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mr fluffles


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 4:02 pm    Post subject: EARLY MOCK -3 Rounds with Comments in Round 1 Reply with quote

Hey guys, I put this together for fun and to get a feel on team needs and direction. Surely lots will change from now until May.

Notable Returnees: Brett Hundley, Blake Bortles, Sean Mannion

ROUND ONE

1. Jacksonville Jaguars: Teddy Bridgewater QB

The Jaguars desperately need a franchise signal caller to rejuvenate this franchise. Bridgewater has the poise, leadership ability and sheer talent to turn this franchise around.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jadeveon Clowney DE

The Buccaneers might be tempted to draft a QB here, but with Glennon progressing and a player of Clowney’s talent available, they decide to select the freakish defensive end.

3. Minnesota Vikings: Marcus Mariota QB

The Vikings do not have the QB of their future on their roster. They do not pass up a chance to add a dynamic player like Marioti to the fold.

4. New York Giants: Jake Matthews OT

The Giants need major help on both their offensive and defensive lines. They take BPA here and possibly the safest prospect in the draft.

5. Oakland Raiders: Anthony Barr DE/OLB

Oakland is a young rebuilding team who hopes they’ve found a QB to build around. To take the next step, they need the pass rushing element all elite teams have. Barr is another fairly safe prospect who should add another dimension to the Raiders defense.

6. Pittsburgh Steelers: Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan

The Steelers clearly need an upgrade over Levi Brown and Mike Adams at left tackle. They would be ecstatic to find either Matthews or Lewan available at pick #6.

7. St. Louis Rams: Lucas Nix DT

The Rams continue to solidify their young defensive line. Nix should play nose tackle beside Michael Brockers giving the Rams a formidable inside presence for many years.

8. Houston Texans: Tajh Boyd, QB

The Texans are ready to move on from Matt Shaub. Tajh Boyd is a dynamic playmaker who fits with the new elk of QB’s gaining popularity in today’s NFL.


9. St. Louis Rams (via Washington): Ha Ha Clinton-Dix S

The Rams could stand to upgrade both safety positions. Clinton-Dix is a well-rounded safety who should start from day one.

10. Cleveland Browns: Bryce Petty, QB

The worse kept secret in the NFL is that Cleveland is looking to draft a QB. Petty is making a name for himself with his play this year; if he declares, he is a first round talent.

11. Buffalo Bills: Cyrus Kouandijo OT

The Bills have a void at RT and protecting their young QB should be a high priority.

12. Arizona Cardinals: Zach Mettenberger, QB

It is increasingly clear that Carson Palmer’s starter calibre days are behind him. Mettenberger is having a great season and has the arm strength Bruce Arians covets in his vertical passing game.

13. Atlanta Falcons: Antonio Richardson OT

The Falcons have had turmoil at both of their tackle positions. Richardson is a massive human being who, despite his recent struggles, will upgrade this unit from day one.

14. Tennessee Titans: C.J. Mosley, LB

The Titans can no longer rely on Colin McCarthy or Moise Fokou to stay healthy. They need a leader in the middle of their defense. Mosley represents fair value here.

15. Baltimore Ravens: Sammy Watkins, WR

The Ravens historically manage to get good value out of their early draft picks, and this year is no different. Watkins is a top ten talent who falls a little due to the run on QBs and OTs.

16. Philadelphia Eagles: Bradley Roby, CB

Roby has had his struggles but his talent is obvious. When the dust settles, he will be the first cornerback drafted. CB is a major need in Philadelphia.

17. Miami Dolphins: Cameron Erving OT

The Dolphins have a major need at tackle and should be committed to protecting their young QB. Erving is the best available tackle at this stage in the draft.

18. Chicago Bears: Rashede Hageman, DT

The Bears had had major struggles stopping the run this year, mainly due to injuries. Hageman fits what the Bears do schematically and he should provide them with depth and versatility along the DL.

19. New York Jets: Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE

The Jets appear to have found their QB of the future. It’s now time to find him some weapons. TE is a particular position of weakness on the team.

20. Carolina Panthers: Mike Evans WR

The Panthers loaded up on their front 7 in previous drafts; it’s now time to find Cam Newton a young weapon. Evans is a steal at #20.

