2013 NFL Mock Draft: Current Info for All 32 First Round Selections

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While the 2013 NFL playoffs are still ongoing, fans of 24 out the 32 NFL franchises have nothing much to look forward to but the impending offseason and draft.

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Brady Bunch

Miami, FL

#41 Oct 30, 2013
Perspicacious wrote:
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Obviously not a commentor who uses facts very well. Let me translate.
Peyton Manning has had the absolute best offensive supporting cast in history with only the possibility of the Montana/Young 49ers and Bradshaw Steelers coming up to speed. Many have had good supporting casts but few have won with poor to average offensive support. Given that Manning had all the benefits...Played in a dome, now plays at altitude, CAP space skewed to the offense, probowl receivers etc its a miracle he hasn't won more often, thats on Peyton and in large part to his INTs and chocking in high pressure games. Equally amazing is that Brady who has not played his home games in a dome or at altitude, didn't have probowl receivers on a regular basis and who didn't have CAP skewed towards the offense has kept pace with Manning offensively at least until this year when the Pats had a mind fart and cleared the shelves of any veteran receivers opting for a youth movement. That's why Brady stands out so much over Manning. Given the lack of offensive support Brady has had, it is a miracle that he scored TDs at the same clip as Manning, actually scoring more points, better red zone scoring and better advanced stats. The press has always sung the praises of Manning in respect for his father but his accomplishments earned on the field are less than his little brother. Peyton always wanted the big numbers and that's what he's geared to. Meanwhile Brady was geared to winning and got the numbers anyway.
Bottomline, Manning has done less with more while Brady had done more with less. Not hard to see who the QB of this generation is, unless you're a lemming following the rankings of the Manning loving media.
If Manning wins it all this year so what he should. When he doesn't expect the media to make excuses for him. Brady has no business being in the conversation for a SB appearance, let alone a SB win, yet somehow he is pulling more than just a rabbit out of the hat. Pats without any good receivers have beaten Atlanta, New Orleans and remain undefeated within their division. Word is that Brady is practicing drilling the ball into the face masks of his receivers to limit their drops. Like Jim Brown before him, people didn't know what they had until he was gone. We miss you Jim and its too soon in the coming, we'll miss you too Tom. History will show Manning fits with Favre and Marino (stat players) while Brady will be with the best ever champions (Montana, Graham, Brady)
Peyton's little brother had the accomplishment of being on BETTER TEAMS. SB wins are a TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENT.

Nasty Fact: Brady has a lower QB rating this season than Tannehill. Both have mediocre to crappy receivers. T-Hill has a far worse OL.
BarTender

Cypress, CA

#42 Oct 30, 2013
Brady Bunch wrote:
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Peyton's little brother had the accomplishment of being on BETTER TEAMS. SB wins are a TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENT.
Nasty Fact: Brady has a lower QB rating this season than Tannehill. Both have mediocre to crappy receivers. T-Hill has a far worse OL.
Correct me if I'm wrong but hasn't Brady's receivers been properly targeted 70 percent of the time yet only caught enough passes to give Brady a 55% completion rate? And did you see his hand and fingers all swollen. Yet he makes the plays when he needs to for the win, even without receivers, without Wilfork, without Mayo. Even Jamel on ESPN's Numbers Never Lie picked Brady as her MVP because he has done so much with so little. Peyton hasn't gotten any further than Tebow did with the Broncos but the Pats without Brady are like the Jaguars. Even Belichick has a losing record without Brady, and he's a genius.
Team Sport

Miami, FL

#43 Oct 31, 2013
BarTender wrote:
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Correct me if I'm wrong but hasn't Brady's receivers been properly targeted 70 percent of the time yet only caught enough passes to give Brady a 55% completion rate? And did you see his hand and fingers all swollen. Yet he makes the plays when he needs to for the win, even without receivers, without Wilfork, without Mayo. Even Jamel on ESPN's Numbers Never Lie picked Brady as her MVP because he has done so much with so little. Peyton hasn't gotten any further than Tebow did with the Broncos but the Pats without Brady are like the Jaguars. Even Belichick has a losing record without Brady, and he's a genius.
Let's use an recent example.....in the last Fins vs Pats game, in the 2nd Half the Pats defense shut Tannehill down (even without Wilfork). That was due to halftime coaching adjustments and better Defense. Sure Brady scored in the second half, but if it wasn't for tougher Defense, the Pats ...and Brady...would've lost that game.

