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  • 5 rounds w/comments 2/16

    Arizona - Marc Bulger
    Minnesota - Donovan McNabb
    Carolina - Vince Young
    San Francisco - Matt Flynn
    Buffalo Ė Alex Smith, Tyler Thigpen

    1. Carolina Panthers -DE- DaQuan Bowers
    - With Brayton and Johnson FAís and Brown a situational pass rusher DE becomes a big need. Bowers will start from day 1 at LDE and fill the Peppers role that was missed so much last year. Newton and Fairley should be considered as well.
    2. Denver Broncos -CB- Patrick Peterson
    - Cover corners are in big demand and the Broncos are about to lose Bailey to FA and Cox to prison and with Dawkins ready to be released says that Peterson is the pick. Dareus and Fairley will got long looks.
    3. Buffalo Bills -DE- Marcell Dareus
    - There run defense was gutted all year and have nothing of a pass rush. Dareus can start from day 1 and gives the front youth and versatility against the run and pass. Newton, Von Miller and Peterson could also be in play for pick #3.
    4. Cincinnati Bengals -QB- Cam Newton
    - This pick is following the Pattern that Mike Brown has took with his last 3 QBís. Palmer has 1 foot out the door and Newton can sit and learn for a year.
    5. Arizona Cardinals -OLB- Von Miller
    - Miller is exactly who Horton wants setting him off the edge to get the QB. I donít expect them to look at a QB in round 1 and I wouldnít be surprised if they grab AJ Green as they are on the cusp of losing Fitz.
    6. Cleveland Browns -DT- Nick Fairley
    - Cleveland is very happy that Fairley has fell into their lapse and replace Shaun Rogers in their new 4-3 look. Green is also an option as well as Quinn at DE.
    7. San Francisco 49ers -CB- Prince Amukamara
    - Look for Clements to be released and maximum the need of a CB. Amukamara is seen as the more fluid cover corner than Peterson and will start on the defense. Quinn, Watt and Gabbert could all be looked at but Amukamara is more of a need and less risk with such a high pick.
    8. Tennessee Titans -QB- Blaine Gabbert
    - Rusty Smith is the only QB on the roster and they have already admitted that a FA vet will be very hard with the lockout.
    Gabbert will give Tennessee a direction to go in and with Palmer ready to mentor the intelligent passer.
    9. Dallas Cowboys -DE- JJ Watt
    - Watt reminds me a lot of Aaron Smith, a 5-tech that can use his hands to get to the QB. Watt should be able to maximize Wareís pass rush ability, something Spencer wasnít able to do. 5-tech is a big need along with OL but no lineman is worth a top 10 pick.
    10. Washington Redskins -QB- Colin Kapernick
    - Missing out on both QBís and seeing that Minny, Miami, Jax and Seattle behind them needing a QB they reach for the strong armed mobile QB Shanny likes. I originally had Green slotted here but there is always craziness on draft day and QBís are valued much more than WRís despite the rankings.
    11. Houston Texans -OLB- Robert Quinn
    - Quinn, a top 3 player based on talent as fallen because of his suspension. Texans would be happy to get a Ware like pass rusher in their new 3-4 to seriously help an area of need.
    12. Minnesota Vikings -DE- Cam Jordan
    - Edwards will look for the best deal on the market and Griffen just killed his chances this offseason. Minny had trouble getting to the QB when Allen was ineffective and Jordan is the perfect LDE who can slide inside on passing downs to maximize his versatility.
    13. Detroit Lions -OT- Anthony Castonzo
    - Stafford needs to be protested if he wants to survive. Backus has a year or 2 left and Castonzo will replace former BC lineman on the right side until the left side is ready. Castonzo is more ready than Smith and Solder and his IQ and toughness will be a plus to Detroitís staff.
    14. St Louis Rams -WR- AJ Green
    - All of St Louis and especially Bradford is ecstatic to see someone of Greenís talents fall this far but defensive lineman, QBís and true cover corners are much more coveted than WRís.
    15. Miami Dolphins -WR- Julio Jones
    - Needing a weapon next to Brandon Marshall to stretch the field was more of the problem than the QB imo. Getting a WR that knows how to get down field will give this slow offense a much needed kick in the ass.
    16. Jacksonville Jaguars -CB- Jimmy Smith
