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-- Current Playoff Order.. --{ Giants are My Team }--


***One Hypothetical Trade***
(Miami Trades OT Jon Martin to Indy for RB Trent Richardson)

Let me know Fans of those teams and everyone else for that matter.
Always appreciate feedback, Hope I got it right.


Round 1
1. Houston Texans - Teddy Bridgewater (QB - Louisville)

New Coach , New quarterback.

2. St. Louis Rams (From Washington) - Jake Matthews (OT- Texas A&M)

He is a safe pick and will help Sam Bradford .. Then if Bradford struggles, He can be replaced but too early for new quarterback here.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars - Blake Bortles (QB- UCF)

Maybe the fact that he played In-State , Helps keep him in Florida

4. Cleveland Browns - Johnny Manziel (QB -Texas A&M)

Undersized like Colt McCoy but has that "It" Factor, Maybe Sammy Watkins is the Pick instead but I cant see Cleveland riding the future on Brian Hoyer

5. Oakland Raiders - Sammy Watkins (WR - Clemson)

This pick comes down to talent instead of need.. Oakland needs Pass rushers, O-line help and maybe a new quarterback, But how do you pass on the next Julio Jones?

6. Atlanta Falcons - Greg Robinson (OT- Auburn)

Start upfront rebuilding the line, Then add best defensive player in round 2

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Anthony Barr (OLB- UCLA)

Lovie know what he wants, A mean defense.


8. Minnesota Vikings - Khalil Mack (OLB- Buffalo)

While the Vikings need a new QB, I have a feeling that the new coach will also be defensive minded , So BPA is Mack


9. Buffalo Bills - Mike Evans (WR- Texas A&M)

Adding a few nasty players to the Buffalo defense will happen in the mid-rounds, But give E.J a big target WR early , and watch him develop w/ Woods and Evans.

10. Detroit Lions - Darqueze Dennard ( CB - Michigan St)

Two new starters in the secondary will need to be addressed, Another offensive lineman and a legit #2 Wr will be needed for the Lions. This season was the year to capitalize in that Division.



11. Tennessee Titans - Jadevon Clowney ( DE-Clemson)

Wont fall this far, But will update in next mock.


12. New York Giants - Cedric Ogbuehi ( OT- Texas A&M)

My Giants, where to start. Cedric might have more upside than Jake Matthews , Could be a legit LT and his ability to also play both Guards spots would be nice.



13. St. Louis Rams - Justin Gilbert (CB - Oklahoma St.)

While another offensive player would certainly help Bradford,, Adding another Corner opposite Jenkins , Plus Finnegan would only make that front 4 even more Dangerous.


14. Chicago Bears - C.J Mosley (LB - Alabama )

Next best Impact Linebacker, then a Defensive back in the 2nd.


15. Pittsburgh Steelers- Taylor Lewan (OT - Michigan)

I know some Steeler fans want a WR , while some want another Lineman..
Can't go wrong either way, Helping Big Ben gets you back into the playoffs.. Unless he gets traded to Cleveland

16. Baltimore Ravens - Cyrus Kouandjio (OT - Alabama)

Could also be TE, or WR but I have to think that addressing the offensive line would help not just Flacco but Ray Rice too.



17. Dallas Cowboys - RaShede Hageman (DT- Minnesota)

If I were really trying to fix the Cowboys, I personally would select OT Cameron Erving and continue overhauling the Offensive line.
But If you follow stats, Defense needs help first, Or a younger D-Coordinator.


18. New York Jets - Eric Ebron (TE- UNC)

Give Geno some real weapons, Watch him take off.

19. Miami Dolphins - Cameron Erving (OT- Florida St)

Should be an easy day for Miami's front office, Best Offensive Tackle round 1.


20. Arizona Cardinals - Derek Carr (QB- Fresno St)

I give most of the success this year to the Cardinals Defense and Bruce Arians.. Give him a Quarterback that he can develop and Arizona is set.


21. Green Bay Packers - Jace Amaro (TE-Texas Tech)

With Eddy Lacy as your Legit running back , adding another offensive weapon that can also block would make GB an instant Title Contender again next year


22. Philadelphia Eagles - Marquise Lee (WR- USC)

Chip Kelly knows what he wants; Another impact player from the Pac-10.
D.Jackson, Shady McCoy , Z. Ertz and M. Lee equals Dangerous.

