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Mel Kiper says DT for the Panthers in the first

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Carolina Panthers. Kiper has them taking Missouri defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson. I’m all for that move. The Panthers have been weak at defensive tackle since Kris Jenkins left the team after the 2007 season. It’s time to invest an early draft pick in the position.
http://espn.go.com/b...outh-mock-draft

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fug kiper

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so gil brandt will probably be right.

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we've been projected to take a 1st round DT the past like 3 mock drafts by just about everyone. I'd be ok with it unfortunately most top tier DTs go in the top 5, everyone else thats a projected first rounder is a project of some sort.

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i do think that it's likely we go offense in the first and then defense in the second.

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Build the lines in the first two rounds

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Richardson is like the only 3 tech 1st round DT compared to a handful of nose guys and he has us taking him when we desperately are in more in need of a NT.

Dwan can last us another season. Ron on the other hand.

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If Kiper says we need one we probably do not .

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Kiper is smarter than Brandt. Atleast someone know we need DT

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Here's the whole list. Has the Falcunts winning the Super Bowl, so...

1 OT Luke Joeckel Kansas City Chiefs

2 DE Damontre Moore * Jacksonville Jaguars

3 DT Star Lotulelei Oakland Raiders

4 CB Dee Milliner * Philadelphia Eagles

5 LB Jarvis Jones * Detroit Lions

6 DE Bjoern Werner * Cleveland Browns

7 OG Chance Warmack Arizona Cardinals

8 LB Manti Te'o Buffalo Bills

9 DE Barkevious Mingo * New York Jets

10 DE Dion Jordan Tennessee Titans

11 OT Eric Fisher San Diego Chargers

12 WR Cordarrelle Patterson * Miami Dolphins

13 LB Alec Ogletree * Tampa Bay Buccaneers

14 DT Sheldon Richardson * Carolina Panthers

15 DT Johnathan Hankins * New Orleans Saints

16 S Kenny Vaccaro St. Louis Rams

17 LB Ezekiel Ansah Pittsburgh Steelers

18 OG Jonathan Cooper Dallas Cowboys

19 DE Sam Montgomery * New York Giants

20 TE Tyler Eifert * Chicago Bears

21 RB Montee Ball Cincinnati Bengals

22 OT D.J. Fluker * St. Louis Rams (from WAS)

23 WR Terrance Williams Minnesota Vikings

24 OT Menelik Watson * Indianapolis Colts

25 DT John Jenkins Seattle Seahawks

26 TE Zach Ertz * Green Bay Packers

27 WR Keenan Allen * Houston Texans

28 CB Xavier Rhodes * Denver Broncos

29 LB Kevin Minter * Baltimore Ravens

30 DT Sharrif Floyd * San Francisco 49ers

31 WR DeAndre Hopkins * New England Patriots

32 DE Margus Hunt Atlanta Falcons

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Here's the whole list. Has the Falcunts winning the Super Bowl, so...

It's not a prediction, it's just how the final four teams rank. Atlanta has the best record, and NE has the best record of the remaining AFC teams. At this point in the season, all mocks should be set up this way. Hopefully the order will change Sunday night.

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Does he predict us converting the DT to TE in a year?

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