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    12/1/12 2 round mock

    key things to do when looking and giving feedback on mock:
    1) Say your team or atleast make it obvious what team your talking about.
    2) if you dont see an underclassmen they should have been picked too bad i dont have them declaring.
    3) if you want an explanation ask but i think most picks are self-explainatory.

    Round 1
    1. Kansas City Chiefs (1-10): Geno Smith QB West Virginia
    2. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-9): Jarvis Jones OLB Georgia
    3. Philadelphia Eagles (3-8): Luke Joeckel OT Texas A&M
    4. Oakland Raiders (3-8): Manti Teo ILB Notre Dame
    5. Cleveland Browns (3-8): Dee Milliner CB Alabama
    6. Carolina Panthers (3-8): Star Lotulelei DT Utah
    7. San Diego Chargers (4-7): Damontre Moore OLB Texas A&M
    8. Buffalo Bills (4-7): Matt Barkley QB USC
    9. Tennessee Titans (4-7): Bjoern Werner DE FSU
    10. Detroit Lions (4-7): Sam Montgomery DE LSU
    11. Arizona Cardinals (4-7): Jake Matthews OT Texas A&M
    12. New York Jets (4-7): Taylor Lewen OT Michigan
    13. St. Louis Rams (4-6-1): Johnathan Hankins DT Ohio State
    14. Miami Dolphins (5-6): Barkevious Mingo DE LSU
    15. New Orleans Saints (5-6): Sheldon Richardson DT Missouri
    16. St. Louis Rams from Washington Redskins (5-6): Chance Warmack G Alabama
    17. Dallas Cowboys (5-6): Jesse Williams NG Alabama
    18. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-5): Johnathan Banks CB Mississippi State
    19. Cincinnati Bengals (6-5): CJ Mosley LB Alabama
    20. Minnesota Vikings (6-5): Keenan Allen WR California
    Spots 21-32 in the 2013 NFL Draft order depend on the 2012 NFL Playoffs results.
    21. Seattle Seahawks (6-5): Eric Fisher OT Central Michigan
    22. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-5): Xavier Rhodes CB FSU
    23. Green Bay Packers (7-4): Barrett Jones C Alabama
    24. Indianapolis Colts (7-4): Dion Jordan OLB Oregon
    25. New York Giants (7-4): Johnathan Cooper G UNC
    26. Denver Broncos (8-3): Ezekiel Ansah DE BYU
    27. New England Patriots (8-3): John Jenkins NG Georgia
    28. Chicago Bears (8-3): Lane Johnson OT Oklahoma
    29. San Francisco 49ers (8-2-1): Matt Elam S Florida
    30. Baltimore Ravens (9-2): Alex Okafer OLB/DE Texas
    31. Houston Texans (10-1): Terrance Williams WR Baylor
    32. Atlanta Falcons (10-1): Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame

