View Full Version : Updated Mock w/ Details - 3 Rounds

02-24-2007, 03:45 PM
Take note that this is pre-combine still and pre-free agency.

1. Oakland Raiders: JaMarcus Russell – QB – LSU

Hate it all you want Raiders fans, Al Davis is going with a quarterback. Aaron Brooks is now gone, and Andrew Walter is not the long term answer. Russell gets the nod over Quinn for now because of his height and arm strength. Anything can change after Combine though.

2. Detroit Lions: Brady Quinn – QB – Notre Dame

This team has 2 dynamic wide receivers in Roy Williams and Mike Furrey. All this team needs now is someone to throw them the ball.

3. Cleveland Browns: Adrian Peterson – RB – Oklahoma

This year’s draft has little in terms of stud running backs. The Browns need a star running back to be competitive in a division where they’re slated to finish last.

4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Calvin Johnson – WR – Georgia Tech

Calvin Johnson is the best player in this draft. The Bucs need WR help. It’s an ideal fit.

5. Arizona Cardinals: Joe Thomas – OT – Wisconsin

The Cardinals desperately need offensive line help and they get that in the best offensive lineman in the draft.

6. Washington Redskins: Alan Branch – DT – Michigan

The Redskins have the talent on the defensive side of the ball as they showed 2 years ago. Branch will make all these defensive players around him better.

7. Minnesota Vikings: Jamaal Anderson – DE – Arkansas

Udeze notched zero sacks last year. Anderson’s non-stop motor and his ability to stop the run gives him the edge over Gaines Adams.

8. Houston Texans: Leon Hall – CB – Michigan

The combination of Leon Hall and Dunta Robinson will provide immediate help to the weak Texans secondary.

9. Miami Dolphins: Levi Brown – OT – Penn St.

He’s brought in to be this team’s Marcus McNeil.

10. Atlanta Falcons: Tedd Ginn Jr. – WR – Ohio St.

The Falcons want to surround its franchise player with weapons. They won’t be able to do that by selecting someone on the defensive side of the ball.

11. San Francisco 49ers: Dwayne Jarrett – WR – USC

Antonio Bryant has been in his share of troubles and Arnaz Battle isn’t poised to take over the #1 spot.

12. Buffalo Bills: Patrick Willis – LB – Ole Miss

They lose out on the best CB in Leon Hall so they opt for the best MLB in Patrick Willis.

13. St. Louis Rams: Gaines Adams – DE – Clemson

Will provide an excellent pass rush opposite Leonard Little.

14. Carolina Panthers: LaRon Landry – S – LSU

Landry gets the nod over Nelson because he is one of the most sure things in this draft.

15. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jarvis Moss – DE/OLB – Florida

He can stand up at OLB in the 3-4 or he can put his fingers in the dirt and be a DE in the 4-3. The Steelers will be using both this year, so Jarvis Moss makes the most sense.

16. Green Bay Packers: Marshawn Lynch – RB – California

Some consider him to be a better prospect than AP. This is a standard pick among mock drafts everywhere.

17. Jacksonville Jaguars: Reggie Nelson – S – Florida

Deon Grant is gone via free agency, so Nelson is in.

18. Cincinnati Bengals: Amobi Okoye – DT – Louisville

Will provide much needed youth and the much needed pass rush to the DT position for the Bengals.

19. Tennessee Titans: Darrelle Revis – CB - Pittsburgh

Pacman Jones may be gone after his most recent troubles. The Titans lack much behind him so they go with Revis from Pitt. Much like Pacman, Revis can be useful at special teams. Unlike Pacman, Revis won’t make it rain in Vegas.

20. New York Giants: Lawrence Timmons – LB - Florida St.

After cutting Lavarr Arrington and Carlos Emmons, outside linebacker has become an immediate concern.

21. Denver Broncos: Adam Carriker – DE – Nebraska

His Senior Bowl performance made him into a Top 15 pick, so consider this a steal for the Broncos.

22. Dallas Cowboys: Aaron Ross – CB - Texas

Ross was voted the nation’s best defensive back last year. This pick will give the Cowboys a great cover man, as well as give them the ability to move Anthony Henry to FS.

23. Kansas City Chiefs: Robert Meachem – WR – Tennessee

He’s expected to blaze at the Combine in the 40 yard dash, so he gets the nod over Bowe.

24. New England Patriots: Dwayne Bowe – WR - LSU

Bowe was one of the best players at the Senior Bowl, and coincidentally the Patriots need WR help. Chad Jackson and Bowe will be quite the duo for many years to come.

