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    Re: 2014 Mock Draft thread



    Thanks alot Bc.............
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    Re: 2014 Mock Draft thread

    http://www.mockdrafthq.com/2014-nfl-mock-draft

    Bradley Roby CB Ohio State going here. Would be a start to another respectable draft if this happened.




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    Re: 2014 Mock Draft thread

    I wouldn't mind a CB either, I think our holes next season are going to be OT, WR, TE, CB.

    Bryant McKinnie will be 34, and will be in the last year of his contract, he may be a cap casualty. Michael Oher is also a FA, so the logical move would be to draft a LT prospect and play him at RT, replacing Oher in his rookie year then get him to replace McKinnie and shift over to LT the year after.

    Jacoby Jones is a FA after this year, and he can be upgraded anyway. We also may be facing the reality that none of our younger options steps up this season, so this may have to be addressed.

    We have no TE currently under contract in 2014, I think Pitta will eventually be extended, but he's more of an Aaron Hernandez type player than he is an all around TE. If Dickson doesn't step up this year, there will be no point offering him anything, and we'll need to get out TE in the draft.

    Corey Grahame is a FA after this year, and I expect him to price him self out of Baltimore with another solid season. In todays league you always need 3 decent CBs no matter what, so Grahame will have to be replaced, and most of our younger options are slot corners, we'll need a big outside corner.
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    Re: 2014 Mock Draft thread

    Quote Originally Posted by leachisabeast View Post
    I wouldn't mind a CB either, I think our holes next season are going to be OT, WR, TE, CB.

    Bryant McKinnie will be 34, and will be in the last year of his contract, he may be a cap casualty. Michael Oher is also a FA, so the logical move would be to draft a LT prospect and play him at RT, replacing Oher in his rookie year then get him to replace McKinnie and shift over to LT the year after.

    Jacoby Jones is a FA after this year, and he can be upgraded anyway. We also may be facing the reality that none of our younger options steps up this season, so this may have to be addressed.

    We have no TE currently under contract in 2014, I think Pitta will eventually be extended, but he's more of an Aaron Hernandez type player than he is an all around TE. If Dickson doesn't step up this year, there will be no point offering him anything, and we'll need to get out TE in the draft.

    Corey Grahame is a FA after this year, and I expect him to price him self out of Baltimore with another solid season. In todays league you always need 3 decent CBs no matter what, so Grahame will have to be replaced, and most of our younger options are slot corners, we'll need a big outside corner.
    Why do you always put an e on graham




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    Re: 2014 Mock Draft thread

    Quote Originally Posted by arnie_uk View Post
    Why do you always put an e on graham
    Bad habit man I guess lol. It is Graham, idk why I do that.




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