I like the Cooks, Turner, Coleman, and Henderson picks. I like Martin and Shaw as well, but no way Martin is available in the 6th. He's projected to be a 2nd round pick, and as for Shaw, we just signed DA for 2 more years. Doubt we waste a draft pick on a QB. If by some chance Shaw is there as an UDFA, then TAKE HIM.
Here's my updated mock draft:
Round 1 - Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon St
Instant starter at the slot. Shifty and quick....the next Steve Smith. (If not available - Kelvin Benjamin, Allen Robinson, or BPA)
Round 2 - Billy Turner, OT, North Dakota St
He would make the two deep right away. Would provide much needed depth at LT. (If not available - Joel Bitonio)
Round 3 - Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana
This guy's draft stock has sky rocketed as of lately. Ran a 4.38 and is listed as 6'3 215. A MUST GET (If not available - Brandon Coleman or BPA)
Round 4 - Seantrel Henderson, OT, Miami
Depth at RT, monster of a guy. A future starter. (If not available - Ju'Waun James, James Hurst, or BPA)
Round 5 - Michael Sam, DE, Missouri
Many won't like this pick, but if CJ is gone, we need to start prepping for another DE. Sam would be the best available and the cheapest. (If not available - BPA)
Round 6 - Ross Cockrell, CB, Duke
Very underrated CB. Would provide depth (If not available - BPA)
Round 7 - Howard Jones, OLB, Shepherd
I'm very high on this guy. We need LB depth and he will provide it. I have Jones being TD's replacement in the future. (If not available - BPA)
*I would focus on getting a RB as UDFA. Should be plenty to choose from.
I honestly think G-man plans to get his receivers/offensive linemen through this year's draft. You get decent talent for real cheap. Plus, he'll probably grab some scraps after the pre-season (the players that don't make the roster).
Psh, sunshine pumpers. Our passing game struggled even with Smith/Ginn/Lafell and now that they're gone, our passing game will be a laughing stock. The only thing our opponents have to do is load the box and put pressure on Cam and they'll win.
If true, then I'm cool with it. As for the people who hate him, once he starts making plays, you'll change your opinion on the guy. I hated Cam when he played for Auburn, but a simple change of uniform made me feel different about the guy.
Denver's OL was pretty good. Peyton's lack of mobility was the problem.
That's why I think we should get rid of Derek Anderson. If Cam goes down, Derek's lack of mobility and elusiveness, and with our average to below average o-line will destroy our offense. We just need to focus strictly on dual threat QB's.