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2018 Mock Draft EroR week 2

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1. San Francisco 49ers : Josh Rosen  QB UCLA

2. New York Jets: Lamar Jackson QB Louisville (double Heisman winner)

3. Indianapolis Colts : Harold Landry OLB Boston Collage 

4. Cincinnati Bengals: Orlando Brown OT Oklahoma

5.  Buffalo Bills: Arden Key DE LSU

6. Cleveland Browns: Saquon Barkley RB Penn State

7. :Arizona Cardinals:  Sam Darnold QB USC 

8: Chicago Bears: James Washington WR Oklahoma State 

9.Baltimore Ravens: Derwin James S Florida State

10. New York Giants: Mike McGlinchey OT Notre Dame

11. Jacksonville Jaguars: Calvin Ridley WR Alabama 

12. Cleveland Browns via Texans: Tarvarus McFadden CB Florida State

13. Los Angeles Rams: Sam Hubbard DE Ohio State

14. New Orleans Saints: Tyquan Lewis DE Ohio State

15. Minnesota Vikings: Martinas Rankin OT Miss State

16. Dallas Cowboys: Christian Wilkins DT Clemson

17. Tennessee Titans: Bradley Chubb DE N.C.State

18. T.B.Buccaneers: Minkah Fitzpatrick CB/S Alabama

19. Carolina Panthers: Deon Cain WR Clemson

20. Los Angeles Chargers: Vita Vea NT Washington

21 Miami Dolphins: Malik Jefferson ILB Texas

22.Washington Redskins:Derrius Guice RB LSU

23. Philadelphia Eagles: Iman Marshall CB USC

24. Buffalo Bills via Chiefs: Christian Kirk WR Texas A&M

25. New England Patriots: Duke Ejiofor DE Wake Forest

26. Seattle Seahawks: Courtland Sutton WR SMU

27. Detroit Lions: Marquis Haynes DE Ole Miss

28. Denver Broncos: Martez Ivey OG Florida

29. G.B.Packers: Mike McCray OLB Michigan

30. L.V.Raiders: Micah Kizer ILB Virginia

31. Atlanta Falcons: Maurice Hurst DT Michigan

32. Pittsburgh Steelers: Ronnie Harrison S Alabama

 

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23 minutes ago, EroR said:

29. G.B.Packers: Mike McCray OLB Michigan

Admittedly, I haven't dug too far into the prospects thus far but EDGE is certainly going to be a need.  Clay Matthews isn't getting any younger, and aside from he and Nick Perry there really isn't much behind them long term.  They signed Ahmad Brooks, but he's on a 1 year deal and probably isn't here beyond this year.

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If we lose ARob to free agency WR may end up being an interesting position to look at but I'd much rather see a QB/DE/OL.

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25 minutes ago, CWood21 said:

Admittedly, I haven't dug too far into the prospects thus far but EDGE is certainly going to be a need.  Clay Matthews isn't getting any younger, and aside from he and Nick Perry there really isn't much behind them long term.  They signed Ahmad Brooks, but he's on a 1 year deal and probably isn't here beyond this year.

Thanks for the feedback

much appreciated

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25 minutes ago, .Buzz said:

If we lose ARob to free agency WR may end up being an interesting position to look at but I'd much rather see a QB/DE/OL.

I had Darnold slipping to 11th at first but thought the Cards would prob take him at 7 if available

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The only thing better then the Colts picking Landry is trading down a couple spots and getting Barkley, Guice or McFadden 

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11 hours ago, EroR said:

2. New York Jets: Lamar Jackson QB Louisville (double Heisman winner)

My condolences to Mr. Jackson.

 

11 hours ago, EroR said:

5.  Buffalo Bills: Arden Key DE LSU

With how badly Buffalo needs offensive skill position talent aside from maybe running back, this would surprise me a bit.

 

11 hours ago, EroR said:

9.Baltimore Ravens: Derwin James S Florida State

Replacing Eric Weddle or the recently signed Tony Jefferson?

