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    4 round mock 11-17

    Round 1
    1. Kansas City Chiefs (1-8): Geno Smith QB West Virginia
    2. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-8): Jarvis Jones OLB/DE Georgia
    3. Cleveland Browns (2-7): Dee Milliner CB Alabama
    4. Carolina Panthers (2-7): Luke Joeckel OT Texas A&M
    5. Buffalo Bills (3-6): Matt Barkley QB USC
    6. Oakland Raiders (3-6): Manti Te’o ILB Notre Dame
    7. Saint Louis Rams from Washington Redskins (3-6): Star Lotulelei DT Utah
    8. Philadelphia Eagles (3-6): Johnathan Hankins DT Ohio State
    9. New York Jets (3-6): Tyler Wilson QB Arkansas
    10. St. Louis Rams (3-5-1):Taylor Lewen OT Michigan
    11. Tennessee Titans (4-6): Damontre Moore DE Texas A&M
    12. San Diego Chargers (4-5): Sam Montgomery OLB/DE LSU
    13. Cincinnati Bengals (4-5): Johnathan Banks CB Mississippi State
    14. Miami Dolphins (4-5): Justin Hunter WR Tennessee
    15. New Orleans Saints (4-5): Bjoern Werner DE FSU
    16. Detroit Lions (4-5): Alec Ogeltree LB Georgia
    17. Arizona Cardinals (4-5): Chance Warmack G Alabama
    18. Dallas Cowboys (4-5): Barkevious Mingo OLB LSU
    19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-4): Jake Matthews OT Texas A&M
    20. Minnesota Vikings (6-4): John Jenkins DT Georgia
    Spots 21-32 in the 2013 NFL Draft order depend on the 2012 NFL Playoffs results.
    21. Seattle Seahawks (6-4): Eric Foster OT Central Michigan
    22. New York Giants (6-4): Barrett Jones G/C Alabama
    23. Indianapolis Colts (6-3): Dion Jordan OLB/DE Oregon
    24. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3): Jesse Williams NG Alabama
    25. Denver Broncos (6-3): CJ Mosley LB Alabama
    26. Green Bay Packers (6-3): Sheldon Richardson DT/DE Missouri
    27. New England Patriots (6-3): Alex Okafer DE/OLB Texas
    28. San Francisco 49ers (6-2-1): Matt Elam SS Florida
    29. Baltimore Ravens (7-2): Keenan Allen WR California
    30. Chicago Bears (7-2): Brennan Williams OT UNC
    31. Houston Texans (8-1): Sharrif Floyd DT Florida
    32. Atlanta Falcons (8-1): Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame
    Round 2
    1. Kansas City Chiefs (1-8): Eric Reid FS LSU
    2. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-8): Xavier Rhodes CB FSU
    3. Cleveland Browns (2-7): Forfeited
    4. Carolina Panthers (2-7): Kawaan Short DT Purdue
    5. Buffalo Bills (3-6): Deandre Hopkins WR Clemson
    6. Cincinnati Bengals from Oakland Raiders (3-6): Jackson Jeffcoat DE Texas
    7. Washington Redskins (3-6): Chase Thomas LB Stanford
    8. Philadelphia Eagles (3-6): Johnathan Cooper G UNC
    9. New York Jets (3-6): Robert Woods WR USC
    10. St. Louis Rams (3-5-1): Tavon Austin WR West Virginia
    11. Tennessee Titans (4-6): Dallas Thomas G Tennessee
    12. San Diego Chargers (4-5): Cordarrelle Patterson WR Tennessee
    13. Cincinnati Bengals (4-5): David Amerson DB UNC
    14. Miami Dolphins (4-5): Jordan Poyer CB Oregon State
    15. New Orleans Saints (4-5): Forfeited
    16. Detroit Lions (4-5): Cornellius Carradine DE FSU
    17. Arizona Cardinals (4-5):Oday Aboushi OT Virginia
    18. Dallas Cowboys (4-5): Tyler Bray QB Tennessee
    19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-4): Desmond Trufant CB Washington
    20. Minnesota Vikings (6-4):Terrance Williams WR Baylor
    Spots 21-32 in the 2013 NFL Draft order depend on the 2012 NFL Playoffs results.
    21. Seattle Seahawks (6-4): Arthur Brown LB Kansas State
    22. New York Giants (6-4): DJ Fluker OT Alabama
    23. Miami Dolphins from Indianapolis Colts (6-3): Ezekiel Ansah DE BYU
    24. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3): TJ McDonald FS USC
    25. Denver Broncos (6-3): Eddie Lacy RB Alabama
    26. Green Bay Packers (6-3): Giovani Bernard RB UNC
    27. New England Patriots (6-3): Larry Warford G Kentucky
    28. San Francisco 49ers (6-2-1): Corey Lemonier OLB/DE Auburn
    29. Baltimore Ravens (7-2): Zach Ertz TE Stanford
    30. Chicago Bears (7-2): Kevin Minter LB LSU
    31. Houston Texans (8-1): Robert Lester S Alabama
    32. Atlanta Falcons (8-1): Andre Ellington
    Round 3
    1. Kansas City Chiefs (1-8): Nickell Robey CB USC
