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    Pre-week 11 draft . Again no trades here .

    Now just going off here with 34 players on the roster next year without releasing anyone 21 players would remain on the team that were Al Davis signings . Reggie works to get all the high priced players to restructure their contracts to being friendly deals for us and free up cap space .
    While also giving Dennis some much needed Talent to the defense that is sorely lacking here for us .
    That yes is risky looking at the season with 19 rookies going into the year here but with then able to see some of these high priced players will be off the team in 2014 .
    That 2014 is draft can be used to get a for the rest of the needs for us
    Franchise QB - Arron Murray / Tyler Bray / A.J. McCarron ?
    LT or RT James Hurst-North Carolina or David Bakhtiari-Colorado
    DT to replace Kelly Bennie Logan-LSU or Kwame Geathers-Georgia
    MLB to replace McClain unless Compton is already done this ? Andrew Jackson-WKU or James Morris-Iowa
    CB as Huff is a free agent Nickell Robey-USC or Bennett Jackson-ND


    1st rd *Bjoern Werner-DE-FSU
    nonstop motor, love for the game and obvious passion shows up on every play

    3rd rd Bacarri Rambo-FS-Georgia
    Bacarri Rambo has a knack for swarming to the ball.
    So does his favorite player, Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed. Teammates and coaches have said that Rambo reminds them most of Reed when asked to compare the Georgia safety to an NFL player.


    4th rd Adrian Bushell-CB-Louisville
    He plays like a seasoned veteran, showing good anticipation and discipline to recognize receiver's intended route and making a play on the ball.

    5th rd (Comp)Sio Moore-OLB-UConn
    At his size, Moore will need to continue to improve his strength in taking on and shedding blocks, but he reads the action quickly and has the speed to close, making him a classic 4-3 weakside linebacker candidate.

    6th rd Josh Johnson-CB-Purdue
    he plays fast and aggressive with adequate size, not shying away from getting his hands dirty. Johnson has done a nice job developing his instincts and pass awareness .

    7th rd (via Car) Chris Jones-DT-Bowling Green
    Non stop motor , high energetic player that is a consistent threat to bringing pressure to the opposing offense . Quick and Agile player will pair nicely in the defensive line rotation and can play inside or out .

    7th rd Jordan Kovacs-SS-Michigan
    He might be a liability in man coverage, but his approach to the game and overachieving attitude will find him a home at the next level. Kovacs might not be a top-100 pick next April, but he is at-worst a special teams stud who probably will exceed expectations, the same way he has done in Ann Arbor.
    Might make the 53 man roster but his Attitude will make him a hit with the staff that will make him a hard choice to cut from the team .

    7th rd (Comp)Manase Foketi-OT-West Texas A&M
    Foketi has a stout, lengthy frame with aggressive hand use and the ability to handle speed rushers. He needs to clean up his fundamentals, but the raw skills are there for him to make a pro roster.


    Now for the remaining 11 spots are going to be filled with UDFA
    QB Casey Brockman-Murray State
    is a consistent passer around 70.8% with 25 TD to 8 int on the year over 3,423 yards with adding in 6 rushing TD's and 30 yards on 81 carries
    RB D.J. Harper-Boise State
    TE Philip Lutzenkirchen-Auburn
    OG Chris Jacobson-Pittsburgh
    was overshadowed by Lucas Nix but is worth the signing here to add some competition
    OT Tanner Hawkinson-Kansas
    Raw but potential is there to be a solid depth player and maybe someday starter .
    OC James Ferentz-Iowa
    Is well coached by Kirk and should be a nice depth behind Wiz
    CB Kenny Okoro-Wake Forest
    has good size and length for the position, doing a nice job with his body positioning and awareness to make plays on the ball. He needs to clean up his footwork and stay balanced in his drops, but his defensive smarts and anticipation will earn him a shot at the next level.
    FS Ray Polk-Colorado
    Polk looks the part, offering an exciting combination of size and athleticism and is a fearless hitter.
    WR Marcus Sales-Syracuse
    Sales has good speed for the position with the balance and concentration to reel-in tough receptions while still making an impact after the catch. He has a lean frame and needs to improve his overall consistency, but the raw skills are evident.
    MLB Will Compton-Nebraska
    He isn't the most fluid athlete, but he flashes natural football instincts with physical hand use and accurate angles to the ballcarrier.
    QB Colby Cameron-Louisiana Tech
    Nice pickup here for us and to add some pressure on Pryor to step up his game


