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Free Agency Predictions:

Miami Dolphins- Matt Flynn(4 Year Deal)
With Philbin now the HC in Miami, expect Flynn to follow him to be their potential new franchise QB.

Kansas City Chiefs- Kyle Orton(1 Year Deal)
Orton stays in KC with Romeo Crennel to battle with Cassel for the starting job on a potential playoff team next year.

Browns/Seahawks/Jets- Jason Campbell(1 Year Deal)
Campbell will get a chance similarly to Donovan McNabb last season, I think Seattle is his best fit.

Round 1

1 Indianapolis Colts- Andrew Luck QB Stanford*
Luck will be a Colt next year, and I think Peyton will either play with the Colts or retire rather than playing for another team.

2 St. Louis Rams- Matt Kalil OT USC*
Jason Smith is a bust and will likely be cut, and Kalil can be a franchise piece to the offense for the next 10 years.

3 **TRADE**Washington Redskins(f/MIN)- Robert Griffin III QB Baylor*
Washington moves up in front of Cleveland to snag their next franchise QB, and give up #6, this years 3rd and a 2013 3rd.

4 **TRADE**New York Jets(f/CLE)- Trent Richardson RB Alabama*
The Jets jump up to the top 5 again and land Trent Richardson to hopefully give Sanchez a chance next year(Give up #16, a 2013 1st round pick and 2012 3rd and 4th and a player to be named).

5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Morris Claiborne CB LSU*
Ronde Barberís best days are far gone and with Talibís off the field problems the Bucs could draft Claiborne to give that position some stability.

6 **TRADE** Minnesota Vikings(f/WAS)- Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma State*
Ponder did show some flashes of a starting caliber QB this season, but he will need a #1 target to throw at and Blackmon will be that guy.

7 Jacksonville Jaguars- Quinton Coples DE UNC
With Blackmon and Claiborne gone the Jags will likely sure up the DE position with Coples, who can be a Justin Tuck type player potentially.

8 Carolina Panthers- Michael Brockers DT LSU**
The Panthers are still a few seasons way from being an actual contending team, and could opt to draft the high potential DT Brockers here to build the defense around.

9 Miami Dolphins- Riley Reiff OT Iowa*
Philbin will want to give Flynn extra protection and also open up more running lanes, and Reiff can start right away at RT.

10 Buffalo Bills- Courtney Upshaw OLB Alabama
The Bills already added a Crimson Tide stud last year with Dareus, and now add a stud pass rusher with Upshaw to give this defense some more playmakers.

11 *TRADE** Tennessee Titans(f/SEA)- David DeCastro OG Stanford*
Tennessee moves up to land the next Logan Mankins type LG/RG by giving up this years 2nd and a 2013 5th , and hope DeCastro will open up running lanes for CJ1k.

12 Kansas City Chiefs- Dontari Poe NT Memphis*
Crennel could want to add a huge NT like Vince Wilfolk, and Poe can be that type of impact player inside on a 3-4 defense.

13 Arizona Cardinals- Jonathan Martin OT Stanford*
Kolb didnít survive long behind this bad oline, and Martin could move Levi Brown back to RT where he belongs.

14 Dallas Cowboys- Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama*
Kirkpatrickís stock will be hurt from the weed incident, but I canít see Jerry Jones passing up a physical specimen at CB which is a huge need.

15 Philadelphia Eagles- Luke Kuechly ILB Boston College*
This Eagle defense is really lacking a impact player at a LB position, and Kuechly looks like he can be a 10 year starter at ILB or OLB in the NFL.

16 **TRADE**Cleveland Browns(f/NYJ)- Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A&M
Cleveland lands Tannehill here to compete with McCoy and in another trade back they add more picks for this and next years draft.

17 Cincinnati Bengals(f/OAK)- Mark Barron DB Alabama
Crocker was exposed in the wildcard round of the playoffs, and Barron seems like a nice fit as a potential FS/SS on this upcoming team.

18 San Diego Chargers- Melvin Ingram DE/OLB South Carolina
This will be Norv Turner and AJ Smithís last year in San Diego if they donít make a playoff run, and they could look to try and draft this year Aldon Smith.

19 Chicago Bears- Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame
With Martz now gone, Cutler could finally get to add the big target at WR that he has been desperately needing since coming to Chicago.

20 **TRADE** Seattle Seahawks(f/TEN)- Brock Osweiler QB Arizona State*
Carrol has made some interesting decisions on draft day, and now adds a franchise QB in his mind in Osweiler, who could be the next more athletic Joe Flacco type of QB in the NFL.

21 Cincinnati Bengals- David Wilson RB Virginia Tech*
Benson is slowly wearing down and some more youth could be added to the offense, so Wilson fitís the type of RB they will need to win.

