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2015 NFL Mock Draft: Round 1 - Picks 17-32

Last update: Thursday, April 30, 2015. Final update posted, 5:30 p.m.
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  1. San Diego Chargers: Andrus Peat, OT, Stanford
    I'd say San Diego's No. 1 priority is protecting Philip Rivers, but there have been rumors that the front office could trade Rivers if it can somehow land Marcus Mariota. That could happen, and if it does, the Chargers' top priority would be finding adequate blocking for Mariota.

    Offensive tackle is definitely in play at No. 17, as the Andrus Peat selection would mean that one of King Dunlap or D.J. Fluker would move inside (probably the former).

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

    1. Todd Gurley, RB - This is probably the latest Gurley will fall. We've spoken to a team that views Gurley as the next Jim Brown, so it's difficult to imagine him falling past No. 17.

    2. Other Tackles - All of the other tackles, including Ereck Flowers and D.J. Humphries, are in play here.

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  2. Kansas City Chiefs: Cameron Erving, OT/G/C, Florida State
    The Chiefs had pass protection issues this past season - only six teams surrendered more sacks - and I doubt Andy Reid will pass on an offensive lineman in the first couple of rounds. Reid loves drafting linemen, and he's getting a replacement for Rodney Hudson at center in Cameron Erving.

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

    1. Tackles - As with the Chargers, the Chiefs could select one of many tackles with their first-round choice.

    2. Kevin Johnson, CB - Johnson has been shooting up draft boards recently, and he could be picked here. The Chiefs could address the cornerback position.

    Pick change; previously La'el Collins, OT/G

  3. Cleveland Browns: D.J. Humphries, OT/G, Florida
    The Browns have expressed a desire to fortify their offensive and defensive lines, so they can take care of the former with this selection. The front office wanted to upgrade Mitchell Schwartz last year, with plans to move him inside. Here's a potential new starter in D.J. Humphries, who has generated a ton of buzz lately.

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

    1. Other Tackles - Once again, there are tons of tackles available in this area, and these teams really could take any of them.

    2. Arik Armstead, DE/DT - This spot makes sense for Armstead, who might be one of the better players available. He would fill a big need on the defensive line.



  4. Philadelphia Eagles: Byron Jones, CB, Connecticut
    The Eagles are obviously looking for a cornerback to help their putrid secondary. They signed Byron Maxwell, but they still need one more upgrade at the position.

    The most athletic player in the entire 2015 NFL Draft per the SPARQ formula, Byron Jones will undoubtedly interest the Eagles, who would love to land a cornerback like him. And yes, Jones could go this early. He already had good tape, so he's not just a workout warrior. The athleticism he displayed at the NFL Combine could push him into Thursday.

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

    1. Nelson Agholor or Jaelen Strong, WR - I mocked Agholor here last week. The Eagles have shown a ton of interest in him. Strong is another receiver Philadelphia could choose in the first round.

    2. Damarious Randall, S - The Eagles would prefer Damarious Randall over Landon Collins because of his athleticism. The fact that he played in the Pac-12 also helps.

  5. Cincinnati Bengals: Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, Oklahoma
    The Bengals don't always draft players with character issues; in fact, they haven't done that recently. However, they haven't been reluctant to take troubled players in the past, and given that they're incapable of getting out of the first round, perhaps they'll take a chance on this sort of mega talent.

    Dorial Green-Beckham would be a top-10 lock if he happened to be clean off the field. He would be a terrific No. 2 target for Andy Dalton, and he would definitely draw attention away from A.J. Green.

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

    1. Randy Gregory, DE/OLB - I've listed Gregory here in recent updates. He makes sense as the best player available and someone who could bolster the pass rush.

    2. D.J. Hunphries or Jake Fisher, OT - It's been rumored that the Bengals will take a tackle so they'll have a successor for Andrew Whitworth.

  6. Pittsburgh Steelers: Shane Ray, DE/OLB, Missouri
    It always seems like a talented prospect falls to the Steelers every April, and that could be Shane Ray this year. Pittsburgh is usually reluctant to select a conversion player in the first round, but Ray is too talented for the front office not to consider him. He would also fill a huge need as an edge rusher, as the Steelers desperately need to improve their ability to get to the quarterback.

    Ray's issues are documented, as he was arrested for possession recently. However, the Steelers took another troubled player a few years ago when they spent a second-round pick on Mike Adams. They checked Adams out, and they were content with what they saw. Perhaps history will repeat itself.

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

    1. Kevin Johnson or Byron Jones, CB - The Steelers haven't selected a cornerback in the first round in a very long time, but the trend could break this year because they desperately need one. Either Kevin Johnson or Byron Jones would fit perfectly into their defense.

