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3 Round mock with a couple of trades

Let the griping begin...

 

Shock Draft with Trades.

1.       Indianapolis – TRADED TO WAS: QB Andrew Luck. Shanahan has had enough of the Rex/Beck experiment.

2.       St. Louis – WR Alshon Jeffery. They go with AJ over Blackmon due to attitude though it might be a mistake.

3.       Minnesota – OT Matt Kalil.  Their future is Ponder and they need to do a better job protecting him.

4.       Miami – QB Matt Barkley.  It’s time to start fresh with a new QB.

5.       Washington – TRADED TO IND: WR Justin Blackmon. Wayne is a FA and even if he re-signs, he’s on his last leg.

6.       Carolina – DT Brandon Thompson. They can’t seem to stop the run so they grab the local kid a little earlier than what he should probably go.

7.       Denver – CB Morris Claiborne. Need youth/help in the secondary.  Has jumped over Kirkpatrick as the best CB in draft.

8.       Kansas City – RB Trent Richardson.  Should take some of the load off of Charles.

9.       Jacksonville – CB Dre Kirkpatrick. Need a shutdown corner to cover Andre Johnson and now Justin Blackmon.

10.   Cleveland – OT Riley Reiff.

11.   Arizona – OT Jonathan Martin.

12.   Seattle – DE Quintin Coples.

13.   Philadelphia – LB Manti Te’o.

14.   Tampa Bay  – CB Alfonzo Dennard. Need secondary help going up against Brees and Ryan.

15.   San Diego – WR Michael Floyd. Rivers needs some playmakers at receiver.

16.   Buffalo – OLB Brandon Jenkins.

17.   Cleveland (ATL) –WR Mohammed Sanu.

18.   New York Jets – OLB Courtney Upshaw.

19.   Tennessee – OG David Decastro.

20.   Dallas – ILB Vontaze Burfict.

21.   Houston – WR Dwight Jones.

22.   Detroit – CB Jayron Hosley.

23.   Cincinnati – OL Keleche Osemele. Can play Guard or Tackle.

24.   Chicago – OG Cordy Glenn.

25.   Cincinnati (OAK) – RB David Wilson.

26.   New York Giants – LB Zach Brown.

27.   New England – TRADED TO KC: QB Landry Jones. He keeps slipping so the Chiefs trade up to grab him.

28.   New England (NO) – OLB Vinny Curry.

29.   Pittsburgh – CB Xavier Rhodes.

30.   San Francisco – CB Chase Minnifield.

31.   Baltimore – ILB Dont’a Hightower.

32.   Green Bay – C Peter Konz. Wells is still playing well but is getting up there in age.

2nd Round

1.       Indianapolis – QB Robert Griffin III. Will learn under Peyton for a couple of years before he runs the show.

2.       St. Louis – DE Melvin Ingram.

3.       Minnesota – DT Jerel Worthy.

4.       Miami – OT Andrew Datko.

5.       Washington – TRADED TO IND: S Mark Barron.

6.       Carolina – LB Ronnell Lewis.

7.       Denver – RB Chris Polk.

8.       Kansas City – TRADED TO NE: C Michael Brewster.

9.       Jacksonville – DE Devin Taylor.

10.   Cleveland – RB Lamar Miller. Hillis is as good as gone.  Hardesty has to stay healthy to be productive.

11.   Philadelphia (ARI) – LB Lavonte David.

12.   Seattle – QB Nick Foles.

13.   Philadelphia – OL Barrett Jones.  Can play Tackle or Guard.

14.   Tampa Bay– LB Travis Lewis.

15.   San Diego – CB Janoris Jenkins.

16.   Buffalo – WR Nick Toon.

17.   Atlanta – TE Dwayne Allen.

18.   New York Jets – WR Marvin McNutt.

19.   Tennessee – WR Kendall Wright.

20.   Dallas – CB Stephon Gilmore.

21.   Houston – LB Bruce Irvin.

22.   Detroit – C Ben Jones.

23.   Cincinnati – CB Casey Heyward.

24.   Chicago – DT Alameda Ta’amu.

25.   New England (OAK) – S TJ McDonald.

26.   New York Giants – S Robert Lester.

27.   New England – DE Devon Still.

28.   New Orleans – OT Mike Adams.

29.   Pittsburgh – DT Josh Chapman.

30.   San Francisco – LB Luke Kuechly.

31.   Baltimore – CB Coryell Judie.

32.   Green Bay – RB LaMichael James.

 

 

 

3rd Round

1.       Indianapolis – WR Joe Adams. Weapons to finish up the Manning era and begin the Griffin era.

2.       St. Louis – OT Ricky Wagner.

3.       Minnesota – CB Trumaine Johnson.

4.       Miami – WR Ryan Broyles.

5.       Washington – WR Jeff Fuller.

6.       Carolina – CB Cliff Harris.

7.       Denver – S Markelle Martin.

8.       Kansas City – DE Jared Crick.

9.       Jacksonville – T Zebrie Sanders.

10.   Cleveland –CB Donnie Fletcher.

11.   Arizona – OG Lucas Nix.

12.   Seattle – DT Fletcher Cox.

13.   Philadelphia – TE Coby Fleener.

14.   Tampa Bay– WR Reuben Randle.

15.   San Diego – OG Senio Kelemete.

16.   Buffalo – OT Nate Potter.

17.   Atlanta – DT Kawaan Short.

18.   New York Jets – OG Kevin Zeitler.

19.   Tennessee – CB Brandon Boykin.

20.   Dallas – DE Andre Branch.

21.   Houston – TE Ladarius Green.

22.   Detroit – OT Matt Reynolds.

23.   Cincinnati – DT Sylvester Williams.

24.   Chicago – LB Keenan Robinson.

25.   Oakland – PICK SPENT ON PRYOR

26.   New York Giants – WR Devier Posey.

27.   New England – CB De’Quan Menzie.

28.   New Orleans – S Tramain Thomas.

29.   Pittsburgh – WR Eric Page.

30.   San Francisco – DE Jake Bequette.

31.   Baltimore – WR Brian Quick.

32.   Green Bay – OT Tony Bergstrom.

 

Trades:

IND trades #1 pick to WAS for 1st Rd pick, 2nd Rd pick, 4th Rd pick, and 2013 1st and 3rd Rd picks.

NE trades 1st Rd pick to KC for 2nd and 4th Rd picks and 2013 2nd and 3rd Rd picks.




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