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2016 NFL Mock Draft by Mocker123 - 4.12
Published at 4/12/2016 8:21:28 PM

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Round 1

Picks 1-16
1. Titans: Laremy Tunsil, Offensive Tackle, Ole Miss

The Titans need to invest on getting an offensive lineman for Marcus Mariota before he turns in to David Carr. Mariota has talent, and the Titans will need to invest on an offensive line to push him over the top.

2. Browns: Jared Goff, Quarterback, California

The Browns are in a rebuilding process that has gone through over 20 starting quarterbacks in 17 years. Jared Goff has been amazing in his last year, and he fits the Browns system more than any other Quarterback.

3. Chargers: Jalen Ramsey, Cornerback, Florida State

Jalen Ramsey is worth a first pick of the draft. He is also worth a second. The Titans need an offensive lineman and the Browns? It should be pretty obvious. You have a really good Cornerback in Joe Haden. So with Ramsey falling to three, the Chargers could go Bosa, but Ramsey is maybe the most talented player in the draft.

4. Cowboys: Joey Bosa, Defensive End, Ohio State

The Cowboys had an amazing 2014 season, and then they sucked. They will need some help on the defensive side.

5. Jaguars: Myles Jack, Outside Linebacker, UCLA

With Myles Jack going to the fifth pick, the Jags are in serious need of a player who can carry the defense to, at least, a good enough form. They have already invested on a good defensive line. Maybe help with defensive tackles will come in the second round, but Myles Jack will not be in the second round. And they need a defensive leader. Plus, he also understands the running game, so that is extremely important.

6. Ravens: Ronnie Stanley, Offensive Tackle, Notre Dame

The Ravens had one of the most suprising seasons, having half as much wins in 2015 as they had in 2014. One of the reasons was Joe Flacco getting knocked around. As it is too early to invest in a well needed safety, the Ravens can get an offensive tackle for Flacco to protect his blind side.

7. 49ers: Carson Wentz, Quarterback, North Dakota State

The 49ers? Well, they have been just horrible. Blaine Gabbert started over Colin Kaepernick. That is dangerous. They can look on the bright side drafting Carson Wentz. They can also look on the bright side. That wasn't even the worst situation. In their division.

8. Eagles: Ezekiel Elliott, Running Back, Ohio State

You can't blame the Eagles. They had thought getting Demarco Murray was a really good idea, him being the offensive player of the year in 2014. He plain out was horrible for Chip Kelly. When Doug Pederson traded Murray to the Titans, it was made clear the Eagles weren't going down without a Running Game. Elliott may help that attack, and he will probably be Rookie of the year for offense. Sam Bradford is still the QB for the Eagles, and he is getting payed like Tom Brady.

9. Buccaneers: Vernon Hargreaves, Cornerback, Florida

The Buccaneers were the Suckaneers on defense last year. Hargreaves is the, obviously, best cover corner in the draftees last year. Hargreaves is used to tough situations, and the Buccs will need that presence.

10. Giants: DeForest Buckner, Defensive End, Oregon

Buckner is really good, and Jason Pierre-Paul will need a compliment on the defensive line. The Giants struck mad at the free agents possibility of defense, and Buckner may be the one that pushes a horrible Giants defense into top 10.

11. Bears: Andrew Billings, Defensive Tackle, Baylor

Could it get any better. Andrew Billings falling to eleven, a needy Bears team that hibernates in the football season. And, to Andrew Billings happiness, he still gets to be a Bear.

12. Saints: A'Shawn Robinson, Defensive Tackle, Alabama

The Saints will need Robinson's presence to be an okay defense. Enough said?

13. Dolphins: Reggie Ragland, Inside Linebacker, Alabama

The Dolphins need a middle linebacker, as it is the most important position in the NFL. Ragland takes that job seriously, and it pays off. Ragland could be a player that takes the Dolphins to success in defense.

14. Raiders: Mackensie Alexander, Cornerback, Clemson

The Raiders need a cornerback. They are trying to develop the defense and offense at the same time. They are doing a good job at making a winner, but if they want to be in serious competition, they will need to have a good corner to succeed. Alexander also has an advantage. He can also be part of the Mack Attack.

15. Rams: Paxton Lynch, Quarterback, Memphis

They had probably the worst QB situation. Nick Foles was the intended starter, but CASE KEENUM was the starter by the end. Part of that was horrible receiver play, but the Rams just can't go on like that. Enter Paxton Lynch. He has usable talent, and at one point in time, was being considered the best QB draftee. Seems like a win.

16. Texans: Laquon Treadwell, Wide Receiver, Ole Miss

The first trade of the draft, Texans give up a round 2 for the Lions round 1. The Texans will want a compliment for Brock Osweiler, as it is very obvious that DeAndre Hopkins will be making most of the catches if they don't get another receiver. Treadwell is among the best wide receivers in the last four drafts.

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