2013 NFL Delightfully Inaccurate Yet Awesome 3 Round Mock Draft

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ROUND 3

63. Kansas City Chiefs: Corey Lemonier, OLB, Auburn

One of the few areas the Chiefs did not upgrade in free agency was pass rusher. Corey Lemonier would be a good fit as a 34 OLB and could be a good rotational pass rusher as a rookie with Justin Houston (10 sacks last season) and Tamba Hali (9 sacks). You can never have too many OLB in a 34.  Total Haul: Round 1 pick: LT Luke Joeckel, Round 2 pick: traded to San Fran for Alex Smith Round 3: OLB Corey Lemonier

64. Jacksonville Jaguars: Terron Armstead, OT, Arkansas-Pine Bluff

Armstead was a star at the combine running a 4.65 and putting up 31 reps on the benchpress. He is an athletic tackle who has been catching the eyes of scouts ever since draft season started back in January. He’s a round 3 pick who will step in and start at right tackle and will pair well with left tackle Eugene Monroe. A great pick for Jacksonville. Total Haul:Round 1: CB Dee Milliner, Round 2: SS Matt Elam, Round 3: OT Terron Armstead

65. Detroit Lions: Darius Slay, CB, Miss State

Total Haul: Round 1: DE Ezekiel Ansah, Round 2: OT Menelik Watson, Round 3: CB Darius Slay

66. Oakland Raiders: Leon McFadden, CB, San Diego State

Total Haul: Round 1: DE Dion Jordan, Round 2: Traded to Cincinatti in 2011 for Carson Palmer, Round 3: Leon McFadden

67.Philadelphia Eagles: EJ Manuel, QB, Florida State

Total Haul:  Round 1: LT Eric Fisher, Round 2: 34OLB Alex Okafor, Round 3:  QB EJ Manuel

68. Cleveland Browns: Mike Glennon, QB, North Carolina State

Total Haul: Round 1: DE/OLB Barkevious Mingo, Round 2: Exercised pick in 2012 supplemental draft for WR Josh Gordon, Round 3: QB Mike Glennon

69. Arizona Cardinals: Jordan Reed, TE, Florida

Total Haul: Round 1: LT Lane Johnson, Round 2: DE Sam Montgomery, Round 3: Jordan Reed

70. Tennessee Titans: Jamar Taylor, CB, Boise State

Total Haul: Round 1: WR Cordarelle Patterson, Round 2: CB Jonathan Banks, Round 3: CB Jamar Taylor

71.  Buffalo Bills: Sio Moore, LB, UCONN

Total Haul: Round 1: QB Geno Smith, Round 2: CB Robert Alford, Round 3: LB Sio Moore

72.  New York Jets: Cornelius Washington, LB, Georgia

Total Haul: Round 1: DT Sharriff Floyd, Round 2: QB Ryan Nassib, Round 3: OLB Cornelius Washington

73.  Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Gavin Escobar, TE, San Diego State

Total Haul: Round 1: Star Lotulelei, Round 2: LB Manti Te’o, Round 3: TE Gavin Escobar

74.  San Francisco 49ers: WR Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor

Total Haul: Round 1: Sylvester Williams, Round 2: TE Zach Ertz, DE Margus Hunt, Round 3: WR Terrance Williams

75.  New Orleans Saints: Brandon Williams, DT, Missouri

Total Haul: Round 1: OLB Jarvis Jones, Round 2: Forfeit, Round 3: Brandon Williams

76.  San Diego Chargers: Chris Harper, WR, Kansas State

Total Haul: Round 1: OG Chance Warmack, Round 2: OT Chris Faulk, Round 3: WR Chris Harper

77.  Miami Dolphins: Akeem Spence, DT, Illinois

Total Haul: Round 1: CB Xavier Rhodes, Round 2: OT Brennan Williams, RB Giovanni Bernard, Round 3: DT Akeem Spence

78.  St. Louis Rams: Justin Pugh, OG, Syracuse

Total Haul: Round 1: S Kenny Vaccaro, WR, DeAndre Hopkins, Round 2: LB Alec Ogletree, Round 3: OG Justin Pugh

79.  Pittsburgh Steelers: Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M

Total Haul: Round 1: RB Eddie Lacy, Round 2: DT Jesse Williams, Round 3: WR Ryan Swope

