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There ya go! Emery loves big athletic freaks. Two drafts, Two line picks for Emery.
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The Packers first round selection could go one of many ways but I don't see tight end being one. McCarthy's offense is predicated around the receivers and the tight end position is more of a niche role for the offense. Jermichael Finley's career and time with the Packers is in question, but the team likes what they have in Andrew Quarless, Brandon Bostick and Ryan Taylor.

Defense has to be the focus. The defensive front faces some big question marks heading into the off-season. Ryan Pickett is up there in years and will be a free agent. BJ Raji is also a free agent and the likely amount he'll be looking to get paid might be out of the Packers' price range. AJ Hawk has had a nice year inside but overall the defense gets very little impact from the inside backers. At outside backer the team could still use someone to generate a pass rush opposite of Clay. Nick Perry is solid but he's not a plus pass rusher. The secondary is a mess communication-wise and Sam Shields is set to be a free agent, Tramon Williams may end up being cut due to a high salary, Davon House has failed to develop like many hoped and Hayward will be coming back from injury. Morgan Burnett is overpaid and overrated by the front office and there's zero talent next to him at safety.

It's a misconception that the Packers have few "holes" and the defensive side of the ball is the perfect place to start.
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The Bengals LB situation has not been as bad as people are making it out to be. Burfict and Vincent Rey have played really well this year, Rey Maualuga and James Harrison have played decent this year and the Bengals have young guys like Jason DiManche and Emmanuel Lamur they have high hopes for. The Cornerback depth situation is way worse. Leon Hall coming off his 2nd surgery in 3 years and may never be the same again, Newman and Jones are ok, but are slowing down and Kirkpatrick, and Brandon Ghee health are concerns. Plus the Bengals have to sign a Corner off the Practice Squad every other week to field enough corners. Leon Halls health concern will more then likely force the Bengals to take a Corner in the 1st round
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The pick itself is good, but I have no idea why you are so insistent in claiming the Panthers should seriously consider taking a linebacker in the first. You try to point to trading Beason as evidence of that, when his trade proves the exact opposite: we traded Beason because we were deep enough at linebacker that there was no way to justify keeping him around. Yes, Thomas Davis has an injury-plagued past, but he's been injury free the past two years and they have also been the best two years of his career. Chase Blackburn is a solid outside linebacker, and AJ Klein has showed a lot of potential and is being groomed to take over Davis' starting spot when he retires. Simply put, we have absolutely no need for a linebacker in the first round, and that would be a horrible pick for us. You might as well suggest we take another defensive tackle.
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I like how you framed Johnny Manziel as a bust without saying it outright. Using names like Tim Tebow and Christian Ponder that are busts makes the reader associate those traits with the original topic, Johnny Manziel. You can just say it outright next time that you're mocking him there but you don't think he's any good.
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The Packers first round selection could go one of many ways but I don't see tight end being one. McCarthy's offense is predicated around the receivers and the tight end position is more of a niche role for the offense. Jermichael Finley's career and time with the Packers is in question, but the team likes what they have in Andrew Quarless, Brandon Bostick and Ryan Taylor.

Defense has to be the focus. The defensive front faces some big question marks heading into the off-season. Ryan Pickett is up there in years and will be a free agent. BJ Raji is also a free agent and the likely amount he'll be looking to get paid might be out of the Packers' price range. AJ Hawk has had a nice year inside but overall the defense gets very little impact from the inside backers. At outside backer the team could still use someone to generate a pass rush opposite of Clay. Nick Perry is solid but he's not a plus pass rusher. The secondary is a mess communication-wise and Sam Shields is set to be a free agent, Tramon Williams may end up being cut due to a high salary, Davon House has failed to develop like many hoped and Hayward will be coming back from injury. Morgan Burnett is overpaid and overrated by the front office and there's zero talent next to him at safety.

