Rhett's 2 Round Mock Draft

I havn't done a mock draft with all teams in quite a while, so I'm going to do one now, hope you guys enjoy it.

trade information can be viewed after the round

Round 1

  1. Indianapolis (2-14) - Andrew Luck QB Stanford
  2. Washington (from St. Louis)(2-14) - Robert Griffin III QB Baylor
  3. Minnesota (3-13) - Matt Kalil LT USC
  4. Cleveland (4-12) - Trent Richardson RB Alabama
  5. Tampa Bay (4-12) - Morris Claiborne CB LSU
  6. St. Louis (from Washington)(5-11) - Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma State
  7. TRADE: Kansas City (from Jacksonville) (5-11) - Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A&M
  8. Miami (6-10) - Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame
  9. Carolina (6-10) - Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama
  10. Buffalo (6-10) - Riley Rieff OT Iowa
  11. TRADE: Jacksonville (Kansas City)(7-9) - Quinton Coples DE North Carolina
  12. Seattle (7-9) - Nick Perry DE USC
  13. Arizona (8-8) - Jonathan Martin OT Stanford
  14. Dallas (8-8) - Peter Konz C Wisconsin
  15. Philadelphia (8-8) - Luke Kuechly LB Boston College
  16. New York Jets (8-8) - Melvin Ingram DE/DT/OLB South Carolina
  17. Cincinnati (from Oakland)(8-8) - Janoris Jenkins CB North Alabama
  18. San Diego (8-8) - David DeCastro OG Stanford
  19. Chicago (8-8) - Michael Brockers DT LSU
  20. Tennessee (9-7) - Cordy Glenn OG Georgia
  21. Cincinnati (9-7) - Mark Barron SS Alabama
  22. Cleveland (from Atlanta)(10-6) - Stephen Hill WR Georgia Tech
  23. Detroit (10-6) - Stephon Gilmore CB South Carolina
  24. Pittsburgh (12-4) - Mike Adams LT Ohio State
  25. Denver (8-8) - Fletcher Cox DT Mississippi State
  26. Houston (10-6) - Dont'a Hightower ILB Alabama
  27. New England (from New Orleans)(13-3) -Courtney Upshaw OLB Alabama
  28. Green Bay (15-1) - Whitney Mercilus DE/OLB Illinois
  29. Baltimore (12-4) - Kendall Wright WR Baylor
  30. San Francisco (13-3) - Amini Silatolu OG Midwestern State
  31. TRADE: Jacksonville (from New England) (13-3) - Coby Fleener TE Stanford
  32. New York Giants (9-7) - Brandon Boykin CB Georgia

TRADE: Chiefs trade their 1st round pick and 2nd round pick for the Jaguars' 1st round pick. TRADE: Jaguars trade their 2nd round pick and 5th round pick for Patriots' 1st round pick.
Round 2

  1. St. Louis (2-14) - Brandon Brooks OG Miami(OH)
  2. Indianapolis (2-14) - Dontari Poe NT Memphis
  3. Minnesota (3-13) - Mohamed Sanu Rutgers
  4. Tampa Bay (4-12) - Lavonte David DE Nebraska
  5. Cleveland (4-12) - Rueben Randle WR LSU
  6. TRADE: New England (from Jacksonville)(5-11) - Jared Crick DE Nebraska
  7. St. Louis (from Washington)(5-11) - Devon Still DT Penn State
  8. Carolina (6-10) - Brandon Thompson DT Clemson
  9. Buffalo (6-10) - Nick Toon WR Wisconsin
  10. Miami (6-10) - Vinny Curry DE/OLB Marshall
  11. Seattle (7-9) - Bruce Irvin LB West Virginia
  12. TRADE: Jacksonville (from Kansas City)(7-9) - A.J. Jenkins WR Illinois
  13. Dallas (8-8) - Alameda Ta'ameu
  14. Philadelphia (8-8) - Josh Robinson CB Central Florida
  15. New York Jets (8-8) - Joe Adams WR Arkansas
  16. New England (from Oakland)(8-8) - Devon Wylie Fresno State
  17. San Diego (8-8) - Josh Norman CB Coastal Carolina
  18. Chicago (8-8) - Orson Charles TE Georgia
  19. Philadelphia (from Arizona)(8-8) - Jarius Wright WR Arkansas
  20. Tennessee (9-7) - Ben Jones C Georgia
  21. Cincinnati (9-7) - David Wilson RB Virgina Tech
  22. Detroit (10-6) - Lamar Miller RB Miami
  23. Atlanta (10-6) - Dwane Allen TE Clemson
  24. Pittsburgh (12-4) - Jamell Fleming CB Oklahoma
  25. Denver (8-8) - Marvin Jones WR California
  26. Houston (10-6) - Kelechi Osemele OG Iowa State
  27. New Orleans (13-3)
  28. Green Bay (15-1) - Markelle Martin FS Oklahoma State
  29. Baltimore (12-4) - Shea McClellin OLB Boise State
  30. San Francisco (13-3) - Marvin McNutt WR Iowa
  31. New England (13-3) - Casey Heyward CB Vanderbilt
  32. New York Giants (9-7) - Doug Martin RB Boise State

Jaguars Picks Explained:
1. Quinton Coples - Sitting at #7, there was no prospect that really excited Gene Smith. Tannehill was sitting there, and calls were coming in. Instead of taking Coples, the Jags traded back with the Chiefs and lucky enough Coples was still sitting there on his board. So he picked up an extra 2nd, and still got his guy.
2. Coby Fleener- Similar with that happened last year with Will Rackley, Gene saw the guy he liked falling, and realized he would likely be taken by the time he got to his pick. The Giants were drooling starting at Fleener on their board. An unexpected trade up, broke the Giants' GM's heart. Now The Jags can consistently use double TE sets, and Fleener and Lewis will destroy opposing team's linebackers.
3. AJ Jenkins - A native of JAX, jhis stock has been rising, and he fell to the Jags. Will likely start across from Robinson.

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