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BBV FanPost Mock Draft!

With the 32nd pick is GM and BBV draft analyst extraordinaire "ct17" for the Seattle Seahawks.

The Seattle Seahawks select Joel Bitonio, T, Nevada. Offensive line was a problem last year, due to injuries, a patchwork approach to finding and using players, and the fact that Carpenter has proven to be the reach we expected, although injuries played a toll with his career. Giacomini and McQuistan were lost in free agency. Bowie seems slated for guard. That leaves an opening at right tackle, for which the athletic Bitonio is a good fit. I thought long and hard about Kouandijo here. But I think Bitonio is a better fit for their zone scheme.

This concludes the first round of our draft. I have written up my thoughts on Round 1 in a FanPost you can find here. If anyone has recommendations for changes or just wants to comment on some of my thoughts, please feel free. We will begin round 2 of the draft on Tuesday with the Houston Texans and GM "kev86."

Round 1 results:

1. Houston Texans (kev86) -- Jadeveon Clowney, DE / Clowney's once-in-a-generation talent trumps the need for a QB.

2. St. Louis Rams (S. McC sub pick) -- Greg Robinson, OT / Rams' OL is in tatters. Would have liked to make this pick at 5 or 6.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars (88 the Great) -- Teddy Bridgewater, QB / This team needs its franchise QB badly.

4. Cleveland Browns (New York!) -- Khalil Mack, OLB / Browns go BPA looking to get sacks by pairing potential No. 1 with Barkevious Mingo at OLB.

5. Oakland Raiders(The Evil Zild) -- Sammy Watkins, WR / Gives new QB Matt Schaub a target and will help put points on the board. Last clear "Tier 1" player available.

6. Cincinnati Bengals (GiantBuckeye from ATLANTA) -- Jake Matthews, OT / Immediately replace LT hole, putting it on Dalton to use his weapons to deliver in the playoffs -- now.

7. Cleveland Browns (New York! from TAMPA BAY) -- Mike Evans, WR / Create a fearsome WR tandem to boost offense.

8. Minnesota Vikings (gobs10) -- Blake Bortles, QB / BPA at our greatest position of need. With apologies to Matt Cassel, if we win 11 games we expect to make the playoffs.

9. Buffalo Bills (Revenge of the Blackshirts) -- Eric Ebron, TE / Edges out Lewan because of OL depth in the draft; provides a top-flight weapon on offense.

10. Detroit Lions (dravs13) -- Anthony Barr, OLB / Top talent could boost sack numbers and the draft is deeper at corner.

11. Tennessee Titans (The Curse) -- Taylor Lewan, OT/ Between DB and OL Lewan is the higher-projected player at at a position of more need and may benefit recent investment Chase Warmack.

12. New York Giants (Invictus XI) -- Aaron Donald, DT / Better feeling about this riser's potential than adding to a stocked secondary or Taylor "Barfight" Lewan.

13. St. Louis Rams (wangstu13) -- Justin Gilbert, CB / Paired with Janoris Jenkins, Gilbert gives the Rams potentially 2 shutdown corners as the top CB in the draft.

14. Chicago Bears (Invictus for Drizzzy) -- Darqueze Dennard, CB / Bolsters the Bears' ailing secondary.

15. Pittsburgh Steelers (CTBIGBLUE) -- Odell Beckham Jr., WR / With ideal targets gone, Pitt takes the top WR and will look to bolster the pass rush later in the draft rather than reach.

16. San Francisco 49ers (Zobster) -- Kyle Fuller, CB / Covers for the 49ers CB exodus as top talent is becoming a premium.

17. Baltimore Ravens (SMC for pataroons) -- Ha'sean Clinton-Dix, S / Ravens get a bit of a steal here at a top area of need after considering Moseley and Martin.

18. New York Jets (KevinGo) -- Calvin Pryor, S / Receiving targets are more of a sweet spot in the next round and safety is a need.

19. Miami Dolphins (Markfg) -- Zack Martin, OT / Major need, and doesn't have any sisters for Richie Incognito to defile.

20. Arizona Cardinals (BBSB Times 4 and counting) -- Ryan Shazier, OLB / At No. 11 on WalterFootball's big board, this talented LB gets forgotten behind Mack and Barr but offers speed and pass coverage as well as rush.

21. Green Bay Packers (RangerD) -- Deone Bucannon, S / Big secondary needs in GB and the 2nd-round prospects at MLB look promising.

22. Philadelphia Eagles (Giantstep) -- CJ Moseley, ILB / Between this and a wide receiver, we will draft the guy we had hoped an aging DeMeco Ryans could have been. Mosley is the future.

23. Kansas City Chiefs (TopChief1) -- Marqise Lee, WR / Recent investment in QB means a pass on Manziel and pairing the BPA with Bowe, stretching the field for Jamaal Charles.

24. Atlanta Falcons (Turn and Coughlin) -- Dee Ford, OLB / We like this guy as an athlete and pass rusher who'll speed the Falcons defense into its new 3-4 scheme.

25. San Diego Chargers (rudy2930) -- Louis Nix III, NT / Instant starter at NT.

26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (BavaroBoy89) -- Johhny Football Manziel, QB / Extraordinary value over what will happen. There's finally a QB in Tampa Bay!

27. New Orlean Saints (lemonjello) -- Brandin Cooks, WR / This is the game-breaking receiver who will keep the Saints' high-powered offense in gear. And we beat the Times-Picayune's pick of him at 20 by sitting pat!

28. Carolina Panthers (njnas) -- Kelvin Benjamin, WR / Woulda took Cooks!

29. New England Patriots (Troy O) -- Kony Ealy, DE / Pats need a rotational DE and that can be his experience as he grows into the full-time starter.

30. Dallas Cowboys (Simms-McConkey) -- Ra'shede Hageman, DT / Cowboys start their defensive rebuild with a potential monster at their neediest position.

31. Denver Broncos (Rocky Mountain Blue) -- Xavier Su'a-Filo, OG / Between this team's few needs of interior OL and inside LB, this is the best player left, a legit first-rounder who will keep Peyton upright for another shot at the Super Bowl.

32. Seattle Seahawks (ct17) -- Free agency and injury have exacerbated the Seahawks point of weakness, the OL. Bitonio is a better fit for their scheme than Kouandjio.

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