Those 1st couple of SB wins with Brady, the Pats had Top-5 Defenses. During that same time, Peyton had crap for Defense on his team (just like Marino did years earlier). Hence the SB win differential. SB wins are a TEAM accomplishment.
ESPN Numbers

United States

#44 Oct 31, 2013
...see Super Bowl XXXV...team win....Dilfer blows
Cell Tower Did It

United States

#45 Oct 31, 2013
Team Sport wrote:
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Let's use an recent example.....in the last Fins vs Pats game, in the 2nd Half the Pats defense shut Tannehill down (even without Wilfork). That was due to halftime coaching adjustments and better Defense. Sure Brady scored in the second half, but if it wasn't for tougher Defense, the Pats ...and Brady...would've lost that game.
Those 1st couple of SB wins with Brady, the Pats had Top-5 Defenses. During that same time, Peyton had crap for Defense on his team (just like Marino did years earlier). Hence the SB win differential. SB wins are a TEAM accomplishment.
Don't waste your time...Mensa6JanitorTNSgoodogo wnerPrometheus will only respond with how good Brady is but in reality he is 0-2 in the Super Bowl since Bill Belicheat cant play with Spy Cameras anymore...
Brady Bunch

Miami, FL

#46 Oct 31, 2013
Cell Tower Did It wrote:
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Don't waste your time...Mensa6JanitorTNSgoodogo wnerPrometheus will only respond with how good Brady is but in reality he is 0-2 in the Super Bowl since Bill Belicheat cant play with Spy Cameras anymore...
Even before that....weren't 2 of those "Brady" SB wins from last second Vinateri field goals? Where was the heroic game-winning Brady TD pass? Oh whoops, it was a team win.
Miami Game

United States

#47 Oct 31, 2013
More like Brady did "less with less" and Belicheats game plan around Brady's swollen hand almost backfired....

Pats defense stepped up the second half and created turnovers...not Brady's swollen hand...

Dolphins didnt help the situation for themselves in the second half...

Wallace cant catch (as usual)...down near the 4 yard line

Pats Dobson TD off crappy Dolphin coverage

Tannehill fumble returned for a TD + INT off tip drill

Lame defense on 4th and 4...

Illegal batting of the ball off Brady fumble...

But Janitor will claim it was all Brady and his swollen had...Brady MVP...lmao....
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#48 Oct 31, 2013
Brady Bunch wrote:
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Even before that....weren't 2 of those "Brady" SB wins from last second Vinateri field goals? Where was the heroic game-winning Brady TD pass? Oh whoops, it was a team win.
The first Brady SB win was a direct result of the Tuck Rule which conveniently disappeared from the rule book this year
Kodak Cameras

United States

#49 Oct 31, 2013
"Pats without Brady are like the Jaguars"...

More like since the 2007 Spy Gate scandal the Pats WITH Brady are like the Jaguars...neither has won a Super Bowl...
First Take

United States

#50 Oct 31, 2013
"Even Jamel on ESPN's Numbers Never Lie picked Brady as her MVP because he has done so much with so little."

lmao...it all makes sense now....I see where this clown gets the Patriots football insight...



Jemele also said the Patriots would win against the Bengals during that MVP BS she threw out and that the Bengals were not ready to "take the next step and beat a team like New England"....how did that turn out again?....
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#51 Oct 31, 2013
First Take wrote:
"Even Jamel on ESPN's Numbers Never Lie picked Brady as her MVP because he has done so much with so little."
lmao...it all makes sense now....I see where this clown gets the Patriots football insight...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =H_hrwiFCxWsXX
Jemele also said the Patriots would win against the Bengals during that MVP BS she threw out and that the Bengals were not ready to "take the next step and beat a team like New England"....how did that turn out again?....
First of all she said it after the Miami game which was a week after they played Cincinnati so she obviously said it twice and still believes it.
She can't be wrong all the time, that's why we all have so much hope for you. You'll be right one of these times too, just keep trying. Even sports writer Ian Rapaport picked Brady as the MVP because he has over performed with his band of misfits. Meanwhile the masses pick Peyton despite his underperformance given all the weapons he has. It's not the raw numbers (Manning) but what you do with what you've got that sets you apart(Brady).. Denver made Tebow look good and is doing the same for Manning. Both lost a game shy of the AFC Championship. Brady on the other hand is not being lifted up by the Pats, it's Brady that keeps their heads above water. Without him, Pats are like the Jaguars. Manning should win the SB with a studley team like Denver to back him up. How will you explain it when Peyton fails in the postseason this time? If Tebow got them one game shy of AFC Championship, any halfway decent QB should have gotten them much further last year. But he didn't. Should be doing what he is doing this year and should have done it last year. Big problem is Peyton plays big in little games and little in big games. Let's all hope he turns it around for a change.
Obviously

Katy, TX

#52 Oct 31, 2013
BELCH
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#53 Nov 1, 2013
Brady likes to hang out in the showers with Janitard
Janitor3