    Roster for 2013

    QB
    Carson Palmer
    Terrelle Pryor
    Casey Brockman
    Colby Cameron

    RB
    Darren Mcfadden
    Taiwan Jones
    D.J. Harper

    FB
    Marcel Reece

    WR
    Heyward-Bey
    Denarius Moore
    Juron Criner
    Rod Streater
    Marcus Sales

    TE
    David Ausberry
    Richard Gordon
    Philip Lutzenkirchen

    OT
    Willie Smith
    Jered Veldheer
    Manase Foketi
    Tanner Hawkinson

    OG
    Mike Brisiel
    Tony Bergstrom
    Lucas Nix
    Chris Jacobson

    OC
    Wisniewski
    James Ferentz

    DE
    Jack Crawford
    Tollefson
    Houston
    Bjoern Werner

    DT
    Christo Bilukidi
    Richard Seymour
    Tommy Kelly

    OLB
    Kennan Clayton
    Miles Burris
    Aaron Curry
    Sio Moore

    MLB
    Rolando McClain
    Travis Goethel
    Will Compton

    CB
    Michael Huff
    Coye Francies
    Adrian Bushell
    Josh Johnson
    Kenny Okoro

    S
    Tyvon Branch
    Bacarri Rambo
    Jordan Kovacs
    Ray Polk

    K
    Janikowski

    P
    King

    LS
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    Post Week 11 Mock Draft

    Raiders picking #5 overall. Trade back to #18 overall with the Dallas Cowboys for a Second and Fourth round draft picks. Trade Darren McFadden to anyone for as high a pick as possible (I'll say 2nd round along with us sending a future late rounder) and trade Rolando McClain and a 7th Round pick for a 4th Round pick. 5th and 7th compensation and additional 7th from Carolina (Murphy trade). Raiders move to a 3-4 defense.

    1st Round - Louis Nix - NT - Notre Dame
    Redshirt SO who may leave early if ND is able to win the NC. Big, disruptive
    2nd Round - Giovanni Bernard - RB - UNC
    Explosive playmaker with good speed and receiving ability. His skills remind me of a LeSean McCoy-type player
    2nd Round - Oday Aboushi - OT - Virginia
    Great athlete who has improved his run blocking to complement his skill in pass blocking
    3nd Round - Shayne Skov - ILB - Stanford
    Aggressive, emotional, strong run defender, and fantastic instincts
    4th Round - Leon McFadden - CB - San Diego State
    4th Round - Mario Benavides - C - Louisville
    4th Round - Travis Long - OLB - Washington State
    5th Round - D.J. Swearinger - FS - South Carolina
    6th Round - Josh Johnson - CB - Purdue
    7th Round - Greg Blair - ILB - Cincinnatti
    7th Round - Montori Hughes - NT - Tennessee-Martin


    QB - Carson Palmer
    RB - Giovanni Bernard
    FB - Marcel Reese
    WR - Denarius Moore
    WR - Darrius Heyward-Bey
    TE - David Ausberry
    LT - Oday Aboushi
    LG - Stefan Wisniewski
    C - Mario Benavides
    RG - Tony Bergstrom
    RT - Jared Veldheer

    DE - Lamarr Houston
    NT - Louis Nix
    DE - Matt Shaughnessy
    OLB - Travis Long
    ILB - Phillip Wheeler
    ILB - Shayne Skov
    OLB - Miles Burris
    CB - Leon McFadden
    FS - Michael Huff
    SS - Tyvon Branch
    CB - Ron Bartell

    K - Sebastian Janikowski
    P - Marquette King


    Long Term Analysis
    Needs still include QB of the Future, #1 WR, Elite TE, O-line depth (always), D-Line depth (always), LB depth (Needed in 3-4), #1 Corner, and FS (if Swearinger doesn't impress long term) I will do a 2014 mock later to follow up on this one.

