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Spartan4224
02-07-2011, 03:15 PM
-Donovan McNabb goes to Arizona in free Agency
-Vince Young get traded to Minnesota for a 4th Round Pick
-New England franchises Logan Mankins and then trades him to Seattle for a 2nd Round pick in the 2012 draft.

1st Round

1. Carolina: N. Fairley DT
2. Denver: P. Peterson DB
3. Buffalo: M. Dareus DL
4. Cincinnati: AJ Green WR
5. Arizona: R. Quinn LB/DE
6. Cleveland: D. Bowers DE
7. San Francisco: (Trade to DET; 13th, 45th): P. Amukamara DB
8. Tennessee: B. Gabbert QB
9. Dallas: (Trade to SD; 18th, 50th, 4th rd): J. Jones WR
10. Washington: R. Mallet QB
11. Houston: V. Miller LB/DE
12. Minnesota: C. Jordan DE
13. Detroit: (Trade to SF; 7th, 4th rd): A. Smith DE/LB
14. St. Louis: A. Ayers LB
15. Miami: C. Newton QB
16. Jacksonville: A. Clayborn DE
17. New England: R. Kerrigan LB/DE
18. San Diego: (Trade to DAL; 9th): B. Harris DB
19. NY Giants: S. Paea DT
20. Tampa Bay: JJ Watt DE/DT
21. Kansas City: J. Houston LB/DE
22. Indianapolis: N. Solder OT
23. Philadelphia: J. Smith DB
24. New Orleans: M. Ingram RB
25. Seattle: J. Locker QB
26. Baltimore: C. Heyward DL
27. Atlanta: A. Bailey DE
28. New England: T. Smith OL
29. NY Jets: C. Liuget DL
30. Chicago: D. Sherrod OT
31. Pittsburgh: M. Pouncey OL
32. Green Bay: G. Carimi OT

2nd Round

33. New England: (Trade to HOU; 42nd, 3rd Rd in 2012): A. Williams DB
34. Buffalo: A. Costanzo OT
35. Cincinnati: R. Moore DB
36. Denver: K. Rudolph TE
37. Cleveland: J. Baldwin WR
38. Arizona: R. Dowling DB
39. Tennessee: S. Wisniewski OL
40. Dallas: M. Cannon OL
41. Washington: P. Taylor DT
42. Houston: (Trade to NE; 33rd): M. Wilkerson DL
43. Minnesota: Q. Carter DB
44. Detroit: (Trade to SF; 7th, 4th rd): K. Burney DB
45. San Francisco: (Trade to PHI, K. Kolb): M. Herzlich LB
46. Denver: B. Carter LB
47. St. Louis: J. Beal DE/LB
48. Oakland: B. Ijalana OL
49. Jacksonville: R. Hudson OL
50. San Diego: (Trade to DAL; 9th): C. Ballard DL
51. Tampa Bay: G. Jones LB
52. NY Giants: M. Wilson LB
53. Indianapolis: D. Nevis DT
54. Philadelphia: D. Murray RB
55. Kansas City: T. Smith WR
56. New Orleans: D. Moch LB
57. Seattle: G. Romeus DE
58. Baltimore: C. Brown DB
59. Atlanta: L. Hankerson WR
60. New England: M. LeShore RB
61. San Diego: J. Jenkins DL
62. Chicago: M. Austin DT
63. Pittsburgh: B. Burton DB
64. Green Bay: B. Reed LB/DE

3rd Round

65. Carolina: T. Young WR
66. Denver: S. Acho DE
67. Buffalo: N. Enderle QB
68. Cincinnnati: R. Williams RB
69. Arizona: R. Cobb WR
70. Cleveland: (Trade to HOU; 75th, 5th rd): J. Powe DT
71. San Francisco: S. Vereen RB
72. Tennessee: J. Patrick DB
73. Dallas: Q. Sturdivant LB
74. New Orleans: J. Casey DT
75. Houston: (Trade to CLE; 70th): J. Sheard DE
76. New England: J. Jernigan WR
77. Detroit: M. Foster LB
78. St. Louis: K. Hunter RB
79. Miami: D. Watkins OL
80. Jacksonville: A. Black DB
81. Oakland: C. Kaepernick QB
82. San Diego: O. Franklin OT
83. NY Giants: D. Love OL
84. Tampa Bay: C. Chekwa DB
85. Kansas City: S. Fua DT
86. Indianapolis: R. Carmichael DB
87. Philadelphia: J. Pinkston OL
88. New Orleans: K. Sheppard LB
89. San Diego: S. Friday LB/DE
90. Baltimore: E. Gates WR
91. Atlanta: L. Kendricks TE
92. New England: J. Moffitt OL
93. Chicago: K. O'Dowd OL
94. NY Jets: J. Brewer OT
95. Pittsburgh: K. Ellis DL
96. Green Bay: J. Brown DB

noondog
02-07-2011, 03:20 PM
Love love love the Lions mock

Don Vito
02-07-2011, 03:21 PM
17. New England: R. Kerrigan LB/DE
28. New England: T. Smith OL
42. Houston: (Trade to NE; 33rd): M. Wilkerson DL
60. New England: M. LeShore RB
76. New England: J. Jernigan WR
92. New England: J. Moffitt OL

