3 Round Mock Draft /w trades(just a couple)

1. Kansas City - Luke Joekel, OT Texas A&M
Albert is playing on a one year deal, and could still possibly be traded. LT just makes the most sense here.

2. Jacksonville - Eric Fisher, OT Central Michigan
Simply put, Eugene Monroe isn't very good, and he is a free agent after this year.

3. Oakland - Star Lotulelei, DT Utah
Oakland has many needs. Stopping the run is the most pressing. Could be Floyd here, but I have a feeling the Raiders still have Star ranked higher.

4. Philadelphia - Dee Milliner, CB Alabama
Nnamdi was a huge bust, and they still need someone who can cover somebody, anybody.

5. Detroit - Ziggy Ansah, DE BYU
They have good DTs, but nobody on the outside. If they want those high picks on the inside to pay, they need another piece to the puzzle.

6. Miami - Lane Johnson, OT Oklahoma (Trade: Miami 12 and 42 for Cleveland 6)
Miami spent big this offseason, but they definately need an upgrade at LT. With two second rounders they can afford to move up.

7. Arizona - Chance Warmack, OG Alabama
Missing out on the top three LTs will hurt, but any O-Line help fits their needs.

8. Buffalo - Dion Jordan, DE Oregon
Jordan is the most athletic defensive player in the draft, and Buffalo has a terrible defense. He can be used as DE or OLB, and probably at both.

9. New York Jets - Jarvis Jones, LB Georgia
The Jets have something like one OLB on their roster right now. They need to draft more than one.

10. Tennessee - Sharrif Floyd, DT Florida
Floyd will immediately help on the interior of the D-Line, which is something the Titans need badly.

11. San Diego - Tavon Austin, WR West Virginia
If they can get an LT, next best thing for Rivers is an explosive outlet guy.

12. Cleveland - Xavior Rhodes, CB Florida State
Browns couldn't get Milliner at 6, so they trade back and get the next best corner and pick up a 2nd.

13. New York Jets - Barkevious Mingo, LB LSU (Trade: Tampa 13 for Revis)
Yep, they need lots of OLBs.

14. Carolina - Sheldon Richardson, DT Missouri
A popular pick for good reason.

15. New Orleans - Alec Ogletree, LB Georgia
Saints need D, and lots of it.

16. St Louis - Jonathon Cooper, OG North Carolina
If he's still available, the Rams won't think too hard on this one.

17. Pittsburgh - Tyler Eifert, TE Notre Dame
Lost too many offensive weapons this offseason, and the questionable return date for Miller leaves a big hole.

18. Dallas - Sylvester Williams, DT North Carolina
Dallas needs to stop the run. Badly.

19. New York Giants - DJ Fluker, OT Alabama
I'm not sure if the Giants even played with a RT last year. Might help out Eli if they did.

20. Chicago - Manti Te'o, LB Notre Dame
Letting Urlacher go seems like it leaves the perfect opening for Te'o.

21. San Francisco - Kenny Vaccaro, S Texas (Trade: San Fran 34 and 61 for Cincinnati 21)
Niners have picks to burn, so they get aggresive and snag the best safety to replace Goldson.

22. St Louis - Cordarrelle Patterson, WR Tennessee
Just missed the safety they wanted, so they go for the playmaker on offense instead.

23. Minnesota - Keenan Allen, WR California
Greg Jennings isn't enough all by himself. Vikes need more weapons.

24. Indianapolis - Desmond Trufant, CB Washington
Indy was in too many shootouts last year. Can't win 11 games again unless they can stop somebody, sometime.

25. Minnesota - Bjoern Werner, DE Florida State
Guy sort of reminds me of...well...Jared Allen.

26. Green Bay - Eddie Lacy, RB Alabama
Have they had anybody reliable sine Ahman Green?

27. Houston - Justin Hunter - WR Tennessee
Texans need someone to make teams pay for creeping up on Foster, and Johnson can't play forever...can he?

28. Denver - Jamar Taylor, CB Boise State
Bronco fans will be having nightmares about balls flying over the heads of their secondary for awhile.

29. Philadelphia - Geno Smith, QB West Virginia (Trade: Philadelphia 35 and 101 for New England 29)
Long wait, finally over.

30. Atlanta - DJ Hayden, CB Houston
Have a potent offense, now the defense needs to catch up.

31. San Francisco - Datone Jones, DE UCLA
Might be getting a little old on the D-Line, and don't have any pressing needs.

32. Baltimore - Matt Elam, S Florida
No Ed Reed or Ray Lewis. Could go a couple ways here, but safety seems to be the best bet.

33. Jacksonville - Matt Barkley, QB USC
Gabbert is...well...worse than Eugene Monroe.

34. Cincinnati - Jonathan Cyprien, S Florida International
Do the Bengals finally address a glaring hole in the back end?

