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princefielder28 11-07-2012 12:10 PM

Post-Election Mock
 
1. Kansas City :: Tyler Wilson : QB : Arkansas
2. Jacksonville :: Barkevious Mingo : DE : Louisiana State
3. Cleveland :: Jarvis Jones : OLB : Georgia
4. Carolina :: Star Lotulelei : DT : Utah
5. St. Louis (f/Washington) :: Luke Joeckel : OT : Texas A&M
6. Tennessee :: Damontre Moore : DE : Texas A&M
7. Oakland :: Bjoern Werner : DE : Florida State
8. Buffalo :: Geno Smith : QB : West Virginia
9. St. Louis :: Manti Te’o : LB : Notre Dame
10. Cincinnati :: Sam Montgomery : DE : Louisiana State
11. New York Jets :: Dion Jordan : OLB : Oregon
12. New Orleans :: Jonathan Hankins : DT : Ohio State
13. Philadelphia :: Chance Warmack : OG : Alabama
14. Dallas :: Matt Barkley : QB : USC
15. Arizona :: Eric Fisher : OT : Central Michigan
16. Tampa Bay :: DeMarcus Milliner : CB : Alabama
17. Miami :: Justin Hunter : WR : Tennessee
18. Detroit :: Johnthan Banks : CB : Mississippi State
19. San Diego :: Robert Woods : WR : USC
20. Minnesota :: Kennan Allen : WR : California
21. Seattle :: Sheldon Richardson : DT : Missouri
22. Pittsburgh :: Eric Reid : S : Louisiana State
23. Indianapolis :: Jonathan Jenkins : NT : Georgia
24. Denver :: Alec Ogletree : ILB : Georgia
25. Green Bay :: Barrett Jones : OL : Alabama
26. New England :: Jonathan Cooper : OG : North Carolina
27. New York Giants :: Taylor Lewan : OT : Michigan
28. Baltimore :: Sylvester Williams : DL : North Carolina
29. San Francisco :: Chase Thomas : OLB : Stanford
30. Chicago :: Dallas Thomas : OL : Tennessee
31. Houston :: Jordan Poyer : CB : Oregon State
32. Atlanta :: Kawann Short : DT : Purdue

T-RICH49 11-07-2012 12:38 PM

good KC pick.definately different then the Smith/Barkley's I've mostly seen for KC

princefielder28 11-07-2012 12:56 PM

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Originally Posted by T-RICH49 (Post 3176053)
good KC pick.definately different then the Smith/Barkley's I've mostly seen for KC

I feel it's almost a certainty that Kansas City goes quarterback, and to this point Matt Barkley has major concerns among scouts and whether or not he's a product of a great system/players around him, and Geno Smith has cooled off dramatically since a hot start. Tyler Wilson may not be lighting the world on fire this season, but he has been surrounded by a great deal of turmoil at Arkansas and his junior film is phenomenal. He probably has the most intriguing skill set of the top three quarterbacks as well.

ImBrotherCain 11-07-2012 01:00 PM

With Manti going to the Rams do you have him moving outside? If not what are they doing with James Laurinaitis.

marshallb 11-07-2012 01:06 PM

Love that Vikings pick. If Ponder is going to be the franchise QB that he looked on his way to being after the first 5 weeks, then he's going to need a big, vertical receiving threat outside. Allen is exactly that and is also a very good value at 20 IMO.

vidae 11-07-2012 01:13 PM

A++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ KC pick. Exactly who I want and I'd have no problems taking him first overall. Great job as usual.

princefielder28 11-07-2012 01:16 PM

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Originally Posted by ImBrotherCain (Post 3176069)
With Manti going to the Rams do you have him moving outside? If not what are they doing with James Laurinaitis.

Yes, I have Manti moving outside in their defense

Bert Macklin 11-07-2012 01:29 PM

Don't know much about the tOSU DT.

Grizzlegom 11-07-2012 02:08 PM

I'd probably prefer Keenan Allen if I had my choice of any WR in Miami but I can't complain about any of the top three with Hunter starting to look healthy!

killxswitch 11-07-2012 02:13 PM

Nothing wrong with Jenkins for the Colts. I haven't totally formed my opinions of Barrett Jones and Jonathan Cooper so I can't say definitively that I'd rather have them. The only possibility here is that Josh Chapman has a strong end to his season and makes NT no longer a big need.

