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FordFairlane
03-10-2010, 06:29 PM
Round 1
St. Louis (1-15) - Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame
Rams have 2 top ten picks on the d-line but no franchise QB. I think it's OT, QB or trade down. But who wants to trade up?

Detroit (2-14) - Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska
Lions could go OT to protect their young QB but Suh is too good to pass up.

Tampa Bay (3-13) - Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma
Again could go OT for the young QB but McCoy is a play maker on defense that the Bucs haven't had in a long time.

Washington (4-12) - Russell Okung, Oklahoma State
With Samuels retiring Mike gets a future LT for the next decade.

Kansas City (4-12) - Bruce Campbell, Maryland
Chiefs have to keep their QB upright and they seem to have a good young RB that could use so holes to run through.

Seattle (5-11) - Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
Seattle should be rebuilding this year. You don't get a shot at a QB like this at #7 very often.

Cleveland (5-11) - Eric Berry, S, Tennessee
A stud DB to help that under achieving secondary.

Oakland (5-11) - Jason Pierre-Paul, South Florida
If Al Davis sees that video of this kid back flipping he'll trade up for him. And this takes some pressure off Seymour.

Buffalo (6-10) - Trent Williams, Oklahoma
The Bills need to keep their QB upright. Williams is a stud LT.

Jacksonville (7-9) - Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State
The Jags get a playmaker receiver. Big, strong, fast and way better than anything on the roster.

Denver - from Chicago (7-9) - Rolando McClain, Alabama
Such a great value and in the 3-4 you need athletic LB's.

Miami (7-9) - Dan Williams, Tennessee
Starts at DT from day one for the Phins.

San Francisco (8-8) - Joe Haden, Florida
CB might not be a huge need but with Clements and Haden teams would be hard pressed to pass.

Seattle - from Denver (8-8) - C.J. Spiller, Clemson
Again they are rebuilding. This is a need and fits well with the system.

New York Giants (8-8) - Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri
Giants could use an athletic LB who can make plays.

Tennessee (8-8) - Brandon Graham, Michigan
An instant pass rush nightmare for Manning.

San Francisco - from Carolina (8-8) - Bryan Bulaga, Iowa
9ers get a stud LT.

Pittsburgh (9-7) - Anthony Davis, Rutgers
Big Ben might stay upright this year.

Atlanta (9-7) - Carlos Dunlap, Florida
Freak athlete. Can the Falcons keep him motivated?

Houston (9-7) - Ryan Mathews, Fresno State
Houston has yet to have a quality NFL RB. This stops with this pick.

Cincinnati* (10-6) - Earl Thomas, FS, Texas
Bengals get a ball hawk safety.

New England* (10-6) - Jerry Hughes, TCU
Instant upgrade at OLB. The Pats are old. They need to get young fast if they want to compete.

Green Bay* (11-5) - Charles Brown, USC
Rodgers ran for his life last year. CLifton is old as dirt. A need.

Philadelphia* (11-5) - Everson Griffen, USC
Stud DE for the Eagles.

Baltimore* (9-7) - Sergio Kindle, Texas
Perfect fit for the Ravens.

Arizona* (10-6) - Tim Tebow, Florida
Is Leinart the guy. Well this will push him to be. Tebow is a winner and fits with that high powered offense.

Dallas* (11-5) - Taylor Mays, USC
Freak of nature. Al Davis might trade up for him. But fills a need and is an upgrade.

San Diego* (13-3) - Jahvid Best, California
No LT no problem.

New York Jets* (9-7) - Golden Tate, Notre Dame
Gives Sanchez a nice target. This is Hines Ward with speed.

Minnesota* (12-4) - Jared Odrick, Penn State
Pat Williams is old as dirt and is in the last year of his contract.

Indianapolis* (14-2) - Kareem Jackson, Alabama
Jackson fits right in the Colts system and fills a need.

New Orleans* (13-3) Kyle Wilson, Boise
An upgrade in the secondary.

Round 2

St. Louis (1-15) - Mike Iupati, Idaho
Some say he can play OT. I think he's a guard. Maybe RT. But definately a good deal.

Detroit (2-14) - Devin McCourty, Rutgers
Could go many different directions. But fills a need and is a good value.

Tampa Bay (3-13) - Arrelious Benn, Illinois
Bucs give their young QB a target to throw too.

Kansas City (4-12) - Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma
With the loss of Gonzalez the Chiefs lost that safety valve in the middle of the field.

