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TvTshow's Pre-Combine Mock-Mock Draft (Round 1)

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Hello Thank you for visiting the Page. I Truly Appreciate your interest and intrigue in my opinion. :)Disclaimer: This is NOT my official Mock. I'm really shocked that anyone could have an official Mock Draft that this point, with the lack of information, that is still present with so many players. My intention, here is to present, what I feel would be the best all around possible fits for both teams and Prospects heading into The Scouting combine in Indianapolis, Rather than who will actually be selected where, and what teams will take them. I want to set the table for a lot of the basis of my discussions as it pertains to my predictions and the perspective that I'm looking at. I do plan on doing maybe 2 to 3 more mock drafts leading up to April. that is if it still is in April? LOL :) with that being said lets get started!

1 - HOU: Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M
We'll talk a lot about this pick. Who should go #1 and why? Thankfully, Draft day is far away, so I don’t have to go overboard in analyzing it yet. There is time to do that. we can start with the basics. HOU #1 need: QB. Of The QB's Avaliable, For my heart, Manziel and Bridgewater are Tied. Who does HOU love? Don't know, not sure they like either just yet. I go Manziel right now for a ton of reasons, to name a few, he’s from texas, he’ll sell tickets, and he's as competitive as it gets for QBs.
2 - STL: Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville
I hear you. this pick makes no sense. yeah, i know. i just wanna encourage Thought and debate with this. just let me make my case for this, hear me out. I go QB at 2 for 2 reasons, #1 I think that STL Themselves are idiots that'll likely trade the pick to a team needing a QB and #2 if STL are smart they'd keep #2 and take a QB. SERIOUSLY. Bradford is a Solid QB at times when he's healthy, but just think about that statement for a second and you'll see the problem with that theory. I'd trade him.
3 - JAX: Jadeveon Clowney, DE , South Carolina
JAX is at a crossroads. As bad as they are, they're in a place rebuilding franchises want to be in, at the beginning. This Pick is a Fresh Start, a building block. it's tough cause if Gus doesn't go QB here. He could be fired next year. i just don't like Bortles at #3. if JAX wants Bortles. i bet they could move back, if they want 1 of the top 2 i bet they need to move up a spot or 2. but if JAX stays, and they don't take a QB, The next best thing is taking a guy to hunt the best QB in AFC SOUTH
4 - CLE: Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson
I'm From CLE. Were tired of filling a stadium to watch our cities NFL representative lose over and over. we can't even get a surefire win anymore. Yeah. That Amongst Numerous Other issues i could spend hours on, Were just Done. CLE seems Hellbent on getting a Franchise guy. do i think CLE would take Watkins? No. Would i want them to? yeah. i actually really would. CLE needs leadership.No one said that leader needs to be a QB. He doesnt drop balls, He won't accept losing, that's all i care about.
5 - OAK: Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M
all i heard out of OAK, last offseason was they were starting Tarrelle Pryor, Not because he was the best QB or because He won the Job. but They're OL is so bad. They Didn't expect it to protect a less mobile QB than him. OAK Claims to be rebuilding this team. They should probably start by Dealing with an issue like that. A sidenote to my official mock, while i think OAK'll go OT. i actually don't think it'll be this one. I Expect a few OT prospects to rise as this player falls due to that fact.
6 - ATL: Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn
i'm an ATL fan. i'm just hoping that the failure of the last 2 seasons has made them better. It's ironic that Thomas Dimitroff is from NE because the model of the Falcons reminds me a lot of Bill Polian and the Colts. i think that since they have their QB and especially considering that a lot of Offensive Veteran presence has left the building, Mainly Tony Gonzalez, They'll continue to build around him inside that Dome Arena, and Getting him much more Viable Pocket Protection does fit that bill.
7 - TB: Anthony Barr, LB, UCLA
like all top 10 teams TB better make sure they don't need a QB but other than being weary of that.This Bucs Defense is on the verge of something special. if you just look at they're front 7, and Corners. they just look like a defense in the mold of the top defenses in The NFL. i'm talking CAR, SEA, SF, the players on defense are that good, and with Lovie Smith at the helm.Taking an athletic freak in A.Barr could push them over the hump. He's raw which worries people but he's a versitile specimen
8 - MIN: C.J. Mosley, OLB, Alabama
I feel sorry for MIN, For AP, for the Fanbase. You just feel Sympathetic for MIN and all the mess, they’ve gone through with the QB position, is most of it self inflicted? Yeah. They didn’t have to take Ponder. But they made that bed and now the only thing that'll save them from lying in it is an equally raw prospect in Bortles, I don’t envy them because based off resume, A top 10 pick is too rich. with the gap between 2 and 3 with QB's, I wouldn't take him at 8. i'd have to pick the best player
9 - BUF: Khalil Mack, LB , Buffalo
I believe in this Organization. i like what they're building, and they're firmly behind in EJ, couldn't have had a better last draft to build around him. He could use more toys maybe a TE but he has Stevie Johnson, quite the toy box already. A Pass Blocker isn't a bad idea, he'll never be the guy if he can't be on the field. and of course, Kiko,The best ROY. I Think the NFL is heading in the direction that teams need an Elite DEF to even try Competing. That's why at 9 BUF continues building one.