    - Smith is rising fast with comparisons to Chris McAllister and corner is by far the biggest need for Jacksonville. Pouncey or Kerrigan can be options as well.
    17. New England Patriots -OLB- Ryan Kerrigan
    - Kerrigan is a non-stop pest to opposing QBís and tackles getting in the backfield against the run and pass. Kerrigan should become their best pass rusher, donít be surprised to see a lineman like Pouncey or a trade down.
    18. San Diego Chargers -OLB- Aldon Smith
    - Smithís potential would put him in the top 12 picks but he is raw and doesnít have a lot of experience. Smith will challenge former 1st rd pick Larry English and back up Phillips who isnít getting any younger.
    19. New York Giants -OT- Tyson Smith
    - LT and RT is a need for the Giants so unless a major talent falls, expect them to go OL. Smith has the highest upside of the bunch of lineman and a fixture for years. Liuget & Pouncey are other possibilities.
    20. Tampa Bay Bucs -DE- Adrian Clayborn
    - Last year they beefed up the middle, now they need to focus on the outside. Clayborn will fit in a LDE who is a good leader and very good at stopping the run but getting to the QB is a question which is why he has fallen out of the top 10 after his Jr year.
    21. Kansas City Chiefs -NT- Phil Taylor
    - He is this yearís top NT in the draft and will be selected higher than he ranks. KC could look at C with Pouncey but his shotgun snaps are too much of a risk in round 1, Houston or a WR could also be options.
    22. Indianapolis Colts -DT- Corey Liuget
    - OT is a need but I feel Solder is to raw for Polians likes after he struck out on Ugoh and elects to finally beef up the middle that gets gashed too often. Liuget is a natural 4-3 under tackle that will play perfect with Muir next to him and Moala rotating in.
    23. Philadelphia Eagles -G/C- Mike Pouncey
    - Philly has a huge whole at RG and C so Pouncey will fill one of those spots. Not as high ranked as his brother but very talented with his size and athleticism. RT is a need as well along with CB.
    24. New Orleans Saints -RB- Mark Ingram
    - Look for the Saints to blow-up their backfield and Ingram is a 3-down RB that can give Payton more of a consistent running game, keeping the blitzerís off of Brees.
    25. Seattle Seahawks -QB- Jake Locker
    - Locker will not fall past hometown hero and a coaching connection as well. QB is the biggest need as Whitehurst has shown that he is not a starter in this league.
    26. Baltimore Ravens -OT- Nate Solder
    - Baltimore always goes BPA and Solder keeps that trend, very talented but raw Solder will allow Gaitor to leave and Oher to play on the right side where he plays at a All-Pro level and low Yanda to play his more natural position at RG. The running game was a disappointment and adding Solder should help out.
    27. Atlanta Falcons -WR- Titus Young
    - Young will be what they hoped Douglas would be and also allow Jenkins to leave via FA. Falcons can also look at the offensive line as well with 4 starters due for FA.
    28. New England Patriots -T/G- Gabe Carimi
    - This picks will depend on what happens at 17 and can go in any direction of need (RB,WR,OL,DL,LB) or trade down. In this scenario they grab Carimi who showed he can play OG and OT. If they resign Light look for him to play RG an eventually play RT with Volmer moving to the left side.
    29. New York Jets -WR- Jonathan Baldwin
    - Holmes, Edwards and Smith are FAís and Cotchery isnít getting any younger. Baldwin play is very similar to Edwards play and should fit in with the rest of the team.
    30. Chicago Bears -OT- Derek Sherrod
    - Chris Williams busted out as a tackle and guard. Sherrod like Williams has great feet but unlike Williams Sherrod is big with a massive wing spread to play the coveted left tackle.
    31. Pittsburgh Steelers -CB- Brandon Harris
    - They want to re-sign Ike Taylor but these playoffs show how much a cover corner is needed on this team. OL is also a big need but they wonít reach to fill a void.
    32. Green Bay Packers -LB- Akeem Ayers
    - Desmond Bishop is the only guaranteed returner in the middle and they have nobody on the opposite side of Matthews. Ayers has the ability to play the inside and outside in a 3-4. A 5-tech and OL is also needed as well.