 

11 hours ago, EroR said:

19. Carolina Panthers: Deon Cain WR Clemson

I actually really like this pick.  Both last year and early this year I've seen mocks that have the Panthers drafting big slow possession receivers as if they didn't have enough of those already.  They need a down the field threat to replace Ted Ginn Jr. and it's entirely possible Curtis Samuel is not the answer they are looking for despite how early he was drafted.

 

11 hours ago, EroR said:

23. Philadelphia Eagles: Iman Marshall CB USC

While this may seem like their biggest obvious need, I wouldn't be surprised if they didn't address it nearly as much as people think.  The Eagles in my opinion have their long term answer at cornerback with Sidney Jones and Ronald Darby.  Their problems at cornerback are more immediate than that.

 

11 hours ago, EroR said:

26. Seattle Seahawks: Courtland Sutton WR SMU

Similar situation here.  After drafting a wide receiver three out of the last four years in the first four rounds, I wouldn't be surprised if they drafted one in the first round.  Well, to be honest, I'd be surprised if the Seahawks draft anyone in the first round.  They have a tendency to trade out, but this mock draft doesn't feature trades.

 

10 hours ago, .Buzz said:

If we lose ARob to free agency WR may end up being an interesting position to look at but I'd much rather see a QB/DE/OL.

Given this mock draft only has three quarterbacks going in the first round, it's entirely possible someone would be there in the second round. 

Also, DE?  It may only be two weeks, but Jacksonville leads the league in sacks presently.  They have Ngakoue and Campbell with former third overall pick Dante Fowler and 2017 3rd round pick Dawune Smoot backing them up. 

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2 minutes ago, Crickett said:

Given this mock draft only has three quarterbacks going in the first round, it's entirely possible someone would be there in the second round. 

Also, DE?  It may only be two weeks, but Jacksonville leads the league in sacks presently.  They have Ngakoue and Campbell with former third overall pick Dante Fowler and 2017 3rd round pick Dawune Smoot backing them up. 

Campbell moves all around the DL and kicks inside on passing downs. Fowler is not a consistent edge rusher. Ngakoue is nice but not many think he is going to he a perennial 12+ sack guy. We need edge rush help/depth and could definitely use a premier guy.

We had 10 sacks last week against a terrible Houston OL. Had one this past week against an above average group. 

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I think 19 is a great spot to upgrade the OL. Bucs are good at safety for now with Ward/Evans so if the rook isn't ready to play CB or at the very least some nickel he is useless. Not familiar with the prospect you have us mocked there.

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based on whos available i would Strongly lean towards Christian Wilkens for the jags even tho we have a very low need for him.  i would also Consider Fitzpatrick and McFadden as we need a New Nickle corner. 

if you want to give the jags a WR i would lean towards Courtland Sutton who could bring a similiar skillset to the potentially departing Allen Robinson. 

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Great Bengals pick.  but if Dalton doesn't turn it up about five notches, which I think he will under Lazor, then a QB has to be in play mas well.  Personally, I'm grabbing as many offensive linemen as I can in this draft in the first few rounds.

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Being as Ryan Pace is a BPA drafter, according to himself, I'd be shocked if he passed on derwin James @ 8. Although I do really like James Washington as a prospect.

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On ‎9‎/‎19‎/‎2017 at 11:45 PM, EroR said:

8: Chicago Bears: James Washington WR Oklahoma State 

thank you for not mocking Derwin James to the bears.  the bears shown no interest in drafting a safety in this years draft when they had adams and hooker there and they will have no interest in James.  WR, LT or OLB.  8 might be a little too high for the bears.  they are top 4 material.  But good job not falling into the mock draft trap with the bears.   

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5 hours ago, pigsooie5 said:

Being as Ryan Pace is a BPA drafter, according to himself, I'd be shocked if he passed on derwin James @ 8. Although I do really like James Washington as a prospect.

the bears philosophy is don't draft safeties before the 4th round. 

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