Thecollegedropout 11-07-2012 02:25 PM

Might be a reach to take Dion Jordan too high....seen a lot of places that says he's a late 1st to early 2nd rounder. Right position and need though and if you think he can shoot up that high, its a good pick.

prock 11-07-2012 02:40 PM

**** yeah Allen.

derza222 11-07-2012 03:07 PM

I'd love to see how the current Jets defensive staff (provided they stick around after the season) would use Dion Jordan. Nice pick.

Pat Sims 90 11-07-2012 03:58 PM

Rather see Milliner if he falls that far.

armageddon 11-07-2012 04:24 PM

5. St. Louis (f/Washington) :: Luke Joeckel : OT : Texas A&M
9. St. Louis :: Manti Te’o : LB : Notre Dame

Love the Joekel pick. Hate the Te'o pick. With Lariunitus and DunBar, Rams won't be spending a 1st rounder on a LB. There are 3 options with this pick..

Trade down
OG (Warmack)
WR Hunter

Matthew Jones 11-07-2012 08:23 PM

I'm alright with Cooper.

SickwithIt1010 11-07-2012 10:20 PM

If Reid is gone I could bet that Barkley would be the pick.

TACKLE 11-07-2012 11:00 PM

Really not a fan of the McDonald pick. Not sure where he'd play for us or what role he would fill. Has been somewhat disappointing this year as well. Don't know if there's any validity to it but there's rumors floating around the some scouts have given him an UDFA. I'd lean towards someone like Mosley or Minter there instead.

freebirdsrams02 11-07-2012 11:21 PM

I like both the Rams picks. Joeckel and Teo would come in and start right away.

RCAChainGang 11-08-2012 12:51 AM

Excellent pick (for Indy) especially with considering who was on the board.

princefielder28 11-08-2012 08:06 AM

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Originally Posted by TACKLE (Post 3176448)
Really not a fan of the McDonald pick. Not sure where he'd play for us or what role he would fill. Has been somewhat disappointing this year as well. Don't know if there's any validity to it but there's rumors floating around the some scouts have given him an UDFA. I'd lean towards someone like Mosley or Minter there instead.

Baltimore was the most difficult selection for me to figure out. I didn't have Mosley and/or Minter as underclassmen who I would consider in this draft yet, but if there were added and still on the board they'd be a slam dunk for the Ravens to choose. I'm going to change the selection to Sylvester Williams.

TACKLE 11-08-2012 09:33 AM

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Originally Posted by princefielder28 (Post 3176527)
Baltimore was the most difficult selection for me to figure out. I didn't have Mosley and/or Minter as underclassmen who I would consider in this draft yet, but if there were added and still on the board they'd be a slam dunk for the Ravens to choose. I'm going to change the selection to Sylvester Williams.

They are really tough to project right now. Outside of ILB, there isn't a position that really stands out as a pressing need though at the same time. Kind of a tricky mix of up-and-coming youth and established players who don't need replacing. I actually like Sylvester a lot and both Art Jones and McPhee have been mediocre this year though both are still young and hopefully improving. Looking at your mock, I thought your boy Poyer might be an interesting pick if Cary Williams leaves in FA. Gives them a 3rd starting caliber corner in the short term and I think he's the type of guy who could theoretically make the transition to FS depending on how many more years Ed's got in the tank.

coordinator0 11-08-2012 09:33 AM

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Originally Posted by princefielder28 (Post 3176527)
Baltimore was the most difficult selection for me to figure out. I didn't have Mosley and/or Minter as underclassmen who I would consider in this draft yet, but if there were added and still on the board they'd be a slam dunk for the Ravens to choose. I'm going to change the selection to Sylvester Williams.

The best bet for projecting Baltimore's first pick is an athletic front seven player. Regardless of who the DC is next season they need to get faster and more explosive on the DL and at LB. A WR or LG wouldn't be bad either. I'm not sure Sylvester Williams is a great choice but I would prefer him over McDonald.

TACKLE 11-08-2012 09:51 AM

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Originally Posted by coordinator0 (Post 3176572)
The best bet for projecting Baltimore's first pick is an athletic front seven player. Regardless of who the DC is next season they need to get faster and more explosive on the DL and at LB. A WR or LG wouldn't be bad either. I'm not sure Sylvester Williams is a great choice but I would prefer him over McDonald.

So....Jesse Williams it is!

coordinator0 11-08-2012 10:08 AM

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Originally Posted by TACKLE (Post 3176580)
So....Jesse Williams it is!

:frog:

No.


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