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Brown Leader
02-19-2010, 02:25 PM
...like a Vince Carter slam not that wack mess from the other week.


Round 1


1. St. Louis Rams - Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska
Regarding Vick-where there’s this much smoke there
has to be fire.

2. Detroit Lions - Gerald McCoy DT/DE Oklahoma
Lions likely want a DT and will be happy with either.

3. Tampa Bay Bucaneers - Eric Berry S/CB Tennessee
With the top 2 DT off the board the Bucs take the
top defensive guy on the board-JPP-No. Berry might have
the feet for CB but in any case he’s well versed in the
cover 2 to step right in at any secondary spot and be
a playmaker.

4. Washington Redskins - Russell Okung LT Oklahama St
I’ve yet to hear a good argument as to why the Skins
would take a QB here. Snyder/Zorn shopped Campbell last
year but this year the decision is Shanahan’s. Can’t see how
Shanny would prefer a spread offense guy who could not stay
healthy in college or a system pocket passer with a big head
to a mobile strong armed vet who has proved his resilience in
the league.

5. Kansas City Chiefs - Joe Haden CB Florida
McClain? Rolando’s 4.8 40 should cancel that. Interesting
take here: "After the defensive line in a 3-4 defense,
the next most important position on the field is the cornerback
position. Cornerbacks, with the ability to matchup one-on-one
against the league's best receivers, are essential to allowing
blitzing linebackers and stunting defensive ends to get to the
quarterback. Carr took a major step backwards in 2009, struggling
when asked to play man coverage"(Adkins)…Flowers is probably
more suited to be a #2 CB and little Joe could form “the best
young corner tandem in the league”

6. Seattle Seahawks - Sam Bradford QB Oklahoma
Good team for Sam to land assuming he’d get to understudy
for a year behind Hasellback.

7. Cleveland Browns - Anthony Davis OT Rutgers
AFC North has some of the best run defenses in the league
and it’s my op that Mangini wants to build a traditional run
oriented attack-the identity of the Browns late season win streak.
Davis is being described as having the highest ceiling of the OT’s
and ideally would help the run game and better protect Quinn,
who crumbled under pressure last season. A safe low risk high
reward first pick for Holmgrem.

8. Oakland Raiders - Bryan Bulaga OT Iowa
I imagine those Cable Davis meetings had to involve
getting better protection for JR and this has to be Cable’s top
guy for his zbs. Al signs off because he’s put all his chips
into Russell.

9. Buffalo Bills - Jimmy Clausen QB Notre Dame
Ideal spot and coach for Clausen. The character
question of Clausen makes me think, how many pricks have
also been good QB’s? Marino? Phillip Rivers? Maby he should
go by James instead of Jimmy.

10. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jason Pierre-Paul DE/OLB South Florida
JPP is now regarded as the top DE prospect and the
biggest need for JackD.

11. Denver Broncos - Rolando McClain ILB Alabama
Arguably the top need for the Broncos. Lined up
next to Davis-shores up the interior. Along with some 34 DE’s.

12. Miami Dolphins - Brandon Graham DE/OLB Michigan
Imo Graham is on par with Morgan and JPP as the
best pass rusher in the draft and the top 34 OLB. Nearly
a lock now after brutally disrespecting Joey. Bryant
has the physical make up but maby not the mental
make up to be a Parcell’s guy at #12.

13. San Francisco 49ers - CJ Spiller RB Clemson
Drafts best playmaker is what the Niner offense needs.

14. Seattle Seahawks - Bruce Campbell OT Maryland
Outstanding athleticism should translate well to the zbs and LT.

15. New York Giants - Dan Williams NT Tennessee
Inside game changer could be exactly what the G-men
need if he stays motivated.

16. Tennessee Titans - Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech
Slam Dunk.

17. San Francisco 49ers - Sergio Kindle OLB Texas
Pass rush specialist initially but certainly could unseat Lawson.

18. Pittsburgh Steelers - Kyle Wilson CB/KR Boise St.
Arguably the Steelers top need-Wilson and his RV could
become fixtures and fan favs at Three Rivers.

