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mightytitan9 01-21-2013 02:28 PM

Mightytitans Mock Draft
 
1) Chiefs- QB Geno Smith 6'3" 220 WV
2) Jaguars- DE/LB Jarvis Jones 6'2" 242 Georgia
3) Raiders- CB Dee Milliner 6'1" 198 Alabama
4) Eagles- LT Luke Joeckel 6'6" 310 Texas A&M
5) Lions- DE Bjoern Werner 6'4" 256 Florida State
6) Browns- DE/LB Damontre Moore 6'5" 250 Texas A&M
7) Cardinals- QB Tyler Wilson 6'2" 218 Arkansas
8) Bills- QB Matt Barkley 6'2" 230 USC
9) NY Jets- OG Chance Warmack 6'2" 322 Alabama
10) Titans- DT Star Lotulelei 6'3" 320 Utah
11) Chargers- OT Eric Fisher 6'7" 305 Central Michigan
12) Dolphins- WR Keenan Allen 6'3" 210 CAL
13) Bucs- CB Xavier Rhodes 6'1" 217 Florida State
14) Panthers- FS Kenny Vaccaro 6'1" 218 Texas
15) Saints- DE Barkevious Mingo 6'4" 240 LSU
16) Rams- OT Lane Johnson 6'6" 310 Oklahoma
17) Steelers- CB Johnathan Banks 6" 190 Miss. State
18) Cowboys- DE Dion Jordan 6'6" 243 Oregon
19) NY Giants- OG Jonathan Cooper 6'3" 310 NC
20) Bears- DT Sheldon Richardson 6'3" 295 Missouri
21) Bengals - DE Sam Montgomery 6'5" 260 LSU
22) Rams f/Redskins- WR Cordarelle Patterson 6'3" 205 Tennessee
23) Vikings- LB Arthur Brown 6'1" 230 Kansas State
24) Colts- DT Johnathan Hankins 6'3" 320 Ohio State
25) Seahawks- DE Ezekiel Ansah 6'5" 270 BYU
26) Packers- C Barrett Jones 6'4" 305 Alabama
27) Texans- DT Jesse Williams 6'3" 320 Alabama
28) Broncos- LB Kevin Minter 6'1" 245 LSU
29) Patriots- WR Tavon Austin 5'9" 175 WV
30) Falcons- RB Eddie Lacey 5'10" 220 Alabama
31) Ravens- LB Manti Te'o 6'2" 255 Notre Dame
32) 49ers- WR DeAndre Hopkins 6'1" 200 Clemson

Round 2
33. Jacksonville- QB Mike Glennon 6'5" 232 NC State
34. Kansas City- ILB Alec Ogletree 6'1" 234 Georgia
35. Philadelphia- S Eric Reid 6'2" 212 LSU
36. Detroit- OT Oday Aboushi 6'6" 310 Virginia
37. Cincinnati- DT Shariff Floyd 6'3" 303 Florida
38. Arizona- TE Zach Ertz 6'6" 252 Stanford
39. Cleveland- Supplemental Draft
40. New York Jets- WR Robert Woods 6'1" 190 USC
41. Tennessee- SS Matt Elam 5'10" 202 Florida
42. Bills - WR Terrence Williams 6'2" 205 Baylor
43. Miami- CB Jordan Poyer 5'11" 190 Oregon St
44. Tampa Bay- TE Tyler Eifert 6'5" 252 Notre Dame
45. Carolina- DT John Jenkins 6'3" 358 Georgia
46. New Orleans- Bounty
47. San Diego- OT/G DJ Fluker 6'4" 355 Alabama
48. St. Louis- LB Khaseem Greene 6'1" 234 Rutgers
49. Dallas- OL Kyle Long 6'6" 312 Oregon
50. Pittsburgh- DE Margus Hunt 6'8" 280 SMU
51. New York Giants- DE Alex Okafor 6'5" 265 Texas
52. Chicago- OT Justin Pugh 6'5" 298 Syracuse
53. Washington- CB Logan Ryan 6" 198 Rutgers
54. Minnesota- DT Kewan Short 6'3" 315 Purdue
55. Cincinnati- RB Giovanni Bernard 5'10" 205 NC
56. Oakland (From MIA)- DE John Simon 6'2" 260 Ohio State
57. Green Bay- FS Phillip Thomas 6'1" 215 Syracuse
58. Seattle- DT Sylvester Williams 6'3" 320 NC
59. Houston- WR Justin Hunter 6'4" 200 Tennessee
60. Denver- CB Will Davis 6" 186 Utah State
61. New England- DE Datone Jones 6'4" 275 UCLA
62. Atlanta- DE Brandon Jenkins 6'3" 260 Florida State
63. Baltimore- C Travis Frederick 6'4" 338 Wisconsin
64. San Francisco- RB Montee Ball 5'11" 215 Wisconsin

