2015 NFL Mock Draft


By Walter Cherepinsky - 5/1/2015 12:42:31 PM

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Last update: Thursday, April 30, 2015. Final update posted, 5:30 p.m.
Next update: Next week. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.

This order is based on the full Seven-Round NFL Draft Order.


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  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State
    This selection is pretty much locked in. Barring something crazy happening over the next couple of days, the Buccaneers will be picking Jameis Winston. There have been rumors about Marcus Mariota possibly going No. 1, but those chances are extremely slim. Tampa Bay's front office and coaching staff prefers Winston over Mariota by a wide margin. One of the owners expressed concern about Winston's off-the-field issues, and those are very legitimate, but it's likely that everyone else in the organization assured her that Winston won't be a problem.

    Also, don't count on a trade happening. We reported several months ago that Tampa was more than willing to move up for a signal-caller, but that's not necessary now that the Buccaneers own the top selection. Thus, all speculation of them moving down is pretty pointless.

    *** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. None - It's 99.9-percent certain that Winston will be the pick.

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  2. Tennessee Titans: Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon
    Both Chris Mortensen and Jim Wyatt reported back in January that Tennessee is set to go "all in" with Zach Mettenberger next season. That was accurate back then, but things have changed. The Titans' front office has gotten to know Marcus Mariota, and now it would be a surprise if Mariota wasn't the No. 2 overall pick in some shape or form.

    Mariota isn't an ideal fit for Ken Whisenhunt's offense, but there have been many examples of coaches taking talent over system fits in the past. Take Andy Reid drafting Donovan McNabb, for example. The need for a franchise signal-caller trumps everything.

    Mariota helped himself at the NFL Combine, impressing teams in the interviews and looking great in the field drills. Sixty-nine percent of mock drafts have the Titans picking Mariota, per our mock draft consensus report. Leonard Williams used to be the favorite, but I never bought Williams going to Tennessee. Mariota is much more likely, whether it's Tennessee pulling the trigger, or someone else. As for the "someone else," I'd say Philadelphia is the favorite right now, but anything can happen.

    *** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Trade Down - Check out my Marcus Mariota Trade Page for all of the scenarios. It'll be shocking if Mariota is not the second-overall pick.

  3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Dante Fowler, DE/OLB, Florida
    The Jaguars needed offensive line help much more than another player on the defensive front heading into free agency, but they signed Jermey Parnell to a big contract, so they can definitely go with the top player on their board. While many believe that to be Leonard Williams, I'm hearing that Williams isn't as highly regarded among teams as he is in the media, as there is some concern with his consistency. Dante Fowler might be higher on Jacksonville's board. Besides, Fowler fills a greater need in the wake of the Jared Odrick signing. The Jaguars have to find a better edge rusher.

    *** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Leonard Williams, DE/DT - Some may see Williams as the best player available, but we've heard differently. Some teams we've spoken to are worried about Williams' consistency and ability to produce on third downs. However, he could still be the pick if the Jaguars like him enough.

    2. Amari Cooper, WR - Cooper was mentioned as a possibility in the NFL Draft Rumors page, but that's likely a ploy to get someone to trade up ahead of the Raiders.



  4. Oakland Raiders: Leonard Williams, DE/DT, USC
    The Raiders definitely wouldn't mind landing Leonard Williams. He would fill a huge need, and as Charlie Campbell reported a couple of months ago, Williams told Oakland that he would love to play for them. I didn't think there was a chance Williams would fall to No. 4, but as I mentioned in the Jaguars' write-up, teams aren't as high on Williams as the media is. This is not a rare phenomenon, as we saw this last year with Teddy Bridgewater. Many believe that Bridgewater's stock dropped because of a poor Pro Day, but in reality - and we reported this ahead of time - teams never liked him to begin with. Perhaps some will be surprised if Williams falls to No. 4, but the Raiders will happily take him.

    *** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Amari Cooper, WR - Cooper is definitely in play for the Raiders, who need to find a top target for Derek Carr. However, Williams should be considered the favorite.

  5. Washington Redskins: Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama
    I had the Redskins picking Danny Shelton in a previous update, but with Terrance Knighton signed on, Washington can select the top player available who makes sense for them. That would be Amari Cooper, who could be chosen as high as No. 3 overall.

    Pierre Garcon didn't take to Jay Gruden's scheme, so Washington may want a new starting receiver.

    *** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Brandon Scherff, G/OT - I'm not sure why Washington would chose a guard over one of Leonard Williams, Amari Cooper or Dante Fowler, but I could see it.

    2. Trade Down - Washington's general manager has stated that he's hoping Leonard Williams is available so that he can trade down.

    Pick change; previously Vic Beasley, DE/OLB

  6. New York Jets: Alvin Dupree, DE/OLB, Kentucky
    The Jets neglected the outside linebacker position for years while Rex Ryan was coaching there. Ryan is gone, so perhaps the Jets will now attempt to finally fix their pass-rushing woes. I had Vic Beasley here in a previous update, but I'm getting the sense that Alvin Dupree is chosen before him, sort of like the Greg Robinson-Jake Matthews situation last year. Besides, Dupree is a better fit for Todd Bowles' scheme.

    *** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Amari Cooper, WR - I had Cooper here in a previous version. He would probably qualify as the best player available if he dropped past Washington.

    2. Kevin White, WR - The other receiver choice. White and Dupree appear to be the two favorites.

    Pick change; previously Vic Beasley, DE/OLB



  7. Chicago Bears: Kevin White, WR, West Virginia
    I had the Bears addressing the outside linebacker position in a previous update, but that is no longer a prime need in the wake of the Pernell McPhee signing. Chicago could stand to add another pass-rusher, but the front office can look to other positions now with the No. 7 overall pick.

    One such position is receiver. Brandon Marshall was traded to the Jets, so Jay Cutler will need someone to throw to besides Alshon Jeffery. Kevin White, who blew up the Combine, is the same type of big target that Marshall was.

    *** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Brandon Scherff, G/OT - This is the highest Scherff could go without being a reach. He would make sense for a team with offensive line woes.

