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Old 01-30-2013, 08:46 AM  
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ONE ROUND MOCK DRAFT

1. Kansas City Chiefs - OT Luke Joekel, Texas A&M

With Brandon Albert likely walking and no franchise QB in this crop, Joekel becomes Andy Reid's first pick.


Alternate picks: DE Demontre Moore, DE Bjoern Werner, OT Eric Fisher, whatever QB gets hot between now and April.

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2. Jacksonville Jaguars - DE Demontre Moore, Texas A&M

The nation's sack leader as a junior, Moore is in the running for best in this class.

Alternate picks: DE Bjoern Werner, DT Star Lotulelei, CB Dee Milliner.

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3. Oakland Raiders - DE Bjoern Werner, Florida State

Werner could solidify top 5 status with a blazing combine workout and is believed to be a safe pick.

Alternate picks: DT Star Lotulelei, CB Dee Milliner, S Kenny Vaccaro.

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4. Philadelphia Eagles - DT Star Lotulelei, Utah

Eagles are rumored to shift to the 3-4 defense and Star can be an anchor inside.

Alternate picks: CB Dee Milliner, S Kenny Vaccaro, OT Eric Fisher.

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5. Detroit Lions - CB Dee Milliner, Alabama

Milliner is a man to man specialist and the Lions need more talent in the seconary.

Alternate picks: DE Barkevious Mingo, S Kenny Vaccaro, LB Jarvis Jones.

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6. Cleveland Browns - S Kenny Vaccaro, Texas

Vaccaro is slated to fly up draft boards as the process continues.

Alternate picks: LB Jarvis Jones, DE Barkevious Mingo, WR Keenan Allen.

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7. Arizona Cardinals - OT Eric Fisher, Central Michigan

Fisher displayed lock down pass protection skills at the Senior Bowl, the Cards OL is in shambles.

Alternate picks: LB Jarvis Jones, OT D.J. Fluker, DE Barkevious Mingo.

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8. Buffalo Bills - LB Jarvis Jones, Georgia

Bills aren't getting impact plays from their linebackers, Jones could go higher or lower, pending medical exams.

Alternate picks: whatever QB gets hot between now and April, WR Keenan Allen, DE Barkevious Mingo.

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9. New York Jets - WR Keenan Allen, California

Allen is reportedly perfect for the west coast offense, which the new Jets OC will be installing.

Alternate picks: DE/OLB Barkevious Mingo, DE/OLB Dion Jordan, WR Cordarelle Patterson.

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10. Tennessee Titans - DE Barkevious Mingo, LSU

Mingo is likely to be a workout warrior this spring, and could make an instant impact on 3rd downs.

Alternate picks: DE Dion Jordan, OG Chance Warmack, CB Xavier Rhodes.

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11. San Diego Chargers - OT D.J. Fluker, Alabama

Measuring a legit 6'5" and 350, Fluker has a giant's wingspan and reminds scouts of former Charger Marcus McNeil.

Alternate picks: OT Lane Johnson, WR Cordarelle Patterson, DE/OLB Dion Jordan.


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12. Miami Dolphins - WR Cordarelle Patterson, Tennessee

Patterson can capture the imagination of decision makers with a fast time in workouts.

Alternate picks: OT Lane Johnson (If Jake Long walks), DE/OLB Dion Jordan, CB Xavier Rhodes.


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13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - DE Dion Jordan, Oregon

This converted tight end will likely put up ridiculous times in workouts, could bulk up to end easily.

Alternate picks: DE Sam Montgomery, CB Xavier Rhodes, DT Sharif Floyd.

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14. Carolina Panthers - DE Sam Montgomery, LSU

Productive SEC pass rusher would be a welcome addition to the Panthers' front seven.

Alternate picks: DT John Jenkins, DT Johnathan Hankins, CB Desmond Trufant.

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15. New Orleans Saints - LB Alex Ogletree, Georgia

Saints can really use a play-maker like Ogletree to solidify the interior of their front seven.

Alternate picks: DT Sharif Floyd, DT Sheldon Richardson, CB Desmond Trufant.

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16. St. Louis Rams - WR Justin Hunter, Tennessee

Danny Amendola never seems to be healthy and the Rams need more weapons for Sam Bradford.

Alternate picks: G Chance Warmack, OT Lane Johnson, RB Eddie Lacy.

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17. Pittsburgh Steelers - CB Desmond Trufant, Washington

Quick, fast, smart and great bloodlines, Trufant is a plug-and-play prospect at cornerback.

Alternate picks: CB Xavier Rhodes, G Chance Warmack, RB Eddie Lacy.

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18. Dallas Cowboys - DT Sharif Floyd, Florida

Cowboys defense hasn't made enough big plays, Floyd is a penetrating force on the inside.

Alternate picks: G Chance Warmack, DT Sheldon Richarson, DT Kawann Short.

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19. New York Giants - CB Xavier Rhodes, Florida State

Corey Webster might be released for salary reasons and Rhodes could leap up draft boards with a fast time in workouts.

Alternate picks: OT Lane Johnson, CB Johnthan Banks, RB Eddie Lacy.

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20. Chicago Bears - G Chance Warmack, Alabama

Warmack is an outstanding guard prospect but historically these players don't get picked early.

Alternate picks: OT Lane Johnson, TE Zach Ertz, DT Sheldon Richardon.