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    Not a bad draft brother Nix , Bernard , Skov , McFadden , Long , Johnson and Hughes nice . I like Skov and Chase Thomas if we could swing both of those two be awesome .
    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderfanCT View Post
    Raiders picking #5 overall. Trade back to #18 overall with the Dallas Cowboys for a Second and Fourth round draft picks. Trade Darren McFadden to anyone for as high a pick as possible (I'll say 2nd round along with us sending a future late rounder) and trade Rolando McClain and a 7th Round pick for a 4th Round pick. 5th and 7th compensation and additional 7th from Carolina (Murphy trade). Raiders move to a 3-4 defense.

    1st Round - Louis Nix - NT - Notre Dame
    Redshirt SO who may leave early if ND is able to win the NC. Big, disruptive
    2nd Round - Giovanni Bernard - RB - UNC
    Explosive playmaker with good speed and receiving ability. His skills remind me of a LeSean McCoy-type player
    2nd Round - Oday Aboushi - OT - Virginia
    Great athlete who has improved his run blocking to complement his skill in pass blocking
    3nd Round - Shayne Skov - ILB - Stanford
    Aggressive, emotional, strong run defender, and fantastic instincts
    4th Round - Leon McFadden - CB - San Diego State
    4th Round - Mario Benavides - C - Louisville
    4th Round - Travis Long - OLB - Washington State
    5th Round - D.J. Swearinger - FS - South Carolina
    6th Round - Josh Johnson - CB - Purdue
    7th Round - Greg Blair - ILB - Cincinnatti
    7th Round - Montori Hughes - NT - Tennessee-Martin


    QB - Carson Palmer
    RB - Giovanni Bernard
    FB - Marcel Reese
    WR - Denarius Moore
    WR - Darrius Heyward-Bey
    TE - David Ausberry
    LT - Oday Aboushi
    LG - Stefan Wisniewski
    C - Mario Benavides
    RG - Tony Bergstrom
    RT - Jared Veldheer

    DE - Lamarr Houston
    NT - Louis Nix
    DE - Matt Shaughnessy
    OLB - Travis Long
    ILB - Phillip Wheeler
    ILB - Shayne Skov
    OLB - Miles Burris
    CB - Leon McFadden
    FS - Michael Huff
    SS - Tyvon Branch
    CB - Ron Bartell

    K - Sebastian Janikowski
    P - Marquette King


    Long Term Analysis
    Needs still include QB of the Future, #1 WR, Elite TE, O-line depth (always), D-Line depth (always), LB depth (Needed in 3-4), #1 Corner, and FS (if Swearinger doesn't impress long term) I will do a 2014 mock later to follow up on this one.

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    TRADE:
    Trade down with Tampa Bay Buccaneers swapping first rounds (5th => 19th/20th) and obtaining a 2nd and 4th.
    Trade Darren McFadden to New York Jets for a 4th Round Pick
    Trade Tommy Kelly to Detriot Lions for a 5th Round Pick.
    Trade Rolando McClain to the Arizona Cardinals for a 6th Round Pick.

