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04-10-2014, 06:20 PM
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If Barr is there at 22 I'd take him.
Me too, but somethings up with him. Athletic, gets to the QB, still new to the position. Doesn't add up.

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Eagles tried to trade Brandon Graham and a 2nd for Dion Jordan. Apparently this is something both teams may revisit after june 1st or during the draft.
do it, every day of the week.

Hopefully they do it for NEXT years draft picks.

Eagles can add a defensive back/wr/pass rusher in this draft and then Jordan for this season.

I think people would stop crying about MeSean Jackson then.

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Former #1 recruit WR Dorial Green-Beckham just got the boot from Missouri too bad he can't enter in the supplemental draft this year. He'll likely have to go to an FCS school to finish out his junior year then enter the draft next year.

Edit: NVM apparently the dude broke into a house & assaulted a female but the charges were dropped because no witnesses would come forward out of fear of retribution.


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I'm watching NFL live right now & they got McShay on talking about his mock draft. He had Anthony Barr going in the early second round to Oakland. Is McShay being bold here or did Barr's stock really drop that much lately?
Damn. He was projected as a top 10 pick a couple of months ago.

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Schedule released tomorrow night.

It is on at 8 on the deuce.

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so far the Eagles are at the Colts week 2 for MNF, and week 10 they are home on MNF against Carolina.

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Eagles are finally playing the Cowboys on Thanksgiving. I've been waiting forever.

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Schedule here:

http://espn.go.com/nfl/team/schedule...delphia-eagles

Those last 5 games to end the season are going to fun

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So 2 Monday and 2 Sunday night games?

Not bad

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Looks like 16-0 to me.

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Looks like 16-0 to me.
Yup nothing but cup cakes all season long. Anything under 15-1 will be a disappointment.

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Huh?
http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/10...us-army-ranger

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Yeaaa thats awesome haha.

What wierd is looking around he is listed as a WR, DE, and a TE.

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That's a big boy. 6'9" 277lbs.

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at least he isnt a fire fighter.

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at least he isnt a fire fighter.
And they didn't waste a first round pick.

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I was liking the idea of Kyle Fuller out of VT being on the board possibly at #22 but that's pretty unlikely now since he's really shot up the charts lately (being talked about as possibly the first CB off the board & top 10 pick).

Hopefully with Bradley Roby's recent arrest it knocks him out of the first round, one of the most overrated players in this draft in my opinion, he got torched by every quality wide out he went up against this year at OSU.

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Watching Villanueva play WR was one of the most awkward things I've ever seen on a football field. He's a longshot, but with our DLine depth, anything is possible. Might be a guy to keep on the practice squad and keep in the organization.

Roby is good. He was just so inconsistent this year. At times he was the best corner in the country. Others, he didn't seem to care. Not that I want the Eagles to take him, but the talent is there. He seems like a guy that could be one of the best in the league in a few years or out of the league. The fact that he's still mentioned as a first rounder despite his off the field stuff is a testament to his talent level. He doesn't appear to be a great decision maker.

Some talk of the Eagles moving up. I guess if you target a guy, go get him, but we only have 6 picks to begin with. I would hate to come out of this draft with only 4 or 5 guys.

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I want to see some Round 1 predictions.

Seems like there is a good chance a defensive back or wide out will be BPA at 22. I'll guess Marqise Lee WR So Cal.

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I want to see some Round 1 predictions.

Seems like there is a good chance a defensive back or wide out will be BPA at 22. I'll guess Marqise Lee WR So Cal.
Peter King has the Eagles trading up to grab Odell Beckham.

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here is my first Mock Draft attempt of the first 4 rounds of the NFL draft. I only included a partial analysis of the first round and I plan on doing a full analysis of the first 3 rounds by tomorrow night before the draft. Please let me know what you guys think, I put a lot of work and a lot of time into this so I would love to know what you guys would change or what you agree with or basically whatever.

1st Round
1. Houston- Jadaveon Clowney, DE South Carolina
Absolute freak of nature, Clowney and Watt together will be a force in the AFC South for years to come.