    2. Vic Beasley, DE/OLB - The same could be said for Beasley. I imagine the top seven of this draft will be comprised of Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota, Leonard Williams, Dante Fowler, White, Cooper and Beasley in some order.

  8. Atlanta Falcons: Vic Beasley, DE/OLB, Clemson
    The run on edge rushers continues, which is predictable. Some may have projected Randy Gregory or Shane Ray here earlier, but Vic Beasley makes so much more sense. Ray is not a good fit for the defense, while Gregory has truly awful off-the-field issues that will almost certainly cause him to be a bust. The talent is there, but I'm not sure he'll be eligible to play in the NFL in five years.

    *** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Brandon Scherff, G/OT - If all of the pass-rushers are off the board, the Falcons could trade down or select Brandon Scherff to replace Justin Blalock at guard.

    2. Alvin Dupree, DE/OLB - I think Dupree will be the choice if he makes it here.

    Pick change; previously Alvin Dupree, DE/OLB

  9. New York Giants: Brandon Scherff, OT/G, Iowa
    Amari Cooper will be the pick if he makes it this far, but I'm beginning to think that's unlikely. Thus, the Giants will look at a more-pressing need with a slightly lesser talent.

    Brandon Scherff makes a ton of sense. New York has had issues protecting Eli Manning the past few seasons, and its most-glaring hole is on the interior. Scherff, seen by many as this year's Zack Martin, would be a massive upgrade.

    *** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Andrus Peat or Ereck Flowers, OT - It's a close call between Scherff, Peat and Flowers. The former is the better prospect, but Peat and Flowers provide more upside in terms of being able to play left tackle down the road.

    2. Trade Up - The Giants have an extra pick in this draft, so they can afford to move up and grab a prospect who falls. Possibilities include Dante Fowler, Amari Cooper and Vic Beasley.



  10. St. Louis Rams: Ereck Flowers, OT, Miami
    The Rams still have some holes on their offensive line. Jake Long's health was a serious concern, prompting the front office to release him. There's a void at the guard spot that Greg Robinson previously occupied. Meanwhile, right tackle Joseph Barksdale is a free agent. Here's a solution for the latter dilemma.

    *** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Brandon Scherff or Andrus Peat, OL - If the Giants pick Flowers, the Rams will almost certainly go with Scherff to fill their hole at guard. Flowers is also a strong option as an alternative to Peat.

    2. DeVante Parker, WR - The Rams like Parker quite a bit. However, they feel as though the offensive line is a greater priority.

  11. Minnesota Vikings: DeVante Parker, WR, Louisville
    The Vikings traded for Mike Wallace, but if they watched him abandon his teammates, they know that they need some sort of insurance policy. They could even spend their first-round pick on a receiver. I'm not sure if the following was misleading, but it's worth noting that Adrian Peterson's agent, who is pissed that the Vikings are holding his client captive, tweeted out a hint that Minnesota really likes DeVante Parker.

    *** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Trae Waynes, CB - It's almost 50-50 for me in terms of the Vikings selecting either Waynes or Parker. Waynes would fill a big need at cornerback across from Xavier Rhodes.

    2. Todd Gurley, RB - This is a logical spot for Gurley if Minnesota gets a fair offer for Adrian Peterson.

  12. Cleveland Browns: Danny Shelton, NT, Washington
    Cleveland was atrocious against the run to close out the season. Part of the reason for that was incompetent play from the defensive line. It didn't help that Phil Taylor, who struggled early, missed the second half of the year with a knee injury. He has literally been a huge disappointment. The same goes for Ahtyba Rubin, who is gone.

    I've had Danny Shelton as high as No. 5 before, so being able to grab him at the 12th selection is a steal. I just couldn't find a home for him in the top 10. I considered Chicago, but Kevin White seems like the better prospect.

    *** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Trade Up - The Browns are one of the favorites to move up for Marcus Mariota. Check out the Marcus Mariota Trade Page for more.

    2. La'el Collins, Andrus Peat or Ereck Flowers, OTs - Any of the tackles make sense at this juncture.



  13. New Orleans Saints: Trae Waynes, CB, Michigan State
    The Saints signed Brandon Browner this offseason, but he far from cured their woes at cornerback; they need at least one more talented player at the position. New Orleans was atrocious versus the pass last year, so it needs to consider spending an early selection on a corner. So, with that in mind, why not obtain the top player at the position in this class? Trae Waynes has a shot of going in the top 10, so snagging him at No. 13 seems like a great bargain.

    *** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Alvin Dupree, DE/OLB - Dupree was once considered a fringe first-round prospect. Now, it'll be a shocker if he lasts past No. 13.

    2. Todd Gurley, RB - Gurley to the Saints hasn't been discussed much, but it's definitely a possibility. The Saints don't exactly have great running backs in their stable.

  14. Miami Dolphins: Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia
    If you haven't been checking out the NFL Draft Rumors page, there has been speculation that the Dolphins will pick Todd Gurley at No. 14. A lot of what is being discussed now is smoke, but Miami's interest in Gurley is legitimate. Lamar Miller is not an every-down back, and Gurley would really provide a boost for Ryan Tannehill out of the backfield.

    Taking a running back in the top half of the first round may seem strange in today's NFL, but one team we've spoken to believes Gurley is the next Jim Brown. I think you pick the next Jim Brown with a top-16 choice.

    *** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. DeVante Parker, WR - The Dolphins want Parker, but there's a good chance he won't make it to their pick.

    2. Trae Waynes, CB - Miami would also love to land Waynes, but he's no longer available in this mock.

  15. San Francisco 49ers: Arik Armstead, DE/DT, Oregon
    Arik Armstead is a popular pick here, and for good reason. Justin Smith could be the latest 49er to retire, while Ray McDonald is no longer on the team. Defensive end is a big need.

    *** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Kevin Johnson, CB - I listed Johnson here in a previous update. He could still be the pick.

    2. Breshad Perriman, WR - The 49ers are also desperate for receiving help, so Perriman, who has seen his stock soar, could be picked this high.

