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AntoinCD
10-29-2011, 11:20 AM
***1. Cleveland Browns from St Louis Rams select Andrew Luck, QB Stanford

Should the Rams end up with the first overall pick they will basically offer it up to the highest bidder. The Andrew Luck hype is getting a little out of control already, however many people in the business believe it will take at least three first round picks to get this pick from St Louis. The Browns still aren’t sure what they have in Colt McCoy and if the chance to get Luck arises I believe they will jump at it. Quietly Cleveland has a very good defense, but their offense needs more of a spark. In this projection they give up their two 2012 first round picks, a 2012 third round pick and their 2013 first round pick.

2. Miami Dolphins select Landry Jones, QB Oklahoma

Simple equations here. Poor head coaching=new coaching staff. Poor QB play=new QB. New coaching staff=new QB. The Dolphins will clearly be looking for both a new head coach and a new signal caller next year. This choice probably comes down to Jones and Barkley, although Robert Griffen III or Ryan Tannenhill could both make legitimate cases to be the second QB taken with a good off season. Here I think the Phins go with Jones.

3. Indianapolis Colts select Matt Kalil, OT USC

I have gone back and forth on this pick in previous mocks. I had Claiborne going to the Colts third overall a month ago and also think they could go Coples at DE, Barkley at QB or Blackmon at WR. Realistically this season has shown the Colts need a lot of help. I wasn’t big on the idea of the Colts drafting another OT this year since they drafted Castonzo in the first last year and Ijalana to possibly play RT in the second. However an offensive line featuring Kalil at LT, Castonzo at RT and Ijalana at RG looks a lot better than what they have now. I think the Manning injury may finally force the Colts to change how they go about their business in the draft.

4. Seattle Seahawks select Matt Barkley, QB USC

Obvious connection here with the fact that Carroll recruited Barkley to play at USC. However Carroll has shown in the past that he doesn’t necessarily put a lot of weight into that when evaluating these guys as pro prospects. However I think this will be when Carroll drafts a USC guy. The disaster of the Tavaris Jackson pick up is a tiny mistake in comparison to the Charlie Whitehurst trade. Pretty simply put, neither of these guys will be starting at QB for Seattle next year. Barkley has some issues, in regards to his size, arm strength and the fact he throws too many INTs. However I feel some of those are overblown and Carroll will see him for the leader he is and bring him to Seattle.

5. Denver Broncos select Morris Claiborne, CB LSU

The Broncos could really use offensive playmakers, regardless of whether or not they go forward with Tim Tebow. Trent Richardson would be very tempting, as would Justin Blackmon. However I think the Broncos will look to keep improving their defense early in the draft. They found a stud in the top 5 last year in Von Miller in their front seven, now they look for a great player on the back end to take over from Champ Bailey. Claiborne has absolutely shot up draft boards this year and is now almost certainly a top 10 pick at the least.

6. Arizona Cardinals select Jonathan Martin, OT Stanford

The Cardinals currently have a QB who they paid a kings ransom for. A first round RB. Consistently one of the top two WRs in the NFL and a number of other weapons. However they are still failing to be explosive on a consistent basis. This is almost solely down to the horrible offensive line play. Jonathan Martin is not far behind Matt Kalil in terms of as a prospect and should be a significant upgrade at LT for Arizona.

7. St Louis Rams from Cleveland Browns select Justin Blackmon, WR Oklahoma State

Ideally the Rams would have had a shot at either Kalil or Martin with this pick because Sam Bradford will simply not survive unless he is protected better. However Blackmon is a superb consolation prize. The Rams brought in Brandon Lloyd at the trade deadline, however they could still use at least one more weapon. Blackmon is absolutely frightening in the open field and should provide a great threat opposite Lloyd.

8. Carolina Panthers select Vontaze Burfict, LB Arizona State

Cam Newton has given the Panthers a real boost of life this season and has more than justified their decision to draft him first overall. On defense they are getting great play from their DEs however they could use a real upgrade at DT. However unless they want to reach on someone like Dontari Poe or Jerel Worthy then they will have to wait until later. Jon Beason is one of the top 43 LBs in the NFL when healthy, however he has struggled to stay on the field the last few seasons. Burfict is extremely volatile in his play and can be exploited, however with good coaching and experience he could be the next great LB in the NFL. On the plus side Burfict can play both MLB and SLB while Beason can play MLB or WLB.

