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Scotty D
02-04-2011, 01:37 AM
*constructive criticism appreciated

Round 1
1.Carolina Panthers – Nick Fairley, DT – Auburn
2.Denver Broncos – Da’Quan Bowers, DE – Clemson
3.Buffalo Bills – Robert Quinn, LB – UNC
4.Cincinnati Bengals – AJ Green, WR – Georgia
5.Arizona Cardinals – Patrick Peterson, CB – LSU
6.Cleveland Browns – Marcell Dareus, DE – Alabama
7.San Francisco 49ers – Von Miller, LB – Texas A&M
8.Tennessee Titans – Cameron Newton, QB – Auburn
9.Dallas Cowboys – Cameron Jordan, DE – Cal
10.Washington Redskins – Blaine Gabbert, QB – Missouri
11.Houston Texans – Prince Amukamara, CB - Nebraska
12.Minnesota Vikings – Nate Solder, OT – Colorado
13.Detroit Lions – Ryan Kerrigan, DE – Purdue
14.St. Louis Rams – Julio Jones, WR – Alabama
15.Miami Dolphins – Jake Locker, QB – Washington
16.Jacksonville Jaguars – Aldon Smith, DE – Missouri
17.New England Patriots(f/ OAK) – Cameron Heyward, DE – Ohio State
18.San Diego Chargers – JJ Watt, DE – Wisconsin
19.New York Giants – Gabe Carimi, OT – Wisconsion
20.Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Akeem Ayers, LB – UCLA
21.Kansas City Chiefs – Justin Houston, LB – Georgia
22.Indianapolis Colts – Derek Sherrod, OT – Mississippi State
23.Philadelphia Eagles – Brandon Harris, CB – Miami
24.New Orleans Saints – Adrian Clayborn, DE – Iowa
25.Seattle Seahawks – Jimmy Smith, CB – Colordao
26.Baltimore Ravens – Jon Baldwin, WR - Pittsburgh
27.Atlanta Falcons – Titus Young, WR – Boise State
28.New England Patriots – Mark Ingram, RB – Alabama
29.Chicago Bears – Anthony Castonzo, OT – Boston College
30.New York Jets – Brooks Reed, LB – Arizona
31.Pittsburgh Steelers – Marcus Cannon, OG - TCU
32.Green Bay Packers – Tyron Smith, OT – USC

Round 2
33.New England Patriots – Mike Pouncey, OG – Florida
34.Buffalo Bills – Ryan Mallett, QB – Arkansas
35. Cincinnati Bengals – Mikel Leshoure, RB - Illinois
36.Denver Broncos – Rahim Moore, S – UCLA
37.Cleveland Browns – Leonard Hankerson, WR – Miami
38.Arizona Cardinals – Martez Wilson, ILB – Illinois
39.Tennessee Titans – Allen Bailey, DE – Miami
40.Dallas Cowboys – Aaron Williams, CB – Texas
41.Washington Redskins – Phil Taylor, DL – Baylor
42.Houston Texans – Torrey Smith, WR – Maryland
43.Minnesota Vikings – Christian Ponder, QB – Florida State
44.Detroit Lions – Mason Foster, LB – Washington
45.San Francisco 49ers – Curtis Brown, CB – Texas
46.Denver Broncos – Brandon Burton, CB – Utah
47.St. Louis Rams – Corey Liuget, DT – Illinois
48.Oakland Raiders – Bruce Carter, LB – UNC
49.Jacksonville Jaguars – Mark Herzlich, LB – Boston College
50.San Diego Chargers – DeAndre McDaniel, SS – Clemson
51.Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jabaal Sheard, DE – Pittsburgh
52.New York Giants – Stefan Wisniewski, OL – Penn State
53.Indianapolis Colts – Drake Nevis, DT – LSU
54.Philadelphia Eagles – James Carpenter, OG – Alabama
55.Kansas City Chiefs – Jerrell Powe, DT – Mississippi
56.New Orleans Saints – Dontay Moch, LB - Nevada
57.Seattle Seahawks – Stephen Paea, DT – Oregon State
58.Baltimore Ravens – Christian Ballard, DL – Iowa
59.Atlanta Falcons – Kyle Rudolph, TE – Notre Dame
60.New England Patriots – Sam Acho, LB – Texas
61.San Diego Chargers – Quan Sturdivant, LB – UNC
62.Chicago Bears – Orlando Franklin, OG - Miami
63.Pittsburgh Steelers – Derrick Locke, RB – Kentucky
64.Green Bay Packers – Jeremy Beal, LB – Oklahoma

