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Reader 2013 NFL Mock Draft: Picks 17-32

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  1. Kansas City Chiefs: Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M
    Luke Joeckel: 82.8%
    Star Lotulelei: 7.6%
    Eric Fisher: 6.2%
    Sharrif Floyd: 3.5%
    Total votes: 1,641

    Christopher F: Chiefs will fill a need at tackle with Luke Joeckel. Unless there's some massive trade or the Chiefs somehow pick up Vollmer or some other tackle in free agency, this is going to happen.

    Mario M: CHEEF GONG PICKED JESKEL FOR DRAFTENG.

    Austin: Eric Fisher only had to play two teams that actually had competition. Shariff Floyd doesn't fit the 3-4. Not only is he too small he hasnt had more than 3 sacks in any given season INCLUDING high school. Star Lotulelei looks like a stud but his heart is a concern. This pick makes to much sense not to happen. Luke Joeckel to the Kansas City Chiefs!

  2. Jacksonville Jaguars: Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida
    Sharrif Floyd: 28.9%
    Dion Jordan: 27.8%
    Geno Smith: 19.5%
    Star Lotulelei: 12.4%
    Eric Fisher: 7.8%
    Dee Milliner: 2.5%
    Barkevious Mingo: 1.2%
    Total votes: 3,287

    David P: I think the love from the Jags camp is real and they go for the hometown boy Geno. Either that or trade the pick to someone wanting to snag him.

    Doug R: It's a shame, really. Jacksonville has used so many picks on pass rush recently and none of them have panned out, and now the only players worth taking that high are pass rushers, outside of Geno which this idiotic organization won't take. They should go with the more-productive Floyd, but this organization's stupid enough to go with the "upside" of Dion Jordan.

    Thomas J: I picked Fisher because if David Caldwell is serious about supporting Blaine Gabbert, the least he could do is give him a chance with a clean pocket.

    John D: The Jaguars are very lacking in explosive talent on both sides of the ball, so unless they end up deciding they are done with Blaine Gabbert, they will most likely add someone who can get after the quarterback. Gus Bradley comes from the Seattle though process, which means he wants the most explosive all around football players he can find to work with. In this case that is Dion Jordan. He can line up all over the field and cover about as well as any pass rusher in this draft. He would be an excellent fit for Bradley's defense.

    Ryan M: Chiefs are going to need someone to play the LEO. Babin can't do it. Jordan is a beast in pass coverage and can rush the passer well enough to where he makes the most sense.

    Gary C: This pick will be Floyd, no doubt, but the Jags would benefit most by grabbing Geno. Drop that bum of a QB. Geno was pretty damn impressive in his Pro day as well. Wouldn't be surprised to see him go here.

  3. Oakland Raiders: Star Lotulelei, NT, Utah
    Star Lotulelei: 42.0%
    Geno Smith: 25.0%
    Dion Jordan: 15.8%
    Dee Milliner: 6.6%
    Eric Fisher: 5.4%
    Ezekiel Ansah: 5.1%
    Total votes: 1,466

    Cam M: I can't see the Raiders passing on Lotulelei if he's available. He would fill a big need and make everybody's job on the front 7 easier.

    Christopher F: Ok, so the Raiders should really have picks 3-10; however, they desperately need a way to stop the run, and losing Seymour didn't help their cause. With Floyd off the boards in this scenario, it's going to be Star Lotulelei. He's been cleared by medical teams, and dear god, they need an upgrade from what they have right now.

    Phil C: Lotulelei has to be this pick if Floyd is gone. There are too many needs across the board, and seeing as the Raiders couldn't stop the run last year, this makes too much sense. Unless Steven Davis channels the essence of his late father, DT will be the choice.

    Taylor H: Star Lotulelei is just a beast in the trenches, everyone knows this and the Raiders need just about all the help they can get. If his heart condition checks out, Star could help that defense tremendously.

    Keegan L: Lotulelei was far more consistent in his career than Floyd, so I think they go with Star. Jordan is no Von Miller so that's too high and Geno Smith is not worth a number 2 (even though mediocre QBs get overdrafted).