22 Cleveland Browns(f/ATL)- Alshon Jeffery WR South Carolina*
With Tannehill now in town, the Browns could look to give him a big target like Jeffery to help improve this offense.

23 Detroit Lions- Janoris Jenkins CB Northern Alabama
Detroit has shown it isnít afraid of taking defensive players with bad attitudes(Suh and Fairley), and now draft a CB with character issues to try and give the defense more talent.

24 **TRADE**New York Giants(f/PIT)- Vontaze Burfict ILB Arizona State*
The Giants make a move to finally fill the ILB spot with Burfict here, by only giving up this years 4th round pick and a 2013 6th).

25 Denver Broncos- Coby Fleener TE Stanford
Denver saw how TEís can be used to win games when they played New England, and Fleener could become a good run blocker and a big target for Tebow down the field.

26 Houston Texans- Kendall Wright WR Baylor
Andre Johnson canít be the open down the field threat if the Texans want to become Super Bowl contenders, and could stay in state with Wright here.

27 New England Patriots(f/NO)- Peter Konz C Wisconsin*
Belichick adds the next Nick Mangold here with this pick, and finally ends the move movement on the oline.

28 Green Bay Packers- Devin Still DT Penn State
Green Bayís defense really struggled with Cullen Jenkins gone, and could try to replace him with Still here who could help the pass rush out a lot.

29 **TRADE**Pittsburgh Steelers- Alameda Taíamu NT Washington
The Steelers move back here and add the next NT for this defense for many years to come with Taíamu here.

30 Baltimore Ravens- Mike Adams OT Ohio State
Bryant McKenzie isnít getting the job done well enough this year at LT, and Adams fitís the profile as the type prospect they would draft to fill that hole.

31 San Francisco 49ers- Kevin Zeitler OG Wisconsin
Harbaugh could look to improve the offense with his 1st round pick, and with no WR worthy of this pick he decides to improve the RG position with Zeitler.

32 New England Patriots- Fletcher Cox DT Mississippi State*
The Patriot defense has really struggled this season and Belichick needs to add a stud on the dline to create some type of pass rush.

Round 2

33 St. Louis Rams- Jerel Worthy DT Michigan State*
Help is needed on the interior dline, and Worthy can be an impact player in the NFL.

34 Indianapolis Colts- Zach Brown OLB UNC
Colts land a potential Pro Bowler at OLB, and give their defense some young talent.

35 Minnesota Vikings- Zebrie Sanders OT Florida State
Ponder gets more help here with Sanders, who can potentially play right away at LT.

36 Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Lamar Miller RB Miami**
Blount may have to share some carries, but adding Millerís speed to combine with Blountís power could reenergize the offense.

37 Cleveland Browns- Whitney Mercilus DE Illinois*
With the QB and WR positions addressed, the Browns could add Mercilus to be another piece added to the dline.

38 Jacksonville Jaguars- Mohamed Sanu WR Rutgers*
Gabbert will need weapons if he ever wants to be a playoff QB, and Sanu could turn into a stud.

39 Washington Redskins- Stephon Gilmore CB South Carolina*
The secondary could use some depth and youth, and Gilmore provides them with a player similar to DeAngelo Hall.

40 Carolina Panthers- Chase Minnifield CB Virginia
Carolina gets more defensive help here with Minnifield, who could turn into a starter when you consider his dad was a Pro Bowler.

41 Buffalo Bills- Cordy Glenn OG Georgia
The Bills could look to improve the oline, and Glenn is good value here and could play some OG or OT.

42 Miami Dolphins- Nick Perry DE/OLB USC*
The defense is already very solid, and adding Perry to play opposite Wake could give them an awesome pass rush for the future.

43 Seattle Seahawks- Jared Crick DT Nebraska
Seattle drafts a very productive player in Crick, who unfortunately missed most of last season.

44 Kansas City Chiefs- Dwayne Allen TE Clemson*
Injuries really hurt the Chiefs playoff chances, and Allen could give this offense a bigger playmaker at TE.

45 Dallas Cowboys- Brandon Washington OG Miami*
The Cowboys could look to help the oline out to help Romo stay healthy, and Washington will rise up the boards.

46 Philadelphia Eagles- Brandon Thompson DT Clemson
More defensive talent is drafted here to help the run defense, and Thompson can be a NT in a 4-3.

47 New York Jets- Vinny Curry DE/OLB Marshall
Rex Ryan could potentially add the next Terrell Suggs here with Curry, who will be a dynamic pass rusher in the NFL.

48 New England Patriots(f/OAK)- Reuben Randle WR LSU*
Brady could use a WR with some size and down the field ability heading forward, and Randle could really benefit playing with a HoF QB like Brady.