It's a misconception that the Packers have few "holes" and the defensive side of the ball is the perfect place to start.
I certainly agree that the Packers have some issues on defense. With that said there is no way they let B.J. Raji get away. You are right about Pickett getting up there in years but isn't that why they just used a first round pick on Datone Jones? Or a fourth rounder on Mike Daniels the year before that? Or a second rounder on Jerel Worthy the year before that? Or a second rounder on Mike Neal two years before that? If one of those guys isn't ready to step in somebody should be fired because that is a considerable investment. As for outside linebacker, I could see the Packers bringing in some depth but not in the first round when they have already invested top picks on Clay Matthews and Nick Perry. Now the secondary I could see, especially safety. But they have invested quite a few picks on corners (Casey Hayward, Davon House, Micah Hyde) in recent years too plus they still have Sam Shields and Tramon Williams. It seems to me that poor development and not a lack of talent is Green Bay's biggest issue on defense.
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The Bengals LB situation has not been as bad as people are making it out to be. Burfict and Vincent Rey have played really well this year, Rey Maualuga and James Harrison have played decent this year and the Bengals have young guys like Jason DiManche and Emmanuel Lamur they have high hopes for. The Cornerback depth situation is way worse. Leon Hall coming off his 2nd surgery in 3 years and may never be the same again, Newman and Jones are ok, but are slowing down and Kirkpatrick, and Brandon Ghee health are concerns. Plus the Bengals have to sign a Corner off the Practice Squad every other week to field enough corners. Leon Halls health concern will more then likely force the Bengals to take a Corner in the 1st round
I think cornerback could be a possibility and had them going that direction in the last mock. With that said there aren't many teams with the quality and depth that Cincy has at the position with Hall, Newman, Jones, Kirkpatrick and Ghee. I definitely think an athletic linebacker is a more pressing concern than corner but the Bengals will have quite a bit of leeway on Draft Day.
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The pick itself is good, but I have no idea why you are so insistent in claiming the Panthers should seriously consider taking a linebacker in the first. You try to point to trading Beason as evidence of that, when his trade proves the exact opposite: we traded Beason because we were deep enough at linebacker that there was no way to justify keeping him around. Yes, Thomas Davis has an injury-plagued past, but he's been injury free the past two years and they have also been the best two years of his career. Chase Blackburn is a solid outside linebacker, and AJ Klein has showed a lot of potential and is being groomed to take over Davis' starting spot when he retires. Simply put, we have absolutely no need for a linebacker in the first round, and that would be a horrible pick for us. You might as well suggest we take another defensive tackle.
I didn't have the Panthers taking a linebacker, just mentioned it at the end of the blurb as a possibility. :o) I do think you are overestimating their depth at the position and I sure wouldn't want to reply too heavily on Thomas Davis considering his extensive injury history.
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I like how you framed Johnny Manziel as a bust without saying it outright. Using names like Tim Tebow and Christian Ponder that are busts makes the reader associate those traits with the original topic, Johnny Manziel. You can just say it outright next time that you're mocking him there but you don't think he's any good.
I've never hid my feelings or concerns about Manziel.

Johnny Football is a great college football player but I wouldn't go anywhere near him in the first round. Just way too many question marks both on and off the field. With that said it looks like there is a strong chance someone will roll the dice early. All I can say is good luck with that.
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The Vikings pick made me throw up in my mouth a little....
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Gonna shut it down for the night but I will check in tomorrow with more replies.

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I certainly agree that the Packers have some issues on defense. With that said there is no way they let B.J. Raji get away. You are right about Pickett getting up there in years but isn't that why they just used a first round pick on Datone Jones? Or a fourth rounder on Mike Daniels the year before that? Or a second rounder on Jerel Worthy the year before that? Or a second rounder on Mike Neal two years before that? If one of those guys isn't ready to step in somebody should be fired because that is a considerable investment. As for outside linebacker, I could see the Packers bringing in some depth but not in the first round when they have already invested top picks on Clay Matthews and Nick Perry. Now the secondary I could see, especially safety. But they have invested quite a few picks on corners (Casey Hayward, Davon House, Micah Hyde) in recent years too plus they still have Sam Shields and Tramon Williams. It seems to me that poor development and not a lack of talent is Green Bay's biggest issue on defense.
Raji may as well be on the side of a milk carton with the way he's played this season. His impact this season hasn't warranted a potential deal in the neighborhood of $8 million a year. Jones will be expected to start at one of the end spots, but let's hope he improves in the off-season because he hasn't shown much as a rookie. Mike Daniels is a situational player and can really only play on passing downs since he is so undersized. Jerel Worthy is coming off his knee injury and he didn't show much as a rookie prior to his injury but he'll be expected to make an impact next year. Mike Neal plays some end now that he's healthy but he's actually been better at outside backer. He is set to become a free agent and it's hard to tell if the team will bring him back. All-in-all the defensive line will be littered with unproven youngsters and Johnny Jolly (hopefully). The secondary is a mess and assuming Hayward will be healthy next year, he and Shields are the only sure things. Yes there's a lot of players with ability on the defensive side of the ball but when it comes down to it, the Packers don't have many good football players with that unit.
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Richardson is an okay pick in that situation for the Ravens. Without any clear #3 receiver after Watkins and Evans they might just be content to see who falls to them later on. I'm not concerned about Monroe being a free agent at all and I'd be really surprised to see Baltimore let him walk but Oher is likely a goner so Richardson could fill in at right tackle. I'm not confident in Wagner or Reid but the team might just prefer to see what they have in one of those guys though and address some of the numerous other needs with high picks.
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I've never hid my feelings or concerns about Manziel.

