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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by The Hammer, Jan 24, 2013.
Moore and Werner. I like Mingo too just not sure if he's top 10 worthy.
I love Jenkins but I question his motor and to be honest his last couple of games weren't very impressive, I don't even remember him making a play against Bama.
I would definitely go Star and Warford but...
1. Doubt Star will be there
2. Warford will be the 2nd G off the board so he could go late 1st by April
Warmack and Jenkins seems more realistic imo but would love that 2nd option
I know this has been said a lot here but our best option is to trade back if Star is off the board. I know Dee Milliner and other top rated prospects will be sought after by a lot of teams and if we go back to 15-20 we could pick up another 3rd and get Warmack. My best case scenario looks like this.
1. Chance Warmack G
2. Eric Reid S
3. Wreh-Wilson CB
3. Tank Carradine DE
That would be awesome and would fill a lot of holes. Then add a couple free agents and we could compete a lot sooner than a lot of people on here think.
This is interesting at the second QB off the board:
8QBMike GlennonN.C. StateSr.6-6220 This pick doesn't reflect where Glennon's stock stands today, but where I think it's headed. Granted, Buffalo's need at quarterback is driving this projection of Glennon cracking the top 10. If the Bills don't find him intriguing, he very well may not make the first round. New Bills head coach Doug Marrone probably loves his collegiate QB, Syracuse's Ryan Nassib, but he's more likely to earn a second-to-mid-round grade. Just got a hunch that Glennon's size and arm strength will grow on NFL personnel men as the draft approaches.
Read More: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/nfl/news/20130124/2013-nfl-mock-draft-1/#ixzz2J08NJmEq
And will be interesting to see where this one goes:
31LBManti Te'oNotre DameSr.6-2255 (Dependent on outcome of Super Bowl). Not sure where the draft stock of Te'o will settle after the well-chronicled tale of his hoax of a dying internet girlfriend becomes yesterday's news, but NFL executives I talked to last week were taking a wait-and-see approach. Te'o is a tackling machine and he finds the football in the takeaway department, too, but him getting run over in embarrassing fashion against Alabama had to give some teams pause about his overall game. At the bottom of the first round, however, Ozzie Newsome and Co. might consider him a steal of a replacement for the retired Ray Lewis
Read More: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/nfl/news/20130124/2013-nfl-mock-draft-1/#ixzz2J095Oskw
that site has a really good break down of all positions for the draft. I placed DT and OL as our number 1 need.
I'd say Safety & DE is our next big need.
After that more OL and CB
Then maybe some love at RB/TE/WR?
Thanks for the link! Used to go to http://draftcountdown.com but his coverage has gone downhill recently.
As for your position needs. I do agree. And RB is something we need to consider. OUr depth there is very poor. I think part of CJs problems are that he is relied on too much. Need a power back to mix it up.
Here's what im hoping for:
1: KC - Geno (Could go Joeckel, needs a QB)
2: JAX - Bjoern (Needs a pass rush, bad)
3: OAK - Mingo (See JAX, Jarvis is 2nd option/health may scare them tho)
4: PHI - Joeckel (Could be Geno, if Joeckel goes #1)
5: DET - Milliner (CB is a huge need, Moore is possible)
6: CLE - Moore (See JAX)
7: ARZ - Eric Fisher (Terrible OL, wouldn't be surprised if a QB is taken)
8: BUF - Reach on a QB (Wilson, Barkley, Glennon, Nassib)
9: NYJ - Jarvis (Takes a risk on a dynamic pass rusher for Rex, which they need)
10: TEN - STAR!!!
With number 8. I could see them rease for Nassib given who their coach is. Though, they may wait until the second.
Man I hope you are right. Now.. Imagine if Te'o falls to the second round... Do you take him? Or go warford?