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The Dubsism Comprehensive 2012 NFL Draft Review – Who Gained and Who Lost

Things to Remember:

  • References to the “Kiper Theory” are ironically based on our Dubsism Anti-Kiper NFL Draft Board.  All of our draft predictions are based on this board.
  • We refused to change our board based on hype, workouts, or Todd McShay. As one of the the only draft prognosticators we know who actually watches college football earlier than December, we based our rankings on something simple: the guy we thought would be the best NFL player. We covered as to why we reject conventional wisdom in ourTeam-by-Team warning about the NFL Draft.
  • The more Mel Kiper disagrees with us, the more we believe we are right.  At the same time, we have undying respect for a guy we also think is a complete fraud.  Kiper never stands behind things he says unless he happened to be right, and he changes his mind constantly in the run up to the draft. This is why when we compare our prognstications to the Great Hair-Do, we use ours and his originals, rather than one of his constant revisions.  On the other hand, how can you not respect a guy who has made a whole career and millions of dollars out of saying “Trev Alberts sucks?”

Things We Got Right:

Guys we had in the Top 64 who were actually drafted in the Top 64:

  • Andrew Luck, QB,  Stanford, Round 1, Pick 1, Overall Pick # 1
  • Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor, Round 1, Pick 2, Overall Pick # 2
  • Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama, Round 1, Pick 3, Overall Pick # 3
  • Matt Kalil, OT, USC, Round 1, Pick 4, Overall Pick # 4
  • Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State, Round 1, Pick 5, Overall Pick # 5
  • Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU, Round 1, Pick 6, Overall Pick # 6
  • Mark Barron, S, Alabama, Round 1, Pick 7, Overall Pick # 7
  • Luke Kuechly, ILB, Boston College, Round 1, Pick 9, Overall Pick # 9
  • Stephon Gilmore, CB, South Carolina, Round 1, Pick 10, Overall Pick # 10
  • Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis, Round 1, Pick 11, Overall Pick # 11
  • Fletcher Cox, DT, Mississippi State, Round 1, Pick 12, Overall Pick # 12
  • Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame, Round 1, Pick 13, Overall Pick # 13
  • Michael Brockers, DE, LSU, Round 1, Pick 14, Overall Pick # 14
  • Bruce Irvin, DE, West Virginia, Round 1, Pick 15, Overall Pick # 15
  • Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina, Round 1, Pick 16, Overall Pick # 16
  • Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama, Round 1, Pick 17, Overall Pick # 17
  • Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina, Round 1, Pick 18, Overall Pick # 18
  • Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor, Round 1, Pick 20, Overall Pick # 20
  • Brandon Weeden, QB, Oklahoma State, Round 1, Pick 22, Overall Pick # 22
  • Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa, Round 1, Pick 23, Overall Pick # 23
  • David DeCastro, OG, Stanford, Round 1, Pick 24, Overall Pick # 24
  • Dont’a Hightower, ILB, Alabama, Round 1, Pick 25, Overall Pick # 25
  • Whitney Mercilus, OLB, Illinois, Round 1, Pick 26, Overall Pick # 26
  • Nick Perry, DE, USC, Round 1, Pick 28, Overall Pick # 28
  • David Wilson, RB, Virginia Tech, Round 1, Pick 32 Overall Pick # 32
  • Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford, Round 2, Pick 2, Overall Pick # 34
  • Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama, Round 2, Pick 3, Overall Pick # 35
  • Andre Branch, OLB, Clemson, Round 2, Pick 6, Overall Pick # 38
  • Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama, Round 2, Pick 7, Overall Pick # 39
  • Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford, Round 2, Pick 10, Overall Pick # 42
  • Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech, Round 2, Pick 11, Overall Pick # 43
  • Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina, Round 2, Pick 13, Overall Pick # 45
  • Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State, Round 2, Pick 19, Overall Pick # 51
  • Zach Brown, ILB, North Carolina, Round 2, Pick 20, Overall Pick # 52
  • Devon Still, DT, Penn State, Round 2, Pick 21, Overall Pick # 53
  • Peter Konz, OC, Wisconsin, Round 2, Pick 23, Overall Pick # 55
  • Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State, Round 2, Pick 24, Overall Pick # 56
  • Kelechi Osemele, OG, Iowa State, Round 2, Pick 28, Overall Pick # 60
  • LaMichael James, RB, Oregon, Round 2, Pick 29, Overall Pick # 61
  • Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson, Round 3, Pick 1, Overall Pick # 64

Things We Got Wrong:

Guys we had in the Top 64 who were not drafted in the Top 64:

  • Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers, Round 3, Pick 20, Overall Pick # 83
  • Nick Foles, QB, Arizona, Round 3, Pick 25, Overall Pick # 88
  • Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson, Round 3, Pick 30, Overall Pick # 93
  • Lamar Miller, RB, Miami (FL), Round 4, Pick 2, Overall Pick # 97
  • Ben Jones, OC, Georgia,  Round 4, Pick 4, Overall Pick # 99
  • Robert Turbin, RB, Utah State, Round 4, Pick 11, Overall Pick # 106
  • Alameda Ta’amu, DT, Washington, Round 4,  Pick 14, Overall Pick # 109
  • Bobby Massie, OT, Mississippi, Round 4, Pick 17, Overall Pick # 112
  • Ronnell Lewis, OLB, Oklahoma, Round 4, Pick 30, Overall Pick # 125
  • Jared Crick, DE, Nebraska, Round 4, Pick 31, Overall Pick # 126
  • Brandon Mosley, OT, Auburn, Round 4, Pick 36, Overall Pick # 131
  • Josh Chapman, DT, Alabama, Round 5, Pick 1, Overall Pick # 136
  • Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State, Bills, Round 5, Pick 9, Overall Pick # 144
  • Juron Criner, WR, Arizona, Round 5, Pick 33, Overall Pick # 168
  • Markelle Martin, S, Oklahoma State, Round 6, Pick 20, Overall Pick # 190
  • Brandon Washington, OG, Miami (FL), Round 6, Pick 30, Overall Pick # 200
  • Alfonzo Dennard, CB, Nebraska, Round 7, Pick 17, Overall Pick # 224
  • Andrew Datko, OT, Florida State, Round 7, Pick 34, Overall Pick # 241

Guys we did not have in the Top 64 who were in fact drafted in the Top 64:

  • Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M, Round 1, Pick 8, Overall Pick # 8
  • Shea McClellin, DE, Boise State, Round 1, Pick 19, Overall Pick # 19
  • Chandler Jones, DE, Syracuse, Round 1, Pick 21, Overall Pick # 21
  • Kevin Zeitler, OG, Wisconsin, Round 1, Pick 27, Overall Pick # 27
  • Harrison Smith, S, Notre Dame, Round 1, Pick 29, Overall Pick # 29
  • A.J. Jenkins, WR, Illinois, Round 1, Pick 30, Overall Pick # 30
  • Doug Martin, RB, Boise State, Round 1, Pick 31, Overall Pick # 31
  • Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State, Round 2, Pick 1, Overall Pick # 33
  • Derek Wolfe, DE, Cincinnati, Round 2, Pick 4, Overall Pick # 36
  • Mitchell Schwartz, OT, California, Round 2, Pick 5, Overall Pick # 37
  • Amini Silatolu, OG, Midwestern State, Round 2, Pick 8, Overall Pick # 40
  • Cordy Glenn, OG, Georgia, Round 2, Pick 9, Overall Pick # 41
  • Jeff Allen, OT, Illinois, Round 2, Pick 12, Overall Pick # 44
  • Mychal Kendricks, ILB, California, Round 2, Pick 14, Overall Pick # 46
  • Bobby Wagner, OLB, Utah State, Round 2, Pick 15, Overall Pick # 47
  • Tavon Wilson, S, Illinois, Round 2, Pick 16, Overall Pick # 48
  • Kendall Reyes, DE, Connecticut, Round 2, Pick 17, Overall Pick # 49
  • Isaiah Pead, RB, Cincinnati, Round 2, Pick 18, Overall Pick # 50
  • Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma, Round 2, Pick 22, Overall Pick # 54
  • Brock Osweiler, QB, Arizona State, Round 2, Pick 25, Overall Pick # 57
  • Lavonte David, OLB, Nebraska, Round 2, Pick 26, Overall Pick # 58
  • Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall, Round 2, Pick 27, Overall Pick # 59
  • Casey Hayward, CB, Vanderbilt, Round 2, Pick 30, Overall Pick # 62
  • Reuben Randle, WR, LSU, Round 2, Pick 31, Overall Pick # 63

Guys We Rated in our Top 64 who were not drafted:

  • Vontaze Burfict, ILB, Arizona State
  • Chris Polk, RB, Washington
  • Levy Adcock, OT, Oklahoma State
  • Chase Minnifield, CB, Virginia
  • Dwight Jones, WR, North Carolina

Stats and Facts:

  • 253 Total Picks
  • 32  Compensatory picks
  • 101 Picks were traded

Picks by Position:

  • WR – 34
  • CB – 33
  • DE – 27
  • OLB – 22
  • OT – 21
  • RB – 18
  • DT – 18
  • OG – 18
  • S -17
  • ILB – 11
  • QB – 11
  • TE – 10
  • OC – 5
  • K – 4
  • FB – 2
  • P – 2

Draft Picks by Conference/League  and School:

1) SEC – 42

  • 8 – Alabama
  • 7  – Georgia
  • 6 –  South Carolina
  • 5 –  LSU
  • 4 – Arkansas
  • 3 – Mississippi State
  • 2 – Florida
  • 2  – Kentucky
  • 2 – Vanderbilt
  • 1 –  Auburn
  • 1 – Mississippi
  • 1 – Tennessee

2) Big Ten – 41

  • 6 – Wisconsin
  • 6 –  Iowa
  • 6  – Michigan State
  • 4 –  Illinois
  • 4 –  Nebraska
  • 4 –  Ohio State
  • 4  – Penn State
  • 3  – Michigan
  • 2  – Purdue
  • 2  – Northwestern

3) ACC – 31

  • 6 – Miami (FL)
  • 5 –  North Carolina State
  • 4 –  Clemson
  • 4 –  Florida State
  • 4 –  Wake Forest
  • 3 –  Virginia Tech
  • 2 –  North Carolina
  • 1 – Boston College
  • 1 – Georgia Tech
  • 1 – Virginia

4) Pac-12 – 28

  • 6 – California
  • 4 – Oregon
  • 4  – Stanford
  • 3 – Arizona
  • 3 – USC
  • 2 – Arizona State
  • 2 – Colorado
  • 2 – Washington
  • 1 – Oregon State
  • 1 – Utah

5) Big 12 – 25

  • 6 – Iowa
  • 5 – Ohio State
  • 5 – Wisconsin
  • 4 – Illinois
  • 2 – Indiana
  • 2 – Michigan
  • 2 – Michigan State
  • 2 – Penn State
  • 1 – Purdue

6) Big East – 22

  • 7  – Oklahoma
  • 5 –  Baylor
  • 4 – Texas A&M
  • 3  – Oklahoma State
  • 3  – Texas
  • 1 – Iowa State
  • 1  – Kansas State
  • 1  –  Missouri

7) MWC – 13

  • 6  – Boise State
  • 4  – San Diego State
  • 2  – TCU
  • 1  – New Mexico State

8 ) Big East – 11

  • 3 –  Cincinnati
  • 3  – West Virginia
  • 2  – Syracuse
  • 1  – Connecticut
  • 1  – Louisville
  • 1  – Rutgers

9) FCS (The league formerly known as I-AA) – 11

  • 2  – Montana
  • 1  – Appalachian State
  • 1  – Arkansas State
  • 1  – Delaware
  • 1  – Georgia State
  • 1  – Idaho
  • 1  – Maine
  • 1 –  Northwestern State
  • 1 – Samford
  • 1  – South Dakota

10) Conference USA – 10

  • 4 – SMU
  • 1  – Central Florida
  • 1  – Marshall
  • 1  – Memphis
  • 1  – Rice
  • 1 – Southern Miss
  • 1 – UAB

11) WAC – 9

  • 4  – Nevada
  • 3  – Utah State
  • 1  – Fresno State
  • 1  – Hawaii

12) D-II – 9

  • 1  – Abilene Christian
  • 1  – Cal Poly
  • 1  – Chattanooga
  • 1  – Coastal Carolina
  • 1  – Eastern Washington
  • 1  – Midwestern State
  • 1  – North Alabama
  • 1  – South Carolina State
  • 1  – Western Oregon

13) MAC – 9

  • 4  – Temple
  • 2  – Western Michigan
  • 1  – Miami (OH)
  • 1  – Northern Illinois
  • 1  – Ohio