Round 3
65.Carolina Panthers – Luke Stocker, TE – Tennessee
66.Cincinnati Bengals – Greg McElroy, QB – Alabama
67.Denver Broncos – Ras I Dowling, CB - Virginia
68.Buffalo Bills – Lance Kendricks, TE – Wisconsion
69.Arizona Cardinals –Ben Ijalana, OG – Villanova
70.Cleveland Browns – Kelvin Sheppard, LB – LSU
71.Dallas Cowboys – Deunta Williams, S – UNC
72.New Orlean Saints(f/WAS) – Sione Fua, DT – Stanford
73.Houston Texans – Ahmad Black, S – Florida
74.New England Patriots(/f MIN) – Jerrel Jernigan, WR – Troy
75.Detroit Lions – Clint Boling, OG – Georgia
76.San Francisco 49ers – Andy Dalton, QB – TCU
77.Tennessee Titans – Greg Jones, LB – Michigan State
78.St. Louis Rams – Jeron Johnson, SS – Boise State
79.Miami Dolphins – John Moffit, OG – Wisconsin
80.Jacksonville Jaguars – Colin Kaepernick, QB – Nevada
81.Oakland Raiders – Rodney Hudson, OG – Florida State
82.San Diego Chargers – Danny Watkins, OG – Baylor
83.New York Giants – Nate Irving, LB – NC State
84.Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jalil Brown, CB – Colorado
85.Philadelphia Eagles - Muhammed Wilkerson, DT – Temple
86.Kansas City Chiefs – Vincent Brown, WR – San Diego State
87.Indianapolis Colts – Chykie Brown, CB – Texas
88.New Orlean Saints – Randall Cobb, WR – Kentucky
89.San Diego Chargers(f/SEA) – Johnny Patrick, CB – Louisville
90.Baltimore Ravens – Casey Matthews, LB – Oregon
91.Atlanta Falcons – Ryan Williams, RB – Virginia Tech
92.New England Patriots – Davon House, CB – New Mexico State
93.Chicago Bears – Jurrell Casey, DT – USC
94.New York Jets – Greg Little, WR – UNC
95.Pittsburgh Steelers – Jarvis Jenkins, DE – Clemson
96.Green Bay Packers – Shane Vereen, RB - Cal

Ucla49ersFan
02-04-2011, 01:43 AM
Excellent draft for the 49ers, especially where they are likely to lose Lawson this offseason.

T-RICH49
02-04-2011, 01:50 AM
solid KC draft

proshoota25
02-04-2011, 02:39 AM
interesting pats mock. its def not my favorite because i want an impact, stud OLB at 17. but i honestly could def see something like that unfolding. not bad man

RaiderNation
02-04-2011, 02:59 AM
Wisniewski would make more sense in the 2nd, fills bigger need and we just hired his uncle as an assistant.

In the 3rd we could go OLB like Casey Matthews. We looked at him according to reports at the Senior Bowl and could be a big contributer at WLB and maybe special teams

Scotty D
02-04-2011, 03:11 AM
Wisniewski would make more sense in the 2nd, fills bigger need and we just hired his uncle as an assistant.

In the 3rd we could go OLB like Casey Matthews. We looked at him according to reports at the Senior Bowl and could be a big contributer at WLB and maybe special teams

Wiz and Matthews does sound better than Carter/Hudson.

interesting pats mock. its def not my favorite because i want an impact, stud OLB at 17. but i honestly could def see something like that unfolding. not bad man

Making a three round mock allowed me to realize the potential the Patriots have to rape the NFL for the next couple of years. Though I'm sure they will trade a couple of those picks for future ones . Maybe this is the year they use some picks to move up.

akvikefan89
02-04-2011, 03:32 AM
Solder? At #12? To a team with a long-time solid LT and improving 2nd round RT who's a 2-year pro?

Scotty D
02-04-2011, 03:36 AM
Solder? At #12? To a team with a long-time solid LT and improving 2nd round RT who's a 2-year pro?

I don't think very highly of McKinnie or Loadholt. Jeff Backus>Bryant McKinnie. Also, Gabbert and Newton are gone. Who else would you want? I feel dirty even putting Locker mid first round.

akvikefan89
02-04-2011, 04:10 AM
I don't think very highly of McKinnie or Loadholt. Jeff Backus>Bryant McKinnie. Also, Gabbert and Newton are gone. Who else would you want? I feel dirty even putting Locker mid first round.

Backus > McKinnie is silly, but it's Lions fan vs. Vikings fan, so no point arguing it I guess...

As long as you're going to put Locker #15, why not #12?