    2. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-8): Jordan Reed TE Florida
    3. Cleveland Browns (2-7): John Simon DE Ohio State
    4. San Fransisco 49ers from Carolina Panthers (2-7): Logan Ryan CB Rutgers
    5. Buffalo Bills (3-6): Khaseem Greene OLB Rutgers
    6. Oakland Raiders (3-6): EJ Manual QB FSU
    7. Washington Redskins (3-6): Michael Mauti ILB Penn State
    8. Philadelphia Eagles (3-6): Aaron Murray QB Georgia
    9. New York Jets (3-6): Tony Jefferson FS Oklahoma
    10. St. Louis Rams (3-5-1): Andre Ellington RB Clemson
    11. Tennessee Titans (4-6): Kenny Vaccaro FS Texas
    12. San Diego Chargers (4-5): Quinton Patton WR Louisiana Tech
    13. Cincinnati Bengals (4-5): Da’Rick Rogers WR Tennessee Tech
    14. Miami Dolphins (4-5): Nico Johnson LB Alabama
    15. New Orleans Saints (4-5): Lane Johnson OT Oklahoma
    16. Detroit Lions (4-5): Bennett Jackson CB Notre Dame
    17. Arizona Cardinals (4-5): Zack Dysert QB Miami(OH)
    18. Dallas Cowboys (4-5): Sylvester Willaims DT UNC
    19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-4): William Gholston DE Michigan State
    20. Minnesota Vikings (6-4): Khaled Holmes C/G USC
    Spots 21-32 in the 2013 NFL Draft order depend on the 2012 NFL Playoffs results.
    21. Seattle Seahawks (6-4): Kenny Stills WR Oklahoma
    22. New York Giants (6-4): Datone Joness DE UCLA
    23. Indianapolis Colts (6-3): Joseph Randle RB Oklahoma State
    24. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3): Sean Porter OLB Texas A&M
    25. Denver Broncos (6-3): Everett Dawkins DT FSU
    26. Green Bay Packers (6-3): Landry Jones QB Oklahoma
    27. New England Patriots (6-3): Baccari Rambo S Georgia
    28. San Francisco 49ers (6-2-1): Terry Hawthorne CB Illinois
    29. Baltimore Ravens (7-2): James Gayle DE/OLB Virginia Tech
    30. Miami Dolphins from Chicago Bears (7-2): Gabe Jackson G Missippi State
    31. Houston Texans (8-1): Johnathan Bostic ILB Florida
    32. Atlanta Falcons (8-1): Mike Gillislee RB Florida
    Round 4
    1. Kansas City Chiefs (1-8): Jelani Jenkins LB Florida
    2. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-8): Trey Millard H-back Oklahoma
    3. Cleveland Browns (2-7): Mike Glennon QB NC. State
    4. Carolina Panthers (2-7): Ryan Swope WR Texas A&M
    5. Buffalo Bills (3-6): Jordan Hill DT Penn State
    6. Oakland Raiders (3-6): Gerald Hodges LB/S Penn State
    7. Washington Redskins (3-6): Justin Pugh OT Syracuse
    8. Philadelphia Eagles (3-6):Quanterus Smith DE Western Kentucky
    9. New York Jets (3-6): Stepfan Taylor RB Stanford
    10. St. Louis Rams (3-5-1): Ryan Nassib QB Syracuse
    11. Tennessee Titans (4-6): Montee Ball RB Wisconsin
    12. San Diego Chargers (4-5): Ricky Wagner OT Wisconsin
    13. Cincinnati Bengals (4-5): Trevardo Williams OLB Connecticut
    14. Miami Dolphins (4-5): Leon McFadden CB San Diego State
    15. New Orleans Saints (4-5): Aaron Dobson WR Marshall
    16. Minnesota Vikings from Detroit Lions (4-5): Jamar Taylor CB Boise State
    17. Arizona Cardinals (4-5): Dominque Easley DT Florida
    18. Dallas Cowboys (4-5): Cobi Hamilton WR Arkansas
    19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-4): Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB Connecticut
    20. Minnesota Vikings (6-4): Zeke Motta S Notre Dame
    Spots 21-32 in the 2013 NFL Draft order depend on the 2012 NFL Playoffs results.
    21. Seattle Seahawks (6-4): Ray Graham RB Pittsburgh
    22. New York Giants (6-4): Dion Sims TE Michigan State
    23. Indianapolis Colts (6-3): Jaime Collins OLB/DE Southern Mississippi
    24. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3): Alvin Bailey G Arkansas
    25. Denver Broncos (6-3): Mario Benavides C Louisville
    26. Green Bay Packers (6-3): Margus Hunt DE/DT/OLB SMU
    27. Tampa Bay Bucaneers from New England Patriots (6-3):Omoregie Uzzi G Georgia Tech
    28. San Francisco 49ers (6-2-1): Akeen Spence DT Illinois
    29. Baltimore Ravens (7-2): Johnathan brown LB Illinois
    30. Chicago Bears (7-2): Kenjon Barner RB Oregon
    31. Houston Texans (8-1): Shayne Skov LB Stanford
    32. Atlanta Falcons (8-1): Shawn Williams S Georgia


    dont see an underclassmen assume hes not declaring. also helps to say wat team you are.

