NFL Draft 2012Opinion


Don’t forget to check out the results for our community mock draft by clicking here.  Yesterday, the Vikings made the unsurprising pick of USC left tackle Matt Kalil in a landslide.

In fact, all three of the first picks have been landsides.

Now, however, things begin to get a little more tricky (and fun), and it starts with the Browns and what they will do with their fourth overall selection.

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  1. A little bit more tricky situation here. Cleveland will most likely need a RB after the depature of Peyton Hillis, but RB is easier to find later in the draft. So unless they think Trent Richardson is the next Adrian Peterson, then Justin Blackmon should be the choice to help a very bad offense.

    1. I think they take Richardson if they don’t end up moving up to grab RGIII. This year’s draft is in short supply of RBs and there is a HUGE drop off after Richardson. Thanks for always contributing, Malte.

  2. RB at #4 overall probably not the best use of a very high pick, but we’re talking about the Browns here

  3. It wouldn’t completely surprise me if this pick was Ryan Tannehill. The Browns will need a franchise QB, Tannehill will not be available at 22, and there isn’t going to be many people looking to trade up. With Richardson’s recent surgery (even if it is minor) and Hillis’ comments about wanting to stay, I think he can be ruled out this high. Blackmon is an option, but his 40 may hurt his stock a bit, and if its close, always go with the QB.. This could be like the Ponder situation where a team reaches for Tannehill due to the drop off after him.