If we didn't go QB, Ryan Kerrigan, Aldon Smith, or Akeem Ayers. Huge hole at LE with Ray Edwards leaving, and no plan for our open OLB spot with the fast-declining Ben Leber leaving this offseason. Those are better players and fill bigger needs.

Scotty D
02-04-2011, 04:26 AM
Well, I guess all I can say as a Lion fan is that I do hope the Vikings move forward with McKinnie and Loadholt.

gouldo
02-04-2011, 04:29 AM
Not a fan of Locker to Miami.

Ingram would be my preferred pick in the 1st, and in the 3rd, Kaepernick. I think Henne will be given one more crack with a new OC, just to see wether or not he has the ability to be a full time starter.

asdf1223
02-04-2011, 07:31 AM
I will do a happy dance if we can get Stephen Paea in the 2nd. Jimmy Smith is also awesome.

Matthew Jones
02-04-2011, 08:23 AM
Ingram is a good value but the Patriots had the number nine rushing offense in the NFL last year. BenJarvus Green-Ellis is only going to be 26 by the start of next season and is coming off of a breakout year in which he had over 1000 yards at 4.4 yards per carry while scoring 13 touchdowns and not fumbling. Combine that with Danny Woodhead's simultaneous coming-out party last year and the Patriots will probably wait for a running back until the middle rounds and/or sign a mid-level guy in free agency. I'm actually shocked at how realistic the rest of the draft is for them, but I'd be hoping for Stefen Wisniewski there (just seems like a Patriot, rumor is they've targeted Pouncey and Wood in the first round before, nad d. That way, you'd hit on every single Patriots need with good fits. +rep for one of the best drafts I've seen on here.

Grizzlegom
02-04-2011, 08:30 AM
While not ideal, I could live with those Phins picks.

TimmG6376
02-04-2011, 09:32 AM
Smith - Can't say I'm a huge fan, but would have to trust the powers that be if this was the choice. OT of the future is definitely a need and he fits the ZBS. Hopefully he'd be able to be a backup while he adds strength and weight and not forced to start prematurely.

Beal - People are down on him after the Senior Bowl but most of the negative feedback was when he was doing the DE drills. When he switched to LB later in the week, it sounded like he looked much better. He weighed in a 268 at the Senior Bowl. If his future is a OLB he should probably drop 10-15 lbs and get quicker. His consistent production at OU and intangibles can't be denied.

Vereen - Would be a nice addition to the backfield and has KR ability. Would provide more explosiveness than B.Jackson on third down.

Overall I would be pretty happy if it went this way.

NGSeiler
02-04-2011, 09:33 AM
14.St. Louis Rams Julio Jones, WR Alabama
47.St. Louis Rams Corey Liuget, DT Illinois

Great combination of value and need, thumbs up.

78.St. Louis Rams Jeron Johnson, SS Boise State

Not as big a fan of this one. Certainly a position that could use an upgrade, but I don't think the value matches up here. An interior lineman (Moffitt, Hudson, Watkins) or a running back (Williams, Vereen, Hunter) would be better choices IMO.

killxswitch
02-04-2011, 09:36 AM
I like Sherrod and Nevis in the 1st and 2nd. Chykie Brown seems like a bit of a reach in the 3rd though and we don't really need corners that bad.

thenewfeature06
02-04-2011, 09:37 AM
Carter issssssssssssssssssssssssssss sexy but probably not the smartest choice. Plus, Hudson is a little undersized for Al I think. I really wouldn't be that dissapointed.

SimonRath
02-04-2011, 10:13 AM
27.Atlanta Falcons Titus Young, WR Boise State

59.Atlanta Falcons Kyle Rudolph, TE Notre Dame

91.Atlanta Falcons Ryan Williams, RB Virginia Tech


gorgeous. simply gorgeous.

coordinator0
02-04-2011, 10:16 AM
That's a pretty solid Ravens draft. I think I might prefer Young over Baldwin, but it's still a good pick.

49erNation85
02-04-2011, 11:02 AM
Very solid 49ers love each pick and value of each.As long as we address the QB in round two or three I'll be a happy camper.

Sniper
02-04-2011, 11:04 AM
*Sniper nods approvingly at Eagles mock*

Good job.

thebow305
02-04-2011, 11:12 AM
Solid although unspectacular Phins draft.

Diehard
02-04-2011, 11:54 AM
I don't see Denver taking 2 cornerbacks in their first 4 picks.

CJSchneider
02-04-2011, 12:00 PM
For the Saints, in round 2, I'd rather see Paea as the pick. That would allow us to take Ahmad Black and Casey Matthews in the 3rd.

