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    Mo's Post Senior Bowl Mock Draft

    Trade
    Antonio Cromartie for a 2nd Rounder + 6th Rounder

    Mock Draft
    1st - Barkevious Mingo (OLB, LSU)
    2nd - Stepfan Taylor (RB, Stanford)
    2nd - Larry Warford (OG, Kentucky)
    3rd - E.J. Manuel (QB, Florida State)
    4th - Jonathan Cyprien (S, Florida International)
    5th - Aaron Dobson (WR, Marshall)
    6th - Nick Kasa (TE, Colorado)
    6th - Alvin Bailey (OG, Arkansas)
    7th - Mark Harrison (WR, Rutgers)

    Speed for the defense in Mingo and Cyprien, major offensive talent added with three potential starters.

    Fire away!

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    I'd sign up for that.

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    who are the 3 potential starters on offense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinstar View Post
    who are the 3 potential starters on offense.
    Guessing he thinks Taylor,Warford and Kasa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by section314 View Post
    Guessing he thinks Taylor,Warford and Kasa?
    Actually I meant Manuel. I think with his ability to evade the rush and make plays with both his arms and his feet he has the potential to have success even as a rookie starter.

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    Nice mock, and one of the few to address Oline, OLB and Safety

    like Cyprien in the 4th

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    I really like it.

    I'm interested to see how fast Taylor runs. I get the feeling he might be a high 4.5s guy and that could drop him a little.

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    Alvin Bailey is likely to be the 3rd or 4th G in this draft. 0 chance he falls that far. He should be one of the stronger Gs in this draft which means his stock will go up after the combine. Needs to improve on his pass blocking but is technically sound and a massive beast.

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    Wow, I really like your first five picks. Nice job!

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    You deserve a round of applause for this. Spot on Mo

    As for concerns about Bailey, the guard class is the deepest in talent than Theres been in years. Can't go wrong with anyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flaming Mo View Post
    Trade
    Antonio Cromartie for a 2nd Rounder + 6th Rounder

    Mock Draft
    1st - Barkevious Mingo (OLB, LSU)
    2nd - Stepfan Taylor (RB, Stanford)
    2nd - Larry Warford (OG, Kentucky)
    3rd - E.J. Manuel (QB, Florida State)
    4th - Jonathan Cyprien (S, Florida International)
    5th - Aaron Dobson (WR, Marshall)
    6th - Nick Kasa (TE, Colorado)
    6th - Alvin Bailey (OG, Arkansas)
    7th - Mark Harrison (WR, Rutgers)

    Speed for the defense in Mingo and Cyprien, major offensive talent added with three potential starters.

    Fire away!
    I like it. Replace Stephen Taylor with Giovani Bernard and I am in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 24 View Post
    I like it. Replace Stephen Taylor with Giovani Bernard and I am in!
    I would TOTALLY agree. dream draft.

    BUT, the thread does say its the draft after the senior bowl so technically by those rules Taylor would be the pick.

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    This is s bad draft.

    Mingo has no strength at the POA and should be a weakside LBer in the 43.

    Taylor is a nice player but not in the 2nd round and not this early

    Warford is a RG only player and while strong as an OX you don't take this player in the 2nd.

    Manuel has never read a defense in his life.

    Don't know a thing about the safety. Here's something i would like to know and that is the story of cooper Taylor the cincy SS.

    This draft is full of question marks and players that can play only 1 position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronxville Jets Fan View Post
    Wow, I really like your first five picks. Nice job!
    What could you possibly not like about Dobson? That would be a great pick in the 5th IMO. I don't even think WR is a need but that is value there.

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    I think dobson will be gone in the 3rd or 4th. I'm sure a team will fall in love with him and reach a little.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinstar View Post
    This is s bad draft.

    Mingo has no strength at the POA and should be a weakside LBer in the 43.

    Taylor is a nice player but not in the 2nd round and not this early

    Warford is a RG only player and while strong as an OX you don't take this player in the 2nd.

    Manuel has never read a defense in his life.

    Don't know a thing about the safety. Here's something i would like to know and that is the story of cooper Taylor the cincy SS.

    This draft is full of question marks and players that can play only 1 position.
    What does "RG only player", mean? You know that he isnt versatile enough to play LG? Plus we actually need a RG.

    Everything Ive read about warford has been very positive and he seems like a solid second round pick.

    I dont want anything to do with mingo....with the hurryup offesnes etc, a guy like him can get attacked very easily in the run game.

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    give me cordarelle patterson in the first. that guy is incredible. enough defense in the first round. the jets need to score.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglenj View Post
    What does "RG only player", mean? You know that he isnt versatile enough to play LG? Plus we actually need a RG.

    Everything i've read about warford has been very positive and he seems like a solid second round pick.

    I dont want anything to do with mingo....with the hurryup offesnes etc, a guy like him can get attacked very easily in the run game.
    He is a solid 2nd round pick. A late 2nd round to early 3rd round.

    In the NFL, the teams that draft players that can do more than 1 thing are the teams that manage the cap well and maintain long term success. If u draft a RT only in the 1st round or a RG only in the 1st or early 2nd round you mis manage the draft the cap and the long term success of your team.

    RT only means a player who can only play the RT position.

    RG only means the player can only play the RG position.


    In his draft he would rather take Warford in the 2nd than say Barrett Jones who we know can play OC or OG. A player like Eric Fisher who can play LT or RT.

    The Jets need OL and because of the lack of Quality depth it would be much better to take Players who can slide from 1 position to another if someone gets hurt. Especially when the Value is there and the need matches up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinstar View Post
    He is a solid 2nd round pick. A late 2nd round to early 3rd round.

    In the NFL, the teams that draft players that can do more than 1 thing are the teams that manage the cap well and maintain long term success. If u draft a RT only in the 1st round or a RG only in the 1st or early 2nd round you mis manage the draft the cap and the long term success of your team.

    RT only means a player who can only play the RT position.

    RG only means the player can only play the RG position.


    In his draft he would rather take Warford in the 2nd than say Barrett Jones who we know can play OC or OG. A player like Eric Fisher who can play LT or RT.

    The Jets need OL and because of the lack of Quality depth it would be much better to take Players who can slide from 1 position to another if someone gets hurt. Especially when the Value is there and the need matches up.
    OK, first off i am in complete agreement about barret jones, i think he would be an exceptional pick as he can literally fill in at all 3 spots on the line if necessary and would prefer him over a player like warford.

    That being said, I think it very very difficult to find that type of versatility and other then "jones over warford" im not sure where else it would come into play. Is warmack or jon cooper a "RG or LG only" (i believe cooper has some center ability but again, never played it in a game)? We simply dont know what warfords learning curve is with technique etc and whether or not he could fill in at LG so tryign to find that versatility is extremely difficult.

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    Quote Originally Posted by augustiniak View Post
    give me cordarelle patterson in the first. that guy is incredible. enough defense in the first round. the jets need to score.
    Who's going to throw him the ball. Who's going to block so who we don't have to throw him the ball . The last thing the Jets need is Larry Fitzgerald when all they have to throw him the Ball is who again.

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