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 Post subject: Updated mock draft (WITH TRADES)
 Post Posted: Wed Mar 20, 2013 1:59 pm 
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LINK: http://seahawksdraftblog.com/mock-draft ... 20th-march


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 Post subject: Re: Updated mock draft (WITH TRADES)
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Good work again, Limey.

Hate the Rams 1st round picks, but thats fear and fear alone. Minny's makes tons of sense. As does the Cardinals. Like who Bradley gets to rebuild an already scrappy D. LOVE my boy EJ moving up and where he lands.

Great logic and reasoning behind the trades. That's an underrated skill, hermano.

Oh and que the nitpicking over the trade costs 3...2...


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 Post subject: Re: Updated mock draft (WITH TRADES)
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Great mock rob. Yeah the trades are a much more fun.

Williams in the 2nd would be my ideal, best pick. I'm skeptical he'll reach our spot but I'd be doing flips if he does.

Question for ya. Out of both Barkley and Smith, which QB do you think Arizona would prefer?

Personally, I think they'd like Smith more, and considering the Bills don't have much draft stock, the Cardinals could probably outbid them if they want. That said, landing Barkley at #14 is a great pick.

Secondly, if the jags really want Nassib, wouldn't you think they should just draft him top of the 2nd instead of risking him dropping to the QB needy NY Jets? I just don't get the value aspect of waiting the extra few more picks to land a QB that has starting potential like him.

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Love your draft for Tampa. Greene would fit in great there, and adding another corner is key obviously. But Barron, Goldson, Greene, David would be some great middle of the field coverage.


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 Post subject: Re: Updated mock draft (WITH TRADES)
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Great mock rob. Yeah the trades are a much more fun.

Williams in the 2nd would be my ideal, best pick. I'm skeptical he'll reach our spot but I'd be doing flips if he does.

Question for ya. Out of both Barkley and Smith, which QB do you think Arizona would prefer?

Personally, I think they'd like Smith more, and considering the Bills don't have much draft stock, the Cardinals could probably outbid them if they want. That said, landing Barkley at #14 is a great pick.

Secondly, if the jags really want Nassib, wouldn't you think they should just draft him top of the 2nd instead of risking him dropping to the QB needy NY Jets? I just don't get the value aspect of waiting the extra few more picks to land a QB that has starting potential like him.


Good point on Nassib. I suppose it depends how badly they want the extra defensive piece at #33. I think it's probably a bit like Seattle waiting on Russell Wilson despite their man crush. I actually think NYJ won't take a QB that early given how many they have on their roster right now. Idzik will let Rex sink or swim with his guy (Sanchez) and then next year he can either fire them both or re-sign them both. I suspect the Jets will have a disaster this year allowing Idzik to do what he wishes.

I honestly don't know how Arizona will look at Geno/Barkley. They might not fancy either. I think people get bogged down with Arians who had luxury of working with Luck and he was also handed big ben. It's not like he drafted or hand picked either. So his type might be different than most people consider. Drew Stanton after all isn't exactly a cannon-armed dynamo. Someone will draft Barkley in round one IMO. I'd personally hate that to be Arizona unless they continue to neglect the OL. They should go out and sign Volmer right now.


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