14) Sun Belt – 5

  • 2  – Louisiana-Lafayette
  • 1  – Florida Atlantic
  • 1  – Florida International
  • 1  – Troy

15) D-III – 4

  • 1  – Albion
  • 1  – Ashland
  • 1  – Missouri Western
  • 1  – Presbyterian

16) Independent – 4

  • 4 – Notre Dame
17)  Canada – 1
  • 1  – Regina

Your Nominees for Guy Most Likely to go all “Ryan Leaf” on you (in other words, to be drafted early only to flame-out even earlier):

  • Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M
  • Tavon Wilson, S, Illinois
  • Shea McClellin, DE, Boise State
  • Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State
  • T.J. Graham, WR, North Carolina State

Your Nominees for Guy Most likely to go all “Terrell Davis”  on you (in other words,  to be an impact player despite being drafted late):

  • Cam Johnson, DT, Virginia
  • Brandon Washington, OG, Miami (FL)
  • Markelle Martin, S, Oklahoma State
  • Andrew Datko, OT, Florida State
  • Alfonzo Dennard, CB, Nebraska

Your Nominees for Guy Most likely to go all “Tom Brady”  on you (in other words, to be an impact player despite being a Compensatory Pick):

  • Brandon Mosley, OT, Auburn
  • B.J. Coleman, QB, Chattanooga
  • Antonio Allen, S, South Carolina
  • Juron Criner, WR, Arizona
  • Andrew Datko, OT, Florida State

Last guy rated in our Top 64 to be drafted:

  • Andrew Datko, OT, Florida State (rated as the 8th best OT, ranked #56 overall – drafted with the 34th pick in the 7th round, overall pick #241)

First guy not rated in our Top 30 at any position to be drafted:

  • Akiem Hicks, DE, Regina (Canada) – (drafted by the Saints with the 26th pick in the 3rd round, overall pick #89)

Team-by-Team Complete Draft Analysis

In a new feature in this year’s draft coverage, Dubsism has created it own statistic called Draft Quotient. While the exact details are proprietary, it is a means of rating a team’s performance in the draft based on comparing the players selected at which point in the draft compared to that player’s rankings in the draft with modifying factors for a team’s needs.  For example, the Colts had the first overall pick, Andrew Luck was the #1 quarterback on the board as well as the #1 player overall on the board. It was a no-brainer for the Colts to take Luck, which is why that pick receives a score of 1.00, denoting the “right” pick.  Any score between .80  and 1.20 is the “right” pick, a score higher than 1.20 is a “value-added” pick, meaning a team selected a player who was rated better that his position in the draft would have indicated, while a score under .80 indicates a “reach” pick.

In all honesty, this is really just an exercise is determining who read the tea leaves of conventional wisdom the best, since nobody has a crystal ball to see which of these players will actually pan out.  Then again, nobody will read retrospectives of drafts from five years ago either…

The following draft analysis are ranked in descending order in terms of the team’s overall draft quotient (based on an average of the DQ’s of individual draft picks).

1) Cincinnati Bengals – 2.24

  • Round 1, Pick 17, Overall Pick # 17, (From Oakland), Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama, 1.13
  • Round 1, Pick 27, Overall Pick # 27, (From New Orleans via New England), Kevin Zeitler, OG, Wisconsin, 0.36
  • Round 2, Pick 21, Overall Pick # 53, Devon Still, DT, Penn State, 5.89
  • Round 3, Pick 20, Overall Pick # 83, Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers, 6.92
  • Round 3, Pick 30, Overall Pick # 93, (From New England), Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson, 1.90
  • Round 4, Pick 21, Overall Pick # 116, Orson Charles, TE, Georgia, 1.53
  • Round 5, Pick 21, Overall Pick # 156, Shaun Prater, CB, Iowa, 1.44
  • Round 5, Pick 31, Overall Pick # 166, (From New England), Marvin Jones, WR, California, 0.91
  • Round 5, Pick 32, Overall Pick # 167, (From New York Giants), George Iloka, S ,Boise State, 0.95
  • Round 6, Pick 21, Overall Pick # 191, Dan Herron, RB, Ohio State, 1.40

The only negative in this draft for the Bengals is that they may have reached on Kevin Zeitler, but they needed offensive line help and this kid would not have been on the board they next time the Bengals were on the clock. But at every point after that, the Bengals score “value-added” picks.

2) Chicago Bears – 2.23

  • Round 1, Pick 19, Overall Pick # 19, Shea McClellin, DE, Boise State, 0.15
  • Round 2, Pick 13, Overall Pick # 45, (From Dallas via Chicago), Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina, 11.25
  • Round 3, Pick 16, Overall Pick # 79, Branson Hardin, S, Oregon State, 0.22
  • Round 4, Pick 16, Overall Pick # 111, Evan Rodriguez, FB, Temple, 0.54
  • Round 6, Pick 14, Overall Pick # 184, Isaiah Frey, CB, Nevada, 0.49
  • Round 7, Pick 13, Overall Pick # 220, Greg McCoy, CB, TCU, 0.76

Watching the Bears draft was like watching a dog trying to run on a tile floor. This whole draft will hinge on the success of Alshon Jeffery.  We knew he would drop in the draft, which was caused by various rumors and combine performances, which were all rejected by Dubsism. Jeffery has every shot to be a dominant receiver in the NFL, and if he does, he likely saves this draft for the Bears.

3) New England Patriots – 1.85

  • Round 1, Pick 21, Overall Pick # 21, (From Cincinnati), Chandler Jones, DE, Syracuse 0.26
  • Round 1, Pick 25, Overall Pick # 25, (From Denver), Dont’a Hightower, ILB, Alabama, 0.84
  • Round 2, Pick 16, Overall Pick # 48, (From Oakland), Tavon Wilson, S, Illinois, 0.12
  • Round 3, Pick 27, Overall Pick # 90, (From Green Bay), Jake Bequette, DE, Arkansas, 0.99
  • Round 6, Pick 27, Overall Pick # 197, (From Green Bay), Nate Ebner, CB, Ohio State, 0.49
  • Round 7, Pick 17, Overall Pick # 224, (From New York Jets via Green Bay), Alfonzo Dennard, CB, Nebraska, 9.74
  • Round 7, Pick 28, Overall Pick # 235, (From New England), Jeremy Ebert, WR, Northwestern, 0.62

In what proves to be yet another typical Patriots’ draft, New England didn’t make a single pick which wasn’t traded, and they made what we consider to be three solid picks and five questionable ones. But then again, nobody has made more draft chicken salad out of draft chicken shit than the Patriots.