    DRAFT:
    1st Round: DE Ezekiel Ansah - BYU
    2nd Round (Tampa Bay Trade): FS Kenny Vaccaro - Texas
    3rd Round: OT Justin Pugh - Syracuse
    4th Round: DT Akeem Spence - Illinois
    4th Round (New York Trade): CB Adrian Bushell - Louisville
    4th Round (Tampa Bay Trade): OG Omoregie Uzzi - Georgia Tech
    5th Round (Carolina Trade): CB Will Davis - Utah State
    5th Round (Detroit Trade): OLB Sio Moore - Connecticut
    5th Round (Comp): RB Kerwynn Williams - Utah State
    6th Round: TE Ryan Otten - San Jose State
    7th Round: WR Dan Buckner - Arizona
    7th Round (Carolina Trade): ILB Greg Blair - Cincinatti
    7th Round (Comp): RB Zac Stacy - Vanderbilt
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    Zac Stacy what changed your mind on him for the last pick ?
    I do like the draft really would help the defense out with these picks too .
    But do you really see the Lions grabbing Kelly with having Suh and Fairly there already ?
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    TRADE:
    Trade down with Tampa Bay Buccaneers swapping first rounds (5th => 19th/20th) and obtaining a 2nd and 4th.
    Trade Darren McFadden to New York Jets for a 4th Round Pick
    Trade Tommy Kelly to Detriot Lions for a 5th Round Pick.
    Trade Rolando McClain to the Arizona Cardinals for a 6th Round Pick.

    DRAFT:
    1st Round: DE Ezekiel Ansah - BYU
    2nd Round (Tampa Bay Trade): FS Kenny Vaccaro - Texas
    3rd Round: OT Justin Pugh - Syracuse
    4th Round: DT Akeem Spence - Illinois
    4th Round (New York Trade): CB Adrian Bushell - Louisville
    4th Round (Tampa Bay Trade): OG Omoregie Uzzi - Georgia Tech
    5th Round (Carolina Trade): CB Will Davis - Utah State
    5th Round (Detroit Trade): OLB Sio Moore - Connecticut
    5th Round (Comp): RB Kerwynn Williams - Utah State
    6th Round: TE Ryan Otten - San Jose State
    7th Round: WR Dan Buckner - Arizona
    7th Round (Carolina Trade): ILB Greg Blair - Cincinatti
    7th Round (Comp): RB Zac Stacy - Vanderbilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metallica0688 View Post
    Zac Stacy what changed your mind on him for the last pick ?
    I do like the draft really would help the defense out with these picks too .
    But do you really see the Lions grabbing Kelly with having Suh and Fairly there already ?
    I don't actually expect anyone to take on Kelly's contract; I just mock him because I want more picks to play around with and Kelly gone.

    I like Stacy a lot and I think in my scenario we lose DMC and unless something changes Taiwan Jones could be shown the door too, so we would have need for probably more than 1 RB during the draft/FA process.

    I could easily see the draft unfolding like that though (not necessarily those same players), with our "impact" picks being made on the defensive side and our offensive picks mainly coming later...players that need time to develop that can actually sit at most positions.

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    Post Week 11 Mock Draft cont.

    2014 Mock with no trades (even I have standards) with the Raiders having all of their picks.

    Round 1 - Austin Seferian-Jenkins - TE - Washington
    Elite TE prospect with phenomenal pass catching and blocking ability.
    Round 2 - Tajh Boyd - QB - Clemson
    Good mix of passing and athleticism.
    Round 3 - Quandre Diggs - CB - Texas
    Physical corner with decent man cover skills.
    Round 4 - Hakeem Smith - S - Louisville
    Good in run support and in playing a FS role.
    Round 5 - Spencer Long - OG - Nebraska
    Tough interior blocker.
    Round 6 - Ryne Giddens - DE/OLB - USF
    Athletic enough to thrive across from Aaron Lynch.
    Round 7 - Joe Kruger - DE - Utah
    Tough run defender.

    QB - Tajh Boyd
    RB - Giovanni Bernard
    FB - Marcel Reese
    WR - Denarius Moore
    WR - Darrius Heyward-Bey
    TE - Austin Seferain-Jenkins
    LT - Oday Aboushi
    LG - Stefan Wisniewski
    C - Mario Benavides
    RG - Tony Bergstrom
    RT - Jared Veldheer

    DE - Lamarr Houston
    NT - Louis Nix
    DE - Matt Shaughnessy
    OLB - Travis Long
    ILB - Phillip Wheeler
    ILB - Shayne Skov
    OLB - Miles Burris
    CB - Quandre Diggs
    FS - Hakeem Smith
    SS - Tyvon Branch
    CB - Leon McFadden

    K - Sebastian Janikowski
    P - Marquette King


    Long Term Analysis
    Needs still include depth (always) a #1 receiver, and more secondary help.