Washington (4-12) - Brian Price, UCLA
Steal this point of the draft!

Cleveland (5-11) - Ben Tate, Auburn
Harrison is exciting but can he take the pounding of an every down back?

Oakland (5-11) - Jacoby Ford, Clemson
COme on he ran a 4.28 we all know where he is going.

Seattle (5-11) - Damian Williams, USC
QB, RB and now receiver. All great values. This would be a dream for any team wanting to rebuild.

Buffalo (6-10) - Toby Gerhart, Stanford
A hard nosed football player. Instant upgrade at the RB position.

Tampa Bay - from Chicago (7-9) - Daryl Washington, TCU
Tamp hasn't had a stud backer like this since Brooks.

Miami (7-9) - Dorin Dickerson, Pittsburgh
Freak of nature. Either going to play WR or TE. Figure it out once you get him in camp.

New England - from Jacksonville (7-9) - Brandon LaFell, LSU
With Moss gone after this year and Welker probably out this year a need.

Denver (8-8) - Terrence Cody, Alabama
A huge man to plug up the middle of that d-line.

New York Giants (8-8) - Vladimir Ducasse, UMass
A stud guard and great value.

New England - from Tennessee (8-8) - Aaron Hernandez, Florida
What kind of draft would it be with the Pats not taking a TE.

Carolina (8-8) - Jevan Snead, Ole Miss
Delomne is gone and the Panthers need a signal caller.

San Francisco (8-8) - Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan
LeFevour is a great athlete and has been a stud in College. Might need time to develop though.

Kansas City - from Atlanta (9-7) - Nate Allen, South Florida
Ball hawk Safety for the Chiefs.

Houston (9-7) - Brandon Ghee, Wake Forest
Fills the hole from Robinson leaving.

Pittsburgh (9-7) - Brandon Spikes, Florida
Farrior is old. Spikes is a thumper who would instantly upgrade the ILB position.

New England* (10-6) - Lamarr Houston, Texas
Fills the hole Seymour left.

Cincinnati* (10-6) - Jamar Chaney, Mississippi State
Jones is old as dirt and Chaney is a freak of nature. Perfect replacement.

Philadelphia* (11-5) - Dexter McCluster, Ole Miss
Small RB with great hands. Sound familiar?

Green Bay* (11-5) - Alex Carrington, Arkansas State
Perfect 3-4 DE.

Baltimore* (9-7) - Reshad Jones, Georgia
Hard nosed safety and insurance with Reed speaking of retirement.

Arizona* (10-6) - Darrell Stuckey, Kansas
I know they traded for Rhodes but Stuckey is too good of a value.

Dallas* (11-5) - Carlton Mitchell, South Florida
Roy Williams has not lived up to expectations.

San Diego* (13-3) - Rob Gronkowski, Arizona
Gates isn't getting any younger.

New York Jets* (9-7) - Chad Jones, LSU
With Rhodes leaving Jones would fill a need.

Minnesota* (12-4) - John Skelton, Fordham
Whether Favre comes back or not the Vikes need a future QB. Skelton is a freak and would be nice to groom for a year or two.

Indianapolis* (14-2) - Morgan Burnett, Georgia Tech
Again fixes that secondary.

New Orleans* (13-3) - Maurkice Pouncey, Florida
A steal at the end of the second round.

