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thebow305
03-17-2010, 12:12 PM
Happy St. Patrick's Day Everyone! Here's my newest 4-rounder to celebrate!! Enjoy! :)


First Round:

1. St. Louis Rams - Sam Bradford, Quarterback, Oklahoma
2. Detroit Lions - Russell Okung, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma State
3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Gerald McCoy, Defensive Tackle, Oklahoma
4. Washington Redskins - Jimmy Clausen, Quarterback, Notre Dame
5. Kansas City Chiefs - Ndamukong Suh, Defensive Tackle, Nebraska
6. Seattle Seahawks - Bryan Bulaga, Offensive Tackle, Iowa
7. Cleveland Browns - Eric Berry, Safety, Tennessee
8. Oakland Raiders - Bruce Campbell, Offensive Tackle, Maryland
9. Buffalo Bills - Trent Williams, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma
10. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jason Pierre-Paul, Defensive End, South Florida
11. Denver Broncos - Rolando McClain, Linebacker, Alabama
12. Miami Dolphins - Dez Bryant, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma State
13. San Francisco 49ers - Joe Haden, Cornerback, Florida
14. Seattle Seahawks - Taylor Mays, Safety, Southern California
15. New York Giants - Dan Williams, Defensive Tackle, Tennessee
16. Tennessee Titans - Derrick Morgan, Defensive End, Georgia Tech
17. San Francisco 49ers - Anthony Davis, Offensive Tackle, Rutgers
18. Pittsburgh Steelers - C.J. Spiller, Running Back, Clemson
19. Atlanta Falcons - Sean Weatherspoon, Linebacker, Missouri
20. Houston Texans - Ryan Mathews, Running Back, Fresno State
21. Cincinnati Bengals - Earl Thomas, Safety, Texas
22. New England Patriots - Jermaine Gresham, Tight End, Oklahoma
23. Green Bay Packers - Charles Brown, Offensive Tackle, Southern California
24. Philadelphia Eagles - Maurkice Pouncey, Offensive Center, Florida
25. Baltimore Ravens - Kyle Wilson, Cornerback, Boise State
26. Arizona Cardinals - Brandon Graham, Defensive End, Michigan
27. Dallas Cowboys - Mike Iupati, Offensive Guard, Idaho
28. San Diego Chargers - Terrence Cody, Defensive Tackle, Alabama
29. New York Jets - Demaryius Thomas, Wide Receiver, Georgia Tech
30. Minnesota Vikings - Devin McCourty, Cornerback, Rutgers
31. Indianapolis Colts - Everson Griffen, Defensive End, Southern California
32. New Orleans Saints - Jared Odrick, Defensive Tackle, Penn State

2nd Round:

33. St. Louis Rams - Arrelious Benn, Wide Receiver, Illinois
34. Detroit Lions - Brian Price, Defensive Tackle, UCLA
35. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Carlos Dunlap, Defensive End, Florida
36. Kansas City Chiefs - Jerry Hughes, Defensive End, Texas Christian
37. Washington Redskins - Rodger Saffold, Offensive Tackle, Indiana
38. Cleveland Browns - Golden Tate, Wide Receiver, Notre Dame
39. Oakland Raiders - Lamarr Houston, Defensive Tackle, Texas
40. Seattle Seahawks - Toby Gerhart, Running Back, Stanford
41. Buffalo Bills - Brandon LaFell, Wide Receiver, Louisiana State
42. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Damian Williams, Wide Receiver, Southern California
43. Miami Dolphins - Reshad Jones, Safety, Georgia
44. New England Patriots - Koa Misi, Defensive End, Utah
45. Denver Broncos - J.D. Walton, Offensive Center, Baylor
46. New York Giants - Patrick Robinson, Cornerback, Florida State
47. New England Patriots - Tyson Alualu, Defensive End, California
48. Carolina Panthers - Mardy Gilyard, Wide Receiver, Cincinnati
49. San Francisco 49ers - Morgan Burnett, Safety, Georgia Tech
50. Kansas City Chiefs - Brandon Spikes, Linebacker, Florida
51. Houston Texans - Perrish Cox, Cornerback, Oklahoma State
52. Pittsburgh Steelers - Kareem Jackson, Cornerback, Alabama
53. New England Patriots - Jahvid Best, Running Back, California
54. Cincinnati Bengals - Rob Gronkowski, Tight End, Arizona
55. Philadelphia Eagles - Daryl Washington, Linebacker, Texas Christian
56. Green Bay Packers - Domonique Franks, Cornerback, Oklahoma
57. Baltimore Ravens - Dennis Pitta, Tight End, Brigham Young
58. Arizona Cardinals - Vladimir Ducasse, Offensive Tackle, Massachusetts
59. Dallas Cowboys - Alex Carrington, Defensive End, San Diego State
60. San Diego Chargers - Jonathan Dwyer, Running Back, Georgia Tech
61. New York Jets - Corey Wootton, Defensive End, Northwestern
62. Minnesota Vikings - Colt McCoy, Quarterback, Texas
63. Indianapolis Colts - Selvish Capers, Offensive Tackle, West Virginia
64. New Orleans Saints - Navorro Bowman, Linebacker, Penn State

