Found December 27, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Matt BarkleyJarvis JonesStar LotuleleiGeno AtkinsVince WilforkJason BabinBjoern WernerRichard SeymourJason PetersNick FolesChance WarmackMatthew StaffordCalvin JohnsonRyan FitzpatrickJabaal SheardAkeem AyersJerod MayoQuentin JammerAntoine CasonJohnthan BanksBarkevious MingoTaylor LewanCam NewtonJordan GrossJohnathan HankinsCasey HamptonCameron WakeDion JordanWill SmithJustin HunterSam BradfordJeff FisherSylvester WilliamsMarcus SpearsAnthony SpencerDemarcus WareMarcus WareKenny VaccaroMatt ElamCorey WebsterPrince AmukamaraJay CutlerAnthony BarrManny LawsonMichael JohnsonJonathan CooperRodger SaffoldChristian PonderPercy HarvinDwight FreeneyRobert MathisAlec OgletreeRay LewisTyler EifertGolden TateSidney RiceLeon WashingtonIsaac SopoagaJustin SmithAldon SmithCorey LemonierB.J. RajiClay MatthewsDeion BranchCordarrelle PattersonMatt SchaubAndre JohnsonZach ErtzTony GonzalezMatt RyanLuke Hughes
TEAMS: Jacksonville JaguarsCincinnati BengalsNew England PatriotsOakland RaidersPhiladelphia EaglesDetroit LionsBuffalo BillsCleveland BrownsTennessee TitansArizona CardinalsSan Diego ChargersNew York JetsCarolina PanthersPittsburgh SteelersMiami DolphinsNew Orleans SaintsSt. Louis RamsDallas CowboysNew York GiantsChicago BearsWashington RedskinsMinnesota VikingsIndianapolis ColtsBaltimore RavensSeattle SeahawksSan Francisco 49ersGreen Bay PackersDenver BroncosHouston TexansAtlanta FalconsOakland AthleticsKansas City ChiefsTampa Bay BuccaneersUSC TrojansUtah Running UtesFlorida State SeminolesNotre Dame Fighting IrishMississippi State BulldogsLSU TigersMichigan WolverinesOhio State BuckeyesOregon DucksMonmouth HawksFlorida GatorsNorth Carolina Tar HeelsGeorgia BulldogsAuburn TigersTennessee VolunteersStanford Cardinal
A few more bowl games are in the books, but the big fiesta doesn’t usually take place until New Year’s Day anyway. There’s plenty to keep on the lookout for, especially in some of the bigger games with guys like Jarvis Jones, Manti Te’o and Geno Smith all set to take center stage in the next few days. This weekend won’t just be big in the college ranks, though, as the NFL will settle most of this draft order with the final results from the regular season sliding in by Monday morning. There are some changes all over the board, especially with some teams rising and falling in the draft pecking order. Anyhow, before anything more changes this weekend, let’s take a peek at the newest edition of the NESN.com Mock Draft. Editor’s Note: Draft order based on current NFL standings through Week 16 of NFL season. Tied records are divided arbitrarily. 1. Kansas City Chiefs (2-13): Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia Even though outside linebackers usually aren’t a popular choice at, or even near, the to...
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