25. New York Jets: Daymeion Hughes – CB – California

May very well be the best pure cover corner in the draft.

26. Philadelphia Eagles: Paul Posluszny – LB – Penn St.

The one thing they don’t teach at the Senior Bowl is having a nose for the football, and he’s got just that. He provides an immediate upgrade to a mediocre LB corps.

27. New Orleans Saints: Chris Houston – CB – Arkansas

He may not be as well known as the top tier CBs in this draft, but he’s played against the best in the SEC and did a good job at that.

28. Baltimore Ravens: Anthony Spencer – DE/OLB – Purdue

Anthony Spencer, who is very similar in stature to Adalius Thomas, is next in line to become the next great Ravens linebacker.

29. New England Patriots: Michael Griffin – S – Texas

Rodney Harrison has been plagued by injury the past 2 seasons. Now it’s time to draft his successor.

30. San Diego Chargers: Sidney Rice – WR – South Carolina

Sidney Rice’s playmaking ability is better than anything the Chargers have at WR. He will prove an immediate threat to an already stacked Chargers team.

31. Chicago Bears: Ben Grubbs – OG – Auburn

Ruben Brown won’t be able to keep it up much longer, so the Bears start building for the future.

32. Indianapolis Colts: Jon Beason – LB – Miami

Beason comes from a university that has been known for producing not only great NFL talent, but great linebackers (Ray Lewis, Jonathan Vilma, DJ Williams).

33. Raiders: Ryan Kalil – C – USC

He will anchor a new and improved offensive line.

34. Lions: Charles Johnson – DE – Georgia

He will give the Lions the much needed pass rush that their Cover 2 scheme craves.

35. Browns: DeMarcus Tyler – DT – North Carolina St.

He’s the prototypical nose tackle for the 3-4 defense.

36. Bucs: Victor Abiamiri – DE – Notre Dame

Rice and/or White are gone and Abiamiri possesses all the physical tools to shine.

37. Jets: Quentin Moses – DE/OLB – Georgia

Moses will provide the pass rushing 3-4 linebacker that they need for the scheme.

38. Cardinals: Joe Staley – OT – Central Michigan

After solidifying the left side of the offensive line, they fortify the right side.

39. Texans: Tim Crowder – DE - Texas

Has a great motor and will form an excellent combination with Mario Williams.

40. Dolphins: Brandon Meriweather – S - Miami

Help at SS is needed so the Dolphins get the hometown guy.

41. Vikings: Aaron Sears – OG/OT - Tennessee

They need an answer at RG and RT, and Sears can provide at either position.

42. 49ers: Eric Weddle – CB/S – Utah

His versatility can helps the Niners at either CB or S.

43. Bills: Tanard Jackson – CB – Syracuse

Solid Senior Bowl showing makes him the Bills choice to take over for Clements.

44. Falcons: Aaron Rouse – S – Virginia Tech

The Falcons are known for taking Virginia Tech players, plus it doesn’t hurt that it fills a hole at safety.

45. Panthers: Greg Olsen – TE - Miami

Will take some of the pressure off of Steve Smith.

46. Steelers: David Irons – CB - Auburn

The Steelers need depth at CB, and Irons’ Senior Bowl performance earns him this spot.

47. Packers: Zach Miller – TE – Arizona St.

Time to give Favre that TE he’s grown to love throughout his career.

48. Jaguars: Fred Bennett – CB – South Carolina

South Carolina produces excellent CBs and the Jags need depth at that position.

49. Bengals: Stewart Bradley – LB – Nebraska

Character player who will be a good fit at strongside linebacker.

50. Titans: LaMarr Woodley – DE - Michigan

Will provide the much needed pass rush opposite to Vanden Bosch.

51. Giants: Marcus McCauley – CB – Fresno St.

Sam Madison and R.W. McQuarters are old so some freshness is needed.

52. Rams: Anthony Gonzalez – WR – Ohio St.

Will excel as a 3rd WR until Isaac Bruce retires, in which case he’ll excel as the #2.

53. Cowboys: Josh Beekman – OG – Boston College

The long term replacement for Marco Rivera.

54. Chiefs: Brandon Mebane – DT - California

The Chiefs need a pass rush from that middle of that defensive line.

55. Seahawks: Eric Wright – CB - UNLV

Jordan Babineaux was forced to play CB last season because of lack of depth.

