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SeanTaylorRIP
02-08-2011, 04:41 PM
First 7 round mock of the year, post superbowl, pre combine. Please give criticism to improve my next 7 rounder after the combine. This mock does not have any trades or does not include comp. picks. Sorry too lazy to type out every teams picks, so just CTRL+F to make sure you don’t miss any picks.

First Round:

1) Carolina (2-14) Nick Fairley/DT/Auburn
2) Denver (4-12) Da’Quan Bowers/DE/Clemson
3) Buffalo (4-12) Cam Newton/QB/Auburn
4) Cincinnati (4-12) AJ Green/WR/Georgia
5) Arizona (5-11) Patrick Peterson/CB/LSU
6) Cleveland (5-11) Marcell Dareus DT/Alabama
7) San Francisco (6-10) Von Miller/OLB/Texas A&M
8 ) Tennessee (6-10) Robert Quinn/DE/UNC
9) Dallas (6-10) Prince Amukamara/CB/Nebraska
10) Washington (6-10) Julio Jones/WR/Alabama
11) Houston (6-10) Cam Jordan/DE/Cal
12) Minnesota (6-10) Blaine Gabbert/QB/Missouri
13) Detroit (6-10) Ryan Kerrigan/DE/Purdue
14) St. Louis (7-9) Aldon Smith DE/Missouri
15) Miami (7-9) Gabe Carimi OT/Wisconsin
16) Jacksonville (8-8) J.J. Watt DE/Wisconsin
17) New England - from Oakland (8-8) Justin Houston/OLB/Georgia
18 ) San Diego (9-7) Cameron Heyward/DE/Ohio State
19) New York Giants (10-6) Nate Solder/OT/Colorado
20) Tampa Bay (10-6) Adrian Clayborne/DE/Iowa
21) Kansas City* (10-6) Stephen Paea/DT/Oregon State
22) Indianapolis* (10-6) Derek Sherrod/OT/Mississippi State
23) Philadelphia* (10-6) Akeem Ayers/OLB/UCLA
24) New Orleans* (11-5) Corey Liuget/DT/Illinois
25) Seattle* (7-9) Jake Locker/QB/Washington
26) Baltimore* (12-4) Jimmy Smith/CB/Colorado
27) Atlanta* (13-3) Tyron Smith/OT/USC
28 ) New England* (14-2) Anthony Costanzo/OT/Boston College
29) Chicago* (11-5) Mike Pouncey/OG/Florida
30) New York Jets* (11-5) Christian Ballard/DE/Iowa
31) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Marcus Cannon/OL/TCU
32) Green Bay* (10-6) Brandon Harris/CB/Miami

2nd Round

33) New England - from Carolina (2-14) Brooks Reed/LB/Arizona
34) Buffalo (4-12) Allen Bailey/DE/Miami
35) Cincinnati (4-12) Ryan Mallett/QB/Arkansas
36) Denver (4-12) Aaron Williams/CB/Texas
37) Cleveland (5-11) Torrey Smith/WR/Maryland
38 ) Arizona (5-11) Dontay Moch/OLB/Nevada
39) Tennessee (6-10) Stephen Wisniewski/C/Penn State
40) Dallas (6-10) Rahim Moore/S/UCLA
41) Washington (6-10) Phil Taylor/DT/Baylor
42) Houston (6-10) Jerrel Jernigan/WR/Troy
43) Minnesota (6-10) Deunta Williams/S/UNC
44) Detroit (6-10) Mark Ingram/RB/Alabama
45) San Francisco (6-10) Brandon Burton/CB/Utah
46) Denver - from Miami (7-9) Mason Foster/LB/Washington
47) St. Louis (7-9) Leonard Hankerson/WR/Miami
48 ) Oakland (8-8) Davon House/CB/New Mexico State
49) Jacksonville (8-8) Colin Kaepernick/QB/Nevada
50) San Diego (9-7) Jonathan Baldwin/WR/Pitt
51) Tampa Bay (10-6) Jeremy Beal/DE/Oklahoma
52) New York Giants (10-6) Drake Nevis/DL/LSU
53) Indianapolis* (10-6) Danny Watkins/G/Baylor
54) Philadelphia* (10-6) Deandre Mcdaniel/S/Clemson
55) Kansas City* (10-6) Titus Young/WR/Boise State
56) New Orleans* (11-5) Kelvin Sheppard/LB/LSU
57) Seattle* (7-9) Curtis Brown/CB/Texas
58 ) Baltimore* (12-4) Martez Wilson/LB/Illinois
59) Atlanta* (13-3) Sam Acho DE/Texas
60) New England* (14-2) Ahmad Black/S/Florida
61) San Diego - from New York Jets* (11-5) Nate Irving/LB/NCState
62) Chicago* (11-5) Mikel Leshoure/RB/Illinois
63) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Ras-I Dowling/CB/Virginia
64) Green Bay* (10-6) Rodney Hudson/G/Florida State

