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    1. Carolina Panthers - Cam Newton, QB
    Something tells me this is going to be the pick. I'm not much of a Newton fan, but I think King Richardson will want this pick to sell some tickets.

    2. Denver Broncos - Marcel Dareus, DT
    This should be the pick. Switching to a 4-3 they need a difference maker inside. The secondary is acceptable,

    enough to get by with. Dareus should have more of an impact right away than Peterson/Miller would.

    3. Buffalo Bills - Von Miller, LB
    If Newton is here, I think he is the pick. If not I think they wait for round 2 and look at Kaepernick or Mallet.

    4. Cincinatti Bengals - Julio Jones, WR
    I personally believe Julio will be higher on a lot of teams boards than AJ, I think he'll be the better pro WR

    myself even. Different guy than AJ, and I think he gives the Bengals a much more diverse threat. I do think they hold out getting a QB here, hoping to reel Palmer back in.

    5. Arizona Cardinals - Blaine Gabbert, QB
    I believe Gabbert is the only QB that the Cards consider taking at this point. At least at #5. Gabbert reminds me a

    lot of Big Ben and Whis likely thinks the same.

    6. Cleveland Browns - Da'Quan Bowers, DE
    New defense, need a pass rusher. Seriously, I don't think many people could name several members of Clevelands DL

    without looking it up. They have no identity up front.

    7. San Francisco 49ers - Patrick Peterson, CB
    San Fran would be overjoyed if Peterson fell into their laps. The guy would instantly make that secondary pretty damn good. This may also be a big trade location if someone wants to jump up.

    **TRADE** TEN receives #14+STL 3rd/5th
    8. St Louis Rams - AJ Green, WR
    I can totally see the Rams [and a few other teams] doing this to get this guy. Most think he's the best WR in the draft, and its very hard to argue against.

    **TRADE** DAL receives #17+#60/Brandon Meriweather --- NE receives #9+DAL 4th/7th
    9. New England Patriots - Prince Amukamara, CB
    Every year Bill surprises us, so I unfortunately cannot see the Pats taking Kerrigan, Smith etc. I expect a trade up for someone. Amukamara could be it.

    **TRADE** WAS receives #18+#50
    10. San Diego Chargers - JJ Watt, DE
    I think SD loves this guy and want to secure that DL. Quinn or someone is possible, but I expect AJ's Hubris will prevent him from drafting an OLB so soon/high after English.

    11. Houston Texans - Robert Quinn, LB
    Texans could use help in a lot of places on defense, but Quinn is a good start. I wouldn't rule out Aldon Smith or Cam Jordan here either.

    12. Minnesota Vikings - Ryan Mallet, QB
    I think this will be our shocker pick in the draft. I think Mallet is quietly rising, and I believe MIN wants a QB in round 1 to groom, Mallet is growing on me a bit as well and could very well make it into the top 15.

    13. Detroit Lions - Nick Fairley, DT
    Have fun with that DL NFCN.

    14. Tennessee Titans - Jake Locker, QB
    Tennessee is another team I see wanting an early QB. Too much uncertainty with free agency/trades at this point. Philly is going to rape some poor desperate team that missed a QB in the draft when the CBA is resolved.

    **TRADE** MIA receives #23/#54 --- PHI receives #15+MIA 3rd
    15. Philadelphia Eagles - Tyron Smith, T
    Philly tends to target a guy and go get em in the draft. Kolb is on the way out so keeping Vick upright is extremely important.

    16. Jackonsville Jaguars - Aldon Smith, DE
    Perfect scenario for Jacksonville, get a good set of options and no need to trade.

    17. Dallas Cowboys - Cameron Jordan, DE
    Dallas gets a stout player for their D and a 2nd round pick. Good deal for them.

    18. Washington Redskins - Cameron Heyward, DE
    Washington has a ton of needs, the trade down + Heyward should help.

    **TRADE** NYG receives #21+KC 4th
    19. Kansas City Chiefs - Ryan Kerrigan, LB
    Chiefs get Mike Vrabel's replacement, should be able to make an impact right away on passing downs.

    20. Tampa Bay Buccanneers - Mike Pouncey, G
    DL could also be addressed here, but I have an inkling Morris and Co. want to help out that Offense.