56. Broncos: Josh Wilson – CB – Maryland

Wilson possesses similar size, speed, and ability as Darrent Williams.

57. Eagles: Josh Gattis – S – Wake Forest

Will share duties with Considine and could be Dawkins’ eventual replacement.

58. Saints: Quinn Pitcock – DT – Ohio St.

The Saints need depth at defensive tackle.

59. Jets: Tony Hunt – RB – Penn St.

Shined at the Senior Bowl. Will form a solid 1-2 punch with Leon Washington.

60. Patriots: Buster Davis – MLB – Florida St.

His biggest knock is his size, but that didn’t seem to stop Bruschi in this system.

61. Ravens: Kenny Irons – RB – Auburn

Jamal Lewis is expected to get cut, and Irons is the best available back.

62. Chargers: David Harris – LB – Michigan

Youth is needed at MLB since Godfrey is aging and Edwards is always on the hot seat.

63. Bears: Tony Ugoh – OT – Arkansas

Will be the successor at RT when Fred Miller hangs it up.

64. Bucs: Turk McBride – DT – Tennessee

A fresh DT who can provide a much needed pop to the Bucs’ defensive line.\

65. Raiders: Jay Moore – DE – Nebraska

66. Lions: Doug Free – OT – Northern Illinois

67. Browns: Troy Smith – QB – Ohio St.

68. Bucs: Jonathan Wade – CB - Tennessee

69. Cardinals: Michael Johnson – S – Arizona

70. Broncos: John Wendling – S – Wyoming

71. Dolphins: Craig Davis – WR – LSU

72. Vikings: Jason Hill – WR – Washington St.

73. Texans: Brandon Myles – WR – West Virginia

74. Bills: James Marten – OT – Boston College

75. Falcons: Ray McDonald – DE/DT – Florida

76. 49ers: Ryan McBean – DT/DE – Oklahoma St.

77. Steelers: Antonio Johnson – DT/DE – Mississippi St.

78. Packers: Tarell Brown – CB – Texas

79. Jags: Prescott Burgess – OLB – Michigan

80. Titans: Chansi Stuckey – WR – Clemson

81. Giants: Chase Johnson – OT – Wyoming

82. Rams: Rufus Alexander – OLB – Oklahoma

83. Panthers: Brandon Siler – MLB – Florida

84. Chiefs: Marshal Yanda – OG/OT – Iowa

85. Seahawks: Scott Chandler – TE – Iowa

86. Broncos: Kareem Brown – DT – Miami

87. Cowboys: Mason Crosby – K – Colorado

88. Saints: Michael Okwo – OLB – Stanford

89. Jets: Tim Duckworth – OG – Auburn

90. Eagles: Michael Bush – RB – Louisville

91. Patriots: Darius Walker – RB – Notre Dame

92. Ravens: Renardo Foster – OT – Louisville

93. Chargers: Sabby Piscitelli – S – Oregon St.

94. Bears: Ben Patrick – TE – Delaware

95. Colts: Marcus Thomas – DT – Florida

02-24-2007, 03:46 PM
Jordan Babineaux was forced to play corner because the #1, #2, and #4 corners were all injured, a freak coincidence that will never happen again. Get your facts straight.

02-24-2007, 03:49 PM
good raider mock. OT could be the pick in the 3rd though

02-24-2007, 03:50 PM
First 2 picks are good, but Turk McBride is one hell of a reach in the 2nd round :shock: Abiamiri is the 2nd option for me but I prefer Meriweather, just lettin' ya know.

02-24-2007, 03:50 PM
ok giants draft- good 1st 2 round round picks but give us a guy like darius walker, or a Guard in marhsal yanda

02-24-2007, 11:00 PM
round 2 we'd take blalock, and r.3 is just a mess. r.1 is good :D

02-24-2007, 11:10 PM
horrible first round SF pick, rest are ok

02-24-2007, 11:10 PM
Oh God no! No!

Ginn is a bad choice, no doubt. I like him more than most Falcons fans, but he isn't near the top of my list. Also, you have us passing on Gaines Adams!

We have a hole at safety, but a SS is a luxery, not a need. Lawyer is old but definitely servicable and Crocker is a natural SS and slot CB, not a FS really. And then IMO Rouse won't go until round 3 anyway.

McDonald is a big no as well. He weighed in under 280 and will be just a situational DT during nickel, and at end he won't be able to hold up full time. Then add in we already have 2 very good UTs, and it makes no sense.