3rd Round

65) Carolina (2-14) Jabaal Sheard/DE/Pitt
66) Cincinnati (4-12) Ben Ijalana/G/Villanova
67) Denver (4-12) Jurrell Casey/DT/USC
68 ) Buffalo (4-12) Kyle Rudolph/TE/Notre Dame
69) Arizona (5-11) D.J. Williams/TE/Arkansas
70) Cleveland (5-11) Quan Sturdivant/LB/UNC
71) Dallas (6-10) Kendrick Ellis/NT/Hampton
72) New Orleans - from Washington (6-10) Bruce Carter/LB/UNC
73) Houston (6-10) Steven Friday/OLB/Virginia Tech
74) New England - from Minnesota (6-10) Muhammad Wilkerson/DE/Temple
75) Detroit (6-10) Greg Jones/LB/Michigan State
76) San Francisco (6-10) Andy Dalton/QB/TCU
77) Tennessee (6-10) Christian Ponder/QB/Florida State
78 ) St. Louis (7-9) DeMarco Murray/RB/Oklahoma
79) Miami (7-9) Jerell Powe/NT/Ole Miss
80) Jacksonville (8-8) Quinton Carter/S/Oklahoma
81) Oakland (8-8) John Moffitt/G/Wisconsin
82) San Diego (9-7) Jeron Johnson/S/Boise State
83) New York Giants (10-6) Daniel Thomas/RB/Kansas State
84) Tampa Bay (10-6) K.J. Wright/OLB/Mississippi State
85) Philadelphia* (10-6) Ryan Williams/RB/Virginia Tech
86) Kansas City* (10-6) Lee Ziemba/OT/Auburn
87) Indianapolis* (10-6) Jake Kirkpatrick/C/TCU
88 ) New Orleans* (11-5) Kendall Hunter/RB/Oklahoma State
89) San Diego - from Seattle* (7-9) Jaiquawn Jarrett/FS/Temple
90) Baltimore* (12-4) Greg Little/WR/UNC
91) Atlanta* (13-3) Vincent Brown/WR/San Diego State
92) New England* (14-2) Tim Barnes/C/Missouri
93) Chicago* (11-5) Jalil Brown/CB/Colorado
94) New York Jets* (11-5) Randall Cobb/WR/Kentucky
95) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Jarvis Jenkins/DE/Clemson
96) Green Bay* (10-6) Rashad Carmichael/CB/Virginia Tech

4th Round

97) Carolina (2-14) Dwyane Harris/WR/ECU
98 ) Seattle - from New England via Denver (4-12) Sione Fua/DT/Stanford
99) Buffalo (4-12) Greg Lloyd/ILB/Connecticut
100) Cincinnati (4-12) Marvin Austin/DT/UNC
101) Cleveland (5-11) Clint Bolling/OT/Georgia
102) Arizona (5-11) Jason Pinkston/OT/Pitt
103) Philadelphia - from Washington (6-10) Casey Matthews/LB/Oregon
104) Houston (6-10) Johnny Patrick/CB/Louisville
105) Minnesota (6-10) Orlando Franklin/OL/Miami
106) Detroit (6-10) Shareece Wright/CB/USC
107) San Francisco (6-10) Shane Vereen/RB/Cal
108 ) Tennessee (6-10) Luke Stocker/TE/Tennessee
109) Dallas (6-10) DeMarcus Love/OL/Arkansas
110) Miami (7-9) Ricky Stanzi/QB/Iowa
111) St. Louis (7-9) Colin McCarthy/LB/Miami
112) Oakland (8-8) Pat Devlin/QB/Delaware
113) Jacksonville (8-8) Tyler Sash/S/Iowa
114) San Francisco - from San Diego (9-7) Andrew Jackson/G/Fresno State
115) Tampa Bay (10-6) Erig Hagg/S/Nebraska
116) New York Giants (10-6) Chykie Brown/CB/Texas
117) Kansas City* (10-6) Austin Pettis/WR/Boise State
118 ) Indianapolis* (10-6) Lawrence Guy/DT/Arizona State
119) Philadelphia* (10-6) Keith Williams/OG/Nebraska
120) Jacksonville - from New Orleans* (11-5) Kristofer O’dowd/C/USC
121) Buffalo - from Seattle* (7-9) Greg Salas/WR/Hawaii
122) Baltimore* (12-4) Pernell Mcphee/DE/Mississippi State
123) Atlanta* (13-3) Greg Romeus/DE/Pitt
124) New England* (14-2) Ronald Johnson/WR/USC
125) New York Jets* (11-5) Cris Carter/OLB/Fresno State
126) Chicago* (11-5) Edmond Gates/WR/Abiliene Christian
127) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Mario Addison/LB/Troy
128 ) Green Bay* (10-6) Terrence Tolliver/WR/LSU