19. Atlanta Falcons - Sean Weatherspoon OLB Missouri
A much needed general for the Falcons defense. He and
DeCloud could be very entertaining in 2010.

20. Houston Texans - Earl Thomas S Texas
Thomas is like a younger clone of Eugene Wilson-maby
he’ll end up a better tackler.

21. Cincinnati Bengals: Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma St
Although I think they like bug eyes the Bengals can't
pass on Bryant if he's here.

22. New England Patroits: Jerry Hughes OLB/DE TCU
Patriots need a better pass rush and Hughes should
provide but don’t ask for anything else as a rookie.

23. Green Bay Packers: Charles Brown OT USC
Packers need a new LT and should be willing to reach
for Brown here.

24.Philadelphia Eagles: Everson Griffen DE USC
New LDE or even perhaps SLB but his skills as an
athlete and rusher should fit well into Philly’s scheme.

25.Baltimore Ravens : Arrelious Benn WR Illinois
Ravens need Arrelious to step right in and be the #1
as a rookie.

26.Arizona Cardinals: Mike Iupati OG Idaho
Handing it over to Leinart means upgrading the
running game. Russ should make Iupati an all pro.

27. Dallas Cowboys - Taylor Mays S USC
The new Texas Big beat should fly around and
play give and take with offensives as a rookie. Great
entertainment.

28. San Diego Chargers - Terrance Cody DT Alabama
A reach? But there’s no better fit for the nose than
Mt Cody.

29. New York Jets - Golden Tate WR Notre Dame
Golden’s game is a lot like his soon to be position
coach-Henry Ellard. Jets would lucky for him to approach
that kind of production.

30. Minnesota Vikings - Chad Jones S LSU
He’s like Mays without the question marks and freakish
speed and solid experience.

31. Indianapolis Colts - Brian Price DT UCLA
Not the greatest need but Price is probably too good to pass.

32. New Orleans Saints - Navarro Bowman LB Penn State
Navarro might be rated higher than Spoon if not for a question
of character.

Round 2


33. St. Louis Rams: Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma
Plenty of young and hungry WR’s on the Rams and
Gresham gives them the complete TE they lack and security
blanket for Vick.

34. Detroit Lions - Perish Cox CB/KR Oklahoma St.
Lion desperately need new starters at the corners.

35. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Damien Williams WR USC
Bucs offense poised to break out in 010 and Williams
is a OROY candidate imo.

36. Kansas City Chiefs - Trent Williams OT/G Oklahoma
Williams could play anywhere other than LT and improve
the Chiefs line.

37. Washington Redskins - Ryan Matthews RB Fresno State
A little high for Matthews but Shanahan won’t pick
again till the 4th and this guy looks like a star in his scheme.

38. Seattle Seahawks - Nate Allen S USF
Once Grant’s cut they’ll need
to fill the hole here.

39. Cleveland Browns- Demaryius Thomas WR Georgia Tech
Foot shmut-Thomas’s stock was getting ready to
touch the 1st round before the break. Potentially dominant
if he’s got the ability to run routes. A strong run blocker
and provides a legit receiving threat opposite Momass.

40. Oakland Raiders - Carlos Dunlap DE Florida
If Carlos is still around at 40 all bets are off-forget
about Washington or Misi or whoever-Al’s all over this.

41. Buffalo Bills - Vladimir Duccasse T/G UMass
He could quickly learn to iron out his technique and
start at LT.

42. New England Patriots (from Jack) - Brandon Spikes MLB Florida
Slow senior year because of injuries drops his stock
but could regain form and be a beast next to Mayo
unless they bring in Karlos.

43. Tampa Bay Bucaneers (from Chicago) - Darryl Washington LB TCU
New SLB is a playmaker and contender for DROY in
the tampa 2.

44. Miami Dolphins - Brandon LaFell WR LSU
Polished big WR is exactly what the Dolphins need.

45. San Francisco 49ers: Kyle Calloway, T Iowa
Possible reach but the Niners may not find a potential
starting RT beyond Calloway.

