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By: FalcFans.com » 2012 Mock Muncher (Updated 2/13) http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-713 Mon, 13 Feb 2012 17:23:30 +0000 http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-713 […] Charles, TE, Georgia 1.29 – Sideline Scouting: Andrew Datko, OT, Florida State 1.29 – Draft Breakdown (Ryan Lownes): Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford 1.25 – Draft Season (Lupagus): Coby Fleener, TE, […]

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By: Jeff Texans fan http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-712 Sat, 11 Feb 2012 19:55:18 +0000 http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-712 I could see the Texans drafting a NT here but if Jeffery is still on the board I see him going to Houston.

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By: 2012 NFL Mock Draft: Mock Draft Round Up New York Jets - NFL Mocks - Covering the 2012 NFL draft, Mock Draft Database, Scouting Reports, and Fantasy Football http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-711 Sat, 11 Feb 2012 13:26:08 +0000 http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-711 […] Draftbreakdown: […]

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By: Ricky Miami http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-710 Tue, 07 Feb 2012 22:16:19 +0000 http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-710 Miami chosing a Wideout is crazy, I think thier going after an OT or a olb/de in 1st

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By: john steppling http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-709 Tue, 07 Feb 2012 12:54:01 +0000 http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-709 a couple other thoughts. I wonder too if Minny keeps that pick. Lets say they dont. Then RG3 is gone. Then who does cleveland take? Id say Brockers. But maybe Blackmon. Tampa takes Dre if he’s there or Claiborne. No question. I would bet my who tax check on that. (Which amounts to enough for a cup of coffee…but I digress)….and then the jags. I still think they will want offense. If richardson is there, maybe. Or a Wright. Miami wants line. Defense or offense. I think jonathan martin falls, and Osemele falls. Martin isnt strong enough and Osemele cant play in space. And andy reid is going to have a hard time taking an LB..even one like Kuechly. I say Poe or Cox or Still. And the Pats want defense, yes, but if Konz is there, i bet they jump on him. He is such a Belichek player. For their second pick, yeah, whoever is best d lineman left. I like Packers maybe looking at Crick.

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By: john steppling http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-708 Tue, 07 Feb 2012 12:40:27 +0000 http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-708 Well, how high Richardson goes is going to remain a question. I mean the guy is an elite back. Far and away better than mark ingram for example. Richardson is elite. But DeCastro is as good an offensive line propsect as anyone has seen in at least five or six years. So yeah, I can easily see him going ahead of Richardson. In fact I think he will. I still dont agree about Weeden. I mean really, I think Tannehill goes second round. Only RG3 and Luck in the first. What I meant with detroit needing a corner, is that they are going to look to that first. I cant imagine if a top guy is there they wont take him. And why do have Jenkins so low? Character issues tend to be forgotten often and Jenkins has very high end talent. I like the rest of the second round. I think maybe Iloka goes higher. Just his measurables will get him high second round. Mike Martin might not go that high. Scouts like him, but he hasnt much upside. Also, I wonder if a couple other recievers might now crawl into the second….Criner for one, and maybe even tommy streeter (though thats a bit of a longshot). As I say, I think Trumaine Johnson wont last the second. Corners with his size are always seductive. As for Irvin — he played out of position this last year. And in a weird scheme at WV. Same for Julian Miller. I think after the combine Irvin’s stock goes up quickly. And i think he can play outside on a 4-3 or a 3-4. He might always be situational, but the guy is explosive. I dont know if he ever becomes a starting outside backer, but he is going to be a very very good edge rusher.

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By: robert ethan http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-707 Fri, 03 Feb 2012 07:27:34 +0000 http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-707 Jags fan here, I like your picks Ryan. Your comments on the Jaguar perspective are pretty much exactly as I see it. One difference is that they may watch for Floyd or Jeffery to slip and trade up with Cleveland (#23) or New England (#27 and #31/32) to get one of them. Jeffery is just what the doctor ordered in Jax. Big, sure handed red zone target. Plaxico Burress if he was a happy upbeat guy.

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By: dirtybird http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-706 Tue, 31 Jan 2012 22:21:07 +0000 http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-706 You heard it here first. Falcons trade Sam Baker and Roddy White to the Jacksonville Jaguars for their first round pick and draft Trent Richardson.

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By: Ryan Lownes http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-705 Tue, 31 Jan 2012 19:35:02 +0000 http://draftbreakdown.com/?p=188630#comment-705 @Potter If they hold on to Hillis then we have a different story. For months rumors have swirled around Hills & the Browns, only recently has it begun to look as if he may be a part of the team’s plans. I certainly think they could go Floyd or Kendall Wright if they are available at 22, likewise they’re liable to be tempted by Joe Adams, Rueben Randle in the 2nd. At that WR position the team needs speed which luckily can be found in abundance in this draft class.

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