Thoughts on my 3 round NFL Mock Draft?

Round 1

1. Colts: QB Andrew Luck

2. Redskins: QB Robert Griffin III

3. Vikings: OT Matt Kalil

4. Browns: RB Trent Richardson

5. Buccaneers: CB Morris Claiborne

6. Rams: WR Justin Blackmon

7. Jaguars: DE Melvin Ingram

8. Dolphins: QB Ryan Tannehill

9. Panthers: DT Dontari Poe

10. Bills: OT Riley Reiff

11. Chiefs: LB Luke Kuechly

12. Seahawks: DE Quinton Coples

13. Cardinals: OT Jonathan Martin

14. Cowboys: S Mark Barron

15. Eagles: OT Mike Adams

16. Jets: LB Courtney Upshaw

17. Bengals: OG David DeCastro

18. Chargers: DT Michael Brockers

19. Bears: OT Cordy Glenn

20. Titans: CB Dre Kirkpatrick

21. Bengals: CB Stephon Gilmore

22. Browns: WR Michael Floyd

23. Lions: CB Janoris Jenkins

24. Steelers: LB Dont'a Hightower

25. Broncos: DT Fletcher Cox

26. Texans: WR Kendall Wright

27. Patriots: DE Whitney Mercilus

28. Packers: DE Andre Branch

29. Ravens: C Peter Konz

30. 49ers: TE Coby Fleener

31. Patriots: DT Jerel Worthy

32. Giants: LB Lavonte David

Round 2

1. Rams: DT Kendall Reyes

2. Colts: WR Stephen Hill

3. Vikings: S Harrison Smith

4. Buccaneers: RB Lamar Miller

5. Browns: QB Brandon Weeden

6. Jaguars: WR Alshon Jeffery

7. Rams: DE Chandler Jones

8. Panthers: DE Nick Perry

9. Bills: LB Zach Brown

10. Dolphins: DE Vinny Curry

11. Seahawks: LB Ronnell Lewis

12. Chiefs: DT Devon Still

13. Cowboys: OG Kevin Zeitler

14. Eagles: LB Mychal Kendricks

15. Jets: WR Reuben Randle

16. Patriots: CB Alfonzo Dennard

17. Chargers: OT Bobby Massie

18. Bears: TE Dwayne Allen

19. Eagles: S Brandon Taylor

20. Titans: DT Brandon Thompson

21. Bengals: WR Mohamed Sanu

22. Falcons: DT Alameda Ta'amu

23. Lions: OG Amini Silatolu

24. Steelers: DT Billy Winn

25. Broncos: CB Jamell Fleming

26. Texans: LB Bobby Wagner

27. Packers: CB Jayron Hosley

28. Ravens: LB Nigel Bradham

29. 49ers: OG Kelechi Osemele

30. Patriots: RB Doug Martin

31. Giants: RB David Wilson

Round 3

1. Colts: DT Mike Martin

2. Rams: OT Zebrie Sanders

3. Vikings: WR Brian Quick

4. Browns: OT Mitchell Schwartz

5. Buccaneers: S Antonio Allen

6. Redskins: LB Vontaze Burfict

7. Jaguars: OT Donald Stephonson

8. Bills: WR AJ Jenkins

9. Dolphins: WR Tommy Streeter

10. Dolphins: S Phillip Thomas

11. Chiefs: QB Brock Osweiler

12. Seahawks: TE Orson Charles

13. Texans: OG Jeff Allen

14. Jets: OG James Brown

15. Chargers: DE Shea McClellin

16. Bears: OG Joe Looney

17. Cardinals: QB Kirk Cousins

18. Cowboys: CB Chase Minnifield

19. Titans: S Robert Blanton

20. Bengals: CB Brandon Boykin

21. Falcons: CB Josh Robinson

22. Lions: DE Olivier Vernon

23. Steelers: RB Chris Polk

24. Broncos: QB Nick Foles

25. Eagles: DT Mike Daniels

26. Saints: CB Trumaine Johnson

27. Packers: RB LaMichael James

28. Ravens: LB James Michael Johnson

29. 49ers: WR Nick Toon

30. Patriots: CB Dwight Bentley

31. Giants: CB Leonard Johnson

32. Raiders: LB Sean Spence

Any feedback, whether positive or negative, is very welcome. I will respond to your comments/criticisms. Thanks.

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  • 9 years ago
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    I've noticed one way in which your mock draft doesn't tend to follow draft typical history. Normally teams that are up near the start of the draft order are going to focus on offense. Normally that means you're obviously starting out with QB's. Then after that, you're normally looking at big guys for the offensive line since they are needed to protect the money invested quarterback, allow the run and pass games to happen, get injured a descent bit during the season (so replacements are usually needed), and big ones are hard to come by so they go fast. Then you likely get one or two high quality WR's thrown in the mix. Towards the middle or end of the draft round is where the RB's and defensive players are usually picked up.

    Most teams are first worried about the offense and getting their big men.

    And for 2nd round for the Colts, I wouldn't expect them to get a wide receiver. While the Colts did lose Garcon and Gonzalez. Gonzalez was already out most of the time injured. And the Colts picked up Avery in the free agent market as cheap speedy replacement for Garcon. With the loss of Dallas Clark, Saturday and others I'd expect them to go after a TE or a big guy for their offensive line. They've picked up a few big guys for the O-line from the Eagles and there are a few they picked up last year. But last year they were super weak on the O-line and the guys they picked up last year for the O-line were out most of the year injured. And I'd think they want one or two guys better than the guys they picked up in free agency. And with the addition of Luck, they'll want some big guys on the O-line to protect him.

    For the 3rd round, defense could be on their mind since they will be working on switching to a 3-4 defense. They may also look at a RB around this stage. They did lose Joseph Addai so they might want to replace him, but Delone Carter and Donald Brown both kinda stepped up last year some.

    If the Colts grab a WR, I'd think it'd likely be around the 4th round.

  • TK
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    9 years ago

    It's way over my head. I'm amazed you have LK going to the Chiefs with the 11th pick. I hope you're right.

    I don't expect that Belichek will keep both first round draft picks. He might surprise you and try to do a deal with the Eagles for their first round pick this year and next with his two first rounders and a Patriots offensive lineman like Marcus Cannon. It might happen if a guy like the LSU DE is available with the 15th pick. (He strikes me as another Richard Seymour.) The Eagles need to protect Vick or their investments in Vick and Desean make no sense. Getting a kid who can play right away plus two first round picks for another OL and LB would make sense to me.

    I don't think you'll see the Pats take a running back in the 3d round. They have two RBs who should be healthy and ready to start. More likely the Pats will be looking for another CB or a Safety with this pick.

    I appreciate all your work. Have a great week!

  • 9 years ago

    Thats about right for the 49ers. However, they might draft OG in the 1st round since they dont have starting OG

  • 9 years ago

    I really don't like the Packers won well i like the first round but the other two are bad in the first three rounds we will be definitly be getting a OLB in one of those rounds. But other wise this is pretty good

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  • 9 years ago

    Nowhere near enough WRs...

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    18. Bears: TE Dwayne Allen

    still fail...for the same reasons I gave you last time you asked

  • 9 years ago

    well idk if the browns are going to draft a rb in the first round but other than that it seems legit

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