[News] Mock Draft Tracker
Posted 27 January 2013 - 08:09 AM
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we cant waste our pick on warmack as there is good guards later. That leaves either elam or milliner
Posted 27 January 2013 - 12:49 PM
In terms of who we draft, I think there are some gaping needs on this team that I woul put in the following order: safety, cornerback, OT, OLB. If we can get that second pick in the end of the first, I think we can get Matt Elam...the best looking safety in the draft, in my opinion. The first pick could be milliner or if they don't go in that direction, a stud OT or OLB could be acceptable. There are no QB prospects worth picking before round 3 this year. No one has impressed enough to warrant not taking something we badly need, especially when Foles looks promising, in spite of the state of the team and O-line he had last year.
Let's address defensive needs first, let's bring in an impact safety or two, and let's lean on that defense while our offense finds its identity.
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I agree getting quality OL is important, but I think spending one high draft pick on one is sufficient, with Dennis Kelly emerging as a solid option and the rest of the injured line coming back. We need S and CB so badly right now, we need to build a defensive foundation this year to have a chance. The NFL is turning more and more into a pass-first league and if your secondary is second-rate, you're as good as done, regardless of how solid your o-line is.
I want tall CB's and an enforcer of a safety (or two safeties) so that we can salvage this secondary with DRC and boykins remaining starters and nnamdi in a different role or traded away.
Posted 27 January 2013 - 04:10 PM
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Well heres how, some of the underacieving stars that we the fans are ready to send packing, still generate some interest with other teams. Some people including me believe that its no coincidence that both corners had 2 down seasons, before coming to Philly they were Pro bowl players and top of the free-agent class. True they could have both played better but I think there was a lot of confusion on the entire defense, so I'm not so sure we should part ways just yet to see if they come back 2 form under a new system. I still would draft a corner wether we keep ours or not. However either one would draw some trade interest from some teams, also Vick is still tradable. If we could get a nice deal for Kevin Kolb then Vick would surly be of some trade value. There are teams who would jump to try to get some of our rejects, we can send a pretty good trade package to a team with picks to spare. Vick, Nnamdi, DRC, I like Brent Celic but he's getting pretty banged up now. Wheel and deal'em. Second rond picks would be nice 2.
brody how do you propose we trade into rd 1?! im curious. And if we cant, then i say we trade for 2 2nd round picks, take bothh jefferson and reid, and either start both of em with the CB tandem of milliner and DRC or we can see which one is better and start the better one along nate allen till we grab a safety next year in the draft s well. This would revamp our DB corps for years and would allow us to focus on getting our front 7 into the 3-4 scheme rosemans been talking about. Then we draft by tallent on the offensive side for the next few years, and we could be a contender in 2015
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then Poyer in the 2nd
either Elam, Reid, or one of the other safeties with additional 2nd (part of the trade down)
and Cyprien in the 3rd or so??
doubt will go with the secondary thaat much but just a thought xP
Posted 27 January 2013 - 07:46 PM
Round 1- Dee Miliner CB Alabama. As much as I like Luke Joeckel, I think he will be gone to the chiefs. Even if he is available, I still think the Eagles get Miliner. Big, Physical, and is a versatile defender in off coverage or man press. Plus I can not see the Eagles bringing back DRC, and Nnamdi may be cut.
Round 2- Larry Worford RG Kentucky. This Dude is an absolute beast. I am a firm believer in if you draft someone at a postion, let him play that postion. I think he is as good as Warmack. Warmack played with other top talent so of course he looked better. This would solve the Eagles RG problem, and everyone coming back from injury could stay at their normal postion,
Round 3- Jordan Reed TE Florida. This is one of my favorite picks. This guy is versatile. he can split out like a receiver or he can play as a normal TE. He isnt the best blocker, but this guy would shine in this offense. He would ber like Hernandez from the Patriots. I like Celek and Harbor, but Celek is just a solid TE, and HArbor was underwhelming when he got in the game. Jordan Reed would be a star in this offense.
Round 4 Jamie Collins OLB Southern Miss. This guy will be the steal of the draft. He can run, he can cover, and his instincts are great. I am from Alabama and I went ot visit a friend and went to a game. I was like who is this guy. He was all over the field, and his instincts are great. He is about 6'3" and a bit over 240, but he would fit great as an outside rush LB.
Round 5 Sharmarkko Thomas S Syracuse. This guy just might be the fastest DB in this draft. He is going to run between a 4.2-4.35 at ther combine. He is about 5'10" and 215 pounds. He stats arenotcrazy but I have watch Syracuseplay 3 games and he played both safties, nickel corner, and LB. He is avery versatile player and he would be great value in the 5th round. hopefully he isnt gone by then, so im going to cross my fingers.
As we get closer to the draft I will give more info about what I think the Eagleshsould do as far salary cap, trades and free agency.
Well, I will give this much. I think the Eagles should go after Ted Ginn Jr. He will be cheap. He is fast and he is an excellent return specialist. He would be great in Chips offfense. I think the EAgles should trade MAclin. Not because he can not play, but because Next Year he will get big money in free agencyand the eagles will not want to pay that and will lose him for nothing.
Posted 27 January 2013 - 08:00 PM
The Eagles should stay away from Jarius Byrd or Dashon Golston. These guys are great, but they will get about 8 million dollars per year. Going after big time free agents is what got the Eagles in trouble. If they go after a safety it should be Kenny Phillips from the Giants. He will want a nice contract but nothing to crazy. 5 year around 4-6 million per year. Also they should go after Mike Jenkins from the Cowboys. Remember this guy is a former 1st round pick and pro bowler. He is coming off an injury, so he will come cheap and the return can be great. When he is healthy is a solid guy. I also am curios to see Curtis Marsh. I think he will be good if he just got a shot. Hopefully the eagles dont go after any big free agents. Rome was not buillt in a day. Remember San Francisco was terrible 2 years ago. All of their defensive starters except Aldon Smith were on the team, and they got a new D coordinator and things turned around. Scheme is EVERYTHING IN THE LEAGUE
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Posted 27 January 2013 - 09:21 PM
Nnamdi is old, and has lacked heart on many plays. I'm not sure I'd want anything to do with him, I hope he's traded.
Chess- I agree with your1st round pick and I think your 4th and 5th round picks could be decent 5th and 6th rounders.I'd want Matt Elam as the second pick, 3rd round we help the O-Line, which is not as bad as we think. It should have 5 decent starters and a 6th serviceable backup, we just need extra depth.