    33. New England Patriots DE Cameron Heyward
    - Not the pass rusher as Ballard or Wilkerson for a 5-tech but Heyward anchors much better against the run and has the work ethic to become a 3-down 5-tech and could be a steal.
    34. Buffalo Bills OLB Justin Houston
    - Pass rushers, donít often fall this far and the Bills biggest need is pass rusher.
    35. Cincinnati Bengals WR Torrey Smith
    - Smith comes in with Newton for the future of Cincy. Smithís speed over the top will work great with Simoson/Shipley/Gresham over the middle and allow 85 to hit the road.
    36. Denver Broncos DT Muhammad Wilkerson
    - They gambled on passing both Dareus and Fairley at #2 and are very happy that they are able to get a poor manís Fairley. Wilkerson should fit nicely next to Jamal Williams allowing him to rush the passer.
    37. Cleveland Browns RB Ryan Williams
    - Hillis was a huge plus but doesnít put the fear in opposing teams. Williams teaming with Hillis gives the backfield a homerun threat every time he touches the ball.
    38. Arizona Cardinals OG Danny Watkins
    - Watkins fits what the Wiz wants, tough no-nonsense road grader to replace Tutui who is looking for a huge contract.
    39. Tennessee Titans DT Stephan Paea
    - Getting a run stuffing DT with first round value in the second is a huge plus. Paea should easily fit in rotation.
    40. Dallas Cowboys OT Marcus Cannon
    - RT and LG are big needs along the line and Cannon fits what Jones likes in his lineman, Size.
    41. Washington Redskins WR Leonard Hankerson
    - Hankerson is the big bodied target that can shield opponents and get in the endzone making Kapernicks job easier
    42. Houston Texans FS Rahim Moore
    - With Taylor gone they go with their next biggest need, FS. Moore is a playmaker who fits a huge hole on a shaky secondary.
    43. Minnesota Vikings QB Andy Dalton
    - Both Spielman and Frazier wants a vocal leader with good feet, accuracy and intangiblesÖthat is why Mallett is falling.
    44. Detroit Lions CB Aaron Williams
    - OLB is such a huge need but Detroit doesnít need to reach. Williams is the BPA and a position of need should be able to start from day 1 as their top corner.
    45. San Francisco 49ers OLB Brooks Reed
    - Lawson is not the pass rusher they hoped he would be and is a FA. Reed is a relentless pass rusher in the mold of Clay Matthews and should help improve the overall defense.
    46. Denver Broncos MLB Martez Wilson
    - If DJ Williams isnít traded he will be moved back to his playmaking spot at WLB, leaving a hole at MLB. Wilson should start from day 1 an compete as DROY with all the tackles he will amass.
    47. St Louis Rams DT Drake Nevis
    - RB and OG are needs for the offense but Spags likes pass rushers and Nevis will be able to collapse the pocket and wreck havoc in the backfield.
    48. Oakland Raiders T/G Ben Ijalana
    - Gallery might not be back, Henderson is a FA, there is a huge hole at RT and C and Bruce Campbell is in position limbo. Ijalana will need training camp to find out where he will play but he is just as talented as the 1st round prospects.
    49. Jacksonville Jaguars QB Ryan Mallett
    - Top 15 talent falls from over criticism and off-field troubles is the perfect situation for Jax allowing Mallett to sit a year.
    50. San Diego Chargers DE Christian Ballard
    - Castillo is consistent but not spectacular but there is a hole on the other side. Ballard can play DE in both 3-4 and 4-3 and fits what SD does with their 5-techs.
    51. Tampa Bay Bucs OT Orlando Franklin
    - They have holes at RG and RT. Franklin has played all positions but center and most likely find a home at RT, protecting their franchise signal caller.
    52. New York Giants RB Mikel Leshoure
    - Can go much higher on the board if he runs good at combine. Leshoure will replace the complaining Brandon Jacobs and give the Giants insurance on soon-to-be FA and oft injured Bradshaw to split with.
    53. Indianapolis Colts G/C Stefan Wisniewski
    - Jeff Saturday canít play forever and Wisniewski will be his understudy. His intelligence and toughness will help out in the running game and can see time a guard before his move to center.
    54. Philadelphia Eagles CB Brandon Burton
    - There is a hole opposite of Samuel and the defense was hurt when Samuel was out with injury.
    55. Kansas City Chiefs WR Randall Cobb
    - Cobb is the perfect complement to Bowe with his savvy hands, route-running and RAC.
    56. New Orleans Saints DE Allen Bailey
    - Once considered a top 10 pick, Baileyís fall from grace is really his rawness. He will play opposite of Will Smith as the LDE and can move inside on passing downs.
    57. Seattle Seahawks CB Ras-I-Dowling
    - Like Bailey, Dowling was once considered a top 10 pick, but injuries helped slow his progress and Seattle could be getting a steal at the bottom of round 2.
    58. Baltimore Ravens WR Jerrel Jernigan
    - Jerniganís speed and quickness should play off of Boldin and Mason in the slot, a poor manís Harvin.
    59. Atlanta Falcons RB Kendall Hunter
    - Turner is aging and they would like to add speed at the RB position. Hunter is the perfect complement to spell Turner and also play on passing downs with his great pas protection.
    60. New England Patriots RB Daniel Thomas
    - Thomas can be a 3-down RB with his ability to catch the ball, pass protect and pound the ball inside
    61. San Diego Chargers TE Kyle Rudolph
    - San Diegoís offense is different when Gates is injured, and Gates has been injured too often and with his age climbing, expect the same. Rudolph will be Gates understudy and allow Norv to run some 2 TE sets.
    62. Chicago Bears WR Greg Little
    - This year really showed a lack of a number 1. Little is a lot like Hicks of the Giants, though Little couldnít show it with being suspended but he has the speed and size to get downfield and allow Knox to be a more natural #2.
    63. Pittsburgh Steelers OG Clint Boling
    - OL is a nig need and Boling will either play RG or RT, a smart, tough, versatile lineman
    64. Green Bay Packers OG Rodney Hudson
    - Colledge is all but out the door and Hudson will be given the 1st opportunity to replace him.
    Patriots Draft 2015
    1. CB - Marcus Peters
    2. WR - Sammie Coates
    3. RB - David Johnson
    3. DT - Angelo Blackson
    4. OG - Tre Jackson
    4. DE - Za'Darius Smith
    5. LB - Ben Heeney
    6. TE - Wes Saxton
    7. OG - Jose Matais

