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    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Supposedly he has attitude issues. I've read in a couple of places that once he's interviewed by teams he's going drop. I don't know where it's coming from but a lot of mock draft sites have picked it up. We'll see if it's really true because he does have incredible pass rushing ability
    Exactly why I was torn. I like Flyod just a tad more than Short as far as having any type of play-making ability (however much a D-lineman can have). But if Jones is close in the pros as what he was in college, it would be a good pick for a really talent lacking team.
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    With the 15th pick in the 2013 Draft, The New Orleans Saints select, Barkevious Mingo, DE/OLB LSU

    Saints would go running to the podium with this one, the desperately need pass rushers and Mingo might have the most upside out of any pass rusher in this draft.
    Last edited by Carey; 02-08-2013 at 10:30 AM.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Carey View Post
    With the 15th pick in the 2013 Draft, The New Orleans Saints select, Barkevious Mingo, DE/OLB LSU

    Saints would go running to the podium with this one, the desperately need pass rushers and Mingo might have the most upside out of any pass rusher in this draft.
    Talk about a home town hero. That's like when they drafted Devery Henderson. Saints fans would go nuts for that pick.
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    Leach, you're up with the Rams.
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    Saints get a nice pass rusher, good pick Carey.

    With the 16th pick, of the 2013 NFL draft, the Saint Louis Rams select, Lane Johnson, Offensive tackle, Oklahoma.
    The Rams need to address the offensive line. Sam Bradford has been a mild disappointment as the first overall pick back in 2010, and a lot of that is because his offensive line has been woeful. The Rams get a raw, but potentially franchise left tackle with this pick.




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    Re: Russell Street community mock draft

    And Wicked is on the board with Baltimore's favorite team....




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    Quote Originally Posted by leachisabeast View Post
    Saints get a nice pass rusher, good pick Carey.

    With the 16th pick, of the 2013 NFL draft, the Saint Louis Rams select, Lane Johnson, Offensive tackle, Oklahoma.
    The Rams need to address the offensive line. Sam Bradford has been a mild disappointment as the first overall pick back in 2010, and a lot of that is because his offensive line has been woeful. The Rams get a raw, but potentially franchise left tackle with this pick.
    Lane Johnson was already taken.

    Leach is still on the clock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leachisabeast View Post
    Saints get a nice pass rusher, good pick Carey.

    With the 16th pick, of the 2013 NFL draft, the Saint Louis Rams select, Lane Johnson, Offensive tackle, Oklahoma.
    The Rams need to address the offensive line. Sam Bradford has been a mild disappointment as the first overall pick back in 2010, and a lot of that is because his offensive line has been woeful. The Rams get a raw, but potentially franchise left tackle with this pick.
    i (miami) took lane johnson




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    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    i (miami) took lane johnson


    huge fail, forgot lol.

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    With the 16th pick of the 2013 NFL draft, the Saint Louis Rams select, Cordarrelle Patterson, Wide receiver, Tennessee.
    Another reason is that Bardford hasn't really had many weapons to work with.




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    Re: Russell Street community mock draft

    With the 17th pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers select Jonathan Hankins, DT, Ohio State.

    The Steelers cut Casey Hampton and they're going to have to completely retool a lot of their defense, but it all starts up front for Dick LeBeau. Ziggy Hood isn't very good and Cameron Heyward didn't do much last year either.

    Hankins can play DE, DT, or NT in a 3-4, does well against the run, pushes the pocket well, and would be a cornerstone piece for the Steelers' D to build off of. Unlike other big DT's in this draft, Hankins is a 3-down player.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    With the 17th pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers select Jonathan Hankins, DT, Ohio State.

    The Steelers cut Casey Hampton and they're going to have to completely retool a lot of their defense, but it all starts up front for Dick LeBeau. Ziggy Hood isn't very good and Cameron Heyward didn't do much last year either.

    Hankins can play DE, DT, or NT in a 3-4, does well against the run, pushes the pocket well, and would be a cornerstone piece for the Steelers' D to build off of. Unlike other big DT's in this draft, Hankins is a 3-down player.
    Not sure why, but I am just not that big on him. I didn't watch a ton of Ohio Sate games this year, but I just got the impression he would disappear... or not have 100% all the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    With the 17th pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers select Jonathan Hankins, DT, Ohio State.

    The Steelers cut Casey Hampton and they're going to have to completely retool a lot of their defense, but it all starts up front for Dick LeBeau. Ziggy Hood isn't very good and Cameron Heyward didn't do much last year either.

    Hankins can play DE, DT, or NT in a 3-4, does well against the run, pushes the pocket well, and would be a cornerstone piece for the Steelers' D to build off of. Unlike other big DT's in this draft, Hankins is a 3-down player.
    Not sure why, but I am just not that big on him. I didn't watch a ton of Ohio Sate games this year, but I just got the impression he would disappear... or not have 100% all the time.
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    I actually really like Hankins, and would love if he dropped to us at 32, he'd be an instant upgrade over Kemo or Cody, and would be a force next to Ngata.




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    But if I was the Steelers, I'd go with Lacey, that guy is literally a human bull. I didn't see any "elite" SEC defense have an answer for him. Even Georgia got mauled by him. Jarvis Jones? Jenkins? Rambo? Ogletree? All ran over by this guy. He is one of those picks that could put the AFCN on notice for a team that will be plagued by the cap this year and into the future, the Steelers need all the day 1 starters they can get over the next few drafts, their last one is turning out to be a total fail so far, and Hankins may be that guy, but they have other options than him.

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