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YotoJets007
03-18-2010, 08:32 PM
I am already sick of a monotonous mock draft. It is boring and let me blow it up with many crazy trades that will affect the value vs need crap. Go ahead and start bitching.

First Round

1. St. Louis--> Browns - QB Sam Bradford, Oklahoma.

Trade: Browns moved up from 7th by sending 2010 2nd and first 3rd Round picks and 2011's conditional 1st/2nd Round pick.

Browns may give up a lot because Rams wanted Bradford too. Browns have a plenty of picks so thus Rams could refuse this decent offer. Holmgren has overhauled the qb depth but it is for short term. Bradford has yet to perform but Holmgren likes his smart and pass accuracy.

2. Detroit - OT Russell Okung, Oklahoma State.

Lions have a good job addressing on defense during offseason. Backus will move to inside as Lions confirmed. Okung is perhaps only OT that is a safe pick for 1st round. Left side will be strengthened for Stafford.

3. Tampa Bay--> Bills - QB Jimmy Clausen, Norte Dame.

Trade: Bills packaged 2nd and 4th Round picks to move up from 9th.

Since Okung is gone, Clausen is more likely taken by Redskins, a pick after this selection. Clausen had played the same offense Gailey would run in Buffalo so his transfer from Weiss' modified version offense to Gailey's old and boring version will not be any difficult. I am sure Gailey will modify the offense to get Clausen more pass opportunity once the team is ready to roll.

4. Washington--> Jets - DE Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska.

Trade: Jets sent ATH Leon Washington and OLB Bryan Thomas (2011 conditional 1st-3rd Round pick depending on BT performance and contract) and 29th overall pick.

Jets have been focusing on big or popular names to sell tickets for past 2 years. Why stop now? Jets DL is lighter on depth right now and Suh is umm you know.

Redskins need returning specialist to improve the field of position and a natural SOLB to complete Shanahan's big overhaul in defense. Redskins hit both in that trade so Redskins can use mid round picks on OL.

5. Kansas City - S Eric Berry, Tennessee.

It may be an unpopular pick for Pioli and his menators and family but I dont think Pioli will reach for DL again this time. Chiefs need a leader in defense and Berry is in it.

6. Seattle--> Titans - DE Jason Pierre-Paul, South Florida.

Trade: Titans moved up from 16th by sending OL Mike Otto and TE Craig Stevens.

Signing Babin is not going to improve the qb pressure and Paul is currently number one rushing DE in the class. Titans envision DE and CB as top glaring needs and CB class is deep and pure DE class is not. Titans are not going to settle with Morgan who is more of a relentless DE than a pure pass rushing DE. Titans OL is intact and TE is crowded so they can afford to lose future players like Otto and Stevens.

Otto can play T or G on both sides but I think LG is his home but you never know when you have Alex Gibbs as your coaching staff. Stevens is going to be a steal for Seahawk since Bates likes to use two TE formation.

7. Cleveland--> Rams - LB Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri.

It should waste no time replacing Lenon. LB corp will be stronger now with Lauriniaitis and Vobora. Morgan could be a better pick but they already similiar one in Long so LDE will have to wait.

8. Oakland - OT Bruce Campbell, Maryland.

Combine number is meaningless if they switch to power scheme but Davis does not just know that. If scheme is actually switched then Barnes could be their LT but he has several serious issue. Campbell is very very raw but once he is refined, he is a franchise LT. Godspeed.

9. Buffalo--> Buccaneers - DT Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma.

How the F did that happen? Well, it is just a wrong team at wrong selection. Bucs must be thrilled about this situation because it saves them some $$$. Miller and McCoy should beef up interior line for next 5 years.

10. Jacksonville--> Steelers - ILB Rolando McClain, Alabama.

Trade: Steelers included 1st and 3rd round pick to move up from 18th.

Steelers conned Jaguars out because Jaguars' financial is not in a great shape. Having Kampman may or may not help sell tickets.

