2015 Mock Draft: Chiado’s Mock Has Steelers Not Taking A CB

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21. Cincinnati Bengals

21. player. 56. The Bengals had a pretty good offensive line this past season, but they should have a spot open for the taking in 2015. Peat seems a little soft to be an immediate starter on the offensive line, but he has massive potential as an offensive tackle.. Offensive Tackle. Stanford. Andrus Peat

22. Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers had a woeful pass rush this past season and even if they re-sign Jason Worilds they will still need a second starter at outside linebacker. Harold needs to add some bulk, but he fantastic athleticism and hand usage to start year one and have tremendous upside.. Defensive End. Virginia. Eli Harold. 22. player. 55

23. Detroit Lions

50. It is unlikely that Ndamukong Suh is back in Detroit next season, so the Lions will need to look for a replacement. Luckily for them, Phillips is still on the board. Phillips is ridiculously athletic for a man his size and should be an immediate replacement on the interior.. Defensive Tackle. Oklahoma. Jordan Phillips. 23. player

24. Arizona Cardinals

32. The most popular comparison I’ve heard for Dawson is Arizona’s very own Daryl Washington. With the strong possibility that Washington could get suspended again and that Arizona already has a hole at the other inside linebacker spot, Dawson is a good fit.. Linebacker. TCU. Paul Dawson. 24. player

25. Carolina Panthers

87. The Panthers offensive line was horrendous last season and they almost got Cam Newton killed. Whatever form it comes in, they need a huge upgrade at offensive tackle.. Offensive Tackle. Miami (Fla.). Ereck Flowers. 25. player

26. Baltimore Ravens

Cornerback. Stanford. Alex Carter. 26. player. 26. The Ravens secondary was the biggest issue with the team this past season. Adding a corner like Carter to the picture would immediately give the team a #2 corner to pair with a healthy Jimmy Smith.

27. Dallas Cowboys

123. The Cowboys’ defense fared far better this past season than was expected of them. Adding a player like Beasley, who could be a situational pass rusher, would take their defense to another level than it was last year.. Linebacker. Clemson. Vic Beasley. 27. player

28. Denver Broncos

Minnesota. Maxx Williams. 28. player. 45. If the Broncos want to get one last good year out of Peyton Manning, they will need to surround him with all the weapons they can. Maxx will be able to replace a likely departed Julius Thomas, and maybe even improve upon him.. Tight end

29. Indianapolis Colts

46. The Colts offensive line was a mess this past season. If they want to get more out of their running game or do a better job protecting their franchise quarterback, they’ll need an upgrade. Erving showed tremendous upside at center this past season and could easily provide that to the Colts.. Center. Florida State. Cameron Erving. 29. player

30. Green Bay Packers

player. 49. The Packers have needed another inside linebacker for a long time and this offseason seems like the perfect time to make the upgrade. Kendricks would finally provide a linebacker that can be successful as an in the box linebacker and in coverage.. Linebacker. UCLA. Eric Kendricks. 30

31. Seattle Seahawks

player. 36. In the past, USC receivers haven’t been that successful in the NFL, but Agholor has the chance to follow Marqise Lee as an early draft pick. The Seahawks have a huge need at wide receiver and Agholor has the potential to be a #1 receiver down the road.. Wide Receiver. Southern California. Nelson Agholor. 31

32. New England Patriots

With offensive guard being perhaps the biggest need on the Patriots this offseason, Tomlinson would immediately fill that need. He could immediately step in as a starter and provide a powerful interior blocker.. Guard. Duke. Laken Tomlinson. 32. player. 47

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