10 - DET: Darqueze Dennard, CB , Michigan State
Maybe Jim Shawartz Will get a CB Now? SMH lol i yelled at the TV last year, Take DEE MILLINER! but No, DET took Ziggy, though the DL was Fine with or without him, He Didn't make them any better, did Dee Milliner play much better? no. but i promise you he made more plays on the ball last year than all DET CB's in Total. Martin Mayhew should be fired Right now. i like DET. But i've never seen a team more willing to strengthen a strength than attack a weakness. Hopefully a lesson learned DET,GO CB.
11 - TEN: Tim Jernigan, DT, Florida State
I Need to gain a better feel for this pick, everyone does really, TEN is in an Akward Position ATM. Most of their best players aren't even under contract. Whiz is more of a Veteran QB type of guy. after Everything He went through in ARI, i don't Think He has the Balls to take a Young QB. i'll be Viewing this process with that assumption. But given the potential amount of issues i don't think TEN can afford to play this pick safe. i'd want the best scheme diverse player i could possibly get here.
12 - NYG: Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan
Eli Manning Played Bad. i Actually Hadn't seen him play that horribly since his rookie year, which is astounding to me. you'd watch a game astonished cause you heard about the Turnovers, but it honestly just never stopped. and it's one thing to ask, What's wrong with Eli? but previously, he won 2 Rings, Clearly he can play. he's not my issue so, what's the Problem? see, i don't think he'd have taken half the chances he took if his OL was a tad bit better. Luckily at 12 NYG can start fixing that.
13 - STL: Marqise Lee, WR , USC
STL is a Huge Power player in this draft. They have a solid hand here. They can Trade up or back with this pick which makes them Highly dangerous, unpredicable and effective at impacting the flow of the draft, OL is a need but to me, if they can Get a QB who can take the punishment and stay on the field for them, and a Weapon with Dependable hands. i think they'll not only make huge strides in talent growth but They'll have made Dramatic improvement to their chances of Competing in the NFC West.
14 - CHI: Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix, FS, Alabama
I don't think there is a better fit for a team in the same division as Aaron Rodgers and Matt Stafford with Magatron than a top-15 prospect at S. This team was a minute from winning this division. they're so close. they're too close to not demand improvement from their backend.
15 - PIT: Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State
When you start losing to CIN, you know somethings going horribly wrong, that needs to be fixed. Now i personally don't know what that is. it might actually be a number of things. but i feel like PIT can take the best player on the board while also having the intention of slowing down AJ Green and Josh Gordon.
16 - BAL: Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M
A match made in heaven for a team, that lost Anquan Boldin last year. i love Jacoby Jones but imagine how much more effective he would be if he stayed in the slot and was able to get to the second level against Safeties. the best balls skills in the draft teaming with maybe the best deep ball in the NFL. A great marriage if it happens.
17 - DAL: Ra'Shede Hageman, DL , Minnesota
DAL should be no more relevent than teams like BUF or STL. They make The playoffs No more than those teams. The only difference between DAL and BUF or STL is the Media market. This seems wrong, Considering how Horrible, they played defensively. OH MY XD. They not only need help stopping the pass, they need help stopping the run as well. at 17, Anything Would Be an improvement for DAL defensively but, if they can get a Big Defensive Playmaker on the DL would be above and beyond expectation in DAL
18 - NYJ: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
I think He had a Dominant Season and is one of the best players at a competitive position in this draft class. i think once he shows how well he can run, that NYJ would be lucky if he makes it to 18 at that point. but i do think it's a great fit for a team who claims to have nothing at WR right now.
19 - MIA: Cyrus Kouandjio, OL , Alabama
lol talk about a mess XD. i bet they wish they had Jake long now. The'r OL basically Broke itself. With the Jonathan martin situation, and because of that. even if they had other needs they need to fix this one before they deal with anything else. Kouandjio can play multiple spots on the OL which is good because he may need to play 2 positions on that line at 1 time XD jk jk jk.
20 - ARI: Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina
This pick is really close to being a QB, just in case they need a developmental guy behind Palmer but, as long as they can keep these defenisive players under Contract, they can get this team even more Explosive and Dangerous in a super tough division.
21 - GB: Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State
GB got sent home for a 2nd Consecutive season, and for the exact same reason. When it matters, They are incapable Maintaining Their Gaps and containing Running games with mobile QB's. They can't hold up at the point of attack, and they know it, and they know it's the reason that they didn't win a super bowl and if they don't fix it, the reason they never will win one again. Somethings gotta give. 1 pick won't fix the whole problem, but at least at 21 GB can start crafting the resolution to it.
