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    NFL Mock Draft 2.0

    Did two rounds this time. Feel free to pick it apart and let me know what you think. Still no trades, and haven't bothered adding commentaries for my picks. Will defend them if I have to.

    1. Cleveland Browns - Sam Darnold, QB, USC
    2. New York Giants - Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA
    3. New York Jets - Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma
    4. Cleveland Browns - Bradley Chubb, DE, NC State
    5. Denver Broncos - Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State
    6. Indianapolis Colts - Quenton Nelson, G, Notre Dame
    7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State
    8. Chicago Bears - Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Virginia Tech
    9. San Francisco 49ers - Minkah Fitzpatrick, DB, Alabama
    10. Oakland Raiders - Roquan Smith, LB, Georgia
    11. Miami Dolphins - Josh Allen, QB, Wyioming
    12. Buffalo Bills - Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville
    13. Washington Redskins - Derwin James, S, Florida St.
    14. Green Bay Packers - Marcus Davenport, EDGE, UTSA
    15. Arizona Cardinals - Connor Williams, T
    16. Baltimore Ravens - Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU
    17. Los Angeles Chargers - Vita Vea, DT, Washington
    18. Seattle Seahawks - Harold Landry, DE, Boston College
    19. Dallas Cowboys - Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado State
    20. Detroit Lions - Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado
    21. Cincinnati Bengals - James Daniels, C, Iowa
    22. Buffalo Bills - Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama
    23. New England Patriots - Kolton Miller, T, UCLA
    24. Carolina Panthers - DJ Moore, WR, Maryland
    25. Tennessee Titans - Josh Sweat, OLB, Florida St.
    26. Atlanta Falcons - Isaiah Wynn, G/T, Georgia
    27. New Orleans Saints - Leighton Vander-Esch, LB, Boise State
    28. Pittsburgh Steelers - Rashaan Evans, LB, Alabama
    29. Jacksonville Jaguars - Hayden Hurst, TE, South Carolina
    30. Minnesota Vikings - Maurice Hurst, DT, Michigan
    31. New England Patriots - Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa
    32. Philadelphia Eagles - Dante Pettis, WR, Washington

    33. Cleveland Browns - Mike McGlinchey, T, Notre Dame
    34. New York Giants - Derrius Guice, RB, LSU
    35. Cleveland Browns - Da'Ron Payne, DT, Alabama
    36. Indianapolis Colts - Harrison Phillips, DT, Stanford
    37. Indianapolis Colts - Orlando Brown, T, Oklahoma
    38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Ronald Jones, RB, USC
    39. Chicago Bears - Braden Smith, G, Auburn
    40. Denver Broncos - Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond
    41. Oakland Raiders - Taven Bryan, DT, Florida
    42. Miami Dolphins - Martinas Rankin, G, Mississippi St
    43. New England Patriots - Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma St
    44. Washington Redskins - Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia
    45. Green Bay Packers - Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn
    46. Cincinnati Bengals - Malik Jefferson, LB, Texas
    47. Arizona Cardinals - DJ Chark, WR, LSU
    48. Los Angeles Chargers - Darius Leonard, LB, South Carolina St
    49. Indianapolis Colts - James Washington, WR, Oklahoma St
    50. Dallas Cowboys - Ronnie Harrison, S, Alabama
    51. Detroit Lions - Arden Key, DE, LSU
    52. Baltimore Ravens - Billy Price, C, Ohio State
    53. Buffalo Bills - Mike Hughes, CB, UCF
    54. Kansas City Chiefs - Jaire Alexander, CB, Louisville
    55. Carolina Panthers - Justin Reid, S, Stanford
    56. Buffalo Bills - Fred Warner, LB, BYU
    57. Tennessee Titans - DaeSean Hamilton, WR, Penn State
    58. Atlanta Falcons - Tim Settle, DT, Virginia Tech
    59. San Francisco 49ers - Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, EDGE, Oklahoma
    60. Pittsburgh Steelers - Sony Michel, RB, Georgia
    61. Jacksonville Jaguars - Deon Cain, WR, Clemson
    62. Minnesota Vikings - Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State
    63. New England Patriots - Sam Hubbard, DE, Ohio State
    64. Cleveland Browns - Jessie Bates, S, Wake Forest

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    I really like this for the Vikings except no OL. Ragnow and Corbett are still on the board here so they could potentially make a trade up for one them in the 3rd round.

    Iím a big Hurst fan and think he would be perfect in Zimmers D at 3T but itíll be really tough to pass on McGlinchey at 30. If the board fell this way I would think they go McGlinchey at 30. Gesicki at 62 would be awesome but I doubt he falls that far. Sam Hubbard would be a good choice at 62 if he falls there too.
    2018 Vikings Draft :
    Round 1: Mike Hughes CB UCF
    Round 2: Brian O'Neill OT Pittsburgh
    Round 4: Jalyn Holmes DE Ohio State
    Round 5: Tyler Conklin TE Central Michigan
    Round 5: Daniel Carlson K Auburn
    Round 6: Colby Gossett G Appalachian State
    Round 6: Ade Aruna DE Tulane
    Round 7: Devante Downs LB California


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    Quote Originally Posted by vikingsfan0845 View Post
    I really like this for the Vikings except no OL. Ragnow and Corbett are still on the board here so they could potentially make a trade up for one them in the 3rd round.