5th Round

129) Carolina (2-14) Lance Kendricks/TE/Wisconsin
130) Buffalo (4-12) James Carpenter/OT/Alabama
131) Cincinnati (4-12) Adrian Motten/LB/Maryland
132) Tampa Bay - from Denver (4-12) Owen Marecic/FB/Stanford
133) Arizona (5-11) Nathan Enderle/QB/Idaho
134) Cleveland (5-11) Graig Cooper/RB/Miami
135) Houston (6-10) Noel Devine/RB/PR/West Virginia
136) Minnesota (6-10) Cliff Matthews/DE/South Carolina
137) Detroit (6-10) Mark Herzlich/OLB/Boston College
138 ) San Francisco (6-10) Zane Parr/DE/Virginia
139) Tennessee (6-10) Will Hill/S/Florida
140) Dallas (6-10) Robert Sands/S/West Virginia
141) Washington (6-10) Marcus Gilbert/OT/Florida
142) St. Louis (7-9) Adrian Taylor/DT/Oklahoma
143) Miami (7-9) Jacquizz Rodgers/RB/Oregon State
144) Jacksonville (8-8) Tejay Johnson/S/TCU
145) Oakland (8-8) Stanley Havalii/FB/USC
146) Philadelphia - from San Diego (9-7) Tyrod Taylor/QB/Virginia Tech
147) Minnesota - from New York Giants (10-6) Justin Rogers/CB/Richmond
148 ) Tampa Bay (10-6) Derrick Locke/RB/Kentucky
149) Indianapolis* (10-6) Jermale Hines/S/Ohio State
150) Philadelphia* (10-6) Weslye Saunders/TE/South Carolina
151) Kansas City* (10-6) Doug Houge/LB/Syracuse
152) Washington - from New Orleans* (11-5) Zach Hurd/G/UCONN
153) Seattle* (7-9) Kendic Burney/CB/North Carolina
154) Baltimore* (12-4) Da’Rel Scott/RB/Maryland
155) Atlanta* (13-3) Jordan Todman/RB/Uconn
156) New England* (14-2) Greg Mcelroy/QB/Alabama
157) Chicago* (11-5) Brandon Fusco/C/Slippery Rock
158 ) New York Jets* (11-5) Markus White/OLB/Florida State
159) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Dion Lewis/RB/Pitt
160) Green Bay* (10-6) Taiwan Jones/RB/Eastern Washington