22 - PHI: Kony Ealy, DL , Missouri
when quantifying how bad PHI is defensively and dividing it X's the direction The NFL is headed, with the fact that you need Elite Passer Rushers in order Just to be nearly good on DEF, i was able to reach a hypothesis conclusion that should Ealy Drop to 22, that PHI would catch him XD. to have 6'5, 275 lb beast fall into your lap, where they are, with the problems they have. who'd blame them? Remember they made the playoffs last year, Imagine what PHI could do with Defensive stops? Mind blowing
23 - KC: Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville
KC didn't just get eliminated last season, they got eliminated While giving up 48 points to IND. KC Got Decimated. and you wonder what they should do at 23? really? could KC use more OFF skill? Sure, But no matter how much the media criticizes the big play ability of KC offense, they still put up 45 points. they held up their end. However, i find it ironic that the unit that got the most credit for KC's success this season, the DEF, widely acclaimed the strength of KC was their biggest weakness.
24 - CIN: Zack Martin, OT, Notre Dame
CIN is a Contridictive Anamoly of itself. on 1 hand, They have 1 of the best 5 rosters in the nfl, and are super bowl contenders talent wise. On the other hand, Due to the inconsistency of its HC and starting QB. it's also probably 1 of the 10 worst franchises in the NFL today. they should think QB, i do think Dalton is the problem, but for the sake of arguement, let's say that they can't protect him either. CIN just needs to be careful and know they are a few dalton int's away from a top 5 pick
25 - SD: Dee Ford, DE , Auburn
SD is in an odd position at 25. the reason being is, it might be hard to match up team need with best player avaliable at that point in time. Of course they have Obvious needs both Offensively and Defensively but can they fill those holes with value? at 25, i'm not sure that'll be the case. At the end of the day, i think due to the division they're in, the main concern ends up being getting to payton and they go pass rusher at 25. coincidentally getting the best player on the board at that point
26 - CLE: Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida
LOL if this happened CLE would definitely be the winners of the 1st round in the draft. a few things, no Bortles won't drop down to 26. in all likelihood he won't make it out of the top 5, but for my taste this is where i'd take him. it is one thing if Bortles is the next tom brady, but that's not the case. in my opinion despite his potential, i don't think he's ready to start, still i feel even if he did drop, it won't be this far, i'd see CLE needing to move up to get him if that was the case.
27 - NO: Aaron Donald, DL , Pittsburgh
NO has a few needs this offseason, #1 they need to get tougher offensively, for the most part their best OFF players (Cough,Cough, Jimmy Graham) were said to be punked out by the known to be more physical SEA defense in the playoffs. They need to find a way of freeing a players like graham up and giving them better matchups, as well as an enforcer to protect them from overly physical play. #2 They need to finish this masterpiece of a DEF that Rob Ryan has created and Donald would help with that.
28 - CAR: Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt
Needless to say, i was impressed with CAR this year, i didn't think they had the talent offensively and i didn't feel like they made the necessary improvements offensively in order to make noise but boy, was i wrong. because of their front offices confidence in itself, CAR has positioned itself into being able to compete in the new NFL world of Brutal Physicality and Pressing WRs. CAR is pretty physical themselves. but it doesn't mean that teams don't still need a Lil Finesse every now and Then.
29 - SF: Lamarcus Joyner, CB, Florida State
They are the one team, that i can say literally have NO needs. it's frustrating to figure out what they're going to do because they're already such a complete team. they could use improvements of course, but theres nothing that they exactly need to do. besides of course handle their business in free agency and getting they're players back. the one position they could use some depth at and a few more big plays along with WR, is Definitely CB, and if they got this one, it would be a robbery at 29.
30 - NE: Louis Nix, DT, Notre Dame
Me, personally, i would just love it if the patriots took a chance and just went crazy and took an explosive playmaker no one expects, the issue would be finding that playmaker. I just think that this team could use a jolt of energy in preparing for next year. of course, the usual expectation is for the Pats to trade back and get more picks which is probably whats gonna happen. Even so, if they just stay and this player is there, i don't think it'll be too much debate about who they should take.
31 - DEN: Jason Verrett, CB , TCU
Poor DEN. SMH if DEN was a person, i'd pay to see the look on it's face right now. there'd probably be nothing there, like DEN is gone right now, just out there in space somewhere. To put it simply, They got smacked, They got blown out and beat down in a way that few Super Bowl teams have ever been beaten. i have no idea what they'll look to improve right now. but i'm sure, they know they need something, Badly. Verrett has a lot of potential but is only a possiblity for a team with so many needs
32 - SEA: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE , Washington
SEA definitively staked their claim as clearly the best in the NFC West, whether its their overall record against rivals or the fact that they're the team that went to the super bowl and actually finished the job, they've clearly done enough to earn right to that claim. i think Russell Wilson has earned the right to be the QB king of his draft class. Everyone will debate it but he was drafted after the 3 others and he got a ring 1st with less weapons. He could use more offensive pieces actually.

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Saturday, February 22, 2014 2:53 PM
Average -- Aaron Donald does not fit a 3-4 scheme such as new orleans and why not just trade the pick rather than take him ? and if bortles won't fall that far then why is he that far ? and also Mosley does not provide enough positional value at 8

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