4) Philadelphia Eagles – 1.35

  • Round 1, Pick 12, Overall Pick # 12, (From Seattle), Fletcher Cox, DT, Mississippi State, 0.71
  • Round 2, Pick 14, Overall Pick # 46, Mychal Kendricks, ILB, California, 0.28
  • Round 2, Pick 27, Overall Pick # 59, (From Green Bay), Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall, 0.84
  • Round 3, Pick 25, Overall Pick # 88, (From Houston), Nick Foles, QB, Arizona, 2.15
  • Round 4, Pick 28, Overall Pick # 123, (From Green Bay), Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia 1.50
  • Round 5, Pick 18, Overall Pick # 153, Dennis Kelly, OT, Purdue, 0.71
  • Round 6, Pick 24, Overall Pick # 194, (From Denver), Marvin McNutt, WR, Iowa, 2.20
  • Round 6, Pick 30, Overall Pick # 200, (From New England), Brandon Washington, OG, Miami (FL), 3.64
  • Round 7, Pick 22, Overall Pick # 229, (From Atlanta), Bryce Brown, RB, Kansas State, 0.63

Other than the Kendricks pick, the Eagles played this draft to value and to meeting needs.

5) Green Bay Packers – 1.36

  • Round 1, Pick 28, Overall Pick # 28, Nick Perry, DE, USC, 1.04
  • Round 2, Pick 19, Overall Pick # 51, (From Arizona via Philadelphia), Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State, 0.88
  • Round 2, Pick 30, Overall Pick # 62, (From Green Bay), Casey Hayward, CB, Vanderbilt, 0.73
  • Round 4, Pick 37, Overall Pick # 132, (Compensatory Pick), Mike Daniels, DT, Iowa, 1.11
  • Round 4, Pick 38, Overall Pick # 133, (Compensatory Pick), Jerron McMillan, S, Maine, 0.35
  • Round 5, Pick 28, Overall Pick # 163, (From Green Bay via Patriots), Terrell Manning, OLB, North Carolina State, 1.11
  • Round 7, Pick 34, Overall Pick # 241, (Compensatory Pick), Andrew Datko, OT, Florida State 4.30

Another draft which lies in contrast to that of the Bears’ or the Patriots’; instead of a few bad picks and a few big risks, this draft is largely solid top to bottom.

6) Detroit Lions – 1.31

  • Round 1, Pick 23, Overall Pick # 23, Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa, 2.88
  • Round 2, Pick 22, Overall Pick # 54, Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma, 0.54
  • Round 3, Pick 22, Overall Pick # 85, Dwight Bentley, CB, Louisiana-Lafayette, 0.25
  • Round 4, Pick 30, Overall Pick # 125, (From San Francisco), Ronnell Lewis, OLB, Oklahoma, 2.78
  • Round 5, Pick 3, Overall Pick # 138, (From Minnesota), Tahir Whitehead, OLB,Temple, 0.55
  • Round 5, Pick 13, Overall Pick # 148, (From Oakland), Chris Greenwood, CB, Albion, 0.41
  • Round 6, Pick 26, Overall Pick # 196, (From New Orleans via Miami and San Francisco), Jonte Green, CB, New Mexico State, 0.51
  • Round 7, Pick 16, Overall Pick # 223, (From Philadelphia via New England and Minnesota), Travis Lewis OLB, Oklahoma, 2.56

7) Arizona Cardinals – 1.28

  • Round 1, Pick 13, Overall Pick # 13, Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame, 0.43
  • Round 3, Pick 17, Overall Pick # 80, Jamell Fleming, CB, Oklahoma, 0.44
  • Round 4, Pick 17, Overall Pick # 112, Bobby Massie, OT, Mississippi, 3.11
  • Round 5, Pick 16, Overall Pick # 151, Senio Kelemete, OG, Washington, 1.08
  • Round 6, Pick 7, Overall Pick # 177, (From Washington), Justin Bethel, CB, Presbyterian, 0.45
  • Round 6, Pick 15, Overall Pick # 185, Ryan Lindley, QB, San Diego State, 1.22
  • Round 7, Pick 14, Overall Pick # 221, Nate Potter, OT, Boise State, 2.26

Michael Floyd will prove to be yet another over-rated Notre Dame player.

8 ) Tennessee Titans – 1.28

  • Round 1, Pick 20, Overall Pick # 20, Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor, 0.54
  • Round 2, Pick 20, Overall Pick # 52, Zach Brown, ILB, North Carolina, 2.74
  • Round 3, Pick 19, Overall Pick # 82, Mike Martin, DT, Michigan, 0.52
  • Round 4, Pick 20, Overall Pick # 115, Cody Sensabaugh, CB, Clemson, 0.32
  • Round 5, Pick 10, Overall Pick # 145, (From Tennessee), Taylor Thompson, DE, SMU, 0.52
  • Round 6, Pick 20, Overall Pick # 190, Markelle Martin, S, Oklahoma State, 3.65
  • Round 7, Pick 4, Overall Pick # 211, (From Cleveland via Minnesota), Scott Solomon, DT, Rice, 0.67

9) Oakland Raiders – 1.26

  • Round 3, Pick 32, Overall Pick # 95, (Compensatory Pick), Tony Bergstrom, OT, Utah, 0.90
  • Round 4, Pick 34, Overall Pick # 129, (Compensatory Pick), Miles Burris, OLB, San Diego State, 0.32
  • Round 5, Pick 23, Overall Pick # 158, (From Detroit), Jack Crawford, DE, Penn State, 1.00
  • Round 5, Pick 33, Overall Pick # 168, (Compensatory Pick), Juron Criner, WR, Arizona, 3.50
  • Round 6, Pick 19, Overall Pick # 189, Christo Bilikudi DE, Georgia State, 0.45
  • Round 7 Pick 23 Overall Pick # 230 (From Detroit) Nathan Stupar ILB Penn State, 1.41

A surprisingly good draft for only having one pick in the first 125.

