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PostPosted: Sat 04.07.2012, 04:45 
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With the 44th pick of the 2012 NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select:

Kevin Zeitler OG Wisconsin

Position of Need: OG, S, ILB, CB

With KC's biggest needs addressed through free agency and Brockers in the 1st round, they move to filling needed depth on the offensive line. Zeitler will fit well as KC transitions into more of a run blocking scheme. With Ryan Lilja getting up in age and John Asamoah still a question mark, this is the pick to be made. KC may have taken Reuben Randle, if he had fallen, to fill the potential loss of Bowe

Players considered: Brandon Weeden, Alfonso Denard,


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PostPosted: Sat 04.07.2012, 09:56 
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With the 45th Pick of the NFL draft the Cowboys pick Ronnell Lewis, DE/OLB, Oklahoma

Positions of need.............1. General Manager...2. General Manager 3. CB 4. OLB 5. Interior Lineman 6. Safety

This kid is going to be the Aldon Smith of the 2012 draft......he has a high motor and loves to hit and is all over the field...one of the biggest concerns on defense in the past 4 years is there are no play makers on the field other than Rat and Ware and Lee...this guy gives them another playmaker added to a another possible playmaker in Carter, I don't buy the Connor starter gig, so this gives the Boys 4 possible studs at LB..it also allows the Boys to allow Spencer to leave...I really thought of CB here also but this draft is deep enough for the Boys to trade up and get another of the falling problem child Cb's that are in the draft with the third pick..

Players considered Janoris Jenkins and his 5 kids, Trumaine Johnson, Kelechi Osemele,


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PostPosted: Sat 04.07.2012, 10:27 
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With the 46th pick in the draft the Philadelphia Eagles select - Devon Still Penn st 6'5 315 Sr DT

This guy is a big strong physical run stuffing DT. He was the senior captain of a Penn st team that went through more than any other team should ever have to go through. He also has very good bloodlines with two of his cousin being ex-NFL players in former Steelers and Eagle's MLB Levon "Big Daddy" Kirkland and Art Still. He plays with great Football IQ and awareness and uses his hands very well. He makes a ton of plays in the backfield vs the run. He's also a very strong tackler aswell, he makes a lot of shoe sting tackles and his he gets his hands on a guy he's most likely going down. He is great in the run game and holds his own against just about any Guard or Tackle he faced in the running game. He's scheme diverse and could play as a 4-3 DT or a 3-4 DE(maybe even NT if he puts on like 15 more pounds).

His play is simular in the 4-3 as a DT to Domata Peko the bengal run stuffing DT , In a 3-4 he could develope into a guy like Stephen Bowen at DE.

Eagles need more help on the line and this guy can clog up a hole, has had some injury concerns but at this point in the draft he is a solid piece to our DL.

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With the 47th pick in the draft the Jets make a move to sure up something that is needed. A pass rush.

Selection : Jared Crick DE/OLB Nebraska

Position of Need : WR, S , LB

Since drafting for the oline with the 1st pick I decided to address the other major issue in the 2nd , an edge rusher will help alot in Rex's system. When i watched Crick what i saw reminded me of JJ Watt. He can play OLB or DE in our defense. He is also a high character guy and we could use as many of those in our locker room as possible.

Also considered : Vinny Curry DE Marshall , Terrell Manning LB NC State , David Wilson RB VT

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The New England Patriots pick:

DL, Derek Wolfe - Cincinnati


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PostPosted: Sun 04.08.2012, 05:34 
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#49 San Diego Chargers select David Wilson, RB, Virginia Tech

One of the best talents available helps with a position of need due to Ryan Matthews inability to stay healthy.

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[selection/write-up by vonbearsalot]


The Chicago Bears pick Wisconsin C Peter Konz

Positions of need: DE (round 1), OL, WR, CB, TE, LB

While Roberto Garza received a Pro Bowl nod (after a few injuries opened a space) at C, he graded out pretty poorly. Despite three Bears RBs having 100 yard games last year, their YPC dropped drastically when running inside guard. Garza just wasn’t great. Chris Spenser, signed to be C, played quite well at RG and will stay there if the Bears fall into a first-round talent like Konz here.

Players considered: Marvin Jones, Cal WR; Bobbie Wagner, Utah State LB; Mychal Kendricks, Cal LB; Justin Criner, Arizona WR


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with the 51st pick the Philadelphia Eagles select Lavonte David OLB - Nebraska

With the eagles getting Ryans to stuff the Middle they still need to address OLB.

Not a ton of choices at OLB this draft

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with the 52nd pick The Tennessee Titans select Chandler Jones DE - Syracuse

This give the Titans a solid DE who will help with the pass rush and stopping the run as well.