I know steelers sign back Foote but both Foote and Farrior are aging and possibly losing 2 or 3 steps. McClain should be a face of defense since Polamalu has totally been unreliable due to injuries.

11. Denver--> Patriots - OLB Jerry Hughes, Texas Christian.

Trade: Patriots traded up from 22nd spot among Titans' 2nd Round pick.

Hughes has been one of best prospects since leaving college era. By that, it means interviews, all star bowl, combine, and more. A lot of teams prefer Hughes to Graham because Hughes' frame is apparently developed to be better endurance and athleticism to cover larger area (more than just pass rushing). Graham is only solid if he is asked to play one way straight to qb.

Patriots are in dire need of having a complete OLB. 3 or 4 teams ahead of Patriots' original selection have eyed Hughes. Patriots lost only one pick out of 3 2nd round picks to land Hughes.


12. Miami - NT Dan Williams, Tennessee.

Missing out on Hughes so they go to next most pressing need. Williams should win the NT job with Ferguson being suspended for a half of season. When Ferguson is back, Williams can split duties with him to keep DL fresher for playoff.

13. San Francisco - OL Bryan Bulaga, Iowa.

He is a natural run blocker so he can play at RT right away but LG may be his home.

14. Seattle - CB Joe Haden, Florida.

Lets assume he attended to Coach Mo camp to get better 40 times like Revis did in few years ago. Revis ran a pathetic 4.6 but after 2 weeks training with Mo, he ran sub 4.4. Haden ran sub 4.6 at the combine so he should run around 4.4 or faster by the draft easily. Other than 40 time, he has everything to be a legitimate all pro CB.

15. New York Giants - DT Brian Price, UCLA.

Giants lost Robbins and Bernard/Canty have yet to live up to new contracts. Price is well around at DT. He is strong enough to play 46 if necessary.

16. Tennessee--> Seahawks - OT Charles Brown, Southern California.

Brown has only one problem is weight as he could not maintain weight at 300-310 during playing season. It does not matter since Bates will use cut blocking zone. He has toughness, technique and smarts. That is all Bates needs from him.

Will Grant being cut mean Mays is a Hawk? Maybe but Seahawks wont be on next OTC until 60th selection so losing out a chance on Brown or Williams is not an option.

17. San Francisco - SS Taylor Mays, Southern California.

Lewis already has 3 concussions. Mays should waste no time replacing Lewis at SS and delivering a big hit regularly. Earl Thomas may be a better value here but he is not SS.

18. Pittsburgh--> Jaguars - QB Tim Tebow, Florida.

I am totally against this pick but I just learn that Jaguars business is that bad. Tebow is a very popular SOB by Floridians, media, players, politicians, etc. I agreed with McShay but Garrard is not that bad so Tebow can learn from Garrard and plays better enough to upgrade the qb position in near future.


19. Atlanta - DE Carlos Dunlap, Florida.

Some people said he is top 15. I dont know about it but in that case, Falcons got a good value in Dunlap this moment. Dunlap is more polished than Anderson out of college. Dunlap needs to find consistency on motor for Mike Smith's team.

20. Houston - CB Kyle Wilson, Boise State.

They lost Robinson to FA. Wilson had impressed scouts during the Senior Week. He can do anything included stuffs that Robinson could not do. He will make you not to miss Robinson. Earl Thomas could be taken here since he has ability to play corner but why a tweener DB when you find a legitimate CB, which is hard to come by, especially they have no solid CB on the team.

21. Cincinnati--> Cowboys - FS Earl Thomas, Texas.

Trade: Cowboys traded 1st and 4th round picks.

Cowboys have struggled to land a solid FS for many years. Having Thomas should end their miserable search.


22. New England--> Broncos - C Maurkice Pouncey, Florida.

Interior OL has been an issue for McDaniels' scheme. look at what Mangold has done for Jets and Mack has done for Browns when healthy. Pouncey could be next center. Pouncey also can play G if either Olsen or Fry feasts McDaniel's eye at center job.