10) Pittsburgh Steelers – 1.24

  • Round 1, Pick 24, Overall Pick # 24, David DeCastro, OG, Stanford, 1.71
  • Round 2, Pick 24, Overall Pick # 56, Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State, 2.80
  • Round 3, Pick 23, Overall Pick # 86, Sean Spence, ILB, Miami (FL), 1.32
  • Round 4, Pick 14, Overall Pick # 109, (From Oakland via Washington), Alameda Ta’amu, DT, Washington, 1.76
  • Round 4, Pick 24, Overall Pick # 119, Keenan Robinson, OLB, Texas, 0.30
  • Round 5, Pick 24, Overall Pick # 159, Chris Rainey, WR, Florida, 0.52
  • Round 7, Pick 24, Overall Pick # 231, Toney Clemons, WR, Colorado, 0.56
  • Round 7, Pick 33, Overall Pick # 240, (Compensatory Pick), David Paulson, TE, Oregon, 1.36
  • Round 7, Pick 37, Overall Pick # 244, (Compensatory Pick), Jordan White, WR, Western Michigan, 1.76
  • Round 7, Pick 39, Overall Pick # 246, (Compensatory Pick), Terrence Frederick, CB, Texas A&M, 0.95
  • Round 7, Pick 41, Overall Pick # 248, (Compensatory Pick), Kelvin Beacham, OT, SMU 0.63

This might be the best draft in terms of meeting needs, especially with the two offensive linemen at the top.

11) San Francisco 49ers – 1.19

  • Round 1, Pick 30, Overall Pick # 30, A.J. Jenkins, WR, Illinois, 0.33
  • Round 2, Pick 29, Overall Pick # 61, LaMichael James, RB, Oregon, 1.30
  • Round 4, Pick 22, Overall Pick # 117, (From Detroit), Joe Looney OG, Wake Forest, 0.37
  • Round 5, Pick 30, Overall Pick # 165, Darius Fleming, OLB, Notre Dame, 0.69
  • Round 6, Pick 10, Overall Pick # 180, (From Carolina), Trenton Robinson, S, Michigan State, 1.59
  • Round 6, Pick 29, Overall Pick # 199, Jason Slowey OC, Western Oregon, 0.53
  • Round 7, Pick 30, Overall Pick # 237, Cam Johnson, DT, Virginia 3.54

Another draft which may be saved by a potentially great player taken late.

12) Miami Dolphins – 1.15

  • Round 1, Pick 8, Overall Pick # 8, Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M, 0.10
  • Round 2, Pick 10, Overall Pick # 42, Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford, 1.91
  • Round 3, Pick 9, Overall Pick # 72, Olivier Vernon, DE, Miami (FL), 0.49
  • Round 3, Pick 15, Overall Pick # 78, (From San Diego), Michael Egnew, TE, Missouri, 0.64
  • Round 4, Pick 2, Overall Pick # 97, (From Indianapolis via San Francisco), Lamar Miller, RB, Miami (FL), 2.55
  • Round 5, Pick 20, Overall Pick # 155, (From Tennessee), Josh Kaddu, OLB, Oregon, 0.69
  • Round 6, Pick 13, Overall Pick # 183, (From San Diego), B.J. Cunningham, WR, Michigan State, 0.69
  • Round 7, Pick 8, Overall Pick # 215, Kheeston Randall, DE, Texas, 2.56
  • Round 7, Pick 20, Overall Pick # 227, (From Tennessee), Rishard Matthews, WR, Nevada, 0.77

The entire story of this draft: Will Ryan Tannehill prove to be the worst pick? Probably…

13) Baltimore Ravens – 1.14

  • Round 2, Pick 3, Overall Pick # 35, (From Minnesota), Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama 3.18
  • Round 2, Pick 28, Overall Pick # 60, Kelechi Osemele, OG, Iowa State 1.40
  • Round 3, Pick 21, Overall Pick # 84, (From Atlanta), Bernard Pierce, RB, Temple 0.91
  • Round 4, Pick 3, Overall Pick # 98, (From Minnesota), Gino Gradkowski, OG, Delaware 0.26
  • Round 4, Pick 35, Overall Pick # 130, (Compensatory Pick), Christian Thompson, S, South Carolina State, 0.46
  • Round 5, Pick 34, Overall Pick # 169, (Compensatory Pick), Asa Jackson, CB, Cal Poly, 0.69
  • Round 6, Pick 28, Overall Pick # 198, Tommy Streeter, WR, Miami (FL), 1.06
  • Round 7, Pick 29, Overall Pick # 236, DeAngelo Tyson, DT, Georgia, 1.13

14) Atlanta Falcons – 1.11

  • Round 2, Pick 23, Overall Pick # 55, Peter Konz, OC, Wisconsin, 2.62
  • Round 3, Pick 28, Overall Pick # 91, (From Baltimore), Lamar Holmes, OT, Southern Miss, 0.28
  • Round 5, Pick 22, Overall Pick # 157, Bradie Ewing, FB, Wisconsin, 0.44
  • Round 5, Pick 29, Overall Pick # 164, (From Baltimore), Jonathan Massaquoi, DE, Troy, 1.84
  • Round 6, Pick 22, Overall Pick # 192, Charles Mitchell, S, Mississippi State, 0.69
  • Round 7, Pick 42, Overall Pick # 249, (Compensatory Pick), Travian Robertson, DE, South Carolina, 0.81

15) Minnesota Vikings – 1.09

  • Round 1, Pick 4, Overall Pick # 4, (From Cleveland), Matt Kalil, OT, USC, 2.00
  • Round 1, Pick 29, Overall Pick # 29, (From Baltimore), Harrison Smith, S, Notre Dame, 0.25
  • Round 3, Pick 3, Overall Pick # 66, Josh Robinson, CB, Central Florida, 0.46
  • Round 4, Pick 23, Overall Pick # 118, (From Atlanta via Cleveland), Jarius Wright, WR, Arkansas, 1.11
  • Round 4, Pick 33, Overall Pick # 128, (Compensatory Pick), Rhett Ellison, TE, USC, 0.83
  • Round 4, Pick 39, Overall Pick # 134, (Compensatory Pick), Greg Childs, WR, Arkansas, 0.56
  • Round 5, Pick 4, Overall Pick # 139, (From Cleveland), Robert Blanton, CB, Notre Dame, 0.65
  • Round 6, Pick 5, Overall Pick # 175, (From Cleveland), Blair Walsh, PK, Georgia, 0.60
  • Round 7, Pick 3, Overall Pick # 210, Audie Cole, ILB, North Carolina State, 2.73
  • Round 7, Pick 12, Overall Pick # 219, (From Seattle via Detroit), Trevor Guyton, DE, California 1.75

