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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 10:21 pm    Post subject: Green's Sequel Mock Reply with quote

1. Arizona Cardinals: Teddy Bridgewater // QB // Louisville
2. Oakland Raiders: Jadeveon Clowney // DE // South Carolina
3. Jacksonville Jaguars: David Fales // QB // San Jose State
4. Cleveland Browns: Brett Hundley // QB // UCLA
5. San Diego Chargers: Taylor Lewan // OT // Michigan
6. Buffalo Bills: Marqise Lee // WR // USC
7. New York Jets: Anthony Barr // OLB // UCLA
8. Philadelphia Eagles: Sammy Watkins // WR // Clemson
9. Chicago Bears: Bradley Roby // CB // Ohio State
10. New Orleans Saints: Kyle Van Noy // OLB // BYU
11. Tennessee Titans: Loucheiz Purifoy // CB // Florida
12. Minnesota Vikings: Aaron Lynch // DE // South Florida
13. Miami Dolphins: Timmy Jernigan // DT // FSU
14. Pittsburgh Steelers: Austin Seferian-Jenkins // TE // Washington
15. New York Giants: Stephon Tuitt // DT // Notre Dame
16. Kansas City Chiefs: Brandon Coleman // WR // Rutgers
17. St. Louis Rams: Cyrus Kouandjio // OT // Alabama
18. Detroit Lions: Antonio Richardson // OT // Tennessee
19. Dallas Cowboys: Louis Nix III // DT // Notre Dame
20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Blake Bortles // QB // Central Florida
21. Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Jackson // LB // Western Kentucky
22. St. Louis Rams (via WAS): HaHa Clinton-Dix // S // Alabama
23. Baltimore Ravens: Will Sutton // DE // Arizona State
24. Atlanta Falcons: Colt Lyerla // TE // Oregon
25. Carolina Panthers: Jordan Matthews // WR // Vanderbilt
26. Cincinnati Bengals: C.J. Mosley // LB // Alabama
27. New England Patriots: Scott Crichton // DE // Oregon State
28. Green Bay Packers: David Yankey // OT // Stanford
29. Seattle Seahawks: Jackson Jeffcoat // DE // Texas
30. Denver Broncos: Ty Zimmerman // S // Kansas State
31. Houston Texans: Shayne Skov // LB // Stanford
32. San Francisco 49ers: Ed Reynolds // S // Stanford

33. Arizona Cardinals: De'Anthony Thomas // RB // Oregon
34. Oakland Raiders: Gabe Jackson // OG // Mississippi State
35. Cleveland Browns: Craig Loston // S // LSU
36. Jacksonville Jaguars: Daniel McCullers // DT // Tennessee
37. Buffalo Bills: Anthony Johnson // DT // LSU
38. New York Jets: C.J. Fiedorowicz // TE // Iowa
39. Philadelphia Eagles: Ifo Ekpre-Olomu // CB // Oregon
40. San Diego Chargers: Lache Seastrunk // RB // Baylor
41. New Orleans Saints: Deshazor Everett // CB // Texas A&M
42. Tennessee Titans: Vinnie Sunseri // S // Alabama
43. Minnesota Vikings: Tajh Boyd // QB // Clemson
44. Chicago Bears: Cyril Richardson // OG // Baylor
45. Miami Dolphins: Ka'Deem Carey // RB // Arizona
46. New York Giants: Justin Gilbert // CB // Oklahoma State
47. Kansas City Chiefs: A.J. McCarron // QB // Alabama
48. St. Louis Rams: Ryan Shazier // LB // Ohio State
49. Pittsburgh Steelers: C.J. Barnett // S // Ohio State
50. Dallas Cowboys: Johnny Manziel // QB // Texas A&M
51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jacob Pedersen // TE // Wisconsin
52. Detroit Lions: Cody Hoffman // WR // BYU
53. Washington Redskins: A.J. Johnson // LB // Tennessee
54. Indianapolis Colts: Austin Hill // WR // Arizona
55. Baltimore Ravens: T.J. Jones // WR // Notre Dame
56. Atlanta Falcons: Ra'shede Hageman // DT // Minnesota
57. Carolina Panthers: James Hurst // OT // North Carolina
58. Cincinnati Bengals: Travis Swanson // C // Arkansas
59. Green Bay Packers: Trey Depriest // LB // Alabama
60. New England Patriots: Tre Boston // S // North Carolina
61. Denver Broncos: Calvin Barnett // DT // Oklahoma State
62. Seattle Seahawks: Morgan Moses // OT // Virginia
63. Houston Texans: Calvin Pryor // S // Louisville
64. San Francisco 49ers: Viliami Moala // DT // California
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 10:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fales doesn't have the arm to make Jed's offense work, Hundley makes more sense, I'm impartial on taking a DT in the second when Cb is a bigger need.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 10:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well if we are taking #1 then we go QB 1st LT 2nd IMO. I think Arians could care less who his RB is to be honest
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 11:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not a fan at all. CB isn't really a need. Nix in the 1st and Morris in the 2nd.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 11:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ttitansfan4life wrote:
Not a fan at all. CB isn't really a need. Nix in the 1st and Morris in the 2nd.

I thought that Morris was only a junior for some reason. I would put him somewhere in the first two rounds.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 4:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Really don't see a need at ILB beyond depth. Can't say I know much of Hill.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 7:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Love the Mosley pick.

Swanson not so much. We already have 2 good centers on the roster.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 12:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like Richardson, especially if we pick in that range. I haven't seem much of Hoffman, but I'd love another receiver so that's good with me. If we were to get a TE later, this would be great.
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16. Kansas City Chiefs: Brandon Coleman // WR // Rutgers

I donít like this pick for many reasons. This feels way too early for Coleman. Besides he is a big target and Dwayne Bowe fits that role. KC will want a speedier compliment.