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    Seahawks drafting a RB? Don't think so.
    Quote Originally Posted by ATL#22 View Post
    Lynch gets stronger as the season progresses and he makes love with the lights on. Lynch has been involved in 4 three ways.

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    nice draft for the jags.....with the way harris has played as a rookie, why not get xavier rhodes as well......and jones just seems to be the obvious pick for us at this point

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    A lot of things wrong with the Packers draft and it goes beyond drafting a QB in round 3.

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    I like Miami's draft.

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    I understand the Keenan Allen pick for Baltimore in Round 1, but a TE in Round 2 makes no sense.

    Pitta/Dickson are our TE's and they do a damn good job. Dickson has been disappointing this year, but he's still no slouch.

    A lot of players make more sense than Ertz does.

    Minter, Vacarro, Lester, Mauti, Holmes, Porter, Rambo.

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    I love what you have for Pittsburgh but I don't know if it's possible. If McDonald fell that low to the second round or Sean Porter to the bottom of the third I'd be freaking out. And although Willie Colon has been very good at left guard minus penalty issues, he's the only one over the age of 24 and drafted within the past three years. Some young depth in Alvin Bailey would be awesome.

    Jesse Williams in the first is definitely something new, haven't seen that in a mock but I like it. Ta'amu is anything but a sure thing, with his off the field issues and the fact that he cleared wavers meaning no one else wanted him probably shows it wouldn't be a bad idea to try someone new in the first round.

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    I prefer Fauria to Reed, and I would want Swope in the 4TH.
    Nothing to see here, move along.

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    Panthers address needs. I'm not exactly thrilled with it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexander_37 View Post
    Seahawks drafting a RB? Don't think so.
    umm u really want to burn out lynch? turbins a good Power/short yardage back but hes not an everydown back like graham is. plus he was bpa

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    Quote Originally Posted by wissportsfan View Post
    A lot of things wrong with the Packers draft and it goes beyond drafting a QB in round 3.
    the qb is very good value in the 3rd round and Last time i checked and heard was the Packers are BPA.

    im willing to say more packers fans will like it then hate. Picketts getting old and will need to be replaced and richardson is one of the best DTS in college football and hes a good pass rusher.
    Last i heard Benson is still a scrub and starks isnt a great RB. Bernard is a good back in the mold of Lesean mcCoy.
    sure i could understand the hate of the landry jones pick but you gotta have a Good backup QB just in case rogers gets hurt.
    im sure some people will like the hunt pick and some wont but at his size and athletic abilities you will find a spot for somewhere. could even move to TE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PocketKings View Post
    I understand the Keenan Allen pick for Baltimore in Round 1, but a TE in Round 2 makes no sense.

    Pitta/Dickson are our TE's and they do a damn good job. Dickson has been disappointing this year, but he's still no slouch.

    A lot of players make more sense than Ertz does.

    Minter, Vacarro, Lester, Mauti, Holmes, Porter, Rambo.
    ertz is better than both of those tes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ring91013144043 View Post
    I love what you have for Pittsburgh but I don't know if it's possible. If McDonald fell that low to the second round or Sean Porter to the bottom of the third I'd be freaking out. And although Willie Colon has been very good at left guard minus penalty issues, he's the only one over the age of 24 and drafted within the past three years. Some young depth in Alvin Bailey would be awesome.

    Jesse Williams in the first is definitely something new, haven't seen that in a mock but I like it. Ta'amu is anything but a sure thing, with his off the field issues and the fact that he cleared wavers meaning no one else wanted him probably shows it wouldn't be a bad idea to try someone new in the first round.
    ya sometimes players fall cuz teams decide to go other directions it all seems possible that they could all fall. glad i brought something new. Ta'amu is hardly a sure thing and jesse williams is day 1 ready and could even replace hampton day 1. ta'amu imo is more set to be a 3-4 end than a true NG like Williams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDjacksonville View Post
    ertz is better than both of those tes.
    It makes absolutely no sense though.
    TE isn't a need at all.
    Even if you can make an argument that he is better, the fact that both have assimilated into our offense, been pretty effective & productive, makes Ertz as a 2nd round pick almost impossible to defend.

    It's an awful pick.

    There are far bigger needs for the Baltimore team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidR View Post
    I prefer Fauria to Reed, and I would want Swope in the 4TH.
    i think reed would be a better fit for wat we need and we kinda need a move te and reed is a good move te.

    i would take Millard over swope.
    heres why.
    1) Millard can do everything as a RB/FB and could even play some TE.

    2)at 6 foot 2 250 pounds running a 4.6 with great hands and being a solid runner gives the team a nice Backup RB or even starting FB should we decide not to go keep Jones. hes also a good blocker. ive seen him compared to arguebly the best running FB in Modern era that was a Former bucaneer.

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