46. Denver Broncos: Maurkice Pouncey C/G Florida
Slam dunk if he’s on the board.

47. New York Giants: Morgan Burnett S Georgia Tech
. Solid S prospect who’s got some ability in coverage-
something the Giants safties lacking.

48. New England Patriots- Jahvid Best RB Cal
Adds explosiveness to the backfield that’s been missing
since Maroneys’s rookie year. Plus Faulk might be ushered
out this off season.

49. Carolina Panthers - Greg Hardy DE Ole Miss
Best replacement possible at this point for Pep.

50. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jared Odrick DE PSU
Need to continue to revamp the defensive interior.

51. Kansas City Chiefs (from Atl) – Cam Thomas NT UNC
Rac’s defense in Clev was sabotaged by never having a true NT.

52. Houston Texans - Arthur Jones DT Syracuse
Could be the run defender inside the Texans need.

53. Cincinnati Bengals - Anthony McCoy TE USC
Big time upside as a rec. TE and blocker and lacks
the injury history of Gronk or the Bengals TE last year.

54. New England Patriots - Rob Gronkowski TE Arizona
No secret Bill loves TE’s and Watson’s probably
playing elsewhere next season.

55. Green Bay Packers- Joe McNight RB USC
Reach? Homerun compliment to Grant who should
solidify his rank after a good combine show.

56. Philadelphia Eagles - ReShad Jones S Georgia
A potential long term starter at FS if he tightens technique.

57. Baltimore Ravens - Brandon Ghee CB Wake Forest.
Man to man CB that fits the scheme.

58. Arizona Cardinals - Ricky Sapp LB/DE Clemson
The rush backer they’re needing.

59. Dallas Cowboys - Jason Fox OT Miami
If the injuries are not a factor Fox could become a
steal.

60. San Diego Chargers - Montario Hardesty RB Tenn
Hardesty or Gerhart? Montario because of his ability in
the passing game.

61. New York Jets - Alex Carrington DE
Athletic 34 DE for their aging front.

62. Minnesota Vikings – Kareem Jackson CB Alabama
For a squad with a realistic shot at the SB, when your
starting CB’s include an oft injured 33 yr old and another coming
off a late season knee injury the 2nd string guys better be ready
to be solid starters. That simply can’t be said for sure of Allen
and FA Sapp. Jackson has the skills to replace Griffen at the
start of the season and not give the spot back.

63. Indianapolis Colts – John Jerry G/T Ole Miss
The most impressive G during senior week practices with
potential to play RT.

64. New Orleans Saints - Mike Neal, DT, Purdue
The run stuffer the Saints lack.


Round 3


65. St.Louis Rams – Dexter McCluster RB/WR/KR Ole Miss
Can find a role similar to Harvin and help out the Rams
offense in many ways.

66. Detroit Lions - Donovan Warren CB Michigan
Lions could completely restock the secondary in this draft.

67. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Lamar Houston DT
The other ideal 3 tech. prospect eases the loss of McCoy

68. K.C. Chiefs - Eric Norwood OLB/DE South Carolina
Prototype 34 OLB should start

69. Philly Eagles [Sea] - Jonathan Dwyer RB Georgia Tech
Big back with 1st rd physical tools maby to good to pass up.

70. Cleveland Browns - Darrell Stuckey S Kansas
Yet to truly show speed for FS but really either S spot is up
for grabs.

71. Oakland Raiders – Geno Atkins DT Georgia
If he brings anything like he had at Senior week to the Raiders
this is a steal.

72. Buffalo Bills- Mardy Gilyard WR Cincinnati
TO's departure makes getting a new WR a priority and Gilyard's
great value in the 3rd.