  4. Philadelphia Eagles: Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan
    Eric Fisher: 35.7%
    Geno Smith: 25.6%
    Dion Jordan: 24.3%
    Dee Milliner: 14.4%
    Total votes: 1,683

    Michael F: This draft is really deep at the Leo position. The Eagles can pick up EJ Manuel in the 2nd round but they need to protect him.

    Gary C: The Eagles should no doubt pick Fisher. They would benefit in grabbing any 4 of these guys, but I have a feeling Chip might go with his boy Jordan.

    Jeremy B: how can it not be millner they lost their starting two cbs!

    Mike B: I think Geno is the best option for the Eagles here. You can get someone like a Kyle Long in the second or 3rd round. See how your veterans do on def this season before drafting an OLB, and see how all of these new DB acquisitions the Eagles just got play out for them this season. Geno is the perfect fit for Kelly's offense to mold into the NFL.

    Iain Long: I think the Oregon connection swings Dion Jordan to Philadelphia.

    Taylor H: Let's see. According to what I saw last year, that Eagles offense line was atrocious. If Eagles QB #7 or whoever else is going to be under center wants to survive the whole season, they will need a franchise left tackle and Eric Fisher fits the bill as, in my opinion, he is the best offensive tackle in the draft.



  5. Detroit Lions: Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama
    Dee Milliner: 55.7%
    Ezekiel Ansah: 19.9%
    Dion Jordan: 10.7%
    Lane Johnson: 10.2%
    Chance Warmack: 3.6%
    Total votes: 1,069

    Joshua C: I think Detroit will ultimately take Milliner. Their secondary needs a lot more help than their front, despite losing Avril. They'll look really hard at Ansah, but ultimately I think CB is their biggest concern at this point.

    Gary C: The Lions need help in their secondary big time. Milliner will do a fantastic job and fit right in.

    Chris F: The Lions have plenty of holes to address on defense, but they should take Dee Milliner with this pick. There are plenty of decent DEnds in the draft, but not very many cornerbacks.

    Taylor H: The Lions are a team that got decimated in free agency losing both Vandenbosh and Avril. Ziggy Ansah is the, dare I say "The Ansah" in Detroit. As raw as he is, he is still a physical freak.

  6. Cleveland Browns: Dion Jordan, DE/OLB, Oregon
    Dion Jordan: 42.4%
    Ezekiel Ansah: 24.0%
    Geno Smith: 10.9%
    Chance Warmack: 10.7%
    Tavon Austin: 5.2%
    Barkevious Mingo: 3.8%
    Xavier Rhodes: 2.9%
    Total votes: 1,984

    Jack M: Even though the Browns addressed the pass rush in free agency, still a question whether Sheard can play in the 3-4. Still should target pass rush at 6.

    Ryan H: Bookend OLB's for the browns in one off-season, not bad. Jordan instead of Ansah just based on length of career and production.

    Mikal K: If Millner is gone browns will look to trade. If they can't find a trade they will take warmack to create the best o line in football

    Ruben D: Ansah to the Browns makes sense IMO because Ray Horton has been reported as saying he may use multiple fronts. Undoubtedly Sheard and Kruger are the starting OLBs, so why not take the best talent/most upside available and groom him slowly, letting him put his hand in the ground on obvious passing downs? If the Giants took JPP despite having had definitive starters, and the Seahawks took Irvin as a pass rush specialist, why not Ansah to the Browns?

    Silicon S: Remember people Lombardi and banner are selecting and these two couldn't get anything right, There free agent signings have been a joke and I do not see anything changing here either, If Your Stupid You will pick stupid, so of course they will pick someone that no one expects, My pick for them is Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State Browns are doomed for many decades with this new pownership and front office, enjoy many more years of losing Cleveland.

    Matt H: You never know what kind of kielbasa the Browns are smoking in their back yard but we'll see. They have a new defensive scheme every year, but a pass rusher is a pass rusher and I think Dion Jordan has tangible value at the 6 spot if they feel comfortable with his shoulder status. Ansah is also an option, but I think that Jordan has better value as a surer pick. Warmack is the best player in this draft, but he doesn't really fill as big of a need here.