23. Green Bay - OT Trent Williams, Oklahoma.

He has all physical tools and athleticism to be LT star but technique needs a lot of works. He should back up in all positions except C. Packers already retained both starting Ts but for how long and depth is not great either. Thompson's BPA philosophy never stops.


24. Philadelphia - RB CJ Spiller, Clemson.

RB with 4.3 fell onto this selection? No wonder Eagles always have so great draft. Eagles' offense becomes faster now. Could have taken OL to send a message to Peters but nah. Not even they cut Stacy Andrews.

25. Baltimore - TE Jesmaine Gresham, Oklahoma.

Even with two bum knees, he looked good during combine drills. Boldin and Gresham should make Flacco a 4K passing yards easy annually easy.

26. Arizona - OLB Brandon Graham, Michigan.

Even though Cardinals are dangerous at rush defense, their OLBs are really that bad. As long as he keeps weight down, Graham will be well utilized for Whisenhurst's defense. OT could be taken here but those potential 1st round OT leftover have many many many question marks. Graham is the best business for this selection right now.

27. Dallas--> Bengals - WR Golden Tate, Norte Dame.

He should be implemented in slot role right away and can replace Bryant if he has shown some incosistency within his 4 year contract. More vertical offense for Palmer once again.

28. San Diego - DE Jason Odrick, Penn State.

Chargers' DL is at weakest point. DE spots are incosistent due to low level of talents and injuries and they dump aging NT Williams. Castillo is basically only DL they rely on and he has dealt with injuries as well.

29. New York Jets--> Redskins - OT Jared Veldheer, Hillsdale.

Veldheer in the first round, really? He has been soared since the last day of college era. He has better and lighter footwork than questionable Iupati and Ducasse for LT job in ZBS. He has better character and work ethic than Davis. Redskins need to upgrade all positions in OL so Veldheer can be either T or LG due to short arm.

30. Minnesota - G Mike Iupati, Idaho.

heavy footwork is a red flag but Vikings love big and power OL. Iupati should start at RG right away. A little bit sleep for RG job but Adrian Peterson gets paid to run wild inside and outside. Kindle could be an option but he has no defined position yet.

31. Indianapolis--> Buccaneers - DE Everson Griffen, Southern California.

Trade: Bucs sent its 4th round pick and Bills' 2nd round pick.

Griffen has solid numbers but he is projected to be a solid LE. He needs to clean himself up if he wants to play every game. Colts could want him for depth but Bucs try to seal the DL among with Miller, McCoy and Crowder in no time.

32. New Orleans - DE/OLB Sergio Kindle, Texas.

After losing Fujita to FA, WLB, SLB and DE are pressing needs for Saints. Kindle can fill one of those positions. Explosiveness and quickness are a concern as Kindle nearly falls out of 1st round.


2nd Round


1. St. Louis - WR Arrelious Benn, Illinois.
2. Detroit - RB Ryan Mathews, Fresno State.
3. Tampa Bay - WR Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State.
4. Kansas City - MLB Brandon Spikes, Florida.
5. Washington - FS Nate Allen, South Florida.
6. Cleveland-->Rams - TE Rob Gronkowski, Arizona.
7. Oakland - DT Lamaar Houston, Texas.
8. San Diego - RB Joe McKnight, Southern California.
9. Buffalo-->Buccaneers-->Colts - DT Tyson Alualu, California.
10. Tampa Bay - CB Patrick Robinson, Florida State.
11. Miami - OLB Koa Misi, Utah.
12. New England - WR Damian Williams, Southern California.
13. Denver - LB Eric Norwood, South Carolina.
14. New York Giants - MLB Daryl Washington, Texas Christian.
15. New England (Titans)--> Broncos - WR Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech.
16. Carolina - DT Geno Atkins, Georgia.
17. San Francisco - OT Anthony Davis, Rutgers.
18. Kansas City - ATH Jacoby Ford, Clemson.
19. Houston - RB Ben Tate, Auburn.
20. Pittsburgh - CB Kareem Jackson, Alabama.
21. New England - RB Montario Hardesty, Tennessee.
22. Cincinnati - OL Vladimir Ducasse, Massachusetts.
23. Philadelphia--> Jets - DB Chris Cook, Virginia.