73. Jacksonville Jaguars - Tim Tebow WQB Florida
Couldn’t help myself. Tim here for all the reasons everybody knows.

74. Chicago Bears- Roger Saffold T/G Indiana
Marts on board means they’ll need better 1 on 1 pass blockers.

75. Miami Dolphins - Ed Dickson TE Oregon
Quietly dominated senior week and gives the Phins another
big downfield/red zone target

76. S.F 49ers – Larry Asante S Nebraska
The kind of physical guy MS should like.

77. Denver Broncos – Patrick Robinson CB Florida St
One time 1st round possibility is great value here for the Broncos.

78. NYGiants - Don Butler LB Washington
Butler has the necessary athleticism and toughness to replace
Pierce.

79. Tennessee Titans– Devin McCourty CB Rutgers
Physical CB and solid return man.

80. Carolina Panthers– Dennis Pitta TE BYU
Not sexy but all around solid TE Panthers don’t have.

81. Pittsburgh Steelers- J.D. Walton C Baylor
Recommitment to the running game usually begins with a C.

82. Atlanta Falcons– Andre Roberts WR Citadel
Out of nowhere as the best WR at Senior week could be
extremely productive with Ryan throwing him the ball.

83. Houston Texans - Toby Gerhart RB Stanford
Enough little shits at RB-Gerhart’s a steal here.

84. Cincinnati Bengals – Myron Rolle S FSU
Bengals need this guy as a character counter balance.
Combine performance could elevate him.

85. Oakland Raiders [N.E] - Rennie Curran LB Georgia
An Al type pick if Curran has a great combine.

86. G.B Packers - Koa Misi DE/LB Utah
With an explosive offense more pass rush is a priority.

87. Philladelphia Eagles – A.J. Edds LB Iowa
Competes for a start on the stronside.

88. Baltimore Ravens – Aaron Hernandez TE Florida
Another rec option for Raven offense.that needs more.

89. Arizona Cardinals - Jerome Murphy CB USF
Ouside of DRC not much here.

90. Dallas Cowboys – Brandon Carter G/T Texas Tech
Reach? Cowboys could use interior help, especially the short
yardage run game and Carter is a monster.

91. S.D Chargers - Kam Chancellor S Virginia Tech
All he needs is a solid combine to get some 3rd round interest.

92. Cleveland Browns [NYJ] - Javier Arenas CB Alabama
Playmaking CB and reserve return man who’s only drawback
is size.

93. Minnesota.Vikings - Jeff Byers G/C USC
Opened eyes at the Senior week practices. Vikings struggled
to open things for AP late in the season.

94. Indianapolis Colts – Jermaine Cunningham DE Florida
In the mold of Mathis/Freeney to provide better deth.

95. New Orleans Saints - Corey Wootten DE Northwestern
Grant’s not what he used to be. Wootten still coming back
from injury and could be a steal.


Round 4


96. St.Louis Rams - Roderick Muckelroy LB Texas
Rams defense lacks a premiere sideline to sideline tackler.

97. Detroit Lions - Ciron Black G/T LSU
Experience and versatility should make him a solid interior
pass and run blocker.

98. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Tyson Alulua DT/DE Cal
Alulua and Houston more than make up for MCoy and fill up
the Bucs need at DT.

