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Martha Firestone Ford
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Let's see who gets the most right up to our 2nd round pick 46 overall. No extra credit for picking the trades at #s1 and 2 overall. But, no-one really knows which QB is going to which team. So, picking the right guy to the right team =1 point. 1 bonus point for predicting a trade. 1 bonus point for predicting the correct trade partner. For instance: If someone had done their mock before the Rams and titans trade and correctly predicted the Rams and Titans would swap 1st round picks, That would have been worth 2 points right there. If you said the Rams would then pick Goff, and they do, that is another point. But, if they pick Wentz, no point for the pick. No score for and additional picks involved in the trades. Just K.I.S.S.

This draft is already insane. And it hasn't even started yet. I think it will get even more insane.
This is the official draft order post Eagles / Browns trade.

I will use NFL.com's Team needs list. You may use whatever list from whatever site you want.
Round 1
Pick
1. Los Angeles Rams (from Tennessee Titans) Quarterback, Wide receiver, center, defensive back PICK: Jared Goff, QB, California
2. Philadelphia Eagles (from Cleveland Browns) Running back, Offensive line, pass rusher, wide receiver PICK: Carson Wentz, QB, North Dakota State
3. San Diego Chargers (from 49ers) Defensive line, Safety, tight end, offensive line PICK: DeForest Buckner, DE, Oregon
4. Dallas Cowboys DE, Cornerback, Quarterback, running back, defensive tackle PICK: Joey Bosa, DE, Ohio State ( Most over rated player in this draft)
5. Jacksonville Jaguars Cornerback, Center, outside linebacker, guard PICK: Jalen Ramsey*, CB/S, Florida State
6. Baltimore Ravens Offensive line, Cornerback, outside linebacker, wide receiver PICK: Laremy Tunsil*, OT, Ole Miss
7. San Francisco 49ers Quarterback, Inside linebacker, offensive tackle, offensive guard, wide receiver PICK: Paxton Lynch,QB,Memphis
8. ***TRADE 3 team***Tennessee Titans (via Los Angeles Rams) get Cleveland Browns (from Philadelphia Eagles through Miami Dolphins) Browns Get Mike Glennon, QB, from Tampa for the 2nd round pick the Browns just got from Titans. Titans PICK:Ronnie Stanley,OT,Notre Dame
9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cornerback, Offensive tackle, safety, defensive end PICK: Vernon Hargreaves III, CB, Florida
10. New York Giants Linebacker, Wide receiver, offensive line, running back, safety PICK: Jack Conklin*, OT, Michigan State
11. Chicago Bears Pass rusher, Offensive line, cornerback, defensive line PICK: Leonard Floyd*, OLB, Georgia
12. New Orleans Saints Defensive line, Outside linebacker, cornerback, offensive guard PICK: Myles Jack*, OLB, UCLA
13. Miami Dolphins (from Philadelphia Eagles) RB, Cornerback, Offensive tackle, offensive guard, defensive end PICK: Ezekiel Elliott*, RB, Ohio State
14. Oakland Raiders Offensive tackle, Cornerback, inside linebacker, safety, running back PICK: Reggie Ragland, ILB, Alabama
15. Cleveland Browns (from Titans via Rams) Quarterback, Wide receiver, defensive line, inside linebacker, offensive line PICK: Taylor Decker, OT, Ohio State
16. Detroit Lions Offensive tackle, Cornerback, outside linebacker, defensive line PICK: Shaq Lawson*, DE, Clemson
17. Atlanta Falcons Pass rusher, Safety, inside linebacker, offensive guard PICK: Emmanuel Ogbah*, DE, Oklahoma State
18. Indianapolis Colts Offensive line, Outside linebacker, cornerback, free safety PICK: Darron Lee*, OLB, Ohio State
19. Buffalo Bills Right tackle, Defensive line, wide receiver, linebacker, kicker PICK: Sheldon Rankins, DT, Louisville
20. New York Jets Edge rusher, Offensive line, tight end, cornerback Jets shock the world PICK: Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State
21. Washington Redskins Center, Defensive line, wide receiver, cornerback PICK: Ryan Kelly, C, Alabama
22. Houston Texans Defensive end, Wide receiver, offensive line, tight end (Jon Gruden tweeted that he would be shocked if Hackenberg didn't go in the 1st round. I think he knows something.) PICK: Christian Hackenberg, QB, Penn State
23. Minnesota Vikings Wide receiver, Offensive tackle, offensive guard, punter PICK: Laquon Treadwell*, WR, Ole Miss
24. Cincinnati Bengals Wide receiver, Nose tackle, linebacker, center PICK: Will Fuller*, WR, Notre Dame
25. Pittsburgh Steelers Cornerback, Safety, offensive guard, outside linebacker PICK: Eli Apple**, CB, Ohio State
26. Seattle Seahawks Cornerback, offensive guard, defensive line Pick: William Jackson, CB, Houston
27. Green Bay Packers Inside linebacker, Outside linebacker, offensive tackle, tight end PICK: Noah Spence, 3-4OLB, Eastern Kentucky
28. Kansas City Chiefs Outside linebacker, Quarterback, wide receiver, defensive line PICK: Su'a Cravens*, OLB/S, USC
29. New England Patriots (Forfeited) Offensive tackle, Cornerback, wide receiver, running back
29. Arizona Cardinals Safety, Outside linebacker, cornerback, tight end PICK: Keanu Neal*, S, Florida
30. Carolina Panthers Offensive tackle, Defensive end, defensive back, running back PICK: Derrick Henry*, RB, Alabama
31. Denver Broncos Quarterback, Offensive line, defensive line, linebacker PICK: Cody Whitehair, G, Kansas State

