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Team Name: Arizona Cardinals

Cuts: Brian Hoyer, Ryan Lindley, William Powell, Alfonso Smith, Kory Sperry, Bryan McCann, Andrew Rich, Chilo Rachal, Ronald Talley

Signings: None

Draft Picks:
7. Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
47. Kevin Minter, ILB, LSU
69. Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama
114. David Quessenberry, OT, San Jose State
129. Quanterus Smith, OLB, Western Kentucky
140. Josh Evans, FS, Florida
165. Dennis Johnson, RB/KR, Arkansas
174. Joe Kruger, DE, Utah
176. Michael Mauti, ILB, Penn State

UDFAs: None
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Team Name: San Francisco 49ers

Cuts: Jewell Hampton, Joe Hastings, Demarcus Dobbs, Kenny Wiggins, Wayne Tribue, Johnathan Goodwin, Tony Jerod-Eddie, Lamar Divens, Darius Fleming, Nate Stupar, Trenton Robinson, C.J. Spillman, Cam Johnson, Michael Wilhoite


Signings: Jeff Otah

Draft Picks:

17) Johnathan Cooper - OG/C - North Carolina
34) D.J. Hayden - CB - Houston
61) D.J. Swearinger FS - South Carolina
93) Shamarko Thomas - SS - Syracuse
104) Jordan Reed - TE - Florida
131) Michael Buchanon - OLB - Illinois
157) Malliciah Goodman - DE - Clemson
237) T.J. Barnes - NT - Georgia Tech
246) Chriss Gragg - TE - Arkansas
252) Tanner Hawkinson - OT - Kansas



UDFAs: Bruce Taylor - MLB - VT
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Team Name: Seattle Seahawks

Cuts: Phil Bates, Will Blackmon, Allen Bradford, Derrick Coleman, Dexter Davis, Darren Fells, Chandler Fenner, Cooper Helfet, Lemuel Jeanpierre, Rishaw Johnson, Jermaine Kearse, Kyle Knox, Travis Long, Charly Martin, Anthony McCoy, Sean McGrath, Ron Parker, Mike Person, Josh Portis, DeShawn Shead, Korey Toomer, Myles Wade, Bryan Walters, Carson Wiggs, Stephen Williams

Signings: (all signings prior to beginning of Forum Mock)
Cliff Avril
Michael Bennett
Tony McDaniel
Brady Quinn

Draft Picks:
56) John Jenkins, DT, Georgia
87) Khaseem Greene, OLB, Rutgers
123) Jordan Mills, OT, Louisiana Tech
138) Dion Sims, TE, Michigan State
158) Kenjon Barner, RB, Oregon
194) Earl Watford, OG, James Madison
220) Corey Fuller, WR, Virginia Tech
231) Caleb Sturgis, K, Florida
241) Joseph Fauria, TE, UCLA
242) Travis Long, DE, Washington State

UDFAs: None
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St. Louis Rams

16. St. Louis Rams - WR Tavon Austin, West Virginia
1 (33). St. Louis Rams (from Jacksonville) - SS Matt Elam, Florida*
16 (46). St. Louis Rams - LB Jamie Collins, Mississippi St.'
16 (78). St. Louis Rams - OG Brian Winters, Kent St
1 (98). St. Louis Rams (from Jacksonville) - RB Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina*
16 (113). St. Louis Rams - WR Terrance Williams, Baylor
16 (149). St. Louis Rams - OG Hugh Thornton, Illinois
11 (179). St. Louis Rams (from San Diego through Jacksonville) - CB Micah Hyde, Iowa
16 (184). St. Louis Rams - DE David Baas, Missouri Western St.
16 (222). St. Louis Rams - QB/TE Mike Herman, RPI
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Arizona Cardinals

Positions of need: OL, S, LB, RB

Needs Analysis: The Cardinals found their quarterback in Carson Palmer; now they have to keep him upright after playing a pair of swinging gates at offensive tackle last season. Arizona's defense carried the team last season, but the Cards lost Adrian Wilson, Kerry Rhodes and Greg Toler this offseason, so they could use help in the secondary.