    21. New York Giants - Anthony Castanzo, OT
    Giants get a good trade down and solid tackle prospect for that OL.

    22. Indianapolis Colts - Gabe Carimi, OT
    Rarely do I agree with the Colts fans here, but I think Carimi is a perfect fit for what they do.

    23. Miami Dolphins - Christian Ponder, QB
    Another shocker, but I wouldn't be incredibly surprised to see him get in the 1st. Ingram is a major temptation here but teams are going to be desperate for QBs i suspect. Plus they get a 2nd back in this scenario.

    24. New Orleans Saints - Adrian Clayborn, DE
    Solid guy here, Saints are a hard team to pick for to me, so feedback from Saints Fans would be appreciated.

    25. Seattle Seahawks - Stephen Paea, DT
    Seattle is the team I see trading for Kolb. Probably giving up a 1/3 in next years draft. Paea should be a great anchor on that DL.

    26. Baltimore Ravens - Jon Baldwin, WR
    Very tempted to put Brandon Harris here, but Baldwin is such a good player. I really think if he gets his **** together he could be the best WR of this draft.

    27. Atlanta Falcons - Torrey Smith, WR
    More toys for Ryan!!

    **TRADE NE receives #34+BUF 4th**
    28. Buffalo Bills - Colin Kaepernick, QB
    Not a terrible trade up to secure a guy that fits their system and can learn behind Fitz for awhile.

    29. Chicago Bears - Corey Liuget, DT
    OL help is needed here as well, but Liuget is the best prospect for them on the board.

    30. New York Jets - Muhammed Wilkerson, DE
    Stop the ******* run. Right Rex?

    31. Pittsburgh Steelers - Brandon Harris, CB
    They got beat because of the corner position.

    32. Green Bay Packers - Justin Houston, LB
    Not sold on Houston myself, but he's good value here.

    Round 2-- Fight!

    ** TRADE NE receives #45+2013 2nd **
    33. San Francisco 49ers - Ricky Stanzi, QB
    34. New England Patriots - Nate Solder, OT
    35. Cincinatti Bengals - Marcus Cannon, OL
    36. Denver Broncos - Allen Bailey, DE
    37. Cleveland Browns - Titus Young, WR
    38. Arizona Cardinals - Derrek Sherrod, OT
    ** Trade TEN receives #43 + MIN 4th**
    39. Minnesota Vikings - Rahim Moore, S
    40. Dallas Cowboys - Ben Ijalana, OT
    41. Washington Redskins - Andy Dalton, QB
    ** TRADE HOU receives #45 + NE 5th **
    42. New England Patriots - Mark Ingram, RB
    43. Tennessee Titans - Martez Wilson, LB
    44. Detroit Lions - Bruce Carter, LB
    45. Houston Texans - Ras-I Dowling, CB
    46. Denver Broncos - Kyle Rudolph, TE
    ** TRADE STL receives #55+KC 4th**
    47. Kansas City Chiefs - Phil Taylor, DT
    48. Oakland Raiders - Brandon Burton, CB
    49. Jacksonville Jaguars - Aaron Williams, S
    50. Washington Redskins - Jerrel Jernigan, WR
    51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Lance Kendricks, TE
    52. New York Giants - Christian Ballard, DT
    53. Indianapolis Colts - Drake Nevis, DT
    54. Miami Dolphins - Mikel Lashoure, RB
    55. St Louis Rams - Danny Watkins, G
    ** Trade NO receives #60 + NE 4th**
    56. New England Patriots - Akeem Ayers, LB
    57. Seattle Seahawks - Marcus Cannon, G
    58. Baltimore Ravens - Jimmy Smith, CB
    59. Atlanta Falcons - Brooks Reed, DE
    60. New Orleans Saints - Rodney Hudson, C / OG
    61. San Diego Chargers - Jabaal Sheard, LB
    62. Chicago Bears - Orlando Franklink, OT
    63. Pittsburgh Steelers - Marvin Austin, DT
    64. Green Bay Packers - Johnny Patrick, CB
    Breed's QB Philosophy:
    Originally posted by Breed
    At the end of the day...

    Mobility > Accuracy

  • #2
    austin is a terrible fit for the steelers unless they play in running a 43 with worilds and woodley at DE and hood and austin at DT in the near future. Harrison play MIKE, Timmons WILL and sylvester SAM maybe...but seems like a tough transition for them to make.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by K Train View Post
      austin is a terrible fit for the steelers unless they play in running a 43 with worilds and woodley at DE and hood and austin at DT in the near future. Harrison play MIKE, Timmons WILL and sylvester SAM maybe...but seems like a tough transition for them to make.
      Austin could probably play nose with a bit of development.
      Breed's QB Philosophy:
      Originally posted by Breed
      At the end of the day...

