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  • RavenOfProphecy's Three-Round Mock With Explanations!

    Hey guys, just spent a few hours working on a three-rounder with explanations. Couldn't fit in a few players but overall I'm very happy with the way it came out. Let me know what you think! If you don't like a pick, give me some alternatives for next time. Thanks!

    Round One:

    1. Miami Dolphins - Chris Long, DE/OLB, Virginia

    I think Miami drafts Long regardless of what he weighs in at, because there are more concerns about Dorsey than Long and he fits Parcells' scheme better.

    2. St. Louis Rams - Glenn Dorsey, DT, Louisiana St.

    St. Louis needs help all around. Offensive tackle was a consideration but Jake Long might not be any better than Alex Barron at guarding Marc Bulger's blind side.

    3. Oakland Raiders - Sedrick Ellis, DT, Southern Cal

    Oakland could really use some help up front in their defense. Ellis can help put pressure on the quarterback and help fix their terrible run defense.

    4. Atlanta Falcons - Darren McFadden, RB, Arkansas

    Tough call here between Darren McFadden and Matt Ryan. Went with McFadden because Atlanta's always been run-first and McFadden is more talented.

    5. Kansas City Chiefs - Jake Long, OT, Michigan

    Perfect fit for the Chiefs. No other real choices here with likely their top player on the board. Clady/Otah are long shots, but Long is a better all-around player than either.

    6. New York Jets - Vernon Gholston, DE/OLB, Ohio St.

    Gholston is a great fit for the Jets. They could use linebackers for their 3-4 defense and Gholston is on the same level as Chris Long.

    7. New England Patriots (f/SF) - Derrick Harvey, DE/OLB, Florida

    New England has shown they are willing to go to Urban Meyer's program for draft picks lately and Harvey fits in well into a defense that could still use some speed.

    8. Baltimore Ravens - Matt Ryan, QB, Boston College

    Troy Smith has had some impressive showings in the NFL, but in addition to being one of the top players left, Ryan would represent an upgrade in the passing game.

    9. Cincinnati Bengals - Kenny Phillips, FS, Miami (FL)

    Cincinnati desperately needs some help all over their defense. Keith Rivers and Kentwan Balmer get consideration but Phillips is generally thought to be better than either.

    10. New Orleans Saints - Mike Jenkins, CB, South Florida

    With New England and Baltimore passing, New Orleans gets a chance to upgrade their pass defense with someone who is considered to be the best corner in the draft.

    11. Buffalo Bills - Limas Sweed, WR, Texas

    Sweed is very underrated because of his 40-yard dash time and the injury he suffered this year, but the Bills need a big wide receiver and Sweed is the best in the draft.

    12. Denver Broncos - Ryan Clady, OT, Boise St.

    Denver is a team that doesn't seem like they're willing to draft linemen or running backs in the first, no matter how good a fit (Maroney), but I think they have to change their philosophy.

    13. Carolina Panthers - Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville

    Tough call here between Brohm, Woodson, and Otah, but the Panthers pick the quarterback that is the best fit for their offense and is far less risky than Jeff Otah.

    14. Chicago Bears - Jeff Otah, OT, Pittsburgh

    Chicago needs to upgrade all around their offense, and I considered Woodson, Stewart, Mendenhall, Jackson, but decided that Otah would be the pick here because of rare size.

    15. Detroit Lions - Leodis McKelvin, CB, Troy

    Recently, Mike Mayock noted that Leodis McKelvin was on the cusp of being a top-10 pick, so with that said, this pick is a no-brainer with Detroit's desperate need for defensive backs.

    16. Arizona Cardinals - Jonathan Stewart, RB, Oregon

    Edgerrin James is winding down, so Arizona's best option could be to continue to add potential offensive playmakers. Their defensive scheme could change, so defense is risky.

    17. Minnesota Vikings - DeSean Jackson, WR, California

    The Vikings took Troy Williamson a few years ago hoping to replace Randy Moss as a deep threat and it hasn't really worked, so they pick up a nice value in DeSean Jackson here.

    18. Houston Texans - Rashard Mendenhall, RB, Illinois

    Ahman Green has turned out to be a colossal bust as a big signing, and Houston hasn't addressed their need for a running back yet, so with Mendenhall on the board he's the pick.