6th Round

161) Carolina (2-14) Stephen Schilling/OG/Michigan
162) Cincinnati (4-12) Rick Elmore/DE/Arizona
163) Cleveland - from Denver (4-12) Josh Bynes/ILB/Auburn
164) Buffalo (4-12) Chimidi Chekwa/CB/Ohio State
165) Cleveland (5-11) Armon Binns/WR/Cincinnati
166) Arizona (5-11) Alex Wujciak/ILB/Maryland
167) Minnesota (6-10) Chris Walker/DE/Tennessee
168 ) Seattle - from Detroit (6-10) Karl Klug/DT/Iowa
169) San Francisco (6-10) Anthony Gray/NT/Southern Miss
170) Tennessee (6-10) Niles Paul/WR/Nebraska
171) Dallas (6-10) Jeremy Kerley/WR/PR/TCU
172) Washington (6-10) Delone Carter/RB/Syracuse
173) Houston (6-10) Ian Williams/NT/Notre Dame
174) Miami (7-9) Darvin Adams/WR/Auburn
175) St. Louis (7-9) Shiloh Keo/SS/Idaho
176) Oakland (8-8) Ryan Bartholomew/C/Syrcause
177) Jacksonville (8-8) Cecil Shorts/WR/Mount Union
178 ) San Diego (9-7) James Brewer/OT/Indiana
179) Detroit - from Philadelphia via Tampa Bay (10-6) Deandre Brown/WR/Southern Miss
180) New York Giants (10-6) Colin Baxter/C/Arizona
181) Philadelphia* (10-6) Courtney Smith/WR/South Alabama
182) Kansas City* (10-6) Taylor Potts/QB/Texas Tech
183) Indianapolis* (10-6) Marcus Gilchrist/CB/Clemson
184) Denver - from New England via New Orleans* (11-5) Alex Green/RB/Hawaii
185) San Francisco - from Seattle* (7-9) Devon Torrence/CB/Ohio State
186) Baltimore* (12-4) Eugene Clifford/S/Tennessee State
187) Atlanta* (13-3) Virgil Green/TE/Nevada
188 ) New England* (14-2) Evan Royster/RB/Penn State
189) New York Jets* (11-5) Julius Thomas/TE/Portland State
190) Chicago* (11-5) Orie Lemon/LB/Oklahoma State
191) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Jay Valai/S/Wisconsin
192) Green Bay* (10-6) Tom Keiser/OLB/Wisconsin

7th Round

193) Green Bay - from Carolina (2-14) Jock Saunders/WR/Returner/West Virginia
194) Denver (4-12) Joe Torchia/TE/Virginia
195) Buffalo (4-12) Ross Homan/LB/Ohio State
196) Cincinnati (4-12) Mario Fannin/RB/Auburn
197) New York Jets - from Arizona (5-11) Bilal Powell/RB/Louisville
198 ) Seattle - from Cleveland (5-11) Jeff Maehl/WR/Oregon
199) San Francisco - from Detroit (6-10) Joe Morgan/WR/Walsh
200) San Francisco (6-10) Bruce Miller/LB/Central Florida
201) Tennessee (6-10) Mike Mohamed/LB/Cal
Dallas (6-10)- Supplemental Draft
202) Washington (6-10) John Graves/DE/Virginia Tech
203) Houston (6-10) Chas Henry/P/Florida
204) Minnesota (6-10) Zane Taylor/C/Utah
205) St. Louis (7-9) Andre Smith/TE/Virginia Tech
206) Miami (7-9) Rob Housler/TE/Florida Atlantic
207) Miami - from Jacksonville (8-8) Will Rackley/OG/Lehigh
208 ) Oakland (8-8) Derell Johnson-Koulianos/WR/Iowa
209) Dallas - from San Diego (9-7) Alex Henery/K/Nebraska
210) New York Giants (10-6) Jonathan Freeny/DE/Rutgers
211) Tampa Bay (10-6) David Arkin/OG/Missouri State
212) Kansas City* (10-6) Zack Pianalto/TE/UNC
213) Indianapolis* (10-6) Tandon Doss/WR/Indiana
214) Baltimore - from Philadelphia* (10-6) Cheta Ozougwu/DE/OLB/Rice
215) New Orleans* (11-5) Randall Hunt/OG/Illinois
216) Seattle* (7-9) Anthony Allen/RB/Georgia Tech
217) Baltimore* (12-4) Alex Linnenkohl/C/Oregon State
218 ) Atlanta* (13-3) Atlanta - from New England* (14-2) Corey Lindsey/CB/Southern Illinois
Chicago* (11-5)- Supplemental Draft
219) Detroit - from New York Jets* (11-5) Scott Tolzien/QB/Wisconsin
220) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Detron Lewis/WR/Texas Tech
221) Green Bay* (10-6) Josh Portis/QB/California(PA) “Mr. Irrelevant”

prock
02-08-2011, 04:45 PM
This is a good Vikings mock. I would prefer to not take two DE, maybe a guard, a DT, a CB, or another S would be better.

49erNation85
02-08-2011, 04:46 PM
That is just a nice SF mock all the way threw. The only bad draft I have is the RB,SF really doesn't need one.But if its a good BPA then I'm all for it.Love all the other players tho.Nice work doing a full 7 sounds.