3rd Round:

65. St. Louis Rams - Arthur Jones, Defensive Tackle, Syracuse
66. Detroit Lions - Ben Tate, Running Back, Aburn
67. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Jason Worilds, Defensive End, Virginia Tech
68. Kansas City Chiefs - Andre Roberts, Wide Receiver, The Citadel
69. Oakland Raiders - Chris Cook, Cornerback, Virginia
70. Philadelphia Eagles - Nate Allen, Safety, South Florida
71. Cleveland Browns - Tim Tebow, Quarterback, Florida
72. Buffalo Bills - Tony Pike, Quarterback, Cincinnati
73. Miami Dolphins - Ricky Sapp, Defensive End, Clemson
74. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jerome Murphy, Cornerback, South Florida
75. Chicago Bears - John Jerry, Offensive Guard/Tackle, Mississippi
76. New York Giants - Sean Lee, Linebacker, Penn State
77. Tennessee Titans - Brandon Ghee, Cornerback, Wake Forest
78. Carolina Panthers - John Skelton, Quarterback, Fordham
79. San Francisco 49ers - Dexter McCluster, Running Back, Mississippi
80. Denver Broncos - Cam Thomas, Defensive Tackle, North Carolina
81. Houston Texans - Geno Atkins, Defensive Tackle, Georgia
82. Pittsburgh Steelers - Ciron Black, Offensive Tackle, Louisiana State
83. Atlanta Falcons - Greg Hardy, Defensive End, Mississippi
84. Cincinnati Bengals - D'Anthony Smith, Defensive Tackle, Louisiana Tech
85. Oakland Raiders - Thaddeus Gibson, Defensive End, Ohio State
86. Green Bay Packers - Joe McKnight, Running Back, Southern California
87. Philadelphia Eagles - Tony Washington, Offensive Tackle, Abilene Christian
88. Arizona Cardinals - Donovan Warren, Cornerback, Michigan
89. Arizona Cardinals - Jimmy Graham, Tight End, Miami (Fla.)
90. Dallas Cowboys - Kam Chancellor, Safety, Virginia Tech
91. San Diego Chargers - Jared Veldheer, Offensive Tackle, Hillsdale
92. Cleveland Browns - Eric Norwood, Linebacker, South Carolina
93. Minnesota Vikings - Major Wright, Safety, Florida
94. Indianapolis Colts - Roddrick Muckelroy, Linebacker, Texas
95. New Orleans Saints - Matt Tennant, Offensive Center, Boston College

4th Round:

