Post Super Bowl Mock Draft

February 5th, 2013

Round 2
33. Jacksonville–Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame
34. Kansas City–Datone Jones, DE, UCLA
35. Philadelphia–Johnthan Banks, CB, Mississippi State
36. Detroit–Jonathan Cyprien, S, Florida Int’l
37. Cincinnati (from OAK)–Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama
38. Arizona–Mike Glennon, QB, North Carolina State
39. Cleveland-used on Josh Gordon on Supplemental Draft
40. New York Jets–Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana Tech
41. Tennessee– Tavon Austin, WR/RB, West Virginia
42. Buffalo–Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse
43. Miami–Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State
44. Tampa Bay–Tyler Ertz, TE, Stanford
45. Carolina– Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington
46. New Orleans-forfeited for BountyGate
47. San Diego–DJ Fluker, T, Alabama
48. St. Louis–Jonathan Cooper, G, North Carolina
49. Dallas–Kyle Long, T/G, Oregon
50. Pittsburgh– Brandon Williams, DT, Missouri Southern
51. New York Giants– Philip Thomas, S, Fresno State
52. Chicago–Barrett Jones, OL, Alabama
53. Washington–Da’Rick Rodgers, WR, Tennessee Tech
54. Minnesota–Stedman Bailey, WR, West Virginia
55. Cincinnati– Eric Reid, S, LSU
56. Miami (from IND)–Kawann Short, DT, Purdue
57. Green Bay–Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama
58. Seattle–Larry Warford, G, Kentucky
59. Houston–Bacarri Rambo, S, Georgia
60. Denver–Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina
61. New England– Jamie Collins, LB/DE, Southern Mississippi
62. Atlanta–Tank Carradine, DE, Florida State
63. San Francisco–Robert Woods, WR, USC
64. Baltimore–Logan Ryan, CB, Rutgers


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6 Responses to “Post Super Bowl Mock Draft”

  1. Matt says:

    Thank god you don’t like Mayhew either, because if he drafts like this he will be fired. So I hope he does, because he doesn’t have a clue either. Your second round pick will be available in the third round so if you want to take him their good. A good senior bowl showing helps a little, but he still had trouble in coverage against the elite TE’s. Rambo, and Reid are much more athletic and faster. They can cover the TE’s and they have shown they can handle elite talent in college. Yes Ansah has ability, but he is not a top 5 pick. Moore, Fisher, MIlner, Vaccaro, Warmack, Werner (not a big fan of his, gets dominated but top talent OL), are top 5 talent. You want to trade back up to the first round and get him later good idea, but Unless you trade back picking Ansah, Milner, and Vaccaro is a reach..

  2. joeisme says:

    The Packers have FIVE tight ends on the roster already. They will not waste another pick (especially a #2) on another TE. They need O-line, D-line, and RB help desperatley.

    • adminLions says:

      Only one of those TEs is signed beyond 2013 and that’s DJ Williams and his 9 catches in two years. Ted Thompson drafts with a long vision. Be thankful for that.

  3. ClaytonBigsby says:

    Martin Mayhew has used all of his goodwill capital, so, no way he takes Ansah with the idea of he’ll be the best in this class 3 years from now. Mayhew won’t be here to see it. Also, 2nd round pick has to be an immediate starter with no holes in his game—that sounds more like and OL to me. Last, it appears there is Safety depth in this draft, so, I think that’s a 3rd, not 2nd round pick.

    • jack sprat says:

      Mayhew may well have used all of his goodwill capital with folks like you, but none of you will even be consulted on the decision. What in Ford’s long history as an owner leads you to conclude that he’ll cut and run here?

      Now, as for the quality of the criticism which has been aimed in Mayhew’s direction, I’m less than impressed. So many flocks of pigeons, doing what pigeons do. Case in point, the supposedly significant ‘fact’ that Reiff didn’t beat out anybody for a starting spot last season. Never mind that Schwartz and Linehan are both on record as preferring not to do so, when it can be avoided. It could, so they did. (Why do things that way? Rookies tend to make more mistakes; rookie’s mistakes can and do destroy their confidence, sometimes for good. So, they would rather wait until things slow down a bit for them, before they saddle the new horse up. Now, I’ve no problem with those who would go another way, but sharing the very philosophy that’s undergirded the Steelers franchise for decades isn’t “stupid”.)

  4. I’ve had to listen to my brothers spout off about the last championship the LIONS won in the 1950′s.I was born in the 60′s so I don’t ever remember the LIONS winning anything. The drafts won’t help the Detroit Lions until the Ford family doesn’t own the team any longer. No matter who’s doing the drafting. It could be GOD and they’d still screw it up somewhere.

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