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MI_Buckeye 11-21-2012 03:18 PM

Two rounds
 
Order generated using ESPN Playoff Machine.

1.Kansas City Geno Smith, West Virginia QB
2. Jacksonville Jarvis Jones, Georgia OLB
3. Cleveland Damontre Moore, Texas A&M DE
4. St. Louis Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M OT
5. Philadelphia Matt Barkley, USC QB
6. Jets Star Lotulelei, Utah DT
7. Oakland Barkevious Mingo, LSU OLB
8. Carolina Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State DT
9. Arizona Taylor Lewan, Michigan OT
10. Miami Keenan Allen, California WR
11. Tennessee Bjoern Werner, Florida State DE
12. St. Louis* Eric Reid, LSU S
13. Buffalo Jonathan Banks, Mississippi State CB
14. Dallas Chance Warmack, Alabama OG
15. San Diego Manti Te’o, Notre Dame ILB
16. Tampa Bay Dee Milliner, Alabama CB
17. New Orleans Cornelius Carradine, Florida State DE
18. Detroit Ezekiel Ansah, BYU DE
19. Minnesota David Amerson, N.C. State CB
20. Cincinnati Sam Montgomery, LSU DE
21. Seattle Justin Hunter, Tennessee WR
22. Pittsburgh C.J. Mosley, Alabama ILB
23. Indianapolis Jesse Williams, Alabama DT
24. Chicago Eric Fisher, Central Michigan OT
25. Giants Arthur Brown, Kansas State OLB
26. San Francisco Xavier Rhodes, Florida State CB
27. New England Tavon Austin, West Virginia WR
28. Denver Sheldon Richardson, Missouri DT
29. Baltimore Dion Jordan, Oregon OLB
30. Atlanta Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame TE
31. Green Bay Matt Elam, Florida S
32. Houston DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson WR








33. Kansas City Robert Woods, USC WR
34. St. Louis Zach Ertz, Stanford TE
35. Jacksonville Corey Lemonier, Auburn DE
36. Philadelphia Oday Aboushi, Virginia OT
37. Cincinnati* Giovanni Bernard, North Carolina RB
38. Carolina Terrance Williams, Baylor WR
39. Arizona Desmond Trufant, Washington CB
40. Jets Mike Glennon, N.C. State QB
41. Tennessee Khaled Holmes, USC C
42. Miami Alex Okafor, Texas DE
43. Buffalo E.J. Manuel, Florida State QB
44. Washington Cordarelle Patterson, Tennessee WR
45. San Diego D.J. Fluker, Alabama OT
46. Tampa Bay Kawann Short, Purdue DT
47. Detroit Jonathan Cooper, North Carolina OG
48. Dallas Sylvester Williams, North Carolina DT
49. Cincinnati Chase Thomas, Stanford OLB
50. Minnesota Cobi Hamilton, Arkansas WR
51. Pittsburgh John Jenkins, Georgia DT
52. Miami* T.J. McDonald, USC S
53. Chicago Aaron Dobson, Marshall WR
54. Seattle Sharrif Floyd, Florida DT
55. Giants Datone Jones, UCLA DE
56. New England Kenny Vacarro, Texas S
57. San Francisco Barrett Jones, Alabama OG
58. Denver Stedman Bailey, West Virginia WR
59. Baltimore Shayne Skov, Stanford ILB
60. Atlanta Jordan Poyer, Oregon State CB
61. Green Bay Le’Veon Bell, Michigan State RB
62. Houston Robert Lester, Alabama S

ChicagoBearsVet23 11-21-2012 03:26 PM

Barrett Jones falling that far? Is his stock falling because I'd take him in a heartbeat in the 1st.

CJSchneider 11-21-2012 03:41 PM

Not a bad pick for NO, but one I hadn't given much thought to. Alas, I didn't see those first few losses either, and my eyes got big thinking about being in that top 10 spot.

MI_Buckeye 11-21-2012 03:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ChicagoBearsVet23 (Post 3188532)
Barrett Jones falling that far? Is his stock falling because I'd take him in a heartbeat in the 1st.

He's probably purely and interior prospect at this point, and he doesn't have overwhelming physical tools. He just looks to me like one of those college All-Everythings whose pro prospects don't QUITE match his press clippings.

BTW, notice I didn't have Jonathan Cooper going until the 47th pick overall, and he is much more athletic. I always have a hard time projecting interior O linemen.

vidae 11-21-2012 04:37 PM

Solid KC mock. Wouldn't hate that at all.