    19. Philadelphia Eagles - Reggie Smith, FS, Oklahoma

    Phialadelphia thought they had a future safety in Michael Lewis a few years ago, but that never panned out and they've been rotating in safeties since. Smith is the best left.

    20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Keith Rivers, OLB, Southern Cal

    Probably the best value of the draft yet, Tampa Bay is able to add a luxury stud linebacker who fits into their defensive scheme absolutely perfectly and should have gone earlier.

    21. Washington Redskins - Kentwan Balmer, DT/DE, North Carolina

    There are rumors that Washington may change to a 3-4, and regardless of whether or not they do, they're going to need a few linemen. Balmer is a nice value here, especially in a 3-4.

    22. Dallas Cowboys (f/CLE) - Felix Jones, RB, Arkansas

    Jones' speed and big-play ability would make for a fantastic replacement for Julius Jones and compliment to Marion Barber. An easy pick, combines need and value.

    23. Pittsburgh Steelers - Gosder Cherilus, OT, Boston College

    I'm not as sold on Cherilus as most are, mainly because he failed at left tackle this year, but he's a solid right tackle and Pittsburgh is going to need to patch holes on their line.

    24. Tennessee Titans - Malcolm Kelly, WR, Oklahoma

    Tennessee would have liked for Limas Sweed to drop this far, but it's fairly unlikely that he does and so they are left with Malcolm Kelly or another position - the nod easily goes to WR.

    25. Seattle Seahawks - Chris Johnson, RB, East Carolina

    I gave long consideration to Ray Rice and Martellus Bennett here, but decided on Chris Johnson, because he's explosive - exactly what Shaun Alexander as of late has not been.

    26. New York Giants - Aqib Talib, CB, Kansas

    There's a really good chance that Talib is gone by now, but until he runs his 40-yard dash, he falls into that mid-late first round area and the Giants are able to address a need position.

    27. Jacksonville Jaguars - Calais Campbell, DE, Miami (FL)

    Had to decide between Campbell, Merling, and wide receiver, but it seems like forever since Jacksonville has gotten some solid play from their defensive ends.

    28. San Diego Chargers - Charles Godfrey, CB/FS, Iowa

    San Diego could seriously use some help in their defensive backfield, and they've shown they aren't afraid to take gambles on high-ceiling players, so they go Godfrey here.

    29. Dallas Cowboys - Mario Manningham, WR, Michigan

    Terry Glenn is just about done and the rest of Dallas' wideouts are big, physical guys. Manningham could potentially be the #1 or 2 wideout chosen after the combine and gives them a deep threat.

    30. San Francisco 49ers (f/IND) - Philip Merling, DE, Clemson

    With the impending retirement of Bryant Young, San Francisco could use some defensive line depth. Merling is a nice fit for their defense and can help improve their terrible run defense.

    31. Green Bay Packers - Dan Connor, OLB/ILB, Penn St.

    Green Bay can afford to make a bit of a luxury pick here with no glaring needs. I think Dan Connor is a top-10 talent, and it's a shame he falls this far, but Green Bay gets a huge steal.

    32. New England Patriots - pick forfeited

    Round Two:

    33. Miami Dolphins - Curtis Lofton, ILB, Oklahoma

    Toss-up here between Lofton and Jerod Mayo. Either one could go in the mid-first round, but here they're both available. Some say Rubin is a potential fit but I think it's early.

    34. St. Louis Rams - Lawrence Jackson, DE, Southern Cal

    Very close call here between Jackson, Groves, and Baker. I feel like offensive tackle is deep, though, and Groves may be a better fit for a 3-4 defense than a 4-3.

    35. Atlanta Falcons - Andre' Woodson, QB, Kentucky

    So the Falcons pass on Matt Ryan in the first round and are rewarded with Andre' Woodson in the second round. It'd take time, but Woodson/McFadden/White/Crumpler would be scary.

    36. Kansas City Chiefs - Chris Ellis, DE, Virginia Tech

    Toss-up here between drafting Ellis or Groves, but for the same reason I gave St. Louis Lawrence Jackson, Kansas City takes Chris Ellis as a replacement for Jared Allen.

