It's over. The season is finally over. We can finally stop slamming our heads against the wall, stop tearing our hair out ever time the defense gives up a huge play, stop wallowing in the misery and filth that was the New Orleans Saints
2012-2013 season. At least now we can tear our hair out over my horrible draft predictions.
Round 1, Pick 15- Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri: It's pretty much a toss-up between Sheldon Richardson and Star Lotulelei, and chances are Lotulelei will be off the board by pick 15. Sheldon Richardson had a tremendous year, and would pair up well with Akiem Hicks
Round 3, Pick 75- Devon Taylor, DE, South Carolina: This guy is insane. At 6'7, he has the size and skill that this defense needs to get to the quarterback, which we didn't do so well this season.
Round 4- Pick 106- Tyrann Mathieu, CB, LSU: His 1st round talent has been marred by his horrible desicion making abilities. He still deserves a chance in the NFL, and taking the risk here could be huge for us in the future.
Round 5, Pick 137- Mario Benavides, C, Louisville: That's right, I'm mocking a Louisville player to us for the 3rd straight year in a row. But why not? This is a position of need, and Benavides is arguably one of the best players left on the board here.
Round 6, Pick 173- Nick Clancy, ILB, Boston College: We still need help at linebacker. We improved the position a bit last offseason, but Nick Clancy is a pretty safe pick.
Round 7, Pick 204- Colby Cameron, QB, Arizona: Colby Cameron is being tragically overlooked by teams. He's thrown 419 passes in a row without an interception, and could easily be Drew Brees
' successor in a few years EVEN THOUGH DREW BREES WILL NEVER AGE!
Assuming we get a compensatory pick- John White IV, RB, Utah: REMEMBER WHEN I SAID WE SHOULD DRAFT BILAL POWELL?!!!! BUT NOOOOOO.....Although JW4 doesnt have the same ring as RG3, He could be good for our backfield. We've had luck with lack picks in the past, and John White IV has some serious talent.
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