    Taylor H: Dion Jordan is a guy who can do just about everything on the defensive side of the ball. Someone is going to have to be athletic enough to stop the premier tight ends in that division. BPA for the Browns new regime.

  7. Arizona Cardinals: Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
    Geno Smith: 47.8%
    Lane Johnson: 31.0%
    Chance Warmack: 9.0%
    Ezekiel Ansah: 7.6%
    Jarvis Jones: 2.1%
    Barkevious Mingo: 1.4%
    Jonathan Cooper: 1.2%
    Total votes: 1,294

    Brian A: The line is a mess and they're going with Stanton ...

    Thomas M: No quarterback can look good behind that o-line. Start in the trenches and try to get a QB in round 2.

    Justin L: The cardinals o line played pretty well once they had potter at left tackle and Bruce Arians doesn't seem like he thinks to highly of geno smith I think they will help their pass rush or grab chance warmack so they can have some sort of a run game.

    Ruben D: Ansah to the Browns makes sense IMO because Ray Horton has been reported as saying he may use multiple fronts. Undoubtedly Sheard and Kruger are the starting OLBs, so why not take the best talent/most upside available and groom him slowly, letting him put his hand in the ground on obvious passing downs? If the Giants took JPP despite having had definitive starters, and the Seahawks took Irvin as a pass rush specialist, why not Ansah to the Browns?

    Matt H: Don't be fooled by the ridiculous NFL.com analysts who say that Drew Stanton will be a potential starter here. Yes, he can produce, but he's not a franchise guy. Geno Smith is intelligent, articulate, eager, and possesses an extremely versatile skill set. I do think that Lane Johnson is a possibility here as a reach if they decide to roll with a solidified line over a franchise quarterback, but we'll see what Bruce Arians wants to do.

  8. Buffalo Bills: Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee
    Cordarrelle Patterson: 33.5%
    Matt Barkley: 30.7%
    Ezekiel Ansah: 12.6%
    Chance Warmack: 11.0%
    Jarvis Jones: 7.0%
    Barkevious Mingo: 2.8%
    Jonathan Cooper: 2.5%
    Total votes: 2,434

    Christopher F: TRADE! I see this as a great trade spot for Buffalo because Matt Barkley should not be a no. 8 pick, but they need a quarterback, unless they want Tavaris Jackson be their starting QB. They could take Cardarrelle Patterson with this pick so they have a weapon next to Stevie Johnson, but they could do that with a trade as well to pick up an extra pick. Trade aside, they should take Patterson.

    Soren M: Patterson makes too much sense for the Bills to take him so I'll go with Barkley. ;)

    Patrick D: The Bills might not want to hear this, but Chance Warmack is the best guy on the board talent wise. They have so many holes to fill that they need to go after the best player. I know it's high to take a G at 8, but we already saw a CB go at 5. Break the norm.

    Taylor H: Geno Smith being off the board may be a good thing for the Bills. They can bolster their receiver corp by adding Cordarrelle Patterson in the first round. They will be able to add a Quarterback in the second or trade up for E.J Manuel in the first who they are liking more and more. Overall, Patterson has the most upside in this draft class at his position. If he can learn the game more, he can become a force.

    William C: Being a Bills fan many will say QB, but if Geno is gone I think the Bills take BPA and wait for a QB till the 2nd (or trade back into the 1st). That player right now would be Ansah. He just fits the D the Bills will be running and has tremendous upside.

    Matt H: Well, in the given scenario, Smith is off the board and the poor Bills are S.O.L. I say that while getting a wide receiver should be a priority, Chance Warmack is the best football player in this draft and Buffalo needs to find a replacement for departed free agent Andy Levitre.

    Jack C: I voted for Barkley to the Bills, because I think they will find a way to get Geno Smith unless they decide they prefer Manuel, Barkley, Nassib or someone else later in the draft. And of course we see, year after year, QBs being pushed up way above initial projections. So my vote for Barkley is really a vote for QB to the Bills, regardless of which player that turns out to be.