    37. New York Jets - Jerod Mayo, ILB, Tennessee

    Although they were able to find a real gem in David Harris last year, Jonathan Vilma is coming off of an injury and will potentially be moved, so New York adds another linebacker value in Mayo.

    38. Oakland Raiders - Sam Baker, OT, Southern Cal

    This is a pick I had pegged for the first round before the season started, and although Baker had an up-and-down year, he's a local prospect, a very nice value, and fills a definite need here.

    39. Baltimore Ravens - Justin King, CB, Penn St.

    Baltimore has a serious need for an upgrade at cornerback and although they have a number of big-name players, they aren't going to be contending anytime soon, so they go for potential.

    40. San Francisco 49ers - Early Doucet, WR, Louisiana St.

    Mike Martz may love the deep ball, and although Doucet got only 9.2 YPC last year in college, he's probably the most talented wideout left in the draft and could be their #1 receiver.

    41. New Orleans Saints - Marcus Harrison, DT, Arkansas

    New Orleans takes a player whose stock has been climbing pretty significantly as of late to address their need for a defensive tackle after missing out on Lofton and Mayo.

    42. Buffalo Bills - Pat Sims, DT, Auburn

    Although they drafted John McCargo in the first round recently, Buffalo's defensive line play has been less than impressive. Sims is big and athletic for his size and would represent an upgrade.

    43. Denver Broncos - Dre' Moore, DT, Maryland

    The run on defensive tackles continues with the third in a row chosen. Denver seriously needs an upgrade and mentioned they want sleeker linemen, so Moore gets the nod over Frank Okam.

    44. Carolina Panthers - Chris Williams, OT, Vanderbilt

    Carolina passed on Jeff Otah for Brian Brohm in the first round, and that proves to be a smart move here as they are able to add a huge, quick, and very talented offensive tackle here in the second.

    45. Chicago Bears - Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

    At first glance this may seem like a bit of a reach with players like Devin Thomas, James Hardy, and Adarius Bowman left, but Avery is the best deep threat left and Berrian could be leaving.

    46. Detroit Lions - Jamaal Charles, RB, Texas

    It seems like the Lions can't find themselves a solid running back despite picking up Kevin Jones, Tatum Bell, and T.J. Duckett in recent years. Charles is a good value and big play threat.

    47. Cincinnati Bengals - Fred Davis, TE, Southern Cal

    The Bengals really would have liked to get their hands on one of the three defensive tackles chosen earlier in the round, but instead of reaching for Frank Okam, they get a good value in Davis.

    48. Minnesota Vikings - Patrick Lee, CB, Auburn

    Minnesota has been below-average in pass defense for quite some time now, and since they drafted Jackson in the first, they can afford to finally address that with another good value at corner.

    49. Atlanta Falcons (f/HOU) - Tony Hills, OT, Texas

    Atlanta has claimed recently that they are looking to add bigger offensive linemen, but Wayne Gandy is old and on the decline at left tackle and Hills is the best left tackle prospect available.

    50. Philadelphia Eagles - James Hardy, WR, Indiana

    Although someone like Quentin Groves might be nice here, Donovan McNabb could use a wide receiver with size to compliment Kevin Curtis, and Hardy is about as big as you'll find.

    51. Arizona Cardinals - Brandon Flowers, CB, Virginia Tech

    Quentin Groves continues his streak of being a team's second favorite option as Arizona passes on him for Brandon Flowers after failing to address their desperate need for a corner in the first.

    52. Washington Redskins - Devin Thomas, WR, Michigan St.

    Washington wasn't able to get much production at all from their wide receivers this year, something that a big, strong playmaker like Thomas could help them out with alongside Santana Moss.

    53. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Earl Bennett, WR, Vanderbilt

    Bennett, considered a first-round possibility for the Buccaneers a couple of months ago, is available here and without anyone who sticks out as a deep threat, Tampa Bay picks him up.

    54. Pittsburgh Steelers - Roy Schuening, OG, Oregon St.

    One of the most prolific offensive linemen in the draft this year, Schuening is an almost perfect fit for Pittsburgh and would be a more-than-adequate starter replacing Alan Faneca should he leave.

    55. Tennessee Titans - John Carlson, TE, Notre Dame

    A bit of a debate here as to whether Tennessee would rather have Carlson or Rucker, but Carlson seems like a bit safer and plays to Tennessee's strength, running, a bit more than Martin.

