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2012 Mock Draft (2 Rounds) Brockers, Mark Barron, Brian Quick, Trumaine Johnson

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  1. tricktak

    tricktak Banned

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    1. Indianapolis Colts- Andrew Luck, QB
    2. Washington Redskins- Robert Griffin, QB
    3. Minnesota Vikings- Matt Kalil, OT
    4. Cleveland Browns- Morris Claiborne, CB
    5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Trent Richardson, RB
    6. St. Louis Rams- Justin Blackmon, WR
    7. Jacksonville Jaguars- Michael Floyd, WR
    8. Miami Dolphins- Quinton Coples, DE
    9. Carolina Panthers- Dontari Poe, DT
    10. Buffalo Bills- Whitney Mercilus, DE
    11. Kansas City Chiefs- Riley Reiff, OT
    12. Seattle Seahawks- Melvin Ingram, DE
    13. Arizona Cardinals- Jonathan Martin, OT
    14. Dallas Cowboys- David DeCastro, G
    15. Philadelphia Eagles- Fletcher Cox, DT
    16. New York Jets- Nick Perry, DE/LB
    17. Cincinnati Bengals- Dre Kirkpatrick, CB
    18. San Diego Chargers- Luke Kuechly, LB
    19. Chicago Bears- Cordy Glenn, G/OT
    20. Tennessee Titans- Courtney Upshaw, DE
    21. Cincinnati Bengals- David Wilson, RB
    22. Cleveland Browns- Ryan Tannehill, QB
    23. Detroit Lions- Stephon Gilmore, CB
    24. Pittsburgh Steelers- Dont'a Hightower, LB
    25. Denver Broncos- Devon Still, DT
    26. Houston Texans- Kendall Wright, WR
    27. New England Patriots- Michael Brockers, DE/DT
    28. Green Bay Packers- Janoris Jenkins, CB
    29. Baltimore Ravens-Peter Konz, C
    30. San Francisco 49ers- Coby Fleener, TE
    31. New England Patriots- Mark Barron, S
    32. New York Giants- Kevin Zeitler, G

    The Giants pick was tough because they don't have many needs besides the interior line and teams have been known to reach on offensive linemen in the first round.

    Round 2

    33. St. Louis Rams- Zach Brown, LB
    34. Indianapolis Colts- Stephen Hill, WR
    35. Minnesota Vikings- Reuben Randle, WR
    36. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Alfonzo Dennard, CB
    37. Cleveland Browns- Mohamed Sanu, WR
    38. Jacksonville Jaguars- Chandler Jones, DE
    39. St. Louis Rams- Kendall Reyes, DT
    40. Carolina Panthers- Alshon Jeffery, WR
    41. Buffalo Bills- Mike Adams, OT
    42. Miami Dolphins- Zebrie Sanders, OT
    43. Seattle Seahawks- Kirk Cousins, QB
    44. Kansas City Chiefs- Alameda Ta'amu, NT
    45. Dallas Cowboys- Josh Robinson, CB
    46. Philadelphia Eagles- Harrison Smith, S
    47. New York Jets- Lamar Miller, RB
    48. New England Patriots- Brian Quick, WR
    49. San Diego Chargers- Jayron Hosley, CB
    50. Chicago Bears- Andre Branch, DE
    51. Philadelphia Eagles- Kelechi Osemele, G
    52. Tennessee Titans- Brandon Thompson, DT
    53. Cincinnati Bengals- Bobby Wagner, LB
    54. Atlanta Falcons- Doug Martin, RB
    55. Pittsburgh Steelers- Brandon Boykin, CB
    56. Denver Broncos- Brandon Weeden, QB
    57. Houston Texans- Vinny Curry, DE/LB
    58. New Orleans Saints- Jamell Fleming, CB
    59. Green Bay Packers- Shea McClellin, DE/LB
    60. Baltimore Ravens- Ronnell Lewis, DE/LB
    61. San Francisco 49ers- Marvin Jones, WR
    62. New England Patriots- Trumaine Johnson, CB/S
    63. New York Giants- Dwayne Allen, TE
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  2. manxman2601

    manxman2601 Pro Bowl Player

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    Good attempt, I like your top 15 especially - fairly close to the way I see things. Two things:

    1. On the Giants, I find myself mocking Stephen Hill to them. They tend to favour secondary, WR and D/Line historically in the first round. They are quite tough though. As are the Eagles, I'm not convinced Kuechly's the pick there so I tend to go DT too.

    2. The DT's are interesting this year. As you, and Wilfork75 in his mock had, I too see one of the DT's slipping to us. The question is which one? Hard to project whether a team will like Poe over Brockers or Brockers over Still. I see Fletcher Cox as the clear no. 1 but then it's tough to determine which one falls in our vicinity.
  3. FredFromDartmouth

    FredFromDartmouth In the Starting Line-Up

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    This seems very reasonable but I have to wonder if the Patriots will let Konz get past them at 27. I would prefer your pick of Michael Brockers at 27 but BB does tend to pull these zingers and who knows how serious the need is at center.

    Another possibility (and one that is almost impossible to predict) is that if BB sees Konz and Brockers and Mark Barron at 27, he will figure that he can trade down and still get one of them at 31. Remember that the Patriots have no picks after the 4'th round so BB is guaranteed to trade down to get some
  4. cstjohn17

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    I think you should be afraid, very afraid because I like that draft.
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