If I were GM of every team - 2 round mock
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04-04-2015, 01:38 AM
Join Date: Mar 2010
If I were GM of every team - 2 round mock
1. Bucs – Jameis Winston QB
No surprise here. There’s no doubt about Winston’s talent and football IQ, but I don’t see him being an elite QB in this league. In my opinion he doesn’t have the arm, but he could turn out to be the next Russell Wilson.
2. Titans – Leonard Williams DT
I think the Titans will entertain offers from other teams looking to trade up, but they’ll go with the BPA option. I can see Williams as a future Pro Bowler if he’s motivated. He’s a natural talent at defensive tackle.
3. Jaguars – Vic Beasley OLB
Jags will definitely go defense and they get the pick of the litter out of all the talented pass rushers. What he did at the combine is the reason I think they’ll take him. His athleticism is through the roof.
4. Raiders – Amari Cooper WR
The Cooper vs White debate is a better story than Winston vs Mariota. Both receivers are super talented, but I think they’ll take Cooper because he’s a more polished receiver and a better route runner. Raiders definitely go receiver here.
5. Rams – Kevin White WR *Trade with Redskins
Rams give back a package of picks to the team they fleeced in the RGIII deal, and move up to take stud receiver White. The Rams desperately need a playmaker on offense and Nick Foles will need weapons. White reminds me of Julio Jones and could end up being the best player in the draft.
6. Jets – Marcus Mariota QB
Geno Smith or Ryan Fitzpatrick are not the answer. Mariota won’t turn out to be Mark Sanchez, but he won’t be superstar either. People are saying he’ll need time to adjust to a pro-style offense. In my opinion, he doesn’t have the arm to be special in the league, but the Jets are desperate for a franchise QB.
7. Bears – Dante Fowler Jr. OLB
The team is switching to Vic Fangio’s 3-4 defense and it currently doesn’t have any pass rushing linebackers. This is a dream fit for the Bears and they couldn’t be happier Fowler falls to them at this spot. Fowler could have an Aldon Smith type impact.
8. Falcons – Shane Ray
The team needs serious help on defense and they take the BPA option at this pick. Ray projects as a 4-3 edge rusher, so he fits the team well. Falcons need all the help they can get pressuring the QB.
9. Giants – Brandon Scherff OG
I think the Giants will be happy if they get Schreff here. He’s the best guard in the draft and he fills a real big need. This pick makes a lot of sense and coach Coughlin likes to run the ball.
10. Redskins – Randy Gregory OLB *Trade with Rams
The team trades down and takes the best available pass rusher. Gregory is projected to be a 3-4 OLB and fits the hole Brian Orakpo left on defense. Has the potential to be a star in this league.
11. Vikings – Trae Waynes CB
They need playmakers for Bridgewater, but Waynes is the best cover corner in the draft. His combine was impressive and the Vikings play in a pass-happy division. He’ll team up with Rhodes to form a nice CB duo on the outside.
12. Browns – Devante Parker WR
What this team really needs is QB but none are worth the pick. Dwayne Bowe and Brian Hartline are not going to do anything special, so the best available WR makes sense.
13. Saints – Bud Dupree OLB
Best available pass rusher and the Saints lack depth at the linebacker position. Dupree can rotate in and should be a nice fit for the Saints as an OLB in the 3-4. He can rush QB and drop back to cover.
14. Dolphins – Dorial Beckham-Green WR
Troubled past but his talent is undeniable. Dolphins could use a big target on the outside for Tannehill. I think DBG has the potential to become a Dez Bryant in this league.
15. 49ers – Arik Armstead DE
Justin Smith and Ray Mcdonald have moved on and they left big holes on the defensive line. Armstead is a perfect fit for their 3-4 scheme.
16. Texans – Landon Collins SS
I know the team needs help on offense, but there are no WRs or QBs worth the pick. The Texans have never had that superstar player in their secondary and I think Collins will be special. Texans defense will be scary good this year.
17. San Diego – Todd Gurley RB
Superstar potential and fills a big need. Takes the pressure off Rivers and Donald Brown is not the answer. His knee might be a turn-off but the team desperately needs a RB. Before the knee injury, Gurley looked like the best RB prospect since Adrian Peterson.
18. Kansas City – La’el Collins OT
They need someone to play opposite of Eric Fisher, who hasn’t lived up to his #1 pick status. The offense revolves around the run game with Jamal Charles and Collins is a mean run blocker. He should fit in nice at RT.
19. Browns – Danny Shelton NT
BPA pick here. Browns could have used one of the premier edge rushers but they’re all gone by now, so they beef up the defensive front. Current NT Phil Taylor hasn’t played up to expectations and played some defensive end last year, so Shelton will rotate in.
20. Eagles – Marcus Peters CB
With all the offseason money spent on the offense, the Eagles will go best available corner with no WRs worth taking. But with Chip Kelly running the show, it’ll probably be a pick on offense.
21. Bengals – Malcom Brown DT
Team could use an interior lineman to rotate in. Geno Atkins is coming back from injury and Domata Peko is not an effective every down player. Good value pick here and I see Brown being a nice fit for the team.
22. Cowboys – Melvin Gordon RB *Trade with Steelers
Cowboys move up to snatch Gordon before teams like the Lions, Cardinals and Ravens do. Running the ball was really the key to the team’s success last year. Their offensive line is in my opinion the best in the league, and Gordon is a special talent. Lots of comparisons to Jamal Charles.