96. St. Louis Rams - Anthony McCoy, Tight End, Southern California
97. Detroit Lions - Willie Young, Defensive End, North Carolina State
98. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Dezmon Briscoe, Wide Receiver, Kansas
99. Kansas City Chiefs - Donald Butler, Linebacker, Washington
100. Washington Redskins - Darrell Stuckey, Safety, Kansas
101. Seattle Seahawks - George Selvie, Defensive End, South Florida
102. Cleveland Browns - Syd'Quan Thompson, Cornerback, California
103. Oakland Raiders - Jacoby Ford, Wide Receiver, Clemson
104. Buffalo Bills - Linval Joseph, Defensive Tackle, Eastern Carolina
105. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jevan Snead, Quarterback, Mississippi
106. Chicago Bears - Lindsey Witten, Defensive End, Connecticut
107. Miami Dolphins - Jeff Owens, Defensive Tackle, Georgia
108. Tennessee Titans - Dekoda Watson, Linebacker, Florida State
109. Carolina Panthers - Dorin Dickerson, Tight End, Pittsburgh
110. San Francisco 49ers - Brandon Lang, Defensive End, Troy
111. Denver Broncos - Brandon Deaderick, Defensive End, Alabama
112. New York Giants - Myron Rolle, Safety, Florida State
113. Pittsburgh Steelers - A.J. Edds, Linebacker, Iowa
114. Atlanta Falcons - Javier Arenas, Cornerback, Alabama
115. Houston Texans - Kendrick Lewis, Safety, Mississippi
116. New England Patriots - Donald Butler, Linebacker, Washington
117. Cincinnati Bengals - Jon Asamoah, Offensive Guard, Illinois
118. Philadelphia Eagles - LeGarrette Blount, Running Back, Oregon
119. Green Bay Packers - Larry Asante, Safety, Nebraska
120. Arizona Cardinals - C.J. Wilson, Defensive End, Eastern Carolina
121. Arizona Cardinals - Jamar Chaney, Linebacker, Mississippi State
122. Dallas Cowboys - Boo Robinson, Defensive Tackle, Wake Forest
123. San Diego Chargers - Mike Johnson, Offensive Guard, Alabama
124. Philadelphia Eagles - Mike Neal, Defensive Tackle, Purdue
125. Minnesota Vikings - Torrell Troup, Defensive Tackle, Central Florida
126. Indianapolis Colts - Vince Oghobaase, Defensive Tackle, Duke
127. New Orleans Saints - Aaron Hernandez, Tight End, Florida

brat316
03-17-2010, 12:13 PM
damn 4 rounder.

zachsaints52
03-17-2010, 12:15 PM
Still a fail with Odrick over Price to me.

brat316
03-17-2010, 12:16 PM
Would be a great draft for the Steelers if the offensive line didn't blow. I don't think Black could be a OT.

Other than that it would be an awesome draft, if the Steelers Oline wasn't a concern.

scar988
03-17-2010, 12:17 PM
19. Atlanta Falcons - Sean Weatherspoon, Linebacker, Missouri
great pick
83. Atlanta Falcons - Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, Cornerback, Indiana (Pa.)
HORRIBLE PICK. we have ZERO need for a CB with Dunta Robinson coming in. we have an actual need at DE that will be addressed.
114. Atlanta Falcons - Javier Arenas, Cornerback, Alabama
We don't even need one Corner, yet you have us taking 2 CB's? horrible pick here too.

please actually learn the Falcons real needs before you attempt to make another draft.

(DE, OLB first tier. WR, TE, OT, C second Tier)

FlyingElvis
03-17-2010, 12:32 PM
Happy St. Patrick's Day Everyone! Here's my newest 4-rounder to celebrate!! Enjoy! :)

22. New England Patriots - Jermaine Gresham, Tight End, Oklahoma

44. New England Patriots - Koa Misi, Defensive End, Utah

47. New England Patriots - Tyson Alualu, Defensive End, California

53. New England Patriots - Jahvid Best, Running Back, California

116. New England Patriots - Donald Butler, Linebacker, Washington


Solid Pats draft.

Maybe Asamoah instead of Butler, as the need at RG is bordering on epic.
My personal opinion: I will cry if NE passes on Graham @ 22. There are other TEs that would be good for the Pats later and, as much as I like Misi, I would rather have a proven all around beast like Graham at OLB.