    2. Landon Collins, S - I listed Collins here for a long time. I still think he's an option with Troy Polamalu gone.

    Pick change; previously Randy Gregory, DE/OLB



  7. Detroit Lions: Melvin Gordon, RB, Wisconsin
    Reggie Bush was released earlier in the offseason, so the Lions will need to find someone to split the load with Joique Bell. Detroit's front office typically likes picking the top player available, and Melvin Gordon could fit that description, as he has drawn comparisons to Jamaal Charles.

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

    1. Malcom Brown, DT - I was very close to mocking Brown to the Lions. It's close to 50-50 for me between him and Gordon.

    2. D.J. Humphries, OT - OK, maybe 34-33-33. Humphries is a strong option here as well; the Lions have to upgrade the right tackle position.

  8. Arizona Cardinals: Eric Kendricks, ILB, UCLA
    Many teams select the top players available on their board. The Cardinals, however, take a look at their greatest need. That would be the inside linebacker position. They haven't been able to stop tight ends because of this hole for years, and now they have to deal with Jimmy Graham. Arizona may select the top inside linebacker in this class at No. 24.

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

    1. Shane Ray, DE/OLB - The Cardinals have needed a pass-rusher on the exterior for quite some time. Perhaps they'll find an answer in Shane Ray, who was once a projected top-10 pick before a disastrous draft preseason.

    2. Melvin Gordon, RB - Here's another landing spot for Gordon, who could take over as Arizona's lead back.

    Pick change; previously Shane Ray, DE/OLB

  9. Carolina Panthers: Jake Fisher, OT, Oregon
    The Panthers couldn't block for Cam Newton whatsoever early in the season. The offensive line was able to gel late in the year, but there are still some glaring holes there, particularly at both tackle positions. Jake Fisher's stock has risen lately, and it sounds like the athletic tackle will sneak into the first round.

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

    1. Shaq Thompson, LB - The Panthers have shown lots of interest in Thompson, but perhaps they can secure him later...

    2. Breshad Perriman or Jaelen Strong, WRs - Carolina could also select a wideout at No. 25 overall. The team desperately needs someone across from Kelvin Benjamin.

    Pick change; previously Shaq Thompson, LB



  10. Baltimore Ravens: Marcus Peters, CB, Washington
    The Ravens took a chance on a troubled cornerback in the first round a few years ago. That was Jimmy Smith, and he just received a big extension. Perhaps Ozzie Newsome will hope for similar luck with Marcus Peters, who would be long gone if he didn't have character concerns.

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

    1. Melvin Gordon, RB - I think Gordon will be the pick if he makes to the Ravens. It's a bit of a long shot that he'll be here, however.

    2. Malcom Brown or Eddie Goldman, DE/DT - The Ravens lost Haloti Ngata, so Baltimore could look to find a replacement early in the 2015 NFL Draft.

  11. Dallas Cowboys: Randy Gregory, DE/OLB, Nebraska
    There have been reports that Randy Gregory will be chosen in the top 10. Based on what teams know about him, I would find that crazy. It's more likely that he drops this far, and if he does, Dallas will take him, from what I'm hearing. Defensive end is a need in the wake of Greg Hardy's 10-game suspension, and given the status of Jerry Jones and Tony Romo, the Cowboys have to be willing to take more risks.

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

    1. Marcus Peters, Jalen Collins or Byron Jones, CB - Here are cornerback options for the Cowboys, who really need to get the position fixed.

    2. Melvin Gordon, RB - The Cowboys also want a talented running back to replace DeMarco Murray, but they may have to trade up for Gordon.

    Pick change; previously Jalen Collins, CB

  12. Denver Broncos: Malcom Brown, DT, Texas
    The Broncos were fine with allowing Terrance Knighton to walk because he didn't fit Wade Phillips' scheme very well. Phillips prefers smaller nose tackles, a la Jay Ratliff in Dallas. Malcom Brown would fit the bill, and he was highly productive in college, which John Elway thinks is important.

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

    1. Cameron Erving, C/G/OT - Peyton Manning was playing on one leg to close out the season. His pass protection wasn't very good, and it's now worse in the wake of Orlando Franklin's departure. The Broncos would be smart to bolster in the interior of their offensive line so that Manning isn't banged around very much this upcoming season.

    2. Eric Kendricks, ILB - Inside linebacker is currently a problem area for Denver and its new 3-4 defense, so the top player at the position will definitely be considered.

    Pick change; previously Cameron Erving, C



  13. Indianapolis Colts: Landon Collins, S, Alabama
    The Colts don't exactly have the league's best safety corps, as Dwight Lowery is just mediocre, while Mike Adams recently turned 34. They can certainly do better on the back end of their defense. Landon Collins, once projected to go in the top 10, might be seen as a steal here.

