolis* (11-5)-Traded to Ravens-Terrance Williams-WR-Baylor
25. Seattle* (11-5)-Tyrann Mathieu-CB-LSU
26. Green Bay* (11-5)-Traded to Steelers*-Le’Veon Bell-RB-Michigan State
27. Houston* (12-4)-Sio Moore-LB-UCONN
28. Denver* (13-3)-Bennie Logan-DT-LSU
29. New England* (12-4)-Traded to Steelers*-Stedman Bailey-WR-West Virginia
30. Atlanta* (13-3)-Zaviar Gooden-LB-Mizzou
31. San Francisco* (11-4-1)-Da’Rick Rogers-WR-Tennessee Tech
32. Baltimore* (10-6)-Traded to Colts*-Aaron Dobson-WR-Marshall
33. Houston (compensatory)-Xavier Nixon-T-Florida
34. Kansas City (compensatory)-Landry Jones-QB-Oklahoma
35. Tennessee (compensatory)-Ryan Swope-WR-Texas A&M
-Steelers Acquire 3rd, 5th, 6th, and 7th Rd from Texans for 3rd and 7th Rd.
-Colts Acquire 3rd and 4th Rd from Ravens for 3rd and 6th Rd.
• Carolina -> San Francisco: Trent Robinson and Frank Alexander
• Chicago -> Miami: Brandon Marshall

Round 4
1. Jacksonville (2-14)-T.J. McDonald-S-USC
2. Kansas City (2-14)-Jordan Mills-T-Louisiana Tech
3. Oakland (4-12)-Tyler Wilson-QB-Arkansas
4. Philadelphia (4-12)-Trevardo Williams-LB-UCONN
5. Minnesota - from Detroit (4-12)-John Simon-DE-Ohio State
6. Arizona (5-11)-Corey Lemonier-DE/LB-Auburn
7. Cleveland (5-11)-Quinton Patton-WR-Louisiana Tech
8. Buffalo (6-10)-Shawn Williams-S-Georgia
9. New York Jets (6-10)-Johnathan Franklin-RB-UCLA
10. Tennessee (6-10)-Jordan Hill-DT-Penn State
11. Carolina (7-9)-Traded to Rams*-Kevin Reddick-LB-North Carolina
12. New Orleans (7-9)-Marquise Goodwin-WR-Texas
13. San Diego (7-9)-Hugh Thornton-G-Illinois
14. Miami (7-9)-Andre Ellington-RB-Clemson
15. Tampa Bay (7-9)-Traded to Jets*-Cornelius Washington-DE/LB-Georgia
16. St. Louis (7-8-1)-Traded to Panthers*-Dallas Thomas-T-Tennessee
17. Dallas (8-Cool-Stepfan Taylor-RB-Stanford
18. Pittsburgh (8-Cool-Tyler Bray-QB-Tennessee
19. New York Giants (9-7)-Gerald Hodges-LB-Penn State
20. Chicago (10-6)-Terry Hawthorne-CB-Illinois
21. Cincinnati* (10-6)-Devin Taylor-DE-South Carolina
22. Washington* (10-6)-Sean Porter-LB-Texas A&M
23. Minnesota* (10-6)-Joseph Randle-RB-Oklahoma State
24. Indianapolis* (11-5)-Alvin Bailey-G-Arkansas
25. Green Bay* (11-5)-Cobi Hamilton-WR-Arkansas
26. Seattle* (11-5)- Brandon Jenkins-DE-Florida State
27. Houston* (12-4)-Traded to Redskins*-Travis Kelce-TE-Cincinnati
28. Denver* (13-3)-J.J. Wilcox-S-Georgia Southern
29. Tampa Bay - from New England* (12-4)-Jawan Jamison-RB-Rutgers
30. Atlanta* (13-3)-Dwayne Gratz-CB-UCONN
31. San Francisco* (11-4-1)-Traded to Eagles*-Malliciah Goodman-DE-Clemson
32. Baltimore* (10-6)-Traded to Colts*-Brandon McGee-CB-Miami(Fl.)
33. Baltimore (compensatory)-Chris Harper-WR-Kansas State
34. San Francisco (compensatory)-Marcus Lattimore-RB-South Carolina
35. Detroit (compensatory)-Will Davis-CB-Utah State
36. Atlanta (compensatory)-Jon Bostic-LB-Florida

• Detroit -> Minnesota: Tahir Whitehead and Travis Lewis
• New England -> Tampa Bay: Aqib Talib

