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fed36
03-17-2010, 01:51 AM
THis is my alternate version, as in alternater reality. I have said before, and I firmly believe that neither QB gets drafted in the top five slots. No need to risk that much guaranteed money on a rookie QB, since next year there will probably be no more of these inflated first round rookie contracts.

That being said, others don't believe as firmly as I do that they will both fall, and that is what makes this country great. the fact that we can respect the fact that we disagree. but i digress. Here is how I think the draft will fall if indeed Bradford went #1 overall.

First Round
1) St Louis Rams Sam Bradford, QB Oklahoma
2) Detroit Lions Ndamukong Suh, DT Nebraska
3) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Gerald McCoy, DT Oklahoma
4) Washington Redskins Russell Okung, OT Oklahoma State
5) Kansas City Chiefs Eric Berry, S Tennessee
6) Seattle Seahawks Dez Bryant, WR Oklahoma State
7) Cleveland Browns Joe Haden, CB Florida
8) Oakland Raiders Bryan Bulaga, OT Iowa
9) Buffalo Bills Anthony Davis, OT Rutgers
10) Denver Broncos Rolando McClain, ILB Alabama
11) Jacksonville Jaguars Mike Iupati, OG Idaho
12) Miami Dolphins Sergio Kindle, OLB Texas
13) San Francisco 49ers Trent Williams, OT Oklahoma
14) Seattle Seahawks Jimmy Clausen, QB Notre Dame
15) New York Giants Sean Weatherspoon, OLB Missouri
16) Tennessee Titans Jason Pierre-Paul, DE South Florida
17) San Francisco 49ers Taylor Mays, S USC
18) Pittsburgh Steelers Derrick Morgan, DE Georgia Tech
19) Atlanta Falcons Brandon Graham, DE Michigan
20) Houston Texans CJ Spiller, RB Clemson
21) Cincinnati Bengals Jermaine Gresham, TE Oklahoma
22) New England Patriots Earl Thomas, S Texas
23) Green Bay Packers Kyle Wilson, CB Boise State
24) Philadelphia Eagles Carlos Dunlap, DE Florida
25) Baltimore Ravens Patrick Robinson, CB Florida State
26) Arizona Cardinals Maurkice Pouncey, C Florida
27) Dallas Cowboys Golden Tate, WR Notre Dame
28) San Diego Chargers Dan Williams, DT Tennessee
29) New York Jets Jerry Hughes, DE/OLB Texas Christian
30) Minnesota Vikings Jahvid Best, RB California
31) Indianapolis Colts Vladimir Ducasse, OT Massachusetts
32) New Orleans Saints Jared Odrick, DT Penn State

Second Round
33) St. Louis Rams Everson Griffen, DE USC
34) Detroit Lions Devin McCourty, CB Rutgers
35) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Corey Wooten, DE Northwestern
36) Kansas City Chiefs Terrence Cody, DT Alabama
37) Washington Redskins Tim Tebow, QB Florida
38) Cleveland Browns Eric Norwood, OLB South Carolina
39) Oakland Raiders Brian Price, DT UCLA
40) Seattle Seahawks Arrelious Benn, WR Illinois
41) Buffalo Bills Koa Misi, DE/OLB Utah
42) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Brandon LaFell, WR LSU
43) Miami Dolphins Demaryius Thomas, WR Georgia Tech
44) New England Patriots Rob Gronkowski, TE Arizona
45) Denver Broncos JD Walton, C Baylor
46) New York Giants Brandon Spikes, ILB Florida
47) New England Patriots Daryl Washington, ILB Texas Christian
48) Carolina Panthers Ricky Sapp, DE Clemson
49) San Francisco 49ers Damian Williams, WR USC
50) Kansas City Chiefs Bruce Campbell, OT Maryland
51) Houston Texans Kareem Jackson, CB Alabama
52) Pittsburgh Steelers Lamarr Houston, DT Texas
53) New England Patriots Mardy Gilyard, WR Cincinnati
54) Cincinnati Bengals Chad Jones, S LSU
55) Philadelphia Eagles Nate Allen, S South Florida
56) Green Bay Packers Charles Brown, OT USC
57) Baltimore Ravens Jermaine Cunningham, DE/OLB Florida
58) Arizona Cardinals Sean Lee, ILB Penn State
59) Dallas Cowboys Jason Fox, OT Miami
60) San Diego Chargers Ryan Mathews, RB Fresno State
61) New York Jets Rodger Saffold, OG Indiana
62) Minnesota Vikings Jerome Murphy, CB South Florida
63) Indianapolis Colts Tyson Alualu, DT California
64) New Orleans Saints Navorro Bowman, OLB Penn State

