Thursday, November 12, 2015

Detroit Lions (1-7)
JR: Laremy Tunsil, OT- The Lions grab the best player in this year’s draft.  Tunsil has the footwork and quick hands that can make him a staple left tackle for years to come.

San Diego Chargers
JR: Joey Bosa, DE- Possibly the top player on most draft boards, the Chargers grab Bosa to have a monster to pair with Melvin Ingram coming off the edge.

Cleveland Browns
JR: Paxton Lynch, QB- Johnny Football is not the answer.  You need a quarterback to win, so Lynch is grabbed here and will hopefully end the embarrassing string of QBs to grace Cleveland.

Tennessee Titans
JR: Ronnie Stanley, OT-  Mariota has been sacked way too many times in his first year, not all of that can be blamed on him.  Give him a stud left tackle and watch this kid blossom into quite the quarterback.

Baltimore Ravens
JR: Jalen Ramsey, S- Safety is a necessity more and more and when you get a chance to get a true game changer at that position, you take him.

Jacksonville Jaguars
JR: Vernon Hargreaves, CB- Jacksonville has lacked a true shutdown corner since the days of Rashean Mathis.  Maybe better coverage in the secondary will translate to more sacks.

Dallas Cowboys
JR: Laquon Treadwell, WR- The best receiver in the draft falls to Dallas and Jerry Jones’s drool covers his draft card.  This would create a superb tandem at receiver for Romo.

San Francisco 49ers
JR: Jared Goff, QB- I don’t see Kaepernick being back next year so the 49ers grab a kid very close to home.  But for the meantime Blaine Gabbert can take the beating, something he is very used to.

Houston Texans
JR: Ezekiel Elliott, RB- Arian Foster’s enigmatic career is probably over.  It is obvious Bill O’ Brian needs playmakers and Zeek can do just that.

Miami Dolphins
JR: Myles Jack, LB- A special playmaker that can play every down.  With Suh clogging the middle, Jack will be able to make plenty of plays in space, showcasing his skills.  He can line up inside, cover the slot receiver or running back and can even play running back.

Chicago Bears
JR: Jaylon Smith, LB- A vicious finisher and energetic player, Smith can change the complexion of this lackluster Bears defense.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
JR: Tre’Davious White, CB- A very good cover corner that blankets his receivers well.  White is a good but sometimes unwilling tackler, Lovie Smith could change that.

Washington Redskins
JR: DeForest Buckner, DE- The Redskins grab a defensive lineman that can line up anywhere on the line.  Buckner did a good job against offensive tackle draft prospect Jack Conklin.

Kansas City Chiefs
JR: Robert Nkemdiche, DT- A physical specimen that is extremely versatile.  The Chiefs get a guy that can line up all along their 3-4 defense and create an unstoppable wall next to Dontari Poe.

New Orleans Saints
JR: Michael Thomas, WR- Drew Brees needs a true receiving threat.  Michael Thomas could end up being the best receiver out of this deep receiver class.  Too bad Josh Gordon isn’t there to create quite the tandem.

Oakland Raiders
JR: Su’a Cravens, S- Another piece to an up and coming defense.  Cravens can play all over the secondary and some linebacker.  He will learn under Woodson to become a consummate professional on and off the field.

St Louis Rams
JR: Tyler Boyd, WR- The Rams NEED an actual receiver.  Tavon Austin can’t be a number one.  Boyd could step in on day one and be the Rams best receiver.  He catches everything and highpoints it all incredibly well.

Philadelphia Eagles
JR: Vadal Alexander, G- Outside of Jason Peters, this offensive line is either pretty horrendous or old.  Alexander will add some push and be able to hold his own at either of the guard spots or even right tackle.

Buffalo Bills
JR: Taylor Decker, OT- Seantrel Henderson and Cyrus Kouandjio have not panned out exactly how the Bills have hoped.  Adding Decker can solidify the right tackle position and give McCoy a good right side of the line to run behind.

Seattle Seahawks
JR: Jack Conklin, OT- Russell Wilson’s offensive line is absolute garbage.  By trading away Max Unger, this offensive line took a deep hit.  An upgrade all along the line is needed.  Conklin would work at right tackle while Russell Okung holds down the left side.

Pittsburgh Steelers
JR: Chris Hackett, S- Pittsburgh desperately needs an upgrade at safety, along with the entire secondary.  Hackett has the ability to play corner as well but is much better when he can survey the whole field and attack the ball.

New York Jets
JR: Leonard Floyd, LB- Todd Bowles would love to add some more pass rushers.  Quinton Coples appears to be a lost cause so Floyd would surely be a welcomed upgrade.

Atlanta Falcons
JR: Corey Coleman, WR- Roddy White is done and the Falcons would love another playmaker to complete the trio of playmakers involving Julio Jones and Devonta Freeman.

Minnesota Vikings
JR: A’Shawn Robinson, DT- An unblockable mammoth that is surprisingly nimble.  I am sure by the time the draft comes around, Robinson will sky rocket up draft boards.  I am sure the Vikings would run up to hand their card in if Robinson is there.

Indianapolis Colts
JR: Derrick Henry, RB- Finally a running back for Andrew Luck.  The Colts desperately need offensive line help but Henry is too good of a player to pass up, considering the need at that position.

New York Giants
JR: DJ Foster, WR/RB- A fantastic and versatile player that can line up as running back and then motion outside and catch passes.  The Giants would love another playmaker to pair with Odell Beckham Jr.

Arizona Cardinals
JR: Scooby Wright, LB- The Cardinals could stand to upgrade over most of their linebacking core so Scooby Wright would be the perfect addition.  He can do it all as noted by his 99 tackles, 29 TFL, 14 sacks, and 6 forced fumbles in 2014.

Green Bay Packers
JR: Emmanuel Ogbah, DE- The Packers grab a player that could turn into quite the pass rusher.  Ogbah just needs to refine his pass rushing moves and he could be a force off the edge.

Denver Broncos
JR: Connor Cook, QB- I don’t think this even depends on Peyton coming back next year, the Broncos need to look towards the future.  I have seen Brock Osweiller play and I have not been impressed.  Cook just needs to sit for a while and he could eventually be thrust into a fantastic situation.

Cincinnati Bengals
JR: Nick Martin, C- Keeping Andy Dalton upright is a must and the center position has been a bit of a rough area.  Nick Martin could come in and be the starting guy from day one.

Carolina Panthers
JR: Shilique Calhoun, OLB, DE- The Panthers need to start generating more pressure off the edge.  Calhoun has been an absolute beast since he went to Michigan State.

New England Patriots – Vacated pick

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