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Early Jaguars 7 Round Mock

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Posted: 2/1/2010 6:00 AM

Early Jaguars 7 Round Mock 


1) Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame
I believe Washington, Oakland, and the Bills will go wither either Bradford or another position allowing Clausen to fall. 

3) Brandon Lang, DE/OLB, Troy
Lang is a pure pass rusher...and while he may be more suited as a 3-4 OLB I believe he could potentially bulk up a bit and play the 4-3 DE spot.

4) Mitch Petrus, OG, Arkansas
Petrus could go anywhere from the end of the second round to the fourth.  Here's hoping he falls to the fourth, he's a dynamic run blocker that would be a welcomed addition to the offensive line. 

5) Vince Oghobasse, DT, Duke
Oghobasse had a disappointing senior season but is still your prototypical DT, he's a large body that could be rotated in relief of John Henderson.  Could be groomed to become the starter in a couple of years.

6) Mick Williams, DE/DT, Pittsburgh
At 6-1, 280lbs. Williams could be a steal in the later rounds and used in the 3-4 lineup or converted to solely a DE.  He had 17 TFL and 6.5 sacks last season as a DT. 

7) Walter McFadden, CB, Auburn
The oth McFadden brother...he was a ballhawk at Auburn and could alot earlier than this.  He would be a very nice nickel back option.
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Posted: 2/1/2010 8:45 AM

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The problem is you also have Seattle, Cleveland, Oakland, and depending on the coin flip, Denver all ahead of us and all likely looking for a QB. After Senior Bowl week, it's pretty apparent that this is a two QB draft when it comes to first round potential, much like last year. If anything I'd see Bradford having a better shot at falling to the Jags than Clausen, but I don't see either of them making it that far unless there is a dark horse that rises post-combine & pro days.
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Posted: 2/1/2010 8:52 AM

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JagHombre22 wrote: 1) Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame
I believe Washington, Oakland, and the Bills will go wither either Bradford or another position allowing Clausen to fall. 

3) Brandon Lang, DE/OLB, Troy
Lang is a pure pass rusher...and while he may be more suited as a 3-4 OLB I believe he could potentially bulk up a bit and play the 4-3 DE spot.

4) Mitch Petrus, OG, Arkansas
Petrus could go anywhere from the end of the second round to the fourth.  Here's hoping he falls to the fourth, he's a dynamic run blocker that would be a welcomed addition to the offensive line. 

5) Vince Oghobasse, DT, Duke
Oghobasse had a disappointing senior season but is still your prototypical DT, he's a large body that could be rotated in relief of John Henderson.  Could be groomed to become the starter in a couple of years.

6) Mick Williams, DE/DT, Pittsburgh
At 6-1, 280lbs. Williams could be a steal in the later rounds and used in the 3-4 lineup or converted to solely a DE.  He had 17 TFL and 6.5 sacks last season as a DT. 

7) Walter McFadden, CB, Auburn
The oth McFadden brother...he was a ballhawk at Auburn and could alot earlier than this.  He would be a very nice nickel back option.

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Posted: 2/1/2010 8:55 AM

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I'm going to work on a Jags mock that has a few twists in it.  That said, Baylor's J.D. Walton looked really good.
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Posted: 2/1/2010 9:31 AM

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jpon87 wrote: The problem is you also have Seattle, Cleveland, Oakland, and depending on the coin flip, Denver all ahead of us and all likely looking for a QB. After Senior Bowl week, it's pretty apparent that this is a two QB draft when it comes to first round potential, much like last year. If anything I'd see Bradford having a better shot at falling to the Jags than Clausen, but I don't see either of them making it that far unless there is a dark horse that rises post-combine & pro days.
I believe Seattle addresses the defensive/offensive lines with their first pick, Cleveland MIGHT go after a QB, but they have a bunch of other big needs too, Oakland needs a tackle in the worst way, and Denver showed that they could win with Orton...so I don't think QB is that high on their list. 

