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    K-Ro's 3 Round Mock. (1.0) [Revis Trade]

    Jets trade Darrelle Revis and Bilal Powell for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13th and 43rd picks overall.

    Round One:

    Jets trade Darrelle Revis and Bilal Powell for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13th and 43rd picks overall.

    Round One:

    1.) Kansas City Chiefs - Luke Joeckel [OT; Texas A&M]
    2.) Jacksonville Jaguars - Jarvis Jones [OLB; Georgia]
    3.) Oakland Raiders - Sharrif Floyd [DT; Florida]
    4.) Philadelphia Eagles - Dee Milliner [CB; Alabama]
    5.) Detroit Lions - Ezekial Ansah [DE/OLB; [DE/OLB; BYU]
    6.) Cleveland Browns - Star Lotulelei [DT; Utah]
    7.) Arizona Cardinals - Geno Smith [QB; WVU]
    8.) Buffalo Bills - Cordarelle Patterson [WR; Tennessee]
    9.) New York Jets - Dion Jordan [OLB; Oregon]
    10.) Tennessee Titans - Star Lotulelei [DT; Utah]
    11.) San Diego Chargers - Eric Fisher [OT; Central Michigan]
    12.) Miami Dolphins - Lane Johnson [LT; Oklahoma]
    13.) San Franciso 49'ers - Kenny Vacccaro [S; Texas]
    14.) Carolina Panthers - Sheldon Richardson [DT; Missouri]
    15.) New Orleans Saints - Damontre Moore [DE/OLB; Texas A&M]
    16.) St. Louis Rams - Chance Warmack [OG; Alabama]
    17.) Pittsburgh Steelers - Barkevious Mingo [OLB; LSU]
    18.) Dallas Cowboys - Jonathan Cooper [OG; UNC]
    19.) New York Giants - Arthur Brown [ILB; K-State]
    20.) Chicago Bears - DJ Fluker [OG/T; Alabama]
    21.) Cincinnati Bengals - Alec Ogletree [LB; Georgia]
    22.) St. Louis Rams - Keenan Allen [WR; California]
    23.) Minnesota Vikings - Justin Hunter [WR; Tennessee]
    24.) Indianapolis Colts - Xavier Rhodes [CB; FSU]
    25.) Minnesoata Vikings - Kawaan Short [DT; Purdue]
    26.) Green Bay Packers - Tyler Eifert [TE; ND]
    27.) Houston Texans - Tavon Austin [WR; WVU]
    28.) Denver Broncos - Eric Reid [S; LSU]
    29.) New England Patriots - Margus Hunt DE; SMU]
    30.) Atlanta Falcons - Bjoern Werner[DE; FSU]
    31.) New York Jets - Jonathan Cyprian, S, FIU
    32.) Baltimore Ravens - Kevin Minter [ILB; LSU]

    Round 2:

    33.) Jaguars - Marcus Trufant CB. Washington
    34.) Jets - Justin Pugh OG/T, Syracuse
    35.) Eagles - Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama
    36.) Lions - Johnthan Banks, CB, Mississippi State
    37.) Bengals - Matt Elam [S, Florida]
    38.) Cardinals - Terron Armstead, OT, Arkansas Pine-Bluff
    39.) Jets - DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson
    40.) Titans - Larry Warford, OG, Tennessee
    41.) Bills - Mike Glennon, QB, NC State
    42.) Dolphins - Logan Ryan, CB, Rutgers
    43.) Bucs - Dante Jones, DE, UCLA
    44.) Panthers - Ryan Swope, WR, A&M
    45.) Chargers - Tank Carradine, DE, FSU
    46.) Rams - DJ Swearinger, S, South Carolina
    47.) Cowboys - John Jenkins, DT - Georgia
    48.) Steelers- Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana Tech
    49.) Giants - Barrett Jones, OG, Alabama
    50.) Bears - Manti Te'o - Notre Dame
    51.) Redskins - Darius Slay CB Mississippi State
    52.) Vikings - Sio Moore LB
    53.) Bengals - Gio Bernard, RB, UNC
    54.) Dolphins - Eddie Lacy RB, Alabama
    55.) Packers - Travis Frederick, C, Wisconsin
    56.) Seahawks - Reid Fragel OT Ohio State
    57.) Texans - Alex Okafor DE Texas
    58.) Broncos - Jordan Poyer CB Oregon State
    59.) Patriots - Robert Woods WR; USC
    60.) Falcons - Dallas Thomas, OT Tennessee
    61.) 49ers - Jamar Taylor, CB
    62.) Ravens - Baccari Rambo, S, Georgia

    Round 3:

    63.) Kansas City Chiefs - Phillip Thomas, S, Nevada
    64.) Jacksonville Jaguars - Matt Barkley, QB, USC
    65.) Detroit Lions - Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor
    66.) Oakland Raiders - Robert Alford, CB, South Louisiana
    67.) Philadelphia Eagles - EJ Manuel, QB, Florida State
    68.) Cleveland Browns - Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse
    69.) Arizona Cardinals - Zach Ertz TE Stanford
    70.) Tennessee Titans - Sio Moore, LB
    71.) Buffalo Bills - Tony Jefferson, S
    72.) New York Jets - Jordan Reed, TE, Florida
    73.) New York Jets - Jaime Collins, OLB, Mississippi State
    74.) San Francisco 49'ers - Kyle Long, OG, Oregon
    75.) New Orleans Saints - Dwayne Gratz, CB, UConn
    76.) San Diego Chargers - Da'Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
    77.) Miami Dolphins - Montee Ball, RB, Wisconsin
    78.) St Louis Rams - Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M
    79.) Pittsburgh Steelers - Sylvester Williams, DT, UNC
    80.) Dallas Cowboys Brennan Williams OT North Carolina
    81.) New York Giants - Will Montgomery DE LSU
    82.) Miami Dolphins - Oday Aboushi OG Virginia
    83.) Minnesota Vikings - David Amerson, CB, NC State
    84.) Cincinnati Bengals - Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State
    85.) Washington Redskins - Stedman Bailey, WR, WVU
    86.) Indianapolis Colts Menelik Watson, OT, FSU
    87.) Seattle Seahawks - Nick Williams DT Samford
    88.) Green Bay Packers - Jordan Hill, DT, Penn State
    89.) Houston Texans - Brian Winters, OG, K-State
    90.) Denver Broncos - Gavin Escobar TE San Diego State
    91.) New England Patriots - Jordan Mills, OT, Louisiana Tech
    92.) Atlanta Falcons - Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB U Conn
    93.) San Francisco 49ers - Marcus Lattimore RB South Carolina
    94.) Baltimore Ravens - Aaron Dobson WR Marshall
    95.) Kansas City (Compensatory): Vance McDonald TE Rice
    96.) Tennessee (Compensatory): Landry Jones QB Oklahoma
    97.) New Orleans (Compensatory): Brennan Williams OT North Carolina
    98.) Houston (Compensatory): Kevin Riddick ILB
    Round 4:

    99. Kansas City: Kenny Stills WR Oklahoma
    100. Jacksonville: Menelik Watson OT Florida State
    101. Oakland: Jonathan Franklin RB UCLA
    102. Philadelphia: Khaled Holmes C USC
    103. Minnesota (From Detroit): Ace Sanders WR South Carolina
    104. Arizona: Kiki Olonso ILB Oregon
    105. Cleveland: Nico Johnson ILB Alabama
    106. Buffalo: BW Webb CB W&M
    107. New York Jets: Tyrann Mathieu FS LSU
    108. Tennessee: Taverris King WR Georgia
    109. Carolina: Leon McFadden CB San Diego State
    110. New Orleans: Shawn Williams S Georgia
    111. San Diego: Andre Ellington RB Clemson
    112. Miami: Duke Williams S Nevada
    113. Tampa Bay: Leveon Bell HB MSU
    114. St. Louis: Christine Michael RB A&M
    115. Dallas: Tyler Wilson QB Arkansas
    116. Pittsburgh: Stepfan Taylor RB Stanford
    117. New York Giants: Tharold Simon CB LSU
    118. Chicago: Jamaal Johnson-Webb OG Alabama A&M
    119. Cincinnati: Brannan Williams OT North Carolina
    120. Washington: Kwame Geathers DT Georgia
    121. Minnesota: Alvin Bailey OG Arkansas
    122. Indianapolis: Kenjon Barner RB Oregon
    123. Seattle: JJ Wilcox S Georgia - Southern
    124. Green Bay: Joseph Randle RB - OSU
    125. Houston: Lonnie Pryor FB/TE - Florida State
    126. Denver: Knile Davis RB Arkansas
    127. Tampa Bay (From New England): Brandon Jenkins OLB FSU
    128. Atlanta: Will Davis CB FSU
    129. San Francisco: Tyler Bray QB Tennessee
    130. Baltimore: Chris Faulk OT LSU
    131. Indianapolis (Compensatory): Cornelius Washington OLB
    132. Atlanta (Compensatory): Montori Hughes DT Tennessee Martin
    133. Baltimore (Compensatory): Chase Thomas OLB Stanford

    Round 5 - Denard Robinson RB Michigan
    Round 6 - Michael Williams TE Alabama
    Round 7: Anthony McCloud DT FSU
    Last edited by K-Ro 25; 03-16-2013 at 07:12 PM.