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    Guys In Blue will be replaced between the next two years .
    Needs still for us : Franchise QB , RB , OT depth , DT depth ,and LB depth

    RB could be solved UDFA root like Reggie is shown at Green Bay to do .
    Moore maybe he could be Reggie's Farve in a sign instead of trade path ?


    QB
    Carson Palmer
    Terrelle Pryor
    Free Agent(Matt Moore)

    RB
    Darren Mcfadden
    Taiwan Jones
    Free Agent(Brandon Jackson)

    FB
    Marcel Reece

    WR
    Heyward-Bey
    Denarius Moore
    Juron Criner
    Rod Streater
    L'Damian Washington

    TE
    Free Agent(Brandon Myers)
    David Ausberry
    Richard Gordon

    OT
    Willie Smith
    Jered Veldheer
    James Hurst
    Charles Leno

    OG
    Mike Brisiel
    Tony Bergstrom
    Lucas Nix
    Brian Mulroe

    OC
    Wisniewski
    Free Agent (Dan Koppen)

    DE
    Jack Crawford
    Tollefson
    Houston
    Bjoern Werner
    Ben Gardner

    DT
    Christo Bilukidi
    Richard Seymour
    Tommy Kelly
    Chris Jones
    Akeem Spence

    OLB
    Kennan Clayton
    Miles Burris
    Aaron Curry
    Jonas Celian
    Free Agent(Phillip Wheeler)

    MLB
    Rolando McClain
    Travis Goethel
    A.J. Klein
    James Morris

    CB
    Michael Huff
    Coye Francies
    Adrian Bushell
    Josh Johnson
    Carrington Byndom

    S
    Tyvon Branch-SS
    Bacarri Rambo-FS
    UDFA (Ray Polk-FS)
    UDFA(Prentiss Waggner-SS)

    K
    Janikowski

    P
    King

    LS
    Condo

    2013
    1st rd Bjoern Werner-DE-FSU
    nonstop motor, love for the game and obvious passion shows up on every play and can get to the QB .

    3rd rd Bacarri Rambo-FS-Georgia
    Bacarri Rambo has a knack for swarming to the ball.
    So does his favorite player, Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed. Teammates and coaches have said that Rambo reminds them most of Reed when asked to compare the Georgia safety to an NFL player.

    4th rd Adrian Bushell-CB-Louisville
    He plays like a seasoned veteran, showing good anticipation and discipline to recognize receiver's intended route and making a play on the ball.

    6th rd Josh Johnson-CB-Purdue
    he plays fast and aggressive with adequate size, not shying away from getting his hands dirty. Johnson has done a nice job developing his instincts and pass awareness .

    6th rd (Comp) A.J. Klein-MLB-Iowa State
    Tough interior run defender and great tackling ability.

    7th rd (Via Car.) Chris Jones-DT-Bowling Green
    Non stop motor , high energetic player that is a consistent threat to bringing pressure to the opposing offense . Quick and Agile player will pair nicely in the defensive line rotation and can play inside or out .

    7th rd Jonas Celian-OLB-West Virginia Wesleyan
    This kid can get after the QB look at his stats from the last season and so far this year .
    First team all-Super Region I ... First team All-WVIAC ... started all 11 games at defensive end ... registered 67 tackles on the year with 21 for a loss, 12 sacks and one interception ... tallied 16 tackles against Seton Hill (9/24) ... returned interception for touchdown against Glenville State (10/22)

    This season is got 34 Tackle 9.5 sacks 13.5 TFL 1 FF 2 FR 1 INT 2 QB hurries so far in the 2012 season as he is moved to OLB now . 6'1" 210 lbs

    7th rd (comp) Brian Mulroe-OG-Northwestern
    Mulroe has good lateral quickness with the mobility to get out in space and block at the second level, but can be too much of a waist-bender at times and needs to keep his butt close to the ground. He blocks with a mean streak and tenacious attitude, delivering a blow off the snap and playing with heavy hands.