Round 3

St. Louis (1-15) - Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech

Detroit (2-14) - Joe McKnight, USC

Tampa Bay (3-13) - Montario Hardesty, Tennessee

Kansas City (4-12) - Sean Lee, Penn State

Oakland (5-11) - Jared Veldheer, Hillsdale

Philadelphia - from Seattle (5-11) - Cam Thomas, North Carolina

Cleveland (5-11) - Koa Misi, Utah

Buffalo (6-10) - Linval Joseph, East Carolina

Miami (7-9) - Ricky Sapp, Clemson

Jacksonville (7-9) - Torrell Troup, Central Florida

Chicago (7-9) - Tony Washington, Abilene Christian

New York Giants (8-8) - Dennis Pitta, BYU

Tennessee (8-8) - J.D. Walton, Baylor

Carolina (8-8) - Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati

San Francisco (8-8) - Jason Fox, Miami

Denver (8-8) - Corey Wootton, Northwestern

Houston (9-7) - Andre Roberts, The Citadel

Pittsburgh (9-7) - Perrish Cox, Oklahoma State

Atlanta (9-7) - Mitch Petrus, Arkansas

Cincinnati* (10-6) - Jon Asamoah, Illinois

Oakland - from New England* (10-6) - Dekoda Watson, Florida State

Green Bay* (11-5) - Rodger Saffold, Indiana

Philadelphia* (11-5) - Dominique Franks, Oklahoma

Arizona* (9-7) - Jordan Shipley, Texas

Arizona* (10-6) - Pat Angerer, Iowa

Dallas* (11-5) - Ed Wang, Virginia Tech

San Diego* (13-3) - Marshall Newhouse, TCU

Cleveland - from New York Jets* (9-7) - John Jerry, Ole Miss

Minnesota* (12-4) - Chris Cook, Virginia

Indianapolis* (14-2) - John Jerry, Ole Miss

New Orleans* (13-3) - Eric Norwood, South Carolina

Round 4

St. Louis (1-15) - Geno Atkins, Georgia

Detroit (2-14) - Larry Asante, Nebraska Major

Tampa Bay (3-13) - Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, Washington

Kansas City (4-12) - Patrick Robinson, Florida State

Washington (4-12) - Tony Pike, Cincinnati

Seattle (5-11) - Aleric Mullins, UNC

Cleveland (5-11) - Anthony McCoy, US

Oakland (5-11) - Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, Indiana of Pennsylvania

Buffalo (6-10) - Greg Hardy, Ole Miss

Jacksonville (7-9) - A.J. Edds, Iowa

Chicago (7-9) - A.J. Jefferson, Fresno State

Miami (7-9) - Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State

Tennessee (8-8) - Austen Lane, Murray State

Carolina (8-8) - Willie Young, N.C. State

San Francisco (8-8) - James Starks, Buffalo

Denver (8-8) - Mike Johnson, Alabama

New York Giants (8-8) - Arthur Jones, Syracuse

Pittsburgh (9-7) - Tyson Alualu, California

Atlanta (9-7) - Navorro Bowman, Penn State

Houston (9-7) - Javier Arenas, Alabama

New England* (10-6) - Jason Worilds, Virginia Tech

Cincinnati* (10-6) - Taylor Price, Ohio

Philadelphia* (11-5) - Jimmy Graham, Miami

Green Bay* (11-5) - Donovan Warren, Michigan

New York Jets* (9-7) - Jay Ross, East Carolina

New York Jets* (10-6) - Darryl Sharpton, Miami

Dallas* (11-5) - Ed Dickson, Oregon

San Diego* (13-3) - Amari Spievey, Iowa

Philadelphia - from New York Jets* (9-7) - Roddrick Muckelroy, Texas

Minnesota* (12-4) - Rennie Curran, Georgia

Indianapolis* (14-2) - Keenan Clayton, Oklahoma

New Orleans* (13-3) - Wright, Florida

Round 5

St. Louis (1-15) - Perry Riley, LSU

Atlanta - from Detroit (2-14) - Tony Moeaki, Iowa

Cleveland - from Tampa Bay (3-13) - Riley Cooper, Florida

Washington (4-12) - Phillip Dillard, Nebraska

Kansas City (4-12) - Jeremy Williams, Tulane

Cleveland (5-11) - Rafael Priest, TCU

Oakland (5-11) - Jarrett Brown, West Virginia

Seattle (5-11) - Mike Neal, Purdue

Buffalo (6-10) - Sergio Render, Virginia Tech

Chicago (7-9) - Myron Rolle, SS, Florida State

Kansas City - from Miami (7-9) - D'Anthony Smith, Louisiana Tech

Jacksonville (7-9) - Sam Young, Notre Dame

Kansas City - from Carolina (8-8) - Patrick Stoudamire, Western Illinois

San Francisco (8-8) - Thomas Austin, Clemson

Cleveland - from Detroit via Denver (8-8) - Colt McCoy, Texas

New York Giants (8-8) - Matt Dodge, East Carolina

Tennessee (8-8) - Vince Oghobaase, Duke

Detroit - from Atlanta (9-7) - Kyle Calloway, Iowa

Houston (9-7) - Selvish Capers, West Virginia

Pittsburgh (9-7) - Robert Johnson, FS, Utah

Cincinnati* (10-6) - Myron Lewis, Vanderbilt

Tampa Bay - from New England* (10-6) - Aaron Pettrey, Ohio State

Green Bay* (11-5) - Colin Peek, Alabama

St. Louis - from Philadelphia* (11-5) - Alterraun Verner, UCLA

Baltimore* (9-7) - Brett Swenson, Michigan State

Baltimore - from Arizona* (10-6) - Josh Hull, Penn State

Oakland - from New England via Denver and Dallas* (11-5) - Kurt Coleman, S, Ohio State

