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    11.7.12 2 round mock

    1) dont complain about the order. it looks about right.
    2) when making comments include your team name cuz sometimes it isnt obvious.
    3) if you dont like a pick explain who would be the better pick.
    4) if you dont see an underclassmen in the mock they dont declare.

    Round 1
    1. Kansas City Chiefs (1-7): Geno Smith QB West Virginia
    2. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-7): Damontre Moore DE Texas A&M
    3. Cleveland Browns (2-7): Sam Montgomery DE LSU
    4. Carolina Panthers (2-6): Star Lotulelei DT Utah
    5. Saint Louis Rams from Washington Redskins (3-6): Luke Joeckel OT Texas A&M
    6. Tennessee Titans (3-6): Barkevious Mingo DE LSU
    7. Cincinnati Bengals (3-5): Jonathan Hankins DT Ohio State
    8. New Orleans Saints (3-5): Jarvis Jones OLB/DE Georgia
    9. Buffalo Bills (3-5): Matt Barkley QB USC
    10. Oakland Raiders (3-5): Manti Te’o ILB Notre Dame
    11. St. Louis Rams (3-5): Chance Warmack G Alabama
    12. New York Jets (3-5): Taylor Lewen OT Michigan
    13. Philadelphia Eagles (3-5): Dee Milliner CB Alabama
    14. Dallas Cowboys (3-5): John Jenkins NG Georgia
    15. Arizona Cardinals (4-5): Eric Fisher OT Central Michigan
    16. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-4): Bjoern Werner DE FSU
    17. San Diego Chargers (4-4): Keenan Allen WR California
    18. Miami Dolphins (4-4): Justin Hunter WR Tennessee
    19. Detroit Lions (4-4): Johnathan Banks CB Mississippi State
    20. Minnesota Vikings (5-4): Xavier Rhodes CB FSU
    Spots 21-32 in the 2013 NFL Draft order depend on the 2012 NFL Playoffs results.
    21. Seattle Seahawks (5-4): Jake Mathews OT Texas A&M
    22. Indianapolis Colts (5-3): Dion Jordan OLB/DE Oregon
    23. Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3): CJ Mosley LB Alabama
    24. Denver Broncos (5-3): Barrett Jones T/G/C Alabama
    25. New England Patriots (5-3): Alex Okafer DE Texas
    26. Green Bay Packers (6-3): Robert Woods WR USC
    27. New York Giants (6-3): Johnathan Cooper G UNC
    28. Baltimore Ravens (6-2): Terrance Williams WR Baylor
    29. San Francisco 49ers (6-2): David Amerson CB/S NC State
    30. Chicago Bears (7-1): Tyler Wilson QB Arkansas
    31. Houston Texans (7-1): Jesse Williams NG Alabama
    32. Atlanta Falcons (8-0): Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame
    Round 2
    1. Kansas City Chiefs (1-7): Sharrif Floyd DE/DT Florida
    2. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-7): Sheldon Richardson DT Missouri
    3. Cleveland Browns (2-7): Forfeited
    4. Carolina Panthers (2-6): Jackson Jeffcoat DE Texas
    5. Washington Redskins (3-6): Kevin Minter ILB LSU
    6. Tennessee Titans (3-6): Eric Reid FS LSU
    7. Cincinnati Bengals (3-5): TJ McDonald FS USC
    8. New Orleans Saints (3-5): Forfeited.
    9. Buffalo Bills (3-5): Kawaan Short DT Purdue
    10. Cincinnati Bengals from Oakland Raiders (3-5): Deandre Hopkins WR Clemson
    11. St. Louis Rams (3-5): Giovanni Bernard RB UNC
    12. New York Jets (3-5): Chase Thomas OLB Stanford
    13. Philadelphia Eagles (3-5): Brennan Williams OT UNC
    14. Dallas Cowboys (3-5): Dallas Thomas T/G Tennessee
    15. Arizona Cardinals (4-5): Tyler Bray QB Tennessee
    16. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-4): Jordan Poyer CB Oregon State
    17. San Diego Chargers (4-4): Corey Lemonier OLB/DE Auburn
    18. Miami Dolphins (4-4): Cornellius Carradine DE FSU
    19. Detroit Lions (4-4): William Gholston DE Michigan State
    20. Minnesota Vikings (5-4): Matt Elam SS Florida
    Spots 21-32 in the 2013 NFL Draft order depend on the 2012 NFL Playoffs results.
    21. Seattle Seahawks (5-4): Cordarelle Patterson WR Tennessee
    22. Miami Dolphins from Indianapolis Colts (5-3): Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma State
    23. Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3): Andre Ellington RB Clemson
    24. Denver Broncos (5-3): Nickell Robey CB USC
    25. New England Patriots (5-3): Tavon Austin WR West Virginia
    26. Green Bay Packers (6-3): Eddie Lacy RB Alabama
    27. New York Giants (6-3): Oday Aboushi OT Virginia
    28. Baltimore Ravens (6-2): Arthur Brown LB Kansas State
    29. San Francisco 49ers (6-2): Robert Lester S Alabama
    30. Chicago Bears (7-1): DJ Fluker OT Alabama
    31. Houston Texans (7-1): Nico Johnson LB Alabama
    32. Atlanta Falcons (8-0): Ezekial Ansash DE BYU
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    Like any QB in the first round...but we've taken 3 d lineman in the first round the last 5 years... We just cut our starting corner and Bowe might walk. Corner, WR, and safety are more likely

