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    *Just a note but I had to do some mad shuffling when I realize during the 5th round of my mock that I hadnít used Mike Pouncey yet. Might have affected some other picks. Also Team draft summaryís/analysis at the bottom of the page if you donít want to skim through the whole mock.

    First Round:

    1) Carolina (2-14) Cam Newton/QB/Auburn
    2) Denver (4-12) Marcell Dareus/DT/Alabama
    3) Buffalo (4-12) Patrick Peterson/DB/LSU
    4) Cincinnati (4-12) Nick Fairley/DT/Auburn
    5) Arizona (5-11) Von Miller/OLB/Texas A&M
    6) Cleveland (5-11) Robert Quinn/DE/North Carolina
    7) San Francisco (6-10) Prince Amukamara/CB/Nebraska
    8 )Tennessee (6-10) DaQuan Bowers/DE/Clemson
    9) Dallas (6-10) J.J. Watt/DE/Wisconsin
    10) Washington (6-10) A.J. Green/WR/Georgia
    11) Houston (6-10) Julio Jones/WR/Alabama
    12) Minnesota (6-10) Blaine Gabbert/QB/Missouri
    13) Detroit (6-10) Tyron Smith/OT/USC
    14) St. Louis (7-9) Aldon Smith/DE/Missouri
    15) Miami (7-9) Mark Ingram/RB/Alabama
    16) Jacksonville (8-8) Cam Jordan/DE/Cal
    17) New England - from Oakland (8-8) Ryan Kerrigan/OLB/Purdue
    18 ) San Diego (9-7) Cameron Heyward/DE/Ohio State
    19) New York Giants (10-6) Nate Solder/OT/Colorado
    20) Tampa Bay (10-6) Justin Houston/DE/Georgia
    21) Kansas City* (10-6) Phil Taylor/NT/Baylor
    22) Indianapolis* (10-6) Derek Sherrod/OT/Mississippi State
    23) Philadelphia* (10-6) Jimmy Smith/CB/Colorado
    24) New Orleans* (11-5) Stephen Paea/DT/Oregon State
    25) Seattle* (7-9) Jake Locker/QB/Washington
    26) Baltimore* (12-4) Martez Wilson/LB/Illinois
    27) Atlanta* (13-3) Brandon Harris/CB/Miami
    28 ) New England* (14-2) Adrian Clayborne/DE/Iowa
    29) Chicago* (11-5) Gabe Carimi/OT/Wisconsin
    30) New York Jets* (11-5) Akeem Ayers/OLB/UCLA
    31) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Ben Ijalana/OL/Villanova
    32) Green Bay* (10-6) Brooks Reed/OLB/Arizona

    2nd Round

    33) New England - from Carolina (2-14) Anthony Costanzo/OT/Boston College
    34) Buffalo (4-12) Christian Ballard/DE/Iowa
    35) Cincinnati (4-12) Mikel Leshoure/RB/Illinois
    36) Denver (4-12) Mason Foster/LB/Washington
    37) Cleveland (5-11) Torrey Smith/WR/Maryland
    38 ) Arizona (5-11) Kyle Rudolph/TE/Notre Dame
    39) Tennessee (6-10) Christian Ponder/QB/Florida State
    40) Dallas (6-10) Aaron Williams/DB/Texas
    41) Washington (6-10) Muhammad Wilkerson/DE/Temple
    42) Houston (6-10) Ras-I Dowling/DB/Virginia
    43) Minnesota (6-10) Clint Boling/OL/Georgia
    44) Detroit (6-10) Danny Watkins/G/Baylor
    45) San Francisco (6-10) Marcus Cannon/OL/TCU
    46) Denver - from Miami (7-9) Curtis Brown/CB/Texas
    47) St. Louis (7-9) Bruce Carter/OLB/North Carolina
    48 ) Oakland (8-8) Stefen Wisniewski/C/Penn State
    49) Jacksonville (8-8) Kelvin Sheppard/LB/LSU
    50) San Diego (9-7) Orlando Franklin/OT/Miami
    51) Tampa Bay (10-6) Allen Bailey/DL/Miami
    52) New York Giants (10-6) Corey Liuget/DT/Illinois
    53) Indianapolis* (10-6) Drake Nevis/DT/LSU
    54) Philadelphia* (10-6) Mike Pouncey/G/Florida
    55) Kansas City* (10-6) Leonard Hankerson/WR/Miami
    56) New Orleans* (11-5) Quan Sturdivant/LB/North Carolina
    57) Seattle* (7-9) Chykie Brown/CB/Texas
    58 ) Baltimore* (12-4) Brandon Burton/CB/Utah
    59) Atlanta* (13-3) Titus Young/WR/Boise State
    60) New England* (14-2) Randall Cobb/WR/Kentucky
    61) San Diego - from New York Jets* (11-5) Jabaal Sheard /OLB/Pitt
    62) Chicago* (11-5) Marvin Austin/DT/North Carolina
    63) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Rahim Moore/FS/UCLA
    64) Green Bay* (10-6) Jonathan Baldwin/WR/Pitt

    3rd Round

    65) Carolina (2-14) Sam Acho/DE/Texas
    66) Cincinnati (4-12) Ryan Mallett/QB/Arkansas
    67) Denver (4-12) Pernell Mcphee/DE/Missippi State
    68 ) Buffalo (4-12) Chris Carter/OLB/Fresno State
    69) Arizona (5-11) Nate Irving/LB/NC State
    70) Cleveland (5-11) Tyler Sash/S/Iowa
    71) Dallas (6-10) Kendrick Ellis/DT/Hampton
    72) New Orleans - from Washington (6-10) Mark Herzlich/LB/Boston College
    73) Houston (6-10) Lawrence Guy/DE/Arizona State
    74) New England - from Minnesota (6-10) Andrew Jackson/G/Fresno State
    75) Detroit (6-10) Duenta Williams/S/North Carolina
    76) San Francisco (6-10) Marcus Gilchrist/S/Clemson
    77) Tennessee (6-10) Deandre McDaniel/S/Clemson
    78 ) St. Louis (7-9) Greg Little/WR/North Carolina
    79) Miami (7-9) Dwayne Harris/WR/ECU
    80) Jacksonville (8-8) Quinton Carter/S/Oklahoma
    81) Oakland (8-8) Dontay Moch/OLB/Nevada
    82) San Diego (9-7) Greg Jones/LB/Michigan State
    83) New York Giants (10-6) Ryan Williams/RB/Virginia Tech
    84) Tampa Bay (10-6) James Carpenter/OT/Alabama
    85) Philadelphia* (10-6) K.J. Wright/LB/Mississippi State
    86) Kansas City* (10-6) Ugo Chinasa/OLB/Oklahoma State
    87) Indianapolis* (10-6) Rodney Hudson/C/G/Florida State
    88 ) New Orleans* (11-5) Will Rackley/OG/Lehigh
    89) San Diego - from Seattle* (7-9) Jerell Powe/DT/Ole Miss
    90) Baltimore* (12-4) Jerel Jernigan/WR/Troy
    91) Atlanta* (13-3) Greg Romeus/DE/Pitt
    92) New England* (14-2) Sione Fua/DL/Stanford
    93) Chicago* (11-5) John Moffitt/OG/Wisconsin
    94) New York Jets* (11-5) Edmond Gates/WR/Abilene Christian
    95) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Rock Carmichael/CB/Virginia Tech
    96) Green Bay* (10-6) Johnny Patrick/CB/Louisville