80.  Dallas Cowboys: Sean Porter, LB, Texas A&M

Total Haul: Round 1: OG Jonathan Cooper, Round 2: SS Jonathan Cyprien, Round 3: LB Sean Porter

81.  New York Giants: Will Davis, CB, Utah State

Total Haul: Round 1: DT Sheldon Richardson, Round 2: LB Kevin Minter, Round 3: CB Will Davis

82.  Miami Dolphins (from Chicago): Shawn Williams, SS, Georgia

Total Haul: Round 1: CB Xavier Rhodes, Round 2: OT Brennan Williams, RB Giovanni Bernard, Round 3: DT Akeen Spence, SS Shawn Williams

83.  Minnesota Vikings: Matt Scott, QB, Arizona

Total Haul: Round 1: CB Desmond Trufant, WR Keenan Allen, Round 2: LB Khaseem Greene, Round 3: QB Matt Scott

84.  Cincinatti Bengals: Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State

Total Haul: Round 1: DT Johnathan Hankins, Round 2: LB Arthur Brown, FS Eric Reid, Round 3: WR Markus Wheaton

85.  Washington Redskins: Andre Ellington, RB, Clemson

Total Haul: Round 1: Traded to St. Louis for 2nd overall pick in 2012, Round 2: WR Justin Hunter, Round 3: RB Andre Ellington

86.  Indianapolis Colts: Quinton Patton, WR, LA Tech

Total Haul: Round 1: DE Bjoern Werner, Round 2: to Miami, Round 3: WR Quinton Patton

87.  Seattle Seahawks: Brian Winters, OG, Kent State

Total Haul: Round 1: Traded to Minnesota for Percy Harvin, Round 2: CB David Amerson, Round 3: OG Brian Winters

88.  Green Bay Packers: Montee Ball, RB, Wisconsin

Total Haul: Round 1: DE Damonte Moore, Round 2: OC Barrett Jones, RB Montee Ball

89.  Houston Texans: Kyle Long, OT, Oregon

Total Haul: Round 1: QB Matt Barkley, Round 2: WR Robert Woods, Round 3: OT Kyle Long

90.  Denver Broncos: Mike Gillislee, RB, Florida

Total Haul: Round 1: TE Tyler Eifert, FS Phillip Thomas, RB Mike Gillislee

91.  New England Patriots: Stedman Bailey, WR, West Virginia

Total Haul: Round 1: DE Datone Jones, Round 2: S Baccari Rambo, Round 3: WR Stedman Bailey

92.  Atlanta Falcons: Johnathan Franklin, RB, UCLA

Total Haul: Round 1: Cornellius Carredine, Round 2: CB Logan Ryan, Round 3: RB Johnathan Franklin

93.  San Francisco 49ers: D.J. Swearinger, FS, South Carolina

Total Haul: Round 1: DT Sylvester Williams, Round 2: Zach Ertz, DE Margus Hunt, Round 3: WR Terrance Williams, FS D.J. Swearinger

94.  Baltimore Ravens: Travis Frederick, OC, Wisonsin

Total Haul: Round 1: DT Kawaan Short, Round 2: OLB Jamie Collins, Round 3: OC Travis Frederick

95.  Houston Texans: Jonathan Bostic, LB, Florida

Total Haul: Round 1: QB Matt Barkley, Round 2: WR Robert Woods, Round 3: OT Kyle Long, LB Jonathan Bostic

96.Kansas City Chiefs (comp): Aaron Dobson, WR, Marshall

Total Haul: Round 1: LT Luke Joeckel, Round 2: Traded to San Francisco for Alex Smith, Round 3: OLB Corey Lemonier, WR Aaron Dobson

97.  Tennessee Titans: Michael Buchanan, DE, Illinois

Total Haul: Round 1: Cordarelle Patterson, Round 2: CB Johnathan Banks, Round 3: CB Jamar Taylor, DE Michael Buchanan

So there you have it, folks. 3 rounds of mock draft goodness just for you. I was doing the best I could to do the unpredictable (besides drafting Joeckel first) while staying within the realm of possibility. The last thing I wanted to do was have my mock look like everyone else’s. Just go look at NFL.com if that’s what you want, but here at B&T we try to keep all avenues open.

