HardcoreVikesFan's 2016 NFL Mock Draft - Version 4.0
Published at 4/14/2016 2:02:52 PM
A blockbuster trade has just occurred between LA and Tennessee. Thus, the entire draft has been shaken up. Per my usual rules, I do not project trades (I instead place picks on trade watch).
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This pick is much easier to project now: Carson Wentz will be the first overall pick in the draft.
Cleveland may have wanted all along, but, they are 'stuck' with Jared Goff now.
Tunsil could be considered here, but, San Diego needs drastic help at safety. Ramsey would be the more ideal fit for San Diego.
Has Dallas learned from their Greg Hardy mistake? I believe they have. That is why I can see Buckner being selected instead of Bosa and his off the field baggage.
Remember when the front office in Jacksonville used analytics to tell them all they needed was right tackle in order to win more games? Well, by selecting Tunsil to play left tackle, they can truly use their pick from the 2013 draft (Luke Jockel) in the way they were supposed to - so they can finally win games!
Boss might be a mess off the field, but, Baltimore is a place where Bosa could be helped in handling his baggage.
To quote Snoop Dog: "Chip Kelly kill yourself you dumbass coach. You sorry as fuck cuh."
Chip Kelly looked pretty sorry in Philly. Let's see what he does now that he no longer has a viable chance to land Jared Goff. My best bet is San Fransisco takes a corner.
Philly is committed to improving their running game and covet Elliot.
I considered Leonard Floyd here, but, Tampa Bay needs a true pass rusher more than a gadget-type linebacker.
Myles Jack could slip a little bit if his knee injury is still a concern. However, I don't see him falling past the linebacker-needy Giants.
With Jermon Bushrod gone, Chicago needs to find a left tackle.
New Orleans must improve their defensive line. Rankins may be a better fit as an under tackle in a 43, but I feel as though he could transition well into a 34 defensive end.
Miami needs to improve its puss rush now that Derrick Shelby and Oliver Vernon are gone.
Oakland still has yet to find a reliable interior linebacker. The need is greater now that Curtis Lofton was cut.
The Titans must improve their right tackle position so that Marcus Mariota can have a better chance at staying upright.
Detroit still must find a replacement for both Suh and Fairley. Ngata cannot play forever.