35. New England - Margus Hunt, DE SMU
Pass rush please, and thank you.

36. Detroit - Robert Woods, WR USC
Calvin can't do it again by himself, can he?

37. Buffalo - Ryan Nassib, QB Syracuse (Trade: Buffalo 41 and 105 for Cincinnati 37)
Bills jump ahead of Arizona to re-unite Coach and QB.

38. Arizona - EJ Manual, QB Florida State
They didn't want Nassib anyways.

39. New York Jets - DJ Swearinger, S South Carolina
They still need help at OLB.

40. Tennessee - Justin Pugh, OG Illinois
Went D-Line in the 1st, so now they help out CJ.

41. Cincinnati - Arthur Brown, LB Kansas State
Even as a backup to start the year, LB depth is a need.

42. Cleveland - Kyle Long, OG Oregon
Have good Tackles, Guards not so much.

43. Tampa Bay - Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB Connecticut
Man, their secondary was awful last year.

44. Carolina - Shamarko Thomas, S Syracuse
Lots of hole to fill.

45. San Diego - Menelik Watson, OT Florida State
Missed out on LT in the first and get lucky to find one in the 2nd.

46. St Louis - Kevin Minter, LB LSU
Can't believe he is still available.

47. Dallas - Larry Worford, OG Kentucky
Nate Livings? How did Romo even survive last year?

48. Pittsburgh - John Jenkins, DT Georgia
He's really big.

49. New York Giants - Sio Moore, LB Connecticut
Bit thin in the LB corps for the G-Men.

50. Chicago - Kawann Short, DT Purdue
Need help on offense, but D seems to get all the attention in Chicago.

51. Washington - Jonathan Banks, CB Mississippi State
Did they stop anybody last year?

52. Minnesota - Johnathan Hankins - DT Ohio State
DTs are getting old in Minnesota.

53. Cincinnati - DeAndre Hopkins, WR Clemson
In case Sanu isn't the answer they have a fall back option waiting.

54. Miami - Montee Ball, RB Wisconsin
Can Lamar Miller be the bell cow?

55. Green Bay - Brian Winters, OG Kent State
Need to protect Rodgers a little better.

56. Seattle - Tank Carradine, DE Florida State
This team just doesn't have any holes.

57. Houston - Khaseem Greene, LB Rutgers
Linebacker depth for a team with few glaring holes.

58. Denver - Damontre Moore, DE Texas A&M
Need pash rush with Dummervil gone.

59. New England - Eric Reid, S LSU
Seem to be still looking for the right safety.

60. Atlanta - Gavin Escobar, TE San Diego State
Gonzalez came back, but just for one year.

61. Cincinnati - Terron Armstead, OT Arkansas- Pine Bluff
Bye Bye Andre.

62. Baltimore - Quinton Patton, WR Louisiana Tech
A steal here.

63. Kansas City - Terrance Williams, WR Baylor

64. Jacksonville - Travis Frederick, OC Wisconsin

65. Detroit - Darius Slay, CB Mississippi State

66. Oakland - Kevin Reddick, LB North Carolina

67. Philadelphia - Jesse Williams, DT Alabama

68. Cleveland - Travis Kelce, TE Cincinnati

69. Arizona - Sam Montgomery, DE LSU

70. Tennessee - Alex Okafor, DE Texas

71. Buffalo - Aaron Dobson, WR Marshall

72. New York Jets - Mike Glennon, North Carolina State

73. Tampa Bay - Brandon Williams, DT Missouri Southern State

74. San Francisco - Stedman Bailey, WR West Virginia

75. New Orleans - Jamie Collins, LB Southern Mississippi

76. San Diego - Andre Ellington, RB Clemson

77. Miami - Robert Alford, CB Southeastern Louisiana

78. St Louis - Le'veon Bell, RB Michigan State

79. Pittsburgh - Christine Michael, RB Texas A&M

80. Dallas - Williams Gholston, DE Michigan State

81. New York Giants - Logan Ryan, CB Rutgers

82. Miami - Cory Lemonier, DE Auburn

83. Minnesota - Jordan Poyer, CB Oregon State

84. Cincinnati - Giovani Bernard, RB North Carolina

85. Washington - Da'rick Rogers, WR Tennessee

86. Indianapolis - Phillip Thomas, S Fresno State

87. Seattle - Vance Mcdonald, TE Rice

88. Green Bay - Kiko Alonso, LB Oregon

89. Houston - Akeem Spence, DT Illinois

90. Denver - David Bakhtiari, OT Colardo

91. Pittsburgh - JJ Wilcox, S Georgia Southern (RFA compensation for Sanders)

92. Atlanta - Michael Buchanan, DE Illinois

93. San Franciso - Dallas Thomas, OG Tennessee

94. Baltimore - Brian Schwenke, OC California

95. Houston - BW Webb, CB William & Mary

96. Kansas City - Jordan Reed, TE Florida

97. Tennessee - Markus Wheaton, WR Oregon State

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Cincy Jungle's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Cincy Jungle's writers or editors.

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