Shock Draft with Trades

Order's kind of random so I threw in some trades.


Shock Draft with Trades.

1.       Indianapolis – TRADED TO DAL: Andrew Luck, QB. No Romo, less mistakes.

2.       Miami – Matt Barkley, QB. They hope he’s more Palmer than Leinart.

3.       Kansas City – Matt Kalil, OT. Albert moves to Guard and the line looks a whole lot better.

4.       St. Louis – Justin Blackmon, WR. Bradford needs some serious receiving help.

5.       Minnesota – Brandon Thompson, DT.  Added beef on the defensive line.

6.       Carolina – Alshon Jeffery, WR. Steve Smith might not be back next season. Local kid should make more plays with Cam throwing the ball instead of Garcia/Shaw.

7.       Denver – Jonathan Martin, OT.  Attempt to build around Tebow.

8.       Arizona – Riley Reiff, OT. Protect your investment in Kolb.

9.       Philadelphia – TRADED TO CIN: Trent Richardson, RB.  Continuing to build a young talented offense.

10.   Dallas – TRADED TO IND: Dre Kirkpatrick, CB. Best corner falls in their laps.

11.   Jacksonville – Quinton Coples, DE. Not playing well this season but should take over for Kamp.

12.   Cleveland – Michael Floyd, WR. Super talented and troubled. Should make Colt look more serviceable.

13.   Chicago – Morris Claiborne, CB.  They wanted one of the WRs but settle for a young stud CB.

14.   Seattle – Landry Jones, QB.  Don’t trade up for Barkley and settle for Jones. They could probably use a RB like Richardson.

15.   Tampa Bay – David DeCastro, OG. Not a sexy pick but helps with depth up front.

16.   Cleveland (ATL) – Andrew Datko, OT.  Joe Thomas can’t block everyone.

17.   Pittsburgh – Mark Barron, S. Aging secondary gets best safety.

18.   Tennessee – Jerel Worthy, DT. Not the same since Big Al left.

19.   Cincinnati – TRADED TO PHI: Travis Lewis, LB. Need serious help at LB.

20.   New York Jets – Devin Taylor, OLB.  Need to do a better job of rushing the passer.

21.   Houston – Vinny Curry, OLB. Williams coming off surgery and they need help rushing the passer.

22.   Washington – Robert Griffin III, QB. Enough Good Rex to make the playoffs, too much Bad Rex to go any further.  Playmaker makes the team exciting.

23.   Buffalo – Courtney Upshaw, OLB.  Must get to Brady more often.

24.   New York Giants – TRADED TO BAL: Vontaze Burfict, MLB. Punishing defender added to Ravens.

25.   Oakland – Chase Minnifield, CB.  Still miss Nnamdi.

26.   San Francisco – Bruce Irvin, OLB. Speed and pressure on defense.  What a difference Harbaugh makes…

27.   New England – Janoris Jenkins, CB.  Worth the gamble when you have two 1st round picks.

28.   Detroit – Manti Te’o, MLB.  BPA happens to be an upgrade.  Should have quite a few tackles behind Suh and Fairley.

29.   San Diego – Jayron Hosley, CB.  Nickleback.

30.   New England (NO) – Brandon Jenkins, OLB. Still trying to get a consistent pass rush.

31.   Baltimore – TRADED TO NYG: Alfonzo Dennard, CB.  Injuries, injuries, injuries.  Can team up with Prince again whenever he’s healthy enough to play.

32.   Green Bay – LaMichael James, RB. Another weapon for Rodgers to play around with.

2nd Round

33.   Indianapolis – Mohammed Sanu, WR.

34.   Miami – TJ McDonald, S.

35.   Kansas City – Nick Foles, QB.

36.   St. Louis – Xavier Rhodes, CB.

37.   Minnesota – Melvin Ingram, DE.

38.   Carolina – Zach Brown, LB.

39.   Denver – Lamar Miller, RB.

40.   Philadelphia (ARZ) – Cordy Glenn, OG.

41.   Philadelphia – Luke Kuechly, MLB.

42.   Dallas – TRADED TO IND: Kelechi Osemele, OG.

43.   Jacksonville – Jeff Fuller, WR.

44.   Cleveland – Robbie Lester, S.

45.   Chicago – Dwight Jones, WR.

46.   Seattle – Ryan Broyles, WR.

47.   Tampa Bay – Chris Polk, RB.

48.   Atlanta – Dwayne Allen, TE.

49.   Pittsburgh – Brandon Washington, OG.

50.   Tennessee – Casey Heyward, CB

51.   Cincinnati – Jared Crick, DT.

52.   New York Jets – Alameda Ta’amu, NT.

53.   Houston – Juron Criner, WR.

54.   Washington – Dont’a Hightower, MLB.

55.   Buffalo – Kenny Tate, S.

56.   New York Giants – Matt Reynolds, OT.

57.   New England (OAK)-Kheeston Randall, DE.

58.   San Francisco – Desmond Trufant, CB.

59.   New England –Ray Ray Armstrong, S.

60.   Detroit – Peter Konz, OG.

61.   San Diego – Devon Still, DE.

62.   New Orleans – Andre Branch, DE.

63.   Baltimore – Nate Potter, OT.

64.   Green Bay – Coryell Judie, CB.



Colts trade 1st overall pick to Dallas for 10th overall pick, 2nd Rd pick, 4th Rd pick,  future 2nd Rd pick.

Eagles trade 9th overall pick to Bengals for 19th overall pick, 3rd Rd pick, future 2nd Rd pick.

Giants trade #24 pick to Ravens for 31st pick, future 2nd Rd pick.

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