Seasonticketholder 01-21-2013 02:32 PM

Love the Mingo pick! With Mingo, Jordan, and Richardson all on the board, it would almost wise to trade down 3-4 spots and add another pick while still grabbing one.

And I wish Goodell swallow his pride and return our second rounder.

ChicagoBearsVet23 01-21-2013 02:45 PM

I'd go Te'o and Frederick

Trogdor 01-21-2013 02:59 PM

Not bad for Dallas.

Cooper then Hunt would be soooo much better though.

mightytitan9 01-21-2013 03:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Trogdor (Post 3252824)
Not bad for Dallas.

Cooper then Hunt would be soooo much better though.

Thanks for the input. I am not as high as Hunt in the 43 defense as some, but think in the 2nd it would have been good value.

I went with Jordan because Jerry has a history of passing on lineman in the draft. Cooper would be wise, and it largely depends on what they plan to do with their defensive personnel, and if Spencer returns of course.

Thanks for your input and I will consider it in future versions

mightytitan9 01-21-2013 03:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Seasonticketholder (Post 3252788)
Love the Mingo pick! With Mingo, Jordan, and Richardson all on the board, it would almost wise to trade down 3-4 spots and add another pick while still grabbing one.

And I wish Goodell swallow his pride and return our second rounder.

Thanks. With the aging D-Line and fast surface I thought Mingo may be a good fit.

I almost went with Cordarelle Patterson at this selection but decided against it, what would your opinion have been?

mightytitan9 01-21-2013 03:18 PM

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Originally Posted by ChicagoBearsVet23 (Post 3252806)
I'd go Te'o and Frederick

this pick will largely depend on what goes on during the offseason. With the impending FA of Melton and Okoye I went with the DT position.

Frederick was in consideration in the 2nd, but I decided with the OT because I think he'll fit the new coaches scheme more than Webb

coordinator0 01-21-2013 03:26 PM

Te'o is a great pick for Baltimore in the first round. Not so much for Frederick. If Birk retires they have Gradkowski (who they just took with a top 100 pick last year) and it looks like Osemele is going to be a fixture at LG to go along with Yanda at RG. They need depth but that can wait to be addressed until later in the draft.

RCAChainGang 01-21-2013 03:35 PM

With who is left, I guess I'm okay with that Colts pick. I might like to have Barrett Jones or Eric Reid over him though. Meh, it is close. Not many prospects I'm super excited about with how things fell in this mock.

mightytitan9 01-21-2013 03:36 PM

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Originally Posted by coordinator0 (Post 3252861)
Te'o is a great pick for Baltimore in the first round. Not so much for Frederick. If Birk retires they have Gradkowski (who they just took with a top 100 pick last year) and it looks like Osemele is going to be a fixture at LG to go along with Yanda at RG. They need depth but that can wait to be addressed until later in the draft.

Thanks for the feedback. My official thought process behind the Frederick pick was to do some shuffling. I think McKinnie will likely be gone as will Birk. Moving Oher back to LT, Osemele should be able to handle the RT spot. Gradkowski moves up the depth chart to starter, Yanda at RG and Frederick plays the LG position.

I forgot to change the position listed to what he'd actually be playing for the Ravens

coordinator0 01-21-2013 03:42 PM

Ahh, if you're projecting Oher to shift back to LT then I could see your reasoning. I really think that Osemele is going to stay at LG though. He's looked a lot better there than at RT. Jah Reid wasn't bad at LG when he was healthy but I expect him to shift to RT in the situation that Oher goes back to LT. Aside from Oher I think that lines everybody up in their best position along the OL.

mightytitan9 01-21-2013 03:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RCAChainGang (Post 3252868)
With who is left, I guess I'm okay with that Colts pick. I might like to have Barrett Jones or Eric Reid over him though. Meh, it is close. Not many prospects I'm super excited about with how things fell in this mock.