2.St. Louis- Sammy Watkins, WR Clemson
The Rams get Sam Bradford another weapon alongside Tavon Austin who should be able to step in immediately and make an impact.

3.Jacksonville- Khalil Mack, OLB Buffalo
While my gut tells me that the Jags would love to trade out of this spot, they settle for one of the best LB prospects in recent history.

4. Cleveland- Mike Evans, WR Texas A&M
I get the impression that the Browns are going select a QB later in this draft, so they select Mike Evans to go along with Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron to finally give the Browns some solid skill players.

5.Oakland- Johnny Manziel, QB Texas A&M
Honestly this just feels like a typical raiders pick, the ghost of Al Davis lives on.

6.Atlanta- Greg Robinson, OT Auburn
Atlanta lucks out and gets the top rated OT at the 6th spot to help protect Matty Ice.

7.Tampa Bay- Aaron Donald, DT Pittsburgh
This guy is going to be an absolute stud given the right system. Donald is a prototypical 4-3 Tampa 2 DT who is going to wreck havoc in the NFC South.

8.Minnesota- Blake Bortles, QB USF
Minnesota finally gets a franchise QB. The Big Ben comparisons are getting beaten to death but even I have to admit they have a very similar playing style.

9.Buffalo- Eric Ebron, TE North Carolina
Ebron is the most complete TE in this draft, he runs great routes and has big soft hands to haul in the tough catches in traffic. Ebron is exactly the toy EJ Manuel to help him take his game to the next level.

10. Detroit- Justin Gilbert, CB Oklahoma State
This pick was between Dennard and Gilbert here, Gilbert is the more athletic corner and fits Detroit's attacking 4-3 scheme a bit better.

11. Tennessee- Anthony Barr, OLB UCLA
Barr's stock has been dropping a little bit since people have been nitpicking his playing style saying he doesnt have a great feel for the game, but I dont think the Titans can pass on him here and miss out on the opportunity to draft a player with the type of athleticism that Barr has.

12.New York Giants- Jake Mathews, OT Texas A&M
The Giants desperately need help on the OL and land an outstanding player in Mathews, who could easily have been the first OT taken in this draft.

13. St. Louis- Taylor Lewan, OT Michigan
While some Rams fan might want to select a safety here, I believe protecting Sam Bradford needs to be the next priority for the Rams in order for them to become contenders in the NFC West.

14.Chicago- Timmy Jernigan, DT Florida State
Darqueze Dennard could easily be the pick here, but I think adding Jernigan and LaMarr Houston to a porous bears DL makes it a lot tougher to run inside along with helping collapse the pocket.

15. Pittsburgh- Odell Beckam Jr. , WR LSU
Big Ben needs some help, adding ODB to go opposite of Antonio Brown adds some serious speed to that WR core and ODB is not afraid to go over the middle.

16. Dallas- Calvin Pryor, SS/FS Louisville
Pryor is a physical, extremely hard working safety who is a better fit for the cowboys than Haha Clinton-Dix in my opinion. Pryor is a tone setter and will be quickly become one of the harder hitting safeties in the league.

17. Baltimore- Darqueze Dennard, CB Michigan State
Dennard is an absolute steal in this spot, however I think the ravens will be looking to trade back unless someone of Dennards caliber is still on the board in which case you have to take him.

18.New York Jets- Brandin Cooks, WR Oregon State
The Jets only threat at WR is Eric Decker, thats until Brandin Cooks steps on the field. Cooks is a playmaker who can contribute on special teams along with providing a WR role much like that of Percy Harvin and Tavon Austin.

19.Miami- Zach Martin, OT Notre Dame
If Miami wants to have any chance of contending in the AFC East, then they have to keep Tannehill upright. This OL was a mess last year and Martin is a solid OT.

20.Arizona- Teddy Bridgewater, QB Louisville
Carson Palmer is not getting any younger and has always had injury concerns. Enter Teddy Bridgewater who can sit behind Palmer for a year or so and develop his game.