16) New York Giants – 1.06

  • Round 1, Pick 32, Overall Pick # 32, David Wilson, RB, Virginia Tech, 0.63
  • Round 2, Pick 31, Overall Pick # 63, Reuben Randle, WR, LSU, 0.30
  • Round 3, Pick 31, Overall Pick # 94, Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech, 1.36
  • Round 4, Pick 32, Overall Pick # 127, Adrian Robinson, DE, Temple, 0.60
  • Round 4, Pick 36, Overall Pick # 131, (Compensatory Pick), Brandon Mosley, OT, Auburn, 2.08
  • Round 6, Pick 31, Overall Pick # 201, Matt McCants, OT, UAB, 1.83
  • Round 7, Pick 32, Overall Pick # 239, Markus Kuhn, DT, North Carolina State, 0.60

17) Houston Texans – 1.00

  • Round 1, Pick 26, Overall Pick # 26, Whitney Mercilus, OLB, Illinois, 1.63
  • Round 3, Pick 5, Overall Pick # 68, (From Houston), DeVier Posey, WR, Ohio State, 0.35
  • Round 3, Pick 13, Overall Pick # 76, (From Philadelphia), Brandon Brooks, OG, Miami (OH), 0.49
  • Round 4, Pick 4, Overall Pick # 99, (From Tampa Bay via Philadelphia), Ben Jones, OC, Georgia, 1.65
  • Round 4, Pick 26, Overall Pick # 121, Kewshawn Martin, WR, Michigan State, 0.31
  • Round 4, Pick 31, Overall Pick # 126, (From New England via Denver and Tampa Bay), Jared Crick, DE, Nebraska, 2.33
  • Round 5, Pick 26, Overall Pick # 161, Randy Bullock, PK, Texas A&M, 0.79
  • Round 6, Pick 25 ,Overall Pick # 195,  Nick Mondek, OT, Purdue, 0.48

18) Indianapolis Colts – 1.00

  • Round 1, Pick 1, Overall Pick # 1, Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford, 1.00
  • Round 2, Pick 2, Overall Pick # 34, Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford, 0.60
  • Round 3, Pick 1, Overall Pick # 64, Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson 1.39
  • Round 3, Pick 29, Overall Pick # 92, (From San Francisco), T.Y. Hilton, WR, Florida International, 1.26
  • Round 5, Pick 1, Overall Pick # 136, Josh Chapman, DT, Alabama 2.13
  • Round 5, Pick 35, Overall Pick # 170, (Compensatory Pick), Vick Ballard, RB, Mississippi State, 1.18
  • Round 6, Pick 36, Overall Pick # 206, (Compensatory Pick), LaVon Brazil, WR, Ohio, 0.52
  • Round 7, Pick 1, Overall Pick # 208, Justin Anderson, OT, Georgia, 0.53
  • Round 7, Pick 7, Overall Pick # 214, (From Jacksonville via New York Jets), Tim Fugger, DE, Vanderbilt, 0.52
  • Round 7, Pick 46, Overall Pick # 253, (Compensatory Pick), Chandler Harnish, QB, Northern Illinois, 0.88

19) New York Jets – 1.00

  • Round 1, Pick 16, Overall Pick # 16, Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina, 0.67
  • Round 2, Pick 11, Overall Pick # 43, (From Seattle), Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech, 1.02
  • Round 3, Pick 14, Overall Pick # 77, Demario Davis, OLB, Arkansas State, 0.21
  • Round 6, Pick 17, Overall Pick # 187, (From Philadelphia via Indianapolis), Josh Bush, S, Wake Forest, 0.48
  • Round 6, Pick 32, Overall Pick # 202, (Compensatory Pick), Terrance Ganaway, RB, Baylor, 1.59
  • Round 6, Pick 33, Overall Pick # 203, (Compensatory Pick), Robert T. Griffin, OG, Baylor, 0.50
  • Round 7, Pick 35, Overall Pick # 242, (Compensatory Pick), Antonio Allen, S, South Carolina, 2.52

20) San Diego Chargers – 0.98

  • Round 1, Pick 18, Overall Pick # 18, Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina, 1.38
  • Round 2, Pick 17, Overall Pick # 49, Kendall Reyes, DE, Connecticut, 0.65
  • Round 3, Pick 10, Overall Pick # 73, (From Carolina via Chicago and Miami), Brandon Taylor, S, LSU, 0.54
  • Round 4, Pick 15, Overall Pick # 110, Ladarius Green, TE, Louisiana-Lafayette, 1.18
  • Round 5, Pick 14, Overall Pick # 149, Johnnie Troutman, OG, Penn State, 0.39
  • Round 7, Pick 19, Overall Pick # 226, David Molk, OC, Michigan, 1.41
  • Round 7, Pick 43, Overall Pick # 250, (Compensatory Pick), Edwin Baker, RB, Michigan State, 1.30

21) Seattle Seahawks – 0.90

  • Round 1, Pick 15, Overall Pick # 15, (From Philadelphia), Bruce Irvin, DE, West Virginia, 0.38
  • Round 2, Pick 15, Overall Pick # 47, (From New York Jets), Bobby Wagner, OLB, Utah State, 0.69
  • Round 3, Pick 12, Overall Pick # 75, Russell Wilson, QB, Wisconsin, 0.35
  • Round 4, Pick 11, Overall Pick # 106, Robert Turbin, RB, Utah State, 3.31
  • Round 4, Pick 19, Overall Pick # 114, (From Philadelphia), Jaye Howard, DT, Florida, 1.07
  • Round 5, Pick 19, Overall Pick # 154, (From New York Jets), Korey Toomer, ILB, Idaho, 0.39
  • Round 6, Pick 2, Overall Pick # 172, (From Indianapolis via Philadelphia), Jeremy Lane, CB, Northwestern State, 0.45
  • Round 6, Pick 11, Overall Pick # 181, Winston Guy, S, Kentucky, 1.02
  • Round 7, Pick 18, Overall Pick # 225, (From Oakland), J.R. Sweezy, DE, North Carolina State, 0.75
  • Round 7, Pick 25, Overall Pick # 232, (From Denver via New York Jets), Greg Scruggs, DE, Louisville, 0.62

