Terrible, simply because DT Shariff Floyd is projected to go as high as #3 and no later than #12 and you don't have him going at all in the 1st round. Also, nobody is taking a RB in the top 20 picks, nobody.
Nope. Geno Smith won't go that high, neither will Cordarrelle Patterson. Mingo won't go before Ansah or Dion Jordan. The Bucs no longer have the 13th pick, Green Bay won't take a TE, and Jonathan Banks is no longer considered a 1st or even 3rd round pick anymore.
yes, but too many d ends in your first few picks, there will be a lot of offensive tackles picked that early and the d ends will go more mid 1st, i think the seahawks are looking at that dt on ucla or the d end on texas, the ravens will only pick teo if he runs a better 40 on pro day in my mind, and i think there will be another qb besides geno selected in round 1, maybe a suprise pick like barkley or something.
Which LSU DE is better Barkevious Mingo or Sam Montgomery?
Before the season, I would say Montgomery but Mingo is playing ridiculously amazing and could be in contention for the number 1 pick that isn't a quarterback this year
not to mention, his name is Barkevious. BARKEVIOUS. There should be a rule that is your name is Barkevious you have to be awesome.
New York Jets first round pick should be a.........?
If they aren't gonna give McElroy a chance next year then they should trade their number one pick and try to get a established Qb... None of the Qbs in the draft out of college will be worth a crap.....
I would say Jets Center Nick Mangold would be one of the meanest NFL O-Linemen along with his teammate D'Brikashaw Ferguson, there were opening all sorts of holes for Shonn Green & Joe McKnight to run through 2 weeks ago against the Colts allowing them to gain 252 yards on the ground, for D-Linemen, the Steelers James Harrison & the Lions Ndumakong Suh probably perceived as being the meanest & dirtiest.
For College O-Lineman, my guess would be Luke Joeckel & Jake Matthews from Texas A&M as well as Taylor Lewan from Michigan & Barrett Jones from Alabama, for D-Lineman, probably Jonathan Hankins from Ohio State, Star Lotulelei from Utah along with Barkevious Mingo & Sam Montgomery from LSU
I dont see the Bucs drafting D-line. They are set there and need help in the secondary. I also dont see the Giants drafting D-line either. For both teams that is their strength and they should be looking to help out in weak areas. Which for both is the secondary.
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As usual, I will only talk about your top 10 because after that, there is a lot of debate on what can happen. I really don't think the Cardinals will take a QB in round 1. Their offensive line is an absolute mess and they need to address that in round 1. I think either them or the Lions, who lost both of their starting tackles, will take Eric Fisher. I think Geno goes to the Bills and the Titans take Chance Warmack at #10.
You're the Giants, who do you select with the 19th pick in the draft?
Bjoern Werner. The Giants defensive philosophy has always been keen on building a strong d-line. With Umenyiora leaving, the G-men need a replacement at DE, especially because Justin Tuck's sack numbers have been dipping over the past 2-years.
I think they take DE Werner, allowing the team to move Justin Tuck to DT.
You're the Rams, who do you select with the 22nd pick in the draft?
Going to have to go with Cooper as well, offensive lineman are at a premium, especially in this draft, and Bradford is too big an investment not to protect him. This is a deep draft for safeties, and you can always find solid RBs in the later rounds, so they'd do well to address the OL with this pick, especially if we assume they use their first pick to grab Austin as a weapon for Bradford.
You're the 49ers, who do you select with the 31st pick in the draft?
They lack depth along the defensive line, so they'll either go NT Kawann Short from Purdue or DE Marcus Hunt from SMU. Since they pick so early in the 2nd round, they'll probably take Short making the assumption that Hunt will still be there a couple of picks later.
You're the Ravens, who do you select with the 32nd pick in the draft?
Cmon man, there were as many people saying Eifert as Short for the 49ers. Short is not a 1st round pick, the 49ers have no need for his skillset, and they would never waste a pick like that after signing Glenn Dorsey in free agency. I know it's a survey of Yahoo! Answers, but that's just beat your head into the wall stupid.
Anyhow, Ravens need a Safety more than anything (well except QB, but even Flacco is better than this year's QB class). Elam is the pick there.
I don't see Milliner, the best CB prospect since Champ Bailey, falling to 19. He's a top 10 pick.
I also don't like Eddie Lacy going to GB in the 1st round. As much help the Packers need in the running game, no RB in this draft is worth taking in the 1st round. Besides, Lacy, like Richardson and Ingram, was successful at Bama because of the behemoth line behind which he ran.
Finally, I can't see Hopkins being a 1st-round pick.
Other than that, solid mock draft.
Even though I think very highly of Cordarrelle Patterson, the Lions aren't taking a WR in the 1st round, unless Matt Millen gets hired as GM sometime between now and the draft.
Also, there's no way in hell Damontre Moore drops out of the top 10. His draft stock is soaring, mainly because he reminds everyone of his former college teammate Von Miller.
New England won't draft another TE in the 1st round. Is this a joke?
Bjoern Werner is a projected top 5 pick and you have him going outside the top 10, and you even call it a "reach"?
Sorry, bud, I give this mock draft an F minus.
You're the Rams, who do you select with the 16th pick in the draft?
I could see them going a number of different ways here. It could be a FS, OL, or WR. I really don't expect them to take Patterson (although I also expect him gone by this pick), but I really think they will take Austin because they already have young talent at the outside receiver positions but need a slot guy with Amendola leaving. Tavon Austin makes a lot of sense for them, but will it be here or will they take a risk and wait until #22?
Personally, I think they take Tavon Austin here, but I think ultimately it will come down to him and Jonathan Cooper and I would not be surprised to see them go either way. If they go Austin, they'll probably take Vaccaro at #22 because Cooper will almost certainly be gone but I could see Austin POTENTIALLY being there at #22 if they go with Cooper at #16.
As of right now the Lions have the 6th overall pick in the 2013 draft. Who do they select?
You think the Lions could get Johnny Adams in the 2nd or 3rd round? He's a quality corner, and definitely better than every CB on the team other than Chris Houston.
The Decepticons- so basically you want to release the entire defense. Okay.
Jones definitely won't be on the board when the Lions draft. I'm hearing he could go as early as #2. Te'o wouldn't be a bad pick for the first round though. Although I feel like taking Te'o there would be a reach.