San Diego* (13-3) - Kam Chancellor, S, Virginia Tech

Cleveland - from New York Jets* (9-7) - Brandon Carter, Texas Tech

Minnesota* (12-4) - Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State

Indianapolis* (14-2) - Chris Brown, Oklahoma

New York Jets - from Philadelphia via New Orleans* (13-3) - Jeremy Boone, Penn State

vidae
03-10-2010, 06:31 PM
Still a really bad KC draft.

redbills
03-10-2010, 06:34 PM
Don't like Trent as a LT even though he loked good at combine
lol, a power RB, lol
not in R3
Hardy a 34 OLB? Don't think so.
Render, meh

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StripedWalrus
03-10-2010, 06:36 PM
You made 2 mock drafts today and failed both times past round 1 with the Bengals.

SloppyJoe
03-10-2010, 06:40 PM
Please!!! i would really like to hear why you have Patrick Robinson in the forth round everytime you make a mock.

Still please a SS instead of a LB in the second....or Patrick Robinson ;)

coordinator0
03-10-2010, 06:41 PM
Pretty bad Ravens draft as well.

Abaddon
03-10-2010, 06:55 PM
Ya could have just hit the edit button on your other mock...

RealityCheck
03-10-2010, 06:57 PM
New England* (10-6) - Jerry Hughes, TCU
Instant upgrade at OLB. The Pats are old. They need to get young fast if they want to compete.

New England - from Jacksonville (7-9) - Brandon LaFell, LSU
With Moss gone after this year and Welker probably out this year a need.

New England - from Tennessee (8-8) - Aaron Hernandez, Florida
What kind of draft would it be with the Pats not taking a TE.

New England* (10-6) - Lamarr Houston, Texas
Fills the hole Seymour left.

New England* (10-6) - Jason Worilds, Virginia Tech

Solid draft. Would rather have Dickerson over Hernandez and Gilyard over LaFell. Like the value on Worilds.

TonyGfortheTD
03-10-2010, 06:58 PM
Wow, that Chiefs mock is god awful. I thought the whole purpose of the draft was to help teams?

zachsaints52
03-10-2010, 07:17 PM
New Orleans* (13-3) Kyle Wilson, Boise
An upgrade in the secondary.
Washington (4-12) - Brian Price, UCLA
Steal this point of the draft!

New Orleans* (13-3) - Maurkice Pouncey, Florida
A steal at the end of the second round.

New Orleans* (13-3) - Eric Norwood, South Carolina

New Orleans* (13-3) - Wright, Florida


If we pass on Brian Price for a 3rd or 4th CB I WILL do something mean to something that cant defend itself. Give us Price, and I would say this is a very.... very... solid draft for the Saints.

princefielder28
03-10-2010, 07:20 PM
I'd be happy with the Packers' draft

V.I.P
03-10-2010, 07:28 PM
Uh how can i say this nicely ??? This mock is pretty bad...

thebow305
03-10-2010, 07:31 PM
Take what I said to the other mock, and use it on this one.

Stranger
03-10-2010, 08:15 PM
Still a terrible Cards mock.

proshoota25
03-10-2010, 09:19 PM
kindle over hughes please.

vikes_28
03-10-2010, 09:28 PM
I'd be pretty upset if those were the vikings picks.

Don Vito
03-10-2010, 09:30 PM
kindle over hughes please.

Yeah I think Kindle would be a better fit for us but the position is dead on, I hope we take an OLB in the first. The rest of the draft you hit most of our needs, there are some players I'd prefer over others, but for a 5 rounder thats a pretty good job.

49erNation85
03-10-2010, 11:04 PM
Dan LeFevour, to 9ers with Tebow still there ? HELL NO , if Tebow is in the second and 9ers want a qb lets grab him . Specially I don't see Sneed going in the second at all more like 5th late 4th round on his part .just a fail IMO

prock
03-11-2010, 01:06 AM
I don't like Jared Odrick in the first, that is a reach. I don't like Skelton in the 2nd, that is a reach. LOVE the rest of the picks. good job on 5 rounds.

akvikefan89
03-11-2010, 01:45 AM
First 2 Vikings picks are pretty poor.