SeanTaylorRIP
02-08-2011, 04:55 PM
This is a good Vikings mock. I would prefer to not take two DE, maybe a guard, a DT, a CB, or another S would be better.

Yeah I caught that when I was nearing the finish, didn't know I had already given Cliff to you.

Pat Sims 90
02-08-2011, 04:55 PM
So the Bengals draft Ryan Mallet to play CB? I guess he would be good becasue he knows what QB is thinking. Mallet does not fit the Bengals new West Coast Scheme plus they will not a draft QB that high unless Carson retires or they trade him.

Every other pick is fine but i would like to see them pick up a RB at some point.

SeanTaylorRIP
02-08-2011, 04:58 PM
So the Bengals draft Ryan Mallet to play CB? I guess he would be good becasue he knows what QB is thinking. Mallet does not fit the Bengals new West Coast Scheme plus they will not a draft QB that high unless Carson retires or they trade him.

Every other pick is fine but i would like to see them pick up a RB at some point.

I gave you Mario Fannin in the 7th. Didn't think it warranted a higher draft slot given you have Benson still and Scott has potential.

T-RICH49
02-08-2011, 04:59 PM
honestly I want us to address OLB sooner then RD 5.Ayers in RD 1 and then Fua in the 3rd

wicket
02-08-2011, 05:09 PM
outside of the kendall hunter pick there really arent any bad saints picks, however the way it everything works out would just be really really sucky, I dont like liuget as a first rounder but I dont have any better options at that point and the same can be said for sheppard in the late second

SimonRath
02-08-2011, 05:10 PM
[QUOTE=SeanTaylorRIP;251457427) Atlanta* (13-3) Tyron Smith/OT/USC
59) Atlanta* (13-3) Sam Acho DE/Texas
91) Atlanta* (13-3) Vincent Brown/WR/San Diego State
123) Atlanta* (13-3) Greg Romeus/DE/Pitt
155) Atlanta* (13-3) Jordan Todman/RB/Uconn
187) Atlanta* (13-3) Virgil Green/TE/Nevada
218 ) Atlanta* (13-3) Atlanta - from New England* (14-2) Corey Lindsey/CB/Southern Illinois
[/QUOTE]

LOVE the first 5 picks.
Todman at 155 is a steal.

SeanTaylorRIP
02-08-2011, 05:13 PM
Yeah there are so many RB's around the same level it was hard to place guys, Todman though would be what Norwood should have been if it weren't for injuries.

CashmoneyDrew
02-08-2011, 05:14 PM
I like the draft overall. I like different players, but you hit most of our needs. I'd hope we'd stay away from Will Hill, though.

fenikz
02-08-2011, 05:16 PM
Not trilled with the Cardinals picks, PP in the 1st would be amazing but Moch in the 2nd is such a huge reach at this point, obviously he is made for the combine so his stock will rise but I don't see it ever getting that high. Williams in the 3rd is another reach and honestly he is a terrible blocker so he wouldnt even be on the radar imo. Pinkston is solid in the 4th but he will be moving to OG, No reason for the Cardinals to take a QB in the 5th he would never make the team, guys like Will Hill, Mark Herzlich, Marcus Gilbert and Kendric Burney are way too good of talents to pass on(should of gone much sooner). Wujciak is solid in the 6th

Razor
02-08-2011, 05:19 PM
Even though OLB is a huge need for the Patriots I think two with the first three picks is overkill. I'd prefer Leonard Hankerson there instead. I'd also prefer Darren Evans to Evan Royster, but either way this is a very, very good Patriots draft!

akvikefan89
02-08-2011, 05:31 PM
Overall a good Vikings mock. Would rather have Danny Watkins in the second, though.

TimmG6376
02-08-2011, 05:47 PM
Not bad. Not sure about two CBs in the first 3 rounds, but I like both players.

If we are going to take a developmental OLB I might prefer Cheta Ozougwu over Keiser. Ozougwu is a little undersized but was supposedly unblockable at the EW Shrine. Though must admit not finding much for scouting reports on Keiser (Stanford btw not Wisconsin). Seems like a productive player with experience in 3-4. Questions about his speed/quickness off the edge and fluidity in coverage.