Most fans and experts want their teams to draft in neat little packages, filling holes at certain positions. We as fans get so upset when drafts don’t pan out they way we want them to. Drafts shouldn’t be about need. It should be about finding the best young player who can make an impact on your team, punter excluded. There’s nothing cool about taking a player in the 3rd round you could have gotten in the 7th. Milliner, Elam and Armstead won’t be available in the 7th, that’s for sure. In this particular mock, I had the Jaguars drafting CB Dee Milliner in the first, SS Matt Elam in the second, and OT Terron Armstead in the third. All 3 come in and start day one. Is there a better chance the Jags could draft Dion Jordan at 2? Or maybe even Geno Smith? We don’t know. Come draft night, all bets are off and anything can happen.

-David R. Johns

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  • LukeNSims

    You definitely cover the Jags’ needs well. I’m so glad this draft has more surprising elements than other drafts, it’s going to be different from most people’s mocks I think.

    • David

      Luke, thank you so much! I’m trying to be original. I wouldn’t mind seeing the Jags draft a pass rusher, but looking at our depth chart it’s so difficult to ignore the fact that right now we’re starting Alan Ball at one CB spot and I think Chris Prosinski at S and Cameron Bradfield (who has potential to be a decent game day swing tackle but isn’t a starter) at RT. Thank you for reading!

      • Jim Wade

        Being original is probably the worst mind set when doing a draft. Try being logical next time and you won’t overdraft Milliner.

        • LukeNSims

          I think, placing the emphasis on drafting by need, as Caldwell has stated, was a moe than fair extrapolation. Is Milliner worth the #2 overall pick? Compared to some other picks, perhaps not. Is filling the major need of a starting cornerback worth the #2 overall pick to the Jaguars? Absolutely.

  • Terry O’Brien

    The title is correct. The draft was enjoyable. The accuracy is within bounds of reason. A three round draft is hard to construct. You did a great job on this.

    • David

      Thank you, Terry. You don’t know it, but you’ve really taught me a lot over the last year about drafting. Means a lot. Happy you enjoyed it!

  • G3N0BR0WN

    Very solid mock draft. It would be nice if we could trade back once in the first and once in the second and still get Milliner, Elam and Armstead

    • LukeNSims

      We probably could still land them if we traded back…now, can we?

      • flgatorsandjags

        If we trade back to get Milliner, he wont get past the Browns and I dont see nobody in the top 6 trading up. Our trade partners I see are possibly Ari. Buff. N.Y. S.D. or Mia.

      • G3N0BR0WN

        Oh its completely possible. Maybe pick up Darius Slay with one of the extra picks. Hes going to be a steal in this draft

  • JPV

    Hey — what happened to the Rams and the Vikings in round3?

    • David

      Ugh! You’re right! That’s what happens when trying to work from memory! I will repost!

    • David

      JPV-my sincerest apologies, and thank you for noticing! I have the Rams picking OG Justin Pugh in the 3rd. As solid as Harvey Dahl is and as great is the promise of young offensive lineman Shelley Smith is, picking Pugh in the 3rd round represented the best value pick. Dahl is 31 and will soon need a replacement. Getting Pugh right here allows the team to groom him into an eventual starter on the Rams offensive line. I have the Vikings selecting QB Matt Scott in the 3rd round. Ponder needs some competition and just as important, the Vikings need a QB who can provide better play than Joe Webb. Scott is a fast riser and who knows? Maybe he could eventually push Ponder for a starting job in the upcoming years.

  • flgatorsandjags

    Best mock yet, if we get a RT in free agency I would like to see Jonathan Franklin or Brandon Williams

  • flgatorsandjags

    Best mock yet, If we get a RT in free agency I like Jonathan Franklin or Brandon Williams in the 3rd

    • David

      Either one of those guys in the 3rd would be awesome. Great insight! I especially like Franklin.

  • Jim Wade

    Easily the worst mock draft I have seen yet. Milliner is barely worth a top 10 pick. Most overrated player in the draft. Wouldn’t have gone in the top 20 in the last two drafts.

    • David

      Well thanks for reading anyways, Jim! I’m happy you disagree with it, and I hope that you were entertained at the very least!

    • Terry O’Brien

      Jim, I think you have mistaken this site for the Jaguars message board. They are having a “know it all” convention and are expecting you!

  • Ron

    I dont agree if EJ manuel is available in the 3rd round and you dont take him that would be a big mistake in my opinion, we need a quarterback for the future , he has tremendous potential, dont blow another draft jags!!

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