Trade: Jets acquired this pick and OLB/DE Chris GoCong for this year's 29th pick and Cardinals' 4th round pick plus 2011 conditional 3rd/4th round pick.

24. Green Bay - OLB Jason Worilds, Virginia Tech.
25. Baltimore - CB Brandon Ghee, Wake Forest.
26. Arizona - CB Jerome Murphy, South Florida.
27. Dallas - G John Perry, Illinois.
28. Seattle - S Chad Jones, Louisiana State.
29. New York Jets--> Eagles - OLB Navorro Bowman, Penn State.
30. Minnesota - DB Amari Spievey, Iowa.
31. Indianapolis - OL Rodger Saffold, Indiana.
32. New Orleans - DT Cam Thomas, North Carolina.

Caddy
03-18-2010, 08:37 PM
Buccaneers draft.

Gerald McCoy.
Everson Griffin.
Dez Bryant.
Patrick Robinson.

HOLY ****.

Bengals78
03-18-2010, 08:43 PM
That is the dumbest thing ever.
No offense.
Why on EARTH would the Bengals trade for next to nothing, losing out on the ball hawk cover safety we desperately need for a WR which is no longer a FIRST round need?
That is absolutely mind boggling.
I would highly consider becoming solely a hockey fan if that happened.
I mean seriously.
The Cowboys were dicks when we tried to trade for Bennett now all of a sudden we are gonna bend over and take it from them on this crap trade?
Its nothing personal but GOD DAMN
We might as well trade Carson for Charlie Whitehurst at that rate.

prock
03-18-2010, 08:44 PM
I find it comical you have a top 5 prospect falling into the 2nd round. Dez will NOT fall that far. And you have the Rams taking Sean Weatherspoon over Gerald McCoy, that is laughable as well. But I like the Vikes mock lol.

Rosebud
03-18-2010, 09:02 PM
I love it.

STsACE
03-18-2010, 09:09 PM
1. St. Louis--> Browns - QB Sam Bradford, Oklahoma.

Trade: Browns moved up from 7th by sending 2010 2nd and first 3rd Round picks and 2011's conditional 1st/2nd Round pick.

Browns may give up a lot because Rams wanted Bradford too. Browns have a plenty of picks so thus Rams could refuse this decent offer. Holmgren has overhauled the qb depth but it is for short term. Bradford has yet to perform but Holmgren likes his smart and pass accuracy.



Am I reading this right?

2010:
1st
2nd
3rd

2011:
conditional 1st/2nd

4 very valuable picks for one guy?

I think I just started my man period:mad:

Loving the boldness though, so I'll take a mandol and use a heating pad tonight

coordinator0
03-18-2010, 09:24 PM
Good Ravens pick in the first, but McCourty would be a better option at CB in the second.

Unbiased
03-18-2010, 09:54 PM
McShay was dead on about why Tebow would be in a terrible situation in Jacksonville.

gsorace
03-18-2010, 10:01 PM
This is the least realistic mock ever.

LookItsAlDavis
03-18-2010, 10:26 PM
Did this happen on Madden?

redbills
03-18-2010, 10:56 PM
no ( 10 )

Pat Sims 90
03-18-2010, 11:03 PM
That is the dumbest thing ever.
No offense.
Why on EARTH would the Bengals trade for next to nothing, losing out on the ball hawk cover safety we desperately need for a WR which is no longer a FIRST round need?
That is absolutely mind boggling.
I would highly consider becoming solely a hockey fan if that happened.
I mean seriously.
The Cowboys were dicks when we tried to trade for Bennett now all of a sudden we are gonna bend over and take it from them on this crap trade?
Its nothing personal but GOD DAMN
We might as well trade Carson for Charlie Whitehurst at that rate.