Round 2
Pick (overall)
1 (32). Cleveland Browns Quarterback, Wide receiver, defensive line, inside linebacker PICK: Germain Ifedi*, OT, Texas A&M (Lost their RT in FA, Traded Joe Thomas to Seattle for their 3rd rounder this year and their 1st rounder next year. This gives the Browns THREE 1st rounders next year.)
2 (33). Tennessee Titans Cornerback, safety, defensive end PICK: Kevin Dodd*, DE, Clemson
3 (34). Dallas Cowboys DE, Cornerback, Quarterback, running back, defensive tackle ( Still need a DE. Both starters suspended 4 games.) PICK: Robert Nkemdiche, DE/DT, Ole Miss
4 (35). San Diego Chargers Defensive line, Safety, tight end, offensive line PICK: Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama
5 (36). Baltimore Ravens Cornerback, outside linebacker, wide receiver PICK: Kendall Fuller*, CB, Virginia Tech
6 (37). San Francisco 49ers Inside linebacker, offensive tackle, offensive guard, wide receiver PICK: Jason Spriggs, OT, Indiana
7 (38). Jacksonville Jaguars Center, outside linebacker, guard PICK: Nick Martin, C, Notre Dame
8 (39). Tampa Bay Buccaneers Offensive tackle, safety, defensive end PICK: Jonathan Bullard, DE/DT, Florida
9 (40). New York Giants Linebacker, Wide receiver, running back, safety PICK: Corey Coleman*, WR, Baylor
10 (41). Chicago Bears Offensive line, cornerback, defensive line PICK: A'Shawn Robinson*, DT, Alabama
11 (42). Miami Dolphins Cornerback, Offensive tackle, offensive guard, defensive end PICK: Xavien Howard*, CB, Baylor
12 (43). Cleveland from Tennessee Titans (from Los Angeles Rams through Philadelphia Eagles) Quarterback, Wide receiver, defensive line, inside linebacker PICK: Josh Doctson, WR, TCU
13 (44). Oakland Raiders Offensive tackle, Cornerback, safety, running back PICK: Mackensie Alexander**, CB, Clemson
14 (45). Tennessee Titans (from Los Angeles Rams) Cornerback, safety PICK: Artie Burns*, CB, Miami
15 (46). Detroit Lions Offensive tackle, Cornerback, outside linebacker, defensive line PICK: Vernon Butler, DT, Louisiana Tech


April 21st, 2016, 1:10 am
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Post Re: Lionbacker Member Mocks.
No one else wants to take a shot at this?


April 23rd, 2016, 6:07 pm
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Post Re: Lionbacker Member Mocks.
Billy, some will wait because more and more information seems to come out as the draft gets closer. As for me, I've not really been as involved in reviewing things as much as I have been in the past. I don't know as much about the players entering the draft as I have in previous years. But I'll do a first round mock.