9. Minnesota Vikings select Michael Floyd, WR Notre Dame

When Brett Favre was playing well a few years ago the Vikings had an extremely potent offense. Their offensive line was blowing people away in the run game, Sydney Rice was breaking out and Adrian Peterson was being the horse that he is. Now the offensive line is well below average, Rice is gone and the less said about Favre the better. The only thing that remains is Peterson, who despite his talent and production can not do it by himself. This choice comes down to Michael Floyd and Alshon Jeffrey since both OTs are gone. Jeffrey was billed as an all world prospect coming into this season, however I feel he will struggle in the pre draft part of the season. Floyd has some character concerns, however he has stud potential and should offer new QB Christian Ponder a great outside weapon.

10. Jacksonville Jaguars select Melvin Ingram, DE South Carolina

Jacksonville are a tough team to figure out. Year after year it seems as though Del Rio is on the hot seat and the team is just going through the motions. Then they pull off a game where they hold one of the top teams in the NFL to less than ten points. The Jags could use an upgrade at WR, CB, safety, ILB and at DE. Two highly touted prospects are available at those positions. Alshon Jeffrey at WR and Quentin Coples at DE. However as mentioned above Jeffrey will struggle through the off season and will probably draw unfavourable comparisons to Mike Williams, not even mentioning the fact that he is a Steve Spurrier WR and there is a certain stigma attached to that. Quentin Coples at times looks like he could be a dominant 43 DE in the NFL and at other times looks as though he should be a mid rounder. The talent and physical attributes are unquestioned, however his motor is very hot and cold. Gene Smith is one GM who values work ethic and motor over most else. Melvin Ingram’s stock has sky rocketed this season and he offers a lot of versatility. The Jaguars made a huge pick two years ago with Tyson Alualu, now they take Ingram in the top 10 this year.

11. Philadelphia Eagles select Manti Te’o, LB Notre Dame

The Eagles made a huge splash in free agency in the off season to get themselves over the hump in the NFC. However so far it simply hasn’t worked. Offensively they are ridiculously explosive and have 3 or 4 guys who could go the distance with any touch. Their front four on defense is very good and in the secondary they have as much talent as any other team. Their LBs? Well, there may well be college teams with better LB corps than them. Manti Te’o is a tackling machine and should be a massive upgrade at any LB position for Philadelphia.

12. Washington Redskins select Robert Griffen III, QB Baylor

The Redskins are the x factor team in the first round of the NFL draft this year. With the top 3 QBs off the board it will be interesting to see where Washington go. RG3 and Ryan Tannenhill could be top 10 picks, or they could be second rounders. The Redskins are the team who will decide this. Undoubtedly the biggest need in Washington is QB. I think Shanahan will fall in love with the upside of Griffen more so than Tannenhill and will bring him to Washington. It also helps that RG3 is a tremendous fit in this offense.

13. Tennessee Titans select Alshon Jeffrey, WR south Carolina

Before the season Jeffrey was a consensus top 3 pick and a player viewed on the same level as AJ Green and Julio Jones. Not that his play has necessarily been poor this season, but he will fall in the draft due to some other concerns which were glossed over by many in the Summer. Chances are Jeffrey will be a 4.6 guy at the combine and he will probably fail the eye test. This guy looks fat for a professional athlete. Now if he shows up with a sculpted physique and runs 4.5 or better then he will probably be a top ten pick, however these concerns added in with the fact he plays under Steve Spurrier who he has a history of producing bust WRs in the NFL will cause him to drop slightly. Tennessee however don’t have major needs anywhere really. Though, with Kenny Britt likely to do something stupid to get himself suspended, it would be smart to get a big target at WR for new QB Jake Locker. Jeffrey in the NFL could be like the bad Mike Williams in Detroit, or he could be on the level of Andre Johnson. The Titans are hoping he will be the latter. If I had to guess I would say he will be more like Marques Colston which would still make this a good pick.