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    Well I'm first going to acknowledge the work that went into this. I don't think people appreciate the cognitive BTUs that are spend developing these.

    Jordan - dislike the pick. If we're trading Revis and Milliner's on the board, then that has to be the pick. Other than that, it's not a bad draft. It's just not my draft. Eifert definitely needs to be in green and white in the way things broke down in there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradis View Post
    Well I'm first going to acknowledge the work that went into this. I don't think people appreciate the cognitive BTUs that going to this stuff..

    Jordan - dislike the pick. If we're trading Revis and Milliner's on the board, then that has to be the pick. Other than that, it's not a bad draft. It's just not my draft. Eifert definitely needs to be in green and white in the way things broke down in there.
    I know you love your TE's Paradis, we've gone over this for years. I disagree, however. Not a fan of this TE class besides Kelce/Escobar.

    - And basically swapping Milliner for Revis is a really bad idea. Milliner isn't half the player Revis is. I'm really not a fan of his to be honest. We also have much bigger holes, than to draft another corner in the 1st round. Milliner is a Winfield type player. Certainly solid, but we have a huge hole for the pass rusher, and limited cap space.

    - Also, I appreciate it. What sucks is that the first time I posted this, I got auto logged off for not making the post for 3 hours, so when I finished, it made me re-log in, and in effect I lost my entire mock. I have a 7 rounder cooking, need more time to dig deeper into film, though.

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    Jets are not trading Powell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-Ro 25 View Post
    I know you love your TE's Paradis, we've gone over this for years. .
    If you remember the year that we drafted Sanchez, there was this guy Brandon Pettigrew... *cough cough to your left*. Now I remember people going off - "Who needs 2 TEs?? that's retarded" ...next year. Gronk-Herny duo was born.

    Just saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradis View Post
    If you remember the year that we drafted Sanchez, there was this guy Brandon Pettigrew... *cough cough to your left*. Now I remember people going off - "Who needs 2 TEs?? that's retarded" ...next year. Gronk-Herny duo was born.

    Just saying.

    Haha, but to be fair, Pettigrew hasn't really panned out. His hands are a huge problem. I see this guy drop a ball every game, and he hasn't become the elite TE most expected. Also, he gained quite a few pounds.

    Escobar and Kelce are the TE's to watch in this draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-Ro 25 View Post
    Haha, but to be fair, Pettigrew hasn't really panned out. His hands are a huge problem. I see this guy drop a ball every game, and he hasn't become the elite TE most expected. Also, he gained quite a few pounds.

    Escobar and Kelce are the TE's to watch in this draft.
    I like Escobar.

    And to be more fair, Petti's upside was always supposed to be his ability to block and catch, freeing up Keller to be the move-man. And I don't think that's a fair assessment of Petti's hands. He makes more clutch catches than he doesn't. ...I'm not sure we can evaluate a whole lot from what's going on in DET. All we know is that Calvin's not human.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradis View Post
    I like Escobar.

    And to be more fair, Petti's upside was always supposed to be his ability to block and catch, freeing up Keller to be the move-man. And I don't think that's a fair assessment of Petti's hands. He makes more clutch catches than he doesn't. ...I'm not sure we can evaluate a whole lot from what's going on in DET. All we know is that Calvin's not human.

    I can name a few times Petti has missed HUGE catches. Last year, was it the Bears game that he dropped a key 3rd or 4th down, and cost them the game? One of the Turkey Bowl games, this year or last year, he had a huge drop, and there was another game 2 years ago that he cost them the game on 4th and 2. Clutch? I'm not so sure. And Petti as a 1st round pick really hasn't gotten the value many of us expected out of him, including myself.

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    Nice job. That is not a bad trade scenario with the Bucs.

    I would have a few things different but that is just a matter of opinion.