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    65. Carolina Panthers TE Luke Stocker
    - Carolina hasn't had a threat at TE since the last days of Walls. Rivera knows the importance of a TE while with San Diego.
    66. Cincinnati Bengals SS DeAndre McDaniels
    - Roy Williams is out, don't be surprised if McDaniels is a 16 game starter
    67. Denver Broncos OT Marcus Gilbert
    - They will allow Ryan Harris walk and Gilbert brings more run blocking that fits Fox.
    68. Buffalo Bills CB Johnny Patrick
    - Drayton is a FA and both McKelvin and McGee have been ok when not injured.
    69. Arizona Cardinals CB Curtis Brown
    - Both Tolner and DRC need help and someone to push them for their jobs
    70. Cleveland Browns DE Pernell McPhee
    - McPhee is good value in round 3 and ease the transition, imo McPhee can play both sides
    71. Dallas Cowboys FS Quinton Carter
    - Carter is a playmaker and brings a vocal leadership to a backfield that needs it.
    72. New Orleans Saints OLB Bruce Carter
    - A borderline first round talent fallen because of injury, Carter could start OLB
    73. Houston Texans NT Kendric Ellis
    - NT's are hard to find, Ellis fits that piece their line is missing.
    74. New England Patriots G/C Jon Moffitt
    - Another Badger showed good feet and versatility at Sr bowls
    75. Detroit Lions OLB Mason Foster
    - Foster should easily win either OLB spot and make a difference on a needy team.
    76. San Francisco 49ers QB Christian Ponder
    - Flynn isn't the only option for the future, Ponder has the talent to be that guy.
    77. Tennessee Titans DE Jabaal Sheard
    - Undersized but relentless can get after the QB, needed as Babin has 1 foot out the door
    78. St Louis Rams RB DeMarco Murray
    - DeMarco is the perfect complimentary player to spell Jackson.
    79. Miami Dolphins RB Shane Vereen
    - Short, Fast and thick Vereen will bring some speed to a slow team, can he carry the load?
    80. Jacksonville Jaguars FS Ahmad Black
    - Filling another big need with a playmaker who plays bigger than his size
    81. Oakland Raiders CB Davon House
    - Talented, fast but thin; will it be his job to replace an all-pro?
    82. San Diego Chargers RB Jacquizz Rodgers
    - The perfect compliment for Blount just gives Freeman another weapon
    83. New York Giants OLB Mark Herzlich
    - Still looking to improve the LB depth, Herz could potentially be a huge steal
    84. Tampa Bay Bucs CB Rashard Carmichael
    - Barber can't play forever, Carmichael is a feisty understudy
    85. Philadelphia Eagles DT Jurrell Casey
    - Casey is the type of penetrator that Washburn likes.
    86. Kansas City Chiefs OT Jah Reid
    - RT is in need of an upgrade, Jah Reid reminds me of Kareem McKenzie
    87. Indianapolis Colts WR Vincent Brown
    - Savvy and sure handed Brown can add depth and be a starter down the road.
    88. New Orleans Saints DT Terrell McClain
    - Showed in the all-star garmes he can compete with the bigger competition
    89. San Diego Chargers MLB Kevin Sheppard
    - Both Barnett and Cooper are FA's, Sheppard has the size and showed sideline speed
    90. Baltimore Ravens DE Cedric Thornton
    - Long armed and very quick first step can compete for starter opposite Ngata
    91. Atlanta Falcons OT James Carpenter
    - Showed he can play LT , can also play some OG for a team seriously needing some depth
    92. New England Patriots WR Tandon Doss
    - Doesnít play to his size, but is quick and savvy and should put pressure on their younger WRís
    93. Chicago Bears CB Jalil Brown
    - The long armed press corner is similar to Tillman and will compete with Jennings and Bowman to start.
    94. New York Jets DE Marvin Austin
    - First round talent, 4th round laziness. Rex can fire this guy up and could be a steal in his system.
    95. Pittsburgh Steelers MLB Nate Irving
    - James Farrior canít play forever and Irving is a good understudy for the future
    96. Green Bay Packers WR Austin Pettis
    - James Jones is a FA and Driver might hang it up, Pettis is very similar to Nelson