    56. Seattle Seahawks - Martin Rucker, TE, Missouri

    An All-American this year, Rucker is a very big, fast tight end with nice hands. He fell a bit because he's a bit lacking as a blocker, but the Seahawks are glad that there was a tight end available.

    57. New York Giants - Ali Highsmith, OLB, Louisiana St.

    Going into this round, outside linebacker wasn't the preferred pick necessarily, but it became the preferred pick when Ali Highsmith, a potential first-round pick, slipped to them.

    58. Cleveland Browns - Ahtyba Rubin, NT, Iowa St.

    Although Ted Washington is still a decent nose tackle, he's grown very, very old and isn't a long-term fix by any means. There are rumors that Rubin is rising fast, and he's the best NT left.

    59. Miami Dolphins (f/SD) - Craig Steltz, SS, Louisiana St.

    Thomas DeCoud is a bit raw, so Parcells leans towards the more established safety in Craig Steltz. A tough, smart, strong player, Steltz is just the kind of player Parcells tends to draft.

    60. Jacksonville Jaguars - Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona

    I'm almost certain that Cason will end up running something around a 4.5 40 and jump into the mid-first, but for now he's a high second-rounder that the Jaguars are able to steal late.

    61. Indianapolis Colts - DeMario Pressley, DT, North Carolina St.

    The Colts might have found some underrated talent along the defensive line this year, but they still need some help in the middle stopping the run, and Pressley is the best fit available for them.

    62. Green Bay Packers - Jack Ikegwuonu, CB, Wisconsin

    It's weird that a player this tall and fast would be available this late on, but it benefits Green Bay, giving them another solid starter and excellent value at an upgradeable position in the second.

    63. Dallas Cowboys - Red Bryant, NT, Texas A&M

    Bryant is an absolutely massive two-gap plugger, so although he had some bouts of inconsistency throughout his college career, he represents a nice value here as a potential 3-4 nose tackle.

    64. New England Patriots - Jonathan Goff, ILB, Vanderbilt

    New England already added Derrick Harvey at linebacker, but they'll still need another 'backer to eventually replace either Tedy Bruschi or Junior Seau after they have moved on.

    Round Three:

    65. Miami Dolphins - Quentin Groves, DE/OLB, Auburn

    Although they drafted Chris Long to potentially play linebacker, he might be able to stay on the line and Groves represents a nice value and compliment to or replacement for Jason Taylor.

    66. St. Louis Rams - Philip Wheeler, OLB, Georgia Tech

    St. Louis has still failed to address their need for an offensive tackle, but in doing so they've managed to significantly upgrade their defense with Dorsey, Jackson, and Wheeler.

    67. Kansas City Chiefs - Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, CB, Tennessee St.

    Kansas City has a few solid cornerbacks to choose from here, and with their current starters potentially being able to fill in for another year or two, they take a bit of a risk on upside.

    68. New York Jets - Trae Williams, CB, South Florida

    After Rodgers-Cromartie was taken, New York was left with a choice between either Trae Williams or Tracy Porter, and opt for Williams because he's a slightly better fit schematically.

    69. New England Patriots (f/OAK) - Kevin Smith, RB, Central Florida

    New England gets the luxury of picking the best player available, and opts for Kevin Smith over Ray Rice and Steve Slaton because he's a better compliment to Laurence Maroney.

    70. Atlanta Falcons - Thomas DeCoud, FS, California

    DeCoud is a bit raw but represents a solid value for Atlanta. The Falcons have had a bit of trouble bringing in long-term solutions at safety lately and DeCoud could be a step towards fixing that.

    71. San Francisco 49ers - Shawn Crable, OLB, Michigan

    Crable is an excellent pick for the 49ers at this point - not only does he possess ideal measurables to play outside linebacker in the 3-4, but he also has proven he can play the position.

    72. Buffalo Bills (f/BAL) - Tracy Porter, CB, Indiana

    With the first of their two consecutive picks, Buffalo adds a cornerback in Porter who could hopefully bring an upgrade to a position that seems to be in desperate need for one in the past few years.