Round 5
1. Kansas City (2-14)-Tony Jefferson-S-Oklahoma
2. Jacksonville (2-14)-Traded to Patriots*-Lerentee McCray-DE/LB-Florida
3. Philadelphia (4-12)-Kwame Geathers-DE/DT-Georgia
4. Detroit (4-12)-Josh Evans-S-Florida
5. Seattle - from Oakland (4-12)-Akeem Spence-DT-Illinois
6. Cleveland (5-11)-Nico Johnson-LB-Alabama
7. Arizona (5-11)-Khaled Holmes-C-USC
8. New York Jets (6-10)-Tavarres King-WR-Georgia
9. Tennessee (6-10)-Jordan Reed-TE-Florida
10. Buffalo (6-10)-Kiko Alonso-LB-Oregon
11. New Orleans (7-9)-Montori Hughes-NT-Tennessee-Martin
12. San Diego (7-9)-Mike Gillislee-RB-Florida
13. Miami (7-9)-Everett Dawkins-DT-Florida State
14. Tampa Bay (7-9)-Zac Dysert-QB-Miami(Oh.)
15. Carolina (7-9)-Tharold Simon-CB-LSU
16. St. Louis (7-8-1)-Chris Faulk-T-LSU
17. Pittsburgh (8-Cool-Dion Sims-TE-Michigan State
18. Dallas (8-Cool-Kenny Stills-WR-Oklahoma
19. New York Giants (9-7)-Brennan Williams-T-North Carolina
20. Chicago (10-6)-Lavar Edwards-DE-LSU
21. Washington* (10-6)-Earl Wolff-S-NC State
22. Minnesota* (10-6)-J.C. Tretter-G-Cornell
23. Cincinnati* (10-6)-Lonnie Pryor-FB-Florida State
24. San Francisco - from Indianapolis* (11-5)-Chase Thomas-LB-Stanford
25. Seattle* (11-5)-Jelani Jenkins-LB-Florida
26. Green Bay* (11-5)-Traded to Steelers*-Rontez Miles-S-Cal(Pa.)
27. Houston* (12-4)-Kenjon Barner-RB-Oregon
28. Denver* (13-3)-Sanders Comings-CB/S-Georgia
29. Washington - from New England* (12-4)-Nickell Robey-CB-USC
30. Atlanta* (13-3)-Duke Williams-S-Nevada
31. San Francisco* (11-4-1)-Kyle Juszczyk-FB/TE-Harvard
32. Baltimore* (10-6)-David Bakhtiari-T-Colorado
33. Miami (compensatory)-Knile Davis-RB-Arkansas
34. Green Bay (compensatory)-Nick Kasa-TE-Colorado
35. Baltimore (compensatory)-William Gholston-DE-Michigan State

• Indianapolis -> San Francisco: T.Y Hilton
• New England -> Washington: Albert Haynesworth
• Oakland -> Seattle: Aaron Curry
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

...... EJ ...... i dont think i could be more upset at a selection if we do pick him Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

FLAbrownfan wrote:
...... EJ ...... i dont think i could be more upset at a selection if we do pick him Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad


Chud got history with Big and Athletic QB's, plus I am of the same opinion as Mike Mayock, If I am gonna miss with one of these QB's I'm gonna miss with EJ.
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I could live with it for the Vikes. Don't love Hankins or Te'o but both are positions of need and I could see us picking them. I doubt Keenan lasts until our pick in the second, but I would be thrilled if we got him there.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:58 pm    Post subject: Re: Fear DaBeard99's 5-Round Mock! Reply with quote

dabeard99 wrote:
26. Green Bay* (11-5)-Terron Armstead-T-Arkansas-Pine Bluff


Not anywhere near worthy of a 1st Round caliber player. I'd probably go with Barkevious Mingo [OLB; LSU] here instead.



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25. Green Bay* (11-5)-Jamie Collins-LB-Southern Miss


After going with Mingo, I'd probably take Barrett Jones [OL; Alabama] here instead.


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17. Pittsburgh (8-Cool-Traded to Packers*-Montee Ball-RB-Wisconsin


Doubtful the Packers would trade up for a running back. Just stay where we are at at take Le'Veon Bell here instead.


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25. Green Bay* (11-5)-Cobi Hamilton-WR-Arkansas


Yuck. Take Travis Kelce [TE; Cincinnati] here instead.


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26. Green Bay* (11-5)-Traded to Steelers*-Rontez Miles-S-Cal(Pa.)


Probably look to improve safety depth here. Duke Williams [S; Nevada] makes sense here.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

dabeard99 wrote:
FLAbrownfan wrote:
...... EJ ...... i dont think i could be more upset at a selection if we do pick him Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad


Chud got history with Big and Athletic QB's, plus I am of the same opinion as Mike Mayock, If I am gonna miss with one of these QB's I'm gonna miss with EJ.


You don't draft a QB to just draft one
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Yikes. I really do not like this at all for the Jets.

Even if we trade Revis, we absolutely don't need a CB with pick 9. Antonio Cromartie and Kyle Wilson are a fine CB duo.

Ryan Nassib is a 4th round prospect at best. HUGE reach.

I'd prefer Phillip Thomas in the 3rd over Rambo.

I don't think the Jets will take a RB before the 6th round, if at all. Travis Kelce would be a better pick than Franklin.
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candyman93 wrote:
dabeard99 wrote:
FLAbrownfan wrote:
...... EJ ...... i dont think i could be more upset at a selection if we do pick him Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad


Chud got history with Big and Athletic QB's, plus I am of the same opinion as Mike Mayock, If I am gonna miss with one of these QB's I'm gonna miss with EJ.


You don't draft a QB to just draft one
Exactly. I hate seeing every mock just give us a random QB in the first two rounds because we suck at the position. Obviously we need to improve at the position, but adding a guy that the team isn't sure is the guy for the sake of adding a QB is a waste of a draft pick. I'd rather wait a year than reach for someone.
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I like it for the Falcons. Love Escobar as a prospect, however we just can't take a TE that high due to more pressing needs. I'd probably go Margus Hunt there, and take a TE later.
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CHIEFS: Not bad for this team. However, IMO, I would take Bailey over Minter or Swope over Jones. The Chiefs need WRs to play in Reid's probably pass happy O. Like the trade but I think the Chiefs will push hard for a future 2014 pick over a 7th this year.
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The Steelers traded their 1st and 2nd to Buffalo for what??
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There's no way that four offensive linemen are going to be selected in the first 10 picks. And two OGs haven't been selected in the top 17 picks in close to 30 years.
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Pretty horrible for the Packers. So much more value and options at each of the picks.
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no real reason to make the trade with the Pats for Scott. He should definitely be there at the Jags 3rd round spot.
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