    97. Carolina Panthers DT Jarvis Jenkins
    - DT is a major need and Jenkins is very good value here teaming up with former teammate Bowers.
    98. New England Patriots OLB Jeremy Beal
    - Beal fits the mold that BB likes in his 34 OLBís and should form a good rotation with Cunningham, Banta-Cain and Kerrgian.
    99. Buffalo Bills G/T DeMarcus Love
    - DeMarcus had an awful Sr bowl but the guy is nasty and long armed, will be looked at as their future RT or RG.
    100. Cincinnati Bengals RB Delone Carter
    - Benson is up in the air about returning for the right money and they have no workhorse behind him.
    101. Cleveland Browns OT Lee Ziembra
    - Ziembra fits the scheme Shurmur wants and should fit in and compete for the RT spot.
    102. Arizona Cardinals WR Cecil Shorts
    - Fitz might bolt and they have no plans to re-sign Breaston
    103. Philadelphia Eagles OT Chris Hairston
    - RT is always being looked to upgrade and should be out Dunlap for the back-up RT and possibly future starter.
    104. Houston Texans CB Chykie Brown
    - Staying in Texas Brown could battle for a major role on a defense in need of help.
    105. Minnesota Vikings SS Robert Sands
    - SS is in need of upgrading and Sands has the size to play line and the speed to play back
    106. Detroit Lions G/C William Rackley
    - Smart OT who will move inside gives Detroit more talent and depth along a shaky unit
    107. San Francisco 49ers DE Lawrence Guy
    - Guy has the frame to play the 5-tech in a 3-4 and add beef to a much needed line.
    108. Tennessee Titans OLB Dontay Moch
    - OLB is a need and Moch reminds me on Boley as an undersized Strong side who can get to the QB
    109. Dallas Cowboys MLB Quan Sturdivant
    - Brooking has 1 year left and Sturdivant should be able team with Lee for years.
    110. Miami Dolphins QB Ricky Stanzi
    - Henne was almost run out of town and will get another chance with new weapons, but Stanzi could be the future.
    111. St Louis Rams OG Andrew Jackson
    - Jackson is a poor manís Logan Mankins and should be a starter at either guard spot by years end
    112. Oakland Raiders DE Sam Acho
    - Look for Oakland to move him to OLB on running downs and bring him to the line on passing downs.
    113. Jacksonville Jaguars WR Nile Paul
    - Walker showed he cannot be depended on as a #1 and Toliver has everything to be a #1 if he develops.
    114. San Francisco 49ers DT Sione Fua
    - They are letting Franklin test FA and Fua who played nose at Stanford knows the system already.
    115. Tampa Bay Bucs TE Lance Kendricks
    - Kendricks will learn under Winslow for a year or 2 before being the starter of the future
    116. New York Giants C Jake Kirkpatrick
    - They need to start looking for a replacement for Shaun OíHara, Kirkpatrick improved everyday at the Sr bowl
    117. Philadelphia Eagles FB Stanley Havili
    - Havili fits what Reid likes in his FBís and is cheaper and more athletic than the FB currently on the roster
    118. Indianapolis Colts S/CB Eric Hagg
    - Hagg brings size and versatility to a small defense with questions a S. Hagg can play both safety spots and nickel corner
    119. Jacksonville Jaguars OLB Chris Carter
    - Former end is climbing charts as a strong side who can get at the QB on passing downs
    120. Buffalo Bills TE DJ Williams
    - Gailey likes to get creative with his offenses and Williams has the speed and quickness to create mismatches
    121. Baltimore Ravens CB Kendric Burney
    - Burney is a quick and feisty corner who knows how to get his hands on the ball and should replace Washington as the nicel
    122. Atlanta Falcons DE Greg Romeus
    - Romeus should replace Anderson and able to apply more pressure on the QB as well as support the run
    123. Seattle Seahawks G/T Jason Pinkston
    - Pinkston will find a home at RT or OG and should fit nicely in Cableís system, could end up a starter.
    124. Chicago Bears LB Colin McCarthy
    - McCarthy should be able to play and add depth to all 3 spots in Chicago, could compete for the strong side
    125. New York Jets S Will Hill
    - Very talented but very troubled, fits the Jets, both FS are FAís
    126. Pittsburgh Steelers FS Deunta Williams
    - Ryan Clark canít maintain his play and depth is needed. Williams is very good value here.
    127. Green Bay Packers RB Taiwan Jones
    - Will replace what Brand Jackson was able to do on passing downs.