    4th Round

    97) Carolina (2-14) Jurrell Casey/DT/USC
    98 ) Seattle - from New England via Denver (4-12) Darvin Adams/WR/Auburn
    99) Buffalo (4-12) Luke Stocker/TE/Tennessee
    100) Cincinnati (4-12) Tandon Doss/WR/Indiana
    101) Cleveland (5-11) Jordan Todman/RB/UCONN
    102) Arizona (5-11) Austin Pettis/WR/Boise State
    103) Philadelphia - from Washington (6-10) Delone Carter/RB/Syracuse
    104) Houston (6-10) Steven Friday/OLB/Virginia Tech
    105) Minnesota (6-10) Jaicqwan Jarrett/S/Temple
    106) Detroit (6-10) Jalil Brown/CB/Colorado
    107) San Francisco (6-10) Shane Vereen/RB/Cal
    108 ) Tennessee (6-10) Kristofer OíDowd/C/USC
    109) Dallas (6-10) Chimidi Chekwa/CB/Ohio State
    110) Miami (7-9) Colin Kaepernick/QB/Nevada
    111) St. Louis (7-9) Daniel Thomas/RB/Kansas State
    112) Oakland (8-8) Curtis Marsh/CB/Utah State
    113) Jacksonville (8-8) Vincent Brown/WR/San Diego State
    114) San Francisco - from San Diego (9-7) Ricky Stanzi/QB/Iowa
    115) Tampa Bay (10-6) Derrick Locke/RB/Kentucky
    116) New York Giants (10-6) Lance Kendricks/TE/Wisconsin
    117) Kansas City* (10-6) Lee Ziemba/OT/Auburn
    118 ) Indianapolis* (10-6) Jeron Johnson/S/Boise State
    119) Philadelphia* (10-6) Rick Elmore/DE/Arizona
    120) Jacksonville - from New Orleans* (11-5) Greg McElroy/QB/Alabama
    121) Buffalo - from Seattle* (7-9) Jason Pinkston/OT/Pitt
    122) Baltimore* (12-4) Marcus Gilbert/OT/Florida
    123) Atlanta* (13-3) Scott Lutrus/LB/Uconn
    124) New England* (14-2) Kendall Hunter/RB/Oklahoma State
    125) New York Jets* (11-5) Brandon Blair/DE/Oregon
    126) Chicago* (11-5) DeMarco Murray/RB/Oklahoma
    127) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Dion Lewis/RB/Pitt
    128 ) Green Bay* (10-6) Jarvis Jenkins/DE/Clemson

    5th Round

    129) Carolina (2-14) D.J. Williams/TE/Arkansas
    130) Buffalo (4-12) Nathan Enderle/QB/Idaho
    131) Cincinnati (4-12) Stephen Schilin/G/Michigan
    132) Tampa Bay - from Denver (4-12) Colin McCarthy/LB/Miami
    133) Arizona (5-11) Kendric Burney/CB/North Carolina
    134) Cleveland (5-11) Shareece Wright/CB/USC
    135) Houston (6-10) Ian Williams/NT/Notre Dame
    136) Minnesota (6-10) Terrence Tolliver/WR/LSU
    137) Detroit (6-10) Davon House/CB/New Mexico State
    138 ) San Francisco (6-10) Lawrence Wilson/OLB/Uconn
    139) Tennessee (6-10) Shiloh Keo/S/Idaho
    140) Dallas (6-10) James Brewer/OT/Indiana
    141) Washington (6-10) Andy Dalton/QB/TCU
    142) St. Louis (7-9) Robert Sands/S/West Virginia
    143) Miami (7-9) Eric Hagg/S/Nebraska
    144) Jacksonville (8-8) Keith Williams/G/Nebraska
    145) Oakland (8-8) Niles Paul/WR/Nebraska
    146) Philadelphia - from San Diego (9-7) Adrian Moten/LB/Maryland
    147) Minnesota - from New York Giants (10-6) Brandon Fusco/C/Slippery Rock
    148 ) Tampa Bay (10-6) Owen Marecic/FB/Stanford
    149) Indianapolis* (10-6) Justin Rogers/CB/Richmond
    150) Philadelphia* (10-6) Tyrod Taylor/QB/Virginia Tech
    151) Kansas City* (10-6) Greg Salas/WR/Hawaii
    152) Washington - from New Orleans* (11-5) Alex Linnenkohl/C/Oregon State
    153) Seattle* (7-9) Derek Newton/OT/Arkansas State
    154) Baltimore* (12-4) Casey Matthews/LB/Oregon
    155) Atlanta* (13-3) Jacquizz Rodgers/RB/Oregon State
    156) New England* (14-2) Jake Kirkpatrick/C/TCU
    157) Chicago* (11-5) DaíNorris Searcy/S/North Carolina
    158 ) New York Jets* (11-5) Chris Nield/NT/West Virginia
    159) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Zane Parr/DE/Virginia
    160) Green Bay* (10-6) Taiwan Jones/RB/Eastern Washington

    6th Round

    161) Carolina (2-14) Deandre Brown/WR/Southern Miss
    162) Cincinnati (4-12) Ahmad Black/S/Florida
    163) Cleveland - from Denver (4-12) DeMarcus Van Dyke/CB/Miami
    164) Buffalo (4-12) Alex Wujciak/LB/Maryland
    165) Cleveland (5-11) Joseph Barksdale/OT/LSU
    166) Arizona (5-11) Pat Devlin/QB/Delaware
    167) Minnesota (6-10) Doug Hogue/LB/Syracuse
    168 ) Seattle - from Detroit (6-10) Brandon Hogan/CB/West Virginia
    169) San Francisco (6-10) Cliff Matthews/DE/South Carolina
    170) Tennessee (6-10) Rob Housler/TE/Florida Atlantic
    171) Dallas (6-10) Cheta Ozougwu/DE/OLB/Rice
    172) Washington (6-10) Greg Lloyd/LB/Uconn
    173) Houston (6-10) Virgil Green/TE/Nevada
    174) Miami (7-9) Zach Hurd/OG/OT/Uconn
    175) St. Louis (7-9) Martin Parker/DT/Richmond
    176) Oakland (8-8) Brian Rolle/LB/Ohio State
    177) Jacksonville (8-8) Will Hill/S/Florida
    178 ) San Diego (9-7) Cecil Shorts/WR/Mount Union
    179) Detroit - from Philadelphia via Tampa Bay (10-6) Armon Binns/WR/Cincinnati
    180) New York Giants (10-6) Ross Homan/LB/Ohio State
    181) Philadelphia* (10-6) Alex Henery/K/Nebraska
    182) Kansas City* (10-6) Jeremy Beal/OLB/Oklahoma
    183) Indianapolis* (10-6) Allen Bradford/RB/USC
    184) Denver - from New England via New Orleans* (11-5) Mario Fannin/RB/Auburn
    185) San Francisco - from Seattle* (7-9) Jeremy Kerley/WR/TCU
    186) Baltimore* (12-4) Tim Barnes/C/Missouri
    187) Atlanta* (13-3) Jordan Cameron/TE/USC
    188 ) New England* (14-2) Daniel Kilgore/C/App State
    189) New York Jets* (11-5) Tori Gurley/WR/South Carolina
    190) Chicago* (11-5) Stephen Burton/WR/West Texas A&M
    191) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Mike Mohamed/ILB/Cal
    192) Green Bay* (10-6) Korey Lindsey/CB/Southern Illinois