In your scenario, Clinton-Dix, Nix or even one of the OT makes more sense (pending Brendan Albert).

Also, if KC is picking 16, they likely have 8 wins. If they win 8, SF gets KCís R2 as deferred compensation for Alex Smith.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 8:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

picking 3rd in this draft sucks!
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2013 1:11 am    Post subject: Re: Green's Sequel Mock Reply with quote

Did you intentionally leave Jake Matthews out of the first 2 rounds or was that just an accidental omission?

Not that I'm necessarily advocating for him over Lewan - at this point until the OT's at the top of the class shake themselves out a bit more, I'm not tying myself invariably to one or another (though I happen to think Lewan as a pure LOT is being a bit oversold by many because of intangibles when he's not as athletic as folks want to make him out to be - appears less so than Tiny and possibly Cyrus, and I wouldn't be shocked to see James Hurst make a lot of noise in this draft class by the time the draft actually rolls around as Larry Fedora just does a tremendous job developing players and forming great staffs).

In the 2nd for the Chargers, it really is going to come down to how Seastrunk performs this season I think. A lot of people are just going to want to auto-pick a RB for San Diego there and with Ryan Mathews' lack of consistency since he was drafted who can blame them. That said, Tom Telesco has appeared, from limited sample size admittedly, to not be a Bill Polian drafter, despite having learned at the knee of Polian. I'm just not convinced that Seastrunk represents "Best Available at an area of need" which if you look at Telesco's first three rounds this year is certainly the avenue he went - especially with guys like Justin Gilbert, Vinnie Sunseri (less of a need unless both Marcus Gilchrist AND Brandon Taylor bomb at SS this year), Ryan Shazier (assuming he comes into this season at 235+ which isn't unlikely - and performs similarly - which would make you believe he could make it to around 245 lbs and still maintain his athleticism and speed), Trent Murphy (I have trouble seeing him make it out of the first 2 rounds unpicked), or James Gayle (might be more of a 3rd round prospect, but if he blows up this season like I expect him to, he's more likely to go in the 1st than he is to make it out of the 2nd... even in this class). Kareem Martin's also going to make some noise, but I don't expect too many people to be on his jock till he shows he can run the arc more effectively; but if there's an Aldon Smith type prospect in this draft class... it's Martin.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2013 1:27 am    Post subject: Re: Green's Sequel Mock Reply with quote

The LBC wrote:
Did you intentionally leave Jake Matthews out of the first 2 rounds or was that just an accidental omission?

Not that I'm necessarily advocating for him over Lewan - at this point until the OT's at the top of the class shake themselves out a bit more, I'm not tying myself invariably to one or another (though I happen to think Lewan as a pure LOT is being a bit oversold by many because of intangibles when he's not as athletic as folks want to make him out to be - appears less so than Tiny and possibly Cyrus, and I wouldn't be shocked to see James Hurst make a lot of noise in this draft class by the time the draft actually rolls around as Larry Fedora just does a tremendous job developing players and forming great staffs).

In the 2nd for the Chargers, it really is going to come down to how Seastrunk performs this season I think. A lot of people are just going to want to auto-pick a RB for San Diego there and with Ryan Mathews' lack of consistency since he was drafted who can blame them. That said, Tom Telesco has appeared, from limited sample size admittedly, to not be a Bill Polian drafter, despite having learned at the knee of Polian. I'm just not convinced that Seastrunk represents "Best Available at an area of need" which if you look at Telesco's first three rounds this year is certainly the avenue he went - especially with guys like Justin Gilbert, Vinnie Sunseri (less of a need unless both Marcus Gilchrist AND Brandon Taylor bomb at SS this year), Ryan Shazier (assuming he comes into this season at 235+ which isn't unlikely - and performs similarly - which would make you believe he could make it to around 245 lbs and still maintain his athleticism and speed), Trent Murphy (I have trouble seeing him make it out of the first 2 rounds unpicked), or James Gayle (might be more of a 3rd round prospect, but if he blows up this season like I expect him to, he's more likely to go in the 1st than he is to make it out of the 2nd... even in this class). Kareem Martin's also going to make some noise, but I don't expect too many people to be on his jock till he shows he can run the arc more effectively; but if there's an Aldon Smith type prospect in this draft class... it's Martin.


As much as I think Shazier is a great prospect, unless Te'o bombs or Butler leaves, he doesn't really fit in our defense (unless we move to a 4-3 and we can make him SLB, Te'o and Butler MLB/WLB, but I don't see that happening).

I think Tiny Richardson will rocket up and he could be a good option for us but I'm a fan of Lewan, think he'd be a real nice pick.
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Im not sure about Marqise Lee to Bills.. Personally I like Watkins better, but we have Robert Woods (2), Da'Rick Rogers, and Marquise Goodwin (3) all entering 1st years and TJ Graham(3) in 2nd.. That's a lot of high picks invested and with Stevie Johnson under long term contract, there just isn't roster spots available.

We are entering the year with Jerry Hughes and Mark Anderson at OLB Confused , so according to your mock, that pick screams Anthony Barr in terms of value and need

Edit - Or give us one of the OT prospects Laughing
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The Eagles don't need another Jeremy Maclin.
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I know you would like to see the Jets land Barr, but if he backs up his last season with another monster year and shows even a little bit of refinement in his second season at OLB, he won't make it past the Bills. They just loaded up on WRs so Lee won't be a high priority, but they could really use some pieces for their new hybrid defense, and Barr is a pass rushing weapon that could shift around in that OLB corps and be a nightmare.
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