    Iím a big Hurst fan and think he would be perfect in Zimmers D at 3T but itíll be really tough to pass on McGlinchey at 30. If the board fell this way I would think they go McGlinchey at 30. Gesicki at 62 would be awesome but I doubt he falls that far. Sam Hubbard would be a good choice at 62 if he falls there too.
    I was thinking that they could target OL in the mid rounds as well. For me, at least, the value wasn't there in the first nor the second. I see Hurst as a better prospect than McGlinchey, who I'm not very high on, and Gesicki in the second although not the biggest need, felt to me as the right value over the remaining linemen. Was strongly considering Hubbard for that pick too, but in the end I felt like an athletic TE that could split snaps with Rudolph might be a better fit than another DE.

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    For the Raiders Smith and Bryant I like. Fits two big spots of need. No real complaint here.

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    This would be a really, really good draft for the Patriots. Potential impact players at several spots of need. Kolton Miller at our biggest need at OT. Joshua Jackson has impact potential at CB. Mason Rudolph as our developing QB. Then Sam Hubbard would be a steal there at 63.

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    Seeing as BQ has neglected/failed to strengthen the d-line during his tenure in Detroit (outside of A'Shawn Robinson really) I would rather the Lions take Mo Hurst or Payne. I like Oliver but they also have Teez Tabor who they seem to like as the #2 next to Slay. Key in the 2nd is worth the risk in my opinion for a team that still has no pass rush outside of Ziggy.

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    I might take Wynn or Jackson over Moore, but would cry tear of joy over this draft for Carolina regardless. Reid in the second is such a beautiful fit, and tons of great options at #24.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LionsFan..LOL View Post
    Seeing as BQ has neglected/failed to strengthen the d-line during his tenure in Detroit (outside of A'Shawn Robinson really) I would rather the Lions take Mo Hurst or Payne. I like Oliver but they also have Teez Tabor who they seem to like as the #2 next to Slay. Key in the 2nd is worth the risk in my opinion for a team that still has no pass rush outside of Ziggy.
    I honestly am not as high on Payne as most people, but I thought about Hurst as well for the Lions. In the end, I guess I considered Oliver is a pick of better value. He might just be the best overall CB in this class. As for Tabor, I can't say I know where most of his snaps came from, but I always thought he could do pretty great in the slot.

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    Rather have Hubbard than Michel in the second the way that fell.

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    I'm not that big on selecting a WR in the first round for the Eagles unless it's DJ Moore. I'd prefer we trade back to bring in a 2nd/3rd or we take Mike McGlinchey in this scenario. This could allow McGlinchey a year behind Peters and Johnson before the likely departure of Peters.

    Mike Wallace will fill some of the void needed at WR and most of our fan base has high expectations for Mack Hollins as the replacement to Torrey Smith. While we also drafted Shelton Gibson last year who didn't really provide anything, but could in his second or third year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westbrook36 View Post
    I'm not that big on selecting a WR in the first round for the Eagles unless it's DJ Moore. I'd prefer we trade back to bring in a 2nd/3rd or we take Mike McGlinchey in this scenario. This could allow McGlinchey a year behind Peters and Johnson before the likely departure of Peters.

    Mike Wallace will fill some of the void needed at WR and most of our fan base has high expectations for Mack Hollins as the replacement to Torrey Smith. While we also drafted Shelton Gibson last year who didn't really provide anything, but could in his second or third year.
    I'll admit Eagles was one of the toughest to figure out, for me. But I personally don't think they're ones to pass on talent or try to fit a need when it just isn't the case. I'm not high on McGlinchey, as I've said before.

    Also, Wallace is just on a 1-year deal, and he's getting old. He offers them some deep threat element, but likely not for long and not at the level he used to play at, and after experiencing close to the same thing with Smith last year, they should know best that stopgaps don't work all that well. As for Hollins, I know his name, but I'm not too familiar with the type of player that he is. I personally wouldn't think it crazy to assume that Pederson could figure out different ways to use them both effectively, and I don't really see a Jeffery/Wallace/Hollins on the outside with Agholor in the slot being a crowded WR corps at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by homestarunner93 View Post
    I might take Wynn or Jackson over Moore, but would cry tear of joy over this draft for Carolina regardless. Reid in the second is such a beautiful fit, and tons of great options at #24.
    With Moore, I know I've read in a couple of places that the Panthers are high on him, that Turner worked him out at his Pro Day, and that's half of the reason I went with him in the 1st. Plus I think he would fit nicely, and should be a better version of what Ted Ginn was for them in that 2015 offense.

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    Good God is that a bad draft for the Jags. Going by your mock give me Billy Price in the 1st and Gesicki in the 2nd. Would rather Gesicki or Goedert than Hurst if we go TE and no way do we draft Cain in the 2nd. We dont need a WR but if we drafted one in the 2nd it wouldnt be Cain, give me Anthony Miller any day over Cain. If we go TE in the first we go Frank Ragnow in the 2nd, sad you dont even have him in the first 2 rounds.

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    No way does Gesicki fall that far

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    I'm an Eagles fan and I also agree that they need a WR.

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