  9. New York Jets: Ezekiel Ansah, DE/OLB, BYU
    Ezekiel Ansah: 39.2%
    Jarvis Jones: 17.6%
    Barkevious Mingo: 11.0%
    Tavon Austin: 10.2%
    Matt Barkley: 10.0%
    Chance Warmack: 6.0%
    Kenny Vaccaro: 2.7%
    Xavier Rhodes: 2.5%
    Jonathan Cooper: 1.1%
    Total votes: 1,148

    Ryan D: Build up this defense around jones and hopefully the offense will do something.

    Clay P: Ezekial Ansah makes sense, but the Jets can't take a risk. They need can't miss talent that can start day one at any position. To me, that's Jarvis Jones, who was considered a top 5 lock before his medical red flags and poor combine.

    Christopher F: This will probably be the last year for Rex Ryan unless he can really turn his team around, and a great draft might help him out (getting Revis traded will not). Ziggy Ansah has a ton of upside, but could be a bust if he doesn't become the JPP everyone says he will. Regardless, Ryan will probably take a rush end or linebacker...

    Stephen F: I voted for Tavon Austin because he's such an electric, what-might-happen-next player. Sure, a solid, unsexy player might fill just as big a need, but the Jets offense has become so painful to watch that I think Woody Johnson will feel the heat to provide an occasional spark to keep the seats filled.

    Alex W: Dion Jordan or Geno Smith will be the pick if they're available but with both of them gone, the Jets will address their speed on the edge with Ansah. Idzik preaches speed, this fills that. If there's someone to dance with I can see the Jets trading down though.

    Ruben D: Ah my beloved Jets or as I like to call them Woody's Playhouse; trust me it's not as fun as Pee-Wees. Don't know if Mingo is strong enough and has a good enough repertoire of pass rush moves, not to mention he has trouble staying at 240, you expect him to bulk up to 255 or 260? Moore looks like he'll be gone so guard is a legitimate option but we're talking about Woody's Playhouse here where only the crazy happens. My pick if I imagine Rex gets his way is Jones who's versatility and production is only clouded by his medical issues and bad workout numbers. BUT that's too logical. So Tavon Austin with this pick.

    Matt H: I'm not going with the status quo here, but I really think that the first step on the road to recovery for the Jets is on defense. They need to add linebackers in their defense and Zeke Ansah will not be the guy. This is just too high for him. We should keep in mind that JPP was taken in the teens and he was more polished. BARKEVIOUS MINGO will be the pick. He's probably a better fit at 3-4 outside backer than anyone else available at this spot, even Jarvis Jones. There is more than enough money tied up in the d-line at this point and I don't think there's a wide receiver who's worthy of a selection outside of the top 15 or 20, Patterson included.

    Taylor H: I just can't imagine the Jets passing on a guy like Jarvis Jones. His pro day shouldn't even impact how scouts look at him. Just make sure his neck checks out. There's a reason why his nickname is "Sacman Jones".

  10. Tennessee Titans: Chance Warmack, G, Alabama
    Chance Warmack: 44.1%
    Bjoern Werner: 13%
    Jonathan Cooper: 11.5%
    Xavier Rhodes: 10.4%
    Sheldon Richardson: 9.4%
    Desmond Trufant: 6.9%
    Kenny Vaccaro: 4.6%
    Total votes: 1,090

    Clay P: If you have an offense built around the Running game and a young quarterback, you better have a good O-line. Levitre helps but a future perennial All-Pro like Warmack could help the Titans make the most use of the talent they have.

    Ryan C: Take the best guard in the draft too help Cjbust some holes

    Victor A: Being a Titans fan, I'd like to see our team keep improving that porous defense, and with no real pass rush ability, I think Bjoern Werner would be a smart picture.

    Taylor H: Guard in the top 10? No, I refuse to believe the NFL is building around interior linemen. Xavier Rhodes can fill a void that has been there since Cortland Finnegan departed Tennessee. They need a shutdown DB and Rhodes can give them a big body to press and cover.

    Christian T: when CJ2K moans about his o-line, the front office will fix it. he has them by the balls, and an elite guard in warmack would help to quiet him down. with all the injuries on the titan's OL, they need depth and warmack is a great guard and his athleticism allows him to pull nicely and he can open up some room for CJ2K. In my opinion he is the best player in the draft, and would go higher if guards were a more precious commodity

    Christopher F: Chris Johnson with Andy LeVitre and Chance Warmack as his guards? Definitely a potential of getting CJ2K back and give Jake Locker a great chance at developing into a decent quarterback.