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    Wait we trade Revis then dont draft Dee Milliner at 9 who many are saying is a top 5 pick? I honestly doubt Milliner falls out of the top 5. Mathis 33 and Cox are both FAs and it feels like they have taken DL early in every resent draft I can remember. Oakland well they have no one back there. But they have nothing anywhere. Philly needs 4 new DB and Detroit would need a DB even if they weren't all FA. He'd be a perfect fit for Cleveland who is loosing Brown. If he fell past those teams and we trade Revis we'd be pretty nuts to pass IMO. He is one of the few guys here worth a top ten pick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    Wait we trade Revis then dont draft Dee Milliner at 9 who many are saying is a top 5 pick? I honestly doubt Milliner falls out of the top 5. Mathis 33 and Cox are both FAs and it feels like they have taken DL early in every resent draft I can remember. Oakland well they have no one back there. But they have nothing anywhere. Philly needs 4 new DB and Detroit would need a DB even if they weren't all FA. He'd be a perfect fit for Cleveland who is loosing Brown. If he fell past those teams and we trade Revis we'd be pretty nuts to pass IMO. He is one of the few guys here worth a top ten pick.
    The entire point of trading Revis to rebuild on the run. He's our $100 chip. You don't trade Revis for the 13th pick, and use it for another Corner who probably won't be a Revis. We have a top 5-10 Corner in the NFL as of now. Also, Berry will be solid, now that he nows the playbook, and Wilson was decent as a #2 Corner last year. Also, drafting McFadden gives us another corner as depth.

    If we draft Milliner, I will flip out. We have much bigger needs than a #2 corner.

    Also, comparing recent corners: (Coming out of draft, not now.)

    1. Peterson
    2. Claiborne
    3. Haden
    4. Milliner
    5. Gilmore
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    Cleaned it up a bit. Watched some more tape. Arthur Brown is a first round pick, Eric Reid is the 2nd best Safety in the class. Warmack is a lot safer choice for the Cardinals.

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    Not for nothing but I'd sign up for that draft right now. Loved Geno with the second pick, I wasn't sure about the WR in round 2 but all in all I liked it.

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    For the pats assuming Talib, Welker and Volmer resign

    1.Margus Hunt- Swing for the fences pick, I can see him playing at 290 and moving around on the line.
    2. Dallas Thomas- since we may lose Donald Thomas, we save on laundry.
    3. Justin Hunter- top value at the end of the 3rd. I had to keep looking to see if he was picked. He will be 2 years removed from his ACL and is just what the pats need a tall fast downfield threat.

    Great job on a 3 rounder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    Nice job. That is not a bad trade scenario with the Bucs.

    I would have a few things different but that is just a matter of opinion.
    not a bad trade? getting a 1st and a 2nd for a guy that can't even work out by the time the draft happens. What do you consider a good trade for the jets?
    And I am serious, no trolling I want your opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patman View Post
    For the pats assuming Talib, Welker and Volmer resign

    1.Margus Hunt- Swing for the fences pick, I can see him playing at 290 and moving around on the line.
    2. Dallas Thomas- since we may lose Donald Thomas, we save on laundry.
    3. Justin Hunter- top value at the end of the 3rd. I had to keep looking to see if he was picked. He will be 2 years removed from his ACL and is just what the pats need a tall fast downfield threat.

    Great job on a 3 rounder.
    Completely agree with you on Hunt. I was debating with the Pats and 9'ers with whom would go after him. With the fear of losing Welker/Lloyd, I went with the '9ers. Both can use him in the same way. Swing for the fences. Have him come on the line, and cause havac. Stand up on pass rushing downs. However, I felt that drafting Jones last year kinda nullified this thought.

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    Great job k. I'd never have the patience to sit down and do a 3 round mock.

    How about Jarvis Jones at 13 and Tyler Bray with the 3rd rounder.

    Jordan
    Jones
    Patton
    Bernard
    Bray


    Also, why trade my boy Powell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-Ro 25 View Post
    Completely agree with you on Hunt. I was debating with the Pats and 9'ers with whom would go after him. With the fear of losing Welker/Lloyd, I went with the '9ers. Both can use him in the same way. Swing for the fences. Have him come on the line, and cause havac. Stand up on pass rushing downs. However, I felt that drafting Jones last year kinda nullified this thought.
    Ninkovich is a solid player but nothing spectacular and he is entering his last year before FA. He gets stoned too often by athletic RT

    I think the Lloyd thing is a total media Crapola, If they lose either I think it will be addressed in FA. not bye a Bowe, Jennings, or Wallace but by a lower value guy.

    I think Safety will be McCourty and Tavon Wilson

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    Quote Originally Posted by patman View Post
    not a bad trade? getting a 1st and a 2nd for a guy that can't even work out by the time the draft happens. What do you consider a good trade for the jets?
    .
    Excuse me for chiming in ... Agree with you on the 1&2 being very good for what we can realistically expect to get. I disagree with those like yourself though that see the acl as being a major problem with what compensation we'll get back ... Revis's will be the #1 db again easy in 4-6 months ... The drawback to him will be his contract demands that will limit our compensation we will be offered



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    Interesting that you have mingo going 2 ... Believe most "experts" are putting him a little bit further down ... I assume you think he's the top of the DE/OLB prospects




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