Matthew Jones 11-21-2012 04:44 PM

I'm not a fan of Tavon Austin in the first round, especially considering how well Julian Edelman played last week. Kenny Vaccaro seems like someone the Patriots may be interested in, although now that Devin McCourty is reportedly going to play safety on a more full-time basis, New England may feel comfortable with a Gregory/Tavon Wilson platoon at strong safety even if Patrick Chung leaves in free agency.

MI_Buckeye 11-23-2012 09:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Matthew Jones (Post 3188615)
I'm not a fan of Tavon Austin in the first round, especially considering how well Julian Edelman played last week.

I view Austin as a rich man's Julian Edelman. He is far more explosive. Austin would give the Patriots a big-play threat they currently don't have.

Matthew Jones 11-23-2012 09:23 AM

The point is that Edelman is already playing well in that role in New England, so why create a need just to fill it? It would be a better idea to look for more of a boundary receiver if you were going to look at that position.

By the way, Julian Edelman is very quick and explosive. He may not have elite speed, but look at his pre-draft workouts. Compared to the 2012 wide receivers last year, Edelman would have posted the second-fastest cone drill and the fastest shuttle. His 10-yard split, vertical jump, and broad jump were better than T.Y. Hilton's.

King Carls 5 Year Plan 11-23-2012 09:52 AM

really good KC mock. i would rather have Cordarelle Patterson than Woods, but thats just getting nit-picky. position value is there for both Smith and Woods as far as KC is concerned.

derza222 11-23-2012 10:11 AM

The Jets don't really have a particular need for Star, in fact they basically have young, talented guys for all 3 DL spots in a 30 front and both tackle spots in a 40 front, plus a strongside end. That said they could use talent so even though it's far from a need he looks like BPA there so I can't complain too much.

I'd be more than fine rolling the dice on Glennon in the second.

GatorsBullsFan 11-23-2012 01:12 PM

I don't see Jacksonville taking Corey Lemonier, Auburn DE he is pretty much a recreation of Quentin Groves

T-RICH49 11-23-2012 01:14 PM

fantastic KC draft

49erNation85 11-24-2012 04:39 PM

solid SF draft I would be a happy camper.

Bengals78 11-24-2012 04:43 PM

I would really like that draft.

Pat Sims 90 11-25-2012 09:15 AM

Solid Bengals draft.

bengalbuck 11-26-2012 12:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bengals78 (Post 3190617)
I would really like that draft.

Yeah, just about perfect. Especially if they could also add a safety in the third.

DiG 11-26-2012 02:34 PM

hmm not crazy about the skins using their 2nd round pick on a wr...don't see it considering the concerns on defense.

Poz51 11-27-2012 11:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MI_Buckeye (Post 3188519)
13. Buffalo Jonathan Banks, Mississippi State CB
15. San Diego Manti Te’o, Notre Dame ILB
27. New England Tavon Austin, West Virginia WR
32. Houston DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson WR

43. Buffalo E.J. Manuel, Florida State QB
49. Cincinnati Chase Thomas, Stanford OLB
52. Miami* T.J. McDonald, USC S
59. Baltimore Shayne Skov, Stanford ILB
62. Houston Robert Lester, Alabama S

Seems like a possible Bills draft to me, both players from the south eastern US, and I have heard that they like Manuel and have been scouting him heavily. Banks is my #1 rated corner, and personally I would not mind it at all, but they did draft Gilmore in the first round last year and Williams in the 2nd the year before, Nix has said he likes to draft a corner every year, but 3 within their first 6 picks in 3 consecutive drafts, with 2 first rounders? I dont see it. Teo makes sense in that they need a linebacker, and the defense needs some heart and soul type leadership, he's not from the SE, so would Nix do it? History says not... They could really use a upgrade at WR, there is no real #2 on the team, and Hopkins really makes sense to me, and Austin would make sense in thier spread if Gailey is still in Buffalo running the offense next year. Chances getting slimmer by the week.
No Tyler Wilson or Jake Matthews?
Rumor has it the Bills like Manual, I never have and think he is over-rated. Word was they really wanted a safety to replace Wilson last year, and might have taken Barron were he available. Wouldnt surprise me to see them take one in the first two rounds of the 2013 draft, Lester and McDonald make sense, as might a LB if they dont take one in the frist round.

My needs for the Bills: 1 - A QB (it took Fitzy 10+ weeks to hit his first deep ball of the season. 2/3/4 - LB/WR/SS in no particular order yet.

Abaddon 12-03-2012 03:28 AM

No to Mingo. Dude's all hype. Al's dead. No more workout warriors.


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