Babylon
02-08-2011, 05:50 PM
Seattle

Love the Locker pick (thank you Mike Shanahan). Brown is what we need on the back line and Fua is a nice rotational guy up front. Burney could be a steal where you have him going.

TACKLE
02-08-2011, 05:51 PM
Very solid all around for the Ravens.

crites09
02-08-2011, 06:06 PM
Bengals

Benson is a FA and rumor has is he is asking for 6mill/year so won't be back. I would prefer Greg Romeus in round 4 over Marvin Austin, DE needs to be addressed more than DT imo... In the 7th round I would also give us Zac Ethridge over Fannin. We need a safety who has potential and at least be a backup for us.

Also not a fan of Ryan Mallett either... give us Mark Ingram in round 2 since you have him going 9 picks after we select in round 2

Matthew Jones
02-08-2011, 07:16 PM
Justin Houston might work if he's actually 6'3" 258 but lately I'm thinking he might be more like 6'1" 240-245, which would make him too small for Belichick's tastes, and he's not the best at setting the edge or dropping into coverage, which are both important.

Castonzo is a possibility though. Fits the style the Patriots look for, but on the other hand they might see him as a strict LT and could see Vollmer as the future at LT.

Brooks Reed is a solid fit but somwhat of a reach, although I could see it.

Ahmad Black is certainly possible as well, and one of the most likely guys that New England drafts in my opinion.

Awesome pick with Wilkerson. Great size, great skillset, projects well into the 3-4 RE spot. I think he'll go much higher than that in the actual draft (top 40.)

Tim Barnes is possible too although the third round may be a bit high and Belichick might want someone bigger and more physical (although there aren't many guys like that in this draft.)

I don't have any real gripe with Ronald Johnson, it's a decent pick I guess.

McElroy would be cool but the Patriots really like Hoyer as the backup and they probably won't carry three QBs on the active roster, so the fifth round might be high for a third-string/practice squad kind of guy. They're more likely to draft a guy they could stash on the practice squad for a couple of years and develop for a future trade or something.

Evan Royster would be a solid addition that late, I like his vision and he seems fairly well-rounded. Overall I'd say you have a great feel for what the Patriots will look for, +rep for that and the seven round mock.

Unbiased
02-08-2011, 07:45 PM
I like Tejay Johnson, but Jacksonville doesn't need 3 safeties from this draft.

jCut
02-08-2011, 07:58 PM
Nice job with Denver's draft and nice job overall. I'd prefer to get another run-stuffing DT somewhere in there, but all in all, it's solid.

holt_bruce81
02-08-2011, 08:00 PM
Wow even though I like Baldwin and Titus over Hankerson that would be a tremendous overall draft for the Rams. I would however like the Rams to get an Offensive Guard somewhere in the draft.

txparkes49x
02-08-2011, 08:05 PM
Only thing id do different is pick either Dion Lewis/Noel Devine for RB. if we did pick one. but i love this mock great job bro. +rep

HeavyLeggedWaistBender
02-08-2011, 09:10 PM
Wow that Bears draft fell off the rails early.

derza222
02-08-2011, 09:24 PM
Jets picks fit and fill needs, nice job. Other positions to consider including in the post-combine mock would be RT/G (Slauson could perhaps be upgraded, Woody might get cut and if not a long-term successor may be needed unless they plan to move Ducasse from LG to RT), S (both players who started at FS last year are free agents, Jim Leonhard is coming off an injury, and play at the position this year was less than stellar so it could definitely be upgraded), and CB (Rex loves 'em, Cro and Coleman are free agents). Could see a backup/developmental QB too if value's right but that's a luxury pick I don't think they can afford.

noondog
02-08-2011, 09:29 PM
Lions mock is decent assuming we can upgrade CB through FA or trade, otherwise round 5 is far too late to address the position.

Hurricanes25
02-08-2011, 09:42 PM
Jets picks fit and fill needs, nice job. Other positions to consider including in the post-combine mock would be RT/G (Slauson could perhaps be upgraded, Woody might get cut and if not a long-term successor may be needed unless they plan to move Ducasse from LG to RT), S (both players who started at FS last year are free agents, Jim Leonhard is coming off an injury, and play at the position this year was less than stellar so it could definitely be upgraded), and CB (Rex loves 'em, Cro and Coleman are free agents). Could see a backup/developmental QB too if value's right but that's a luxury pick I don't think they can afford.