Not the best Pats draft. I love the Kerrigan pick and I like the Wilkerson and Moffitt picks. I like the idea of taking a tackle in the first, I would prefer Carimi over Smith for us. LeShoure would be decent value at the end of the second but I am content with our running backs, I would rather focus on our bigger needs in the first couple of rounds. We don't need any more small receivers, and although I like Jernigan I don't think we need a receiver like him. He would be good value in the third though.

The trade with Houston is decent but I think we would try to get more than a third next year if we were to pull off a move like that. The Mankins trade is pretty realistic.

49erNation85
02-07-2011, 03:26 PM
That is just ugly for SF.Trading for Kolb why?He is not worth an extra second round pick.

Pat Sims 90
02-07-2011, 04:16 PM
Give the Bengals OL in the 2nd then it is a good Bengals draft

Matthew Jones
02-07-2011, 04:45 PM
The Patriots likely won't accept that little for Mankins. By letting him leave in free agency, they would almost certainly pick up a third-round pick in 2012, and I think they could get a lot more for him, maybe something in the late first round (Chicago?) This guy is an All-Pro offensive guard, easily one of the best linemen in the NFL, and in the prime of his career. I'd love the picks the Patriots make though, although I'm not sure how likely Tyron Smith would be.

T-RICH49
02-07-2011, 04:48 PM
decent KC draft.hate you have SD getting Jones

coordinator0
02-07-2011, 05:16 PM
You started off good with Heyward to the Ravens in the first, but then you tapered off with pretty bad reaches in the 2nd and 3rd. I especially dislike the 2nd round pick with Reed, Young, Hankerson, Cobb, Sturdivant, Jernigan, and Foster all on the board.

BeerBaron
02-07-2011, 05:18 PM
I really don't like Marvin Austin, but it is a need position so I'll give you that. I think I'd prefer Jurell Casey as a DT there.

But getting Sherrod and O'Dowd would be very nice. Both players I like a lot.

Seasonticketholder
02-07-2011, 05:36 PM
Very solid mock draft for the Saints. Other than DE, we would have filled our key needs. I might be a little concerned, however, about Casey as a NT. I think Jarvis Jenkins in the second or Sione Fua in the third might make more sense.

GB12
02-07-2011, 06:44 PM
Like the Packers draft

fenikz
02-07-2011, 07:17 PM
Do you see us losing Breaston or Doucet?

WR is probably our deepest position, just don't see a spot for Cobb

Verloren
02-07-2011, 07:42 PM
Not liking the trade for Kolb. He seems massively overrated with this, and trading out of the top 10 doesn't seem like a good idea considering the talent available at OLB or CB @ #7.

Taking a RB in the 3rd is a knee-jerk reaction to Frank Gore going down. Anthony Dixon is a decent backup, and probably more RBs can be found in the later rounds. Would've been better to take a developmental QB there.

Abaddon
02-07-2011, 10:33 PM
48. Oakland: B. Ijalana OL

Works. Big guy. Versatile. Small school. Classic Al Davis.

81. Oakland: C. Kaepernick QB

Unless you're projecting him to WR, this pick makes no sense. Taking Love there would be great value and would be a really good compliment to Ijalana. Whichever one looks the best at tackle stays at tackle. The other replaces Robert Gallery.

Moffitt would be a great pick as well. He'd give Oakland the size/strength at center they've missed ever since Barrett Robbins lost his damn mind.

prock
02-07-2011, 10:58 PM
I wouldn't hate this Vikings mock.

thebow305
02-07-2011, 11:35 PM
Cam is the perfect pick in the 1st, and I like Watkins, but if we went for the interior OL with our 3rd rounder, I'd prefer John Moffitt or Kris O'Dowd.

jared3
02-08-2011, 12:15 AM
RB Mikel Leshoure at # 60 overall. No way. Yes, RBs slip in come draft day but I doubt a poor man's Rashard Mendenhall falls late in the 2nd round. Same for WR Leonard Hankerson.

yodabear
02-08-2011, 01:23 AM
Fail, unless u have the Rams signing a big named WR or something in he offseason. We need a WR!

AntoinCD
02-08-2011, 03:34 AM
If we go OT in the first Id prefer Carimi over Smith.

I get the trade down with Houston but with the leverage of the 33rd pick now with the draft change I would expect at least a second round pick in 2012. I do like the Wilkerson pick though.