49 San Diego Chargers- Kelechi Osemele OT Iowa State
Norv Turner needs to give Phillip Rivers better pass protection, and Osemele can play at all the OT and OG positions.

50 Chicago Bears- Andre Branch DE Clemson
The Bears give the defense another pass rusher other than Pepper, and Branch really showed his true talent this year.

51 Philadelphia Eagles(f/ARI)- Audie Cole ILB North Carolina State
Another LB to play behind this talented dline could be a good idea here, and Cole can play some OLB in the NFL.

52 Seattle Seahawks(f/TEN)- Bruce Irvin DE/OLB West Virginia
Carrol adds a future replacement for Chris Clemons here with Irvin, who knows how to rush the passer.

53 Cincinnati Bengals- Amini Silatolu OG Midwestern State
The Bengals reach for a potential starter at LG here with Silatolu whoís from a small school.

54 Detroit Lions- Andrew Datko OT Florida State
Detroit drafts their future LT with Datko here, to protect Stafford who is injury prone.

55 Atlanta Falcons- Ronnell Lewis DE/OLB Oklahoma*
With Mike Nolan now the DC, donít be surprised to see a standup pass rusher like Lewis be added to the defense.

56 Pittsburgh Steelers- Brandon Boykin CB Georgia
Secondary youth and talent is needed at CB, and Boykin could also return some kicks if needed.

57 Denver Broncos- Billy Winn DT Boise State
Denver looks to add some DT talent with Winn here, who could turn into a quality player in the NFL.

58 Houston Texans- Markelle Martin DB Oklahoma State
Houston could use a Nickel CB and some Safety help, and Martin can play right away.

59 New Orleans Saints- Lavonte David OLB Nebraska
An athletic LB could really give this defense some more talent, and David has sideline to sideline speed.

60 Green Bay Packers- Jonathan Massaquoi DE/OLB Troy*
Another pass rusher opposite Matthews could improve the defense, and Massaquoi can be that guy in Green Bay.

61 New York Giants- Michael Brewster C Ohio State
Improved play at Center could be looked for, and Brewster could end up being Eliís Center for the rest of his career.

62 Baltimore Ravens- Dontía Hightower ILB Alabama*
Ray Lewisís potential replacement could be added here, and Hightower will be able to improve the run defense some.

63 San Francisco 49ers- Dwight Jones WR UNC
A tall WR to give Alex Smith another target is what Harbaugh will be looking for, and Jones was impressive at UNC last year.

64 New England Patriots- Trumaine Johnson CB Montana
Belichick could try to add a potential FS/CB type player to fill 2 needs, and Johnson has rare size and athleticism similar to Jimmy Smith.
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Not big on that Jets trade. Need a RT, 1-2 WR's, 1-2 safeties, and a OLB to come in this offseason at a minimum, and they don't have a lot of cap room to make moves in FA. Great player, but too much of a luxury pick to give up all of that to get him IMO. Bringing in a starting caliber RT and a 2nd-3rd round back with speed and/or receiving ability like Wilson, Polk, Martin, or James to start or split carries with Greene is an efficient enough way to improve the run game with much less cost.
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Looking at the way that board fell, I would rather take Sanu at #32 and Billy Winn at #48.
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Way to many trades to consider this draft as any kind of possibility of happening.
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Awful trade for the Jets. We lack depth and we give up 2 big picks in this year's draft AND a future 1st to move up 12 spots? No sir sorry.
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Awesome Bears picks!
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Not big on that Jets trade. Need a RT, 1-2 WR's, 1-2 safeties, and a OLB to come in this offseason at a minimum, and they don't have a lot of cap room to make moves in FA. Great player, but too much of a luxury pick to give up all of that to get him IMO. Bringing in a starting caliber RT and a 2nd-3rd round back with speed and/or receiving ability like Wilson, Polk, Martin, or James to start or split carries with Greene is an efficient enough way to improve the run game with much less cost.
I think you guys sign a WR in F/A to give Sanchez more weapons(Vincent Jackson, Reggie Wayne or Dwayne Bowe.

You guys were at your best when you had a dominant run game and a tough defense, and adding an elite talent at RB and Curry at OLB could help give you guys that. A RT can be easily found in F/A as well, and a Safety can be drafted later in the draft.