TACKLE
02-04-2011, 12:05 PM
APS will probably come in here kicking and screaming about the pick, but I can live with Baldwin. Ballard would be nice pick in the 2nd that and is a really good value and a great fit for our defense. In the 3rd, we need an ILB next to Ray but Casey Matthews in the 3rd is a reach imo.

Smooth Criminal
02-04-2011, 12:09 PM
Cannon is a great pick for the Steelers. He could probably start from day 1 at RG. A line of Starks-Kemo-Pouncey-Cannon-Colon is certainly better than the one that will play in the Superbowl sunday, Scott-Kemo-Legursky-Foster-Adams.

Not a fan of the other two picks. RB in the 2nd cant happen. We have aging players all over the defense and need to find help at CB and young blood along the DL and ILB. Farrior, Hampton, and Smith are getting very old, and Ike Taylor is a FA.

In the 2nd and 3rd I'd like to see two talented defensive players. Position really isn't important because you could make a case for any of them, so BPA.

Scotty D
02-04-2011, 12:41 PM
Thanks for the comments everyone. I'm taking note of everything.

Hines
02-04-2011, 02:34 PM
Change Locke with Dowling and I'd be happy. With that being said, I do like Locke.

prock
02-04-2011, 02:41 PM
I like the needs addressed for the Vikes but, Solder + Ponder << Wisniewski + Locker, IMO.

Scotty D
02-04-2011, 03:15 PM
I like the needs addressed for the Vikes but, Solder + Ponder << Wisniewski + Locker, IMO.

I think its close. I would move Wisniewski and Ballard up if I re-worked this.

I don't see Denver taking 2 cornerbacks in their first 4 picks.

That was a mistake on my part. I'd only give them one.

Babylon
02-04-2011, 03:42 PM
Seattle

Smith seems to be a guy on the rise and Paea is excellant value there in the second.

Good place for Locker there in the middle of the first. Props to you for not walking off the cliff with the rest of the lemmings.

vikes_28
02-04-2011, 08:54 PM
right positions, wrong places and players. Solder is a huge reach at #12. I would not mind Locker at #12 at all.

Hermstheman83
02-04-2011, 09:41 PM
While it's hard to argue with your picks for Kansas City(Personally, I love it!). May I ask why you put OLB as our first pick? We just signed Studebaker to a long term deal and drafted Sheffield(5th round) last year as a "pass rushing specialist". I wouldn't say we are loaded at that area but I could see us addressing RT or Center at that pick. Looking at our "needs" i would say we would need a center with Casey Weigman starting social security. By your draft It would seem silly to draft The Center from Penn State that high, but Pioli hasn't been afraid to pull the trigger and reach for a player(see Tyson Jackson). It's hard not to like Wisnieski(sp) having hall of fame blood lines.

But that's just food for thought man. I think your draft is really good for all teams.

GoRavens
02-05-2011, 12:29 AM
I'm gunna go Kurt Cobain myself after that Ravens bologna.

LonghornsLegend
02-05-2011, 12:55 AM
I really don't like the Cameron Jordan pick in the 1st round Scotty. We have some players like Stephen Bowen we really like, and Igor is still here, if Marcell Dareus is off the board you can mark off any other DE without a trade down IMO. Stephen Bowen has always impressed, and unless we get a difference maker like Dareus I think our staff would be inclined to go elsewhere like Prince.


CB is much more of a trouble area, Prince is a great pick and makes Jenkins a pretty sexy option as a #2 CB longterm.

Your 2nd and 3rd rd picks were just super sexy. If you could guarantee me Aaron Williams would be there in the 2nd round I'd pass on Prince, I am also a huge fan of Deunta Williams.


I'd rather go Phil Taylor if the 2nd if we went Prince 1st, he'd definately have a fit on our D-line. If we still took Aaron Williams in the 2nd we would have to either move up or back if we wanted to go outside of Prince. Trade up options are Peterson and Dareus, and there are tons of options if we move back.

jCut
02-05-2011, 02:22 AM
Denver has too many needs to pick three DBs in three rounds. Switch it up a bit, maybe Bowers, Foster, Liuget, Dowling.

Scotty D
02-05-2011, 03:26 AM
I really don't like the Cameron Jordan pick in the 1st round Scotty. We have some players like Stephen Bowen we really like, and Igor is still here, if Marcell Dareus is off the board you can mark off any other DE without a trade down IMO. Stephen Bowen has always impressed, and unless we get a difference maker like Dareus I think our staff would be inclined to go elsewhere like Prince.