    Pick change; previously Kevin Johnson, CB

  16. Houston Texans: Kevin Johnson, CB, Wake Forest
    I've been mocking Todd Gurley to the Texans forever. It'll be shocking if he's available and Houston passes on him. However, I no longer have Gurley available; his medical progress has been so positive that there are other teams considering him in the top 16.

    If Gurley is off the board, I have to believe that Houston will draft Kevin Johnson. The rising corner is now in consideration for the top 16, and he would provide a long-term option as a starting cornerback. The Texans had depth issues at corner last year, so adding Johnson would change that.

    *** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Todd Gurley, RB - Was once the favorite to be picked here.

    2. Cameron Erving, C/G/OT - If Johnson and Gurley are both gone, Erving would be a great fit as a new center.

    Pick change; previously Arik Armstead, DE/DT


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1. Tampa Bay - Jameis Winston, QB, FSU
2. Tennessee - Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon
3. Jacksonville - Leonard Williams, DL, USC
4. Oakland - Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama
5. Washington - Dante Fowler, DE/OLB, Florida
6. New York Jets - Kevin White, WR, West Virginia
7. Chicago - Danny Shelton, DT, Washington
8. *Kansas City - Devante Parker, WR, Louisville
9. New York Giants - Brandon Scherff, OT/G, Iowa
10. St. Louis Rams - Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia
11. Minnesota - Trae Waynes, CB, MSU
12. Cleveland - Breshad Perriman, WR, UCF
13. New Orleans - Bud Dupree, DE, Kentucky
14. Miami - Kevin Johnson, CB, Wake Forest
15. San Francisco - Arik Armstead, DE, Oregon
16. Houston - Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, Missouri
17. San Diego - Melvin Gordon, RB, Wisconsin
18. *Atlanta - Randy Gregory, DE/OLB, Nebraska
19. Cleveland - Ereck Flowers, OT, Miami
20. *Carolina - Shane Ray, DE, Missouri
21. Cincinnati - Andrus Peat, OT, Stanford
22. Pittsburgh - Landon Collins, S, Alabama
23. Detroit - La'El Collins, OT, LSU
24. Arizona - Byron Jones, CB, UConn
25. *Philadelphia - Nelson Agholor, WR, USC
26. Baltimore - Jaelen Strong, WR, ASU
27. Dallas - Malcolm Brown, DT, Texas
28. Denver - D.J. Humphries, OT, Florida
29. Indianapolis - Eddie Goldman, DT, FSU
30. Green Bay - Marcus Peters, CB, Washington
31. New Orleans - Jake Fisher, OT, Oregon
32. New England - Cameron Erving, OL, FSU
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@i love maria Good Pats' pick. Erving is the only O-lineman I would want the Pats to get from Florida State.
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kage (Anonymous Poster)
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@i love maria 

Where is Vic Beasley? You really think he'll slip out of the first round? I don't see him getting past the bears at 7.

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BillyBrickz 15 Posts (16 )
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@i love maria I don't give thumbs down, but leaving Beasley off is insane and Gurley going to the Rams seems off to me. I will say I like your run on O-Linemen at the end of the round.
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Loso 73 Posts (26 )
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@i love maria 

Dallas takes Marcus Peters if he's still on the board. Jerry Jones never takes a DT in the first round. 

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greenNgold (Anonymous Poster)
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@Loso Dallas fans have no clue what Jerry Jones will decide to do. Everybody said defense last year than he drafted an OL, a position fans said he wouldn't draft. 
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Loso 73 Posts (26 )
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@greenNgold 

well it wasn't Marcus Peters, but it sure was another CB even though Malcom Brown was still on the board...They never take a DT in the first round.

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You piece of garbage. You had Matias mocked at 64 for the longest time, even tho he was a 6-7 rounder as I pointed out before, and now you changed it to Tomlinson to hide your inept prediction. But you forgot to change the notes underneath, moron. Just admit you didn't have a clue.
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Walter, log time listener, first time caller here. Got a tip from a friend who is a scout for the Oakland Raiders that they are 99% going with Cooper at the 4th pick. Only way it won't happen is if a team trades down to grab him at 4 or 3 but I don't see that happening. Cheers
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Oakrob (Anonymous Poster)
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@OKR so your saying their passing on Leonard Williams if he's there...?
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OKR (Anonymous Poster)
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@Oakrob tough to say if that means they're passing on Williams or if they are assuming he won't be available. Whatever the case is, I'm pretty confident in the source. By the way, does anyone know of an outlet that lets you live bet on the draft?
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Oakrob (Anonymous Poster)
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@OKR well from what I've been reading it seiems like there's a good chance he's still around and I think it would be a mistake to pass on him...take a WR round 2 or maybe even Marcus peters if he drops tht far...I know raiders need impact WRs but the draft is pretty deep. Strong, agholor and maybe even round 3 lockett
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@Oakrob Hope I wasn't the only one that took Amari u4.5...
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1. Tampa Bay: Jameis Winston QB

2. Tennessee: Marcus Mariota QB (I expect this pick to be traded)

3. Jacksonville: Dante Fowler Jr OLB

4. Oakland: Leonard Williams DT

5. Redskins: Amari Cooper WR

6: New York: Vic Beasley OLB

7. TRADE Miami: Kevin White WR

8. Atlanta: Bud Dupree DE

9. New York: Brandon Scherff OG

10. St Louis: Devante Parker

11. TRADE San Fran: Trae Waynes CB

12. Cleveland: Danny Shelton DT

13. New Orleans: Randy Gregory OLB

14. TRADE Chicago: Kevin Johnson CB

15. TRADE Minnesota: Marcus Peters CB

16. Houston: Jaelen Strong WR

17. San Diego: Todd Gurley RB

18. Kansas City: Landon Collins S

19. Cleveland: Ereck Flowers OT

20. Philadelphia: Byron Jones CB

21. Cincinnati: Andrus Peat OT

22. Pitsburg: Shane Ray OLB

23. Detroit: Malcom Brown DT

24. Arizona: Arik Armstead DL

25. Carolina: DJ Humphries OT

26. Baltimore: Breshad Perriman WR

27. Dallas: Melvin Gordon RB

28. Denver: Cameron Erving C

29. Indianapolis: La'el Collins OT

30. Green Bay: Eric Kendricks MLB

31. N. Orleans: Dorial Green-Beckham WR

32. TRADE Vikings: Damarious Randall S

Comment Thoughts and Opinions

(P.S. I know there will be more trades but these are some logical ones I can think of with my MN bias)