02-24-2007, 11:23 PM
We're fine at SLB... We need a CB bad. McCauley/Wade.

02-24-2007, 11:48 PM
Amazing Chiefs draft

02-24-2007, 11:50 PM
Prolly one of the best Rams multi round mocks I have seen. Thats not a compliment.

02-25-2007, 01:27 AM
Brilliant Panthers draft

02-25-2007, 02:12 AM
For the Lions.. Round 1 and 2 are good picks.. I'd rather go with a Guard in Round 3, though.

02-25-2007, 02:26 AM
7. Minnesota Vikings: Jamaal Anderson – DE – Arkansas "

Good Pick but The vikings need the more pure pass rusher here so give the nod to Gaines adams

41. Vikings: Aaron Sears – OG/OT - Tennessee

First off the vikings pick at #39 not #41... and with greg olsen on the board we dont pass on him here

72. Vikings: Jason Hill – WR – Washington St.

Again wrong order, Vikings pick #71 dolphins are at #72 ... Good choice of position though just give us Craig Davis instead

02-25-2007, 03:00 AM
Falcons picking Ginn @ 10.....

I hope you're wrong about that one.... That's all Atlanta needs is another overated wr from Ohio State

02-25-2007, 03:38 AM
carriker is a much better pick for the niners

02-25-2007, 08:20 AM
ok giants draft- good 1st 2 round round picks but give us a guy like darius walker, or a Guard in marhsal yanda
Duckworth, Walker, or Booker

02-25-2007, 09:36 AM
Not the best picks for the Eagles. We would probably go with Griffin in the first and then a DE or Brian Leonard in the second. In the third, we would probably pick Anthony Waters, or maybe another MLB that falls. If none are left we may go CB as well, since we don't have too many needs.

02-25-2007, 10:23 AM
Great redskins pick

02-25-2007, 10:34 AM
if he's our mcneil, then we can wait til round 2 right?

02-25-2007, 12:31 PM
Okay chargers draft. Love the first round pick. I would go with Wendling in the second and then an ILB in the third personally. My problem with Harris, which I have said many times before is that he is not a good cover LB ala Donnie Edwards, which is what we need. I'm just not sold on him yet, and think Wendling would be a better pick especially cause he fills a much bigger need.

Rayford Mcdaniel
02-25-2007, 12:39 PM
1st Packers pick is ideal. I could see us trading up a couple spots if Olsen slides mid 2nd otherwise Id be fine with Miller. 3rd Round could go CB or S based on position value left.

Green Bay Scat
02-25-2007, 06:27 PM
ill give u a C+ for the packer mock

02-25-2007, 06:37 PM
ok giants mock
fabulous 1st round pick in timmons and good explanation
2nd round i personally would rather have josh wilson, but mccauley is fine i guess
3rd round give us darius walker or michael bush instead of an OT b.c we r moving Diehl- or give us the best G available

02-25-2007, 08:22 PM
I don't see the Browns passing on Thomas if he's still on the board. In addition I think Aaron Sears or Josh Beekman make better 2nd round choices and Michael Bush is a better third round pick or a defensive lineman.

Yung Flippa
02-25-2007, 10:00 PM
Good Ravens Draft
But Not So Sure Bout Renardo Foster In The 3rd

Scotty D
02-25-2007, 10:12 PM
Very nice Lions draft. Fills needs.

02-26-2007, 12:11 AM
Good start to the Bucs but a lacklustre final few picks

02-26-2007, 12:20 AM
awesome chiefs draft

02-26-2007, 09:36 AM
ok giants mock
fabulous 1st round pick in timmons and good explanation
2nd round i personally would rather have josh wilson, but mccauley is fine i guess
3rd round give us darius walker or michael bush instead of an OT b.c we r moving Diehl- or give us the best G available

Same except maybe Lorenzo booker in the third

02-27-2007, 06:49 PM
I'm assuming you hate the Eagles, that is my only comment.

02-27-2007, 09:04 PM
I love the Eagles. The Eagles are my team, have always been my team, and will always be my team. I know few things, but the one thing I do know is football. I know what the Eagles need. I know what the Eagles don't need. Stick with me kid and my knowledge of this sport, both professional and college, and maybe you'll learn a thing or two.

02-27-2007, 09:28 PM
second round is pretty high for david irons

02-28-2007, 03:22 AM
Bucs draft starts off well but finishes poorly

02-28-2007, 04:38 AM
You do realize the Bucs and Browns are drafting out of order in the 2nd, right?