Mock Draft by Doug

1. Kansas City - QB Jameis Winston
You need a QB to build around and Winston proved he can be that player.  He is 
only the 3rd rookie QB ever to throw for 4000+ yards and 20+ TDs in the fall 
developmental league, joining Andrew Luck and Cam Newton, and they turned out alright.  

2. Las Vegas - WR7 Amari Cooper
Why mess with success?  Carr and Cooper stick together giving Gronk someone on 
the outside to help open up the middle of the field for him.

3. San Antonio - CB8 Marcus Peters
In a good DB draft Peters stands out with his 8 picks.  The Vikings fill a 
massive hole with the standout corner.

4. Krakow - RB Todd Gurley
The offensive rookie of the year goes 4th.  Not their biggest need, but the 
Kielbasa can't pass on the chance to give Cam the dynamic former Bulldog as 
a backfield partner.

5. Albuquerque - CB8 Ronald Darby
The Rattlesnakes have a team looking to be on the rise, and they continue the 
upward trend with Darby.

6. Oklahoma City - DL7 Leonard Williams
The Invaders are in desperate need of some Dline help so they grab the talented 
Mr. Williams.  He'll be a big force in front of their strong linebacking crew.

7. Denver (from Hollywood) - CB8 Malcolm Butler
8. Denver - WR Stefon Diggs
Always fun to have back to back picks, especially in the 1st round.  Plenty of 
options here, Butler plugs in across from Richard Sherman to form a dynamic duo.  
Diggs provides a much needed youthful presence to Denver's aging receiver corps.

9. Arizona - C8/6 Mitch Morse
While not a sexy pick, Morse is a smart pick.  The Tombstone need to keep Andy 
Dalton upright for as long as possible if they want to have success.

10. Indianapolis - DB7 Byron Jones
The Cobras add the versatile Jones to their defensive backfield.  He'll probably 
slide into a corner position but does provide options for Indy.

11. Minnesota - ILB7 Deone Buchanon
Deone wasn't a very good safety, but proved to be a tremendous force after his 
move to linebacker.  Might be the prototypical linebacker of the future.

12. Pittsburgh - CB8 David Amerson
After floundering in the nation's capital under new management Amerson, like the 
pioneers of old, found new football like after heading out west to the bay area. 
 The RoughRiders happily add him as another piece to an outstanding defense.

13. Denver (from NY) - ILB7 Kwon Alexander
With their 3rd pick of the round Denver goes with the playmaking LSU Tiger to man 
the middle of the D.  A pretty good 1st round haul for the reloading Demons.

14. Chicago - T8/6 Morgan Moses
The Caravan turn to the former Cavalier to help solidify their shaky Oline.  Chicago 
fans look forward to watching the big mauler opening holes for the Van RBs for years 
to come.

15. San Diego - OLB7 Jerry Ataouchu
The Sun stay local and take the impressive edge rusher out of Nigeria.  Somewhere 
Christian Okoye is smiling.

16. Alaska - C10/8 Joe Berger
The Grizzlies are looking to repeat so why not put the last piece in place on the 
league's best offensive front.  Joe might be up there in age but still has some good 
football left in him.