14. Kansas City Chiefs select Trent Richardson, RB Alabama

The Chiefs have been significantly hurt with injuries this year, however they have started to be more competitive in the last few weeks. A lot of people think the Chiefs should move on from the Matt Cassell era in KC and take a QB. With 4 QBs off the board already I would be shocked if Scott Pioli went for Tannehill here. Vontaze Burfict or Manti Te’o would be great players next to Derrick Johnson and could upgrade the Chiefs defense. There really isn’t any 34 OLB guys worthy of a pick here, so Pioli does something which was preached in New England when he was there. Value! Jamal Charles is probably the most electrifying RB in the NFL but he will be coming back from a knee injury and Thomas Jones doesn’t have much left. Trent Richardson could legitimately go top 5 in the draft which is almost unheard of. Getting him at 14 is a huge gift for Kansas City.

15. Dallas Cowboys select Dre Kirkpatrick, CB Alabama

The Cowboys, like the Eagles, have the talent to rival anyone in the league. However, despite what Dez Bryant says they are not “unbeatable”. The Cowboys have a tough choice here and both would be great selections. David DeCastro would be a major upgrade at OG for Dallas and would help open holes for either Felix Jones or Demarco Murray. In saying that, Dre Kirkpatrick fits what Dallas want to do in the secondary perfectly. Terrence Newman doesn’t have a lot left and Mike Jenkins is hot and cold while Orlando Scandrick is better suited for the slot. Adding Kirkpatrick to the secondary while their front seven wreaks havoc could help Dallas get back into contention in the NFC…until Tony Romo throws another 4th quarter INT.

16. Cincinnati Bengals from Oakland Raiders select David DeCastro, OG Stanford

The Bengals look to have struck gold with their first two picks in the 2011 NFL draft. Andy Dalton to AJ Green has a nice ring to it. Defensively they are very good. They have a lot of talent across the board and have a defensive line rotation that most teams would kill for. On offense though, despite the emergence of Dalton and Green the Bengals are built to win by running the football. However their interior offensive line is well below average. DeCastro is one of the top OG prospects in the last number of years. He helped pave the way for a ridiculous 446 yards rushing by Stanford against Washington and he completely handled potential first round Alameda Ta’amu often one on one.

17. New York Jets select Cordy Glenn, OG Georgia

The Jets have a few areas of need going into the draft including OLB and WR. They would have loved if either Michael Floyd or Alshon Jeffrey were still available to play opposite Santonio Holmes. At OLB I think they will be excited to see what Rex Ryan can get out of Aaron Maybin. However; arguably their biggest need is along the offensive line. Both D’Brichashaw Ferguson and Nick Mangold are all pro type players, but after that they have serious holes. Cordy Glenn has played LT this year for Georgia but his best position in the NFL will probably be LG. Matt Slausen is pretty horrible despite playing between the two guys named above. Adding Glenn to the mix should really upgrade the left hand side of their offensive line.

18. St Louis Rams from Cleveland Browns through Atlanta Falcons select Riley Reiff, OT Iowa

If the Rams come out of the draft with an OT to protect Sam Bradford and an elite weapon to throw to they can be happy. Throw in the fact they can then use their second and two third round picks to upgrade their defense and this could be the turnaround St Louis needed. Riley Reiff doesn’t have the upside of either Matt Kalil or Jonathan Martin but he is a solid LT who will upgrade both Roger Saffold and Jason Smith.

***19. New York Giants from Cincinnati Bengals select Luke Keuchly, LB Boston College

The Giants jump up three spots to get ahead of Tampa Bay to select Luke Keuchly. There couldn’t be a better fit for both player and team. Keuchly perfectly fits the Giants defensive style and Tom Coughlin has the Boston College connection. The Giants give up a fourth round pick to move up here.

20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Zach Brown, OLB UNC

The Bucs would have loved to have Luke Keuchly fall to them to play MLB. However they go back to the LB position here and select Zach Brown to play OLB for them. At this point they may consider Janoris Jenkins but I think they may be reluctant to take another potential headcase at the CB after Aqib Talib.

21. Houston Texans select Ryan Broyles, WR Oklahoma

A lot of people believe the Texans could take a big run stuffing NT to play in the middle of their 34 defense. However Wade Phillips’ scheme doesn’t need that big bodied player in there. They would probably be more likely to take aplayer like Jerel Worthy to play a similar role to Jay Ratliff in Dalls. Ryan Broyles makes a lot of sense in Houston here. He isn’t going to be a true #1 WR in the NFL and may actually be better suited for the slot. However for a team who spreads the ball around he could be a great weapon.