 

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TyThor 6 Posts (19 )
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@Vikessss As a Vikes fan I applaud your spirit but I don't think we are getting 2 first round picks this year due to the fact we only have 7 picks to start and trading back from #10 to #15 most likely isn't getting you enough ammo to trade back up into the late first. I do think the Vikings most likely trade back though if Parker, Scherff, Beasley and White are off the board. I hinted yesterday that I think Marcus Peters and Byron Jones are two CB's the Vikings really like, and I wouldn't be shocked if they just took one of them at #11 if they can't trade back. The Vikings have also shown a ton of interest in Waynes but I think that is more smoke then fire at this point. 

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Vikesss 2 Posts (4 )
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@TyThor Its optimistic I agree, at the same time though our second round pick could get us a solid MLB like Anthony or Perryman, so we might not even need to move up
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CDB (Anonymous Poster)
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@TyThor 

Nice point, however trading back from 11 to 15 would probably net a 3rd or 4th rounder based on the value chart(s).  That extra pick along with our second is plenty enough to trade back into the first.  Just my thoughts, SKOL Vikes!

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YEAH (Anonymous Poster)
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@Vikessss 

YOURE ON METH!!!

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JimThorpe (Anonymous Poster)
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@YEAH hows that smoking banana peels going for ya?
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FIXtheLOGO (Anonymous Poster)
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c'mon man.... how hard is it to load the right logo???

TE Wes Saxton From South Alabama as the logo for Alabama. Please put up the Jags logo.

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VTWut (Anonymous Poster)
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Soooo tired of seeing Armstead protected to the Niners. He is a pure project player and really shouldn't be going until late first at best. He wasn't even a standout in college. We have enough project D linemen that we don't need to add another one. Give us a CB or WR instead.

Fortunately mock drafters love giving us lineman every year to replace Justin Smith (Margus Hunt in 2013, Hageman in 2014, Armstead this year) and Baalke never picks one, so i doubt we'll buck the trend this year.

Here's to hoping for a trade up or tradedown.n

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Luke778 (Anonymous Poster)
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@VTWut What was that you were saying?
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BonjourBreasts (Anonymous Poster)
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@VTWut Soooooo tired of seeing idiots like you who think they know everything. 
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CJgoesfor6 9 Posts (8 )
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7 picks in round 1. Congrats that's very good. 

I got six personally. I would have had a seventh since I had Tomlinson to the Lions, but they traded down and took him at the wrong position.

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Chris (Anonymous Poster)
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You're crazy.

Most scouts grade Mettenberger higher than Mariota! Pretty much every scout I've read say that Mettenberger should have had a first round grade in draft, and it's amazing he slid.

To conclude, there's a 0.1% chance the Titans will use their number 2 pick to downgrade the Quarterback position........

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steven g. (Anonymous Poster)
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@Chris 

Sorry, when I posted I had not seen yours. Agree 100% with

you. It is going to happen, but I see a trade with Browns to

do it. Titans not really in love with Mariota. but LOVE Johnny.

and he will sell many seats for them.

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Luke778 (Anonymous Poster)
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@Chris You were saying?
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MASE! (Anonymous Poster)
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Here's the BROWNS Perfect draft:  GO BROWNS!

1. AMARI COOPER-ALABAMA (WR) 1st rd
2. DANNY SHELTON- WASHINGTON (DT) 1st rd
3. ERECK FLOWERS- MIAMI U. (OT) 2nd rd
4. DEVIN FUNCHESS- MICHIGAN (WR/TE) 3rd rd...
5. TJ YELDON- ALABAMA (RB) 4th rd
6. HENRY ANDERSON-STANFORD (DE/DT) 4th rd
7. SEAN MANNION- OREGON ST. (QB) 5th rd
8. TAIWAN JONES- MICHIGAN ST. (ILB) 6th rd
9. GEROD HOLLIMAN- LOUISVILLE (S) 7th rd
10. JALSTON FOWLER-ALABAMA (FB) 7th rd

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BillyBrickz 15 Posts (16 )
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@MASE! Yeldon in the fourth man? At least be reasonable on here.
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greenNgold (Anonymous Poster)
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@BillyBrickz Yeah, and Flowers will not even get close to their 2nd round pick, he may be gone by their 2nd 1st round pick, even a slight chance he could be gone before 12. Definitely not realistic.
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greenNgold (Anonymous Poster)
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@BillyBrickz Yeah, and Flowers will not even get close to their 2nd round pick, he may be gone by their 2nd 1st round pick, even a slight chance he could be gone before 12. And Amari Cooper at 12?? He's a top 5 player in this draft, he won't even get close to 12. And Shelton may very well need to be picked at 12 if he's even there at 12. Definitely not realistic at all.
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MASE! (Anonymous Poster)
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@MASE!  Here's the key word haters!!!!!! Browns Perfect draft, meaning those players fall into those spots! Read between the lines before u run your mouths!
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MASE IS A @#$@ (Anonymous Poster)
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@MASE!

You might as well add Walter Payton and John Elway to that "perfect draft list" you dumb piece of @#$@.

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Chiefs Fan (Anonymous Poster)
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It's nitpicky so whatever...but KC will not draft a QB unless a wizard casts a spell on all GMs manage to lose their minds and Mariota falls to 18. Besides Alex Smith...Chase Daniel, Aaron Murray, Tyler Bray and Terrell Pryor are currently on the roster.  They won't carry 4, let alone 6 QBs through the season.  Why toss a 5th round pick for a practice squad guy? Just not gonna to happen.  I see LB or OL depth being drafted in the 5th.

