JETSerious’ 2013 NFL Mock Draft Vol. IV: Jets Bring a New “Sharrif” into Town

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1. Kansas City Chiefs
Luke Joeckel
OT, Texas A&M

2. Jacksonville Jaguars
Dion Jordan
DE, Oregon

3. Oakland Raiders
Geno Smith
QB, West Virginia

4. Philadelphia Eagles

Dee Milliner
CB, Alabama

5. Detroit Lions
Eric Fisher
OT, Central Michigan

6. Cleveland Browns
Barkevious Mingo

7. Arizona Cardinals
Lane Johnson
OT, Oklahoma

8. Buffalo Bills
Ryan Nassib
QB, Syracuse

9. New York Jets
Sharrif Floyd
DT, Florida

10. Tennessee Titans
Chance Warmack
OG, Alabama

11. San Diego Chargers
Starr Lotuleli
DT, Utah

12. Miami Dolphins
Xavier Rhodes
CB, Florida State

13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Ziggy Ansah

14. Carolina Panthers
Cordarrelle Patterson
WR, Tennessee

15. New Orleans Saints
Jonathon Cooper
OG, North Carolina

16. St. Louis Rams
Tavon Austin
WR, West Virginia

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  • John

    PLEASE!!!!!! Someone with football knowledge, please explain to me why the Saints are taking a Guard when their defense needs so much help, there is still comparable defensive talent still on the board, and the Saints don’t have any need for a Guard for the foreseeable future. I see like 1 out of 20 people say they’ll take a guard and not one person who’s made that prediction has ever responded to my criticism and tried to justify making that pick. Please, whomever made this pick for the Saints please explain why the Saints, who had arguably the worst defense ever last year, will just say “screw the defense” and pick a position that is not needed what-so-ever.

  • JETSerious

    Thanks for the comment, John.
    You do make a good point. Their defense was historically bad last year so it would make a lot of sense if they do go defense in round one.
    However, the reason I have them taking a guard is because, I don’t think they anticipated Jonathon Cooper dropping to them, since he is an excellent prospect. And with Carl Nicks out of the picture, I can see them going best player available, IF they have Cooper graded higher than others that available
    can see them going with Kenny Vaccaro for the reason you stated, but they could also go best player available (offense or defense).

    • John

      Did you just forget that the Saints replaced Nicks with Grubbs? It was a 5 year deal. The Saints are set at Guard for the foreseeable future. You’re reasoning is just terrible to me. Jarvis Jones, Vacarro (like you said), Richardson, Elam, and Trufant are still there. The need to pick any one of those players far exceeds whatever difference you might think there is in “talent”, especially for Jones and Vacarro. If Vacarro, Jones, and Cooper are all there at 15, Cooper is the last to be considered of the three. Do you consider Cooper to be so much better than Jones or Vacarro that it’s a no brainer to choose Cooper? The Saints need to win now and their Guards are more than suitable to do that. Their defense, however, is not.

      • JETSerious

        Vaccaro makes sense. But take it easy, man. Lol. It’s a mock draft and I said you made a good point.

        • John

          I’m fine. I just don’t understand why people who do this kind of thing don’t really think it through. I mean, come on. Think about it. This is what you pretty much said with this mock. “For the Saints, let’s not take Jarvis Jones or Kenny Vaccarro, despite the Saints’ desperate need for defensive help and let’s have them take a Guard, despite them having a top 5 Guard tandem for another 4 years.” Doesn’t that just sound ridiculous? Mock drafts are utterly pointless. They’re just good for discussion sake. But when someone makes an obviously terrible choice that could have been avoided if just a little bit of thought went into the choice then I will gladly debate the reasonableness of that pick. If you don’t like a discussion on your mock draft then don’t do one. I’m cerebral and I like to debate.