23. Kansas City Chiefs - Antonio Richardson (OT- Tennessee)

Eric Fisher and Richardson would make nice bookends.. Beside B. Albert didn't want to be In KC this year, So why would KC want him too? Actually make the Trade this year to Miami and start over with someone younger.


24. Cincinnati Bengals -Ifo Ekpre-Olomu (CB – Oregon)

Before Andy Dalton gets all the blame. I would start with the secondary.

25. San Diego Chargers - Cyril Richardson (OG- Baylor)

Continue adding Compliments for Rivers and that Offensive. His new Coach definitely fixed him..So maybe he will actually win a Superbowl.


26. Cleveland Browns (From Indianapolis) - Kelvin Benjaman (WR – FSU)

Offensive should be the main priority right Cleveland fans? A WR along with a Guard or Tackle and a future Running back should also be on their list.


27. New Orleans Saints - Trent Murphy (DE-Stanford)

Adding another "Bad Man" along with Cameron Jordan, Would only make Rob Ryan love his job even more.


28. New England Patriots - Austin Seferian-Jenkins (TE-Washington)

Giving Brady another Tall Receiving option is never a bad thing.


29. San Francisco 49ers - HaHa Clinton-Dix (FS- Alabama)


30. Carolina Panthers - Louis Nix (DT- Notre Dame)

I know that a 6'5'' Wr is on the list along with another offensive lineman, But the idea of having Star Lotulelei and Nix III is pretty damn scarry for teams in the NFC South

31. Denver Broncos - Travis Swanson (C/G - Arkansas)
Continue to give Peyton Manning time in the Pocket , and he should be able to win at least one title for the Broncos

32. Seattle Seahawks - Marcus Roberson (CB – Florida)
While Maxwell and Thurman are Nice players and seeing how Browner wont be back , I think Pete Carroll keeps adding to an already strong defensive back unit and grabs another 6ft corner with extremely high upside


Round 2
33. Houston Texans - David Yankey (G -Stanford)
34. Washington Redskins - Zach Martin (G – Notre Dame)
35. Jacksonville Jaguars - Vic Beasley (DE - Clemson)
36. Cleveland Browns - Xavier Su'a-Filo (G - UCLA)
37. Oakland Raiders -Stephon Tuitt (DE – Notre Dame)
38. Atlanta Falcons - Kony Ealy ( DE-Missouri)
39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Gabe Jackson (G- Miss St)
40. Minnesota Vikings - Tajd Boyd (QB Clemson)
41. Buffalo Bills -La’el Collins (OT – LSU)
42. Detroit Lions - Jordan Matthews (Wr. Vanderbilt)
43. Tennessee Titans - Jack Mewhort (OT Ohio St)
44. New York Giants - E.J. Gaines (CB – Missouri)
45. St. Louis Rams - Allen Robinson (WR – Penn St)
46. Chicago Bears - Lamarcus Joyner (S/CB Florida State)
47. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jason Verrett (CB– TCU)
48. Dallas Cowboys - Kyle Fuller (CB- VT)
49. Baltimore Ravens - Jarvis Landry (WR- LSU)
50. New York Jets - Brandin Cooks (WR- Oregon State)
51. Miami Dolphins - James Hurst (OT-UNC)
52. Arizona Cardinals - Tre Mason (RB Auburn)
53. Green Bay Packers - Ryan Shazier (OLB– Ohio St)
54. Philadelphia Eagles - Trevor Reilly (DE/OLB – Utah)
55. San Francisco 49ers (From Kansas City) - Terrance Mitchell (CB-Oregon)
56. Cincinnati Bengals - Odell Beckham Jr. (WR- LSU)
57. San Diego Chargers - Scott Crichton (DE Oregon St)
58. Indianapolis Colts - Louchiez Purifoy (CB – Florida)
59. New Orleans Saints - Calvin Pryor (S- Louisville)
60. New England Patriots - Timmy Jernigan (DT - Florida State)
61. San Francisco 49ers - Will Sutton (DT- Arizona St)
62. Carolina Panthers - Kyle Van Noy (OLB- BYU)
63. Denver Broncos - Bradley Roby (CB Ohio St)
64. Seattle Seahawks -Davonte Adams (WR – Fresno St)

