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gpngc
03-25-2010, 06:56 AM
Round 1

1. St. Louis (1-15): Sam Bradford
2. Detroit (2-14): Ndamukong Suh
3. Tampa Bay (3-13): Gerald McCoy
4. Washington (4-12): Russell Okung
5. Kansas City (4-12): Bryan Bulaga
6. Seattle (5-11): Eric Berry
7. Cleveland (5-11): Joe Haden
8. Oakland (5-11): Jason Pierre-Paul
9. Buffalo (6-10): Jimmy Clausen
10. Jacksonville (7-9): Brian Price
11. Denver - from Chicago (7-9): Rolando McClain
12. Miami (7-9): Dan Williams
13. San Francisco (8-8): Trent Williams
14. Seattle - from Denver (8-8): C.J. Spiller
15. New York Giants (8-8): Sean Weatherspoon
16. Tennessee (8-8): Derrick Morgan
17. San Francisco - from Carolina (8-8): Brandon Graham
18. Pittsburgh (9-7): Earl Thomas
19. Atlanta (9-7): Everson Griffen
20. Houston (9-7): Ryan Matthews
21. Cincinnati (10-6): Taylor Mays
22. New England (10-6): Dez Bryant
23. Green Bay (11-5): Charles Brown
24. Philadelphia (11-5): Kyle Wilson
25. Baltimore (9-7): Jermaine Gresham
26. Arizona (10-6): Sergio Kindle
27. Dallas (11-5): Mike Iupati
28. San Diego (13-3): Golden Tate
29. New York Jets (9-7): Jared Odrick
30. Minnesota (12-4): Nate Allen
31. Indianapolis (14-2): Maurkice Pouncey
32. New Orleans (13-3): Jerry Hughes

Round 2

1. St. Louis (1-15): Carlos Dunlap
2. Detroit (2-14): Jahvid Best
3. Tampa Bay (3-13): Demaryius Thomas
4. Kansas City (4-12): Aaron Hernandez
5. Washington (4-12): Tim Tebow
6. Cleveland (5-11): Colt McCoy
7. Oakland (5-11): Bruce Campbell
8. San Diego - from Seattle (5-11): Terrence Cody
9. Buffalo (6-10): Anthony Davis
10. Tampa Bay - from Chicago (7-9): Darrell Stuckey
11. Miami (7-9): Damian Williams
12. New England - from Jacksonville (7-9): Tyson Alualu
13. Denver (8-8): John Asamoah
14. New York Giants (8-8): Lamarr Houston
15. New England - from Tennessee (8-8): Jason Worilds
16. Carolina (8-8): Arrelious Benn
17. San Francisco (8-8): Devin McCourty
18. Kansas City - from Atlanta (9-7): Sean Lee
19. Houston (9-7): Morgan Burnett
20. Pittsburgh (9-7): Roger Saffold
21. New England (10-6): Rob Gronkowski
22. Cincinnati (10-6): Navorro Bowman
23. Philadelphia (11-5): Jared Veldheer
24. Green Bay (11-5): Kareem Jackson
25. Baltimore (9-7): Brandon Ghee
26. Arizona (10-6): Jason Fox
27. Dallas (11-5): Dominique Franks
28. Seattle - from San Diego (13-3): Carlton Mitchell
29. New York Jets (9-7): Jacoby Ford
30. Minnesota (12-4): Vladimir Ducasse
31. Indianapolis (14-2): Rennie Curran
32. New Orleans (13-3): Cam Thomas

Round 3

1. St. Louis (1-15): Daryl Washington
2. Detroit (2-14): Patrick Robinson
3. Tampa Bay (3-13): Amari Spievey
4. Kansas City (4-12): Mardy Gilyard
5. Cleveland - from Oakland (5-11): Eric Norwood
6. Philadelphia - from Seattle (5-11): Koa Misi
7. Cleveland (5-11): Reshad Jones
8. Buffalo (6-10): Arthur Jones
9. Miami (7-9): Jermaine Cunningham
10. Jacksonville (7-9): Jerome Murphy
11. Chicago (7-9): Akwasi Owusu-Ansah
12. New York Giants (8-8): Matt Tennant
13. Tennessee (8-8): Perrish Cox
14. Carolina (8-8): Torrell Troup
15. San Francisco (8-8): Taylor Price
16. Denver (8-8): Donald Butler
17. Houston (9-7): Mike Neal
18. Pittsburgh (9-7): Dexter McCluster
19. Atlanta (9-7): Dekoda Watson
20. Cincinnati (10-6): Jordan Shipley
21. Oakland - from New England (10-6): Joe Webb
22. Green Bay (11-5): Joe McKnight
23. Philadelphia (11-5): Major Wright
24. Arizona - from Baltimore (9-7): Anthony McCoy
25. Arizona (10-6): Javier Arenas
26. Dallas (11-5): Brandon Spikes
27. San Diego (13-3): Mike Johnson
28. Cleveland - from New York Jets (9-7): Alex Carrington
29. Minnesota (12-4): Ben Tate
30. Indianapolis (14-2): Austen Lane
31. New Orleans (13-3): Montario Hardesty
32. Cincinnati (C): Thaddeus Gibson
33. Tennessee (C): John Jerry
34. Atlanta (C): Jimmy Graham