LeFevour is a QB that could make a big jump from his combine/pro day....he's who I'm watching.
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Posted: 2/1/2010 9:52 AM

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JagHombre22 wrote:
jpon87 wrote: The problem is you also have Seattle, Cleveland, Oakland, and depending on the coin flip, Denver all ahead of us and all likely looking for a QB. After Senior Bowl week, it's pretty apparent that this is a two QB draft when it comes to first round potential, much like last year. If anything I'd see Bradford having a better shot at falling to the Jags than Clausen, but I don't see either of them making it that far unless there is a dark horse that rises post-combine & pro days.
I believe Seattle addresses the defensive/offensive lines with their first pick, Cleveland MIGHT go after a QB, but they have a bunch of other big needs too, Oakland needs a tackle in the worst way, and Denver showed that they could win with Orton...so I don't think QB is that high on their list. 

LeFevour is a QB that could make a big jump from his combine/pro day....he's who I'm watching.


Seattle may go for a tackle, but they don't have a QB and they now have a new coach & GM. Hasselbeck is done and there's no one behind him.

 

Cleveland's got a decent o-line, a potential star RB in the making, and one of the top playmakers in the league in Cribbs. The one thing holding them back offensively is QB. Anderson threw all of 11 passes against the Jags in the finale, with the Jags having one of the worst pass defenses in the league. That speaks volumes. Holmgren is going to want to try and get his QB, ASAP.

Oakland might not simply cause Davis is still hung up on Jeff George 2.0. So I can agree with that one.

If anything, Denver showed down the stretch that they can't win with Orton as their starting QB. You can't win consistantly with a "game manager" at QB anymore, and that's exactly what he is. They also have no one behind him should he go down. I also tend to think that when they made the Cutler trade, they had this extra 1st rounder in mind to get his replacement.

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Posted: 2/1/2010 9:58 AM

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jpon87 wrote:
JagHombre22 wrote:
jpon87 wrote: The problem is you also have Seattle, Cleveland, Oakland, and depending on the coin flip, Denver all ahead of us and all likely looking for a QB. After Senior Bowl week, it's pretty apparent that this is a two QB draft when it comes to first round potential, much like last year. If anything I'd see Bradford having a better shot at falling to the Jags than Clausen, but I don't see either of them making it that far unless there is a dark horse that rises post-combine & pro days.
I believe Seattle addresses the defensive/offensive lines with their first pick, Cleveland MIGHT go after a QB, but they have a bunch of other big needs too, Oakland needs a tackle in the worst way, and Denver showed that they could win with Orton...so I don't think QB is that high on their list. 

LeFevour is a QB that could make a big jump from his combine/pro day....he's who I'm watching.


Seattle may go for a tackle, but they don't have a QB and they now have a new coach & GM. Hasselbeck is done and there's no one behind him.

 

Cleveland's got a decent o-line, a potential star RB in the making, and one of the top playmakers in the league in Cribbs. The one thing holding them back offensively is QB. Anderson threw all of 11 passes against the Jags in the finale, with the Jags having one of the worst pass defenses in the league. That speaks volumes. Holmgren is going to want to try and get his QB, ASAP.

Oakland might not simply cause Davis is still hung up on Jeff George 2.0. So I can agree with that one.

If anything, Denver showed down the stretch that they can't win with Orton as their starting QB. You can't win consistantly with a "game manager" at QB anymore, and that's exactly what he is. They also have no one behind him should he go down. I also tend to think that when they made the Cutler trade, they had this extra 1st rounder in mind to get his replacement.

Hasselbeck isn't done...did you see what he did to the Jaguars?  when healthy he is a very good QB, he just needs an offensive line that isn't in shambles. 

Cleveland may pursue a QB, I just don't see it. 

Oakland is committed to the QB's they have on the roster...that was evident when they chose to retain Cable. 