Johnny Football is a great college football player but I wouldn't go anywhere near him in the first round. Just way, way too many question marks both on and off the field. With that said it looks like there is a strong chance someone will roll the dice pretty early. All I can say is good luck with that.
I know this and I respect your opinion on this, I just thought that the names mentioned seemed to be like you were trying to subliminally connect him with two names that are labeled busts to put that over his head, and that's totally your prerogative.
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OG isn't close to being a need for KC. Sure, Asamoah and Schwartz are FAs, but I'd put money on one or both being re-signed. Even if Albert walks, which I expect him to, our OL is pretty set.

We need to add weapons on the offense like WR or TE, with WR easily being the #1 need.

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It would be tough for me if the Rams were to pass on Mike Evans just because i think he is going to be that legit #1 WR that Bradford has been missing since he got here, but I cant complain if the draft were to end up with Matthews and "Ha Ha" it would fill two pretty gigantic holes on this team. I do think we end up trading down though like you mentioned.

Anyone have a good comparison for Clinton-Dix? I don't really know why the Rams cut Mikell, didnt seem to make much sense.
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Why did the Bengals pick a 3-4 OLB?
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I see you have Philly going CB with Ifo being the consensus pick amongst all mockers. I would like to know what may be our odds of trading up in the 10-12 range to take Ha Ha Clinton-Dix who I believe fills the bigger need at safety?
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I'm really warming up to the idea of Johnny Football. But part of me wants to try and find another stop gap at QB, grab Barr, and load up on defense this offseason. I want another couple major runs with Peterson.
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Give us Darqueze Dennard. Our DB's suck.

And we already have our RT upgrade, his name is LaAdrian Waddle. He's actually quite good.
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Would u say that Jernigan would be the top choice or more in line with DL help. I think this might be a little high for him and some in front my fall down.

Do you think Ha Ha would be another option if he falls or do you think it has to be a lineman in round 1?

I know they have Crawford coming back and while the DL is a weakness I think they are ok at the DE position.

If you had to pick five players that should be targeted by the cowboys who would those be.......Juniors or seniors.
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I didn't have the Panthers taking a linebacker, just mentioned it at the end of the blurb as a possibility. :o) I do think you are overestimating their depth at the position and I sure wouldn't want to reply too heavily on Thomas Davis considering his extensive injury history.
Cig is correct. the panthers love Davis, and he has been playing the best ball in his career as of lately. the LB position is considered a strength especially with the depth the position, so if he gets hurt, the panthers have the depth at that spot.and they just invested in the position last year on AJ Klein who they love.

plus, Rivera has gone out and said he does not like young CBs so one can question that move. but you should have gone with an offensive player, especially when that side of the ball needs a ton of infusion of young talented players. both OTs are pending free agents, and so are 2 or OGs and 3 WRs.

Cam(the guy you called a bust) needs more weapons on the outside and OL(OG or OT). with Gettleman in carolina, look for the pick to be a hogmollie, or a WR/ TE.
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I know this and I respect your opinion on this, I just thought that the names mentioned seemed to be like you were trying to subliminally connect him with two names that are labeled busts to put that over his head, and that's totally your prerogative.
No, you are definitely correct and that was my intention.

I kind of make my opinions on players known in those blurbs though, especially in the instances where a guy is probably going to be selected much higher than I have him on my board. Did the same thing with Tebow, Weeden, etc. I love watching Manziel play in college as much as anyone but any GM who selects him in the first round is really putting their job in serious jeopardy.
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Hope Amaro is there when the Pats pick. Not a lot of money to sign a free agent and a major need. Man, that's hard to believe considering last Oct. they had two outstanding young te's.
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