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ICANDRAFTBETTER (Anonymous Poster)
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1st round: (depending on trades)



1. TAMPA BAY: JAMEIS WINSTON (QB FSU)

2. TENNESSEE: LEONARD WILLIAMS (DE/DT USC)

(unless the Eagles, Jets, Browns or Chargers trade up for Mariota)

3. JACKSONVILLE: DANTE FOWLER (DE/LB Florida)

4. OAKLAND: KEVIN WHITE (WR West Virginia)

5. WASHINGTON: VIC BEASLEY (DE/LB Clemson)

6. JETS: MARCUS MARIOTA (QB Oregon) (if nobody trades up)

7. CHICAGO: AMARI COOPER (WR Alabama)

8. ATLANTA: ALVIN DUPREE (DE/LB Kentucky)

9. GIANTS: BRANDON SCHREFF (OL Iowa)

10. ST. LOUIS: ERECK FLOWERS (OL Miami)

11. MINNESOTA: TRAE WAYNES (CB Michigan St.)

12. CLEVELAND: DANNY SHELTON (DT Washington)

13. NEW ORLEANS: SHANE RAY (DE/LB Missouri)

14. MIAMI: DEVANTE PARKER (WR Louisville)

15. SAN FRANCISCO: RANDY GREGORY (DE/LB Nebraska)

16. HOUSTON: ARIK ARMSTEAD (DT/DE Oregon)

17. SAN DIEGO: TODD GURLEY (RB Georgia)

18. KANSAS CITY: LANDON COLLINS (S Alabama)

19. CLEVELAND: ANDRUS PEAT (OL Stanford)

20. PHILADELPHIA: JALEN COLLINS (CB LSU)

21. CINCINNATI: LAEL COLLINS (OL LSU)

22. PITTSBURGH: KEVIN JOHNSON (CB Wake Forest)

23. DETROIT: MALCOLM BROWN (DT Texas)

24. ARIZONA: MELVIN GORDON (RB Wisconsin)

25. CAROLINA: DJ HUMPHRIES (OL Florida)

26. BALTIMORE: BRESHARD PERRIMAN (WR UCF)

27. DALLAS: EDDIE GOLDMAN (DT FSU)

28. DENVER: BERNARDRICK MCKINNEY (LB Mississippi St.)

29. INDIANAPOLIS: DENZELL PERRYMAN (LB Miami)

30. GREEN BAY: ERIC KENDRICKS (LB UCLA)

31. NEW ORLEANS: PHILLIP DORSETT (WR Miami)

32. NEW ENGLAND: JORDAN PHILLIPS (DT Oklahoma)

2nd round: (depending on trades)



33. TENNESSEE: RONALD DARBY (CB FSU)

34. TAMPA BAY: NATE ORCHARD (DE Utah)

35. JACKSONVILLE: JAKE FISHER (OL Oregon)

36. OAKLAND: OWA ODIGHIZUWA (DE UCLA)

37. WASHINGTON: TJ CLEMMINGS (OL Pitt)

38. JETS: JAELEN STRONG (WR Arizona St.)

39. CHICAGO: CARL DAVIS (DT Iowa)

40. GIANTS: SHAQ THOMPSON (LB Washington)

41. ST LOUIS: DORIAN GREEN-BECKHAM (WR Oklahoma)

42. ATLANTA: TEVIN COLEMAN (RB Indiana)

43. CLEVELAND: DEVIN SMITH (WR Ohio St.)

44. NEW ORLEANS: MAXX WILLIAMS (TE Minnesota)

45. MINNESOTA: STEPHONE ANTHONY (LB Clemson)

46. SAN FRANCISCO: BYRON JONES (CB Connecticut)

47. MIAMI: MARCUS PETERS (CB Washington)

48. SAN DIEGO: LAKEN TOMLINSON (OL Duke)

49. KANSAS CITY: CAMERON ERVING (OL FSU)

50. BUFFALO: CEDRIC OGBUHEI (OL Texas A & M)

51. HOUSTON: DEVIN FUNCHESS (TE/WR Michigan)

52. PHILADELPHIA: NELSON AGHOLOR (WR USC)

53. CINCINNATI: MICHAEL BENNETT (DT Ohio St.)

54. DETROIT: DUKE JOHNSON (RB Miami)

55. ARIZONA: MARIO EDWARDS (DT/DE FSU)

56. PITTSBURGH: GERROD HOLLIMAN (S Louisville)

57. CAROLINA: SAMMIE COATES (WR Auburn)

58. BALTIMORE: QUINTEN ROLLINS (CB Miami Ohio)

59. DALLAS: ALEX CARTER (CB Stanford)

60. DENVER: REESE DISMUKES (OL Auburn)

61. INDIANAPOLIS: JOSUE MATIAS (OL FSU)

62. GREEN BAY: ERIC ROWE (S/CB Utah)

63. SEATTLE: HRONISS GRASU (OL Oregon)

64. NEW ENGLAND: ELI HAROLD (DE/LB Virginia)

3rd round: (depending on trades)



