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    Todd McShay's Latest Mock

    He seems to be slightly better than Mel Kiper with his picks. How did Bortles move up to the 3rd spot? Sounds like the Flavor of the Month. I am ok with Jernigan, even though I am leery of grown men going by the name "Timmy." I really like the D-Back Dennard late in the first, hope he doesn't end up with the Pats.

    1. Houston- Teddy Bridgewater
    2. Rams- Jake Matthews
    3. Oakland- Blake Bortles
    4. Jags- Johnny Football
    5. Falcons- Jadeveon Clowney
    6. Browns- Derek Carr
    7. Bucs- Anthony Barr
    8. Vikings- Khalil Mack

    9. Bills- Taylor Lewan
    10. Titans- Cyrus Kouandijo
    11. Giants- C.J. Mosely
    12. Steelers- Louis Nix III
    13. Jets- Sammy Watkins
    14. Rams- Ha Ha Clinton Dix
    15. Lions- Marquise Lee
    16. Cowboys- Stephon Tuitt
    17. Chargers- Justin Gilbert
    18. Packers- Eric Ebron
    19. Eagles- Ifo Ekpre-Olomu
    20. Ravens- Mike Evans
    21. Bears- Dominique Easley
    22. Dolphins- Timmy Jernigan
    23. Browns- Jordan Matthews
    24. Bengals- Scott Crichton
    25. Cardinals- Morgan Moses
    26. Patriots- Darqueze Dennard
    27. Panthers- Kelvin Benjamin
    28. Niners- Ra'Shede Hageman
    29. Saints- Marcus Roberson
    30. Chiefs- Paul Richardson
    31. Broncos- Zack Martin
    32. Seahawks- Antonio Richardson
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    that's too high for jernigan...would not like that pick
    hoops scoops 2012 season ..."in 2014 ryan tannehill etches his name in stone amongst the games elite qbs"..."ryan tannehill and andrew luck will carry the afc for the next decade plus the way peyton manning and tom brady have this last decade plus"
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    I dont' know why everyone has Tuitt going so high. I just don't see it with him. Agree with Hoops, too high for Jernigan. DT is a need, though.
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    Tannehill 17
    How would kelvin benjamin fit into this offense. He's pretty intriguing, just going off looks on tv... have not watched much of him indepth yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2413fanphins View Post
    How would kelvin benjamin fit into this offense. He's pretty intriguing, just going off looks on tv... have not watched much of him indepth yet.
    Perfectly, being we have no redzone threat. At 6'5" 230 he can go up and catch some TD's!
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    At 22, and available in this draft, I'd race to the podium for Jace Amaro.
    Failure isn't fatal. Failure to change might be. - John Wooden
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    I'd be happy drafting Antonio Richardson. Come May, I think Antonio Richardson might go before Miami drafts, but I'd be happy to draft him if he is there. I feel good about our shot at landing one of the 1st-RD OT's, and I like them all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by j-off-her-doll View Post
    I'd be happy drafting Antonio Richardson. Come May, I think Antonio Richardson might go before Miami drafts, but I'd be happy to draft him if he is there. I feel good about our shot at landing one of the 1st-RD OT's, and I like them all.
    I don't like Richardson at all. I think he's slow, doesn't have elite feet.
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    Where's Van Noy? Has Kyle Van Noy really played himself out of the first round? Or, more accurately, have analysts overreacted enough to drop him out of the first round? I can't say I watched BYU late in the season, or paid any attention to scouting reports.

    Van Noy is a natural playmaker and I really don't care which direction his stock has gone this year. That guy is a plug and play star.

    It would be to our benefit if some nonsense regarding 2013 allowed him to fall to us. Try to pretend that guy can only translate to one spot and he'll make plays at a different position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Awsi Dooger View Post
    Where's Van Noy? Has Kyle Van Noy really played himself out of the first round? Or, more accurately, have analysts overreacted enough to drop him out of the first round? I can't say I watched BYU late in the season, or paid any attention to scouting reports.

    Van Noy is a natural playmaker and I really don't care which direction his stock has gone this year. That guy is a plug and play star.

    It would be to our benefit if some nonsense regarding 2013 allowed him to fall to us. Try to pretend that guy can only translate to one spot and he'll make plays at a different position.
    Watching the BYU bowl game right Van Noy is a helluva player.
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