Friday, February 1, 2013

2013 NFL Superbowl Mock Draft : Adam 2.0




By Adam Baliatico, Owner/Writter of Draft Database,
analyst for SB Nation and lead draft analyst for Heff's Sports Blog




1.    Kansas City (2-14) – Bjoern Werner, defensive end, Florida State

2.    Jacksonville (2-14) – Damontre Moore, defensive end, Texas A&M

3.    Oakland (4-12) – Star Lotulelei, defensive tackle, Utah

4.    Philadelphia (4-12) – Luke Joeckel, offensive tackle, Texas A&M

5.    Detroit (4-12) – Dee Milliner, cornerback, Alabama

6.    Cleveland (5-11) – Jarvis Jones, outside linebacker, Georgia

7.    Arizona (5-11) – Eric Fisher, offensive tackle, Central Michigan

8.    Buffalo (6-10) – Johnathan Banks, cornerback, Mississippi State

9.    New York Jets (6-10) – Barkevious Mingo, outside linebacker, LSU

10.  Tennessee (6-10) – Chance Warmack, offensive guard, Alabama

11.  San Diego (7-9) – Lane Johnson, offensive tackle, Oklahoma

12.  Miami (7-9) – Jonathan Hankins, defensive tackle, Ohio State

13.  Tampa Bay (7-9) – Xavier Rhodes, cornerback, Florida State

14.  Carolina (7-9) – Sheldon Richardson, defensive tackle, Missouri

15.  New Orleans (7-9) – Kenny Vaccaro, free safety, Texas

16.  St. Louis (7-8-1) – Keenan Allen, wide receiver, California

17.  Pittsburgh (8-8) – Dion Jordan, outside linebacker, Oregon

18.  Dallas (8-8) – Barrett Jones, offensive guard, center, Alabama

19.  New York Giants (9-7) – Ezekiel Ansah, defensive end, BYU

20.  Chicago (10-6) – Jonathan Cooper, offensive guard, North Carolina

21.  Cincinnati (10-6) – Matt Elam, strong safety, Florida

22.  St. Louis ( via Washington) (10-6) – Manti Te’o, linebacker, Notre Dame

23.  Minnesota (10-6) – Terrence Williams, wide receiver, Baylor

24.  Indianapolis (11-5) – Kevin Minter, inside linebacker, LSU

25.  Seattle (11-5) – Alec Ogletree, inside linebacker, Georgia

26.  Green Bay (11-5) – Jesse Williams, defensive tackle, Alabama

27.  Houston (12-4) – DeAndre Hopkins, wide receiver, Clemson

28.  Denver (13-3) – Tyler Eifert, tight end, Notre Dame

31.  New England (12-4) – Sam Montgomery, defensive end, LSU

32.  Atlanta (13-3) – Zach Ertz, tight end, Stanford


31.  Baltimore (10-6) – Kevin Minter, inside linebacker, LSU

32.  San Francisco (11-4-1) – Kawaan Short, defensive tackle, Purdue

2 comments:

  1. No QB's. Rams Te'o pick 22. Glad you don't work for Rams. Overall grade F

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  2. Broncos will not be drafting a TE high. It doesn't address of their needs. They have three TE's that they like.

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