Give us Kyle Wilson and Maurkice Pouncey, and you'd be my hero.

TitanHope
03-11-2010, 06:34 AM
Tennessee (8-8) - Brandon Graham, Michigan
An instant pass rush nightmare for Manning.

Tennessee (8-8) - J.D. Walton, Baylor

Tennessee (8-8) - Austen Lane, Murray State

Tennessee (8-8) - Vince Oghobaase, Duke

Graham is an excellent pick.

J.D. Walton is no bueno. Good player, but selecting a OL early when it's not an immediate need isn't the Titans's style. And OL isn't an immediate need since they've re-signed Eugene Amano. Kevin Mawae did leave in FA, but Leroy Harris, the top backup and player they've been developing to take over for Mawae, will step in. They could take an inside OL late in the draft (7th RD), but that's it. Perrish Cox would be an amazing pick at that spot. CB is the #2 need, and Cox can also return kicks. Mardy Gilyard or Jordan Shipley would be good as well since a PR/KR is desperately needed, and he would improve the WR corps. Greg Hardy or Corey Wootton would be great value as well, and DE may need to be addressed twice if no vet DE is signed in FA.

Austen Lane is ok. Assuming CB is picked in the 3rd RD, this is a good pick. If CB isn't addressed, and PR/KR or DE is addressed, then this pick needs to be a CB. Amari Spievy would be excellent, and Javier Arenas would be a great pick as a CB/PR/KR pick.

Vince Oghobaase in the 5th RD is an absolutely amazing pick. He fits out scheme's NT role perfectly.

So yeah, ideally, things would go like this:

1st RD: Brandon Graham, DE, Michigan
3rd RD: Greg Hardy, DE, Ole Miss
4th RD: Javier Arenas, CB/PR/KR, Alabama
5th RD: Vince Oghobaase, DT, Duke

K Train
03-11-2010, 01:53 PM
i think i just came

HindSight
03-11-2010, 01:58 PM
kill me if the Raiders draft anywhere near this bad.

yes....I actually said that.

Jerry's World
03-11-2010, 04:14 PM
The Mccoy pick is good, but that is the only pick I like.

jCut
03-11-2010, 05:04 PM
Much better draft this time around. McClain is a very good pick, especially with the recent release of Andra Davis. Cody is a good pick, but not with Pouncey on the board. Center might be the biggest need we have. Wootton and Johnson are also fine, but Denver will likely address QB/WR early, and that's where I would see it happening. McClain/Pouncey/Pike/Cooper would be ideal.

FordFairlane
03-11-2010, 05:15 PM
Still a really bad KC draft.

Bruce Campbell, Maryland

Yes, a starting LT on a line that couldn't protect it's own mother. Horrible pick.

Kansas City (4-12) - Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma

A team that has no offense and just lost one of the greatest TE's ever gets the best TE in the draft in round two. Again horrible pick.

Kansas City - from Atlanta (9-7) - Nate Allen, South Florida

A ballhawk who can play FS or SS. Yeah, couldn't use any secondary help as the 22nd ranked pass defense!

Kansas City (4-12) - Sean Lee, Penn State

Yeah, Mike Vrabel is the ageless wonder. And can't use someone who can tackle on the 31st ranked run defense.

Kansas City (4-12) - Patrick Robinson, Florida State

Again can't improve on the 22nd ranked pass defense.

Kansas City (4-12) - Jeremy Williams, Tulane

The chiefs could not use a young receiver to develop next to Bowe.

Kansas City - from Miami (7-9) - D'Anthony Smith, Louisiana Tech
Nope nope nope don't need any help on defense. My bad.

Horrible draft. Didn't fill a single need.

BaLLiN
03-11-2010, 05:49 PM
1. Sean Weatherspoon OLB
2. **Brandon Spikes MLB**
3. **Geno Atkins UT**
4. **Arthur Jones NT**
5. **Matt Tennant C/OG**

The way things turned out this is possible according to your draft. This would help a ****load. JIZZ IN MAH PANTS

TonyGfortheTD
03-11-2010, 07:18 PM
Bruce Campbell, Maryland

Yes, a starting LT on a line that couldn't protect it's own mother. Horrible pick.

Kansas City (4-12) - Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma

A team that has no offense and just lost one of the greatest TE's ever gets the best TE in the draft in round two. Again horrible pick.