    73. Buffalo Bills - Taveres Gooden, OLB, Miami (FL)

    Gooden, who reminds some of Jon Beason, a first-round pick last year, is Buffalo's second pick. The team stole Paul Posluszny in the draft last year but still needs to add more talent at linebacker.

    74. Minnesota Vikings (f/DEN) - Frank Okam, DT, Texas

    Okam dropped well out of the first round after losing almost all of his steam later on in the year, but still has excellent potential and could be groomed as the aging Pat Williams' potential replacement.

    75. Carolina Panthers - Marcus Griffin, FS, Texas

    Most likely the best safety left in the draft, Michael Griffin's twin brother is a good value here as a very smart, instinctive, versatile player who provides an upgrade in the defensive backfield.

    76. Chicago Bears - Chad Henne, QB, Michigan

    The fourth quarterback chosen in the draft, Chicago goes for a strong-armed quarterback who could sit behind someone like Grossman or Griese for a year before taking over the Bears offense.

    77. Detroit Lions - Terrell Thomas, CB, Southern Cal

    Detroit may have drafted Leodis McKelvin in the first round, but it's likely that they'll still need even more talent at cornerback. Thomas is a bit raw, but he has plenty of tools and could start.

    78. Cincinnati Bengals - Erin Henderson, OLB, Maryland

    A defensive tackle who could clog running holes would probably be the best possible pick here, but instead of reaching for a mid-round talent, Cincinnati picks up a talented outside linebacker.

    79. New Orleans Saints - Jeremy Leman, ILB, Illinois

    The Saints have had lots of problems on defense, so it isn't really a huge surprise that they spend their third consecutive pick on that side of the ball. Leman is an excellent fit in New Orleans.

    80. Houston Texans - DeJuan Tribble, CB, Boston College

    Dunta Robinson has proven himself to be one of the better starting cornerbacks in the NFL and a suitable #1, but Houston severely lacks a solid supporting cast for him and so drafts Tribble.

    81. Philadelphia Eagles - Tommy Blake, DE, Texas Christian

    Tommy Blake was seen as a mid-to-late first-rounder a ways into the season but psychological problems have caused him to slip this far. It's a risk, but Philly could have a big steal here.

    82. Arizona Cardinals - Anthony Collins, OT, Kansas

    Arizona would have liked to add a pass-rushing end here, but just misses out on Blake. Collins gets the nod over people like Nicks and Cousins because he projects a little bit better to left tackle.

    83. Minnesota Vikings - Joe Flacco, QB, Delaware

    Brad Childress still seems to have some faith in Tarvaris Jackson as the quarterback of the future, but Flacco is a great value and the Vikings showed with Jackson they'll go small-school.

    84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Colt Brennan, QB, Hawaii

    Brennan slips fairly far down and Tampa Bay, needing someone to groom behind Jeff Garcia as their future quarterback, picks him up as someone with toughness, mobility, and a quick release.

    85. Washington Redskins - Kendall Langford, DT/DE, Hampton

    Although the Redskins already drafted a similar player in Kentwan Balmer, Langford is another nice value that could play in whichever scheme the Redskins' new coach goes with in the future.

    86. Tennessee Titans - Harry Douglas, WR, Louisville

    Even though Adarius Bowman, a player considered in the first round, is available, Tennessee goes with Douglas as a better compliment to Malcolm Kelly in their search for targets for Young.

    87. Seattle Seahawks - Oniel Cousins, OT, Texas El-Paso

    Walter Jones is still more than serviceable at left tackle, but he's getting up there in age and at some point will have to fall off. Cousins could sit behind him for a while and take over once Jones is done.

    88. New York Giants - Adarius Bowman, WR, Oklahoma St.

    Eli Manning needs a #2 option to replace Amani Toomer alongside Plaxico Burress, so the Giants go with a terrific value in Bowman, pushing Moss/Smith into the slot where they belong.

    89. Cleveland Browns - Beau Bell, OLB, Nevada-Las Vegas

    Cleveland has done a nice job of filling needs throughout their defense in recent drafts, but they could still use some youth at outside linebacker opposite Wimbley and Bell is a nice value here.

    90. Pittsburgh Steelers - Andre Caldwell, WR, Florida

    Caldwell is most likely the last wide receiver worth drafting on the first day this year, and without more pressing needs for Pittsburgh to address, they can afford to grab Reche's brother.