65. TAMPA BAY: ALI MARPET (OL Hobart)

66. TENNESSEE: TRE JACKSON (OL FSU)

67. JACKSONVILLE: TYLER LOCKETT (WR Kansas St.)

68. OAKLAND: AJ CANN (OL South Carolina)

69. WASHINGTON: PJ WILLIAMS (CB FSU)

70. JETS: PRESTON SPENCE (DE Mississippi St.)

71. CHICAGO: GARRETT GRAYSON (QB Colorado St.)

72. ST LOUIS: BRENT HUNDLEY (QB UCLA)

73. ATLANTA: ANTHONY HARRIS (S Virginia)

74. GIANTS: JAMES SAMPLE (S Louisville)

75. NEW ORLEANS: DAMARIOUS RANDALL (S Arizona St.)

76. MINNESOTA: TJ YELDON (RB Alabama)

77. CLEVELAND: NICK O LEARY (TE FSU)

78. NEW ORLEANS: XAVIER COOPER (DT Washington St.)

79. SAN FRANCISCO: ELLIS MCCARTHY (DT UCLA)

80. KANSAS CITY: JUSTIN HARDY (WR East Carolina)

81. BUFFALO: HAUOLI KIKAHA (DE/LB Washington)

82. HOUSTON: RASHARD GREENE (WR FSU)

83. SAN DIEGO: CHRISTIAN COVINGTON (DT Rice)

84. PHILADELPHIA: DARYL WILLIAMS (OL Oklahoma)

85. CINCINNATI: KWON ALEXANDER (LB LSU)

86. ARIZONA: PAUL DAWSON (LB TCU)

87. PITTSBURGH: MARKUS GOLDEN (DE/LB Missouri)

88. DETROIT: DONOVAN SMITH (OL Penn St.)

89. CAROLINA: JACOBY GLENN (CB UCF)

90. BALTIMORE: DAVID JOHNSON (RB Northern Iowa)

91. DALLAS: JAY AJAYI (RB Boise St.)

92. DENVER: CLIVE WARFORD (TE Miami)

93. INDIANAPOLIS: AMEER ABDULLAH (RB Nebraska)

94. GREEN BAY: GRADY JARRETT (DT Clemson)

95. SEATTLE: IFO EKPRE OLOMU (CB Oregon)

96. NEW ENGLAND: STEVEN NELSON (CB Oregon St.)

97. NEW ENGLAND: ARIE KOUANDIJO (OL Alabama)

98. KANSAS CITY: TREY FLOWERS (DE/LB Arkansas)

99. CINCINNATI: LORENZO MAULDIN (DE Louisville)

4th round: (depending on trades)



100. TENNESSEE: DURELL ESKRIDGE (S Syracuse)

101. NEW ENGLAND: JAQUISKI TARTT (S Samford)

102. OAKLAND: BUCK ALLEN (RB USC)

103. JACKSONVILLE: JEREMY LANGFORD (RB Michigan St.)

104. JETS: MIKE DAVIS (RB South Carolina)

105. WASHINGTON: DORAN GRANT (S Ohio St.)

106. CHICAGO: D'JOUN SMITH (CB/S Florida Atlantic)

107. ATLANTA: MITCH MORSE (OL Missouri)

108. GIANTS: GABE WATSON (DT Auburn)

109. TAMPA BAY: CHRIS HACKETT (S TCU)

110. MINNESOTA: COREY ROBINSON (OL South Carolina)

111. CLEVELAND: ZADARIUS SMITH (DE/LB Kentucky)

112. SEATTLE: TYLER SAMBRAILO (OL Colorado St.)

113. PHILADELPHIA: KEVIN WHITE (S TCU)

114. MIAMI: JEREMIAH PUTASI (OL Utah)

115. CLEVELAND: STEFON DIGGS (WR Maryland)

116. HOUSTON: TYRUS THOMPSON (OL Oklahoma)

117. SAN DIEGO: DANIELLE HUNTER (DE/LB LSU)

118. KANSAS CITY: CHARLES GAINES (CB Louisville)

119. ST LOUIS: MAX GARCIA (OL Florida)

120. CINCINNATI: BEN KOYACK (TE Notre Dame)

121. PITTSBURGH: JOSH ROBINSON (RB Mississippi St.)

122. BALTIMORE: MARCUS HARDISON (DT Arizona St.)

123. ARIZONA: BRYCE PETTY (QB Baylor)

124. CAROLINA: DAVID COBB (RB Minnesota)

125. BALTIMORE: IBRAHEIM CAMPBELL (S Northwestern)

126. SAN FRANCISCO: TRE MCBRIDE (WR William & Mary)

127. DALLAS: DERRON SMITH (S Fresno St.)

128. INDIANAPOLIS: ADRIAN AMOS (S/CB Penn St.)

129. GREEN BAY: JOHN MILLER (OL Louisville)

130. SEATTLE: DEZMIN LEWIS (WR Central Arkansas)

131. NEW ENGLAND: DRES ANDERSON (WR Utah)

132. SAN FRANCISCO: JAMIL DOUGLAS (OL Arizona St.)

133. DENVER: JOSH SHAW (CB USC)

134. SEATTLE: TYLER DAVIDSON (DT Fresno St.)

135. CINCINNATI: KURTIS DRUMMOND (S Michigan St.)

136. BALTIMORE: MARK GLOWINSKI (OL West Virginia)

5th round: (depending on trades)



