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PostPosted: Fri Oct 11, 2013 8:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Can't see Carolina double dipping receivers. Give us a LT in the 1st and this is a solid draft.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 15, 2013 3:46 pm    Post subject: Re: Sabotage's 3 Round Mock Reply with quote

Its A Sabotage wrote:
Round 1
1. Jacksonville (0-5) // Teddy Bridgewater, QB Louisville
2. Tampa Bay (0-5) // Brett Hundley, QB UCLA
3. New York Giants (0-5) // Jadeveon Clowney, DE South Carolina
4. Pittsburgh (0-5) // Jake Matthews, OT Texas A&M
5. Atlanta (1-4) // Anthony Barr, DE/OLB UCLA
6. St. Louis - from Washington (1-3) // CJ Mosley, OLB Alabama
7. Minnesota (1-3) // Marcus Mariota, QB Oregon
8. Carolina (1-3) // Brandon Coleman, WR Rutgers
9. Buffalo (2-3) // Bradley Roby, CB Ohio State
10. St. Louis (2-3) // HaHa Clinton-Dix, S Alabama
11. Philadelphia (2-3) // Louis Nix, DT Notre Dame
12. Oakland (2-3) // Sammy Watkins, WR Clemson
13. San Diego (2-3) // Antonio Richardson, OT Tennessee
14. Houston (2-3) // Brett Smith, QB Wyoming
15. Green Bay (2-2) // Eric Ebron, TE North Carolina
16. Cleveland (3-2) // Blake Bortles, QB Central Florida
17. Tennessee (3-2) // Ra’Shede Hageman, DT Minnesota
18. Arizona (3-2) // Zach Mettenberger, QB Louisiana State University
19. New York Jets (3-2) // Khalil Mack, OLB Buffalo
20. Miami* (3-2) // Taylor Lewan. OT Michigan
21. Dallas* (2-3) // Will Sutton, DT Arizona State
22. Chicago (3-2) // Kyle Fuller, CB Virginia Tech
23. Cincinnati* (3-2) // Marcus Roberson, CB Florida
24. Detroit* (3-2) // Jason Verrett, CB Texas Christian
25. Baltimore* (3-2) // Mike Evans, TE Texas A&M
26. San Francisco* (3-2) // Paul Richardson, WR Colorado
27. Cleveland - from Indianapolis* (4-1) // Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB Oregon
28. New England* (4-1) // Ryan Carrethers, DT Arkansas State
29. Seattle* (4-1) // Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE Washington
30. Kansas City* (5-0) // JaWuan James, OT Tennessee
31. New Orleans* (5-0) // Kyle Van Noy, OLB Brigham Young
32. Denver* (5-0) // Aaron Lynch, DE South Florida

Round 2
1. Jacksonville (0-5) // Vic Beasley, LEO Clemson
2. Tampa Bay (0-5) // Cameron Erving, OT Florida State
3. New York Giants (0-5) // Ryan Shazier, OLB Ohio State
4. Pittsburgh (0-5) // Stephon Tuitt, DE Notre Dame
5. Atlanta (1-4) // Jace Amaro, TE Texas Tech
6. Washington (1-3) // Antone Exum, CB Virginia Tech
7. Minnesota (1-3) // Christian Jones, OLB/DE Florida State
8. Carolina (1-3) // Jordan Matthews, WR Vanderbilt
9. Buffalo (2-3) // C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE Iowa
10. St. Louis (2-3) // Cyrus Kouandjio, OT Alabama
11. Philadelphia (2-3) // Craig Loston, S Louisiana State University
12. Oakland (2-3) // Bishop Sankey, RB Washington
13. San Diego (2-3) // Carl Bradford, OLB Arizona State
14. Houston (2-3) // Cyril Richardson, OG Baylor
15. Green Bay (2-2) // Yawin Smallwood, ILB Connecticut
16. Cleveland (3-2) // Melvin Gordon, RB Wisconsin
17. Tennessee (3-2) // Stephen Morris, QB Miami [FL]
18. Arizona (3-2) // Morgan Breslin, OLB Southern California
19. New York Jets (3-2) // Marqise Lee, WR Southern California
20. Miami* (3-2) // Justin Gilbert, CB Oklahoma State
21. Dallas* (2-3) // Louchiez Purifoy, CB Florida
22. Chicago (3-2) // Timmy Jernigan, DT Florida State
23. Cincinnati* (3-2) // Chris Smith, DE Arkansas
24. Detroit* (3-2) // Tyler Larsen, C Utah State
25. Baltimore* (3-2) // Kasen Williams, WR Washington
26. San Francisco* (3-2) // Trent Murphy, DE Stanford
27. Indianapolis* (4-1) // Dominique Easley, DE Florida
28. New England* (4-1) // Aaron Colvin, CB Oklahoma
29. Seattle* (4-1) // Seantrel Henderson, OT Miami [FL]
30. San Francisco - from Kansas City* (5-0) // Allen Robinson, WR Penn State
31. New Orleans* (5-0) // Deandre Coleman, DE California
32. Denver* (5-0) // Anthony Johnson, DT Louisiana State University