I 100% agree.

Great job on going the distance this early, STRIP.

Brent
02-08-2011, 09:42 PM
Love the Niners draft.

RaiderNation
02-08-2011, 10:42 PM
2nd-Davon House isnt a good fit at all for our type of CB. Doesnt have the size, and is more of a zone guy, when we have traditionally played man coverage most all the time. I wouldnt be against taking Baldwin there, who has a ton of potential IMO. Also maybe an addition like Martez Wilson or Drake Nevis will give us another impact player in our front 7 that will stop the run(Hue Jackson has said many times this off season that we need to learn how to stop the run).

3rd- John Moffit is a guy I would love to add to our team. I think he can learn to be a Center, and a damn good one. He also does project to guard where I think and can succeed at too. This pick will make sense if we think he can play Center, or if we think Bruce Campbell is RT then Moffit can slide to RG.

4th- Pat Devlin isnt a fit as a Raiders type QB(size and lack of arm stregnth), and we are commited to Jason Campbell according to both Al and Hue. I think a QB that would fit if we are to even take one is Nathan Enderle who has big size Al likes( JaMarcus Russell and Andrew Walter were big guys) and has the big arm. He could be our long term project down the road. Another guy is Greg Romeus who could turn out to be a good rotational guy. He is similar to a guy like Michael Bush coming out who was projected to be a 1st rounder, but falls to the 4th because of injury. Al always takes risks.

5th Havali is a decent pick, but I think we are commited to Marcel Reece as our FB and will try to teach how to block. He is a real weapon in the passing game. A guy who would make since is Kendric Burney, who we were interested in and could be a 3rd CB for us and a impact special teamer Al always drafts. Also Brandon Fusco would make sense as a small school prospect Al drafts(Jared Veldheer Hillsdale) and has outstanding size.

6th Ryan Bartholomew makes sense since we need help ar center, but I think Baxter would make more sense due to his size. But I expect we address Center mich earlier than this. James Brewer this late would be a big steal IMO as a potential starter at RT(I have him rated as a mid/late 3rd with his senior bowl showing)

7th Derrell Johnson-Koulianos is a possible selection if he runs a fast 40. We usually always take a fast 40 type guy at with some potential and can help on special teams.

thegreatone
02-08-2011, 11:01 PM
Ravens: You sir hit a home run. Not 1 pick on here that I disliked.

I would have tears of joy if our draft turned out anything like this.

ChicagoBearsVet23
02-08-2011, 11:03 PM
Solid Bears picks. I like the Leshoure pick

colts_fan8818
02-08-2011, 11:24 PM
22) Indianapolis* (10-6) Derek Sherrod/OT/Mississippi State
53) Indianapolis* (10-6) Danny Watkins/G/Baylor
87) Indianapolis* (10-6) Jake Kirkpatrick/C/TCU
118 ) Indianapolis* (10-6) Lawrence Guy/DT/Arizona State
149) Indianapolis* (10-6) Jermale Hines/S/Ohio State
183) Indianapolis* (10-6) Marcus Gilchrist/CB/Clemson
213) Indianapolis* (10-6) Tandon Doss/WR/Indiana

Excellent Colts draft from a positional standpoint, espcially with the first two picks. I don't know much about the value, but at least needs are addressed. I would prefer Marvin Austin in the third, but otherwise great Colts draft.

Seasonticketholder
02-09-2011, 01:18 AM
Saints

1. Mark Ingram, RB I would take Ingram over Luiget, and believe the Saints would do the same. I know some Saints fans don't want to see us take a RB. But RB is a need and Ingram would be the best player available.

2. Kelvin Sheppard, LB. I am cool with this pick though I think he might last into the third round.

3a. Bruce Carter, LB I love this pick. I really hope the Saints have get him. He's a first round talent and could end up being one of the steals of the draft.

3b. Jarvis Jenkins, DT Gives us a NT to play alongside Sedrick Ellis. I would obviously take him over Kendall Hunter since I suggested taking Ingram in round 1.

This is my dream draft for the Saints. I think Ingram helps out our running game and would work well with Reggie Bush and Chris Ivory. I expect Pierre Thomas to be gone. And I think the next three picks give us much-needed talent in our front seven. If we can find a DE or two in FA, we would be poised to make another run.

xpmar9x
02-09-2011, 08:21 AM
Good Titans draft. High 5!