      Mobility > Accuracy

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      • #4
        Originally posted by BradysKnee View Post
        18. Washington Redskins - Cameron Heyward, DE
        Washington has a ton of needs, the trade down + Heyward should help.
        41. Washington Redskins - Andy Dalton, QB
        50. Washington Redskins - Jerrel Jernigan, WR
        Awesome trade for the Skins and decent pick with Heyward. Kerrigan would be tough to pass on but either of those two would be fine. Kerrigan is visiting this week and would be a great fit across from Orakpo. The second round picks however are beyond awful. I cannot imagine passing on Phil Taylor, Brooks Reed, and Mark Ingram for Dalton. If Shanahan isn't sold on a first round franchise qb than I cant imagine him risking a 2nd rounder on a project considering our needs. Especially with such amazing value available. If he really beleived in Dalton I am confident he'd take him at 18 and not risk waiting for him to fall through the cracks. It just doesn't make sense and thats exactly why the success rate of 2nd round qbs is soooo low.

        Jernigan, not only a reach at that point, is not a strong fit for us at WR. There isn't much that really differentiates him from Anthony Armstrong. They are very similar receivers. We're not going to be looking for a deep threat slot receiver. Reed, Watkins, Ballard, Hudson, Jimmy Smith, LeShoure, and Ryan Williams would all be much better picks.

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        • #5
          I think the trade up for Amukamara is something that has been floated about recently and is a possiblity. As for the other trades Im not too happy about the value they would get from them. As for the picks, Solder and Ingram are great value in the second and Ayers is a nice pick up.


          BoneKrusher killing it with the sig

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          • #6
            Originally posted by BradysKnee View Post
            Austin could probably play nose with a bit of development.
            i dont think hed be a nose in our 34, maybe like the cowboys where rat plays nose but we need a disciplined clogger, not a penetrating attacker.

            and in all honesty i dont know where austins stock is, i think hed be more of a 5th round pick....i did miss most of the combine though so im not entirely sure. i could see him being a better DE for us than nose....glenn dorsey like role i suppose
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            • #7
              I can dig it for the Titans. But I think we could get STLs 1st and 2nd in a trade, especially if its for AJ Green.

              We could do 1st & 4th for Rams 1st and 2nd

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              • #8
                I doubt the saints would trade away the pick in the second round if ayers was still on the board (and this is coming from the guy who prolly likes ayers the least of everyone on this board)

                I really have no issues with Clayborne in the first, Im not all that happy with the trade down and I dont like the pick you have there. Even if you want to do the trade give the saints marvin austin.


                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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                • #9
                  Amukamara would be awesome. Overall it is a nice Pats draft. Typical BB screwing everybody in the draft . . . especially the Cowboys and Saints both giving away picks for NE's #60 overall. ;)

                  Sig img shamelessly stolen from teh interwebs

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                  • #10
                    Great Bears Draft

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by FlyingElvis View Post
                      Amukamara would be awesome. Overall it is a nice Pats draft. Typical BB screwing everybody in the draft . . . especially the Cowboys and Saints both giving away picks for NE's #60 overall. ;)
                      lol yeah clever eh?
                      Breed's QB Philosophy:
                      Originally posted by Breed
                      At the end of the day...

                      Mobility > Accuracy

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                      • #12
                        Fairley and Suh would be so sick.

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                        • #13
                          I'd be pretty pleased with that Phins draft. I'd prefer to give up a pick next year instead of the 3rd this year, but I'd be ok with it either way. Ponder and LeShoure would give us a nice young foundation to build on for the offense. Nice job.

                          Dolphins Dream Draft: 1. Jaylon Smith 2. Artie Burns 3. Landon Turner

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                          • #14
                            Dont see the Bengals passing on Gabbert.

                            Bengals dont need another OL that can control his weight give them Sherrod or Watkins


                            RIP themaninblack

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                            • #15
                              Baldwin is a decent pick at 26. Wilkerson and Houston are also distinct possibilities as that pick

                              Loving getting Jimmy Smith at 58 even though I highly doubt that happens

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