    128. Carolina Panthers CB Richard Sherman
    - This could be the last season for Gamble and corner depth needs size
    129. Buffalo Bills MLB Casey Matthews
    - Can add some weight and be one of those fan favorites underrated players
    130. Cincinnati Bengals DE Pierre Allen
    - Odom is not the same player he was 2 years ago and carries a high cap number, Allen rotates with Dunlap and Johnson
    131. Tampa Bay Bucs FS Jaiquawn Jarrett
    - Coverage in the backfield was missing all year, Jarrett is a little unknown but can surprise some people.
    132. Arizona Cardinals OT James Brewer
    - Brewster isnít as ready as Safold but did flash at times and could be looked at to replace Brown in the near future.
    133. Cleveland Browns CB Chimdi Chekwa
    - Looks like Eric Wright will be playing elsewhere, staying in state Chimdi should be a good fit for their new defense.
    134. Houston Texans WR Jeremy Kerley
    - Kerley will compete to return kicks, punts and could see some time in the slot.
    135. Minnesota Vikings WR Terrance Toliver
    - They need a 3rd WR and insurance that Rice is fully healthy, if Toliver hits his stride, this is a steal
    136. Detroit Lions LB Greg Jones
    - Jones has fallen, he might have to play the weakside and staying in state should help motivate prove his critics wrong.
    137. San Francisco 49ers FS Jeron Johnson
    - San Fran has been looking for consistency from their safeties for a few years now
    138. Tennessee Titans OG Steve Schilling
    - The running game is important to Tennessee and Schilling will add talent and depth on the interior that struggled
    139. Dallas Cowboys RB Roy Helu
    - Either Barber or Choice will be shown the door.
    140. Washington Redskins DE David Carter
    - Carter has the size and frame to play outside in a 3-4 giving Washington much needed youth
    141. St Louis Rams OLB KJ Wright
    - Both strong and weakside is looking for an upgrade. Wright adds pass rush ability from the strongside.
    142. Miami Dolphins NT Jerrell Powe
    - NT is yet another need unless they move Starks back to the nose.
    143. Jacksonville Jaguars SS Da'Norris Searcy
    - They upgraded at free safety now they look at upgrading at strong safety, Searcy will battle Greene.
    144. Oakland Raiders C Kristofer O'Dowd
    - Center is a need and Al Davis likes tough local boys.
    145. Philadelphia Eagles OLB Lawrence Wilson
    - Ernie Sims wasnít the answer at WLB
    146. Minnesota Vikings RB Jordan Todman
    - Todman is the perfect passing down complement
    147. Kansas City Chiefs C Brandon Fusco
    - Weigman is hanging them up and they are looking to bolster a thin line
    148. Kansas City Chiefs OLB Bruce Miller
    - Will battle Sheffield and Studebaker for the spot opposite of Hali
    149. Indianapolis Colts RB Bilal Powell
    - Addai is a FA, Brown has been a disappointment and Hart is not a playmaker. Powell is very underrated at this point.
    150. Washington Redskins OLB Mario Addison
    - Carter was a failed attempt at OLB in the 3-4. Addison follows the other coming from Troy
    151. Seattle Seahawks WR Greg Salas
    - Salas brings size, route running and hands
    152. Seattle Seahawks DE Brandon Bair
    - Bair is flying under the radar and can become a decent LDE down the road
    153. Atlanta Falcons CB Shareece Wright
    - More bodies are needed despite signing Robinson, Wright is good at pressing with good size
    154. New England Patriots S/CB Marcus Gilchrist
    - Gilchrist has the mentality of a Patriot and his long arms, tackling and ability to cover the slot will allow Merriweather to walk after next season.
    155. Chicago Bears DT Martin Parker
    - He will not be a starter in this league imo, but he will be for Chicago what Atkins was for Cincy last year.
    156. New York Jets TE Lee Smith
    - They need a TE that is more like a tackle, and Smith showed he can help in the passing game
    157. Pittsburgh Steelers OT Joseph Barksdale
    - Colon should be resign and Barksdale is insurance, good develop on left side, but better suited on right side
    158. Green Bay Packers DE Adrian Taylor
    - Jenkins could be gone and though they drafted Neal last year more bodies are needed.
    Patriots Draft 2015
    1. CB - Marcus Peters
    2. WR - Sammie Coates
    3. RB - David Johnson
    3. DT - Angelo Blackson
    4. OG - Tre Jackson
    4. DE - Za'Darius Smith
    5. LB - Ben Heeney
    6. TE - Wes Saxton
    7. OG - Jose Matais