21. San Diego Chargers: Khalil Mack, OLB

The Chargers need to find a young pass rusher. Ingram is still an anomaly at this point.

22. Detroit Lions: Marqise Lee WR

The Lions have been searching for a second receiver for a long time. Lee is a perfect compliment to Calvin Johnson.

23. New England Patriots: Ryan Shazier, OLB

Shazier is a versatile playmaker who fits the mold of a New England Patriot. Expect the Patriots to use him in many different positions and formations at the linebacker position.

24. Dallas Cowboys: Anthony Johnson, DT

The Cowboys have an obvious void at defensive tackle. Johnson is a riser with immense potential if he stays focused.

25. Cincinnati Bengals: Ifo Ekpre-Olomu CB,

The Bengals do not have many glaring needs. However, injuries and age has brought some uncertainty to the secondary. Ekpre-Olomu is also great value here.

26. Green Bay Packers: Eric Ebron TE

The Packers need to find a replacement for Jermichael Finley and need to continue to ensure Aaron Rodgers has talented weapons at his disposal.

27. San Francisco 49ers: Kyle Van Noy, OLB

The 49er’s Aldon Smith’s future is uncertain. The 49ers will value Van Noy’s disruptive pass rushing skills and coverage abilities at the linebacker position.

28. Kansas City Chiefs: Daniel McCullers, DE

The Cheifs must prepare for the loss of Tyson Jackson. McCullers gives the Chiefs a massive defensive front to free up their dangerous pass rushing LBs.

29. Cleveland Browns (via Indianapolis): Jason Varrett, CB

The Browns need an upgrade at cornerback opposite Joe Haden. Varrett has had an exceptional college career and is the top ranked senior cornerback.

30. New Orleans Saints : Vic Beasley, DE/OLB

Beasley is having a potentially record breaking season. He translates to outside linebacker in the Saints aggressive defensive system.

31. Seattle Seahawks : Cyril Richardson OG, Baylor –

The Seahawks offensive line has been decimated by injury and inconsistency. Richardson has the movement skills to excel at LG in their scheme.

32. Denver Broncos: Trent Murphy, DE/OLB

Von Miller is a major suspension risk and Shaun Phillips won’t play at this level forever. The Broncos need to solidify their pass rushing depth.

Round 2:

33. Jacksonville Jaguars – Jackson Jeffcoat, DE/OLB

34. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jace Amaro TE

35. Minnesota Vikings – Michael Sam, DE

36. New York Giants – Lache Seastrunk RB

37. Oakland Raiders – Gabe Jackson, OG

38. Pittsburgh Steelers – A.J. Johnson, LB

39. St. Louis Rams - Bishop Sankey, RB

40. Houston Texans – Christian Jones, LB

41.– Washington Redskins – James Hurst, OT

42. Cleveland Browns – Ka’Deem Carey, RB

43. Buffalo Bills – David Yankey, OG

44. Arizona Cardinals – La’El Collins, OT

45. Atlanta Falcons – Adrian Hubbard, DE/OLB

46. Tennessee Titans – De’Anthony Thomas, RB

47. Baltimore Ravens – Travis Swanson, OC/OG

48. Philadelphia Eagles – Johnny Manziel, QB

49. Miami Dolphins – Dominique Easley, DT

50. Chicago Bears – Aaron Colvin, CB

51. New York Jets – Lamarcus Joyner, FS

52. Carolina Panthers – Louchiez Purifoy CB,

53. San Diego Chargers – Zack Martin, OT

54. Detroit Lions – Corey Robinson, OT

55. New England Patriots – Jordan Matthews, WR

56. Cincinnati Bengals – Craig Loston, SS

57. Dallas Cowboys - Tre Boston, FS

58. Green Bay Packers –Deone Buchanan, S

59. San Francisco 49ers – Odell Beckham, WR

60. San Francisco 49ers (From Kansas) - Daquan Jones, DT/NT

61. Indianapolis Colts –Allen Robinson, WR

62. New Orleans Saints- Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB

63. Seattle Seahawks – Brandon Coleman, WR

64. Denver Broncos – Marcus Robertson, CB


Round 3 –

65. Jacksonville Jaguars: Will Sutton, DT

66. New York Jets (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers): Paul Richardson, WR

67. Minnesota Vikings: Anthony Steen, OG

68. New York Giants: Ed Stinson, DE/DT

69. Oakland Raiders: A.J. McCarron, QB

70. Cleveland Browns (from Pittsburgh Steelers): Donte Moncrief, WR

71. St. Louis Rams: Wayne Lyons, CB

72. Houston Texans: Morgan Breslin, OLB

73. Washington: Justin Gilbert, CB

74. Cleveland Browns: Taylor Hart, DE

75. Buffalo Bills: Darqueze Dennard, CB

76. Arizona Cardinals: Xavier Grimble, TE

77. Atlanta Falcons: C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE

78. San Francisco 49ers (from Tennessee Titans): Kyle Fuller, CB

79. Baltimore Ravens: Jarvis Landry, WR

80. Philadelphia Eagles: Jared Abbrederis, WR

81. Miami Dolphins: Melvin Gordon, RB

82. Chicago Bears: Derek Carr, QB

83. New York Jets: Chris Smith, OLB

84. Carolina Panthers: Morgan Moses, OT

85. San Diego Chargers: Charles Sims, RB

86. Detroit Lions: Bennett Jackson, CB

87. New England Patriots: Deandre Coleman, DT

88. Dallas Cowboys: Tre Jackson, OG

89. Cincinnati Bengals: Kareem Martin, DE

90. Green Bay Packers: Shayne Skov, LB

91. San Francisco 49ers: Hroniss Grasu, OC

92. Kansas City Chiefs: Brandin Cooks, WR

93. Indianapolis: Dakota Dozier, OL

94. New Orleans Saints : Ahmad Dixon, SS

95. Minnesota Vikings (from Seattle Seahawks): Antone Exum, CB

96. Denver Broncos: Dion Bailey, S


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 4:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The eagles want big corners, roby isn't big. Not sure they will have much interest.


Johnny manziel is terrible. maybe as an UDFA but even then I am eh on him.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 4:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dont think the Raiders will pick that high, but if we do, Barr is a pick that I can't argue. Maybe not the best fit, but he's a damn good player and a difference makers.

I love Gabe Jackson in the 2nd round. Would immensely improve our o-line. Watching Lucas Nix at LG is brutal.

I hate our 3rd pick AJ McCarron. I don't think he'll be anything good at the next level. I would prefer you go with BPA for us at either WR, RB, or DE.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 4:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

THere are three good Vikings picks, but WR is not one of them, they desperately need an OG or LB, so either of those make much more sense with their first third round pick.
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Bone_Collector wrote:
Dont think the Raiders will pick that high, but if we do, Barr is a pick that I can't argue. Maybe not the best fit, but he's a damn good player and a difference makers.

I love Gabe Jackson in the 2nd round. Would immensely improve our o-line. Watching Lucas Nix at LG is brutal.

I hate our 3rd pick AJ McCarron. I don't think he'll be anything good at the next level. I would prefer you go with BPA for us at either WR, RB, or DE.


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Terrible, awful. Mettenberger is Palmer 2.0, we don't want that Collins he doesn't care, he has no drive for the game and Lyerla is gonna be in jail for a while
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 4:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Amazing Bears draft
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I would prefer Mike Evans in the first for the Jets.

I would also prefer to make a selection with our first third round pick. Wink
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Missing the pick at 70 for Cleveland...and a DE in the 3rd round is terrible. We have way more needs than just depth.
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RT and G are huge needs for the Rams. That said both your 1st rounders would help the defense a lot. The second round RB is a waste pick. Hurst, Yankey and Collins picked right Sankey would all be preferable. CB in the 3rd is good but there are again a few OT and G taken after him that are a bigger need.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 8:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Love Sam, hate both the other guys you've got us drafting.
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Give MIN Gabe Jackson in Round 2
Spend a 1st on the QBOTF and protect him with the 2nd + help AP as well
Defense round 3A & 3B (LB, CB, NT)
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Love the first round, would rather go Sutton or Easley with the second, and like the third enough.
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Solid Panthers draft.
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Im good with the Bears picks here..
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