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PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2014 6:31 pm    Post subject: The phone rings : 1st round with 6 trades Reply with quote

1 Houston Texans : T.Bridgewater
They need a young QB to rebuild on, Schaub will be released and Keenum isn't the answer. Bridgewater is not A.Luck but can be a pocket passer with his intangibles and has the leadership to play from day 1.

2 @Tampa Bay Buccaneers : J.Clowney
That move will cost but the reward could be huge for a team facing Brees, Cam and Matt Ice twice a year ; Lovie would have his new Julius Peppers.

3 Jacksonville Jaguars : K.Mack
I think the Jags should target either Bridgewater or Clowney but both are gone in this scenario.The need for a QB is obvious but they also have to put pressure on defense, Mack could steal the show in Indy, wait and see.

4 Cleveland Browns : J.Manziel
After many changes on front office, they're still looking for an identity, Manziel has flaws but clearly is a playmaker on the field and his charismatic character would give a face to that franchise.

5 « « Detroit Lions  : S.Watkins
The Lions trade-up to select the perfect complement for Megatron.
The Lions are close of being a contender with very good players on both offense and defense, i think they could make a move similar to the Falcons' one for Julio Jones.

6 Atlanta Falcons : A.Barr
Athletic pass rusher to help that defense producing sacks and TFLs.

7 @St. Louis Rams : G.Robinson
His versatility and ceiling could make him the #1 OT selected.

8 #Miami Dolphins : Jake Matthews
The Dolphins have lots of holes to fill but plenty of money to do it via free-agency, they could give up picks in order to select the next Joe Thomas.

9 Buffalo Bills : E.Ebron
Athletic pass catching TE who could impact the game helping a young QB to move chains.

10 : « « Oakland Raiders : A.Donald
Think about Eric Fisher last year : In the 1st round bubble before senior bowl week, top 10 pick after the combine. Donald can't be the #1 overall pick but his stock could keep growing fast and the Raiders could really use Dline upgrade.

11 ^^Chicago Bears : D.Dennard
A move that would not cost a lot but would provide divident on the field. Dennard has shutdown potential and the Bears have need there so they could take him before the Giants.

12 New York Giants : J.Gilbert
Corner with size and ball hawk skills, the Giants have plenty of FAs at the position.

13 St Louis Rams : H.Clinton-Dix
A reach for now but his athletism could make him win money at the combine. Him with Jenkins and McDonald would a form a great and young secondary to play behind a great Dline, makes me think about another team.

14 ^^Tennessee Titans : L.Nix
Another reach but if they switched to a 34 Nix is a disruptive nose tackle to clog the middle.

15 §§ New York Jets : M.Evans
They do have to go offense and would be wise to pick before the Ravens.

16 Dallas Cowboys : T.Jernigan
They need a disruptive presence inside and Jernigan has a great motor.

17 Baltimore Ravens : D.Ford
Depending on what they'll do with Suggs. It is important to lock a QB when you find a good one but it also means you'll have to sacrifice some guys. If Ford has as a strong performace in Indianapolis as he had in Mobile he would worth that spot and maybe woulg go higher due to the value of pass rusher in that league.

18 :§§ Pittsbugh Steelers : C.Pryor
Clark is getting old and the smart Steelers often draft for the future, letting players learn with few playing time until they're ready one or two years after. Pryor has plenty of potential athe position.

19 #Minnesota Vikings : D.Carr
Their offense is ready to win now at every position (LT, RB, WR, TE) except QB. their new coach will want his QB and Carr has the strong arm to play for Norv Turner.

20 Arizona Cardinals : T.Lewan
They could use an upgrade at both tackle spots where Sowell, Potter and Massie aren't elite. Lewan isn't yet too but has obvious potential to become a good starter for years.

21 Green Bay Packers : CJ.Mosley
Undersized linebacker but with great football IQ who also has great character which important if you want to play for the Packers.

22 Philadelphia Eagles : T.Murphy
He wasn't very good in Mobile and does not have the kind of athletism to win big in Indy but GMs won't forget about his Stanford seasons, he's as good a football player as Bjoern Werner who were selected in that range last year. Kelly knows him well from his Oregon's days.

23 Kansas City Chiefs : O.Beckham
Receiver with speed to complement Bowe. They have a very good defense so they'll have to go offense.

24 Cincinnati Bengals : K.Ealy
Looks like they won't retain Michael Johnson, Hunt drafted last year isn't a pass rush specialist.