Graham @ 22 and Gronkowski instead of Best. Keep Misi & Alualu or swap Walton in for Misi since Koppen is declining quick. Then in round 4 Blount could fill a potential need at HB. Honestly, in the 4th I'd say Montario Hardesty but I'm guessing you omitted him accidentally, rather than intentionally.


Happy St. Patrick's Day to you as well!

thebow305
03-17-2010, 12:41 PM
great pick

HORRIBLE PICK. we have ZERO need for a CB with Dunta Robinson coming in. we have an actual need at DE that will be addressed.

We don't even need one Corner, yet you have us taking 2 CB's? horrible pick here too.

please actually learn the Falcons real needs before you attempt to make another draft.

(DE, OLB first tier. WR, TE, OT, C second Tier)

Had the Falcons picks already done and forgot to change them. I will fix it, step away from the ledge.

zachsaints52
03-17-2010, 12:49 PM
Oh yeah, didn't address the Saints need for a starting DE, give us Selvie in the 3rd please.

Razor
03-17-2010, 12:58 PM
Give the Patriots Kindle instead of Misi and It's s good draft. Nice work other than that.

Trogdor
03-17-2010, 01:16 PM
27. Dallas Cowboys - Mike Iupati, Offensive Guard, Idaho
Perfect fit. Need + Value.

59. Dallas Cowboys - Alex Carrington, Defensive End, San Diego State
Definitely not the pick here. Nate Allen has impressed the Cowboys and if available he'll be the pick and the eventual replacement for their weak point in their defense (FS-Hamlin).

90. Dallas Cowboys - Kam Chancellor, Safety, Virginia Tech
Not sold on Chancellor as a FS. Currently we have Sensabaugh and his eventual replacement Michael Hamlin, who was progressing nicely last year before his injury at SS, which is probably Chancellors best position. With Nate Allen in the second this would allow the Cowboys to preferably target their future tackle (left or right) in Veldheer OR target a WR/specialist in Jacoby Ford.

122. Dallas Cowboys - Boo Robinson, Defensive Tackle, Wake Forest
Not a bad pick in terms of position (DE) but Robinson is a reach here. Depending on what shook out in round 3 Jason Fox slipping this far into the 4th may be a perfect value meets need.



Overall nice work although I can't see the 'Boys passing on Nate Allen in the 2nd considering there have been rumblings that they value him close to that our the 1st round graded safeties. With the suggested changes that would be an almost perfect draft for the Cowboys considering the value that seemed to fall to them in every round.

Grizzlegom
03-17-2010, 01:24 PM
u know parcells wont take a WR man :-P as much as we might want him to if bryant was actually available. Other than that, good job overall although i think Owens is a reach there, I'd rather go Troup.

coordinator0
03-17-2010, 01:28 PM
Where to begin, where to begin... I'll start with the Ravens passing on Graham for Wilson.

No way the Ravens pass on Brandon Graham at this point, especially for Wilson. Graham would fit nicely in our defense being able to play OLB in a 3-4 or DE in a 4-3. He'd probably be playing LDE for our team mostly.

Pitta in the second is alright, not sure if he's going to go that high though. The Ravens don't have 3rd and 4th round picks due to the Boldin trade, we do have two 5ths and a sixth though.

DiG
03-17-2010, 01:32 PM
i dont know whats worse. taking clausen or passing on suh. saffold in rd 2 is nice. stuckey in the 4th is pretty bad. its a reach and hes a SS. we need a true FS not another ss.

derza222
03-17-2010, 02:14 PM
Thomas is an interesting first for the Jets...I actually asked Scott a question about it in 3/15 Mock thread. He's certainly a great run blocker which helps and wouldn't be asked to step in right away, and being a big and physical guy he could be a great fit. I've got to be honest I have really no idea what direction the Jets go in but that's an interesting one.