21.Green Bay- CJ Mosley, ILB Alabama
Green Bay would be jumping for joy if Mosley dropped to where they were slotted to pick, Mosley has great instincts to go along with superior athleticism at the ILB position.

22.Philadelphia- Kyle Fuller, CB Virginia Tech
Fuller is exactly the type of CB needed for Billy Davis's defense,possessing all the physical tools needed to succeed. Within a year or 2 this guy is going to be a premier player in this league.

23.Kansas City- Marqise Lee, WR USC
Kansas City needs a WR to go along with Dwayne Bowe, and while Lee did not perform up to par this year he has all the talent in the world to become a great player in the NFL.

24.Cincinnati- HaHa Clinton Dix, FS Alabama
After seeing Philly pass on HHCD, Cinci is ecstatic and makes this pick within 10 seconds.

25. San Diego- Bradley Roby, CB Ohio State
Roby has all the physical gifts to become a star player in the NFL, he just needs to be coached up right and put into a position to succeed in his first year. I do not believe he will be an impact player his rookie year but given the right circumstances he can definitely contribute.

26.Cleveland- Derek Carr, QB Fresno State
Cleveland uses this pick to add a QB that they hope can beat out Bobby Hoyer. Personally I think they should stick with Hoyer but given Hoyers history it would be wise for the Browns to infuse as much talent into the position as possible. I dont think Carr should be a starter as a rookie but like Bridgewater if he is able to sit behind a QB and develop his game this pick could finally bring the Browns the QB they've been waiting so desperately long for.

27.New Orleans- Jason Verrett, CB TCU
If Verrett was a few inches taller he would be in consideration for top CB in this draft, he is a tenacious player who always seems to have a knack for the ball. Rob Ryan will absolutely love this guy and plays a lot like Brent Grimes.

28.Carolina- Morgan Moses, OT Virginia
After Jordan Gross retiring, priority number 1 for the Panthers is protecting Cam Newton, while a lot of panthers fans might be clamoring for a WR here, this is a deep draft at WR and Morgan Moses has a ton of potential.

29.New England- Louis Nix III, DT Notre Dame
I kept going back and forth between Ra'Shede Hageman and Nix III, while Hageman provides versatility along the DL, I think Nix III is the perfect replacement for when Wilfork steps down.

30. San Francisco- Bruce Ellington, WR South Carolina
San Francisco makes a surprise pick and selects the blazing fast Ellington. Ellington provides the speed and agility that Crabtree and Boldin do not posses and also contributes on special teams adding to an already dangerous team.

31.Denver- Xavier Su’a-Filo, G UCLA
After Zane Beadles leaving for Jacksonville in free agency, Denver beefs up the OL and adds a punishing run blocker in Filo.

32.Seattle – Austin Sefarian Jenkins, TE Washington
This pick was between Jace Amaro and Jenkins for me, I think Seattle goes with Jenkins due to being more of a complete TE than Amaro but either one would be a great fit for them.

2nd round
Houston- Jimmy Garoppolo, QB Eastern Illinois
Washington- Joel Bitonio, OT Nevada
Cleveland- Carlos Hyde, RB Ohio State
Oakland- Cyrus Kouandijo , OT Alabama
Atlanta- Dee Ford , OLB/DE Auburn
Tampa Bay- Davante Adams, WR Fresno State
Jacksonville- Jordan Mathews, WR Vanderbilt
Minnesota- Ryan Shazier , OLB Ohio State
Buffalo- Deone Bucannon, S Washington State
Tennessee- Bishop Sankey, RB Washington
New York Giants- Jace Amaro, TE Texas Tech
St. Louis- Jimmy Ward, S Northern Illinois
Detroit- Terrence Brooks, S Florida State
Pittsburgh- Ra’Shede Hageman, DT Minnesota
Dallas- Kony Ealy, DE Missouri
Baltimore- Allen Robinson , WR Penn State
New York Jets- Stan-Jean Baptiste , CB Wisconsin
Miami Dolphins- Jeremy Ataochu , DE/OLB Georgia Tech
Chicago- Lamarcus Joyner, CB/S Florida State
Arizona- Marcus Smith, OLB/DE Louisville
Green Bay- Stephon Tuitt , DE Notre Dame
Philadelphia- Cody Latimer , WR Indiana
Cincinnati- Kyle Van Noy, OLB BYU
San Francisco- Phillip Gaines, CB Rice
San Diego- Demarcus Lawrence , OLB Boise State
New Orleans- Marcus Martin , C USC
Indianapolis- Dominique Easley, DT Florida
Carolina- Kelvin Benjamin, WR Florida State
San Francisco- Brent Urban, DE Virginia
New England- Troy Niklas, TE Notre Dame
Denver- Pierre Desir , CB Lindenwood
Seattle- Jarvis Landry , WR LSU

