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Full 4-Round NFL Mock Draft
posted Mar 18, 07:05PM
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The folllowing is my updated 4 round mock draft

                                                                                                        Round 1

1. Kansas City Chiefs- Luke Joeckel OT Texas A&M

2. Jacksonville Jaguars-Shariff Floyd DT Florida

3. Oakland Raiders- Dion Jordan DE Oregon

4. Philadelphia Eagles-Dee Milliner CB Alabama

5. Detroit Lions- Eric Fisher T Central Michigan

6. Cleveland Browns- Chance Warmack G Alabama

7. Arizona Cardinals-Geno Smith QB West Virginia

8. Buffalo Bills- Corradelle Patterson WR Tennessee 

9. New York Jets- Star Loteleli DT Utah

10. Tennessee Titans- Kenny Vaccaro S Texas

11. San Diego Chargers-Lane Johnson T Oklahoma

12. Miami Dolphins- Xavier Rhodes CB Florida State

13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Desmond Trufant CB Washington

14. Carolina Panthers- Ezekial Ansah DE BYU

15. New Orleans Saints- Jarvis Jones OLB Georgia

16. St.Louis Rams- Tavon Austin WR West Virginia

17. Pittsburgh Steelers- Barkevious Mingo OLB LSU

18.Dallas Cowboys-Jonathan Cooper G North Carolina

19.New York Giants-Damontre Moore DE Texas A&M

20. Chicago Bears-D.J Fluker T Alabama

21.Cincinati Bengals- Alec Ogeltree LB Georgia

22. St. Louis Rams- Tyler Eiffert TE Notre Dame

23. Minnesota Vikings- Keenan Allen WR California

24. Indianapolis Colts- Sheldon Richardson DT Missouri

25. Minnesota Vikings- Jonathan Banks CB Mississippi State

26. Green Bay Packers- Zach Ertz TE Stanford 

27. Houston Texans- Justin Hunter WR Tennessee

28. Denver Broncos- Tank Carradine DE Florida State 

29. New England Patriots- Kawann Short DT Purdue 

30. Atlanta Falcons- Bjeorn Werner DE Florida State

31. San Francisco 49ers- Datone Jones DE UCLA

32. Baltimore Ravens- Kevin Minter ILB LSU


                                                                                      Round 2

33. Jacksonville Jaguars- Margus Hunt DE SMU

34. San Francisco 49ers- Jonathan Cyprien S Florida International

35. Philadelphia Eagles- E.J Manuel QB Florida State

36. Detroit Lions- Menelik Watson T Florida State

37. Cincinnati Bengals- Giovanni Bernard RB North Carolina

38. Arizona Cardinals- Kyle Long T Oregon

39. New York Jets- Eddie Lacy RB Alabama

40. Tennessee Titans- Darius Slay CB Mississippi State

41. Buffalo Bills- Ryan Nassib QB Syracuse

42.  Miami Dolphins- Terron Armstead T Arkansas Pine Bluff

43. Tampa Bay Bucaneers- Jamar Taylor CB Boise State

44. Carolina Panthers- Logan Ryan CB Rutgers

45. San Diego Chargers- Larry Warford G Kentucky

46. St. Louis Rams- Matt Elam S Florida

47. Dallas Cowboys- Manti Te’o ILB Notre Dame

48. Pittsburgh Steelers- Khaseem Greene LB Rutgers

49. New York Giants- Arthur Brown LB Kansas State

50. Chicago Bears- DeAndre Hopkins WR Clemson

51. Washington Redskins- Eric Reid S LSU

52. Minnesota Vikings- Jonathan Hankins DT Ohio State

53. Cincinnati Bengals- Baccari Rambo S Georgia

54. Miami Dolphins- Stepfan Taylor RB Stanford

55. Green Bay Packers- Montee Ball RB Wisconsin

56. Seattle Seahawks- Jonathan Jenkins DT Georgia

57. Houston Texans- Chase Thomas LB Stanford

58. Denver Broncos- Phillip Thomas S Fresno State

59. New England Patriots- Stedman Bailey WR West Virginia

60. Atlanta Falcons- Dallas Thomas G/T Tennessee

61. San Francisco 49ers – Robert Woods WR USC

62. Baltimore Ravens- Jesse Williams NT Alabama


                                                                                                        Round 3

63. Kansas City Chiefs- Terrance Williams WR Baylor

64. Jacksonville Jaguars- Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB Uconn

65. Detroit Lions- Matt Barkley QB USC

66. Oakland Raiders- Mike Glennon QB NC State

67. Philadelphia Eagles-Jordan Poyer CB Oregon State

68. Cleveland Browns- Tyler Wilson QB Arkansas

69. Arizona Cardinals- Da’Rick Rodgers WR Tennessee Tech

70. Tennessee Titans- Travis Kelce TE Cincinnati

71. Buffalo Bills- Jordan Reed TE Florida

72. New York Jets- Tyler Bray QB Tennessee

73. Tampa Bay Bucaneers- Corey Lemonoier DE Auburn

74. San Francisco 49ers- Barrett Jones G/C/T Alabama

75. New Orleans Saints- Bennie Logan DT LSU

76. San Diego Chargers- Joseph Randle RB Oklahoma State

77. Miami Dolphins- Vance McDonald TE Rice

78.   St.Louis Rams- Brian Schwenke C California

79.  Pittsburgh Steelers- Quinton Patton WR Louisiana Tech

80. Dallas Cowboys- Travis Federick C Wisconsin

81. New York Giants- Justin Pugh C/G Syracuse

82. Miami Dolphins- Alex Okafor DE Texas

