NFP Mock draft 2.0

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  1. RS12

    RS12 Well-Known Member

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  2. RS12

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    Has Cooper and Jordan going just infront of us and them passing on Ogletree, Ansah and Hankins. Not feelin it.
  3. Risen Star

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    Glennon at 7. Aboushi at 15. Three QBs in the top 14 picks. Te'o at 20. Moore at 31.

    Russ Lande has taken his Sporting News act over to the National Football Post.
  4. xwalker

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    1. Kansas City Chiefs: Star Lotulelei

    2. Jacksonville Jaguars: Bjoern Werner

    3. Oakland Raiders: Jake Matthews
    Really? I don't see the elite athletic abillity of a top-10 pick.

    4. Philadelphia Eagles: Luke Joeckel
    He holds too much, but I agree that this is about where he gets picked.

    5. Detroit Lions: Dee Milliner
    Need pick.

    6. San Diego Chargers: Taylor Lewan
    Could be as good as Joeckel, IMO.

    7. Buffalo Bills: Mike Glennon
    Nobody knows about QB this far from draft day.

    8. Cleveland Browns: Keenan Allen

    9. Carolina Panthers: Sheldon Richardson
    If his character checks out, then his talent is worthy of this spot.

    10. Tennessee Titans: Chance Warmack
    Doubtful. DeCastro was selected at #24.

    11. Arizona Cardinals: Matt Barkley

    12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Eric Fisher

    13. Miami Dolphins: Jarvis Jones
    Size and medical could push him down.

    14. New York Jets: Geno Smith

    15. New Orleans Saints: Oday Aboushi
    He has more physical talent than the early OT picks, but is not as NFL ready and is a higher risk pick.

    16. St. Louis Rams: Jonathan Cooper
    Great player but #16 is early unless teams project him to Center also.

    17. Pittsburgh Steelers: Dion Jordan
    Agree. Maybe earlier.

    18. Dallas Cowboys: Kenny Vaccaro
    Seems too early based on other available talent.

    19. Chicago Bears: D.J. Fluker
    Way early. Fluker needs to move to OG.

    20. New York Giants: Manti Te’o

    21. Cincinnati Bengals: Tavon Austin
    How many snaps does he play per game?

    22. St. Louis Rams (From Washington): Justin Hunter

    23. Minnesota Vikings: Barrett Jones
    Ready now, but limited physical upside.

    24. Indianapolis Colts: Ezekiel Ansah
    Yes, if not earlier.

    25. Baltimore Ravens: Alec Ogletree
    I think he goes about 10 picks earlier.

    26. Seattle Seahawks: Johnathan Hankins
    This is about where he should go, but he probably get over-drafted.

    27. Green Bay Packers: Lane Johnson
    This seems a little early. He needs some time to develop.

    28. New England Patriots: Johnthan Banks

    29. San Francisco 49ers: Jesse Williams
    A little overrated here.

    30. Denver Broncos: Tyler Eifert

    31. Atlanta Falcons: Damontre Moore
    Really? I could see him falling out of the top-10, but not this far.

    32. Houston Texans: Kevin Minter
  5. cowboysooner

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    The one that is the least realistic to me is the Saints pick. They are picking defense even is Bushrod is gone.
  6. RS12

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    Nope, I'm thinking it is Demontre Moore lasting till #31. If he got to the Cowboys and they didnt pick him, that would be a major downer.
  7. hsfolk

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    I'm a Saints fan, and wouldn't be surprised if they went OT in the 1st. Matthews or Lewan would be the only other one besides Joeckel worth a 1st round pick. I'd rather them go with Manti Te'o or Demontre Moore in the 1st with the draft they have

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