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Fanspeak's On the Clock 2014 NFL Mock Draft Simulator

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OT CYRUS KOUANDJIO

ALABAMA

60

WR DAVANTE ADAMS

FRESNO STATE

92

CB STANLEY JEAN- BAPTISTE

NEBRASKA

124

TE C.J. FIEDOROWICZ

IOWA

156

WR BRUCE ELLINGTON

SOUTH CAROLINA

188

G TRAI TURNER

LSU

202

QB JORDAN LYNCH

NORTHERN ILLINOIS

This one is my favorite of these so far that I've done. I seriously doubt those guys fall that far, dudes like CJ and SJB.

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CB JUSTIN GILBERT
OKLAHOMA STATE
60
 
WR JORDAN MATTHEWS
VANDERBILT
92
 
OT JA’WUAN JAMES
TENNESSEE
124
 
RB CHARLES SIMS
WVU
156
 
OT SEANTREL HENDERSON
MIAMI
188
 
TE CROCKETT GILMORE
COLORADO STATE
202
 
DE AARON LYNCH
USF

 

It would be hard to be disappointed with this draft.

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what's with jordan matthews falling to us in the 2nd....not that i'd be complaining.

 

just did this one. i like this draft a lot.

 

 
28 OT CYRUS KOUANDJIO
ALABAMA
 
60 WR JORDAN MATTHEWS
VANDERBILT
 
92 TE C.J. FIEDOROWICZ
IOWA
 
124 WR DEVIN STREET
PITTSBURGH
 
156 CB VICTOR HAMPTON
SOUTH CAROLINA
 
188 OT CORNELIUS LUCAS
KANSAS STATE
 
202 CB NEVIN LAWSON
UTAH STATE
 

btw, when you look up hog molly in the gettleman dictionary, cornelius lucas will be there.

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It's weird. Sometimes when I run the draft, Matthews is gone by 20. Other times he's there in the 60s.

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It's weird. Sometimes when I run the draft, Matthews is gone by 20. Other times he's there in the 60s.

 

i see that with quite a few. one thing i've noticed over the years is that anything can happen. what we've been seeing in these mocks, as ridiculous as some of it has seemed, can happen. when i look at the way those mocks have gone, it's all pretty plausible.

 

there's lot's of talent in this draft in areas that we have serious needs. i think we should be able to do well. quite a few guys that should be availble in the first three to four rounds who could be good starters with us or at least get solid playtime.

 

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As always, something unexpected will happen in the top half of round 1, that will have a ripple effect through the rest of the round.

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The top five here are the most consistent I'm able to get. This is the sixth or seventh time I've pulled the exact same first five picks. Clearly, they are all destined to be Panthers.
28
CB JUSTIN GILBERT
OKLAHOMA STATE
60

 
WR JORDAN MATTHEWS
VANDERBILT
92
 
CB STANLEY JEAN- BAPTISTE
NEBRASKA
124
 
DE DEMARCUS LAWRENCE
BOISE STATE
156
 
WR BRUCE ELLINGTON
SOUTH CAROLINA
188
 
TE CROCKETT GILMORE
COLORADO STATE
202
 
RB KAPRI BIBBS
COLORADO STATE

 

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G-Man ... WHAT HAVE YOU DONE!?!?!?

 

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well its a fact now- bully and hurney share the same dealer, plus you need more QBs brah.

 

 

 

 

pm contract infro on coke dealer pls!!!!!!!

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