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

    1. Jordan Phillips, NT - Indianapolis' nose tackle position isn't awful, but it's far from ideal. Phillips is definitely in the mix at No. 29.

    2. Cameron Erving, C/G/OT - I listed Erving here for a long time. He would provide a big upgrade on a shaky offensive line.

  14. Green Bay Packers: Denzel Perryman, LB, Miami
    The Packers will be extremely fortunate if Eric Kendricks drops to them at No. 30. Kendricks, the top inside linebacker in this class by a wide margin, would fill a huge need, as he would allow Clay Matthews to play on the edge in 2015. Kendricks is off the board in this update, however, but that won't prevent the Packers from addressing their biggest hole.

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

    1. Eric Kendricks, ILB - I'll be shocked if Kendricks falls to No. 30 and isn't the pick.

    2. Kevin Johnson or Byron Jones, CB - The Packers would have to move up for Johnson, but they could land Jones here. They like tall corners, and they definitely need one after losing many players at the position this offseason.

  15. New Orleans Saints: Phillip Dorsett, WR, Miami
    We've spoken to one team selecting in the middle of the second round that loves Phillip Dorsett, and they now believe that he won't make it to their pick. Also, Tony Pauline reported that Sean Payton was overheard gushing about Dorsett, remarking how well the Miami receiver would fit into his offense. I wouldn't even be surprised if he's chosen in the top 20.

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

    1. Maxx Williams, TE - Williams will probably be chosen in the second round, but the Saints could target him here, given that they lost Jimmy Graham this offseason.

    2. Eli Harold, Preston Smith or Owa Odighizuwa, DE/OLB - If the Saints missed on an edge rusher at No. 13 overall, they could select one at this juncture.

  16. New England Patriots: Eli Harold, DE/OLB, Virginia
    I've had Devin Smith and Eddie Goldman going here, and I still think they are real options. However, I like Eli Harold as an option more. Harold fits what Bill Belichick looks for in a prospect. He can play numerous positions, so Belichick will love his versatility. Harold also ran an outstanding 3-cone time, which Belichick places a high emphasis on.

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

    1. Devin Smith, WR - Smith is an Urban Meyer player, so if Meyer tells Bill Belichick to draft him, the Hoodied One might just do it. It's not like the Patriots don't need a receiver.

    2. Eddie Goldman, DT - Another Seminole makes sense here, as the Patriots lost Vince Wilfork this offseason.

    Pick change; previously Eddie Goldman, DT



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Oh Walt... (Anonymous Poster)
16 day(s) 16 hour(s) ago - hide

Everyone remember when Walt didn't even have this guy on his prospect list? Eh... 

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2380239-is-travis-kelce-destined-for-stardom-in-2015

Is this really a guy anyone should pay attention to? Missing this badly can't be ignored, the guy merely recycles what he reads and hears from other more well known pundits, while having no original analysis of his own. The only game-film he's ever watched is relegated to highlight video on youtube, he is an uninformed hack, who wouldn't know journalism if it slapped him on his smug, conceited, uneducated, talking-sports-out-of-his-@$$ face.

Ignore this site if you're looking for informed football analysis.

#boycottwalt #shutdownwalterfootball #jointhemovement

 
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D0cuhes g0n d0uche (Anonymous Poster)
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@Oh Walt...  for some guy who wants to boycott his ass ... to create a hashtag for him is ridiculously ironic and stupid
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Uncreative Walt (Anonymous Poster)
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When it comes to following the heard, recycling tired story lines, and never having an original or unique thought... Walt takes the cake. #boycottwalt #shutdownwalterfootball #jointhemovement

http://www.cincyjungle.com/2015/5/12/8557039/the-bengals-poor-character-stereotype-ought-to-end
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i love maria (Anonymous Poster)
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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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Anonymously (Anonymous Poster)
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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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This site stinks (Anonymous Poster)
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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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OKR (Anonymous Poster)
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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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OKR (Anonymous Poster)
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@Oakrob Hope I wasn't the only one that took Amari u4.5...
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Vikessss (Anonymous Poster)
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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 (3 )
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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 3 Posts (12 )
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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 68 Posts (38 )
29 day(s) 12 hour(s) ago - hide

@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)
29 day(s) 12 hour(s) ago - hide
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)
29 day(s) 13 hour(s) ago - hide
You forgot Kyle Emanuel of NDSU. Projected as high as 3rd round. Likely 4th or 5th.
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steven g. (Anonymous Poster)
29 day(s) 13 hour(s) ago - hide

Wow, someone I can actually agree with. Most of your picks I like.

But what if Tennessee wanted to move down, to say Cleveland,

they could probably demand their 1st and 2nd round picks and

also take their "problem" QB Johnny. Browns should do it. By the

way, I know this has a very good chance of happening.

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