Round 4

1. St. Louis (1-15): Eric Decker
2. Detroit (2-14): Ciron Black
3. Tampa Bay (3-13): Greg Hardy
4. Kansas City (4-12): T.J. Ward
5. Washington (4-12): Jonathan Dwyer
6. Seattle (5-11): Selvish Capers
7. Cleveland (5-11): CHAD JONES
8. Oakland (5-11): Jevan Snead
9. Buffalo (6-10): Mike Williams
10. Jacksonville (7-9): Dezmon Briscoe
11. Chicago (7-9): Brandon LaFell
12. Miami (7-9): Myron Lewis
13. Tennessee (8-8): Antonio Brown
14. Carolina (8-8): Dennis Pitta
15. San Francisco (8-8): Kurt Coleman
16. Denver (8-8): Larry Asante
17. New York Giants (8-8): Brandon Lang
18. Pittsburgh (9-7): Walter McFadden
19. Atlanta (9-7): Trevard Lindley
20. Houston (9-7): Kevin Thomas
21. New England (10-6): Zane Beadles
22. Cincinnati (10-6): Mitch Petrus
23. Seattle - from Philadelphia (11-5): Syd'Quan Thompson
24. Green Bay (11-5): Ricky Sapp
25. Arizona - from Baltimore (9-7): Pat Angerer
26. New York Jets - from Arizona (10-6): Lindsey Witten
27. Dallas (11-5): Sam Young
28. San Diego (13-3): Toby Gerhart
29. Philadelphia - from New York Jets (9-7): Anthony Dixon
30. Minnesota (12-4): Dorin Dickerson
31. Indianapolis (14-2): Kyle Calloway
32. New Orleans (13-3): D'Anthony Smith
33. Cincinnati (C): Ed Dickson

Razor
03-25-2010, 07:04 AM
Dez Bryant to the Pats is OK, even though I'd prefer Kindle. But WR is definetly a need, I'm just off Bryant because of his character. I'm not sold on Alualu as a 3-4 DE since he has short arms and will struggle in a two-gap system. I'd prefer Kareem Jackson or Devin McCourty instead. Worrilds is OK there, and OLB is probably the biggest need we have. Gronkowski is also a decent pick, but give us Sapp instead of Zane Beadles. I'm not high on Sapp, but in the fourth I'm willing to take a chance on him. Nice work though with four rounds.

DiG
03-25-2010, 07:43 AM
i could role with dwyer in the 4th. okung and tebow in the first and second is good stuff although passing on campbell and anthony davis would be very tough.

i like rennie curran sliding in to the second. in the right scheme i think he will be a beast. javiar arenas is a bit low for me. i think his nickle/return potential is too high to fall to the end of the third. i see him more as a late second or very early 3rd kind of guy. surprised to see sapp so low but when i think about it he is a guy that definitely could fall. wheres corey wooten? i dont see chad jones either (i do think hes slightly overrated but would have thought at least mid third-early 4th). also i would have expected to see jd walton or tennant at some point.

Poz51
03-25-2010, 07:58 AM
Round 1
9. Buffalo (6-10): Jimmy Clausen
9. Buffalo (6-10): Anthony Davis

Round 3
8. Buffalo (6-10): Arthur Jones
914. Carolina (8-8): Torrell Troup
Round 4
9. Buffalo (6-10): Mike Williams
11. Chicago (7-9): Brandon LaFell


I am on board with Clausen in the first, and although Davis seems to be trying to hurt his stock, and cost himself millions of dollars in the pre-draft process, I think he still goes in the first, although I would lose my S#!t if he fell to the Bills in the second. Regardless, count me in in rounds one and two!!
Jones is a stretch for me with the signing of Dwan Edwards and the current players they feel can fill the DE spots out, NT however is a huge need and Troup would be good, and I think Linval Joseph would be a better fit at that spot as well... Mike Williams is killing himself this off season, ran slow and has shown little if any maturity in interviews, blaming the world for his mistakes and issues, while taking no personal responsibility for his own behavior and actions. IMO he will be lucky to be drafted as he has stamped "problem child" on his forehead. For me Lafell would be a more likely pick. Clausen, Davis, Troup/Joseph (I prefer Joseph myself, but either way its good), and Lafell would be a A+ draft for the Bills :cool:

619
03-25-2010, 08:23 AM
I'm in love with this mock. We get JPP and Campbell, two first round talents, no matter what your opinion is on them. Then Webb is a very intriguing pick and a classic Raiders-type sleeper pick at that position. We always find a way to draft a receiver or two each year.