    Round 2
    1. Kansas City Chiefs (1-10): Deandre Hopkins WR Clemson
    2. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-9): Cordarrelle Patterson WR Tennessee
    3. Philadelphia Eagles (3-8): Tyler Wilson QB Arkansas
    4. Cincinnati Bengals from Oakland Raiders (3-8): Eric Reid FS LSU
    5. Cleveland Browns (3-8): Forfeited
    6. Carolina Panthers (3-8): Tavon Austin WR West Virginia
    7. San Diego Chargers (4-7): Justin Hunter WR Tennessee
    8. Buffalo Bills (4-7): Chase Thomas OLB Stanford
    9. Tennessee Titans (4-7): Dallas Thomas G Tennessee
    10. Detroit Lions (4-7): David Amerson CB NC. State
    11. Arizona Cardinals (4-7): Oday Aboushi OT Virginia
    12. New York Jets (4-7): Ryan Nassib QB Syracuse
    13. St. Louis Rams (4-6-1): DJ Fluker OT Alabama
    14. Miami Dolphins (5-6): Jordan Poyer CB Oregon State
    15. New Orleans Saints (5-6): Forfeited
    16. Washington Redskins (5-6): Sharrif Floyd DE/DT Florida
    17. Dallas Cowboys (5-6): EJ Manual QB FSU
    18. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-5): Zach Ertz TE Stanford
    19. Cincinnati Bengals (6-5): Jackson Jeffcoat DE Texas
    20. Minnesota Vikings (6-5): Kawaan Short DT Purdue
    Spots 21-32 in the 2013 NFL Draft order depend on the 2012 NFL Playoffs results.
    21. Seattle Seahawks (6-5): Robert Woods WR USC
    22. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-5): TJ McDonald FS USC
    23. Green Bay Packers (7-4): Giovanni Bernard RB UNC
    24. Miami Dolphins from Indianapolis Colts (7-4): Khaseem Greene OLB Rutgers
    25. New York Giants (7-4): Anthony Barr OLB UCLA
    26. Denver Broncos (8-3): Eddie Lacy RB Alabama
    27. New England Patriots (8-3): John Simon DE Ohio State
    28. Chicago Bears (8-3): Larry Warford G Kentucky
    29. San Francisco 49ers (8-2-1): Desmond Trufant CB Washington
    30. Baltimore Ravens (9-2): Robert Lester S Alabama
    31. Houston Texans (10-1): Corey Lemoiner OLB Auburn
    32. Atlanta Falcons (10-1): Morgan Breslin DE USC

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    theres no way the dolphins don't go WR with a pick.

    What id like (based on who's available)

    1. Keenan Allen
    2. Giovanni Bernard/Zach Ertz
    2. Desmond Trufant

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiamiBoy77 View Post
    theres no way the dolphins don't go WR with a pick.

    What id like (based on who's available)

    1. Keenan Allen
    2. Giovanni Bernard/Zach Ertz
    2. Desmond Trufant
    1) i really dont see Allen being Better than Hartline for you guys plus no one other than Wake can rush the qb. mingos higher on my Big Board than Allen.
    2) i dont see RB unless Reggie Bush leaves and ertz is decent but hes not as good as fasano and poyer is better than ertz on my board.
    3) i could see the point if you havent gone cb yet.

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    I like it...we can always use more weapons on offense. I'd rather go OL or CB though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WolvesJagsOs View Post
    I like it...we can always use more weapons on offense. I'd rather go OL or CB though.
    wanted to do something a lil different and although patterson has some hands issues hes a very good playmaker. i didnt see an offensive linemen that would fit wat we need other than fluker and poyers good value and i dont want amerson.

    ultimately my choice was between: Patterson, Floyd, Poyer, jeffcoat. i thought patterson would give us a Good returner and Playmaker at wr. almost wanted to go austin but i think hes more dante hall than any other comparison for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDjacksonville View Post
    wanted to do something a lil different and although patterson has some hands issues hes a very good playmaker. i didnt see an offensive linemen that would fit wat we need other than fluker and poyers good value and i dont want amerson.

    ultimately my choice was between: Patterson, Floyd, Poyer, jeffcoat. i thought patterson would give us a Good returner and Playmaker at wr. almost wanted to go austin but i think hes more dante hall than any other comparison for him.
    I see...I don't know, it's definitely not a bad pickup. A Shorts/Blackmon/Patterson WR trio would be pretty awesome, I just want to see better offensive line play. Everywhere besides LT could realistically be upgrades, although I really like Uche and Brew has a solid future. Bradfield could maybe even be the answer inside.