99. KC Chiefs – Micah Johnson LB Kentucky
Much needed big inside tackler

100. Washington Redskins – Mike Johnson G Alabama
Well suited zbs blocker.

101. Seattle Seahawks – Anthony Dixon RB Mississippi State
Underrated back could push to start.

102. Cleveland Browns – Von Miller DE/OLB Texas A&M
Pass rush specialist ideal for a 34 OLB.

103. Oakland Raiders – Dom Franks CB Oklahoma
Just in case Dom really runs well-Johnson was the weak link last season.

104. Buffalo Bills – Torrell Troup DT Central Florida
Defensive switch-they’ll need something in the way of a NT.

105. Jacksonville Jaguars – Jon Asamoah G Illinois
New RG.

106. Chicago Bears – Jeremy Williams WR Tulane
Bears will need a lot of WR’s for Marts to choose from.

107. Miami Dolphins – Robert Johnson S Utah
Ballhawk for depth and can push for a start eventually.

108. Tennessee Titans – Pat Angerer LB Iowa
Needed LB for multiple postions.

109. Carolina Panthers – Jordan Shipley WR/PR Texas
Any offensive playmaker is needed.

110. SF 49ers – Syd'quan Thompson CB/S Cal
Playmaking corner [or safety] in the mold of Bly.

111. Denver Broncos – Vince Oghobasse DE Duke
34 DE might start.

112. NYGiants – Jared Veldheer OT Hillsdale
Developmental T for the right side.

113. Pittsburgh Steelers – Major Wright S Florida
Insurance and depth.

114. Atlanta Falcons – Austin Lane DE Murray State
Raw with all the measurables in need of technique and experience.

115. Houston Texans – Eric Decker WR Minnesota
Not much behind Johnson and FA Walter.

116. NE Patriots – Mitch Petrus G Arkansas
Fills interior need.

117. Cincinnati Bengals – Sergio Render G Virginia Tech
A road grader for the RG.

118. Philadelphia Eagles – Amari Spievey CB Iowa
Brings depth and insurance behind Brown.

119. Green Bay Packers – Chris Cook CB/S Virginia
Fresh legs at CB a great need.

120. Baltimore Ravens – Corey Peters DE Kentucky
Aging front line help.

121. Arizona Cardinals – Tony Washington OT Abilene Christian
Small school LT prospect for Russ

122. Dallas Cowboys – Jacoby Ford WR Clemson
Crayton’s replacement.

123. SD Chargers – Cameron Sheffield LB/DE Troy
Departure of lights out likely.

124. Philadelphia Eagles [NYJ] – Shawn Lauvao G Arizona State Illinois
Big boy Andrews might not take a pay cut.

125. Minnesota Vikings – Colt McCoy QB Texas
Developmental QB I suppose could learn something from Brett.

126. Indianapolis Colts – Jimmy Graham TE PSU
Extremely athletic TE who could be eventual replacement for Clark.

127. New Orleans Saints – Mike Tennant C BC
Pushes Goodwin.

bearfan
02-19-2010, 02:30 PM
For Bears, I think Major Wright at some time. We dont need any more young recievers. We just drafted 2 last year (Knox, Iglesias), 1 the year before (Bennett) and have 2 others that will get starting time (Hester, Devin Aroushjkdhkfdgfjdgsado)

AkiliSmith
02-19-2010, 02:30 PM
Love the Bengals draft, although Bryant dropping to 21 is not realistic and Gronkowski >>>>>>>> McCoy

vidae
02-19-2010, 02:32 PM
Cornerback is not a top 5 need for KC. Plain and simple. The pick must be McClain (ILB is our biggest need) or Eric Berry (S is top 3).

The rest of the picks are ok, but I don't see Trent Williams playing G or C, so Ducasse would be a much better pick.

Overall I'd give that Chiefs draft a C.

wicket
02-19-2010, 02:33 PM
I like the saints fourth rounder, the rest are all reaches except wootton who just is a terrible fit

prock
02-19-2010, 02:35 PM
LOVE the first and fourth picks. Third pick is ok. I don't know how a rookie second rounder is going to be better than a third rounder with a year of experience. Griffin will be back by the beginning of the year, and he is better than Jackson anyway.

the_legend_killer
02-19-2010, 02:36 PM
I'm not at all a Colt McCoy fan, but if the Vikings managed to grab him in the 4th round, I couldn't help but be happy with it.

PhysicalwithanF
02-19-2010, 02:37 PM
Spiller is fine, NO to Kindle, the rest is ok

could have done without Josh Groban..next time put some Metallica or Pantera in there ;)

Grizzlegom
02-19-2010, 02:45 PM
If Miami passed on Dez Bryant and Sergio Kindle for Brandon Graham i'd probably throw something at my television. If we did take Graham in the first i'd be ok with LaFell in the second and i like Dickson in the third. Robert Johnson is a major reach in the 4th though, he's more of a 6th rounder at this point, give me Kendrick Lewis there instead and i could live with this draft once i got over the sting of passing on Bryant.

Brown Leader
02-19-2010, 02:46 PM
Love the Bengals draft, although Bryant dropping to 21 is not realistic and Gronkowski >>>>>>>> McCoy

I saw an interview on ESPN yesterday or whenever and I don't think he came across well. He's got plenty of time to prepare for his team interviews but I wasn't impressed-so I question if he'll do well there.