  11. San Diego Chargers: Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma
    Lane Johnson: 72.0%
    Tavon Austin: 7.7%
    Jonathan Cooper: 5.6%
    Jarvis Jones: 4.9%
    Xavier Rhodes: 2.5%
    Barkevious Mingo: 3.9%
    Desmond Trufant: 1.8%
    Kenny Vaccaro: 1.8%
    Total votes: 571

    Matt H: This is a really sucky spot for SD to be in...the 11th pick is in a grey area where not a lot of real value exists, so if they stay here, anyone they pick will be a reach, but the first step to reviving Phillip Rivers' career is giving him weapons and linemen, so Lane Johnson or Tavon Austin would likely be the candidates here. Defensive players would also make sense, but that would probably doom poor Rivers to another rough year.

    Chris V: This pick is either going to be the best available pass rusher or Lane Johnson from Oklahoma. Johnson is a beast and is worth the No. 11 pick, no doubt about it. He's the safest possible choice for a team that cant afford to miss in the first round this year, especially with a pick as high as the No. 11 selection. He's not a lost cause yet, but last years pick, Melvin Ingram, failed to impress. If they pick a pass rusher again that fails to make an impact, they'll really regret passing on Johnson when Phillip Rivers has to be peeled off the turf (crying like a baby might I add) 10-15 times a game. Does anyone remember when Phillip Rivers was a well respected and often feared QB? I do...but barely. Another year or two like 2012 and we'll be mocking a QB to the Chargers in the Top 10. Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma goes to the S.D. Chargers with the number 11 pick.

    Sun S: An easy pick here with Lane Johnson. I believe they'd go with Warmack if he was available, but for this mock he isn't, so Lane would be the pick here. And then the Bolts would address the interior line in the 2nd or 3rd rounds.

    Taylor H: Come on, can it be anymore obvious? Lane Johnson is an absolute need for the San Diego Chargers and they will be extremely happy if he happened to be there when they pick. Much better than taking an offensive guard.

    Christopher F: You have to hope that getting Philip Rivers LT Lane Johnson with huge upside will be that missing piece for their offense.

  12. Miami Dolphins: Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State
    Xavier Rhodes: 45.0%
    Bjoern Werner: 15.8%
    Desmond Trufant: 15.1%
    Tavon Austin: 13.3%
    Jonathan Cooper: 8.4%
    Tank Carradine: 2.5%
    Total votes: 1,063

    Ed K: If you put tavon in with mike wallace and hardline massively potent offense.

    Aaron C: Looks like Xavier Rhodes running away with it, but I think they go WR to put weapons around Tannehill, so I voted Tavon Austin

    Joshua C: I could see the Dolphins doing something dumb like drafting Austin (a need they addressed in free agency) but let's assume their front office makes a competent pick. In that case, they take Xavier Rhodes, who is arguably the best CB on the board and would fill a position of need. Werner could be considered as a dark horse in this spot, but ultimately I would think they take a CB here.

    Keith B: Miami's pick should boil down to Jonathan Cooper or Desmond Trufant. We know Jeff Ireland will have no problem going with a guard at No. 12, but the Dolphins' cornerback group is as bad as it gets. Advantage: Trufant.

    Christopher F: Ok, so I feel as though I'm drinking the KoolAid on this one, but it makes the most sense. Miami is throwing money at their offensive weapons, so they shouldn't go for Keenan Allen or Tavon Austin (but who knows, I'm not in their war room). They need secondary help to battle Team Brady, Team Sanchez (haha), and Team... not Fitzpatrick. Xavier Rhodes is big, strong, and can be a good physical corner for a while.



  13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington
    Desmond Trufant: 53.8%
    Bjoern Werner: 27.4%
    Tavon Austin: 10.1%
    Tyler Eifert: 4.3%
    Arthur Brown: 2.6%
    Tank Carradine: 1.8%
    Total votes: 1,043

    Will M: Tampa Bay needs two CBs desperatly but Grimms has yet to sign and Revis still has not been traded. I think they find a way to get one of the two, and won't reach for a CB but yet improve on their DLine.