3rd Round
Houston- Ju’Wuan James, OT Tennessee
Washington- Jaylen Watkins, CB Florida
Oakland- Charles Sims, RB WVU
Atlanta- Tre Mason, RB Auburn
Tampa Bay- Bashaud Breeland, CB Clemson
Jacksonville- CJ Fiedorowicz, TE Iowa
Cleveland- Trai Turner , G LSU
Minnesota- Martavis Bryant , WR Clemson
Buffalo- Keith McGill, CB Utah
New York Giants- Chris Borland, ILB Wisconsin
St. Louis- Marcus Roberson, CB Florida
Detroit- Brandon Thomas, G Clemson
San Francisco- Kareem Martin, DE North Carolina
Dallas- Daquan Jones, DT Penn State
Baltimore- Jeremy Hill, RB LSU
New York Jets- Gabe Jackson, G Mississippi State
Miami- Donte Moncrief, WR Ole Miss
Chicago- Dri Archer, RB Kent State
Cleveland- Caraun Reid, DT Princeton
Arizona-Weston Richburg, C Colorado State
Green Bay- Ed Stinson, DE Alabama
Philadelphia- Christian Jones, LB Florida State
Kansas City- Telvin Smith, OLB Louisville
San Diego- Justin Ellis, DT Louisiana Tech
Indianapolis- Taylor Hart, DE Oregon
New Orleans- Paul Richardson, WR Colorado
Carolina- Robert Herron, WR Wyoming
New England- Cyril Richardson, G Baylor
San Francisco- Trent Murphy, OLB/DE Stanford
Denver- Devonta Freeman, RB Fresno State
Minnesota- John Brown, WR Pittsburgh
Steelers- Antonio Richardson, OT Tennessee
Green Bay- Aaron Colvin, CB Oklahoma
Baltimore- Jackson Jeffcoat, DE Texas
San Francisco- Craig Loston, S LSU

4th Round
Houston- Kadeem Carey, RB Arizona
Washington- Ego Ferguson, DT LSU
Atlanta- Russel Bodine, C North Carolina
New York Jets- Brock Vereen, S Minnesota
Jacksonville- Will Sutton , DT Arizona State
Cleveland- Antoine Exum, CB Virginia Tech
Oakland- Josh Huff, WR Oregon
Minnesota- Vic Hampton, CB South Carolina
Buffalo- Brandon Coleman, WR Rutgers
St. Louis- Marcel Jensen, TE Fresno State
Detroit- Chris Smith, DE Arkansas
Tennessee- Zach Mettenberger, QB LSU
New York Giants- Jalen Saunders, WR Oklahoma
Jacksonville- Lache Seastrunk, RB Baylor
New York Jets- Kevin Norwood, WR Alabama
Miami- Anthony Johnson, DT LSU
Chicago- Chris Kirksey, OLB Iowa
Pittsburgh- John Urschel, G Penn State
Dallas- Will Clarke , DE WVU
Arizona- Tre Boston, S North Carolina
Green Bay- Adrian Hubbard, OLB Alabama
Philadelphia- David Yankey, G Stanford
Cincinnati- James Gayle, DE Virginia Tech
Kansas City- Loucheiz Purifoy, CB Florida
San Diego- Jordie Tripp, ILB Montana
New Orleans- Prince Shembo, LB Notre Dame
Cleveland- Shayne Skov, ILB Stanford
Carolina- Ahmad Dixon, S Baylor
San Francisco-Billy Turner, OT North Dakota State
New England- Howard Jones, OLB Shepherd
Denver- Shaq Evans, WR UCLA
Seattle- Kelcy Quarles, DT South Carolina
Detroit- Lamin Barrow, OLB LSU
Baltimore- Aaron Lynch, DE USF
Houston- Dez Southward, S Wisconsin
Detroit- Jared Abbrederis, WR Wisconsin
New York Jets- Max Bullough, ILB Michigan State
Baltimore- Anthony Steen, G Alabama
Atlanta- A.C Leonard, TE Tennessee State
New England- Dion Baily