1. LAR (from TEN) Jared Goff, QB, California
2. PHI (from CLE) Carson Wentz, QB, North Dakota State
3. SD(from SF) Laremy Tunsil, OT, Ole Miss
4. DAL Jalen Ramsey, CB, Florida State
5. JAX Myles Jack, LB, UCLA
6. BAL DeForest Buckner, DE, Oregon
7. SF Joey Bosa, DE, Ohio State
8. CLE (from PHI through MIA) Vernon Hargreaves III, CB, Florida
9. TB Ronnie Staley, OT, Notre Dame
10. NYG Ezekiel Elliot, RB, Ohio State
11. CHI Leonard Floyd, LB, Georgia
12. NO Shaq Lawson, LB, Clemson
13. MIA (from PHI) Eli Apple, CB, Ohio State
14. OAK Sheldon Rankins, DT, Louisville
15. TEN (from LAR) Jack Conklin, OT, Michigan State
16. DET Taylor Decker, OT, Ohio State
17. ATL Emmanuel Ogbah, DE, Oklahoma State
18. IND Darron Lee, OLB, Ohio State
19. BUF Laquon Treadwell, WR, Ole Miss
20. NYJ Paxton Lynch,QB,Memphis
21. WAS Noah Spence, LB, Eastern Kentucky
22. HOU Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State
23. MIN Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama
24. CIN Corey Coleman, WR, Baylor
25. PIT William Jackson, CB, Houston
26. SEA Vernon Butler, DT, Louisiana Tech
27. GB Reggie Ragland, LB, Alabama
28. KC William Fuller, WR, Notre Dame
29. ARZ Ryan Kelly, OC, Alabama
30. CAR Karl Joseph, S, West Virginia
31. DEN Cody Whitehair, G, Kansas State

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April 23rd, 2016, 7:02 pm
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Post Re: Lionbacker Member Mocks.
Since having a child I've had zero time for anything Lions or football. I usually put a TON of time into my mocks and actually publish my final every year and call it my Vs Kiper Challenge so I can prove I consistently have a more accurate mock that Kiper, in which I've lost ONE time in about 5 years of doing it. I just can't find the time to do one and if it's not 1000% into it, I won't do one.

I would like an OT though.


April 24th, 2016, 7:03 pm
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I was going to go for 100 picks but how about 2 rounds...

1. LAR Jared Goff, QB, California : Big pressure on him after the trade. At least there s a running game.
2. PHI Carson Wentz, QB, North Dakota State : Have a feeling Wentz is going to make Cleveland look bad despite getting a decent haul.
3. SD Laremy Tunsil, OT, Ole Miss : Chargers need his obvious talent badly but he still needs some rough edges sharpened up.
4. DAL Joey Bosa, DE, Ohio State : Should be a good fit here though Dallas could go for Elliot.
5. JAX Jalen Ramsey, CB, Florida State : Jacksonville sprints to the podium for the biggest year 1 impact defender in the draft.
6. BAL Ronnie Staley, OT, Notre Dame : I think he s more immediately ready to play at a high level than Tunsil and bounces Monroe to RT.
7. SF DeForest Buckner, DE, Oregon : They need to refresh that defense and there isnt a good fit QB for Kelly s scheme here.
8. CLE Myles Jack, LB, UCLA : He s well on his way in the ACL recovery and they can be creative in how they use him all over the field.
9. TB Vernon Hargreaves III, CB, Florida : I dont think he s that good but the gurus seem to love him.
10. NYG Shaq Lawson, DE, Clemson : They cant pass on big name passrushers.
11. CHI Leonard Floyd, LB, Georgia : Fangio needs a 3-4 OLB that can get to the passer.
12. NO Kevin Dodd, DE, Clemson : They could go DT here but there are less good DEs in this draft, so they go DE first and pick up a good DT later.
13. MIA (from PHI) Ezekiel Elliot, RB, Ohio State : He could go at 4, maybe 6 or even 10 but Miami wants him bad and he doesnt fall past this.
14. OAK Reggie Ragland, LB, Alabama : Darron Lee is too much of a new age LBer while Ragland has some old school in him but still can cover.
15. TEN (from LAR) Jack Conklin, OT, Michigan State : Lions almost get there guy but Tennessee stays put and is set at both tackles for a long time.
16. DET Sheldon Rankins, DT, Louisville. He s not Aaron Donald but he can get some pressure from inside and pairs well with Ngata.
17. ATL Darron Lee, OLB, Ohio State. This defense needs a speed infusion.
18. IND Taylor Decker, OT, Ohio State. Protecting Luck is a pressing need and he ll be ready to help right away.
19. BUF Laquon Treadwell, WR, Ole Miss. He could go higher and Rex Ryan loves defense but this a good complement to Watkins with a different skill set.
20. NYJ William Jackson III, CB, Houston. Jackson is a big corner with ball skills but not quite PPeterson 2.0.
21. WAS Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama. A safer pick than his teammate Robinson.
22. HOU Corey Coleman, WR, Baylor. Need an alternative to Deandre Hopkins.
23. MIN A'Shawn Robinson, DT, Alabama. Big space eater inside with upside that ll torture the Lions for years.
24. CIN Josh Doctson, WR, TCU. Need to offset Marvin Jonesa and Sanu losses and this kid has good hands.
25. PIT Eli Apple, CB, Ohio State. Secondary needs an influx of talent and Apple in my eyes is more of a sure thing than Jackson and Hargreaves ahead of him.
26. SEA Ryan Kelly, C, Alabama. They had a former WMU converted DT and Jags p.s cut starting at Center last year. Kelly is a good value and fills a need.
27. GB Vernon Butler, DT, Louisiana Tech. BJ Raji was overrated anyway but they re lucky to have there position of need have great depth in Round 1.
28. KC William Fuller, WR, Notre Dame. Big time speed threat but needs to catch the ball.
29. ARZ Robert Nkemdiche, DT, Ole Miss. Defensive line could use some upgrades and Arians can handle this guys personality.
30. CAR Mackensie Alexander, CB, Clemson. Get a good corner after losing Josh Norman.
31. DEN Chris Jones, DT, Mississippi State. They realize that they won the SuperBowl behind there defense which took some losses in the offseason.