Kansas City - from Atlanta (9-7) - Nate Allen, South Florida

A ballhawk who can play FS or SS. Yeah, couldn't use any secondary help as the 22nd ranked pass defense!

Kansas City (4-12) - Sean Lee, Penn State

Yeah, Mike Vrabel is the ageless wonder. And can't use someone who can tackle on the 31st ranked run defense.

Kansas City (4-12) - Patrick Robinson, Florida State

Again can't improve on the 22nd ranked pass defense.

Kansas City (4-12) - Jeremy Williams, Tulane

The chiefs could not use a young receiver to develop next to Bowe.

Kansas City - from Miami (7-9) - D'Anthony Smith, Louisiana Tech
Nope nope nope don't need any help on defense. My bad.

Horrible draft. Didn't fill a single need.

It's not exactly the position itself, it's who you chose at 5. The Chiefs absolutely will not buy into the hype upside Campbell has.

Instead of taking time to write a novel to bash us, use it to do some research instead.

Before you made this post, we assumed you have no idea what you were doing. That post made it specifically clear you don't have one. WTG

vidae
03-11-2010, 07:21 PM
Bruce Campbell, Maryland

Yes, a starting LT on a line that couldn't protect it's own mother. Horrible pick.

Kansas City (4-12) - Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma

A team that has no offense and just lost one of the greatest TE's ever gets the best TE in the draft in round two. Again horrible pick.

Kansas City - from Atlanta (9-7) - Nate Allen, South Florida

A ballhawk who can play FS or SS. Yeah, couldn't use any secondary help as the 22nd ranked pass defense!

Kansas City (4-12) - Sean Lee, Penn State

Yeah, Mike Vrabel is the ageless wonder. And can't use someone who can tackle on the 31st ranked run defense.

Kansas City (4-12) - Patrick Robinson, Florida State

Again can't improve on the 22nd ranked pass defense.

Kansas City (4-12) - Jeremy Williams, Tulane

The chiefs could not use a young receiver to develop next to Bowe.

Kansas City - from Miami (7-9) - D'Anthony Smith, Louisiana Tech
Nope nope nope don't need any help on defense. My bad.

Horrible draft. Didn't fill a single need.

Bruce Campbell at 5th overall is quite possibly the worst KC pick I've ever seen in any mock, ever. That starts it off just horribly.

Gresham is ok, Nate Allen is ok, Sean Lee is ok.. the rest of the picks are either uninformed or not a position of need.

Still a pretty bad KC draft.

killxswitch
03-12-2010, 10:02 AM
Good effort with 5 rounds but the Colts are not going to draft 2 DBs in the 1st two rounds.

FordFairlane
03-13-2010, 01:00 PM
Yes, the Chiefs have never bought into a hyped player. Like Glenn Dorsey. :)

phlysac
03-13-2010, 02:01 PM
San Francisco (8-8) - Joe Haden, Florida
CB might not be a huge need but with Clements and Haden teams would be hard pressed to pass.
Haden might be the pick but Clements is the 49ers #2 or #3 CB. Their #1 CB is Shawntae Spencer.


San Francisco - from Carolina (8-8) - Bryan Bulaga, Iowa
9ers get a stud LT.
The 49ers have their "stud LT" in Joe Staley. Bulaga would fill a huge need at RT.


San Francisco (8-8) - Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan
LeFevour is a great athlete and has been a stud in College. Might need time to develop though.
The 49ers won't add another spread-option project at QB. It has taken time to see progress of Alex Smith and they just drafted Nate Davis last season. With the recent signing of David Carr, I don't feel the 49ers will add another QB to the roster as anything but a camp arm.


San Francisco (8-8) - Jason Fox, Miami
With the addition of Bulaga in the 1st round, it would be idiotic for the 49ers to use such a high pick on a back-up RT.


San Francisco (8-8) - James Starks, Buffalo
Possible but unlikely. I feel that if they add a RB he will either be a huge, bruising runner or a shifty "change-of-pace" back that will help in the return game.


San Francisco (8-8) - Thomas Austin, Clemson

This type of player is likely. Versatile interior O-lineman that provides depth at both Guard and Center. Still unclear as to what teams feel about Austin as a pro prospect.

T-RICH49
03-23-2010, 09:48 PM
Yes, the Chiefs have never bought into a hyped player. Like Glenn Dorsey. :)

Dorsey produced in college...Campbell sucks...BIG difference.go lear n our draft needs before the next time you post a draft