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2016 NFL Mid Season Mock Draft
Published at 11/12/2015 1:19:01 AM
Another one will be created at the end of the season when everything comes together.
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Losing Suh really hurt the Lions. With their starting defensive tackles only having 1 combined sack this year thus far, it is imaginable they will go this direction.
With one of the worst rushing defenses in the league, they could use a monster on the end like Bosa.
Unless Manziel shows promise in the second half of the season, the browns should have a quarterback with the top three picks.
Give Blake Bortals more time to pass and watch the kid as he molds in the NFL
Ramsey should be seen as an NFL safety. With that assumption the Titans should jump on this right away.
Even with questioned speed, this kid is a talented receiver. The ravens could a receiver as Steve Smith will be turning 37 and Perriman was out all year.
This will be interesting with the new addition of Greg Hardy. But if he doesn't work out expect this coming.
Kaepernick will probably be gone from this team soon and if they could transform Cook into a franchise QB this could be a steal.
They should go defense, but this team seem s to keep trying to find Tannehill another receiver to throw to.
The Bears could go in any direction, but an OLB would be a good choice.
With the offense finally piecing together, adding a potential defensive star could put this team in playoff contention.
A team that has fallen apart the last two years could really use a great pocket protecter and maybe Alex Smith will throw some touchdowns to his good young receiving core.
Don't be shocked if this pick is changed to Paxton Lynch out of Memphis soon. The Linebacker position could be upgraded again this year.
This team could really use some young talent on the defensive side of the ball.
The Saints need a player that can get to the QB. They're pass defense has been shocking this year.
Give Todd Gurley a beast to run through and just sit back as he becomes the top running back in the NFL.