THIRD ROUND
65) St. Louis Rams Jonathan Dwyer, RB Georgia Tech
66) Detroit Lions Toby Gerhart, RB Stanford
67) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Joe McKnight, RB USC
68) Kansas City Chiefs Aaron Hernandez, TE Florida
69) Oakland Raiders Colt McCoy, QB Texas
70) Philadelphia Eagles Perrish Cox, CB Oklahoma State
71) Cleveland Browns Major Wright, S Florida
72) Buffalo Bills Cam Thomas, DT North Carolina
73) Miami Dolphins Arthur Jones, DT Syracuse
74) Jacksonville Jaguars Brandon Ghee, CB Wake Forest
75) Chicago Bears Jared Veldheer, OT Hillsdale
76) New York Giants Dominique Franks, CB Oklahoma
77) Tennessee Titans Amari Spievey, CB Iowa
78) Carolina Panthers Eric Decker, WR Minnesota
79) San Francisco 49ers Andre Roberts, WR The Citadel
80) Denver Broncos Chris Cook, CB Virginia
81) Houston Texans Morgan Burnett, S Georgia Tech
82) Pittsburgh Steelers Dexter McCluster, RB Ole Miss
83) Atlanta Falcons Thaddeus Gibson, OLB Ohio State
84) Cincinnati Bengals Geno Atkins, DT Georgia
85) Oakland Raiders Donald Butler, ILB Washington
86) Green Bay Packers Montario Hardesty, RB Tennessee
87) Philadelphia Eagles - Rennie Curran, OLB Georgia
88) Arizona Cardinals Ed Dickson, TE Oregon
89) Arizona Cardinals Riley Cooper, WR Florida
90) Dallas Cowboys Alex Carrington, DE Arkansas State
91) San Diego Chargers Selvish Capers, OT West Virginia
92) Cleveland Browns Anthony McCoy, TE USC
93) Minnesota Vikings Jimmy Graham, TE Miami
94) Indianapolis Colts Javier Arenas, CB Alabama
95) New Orleans Saints Jason Worilds, DE Virginia Tech

KCJ58
03-17-2010, 02:15 AM
Jonathan Dwyer is round 3 to the Rams

No, give us Hernandez

RaiderNation
03-17-2010, 02:25 AM
Give us Cox with the first 3rd and you would probably have a perfect raiders draft


EDIT: We traded our first 3rd for Kamerion Wimbley

Matthew Jones
03-17-2010, 02:52 AM
Earl Thomas will not be the pick in round one. The Patriots have a stud safety in Brandon Meriweather and they just used their top pick in last year's draft on Patrick Chung, who I'm assuming they see as a future starter in the other safety spot. They also got some decent play out of Brandon McGowan and James Sanders signed a three-year deal last year. Safety is the deepest spot on the roster. I'm not one to advocate Jared Odrick but in that situation I think he'd probably be the pick, although if those were the guys on the board at #22, New England would pretty much be forced to make an average pick.

I like Gronkowski in the second round, but I'm not a fan of the other two picks. I'd prefer Ricky Sapp over Daryl Washington strictly from a value perspective, and because I think outside linebacker is a bigger need than inside. They might opt for someone a little bigger than Sapp but I'm really hoping they grab some pass rushers in this draft. Gilyard, I don't see there. I just think he might be a little bit of a reach for the Patriots. Their need for a wide receiver is a little overblown. They might be spread a little thin until Welker returns but I think they can make it work with Moss, Edelman, and Tate. A cornerback might be a good pick there, or one of the running backs that fell maybe.

Scotty D
03-17-2010, 04:03 AM
A+ Lions draft. I'm a big fan of Suh, McCourty, and Gerhart.

stl9erfan
03-17-2010, 04:51 AM
I highly doubt the Niners would take two receivers in the first three rounds. It's just not that much of a need. One makes sense if he can stretch the field/help out as a returner.

DiG
03-17-2010, 06:36 AM
tebow?!! noooooo. please give spikes, saffold, charles brown, price, anyone!