Round 3
65. Houston Texans - Aaron Lynch (DE-USF)
66. Washington Redskins - Martavis Bryant (WR- Clemson)
67. Jacksonville Jaguars - Ka'Deem Carey (RB Arizona)
68. Cleveland Browns Anthony Steen (G-Alabama)
69. Oakland Raiders - Zach Mettenberger (QB - LSU)
70. Atlanta Falcons - Weston Richburg (C/G - Colorado State)
71. New York Jets (From Tampa Bay) - Jeremiah Attaochu (OLB - Georgia Tech)
72. Minnesota Vikings - Ego Ferguson (DT LSU)
73. Buffalo Bills - Shayne Skov (ILB - Stanford)
74. Detroit Lions- Michael Sam (DE/OLB - Missouri)
75. San Francisco 49ers (From Tennessee) - Terrence Brooks (FS - Florida State)
76. New York Giants - Jackson Jeffcoat (DE- Texas)
77. St. Louis Rams - Aaron Donald (DT Pittsburgh)
78. Chicago Bears - Deone Bucannon (S – Washington St.)
79. Cleveland Browns (From Pittsburgh) -Carlos Hyde (RB - Ohio State)
80. Baltimore Ravens - Donte Moncrief (WR - Ole Miss)
81. Dallas Cowboys - Chris Smith (DE-Arkansas)
82. New York Jets - Bishop Sankey (RB - Washington)
83. Miami Dolphins - Lache Seastrunk (RB - Baylor)
84. Arizona Cardinals - Dee Ford (OLB- Auburn)
85. Green Bay Packers - Christian Jones (ILB - Florida State)
86. Philadelphia Eagles - DaQuan Jones (DT- Penn St)
87. Kansas City Chiefs - Telvin Smith OLB - Florida State
88. Cincinnati Bengals - Carl Bradford (OLB - Arizona State)
89. San Diego Chargers - C.J. Fiedorowicz (TE - Iowa)
90. Indianapolis Colts - Bryan Stork C - Florida State
91. New Orleans Saints - Victor Hampton (CB -South Carolina)
92. New England Patriots -Joel Bitonio (T - Nevada)
93. San Francisco 49ers - Paul Richardson (WR - Colorado)
94. Carolina Panthers - Brandon Coleman (WR - Rutgers)
95. Denver Broncos - Seantrel Henderson (OT - Miami)
96. Minnesota Vikings (From Seattle) -Chris Borland (ILB- Wisconsin)

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I don't know much about Sam, but I'm cool with the position and love the first two picks.
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Very interesting to have Clowney drop to at least the 4th round. Terrible, terrible Panthers draft.
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Not bad for NO. I would say we would need to address the other side of the ball in those next two rounds for sure though. We could use some help at OT and now may be the time to start looking for someone to groom at QB.
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I will add Clowney.. Thanks

I know Carolina fans want a Wr; What about trying to sign Anquan Bolden ?

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Not bad for NO. I would say we would need to address the other side of the ball in those next two rounds for sure though. We could use some help at OT and now may be the time to start looking for someone to groom at QB.
I'd rather Van Noy in the second and possibly a WR in the third.
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OT is just a bad pick for KC. We already have two bookend tackles - Eric Fisher and Donald Stephenson.

I'd hope we'd take Ha-Ha there instead. FS is the biggest hole on this roster and Kendrick Lewis can't start for us another game.
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Not bad for NO. I would say we would need to address the other side of the ball in those next two rounds for sure though. We could use some help at OT and now may be the time to start looking for someone to groom at QB.
not a fan of murphy for the saints at all. we already have 1 pure pass rusher at olb in galette so id rather have an olb who is a bit more versatile if we decide to adress olb.
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terrible sf draft. need DL first then wide out not fs or cb .
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The writeups weren't the most eloquent that I've ever read but man, this is really good, besides Clowney going 11.
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Not sure about Cooks to the Jets. Not because I think he's a bad WR or because the Jets don't need one, but because current Jets slot WR Jeremy Kerley is arguably the only WR they currently have who is worth a damn.
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If Clowney is there at #10 the Lions will drop their needs and take him in a second, without any hesitation.
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Lewan is a bad pick for the steelers...i would think they take lee, benjamin, haha, nix, tuitt over lewan...the oline finished giving up 7 sacks over the last 7 games and playing much better in the run game.

