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Post Super Bowl 2012 Mock Draft 2/7

Posted by James Rowe on February 7, 2012 – 5:23 pm in: 2012, NFL Draft

ROUND 1

1 Indianapolis Colts- Andrew Luck QB Stanford*

Luck will be the Colts future QB, but Peyton’s future is still up in the air for now.

2 St. Louis Rams- Matt Kalil OT USC*

Fisher needs to get Bradford some good protection, and Kalil is the best LT prospect since Jake Long.

3*TRADE(2012 2nd and 2013 3rd and 5th)* Washington Redskins(f/MIN)- Robert Griffin III QB Baylor*

The Redskins give up some picks to try and land a potential star with RG3 here while the Vikings are now loaded for the future drafts.

4 Cleveland Browns- Morris Claiborne CB LSU*

Another LSU CB is drafted at 4th overall, and Claiborne could bring potential shutdown type skills to pair with Haden.

5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Trent Richardson RB Alabama*

Schiano wants to have an elite running attack, and Richardson and Blount could scare weak run defenses like the Panthers, Falcons and Saints.

6 Minnesota Vikings(f/WAS)- Riley Reiff OT Iowa*

Minnesota ends up drafting Reiff as well as getting future picks, and Reiff can easily play right away at LT.

7 Jacksonville Jaguars- Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma State*

Gabbert needs all the help he can get right now, and Blackmon can easily become the #1 target for him to develop with.

8 Miami Dolphins- Quinton Coples DE UNC

The 4-3 defense rumored to brought in, and Coples can be the impact player at DE and DT opposite Wake.

9 Carolina Panthers- Dontari Poe DT Memphis*

The Panthers defense could use a huge force inside, and Poe’s stock will likely to continue steadily rise into the top 10.

10 Buffalo Bills- Courtney Upshaw DE/OLB Alabama

Even if Buffalo moves to a more of a 4-3 scheme, Upshaw can likely still see time as a DE and OLB depending on the look they want to give.

11 Seattle Seahawks- Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A&M

Seattle might have been a starting QB away from being in the playoffs, and hope they land a potential steal with Tannehill here.

12 Kansas City Chiefs- Mike Adams OT Ohio State

It’s time for KC to sure up the oline, and Adams can easily start at either LT or RT right away.

13 Arizona Cardinals- David DeCastro OG Stanford*

Arizona also needs to get the oline improved, and DeCastro can be a All-Pro at either LG or RG in the NFL.

14 Dallas Cowboys- Michael Brockers DT LSU**

Jerry Jones will fall in love with Brockers once he lays eyes on him, and Brockers could potentially be a Richard Seymour type player in the 3-4.

15 Philadelphia Eagles- Luke Kuechly ILB Boston College*

The Eagles land a tackling machine with Kuechly, who can excel at ILB playing behind a very solid dline.

16 New York Jets- Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame

The Jets need to give Sanchez an elite target outside at WR with some size, and Floyd can fill the role Plaxico Burress played.

17 Cincinnati Bengals(f/OAK)- Mark Barron DB Alabama

Cincinnati ends up drafting the only Safety worth a top 50 pick with Barron here, and he can play some SS and FS in the NFL.

18 San Diego Chargers- Jonathan Martin OT Stanford*

Protecting Phillip Rivers is a top need heading into the off season, and Martin should be a very good LT if he can develop properly.

19 Chicago Bears- Kendall Wright WR Baylor

Cutler could really use a legit playmaker at WR, and Wright fit’s the type of WR the Bears would draft and will give Cutler a deep threat.

20 Tennessee Titans- Peter Konz C Wisconsin*

I see this a great fit all around for both sides, and Konz can hopefully come in and help CJ1k get back to elite status.

21 Cincinnati Bengals- Melvin Ingram DE/OLB South Carolina

The Bengals end up adding an impressive pass rusher with Ingram, and hope he and Barron can translate their SEC experience to the NFL.

22 Cleveland Browns(f/ATL)- Alshon Jeffery WR South Carolina*

A weapon for whatever QB is needed, and Jeffery can be deadly down the field if he can focus on improving his speed and conditioning.