    7th Round

    193) Green Bay - from Carolina (2-14) Noel Devine/RB/PR West Virginia
    194) Denver (4-12) Henry Hynoski/FB/Pitt
    195) Buffalo (4-12) Zac Etheridge/S/Auburn
    196) Cincinnati (4-12) Demarcus Love/OG/OT/Arkansas
    197) New York Jets - from Arizona (5-11) Ray Dominguez/OG/Arkansas
    198 ) Seattle - from Cleveland (5-11) Karl Klug/DT/Iowa
    199) San Francisco - from Detroit (6-10) Mario Addison/OLB/Troy
    200) San Francisco (6-10) Stanley Havili/FB/USC
    201) Tennessee (6-10) John Graves/DT/Virginia Tech
    Dallas (6-10)- Supplemental Draft
    202) Washington (6-10) Graig Cooper/RB/Miami
    203) Houston (6-10) Nate Williams/S/Washington
    204) Minnesota (6-10) Devon Torrence/CB/Ohio/State
    205) St. Louis (7-9) David Arkin/G/Missouri State
    206) Miami (7-9) Chris Walker/OLB/Tennessee
    207) Miami - from Jacksonville (8-8) Julius Thomas/TE/Portland State
    208 ) Oakland (8-8) Taylor Potts/QB/Texas Tech
    209) Dallas - from San Diego (9-7) Bruce Miller/ILB/Central Florida
    210) New York Giants (10-6) Jock Saunders/WR/KR/West Virginia
    211) Tampa Bay (10-6) Josh Thomas/CB/Buffalo
    212) Kansas City* (10-6) Markus White/OLB/Florida State
    213) Indianapolis* (10-6) Ryan Bartholomew/C/Syrause
    214) Baltimore - from Philadelphia* (10-6) DaRel Scott/RB/Maryland
    215) New Orleans* (11-5) Bilal Powell/RB/Louisville
    216) Seattle* (7-9) Alex Green/RB/Hawaii
    217) Baltimore* (12-4) Joe Morgan/WR/Walsh
    218 ) Atlanta* (13-3) Atlanta - from New England* (14-2) Derell Johnson-Koulianos/WR/Iowa
    Chicago* (11-5)- Supplemental Draft
    219) Detroit - from New York Jets* (11-5) D.J. Smith/LB/Appalachian State
    220) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Josh Portis/QB/ATH
    "MR Irrelevant"
    221) Green Bay* (10-6) Jeff Maehl/WR/Oregon

    Team Draft Summary:

    Arizona Cardinals
    5) Arizona (5-11) Von Miller/OLB/Texas A&M
    38:Arizona (5-11) Kyle Rudolph/TE/Notre Dame
    69) Arizona (5-11) Nate Irving/LB/NC State
    102) Arizona (5-11) Austin Pettis/WR/Boise State
    133) Arizona (5-11) Kendric Burney/CB/North Carolina
    166) Arizona (5-11) Pat Devlin/QB/Delaware

    Quick note: I think I covered the needs pretty well. Probably should have gone corner a bit earlier. Von Miler is perfect for what Zona is looking for, Rudolph is a good value, Iriving will be a solid backer especially in coverage. Devlin was good value in the 6th round. Burney has a ton of ability as well and could be a steal since his stock wonít be high.
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    Atlanta Falcons
    27) Atlanta* (13-3) Brandon Harris/CB/Miami
    59) Atlanta* (13-3) Titus Young/WR/Boise State
    91) Atlanta* (13-3) Greg Romeus/DE/Pitt
    123) Atlanta* (13-3) Scott Lutrus/LB/Uconn
    155) Atlanta* (13-3) Jacquizz Rodgers/RB/Oregon State
    187) Atlanta* (13-3) Jordan Cameron/TE/USC
    218 ) Atlanta* (13-3) Atlanta - from New England* (14-2) Derell Johnson-Koulianos/WR/Iowa

    Quick note: I guess the draft theme became giving weapons to Matt Ryan. Titus Young will stretch the field, Quizz is a nice change of pace to Turner and can provide as a returner. Cameron will be groomed as the future replacement for Gonzo, and Koulianos might make the roster if he keeps his head on straight. Also Brandon Harris and Romeus are potential impact defenders.
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    Baltimore Ravens

    26) Baltimore* (12-4) Martez Wilson/LB/Illinois
    58 ) Baltimore* (12-4) Brandon Burton/CB/Utah
    90) Baltimore* (12-4) Jerel Jernigan/WR/Troy
    122) Baltimore* (12-4) Marcus Gilbert/OT/Florida
    154) Baltimore* (12-4) Casey Matthews/LB/Oregon
    186) Baltimore* (12-4) Tim Barnes/C/Missouri
    214) Baltimore - from Philadelphia* (10-6) DaRel Scott/RB/Maryland
    217) Baltimore* (12-4) Joe Morgan/WR/Walsh

    Quick Note: I think I covered the bases pretty well. Looking back though didnít go D-line any of the picks which probably I should have. Wilson in the first gives you an immediate starter beside Ray. Burton is unlike any of the other corners on the roster, tall and rangy. Jernigan is the playmaker in space. Gilbert will compete for the RT spot. Matthews in the 5th is very good value and will provide depth. Possibly he and Wilson will be the future inside backers of the franchise. Barnes is a steal in the 6th if groomed properly has starter potential down the line. DaRel provides depth and insurance at the RB spot, and Joe Morgan is my quiet sleeper pick who can stretch the field vertically. I think he had one of the fastest 40 times at the combine. Crazy athlete, Illinois transfer. Reminds me of the Skins Anthony Armstrong.
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    Buffalo Bills
    3) Buffalo (4-12) Patrick Peterson/DB/LSU
    34) Buffalo (4-12) Christian Ballard/DE/Iowa
    68 )Buffalo (4-12) Chris Carter/OLB/Fresno State
    99) Buffalo (4-12) Luke Stocker/TE/Tennessee
    121) Buffalo - from Seattle* (7-9) Jason Pinkston/OT/Pitt
    130) Buffalo (4-12) Nathan Enderle/QB/Idaho
    164) Buffalo (4-12) Alex Wujciak/LB/Maryland
    195) Buffalo (4-12) Zac Etheridge/S/Auburn

    Quick Note: Struggled a bit with the first pick, wasnít sure to Dline or QB, but I think Peterson is too much of an impact player to pass on. IMO 4 of the 5 first picks could be rookie starters. Carter might take a little more development. The last two picks are guys who are high effort guys who are bound to make the roster as special team aces and possibly more.

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    Carolina Panthers

    1) Carolina (2-14) Cam Newton/QB/Auburn
    65) Carolina (2-14) Sam Acho/DE/Texas
    97) Carolina (2-14) Jurrell Casey/DT/USC
    129) Carolina (2-14) D.J. Williams/TE/Arkansas
    161) Carolina (2-14) Deandre Brown/WR/Southern Miss

    Quick Note: I know most Panthers fans will hate the first pick. Just my view on the whole situation, Jimmy Claussen is not going to be a franchise QB, plus you donít have that much invested in him, itís hard to pass on a potential franchise QB when there is no other clear cut #1 player. Plus at the very least Newton sells tickets. Acho is an impact rusher from the edge and Casey helps solidify the D-line. D.J. Williams is a potential starter who could be Camís safety blanket. Deandre Brown is a big bodied receiver with all of the ability in the world if he can stay healthy. Could potentially do some of the same things Mushin used to do.
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    Chicago Bears

    29) Chicago* (11-5) Gabe Carimi/OT/Wisconsin
    62) Chicago* (11-5) Marvin Austin/DT/North Carolina
    93) Chicago* (11-5) John Moffitt/OG/Wisconsin
    126) Chicago* (11-5) DeMarco Murray/RB/Oklahoma
    157) Chicago* (11-5) DaíNorris Searcy/S/North Carolina
    190) Chicago* (11-5) Stephen Burton/WR/West Texas A&M