Wooten in the second is obviously a talented guy...just not sure if he's stout enough to play in the Jets' scheme. He was already light and it seems he's losing weight as well. Seems like Rex really likes his guys beefy up front, so there I think Arthur Jones would schematically be a better fit, just a guess really based on the kinds of builds he has at end. Nobody's really below 290 here whereas Wooten is below 280 right now. Just not sure he's the 3-4 end he's always been labeled as. Another guy I would be intrigued by in the second is Jason Worilds. Seems like a good fit to move to 3-4 OLB though I didn't get to see much of him during the year as he wasn't on the radar really, so I can't say for sure I'd like him but he would be an interesting pick to try to help the pass rush a bit.

The Jets also have a 4th from the Kerry Rhodes trade, believe it's Baltimore's from the Boldin trade but it could be Arizona's. Oghobaase would be an interesting guy to give a look there if you went Worilds in the second, or even with a guy like Cam Thomas if they decide they really want to get younger up front.

Brothgar
03-17-2010, 02:20 PM
Still a fail with Odrick over Price to me.

I'd be more than happy to trade Price for Odrick.

ramsfan2005813
03-17-2010, 02:28 PM
[/B][/SIZE]1. St. Louis Rams - Sam Bradford, Quarterback, Oklahoma

33. St. Louis Rams - Arrelious Benn, Wide Receiver, Illinois

65. St. Louis Rams - Arthur Jones, Defensive Tackle, Syracuse

96. St. Louis Rams - Anthony McCoy, Tight End, Southern California


Decent Rams mock. Instead of Benn, I would probably prefer Brian Price and I think the rams would probably jump at a 1st round talent at DT over WR. While most fans would love a WR, I think they are more likely to wait a year for a WR and see what their WR's can do with a new QB much like Atlanta did with Matt Ryan because all the WR are young and still have potential with all roles filled if they develop (big play- avery, big/deep- robinson, possession-gibson). They 3rd and 4th are good picks, but if DT is addressed in second, a possible pick could be Tate, Ghee, or a LB in the third.

scottyboy
03-17-2010, 02:34 PM
giants don't need a CB, at all. especially over Spikes in the 2nd.

619
03-17-2010, 02:36 PM
Damn. I like the Chris Cook selection, but I don't know whether he would be able to stick it out at corner, otherwise I have no complaints. John Jerry in the third would make this mock super great.

Brothgar
03-17-2010, 02:36 PM
giants don't need a CB, at all. especially over Spikes in the 2nd.

What if it was Devin McCourty?

FlyingElvis
03-17-2010, 02:39 PM
What if Spikes ran some horrific 40 times?

scottyboy
03-17-2010, 02:40 PM
What if it was Devin McCourty?

i said we don't need a CB, never said we didn't need a god.

wicket
03-17-2010, 02:41 PM
Id prefer Carlos Dunlap to aaron hernandez, but realisticly either price of dunlap should be the first rounder for the saints probably although odrick is not totally wrong, the saints cant afford to not draft a Defensive end at all though

prock
03-17-2010, 02:42 PM
Don't really like the Vikes mock. It doesn't suck, but I do really love Colt McCoy in the second. You hit needs, but a huge fan of the players.

stl9erfan
03-17-2010, 02:51 PM
Love the first round for the Niners-- Haden and Davis are both great value for where we're taking them and both should be able to step in and contribute right away.

In round two, I'm not the biggest fan of Burnett. Safety is definitely a need for the Niners though, but I think Nate Allen might be a better fit for us. I'd also hugely applaud a Jahvid Best pick-- he would help us out in a lot of ways.

Third round, I think McCluster is too small for what the Niners like. They're definitely going to get their return man, but I think they want him to be able to contribute more on offense or defense as well, and I don't think McCluster would do that early on, if ever. As I mentioned before, Jahvid best a round earlier would make sense to me. If you did that, a guy like Eric Norwood might make a lot of sense here in beefing up the defense. I like Norwood's versatility and think he could help out either at ILB or OLB for us pretty much right away.

4th round-- I don't know much about Lang, but he seems like he could be a good fit. Other guys to look at: Larry Asante, Donald Butler.

General comment not relating to the Niners: There is NO WAY Aaron Hernandez lasts that long. He's a late second rounder at worst, IMO.