I agree with this

akvikefan89
03-18-2010, 11:20 PM
That many trades is nuts...

thebow305
03-18-2010, 11:21 PM
Just a wierd mock. And a terrible one for the Phins. You hit on the right positions, but just very unexciting players IMO.

proshoota25
03-18-2010, 11:50 PM
the patriots will be able to get hughes at 22. why would they trade a 2nd to move up for him?

StripedWalrus
03-19-2010, 12:38 AM
I agree with this

I agree with this that agreed with this!

vidae
03-19-2010, 12:57 AM
Chiefs mock is ok, but give us Ducasse over Ford.

That Bucs draft is so unrealistic it's not funny. I was going to ask if you were a Bucs fan.

diesel
03-19-2010, 01:37 AM
21. Cincinnati--> Cowboys - FS Earl Thomas, Texas.

Trade: Cowboys traded 1st and 4th round picks.

Cowboys have struggled to land a solid FS for many years. Having Thomas should end their miserable search.



I approve this great mock. :D

Matthew Jones
03-19-2010, 01:48 AM
Wow, contender for worst Patriots first round on here. Not only do they make a reach, they also somehow manage to lose a second round pick, commit way more money, and draft someone who they probably won't take in real life.

gouldo
03-19-2010, 05:30 AM
ummm,

Drugs are bad.
Don't do drugs,
Drugs are bad......

zachsaints52
03-19-2010, 07:55 AM
Good Saints draft.

darkhorse21
03-19-2010, 12:23 PM
better chargers draft would be matthews, cody... thats a real reach for mcknight imo

CashmoneyDrew
03-19-2010, 12:27 PM
If we can give up peanuts to move up 10 spots, I'll take it.

stl9erfan
03-19-2010, 12:34 PM
Brian Bulaga AND Anthony Davis to the Niners??? that's a first.

The thing is though, I can't even say it won't happen because for all we know a lottery ball machine will be making the picks for SF this year.

jCut
03-19-2010, 01:09 PM
The Denver mock is ok. Ducasse or Saffold over Norwood. The rest is good.

Caddy
03-19-2010, 02:02 PM
Chiefs mock is ok, but give us Ducasse over Ford.

That Bucs draft is so unrealistic it's not funny. I was going to ask if you were a Bucs fan.

No Vidae. It's entirely plausible and incredibly awesome!

twizbuck
03-19-2010, 02:14 PM
Yeah, that Bengals draft is beyond putrid, and so is the mock overall.

FlyingElvis
03-19-2010, 02:16 PM
the patriots will be able to get hughes at 22. why would they trade a 2nd to move up for him?

Yeah, NE basically gave up a great value pick in the second round to move up and get a guy they could get at 22. Graham, Hughes or Kindle should be available there (one of the 3, that is) and then we can just spend the other picks on BPA throughout round 2.

Any one of those 3 at 22 and we could still get Hardesty & Williams plus the TE we so desperately need.

Overall I'd say this mock is way too trade heavy.

PoopSandwich
03-19-2010, 02:33 PM
If the Browns gave up that much to get Bradford I would stop watching the NFL.

Plus, why would a team deal a conditional 1st/2nd rounder for a rookie? I don't think I've seen that when it comes to a QB.

wonderbredd24
03-19-2010, 02:49 PM
As a Browns fan, I would vomit

BJJ3rd
03-19-2010, 03:12 PM
i don't think the steelers would trade the whole way up to 10 mcclain. Atleast I hope they wouldn't. McClain is a beast, don't get me wrong. But I really don't see LB as a huge need for us. If they are going to trade up this high then I hope we grab someone like Haden because our CBs suck.

BJJ3rd
03-19-2010, 03:14 PM
If the Browns gave up that much to get Bradford I would stop watching the NFL.

Plus, why would a team deal a conditional 1st/2nd rounder for a rookie? I don't think I've seen that when it comes to a QB.

Hahaha as a steelers fan i would love it! But yeah, extremely unrealistic. No chance.

Borat
03-19-2010, 03:31 PM
It would be awesome if in real life the Jets could trade the 29th pick to 2 different teams.