    Quick Note: It was an ok mock for the Bears. Obviously Carimi and Moffitt are the gems of the draft for them and the Wisconsin teammates would help build some stability on that Chicago front line. Iím sure Austin is a curious pick but if he checks out well with the Chicago front office he is that kind of disruptive interior force that Harris once was. Murray in the 4th round is good value and brings an added dimension to the offense as does Burton. Searcy should make the roster.
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    Cincinnati Bengals

    4) Cincinnati (4-12) Nick Fairley/DT/Auburn
    35) Cincinnati (4-12) Mikel Leshoure/RB/Illinois
    66) Cincinnati (4-12) Ryan Mallett/QB/Arkansas
    100) Cincinnati (4-12) Tandon Doss/WR/Indiana
    131) Cincinnati (4-12) Stephen Schilin/G/Michigan
    162) Cincinnati (4-12) Ahmad Black/S/Florida
    196) Cincinnati (4-12) Demarcus Love/OG/OT/Arkansas

    Quick Note: First pick is obviously a bit controversial but on talent alone Fairley is the #1 player in this draft. Leshoure in the 2nd gives Cinci a featured back for the next 10 years. I know lots of Bengals fans hate Mallett, hate his fit in the offensive system but in the 3rd I canít see you passing him up. As a 3rd round pick heís not expected to do much immediately anyways. Let the coaches work on his footwork. You canít deny his arm though. Tandon Doss is a guy who I can see going as high as the 2nd, lacks top triangle numbers but has #1 potential. Ahmad Black did not test well at all but for a 6th rounder he is a steal if you look at his game film. Love is a guy who has dropped like a rock but for a 7th rounder worth taking a risk.
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    Cleveland Browns

    6) Cleveland (5-11) Robert Quinn/DE/North Carolina
    37) Cleveland (5-11) Torrey Smith/WR/Maryland
    70) Cleveland (5-11) Tyler Sash/S/Iowa
    101) Cleveland (5-11) Jordan Todman/RB/UCONN
    134) Cleveland (5-11) Shareece Wright/CB/USC
    163) Cleveland - from Denver (4-12) DeMarcus Van Dyke/CB/Miami
    165) Cleveland (5-11) Joseph Barksdale/OT/LSU

    Quick Note: I think itís a solid mock for the Browns. Obviously secondary was a big point in this one. Sash is solid in every facet, Wright and Van Dyke provide depth. Van Dyke can play those smaller slot receivers. Quinn is obviously a potentially franchise changing pick. Torrey Smith has #1 potential and is a huge vertical threat. Todman is a great contrast to Hillis. Barksdale in the 6th could grab that RT spot.
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    Dallas Cowboys

    9) Dallas (6-10) J.J. Watt/DE/Wisconsin
    40) Dallas (6-10) Aaron Williams/DB/Texas
    71) Dallas (6-10) Kendrick Ellis/DT/Hampton
    109) Dallas (6-10) Chimidi Chekwa/CB/Ohio State
    140) Dallas (6-10) James Brewer/OT/Indiana
    171) Dallas (6-10) Cheta Ozougwu/DE/OLB/Rice
    209) Dallas - from San Diego (9-7) Bruce Miller/ILB/Central Florida

    Quick Note: It was an ok mock for Dallas, looking back probably could have done better. Obviously defense was in focus here. Really the first 4 picks are all quality defenders. Not sure yet where I would play Williams. I still like him at corner but definitely FS is in the cards. Last 2 picks are special teams picks who could develop into positional roles down the line.
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    Denver Broncos

    2) Denver (4-12) Marcell Dareus/DT/Alabama
    36) Denver (4-12) Mason Foster/LB/Washington
    46) Denver - from Miami (7-9) Curtis Brown/CB/Texas
    67) Denver (4-12) Pernell Mcphee/DE/Missippi State
    184) Denver - from New England via New Orleans* (11-5) Mario Fannin/RB/Auburn
    194) Denver (4-12) Henry Hynoski/FB/Pitt

    Quick Note: Solid Denver mock. First two picks are instant starters. Curtis Brown is an extremely smooth corner. Fannin could surprise and take that HB job, and Hynoski is a great value in the 7th round as I have him as my #1 pure FB in the draft.
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    Detroit Lions

    13) Detroit (6-10) Tyron Smith/OT/USC
    44) Detroit (6-10) Danny Watkins/G/Baylor
    75) Detroit (6-10) Duenta Williams/S/North Carolina
    106) Detroit (6-10) Jalil Brown/CB/Colorado
    137) Detroit (6-10) Davon House/CB/New Mexico State
    179) Detroit - from Philadelphia via Tampa Bay (10-6) Armon Binns/WR/Cincinnati
    219) Detroit - from New York Jets* (11-5) D.J. Smith/LB/Appalachian State

    Quick Note: Iím sure a lot of Lions fans will hate the first pick but any time you land arguably the top tackle and guard in the draft you have to be happy. Kind of stuck because I didnít see a worthy corner at 13 and in the 2nd and 3rd rounds didnít see great value. Jalil and House are definitely good values in the 4th and 5th rounds.

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    Green Bay Packers

    32) Green Bay* (10-6) Brooks Reed/OLB/Arizona
    64) Green Bay* (10-6) Jonathan Baldwin/WR/Pitt
    96) Green Bay* (10-6) Johnny Patrick/CB/Louisville
    128 ) Green Bay* (10-6) Jarvis Jenkins/DE/Clemson
    160) Green Bay* (10-6) Taiwan Jones/RB/Eastern Washington
    192) Green Bay* (10-6) Korey Lindsey/CB/Southern Illinois
    193) Green Bay - from Carolina (2-14) Noel Devine/RB/PR West Virginia
    221) Green Bay* (10-6) Jeff Maehl/WR/Oregon

    Quick Note: I think this is a very solid draft for the defending champs. Iím not gonna lie I fell for the possibility of Reed and Matthews playing together. Still I do believe OLB is a huge need and not only depth and Reed could very well go before this. Baldwin is well worth the risk at the end of the 2nd. Even as he works on refining his route running immediately he will provide big play ability with the Rodgers deep ball. Patrick fits the mold of Packers DBís and Jenkins is a very good value at the end of the 4th. Jones is a potential steal in the 5th and is one of the more natural runners in the draft. Devine should make the team as a returner and guy you can move around Maehl could also surprise and make the roster or at least practice squad.
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    Houston Texans

    11) Houston (6-10) Julio Jones/WR/Alabama
    42) Houston (6-10) Ras-I Dowling/DB/Virginia
    73) Houston (6-10) Lawrence Guy/DE/Arizona State
    104) Houston (6-10) Steven Friday/OLB/Virginia Tech
    135) Houston (6-10) Ian Williams/NT/Notre Dame
    173) Houston (6-10) Virgil Green/TE/Nevada
    203) Houston (6-10) Nate Williams/S/Washington
    Quick Note: Couldnít pass up pairing Julio with Andre. The Texans really lack a consistent #2, Jones not only will fill that void but provides insurance for AJ who doesnít have the beast track record with health. Dowling is a guy capable of playing any spot in the secondary and Guy is one of the better 5 techs in the mid rounds.
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    Indianapolis Colts

    22) Indianapolis* (10-6) Derek Sherrod/OT/Mississippi State
    53) Indianapolis* (10-6) Drake Nevis/DT/LSU
    87) Indianapolis* (10-6) Rodney Hudson/C/G/Florida State
    118 ) Indianapolis* (10-6) Jeron Johnson/S/Boise State
    149) Indianapolis* (10-6) Justin Rogers/CB/Richmond
    183) Indianapolis* (10-6) Allen Bradford/RB/USC
    213) Indianapolis* (10-6) Ryan Bartholomew/C/Syrause