Gronk over MCoy yeah but the injury issue will always be there for him.

Brown Leader
02-19-2010, 02:48 PM
I like the saints fourth rounder, the rest are all reaches except wootton who just is a terrible fit

Bowman is not a reach at #32-talent wise.

V.I.P
02-19-2010, 02:52 PM
Good Bucs mock.

FlyingElvis
02-19-2010, 03:11 PM
22. New England Patroits: Jerry Hughes OLB/DE TCU
Patriots need a better pass rush and Hughes should provide but don’t ask for anything else as a rookie.

Perfect - assuming his combine shows he's worth a 1st.

42. New England Patriots (from Jack) - Brandon Spikes MLB Florida
Slow senior year because of injuries drops his stock but could regain form and be a beast next to Mayo unless they bring in Karlos.

Love it. Undervalued for the reasons you mention - a steal here, imo.

48. New England Patriots- Jahvid Best RB Cal
Adds explosiveness to the backfield that’s been missing since Maroneys’s rookie year. Plus Faulk might be ushered out this off season.

Ok. Concussions are scary with the new focus the NFL has placed on them, but a great fit & value here at a position of need. FA is probably the solution, though, same as ever with BB.
[What you say about Faulk is akin to blasphemy. He is still far too valuable to the team to be ushered out. Until he needs a cane, he's a Patriot.]

54. New England Patriots - Rob Gronkowski TE Arizona
No secret Bill loves TE’s and Watson’s probably playing elsewhere next season.

Solid. Need a TE and he looks like a prospect that can do it all.

116. NE Patriots – Mitch Petrus G Arkansas
Fills interior need.

Good pick. I would much rather have Tennant, but C & G are both serious needs.


comments in blue & bold. +rep for the effort, as any 3+ round mock deserves.

wicket
02-19-2010, 03:14 PM
Bowman is not a reach at #32-talent wise.

easiest answer: yes he is

but purely based on talent he MIGHT be okay but talent isnt the only thing

coordinator0
02-19-2010, 03:27 PM
Don't know much about the last pick, but the first three Ravens selections are great.

Legacy
02-19-2010, 04:38 PM
Switch Darryl Washington with a DE or a CB and that's a really good Bucs mock.

KCJ58
02-19-2010, 04:40 PM
Love all the ram picks great job Brown leader

Nalej
02-19-2010, 05:16 PM
Love the Pats mock as is.
TE is a need but this year is so deep we can def grab one in the 5th or later
I rather take Alex Carrington DE there and help fill the void left by Seymour

thebow305
02-19-2010, 05:51 PM
I like Johnson, but other than that, it's a VERY unspectacular draft for Miami.

Graham is good, but I would not take him over Derrick Morgan, Sergio Kindle, Everson Griffen or even Earl Thomas.

And in the second, LaFell is a HUGE reach. The guy is a drop machine and isn't any better than a 3rd rounder at this point. He just blows, bottom line. If we are going to reach for someone there, I would prefer a NT like Cam Thomas.

And TE would be fine there, but I wouldn't take Dickson over Hernandez, Pitta or even Jimmy Graham, who we are said to be interested in.

Overall, this would be better for the Phins:

1. Derrick Morgan
2. Cam Thomas
3. Kam Chancellor
4. Jimmy Graham

Go_Eagles77
02-19-2010, 05:53 PM
Very impressive eagles mock, you nailed all our needs and gave us pretty good value too. The only one I have a little bit of a problem with is Reshad Jones, he's more of a SS and we need a FS. Good job though.

Unbiased
02-19-2010, 05:58 PM
That Jacksonville draft will work. I'd love seeing Manuwai, Nwaneri, and Asamoah inside of the stud second year tackles.

I don't like Tebow, but since you covered our two biggest needs, he's fine. He'd have four years to develop behind Garrard.

I'm also not the biggest fan of JPP, but he's a better fit than Morgan because we need a right end, which I think JPP is, Morgan maybe not.

crites09
02-19-2010, 05:59 PM
That would be a pretty happy day for Bengals fans... good job

Bengals78
02-19-2010, 07:00 PM
Reshad in the second.
And the BPA in the 3rd and that certainly is not Rolle.

akvikefan89
02-19-2010, 07:14 PM
Dez Bryant going so low is an eyebrow-raiser.

