My first draft, round 1

1. Indianapolis Colts: QB Andrew Luck, Stanford

About as safe of a number one pick as you can get.

2. Washington Redskins: QB Robert Griffin III, Baylor

Washington gave up a lot for this pick, it better be worth it.

3. Cleveland Browns: QB Ryan Tannehill, Texas A&M

Trade Alert! Cleveland trades the 4th overall pick and the 22nd overall pick to the Vikings for the third overall pick and the 66th (third round) overall pick. Cleveland does this trade because they don't want the Miami to get Tannehill after the Browns missed out on RG3 and they don't trust Colt McCoy. Frankly I don't think Tannehill is going to be that good.

4. Minnesota Vikings: OT Matt Kalil, USC

Minnesota takes advantage of a weak and desperate Cleveland Browns team and Minnesota still gets their left tackle for the future.

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: RB Trent Richardson, Alabama

Tampa just sits back and laughs while all the commotion goes on ahead of the and they just let Richardson fall to them as they get the best running back prospect since AP.

6. St. Louis Rams: WR Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma St.

St. Louis gets a few future draft picks, and their future number one receiver.

7. Jacksonville Jaguars: DE/OLB Melvin Ingram, South Carolina

This defense was pathetic last year and the try to improve it with the best pass rusher in the draft in my opinion.

8. Miami Dolphins: OT Riley Reiff, Iowa

Miami missed out on Peyton Manning, Matt Flynn, and now Tannehill, oh well, at least they can make their o-line better.

9. Carolina Panthers: CB Morris Claiborne, LSU

Carolina Panthers are now extremely tough to throw on with Gamble and Claiborne, Ron Rivera is smiling and Cam Newton is now going, yes now I don't have to score 5 TD's a game to win.

10. Buffalo Bills: WR Michael Floyd, Notre Dame

Buffalo needs another receiver to pair with Steve Johnson, and Floyd is the second best receiver in this draft.

11. Kansas City Chiefs: NT Dontari Poe, Memphis

With Claiborne falling to the Panthers, Poe will fall to the Chiefs, and this is good for the chiefs since they don't have a decent nose tackle anymore.

12. Seattle Seahawks: DE Quinton Coples, UNC

Coples is a poor man's Julius Peppers, he has an average work ethic, but enough natural talent to sort of overcome that, and Pete Carol is not gonna stand for this lazyness.

13. Arizona Cardinals: ILB Luke Kuechly, Boston College

Kuechly was the best linebacker in college last year, and this cardinal defense needs desperate help at the linebacker spot.

14. Denver Broncos: DT Fletcher Cox, Mississippi St.

Trade Alert! Broncos trade 25th and 57th (second round) picks to trade up and take the cowboys pick. The Broncos don't have much on the front line of this defense, they draft Fletcher Cox to fix that.

15. Philadelphia Eagles: DT Michael Brockers, LSU

Eagles get Brockers to take up the middle and try to make life easier for their terrible linebackers, even though Brockers has a high bust potential.

16. New York Jets: DE/OLB Courtney Upshaw, Alabama

Yes Upshaw's draft stock has been falling, but the Jets need a guy who can get to the passer again, and Upshaw is about the best guy available.

17. Cincinnati Bengals: CB Dre Kirkpatrick, Alabama

With Leon Hall tearing his achilles, the Bengals need to address the corner position, besides they need help there anyway.

18. San Diego Chargers: OG David DeCastro, Stanford

The Chargers need a drastic help on their o-line. Rivers failure last year can't be all blamed on him, after all, he was running for his life last year.

19. Chicago Bears: OT Cordy Glenn, Georgia

Glenn played guard most of his time at Georgia, but played left tackle by the end of his career there. Given a little time with the offensive coaches, Glenn can be Chicago's left tackle for the future.

20. New England Patriots: SS Mark Barron, Alabama

Trade Alert! The Tennessee Titans trade the 20th overall pick and the 82nd overall pick (third round) to the New England Patriots for the 27th and 31st picks. The Patriots defense was historically bad last year, and the Safety position was a huge problem, they trade up to take Barron, the best safety in a weak safety class.

21. Cincinnati Bengals: WR Kendall Wright, Baylor

The second Baylor player taken in this draft. Cincinnati got rid of Jerome Simpson, even if they didn't he is still going to jail. They can't just depend on AJ Green no matter how good he is.

22. Minnesota Vikings: CB Janoris Jenkins, Northern Alabama

The Vikings need help all along this team, and the corner position is no different. They only good corner they have thats not having legal issues is Winfield who is very old.

23. Detroit Lions: OT Jonathan Martin, Stanford

Detroit has an okay offensive line at best, they need an upgrade bad, and especially if Martin is still here they need to take him.

24. Pittsburgh Steelers: C Peter Konz, Wisconsin

The Steelers have been avoiding drafting offensive linemen in the first round for years, they can't do that this year. Konz is a big guy who can play right guard for the Steelers as Pouncey is the starter and Legursky is probably going to be playing left guard next year.

25. Dallas Cowboys: OG Kevin Zeitler, Wisconsin

Zietler played right next to Konz at Wisconsin, and he's going in the draft right after him. The cowboys have a terrible offensive line and Romo needs all the help he can get.

26. Houston Texans: WR Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech

Houston has no #2 receiver, they have a number one and a slot. If they draft Hill here they have a complete offense finally.

27. Tennessee Titans: DT Devin Still, Penn St.

I know everyone is saying with losing Finnegan the Titans need a corner, no they don't they have two very good corners still that will fill in the starting spots with McCourty and Verner. The Titans run defense last year was pitiful. Devin Still was a monster at Penn St. the past two years and he will be welcomed to the Titans with open arms.

28. Green Bay Packers: DE/OLB Nick Perry, USC

The Packers defense was just as bad as the Patriots defense last year. They need another pass rusher to help take some of the pressure off of Matthews so he can see less double teams.

29. Baltimore Ravens: ILB Dont'a Hightower, Alabama

The Ravens have found their replacement for Ray Lewis. Hightower will learn from Lewis for Lewis' final few years.

30. San Francisco 49ers: SS Harrison Smith, Notre Dame

Smith is one of the two safetys worth taking in this draft, the others are for later picks that would be ok to miss on. Smith is going to help this pass defense get much better than what it was last year.

31. Tennessee Titans: OLB Lavante David, Nebraska

The Titans have two really good young linebackers in McCarthy and Ayers. The guys that are battling for the final spot are Witherspoon, who is past his prime, and McRath, who just isn't good enough.

32. New York Giants: TE Coby Fleener, Stanford

The giants finally have a receiving tight end and this will really help the offense after losing Manningham.

Please give me your thoughts on my draft.

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