Featured User Mocks: NFC North

May 2, 2014 in On The Clock, OTC: User Mock Drafts

As promised, this week we are featuring our favorite user mocks for ALL 32 NFL teams! We'll be posting by division with links to all the other divisions.

Here are a couple disclaimers on these mocks before you read them:

1) This is for FUN! And a tribute and thank you to all of you that have been using On the Clock to create your own mock drafts! So we decided to pick some of our favorites. So this is not what we are predicting will happen, just showing some good things you GMs out there were able to do with On the Clock!

2) People used various big boards so the rankings will change. Again, anything can happen in the NFL Draft but you will see players in various places on these mocks because different big boards were used.

3) Its not the same mock draft for all 32 teams. Why do you see the same player going 3 times in a division? Because these are 32 different simulations run, therefore a player can go to various teams depending on how their draft played out.

4) Some GMs used On the Clock regular and some used On the Clock Premium with trades, we used both to show the variability!

Enjoy and see Steve's analysis on this division's mock drafts below!

 

NFC North:        haseanclintondix

NFC East / NFC North / NFC South / NFC West

AFC East / AFC North / AFC South / AFC West

 

Chicago Bears:

Link to mock draft: http://fanspeak.com/ontheclock/sharedraft.php?d=emksne

 

22 S HAHA CLINTON-DIX ALABAMA

46 DT TIMMY JERNIGAN FLORIDA STATE

61 TE AUSTIN SEFERIAN-JENKINS WASHINGTON

65 S DEONE BUCANNON WASHINGTON STATE

101 CB STANLEY JEAN-BAPTISTE NEBRASKA

129 QB ZACH METTENBERGER LSU

141 DE BRENT URBAN VIRGINIA

156 WR JOSH HUFF OREGON

183 ILB MAX BULLOUGH MICHIGAN STATE

191 G RYAN GROY WISCONSIN

 

Detroit Lions:

Link to Mock Draft: http://fanspeak.com/ontheclock/draft.php?d=wrhexg

 

10 OT GREG ROBINSON AUBURN

45 WR MARQISE LEE USC

76 DE DEMARCUS LAWRENCE BOISE STATE

111 OLB CHRISTIAN KIRKSEY IOWA

133 C BRYAN STORK FLORIDA STATE

136 DT JUSTIN ELLIS LOUISIANA TECH

189 ILB DEDE LATTIMORE SOUTH FLORIDA

227 K ANTHONY FERA TEXAS

 

Green Bay Packers:

Link to mock draft: http://fanspeak.com/ontheclock/sharedraft.php?d=dsmhuw

 

38 S JIMMIE WARD NORTHERN ILLINOIS

53 TE AUSTIN SEFERIAN-JENKINS WASHINGTON

78 ILB CHRISTIAN JONES FLORIDA STATE

85 DE TRENT MURPHY STANFORD

98 OT BILLY TURNER NORTH DAKOTA STATE

114 WR JARED ABBREDERIS WISCONSIN

143 DE WILL CLARKE WEST VIRGINIA

158 CB AARON COLVIN OKLAHOMA

161 S KENNY LADLER VANDERBILT

176 TE ARTHUR LYNCH GEORGIA

185 C TYLER LARSEN UTAH STATE

197 G WESLEY JOHNSON VANDERBILT

236 CB WALT AIKENS LIBERTY

 

Minnesota Vikings:  Matt's Mock

Link to Mock Draft: http://fanspeak.com/ontheclock/sharedraft.php?d=btbpij

 

8 CB JUSTIN GILBERT OKLAHOMA STATE

40 QB DEREK CARR FRESNO STATE

79 DT EGO FERGUSON LSU

96 WR MARTAVIS BRYANT CLEMSON

108 ILB MAX BULLOUGH MICHIGAN STATE

134 RB JAMES WHITE WISCONSIN

148 S HAKEEM SMITH LOUISVILLE

184 G BRANDON LINDER MIAMI

223 DE CASSIUS MARSH UCLA

 

Chicago Bears:

-The Bears trade back and grab a top safety filling a pressing need in their secondary. In the second round they still nab a quality defensive tackle and add depth to the position later in the draft with Brett Urban. In addition to Clinton-Dix the secondary gets two additional quality pieces added early on, which is huge for a unit that was a major issue a year ago. Offense isn’t as much of a focus in this draft, but adding a TE early could allow the Bears to run some more two-TE sets. Mettenberger is a nice developmental QB to have behind Cutler.

Detroit Lions:

-This is a really strong draft for the Lions. They start out by taking a top tackle in Robinson who falls a bit in this mock. It’s not a pressing need, but pairing Robinson with Riley Reiff would make this offense more effective and would give the Lions a chance at a true impact talent. Adding a top WR in the 2nd round, allows the Lions to really open up their passing game. After that the focus is on the defensive side of the ball where a number of interesting players are added here.

Green Bay Packers:

- This is a trade back scenario for the Packers but one that makes a lot of sense. Green Bay rebuilds their secondary with this draft, adding both starting quality players and nice depth. The Packers also add some help with their linebacking corps, both on the inside and with some edge rushing help. Offensively they add some weapons and depth along the offensive line.

Minnesota Vikings:

-The Vikings pass on a quarterback in the first round in this mock, opting for a high upside corner instead. Given the level of receivers the Vikings face in their division, that isn’t a bad strategy. In the 2nd round they land their signal caller. Through the rest of the draft the Vikings find good value and land guys who can be quality depth guys with the potential for more.

 

 


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