23. Lions – Andrus Peat OT
Gurley or Gordon would have been nice, but the Lions need help on the offensive line. Peat is a legit talent and will fit in nice at LT or RT. The offense revolves around Stafford finding open targets down field and the passing game.
24. Cardinals – DJ Humphries OT
BPA pick here. Cardinals could use a CB and RB but they also need to keep Carson Palmer healthy. They were having a dream season last year until he got hurt. Palmer isn’t exactly the most mobile QB and he needs time to make his throws. Humphries could end up playing LT.
25. Panthers – TJ Clemmings OT
Very confident Panthers take the best available OT here. They currently have no one to play the blindside position and Clemmings has the potential to be really good. Really quick on his feet which should fit well with Cam Newton running around making plays.
26. Ravens – Eddie Goldman DT
Goldman replaces the big hole left by Haloti Ngata. WR and RB are needs but Goldman is a first round talent and should fit in nice with fellow Seminole Timmy Jernigan on that defensive line.
27. Steelers – Shaq Thompson SS *Trade with Cowboys
I know he’s projected as a linebacker, but Thompson could be the perfect replacement for aging Troy Polamalu. He’s an instinctive playmaker that really flies around the field. I think he’s a future safety in this league and could be a really good fit for the Steelers.
28. Broncos – Jake Fisher OT
The team has lots of holes on the offensive line and the team depends on Peyton having time to throw. Fisher fits Kubiak’s zone blocking scheme and should start at RT.
29. Colts – Eric Kendricks ILB
The pick should be offensive lineman or linebacker here, so the Colts go with the BPA. Kendricks is projected as the best ILB prospect in the draft and Colts don’t have great depth there.
30. Packers – Jalen Collins CB
The team lost a lot of secondary players in free agency, so I think they go BPA at CB. Collins is one of the best CB prospects in this draft, so the Packers should be lucky if he’s available here.
31. Saints – AJ Cann OG
The team will look to run the ball more this year with Mark Ingram and CJ Spiller. They don’t have great depth on the offensive line and Cann is the best available OG left on the board. He’ll be plugged right in to create holes for the run game.
32. Patriots – Jordan Phillips NT
He’ll be Vince Wilfork’s replacement at NT. Big body who will eat up blocks for the defense.
1. Titans – Brett Hundley QB
Desperate for a QB, they reach for Hundley who has potential to be good.
2. Bucs – Ereck Flowers OT
Serious issues on the offensive line. Winston will need protection.
3. Raiders – Michael Bennett DT
No depth at DT. Bennett is fit to play the 4-3.
4. Jags – Tevin Coleman RB
Toby Gerhart and Denard Robinson will not cut it. Run game will take pressure off Bortles.
5. Jets – Cedric Ogbuehi OT
Offensive line needs help. Whoever is playing QB next year will appreciate it.
6. Redskins – Jarvis Harrison OG
Another team that needs help on the offensive line.
7. Bears – Jaelen Strong WR
Brandon Marshall gone, not a lot of depth at WR.
8. Giants – Carl Davis DT
They need bodies on the defensive line.
9. Rams – Cameron Erving C
Team doesn’t have a true center.
10. Falcons – Kevin Johnson CB
More help on defense
11. Browns – Maxx Williams TE
Need to replace Jordan Cameron
12. Saints – Mario Edwards Jr DE
3-4 defensive end. Saints need one.
13. Vikings – Breshad Perriman WR
Speedster weapon for Bridgewater.
14. 49ers – Stephone Anthony ILB
He’ll replace Patrick Willis.
15. Dolphins – Ronald Darby CB
16. Chargers – Eli Harold OLB
Not a lot of depth at LB.
17. Chiefs – Sammie Coates WR
Fills the spot opposite Maclin
18. Bills – Bryce Petty QB
Insurance if Cassell or Manuel doesn’t pan out.
19. Texans – Devin Smith WR
Speedster playmaker the team needs.
20. Eagles – Philip Dorsett WR
Speedster who fits the fast paced offense.
21. Bengals – Owamagbe Odighizuwa DE
More help for the pass rush.
22. Lions – TJ Yeldon RB
Could be an every down back for the team.
23. Cardinals – PJ Williams CB
Lost Cromartie so they need depth at corner.
24. Steelers – Clive Walford TE
Heath Miller isn’t getting younger.
25. Panthers – Senquez Golson CB
Team is thin at CB.
26. Ravens – Jay Ajayi RB
He’ll compliment Forsett. More of a power back.
27. Broncos – Bernardrick McKinney ILB
3-4 inside linebacker. Should fit in nice.
28. Cowboys – Grady Jarrett DT
Team needs bodies for their defensive line rotation.
29. Colts – Tre Jackson OG
Best available guard.
30. Packers – Preston Smith DE
Help for their defensive end rotation. More of a pass rusher.
31. Seahawks – Nelson Agholor WR
Good route running receiver. A good fit for the offense.
32. Patriots – Nate Orchard DE
BPA pick. Orchard could be used as a situational pass rusher.
04-04-2015, 09:25 AM
Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Huntsville, AL
I don't mind a receiver round two for the Bears. I'm just not sure Strong is the one I'd want.
Originally Posted by SolidGold
Originally Posted by Monomach
Brilliant letting one of Scott Pioli's henchmen have his own team to ruin. One of the premier GM jobs in the NFL and it gets handed to a stupid **** who makes three facepalm moves for every good one. Awesome. Just like handing a new Mercedes to a 16 year old girl who's already been in three wrecks.
04-06-2015, 10:06 AM
Join Date: Oct 2009
If Leonard Williams is gone, I do think Beasley is the pick. Fits in well on Bradley's defense.
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