Not a fan of taking Leshoure. I would prefer Brooks Reed. We need a lot of help at OLB at Kerrigan and Reed would be an amazing haul.

In the third I'd prefer Watson to Jernigan. I don't see WR as a big need unless it is great value with the right player.

I really wouldn't mind if the Pats doubled up on some positions of need.

Kerrigan and Reed
Carimi, Watkins and Moffitt
Wilkerson

That would be a good first two days. Then we can look for depth in the secondary and at RB in the later rounds

Poz51
02-08-2011, 06:39 AM
3. Buffalo: M. Dareus DL
34. Buffalo: A. Costanzo OT
36. Denver: K. Rudolph TE
52. NY Giants: M. Wilson LB
67. Buffalo: N. Enderle QB
88. New Orleans: K. Sheppard LB

Dareus in the 1st works, I would prefer Rudolph (our TE's are back ups and street FA's at this point) or Wilson myself in the second, but understand the Costanzo pick, so I could live with that. Not sure Enderle (not sure he's a 3rd rounder at this point) fits what they want in a QB, particualarly reading D's, but if they went that direction it would make sense in that they (Nix and Gailey) know QB's better than most, Sheppard like Wilson would fit what they want next to Poz at the other ILB spot. Its still a good effort for the Bills overall, particualarly in round 1 and 2, can not fault anyone for drafting the lines myself.

DiG
02-08-2011, 08:17 AM
hate the ryan mallet pick but i like taylor in the 2nd. mallet is simply a poor fit for shanahans offense.

wicket
02-08-2011, 01:00 PM
Change the saints first rounder in Heyward and you have the perfect saints mock, as much as other people might try and trick you rb is not a need for the saints at all.

Dam8610
02-08-2011, 01:48 PM
John Moffitt in the 3rd please. Otherwise, not terrible, not great.

villagewarrior
02-08-2011, 02:10 PM
Like the Chiefs first 2 picks, ok with the 3rd one. Would probably prefer Kelvin Sheppard or John Moffitt over Fua but ok with that one too.

DieHardDallasFanInDMV
02-08-2011, 03:05 PM
I thnk I'm ok with this. Not in love with it but I wouldn't be mad if it turned out like that for my boys.

Spartan4224
02-09-2011, 09:51 AM
Do you see us losing Breaston or Doucet?

WR is probably our deepest position, just don't see a spot for Cobb

I was thinking Breaston might leave and Cobb would be insurance.

Spartan4224
02-09-2011, 09:55 AM
Works. Big guy. Versatile. Small school. Classic Al Davis.



Unless you're projecting him to WR, this pick makes no sense. Taking Love there would be great value and would be a really good compliment to Ijalana. Whichever one looks the best at tackle stays at tackle. The other replaces Robert Gallery.

Moffitt would be a great pick as well. He'd give Oakland the size/strength at center they've missed ever since Barrett Robbins lost his damn mind.

THe Kapernick pick is an Al Davis reach. I understand this would be way too early for him, but if Al doesn't get a Free Agent quarterback I could see him reaching for someone like him and hoping Jackson can turn him into a starter.

Seasonticketholder
02-09-2011, 06:36 PM
Change the saints first rounder in Heyward and you have the perfect saints mock, as much as other people might try and trick you rb is not a need for the saints at all.

Please do not heed this advice. We can ignore the need at RB if we want and the pressure will continue to fall squarely on Drew's shoulders to get it done each week. When he's on, we'll win. But when he's off, we'll lose to teams like Arizana and Cleveland.

I like Heyward but there's no way he's the BPA over Ingram. Also, Heyward is a better fit in a 3-4 defense. Same with JJ Watt. I believe we need DE help but I am not willing to see the Saints reach and I am also not interested in seeeing us try to fit a round peg into a square hole. If Kerrigan is there, then there should be some debate. Same with Smith. But unless a top DE falls to us, Ingram is our best bet. That is why my hope is to see this team go out in FA and try to add a DE or two that could help. And with it looking like Will Smith will miss the first four games, we won't have any choice.

One other thought. Saints fans feel we need pass rushing help. Do you think Heyward and Watt are those type of pass-rushing specialist? I certainly do not. Again, I like both players. But we have to be careful, if you ask me, about just looking to draft a DE for DE sakes.

Abaddon
02-09-2011, 07:16 PM
THe Kapernick pick is an Al Davis reach. I understand this would be way too early for him, but if Al doesn't get a Free Agent quarterback I could see him reaching for someone like him and hoping Jackson can turn him into a starter.

You obviously missed the two occasions where Al has publicly anointed Jason Campbell the second coming of Jim Plunkett. Al's not in the market for a QB. He believes he has one.

But, for the sake of argument, say Al was looking at QBs. He doesn't care for runners. Bug, cannon armed, pocket passers. That's his thing. QB may be the one position where Al couldn't care less what sort of 40 a guy runs.