137. MINNESOTA: CODY PREWITT (S Mississippi)

138. TENNESSEE: TY MONTGOMERY (WR Stanford)

139. JACKSONVILLE: ANDY GALLIK (OL Boston College)

140. OAKLAND: CLAYTON GEATHERS (S UCF)

141. WASHINGTON: CAMERON ARTIS-PAYNE (RB Auburn)

142. CHICAGO: DAVIS TULL (DE/LB Chattanooga)

143. DENVER: KALEB EULIS (DT Mississippi St.)

144. GIANTS: SENQUEZ GOLSON (CB Mississippi)

145. PHILADELPHIA: HENRY ANDERSON (DE Stanford)

146. CLEVELAND: JORDAN HICKS (LB Texas)

147. NEW ORLEANS: BEN HEENEY (LB Kansas)

148. MIAMI: JORDAN RICHARDS (S Stanford)

149. MIAMI: MAX VALLES (LB Virginia)

150. SAN FRANCISCO: LYNDEN TRAIL (LB Norfolk St.)

151. HOUSTON: CAM THOMAS (CB Western Kentucky)

152. SAN DIEGO: ANTHONY JEFFERSON (S UCLA)

153. NEW ORLEANS: SHANE CARDEN (QB East Carolina)

154. BUFFALO: SEAN MANNION (QB Oregon St.)

155. PHILADELPHIA: TONY WASHINGTON (LB Oregon)

156. CINCINNATI: CHAZ GREEN (OL Florida)

157. BALTIMORE: MYCOLE PRUITT (TE Southern Illinois)

158. ARIZONA: WAYNE LYONS (CB Stanford)

159. PITTSBURGH: SHAQ MASON (OL Georgia Tech)

160. CAROLINA: MIKE HULL (LB Penn St.)

161. TAMPA BAY: JOHN CROCKETT (RB North Dakota St.)

162. DALLAS: KYLE EMANUEL (DE/LB North Dakota St.)

163. DENVER: SEAN HICKEY (OL Syracuse)

164. INDIANAPOLIS: JOEY MBU (DT Houston)

165. GREEN BAY: BLAKE BELL (TE Oklahoma)

166. SEATTLE: ZACH WAGENMANN (DE/LB Montana)

167. DETROIT: JUSTIN COX (CB Mississippi St.)

168. CAROLINA: SAM CARTER (S TCU)

169. SEATTLE: JAKE RYAN (LB Michigan)

170. BALTIMORE: JOSH HARPER (WR Fresno St.)

171. KANSAS CITY: TAIWON JONES (LB Michigan St.)

172. KANSAS CITY: CHRIS CONLEY (WR Georgia)

173. CAROLINA: CRAIG MAGER (CB Texas St.)

174. HOUSTON: JARVIS HARRISON (OL Texas A & M)

175. BALTIMORE: CONNOR HALLIDAY (QB Washington St.)

6th round: (depending on trades)



176. TENNESSEE: ZACH HODGES (LB Harvard)

177. NEW ENGLAND: JAMISON CROWDER (WR Duke)

178. OAKLAND: GREG MANCZ (OL Toledo)

179. JACKSONVILLE: CODY RIGGS (S Notre Dame)

180. SEATTLE: TRAY WALKER (CB Texas Southern)

181. WASHINGTON: DARREN WALLER (WR Georgia Tech)

182. CHICAGO: ROBERT MYERS (OL Tennessee St.)

183. TAMPA BAY: MELVIN MEGGS (OL South Alabama)

184. ATLANTA: IMOAN CLAIBORNE (CB Northwestern St.-Louisiana)

185. GIANTS: DEONTE GREENBERRY (WR Houston)

186. NEW ORLEANS: TYLER MARZ (OL Wisconsin)

187. BUFFALO: TROY HILL (CB Oregon)

188. CLEVELAND: LORENZO DOSS (CB Tulane)

189. SAN FRANCISCO: WES SAXTON (TE South Alabama)

190. MIAMI: JALSTON FOWLER (RB/FB Alabama)

191. SAN DIEGO: BJ FINNEY (OL Kansas St.)

192. KANSAS CITY: TYLER KROFT (TE Rutgers)

193. BUFFALO: MARTRELL SPAIGHT (LB Arkansas)

194. HOUSTON: SHAQ RIDDICK (DE/LB West Virginia)

195. PHILADELPHIA: TERRY POOLE (OL San Diego St.)

196. CINCINNATI: ANTHONY CHICKILLO (DE Miami)

197. ARIZONA: JESSE JAMES (TE Penn St.)

198. PITTSBURGH: JEFF HEUERMANN (TE Ohio St.)

199. DETROIT: ROB HAVENSTEIN (OL Wisconsin)

200. CAROLINA: BRETT BOYKO (OL UNLV)

201. CLEVELAND: JERMAINE WHITEHEAD (S Auburn)

202. DENVER: KENNY COOK (WR Gardner-Webb)

203. BALTIMORE: LERON FURR (LB Fort Valley St.)

204. INDIANAPOLIS: OBUM GWACHAM (DE/LB Oregon St.)

205. GREEN BAY: DONALD CELISCAR (S Western Michigan)

206. INDIANAPOLIS: ANTWAN GOODLEY (WR Baylor)

207. TENNESSEE: BRANDON BRIDGE (QB South Alabama)

209. SEATTLE: VINCE MAYLE (WR Washington St.)

210. GREEN BAY: HAYES PULLARD (LB USC)

211. HOUSTON: BRYAN BENNETT (QB Southeastern Louisiana)

212. PITTSBURGH: RAMIK WILSON (LB Georgia)

213. GREEN BAY: QUANDRE DIGGS (CB Texas)

214. SEATTLE: CHRIS BONNER (QB Colorado St.-Pueblo)

215. ST LOUIS: TEVIN MCDONALD (S Eastern Washington)

216. HOUSTON: ISAIAH JOHNSON (S Georgia Tech)

217. KANSAS CITY: LADARIUS GUNTER (CB Miami)

7th round: (depending on trades)



218. TAMPA BAY: BRYCE CALLAHAN (CB Rice)

219. NEW ENGLAND: MATT JONES (RB Florida)

220. JACKSONVILLE: JUSTIN COLEMAN (CB Tennessee)

221. OAKLAND: BRIAN PARKER (TE Albany)

222. WASHINGTON: CODY FAJARDO (QB Nevada)

223. JETS: JACOB HAGEN (S Liberty)

224. JETS: JACOREY SHEPHERD (CB Kansas)

225. ATLANTA: EJ BIBBS (TE Iowa St.)

226. GIANTS: BRANDON VITABILE (OL Northwestern)

227. ST LOUIS: TRAVIS LEE (CB Miles)

228. MINNESOTA: RAY DREW (DE Georgia)

229. CLEVELAND: TAYLOR KELLY (QB Arizona St.)

(unless they trade up for Mariota)