Id also prefer Purifoy in round 2.

Also, i believe IEO is returning to Oregon
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not a fan of murphy for the saints at all. we already have 1 pure pass rusher at olb in galette so id rather have an olb who is a bit more versatile if we decide to adress olb.
we seem to forget about Victor Butler too
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I don't know much about Sam, but I'm cool with the position and love the first two picks.
Not a fan of taking Sam but those first two picks are PERFECT.
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Pretty good for ATL although I would much rather take Barr.
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never been a full time starter or anything. as much as i like the prospect of having him it wouldnt stop me from drafting an olb high. Honestly as long as graham is resigned there isnt a spot of instant need or anything now that armstead seems to be working out but there are tons of position with serious depth issues and olb, cb, wr, ot and ilb are the ones id like to see adressed most
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- No reaching
- No Kelvin Benjamin
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I dont see Jacksonville, Cleveland, Oakland, Atlanta, Tampa, Minnasota, Buffalo, or detroit let Clowney pass even if it doesnt fit a need to good of a prospect to pass up
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Thanks to everyone for the added insight from your Personal teams.
Some of the Write-ups may be sloppy, But I will get better with them.

--Yeah, I had DE Clowney slip a bit too far, And I will update OT Cameron Erving and CB Ifo ekepre-Olomu after learning that they are returning to school.

Crickett-- I wasn't sure whether to mock one of the Smaller WR's in this draft to the Jets or a Taller one... What is your assessment of Stephen Hill on the Jets?
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Crickett-- I wasn't sure whether to mock one of the Smaller WR's in this draft to the Jets or a Taller one... What is your assessment of Stephen Hill on the Jets?

He's been the Jets version of Tyrone Calico. Unless he's going up against the Buffalo Bills, he's been an almost complete non factor for two full seasons. The Jets don't necessarily need a supertall WR as much as they just need a quality one somewhere other than the slot.

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He's been the Jets version of Tyrone Calico. Unless he's going up against the Buffalo Bills, he's been an almost complete non factor for two full seasons. The Jets don't necessarily need a supertall WR as much as they just need a quality one somewhere other than the slot.
- He kind of reminds me of Limas Sweed, And I had high hopes for him.

Yeah, No complaints with Jeremy Kerley- He plays big.. But if the Jets can add at least 1 more legitimate offensive player, They would really be set.

-I even like their O-line probably more than most. Brian Winters will develop into a nice player , I think.
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30. Carolina Panthers - Louis Nix (DT- Notre Dame)

I know that a 6'5'' Wr is on the list along with another offensive lineman, But the idea of having Star Lotulelei and Nix III is pretty damn scarry for teams in the NFC South


I can only hope you have forgotten that we also took Kawann Short in the second round last year. When you combine Lotulelei, Short, Edwards and Cole, DT is easily among the deepest positions we have. Taking another defensive tackle would probably be the worst pick imaginable for us.

Regarding Van Noy in the second, linebacker isn't a need for us. That being said, I'm a huge fan of Van Noy's, and if we got him that late, I wouldn't complain.
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I can only hope you have forgotten that we also took Kawann Short in the second round last year. When you combine Lotulelei, Short, Edwards and Cole, DT is easily among the deepest positions we have. Taking another defensive tackle would probably be the worst pick imaginable for us.

Regarding Van Noy in the second, linebacker isn't a need for us. That being said, I'm a huge fan of Van Noy's, and if we got him that late, I wouldn't complain.
--Yeah, I don't know every team by heart. So Kawaan Short slipped my mind, As well as still being very young in the league, But he is certainly not as far along as Star is at this point.
--And in the 2nd, My logic was to just add the next best Outside Linebacker to play with Luke and Davis , Assuming he is still under contract. ( Thank you guys for Beason !!)

- I think we can agree, mocking a Quarterback might have been worse though.
But I will address your concern with the first round in my next draft.

Thanks for the heads up
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11. Tennessee Titans - Jadevon Clowney ( DE-Clemson)

Wont fall this far, But will update in next mock.
Don't you say that! He WILL fall that far! He WILL! DO YOU HEAR ME?!?!
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I hope you are right !! Would only help make me look better , lol

Who knows, maybe he does... But like someone else said,,, He probably wouldn't get passed Detroit in this situation.
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