FlyingElvis
03-25-2010, 09:22 AM
22. New England (10-6): Dez Bryant

12. New England - from Jacksonville (7-9): Tyson Alualu

15. New England - from Tennessee (8-8): Jason Worilds

21. New England (10-6): Rob Gronkowski

21. New England (10-6): Zane Beadles


Good stuff. The whole draft is definitely interesting. I don't buy for a second that a premier OT talent falls to 37. And there are a few other players that caused an eyebrow to raise, but that's not always a bad thing.

The Pats draft is pretty crazy. I would actually be pretty happy with it, despite the pass on both Kindle and Graham. Worilds is one of the brow raising picks as I'm not convinced he's a second round talent, but that could be one of the typical Patriots draft day surprises. Assuming they agree he's worth the high pick, I would be ok with it. Plus we get an absolute steal in Bryant at 22. Unfortunately, the Bengals would certainly feel the same way at 21, so I doubt we'd be so lucky. I agree with Razor that Sapp would be a great value in the 4th but OLB has been addressed and I love Beadles there.

The Webb pick to Oakland made me lol. I'm still not sure if I lol'd because it's silly or because it's so entirely possible. 4th or 5th is where he should go so at least Al didn't go all super crazy and take him 3 rounds too soon.

Pitt
03-25-2010, 09:50 AM
18. Pittsburgh (9-7): Earl Thomas
20. Pittsburgh (9-7): Roger Saffold
18. Pittsburgh (9-7): Dexter McCluster
18. Pittsburgh (9-7): Walter McFadden



Amazing draft for the Steelers.

Grizzlegom
03-25-2010, 10:03 AM
solid phins draft. not very flashy but fills all of our top needs. Like everyone I have other player preferences but those guys are all just as good.

BJJ3rd
03-25-2010, 10:07 AM
decent steelers draft. earl thomas is good but the rest is just so-so imo

thebow305
03-25-2010, 10:33 AM
OMG, if we pass of Dez Bryant for DAN WILLIAMS I will seriously turn off the draft for the rest of the day. Wow would that be a HUGE mistake!

Williams is ok in the 2nd, but he wouldn't be needed if we took Dez in the 1st so I would prefer Cam Thomas there who is almost as good as DW, then I'd take Jimmy Graham in the 3rd, then finally I'd take Ricky Sapp in the 4th, because we have no need for another CB AT ALL.

vidae
03-25-2010, 11:12 AM
Really really meh on this draft all together. Bulaga isn't a very good pick and the rest are just okay. I don't know why so many people here view TE as such a huge need for the Chiefs. It isn't a big enough need to warrant a second round pick at all. The rest are just ok.

Unbiased
03-25-2010, 11:20 AM
Round 1
10. Jacksonville (7-9): Brian Price

Round 3
10. Jacksonville (7-9): Jerome Murphy

Round 4
10. Jacksonville (7-9): Dezmon Briscoe


Price is a great pick.
Change Murphy to Mike Johnson and Dezmon Briscoe to Pat Angerer and you have a great Jacksonville draft.

PhysicalwithanF
03-25-2010, 11:22 AM
The first two rounds for the Niners is the beez neez

proshoota25
03-25-2010, 12:07 PM
okay patriots draft. id rather have kindle than bryant because OLB is a position of greater need

scar988
03-25-2010, 12:16 PM
19. Atlanta (9-7): Everson Griffen
# of arrests Falcons draftees had before being drafted (2002-2009, the Arthur Blank era) - 0
# of arrests Everson Griffen has - 2
We won't take anyone with a criminal record. We get DE Jerry Hughes here.
19. Atlanta (9-7): Dekoda Watson
34. Atlanta (C): Jimmy Graham
good picks
19. Atlanta (9-7): Trevard Lindley
HORRIBLE pick. we have ZERO need for a CB. we get OT, C or WR here.

V.I.P
03-25-2010, 12:22 PM
Stuckey is a 3rd round safety at best, and we won't be going safety that highe we signed Sean Jones last week. Change that pick to a CB, or DE.

derza222
03-25-2010, 01:04 PM
I would be very content if the Jets draft went like that. This is the kind of mock that isn't absolutely unbelievable with stud players everywhere but the picks make sense and fit the needs of the team. Know you're a big fan of Ford to the Jets and I think that one makes sense, Odrick is a really solid pick and Witten is intruguing in the 4th. I like it. You have to know Tannenbaum is gonna screw around with some trades but for a mock a month a way this one's pretty good.