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here is my first Mock Draft attempt of the first 4 rounds of the NFL draft. I only included a partial analysis of the first round and I plan on doing a full analysis of the first 3 rounds by tomorrow night before the draft. Please let me know what you guys think, I put a lot of work and a lot of time into this so I would love to know what you guys would change or what you agree with or basically whatever.
Not bad the only things I don't agree with are:

-I don't think Cleveland takes Evans. I think they go Robinson there. Evans is good, but not 4th overall in deep draft good. You have to go BPA at this point if you are Cleveland.
-I don't think Mathews falls to NYG. I see him going 6th to Atlanta if they stay pat.
-The Eagles will not pass on HaHa for Fuller.

I don't follow the later rounds hard enough to make any decisions on those. But it seems like a lot of talented players fell pretty far in your 2nd round like Van Noy, Benjamin and Tuitt.

If I am Philly, I am happy with this draft, but it would be much better if they take Clinton-Dix in round 1.

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Wow nice job. The first and second rounds look quite realistic. 3rd and 4th rounds you have some big reaches, but still looks good.

Talking about your eagles picks I would be thrilled with Fuller, Latimer, and Jones. I have the Eagles taking a different guard in the 4th round, Dakota Dozier. I'm pumped for this draft.

Again, nice job.

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Thanks guys appreciate the feedback. I wanted to take HHCD but after looking at our cap space next year along with Howie stating that he wasn't impressed by the safeties in this years draft class I felt that Fuller was the best selection. Cary is due a ton of money next year and Bradley fletcher is a FA. I think fuller is going to be a stud and is exactly the type of player billy d is looking for in his CBs. With that being Said if HHCD is the pick I would thrilled as well, if we were to come away with either HHCD, Pryor, Roby, Barr or Fuller in the first I would consider that ideal.

With the mike Evans selection my reasoning was that they already have a bunch of money tied up in the OL and there going to have to give Gordon a raise soon, also I don't think it's that much of a reach either because if he doesn't go 4th, the lowest I can see him going is 7th to Tampa Bay. We might just have to agree to disagree on Evans value!

kelvin Benjamin relies solely on his size, and while that worked in college for him he's not going to be able to rely on that in the NFL, he is a lazy player who isn't a great route runner and should have stayed another year in college. With that being said you can't teach size and if he learns what it takes to be a pro he can definitely develop into a plaxico burress type player. I have tuitt dropping because I see him as a 3-4 DE in a draft were 3-4 DE's aren't in demand in the first 40 picks or so. Also I have van noy dropping in my draft because I think teams realize the ceiling on this kid, he's going to be a solid player but he lacks the athleticism to be special, think Of him as a similar player as to what Connor Barwin is now. Just curious but what players do you consider reaches in the 3rd and 4th?


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I've kind of stopped paying so much attention to the NFL recently as I got more and more pissed off with Fat Andy, but tried to make a little bit more effort last year as Kelly took over.

I have to ask, can Maclin be durable enough to mitigate letting DeSean walk?

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