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    • #3
      I'm sorry but Kaepernick to the Skins at #10 is the most horrendous pick I've ever seen.

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      • #4
        I hope Dalton doesn't go second round... And the fact you have Kaepernick #10 overall to the Skins over AJ Green, or over about 40 other players in fact, is so stupid it is mystifying.

        Bonekrusher.

        Originally posted by JordanTaber
        Football...it's rocket surgery now, folks.

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        • #5
          Newton = fail

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          • #6
            Originally posted by prock View Post
            I hope Dalton doesn't go second round... And the fact you have Kaepernick #10 overall to the Skins over AJ Green, or over about 40 other players in fact, is so stupid it is mystifying.
            Don't underestimate the ability for a QB to climb. Phillip Rivers, Josh Freeman, Jay Cutler, Jamarcus Russell, Vince Young...you can keep going...all these guys were not first round material at the end of the college season. Im taking a chance and the kid could blow up at the combine. I am not saying this is where I have him ranked

            Look at Alualu, nothing is mystifying in the NFL draft and if you think otherwise then you don't know the NFL draft
            Patriots Draft 2015
            1. CB - Marcus Peters
            2. WR - Sammie Coates
            3. RB - David Johnson
            3. DT - Angelo Blackson
            4. OG - Tre Jackson
            4. DE - Za'Darius Smith
            5. LB - Ben Heeney
            6. TE - Wes Saxton
            7. OG - Jose Matais

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            • #7
              Nice first three picks for New England. I don't see Daniel Thomas though. Tall running backs don't last long, especially when they're slow, have ball security issues, run upright, and can't block. DeMarco Murray would work better there - great blocker, lots of experience catching the ball, would be protected by being in a three-back committee. Moffitt is good. I don't know if the Patriots would draft a guy like Doss in the third round - if they go wide receiver, I'd guess it's more of a veteran mentor who can hold down the fort for a while so guys like Tate/Price can develop, similar to what they tried with Holt last year. Kendric Burney seems like someone they'd like there. Beal is a good pick. Nice job overall.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by RWills View Post
                Don't underestimate the ability for a QB to climb. Phillip Rivers, Josh Freeman, Jay Cutler, Jamarcus Russell, Vince Young...you can keep going...all these guys were not first round material at the end of the college season. Im taking a chance and the kid could blow up at the combine. I am not saying this is where I have him ranked

                Look at Alualu, nothing is mystifying in the NFL draft and if you think otherwise then you don't know the NFL draft
                Are you kidding me? VY, Jamarcus, Rivers, Cutler, Freeman weren't first round picks at the end of the season? Really the only guy on that list who wasn't slated as a first rounder pre workouts is Freeman and he was in that early 2nd range. Right now I don't know anyone who has Kaepernick as a first day pick and defenitely not over Locker as much of a Locker hater I am.

