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2 RD MOCK DRAFT - (NO TRADES) 2nd Try

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I really messed up the 2nd round last time.

Here is another shot: 

1-- A Philly fan didn't like Terrell Lewis in rd 2. Why? Injuries or don't want the position? Linebackers from Philly aren't very good. He shows good promise able to rush and defend the pass. Getting good value here, aren't we?

2-- I think the Giants need to establish an identity. Over the years it's been defense. In this case I think they should look to establish it on offense. 

3-- I was tempted to have Brown at 3 instead of Okudah.  Or at 7 ahead of Simmons. Don't think they would do. 

4--  After Burrow gets drafted, if I were a team needing a QB I'd be aggressive going after Tua. 

 

1st Round

#01. CINCINNATI: Joe Burrow, QB, L.S.U.
 
#02. WASHINGTON: Chase Young, DE, Ohio State.
 
#03. DETROIT: Jeffrey Okudah, CB, Ohio State.
 
#04. N.Y. GIANTS: Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama.
 
#05. MIAMI: Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama.
 
#06. L.A. CHARGERS: Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon.
 
#07. CAROLINA:  Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson.
 
#08. ARIZONA: Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa.
 
#09. JACKSONVILLE: Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn.
 
#10. CLEVELAND: Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville.
 
#11. N.Y. JETS  Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia.
 
#12. LAS VEGAS  CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma.
 
#13. SAN FRANCISCO: Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama.
 
#14. TAMPA BAY:  K'Lavon Chaisson, DE/OLB, L.S.U.
 
#15. DENVER: Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama.
 
#16. ATLANTA: Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina.
 
#17. DALLAS: C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida.
 
#18. MIAMI:  D'Andre Swift, RB, Georgia.
 
#19. LAS VEGAS:  Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson.
 
#20. JACKSONVILLE:  Kristian Fulton, CB, L.S.U.
 
#21. PHILADELPHIA: Justin Jefferson, WR, L.S.U.
 
#22. MINNESOTA:   Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor.
 
#23. NEW ENGLAND: Jordan Love, QB, Utah State.
 
#24. NEW ORLEANS:  Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama.
 
#25. MINNESOTA:  A.J. Epenesa, DE, Iowa.
 
#26. MIAMI:  Josh Jones, OT, Houston
 
#27. SEATTLE: Yetur Gross-Matos, DE, Penn State.
 
#28. BALTIMORE: Patrick Queen, ILB, L.S.U.
 
#29. TENNESSEE: Austin Jackson, OT, U.S.C.
 
#30. GREEN BAY: Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State.
 
#31. SAN FRANCISCO: Xavier McKinney, S/CB, Alabama.
 

#32. KANSAS CITY: Noah Igbinoghene, CB, Auburn.

 

 

2nd ROUND:

 

 
#33. CINCINNATI:  Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma.
 
#34. INDIANAPOLIS:  Jalen Reagor, WR, T.C.U.
 
#35. DETROIT: Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma
 
#36. N.Y. GIANTS:  Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado.
 
#37. L.A. CHARGERS:  Ezra Cleveland, OT, Boise State.
 
#38. CAROLINA:  Ross Blacklock, DT, T.C.U.
 
#39. MIAMI: XZack Baun, OLB, Wisconsin.
 
#40. HOUSTON:  KJ Hamler, WR, Penn State.
 
#41. CLEVELAND: Grant Delpit, S, L.S.U.
 
#42. JACKSONVILLE:  Michael Pittman Jr., WR, U.S.C.
 
#43. CHICAGO:  Cesar Ruiz, C/OG, Michigan.
 
#44. INDIANAPOLIS: Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame
 
#45. TAMPA BAY: Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn.
 
#46. DENVER:  Lloyd Cushenberry, C, L.S.U.
 
#47. ATLANTA: Jeff Gladney, CB, T.C.U.
 
#48. N.Y. JETS:   A.J. Terrell, CB, Clemson.
 
#49. PITTSBURGH: Jacob Eason, QB, Washington.
 
#50. CHICAGO: Antoine Winfield Jr., S, Minnesota.
 
#51. DALLAS: Julian Okwara, DE/OLB, Notre Dame.
 
#52. L.A. RAMS: Ashyton Davis, CB, California. 
 
#53. PHILADELPHIA: Terrell Lewis , Edge/LB, Alabama.
 
#54. BUFFALO:  Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin.
 
#55. ATLANTA: (From New England.) Robert Hunt, OG/OT, Louisana
 
#56. MIAMI: (From New Orleans.) Tyler Biadasz, C/OG, Wisconsin.
 
#57. HOUSTON:  Josh Uche, Edge/LB, Michigan.
 
#58. MINNESOTA:  Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah.
 
#59. SEATTLE: AIsaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia.
 
#60. BALTIMORE: J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio State.
 
#61. TENNESSEE:  Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia.
 
#62. GREEN BAY: ole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame.
 
#63. KANSAS CITY: Cam Akers, RB, Florida State.
 