I think Rex Ryan may feel he needs to make a playoff run this year or he could get fired, so some desperate moves could be made...
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Way to many trades to consider this draft as any kind of possibility of happening.
No way, last year there were multiple trades in the top 15. A team will move up for RG3, and a team could also try to land a top talent as well in a move to the top 10 picks just like my mock.
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The 1st round trade is well worth it and the 2nd round pick you got the right position. Give us Ben Jones instead of Brewster though.
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The trade value for the Vkings just doesn't seem right. I feel like Washington would have to give up more
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I don't mind the Lions picks, but I think the commentary is misguided.
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The trade value for the Vkings just doesn't seem right. I feel like Washington would have to give up more
It's not a huge move up the board, only 3 spots. The Vikings have a good chance to get Blackmon/Claiborne at 6 as long as Richardson goes top 5. The Vikings now get 2 3rd's to potentially add a CB and DT to help the defense out.
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Not a huge fan of Reiff in the top 10, although I see the reasoning for the pick. But I LOVE getting Flynn in FA and Nick Perry in the 2nd! Nice work!
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Not a huge fan of Reiff in the top 10, although I see the reasoning for the pick. But I LOVE getting Flynn in FA and Nick Perry in the 2nd! Nice work!
You guys will be in a tough position if thats how the board goes, and could look to trade out. If you guys can't I see you possibly going BPA on offense there...
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I think you guys sign a WR in F/A to give Sanchez more weapons(Vincent Jackson, Reggie Wayne or Dwayne Bowe.

You guys were at your best when you had a dominant run game and a tough defense, and adding an elite talent at RB and Curry at OLB could help give you guys that. A RT can be easily found in F/A as well, and a Safety can be drafted later in the draft.

I think Rex Ryan may feel he needs to make a playoff run this year or he could get fired, so some desperate moves could be made...
In a perfect world, the Jets could do what you said. There are two reasons I don't think they can't though. One, they need to bring in two safeties, not one. Drafting your two starting safeties in the fifth and sixth round with no third or fourth rounders since those were given up in the trade doesn't work that well.

The bigger issue though, is that the Jets are going to be basically at the cap when FA starts. That means there probably isn't enough money to sign one of those WR's, certainly not enough to sign one of the WR's, re-sign Pouha, and bring in a new right tackle. They need to be really conservative in free agency in all likelihood and will need to bring in or re-sign at least six starters at positions other than RB. I love Richardson, but with the cap space they have I don't see a feasible way they can make that much of a luxury pick.
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Love the Ravens first pick, and I understand where you are going with Hightower; but just like I've told everyone else who has mocked him to us: he really doesn't fit our system
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I love the Eagles mock.

Only thing I gotta say is I think Nick Perry may end up surprising you a little bit as to where he is picked. I think he could potentially go in the top 15. I have gotten to watch him the last couple years at SC and the guy is a very good talent.
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It's not a huge move up the board, only 3 spots. The Vikings have a good chance to get Blackmon/Claiborne at 6 as long as Richardson goes top 5. The Vikings now get 2 3rd's to potentially add a CB and DT to help the defense out.
http://www.draftcountdown.com/features/Value-Chart.php

3 spots in the early first round is still a big difference in value.

As a rule, teams don't come out on the short end of the stick when trading down, unless they're completely desperate. Which the Vikings won't be, with either Kalil or Claiborne available at their pick.

In addition, you have to assume that (at the very least) the Seahawks are also going to be bidding for the pick.
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Colts dont really need more LBs. They have bigger needs and Whitney Mercilus and Muhammed Sanu are better options for their 2nd round pick.
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Give the Chiefs Brandon Washington over Dwayne Allen and that is A+.
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31 San Francisco 49ers- Kevin Zeitler OG Wisconsin
Harbaugh could look to improve the offense with his 1st round pick, and with no WR worthy of this pick he decides to improve the RG position with Zeitler.
I like the addition of Jones in the 2nd round, but to say there are no WRs "worthy of the pick" with Sanu still on the bored, confuses me.
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In a perfect world, the Jets could do what you said. There are two reasons I don't think they can't though. One, they need to bring in two safeties, not one. Drafting your two starting safeties in the fifth and sixth round with no third or fourth rounders since those were given up in the trade doesn't work that well.

The bigger issue though, is that the Jets are going to be basically at the cap when FA starts. That means there probably isn't enough money to sign one of those WR's, certainly not enough to sign one of the WR's, re-sign Pouha, and bring in a new right tackle. They need to be really conservative in free agency in all likelihood and will need to bring in or re-sign at least six starters at positions other than RB. I love Richardson, but with the cap space they have I don't see a feasible way they can make that much of a luxury pick.
100 percent spot on, the Jets are on a tight rope when it comes to salaries and I doubt they get a big name WR this offseason. Jets maybe can snatch a OT from FA and resign Pouha but that's about it....leaving the draft to be prioritized to get a WR, OLB and S among the 1st 3 picks.

I do think Leonard gets resigned at a fair price though, in large part since he's had 2 nasty injuries in 2 years. So it will be one safety in the draft.
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Wont lie, I dont like either pick.
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