Why Dareus but not Jordan? Different types of 34 DEs? Personal preference?

While it's hard to argue with your picks for Kansas City(Personally, I love it!). May I ask why you put OLB as our first pick? We just signed Studebaker to a long term deal and drafted Sheffield(5th round) last year as a "pass rushing specialist". I wouldn't say we are loaded at that area but I could see us addressing RT or Center at that pick. Looking at our "needs" i would say we would need a center with Casey Weigman starting social security. By your draft It would seem silly to draft The Center from Penn State that high, but Pioli hasn't been afraid to pull the trigger and reach for a player(see Tyson Jackson). It's hard not to like Wisnieski(sp) having hall of fame blood lines.

But that's just food for thought man. I think your draft is really good for all teams.

My thinking is guys like Studebaker and Sheffield don't have the same potential as a player like Houston. I'm not in love with the pick though and will consider your info next time around. Thanks for the kind words about the mock!

Denver has too many needs to pick three DBs in three rounds. Switch it up a bit, maybe Bowers, Foster, Liuget, Dowling.

If you let Champ walk you may want to do that, but I accidentally gave them two CBs.

I'm gunna go Kurt Cobain myself after that Ravens bologna.

coordinator and TACKLE liked it. :(

ATLDirtyBirds
02-05-2011, 07:38 AM
I'd be a very happy man. Although I find that I'm starting to lean Vereen over Williams as far as our #2 RB goes.


Edit: Looking it over, sign me up for DeMarco Murray in the 3rd.

thegreatone
02-05-2011, 07:45 AM
Give the Ravens Reed in the 1st. Fine with the 2nd. Give them Little in the 3rd.

D-Rod
02-05-2011, 07:50 AM
gorgeous. simply gorgeous.

that would be absolutely ideal

SimonRath
02-05-2011, 08:28 AM
that would be absolutely ideal

so much fire power!

StrikeAnywhere
02-05-2011, 08:45 AM
maybe Bowers, Foster, Liuget, Dowling.

I think that would be better too. Denver really only has 1 DT on the roster that is cut out to play the 4-3, I think that DT is their #1 need from the draft.

Seasonticketholder
02-05-2011, 08:58 AM
For the Saints, I would MUCH prefer Mark Ingram over Clayborn in the first and Stephen Paea over Moch in the second. In the third, if Moch is still around, then I take him there. With the final pick, I take Quinton Carter who I do not see (unless I missed him) in this draft at all.

SimonRath
02-05-2011, 09:44 AM
I'd be a very happy man. Although I find that I'm starting to lean Vereen over Williams as far as our #2 RB goes.


Edit: Looking it over, sign me up for DeMarco Murray in the 3rd.

I do like Murray a lot, but doesnt he have a little injury history? I know Williams does too, but i thought Murrays was bigger.

LonghornsLegend
02-05-2011, 10:27 AM
Why Dareus but not Jordan? Different types of 34 DEs? Personal preference?


Yea some of it is personal preference, some of it is because I think Dareus is a special player as a 3-4 End and just on a different tier then that of Jordan. I really like Jordan, but I don't think he'd be worth a top 10 pick when someone like Cam Heyward can go 10 picks later, Allen Bailey goes a round later, etc. Dareus has some concerns on his character, but when he gives it his all he's a monster on the field and I don't think any of those other guys are on his level.


I really don't like taking a 3-4 DE that high, I don't want to end up with a Marcus Spears, Tyson Jackson type of player. A starter who plays solid. I want a guy the offense needs to account for, who can get after the QB from multiple positions, I don't really see that with anyone except Dareus.


I just don't think Jordan would really do us better then Prince. He probably isn't gonna be the higher rated player, not a bigger need then CB, and I'd hate to just settle for the next best player at said position without moving around(granted you didn't do any trades this time but just something to keep in mind).

Dam8610
02-05-2011, 10:36 AM
The first pick is excellent, Sherrod seems to be a solid player at the position of biggest need for the Colts.

The second pick is okay, I'm a fan of Nevis, so that influences my opinion, and while it's not a position of great need, it's still a player who will at worst be a contributor in the rotation, and at best could be the UT Colts fans have looked for for years. That said, ideally this pick is a RT or OG who could kick in to C. The guy right below Nevis in terms of draft order might be a good option here, I think Carpenter could probably play RT at the next level.

The third pick is terrible, the Colts don't need a CB, except possibly for depth. Powers, Hayden, Tryon, Lacey, and Thomas (who was injured his rookie year) are all virtual locks to make the team. This pick would be much better used on OL.

vidae
02-05-2011, 11:19 AM
Good job for KC.