    91. Jacksonville Jaguars - Geno Hayes, OLB, Florida St.

    Hayes may be moe than a little undersized, but has a lot of potential to be molded and although David Garrard might need a better backup, Erik Ainge is the best QB left and not a good fit.

    92. Chicago Bears (f/SD) - Steve Slaton, RB, West Virginia

    Cedric Benson hasn't exactly had a great career so far and so without him making many plays, Chicago takes Slaton, a playmaker who would provide an excellent change-of-pace.

    93. Green Bay Packers - Ray Rice, RB, Rutgers

    Although Ryan Grant seemingly came out of nowhere to give Green Bay a solid starting running back, they still lack an ideal backup, and Rice is one of the best values of the draft thus far.

    94. Dallas Cowboys - Branden Albert, OG, Virginia

    Dallas didn't show too much need for a guard during the season, but without much value left elsewhere at this point, they can afford to take Albert based on his size and potential.

    95. Indianapolis Colts - Kerry Brown, OG, Appalachia St.

    Like Dallas, Indianapolis is a team that came into the draft with little needs and was able to come away with a player that pehaps they don't necessarily need a whole lot, but who certainly helps.

    96. New England Patriots - Chevis Jackson, CB, Louisiana St.

    Even though there's only about a 50-50 shot that Asante Samuel comes back next season, New England hasn't added a cornerback to this point, but finds a nice value and #2 option in Jackson.

    Best players available:

    Erik Ainge, Mike Hart, Dustin Keller, Jermichael Finley, Carl Nicks, Steve Justice, Xavier Adibi, Ezra Butler, Jordon Dizon

  • #2
    If that's the Jags draft, I will poop in my pants.

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    • #3
      cant really complain about the giants draft, its good- depth at the o line could be addressed round 3 as well

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      • #4
        Originally posted by BigJohn98 View Post
        If that's the Jags draft, I will poop in my pants.
        I will be doing the same....

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        • #5
          Pretty outstanding draft for Green Bay.

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          • #6
            I like the pick of McKelvin. I am lukewarm on the selection of Charles. I do agree it would be smart to add a young RB, but we have so many other defensive needs, that I think MLB or DE might take precedence. And yes, we need two CB's, but I would rather we just take one rookie CB early on in the draft, and spread around our picks on the entire defense.

            I wouldn't be terrible upset at this kind of a draft from Mr. Millen though . . . I have low expectations.
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            • #7
              I like Jackson, but I despise the 2nd round pick. We do not need another CB. The porous pass defense is due to the inability of the ends to get to the quarterback. John Carlson or Martin Rucker would be much, much better. I like the Okam pick, and Flacco is okay.


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              • #8
                Originally posted by Jim Jim View Post
                Pretty outstanding draft for Green Bay.
                it is spectacular!


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                • #9
                  Okay Round 1 for the Ravens, would rather have Mike Jenkins.
                  Ravens take Quentin Groves or Erin Henderson in Round 2, Justin King isn't worth that high of a pick.
                  Good Texans draft.

                  Baltimore: 7-4

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                  • #10
                    you forgot to put in Martellus Bennett TE Texas A&M, would love it if the Saints snagged him in the 2nd round because the Eric Johnson experiment did not work out and we could use a TE threat

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                    • #11
                      about your comment regarding the third round CB for Detroit, if a drafted cornerback can walk, he'll start. Don't you worry.

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                      • #12
                        Since when were there rumors that the Skins are going to a 3-4?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Vikes99ej View Post
                          I like Jackson, but I despise the 2nd round pick. We do not need another CB. The porous pass defense is due to the inability of the ends to get to the quarterback. John Carlson or Martin Rucker would be much, much better. I like the Okam pick, and Flacco is okay.
                          Agree completely. Instead of Flacco I would take Adarius Bowman, even though we are already getting DeSean Jackson.
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                          • #14
                            Terrinle draft for the Saints. Jenkins is a reach at #10. Either trade down or take Keith Rivers. Pat Sims would be a better choice in round two at DT. I can live with Leman, but I would take Tribble there.

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                            • #15
                              Like a lot that Pats draft.

                              Thanks to BoneKrusher

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