    2014

    1st rd James Hurst-OT-North Carolina-OT
    Hurst has the size and natural athleticism to hold his own on an island, but needs to continue and develop his footwork and technique, using proper angles.

    2nd rd Akeem Spence-DT-Illinois
    Naturally strong with the raw power to move blockers where he wants, gaining leverage and fighting through the whistle. Spence uses his quickness off the snap to attack and use his physical nature to aggressively battle his way into the backfield .

    3rd rd James Morris-MLB-Iowa
    Tackling machine , Toughness and Instincts and Defensive leader of the Hawkeye defense . Would be nice to pair with the Iowa State Cyclone Klein to be the linebackers for the 3-4 defense for us .

    4th rd Carrington Byndom-CB-Texas
    Byndom's lean frame allowed him to be pushed around by some of the bigger, more physical receivers in the conference, but his agility and hand-eye coordination quickly established him as a cornerback to think twice about challenging.

    5th rd Charles Leno-RT-Boise State
    Be an ideal OL player for us at RT and is agile and footwork to excel in this scheme.

    6th rd Ben Gardner-DE-Stanford
    Solid all around balance player and is shown to be a nice Leader on and off the field too .

    7th rd L'Damian Washington-WR-Missouri
    Explosive wideout who looks to looks to step up his contributions .

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    That we see the Raider go and trade the following players

    Darren McFadden to the Detroit Lions for a 3rd rd pick and conditional 2014 pick
    Rolando McClain to the New Orleans Saints for a 5th rd pick .

    That Reggie is signed the following players as free agents to the team after re-signing his own free agents
    Giving them a slight bump in pay then their previous deals
    Kevin Smith-RB-Lions-$605,000 to a two year deal worth $2 million about $750,000 guaranteed
    Phillip Loadholt-RT-Minn-$918,750 to a 4 year deal worth $4 million with $1.5 million guaranteed
    Jamarca Sanford-S-Minn $ 627,318 to a two year deal worth $1.5 million with $750,000 guaranteed
    Paul Kruger-LB-Bal-$865,000 to a 4 year deal worth about $5 million with $2 million guaranteed

    So that is right now before the draft 43 players on the roster for us .

    That UDFA will be brought in for OG, OC, OT, DT, DE, K and CB


    Draft
    That we trade down from the 5th overall pick and get the Bucs 20th overall pick and 2nd rd pick

    1st rd Ezekiel Ansah-DE-BYU
    It was easy to see what Phil Savage and the Senior Bowl scouts saw in Ansah, who dominated Idaho Saturday night, playing both with his hand in the ground as a defensive end and as a stand-up rusher.

    2nd rd Chase Thomas-OLB-Stanford
    He is tough to contain because of his energetic playing style and quick feet to avoid blockers, using arm-over technique to gain leverage and break through the line of scrimmage. Thomas plays disciplined with a high football IQ.

    3rd rd Shayne Skov-MLB-Stanford
    Instant starter for us and quickly makes fans forget about #55

    3rd rd(Via Lions)Bacarri Rambo-FS-Georgia
    The player at FS that Huff never was for us

    4th rd Dennis Johnson-RB-Arkansas
    Versatile back that can be the #3 runner and return KO/Punts for us

    5th rd (via Saints)B.W. Webb-CB-William & Mary
    Small but the kid is a ballhawk and solid coverage too

    6th rd A.J. Klein-MLB-Iowa State
    Tackling Machine and Leader too

    6th rd (comp)Josh Johnson-CB-Purdue
    Tough Physical defender and not shy of contact in the run support either

    7th rd (Via Car) Joe Madsen-OC-WVU
    Ideal fit for the ZBS

    7th rd R.J. Dill-OT-Rutgers
    Solid depth to push Willie for a roster spot

    7th rd (Comp)Ray Polk-FS-Colorado
    Hard hitter and special teams contributor

    Roster for 2013

    QB
    1Carson Palmer
    2Terrelle Pryor
    3Matt Leinart

    RB
    4Kevin Smith
    5Micheal Goodson
    6Dennis Johnson

    FB
    7Marcel Reece

    WR
    8Heyward-Bey
    9Denarius Moore
    10Juron Criner
    11Rod Streater
    12Derek Hagen