Good Vikings mock, McCoy in the 4th is a steal. Although the comment about Griffin possibly losing his job to Kareem Jackson is silly. Griffin is a solid CB.

TitanHope
02-19-2010, 07:17 PM
Titans mock looks excellent, and Derrick Morgan is a dream pick for me. McCourty in the 3rd is good, and Arenas would be good also. Dunno how good Angerer is in coverage, since we already have tackling machines in Tulloch and McRath and may be losing our coverage LB in Bulluck, but from what I saw from Angerer this year, I loved.

Great job...but Josh Groban? C'mon man... ;)

jCut
02-19-2010, 07:23 PM
Great draft for Denver. Best I've seen this year.

billsfootball15
02-19-2010, 07:33 PM
Mardy Gilyard in the 3rd would make my cry tears of joy. way to make up for Jimmy Clausen in the 1st

T-RICH49
02-19-2010, 08:00 PM
McClain is the slam dunk pick at 5 with Berry gone

redbills
02-19-2010, 08:15 PM
I'd be happy with that

WMD
02-19-2010, 08:25 PM
34. Detroit Lions - Perish Cox CB/KR Oklahoma St.
Fills the need after Ronde next to Talib and could be
the primary KR.
But..... uh... ummmmm........... err... hmmmmmmmmm...

vikes_28
02-19-2010, 11:17 PM
Nice ****. I mean...mock.

DiG
02-20-2010, 10:07 AM
great skins draft. id love it if that happened. im not confident though that shanahan would take a rb that early. hes known for taking rbs later in the draft.

BeerBaron
02-20-2010, 11:36 AM
I like the o-lineman to the Bears in the 3rd, but I'm against another mid-round WR who won't contribute much right away. Here is a post of mine from the Bears' forum that lays out my thoughts on our WRs:

We have a lot of young guys at the position who've all shown flashes of their potential. Martz has already said that he's excited to use Hester and thinks he can be used like the Rams used Az-Hakim out of the slot.

Aromoshadu looked way too good in those last couple of games to not get a shot to start next year. He's probably going to be our top WR headed forward.

Bennett put together a decent year very quietly. I think he probably starts opposite Aromashadu.

Knox will probably be worked into certain packages and will get out there in any 4 WR sets we use, so I like him.

And like GoW said with Iglesias, we're probably not going to give up on him after just one year.

So, unless someone with crazy potential takes a total nose-dive and is somehow there with out pick, I don't see us going that way. Someone like Decker or Shipley doesn't add a whole lot imo.

I'm starting to gather that we may just go BPA, all but regardless of position. Maybe we snag up a talented LB or CB that falls, or add an o-lineman who can compete, or maybe even a RB to compliment/pair with Forte.

I'd love to find someone who can help us out right away, and I'm sure the team would as well, but it's hard to do with a 3rd round pick as your highest. So reallly....I don't know what we'll end up doing. I just don't think a WR is the best use of the pick.

Brown Leader
02-20-2010, 12:23 PM
I like Johnson, but other than that, it's a VERY unspectacular draft for Miami.

Graham is good, but I would not take him over Derrick Morgan, Sergio Kindle, Everson Griffen or even Earl Thomas.

And in the second, LaFell is a HUGE reach. The guy is a drop machine and isn't any better than a 3rd rounder at this point. He just blows, bottom line. If we are going to reach for someone there, I would prefer a NT like Cam Thomas.

And TE would be fine there, but I wouldn't take Dickson over Hernandez, Pitta or even Jimmy Graham, who we are said to be interested in.

Overall, this would be better for the Phins:

1. Derrick Morgan
2. Cam Thomas
3. Kam Chancellor
4. Jimmy Graham

Wow LaFell is top 32 on a lot of sites. Imo if he shows decent speed /quickness he'll be starting somewhere as a rookie.

RaiderNation
02-20-2010, 12:27 PM
Very solid raiders draft

Brown Leader
02-20-2010, 12:29 PM
Dez Bryant going so low is an eyebrow-raiser.

