2013 NFL Mock Draft: Post-Superbowl (2/4)

48. Pittsburgh Steelers
WR Terrence Williams-Baylor (Scouting Notes)
Mike Wallace may or may not be gone but the Steelers could use some more depth with Antonio Brown’s injury problems in 2012.

49. New York Giants
OT Oday Aboushi-Virginia (Scouting Notes)
Mobile was not as kind to Aboushi as it was to Fisher and Johnson but he’s still a talented OT who could fit into the Giants starting lineup.

50. Chicago Bears
TE Zach Ertz-Stanford* (Scouting Notes)
Ertz is more than just a great pass catcher as he’s shown the ability to use his hands and get key blocks both in line and down the field.

51. Cincinnati Bengals
OLB Alec Ogletree-Georgia (Scouting Notes)
The Bengals have gone back to the Georgia pipeline that produced Geno Atkins for them with Ogletree.

52. Washington Redskins
OC Barrett Jones-Alabama (Scouting Notes)
The Redskins need to improve the interior of their OL and Barrett Jones has the ability to play all three positions.

53. Minnesota Vikings
OLB Khaseem Greene-Rutgers (Scouting Report)
The Vikings continue the youth movement on defense adding the athletic Khaseem Greene from Rutgers.

54. Miami Dolphins (via IND) 
DT Kwaeme Geathers-Georgia* (Scouting Notes)
There were more than few points in 2012 where it appeared as though Kwaeme Geathers was outplaying 1st Round pick John Jenkins.

55. Seattle Seahawks
OT Kyle Long-Oregon (Scouting Notes)
Kyle Long may not make in the NFL as an OT but the Seahawks could use him at OG as well.

56. Green Bay Packers
WR Quinton Patton-Louisiana Tech 
With the presumed loss of Greg Jennings to free agency adding a sure handed WR like Quinton Patton makes a lot of sense.

57. Houston Texans
OT Brennan Williams-UNC (Scouting Notes)
The Texans RT situation has been a mess since Eric Winston left and they have to hope that Brennan Williams can fix all of that.

58. Denver Broncos
DT Sylvester Williams-UNC* (Scouting Report)
Williams offers the Broncos that desired disruptive force in the middle.

59. New England Patriots
SAF Kenny Vaccaro (Scouting Report)
The Patriots have some serious DB issues and adding a tackling machine like Vaccaro is a great first step.

60. Atlanta Falcons
CB Logan Ryan-Rutgers* (Scouting Notes)
The Falcons luck out with Logan Ryan falling to them, hopefully this means no more watching Dunta Robinson attempt horrible tackle after horrible tackle.

61. San Francisco 49ers
WR Robert Woods-USC* (Scouting Report)
The 49ers stay local adding Robert Woods to team up with a suddenly emerging Michael Crabtree.

62. Baltimore Ravens
SAF DJ Swearinger-South Carolina (Scouting Notes)
Ray Lewis may be getting all the love but this may also be Ed Reed’s final season, DJ Swearinger is an often overlooked SAF who loves to lay the lumber.

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2 Responses to “2013 NFL Mock Draft: Post-Superbowl (2/4)”

  1. Jagsman says:

    for the jags moore, rogers, and dysert is okay but i think a Draft of Moore, Cooper/Rhodes(id take rhodes cuz we need CB Help), and Brandon Williams in the 3rd.

    Cooper would be a Better choice than rogers because he is a better character as well as a bigger need(we started like 5 guys at LG last season and thats counting Rackley who missed all of last year).

    rhodes would be better choice because we have 3 Free agent corners which includes Cox(he should be Kept), Mathis(hes washed up), and Middleton(not a scheme fit). rhodes seems like the perfect fit for Bradleys Big corner style.

    Williams would be better than dysert because the jags dont have real quality at DT and Williams is a Beast. Bradleys defense calls for 2 Big DTs and with Knighton being a FA, Mosley(average guy) and Pendleton(7th round guy last year) one could argue that DT would be a need.

  2. i think the Chargers oline problems are their highest prioity, they already have a stout def , and good receivers


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