22) Cleveland Browns – 0.85

  • Round 1, Pick 3, Overall Pick # 3, (From Minnesota), Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama, 0.60
  • Round 1, Pick 22, Overall Pick # 22, (From Atlanta), Brandon Weeden, QB, Oklahoma State, 0.85
  • Round 2, Pick 5, Overall Pick # 37, Mitchell Schwartz, OT, California, 0.37
  • Round 3, Pick 24, Overall Pick # 87, (From Denver), John Hughes, DT, Cincinnati, 0.23
  • Round 4, Pick 5, Overall Pick # 100, Travis Benjamin, WR, Miami (FL), 0.24
  • Round 4, Pick 25, Overall Pick # 120, (From Denver), James-Michael Johnson, ILB, Nevada, 1.03
  • Round 5, Pick 25, Overall Pick # 160, (From Denver), Ryan Miller, OG, Colorado, 0.81
  • Round 6, Pick 34, Overall Pick # 204, (Compensatory Pick), Emmanuel Acho, OLB, Texas, 1.87
  • Round 6, Pick 35, Overall Pick # 205, (Compensatory Pick), Billy Winn, DT, Boise State, 0.58
  • Round 7, Pick 36, Overall Pick # 243, (Compensatory Pick), B.J. Coleman, QB, Chattanooga, 2.34
  • Round 7, Pick 38, Overall Pick # 245, (Compensatory Pick), Trevin Wade, CB, Arizona, 0.59
  • Round 7, Pick 40, Overall Pick # 247 ,(Compensatory Pick), Brad Smelley, TE ,Alabama, 0.69

23) Buffalo Bills – 0.80

  • Round 1, Pick 10, Overall Pick # 10, Stephon Gilmore, CB, South Carolina, 0.19
  • Round 2, Pick 9, Overall Pick # 41, Cordy Glenn, OG, Georgia, 0.62
  • Round 3, Pick 6, Overall Pick # 69, (From Washington), T.J. Graham, WR, North Carolina State, 0.17
  • Round 4, Pick 10, Overall Pick # 105, Nigel Bradham, OLB, Florida State, 0.80
  • Round 4, Pick 29, Overall Pick # 124, (From Baltimore), Ron Brooks, CB, LSU, 0.30
  • Round 5, Pick 9, Overall Pick # 144, Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State, 2.88
  • Round 5, Pick 12, Overall Pick # 147, (From Seattle), Tank Carder, OLB, TCU, 1.17
  • Round 6,  Pick 8, Overall Pick, # 178, Mark Asper, OG, Oregon, 0.45
  • Round 7,  Pick 44, Overall Pick # 251, (Compensatory Pick), John Potter, PK, Western Michigan, 0.65

24) New Orleans Saints – 0.78

  • Round 3, Pick 26, Overall Pick # 89, Akiem Hicks, DE, Regina (Canada), 0.25
  • Round 4, Pick 27, Overall Pick # 122, Nick Toon, WR, Wisconsin, 1.53
  • Round 5, Pick 27, Overall Pick # 162, Corey White, S, Samford, 0.44
  • Round 6, Pick 9, Overall Pick # 179, (From Miami), Andrew Tiller, OG, Syracuse, 0.51
  • Round 7, Pick 27, Overall Pick # 234, Marcel Jones, OT, Nebraska, 1.17

25) Carolina Panthers – 0.63

  • Round 1, Pick 9, Overall Pick # 9, Luke Kuechly, ILB, Boston College, 0.50
  • Round 2, Pick 8, Overall Pick # 40, Amini Silatolu, OG, Midwestern State, 0.43
  • Round 4, Pick 8, Overall Pick # 103, (From Miami via San Francisco), Frank Alexander, OLB, Oklahoma, 0.42
  • Round 4, Pick 9, Overall Pick # 104, Joe Adams, WR, Arkansas, 0.72
  • Round 5, Pick 8, Overall Pick # 143, Josh Norman CB, Coastal Carolina, 0.95
  • Round 6, Pick 37, Overall Pick # 207, (Compensatory Pick), Brad Nortman, P, Wisconsin, 0.86
  • Round 7, Pick 9, Overall Pick # 216, D.J. Campbell, S, California, 0.50

26) Jacksonville Jaguars – 0.61

  • Round 1, Pick 5, Overall Pick # 5, (From Tampa Bay), Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State, 0.71
  • Round 2, Pick 6, Overall Pick # 38, Andre Branch, OLB, Clemson, 1.23
  • Round 3, Pick 7, Overall Pick # 70, Bryan Anger, P, California, 0.31
  • Round 5, Pick 7, Overall Pick # 142, Brandon Marshall, OLB, Nevada, 0.40
  • Round 6, Pick 6, Overall Pick # 176, Mike Harris, CB, Florida State, 0.44
  • Round 7, Pick 21, Overall Pick # 228, (From Cincinnati), Jeris Pendleton, DT, Ashland, 0.60

27) Washington Redskins – 0.61

  • Round 1, Pick 2, Overall Pick # 2, (From St. Louis), Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor, 0.67
  • Round 3, Pick 8, Overall Pick # 71, (From Buffalo), Josh LeRibeus, OG, SMU, 0.18
  • Round 4, Pick 7, Overall Pick # 102, Kirk Cousins, QB, Michigan State, 0.60
  • Round 5, Pick 6, Overall Pick # 141, Adam Gettis, OG, Iowa, 0.40
  • Round 6, Pick 3, Overall Pick # 173, (From Minnesota), Alfred Morris, RB, Florida Atlantic, 0.49
  • Round 6, Pick 23, Overall Pick # 193, (From Pittsburgh), Tom Compton, OT, South Dakota, 1.50
  • Round 7, Pick 6, Overall Pick # 213, Richard Crawford, CB, SMU, 0.50
  • Round 7, Pick 10, Overall Pick # 217, (From Buffalo), Jordan Bernsitine, CB, Iowa, 0.56

28) St Louis Rams – 0.60

  • Round 1, Pick 14, Overall Pick # 14, (From Dallas), Michael Brockers, DE, LSU, 0.50
  • Round 2, Pick 1, Overall Pick # 33, Brian Quick WR, Appalachian State, 0.16
  • Round 2, Pick 7, Overall Pick # 39, (From Washington), Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama, 1.11
  • Round 2, Pick 18, Overall Pick # 50, (From Chicago), Isaiah Pead, RB, Cincinnati, 0.39
  • Round 3, Pick 2, Overall Pick # 65, Trumaine Johnson, CB, Montana, 0.67
  • Round 4, Pick 1, Overall Pick # 96, Chris Givens, WR, Wake Forest, 0.81
  • Round 5, Pick 15, Overall Pick # 150, (From Chicago), Rokevious Watkins, OG, South Carolina, 0.60
  • Round 6, Pick 1, Overall Pick # 171, Greg Zuerlein, PK, Missouri Western, 0.46
  • Round 7, Pick 2, Overall Pick # 209, Aaron Brown, OLB, Hawaii, 0.60
  • Round 7, Pick 45, Overall Pick # 252, (Compensatory Pick), Daryl Richardson, RB, Abilene Christian, 0.69
Despite the coaching change in St. Louisi, the draft outcomes are still the same.