Round 2
Pick (overall)
1 (32). Browns- Paxton Lynch, QB, Memphis. They stay patient and get Hue Jackson's toolsy project in Round 2.
2 (33). Titans - Artie Burns, CB, Miami. Has all the measurables.
3 (34). Cowboys - Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama. They pass on Elliot in Rd 1 but get the next best thing who can control the clock for them.
4 (35). Chargers - Andrew Billings, DT, Baylor. DL needs to be stout.
5 (36). Ravens - Noah Spence, OLB, Eastern Kentucky. Fits there profile of edge rusher.
6 (37). 49ers - Jason Spriggs, OT, Indiana. Kelly loves athletic tackles and this one might be the most athletic OL in the draft.
7 (38). Jaguars - Austin Johnson, DT, Penn State. Adding Fowler and Johnson gives Bradley a DL he can work with.
8 (39). Buccaneers - Emmanuel Ogbah, DE, Oklahoma State. Big value to help there nonexistent passrush.
9 (40). Giants - Michael Thomas, WR, Ohio State. Beckham needs a partner in crime.
10(41). Bears - Jihad Ward, DE, Illinois. 3-4 DE for the defensive transition.
11 (42). Dolphins - Cody Whitehair, G, Kansas State. Pave the way for Elliot.
12 (43). Titans - Kenny Clark, DT, UCLA. Titans need to spread the wealth on that DL.
13 (44). Raiders - Keanu Neal, S, Florida. They got Reggie Nelson to help with Woodson retirement but need a future plan.
14 (45). Titans - Jordan Jenkins, OLB, Georgia. Need some depth and future planning for the edge of that 3-4.
15 (46). Lions - Germain Ifedi, OT, Texas A&M. Lions lucky to land him here, has the length and feet to have potential as a pass blocker.
16.(47). Saints - Hunter Henry, TE, Arkansas. Brees misses his TE in the passing game, even though the defense needs more help.
17.(48). Colts - Joshua Garnett, G, Stanford. OL, OL, OL for them.
18.(49). Bills - Johnathan Bullard, DE, Florida. If they get him to gain a few pounds he can be a 3-4 DE for Rex Ryan.
19.(50). Falcons - Vonn Bell, S, Ohio State. Him and Lee help them cover a lot of ground vs the pass.
20.(51). Jets - Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State. Doesnt turn it over and has some great skill players around him.
21.(52). Texans - Kamalei Correa, OLB, Boise State. Versatile defender who should fit there defense.
22.(53). Redskins - Tyler Boyd, WR, Pitt. They could use a WR to groom.
23.(54). Vikings - Daryl Worly, CB, West Virginia. Physical corner for Zimmer.
24.(55). Bengals - Kendall Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech. Drops a bit bc of injury but they dont have to rush him
25.(56) Hawks - Shon Coleman, OT, Auburn. They need OL help.
26.(57) Packers - Joshua Perry, LB, Ohio State. Versatile defender to help the middle of this defense.
27.(58) Steelers - Karl Joseph, S, West Virginia. Everything you want in a safety but is short and coming off injury.
28.(59) Chiefs - Christian Westerman, G, Arizona State. Should be a plug and play guard.
29.(60) Pats - Maliek Collins, DT, Nebraska. Good inside who plays run and pass well.
30.(61) Pats - Sterling Shepard, WR, Oklahoma. The kind of precise route runner with hands that would do well with Brady.
31.(62) Panthers - Carl Nassib, DE, Penn State. Might be a one year wonder but measures well and they need help rushing the passer.
32.(63) Broncos - Christian Hackenberg, QB, Penn State. I think they d prefer Cook but have to jump on Hackenberg here.


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