    Quick Note: I actually really like this mock for the Colts. Sherrod and Hudson are the key big pieces. I actually think Bartholomew in the 7th could be the future center for the Colts, his abilities really fit well with you all. Nevis is a potential impact interior player and I managed to give the secondary a little bit of help.
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    Jacksonville Jaguars

    16) Jacksonville (8-8) Cam Jordan/DE/Cal
    49) Jacksonville (8-8) Kelvin Sheppard/LB/LSU
    80) Jacksonville (8-8) Quinton Carter/S/Oklahoma
    113) Jacksonville (8-8) Vincent Brown/WR/San Diego State
    120) Jacksonville - from New Orleans* (11-5) Greg McElroy/QB/Alabama
    144) Jacksonville (8-8) Keith Williams/G/Nebraska
    177) Jacksonville (8-8) Will Hill/S/Florida

    Quick Note: I think this was an ok Jags mock. Wanted to go QB but after the first round realized it wasnít worth it. Cam Jordan, Sheppard, and Carter are all potential starters pretty early on. Vincent Brown should do a good job replacing MSW.
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    Kansas City Chiefs

    21) Kansas City* (10-6) Phil Taylor/NT/Baylor
    55) Kansas City* (10-6) Leonard Hankerson/WR/Miami
    86) Kansas City* (10-6) Ugo Chinasa/OLB/Oklahoma State
    117) Kansas City* (10-6) Lee Ziemba/OT/Auburn
    151) Kansas City* (10-6) Greg Salas/WR/Hawaii
    182) Kansas City* (10-6) Jeremy Beal/OLB/Oklahoma
    212) Kansas City* (10-6) Markus White/OLB/Florida State
    Quick Note: Iíll be honest I didnít do a good job at keeping track of the picks I had already made with the Chiefs. First two picks I think are money. Maybe a little early for Taylor but heís the only NT IMO worth drafting in the first 50 picks. Hankerson in the 2nd is a good pick and would be a good #2. Chinasa is a bit of a reach in the 3rd but I love his raw ability and rush backers is extremely thin in this draft. Ziemba is a solid player who could start. Salas/Beal/White are all good value picks but I realize that I already covered these positions and would probably be better if I went elsewhere. Well at least there will be depth in some important positions.
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    Miami Dolphins

    15) Miami (7-9) Mark Ingram/RB/Alabama
    79) Miami (7-9) Dwayne Harris/WR/ECU
    110) Miami (7-9) Colin Kaepernick/QB/Nevada
    143) Miami (7-9) Eric Hagg/S/Nebraska
    174) Miami (7-9) Zach Hurd/OG/OT/Uconn
    206) Miami (7-9) Chris Walker/OLB/Tennessee
    207) Miami - from Jacksonville (8-8) Julius Thomas/TE/Portland State

    Quick Note: I realize that I probably but too much focus on skill positions but I do think now the framework is there for the Dolphins to be extremely good on offense once they get a competent QB. Iím not a big Kaepernick fan but I think he is worth the risk at that point in the draft.
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    Minnesota Vikings

    12) Minnesota (6-10) Blaine Gabbert/QB/Missouri
    43) Minnesota (6-10) Clint Boling/OL/Georgia
    105) Minnesota (6-10) Jaicqwan Jarrett/S/Temple
    147) Minnesota - from New York Giants (10-6) Brandon Fusco/C/Slippery Rock
    167) Minnesota (6-10) Doug Hogue/LB/Syracuse
    204) Minnesota (6-10) Devon Torrence/CB/Ohio/State

    Quick Note: Solid Vikings draft IMO. Gabbert is obviously best case scenario at #12. Boling is one of the better lineman in the draft and really could play either guard or right tackle. Hogue and Torrence would challenge for roster spots.
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    New England Patriots

    17) New England - from Oakland (8-8) Ryan Kerrigan/OLB/Purdue
    28 ) New England* (14-2) Adrian Clayborne/DE/Iowa
    33) New England - from Carolina (2-14) Anthony Costanzo/OT/Boston College
    60) New England* (14-2) Randall Cobb/WR/Kentucky
    74) New England - from Minnesota (6-10) Andrew Jackson/G/Fresno State
    92) New England* (14-2) Sione Fua/DL/Stanford
    124) New England* (14-2) Kendall Hunter/RB/Oklahoma State
    156) New England* (14-2) Jake Kirkpatrick/C/TCU
    188 ) New England* (14-2) Daniel Kilgore/C/App State

    Quick Note: I think I made some fairly reasonable picks for the Pats. Kerrigan tested well enough for me to keep him there at 17. Clayborne at 28 is good value and I do still like him as a 5 tech. Cobb is a true playmaker and brings an added dimension to the passing game. Perfect for the shot passing game of the Patriots. Kendall Hunter could challenge for carries and is the type of all around back the Pats would love. Obviously made a mistake going to centers in a row at the end.
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    New Orleans Saints

    24) New Orleans* (11-5) Stephen Paea/DT/Oregon State
    56) New Orleans* (11-5) Quan Sturdivant/LB/North Carolina
    72) New Orleans - from Washington (6-10) Mark Herzlich/LB/Boston College
    88 ) New Orleans* (11-5) Will Rackley/OG/Lehigh
    215) New Orleans* (11-5) Bilal Powell/RB/Louisville

    Quick Note: Saints were one of the teams I wasnít happy with my mock. I covered some positional needs but didnít really like the value of any of the picks. I do love Paeaís fit though.
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    New York Giants

    19) New York Giants (10-6) Nate Solder/OT/Colorado
    52) New York Giants (10-6) Corey Liuget/DT/Illinois
    83) New York Giants (10-6) Ryan Williams/RB/Virginia Tech
    116) New York Giants (10-6) Lance Kendricks/TE/Wisconsin
    180) New York Giants (10-6) Ross Homan/LB/Ohio State
    210) New York Giants (10-6) Jock Saunders/WR/KR/West Virginia

    Quick Note: Definitely rough after the first two picks. When I finished my mock I realized I had given you DeMarco Murray in the 4th round so I had to change that up at Kenricks was the best way I could do that without having to shuffle my mock completely.
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    New York Jets

    30) New York Jets* (11-5) Akeem Ayers/OLB/UCLA
    94) New York Jets* (11-5) Edmond Gates/WR/Abilene Christian
    125) New York Jets* (11-5) Brandon Blair/DE/Oregon
    158 ) New York Jets* (11-5) Chris Nield/NT/West Virginia
    189) New York Jets* (11-5) Tori Gurley/WR/South Carolina
    197) New York Jets - from Arizona (5-11) Ray Dominguez/OG/Arkansas

    Quick Note: I think itís just an ok mock I did for the Jets. Obviously the WR position will depend on what happens with the free agents but schematically Edmond Gates and Gurley would replace Holmes and Edwards well.
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    Oakland Raiders

    48 ) Oakland (8-8) Stefen Wisniewski/C/Penn State
    81) Oakland (8-8) Dontay Moch/OLB/Nevada
    112) Oakland (8-8) Curtis Marsh/CB/Utah State
    145) Oakland (8-8) Niles Paul/WR/Nebraska
    176) Oakland (8-8) Brian Rolle/LB/Ohio State
    208 ) Oakland (8-8) Taylor Potts/QB/Texas Tech

    Quick Note: I like what I did with the Raiders limited picks. Wisniewski is good value in the 2nd and probably steps in and starts at center as a rookie. Moch I know is a predictable pick her but canít see the Raiders passing on him. Marsh has a ton of potential. Niles Paul is a guy I am a big fan of and brings an added size dimension lacking on the Raiders. Rolle fitís the Raiders system, and Potts in the 7th is a developmental prospect.
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    Philadelphia Eagles

