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fightingtigers98
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2013 Saints mock draft V.2

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Saints now trade back with the Vikings.
Saints receive-23 and 2014 2nd round pick
Vikings receive-15

Saints then trade with the 49ers
Saints-34, 61
49ers-23


34-Damontre Moore Texas A&M,OLB/DE
Lead the SEC in sacks, he was considered a top 5 pick before the combine, until he had a bad combine and had bad interviews. He is a top talent who shouldn't be drafted outside the top 10, but because the NFL puts to much stock in the combine we may be able to snag him.

61-David Amerson CB/S, NCSU
He is a tweener and will probably play Safety, but can play corner in some situations. He led the NCAA in interceptions in 2011, but had a down year this. The Saints had a horrible secondary last year, and Amerson would be an upgrade.

75-Tyrann Mathieu- CB/S, LSU
Saints struggled to force turnovers last year, here is your solution. Tyrann Mathieu was reported saying how much he likes Rob Ryan after an interview with the Saints. I have a feeling that the Saints feel the same. The Saints had trouble forcing turnovers last year, TM7 wasn't nicknamed the Honey Badger for nothing. His tough tenious style will help the Saints get the ball back to their offense.

106-Brandon Williams NT, Missouri Southern
provides depth at the NT position behind Bunkley. If he doesn't pan out, it was only the 4th round. If he does pan out, the sky is the limit.

137- Stansly Maponga DE/OLB, TCU
Started this year at TCU, even though he didn't have big numbers he was an impact player on one the top defensive units in the nation.

171-Aron Mallete WR, Elon
The Saints get some help at WR, another guy who could become the next Colston. The Saints have interviewed him, and seem to have intrest.

The Saints miss out on some TEs in the draft, such as Otten/Kelce, but come away huge on the defensive side.




bountyhunter
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re: 2013 Saints mock draft V.2
Oh Jesus. Not you again.


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Breesus
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re: 2013 Saints mock draft V.2
quote:

Saints now trade back with the Vikings.
Saints receive-23 and 2014 2nd round pick
Vikings receive-15


Mickey Loomis fired for incompetency?


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retooc
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re: 2013 Saints mock draft V.2
quote:

lead the SEC in sacks


Jarvis Jones


Chad504boy
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fightingtigers98
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re: 2013 Saints mock draft V.2
quote:

Chad504boy

i like how jase just stands there


Chad504boy
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re: 2013 Saints mock draft V.2
Me too, it's like awesomeness caught standing still


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Breesus
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lsutigers1992
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re: 2013 Saints mock draft V.2
You forgot that we will also trade Mark Ingram to the Cardinals and will pick Sam Montgomery.

Since we're making up shite that will never happen and all.....


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Macintosh504
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re: 2013 Saints mock draft V.2
this is terrible


blueslover
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re: 2013 Saints mock draft V.2
the premise of the trades are terrible

learn to use the draft pick value chart

draft pick calculator here to avoid the math.

Picks the following year are generally scored at one round lower than the current year. That is, a 2nd in 2014 would be equivalent to a 3rd this year. Where you place them in the round is a matter of soothsaying/negotiation. Look at the Saints trade for Ingram as an example. The points on it were nearly exact in the end result.

Variation of up to 10% or so on the points is common with the team seeking the trade paying the premium.


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Bear Is Dead
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re: 2013 Saints mock draft V.2
Yea predicting trades is pretty pointless. There is no way to get that right for a mock


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