22. Cincinnati Bengals from New York Giants select Janoris Jenkins, CB North Alabama

The Bengals get a luxury pick here. The pick from Oakland was spent on a major need at OG and now they can afford to gamble on a high upside player. Jenkins may have his issues both on and off the field, however there is no doubting his talent. The Bengals have shown in the past no reluctance to take a chance on guys with character concerns however now it seems as though they have a stronger leadership presence. Jenkins could form a top CB tandem with Leon Hall.

23. Chicago Bears select Kelechi Osemele, OG Iowa State

The Bears selected Gabe Carimi in the first round in 2011 and Chris Williams in the first round a few years back. They have invested draft picks in their offensive line however so far they have not paid off as they would have hoped for. However they probably don’t have much choice but to go back to the offensive line again this year. Osemele has the ability to play OT in the NFL however his best fit will almost certainly be at OG. However that versatility will be a huge boost for the Bears.

24. Buffalo Bills select Vinny Curry, OLB Marshall

The Bills have been one of the surprise teams in the NFL mainly because of their potent offense led by Ryan Fitzpatrick and Fred Jackson. Their defense has been opportunistic, however in the last few weeks when they haven’t been able to force turnovers they have struggled. Up front the pairing of Kyle Williams and Marcell Dareus should be one of the NFL’s best for years to come. However they still struggle to rush the passer. Shawne Merriman was brought in to help but he has been injured. Vinny Curry has been sensational this year and would be a terrific down or stand up pass rusher for Buffalo.

25. Detroit Lions select Quentin Coples, DE UNC

The Lions have one of the best defensive fronts in the NFL with KVB, Cliff Avril, Ndamukong Suh etc. They also have significant needs in the secondary and at LT. However Coples offers unbelievable value at this point. Coples falls, not due to injury like Da'Quan Bowers last year, but due to concerns over his motor. Coples is best suited to play LE and maybe slide inside on passing downs. This would also take Cliff Avril off the field on obvious run downs.

***26. Denver Broncos from Baltimore Ravens select Jerel Worthy, DT Michigan State

The Broncos added a potential difference maker in the secondary with their first pick and now they move up to try and grab one at DT. Leading up to the 2011 draft many thought they would select Marcell Dareus second overall. However they failed to address the DT position at all. Worthy was billed as a possible top ten pick earlier in the year however his talent was probably being inflated at that time. However he is a very good value pick at this point and the Denver happily give up a fourth round pick along with their second round pick to move up.

27. San Diego Chargers select Courtney Upshaw, OLB Alabama

A few years ago the Chargers had the most dominant pair of outside pass rushers in Shawne Merriman and Shaun Phillips. Now with Merriman gone it is left to Phillips to carry the load by himself. Former first round pick Larry English appears to be a bust and they aren’t getting much from anywhere else. Upshaw isn’t the biggest or most explosive OLB in the draft but he is a pure football player who has been schooled by one of the brightest defensive minds around.

28. Pittsburgh Steelers select Dontari Poe, NT Memphis

Casey Hampton has been one of the best NTs in the league for the last decade, however he is now starting to slow down. The Steelers have done a great job in preparing for the inevitable losses of Aaron Smith and Brett Keisel at DE with Ziggy Hodd, Cam Heyward etc, but now they need to play for when Hampton retires. Poe has been rising up draft boards as of late and has taken over Ta’amu as the draft’s top NT prospect.

29. San Francisco 49ers select Ronnell Lewis, OLB Oklahoma

The 49ers are far and away the biggest surprise of the year even though they play in the NFC West. Rookie DE/OLB Aldon Smith has been sensational in limited time. However they could still use a bookend to him. The 49ers defensive line doesn’t seem to get a lot of credit and they help make both Patrick Willis and Navorro Bowman look incredible. Adding Lewis to that linebacking corps would probably give the 49ers the best set of LBs in the league.

***30. Minnesota Vikings from New England Patriots through New Orleans Saints select Alfonzo Dennard, CB Nebraska

Every year the Pats have two picks in the first round it seems, and every year they trade one for a future first round pick. Last year they got a first and a second from New Orleans for the right to draft Mark Ingram however this year they won’t get such a ransom. Minnesota need CB help with Antoine Winfield getting closer on and nicked up a lot and Chris Cook going to jail and stuff. Dennard profiles as a very good cover 2 CB and would be a big upgrade at the minute. The Vikings give up their 2013 1st round pick and their 2012 fourth round pick.