Babylon
03-17-2010, 02:56 PM
Seattle

those 1st three picks for the Hawks are pure genious.

BaLLiN
03-17-2010, 03:04 PM
15. New York Giants - Dan Williams, Defensive Tackle, Tennessee

46. New York Giants - Patrick Robinson, Cornerback, Florida State

76. New York Giants - Sean Lee, Linebacker, Penn State

112. New York Giants - Myron Rolle, Safety, Florida State

Alright great,

A DT who has a pretty good chance of busting, a small playmaking CB when we have 3 very good ones already, a linebacker who is injury prone and totally unfit for Tampa 2, and a slow yet intelligent Safety.

CMON MAN

jCut
03-17-2010, 04:58 PM
Give the Broncos a guard like Asamoah or Johnson in the 4th instead of Deaderick and it's perfect.

Dam8610
03-17-2010, 05:06 PM
From a need perspective, that is a very good Colts draft, but from a talent perspective, it's terrible. None of those players fit with the Colts and some are IMO vastly overrated.

Patriots_QB_12
03-17-2010, 05:15 PM
My personal opinion: I will cry if NE passes on Graham @ 22. There are other TEs that would be good for the Pats later and, as much as I like Misi, I would rather have a proven all around beast like Graham at OLB.

Graham @ 22 and Gronkowski instead of Best. Keep Misi & Alualu or swap Walton in for Misi since Koppen is declining quick. Then in round 4 Blount could fill a potential need at HB. Honestly, in the 4th I'd say Montario Hardesty but I'm guessing you omitted him accidentally, rather than intentionally.

I agree. This years TE class is pretty deep, Graham wouldve been the better selection. I also like Blount in the 4th.

Stranger
03-17-2010, 05:58 PM
26. Arizona Cardinals - Brandon Graham, Defensive End, Michigan

58. Arizona Cardinals - Vladimir Ducasse, Offensive Tackle, Massachusetts

Good picks. I am a Graham fan and Ducasse fits the mold of lineman that we draft.


88. Baltimore Ravens - Donovan Warren, Cornerback, Michigan
89. Arizona Cardinals - Jimmy Graham, Tight End, Miami (Fla.)

We have the Ravens pick from the Boldin trade. CB is a need as well so you can keep the pick the same and I would be happy :)


120. Baltimore Ravens - C.J. Wilson, Defensive End, Eastern Carolina
121. Arizona Cardinals - Jamar Chaney, Linebacker, Mississippi State

We have the Ravens pick (Boldin again) and the Jets have our pick (Rhodes). Chaney is a good choice though since ILB is a bit of a gaping hole at the moment.

Brown Leader
03-18-2010, 12:07 AM
7. Cleveland Browns - Eric Berry, Safety, Tennessee
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38. Cleveland Browns - Golden Tate, Wide Receiver, Notre Dame

71. Cleveland Browns - Tim Tebow, Quarterback, Florida

85. Oakland Raiders - Thaddeus Gibson, Defensive End, Ohio State

92. Cleveland Browns - Eric Norwood, Linebacker, South Carolina

102. Cleveland Browns - Syd'Quan Thompson, Cornerback, California

Change out Tebow for Jerry, and Thompson for Arenas, and that would be the best mock I've seen for the Browns-other than my own of course.

cfh128
03-18-2010, 01:18 AM
I like the Rams picks.

Something tells me Sergio Kindle will get picked somewhere in the first 4 rounds. I'm guessing that was just an over sight.

Rosebud
03-18-2010, 01:41 AM
Love Dan Williams in round one...the second rounder makes no sense however, we don't need a backup to Webster, Thomas and Ross nearly badly enough to waste a second rounder on one. Especially with Washington and Spikes still on the board. Round 3 give us Matt Tennant instead of a superfluous LB who won't even beat out Jonathon Goff and wrap things up with Torrell Troup and this draft goes from bad to sweet.

Rosebud
03-18-2010, 01:42 AM
Alright great,

A DT who has a pretty good chance of busting, a small playmaking CB when we have 3 very good ones already, a linebacker who is injury prone and totally unfit for Tampa 2, and a slow yet intelligent Safety.