Denver might pick a QB, but they have other legit needs....if a QB fell to them they would pick him, but if they are stuck at #11, I see them going defense.
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Posted: 2/1/2010 10:16 AM

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JagHombre22 wrote:
jpon87 wrote:
JagHombre22 wrote:
jpon87 wrote: The problem is you also have Seattle, Cleveland, Oakland, and depending on the coin flip, Denver all ahead of us and all likely looking for a QB. After Senior Bowl week, it's pretty apparent that this is a two QB draft when it comes to first round potential, much like last year. If anything I'd see Bradford having a better shot at falling to the Jags than Clausen, but I don't see either of them making it that far unless there is a dark horse that rises post-combine & pro days.
I believe Seattle addresses the defensive/offensive lines with their first pick, Cleveland MIGHT go after a QB, but they have a bunch of other big needs too, Oakland needs a tackle in the worst way, and Denver showed that they could win with Orton...so I don't think QB is that high on their list. 

LeFevour is a QB that could make a big jump from his combine/pro day....he's who I'm watching.


Seattle may go for a tackle, but they don't have a QB and they now have a new coach & GM. Hasselbeck is done and there's no one behind him.

 

Cleveland's got a decent o-line, a potential star RB in the making, and one of the top playmakers in the league in Cribbs. The one thing holding them back offensively is QB. Anderson threw all of 11 passes against the Jags in the finale, with the Jags having one of the worst pass defenses in the league. That speaks volumes. Holmgren is going to want to try and get his QB, ASAP.

Oakland might not simply cause Davis is still hung up on Jeff George 2.0. So I can agree with that one.

If anything, Denver showed down the stretch that they can't win with Orton as their starting QB. You can't win consistantly with a "game manager" at QB anymore, and that's exactly what he is. They also have no one behind him should he go down. I also tend to think that when they made the Cutler trade, they had this extra 1st rounder in mind to get his replacement.

Hasselbeck isn't done...did you see what he did to the Jaguars?  when healthy he is a very good QB, he just needs an offensive line that isn't in shambles. 

Cleveland may pursue a QB, I just don't see it. 

Oakland is committed to the QB's they have on the roster...that was evident when they chose to retain Cable. 

Denver might pick a QB, but they have other legit needs....if a QB fell to them they would pick him, but if they are stuck at #11, I see them going defense.
What QB outside of Anderson, didn't torch the Jags? Hasselbeck's going to be 35 years old, he only missed two games this season and had a whopping 17-17 TD/INT ratio, and was only sacked 32 times. They would've drafted Sanchez last year, had Mora had his way.
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Posted: 2/1/2010 10:24 AM

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jpon87 wrote:
JagHombre22 wrote:
jpon87 wrote:
JagHombre22 wrote:
jpon87 wrote: The problem is you also have Seattle, Cleveland, Oakland, and depending on the coin flip, Denver all ahead of us and all likely looking for a QB. After Senior Bowl week, it's pretty apparent that this is a two QB draft when it comes to first round potential, much like last year. If anything I'd see Bradford having a better shot at falling to the Jags than Clausen, but I don't see either of them making it that far unless there is a dark horse that rises post-combine & pro days.
I believe Seattle addresses the defensive/offensive lines with their first pick, Cleveland MIGHT go after a QB, but they have a bunch of other big needs too, Oakland needs a tackle in the worst way, and Denver showed that they could win with Orton...so I don't think QB is that high on their list. 

LeFevour is a QB that could make a big jump from his combine/pro day....he's who I'm watching.


Seattle may go for a tackle, but they don't have a QB and they now have a new coach & GM. Hasselbeck is done and there's no one behind him.

 

Cleveland's got a decent o-line, a potential star RB in the making, and one of the top playmakers in the league in Cribbs. The one thing holding them back offensively is QB. Anderson threw all of 11 passes against the Jags in the finale, with the Jags having one of the worst pass defenses in the league. That speaks volumes. Holmgren is going to want to try and get his QB, ASAP.

Oakland might not simply cause Davis is still hung up on Jeff George 2.0. So I can agree with that one.