83. Minnesota Vikings-Cobi Hamilton WR Arkansas

84. Cincinnati Bengals – Sio Moore OLB Uconn

85. Washington Redskins- Marcus Wheaton WR Oregon State

86. Indianapolis Colts- Sam Montgomery DE LSU

87. Seattle Seahawks- David Bakitahari T Buffalo

88. Green Bay Packers- Kenjon Barner RB Oregon

89. Houston Texans- Brennan Williams T North Carolina

90. Denver Broncos- Jawann Jamison RB Rutgers

91. New England Patriots- Chris Faulk T LSU

92. Atlanta Falcons- Tharold Simon CB LSU

93. San Francisco 49ers- Xavier Gooden OLB Missouri

94. Baltimore Ravens- Kenny Stills WR Oklahoma


                                                                                                Round 4

95. Jacksonville Jaguars- J.J Wilcox S Georgia Southern

96. Kansas City Chiefs- Mike Gilisee RB Florida

97. Oakland Raiders- Jamie Collins OLB Southern Mississisipi

98.  Philadelphia Eagles-Ryan Swope WR Texas A&M

99. Minnesota Vikings- Tony Jefferson S Oklahoma

100. Arizona Cardinals- Andre Ellington RB Clemson

101. Cleveland Browns- Nick Kasa TE Buffalo

102. Buffalo Bills- Jon Bostic ILB Florida

103. New York Jets- Tyron Mattheiu S LSU

104. Tennessee Titans- Landry Jones QB Oklahoma

105. Carolina Panthers- Jordan Hill DT Penn State

106. New Orleans Saints- D.J Swearinger S South Carolina

107. San Diego Chargers- Trevardo Williams OLB UCONN

108. Miami Dolphins- Zach Line FB SMU

109. Tampa Bay Bucaneers- Joseph Fauria TE UCLA

110. St. Louis Rams- Jonathan Franklin RB UCLA

111. Dallas Cowboys- Robert Lester S Alabama

112. Pittsburgh Steelers- Le’veon Bell RB Michigan State

113. New York Giants- Zac Dysert QB Miami (Ohio)

114. Chicago Bears- Ryan Otten TE San Jose State

115. Cincinnati Bengals- Devin Taylor DE South Carolina

116. Washington Redskins- Jordan Mils T Louisiana Tech

117. Minnesota Vikings- Alvin Bailey T/G Arkansas

118. Indianapolis Colts- Garrett Gilkey T/G Chadron State

119. Green Bay Packers- Khaled Holmes C USC

120. Seattle Seahawks- Christian Michael RB Texas A&M

121. Houston Texans-  Michael Buchanon DE/OLB Illinois

122. Denver Broncos- Jelani Jenkins OLB Florida

123. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Oday Abushi T

124. Atlanta Falcons- Rex Burkhead RB Nebraska

125. San Francisco 49ers- Terry Hawthorne CB Illinois

126. Baltimore Ravens- Jake Knott OLB Iowa State

Comments (1)

i would be very happy if the jets draft board looked like this.

posted by acesmc6, Mar 18, 23:08
Colin Kaepernick
There's a beautiful thing about the NFL that most of you have already seen : On any given Sunday, there's always someone on the field or on the sidelines who finds a way to show his true donkeyfy-ing nature. Last week, it was Chargers HC McCoy and his poor game plan against the Broncos.

This week was even bigger. 4 teams were still standing. The Broncos whooped the Patriots in a game that wasn't as close as the score indicates in the AFC championship. But the main event was something you didn't want to miss. Seahawks and Niners, one of the best (if not the best) rivalries in today's NFL. Hard hits, trash talking and a game that went down to the wire but, sadly for Niners fans, San Fran' ultimately lost. And our Donkey, 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick was the biggest factor.

Jimmy Johnson said it best, Colin Kaepernick kept the Niners in the game with his feet and killed them with his arm. Two late INTs and a Fumble in the fourth quarter. A game to forget for the former Nevada product who played the 1st 3 quarters like he was the second coming of Steve Young. A game that should lead to a lot of questions in the Niners front office and, of course, a game that prevented them from making back to back Superbowl appearances. But let us ask the question that needs to be asked : How could Kaepernick choke that badly? Getting strip sacked by a defense you were running all over in the first half (Ok that can happen to any QB) The absolutely awful throw right to Kam Chancellor (That mistake can't happen!) And the game ending interception, on another bad throw vs the opponents best player? How? I mean ... No one should expect our Donkey to be Joe Montana but some things should have been avoided. SF was leading 17-13 at the start of the 4th quarter and until that final turnover, they were still very much poised to get a huge road win. Why force a throw on a 1st and 10 with still 30 seconds left? So many questions to ask, but only one conclusion : Colin Kaepernick choked. Badly.

And the Niners will watch the Superbowl on TV. But rejoice Colin, this gives you more time to model for magazines and add to your sneaker collection... but we'll just see you as our Donkey of the Day!