#64: SEATTLE: (From San Francisco via Kansas City.) Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina
Edited by JStar221
changed pick 64

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Do you really think the Colts will draft 2 WRs in round 2? I think CB, Edge or TE could be options. 
Also you have Chase Claypool drafted twice (44 and 64) 

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1 hour ago, Wyld Stallyns said:

Do you really think the Colts will draft 2 WRs in round 2? I think CB, Edge or TE could be options. 
Also you have Chase Claypool drafted twice (44 and 64) 

I think they should. ANd I think it possible.  Players drafted in rd 2 are not sure things. They got the OLINE but they have to be sure / certain they have enough quality receivers. Philly's 2nd rd WR pick was a bust last year I believe (I know one can always find busts but the point is that 2nd rd pick is not a sure thing but Colts have to be sure they get quality receivers). . Colts can't "wait" for players to emerge after a year or 2. I would double up if I were them. This is an usual circumstance. As far as TE's -- I think the WR's are more valuable for this team at this moment trying to win right now. Further, in my mock I have the best TE going last few picks of rd 2 so I didn't think much of them. 

 

Sure maybe an edge. With that said, DeForest Buckner is going to help that D quite a bit. 

 And for CB -- they have Sin and Rhodes. They can get a CB in rd 3 if need be. 

 

That 64th pick should've been Edwards WR from South Carolina. I could've sworn I changed it before copying it into here. I'll change now.

 

Thanks!! . 

Edited by JStar221
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Ravens fans always want an explanation when we pick a runningback high.

If we pick a running back high, we are essentially demoting either a speedy Justice Hill to be a backup or a cut. The same with a perfect scheme fit in Gus Edwards, or cutting our most expensive but best runningback in Mark Ingram.

We would essentially have to cut/try to trade a good backup and cheap option for a more expensive and unproven option, who would still serve as a backup.

I can't say we won't pick a runningback high, and it could be a BPA option. But on a team with a lot of holes and the RB position being one of the strongest on the team, it makes little sense to pick a RB with the 3 we have under contract and Ingram showing no signs of slowing down.

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1 hour ago, Danand said:

Ravens fans always want an explanation when we pick a runningback high.

If we pick a running back high, we are essentially demoting either a speedy Justice Hill to be a backup or a cut. The same with a perfect scheme fit in Gus Edwards, or cutting our most expensive but best runningback in Mark Ingram.

We would essentially have to cut/try to trade a good backup and cheap option for a more expensive and unproven option, who would still serve as a backup.

I can't say we won't pick a runningback high, and it could be a BPA option. But on a team with a lot of holes and the RB position being one of the strongest on the team, it makes little sense to pick a RB with the 3 we have under contract and Ingram showing no signs of slowing down.

The Ravens have a lot of holes? I'm a Giants fan. If the Ravens have a lot of holes then what might you think of the Giants? 

For the Ravens its a 2nd round pick. A late 2nd round pick. Engram is going to be 31 in December. And you're talking about cutting a backup player for a guy who might even be the best rb by end of season.. Dobbins can be a backup in  year 1 then Engram is a year older - at 32. How long can RB's last in the NFL? IMO a lot of value with this pick. 

 

What were you thinking instead? WR or TE or OL? I just thought the value along with the the current RB's age - drafting a late 2nd rd pick would be good. If Engram goes down or slows down a bit because of age -- you got yourself a late 2nd rd pick ready to step in. 

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Jets HAVE to get a WR in the first two rounds. OT and CB are certainly needs but CB can be addressed later. WR is a must for us either at #11 or #48.

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Can't argue with Murray at 33.  I don't think they'd trade up back in to rd 1 for a LB, but if a rd 1 talent at LB is sitting there in rd 2, then I think they'll pull the trigger.

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Man Ruggs at 15, Cush at 46 and Chinn, Amik Robertson and Logan Wilson still available for those 3rd round picks. It would be a dream. 

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Interesting for the Vikings, I could see it going that way.

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On 30/03/2020 at 1:33 AM, JStar221 said:

That 64th pick should've been Edwards WR from South Carolina. I could've sworn I changed it before copying it into here. I'll change now.

Great! That's way better. Edwards over Claypool pretty easily for me. 
Good draft for the Seahawks. If they're able to sign Clowney (still very possible) then I would prefer Ruiz or J. Taylor over Gross-Matos. 
If not then that's a very good job at identifying the needs of the team! 

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On 3/29/2020 at 9:48 PM, JStar221 said:

#23. NEW ENGLAND: Jordan Love, QB, Utah State.

A complete gamble with a # 1 pick. 

I would fire my GM if he told me his upside value could be huge!. Drafts Experts favorite catch phrase with no skins on the table  If you said Hurts at 23 I would feel a whole lot better than draft flavor of the month.

PS  No way  I'm saying Hurts at 23 but to take Love is just plain reckless.

  "Jordan Love mocked higher. Miller pegs him to the Colts at No. 13, while Brooks has Love landing with the Raiders at No. 12."  They miss on the pick. Honey whats for supper! GM LinkedIn!

This is what I have on Love. He has all the traits Pats Mahomes but crap to back it up. Please,  highlight reels

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FYI the Ravens own pick 55 (acquired in the Hayden Hurst trade)

That draft isn't ideal, but I don't hate it.  Not sure I could say the same for other Ravens fans though

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Kmet in the 2nd is an absolutely horrible pick for the Packers...and it's just not realistic at all.

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Yeah boy lets get it for the Falcons   Kinlaw + Gladney = Homerun for the Falcons in the 1st 2 rounds A+ draft on our end and if we can snag a really good SLB in round 3 to team with those 2 the draft will be perfect for us.

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