If anything, Denver showed down the stretch that they can't win with Orton as their starting QB. You can't win consistantly with a "game manager" at QB anymore, and that's exactly what he is. They also have no one behind him should he go down. I also tend to think that when they made the Cutler trade, they had this extra 1st rounder in mind to get his replacement.

Hasselbeck isn't done...did you see what he did to the Jaguars?  when healthy he is a very good QB, he just needs an offensive line that isn't in shambles. 

Cleveland may pursue a QB, I just don't see it. 

Oakland is committed to the QB's they have on the roster...that was evident when they chose to retain Cable. 

Denver might pick a QB, but they have other legit needs....if a QB fell to them they would pick him, but if they are stuck at #11, I see them going defense.
What QB outside of Anderson, didn't torch the Jags? Hasselbeck's going to be 35 years old, he only missed two games this season and had a whopping 17-17 TD/INT ratio, and was only sacked 32 times. They would've drafted Sanchez last year, had Mora had his way.
I'm not saying they won't draft a QB this year...I'm just saying it won't be early.
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Posted: 2/1/2010 10:49 AM

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JagHombre22 wrote:
jpon87 wrote:
JagHombre22 wrote:
jpon87 wrote:
JagHombre22 wrote:
jpon87 wrote: The problem is you also have Seattle, Cleveland, Oakland, and depending on the coin flip, Denver all ahead of us and all likely looking for a QB. After Senior Bowl week, it's pretty apparent that this is a two QB draft when it comes to first round potential, much like last year. If anything I'd see Bradford having a better shot at falling to the Jags than Clausen, but I don't see either of them making it that far unless there is a dark horse that rises post-combine & pro days.
I believe Seattle addresses the defensive/offensive lines with their first pick, Cleveland MIGHT go after a QB, but they have a bunch of other big needs too, Oakland needs a tackle in the worst way, and Denver showed that they could win with Orton...so I don't think QB is that high on their list. 

LeFevour is a QB that could make a big jump from his combine/pro day....he's who I'm watching.


Seattle may go for a tackle, but they don't have a QB and they now have a new coach & GM. Hasselbeck is done and there's no one behind him.

 

Cleveland's got a decent o-line, a potential star RB in the making, and one of the top playmakers in the league in Cribbs. The one thing holding them back offensively is QB. Anderson threw all of 11 passes against the Jags in the finale, with the Jags having one of the worst pass defenses in the league. That speaks volumes. Holmgren is going to want to try and get his QB, ASAP.

Oakland might not simply cause Davis is still hung up on Jeff George 2.0. So I can agree with that one.

If anything, Denver showed down the stretch that they can't win with Orton as their starting QB. You can't win consistantly with a "game manager" at QB anymore, and that's exactly what he is. They also have no one behind him should he go down. I also tend to think that when they made the Cutler trade, they had this extra 1st rounder in mind to get his replacement.

Hasselbeck isn't done...did you see what he did to the Jaguars?  when healthy he is a very good QB, he just needs an offensive line that isn't in shambles. 

Cleveland may pursue a QB, I just don't see it. 

Oakland is committed to the QB's they have on the roster...that was evident when they chose to retain Cable. 

Denver might pick a QB, but they have other legit needs....if a QB fell to them they would pick him, but if they are stuck at #11, I see them going defense.
What QB outside of Anderson, didn't torch the Jags? Hasselbeck's going to be 35 years old, he only missed two games this season and had a whopping 17-17 TD/INT ratio, and was only sacked 32 times. They would've drafted Sanchez last year, had Mora had his way.
I'm not saying they won't draft a QB this year...I'm just saying it won't be early.