"Hey Redskins, we know we dealt you the 29th pick earlier to move up to #4, but now we want to move up in the 2nd round, so we're going to go ahead and trade it to Philly now. Thanks for understanding."

Patriots_QB_12
03-19-2010, 03:31 PM
Ahahahaha this was fun to read. I approve.

PoopSandwich
03-19-2010, 05:06 PM
It would be awesome if in real life the Jets could trade the 29th pick to 2 different teams.

"Hey Redskins, we know we dealt you the 29th pick earlier to move up to #4, but now we want to move up in the 2nd round, so we're going to go ahead and trade it to Philly now. Thanks for understanding."

I love how he has the Browns giving up a thousand picks to move up 5 spots but he has the Jets give up the 29th pick a conditional pick and 2 players to move up to 4.

toddmlazarchick
03-19-2010, 05:16 PM
Terrible terrible trade for the skins

toddmlazarchick
03-19-2010, 05:17 PM
I love how he has the Browns giving up a thousand picks to move up 5 spots but he has the Jets give up the 29th pick a conditional pick and 2 players to move up to 4.

Its a beyond ******** trade.

SickwithIt1010
03-19-2010, 05:29 PM
are you out of your mind?

freebirdsrams02
03-19-2010, 06:09 PM
You left off Derrick Morgan. Who would be a top 10 pick.

jerseyjoehaven
03-19-2010, 09:38 PM
Ok it was fun to think of. I have a thought why did you leave Detroit with the Second pick and take a player that they could have picked later in the 1st round at about 7 or 8. This would have given them extra picks later in the draft as well.

jerseyjoehaven
03-19-2010, 09:43 PM
Its a beyond ******** trade.

He's a Jets fan thats why.

vikes_28
03-20-2010, 12:43 AM
Dez Bryant in the Second round??? WTF. Vikings first pick is ok. But second pick is meh.

BaLLiN
03-20-2010, 09:36 AM
Brian Price isnt worth #15 at all to me, really sours my opinion on the draft

snyder101
03-20-2010, 02:26 PM
Your trade ideas are nice but Cleveland has Jake and Seneca which wont mean alot but they'll look to draft I believe in the 2nd.


And redskins will draft a QB....no way we trade with the jets for Leon Washington and a decent OLB when we have two RB's and a young speedy one to do some damamge.


Clausen would be a skins at #4 , unless its a top 10-15 team than I think we would considre trading. Unless the Jets trade us a food experince OLB than ok but I doubt it.

You would have to give us much more the #4th pick is high.



But you did a good effort so "HEY" anything can happen.

snyder101
03-20-2010, 02:33 PM
Terrible terrible trade for the skins

Agreed. Redskins wont trade back for nothing....its either a franchise QB or franchise LT. Either both would be nice but no way skins skip on not drafting a franchise QB.

Stranger
03-20-2010, 06:12 PM
Good effort trying something different but just some really odd trades and selections. Bit disappointed, with all of the trades and weirdness going down the Cards end up with a fairly unspectacular draft.

RealityCheck
03-20-2010, 08:59 PM
So we're trading up for a player that covers our 4th biggest need and that will be there at #22?

OSUGiants17
03-20-2010, 10:25 PM
not one of those trades or top 10 picks make any sense

YotoJets007
03-21-2010, 12:11 PM
Jesus, after working on all crazy trades, I totally forgot about Morgan and McCourty. damn.

PoopSandwich
03-21-2010, 12:18 PM
I don't get the point of doing mock drafts with trades... Just accept the order that there is because you're never gonna get the trade right.

billsfootball15
03-21-2010, 04:05 PM
i wanna barf everywhere, ur lucky i dont do -rep

crites09
03-21-2010, 04:22 PM
terrible that is all

T-RICH49
03-23-2010, 09:27 PM
Ducasse or Cam Thomas over Ford for KC

TitansFTW
03-24-2010, 05:07 AM
If we can give up peanuts to move up 10 spots, I'll take it.

I agree but I would not take Pierre-Paul since Gerald McCoy is still on the board.