Addict
03-17-2010, 06:58 AM
A+ Lions draft. I'm a big fan of Suh, McCourty, and Gerhart.

Agreed.

Vikes drafting Best in the first is kind of weird though.

zachsaints52
03-17-2010, 08:23 AM
Jared Odrick over Brian Price is a fail to me.

Grizzlegom
03-17-2010, 08:29 AM
Kindle and Thomas are good. Jones doesn't really make sense though as we have 3 starting caliber 3-4 DEs already.

SloppyJoe
03-17-2010, 09:10 AM
i'm not a bif gan of that Bucs draft...

McCoy is always good

Wooten is more of a LE for me, we draftet ojur LE last year in the forth round. We have to see what Kyle Moore can do befoer drafting another one.
Give us Benn instead.

No need for LaFell with Benn draftet (i'm also noit a really big fan of LaFell)
Give us Kareem Jackson intead.

We have no need for a mid round RB. We have 3 of those guys on our roster.
Im a huge fan of Jason Worilds. i would take him in the third

GoRavens
03-17-2010, 09:15 AM
that ravens mock is sooooooooo bad

rockio42
03-17-2010, 09:17 AM
Jonathan Dwyer is round 3 to the Rams

No, give us Hernandez

Also Eric Decker would be another option with that 3rd...2nd rounder is good

Dam8610
03-17-2010, 09:25 AM
An infinitely better Colts mock, using players you have available at their picks:

31) OT Bruce Campbell
63) S Morgan Burnett
94) OG/OT John Jerry

Ideally there'd be a better selection of DEs available at one of these 3 picks.

Poz51
03-17-2010, 09:41 AM
9) Buffalo Bills Anthony Davis, OT Rutgers
14) Seattle Seahawks Jimmy Clausen, QB Notre Dame

41) Buffalo Bills Koa Misi, DE/OLB Utah
50) Kansas City Chiefs Bruce Campbell, OT Maryland
61) New York Jets Rodger Saffold, OG Indiana
75) Chicago Bears Jared Veldheer, OT Hillsdale

72) Buffalo Bills Cam Thomas, DT North Carolina


Not bad with the way it is for the Bills; Davis, Misi, and Thomas would fill holes, Misi is a bit of a reach IMO, but has talent worthy of the pick, and Thomas has third round value IMO, so it is not bad.
I would prefer Clausen in the first, Veldheer, Staffold, or Campbell (probably in that order) at left tackle (yes IMO Staffold could play LT) in the second, and then go with with Thomas or Decker as a #2 reciever/Andre Roberts-Dexter McCluster as a slot reciever in the third. That would be a better Bills mock IMO...

EdReedUnstoppable
03-17-2010, 10:03 AM
This is actually not a bad Ravens mock sure the 2nd rd pick could be better, but if we don't get Kyle Wilson then Patrick Robinson is the next best option for us at CB.

coordinator0
03-17-2010, 10:19 AM
Those are pretty disgusting Baltimore picks. We don't need another Fabian Washington aka Patrick Robinson, and we definitely don't need a DE/OLB with us looking to move to a 4-3. Yuck yuck yuck.

scar988
03-17-2010, 10:51 AM
good Falcons first rounder. horrible Falcons 3rd rounder. we don't run a 3-4 and Gibson only fits at OLB in the 3-4. we get an OLB that fits our cover 2 here.

FlyingElvis
03-17-2010, 11:15 AM
Earl Thomas will not be the pick in round one. The Patriots have a stud safety in Brandon Meriweather and they just used their top pick in last year's draft on Patrick Chung, who I'm assuming they see as a future starter in the other safety spot. They also got some decent play out of Brandon McGowan and James Sanders signed a three-year deal last year. Safety is the deepest spot on the roster. I'm not one to advocate Jared Odrick but in that situation I think he'd probably be the pick, although if those were the guys on the board at #22, New England would pretty much be forced to make an average pick.

I like Gronkowski in the second round, but I'm not a fan of the other two picks. I'd prefer Ricky Sapp over Daryl Washington strictly from a value perspective, and because I think outside linebacker is a bigger need than inside. They might opt for someone a little bigger than Sapp but I'm really hoping they grab some pass rushers in this draft. Gilyard, I don't see there. I just think he might be a little bit of a reach for the Patriots. Their need for a wide receiver is a little overblown. They might be spread a little thin until Welker returns but I think they can make it work with Moss, Edelman, and Tate. A cornerback might be a good pick there, or one of the running backs that fell maybe.

