Dante's Winner 2.0
Published at 5/6/2014 7:25:17 PM
Complete 7 round mock draft! PLEASE COMMENT ANY POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE FEEDBACK, AND RATE.
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The Ravens are lacking at red zone threats and 6'5 Kelvin Benjamin may very well be their answer. With speed demons Steve and Torrey Smith, they need that Calvin Johnson-like Wide Receiver.
The Jets need another receiving weapon besides Decker, who may get blanketed by their division rivals stud Cornerbacks. Beckham seems to be the best option at this point, although, the phenomenal TE Eric Ebron may be difficult to pass up.
With Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito out, the Dolphins will need to fill that void with the best lineman available.
Cardinals lost a lot of help at the linebacker position, and should really think hard about getting the best linebacker on the board to fill the void. I think they mold Mosley into an outside linebacker here.
Packers were easy to beat deep last year and will have to address that early in the draft if they want to seriously improve that. They will need an immediate playmaker if they want to "attempt" to stop Megatron two times a year.
The Eagles are real shaky at the Cornerback position with injuries and sub-par play by their current DB's. There's a lot of debate on who the top corners are in this draft but i think Fuller's stock has risen.
Alex Smith is a low risk QB, who doesn't often take chances down the field, but with Eric Ebron, it might help Smith feel more secure.
Michael Johnson left a big hole on the Bengals Dline when he went to the Bucs, so i can imagine them taking Dee Ford here, who is the next best DE after Clowney and Ealy, but he is definitely 1st round talent. He will go from being a Tiger to a Bengal.
Chargers are dry at their DT/NT spot and the first thing you need to have a disruptive defensive line is a dominating interior player and Jernigan is just that,
With the Browns acquiring a rookie QB, they should do their best to protect them and if Mack leaves they will definitely need to do their best a fill his spot, and could possibly try to convert Yankey into a C.
Saints love spreading the field with 4, sometimes 5 wide receivers and they lost their potential deep threat Lance Moore, so they will most likely want to give Drew Brees another weapon.
Drafting a constant playmaking WR is a MUST for the Carolina Panthers because they are as thin as a paper bag at the receiver position. Releasing Steve Smith was a huge mistake for them and for their team's success sake, they better find a solid replacement.
Vince Wilfork is 32, had an achilles tear last season, and wanted to be cut from the team. This a sign that they may need to look for a young big guy to be his successor. Nix like Wilfork, has a huge body and will be a force on that defensive line.
Jim Harbaugh is all about defense and he is always looking for ways to make sure it's the strongest point of their game. When it comes to their defense the branch that could use the most improvement is secondary. They lost Whitner but signed Bethea as his replacement and they lost Carlos Rogers and although he didn't necessarily leave a void, it would be good to add depth.
This may be a reach but people are sleeping on Borland. He's the second coming of Zach Thomas. He's an old school wrap up tackler who stops ball carriers in their tracks and has the ability to good sideline to sideline. Broncos need better play from their Inside position, Paris Lenon is a grandpa in the NFL and Woodyard went to the Titans.
Seahawks lost a lot of muscle on their D-Line with Clemons,Bryant, and O' Schofield gone. If Carroll wants to retain his #1 ranked defense he should start by reinforcing the defensive line.