Also considered: Marvin Jones, Cal WR; Bobbie Wagner, Utah State

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With the 53rd pick of the 2012 NFL Draft the Cincinnati Bengals select RB, Isaiah Pead - Cincinnati

Positions of need-G, DB, WR, with lesser needs at RB, DT, & MLB

While taking a safety in the first round still leaves a hole at CB, it sounds like Terrence Newman will be added soon. Newman is just a stop-gap, so depending on Leon Hall’s recovery progress, the Bengals could take another CB here. WR is the next glaring need, however if the Bengals do not draft one in the 1st round, it could mean they are planning to re-sign Jerome Simpson and add someone else later in the draft. With a drop-off in RB talent approaching, the Bengals take Pead here.

Players considered- Josh Robinson, Kendall Reyes, LaMichael James, Mohamed Sanu


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With the 54th pick in the NFL draft, the Detroit Lions select: Josh Robinson, CB - Central Florida

Positions of need: CB, OL, S, DL, LB

The Lions take advantage of a deep CB class and take one of the most athletic corners in the draft. Robinson owned the DB numbers at the combine. He also has some serious ball skills. Unfortunately he is a bit raw in position knowledge. In addition, although he doesn't appear to be a poor tackler there are questions about his willingness to stick his nose in there and be physical. That concern carries over to his man coverage. Those factors keep Robinson out of the first round. As a late 2nd round player who has a very high ceiling and also provides special teams return and coverage value, Detroit also acquires the versatility they covet.

Other players considered: Harrison Smith, Zebrie Sanders, Kelechi Osemele, Brandon Brooks, Amini Silatolu

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Pick selection: With the 55th pick in the NFL Draft the Atlanta Falcons select...

TE, Dwayne Allen, Clemson


Positions of need: LT, DE, TE, CB, KR/PR

Analysis of pick: Many would probably take a LT here for the Falcons, but I'm not convinced any of the guys available are ready to contribute. The talent pool for TE is shallow and the Falcons need someone that can come in and fit into what they are trying to do and be a potential replacement for Tony Gonzalez. Allen is a versatile player with good upside, drawing comparisons to former Falcon Alge Crumper and Randy McMichael. His best traits are his hands and route running which should fit well into what Matt Ryan will need from him on key 3rd downs & in the RZ.

Players considered: Zebrie Sanders, Andrew Datko, Brandon Mosley


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Pittsburgh Steelers - Pick #56


Harrison Smith - SS - Notre Dame

At 6'2 and weighing 213 pounds, Smith has the size and speed to play either safety positions. A solid tackler, he fits the Steelers profile of a DB being able to help out in run support. While his ceiling is not nearly as high as Mark Barron, he does have a high floor and projects as a solid NFL starter down the road after getting nickle experience his rookie year, possibly filling the void left when Troy Polamalu retires.


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57th pick Denver Bronco Orange Crush

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Team Needs: OL C CB WR RB 1st pick Kendall Wright First selection

The Selection: Kelechi Osemele, G/OT, Iowa State

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Analysis: We got some boos and hisses from our first selection who we feel is a special player. To land a player of his caliber with the 25th pick is a steal. Well here we go again stealing another player. The RB's and CB have been worked over fairly well. This drafts DT and DE class is shallow. We see no franchise QB nor do we want another WR. What we see is a great prospect with a great mind set. We land another kid who has zero off the filed issues and has a great worth ethic. Osemele has played RG, RT LT. We feel he can be a solid RG or LG for us. Has a great motor for his size and can get blocking into the second tier of the defense. He needs work in pass protection but with good strength and sporting the longest arms of the OL draft class he has the tools for a long career and maybe even down the road a few probowls.


Considerations: Kendall Reyes DT, Brandon Boykin CB,

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58th pick Houston Texans

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Team Needs: OL, LB/DE, DB, WR 1st pick Ryan Tannehill, QB TX A&M

The Selection: Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State

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Analysis: With the "value" pick of Tannehill in the first, Houston's most glaring holes are still extremely glaring. A WR would have been nice here, but it seems there was a run on them from our first pick to our second. OLB/DE is still a need but our favorite targets also were picked over. Seeing Sanders here made me feel a little bit better about Eric Winston in KC and Mike Briesel wherever the hell he went. O-Line depth is always important and having a guy like Sanders to protect the right side of the line would be fantastic. He's started all four years of college. He's big and able to tack on some good weight without ruining himself. He's quick and has good movement and has no character flaws.


Considerations: Zach Brown OLB, Bobby Massie OT, Brian Quick WR

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