It's certainly possible.
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Posted: 2/1/2010 10:51 AM

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I think the teams ahead of us will grade the available QB's and decide if they think the can be mroe than "just a starter". I do not feel real high on Bradford or Claussen. Lot of money in that top 5 for a guy that does not make it. Rogers dropped like a lead balloon and I do not see anyone in this draft that looks as good as Rogers coming out. I will not be shocked if Claussen or Bradford is available -- what I do not know is do the Jags think either is a franchise QB.
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Posted: 2/1/2010 10:53 AM

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I've heard things that say the Jags believe that at least one of them can be a franchise QB and significantly better than what they have.
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Posted: 2/1/2010 11:23 AM

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FWIW, i am interested about how a QB can have consecutive separated shoulders, and the experts seem unconcerned.
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Posted: 2/1/2010 9:31 PM

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Rodgers had mechanical issues and was thought to be the product of a Jeff Tedford series of failed QBs (Harrington, Dilfer, Achilles Smith).  I do believe Clausen and Bradford throw the ball better and don't have any negative clout similar to Rodgers.  I also believe had Rodgers started early in the NFL he would have had problems, not saying either of the two QBs will be better than Rodgers, just saying I believe they are looked at as better prospects.

You also forget Alex Smith was the first overall pick in that draft and I think these guys both grade out better than Smith does as prospects.  I don't like Bradford, injury concerns and a lack of clutch ability would scare me away, plus Im not sure he can run a pure prostyle offense or make all the accurate deep throws necessary.  Claussen is young and I believe will be drafted by pick 7, whether someone takes him or trades up for him.
BAMAPG wrote: I think the teams ahead of us will grade the available QB's and decide if they think the can be mroe than "just a starter". I do not feel real high on Bradford or Claussen. Lot of money in that top 5 for a guy that does not make it. Rogers dropped like a lead balloon and I do not see anyone in this draft that looks as good as Rogers coming out. I will not be shocked if Claussen or Bradford is available -- what I do not know is do the Jags think either is a franchise QB.
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Posted: 2/1/2010 9:55 PM

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There may have been questions about Rodgers when he was drafted -- no one has questions now. I am not sure there is a better under 27 QB in the league. If he needed to make changes he did it.

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Posted: 2/2/2010 9:02 AM

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if clausen falls to the Jaguars I will be doing back flips...I just hope there isnt a huge holdout like the last two years
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Posted: 2/2/2010 10:26 AM

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I may be 100% wrong but I have not seen enough of Bradford or Claussen to be convinced either will be a Franchsie QB. If Washington passes on Bradford it will send up a red flag to me because Dr Andrews did his surgery and he works with the Redskins. My dad had suregery by a Dr trained in Dr Andrews clinic 2 weeks ago and I was able to talk with people there -- not about Bradford -- but came away thinking what you read is not always the entire story.
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Posted: 2/2/2010 11:13 AM

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The Browns already owe $8 million to Anderson and almost $2 million to Quinn...seriously doubt they are gonna drop $30-45 million on a top 10 QB again this year given all the other help they need.  It could happen, but Holmgren isn't stupid either.




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Posted: 2/2/2010 11:59 AM

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Jeffuf999 wrote: The Browns already owe $8 million to Anderson and almost $2 million to Quinn...seriously doubt they are gonna drop $30-45 million on a top 10 QB again this year given all the other help they need.  It could happen, but Holmgren isn't stupid either.
I understand what you're saying, but remember that it's no Holmgren's $ and he has no ties to Quinn or Anderson.  His job will be judged upon what he does from this point onward and if he doesn't believe either of those guys can get it done it is likely that he'll start fresh at the position.
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Posted: 2/2/2010 12:01 PM

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BAMAPG wrote: I may be 100% wrong but I have not seen enough of Bradford or Claussen to be convinced either will be a Franchsie QB. If Washington passes on Bradford it will send up a red flag to me because Dr Andrews did his surgery and he works with the Redskins. My dad had suregery by a Dr trained in Dr Andrews clinic 2 weeks ago and I was able to talk with people there -- not about Bradford -- but came away thinking what you read is not always the entire story.

I think you're right in the fact that what Washington will do will tell the tale.  They have seemingly tried to upgrade the position for the last two years now and this is their best chance.  My cousin is an orthepedic surgeon that used to work with Andrews.  There are some discrepencies from what some of what the media reports on surgeries.
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