xskyx Posted March 8, 2014 Share Posted March 8, 2014 I decided to go away from the normal mocks again. My reasonbehind this mock is TD could very well continue to add to the secondary this year to cement a better pass defense.I'm not saying I think this WILL happen. I'm saying the possibility is there, and it isn't a horrible idea as long as we can fix our lines as well.Cuts--------AsanteReynoldsNicholasDecoud SnellingKroy Resign-------PetersMcClainHawleyBabsFA-----Eugene Monroe RTThis fixes our RT for a few years with a guy who's proven to be an effective lineman.Jon Asamoah RGAnother offensive line fix for a few years. Our run and pass game just instantly improved with these 2 signingsLamarr Houston DEDecent at stopping the run and ruahing the qb. Will provide vet leadership along with Osi to our project endsPaul Soliai DT/NTBeef for our weak DT situation. A Nolan guyDraft----------The phone rings. The Jets are tired of having a horrible WR squad. They just released Santonio Holmes. They decide they want a guy that Mayock has raved about. The Jets trade their 1st, 2nd, 4th, and a couple 2015 picks to move up to #6 to select Watkins.1st round at #18Calvin Pryor FS Louisville With the pitiful performance by Decoud this year, along with the inability to generate pressure, our defense has suffered. Dimitroff cements our secondary for years to come by adding the missing piece. With Trufant, Alford, Moore, and now Pryor, there won't be many better secondaries out there.Round 2Stephon Tuitt DT Notre DameHe'll be perfect in our rotation, and eventually take the starting spot from Babs. At 6'5 304 pounds, he'll answer part of our DT woes. If he isn't available, we take Hageman as a consolation prize2nd from Jets tradeTrent Murphy DE/OLBThis guy will take Kroy's spot as our DE and OLB hybrid role. He can generate pass rush from either position. With Osi and Houston to learn behind, we'll create a monster here.3rd roundGabe Jackson RGBlaylock's eventual successor. We gave him the opportunity to learn from Asamoah as well. Should solidify our line in 2015 and be great depth this year4th roundDaniel McCullers NT/DT TennesseePeters is on a one year deal and will likely be gone next year, along with maybe Babs as well. Best to double dip here4th from JetsCJ Fiedorowicz TE IowaOur tight end cupboard is bare. This is a definite pick of need, and a much better option than the available FAs4th compAndre Williams RB Boston CollegeHe can't catch very well. That's why he's available this far down. We don't need a receiving back. His job is to force the defense into stacking the box. He'll excel at it.5th roundBryan Stork, CenterHawley is not a long term answer. Simple as that. This guy will compete for the starting job on day 16th roundJC Copeland FB LSUWhat can I say about him that hasn't already been said? He'll give us path to run. With two powerhouses like him and Andre Williams, our run game will get a greatly needed breath of life.7th and 7th compBPA corners for depth. I won't even pretend to know anything about corners available this late in the draft.Conclusion-----------You can't fix everything with one draft. With that being said, I think this does a pretty decent job at trying. I know many of you will have a stroke just thing about not picking a DT, DE, or RT in the first round, but I feel I addressed those positions decently. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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