Round 3
1. Jacksonville (0-5) // Telvin Smith, OLB Florida State
2. New York Jets - from Tampa Bay (0-5) // Xavier Grimble, TE Southern California
3. New York Giants (0-5) // Darqueze Dennard, CB Michigan State
4. Cleveland - from Pittsburgh (0-5) // Taylor Hart, DE Oregon
5. Atlanta (1-4) // James Hurst, OT North Carolina
6. Washington (1-3) // Andrew Jackson, ILB Western Kentucky
7. Minnesota (1-3) // Anthony Steen, OG Alabama
8. Carolina (1-3) // Deion Belue, CB Alabama
9. Buffalo (2-3) // Jackson Jeffcoat, DE Texas
10. St. Louis (2-3) // Derek Carr, QB Fresno State
11. Philadelphia (2-3) // Tajh Boyd, QB Clemson
12. Oakland (2-3) // Demarcus Lawrence, DE Boise State
13. San Diego (2-3) // Arthur Lynch, TE Georgia
14. Houston (2-3) // Taylor Hart, DE Oregon
15. Green Bay (2-2) // Tre Boston, S North Carolina
16. Cleveland (3-2) // Ahmad Johnson, S Baylor
17. San Francisco - from Tennessee (3-2) // Daniel McCullers, DT Tennessee
18. Arizona (3-2) // La’el Collins, OT UCLA
19. New York Jets (3-2) // Dion Bailey, S Southern California
20. Miami* (3-2) // Khyri Thornton, DT Southern Mississippi
21. Dallas* (2-3) // Zack Martin, OG Notre Dame
22. Chicago (3-2) // Scott Crichton, DE Oregon State
23. Cincinnati* (3-2) // Bryan Stork, C Florida State
24. Detroit* (3-2) // Josh Huff, WR Oregon
25. Baltimore* (3-2) // Hroniss Grasu, C Oregon
26. San Francisco* (3-2) // David Fales, QB San Jose State
27. Indianapolis* (4-1) // Travis Swanson, C Arkansas
28. New England* (4-1) // Colt Lylerla, TE Oregon
29. Minnesota - from Seattle* (4-1) // DeVante Parker, WR Louisville
30. Kansas City* (5-0) // Devin Street, WR Pittsburgh
31. New Orleans* (5-0) // TY Zimmerman, S Kansas State
32. Denver* (5-0) // David Yankey, OT/G Stanford


Based on your positioning, I would prefer to see:

1(24) Detroit* (3-2) // Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M
2(24) Detroit* (3-2) // Seantrel Henderson, OT, Miami
3(24) Detroit* (3-2) // Travis Swanson, C, Arkansas

or

1(24) Detroit* (3-2) // Austin Sefarian-Jenkins, TE, Washington
2(24) Detroit* (3-2) // Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State
3(24) Detroit* (3-2) // Travis Swanson, C, Arkansas

Evans or Robinson would provide us with a legit #2 opposite Calvin; ASJ would be an effective weapon to pair with Calvin, Bush, #2 WR and Fauria. Henderson could come in and compete for the RT position. Swanson slides in to replce Raiola. Under Option A we upgrade our #2 WR and round out a pretty solid O-Line that can protect Stafford for 5-10 years. Option B, a dynamic TE and a #2 WR to compliment Calvin/Bush with Raiola's replacement who can play for the next 10 years. We just took Slay in the 2nd last year and have drafted a few other CB's with limited success the last few years. If we are to address CB#2, my feeling is that we will do it through FA.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 15, 2013 11:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I prefer Matthews as the wide receiver in the first for the 49ers if he's still going to be available. I think he'd be a great replacement for Boldin and he's totally a draft crush of mine, but I can the position is definitely one of need, so if the niners like Richardson more, he could easily be the pick. I also don't know if they'd pass on Lee if he fell that far.

I doubt that the niners go d-line 2 times and wr 2 times and ignore the cornerback position. Nnamdi, Brock, and Brown are all free agents. Cox is a restricted free agent. Rogers is going to be a cap casualty. They're going to need a lot of help there, especially since they haven't been talking to Brown about an extension yet.

I do really like Fales in the third though. He's got talent, and I think it's imperative getting a quarterback fairly early given Kaep will be a free agent after next year and it's entirely possible that he's not going to be the quarterback they thought he was going to be. It's time to start getting a plan B in place.
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