Discussion in 'Mock Draft Talk' started by Playoffs, Apr 26, 2014.
Greg Cosell's NFL Films "On The Clock" Draft Show Mock
--from the show
i'd take that.
Weird. Have the Rams given up on Sam Bradford? Why take Manziel when they really need help keeping Bradford on the field. I'd think they'd take Matthews or Robinson.
Or Watkins. Give him some playmakers where he can do some damage, make defenses pay, he'll find it easier to stay on his feet.
But I wouldn't be surprised if they do go QB..... just not at the top of the first.
They're are probably ready to give up on Sam's salary.
I'll take Bradford off their hands & all they got to do is swap #1's.
There's a lot of speculation that they have given up on Bradford. But I can't imagine Fisher drafting another out-of-the-pocket QB from the great State of Texas.
I think they're the safest bet for Robinson or Matthews. They might take Watkins but that would be two top 10 WR picks in 2 years which is getting kinda iffy... although they DO need another receiver.
I've been out on a limb for a long time saying how high I am on Mack, Van Noy, and Moncrief. I trust Cosell more than I trust anybody else besides myself. I'm glad to see he agrees.
I do disagree with Hageman and Benjamin going that high though.
Derek Carr & Zach Mettenberger before TB and Bortles?... It goes against everything that everyone's been saying.....so it just might happen.
Texans cannot afford Bradford.
Thats funny. I agree with Hageman (I think a 3-4 team will take him early) and Benjamin (raw elite talent in a pass happy league), not so much Van Noy (needs to bulk up) and Moncrief. I discussed taking Moncreif in round 2 or 3 though.
I went back and rewatched b/c of Cosell. Still don't like his hands. Will be interesting to see how he pans out.
Hageman and Benjamin both had all the tools to dominate in college and never did. That stands out to me.
Hageman flashed here and there but with his physical abilities he should have been killing people. And when I watch him he looks soft. A man that size shouldn't be so easily blocked.
Benjamin wasn't even the best WR on his team. Rashad Greene was way more valuable and he is younger and only 6-0, 175. Huge red flag.
Van Noy is a swiss army knife. I love versatile players. He can play in any system and do whatever you ask him. If your biggest worry about a guy is that he needs to add some weight then he must be okay.
Moncrief didn't necessarily dominate but he's been the best WR on the team all three years he's been there, and his stats would look better if Mississippi wasn't trotting out garbage QBs every year.
Michigan probably had the worst O-Line in the country last year and were starting a freshman, redshirt freshman, and redshirt sophomore walk-on in the interior when they played Minnesota...........Hageman had 2 tackles.
I absolutely love the guy's athletic potential, but his lack of production is a huge red flag.
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