Jerry's World
03-25-2010, 01:10 PM
For the Bucs the first two picks are all right, but the rest are questionable and I doubt they make are team.

vikes_28
03-25-2010, 01:12 PM
That's a pretty bad Vikings mock

Bengals78
03-25-2010, 01:23 PM
Round 1

21. Cincinnati (10-6): Taylor Mays Sergio Kindle


Round 2

22. Cincinnati (10-6): Navorro Bowman Akwasi Owusu-Ansah


Round 3

20. Cincinnati (10-6): Jordan Shipley Anthony McCoy

32. Cincinnati (C): Thaddeus Gibson John Jerry


Round 4

22. Cincinnati (10-6): Mitch Petrus Marcus Easley

33. Cincinnati (C): Ed Dickson Jamar Chaney


Thats just bad. Really bad. I only liked one pick. (Petrus) and that one at best is luke warm with me.
Mays is not the safety we need. We need a ball hawk. More like a CB/FS hybrid like Earl Thomas or Akwasi Owusu-Ansah.
LB is one of our deepest spots. We really only need a SLB and Bowman probably wont be that especially with Gibson right after. I could see a SLB but only 1.
Dickson is just not what we need at TE.
Shipley is a bad pick solely because we need a deep vertical threat.
Petrus is OK but we usually draft OT/OG types.
Just put in based on your board how I would go...

akvikefan89
03-25-2010, 01:24 PM
Vikings picks are kinda meh.

Better picks would be Pouncey and Spievy.

freebirdsrams02
03-25-2010, 02:56 PM
Love the Rams picks. If Dunlap fell to them in the 2nd round, the phone would be off the hook with calls to trade up for him. Which wouldn't be a bad idea to get more picks even though Dunlap will be a stud.

jCut
03-25-2010, 06:30 PM
edit: didn't realize butler and mcclain would play the same position

McClain is great.

I would rather have Saffold or Ducasse over Asamoah. Both bring added versatility, which our o-line needs.

Butler doesn't make sense after the McClain selection. Dexter McCluster would be a perfect selection here. We need another offensive playmaker, and McCluster can help in a lot of areas.

I don't think Asante brings anymore to the table than our current backup SS, David Bruton. J.D. Walton would be a nice steal here.

Pat Sims 90
03-25-2010, 06:36 PM
This has to be one of the worst Bengals Mocks i have seen

You dont fill any needs with any of the picks

RealityCheck
03-25-2010, 07:53 PM
Screw the rest of the draft. <3 Bryant.

prock
03-25-2010, 08:28 PM
That's a pretty bad Vikings mock

This. Not good.

Crazy_Chris
03-25-2010, 08:47 PM
Nate Allen is not a first round pick, Maurkice pouncey would be a much better pick in round 1. Then in round 2 give them Patrick Robinson or Daryl Washington.

T-RICH49
03-26-2010, 06:44 PM
did'nt know you hated KC that much but I guess you do byt looking at our draft

The OUTLAW
03-27-2010, 12:48 AM
Probably the single biggest need for the Browns is a safety. They did afterall have a WR playing safety the majority of the season. You also appear to be under the belief that the Browns run a 4-3 which they do not. Colt McCoy is a possibility (although not one I'd prefer) but the rest of the picks are awful other than Haden.

gpngc
03-27-2010, 02:34 AM
Probably the single biggest need for the Browns is a safety. They did afterall have a WR playing safety the majority of the season. You also appear to be under the belief that the Browns run a 4-3 which they do not. Colt McCoy is a possibility (although not one I'd prefer) but the rest of the picks are awful other than Haden.


Right, they do need to draft a safety probably.

Norwood is a 3-4 OLB, Carrington is a 3-4 end and Atkins could play 3-4 end easy. Maybe it's overkill but you can never have enough DL - I seem to have forgotten Chad Jones so POOF - instead of Atkins the Browns have instead selected him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Rejoice!

gpngc
03-27-2010, 02:40 AM
-If the Chiefs don't trade down I think they'll take the OT over the ILB or S. I love Gilyard, and Aaron Hernandez is going to be a fine pro. I also love the overlooked T.J. Ward. Lee is a monster as well... ? ? ?

-Nate Allen is definitely a "first round talent" (relative term anyway). What is more important is that he's a guy with a bright future in the NFL because he's got literally everything you look for in an NFL safety. Word on the street is that a lot of teams have him rated above Taylor Mays... He and Carlton Mitchell remain two overlooked prospects because of Matt Grothe University not getting much play in the media.