Real Draft:
Round 1, Jonathan Cooper OG
Round 2, Kevin Minter ILB
Round 3, Tyrann Mathieu CB
Round 4, Alex Okafor DE
Round 4, Earl Watford OG
Round 5, Stepfan Taylor RB
Round 6, Ryan Swope
Round 6, Andre Ellington RB
Round 7, D.C. Jefferson TE

Mock Draft:

Signings: None

Draft Picks:
7. Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
47. Kevin Minter, ILB, LSU
69. Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama
114. David Quessenberry, OT, San Jose State
129. Quanterus Smith, OLB, Western Kentucky
140. Josh Evans, FS, Florida
165. Dennis Johnson, RB/KR, Arkansas
174. Joe Kruger, DE, Utah
176. Michael Mauti, ILB, Penn State

UDFAs: None

This is gonna be tricky because I think the real life Cardinals had one of the best drafts of any team this year. I absolutely loved what they did. So seeing the way they addressed their needs in comparison here could have a little effect. The thing that stands out the most is the Geno Smith pick here. I understand the justification of the pick because he was such a polarizing draft prospect. Loved by his supporters and Hated by his doubters. But in the end, it's easier to make this grade because we all witnessed how he fell in the draft. So I have to knock this grade down a little. I think ARZ would've been a good spot for him because he could sit and learn behind Palmer. However, if you're just getting a developmental QB, this was the year to wait a round or two. Top 10 picks should be reserved for QBs who will start from Day 1. Moving on... Kevin Minter was a bad ass pick. Matched what the Cards did in real life and that is pretty impressive. Getting Eddie Lacy next was amazing for the Cardinals. What a land that would've been for them in real life. Quessenberry could really surprise folks down the line. He's as good of a developmental Tackle as you could find and he really had a nice combine. More good news, in getting Quanterus Smith. I feel he has equal value to Alex Okafor, if not more. Josh Evans is one of my sleeper Safeties, so landing him gets brownie points from me. Rounding out the draft wtih Dennis Johnson, Joe Kruger and Michael Mauti are fine picks, but I would've liked to see some interior OL help. Could've used FA or UDFA better, but still a nice haul. The West is a tough division though. Not sure they've caught up all the way.

Mock Grade: A-
Season Prediction: 7-9


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San Francisco 49ers

Postions of need: S, DL, WR, CB, TE

Needs Analysis: Dashon Goldson's defection to Tampa Bay leaves safety as the team's biggest need, but the 49ers could also use young talent at several other positions. Fortunately, they have 13 draft picks, thanks to trades and compensatory selections. The 49ers had issues rushing the passer after Justin Smith partially tore his triceps in Week 15 last season. The 49ers have enough picks that they can bundle a few of them to trade up, if there is a difference maker available. They also have the opportunity to take a flier on a player with injury concerns.

Real Draft:
Round 1, Eric Reid FS
Round 2, Cornellius Carradine DE
Round 2, Vance McDonald TE
Round 3, Corey Lemonier DE
Round 4, Quinton Patton WR
Round 4, Marcus Lattimore RB
Round 5, Quinton Dial DE
Round 6, Nick Moody OLB
Round 7, B.J. Daniels QB
Round 7, Carter Bykowski OT 6'6" 306
Round 7, Marcus Cooper CB

Mock Draft:
Signings: Jeff Otah

17) Johnathan Cooper - OG/C - North Carolina
34) D.J. Hayden - CB - Houston
61) D.J. Swearinger FS - South Carolina
93) Shamarko Thomas - SS - Syracuse
104) Jordan Reed - TE - Florida
131) Michael Buchanon - OLB - Illinois
157) Malliciah Goodman - DE - Clemson
237) T.J. Barnes - NT - Georgia Tech
246) Chriss Gragg - TE - Arkansas
252) Tanner Hawkinson - OT - Kansas

UDFAs: Bruce Taylor - MLB - VT

The San Francisco 49ers come into the season with lofty expectations and everyone's favorite to win it all in 2013. Mainly because they are so heavily armed with a boatload of picks in this draft. Let's see how they did... Moving up to draft Jonathan Cooper was a sneaky move. The Cowboys would've easiliy taken him at 18 and I wonder if the Cowboys regret not trading up 1 spot. The Niners have shown a commitment to the OL and it has paid off, so grabbing the best interior OL in the draft should continue their success for the long haul. Defense has also been a main focus and with the departures in the secondary via FA, it was imperative for them to address their needs, and so they did. Getting Hayden, Swearinger, and Thomas is damn impressive. Buchanon and Goodman are decent prospects and Barnes is one massive human being. They also didn't fail to add weapons. With the success of the Patriots 2 TE system, it looks like an act many want to follow. The Bengals, Cowboys, and Eagles took TEs early in the real life draft and we could see them trying to use the Patriots blue print. That looks to be the mindset here as the Niners took 2 TEs in Reed and Gragg. Those sets make it difficult for defenses to guess pass or run. Overall, I loved what this GM did in this mock more than what the Niners did in real life. Looks like the Niners are well on their way to the top.