Good Vikings mock, McCoy in the 4th is a steal. Although the comment about Griffin possibly losing his job to Kareem Jackson is silly. Griffin is a solid CB.

Due to injury only-like if he takes some time to get back to 100%

Brown Leader
02-20-2010, 12:34 PM
Titans mock looks excellent, and Derrick Morgan is a dream pick for me. McCourty in the 3rd is good, and Arenas would be good also. Dunno how good Angerer is in coverage, since we already have tackling machines in Tulloch and McRath and may be losing our coverage LB in Bulluck, but from what I saw from Angerer this year, I loved.

Great job...but Josh Groban? C'mon man... ;)

I laugh hysterically every time I listen to that song-then associated with football or a mock-has me bent in laughter-so I couldn't resist.:D

diabsoule
02-20-2010, 12:44 PM
I would be fine with that Saints draft. A little different but I don't hate it.

Poz51
02-20-2010, 06:54 PM
9. Buffalo Bills - Jimmy Clausen QB Notre Dame
Ideal spot and coach for Clausen. The character
question of Clausen makes me think, how many pricks have
also been good QB’s? Marino? Phillip Rivers? Maby he should
go by James instead of Jimmy.

41. Buffalo Bills - Vladimir Duccasse T/G UMass
He could quickly learn to iron out his technique and
start at LT.

72. Buffalo Bills- Mardy Gilyard WR Cincinnati
TO's departure makes getting a new WR a priority and Gilyard's
great value in the 3rd.

104. Buffalo Bills – Torrell Troup DT Central Florida
Defensive switch-they’ll need something in the way of a NT.


One of the best Bills mocks I have seen, I like Clausen in the first and Gilyard in the third would be a steal, not sure Vlad can play LT, but the potential is still there, Troup is a guy I just started looking into and could be a good pick in the 4th with the defensive switch, nice job overall from glancing it over, + rep, good work.

proshoota25
02-20-2010, 09:22 PM
LOVE the patriots draft

Brown Leader
02-21-2010, 11:16 PM
Cornerback is not a top 5 need for KC. Plain and simple. The pick must be McClain (ILB is our biggest need) or Eric Berry (S is top 3).

The rest of the picks are ok, but I don't see Trent Williams playing G or C, so Ducasse would be a much better pick.

Overall I'd give that Chiefs draft a C.

Was reading some comments on McClain and figured I'd bump my mock and respond here- by J Williamson: I looked at film of Rolando McClain and here is my scout report.

He's quick on his feet, very explosive, can use some improvement on wrapping up at times. He can play coverage, doesn't go for the interception usually though. He is very good at stopping the run.

He is not a good blitzer. He gets sacks when he's untouched only. I haven't seen any film of him fighting off a lineman or back and grabbing the quarterback. He can, however, maneuver himself to the side of the lineman to grab a running back.

However, he plays middle linebacker and the Chiefs can put him there, and he can just play from tackle to tackle.

It is hard to judge National Championship teams or big bowl teams in general because you don't know who the real great players are and who are the ones that looked great, but were along for the ride in the long run.

However, I think while McClain did have Mount Cody in front of him, I think he's still a great player plus his brother plays fullback for the Baltimore Ravens.

What's interesting is that this guys scouting is the exact opposite of some others views on McClain. I've only watched a handful of his games but imo simply put, his best strength is also his biggest weakness-he plays smaller than he is.

Here's a list of the Chiefs needs by a guy getting paid to analyze their draft.
Priority No. 1: Nose Tackle
Priority No. 2: Cornerback
Priority No. 3: Wide Receiver
Priority No. 4: Offensive Line
Priority No. 5: Running back
Priority No. 6: Safety
Priority No. 7: Linebacker (D.Johnson stays)
Personally I'm thinking S/CB/OT are all ahead of the ILB.

marshallb
02-22-2010, 09:28 AM
I'd be happy with that Vikings draft. I don't think CB is a big need, but Jackson is good value there and I keep seeing CB so I've started to become a little numb to it.