23 Detroit Lions- Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama*

Detroit isn’t afraid of drafting questionable characters when you look back at the recent drafts, and Kirkpatrick is too much talent for them to pass up.

24 Pittsburgh Steelers- Vontaze Burfict ILB Arizona State*

Pittsburgh lands exactly what they need at ILB with Burfict, who can likely cause havoc with Harrison, Woodley and Timmons.

25 Denver Broncos- Devon Still DT Penn State

The Broncos must sure up the trenches inside on defense, and Still can be an awesome fit and be in the rotation right away.

26 Houston Texans- Alameda Ta’amu NT Washington

A big NT might be all this defense needs to become elite, and Ta’amu can be an impact player on this already great defense.

27 New England Patriots(f/NO)- Nick Perry DE/OLB USC*

Belichick needs to use his draft picks this year to get some serious talent on defense, and Perry is my predicted steal as a potential elite pass rusher.

28 Green Bay Packers- Fletcher Cox DT Mississippi State*

Losing Cullen Jenkins hurt this defense a lot, and adding Cox here to be the difference maker as a pass rusher could really improve this defense.

29 Baltimore Ravens- Cordy Glenn OT Georgia

It will be interesting to see who plays LT if Oher and Glenn were to battle it out, but this pick just seems perfect.

30 San Francisco 49ers- Mohamed Sanu WR Rutgers*

A WR with some size and speed is what Harbaugh will look for this off season, and if he wants to draft one expect Sanu to being headed west once April comes around.

31 New England Patriots- Janoris Jenkins CB Northern Alabama

The Patriots defense needs some secondary and I think Jenkins could be worth the risk as a potential Asante Samuel/Ellis Hobbs type CB.

32 New York Giants- Kevin Zeitler OG Wisconsin

The oline played solid against the Patriots, but heading into the future Eli could benefit by add some very good depth with Zeitler here.

ROUND 2

33 St. Louis Rams- Zach Brown OLB UNC
34 Indianapolis Colts- Vinny Curry DE/OLB Marshall
35 Minnesota Vikings- Jerel Worthy DT Michigan State*
36 Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Alfonzo Dennard CB Nebraska
37 Cleveland Browns- Brock Osweiler QB Arizona State
38 Jacksonville Jaguars- Whitney Mercilus DE/OLB Illinois*
39 Minnesota Vikings(f/WAS)- Dwight Jones WR UNC
40 Carolina Panthers- Stephon Gilmore CB South Carolina*
41 Buffalo Bills- Zebrie Sanders OT Florida State
42 Miami Dolphins- Coby Fleener TE Stanford
43 Seattle Seahawks- Bruce Irvin DE/OLB West Virginia
44 Kansas City Chiefs- Audie Cole ILB North Carolina State
45 Dallas Cowboys- Chase Minnifield CB Virginia
46 Philadelphia Eagles- Brandon Thompson DT Clemson
47 New York Jets- Lamar Miller RB Miami**
48 New England Patriots(f/OAK)- Reuben Randall WR LSU*
49 San Diego Chargers- Andre Branch DE/OLB Clemson
50 Chicago Bears- Brandon Washington OG Miami*
51 Philadelphia Eagles(f/ARI)- Markelle Martin DB Oklahoma State
52 Tennessee Titans- Jared Crick DT Nebraska
53 Cincinnati Bengals- Doug Martin RB Boise State
54 Detroit Lions- Kelechi Osemele OT Iowa State
55 Atlanta Falcons- Jonathan Massaquoi DE/OLB Troy*
56 Pittsburgh Steelers- Kendall Reyes DT UCONN
57 Denver Broncos- Dwayne Allen TE Clemson*
58 Houston Texans- Joe Adams WR Arkansas
59 New Orleans Saints- Dont’a Hightower ILB Alabama*
60 Green Bay Packers- Casey Heyward CB Vanderbilt
61 Baltimore Ravens- David Wilson RB Virginia Tech*
62 San Francisco 49ers- Harrison Smith DB Notre Dame
63 New England Patriots- Mike Martin DT Michigan
64 New York Giants- Lavonte David OLB Nebraska

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