29) Denver Broncos – 0.58

  • Round 2, Pick 4, Overall Pick # 36, (From Tampa Bay), Derek Wolfe, DE, Cincinnati, 0.25
  • Round 2, Pick 25, Overall Pick # 57, Brock Osweiler, QB, Arizona State, 0.50
  • Round 3, Pick 4, Overall Pick # 67, (From Cleveland), Ronnie Hillman, RB, San Diego State, 0.49
  • Round 4, Pick 6, Overall Pick # 101, (From Jacksonville via Tampa Bay), Omar Bolden, CB, Arizona State, 0.60
  • Round 4, Pick 13, Overall Pick # 108, (From New York Jets), Philip Blake, OC, Baylor, 0.64
  • Round 5, Pick 2, Overall Pick # 137, (From St. Louis), Malik Jackson, DE, Tennessee, 1.00
  • Round 6, Pick 18, Overall Pick # 188, (From New York Jets), Danny Trevathan, OLB, Kentucky 0.61

30) Kansas City Chiefs – 0.58

  • Round 1, Pick 11, Overall Pick # 11, Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis, 0.33
  • Round 2, Pick 12, Overall Pick # 44, Jeff Allen, OT, Illinois, 0.30
  • Round 3, Pick 11, Overall Pick # 74, Donald Stephenson, OT, Oklahoma, 0.25
  • Round 4, Pick 12, Overall Pick # 107, Devon Wylie, WR, Fresno State, 0.29
  • Round 5, Pick 11, Overall Pick # 146, DeQuan Menzie, CB, Alabama, 0.39
  • Round 6, Pick 12, Overall Pick # 182, Cyrus Gray, RB, Texas A&M, 1.64
  • Round 7, Pick 11, Overall Pick # 218, Jerome Long, DT, San Diego State, 0.57
  • Round 7, Pick 31, Overall Pick # 238, (From New England), Junior Hemingway, WR, Michigan, 0.85
31) Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 0.55
  • Round 1, Pick 7, Overall Pick # 7, (From Jacksonville), Mark Barron, S, Alabama, 0.28
  • Round 1, Pick 31, Overall Pick # 31, (From New England via Denver), Doug Martin, RB, Boise State, 0.43
  • Round 2, Pick 26, Overall Pick # 58, (From Houston), Lavonte David, OLB, Nebraska, 0.82
  • Round 5,  Pick 5, Overall Pick # 140, Najee Goode ILB, West Virginia, 0.35
  • Round 6, Pick 4, Overall Pick # 174, Keith Tandy, CB, West Virginia, 0.84
  • Round 7, Pick 5, Overall Pick # 212, Michael Smith, RB, Utah State, 0.53
  • Round 7, Pick 26, Overall Pick # 233, (From Houston), Drake Dunsmore, TE, Northwestern, 0.63
The early returns on the Schiano era aren’t looking good; this is the second year in a row the Buccaneers have finished in the bottom four in the Dubsism draft rankings.  So much for change.

32) Dallas Cowboys – 0.52

  • Round 1,  Pick 6,  Overall Pick # 6,  (From Washington via St. Louis),  Morris Claiborne, CB,  LSU,  1.00
  • Round 3, Pick 18, Overall Pick # 81, Tyrone Crawford, DE, Boise State, 0.36
  • Round 4, Pick 18, Overall Pick # 113, Kyle Wilber, OLB, Wake Forest, 0.44
  • Round 4, Pick 40, Overall Pick # 135, (Compensatory Pick), Matt Johnson, S, Eastern Washington, 0.34
  • Round 5, Pick 17, Overall Pick # 152, Danny Coale, WR, Virginia Tech, 0.42
  • Round 6, Pick 16, Overall Pick # 186, James Hanna, TE, Oklahoma, 0.49
  • Round 7, Pick 15, Overall Pick # 222, Caleb McSurdy, ILB, Montana, 0.61

Drafts like this are why the Cowboys haven’t won in 15 years.

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6 comments on “The Dubsism Comprehensive 2012 NFL Draft Review – Who Gained and Who Lost

  1. Blog Surface
    May 2, 2012

    C’mon JW. You knew that Ryan Tannehill was going to be drafted at least in the Top 64. The Dolphins were that desperate.

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    • J-Dub
      May 2, 2012

      Except that desperation doesn’t make Tannehill worthy of such a draft on his merits as a QB…

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      • Sam's Sports Brief
        May 5, 2012

        I totally agree. He is a natural wide receiver, and played just 1.5 years as a decent college quarterback.

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  2. At least we know why Alabama won a national championship this year.

    I can tell you that people in the Tampa Bay area are actually pretty stoked about the new regime. Hey, we couldn’t do any worse than losing ten straight, right? Or can we?

    It’ll be a rebuilding process for sure but we’re expecting big things out of Barron and that undersized Boise State running back. Time will tell on those guys but the franchise positioned itself strategically to get them both and they had needs at both positions.

    We’ll see how that works out.

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  3. MaximumWage
    May 3, 2012

    You are absolutely right about Ryan Tannehill, that guy will be a Ryan Leaf clone. Granted he won’t be robbing people for their prescription drugs but he will flame out.

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  4. Jsportsfan
    May 3, 2012

    Tannehill will be a complete bust. I didn’t think he was that good at Texas A&M. The only good thing about the Cowboys draft was Claiborne. After that, Jerry Jones makes a great snake oil salesman but an awful GM & owner. Not sure about the Lions taking Ryan Broyles. That could be a reach. My sleeper pick is LaMichael James going to the 49ers. He could be a big time steal in round 2.

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