    Wharthog: Tampa needs a corner - DT is available - duh.

    Sun Brodie: Assuming they don't trade for Revis, the Bucs definitely need to address their secondary. Trufant is the closest thing this draft has to an island corner, andI think he'd be an obvious choice here.

    David: Went with Werner for the Bucs in this situation because I feel like #13 is way too high for Trufant, but I don't like any of the choices presented. In this situation, I think they'd grab the best DT available.

  14. Carolina Panthers: Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri
    Sheldon Richardson: 55.5%
    Tavon Austin: 24.4%
    Kenny Vaccaro: 9.4%
    Jonathan Cooper: 7.7%
    D.J. Fluker: 3.0%
    Total votes: 607

    Bert D: Keenan Allen is from Greensboro. He is rehabbing and working out at a gym, with the owner of that gym... who happens to be Ricky Proehl. Who just so happens to be not only an ex-Panther but the Panthers WR coach... He should be an option at 14.

    Joshua C: Giving Cam Newton a weapon like Austin is intriguing, but I still feel that DT is by far the biggest need. Having a weapon like Richardson on that DL will help the defense more so than Austin would help the offense.

    Taha A: Quickest way to the QB? Up the middle. You can live with a serviceable secondary (see the Giants) if your D-line can generate pressure and sacks. Richardson helps massively. Plus a corner here is a reach.

    Freshprynce N: Have you seen their D-Tackle situation, clearly will be Sheldon Richardson if this mock was real. Their run D is awful and Dwan Edwards isn't the solution.



  15. New Orleans Saints: Jarvis Jones, DE/OLB, Georgia
    Jarvis Jones: 41.7%
    Barkevious Mingo: 37.2%
    Kenny Vaccaro: 10.0%
    D.J. Fluker: 6.9%
    Datone Jones: 3.8%
    Total votes: 1,544

    Taylor H: I feel as if Mingo could fit better with the Saints than Jarvis. Mingo is a tall lanky guy who could do more for a Saints defense that was absolutely turrible last season. Defense is a must one way or another.

    Joshua C: Mingo has more upside than Jones, but as had been said here, there is huge bust potential as well. I think the Saints will grab the best OLB to help fix their defense; given the options, I'd give the nod to Jones as he seems to be the 'safer' pick between him and Mingo.

    Saints Pick: I think they'll go with Mingo, they'll keep him in Louisiana

    Bjoern Werner: I think Bjoern Werner should be listed in the Saints poll. The Saints were reportedly the second highest bidder for Paul Kruger who is very similar physically to Werner. Werner is much better at this point than Kruger was when he was drafted though. Unlike Mingo, Werner can stop the run and consistently sack the QB.

  16. St. Louis Rams: Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia
    Tavon Austin: 48.8%
    Jonathan Cooper: 23.9%
    Kenny Vaccaro: 21.7%
    D.J. Fluker: 4.9%
    Arthur Brown: 0.8%
    Total votes: 1,454

    Taylor H: Personally, I would go Vaccaro with this pick. Defense in the NFC West is each teams strong point and the Rams need to solidify their spot. They can take a wideout with their next pick but a ball hawking safety is a nice thing to have.

    Joshua C: The Rams may seriously consider Cooper here, but I think if Austin is on the board, they snatch him up. Bradford needs weapons and Austin is the most dangerous one available.

    Stephen T: They lost Amendola and need to supply Bradford with a target or two. austin happens to be the best Slot receiver in the draft so this is a no brainer...

    Alex C: Austin will be available at #22. If not, Keenan Allen is just as capable. Cooper and Vaccaro will both be gone. Vaccaro seems to be the most likely choice as the NFC West has some of the league's top receivers that the Rams have been unable to stop for some time now.

    Christopher F: Jared Cook was targeted out of the slot most of his time at Tennessee. I see the Rams using him for that. The Rams also have two 1st round picks and could use one later to pick up Keenan Allen. The Rams don't have a single starting Safety on their roster, and that is going to be a big deal in a conference that has Colin Kaepernick and Russell Wilson. Go Kenny Vaccaro and then pick up Keenan Allen later.



