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Pat Sims 90 11-27-2012 03:43 PM

Week 13 Mock
 
Order Based on ESPN Rankings.

1. Kansas City Chiefs(1-10)- QB Tyler Wilson Arkansas

2. Jacksonville Jaguars(2-9)- DE/LB Jarvis Jones Georgia

3. Philadelphia Eagles(3-8)- QB Geno Smith West Virginia

4. Oakland Raiders(3-8)- QB Matt Barkley USC

5. Carolina Panthers(3-8)- DT Star Lotulelei Utah

6. Cleveland Browns(3-8)- DE Damontre Moore Texas A&M

7. Tennessee Titans(4-7)- DE Barkevious Mingo LSU

8. Arizona Cardinals(4-7)- OT Luke Joeckel Texas A&M

9. Buffalo Bills(4-7)- OT Jake Matthews Texas A&M

10. New York Jets(4-7)- DE/LB Sam Montgomery LSU

11. San Diego Chargers(4-7)- DT Jonathan Hankins Ohio State

12. St Louis Rams(4-7)- WR Keenan Allen California

13. Detroit Lions(4-7)- CB DeMarcus Milliner Alabama

14. Dallas Cowboys(5-6)- OT Taylor Lewan Michigan

15. Miami Dolphins(5-6)- WR Justin Hunter Tennessee

16. St Louis Rams(f/WSH)(5-6)- OG Chance Warmack Alabama

17. Minnesota Vikings(6-5)- LB Manti Te'o Notre Dame

18. New Orleans Saints(5-6)- DT Sheldon Richardson Missouri

19. Pittsburgh Steelers(6-5)- CB Xavier Rhodes Florida State

20. Seattle Seahawks(6-5)- WR Terrence Williams Baylor

21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers(6-5)- CB Jonathan Banks Mississippi State

22. Cincinnati Bengals(6-5)- DE Bjoern Werner Florida State

23. Indianapolis Colts(7-4)- DE/LB Dion Jordan Oregon

24. Green Bay Packers(7-4)- RB Giovani Bernard North Carolina

25. New York Giants(7-4)- DT Kawann Short Purdue

26. Denver Broncos(8-3)- DT Jonathan Jenkins Georgia

27. Chicago Bears(8-3)- CB/S David Amerson North Carolina State

28. New England Patriots(8-3)- S Tony Jefferson Oklahoma

29. Baltimore Ravens(9-2)- DE Alex Okafor Texas

30. San Francisco 49ers(8-2-1)- CB Jordan Poyer Oregon State

31. Atlanta Falcons(10-1)- TE Tyler Eifert Notre Dame

32. Houston Texans(10-1)- WR Robert Woods USC

vidae 11-27-2012 03:53 PM

Great KC pick.

Razor 11-27-2012 04:23 PM

Terrible Patriots pick. Woods or Ansah would be much better selections imo.

TACKLE 11-27-2012 04:25 PM

I know the Ravens are tough to pick for this year and I like Okafor. He's a quality all-around player but I don't think I like him on the Ravens early. We're pretty good at DE/OLB but I wouldn't be opposed to bringing in someone else but hopefully that guy would be someone who could bring an element of speed and explosiveness that we're lacking in our front seven.

T-RICH49 11-27-2012 05:02 PM

good KC pick

RaiderNation 11-27-2012 10:37 PM

Any of the 3 picks after ours would be better options for us to go compared to drafting a QB.

TheMatriculator 11-28-2012 10:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vidae (Post 3193823)
Great KC pick.

I don't think that I'm quite as in love with Tyler Wilson as vidae but he was on the RG3 bandwagon very early so I've got to give him props for that.

Brown Leader 11-28-2012 11:52 AM

Jones at #2 or top 5 would be almost ignoring his medical-I can't see that happening.

Oak going QB, and for Barkley is interesting. 99 problems and a QB....whatever.

Werner....really?

Pat Sims 90 11-28-2012 02:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Brown Leader (Post 3194390)
Jones at #2 or top 5 would be almost ignoring his medical-I can't see that happening.

Oak going QB, and for Barkley is interesting. 99 problems and a QB....whatever.