    TE
    13Brandon Myers
    14David Ausberry
    15Richard Gordon


    OT
    16Willie Smith
    17Jered Veldheer
    18 Phillip Loadholt
    19 R.J. Dill

    OG
    20Mike Brisiel
    21Tony Bergstrom
    22Lucas Nix
    23Cooper Carlise

    OC
    24Wisniewski
    25Joe Madsen

    DE
    1Jack Crawford
    2Andre Carter
    3LaMar Houston
    4Ezekiel Ansah

    DT
    5Christo Bilukidi
    6Tommy Kelly
    7Desmond Bryant

    OLB
    8Chase Thomas
    9Kennan Clayton
    10Miles Burris
    11Phillip Wheeler
    12Paul Kruger

    MLB
    13Shayne Skov
    14Travis Goethel
    15A.J. Klein

    CB
    16Michael Huff
    17Coye Francies
    18Ronald Bartel
    19Joselio Hanson
    20Josh Johnson
    21B.W. Webb

    S
    22Tyvon Branch
    23Jamarca Sanford
    24Ray Polk
    25Bacarri Rambo

    K
    26Janikowski

    P
    27King

    LS
    28Condo

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    DraftTek: 11/21/12 Mock

    The love affair on DraftTek with Sam Montgomery continues...I'd rather have Luke Joeckel.

    Raiders picking No. 5 overall. Round 3, No. 69 Overall, huh huh huh, you said...n/m, Raiders take QB E.J. Manuel, don't like that pick.

    NFL Draft Mock 2013 | NFL Draft Mock Draft


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    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderAg View Post
    The love affair on DraftTek with Sam Montgomery continues...I'd rather have Luke Joeckel.

    Raiders picking No. 5 overall. Round 3, No. 69 Overall, huh huh huh, you said...n/m, Raiders take QB E.J. Manuel, don't like that pick.
    Don't understand that E.J. Manuel pick at all, mainly because of the other talented players that could actually help this team that are sitting there:

    DT Kawann Short
    OT Dallas Thomas
    ILB Shayne Skov
    DE Michael Buchanan
    OT Oday Aboushi
    CB Terry Hawthorne
    RB Kenjon Barner
    TE Joseph Fauria
    TE Zach Ertz

    All of those are drafted after Manuel and would have all been better picks for the Raiders.

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    Jamarcus 1st
    Campbell 4th
    Pryor 3rd
    Palmer 1st and 2nd

    did I leave anyone out?

    If we spend another high pick on a QB I might have a stroke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAIDER_Dave View Post
    Jamarcus 1st
    Campbell 4th
    Pryor 3rd
    Palmer 1st and 2nd

    did I leave anyone out?

    If we spend another high pick on a QB I might have a stroke.
    I don't think we will this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAIDER_Dave View Post
    Jamarcus 1st
    Campbell 4th
    Pryor 3rd
    Palmer 1st and 2nd

    did I leave anyone out?

    If we spend another high pick on a QB I might have a stroke.
    if we spend a 3rd round pick and he's the bpa I won't have any issue with that. Especially if we end up with a combo like Joeckel and Dysert. Long term answers for the two most important offensive positions is nothing to scoff at.

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    Pre Week 12 Mock Draft

    Raiders picking #5 overall. Trade back with Philadelphia(Luke Joeckel)to #6 for 2nd and 4th Round draft picks. Raiders then trade Darren McFadden for a 3rd Round draft pick and trade Rolando McClain (plus 7th round pick) for a 4th Round draft pick. 5th, 6th and 7th Round picks from compensation and 7th from Carolina for Murphy. Raiders move to a 3-4 scheme.