I concur.

Based on your selections the best 1st round choices would be Pouncey, Odrick or Hughes.

Gronkowski in the 2nd round is great but the other two picks would be best if it were some combination of Sapp / Bruce Campbell followed by Matthews / Saffold depending on the 1st round choice.

PhysicalwithanF
03-17-2010, 11:46 AM
Taylor Mays makes me a sad panda

prock
03-17-2010, 02:44 PM
This is a **** show of a mock for the Vikes.

Caddy
03-17-2010, 02:46 PM
Demaryius Thomas over Lafell

and

Ghee/Cox over McKnight and you have one hell of a draft.

Splat
03-17-2010, 03:11 PM
I could live with that Chiefs draft.

BaLLiN
03-17-2010, 03:14 PM
Geno Atkins in the third for the giants and i JIZZ IN MY PANTS

hawkeye123
03-17-2010, 03:42 PM
C- niner draft.

Taylor mays = fail for niners. Two recievers in 2nd and 3rd?

Pitt
03-17-2010, 03:55 PM
First two Steelers picks are recycle bin + delete.

jCut
03-17-2010, 05:01 PM
Nice Denver draft. I like the Cook pick, as he has the size to match up with some of the bigger AFC West wideouts. Good job.

Patriots_QB_12
03-17-2010, 05:09 PM
Not a good Pats draft, but it seems thats already been covered. Earl Thomas will not go to the Patriots. Neither will Washington.

K Train
03-17-2010, 05:13 PM
derrick morgan and houston? i didnt get the full time switch to a 43 memo

thebow305
03-17-2010, 05:55 PM
The first 2 rounds for the Phins are great, but Jones doesn't fit in the 3-4 at all, so give us Jimmy Graham or Jeff Owens there instead

hagy34
03-17-2010, 11:54 PM
Yikes....I'm not sure about this one. I think Best could be interesting but the other two aren't very good.

Rosebud
03-18-2010, 01:37 AM
So we draft a backup nickelback and spend two picks on LBs to battle Sintim and Goff for the honors of getting run over by offensive guards because our only good Tackle is Chris Canty.

Abaddon
03-18-2010, 08:48 AM
Give us Cox with the first 3rd and you would probably have a perfect raiders draft


EDIT: We traded our first 3rd for Kamerion Wimbley

The second 3rd, not the first.

Abaddon
03-18-2010, 08:51 AM
Monster Oakland draft until Rd3. I like Colt McCoy, personally. But Oakland won't draft another QB with Russell still on the roster.

proshoota25
03-18-2010, 02:56 PM
Earl Thomas will not be the pick in round one. The Patriots have a stud safety in Brandon Meriweather and they just used their top pick in last year's draft on Patrick Chung, who I'm assuming they see as a future starter in the other safety spot. They also got some decent play out of Brandon McGowan and James Sanders signed a three-year deal last year. Safety is the deepest spot on the roster. I'm not one to advocate Jared Odrick but in that situation I think he'd probably be the pick, although if those were the guys on the board at #22, New England would pretty much be forced to make an average pick.

I like Gronkowski in the second round, but I'm not a fan of the other two picks. I'd prefer Ricky Sapp over Daryl Washington strictly from a value perspective, and because I think outside linebacker is a bigger need than inside. They might opt for someone a little bigger than Sapp but I'm really hoping they grab some pass rushers in this draft. Gilyard, I don't see there. I just think he might be a little bit of a reach for the Patriots. Their need for a wide receiver is a little overblown. They might be spread a little thin until Welker returns but I think they can make it work with Moss, Edelman, and Tate. A cornerback might be a good pick there, or one of the running backs that fell maybe.

agree with ROP

RochesterRox19
03-18-2010, 08:39 PM
If the Bills don't take a QB in the first 3 rounds and go into the year with Trent Edwards, Ryan Fitzpatrick, and Brian Brohm; i'm gonna get alcohol poisoning.

That being said, please revise ya schmagagy.

Bengals78
03-18-2010, 08:48 PM
If we pass on Earl Thomas I will surrender my self to the authorities as a danger to the Bengals FO and the public in general