    23) Philadelphia* (10-6) Jimmy Smith/CB/Colorado
    54) Philadelphia* (10-6) Mike Pouncey/G/Florida
    85) Philadelphia* (10-6) K.J. Wright/LB/Mississippi State
    103) Philadelphia - from Washington (6-10) Delone Carter/RB/Syracuse
    119) Philadelphia* (10-6) Rick Elmore/DE/Arizona
    146) Philadelphia - from San Diego (9-7) Adrian Moten/LB/Maryland
    150) Philadelphia* (10-6) Tyrod Taylor/QB/Virginia Tech
    181) Philadelphia* (10-6) Alex Henery/K/Nebraska

    Quick Note: Solid Eagles mock here. Jimmy Smith is my clear cut #3 CB and with all of the explosive wideouts within the division a good pick. Pouncey at 54 is a great pick. KJ Wright could challenge for a starting spot. Elmore is a solid LDE and Moten is the kind of smallish/quick linebacker who would make the Eagles roster at least for special teams. Tyrod would be a nice grooming pick.
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    Pittsburgh Steelers

    31) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Ben Ijalana/OL/Villanova
    63) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Rahim Moore/FS/UCLA
    95) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Rock Carmichael/CB/Virginia Tech
    127) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Dion Lewis/RB/Pitt
    159) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Zane Parr/DE/Virginia
    191) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Mike Mohamed/ILB/Cal
    220) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Josh Portis/QB/ATH

    Quick Note: Looking back I probably could have give the o-line more help. Ijalana though is one of my favorite prospects. Rahim Moore gives the back end secondary the type of coverage skills it needs. Rock definitely fitís the bill of what the Steelers need fast and physical. Zane Parr is a solid 5 tech and Mohamed could end up being a steal.
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    San Diego Chargers

    18 ) San Diego (9-7) Cameron Heyward/DE/Ohio State
    50) San Diego (9-7) Orlando Franklin/OT/Miami
    61) San Diego - from New York Jets* (11-5) Jabaal Sheard/OLB/Pitt
    82) San Diego (9-7) Greg Jones/LB/Michigan State
    89) San Diego - from Seattle* (7-9) Jerell Powe/DT/Ole Miss
    178 ) San Diego (9-7) Cecil Shorts/WR/Mount Union

    Quick Note: Personally I really like this Chargers mock. Injects a lot of youth into the defense. Sheard is one of my favorite OLB prospects and Powe is my #3 NT. Franlin can play RT or even kick inside. Shorts is a nice project pick and insurance for whatever happens with Floyd and Jackson.
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    San Francisco 49ers

    7) San Francisco (6-10) Prince Amukamara/CB/Nebraska
    45) San Francisco (6-10) Marcus Cannon/OL/TCU
    76) San Francisco (6-10) Marcus Gilchrist/S/Clemson
    107) San Francisco (6-10) Shane Vereen/RB/Cal
    114) San Francisco - from San Diego (9-7) Ricky Stanzi/QB/Iowa
    138 ) San Francisco (6-10) Lawrence Wilson/OLB/Uconn
    169) San Francisco (6-10) Cliff Matthews/DE/South Carolina
    185) San Francisco - from Seattle* (7-9) Jeremy Kerley/WR/TCU
    199) San Francisco - from Detroit (6-10) Mario Addison/OLB/Troy
    200) San Francisco (6-10) Stanley Havili/FB/USC

    Quick Note: I really like this mock for the 49ers. Nip the CB problem in the butt right off the bat. Cannon can play RT or RG. Gilchrist might be a reach but I really love his cover skills as a FS. Vereen and Stanzi are both good value picks in the 4th. Wilson and Matthews both provide depth. Kerley is a decent receiver option and returner. Addison is a great project player and Havili could lock up that FB/short distance job.
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    Seattle Seahawks

    25) Seattle* (7-9) Jake Locker/QB/Washington
    57) Seattle* (7-9) Chykie Brown/CB/Texas
    98 ) Seattle - from New England via Denver (4-12) Darvin Adams/WR/Auburn
    153) Seattle* (7-9) Derek Newton/OT/Arkansas State
    168 ) Seattle - from Detroit (6-10) Brandon Hogan/CB/West Virginia
    198 ) Seattle - from Cleveland (5-11) Karl Klug/DT/Iowa
    216) Seattle* (7-9) Alex Green/RB/Hawaii

    Quick Note: I am kinda meh on this mock looking back. Locker would be a great pick at 25. Brown and Hogan both fill a need. Newton could challenge for that RT spot. Klug is solid and Green could challenge for a roster spot. All in all an ok draft but no eye catching picks other than the first.
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    St. Louis Rams

    14) St. Louis (7-9) Aldon Smith/DE/Missouri
    47) St. Louis (7-9) Bruce Carter/OLB/North Carolina
    78 ) St. Louis (7-9) Greg Little/WR/North Carolina
    111) St. Louis (7-9) Daniel Thomas/RB/Kansas State
    175) St. Louis (7-9) Martin Parker/DT/Richmond
    205) St. Louis (7-9) David Arkin/G/Missouri State

    Quick Note: Putting off skill positions until the 3rd round enabled the Rams to land two impact defenders in the first two rounds. Iím also a huge fan of Greg Little. Daniel Thomas also could be an eventual replacement for S-Jax.
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    Tampa Bay Bucs

    20) Tampa Bay (10-6) Justin Houston/DE/Georgia
    51) Tampa Bay (10-6) Allen Bailey/DL/Miami
    84) Tampa Bay (10-6) James Carpenter/OT/Alabama
    115) Tampa Bay (10-6) Derrick Locke/RB/Kentucky
    132) Tampa Bay - from Denver (4-12) Colin McCarthy/LB/Miami
    148 ) Tampa Bay (10-6) Owen Marecic/FB/Stanford
    211) Tampa Bay (10-6) Josh Thomas/CB/Buffalo

    Quick Note: First two picks help shore up that D-line. Carpenter can play either RT or G. Derrick Locke is a good change of pace to Blount. McCarthy in the 5th is a guy who could surprise and challenge for a starting spot. Marecic gives the Bucs a true FB and a special teams ace.
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    Tennessee Titans

    8 )Tennessee (6-10) DaQuan Bowers/DE/Clemson
    39) Tennessee (6-10) Christian Ponder/QB/Florida State
    77) Tennessee (6-10) Deandre McDaniel/S/Clemson
    108 ) Tennessee (6-10) Kristofer OíDowd/C/USC
    139) Tennessee (6-10) Shiloh Keo/S/Idaho
    170) Tennessee (6-10) Rob Housler/TE/Florida Atlantic
    201) Tennessee (6-10) John Graves/DT/Virginia Tech

    Quick Note: I really like this Titans mock although Titans fans can tell me what they think. Bowers is obviously a home run in the first. Ponder is good value in the 2nd and definitely better than anything currently on the roster. McDaniel is a guy who Iíd love to see lined up beside Michael Griffin. OíDowd might be a slight reach but he canít be any worse than Eugene Amano. Keo profiles as a special teams ace and early on could actually leap frog ahead of McDaniel. Extremely draft ready. Housler is a really athletic pass catching TE.
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    Washington Redskins

    10) Washington (6-10) A.J. Green/WR/Georgia
    41) Washington (6-10) Muhammad Wilkerson/DE/Temple
    141) Washington (6-10) Andy Dalton/QB/TCU
    152) Washington - from New Orleans* (11-5) Alex Linnenkohl/C/Oregon State
    172) Washington (6-10) Greg Lloyd/LB/Uconn
    202) Washington (6-10) Graig Cooper/RB/Miami

    Quick Note: If we got A.J. Green I really wouldnít even care about any other pick, lol. I honestly didnít even intentionally have him fall to us. Wilkerson in the 2nd would be an immediate starter. Dalton in the 5th is a nice Shanny project. Not a great arm but fairly mobile and accurate. Linnekohl should challenge Rabach for that center spot. Lloyd would get snaps inside and Cooper has nice quickness if he can stay healthy. A potential game breaker.