Thanks, I thought Hankins was pretty good value and with 2 of the 3 starters on the D-Line being FA's I thought it'd be wise to bring someone in.

TheMatriculator 01-21-2013 03:58 PM

Geno Smith + Alec Ogletree = perfect Chiefs draft

Seriously, there are several directions that the Chiefs can take in the 2nd round (ILB, CB, WR) but if a guy like Ogletree slips down, it's a no-brainer.

T-RICH49 01-21-2013 05:40 PM

agree with everything thematriculator said

ArkyRamsFan 01-21-2013 06:37 PM

mightytitan9,

Decent job for the Rams but I really don't see them going back to back offense in the first round.

They'll take a defensive front seven guy like Sheldon Richardson over an O lineman like Lane Johnson in the first.

Of course, you being a Titan fan are probably used to this, right?:wave:

WHAT SAY YE?

mightytitan9 01-21-2013 07:32 PM

Knowing Fishers strategy I know how much he values the offensive line. I don't see the talent here he is used to and that's why I went with Lane Johnson, he doesn't get the publicity many do, but he's a very good OT.

They've got quite a bit invested in the D-Line already, and mostly need depth at the positions. I'm not sure they'd go D-Line there, whether they go O Line or not is to be seen, but they need help on the offensive side of the ball and that's why I spent their first two selections there

Pat Sims 90 01-21-2013 08:37 PM

I don't see the Bengals taking a DT that high. They just drafted Devon Still and Brandon Thompson last year in the 2nd and 3rd Round. Give them a S, LB, or CB at that spot.

indyfan1985 01-21-2013 08:39 PM

Great pick for the Colts getting Hankins. He would be a young impact player we need on the DL.

mightytitan9 01-21-2013 08:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pat Sims 90 (Post 3253155)
I don't see the Bengals taking a DT that high. They just drafted Devon Still and Brandon Thompson last year in the 2nd and 3rd Round. Give them a S, LB, or CB at that spot.

Thanks I had forgotten about those two. I will remember that for my next one

farfromforgotten 01-21-2013 08:52 PM

Interesting 49ers mock.

I like both players, but I'm not sure how likely it would be that we'd take either. We just drafted Jenkins towards the end of the 1st round last year. I don't think they'd give up on him that soon. Hopkins looks like he could be a special player, though.

Gore doesn't seem to be slowing down much. James has come on during the latter part of the season and hopefully Hunter can come back at full strength. I see Hunter and James leading our backfield in the near future.

I think Floyd could be in play at the end of round 1 going by your mock. Possibly even Ertz or Poyer. It's hard to say for the niners right now.

mightytitan9 01-21-2013 08:57 PM

Thanks for the input. After look I will reconsider in future mocks, when looking over the depth chart online I forgot to look at the players on IR so I forgot about Manningham and Hunter.

Robcards 01-21-2013 10:29 PM

Wr is about 12th on the list of Jets needs. Going 2 rounds without addressing the fact that we have 0 pass rushers on the team would be catastrophic especially considering how good the pass rush class is early

holt_bruce81 01-21-2013 11:08 PM

I can dig that Rams draft. Nice work

wicket 01-21-2013 11:39 PM

hate the mingo pick, with his frame hell never be more than a situational pass rusher and who spends a first round pick on that

Abaddon 01-22-2013 04:40 AM

Hard to imagine Oakland reaching for Milliner there. McKenzie seems like a "build from the inside out" guy (thank gawd), and our insides need some serious building.

I believe, and I think nobodyinparticular would second this, that McKenzie will use up the entire clock trying to trade out of this pick. Whether a trade happens or not, our first pick will almost certainly be a fatty or a scheme diverse pass rusher.


Trading up for Simon is interesting. I still haven't gotten a handle on what his pre-Senior Week, pre-Combine stock is, but I do love the cat's intangibles. Definitely seems like the type of player our new regime covets. We're getting an up close and personal look at him in Mobile right now. I wouldn't be surprised to see our staff fall in love with him, even if he is looking really awful in coverage.


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