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KChiefs1
01-26-2013, 12:06 AM
:LOL:
http://www.nfl.com/draft/2013/mock-drafts/gil-brandt/155116



PICK NO.
1

LUKE JOECKEL OT TEXAS A&M
The Chiefs, who are likely to lose offensive lineman Branden Albert to free agency, take the best player available in the draft.
PICK NO.
2

BJOERN WERNER DE FLORIDA ST.
The Jaguars need a pass rusher, and Werner is the best prospect in this class at getting after the quarterback.
PICK NO.
3

GENO SMITH QB WEST VIRGINIA
With lots of needs, the Raiders take their chances with Smith, who carries some risk, but offers a significant potential reward.
PICK NO.
4

CHANCE WARMACK OGALABAMA
The Eagles fill a need by making Warmack the first guard picked in the top 10 since 1997.
PICK NO.
5

DEE MILLINER CBALABAMA
The Lions shore up their secondary with Milliner, who has the size teams are looking for at cornerback.
PICK NO.
6

DAMONTRE MOORE DETEXAS A&M
The Browns need a pass rusher, so they go with the best one left on the board in Moore, who offers a ton of upside.
PICK NO.
7

MATT BARKLEY QBUSC
The Cardinals attempt to solve their quarterback problem with Barkley, a four-year starter with experience leading a good team.
PICK NO.
8

ALEC OGLETREE LBGEORGIA
Ogletree would help the Bills' defense a lot. Buffalo also needs receiver help, but that can be had later in the draft.
PICK NO.
9

JARVIS JONES LBGEORGIA
Rex Ryan loves defense. Jones excels at rushing and playing in space.
PICK NO.
10

STAR LOTULELEI DTUTAH
The Titans gave up more than 2,000 rushing yards this season; Lotulelei would be the perfect antidote for their troubles.
PICK NO.
11

DION JORDAN OLBOREGON
The Chargers need a pass-rushing end; Jordan can also play in space in a 3-4 defense.
PICK NO.
12

EZEKIEL ANSAH DEBYU
The upside on Ansah? That he turns into the next Jason Pierre-Paul.
PICK NO.
13

D.J. FLUKER OTALABAMA
Fluker is strong and is good in the run game. He'd give the Bucs someone to pair with left tackle Donald Penn.
PICK NO.
14

TERRANCE WILLIAMS WRBAYLOR
The prodigious Williams could give Cam Newton another weapon in the passing attack.
PICK NO.
15

KENNY VACCARO SSTEXAS
The Saints gave up 440.1 yards per game in 2012, worst in the NFL. Vaccaro can play against the run or the pass.
PICK NO.
16

EDDIE LACY RBALABAMA
With veteran running back Steven Jackson possibly on the way out, the Rams could turn to Lacy, the kind of big back that coach Jeff Fisher likes.
PICK NO.
17

SHELDON RICHARDSON DTMISSOURI
The strong, athletic Richardson could be a replacement for veteran nose tackle Casey Hampton.
PICK NO.
18

ERIC FISHER OTCENTRAL MICHIGAN
Fisher, who has tons of upside, could step in and start at right tackle immediately for the Cowboys, whose troubles on the line were well-documented in 2012.
PICK NO.
19

MANTI TE'O ILBNOTRE DAME
The Giants need linebacker help, and Te'o is the kind of player they like, his rough showing at the BCS Championship Game notwithstanding.
PICK NO.
20

ZACH ERTZ TESTANFORD
Ertz would boost both the running and the passing game for the Bears.
PICK NO.
21

BARKEVIOUS MINGO DELSU
Mingo has the potential to be an outstanding pass rusher. He could be the replacement for Michael Johnson, who's set to become a free agent.
PICK NO.
22

KEENAN ALLEN WRCALIFORNIA
Fisher gives Sam Bradford another target in Allen, who excelled at Cal despite lacking a serviceable quarterback.
PICK NO.
23

SHARRIF FLOYD DTFLORIDA
The Vikings need a speedy receiver, but that would be a reach here, so they go with Floyd, who has strength and some pass-rushing ability.
PICK NO.
24

ALEX OKAFOR DETEXAS
In need of defensive help, the Colts pick the speedy Okafor, who stood out in the Alamo Bowl, to replace veteran Dwight Freeney.
PICK NO.
25

DEANDRE HOPKINS WRCLEMSON
The Seahawks have very good young players at most positions, though they could use a receiver who can get some separation. Hopkins might be a bit of a reach, but he's quick.
PICK NO.
26

TRAVIS FREDERICK CWISCONSIN
With Jeff Saturday likely on his way out, Frederick, who can play center and guard, could step in and help the Packers right away.
PICK NO.
27

TYLER EIFERT TENOTRE DAME
The Texans go with Eifert, a tight end who can block and catch passes.
PICK NO.
28

JOHNTHAN BANKS CBMISSISSIPPI ST.
The Broncos had trouble defending the pass against the Ravens in a playoff loss. Banks lacks great speed, but he has very good ball skills.
PICK NO.
29

JOHN JENKINS DTGEORGIA
The Patriots also go for the best player left by taking Jenkins, a strong defensive tackle with very good short-area quickness.

PICK NO.
30

KAWANN SHORT DTPURDUE
Short, a big, explosive guy who plays with good effort, could give the Falcons some much-needed defensive help.

PICK NO.
31

SAM MONTGOMERY DE LSU
The Ravens are getting older on defense. The hard-playing Montgomery led LSU in sacks and tackles for a loss in 2012.

PICK NO.
32

JOHNATHAN HANKINS DT OHIO ST.
The 49ers are stacked with young talent, so they take the best player still on the board in Hankins, who needs to get better at rushing the passer.

RustShack
01-26-2013, 01:02 AM
Jesus. If there was a QB worth the #3, Reid and Dorsey both would draft him every time over a LT.

SNR
01-26-2013, 01:09 AM
This Joeckel shit stopped being funny the moment it fucking happened :facepalm:

DTLB58
01-26-2013, 02:42 AM
After Brandt said he would start Cassel if he were here cause he's just a "Football Player" I think his opinion should be banned for life.

The Bad Guy
01-26-2013, 04:35 AM
Got it. Chiefs have a really good LT, but they are going to let him walk (when they have loads of cap space) just to take a LT #1 overall when they have the worst QB situation in the NFL.

PhillyChiefFan
01-26-2013, 07:44 AM
Got it. Chiefs have a really good LT, but they are going to let him walk (when they have loads of cap space) just to take a LT #1 overall when they have the worst QB situation in the NFL.

Treading water. Makes perfect sense to me :facepalm:

Ultra Peanut
01-26-2013, 08:32 AM
I TOO WOULD LIKE TO OFFER THE BEST PROTECTION POSSIBLE FOR FRANCHISE QUARTERBACK [to be determined by raffle]

the Talking Can
01-26-2013, 08:54 AM
gil brandt, may i introduce you to black bob's uncle....

BigMeatballDave
01-26-2013, 09:08 AM
Why would this turd just assume the Chiefs are going to lose Albert to FA?

RippedmyFlesh
01-26-2013, 09:12 AM
Treading water. Makes perfect sense to me :facepalm:

It's not even treading water. It is a down grade. I don't care what Joeckel's
upside is we already have the position covered better than most team's in the league. If we don't pick a qb this year we will end up having to do what Washington did to get one next year. I would do that if needed but we don't have to if we pick correctly this year.