2012 Off-Season Mock

I haven't made a post in almost 3 months and I'm going to start making more now since my football season more. I'm going to start with a Off-Season Mock.

Player Movements

Cuts: Vince Young, Ronnie Brown, Juqua Parker, Steve Smith, Trevor Laws, Clay Harbor, Winston Justice.

  • These guys deserve to get cut they did not contribute at all. Trevor Laws contributed but not as much as Derek Landri who came in at Mid Season and we can only keep one so i picked Derek.

Re-Signed: Evan Mathis, Antonio Dixon, Derek Landri, King Dunlap, Akeem Jordan.

  • They deserve to get resigned they have done everything they were told to do. Antonio Dixon didn't play this season but the year before he did a really good job he stopped the run alot.

Signed: D'Qwell Jackson, Dashon Goldson

  • Both of these free agents are under the radar guys but they are really good. D'Qwell Jackson can tackle he had the 2nd most tackle this season. Dashon Goldson is the most underrated free agent this year in my opinion he almost had 2 interception in the NFC Championship Game but he ran into his teammates and knocked one of them out by accident.


Desean Jackson, 4th round pick to 49ers for 1st round pick (30th), 2nd round pick (62nd)

Jamal Jackson to Denver for a 4th round pick

Asante Samuel to Minnesota for a 3rd round pick

Coaching Change:


I read reports earlier that he might become the new defensive coordinator. I will like this decision because when he was the DB Coach for Miami Dolphins those DB's were monsters. We would put Juan Castillo as a Assistant job or something like that.




1st Round, 15th Overall pick: Michael Floyd WR, Notre Dame (6'3, 224, 4.54 40 Yard Time) - Michael Floyd had a terrific season with 1147 yards and 9 TD Catches. With Desean probably gone i would go after a younger and more talented Wide Receiver. This is the type of receiver we needed for years a big and strong guy that will go up and catch it in the End Zone and he has pretty good speed for his size.



1st Round Pick (30th overall, from San Fransisco) Dont'a Hightower LB Alabama (6'4, 250, 4.68 40 Yard Time): Dont'a Hightower is the second best linebacker in this draft but people think otherwise. He is a physical also he can tackle just what we need. He is a former 1st team SEC and 1st team All-American and will fit in a 4-3 perfectly.



2nd Round, 46th Overall Pick: Stephon Gilmore CB S.Carolina(6'1, 193, 4.48 40 Yard Time):

He is versatile he can rush the passer, he is also effective in the zone and man. He has good strength for his size he can jam the receiver in press and good tackler. He can also read the offense and great awareness. With Asante mostly gone we will probably be thin in the CB position so it will be a good pick up and he can learn from Nnamdi.



2nd Round Pick( 51st, from Cardinals) Vinny Curry DE Marshall(6'4, 265, 4.74 40 Yard Time):

Recognizes blocking schemes. Very productive,applies consistent pressure on QB. He closes quickly when he gets a chance at the QB. He has a good motor also he doesn't quit on plays. We need a DE because jason Babin and Trent cole are getting up their in age so we need to bring in some young blood.



2nd Round Pick(62nd, from San Fransisco) Joe Adams WR/KR Arkansas(5'11, 190, 4.38 40 Yard Time):

This guy is super fast not Desean fast but pretty close to it. He return punts and kicks really good. He also has good hands he rarely drops passes and really good in change of direction which helps him escape defenders.



3rd Round Pick(67th, from Minnesota) Jared Crick DT/DE Nebraska(6'6, 285, 4.82 40 Yard Time):

Great interior pass rusher and very versatile can play either a 3-4 or 4-3 defense. A solid run defender and has a blue-collar work ethic. He reminds me of Derek Landri. He also is quick of the ball and great upper body strength.



3rd Round, 77th Overall Pick: Kirk Cousins QB Michigan State(6'3, 205, 4.80 40 Yard Time):

He's poise in the pocket and good awareness in the pocket. He has good accuaracy and zip on the ball. He gets rid of the ball real fast. Also is athletic and good mobility.



4th Round Pick(100th from Tampa Bay) Keenan Robinson LB Texas( 6'3,240, 4.68 40 Yard Time):

Good sideline to sideline speed. Really good in coverage and wraps up tackles very well. Could cover RB's and a good blitzer. Could really hit a guy, but he can't shed blocks that well but he can learn that very easily.



4th Round, 115th Overall Pick: Mitchell Shwartz OL Cal University(6'6, 318, 5.35 40 Yard Time):

He moves his feet good, Intelligent and has alot of power and strength. If we do sign back Evan Mathis which i think we will, Shwartz will be a pretty young good back up.



4th Round Pick(121st, from Denver)Markus Zusevics OL Iowa University( 6'5, 300,5.08 40 Yard Time):

He is a good competitor and finishes his blocks. He has good lateral speed and would be great in Howard Mudds blocking scheme. Quick of the snap and will be good back up behind Todd Herremans and can probably take his spot in the future.



5th Round Pick, 143rd Overall Pick: Chris Rainey RB Florida(5'9, 174, 4.24 40 Yard Time):

He can be our 3rd string RB which has alot of speed. He is good on Special Teams also, he had 6 punt blocks in his college career and a very dangerous return man. We need a speedster in the backfield, Lesean McCoy and Dion Lewis have speed but not as much speed as Chris Rainey.



6th Round Pick, 175th Overall Pick: Blake Gideon FS Texas(6'1, 205, 4.64 40 Yard Time):

He has decent speed for a Safety, He plays with instinct and can lay down a big hit once in awhile.



6th Round Pick(186st, from Denver) Josh Ogelsby OT Wisconsin(6'7, 330, 5.42 40 Yard Time):

He's a natural physical Lineman. He has the size, length and natural power to work his legs through contacts.



6th Round Pick(190th, from New England) Brandon Barden TE Vanderbilt(6'5, 256, 4.68 40 Yard Time):

Brandon Bardon will be a good back up to Brent Celek. He has good route running and decent blocking.He will be a steal if we get him in this round.

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