***31. St Louis Rams from New England Patriots select Brandon Thompson, DT Clemson

The Rams decide they now have the ammunition to target players they really want instead of sitting put. The Patriots realising that value at this point isn’t great move down two spots and pick up a 5th round pick. The Rams defense was supposed to be much better this year under Spags. Chris Long has taken a step backward and Robert Quinn has shown nothing. The secondary has been hurt by a lack of movement up front and they are struggling against the run. Brandon Thompson should fit nicely in the DT rotation for the Rams and help in the run game but also free up the outside pass rushers as well.

32. Green Bay Packers select Jared Crick, DE Nebraska

The Packers decided to let Cullen Jenkins go in free agency because he was asking for more than they were willing to pay. Luckily Ted Thompson is so good at his job that the Packers were more than able to take the hit. However their depth at DE is a little thin and adding someone of Crick’s talent would be extremely beneficial. Like some of the other good teams the Packers don’t need Crick to come in and be a day 1 starter, therefore they are able to draft him here with less of a concern over his injury.

tjsunstein
10-29-2011, 11:31 AM
A+ for Crick. Just hope he can get back to his old self after this injury.

vidae
10-29-2011, 11:34 AM
I can dig Richardson at 14 if all the top QBs are gone. He'd be a great pairing with Jamaal Charles.

Matthew Jones
10-29-2011, 12:24 PM
Realistic Patriots mock. We know Belichick won't actually use his picks :(

holt_bruce81
10-29-2011, 12:38 PM
I would love that draft for the Rams!

But why would the Browns trade for Luck? Colt seems to be doing fine, and seems to be the perfect Quarterback for that system.

AntoinCD
10-29-2011, 12:45 PM
Realistic Patriots mock. We know Belichick won't actually use his picks :(

Yeah I know.

In this scenario I'm not mad about it though. Crick is a nice player and all but we need pass rushers and safety help on defense. The value for those guys at this point is in the second. If we got a second round of say

Peter Konz
Devin Taylor
Mark Barron(not a fan but probably the best of the bunch at safety)

Then that would definitely be good including the extra picks we got.

AntoinCD
10-29-2011, 12:47 PM
I would love that draft for the Rams!

But why would the Browns trade for Luck? Colt seems to be doing fine, and seems to be the perfect Quarterback for that system.

Colt McCoy has looked ok for the Browns but he hasn't shown that he is a franchise QB or may become one. If the Browns have a top ten pick again then it is clear their offense is the problem because they actually have a very good defense.

Unbiased
10-29-2011, 12:58 PM
I like that Ingram pick a lot. He could be the missing piece on the defense.

49erNation85
10-29-2011, 01:06 PM
Nice mock all around.SF meh I would rather add a DT or DE and possible Wide out here.

Paul
10-29-2011, 01:23 PM
Kirkpatrick will be okay. Bigger fan of the DecCastro option. But I have to commend you on the Cowboys analysis, you were pretty accurate about everything. Well done.

holt_bruce81
10-29-2011, 02:04 PM
Colt McCoy has looked ok for the Browns but he hasn't shown that he is a franchise QB or may become one. If the Browns have a top ten pick again then it is clear their offense is the problem because they actually have a very good defense.

Have the Rams getting Justin Blackmon and Trent Richardson and we might be best friends. Not gonna promise anything, but it would help your chances.

Matthew Jones
10-29-2011, 02:26 PM
I think Konz and Barron would be a reasonable projection. Chung is our only good safety and the Pats have looked at Eric Wood and both Pounceys in the past as potential first-round centers. I wouldn't be unhappy with Crick or Taylor but I see them as less likely than the two mentioned.

OSUGiants17
10-29-2011, 02:29 PM
A 4th round pick for Kuechly...Well worth it

DeepThreat
10-29-2011, 02:57 PM
I would love that draft for the Rams!

But why would the Browns trade for Luck? Colt seems to be doing fine, and seems to be the perfect Quarterback for that system.

He's not doing fine; he's terrible.

niel89
10-29-2011, 04:19 PM
I like the projected trades, they all make sense and are realistic to the team characteristics, especially the Ravens and Pats trading back.

JPF
10-29-2011, 07:31 PM
Torn on your pick for the Panthers. I like Burflict and could definitely deal with it, but I honestly think that Kirkpatrick makes more sense.

