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NFL.com Mock Draft Weekly: Special Edition

There used to be a type of fan shot for this kind of post, but it looks like the chat has been removed from the fan shot section. I watched the show live and just in case they don't (by some some small chance) post the results online for everyone to see, I have posted the results here for you to look at. Some picks might surprise you. Of course, no trades were allowed, and there were 8 different people acting as GMs for their teams, who have been specified parenthetically below at the respective pick. This is probably the best mock draft that we will see, only maybe being trumped by Draftnik Superstar Mike Mayock's mock draft later on. So, with no more delay, here are the results:

  1. Kansas City Chiefs(Charles Davis) - OT Eric Fisher
  2. Jacksonville Jaguars(Michael Irvin) - QB Geno Smith
  3. Oakland Raiders(Rich Eisen) - DT Shariff Floyd
  4. Philadelphia Eagles (Melissa Stark) - OT Luke Joekel
  5. Detroit Lions (Steve Mariucci) - OT Lane Johnson
  6. Cleveland Browns (Dave Dameshek) - DE Dion Jordan
  7. Arizona Cardinals (Brian Billick) - DE Ezekiel Ansah
  8. Buffalo Bills (Daniel Jeremiah) - WR Tavon Austin
  9. New York Jets (Davis) - DE/OLB Barkevious Mingo
  10. Tennessee Titans (Irvin) - OG Chance Warmack
  11. San Diego Chargers (Eisen) - OG Jonathan Cooper
  12. Miami Dolphins (Stark) - CB Xavier Rhodes
  13. New York Jets (Mariucci) - CB Dee Milliner
  14. Carolina Panthers (Dameshek) - DT Star Lotulelei
  15. New Orleans Saints (Billick) - OLB Jarvis Jones
  16. St. Louis Rams (Jeremiah) - S Kenny Vaccaro
  17. Pittsburgh Steelers (Dameshek) - WR Justin Hunter
  18. Dallas Cowboys (Irvin) - S Eric Reid
  19. New York Giants (Eisen) - OT D.J. Fluker
  20. Chicago Bears (Stark) - LB Manti Te'o
  21. Cincinnati Bengals (Mariucci) - WR Cordarrelle Patterson
  22. St. Louis Rams (Davis) - DT Sheldon Richardson
  23. Minnesota Vikings (Billick) - DT Sylvester Williams
  24. Indianapolis Colts (Jeremiah) - CB D.J. Hayden
  25. Minnesota Vikings (Davis) - WR Keenan Allen
  26. Green Bay Packers (Irvin) - S Matt Elam
  27. Houston Texans (Eisen) - WR Robert Woods
  28. Denver Broncos (Stark) - DE Bjoern Werner
  29. New England Patriots (Jeremiah) - OT/OG Justin Pugh
  30. Atlanta Falcons (Dameshek) - TE Tyler Eifert
  31. San Francisco 49ers (Mariucci) - CB Desmond Trufant
  32. Baltimore Ravens (Billick) - LB Kevin Minter


Geno Smith coming off the board at #2 is somewhat of a surprise but I could understand the reasoning for it if it happened, though I highly doubt it. It was interesting to watch this whole process, although I doubt the draft will fall this way for a couple major reasons. First of all, none of these participants have any more than a journalistic point of view of these prospects, except for maybe Daniel Jeremiah (scout), Steve Mariucci (coach) and Brian Billick (coach). Second of all, they don't know what the clubs know and their draft tendencies and plans for the team going forward.

I'm sure a lot of you out there are a little disappointed by Irvin's pick for Dallas taking Eric Reid with both Sheldon Richardson and Sylvester Williams still on the board. Mayock didn't give any criticism for the pick though. Dee Milliner falling to #13 was also somewhat shocking, and even more shocking that Xavier Rhodes went before him. Disappointing to see Warmack and Cooper go of the board back to back at #10 and #11. I still doubt that will happen that way as I refuse to admit that one draft class can be so bad that not one, but two guards go in the top half of the first. I also don't think that NFL General Managers are dumb enough to go with such a low impact position so high in the draft. You will never convince me that getting Jonathan Cooper in the first will be that much better than grabbing a guy like Larry Warford in the second, no way.

In the end I can't wait to hear Mike Mayock's take in his one and only mock draft, and especially to end speculation once and for all Thursday night and continuing on into the weekend.

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