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My Mock Draft, all teams...

Discussion in 'Draft Talk' started by Pat4DaPack, Apr 2, 2012.

  1. Pat4DaPack
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    1. Colts: Andrew Luck
    2. Redskins: Robert Griffin III
    3. Vikings: Matt Kahlil
    4. Browns: Trent Richardson
    5. Bucs: Mo Claiborne
    6. Rams: Justin Blackmon
    7. Jags: Michael Floyd
    8. Dolphins: Ryan Tannehill
    9. Panthers: Fletcher Cox
    10. Bills: Reilly Reiff
    11. Chiefs: Dontari Poe
    12. Seahawks: Melvin Engram
    13. Cards: Quinton Coples
    14. Cowboys: David DeCastro
    15. Eagles: Jonathan Martin
    16. Jets: Courtney Upshaw
    17. Bengals: Dre KirkPatrick
    18. Chargers: Mark Barron
    19. Bears: Whitney Mercilus
    20. Titans: Michael Brockers
    21.Bengals: Cordy Glenn
    22. Browns: Kendall Wright
    23. Lions: Janoris Jenkins
    24. Steelers: Dont'a Hightower
    25. Broncos: Stephen Hill
    26. Texans: Nick Perry
    27. Patriots: Jerel Worthy
    28. Packers: Zach Brown
    29. Ravens: Peter Konz
    30. 49ers: Coby Fleener
    31. Patriots: Devon Still
    32. Giants: David Wilson
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    Not bad. The only thing wrong is I think its a lock that Luc Kuechley goes in the 1st. I'd rather have him than Zac Brown.
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    Zach Brown won't go below 18 and Kuechly is a first round lock, possible top 10 pick. Zach Brown isn't a pass rusher and he doesn't fit the 3-4 OLB position. He is strictly a 4-3 OLB because of his size. Since both of them go higher than what you've listed them as I see Perry falling to GB @28.
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    I will be pissed off if that's our 1st round pick.
    But I also wasn't happy with Justin Harrell, Clay Matthews, Pat Lee, Brandon Jackson, and Mike Neal with 1st or 2nd round picks either so I could be wrong.

    I think we can do a lot better though.
    Would MUCH rather have Shea McClellin. People are being racist IMO rating him below alot of these other so-called better athletes.

    A glance at recent mock drafts on the Web, with comments on the Packers' pick:
    Russ Lande, Sporting News
    Packers' pick: Devon Still, DT, Penn State
    Comment: "Green Bay's defense wasn't the same unit in 2011 that is was when it won the Super Bowl. Still is a powerful, athletic defensive lineman who would fit as a defensive end."

    ESPN Blog Network
    Packers' pick: Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin
    Comment: "In my absence, ESPN.com colleagues chose Konz, the draft's top center, knowing that veteran Jeff Saturday is likely a one-year bridge from departed starter Scott Wells. General manager Ted Thompson will almost certainly draft a center, but he might wait until a later round knowing he has 2012 insurance in Saturday." (Kevin Seifert)

    Bucky Brooks, NFL.com
    Packers' pick: Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama
    Comment: "The Packers desperately need a legitimate threat opposite Clay Matthews to prevent opponents from sliding pass protection exclusively in the Pro Bowler's direction. Upshaw is not an elite athlete, but he is a high-motor rusher capable of wreaking havoc off the edges with his relentless approach."

    Chad Reuter, NFL Network
    Packers' pick: Shea McClellin, DE, Boise St.
    Comment: "The Packers passed on Brooks Reed late in the first round last year, and McClellin put up similar numbers to the Texans' young starter at this year's combine. Adding another high-motor linebacker across from Clay Matthews could improve the team's pass rush."
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    As likely as it is that tannehill will go in the first round top 10, I don't think he deserves it. Ideally he is a second round pick a la gabbert ponder.
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    Agreed... I think it is a JOKE that he's gonna go that high, all based on his size and measurables. I live in Texas and this kid was simply not that good. It's another case just like Blaine Gabbert where the genius scouts create a better QB in their minds than what film and results show. Makes me LOL!
    Every year they do this..... even to the point of Jamarcus Russell !

    He was never a great QB but his measurables were off the charts, so the Raiders took him over Megatron and Adrian Peterson, Patrick Willis, etc.
    CLASSIC
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