Werner....really?

Jones not going in the top 5 would make every team picking in the top 5 stupid.

Oakland has yet to find a franchise QB.

The Bengals have 3 FA DEs in Geathers, Johnson, and Gilberry. Michael Johnson will get a big contract by a other team that is not the Bengals.

Matthew Jones 11-28-2012 08:46 PM

Tony Jefferson would fit, but New England already has four options at safety: McCourty, Chung, Gregory, and Tavon Wilson. McCourty's been a stud at free safety, and I'd be fine with Gregory/Wilson at strong safety next season even if Chung leaves.

nobodyinparticular 11-28-2012 10:20 PM

Oakland draft is blah...

You say the Raiders have yet to find a franchise QB. You draft Barkley in 2013 and you will say the same thing next year.

Palmer is replaceable, sure, but not by anyone in this draft. Give me something that will actually be an upgrade.

RCAChainGang 11-29-2012 04:54 AM

Love the Colts pick. I hope he is around during our pick.

bengalbuck 11-29-2012 10:12 PM

Love the Bengals pick. I don't really buy that all 3 of those QBs are top 5 guys, especially Wilson.

coordinator0 11-29-2012 10:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TACKLE (Post 3193851)
I know the Ravens are tough to pick for this year and I like Okafor. He's a quality all-around player but I don't think I like him on the Ravens early. We're pretty good at DE/OLB but I wouldn't be opposed to bringing in someone else but hopefully that guy would be someone who could bring an element of speed and explosiveness that we're lacking in our front seven.

Pretty much this. If Kruger is brought back then the they will have Suggs and Kruger at the RUSH position and Upshaw and McClellan at the SAM position. I don't think Okafor would upgrade much for the team. I'm starting to think that they will avoid the position with a high pick (assuming they want to/are able to re-sign Kruger) but somebody more explosive could still be an option since there still isn't anybody like that on the roster.

If Kruger isn't with the Ravens next season then that changes things a lot, but I'm not sure Okafor would be a great choice to replace him anyways. I just don't feel comfortable projecting him to be a real threat as a pass-rusher in the NFL and that's what Baltimore will need (both as a situational pass-rusher and possibly as a future replacement for Suggs).

ChicagoBearsVet23 11-30-2012 12:30 AM

Bears will draft Jonathan Cooper or Tyler Eifert.

CheeseKnuckles 11-30-2012 11:25 AM

Who does Giovanni Bernard compare to in the NFL?

CJSchneider 11-30-2012 05:34 PM

At that spot, NO would be good with that pick, but would be wiser to get Werner.

rawdawg 11-30-2012 08:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ChicagoBearsVet23 (Post 3195770)
Bears will draft Jonathan Cooper or Tyler Eifert.

Agree with Eifert. Like Cooper a lot, but I think the Bears would lean more toward Fluker/Thomas who could play OT/OG. Gives the Bears flexibility along with Carimi possible at RG/RT next year depending on how he ends the season.

Fluker and Carimi at Guard would be fun for Cutler. A pair of 6'7" OGs.

the_legend_killer 12-01-2012 12:44 AM

I enjoy that Vikings pick.

Taber21 12-01-2012 03:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pat Sims 90 (Post 3193809)
17. Minnesota Vikings(6-5)- LB Manti Te'o Notre Dame

Sign us up!

Abaddon 12-03-2012 03:25 AM

Barkley doesn't belong anywhere near the top 5, and QB is well down the list of Oakland's problems. Would be foolish to bring a rookie QB into this disaster relief effort Reggie McKenzie is working on.

nobodyinparticular 12-03-2012 02:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Abaddon (Post 3199516)
Barkley doesn't belong anywhere near the top 5, and QB is well down the list of Oakland's problems. Would be foolish to bring a rookie QB into this disaster relief effort Reggie McKenzie is working on.

Thank you Crow. Well said.

Abaddon 12-04-2012 08:48 AM

I'm a firm believer in letting a veteran QB take the pounding while you build your offensive line, and only then look to take a chance on a 1st round passer...unless you get the chance to draft a Luck or RGIII caliber player. There are no such QBs in this class, so...


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