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Other 2008 Mock Drafts: Matt McGuire (4/25)/ Craig Smith (4/22)/ Emmitt Smith (4/21)/ Matt McGuire Shocker (4/21)/ Matt McGuire Backwards (4/19)/ Forum Mock (4/15)/ April Fools (4/1)
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Other 2009 Mock Drafts: Re-Draft (4/26) /Matt McGuire (4/25) /Reader Mock (4/25) /Hunter Ansley (4/24) /Backward Mock (4/19) /Emmitt Smith (4/16) /Celebrity Mock (4/9) /April Fools (4/1) /Experts (3/30) /KFFL (3/14)
2010 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/22): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 6 /Round 7
2010 NFL Mock Re-Draft Day 3 (4/24): Round 4 (Walt's) / Round 4 (Matt's)
2010 NFL Mock Re-Draft Day 2 (4/23): Round 2 (Walt's) / Round 3 (Walt's) / Round 2 (Matt's) / Round 3 (Matt's)
Other 2010 Mock Drafts: Matt McGuire (4/22) /Backward Mock (4/20) /Emmitt Mock (4/17) /Celebrity Mock (4/8) /Experts (3/17) /Reader (4/13) /Consensus (2/25)
2011 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/28): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 6 /Round 7
2011 NFL Mock Re-Draft (UPDATED 4/30): Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 2 /Round 3
Other 2011 Mock Drafts: Free Agency (5/9) /Greg Cox (4/28) /Backward Mock (4/22) /Emmitt Mock (4/21) /Team Big Boards (4/21) /Celebrity Mock (4/13) /Experts (4/7) /Not Mock (4/6) /April Fools Mock (4/1) /Greg Cox's 2012 Mock (2/22) /Matt McGuire (1/8)
2012 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/26): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 6 /Round 7
2012 NFL Mock Re-Draft (UPDATED 4/28): Walt Round 4 /Walt Round 5 /Charlie Round 4 /Charlie Round 5 /Walt Round 2 /Walt Round 3 /Charlie Round 2 /Charlie Round 3
Other 2012 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (4/26) /Pick History (4/23) /Emmitt Mock (4/19) /Not Mock (4/19) /Backward Mock (4/17) /Celebrity (4/15) /Goals (4/10) /April Fools Mock (4/1) /Reader Mock (4/1) /Free Agent Mock (3/6) /Greg Cox (9/9)
2013 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/25): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 6 /Round 7
2013 NFL Mock Re-Draft (UPDATED 4/27): Walt Round 4 /Walt Round 5 /Charlie Round 4 /Charlie Round 5 /Walt Round 2 /Walt Round 3 /Charlie Round 2 /Charlie Round 3
Other 2013 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (4/25) /GM Mock (4/21) /Charlie's Trade Mock (4/20) /Goals (4/19) /Rapid Reader Mock (4/18) /Emmitt Mock (4/14) /Not Mock (4/13) /Pick History (4/5) /Backward Mock (4/4) /April Fools Mock (4/1) /Reader Mock /Free Agent Mock (3/7) /Archived 2013 NFL Mock Drafts
2014 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATE 5/8): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 6 /Round 7
2014 NFL Mock Re-Draft (UPDATED 5/10): Walt Round 4 /Walt Round 5 /Charlie Round 4 /Charlie Round 5 /Walt Round 2 /Walt Round 3 /Charlie Round 2 /Charlie Round 3
Other 2014 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (5/8) /Goals (5/3) /Not Mock (4/27) /Emmitt Mock (4/20) /Trades Mock (4/13) /Celebrity Mock (4/11) /Backward Mock (4/4) /April Fools Mock (4/1) /Reader Mock /Free Agent Mock (3/6) /Overreaction Mock (12/30)
2015 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 7/23): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2
Other 2015 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (7/21)
2008 NFL Draft Re-Mock / 2007 NFL Draft Re-Mock / 2006 NFL Draft Re-Mock / 2005 NFL Draft Re-Mock / 2004 NFL Draft Re-Mock / 2003 NFL Draft Re-Mock / 2002 NFL Draft Re-Mock
2016 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 7/24): Round 1 /Picks 17-32



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