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    Saints getting Jarvis Jones at #8? Please and thank you. I'd take that anytime


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    QB in the 1st for the Bears? What?

    I realize that the stats aren't the prettiest for Jay. He's an easy target but he isn't getting replaced. I'm also not a fan of Fluker. He's the same as Carimi; a RT who's run blocking is his strength.

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    Gholston will not come out imo. Matt Elam for us would be a far better pick.

    Delmas-Elam

    and Houston and Banks at corner

    But I like Barrett Jones a lot too...

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    No gripes for Seattle. Not sure how good that tackle is but unless they fall in love with one I think they would go receiver then tackle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jneises21 View Post
    Like any QB in the first round...but we've taken 3 d lineman in the first round the last 5 years... We just cut our starting corner and Bowe might walk. Corner, WR, and safety are more likely
    Dorseys a free agent bro. he hasnt been that productive and seems better fit as an UT in a 4-3. Jacksons a free agent next year. the only player that would possibley be the right value is Reid but i think Floyd is the better player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexander_37 View Post
    No gripes for Seattle. Not sure how good that tackle is but unless they fall in love with one I think they would go receiver then tackle.
    hes bruce Mathews son. hes a great Blocker and has LT feet but plays RT for them because of Joeckel. he and joeckel really kept Mingo and Montgomery at bay during their matchup.

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    Love the first round pick for the Broncos. Can't say I know too much about the guy you've drafted to us in the second though.

    The thought of Te'o going to the Raiders makes me want to vomit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexander_37 View Post
    No gripes for Seattle. Not sure how good that tackle is but unless they fall in love with one I think they would go receiver then tackle.
    Quote Originally Posted by TDjacksonville View Post
    hes bruce Mathews son. hes a great Blocker and has LT feet but plays RT for them because of Joeckel. he and joeckel really kept Mingo and Montgomery at bay during their matchup.
    As a Hawks fan, Matthews is probably the BEST RT in the draft. I would be stoked if he was still available for us. Patterson or Patton would be a great WR pick for us in the 2nd rd.
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    Don't think the Panthers will go DE in the second round. Too many other holes to fill. OT, S, CB, WR are all better options. Maybe even another DT, even though you have them taking Lotulelei. Hardy and Johnson have been good at DE this year (you could even say Hardy is "breaking out"), and Frank Alexander has exceeded expectations as a pass rusher as a 4th round rookie. The Panthers also have a couple of situational pass rushing DEs they like in Thomas Keiser and Antwan Applewhite. No room for another DE, even with a new regime coming in.





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    I'm a 1000000000% sure the Bears will not select a QB in the 1st round. Go with Minter there. Fluker in the 2nd is perfect

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    Bears taking a qb with their first pick might b the dumbest thing they could possibly do other than maybe taking a running back

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    For the Jaguars, I like Moore a lot, but I think Jones is the better prospect and we have to go with him. If we trade down, that's different, if we stay at 2, as of now, i'm taking Jones 10 times out of 10 though.

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    If we could trade down and get another 2nd round pick that might be the right choice. It is still to early to say though. Like I said when we see who we are able to get in free agency we will have a better idea which direction we go in the draft. I like Moore alot though.

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