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  • #2
    Personally I love that 49ers mock. Fills needs with solid players.

    +rep on the 7 rounder
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    • #3
      17) New England - from Oakland (8-8) Ryan Kerrigan/OLB/Purdue
      28 ) New England* (14-2) Adrian Clayborne/DE/Iowa
      33) New England - from Carolina (2-14) Anthony Costanzo/OT/Boston College
      60) New England* (14-2) Randall Cobb/WR/Kentucky
      74) New England - from Minnesota (6-10) Andrew Jackson/G/Fresno State
      92) New England* (14-2) Sione Fua/DL/Stanford
      124) New England* (14-2) Kendall Hunter/RB/Oklahoma State
      156) New England* (14-2) Jake Kirkpatrick/C/TCU
      188 ) New England* (14-2) Daniel Kilgore/C/App State

      Overall a pretty good draft for the Pats.

      I love the Kerrigan pick of course.

      I am actually higher on Clayborn than most people are I think, or at least most Pats fans or fans of 3-4 teams. But knowing how Belichick thinks, my guess is that he won't consider Clayborn a good fit there.

      As for Castonzo, a good value pick. However, I am convinced that Matt Light will be back. And if he is, then I will be very, very surprised if the Pats use either a first or second round pick on a tackle. An interior OL would be very likely, but not an OT.

      Randall Cobb? I'm betting you won't find any Pats fans that like that pick. He's a project first of all, and he's a slot receiver. The Pats already have an abundance of slot and/or project receivers on the roster. They don't need another one.

      The later picks are all fine. I'd be kind of surprised if they took another small RB, even if it is a late pick. They either need a guy who can eventually be a number one back, or they need a big bruiser who can convert on short yardage downs. They don't need any more third down backs, which is what I think Hunter will be.
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      1 - Anyone but Shea McClellin, Derek Wolfe, Peter Konz, Kendall Reyes, Harrison Smith, Whitney Mercilus or a RB

      2 Anyone but McClellin, Wolfe, Doug Martin or an OT

      3 Anyone but Wolfe

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      • #4
        I don't like the Paea fit and I also don't like the mock for the Saints. None of the picks improve our team. Sturdivant plays the same position as Vilma. Paea plays the same position as Ellis and we just signed Rogers. Herzlich? Are you kidding me?! There are better players on the board.

        No disrespect because I know how difficult it is to complete a 7th round mock draft. But I am just not a huge fan of this draft for the Saints and would feel pretty underwhelmed and miserable if the draft were to fall this way.

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        • #5
          not a bad job on the saints, dont love any of the picks but I dont hate any of em either


          Saints 2014 draft wish list:
          - No pass rusher till the fourth round (or preferably at all)
          - Corner or Wideout in the first
          - No reaching
          - No Kelvin Benjamin

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          • #6
            Jacksonville Jaguars

            16) Jacksonville (8-8) Cam Jordan/DE/Cal
            49) Jacksonville (8-8) Kelvin Sheppard/LB/LSU
            80) Jacksonville (8-8) Quinton Carter/S/Oklahoma
            113) Jacksonville (8-8) Vincent Brown/WR/San Diego State
            120) Jacksonville - from New Orleans* (11-5) Greg McElroy/QB/Alabama
            144) Jacksonville (8-8) Keith Williams/G/Nebraska
            177) Jacksonville (8-8) Will Hill/S/Florida

            Quick Note: I think this was an ok Jags mock. Wanted to go QB but after the first round realized it wasn’t worth it. Cam Jordan, Sheppard, and Carter are all potential starters pretty early on. Vincent Brown should do a good job replacing MSW.
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            I dunno man it looks good and all but I just don't see that much big school players being drafted by the Jaguars in one year. Gene Smith is one of those GMs his motto is "Your Find Talent where you find it" and I agree with that...but I also know he loves the small schools

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            • #7
              if we got green and wilkerson in the first two rounds i could care less probably about the rest of the draft but for arguments sake, im not a fan of the dalton pick. maybe fusco/neild combo in the 5th. i also would love to see us grab a guy like Kilgore in the late rounds who can play C and/or OG. id actually probably prefer him to fusco or linnen. at OLB i noticed you dont have Tom Keiser drafted at all. i really like him, especially for 3-4 defenses. i like his upside in the 7th way more than cooper. hell i wouldnt be pissed if we took keiser in the 5th or 6th even.

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              • #8
                Lions won't take two offensive lineman in Rounds 1 and 2.

                They'd be more likely to take none than two.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by SeanTaylorRIP View Post
                  [i]Atlanta Falcons
                  27) Atlanta* (13-3) Brandon Harris/CB/Miami
                  59) Atlanta* (13-3) Titus Young/WR/Boise State
                  91) Atlanta* (13-3) Greg Romeus/DE/Pitt
                  123) Atlanta* (13-3) Scott Lutrus/LB/Uconn
                  155) Atlanta* (13-3) Jacquizz Rodgers/RB/Oregon State
                  187) Atlanta* (13-3) Jordan Cameron/TE/USC
                  218 ) Atlanta* (13-3) Atlanta - from New England* (14-2) Derell Johnson-Koulianos/WR/Iowa

                  Quick note: I guess the draft theme became giving weapons to Matt Ryan. Titus Young will stretch the field, Quizz is a nice change of pace to Turner and can provide as a returner. Cameron will be groomed as the future replacement for Gonzo, and Koulianos might make the roster if he keeps his head on straight. Also Brandon Harris and Romeus are potential impact defenders.
                  SEX! pure sex!
                  99.9% of the time i'd bash someone for giving us a CB in the 1st but you filled every single need with the rest of the picks so i'd be down for Harris.

                  Titus Young, Greg Romeus and Jacquizz Rodgers are amazing.
                  beautiful man :)

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                  • #10
                    Miami Dolphins
                    15) Miami (7-9) Mark Ingram/RB/Alabama
                    79) Miami (7-9) Dwayne Harris/WR/ECU
                    110) Miami (7-9) Colin Kaepernick/QB/Nevada
                    143) Miami (7-9) Eric Hagg/S/Nebraska
                    174) Miami (7-9) Zach Hurd/OG/OT/Uconn
                    206) Miami (7-9) Chris Walker/OLB/Tennessee
                    207) Miami - from Jacksonville (8-8) Julius Thomas/TE/Portland State

                    Quick Note: I realize that I probably but too much focus on skill positions but I do think now the framework is there for the Dolphins to be extremely good on offense once they get a competent QB. I’m not a big Kaepernick fan but I think he is worth the risk at that point in the draft.
                    Meh on the Phins Picks. I like Ingram, Kaepernick, Hurd, and Thomas. All good value and fill needs.

                    Not a fan of Harris there, we have a slot receiver in Bess, need someone that can line up outside with deep speed. Hagg is a waste, already set at S for the present and future, don't think we'll be addressing that position in the draft at all. Not a Walker fan at all. He's too undersized for this regime.

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                    • #11
                      Great work STRIP.

