Pre SR Bowl Mock Trade Down

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  1. LatinMind

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    3rd week mock.

    1 Texans trade with Falcons
    1 Falcons - Jadeveon Clowney DE South Carolina
    2 Rams - Greg Robinson T Auburn
    3 Jaguars - Anthony Barr OLB/DE UCLA
    4 Browns - Johnny Manziel QB Texas A&M
    5 Raiders - Sammy Watkins WR Clemson
    6 Texans - Blake Bortles QB Central Florida
    7 Bucaneers - Jake Mathews T Texas A&M
    8 Vikings - Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville
    9 Bills - Kalil Mack OLB Buffalo
    10 Lions - Marquis Lee WR USE
    11 Titans - Ha Ha Cinton Dix S Alabama
    12 Giants - Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma St
    13 Rams - Mike Evans WR Texas A&M
    14 Bears - Aaron Donald DT Pitt
    15 Steelers - Louis Nix III DT ND
    16 Cowboys - Trade with Cardinals for Cards RD1 and RD3 picks
    16 Cardinals - Derek Carr QB Fresno State
    17 Ravens - Cyrus Kouandjio T Alabama
    18 Jets - Calvin Pryor S Louisville
    19 Dolphins - Stephon Tuitt DE/DT ND
    20 Dallas Kony Ealy DE Missouri 6'5 272lbs
    Gives Dallas a DE that can play either side and Move him inside on 3rd downs they want that extra passrusher on the field. Tall and can play the run just as good as rush the passer.

    Kelcy Quarles DT South Carolina 6'3 298lbs
    Very fast jump off the snap, likes to split blocks inside a trate that marinelli likes his DTs to have. Long arms 9.5 sacks as a sr.

    Marcus Roberson CB Florida 6'0 198lbs
    Big CB with long arms can play man or zone. Clear Dallas needs CBs.

    RD3 (AZ)
    Kareem Martin DE UNC 6'5 265lbs
    Another DE who can just flat out get after the QB. Would be a guy to give Ware a breather on the weakside. Develop and take over.

    Ben Gardner DE/DT Stanford 6'4 278lbs
    One of these players can play inside or out. Waiting to see how his proday goes. Cause if he is back from his injury completely by then his stock will rise fast. Complete beast, 7.5 sacks in 8 games before he tore his pectoral.

    Brandon Linder G Miami 6'6 319lbs
    Big physical guard long arms and a zone blocking scheme in college.

    Isaiah Burse WR 5'11 185lbs
    WR that can go over the middle and catch. Slot guy who can work the sidelines too. Return guy aswell.
  2. xwalker

    xwalker Well-Known Member

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    Good draft.
  3. waving monkey

    waving monkey Well-Known Member

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    if so lucky
  4. speedkilz88

    speedkilz88 Well-Known Member

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    I know that the Cowboys moved down cheaply last year, but if the Cards trade up to that spot for a QB they will have to pay a premium.
  5. Fredd

    Fredd Well-Known Member

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    Good on (cyber) paper...I would be pretty happy with the positions that were drafted in this, although not sure on the 3rd round CB...I might like a LB in that spot depending on how the draft shakes out after the 1st round
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  6. unionjack8

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    the games i have seen he doesnt pay the run as well as he should do imo, gets caught going upfield too often, but he is still my #1a guy with hageman 1b
  7. 1LoyalCowboyFan

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    Great draft. I wouldn't complain. I will however assume Telvin Smith was gone in the third by the time we were up :)
  8. DFWJC

    DFWJC Well-Known Member

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    Would not hate this one.
  9. KevinU

    KevinU Active Member

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    Solid draft man!

  10. bodi

    bodi Well-Known Member

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    nice work
  11. texbumthelife

    texbumthelife Well-Known Member

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    I don't think Gardner lasts that long and I would prefer OL in the third to CB.

    This is one of the better mocks I have seen with realistic trades. That would be a great move for the Falcons depending on what they had to give up. They need a lot of help on the offensive line too, so they may not be willing to part with many picks.
  12. LatinMind

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    You'd have to wonder what Jerry would do if Carr did drop that far. I can see Titans taking Carr but i think they want to give Locker a yr. He looked good before getting hurt.
  13. LatinMind

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    It all depends on how hes doing with his injury. Right now i used cbs' rankings by round. I think Gardner could end up being picked somewhere in Dallas' RD RD2 pick area if he can make a comeback and be ready to go for rookie camps. The way he was playing and his size. I think he would be a top 20 pick
  14. texbumthelife

    texbumthelife Well-Known Member

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    If he is progressing on schedule, I think he will go mid-late second. That's too much talent at what is becoming a premium position to slide real far.
  15. Tezz

    Tezz Active Member

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    Don't see the Cards trading up 4 spots using a 3rd in that scenario
  16. Future

    Future Intramural Legend

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    I like it, but I don't see Jerruh taking 4 DL.
  17. JDSTAR

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    Your Cowboys picks are not my favorite; nor would I be mad if that's how it played out. But it's your previous picks in the 1st round that really surprised me. You made some bold moves that I have not seen in other mocks. I like it a lot!
  18. Common Sense

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    I don't think the Bears will take Donald at 14. He will be available for Dallas if they want him.
  19. VACowboy

    VACowboy Well-Known Member

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    Rounds 1-3 are awesome if the players are still on the board where you project them. Ealy and Quarles are my picks for rounds one and two, barring some unforeseen player droppage. I think Roberson goes in R1 and Martin high in R2 when all is said and done. GREAT picks if they are available in R3, though.

    I'd love to see Barr drop out of the top-ten and/or Richardson or Yankee make it to mid-R2.
  20. Leadbelly

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    I like your mock format LatinMind. I'm no fan of Ealy and Quarles I can take or leave. Quarles plays kind of an unphysical game where he's a liability vs the run. I think I like the Linder pick most. Good developmental guy who fits what we want to do. I can also see Gardner being this year's injury gamble.

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