CMON MAN

WTF does that mean? Dan Williams has a better chance at not busting than any DT not named Suh, McCoy or Price. That comment just makes little sense, especially from someone supporting the drafting of Cody who has Bust tattooed on the underside of his belly, fortunately for him no one has seen that area of his skin since he was born, but it's there.

Matthew Jones
03-18-2010, 06:52 AM
You hit the needs for New England, but I don't think you got good value at all except for Gresham and Best. It would be so disappointing if the pass rusher the Patriots ended up with was Misi.

TheMorningZoo
03-18-2010, 11:23 AM
Ok Chargers Mock, I am not a fan of Cody, but he fits a Need. Dwyer has performed poorly lately, but he is still a talent, and a need. I think Jason Fox would be better than Veldheer (raw), because we have an open competition at RT with Clary, Dombrowski, and rookie. Lastly Mike Johnson is a good G/T, but we are loaded at Guard, and could use that pick to focus on CB / DE depth. Good areas of target for needs, and availability, but I would prefer a different 4th rounder.

GoRavens
03-18-2010, 11:27 AM
bad bad bad ravens draft.
brandon graham and alex carrington would be 2 better picks.

touchdownmaker
03-18-2010, 01:27 PM
giants don't need a CB, at all. especially over Spikes in the 2nd.


I agree with you that we don't need a CB that high. You mentioned your preference for Spikes. Knowing that Daryl Washington is on the board, wouldn't you rather go with him?

That mock shook out rather well for the g-men. There were some guys that dropped a lot. There were plenty of options there for us.
1. D.W.
2. D. Washington
3.Cam Thomas
4.Jamar Chaney/Larry Asante

1. DW
2. Trade down N. Allen
3a.S. Lee
3b. Greg Hardy/Tennat
4.J. Chaney

proshoota25
03-18-2010, 02:53 PM
Give the Patriots Kindle instead of Misi and It's s good draft. Nice work other than that.

totally agree

WMD
03-18-2010, 03:00 PM
There's no point in the Lions taking a DT if we don't take Suh or McCoy. Give us a CB in Round 2 if we screw up and take Okung.

How about giving us Suh, Dunlap, Tate, and then an OG in Round 4.

TonyGfortheTD
03-18-2010, 03:02 PM
3 linebackers and a Defensive End? Wow. Are you Scott Pioli by any chance?

RealityCheck
03-18-2010, 04:51 PM
Solid Pats mock.

BmoreBlackByrdz
03-18-2010, 08:16 PM
bad bad bad ravens draft.
brandon graham and alex carrington would be 2 better picks.

Don't listen to this

Kyle Wilson is a perfect fit.

and from what I've heard the Raven's like Dennis Pitta.

Great Raven draft, you addressed two major needs

billsfootball15
03-18-2010, 10:35 PM
LaFell and Pike in rounds 2 and 3 does not make me happy

thebow305
03-18-2010, 11:19 PM
Damn I did forget Sergio Kindle! ahhhhhh... this mock is screwed. Oh well, I'll make another one very soon! ;)

Abaddon
03-19-2010, 05:17 PM
8. Oakland Raiders - Bruce Campbell, Offensive Tackle, Maryland

Hated it.

39. Oakland Raiders - Lamarr Houston, Defensive Tackle, Texas

Yes please.

69. Oakland Raiders - Chris Cook, Cornerback, Virginia

Position of need. Maybe not the ideal player.

85. Oakland Raiders - Thaddeus Gibson, Defensive End, Ohio State

Pick sent to Cleveland for Wimbley.

103. Oakland Raiders - Jacoby Ford, Wide Receiver, Clemson

Wuh?

T-RICH49
03-23-2010, 06:46 PM
love Suh but where will he play in our 3-4?would go Berry

thebow305
03-23-2010, 09:51 PM
love Suh but where will he play in our 3-4?would go Berry

I honestly think he's stout enough to play NT. But if not, you couldn't pass on him at 5, so I would just trade Dorsey then and put him at end.