Cypress, CA

#54 Nov 1, 2013
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
Brady likes to hang out in the showers with Janitard
The more you speak the dumber you look. We only thought you were subpar intelligence-wise but you opened your mouth and removed all doubt. In your attempt to dump on me you got the subject and object backwards so you ended up dumping on Brady instead. Since subject and object relationships in sentence structure is taught in the fifth grade that puts you somewhere below fifth grade intelligence. Or are you a grammar school kid without parental guidance. Either way get help. Your responses suggest you should not ask your dad because he'd beat the crap out of you if he knew what you were doing. Better to ask you mom. Better yet ask grandma.
Janitor2

Cypress, CA

#55 Nov 1, 2013
Obviously wrote:
BELCH
Stupid response. Did Laughing Bear Fan tell you to say that.:D
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#56 Nov 2, 2013
Team Sport wrote:
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Let's use an recent example.....in the last Fins vs Pats game, in the 2nd Half the Pats defense shut Tannehill down (even without Wilfork). That was due to halftime coaching adjustments and better Defense. Sure Brady scored in the second half, but if it wasn't for tougher Defense, the Pats ...and Brady...would've lost that game.
Those 1st couple of SB wins with Brady, the Pats had Top-5 Defenses. During that same time, Peyton had crap for Defense on his team (just like Marino did years earlier). Hence the SB win differential. SB wins are a TEAM accomplishment.
Finally sports talk.
Like your viewpoint BUT, Brady's defense was better because the Pats didn't go offensive heavy like Manning pushed the Colts to do. So Brady added enough with his no name offense to the defense to make it all work. Peyton may have had a bad defense but that's because he cried like a baby for offensive players to make him look good and he didn't add enough to the overall team for victory. With a salary cap all teams have the same chance to financially manipulate quality of players. It comes down to how well the front office picks, the staff trains and the players play. With a great offense Peyton was complacent in his so called great performances that he didn't pass a no name offense like the Pats to make up for the difference in defences. With a better defense to start Brady pushed and pushed to close the gap on Manning and the end results were a better team. It has been said by many before and a lot this current year by several broadcasters on various networks. Brady somehow gets victories when others wouldn't. He just does more with less. Peyton having HoF receivers has always had the big numbers just not as big as they should have been until this year but he still has a penchant for throwing the INT at the worst possible time. He just hasn't been clutch, while Brady has. Eli arguably more clutch. If Peyton can avoid the INTs this year he can live up to all the false hype the media has been puting out on him all these years. A talent no doubt, just missing that something special that leads to victory.
Janitor3

Cypress, CA

#57 Nov 2, 2013
Miami Game wrote:
More like Brady did "less with less" and Belicheats game plan around Brady's swollen hand almost backfired....
Pats defense stepped up the second half and created turnovers...not Brady's swollen hand...
Dolphins didnt help the situation for themselves in the second half...
Wallace cant catch (as usual)...down near the 4 yard line
Pats Dobson TD off crappy Dolphin coverage
Tannehill fumble returned for a TD + INT off tip drill
Lame defense on 4th and 4...
Illegal batting of the ball off Brady fumble...
But Janitor will claim it was all Brady and his swollen had...Brady MVP...lmao....
Winners win, losers whine.The more they whine the bigger the loser they are (you are taking after Ryan Leaf, your hero). Looks to me like you did some serious long term whining. We all know what that means.:):D Just because the Astros, Texans, Rockets dont win often thats no reason to get upset. No one says you have to root for your home team. Especially if all you are going to do is bitch about them losing and show your jealousy when others win. Grow up. And look on the bright side, now the Rockets have Superman.
Bottomline, Pats suck, Brady has terrible numbers, no wide receivers, Wilfork, Mayo, Talib out yet somehow with Brady at QB the team believes it has a chance so they bust their butts for a win. It's not a coincidence Brady has the best win percentage in the SB era. What he lacks physically he more than makes up for as a leader. Something you obviously know little about. On a panel of 7 sports writers 2 picked Brady as MVP. Dumb I know but it says a lot about perception. Manning in NE would have a breakdown. Brady in Denver would have similar but lesser numbers to Mannings but He would have beaten the Colts. And therein lies the difference.
Janitor 4

United States

#58 Nov 4, 2013
On a panel of 7 sports writers 2 picked Brady as MVP....lmfao....
Kaptain Kosar

Helena, MT

#59 Nov 4, 2013
Bernie Kosar was the best ever in the nfl.

Is Bernie still playing? I do not follow the nfl.
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#60 Nov 5, 2013
Eisenhower wrote:
Poor Bronchos wet their diapers.
Payton Maninng is the foulest person in human history. he is an interception throwin pansy boy who is a very bad player.
Do you want people to think you're nuts? Peyton has great skills and will go down as one of the greats like Marino and Favre. It's true however he won't be in Graham, Montana or Brady's class.

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