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    I'd like to see the 49ers address the defensive line sometime in the first two rounds (or even use both on the defensive line). Since you don't have some of the underclassmen on there yet, it seems like the value isn't there at that position for SF in your mock. With both NTs (Sopoaga and RFJ) as free agents at the end of this year, NT is a huge priority for the team. Also, Justin Smith isn't getting any younger, so this may be the time to get his heir apparent. I'm hoping that SF will get one of these NTs in the first: John Jenkins, Louis Nix, or Sylvester Williams; then get one of these DE/DTs in the second round: Sharrif Floyd or Margus Hunt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers211221 View Post
    I'd like to see the 49ers address the defensive line sometime in the first two rounds (or even use both on the defensive line). Since you don't have some of the underclassmen on there yet, it seems like the value isn't there at that position for SF in your mock. With both NTs (Sopoaga and RFJ) as free agents at the end of this year, NT is a huge priority for the team. Also, Justin Smith isn't getting any younger, so this may be the time to get his heir apparent. I'm hoping that SF will get one of these NTs in the first: John Jenkins, Louis Nix, or Sylvester Williams; then get one of these DE/DTs in the second round: Sharrif Floyd or Margus Hunt.
    lol hunt isnt worth a 2nd and hes a senior. hunt would be extremely lucky to go 3rd round only because of his measurables but the tape says he needs ALOT of work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDjacksonville View Post
    lol hunt isnt worth a 2nd and hes a senior. hunt would be extremely lucky to go 3rd round only because of his measurables but the tape says he needs ALOT of work.
    SF has the luxury and drafting position to take a flyer or two on players they can develop. We have one of the top DL coaches in the league and the players to help develop as well. Look at what Justin Smith has done with building Aldon Smith, I can't imagine what he'd do with someone who would be his eventual successor when he retires.


    Brandon Coleman Watch
    WR Rutgers University 6'6" 220 lbs
    2011: Rec: 17 Yards: 552 Avg: 32.5 TD: 6
    2012: Rec: 43 Yards: 718 Avg: 16.7 TD: 10
    2013: Rec: 28 Yards: 403 Avg: 14.4 TD: 3
    Plays with one of the worst QBs in college football...SMH

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedandGold_35 View Post
    SF has the luxury and drafting position to take a flyer or two on players they can develop. We have one of the top DL coaches in the league and the players to help develop as well. Look at what Justin Smith has done with building Aldon Smith, I can't imagine what he'd do with someone who would be his eventual successor when he retires.
    still doesnt change the fact that hed still be a reach. and still doesnt change my opinion of him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDjacksonville View Post
    still doesnt change the fact that hed still be a reach. and still doesnt change my opinion of him.
    Didn't argue that it would be a reach, but so was AJ Jenkins when we took him as well. Baalke is not afraid to draft someone a half a round early if its someone they like and someone they can groom which would be the case here as well.


    Brandon Coleman Watch
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    2011: Rec: 17 Yards: 552 Avg: 32.5 TD: 6
    2012: Rec: 43 Yards: 718 Avg: 16.7 TD: 10
    2013: Rec: 28 Yards: 403 Avg: 14.4 TD: 3
    Plays with one of the worst QBs in college football...SMH

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    I like Banks for the Bucs, a lot of us are hoping they go corner in the 1st as long as its not a huge reach. Im not sure if Banks is better than Rhodes but either way Id be happy.

    The 2nd round couldnt be more different. I told BCB the same thing Im gonna tell you. NO WAY IN HELL we take Zach Ertz or any other TE in the 2nd round. I personally dont think he belongs in the second round at all. If we go after a TE it will be later in the draft and probably a better blocker like Williams out of Bama in lets say the 4th.

    Priorities
    1st CB
    2nd CB/S/OLB...poss. DLine or OLine but I highly doubt it cuz we need depth not starters

    better 2nd round picks you have on the board still would be
    T.J. McDonald
    Khaseem Greene
    Desmond Trufant
    They fit way better with what we need and prob. do then an iffy guy like Ertiz

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    FYI I have seen some of your mocks before in regards to us, you might wanna try and get a better read on us. Tyler Bray in the 2nd I believe you had at one point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwallstreet View Post
    FYI I have seen some of your mocks before in regards to us, you might wanna try and get a better read on us. Tyler Bray in the 2nd I believe you had at one point.
    because Josh Freemen is a Bad qb and other than his one good year hes been average at best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDjacksonville View Post
    because Josh Freemen is a Bad qb and other than his one good year hes been average at best.
    Thats a joke...best starting QB in the state of Florida

    Hes a season away from breaking every Franchise passing record that matters.

    go respond to my other post where I actually broke down what was wrong in this draft

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