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21. Cincinnati Bengals - RB Eddie Lacy, Alabama

Lacy trucked over the competition in the BCS Championship game and would be a great tandem with Green-Ellis.

Alternate picks: DE Ezekial Ansah, LB Manti Te'o, S Eric Reid.

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22. St. Louis Rams (VIA WAS) - OT Lane Johnson, Oklahoma

Johnson was solid at the Senior Bowl and this former ju-co QB is likely to run a fast time in workouts.

DT Sheldon Richardson, G Jon Cooper, TE Zach Ertz.

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23. Minnesota Vikings - CB Johnthan Banks, Mississippi State

Banks is a productive ballhawk who can start quickly for the Vikings.

Alternate picks: DE Ezekial Ansah, DT Sheldon Richardson, DT Kawann Short.

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24. Indianapolis Colts - DT Sheldon Richardson, Missouri

Colts had real issues stopping the run this season and need to toughen up the center of their D.

Alternate picks: DT John Jenkins, DT Johnathan Hankins, DT Kawann Short.

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25. Seattle Seahawks - TE Zach Ertz, Stanford

Providing a talented tight end could be an added dimension for the Seahawks offense.

Alternate picks: TE Tyler Eifert, G Jon Cooper, DT Kawann Short.

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26. Green Bay Packers - G Jon Cooper, North Carolina

Packers have uncertainty on the inside of their offensive line, with Jeff Saturday retiring.

Alternate picks: C Barrett Jones, RB Giovanni Bernard, S Eric Reid.

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27. Houston Texans - DT Kawann Short, Purdue

Texans could lose Shaun Cody to free agency and might be looking to restock at the tackle position.

Alternate picks: S Eric Reid, DT John Jenkins, DT Johnathan Hankins.

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28. Denver Broncos - S Eric Reid, LSU

Reid is a centerfielder and the Broncos clearly could use one in the back of their defense.

Alternate picks: CB Melvin White (move Champ Bailey to S), C Barrett Jones, DT John Jenkins.

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29. New England Patriots - WR Deandre Hopkins, Clemson

The Patriots could lose Wes Welker and several other WR to free agency, Hopkins is explosive.

Alternate picks: DT John Jenkins, DT Johnathan Hankins, LB Kevin Minter.

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30. Atlanta Falcons - TE Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame

With the retirement of Tony Gonzalez, the Falcons could target a replacement early in the draft.

Alternate picks: DE Ezekial Ansah, DE Datone Jones, RB Giovanni Bernard.

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*31. San Francisco 49ers - DE Ezekial Ansah, BYU

Raw but impressive pass rusher from Ghana could go higher in the round, depending on workouts.

Alternate picks: DT John Jenkins, DT Johnathan Hankins (if lose Sapoaga to free agency), DE Datone Jones.

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*32. Baltimore Ravens - WR Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech

Assuming that Anquan Boldin hangs it up, the Ravens need another target for Joe Flacco.

Alternate picks: WR Terrence Williams, ILB Kevin Minter, DE/OLB Corey Lemonier.

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* = The order of these draft picks will be determined by the outcome of the Super Bowl.

DD.comment: A note about the quarterbacks. This mock doesn't project trade but the likely point where quarterbacks will be taken in round 1 this year is in the upper 20's range, via a trade back into the round from one of the teams picking in the top 10. Candidates for the first QB taken are:

QB Geno Smith, West Virginia

QB Matt Barkley, USC

QB Mike Glennon, NC State

QB Ryan Nassib, Syracuse

QB Tyler Wilson, Oklahoma
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:58 AM   #2
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With Brandon Albert likely walking and no franchise QB in this crop, Joekel becomes Andy Reid's first pick.
Can someone please explain to me why we would let Albert walk? And where do I sign up to get paid to spout worthless BS like this?
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:58 AM   #3
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They honestly think that no QBs will be taken until the END of round 1?
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:27 AM   #4
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[b][size="5"]ONE ROUND MOCK DRAFT

QB Tyler Wilson, Oklahoma

Might have to change my attitude towards Wilson, he looked a lot like Landry Jones.
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Old 01-30-2013, 12:09 PM   #5
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I think it is ridiculously unlikely, but I'd JIMP if we can take someone at #1 and then trade back into the first at 20-something and still get Geno.
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Old 01-30-2013, 12:22 PM   #7
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1. Kansas City Chiefs - OT Luke Joekel, Texas A&M
I stopped reading right here.

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Old 01-30-2013, 12:26 PM   #8
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This is the worst one yet. He lists like five alternates for each team then gives an alternate scenario at the end. Basically he his saying he has no idea and that there is a strong possibility each team is going to take someone.
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Old 01-30-2013, 12:35 PM   #9
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Not a single QB in the first round. There will be at least 3 and maybe 4 in the first 10 picks. Andrew Luck hype machine has made everyone ****ing stupid this year.
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I would like a QB with the first but why has no one mocked a CB with the first?
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I would like a QB with the first but why has no one mocked a CB with the first?
Because corners never go first overall.
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I would like a QB with the first but why has no one mocked a CB with the first?
According to this, the only DB ever taken #1 was Gary Glick in 1956 and he played safety.
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2 G's and 2 TE's in the 1st round and only 1 qb in the 1st?
With Brandon Albert likely walking
Guess this means he doesn't listen to 610.
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