25 San Diego Chargers : M.Roberson
A corner with great coverage skills to defend the Broncos' aerial offense.

26 Cleveland Browns : Jordan Matthews
Manziel-Matthews-Gordon-Cameron, the offense would look good especially if they resign Mack, take a great guard at the top of round 2 and add a RB (in the 3rd or through free-agency).

27 New Orleans Saints : K.Fuller
I remember his game versus Alabama and Cooper, sure some GMs will.

28 Carolina Panthers : M.Lee
Athletic wideout to learn and then replace Steve Smith in the near future.

29 % Oakland Raiders : B.Bortles
With another 2nd round pick acquired earlier in that mock, the Raiders trade their own and a 2015 mid-round pick to select a young QB to work with Greg olson.

30 San Francisco 49ers : K.Benjamin
Great size with some speed, a project with tons of upside but not ready yet. With lots of picks they can gamble on potential.

31 Denver Broncos : Z.Martin
Could replace Beadles at guard and give them an insurance in case of another Clady's injury.

32 Seattle Seahawks : C.Kouandjo
Giacomini is free-agent and with a need to save money (think about Sherman, Thomas next year, Bennett and Tate this year) they could let him go and replace him through the draft.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2014 6:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not sure Fuller's worth the pick, but the position is good.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2014 6:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

FLOODx wrote:
Not sure Fuller's worth the pick, but the position is good.
As wrote i liked him in that game (didn't other Va Tech games), he has nice size, i'll check his performance at the combine but for now i prefer him to undersized Verrett or any CB available in that mock. Thanks for feedback.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2014 7:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Clowney and Teddy gone by #3 overall is my worst nightmare for the draft. Mack is a really good pick in my opinion should that happen.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2014 7:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What would we give up for Clowney
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2014 7:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'd be happy with that for the Vikings, they'd get another second out of it, and probably a 3rd next year, plus a later round pick this year. And that's the range I'd want to get Carr in.
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Not to bad with who fell to us overall. Really wish the Falcons would have been a trade down guy in that scenario as Barr just doesn't do it for me for our scheme and his lack of versatility coming out.

I'll even say i might be more for Robinson as a RG at 6 than Barr but thats just me.

If the Raiders took a QB or Watkins there then i would be all for doing that trade down to get Donald at 10 and picking up a 3rd round pick.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2014 8:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good Bengals pick. If bortles is available at 24 it would be hard for us to pass on him
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2014 9:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

that would be great had Minnesota taken Bortles I like him more than carr, this draft is good though
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I don't see how Cleveland is a mess. It is widely believed that the NFL set Banner up with the new owner Haslam. All Banner did was hire a yes man, and trade for Bess. He did get the best of the trade with Indy but he also traded with the Steelers. We got an up and coming GM already installed and he already hired a very highly touted assistant from KC. I would say Cleveland is in better hands now than before. One of this regimes downfalls was last years and this years coaching search failures. I think Haslam realized having Banner was hurting their chances at hiring people. How many coaches turned them down and didn't want to be interviewed? The draft was good though.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2014 10:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

JagsFanInNY wrote:
Clowney and Teddy gone by #3 overall is my worst nightmare for the draft.
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FalconFan13 wrote:
Not to bad with who fell to us overall. Really wish the Falcons would have been a trade down guy in that scenario as Barr just doesn't do it for me for our scheme and his lack of versatility coming out.

I'll even say i might be more for Robinson as a RG at 6 than Barr but thats just me.

If the Raiders took a QB or Watkins there then i would be all for doing that trade down to get Donald at 10 and picking up a 3rd round pick.
I was back and forth with Robinson or Barr.
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FalconFan13 wrote:
Not to bad with who fell to us overall. Really wish the Falcons would have been a trade down guy in that scenario as Barr just doesn't do it for me for our scheme and his lack of versatility coming out.

I'll even say i might be more for Robinson as a RG at 6 than Barr but thats just me.

If the Raiders took a QB or Watkins there then i would be all for doing that trade down to get Donald at 10 and picking up a 3rd round pick.
I was back and forth with Robinson or Barr. thanks for feedback
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sorry for multiple

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FalconFan13 wrote:
Not to bad with who fell to us overall. Really wish the Falcons would have been a trade down guy in that scenario as Barr just doesn't do it for me for our scheme and his lack of versatility coming out.

I'll even say i might be more for Robinson as a RG at 6 than Barr but thats just me.

If the Raiders took a QB or Watkins there then i would be all for doing that trade down to get Donald at 10 and picking up a 3rd round pick.
I was back and forth with Robinson or Barr. thanks for feedback
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