Pat Sims 90
10-29-2011, 08:34 PM
DeCastro and Jenkins is awesome for the Bengals.

ChicagoBearsVet23
10-29-2011, 10:56 PM
Solid Bears pick

ArkyRamsFan
10-29-2011, 11:25 PM
This has got to be my dream scenario for the Rams!!

Suck for Luck...trade pick for both of the Browns first round picks...select Blackmon and Reiff...

Wow!! Please DO NOT wake me up, I'm really diggin' this dream!!

Thanx, AntoinCD...

Menardo75
10-30-2011, 09:54 PM
meh Ahmad Brooks has been great this season would rather add a corner or a safety in the first round for San Fran.

thenewfeature06
10-30-2011, 10:11 PM
I can see Coples dropping quite frankly and man would that line in Detroit be something else if he went there.

fischbowl
10-30-2011, 10:15 PM
Vinny Curry to Buffalo, I can ******* dig that

Poz51
10-31-2011, 11:37 AM
I love the Curry pick to Buffalo, especially with who is already off the board.
I think once the evalution process concludes he will not last that long and go higher, but that is me.

p.s. I think the trade by the browns makes alot of sense and they have the amo to pull it off.

jared3
10-31-2011, 05:09 PM
The Dolphins or Colts will get that first overall pick, not the Rams.

Also, I see Trent Richardson going in the top 10.

Thecollegedropout
11-01-2011, 08:19 AM
Not a fan of taking a guard in round 1. Slauson has not been "Horrible" but has been alright. Bigger needs at WR, OLB and S over Guard.

Upshaw would be the pick though i'd like to try and trade down for him in this case. Maybin is a good pass rusher on 3rd down but he has ways to go until being a complete player.

kalbears13
11-01-2011, 03:16 PM
LOVE THIS TRADE!!

Colt McCoy is a poopsock. I like the way he plays, he just doesn't have the abilities to get it done in the NFL.

victory12
11-11-2011, 09:09 AM
This has got to be my dream scenario for the Rams!!

Suck for Luck...trade pick for both of the Browns first round picks...select Blackmon and Reiff...

Wow!! Please DO NOT wake me up, I'm really diggin' this dream!!

Thanx, AntoinCD...

meh Ahmad Brooks has been great this season would rather add a corner or a safety in the first round for San Fran.
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Menardo75
11-11-2011, 10:03 AM
29. San Francisco 49ers select Ronnell Lewis, OLB Oklahoma

The 49ers are far and away the biggest surprise of the year even though they play in the NFC West. Rookie DE/OLB Aldon Smith has been sensational in limited time. However they could still use a bookend to him. The 49ers defensive line doesn’t seem to get a lot of credit and they help make both Patrick Willis and Navorro Bowman look incredible. Adding Lewis to that linebacking corps would probably give the 49ers the best set of LBs in the league.

Even though the 49ers have played one NFC West game.....

fear the elf
11-11-2011, 10:21 AM
He's not doing fine; he's terrible.

Yeah, he hasn't looked good, but let's be serious. He has about 1 second to throw before he gets hit, has no ground game to speak of, and a bunch of JAGs at WR. Only Tom Brady or Peyton Manning could have success with this kind of talent.

prock
11-13-2011, 06:10 AM
I love Michael Floyd.

SuperPacker
11-13-2011, 09:57 AM
Im liking the commentary and loving the Packers pick! Crick is the best player available and fills a big need. The best mock draft since i've seen since my own a few weeks ago ;)

Sloopy
11-13-2011, 11:18 AM
I really don't see the Ravens trading out of the first with Mike Adams still on the board. Might even be willing to take Alfonzo Denard

jared3
11-13-2011, 06:05 PM
News Flash..The Indianapolis Colts will get that number overall pick, not the Rams

bruschis4all
11-13-2011, 07:52 PM
News Flash..The Indianapolis Colts will get that number overall pick, not the Rams

Picks 2 thru 5 are Carolina, Miami, St. Louis and Minnesota. Would have to think the Colts listen to offers for Luck. Carolina will listen to offers for next qb maybe Barkley. If Miami is sitting 3RD are they happy with Barkley or Jones? Or, do they make the move up for Andrew Luck? Could be some Top 5 deals. That always makes for an exciting draft.