    1st Round - Taylor Lewan - OT - Michigan
    Solidifies the LT spot. Great length to deal with speed rushers and plays mean in the run game
    2nd Round - Sylvester Williams - DT - UNC
    Strong with decent pass rush potential who will rotate as a NT in a Jay Ratliff mold
    3rd Round - Shayne Skov - ILB - Stanford
    Emotional leader with great blitzing and run defending ability
    3rd Round - Baccari Rambo - S - Georgia
    Rangy safety who is a great tackler and is used to playing in front of a 3-4 defense
    4th Round - Leon McFadden - CB - San Diego State
    Solid man-cover corner who can start right away
    4th Round - Travis Long - OLB - Washington State
    All-heart pass rusher with good get off the line ability. Plays all out.
    4th Round - Mario Benavides - C - Louisville
    Tough interior blocker.
    5th Round -Margus Hunt - DE - SMU
    Great length for ST as well as being a solid 3-4 end.
    6th Round - Montori Hughes - NT - Tennessee-Martin
    True NT depth. Tough to move at the point of attack
    6th Round - Devin Taylor - DE - South Carolina
    Solid rotational 3-4 end who thrives in run support. Little pass rush potential
    7th Round - Ryan Griffin - TE - Connecticut
    Good hands, willing blocker and good length in the RZ
    7th Round - Charles Dieuseul - ILB - Mount Union
    Solid ST depth with quality potential.

    QB - Carson Palmer
    RB - FA stopgap
    FB - Marcel Reese
    WR - Denarius Moore
    WR - Darrius Heyward-Bey
    TE - Brandon Myers
    LT - Taylor Lewan
    LG - Stefan Wisniewski
    C - Mario Benavides
    RG - FA Pickup/Tony Bergstrom
    RT - Jared Veldheer

    DE - Lamarr Houston
    NT - Sylvester Williams
    DE - Matt Shaughnessy
    OLB - Travis Long
    ILB - Shayne Skov
    ILB - Phillip Wheeler
    OLB - Miles Burris
    CB - Michael Huff
    FS - Baccari Rambo
    SS - Tyvon Branch
    CB - Leon McFadden

    K - Sebastian Janikowski
    P - Marquette King


    2014 Mock Draft
    Round 1 - Sean Mannion - QB - Oregon State
    Elite size, strong arm, decent mobility. Franchise QB material
    Round 2 - Eddie Lacy - RB - Alabama
    Tough, quick, strong. Typical Alabama RB
    Round 3 - Marcus Roberson - CB - Florida
    Good size, speed, and ball skills to be a starting CB
    Round 4 - Gabe Ikard - G/C - Oklahoma
    Solid interior lineman who is plug and play.
    Round 5 - Ray Drew - DE/DT - Georgia
    DE depth.
    Round 6 - Jordan Zumwalt - OLB - UCLA
    ST depth
    Round 7 - Lamarcus Joyner - S - Florida State
    Undersized but ST depth nonetheless.

    QB - Sean Mannion
    RB - Eddie Lacy
    FB - Marcel Reese
    WR - Denarius Moore
    WR - Juron Criner
    TE - Ryan Griffin
    LT - Taylor Lewan
    LG - Stefan Wisniewski
    C - Mario Benavides
    RG - Gabe Ikard
    RT - Jared Veldheer

    DE - Lamarr Houston
    NT - Sylvester Williams
    DE - Margus Hunt
    OLB - Travis Long
    ILB - Shayne Skov
    ILB - Phillip Wheeler
    OLB - Miles Burris
    CB - Marcus Roberson
    FS - Baccari Rambo
    SS - Tyvon Branch
    CB - Leon McFadden


    Long Term Analysis
    A couple of a solid drafts get us a competitive core of players. Secondary is still week and I believe we still need a #1 WR but those are postitions that can be filled either in UDFA or FA. Taking a shot on Mannion's health is my only concern. If Bridgewater is able to improve and become a more pure passer he'd be considered as well. I'm not a Bray or Thomas fan although either can take the next step and solidify themselves as a 1st round QB.
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