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                • #9
                  KC needs to get an OLB sooner then the 5th round.and WTF is our 4th round pick?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by SeanTaylorRIP View Post
                    Are you kidding me? VY, Jamarcus, Rivers, Cutler, Freeman weren't first round picks at the end of the season? Really the only guy on that list who wasn't slated as a first rounder pre workouts is Freeman and he was in that early 2nd range. Right now I don't know anyone who has Kaepernick as a first day pick and defenitely not over Locker as much of a Locker hater I am.
                    VY and Jamarcus were 3rd round until the bowl game and sealed top picks with their workouts. Rivers and Cutler were not a first until after their Sr bowl performances. Go way back and look it up
                    Patriots Draft 2015
                    1. CB - Marcus Peters
                    2. WR - Sammie Coates
                    3. RB - David Johnson
                    3. DT - Angelo Blackson
                    4. OG - Tre Jackson
                    4. DE - Za'Darius Smith
                    5. LB - Ben Heeney
                    6. TE - Wes Saxton
                    7. OG - Jose Matais

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by SeanTaylorRIP View Post
                      I'm sorry but Kaepernick to the Skins at #10 is the most horrendous pick I've ever seen.
                      ha i stopped reading as soon as i saw that.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by RWills View Post
                        VY and Jamarcus were 3rd round until the bowl game and sealed top picks with their workouts. Rivers and Cutler were not a first until after their Sr bowl performances. Go way back and look it up
                        Bowl games and Senior bowl are done. Cutler and Rivers were already in first round discussion, maybe they helped their status especially Cutler at the combine, but his combine performance did not put him in the first round. Kaepernick is not going to rise to top 10 purely on workouts given his uneven senior bowl especially. I'd go as to say that at this point most teams don't even have him on their top 70 or so players.

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                        • #13
                          Kerrigan, Carimi, Heyward, Moffit, and Beal would be an unbelievable haul for New England. That might be my favorite Pats mock because of that core group, all of those guys would fill big needs and are great talents. I agree that Daniel Thomas is iffy at the end of the second like ROP said, I would take a receiver like Greg Little there instead. Overall though that is an amazing Pats mock.

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                          • #14
                            27. Atlanta Falcons -WR- Titus Young
                            - Young will be what they hoped Douglas would be and also allow Jenkins to leave via FA. Falcons can also look at the offensive line as well with 4 starters due for FA.
                            good pick. reasoning good, except that Jenkins has 2 years left on his contract.
                            59. Atlanta Falcons RB Kendall Hunter
                            - Turner is aging and they would like to add speed at the RB position. Hunter is the perfect complement to spell Turner and also play on passing downs with his great pass protection.
                            good pick.
                            91. Atlanta Falcons OT James Carpenter
                            - Showed he can play LT , can also play some OG for a team seriously needing some depth
                            good pick. we need depth at OG? tell Mike Johnson and Joe Hawley that.
                            122. Atlanta Falcons DE Greg Romeus
                            - Romeus should replace Anderson and able to apply more pressure on the QB as well as support the run
                            good pick
                            153. Atlanta Falcons CB Shareece Wright
                            - More bodies are needed despite signing Robinson, Wright is good at pressing with good size
                            good pick. any earlier would be bad for CB.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by RWills View Post
                              32. Green Bay Packers -LB- Akeem Ayers
                              - Desmond Bishop is the only guaranteed returner in the middle and they have nobody on the opposite side of Matthews. Ayers has the ability to play the inside and outside in a 3-4. A 5-tech and OL is also needed as well.
                              I don't think many Packer fans will love this pick, but the reasoning is solid. We could use a versatile OLB, but there are questions about his physicality. I guess if Greene can get 4 sacks out of Zombo and 3 sacks out of Walden, what could he do with a guy that actually has some elite athletic ability?

                              Originally posted by RWills View Post
                              64. Green Bay Packers OG Rodney Hudson
                              - Colledge is all but out the door and Hudson will be given the 1st opportunity to replace him.
                              Nice pick. Would be an improvement over Colledge. In year one Lang might give him a run but by year two I would expect he'd be the starter.

                              Originally posted by RWills View Post
                              96. Green Bay Packers WR Austin Pettis
                              - James Jones is a FA and Driver might hang it up, Pettis is very similar to Nelson
                              Sounds actually more similar to Jones but with better hands/concentration. Hoping to get a little bit more flat out speed at WR, but Pettis does seem to fit the mold that McCarthy and TT like in their WRs.


                              Originally posted by RWills View Post
                              127. Green Bay Packers RB Taiwan Jones
                              - Will replace what Brand Jackson was able to do on passing downs.
                              Like it. Third down back with some real speed, plus immediate upgrade at PR/KR.

                              Originally posted by RWills View Post
                              158. Green Bay Packers DE Adrian Taylor
                              - Jenkins could be gone and though they drafted Neal last year more bodies are needed.
                              Don't know much about him, but some quick searches tell me he'd be ranked higher if not for injury concerns. Seems like good value.
                              bow ties are

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