2013 NFL Mock Draft: Titan Sized 2 Round Mock

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Second Round

Sep 29, 2012; College Station, TX, USA; Texas A


33. Jacksonville Jaguars

DE Damontre Moore, Texas A&M – This is an easy pick for the Jags. They’ve gotten their shutdown cornerback with their first pick, so keep rebuilding the defense. They do so with the addition of Moore, who was a lock for the top 10 just a month ago. – Matias Wodner

34. San Francisco 49ers

FS Eric Reid, LSU – Dashon Goldson left town and the 49ers have a hole there. Reid should fill it nicely with his 6’1, 213 lbs frame. He variates between hot and cold with his play, but the 49ers need someone to step in and play and Reid should be able to do just that. – Justin Stewart

35. Philadelphia Eagles

CB Robert Alford, SE Louisiana – Philadelphia Eagles need to replace Nnamdi Asomugha and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. If they don’t take Dee Milliner, look for a cornerback in round two or three. – Joshua Huffman

36. Detroit Lions

DE Sam Montgomery, LSU – The Lions continue the late run on defensive ends.  Cornerback has been raided and they got their offensive lineman in the first round.  Montgomery was just sitting there for the taking and will immediately help out in the end rotation. – Josh Gunnels

37. Cincinnati Bengals

ILB Kevin Minter, LSU – Rey Maualuga was re-signed, but he didn’t play very well last year. Minter is really good, and defines the position of a “thumper” at middle linebacker. He can make this Mike Zimmer defense even better. – Matias Wodner

38. Arizona Cardinals

OT D.J. Fluker, Alabama – Arizona can have whoever they want at QB, but if they aren’t doing anything to protect the guy, they’re going to keep seeing the same results. With Cooper in the first round and Fluker in the second, the Cardinal can now look to bolster other positions and leave their line alone for some years now. – Justin Stewart

39. New York Jets

DT Sheldon Richardson, Missouri – I’m not sure why or how he fell this far, but Rex Ryan is cool with it. – Joshua Huffman

40. Tennessee Titans

WR Cordarelle Patterson, Tennessee –  Is this real?  The number one offensive threat in the draft fell to number 40? Uh…okay.  As much as I hate to do it, the Titans probably feel like they can take BPA at this point and work with the rotation they have at DE.  The best CB’s are off the board and can wait another round. – Josh Gunnels

41. Buffalo Bills

WR Keenan Allen, Cal – With a franchise quarterback already under their belt, the Bills need to give him something more to work with. Stevie Johnson and CJ Spiller are very good offensive players, but adding a big, physical receiver like Allen can help a young quarterback develop quicker. – Matias Wodner

42. Miami Dolphins

OT Terron Armstead, Arkansas-Pine Bluff – With Jake Long packing his bags to head to St. Louis, OT suddenly becomes a bit of a need. The Dolphins grabbed a couple WR’s in free agency, most notably Mike Wallace, and they filled their CB need in the first round with Desmond Trufant. Need filled again. – Justin Stewart

43. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

DT Kawann Short, Purdue – Tampa Bay Buccaneers do need some help on the defensive line. If they don’t get Sheldon Richardson or Star Loutelei, then they can wait until round two or three. – Joshua Huffman

44. Carolina Panthers

CB Blidi Wreh-wilson, Connecticut – The Panthers continue the run on corners and continue to pick defense.  They lost Chris Gamble to free agency and their defense is definitely the main need of focus for the off season. – Josh Gunnels

45. San Diego Chargers

OT Kyle Long, Oregon – Long is one of the more underrated prospects in this draft. He’ll be perfect for the Chargers, who always need offensive line help. – Matias Wodner

46. St. Louis Rams

OG Larry Warford, Kentucky – The Rams picked up Jake Long, but they’ve also lost some depth along the line. They’d also like to make things easier for Sam Bradford and their newly added RB Eddie Lacy. – Justin Stewart

47. Dallas Cowboys

OL Barrett Jones, Alabama – As usual, the Dallas Cowboys need help on their offensive line. – Joshua Huffman

48. Pittsburgh Steelers

WR Justin Hunter, Tennessee – Justin Hunter offers too much value for the Steelers to pass up.  Mike Wallace hit it big in free agency and Hunter’s a big target for their big QB to throw to.  - Josh Gunnels

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  • David Fleming

    Absolutely NO way Dion Jordan falls out of the top 10. I think the Titans would be ecstatic to take him. Also, I think Geno falls all the way to 8th, and possibly further. All these recent QB trades show how uncertain teams are about the top QB prospects.

    • http://www.titansized.com/ Justin Stewart

      Yeah. Shortly after we finished this, all the QB moves started happening. Obviously not the strongest class for them. Teams are settling for some pretty average guys.

      • David Fleming

        I think Geno will be only QB drafted in 1st round, which sucks for us. I wanted Jacksonville, Oakland, Cards, Bills, and Jets to all consider first round QBs. Leaves more players for us.

        • http://www.titansized.com/ Justin Stewart

          That would have been nice…

        • josh gunnels

          I would be shocked if only 1 QB goes in the first. Teams are going to convince themselves they have to reach up and get their guy regardless of “value”.

          • David Fleming

            Yeah I can see some teams trading back into the 1st to grab a guy like Barkley or EJ Manuel, but I think Geno will be the only top 20 QB taken, which is so rare.

        • josh gunnels

          Although the recent Kolb/Palmer/Flynn news does change that scenario quite a bit.

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    • josh gunnels

      I don’t know. Isn’t Jordan a 3-4 guy? Gray was just saying how they don’t want pass rush speciliasts etc. But that could be smoke screen.

      And why has Werner fallen out of favor with everyone?

      • David Fleming

        I don’t think Jordan can be classified as anything other than a freak, and I mean that in the nicest, most complimentary way. At nearly 6’7″ and 250 lbs, he can rush the passer as well as cover TEs and WRs. I think he’ll add another 20 lbs in the NFL and become an Aldon Smith/JPP type force, with more athleticism. If he falls to 10 and we don’t take em, Bud Adams better watch out for me.

        • josh gunnels

          I agree he’s awesome, just think Gray and Williams would rather have someone more like Werner that can play the run as well. I don’t see Jordan holding up against the run untill he puts on the 20 lbs you’re talking about.

        • http://www.titansized.com/ Justin Stewart

          “I don’t think Jordan can be classified as anything other than a freak, and I mean that in the nicest, most complimentary way.”

          HA HA HA HA! Man, that was good…

  • 3kolu

    Please update your draft pick #25

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