230. NEW ORLEANS: WILL BROWN (CB Missouri S & T)

231. TAMPA BAY: TAKARI JOHNSON (LB Concordia Michigan)

232. MINNESOTA: XAVIER WILLIAMS (DT Northern Iowa)

233. KANSAS CITY: VINCE KOWALSKI (OL Villanova)

234. BUFFALO: JULIEN DAVID (S Howard)

235. HOUSTON: KEON WILLIAMS (RB Chattanooga)

236. DALLAS: JAMON BROWN (OL Louisville)

237. PHILADELPHIA: TONY LIPPETT (WR Michigan St.)

238. CINCINNATI: RJ HARRIS (WR New Hampshire)

239. PITTSBURGH: DERRICK LOTT (DT Chattanooga)

240. DETROIT: DEON BUSH (S Miami)

241. ARIZONA: JESSE SOMSEL (OL Saginaw Valley)

242. CAROLINA: JERRY LOVELOCKE (QB Prairie View A & M)

243. DALLAS: CEDRIC REED (DE Texas)

244. INDIANAPOLIS: HENRY COLEY (LB Virginia)

245. GIANTS: NICK BOYLE (TE Delaware)

246. SAN FRANCISCO: MICHAEL HEITZ (OL Illinois)

247. GREEN BAY: TITUS DAVIS (WR Central Michigan)

248. SEATTLE: HAROLD JONES-QUARTEY (S Findlay)

249. ATLANTA: DONTATELLA LUCKETT (WR Harding)

250. DENVER: ANDRE MONROE (DE Maryland)

251. DENVER: TERRELL WATSON (RB Azusa Pacific)

252. DENVER: ERICK DARGAN (S Oregon)

253. NEW ENGLAND: AXEL OFORI (CB Maine)

254. SAN FRANCISCO: KENNY BELL (WR Nebraska)

255. INDIANAPOLIS: MATT REESE (OL Tuskegee)

256. ARIZONA: RANDALL EVANS (CB Kansas St.)

If Tennessee is smart THEY STAY AT 2 & TAKE WILLIAMS! Lebeau is there now & they need somebody on that D other then Casey. Hes known for his D & they just drafted Mettenberger. Give him a chance. If it shows in another year or two hes not working out then draft a QB & keep Mettenberger as your backup. When you get Luck every year & when Bortles should only get better you should consider going D when you have a chance at Williams. Theyre foolish if they move or take Mariota. They havent had anybody since Kearse & Haynesworth. Plus if they were to take Williams hed help Casey & that would open up things for Orakpo & Morgan, too! Theyre dumb if they dont take Williams.

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Anonymously (Anonymous Poster)
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@ICANDRAFTBETTER I so DO NOT want the Pats to take Jordan Phillips with that 32nd pick. He is way too inconsistent and has questionable work effort. He disappeared way too much and just looks like a bust. I would want Cam Erving or Byron Jones at pick 32 if it played out like that.
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KILLER (Anonymous Poster)
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I'm as excited as can be!  Crazy prognostication = Vikings trade AP and #11 pick to Jaguars for #3 pick and their 2nd round pick.  Vikings select Leonard Williams to play at strong side DE, a modern Reggie White.  SKOL!!!
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Duh (Anonymous Poster)
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It is going to be tough for Goldman  2 play for two teams

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Duh (Anonymous Poster)
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It is going to be tough for Goldman  2 play for two teams

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Walter is still a Moron (Anonymous Poster)
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Scot McCloughan DID NOT say that he wanted Leonard Williams to be available at #5 so he could trade down.  Williams is the only person he would refuse to trade down from #5 if he's available.  If Williams is available at #5, he's a Redskin and there's no hesitation in making the pick.  If anyone else is there, a trade down is absolutely a possibility.
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Walter is still a Moron (Anonymous Poster)
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And you've still got them taking midgets when the GM ONLY takes big players.  Damarious Randall is a midget and you've got them selecting him in the 2nd round?  Holy @#$@ you're a @#$@ing moron.
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Walter is still a Moron (Anonymous Poster)
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And there's an undersized CB in the 4th round.  You're completely @#$@ing clueless about what the Redskins draft will look like.

Here's a hint:  McCloughan ONLY drafts BPA, not need, and ONLY drafts big players, not midgets.

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Dro (Anonymous Poster)
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Wow...the very last mock turns out to be the best one so far for Dallas.

Gregory gives a pass rush in the 1st, great value

You've mocked Collins to Dallas in the 1st before but have him as the team's 2nd rounder, filling one of the team's top two needs (pass rush being the other) with a great value

Ajayi, a Dallas favorite who looked locked for the 2nd round for weeks, waiting in the 3rd round.

From your lips to God's ears, all three Dallas needs filled with arguable BPAs, that would be magnificent.

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ant (Anonymous Poster)
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Giants pick two DE back to back?! c'mon do your homework first
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mac42580 4 Posts (9 )
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MAC'S FINAL DRAFT 

IN THIS ONE PARKER IS GONE IN THE 1ST.  SO WE TRADE DOWN WITH DALLAS IN HOPES OF GETTING ERVING BUT HE'S GONE TOO.  EITHER WAY WE PICK UP ANOTHER 2ND.


1.Eric Kendricks, OLB/ILB, UCLA  6'0 232

2.Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska  5'9 205

2.D'Joun Smith, CB, Florida Atlantic  5'10 187

4.John Miller, G, Louisville  6'2 303

5.Gerod Holliman**, S, Louisville  6'0 218

5.Kenny Bell, WR, Nebraska  6'1 186

6.Rory Anderson, TE, South Carolina 6'4 250


Most of these guys may know each other

as most of them reside in Miami.

With this draft Miami takes care of Many needs. 

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TebowLover (Anonymous Poster)
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Eagles trade for 2nd pick, draft Mariota.

However five years later Mariota is still on the bench, Sanchez is on the practice team, Tebow is starter and lead the Eagles to four straight super bowl victories. 

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Kevin (Anonymous Poster)
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@Vikessss If the Eagles do not trade up to get Mariota I really hope we draft a receiver with our 20th pick. We signed 2 decent cornerbacks this offseason and are in need of a receiver. Matthews is nothing more than a solid 2 and Cooper is not very good. We need a 1. We also need a safety to go along with Jenkins.
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cmac1221 1 Posts (0)
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I think the 2nd overall pick will be Mariota to the eagles in a three way trade with the browns getting Bradford and another good player for the 12th overall pick and then the eagles package the 12th overall and the 20th overall and ILB Kendricks and 2nd rounder in 2016 for the 2nd overall pick. I think this is a super fair trade and it could work out this way.
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Wharthog 87 Posts (47 )
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@cmac1221 

he, he, he, three-way

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cmac1221 1 Posts (0)
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@Wharthog Who doesn't love a three-way.
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Carolina Fan (Anonymous Poster)
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This is a a borderline great mock draft for Carolina Panthers it addresses all their needs and also picks best players based on where they might fall come draft time.
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MDM (Anonymous Poster)
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You forgot Kyle Emanuel of NDSU. Projected as high as 3rd round. Likely 4th or 5th.
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