Mock Grade: A+
Season Prediction: 14-2

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Seattle Seahawks


Positions of need: OL, CB, QB, DL, LB

Needs Analysis: After trading for Percy Harvin and signing a pair of pass rushers (Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett), the Seahawks appear to be a team without any major needs as they enter the draft. Head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider boast what is arguably the strongest top-to-bottom roster in the NFL. Otherwise adequate right tackle Breno Giacomini was abused by St. Louis Rams defensive end Chris Long in two meetings last season, and the Seahawks should target his eventual replacement in the second round. While the Seahawks have the best starting secondary in the league, they could use depth at both cornerback and safety in the later rounds.

Real Draft:
Round 2, Christine Michael RB
Round 3, Jordan Hill DT
Round 4, Chris Harper WR
Round 5, Jesse Williams DT
Round 5, Tharold Simon CB
Round 5, Luke Willson TE
Round 6, Spencer Ware RB
Round 7, Ryan Seymour G
Round 7, Ty Powell DE
Round 7, Jared Smith DT
Round 7, Michael Bowie OT

Mock Draft:
Signings:
Cliff Avril
Michael Bennett
Tony McDaniel
Brady Quinn

56) John Jenkins, DT, Georgia
87) Khaseem Greene, OLB, Rutgers
123) Jordan Mills, OT, Louisiana Tech
138) Dion Sims, TE, Michigan State
158) Kenjon Barner, RB, Oregon
194) Earl Watford, OG, James Madison
220) Corey Fuller, WR, Virginia Tech
231) Caleb Sturgis, K, Florida
241) Joseph Fauria, TE, UCLA
242) Travis Long, DE, Washington State

UDFAs: None

The Seahawks find themselves entering a very promising future with new found QB Russell Wilson and a potent defense. If he stays healthy, getting Percy Harvin was a big win. Taking John Jenkins with their first pick is a fine replacement for FA Alan Branch. But under their new DC, I was under the impression that things would be changing on the DL to a more attacking scheme. Greene was a nice pick up. I think Sims is a great fit here as he is one of the best blocking TEs in this class and that is the bread and butter for the Seahawks attack. Barner is a nice weapon to add to the mix and he should be happy that he gets to stay in the Pacific Northwest. After that the Hawks picked up some interesting developmental talents later in their draft and a much needed Kicker.

Mock Grade: B
Season Prediction: 10-6


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St. Louis Rams

Positions of need: WR, RB, LB, OL

Needs Analysis: Wide receiver was a need even before the Rams lost Danny Amendola and Brandon Gibson in free agency. Brian Quick and Chris Givens -- last year's second- and fourth-round picks -- might have plenty of promise, but this offense desperately needs a playmaker. Head coach Jeff Fisher recently expressed interest in re-signing veteran safety Quintin Mikell. At this point, though, it's a position that should be addressed with one of the Rams' two first-round picks. Even after the signing of left tackle Jake Long, the Rams still have an O-line need -- at guard. It will be interesting to see if they consider Oregon's Kyle Long -- Chris' brother and Howie's son -- in the second or third round.

Real Draft:
Round 1, Tavon Austin WR
Round 1, Alec Ogletree ILB
Round 3, T.J. McDonald FS
Round 3, Stedman Bailey WR
Round 4, Barrett Jones OG
Round 5, Brandon McGee CB
Round 5, Zac Stacy RB

St. Louis Rams
16. WR Tavon Austin, West Virginia
1 (33). SS Matt Elam, Florida*
16 (46). LB Jamie Collins, Mississippi St.'
16 (78). OG Brian Winters, Kent St
1 (98). RB Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina*
16 (113). WR Terrance Williams, Baylor
16 (149). OG Hugh Thornton, Illinois
11 (179). CB Micah Hyde, Iowa
16 (184). DE David Baas, Missouri Western St.
16 (222). QB/TE Mike Herman, RPI

No analysis for teams who don't post thier teams moves.

Mock Grade: C+
Season Prediction: 6-10
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