2013 NFL Mock Draft: 2-Round Revis Island Edition

The Senior Bowl is this weekend, and the practices leading up to that great annual event provide a showcase for the best upper classmen in the country as they prepare for the NFL Draft. A few players have had strong practice weeks, and others have left scouts wondering how/where they would fit into an NFL roster.

But the Senior Bowl isn't the biggest NFL news this week.

The New York Jets' owner has made clear to the Big Apple media that he intends to trade superstar cornerback Darrelle Revis rather than pay him a king's ransom. Certainly Revis will immediately become the top trade chip on the market, but how much the Jets' (idiot) owner undercut his new General Manager's ability to maneuver a deal by telling the entire free world he won't pay Revis is yet to be seen.

We don't know where NFL players like Revis and San Francisco quarterback Alex Smith will end up, but we do know the order of the top 30 picks in the draft.

So, with a week left until the Harbaugh knob festival known as the Super Bowl, here's our latest two-round mock draft.

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    As a Buffalo Bills fan I always have an interest into what analysts are saying about the draft. I do not see them picking offense in te first round, imply becuase offense was not the problem this year. With new coordinators, I see them going linebacker first (run defense needs to be improved still) and hope for Jones or even Te'o - Te'os weird December plays into consideration, but I do like his attitude and ball skills - QB in second round with Nassib to provide competition for Fitz, and receiver in the third round, possible the Marshall Receiver. O line is always good to ave more than you need (injuries, whatnot) but the line is pretty solid, especially with Glenn at left tackle.

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