Saturday, February 11, 2017

Moody's Mock: 2-Round NFL Mock Draft 2017

Courtesy of WalterFootball
Mock By:  @T.Moody 
1.  Browns: Myles GarrettDefensive EndTexas A&M 
Browns need a lot & Garrett is the best player in the draft to me. Cleveland gets a Franchise type player to build around on defense.

2.  49ers: Mitch TrubiskyQuarterbackNorth Carolina 
SF has needed a QB for awhile now. New coach Kyle Shanahan needs to get his guy to develop, so he reaches a bit here.

3.  Bears: Jonathan AllenDefensive TackleAlabama 
Teaming Allen with last year's 1st round pick Leonard Floyd & big free-agent acquisition Pernell Mcphee is just too enticing for the Bears. They need help on defense in the worse way.

4.  Jaguars: Jamal AdamsSafetyLSU 
I predict the Jags are going to lose Safety Jonathon Cyprien to free agency. So they need replace him with a bonafide stud & leader in Jamaal Adams. Suddenly, you have a great duo in the defensive backfield with Adams & Jalen Ramsey.

5.  Titans: Mike WilliamsWide ReceiverClemson 
Mariota needs someone to throw to and Kendall Wright isn't a #1 Wide Receiver & will probably leave via free agency. Titans get a home run pick here.

6.  Jets: Marshon LattimoreCornerbackOhio State 
Revis is old, Jets secondary was atrocious last season. Lattimore has the potential to be a #1 Cornerback in the league.

7.  Chargers: Malik HookerSafetyOhio State 
Hooker is special, some say his ball skills rival soon to be hall of famer Ed Reed. 'Nuff said!

8.  Panthers: Leonard FournetteRunning BackLSU 
Fournette will help the entire Panthers offense get back to where they play their best ball............smashmouth football!

Foster has All-pro potential, place him in the middle of your defense & he will hold down the position for the next 7-10 yrs. Combining him with Vontaze will have opposing RBs, WRs, & TEs scared to cross the middle. Good luck to the rest of the AFC North!


10.  Bills: DeShone KizerQuarterbackNotre Dame 
Tyrod probably won't be a Bill next season. Enter Deshone Kizer. He has the strong arm to make NFL throws, he just needs to develop his technique & be more consistent.


11.  Saints: Solomon ThomasDefensive EndStanford 
Thomas can be special, he moves all around the defensive line. He can rush the passer at 3-4 OLB, 4-3 DE; 4-3 DT. Just put him on the field & watch him work.

12.  Browns: Deshaun WatsonQuarterbackClemson 
Watson is a gamer, he shows up when you need him to. Hue Jackson will likely let him sit until he thinks he has a good enough offensive line to protect his prize QB.

13.  Cardinals: Sidney JonesCornerbackWashington 
Jones is the cousin of Pro Bowl LB Vontaze Burfict, so there are some bloodlines here. Jones is a smooth athlete with good man-to-man coverage skills, he may need to add some weight, though.

14.  Colts: Ryan RamcyzkOffensive TackleWisconsin 
New GM should want to protect the franchise (Andrew Luck). Get Luck some help ASAP!

15.  Eagles: Corey DavisWide ReceiverWestern Michigan 
Some say he's better than Mike Williams. While I disagree, I still think Corey Davis is a stud WR with #1 WR potential. Wentz is jumping up & down when the Eagles make this pick.

16.  Ravens: Derek BarnettDefensive EndTennessee 
Barnett drops out of the top 10 over concerns about his ceiling. Ozzie runs to the podium to put this pick in. T-Sizzle is old now, Barnett can start at 3-4 OLB from day one.

17.  Redskins: Dalvin CookRunning BackFlorida State 
Cook may be the best RB in this draft, he's a home run threat from anywhere on the field. Jay Gruden will have lots of fun with his new toy.


18.  Titans: Quincy WilsonCornerbackFlorida 
The Titans have already drafted WR Mike Williams, now they need to address the secondary. Why not start with Wilson, who I believe can be a pro bowler. Good size, good technique; good upside.


19.  Buccaneers: O.J. HowardTight EndAlabama 
O.J. is a stud. I believe he wasn't used to his potential at Bama. Mainly because Bama is a ball control offense, good for Jameis & company though as they get the best tight end in this draft.


20.  Broncos: Cam RobinsonOffensive TackleAlabama 
Denver's offensive line was one of the reasons why they didn't get back to the playoffs. I think Cam is better suited for the right side in the pros. Either way, he upgrades the Broncos line & can start from day one.


21.  Lions: Taco CharltonDefensive EndMichigan 
The Lions need a rusher opposite Pro Bowler Ezekial Ansah in the worse way. The Lions only has 26 sacks in 2016. Taco will struggle early on, but I believe he starts to get it by the end of the season.


22.  Dolphins: Takkarist McKinleyDefensive EndUCLA 
Raw! Relentless. He needs to develop some technique & pass rush moves. The potential is there, though.


23.  Giants: Garett BollesOffensive TackleUtah 
Sleeper pick here. He's a good athlete but just has to get stronger. This allows former 1st-round pick, Ereck Flowers to move to the right side where he belongs.


24.  Raiders: Gareon ConleyCornerbackOhio State 
The third Ohio State secondary player to come off the board in the 1st-round. He's talented & has NFL size. He's very raw, but with time he can be good.
25.  Texans: Dan FeeneyOffensive GuardIndiana Texans don't have a lot of holes, but they do need some offensive line help after losing guard Brandon Brooks last year. Feeney fits the Texans scheme also. Good spot for Feeney.


26.  Seahawks: Forrest LampOffensive TackleWestern Kentucky 
Some say he's the best offensive lineman in the draft & compare him to Zach Martin. I'm not going that far, but he's good & versatile enough to play right tackle also.


27.  Chiefs: Jarrad DavisOutside LinebackerFlorida 
Veteran ILB Derrick Johnson is getting long in the tooth, he's still a good LB, though. Davis is going to be an enforcer in the league. He's one of the hardest hitters in this class. KC could use the toughness of Davis.


28.  Cowboys: Charles HarrisDefensive EndMissouri 
Dallas doesn't have a lot of holes, but with former 2nd-round pick, Randy Gregory suspended, the Cowboys take BPA. To me, that player is Edge Rusher, Charles Harris.


29.  Packers: Jalen TaborCornerbackFlorida 
Green Bay secondary was horrible, they need all the help they can get. Tabor may need some time, but he will be starting the season's end. Also, the Packers released long time corner Sam Shields, so they have to replace him.


30.  Steelers: Marlon HumphreyCornerbackAlabama 
Pittsburgh drafted Artie Burns last year. Why not get him a running mate. Humphrey has all the tools to be a good corner in the league. He struggles with the deep ball at times, has to be more disciplined.


31.  Falcons: David NjokuTight EndMiami 
Atlanta has a stacked young roster. They could use a TE though. Njoku is a good receiving TE, just don't ask him to block.


32.  Patriots: Christian McCaffreyRunning BackStanford 
One of the most dangerous playmakers in the draft lands right in the lap of Tom Brady & this great New England offense. McCaffrey does everything, he can catch, run, block, return punts & kicks. Just like how Bill likes his players............. VERSATILE!


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