                      One thing I should mention is that I don't believe the Ravens have a 5th round pick as they traded it to Seattle for Josh Wilson.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by TNPatsFan View Post
                        17) New England - from Oakland (8-8) Ryan Kerrigan/OLB/Purdue
                        28 ) New England* (14-2) Adrian Clayborne/DE/Iowa
                        33) New England - from Carolina (2-14) Anthony Costanzo/OT/Boston College
                        60) New England* (14-2) Randall Cobb/WR/Kentucky
                        74) New England - from Minnesota (6-10) Andrew Jackson/G/Fresno State
                        92) New England* (14-2) Sione Fua/DL/Stanford
                        124) New England* (14-2) Kendall Hunter/RB/Oklahoma State
                        156) New England* (14-2) Jake Kirkpatrick/C/TCU
                        188 ) New England* (14-2) Daniel Kilgore/C/App State

                        Overall a pretty good draft for the Pats.

                        I love the Kerrigan pick of course.

                        I am actually higher on Clayborn than most people are I think, or at least most Pats fans or fans of 3-4 teams. But knowing how Belichick thinks, my guess is that he won't consider Clayborn a good fit there.

                        As for Castonzo, a good value pick. However, I am convinced that Matt Light will be back. And if he is, then I will be very, very surprised if the Pats use either a first or second round pick on a tackle. An interior OL would be very likely, but not an OT.

                        Randall Cobb? I'm betting you won't find any Pats fans that like that pick. He's a project first of all, and he's a slot receiver. The Pats already have an abundance of slot and/or project receivers on the roster. They don't need another one.

                        The later picks are all fine. I'd be kind of surprised if they took another small RB, even if it is a late pick. They either need a guy who can eventually be a number one back, or they need a big bruiser who can convert on short yardage downs. They don't need any more third down backs, which is what I think Hunter will be.
                        I think Costanzo is a good pick even if Light is back because I think Light will get a contract that makes it easy to release him after one year. Otherwise, I agree with the rest.

                        Even if it was a mistake, the last two picks will have a hard time making the roster anyway. 2 centers would be fine - let them battle it out. NE really needs to get Koppen replaced asap.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by SeanTaylorRIP View Post
                          Tennessee Titans

                          8 )Tennessee (6-10) DaQuan Bowers/DE/Clemson
                          39) Tennessee (6-10) Christian Ponder/QB/Florida State
                          77) Tennessee (6-10) Deandre McDaniel/S/Clemson
                          108 ) Tennessee (6-10) Kristofer O’Dowd/C/USC
                          139) Tennessee (6-10) Shiloh Keo/S/Idaho
                          170) Tennessee (6-10) Rob Housler/TE/Florida Atlantic
                          201) Tennessee (6-10) John Graves/DT/Virginia Tech

                          Quick Note: I really like this Titans mock although Titans fans can tell me what they think. Bowers is obviously a home run in the first. Ponder is good value in the 2nd and definitely better than anything currently on the roster. McDaniel is a guy who I’d love to see lined up beside Michael Griffin. O’Dowd might be a slight reach but he can’t be any worse than Eugene Amano. Keo profiles as a special teams ace and early on could actually leap frog ahead of McDaniel. Extremely draft ready. Housler is a really athletic pass catching TE.

                          First of all great write up man. Solid Titans draft, realllly like the 1st 3 rounds of the draft. I could make some arguements though. Here's my analysis of the Titans draft...

                          Round 1: A+ pick. No arguement here, perfect pick. Morgan + Bowers would be a great duo for years and years (hopefully)

                          Round 2: B pick. I could see the Titans going after somebody like Mallett over Ponder. But I'm more than happy with Ponder. I think Malletts arm is too good to pass up, especially with deep threats like Britt, Nate Washington, and Damian Williams. Ponder is still a way smarter and accurate QB. I'd be happy with either.

                          Round 3: A- pick. Great pick. McDaniels is exactly who I want to replace Hope.

                          Round 4: B- pick. To be honest, I do not know much about O’Dowd. But we do need some decent interior OL help. Amano (C) struggled last year and LeRoy Harris (LG) is a FA. We do have some decent young guys like Kevin Matthews (Bruces son) and Velasco. If O'Dowd was taken, Amano could switch back to LG where he played in '09 when we had Mawae. With other solid talent on the board like Chimidi Chekwa or a running back (Thomas, Murray, Hunter all on board still) we could opt to one of those. RB would be nice, to take the load of CJ2K.

                          Round 5: D- pick. Not a huge fan of this pick. We already have Chris Hope(less), Myron Rolle, Nick Schommer, and McDaniel (who we drafted Rd3) at SS then Griffin, Robert Johnson ('10 4th rounder), and Vincent Fuller at FS. Hopefully McDaniel will replace Hope. Nick Schommer is already our special teams ace, Keo isn't needed. Would rather have someone like Casey Matthews to help our LB depth.

                          Round 6: C+ pick. Titans have Jared Cook and Craig Stevens, both are 3rd rounders in 08 and 09. Both starting getting playing time last year when Scaife went down and showed potential. Titans need a 3rd TE and Housler could be that guy.

                          Round 7: D- pick. It is just a 7th rounder, but a DT isn't needed. We have Jason Jones, Tony Brown, SenDerrick Marks, Jovan Haye, and a 7th round DT last year. Titans need a true power back, since we put Blount on waivers last year. Ringer is not a #2 RB, and CJ needs a break sometimes. I'm hoping that we would opt for a back, someone like Roy Helu, Evan Royster, Jamie Harper, or John Clay.

                          Overall: B+ Titans draft.
                          Last edited by xpmar9x; 03-11-2011, 03:01 PM.

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                          • #14
                            I like KC's draft but we swapped 5ths from DET for the tempering deal

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by SeanTaylorRIP View Post
                              *Just a note but I had to do some mad shuffling when I realize during the 5th round of my mock that I hadnít used Mike Pouncey yet. Might have affected some other picks. Also Team draft summaryís/analysis at the bottom of the page if you donít want to skim through the whole mock.

                              150) Philadelphia* (10-6) Tyrod Taylor/QB/Virginia Tech

                              Philadelphia Eagles

                              23) Philadelphia* (10-6) Jimmy Smith/CB/Colorado
                              54) Philadelphia* (10-6) Mike Pouncey/G/Florida
                              85) Philadelphia* (10-6) K.J. Wright/LB/Mississippi State
                              103) Philadelphia - from Washington (6-10) Delone Carter/RB/Syracuse
                              119) Philadelphia* (10-6) Rick Elmore/DE/Arizona
                              146) Philadelphia - from San Diego (9-7) Adrian Moten/LB/Maryland
                              150) Philadelphia* (10-6) Tyrod Taylor/QB/Virginia Tech
                              181) Philadelphia* (10-6) Alex Henery/K/Nebraska

                              Quick Note: Solid Eagles mock here. Jimmy Smith is my clear cut #3 CB and with all of the explosive wideouts within the division a good pick. Pouncey at 54 is a great pick. KJ Wright could challenge for a starting spot. Elmore is a solid LDE and Moten is the kind of smallish/quick linebacker who would make the Eagles roster at least for special teams. Tyrod would be a nice grooming pick.
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                              Best under the radar Eagles pick I have seen, Tyrod will be a dream come true for ne if we select him. + rep for you for the 7 Rounder

                              Originally Posted by JoeJoeBrown
                              The most important thing, however, is how strong their swagger factors are.
                              Newton
                              South of the Mason Dixon +10 swagger
                              Barely literate +5 swagger
                              Thief +15 swagger
                              Kicked off of a team of thugs +20 swagger
                              Big, average speed -3 swagger
                              Hasn't done jacksquat on the field +15 swagger
                              Total Swagger: 62
                              ATL College Park Zone 3* +20 swagger Bonus pts

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