Praser’s Mock Draft

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Apr 26, 2012; New York, NY, USA; NFL commissioner Roger Goodell introduces defensive end Shea McClellin (Boise State) as the 19th overall pick by the Chicago Bears in the 2012 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: James Lang-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL Draft  is like the Super Bowl of the off season and in order to get through the time, I have created my own Mock Draft for your reading enjoyment. Please tell me how wrong I am in the comments section below because I don’t watch much college football and I generally only care about one NFL football team, the Chicago Bears.  But here goes my first even mock draft.

1. Kansas City Chiefs

What to do with the #1 pick? With the rookie wage scale in place, a team can choose any position they want with the first pick of the draft. Since Andy Reid lost his job in Philadelphia because he didn’t have any offensive line depth, picking an Offensive Tackle would be the wisest move.

Eric Fisher
OT, Central Michigan

2. Jacksonville Jaguars

All I know is that Jacksonville has a long way to go and has many needs, so they will go with a quarterback for their pick.

Geno Smith
QB, West Virginia

3. Oakland Raiders

Since Luke Joeckel is still on the board when it is Oakland’s turn, they might as well grab him.

Luke Joeckel
OT, Texas A&M

4. Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles need Offensive Line help, and both top Tackles are now off the board. What to do with the #4 pick? They could use a young quarterback, but Geno Smith is gone. Is it time to draft a defensive player?  I think it is.

Star Lotulelei
DT, Utah

5. Detroit Lions

Let’s see, will the Lions choose a wide receiver with the #5 pick? No, that was something that they would do when Matt Millen was the General Manager. Detroit has been consistent on bolstering both their defensive and offensive lines in the first round. You need to win the battle up front in the trenches and pressure the quarterback.

Chance Warmack
G, Alabama

6. Cleveland Browns

Cleveland is just happy that they are not #1 or #2. They have needs all over the place. Can you draft a new team with the #6 pick? Why not pick a quarterback? That would be funny.

Matt Barkley

7. Arizona Cardinals

Good thing the Cardinals don’t need a quarterback anymore since both of the good ones are gone. Well, that is okay because they need Offensive Line help.

Lane Johnson
OT, Oklahoma

8. Buffalo Bills

Mario Williams was the best free agent signing ever.

Ezekiel Ansah

9. New York Jets

I am so glad that I am not a New York Jets fan. Enough said.

Jonathan Cooper
G/C, North Carolina

10. Tennessee Titans

The Tennessee Titans used to be my favorite AFC team to watch on CBS when the Bears were not playing. Then, they fired Jeff Fisher. Now I watch them when they play the Bears. They need some help. Why not a defensive tackle?

Sharrif Floyd
DT, Floridal

11. San Diego Chargers

What is going on with Philip Rivers? I think they should trade him to a NFC North team so that Jay Cutler and him can get lippy again twice a year. Plus, the Chargers would get some draft picks. Win-Win situation. On a side note, they need a wide receiver.

Tavon Austin
WR, West Virginia

12. Miami Dolphins

Thank you Miami. These guys are the best. Enjoy the 3rd round pick, the Bears are enjoying Brandon Marshall. Maybe they should draft a receiver? Never mind. They bought one in free agency; Cornerback it is.

Xavier Rhodes
CB, Florida State

13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

What is going on in Tampa Bay? No, really, I don’t pay attention to them. Are they still in the NFC Central? They probably need a cornerback.

DeMarcus Milliner
CB, Alabama

14. Carolina Panthers

I should have voted for Ron Rivera for the Madden cover. Oh well. Carolina will pick a Offensive Tackle.

Menelik Watson
OT, Florida State

15. New Orleans Saints

Can New Orleans draft a defensive coordinator? If not, then how about draft a defensive player? They need some pass rush.

Dion Jordan
OLB, Oregon

16. St. Louis Rams

Jeff Fisher, do your thing. The Rams are going to pick the best football player available when it comes their turn.

D.J. Fluker
OT/G, Alabama

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