Trogdor
02-09-2011, 09:58 AM
9) Dallas (6-10) Prince Amukamara/CB/Nebraska
40) Dallas (6-10) Rahim Moore/S/UCLA
71) Dallas (6-10) Kendrick Ellis/NT/Hampton
109) Dallas (6-10) DeMarcus Love/OL/Arkansas
140) Dallas (6-10) Robert Sands/S/West Virginia
171) Dallas (6-10) Jeremy Kerley/WR/PR/TCU
209) Dallas - from San Diego (9-7) Alex Henery/K/Nebraska


Wow. Where do I sign? Incredible.

jrdrylie
02-09-2011, 10:02 AM
Not a fan of the Bears draft at all. Mike Pouncey is getting so much hype because his brother is awesome. But I don't think he is anywhere near a first round pick. Running back is a need, especially with Chester Taylor about to be cut. But a second round pick on a backup running back when our offensive line is in shambles, and needs at receiver, corner, and defensive tackle is such a waste. Hudson, Ijalana, and Casey would all be much better picks there. Edmond Gates in round four isn't too bad, but he is similar to what the Bears already have. Toliver would be a better pick there.

GatorsBullsFan
02-09-2011, 10:09 AM
16) Jacksonville (8-8) J.J. Watt DE/Wisconsin
49) Jacksonville (8-8) Colin Kaepernick/QB/Nevada
80) Jacksonville (8-8) Quinton Carter/S/Oklahoma
113) Jacksonville (8-8) Tyler Sash/S/Iowa
120) Jacksonville - from New Orleans* (11-5) Kristofer O’dowd/C/USC
144) Jacksonville (8-8) Tejay Johnson/S/TCU
177) Jacksonville (8-8) Cecil Shorts/WR/Mount Union

I like the mock draft you gave the Jags but I think you might of went a little crazy with the Safeties....I mean 3 is a lot of safeties, I was thinking maybe one or 2 and a corner or 1 safety and 2 corners....and you didn't take one LB

Hurricane Ditka
02-09-2011, 10:31 AM
Personally I think the Bears picks are pretty solid.

thebow305
02-09-2011, 11:50 AM
From the 4th round on, that Phins mock is VERY nice. But the 1st and 3rd rounders left me scratching my head big time.

I really don't see us planning to take a RT in the 1st Round when it's not that big of a need for us. The only way I see this happening is if we move Vernon Carey to RG, which there have been no indications of us doing. RG is a need, not RT. Since you are not prediciting trades, the way the rest of your draft fell, Mike Pouncey, Mark Ingram or even Martez Wilson would probably make the most logical picks for the Phins at 15.

Now in the 3rd, NT is not a need at all. Even if we let Soliai walk in FA, Randy Starks played admirably at the spot last year and Phillips Merling emerged as a backup there late. Then we would slide Jared Odrick, last year's 1st rounder into the starting lineup opposite Kendall Langford and would just need to draft or sign some guys for depth. So in this case, John Moffitt, Casey Matthews or Ryan Williams would be better picks here depending on who you would have us taking at 15 out of the guys I mentioned.

Nice work though on the 7 rounds! Hopefully these comments help you on your next one! +Rep.

killxswitch
02-09-2011, 11:54 AM
That is one sexy-ass Colts mock draft. Sherrod is my 2nd favorite 1st round pick for the Colts, Watkins is a great OG pickup, Gilchrist and Doss in the late rounds would be steals IMO. I am a little wary of OSU players but Jermale Hines is a Colts type of SS. If the draft went down this way I would jump for joy.

Abaddon
02-09-2011, 12:44 PM
48 ) Oakland (8-8) Davon House/CB/New Mexico State

Doesn't seem a good fit for a man heavy scheme, and he's likely too slow to even be on Al's board.

Danny Watkins, Ben Ijalana, or even Jeremy Beal would fit better here.

81) Oakland (8-8) John Moffitt/G/Wisconsin

With Watkins or Ijalana at guard, Moffitt would play center in Oakland and give them a presence there they haven't had since Barrett Robbins. Darren McFadden and Jason Campbell are high fiving at this point. Great pick if he lasts this long.

112) Oakland (8-8) Pat Devlin/QB/Delaware

I'm not really against it personally, but it's not in Al's nature to draft mid-round, developmental QBs. The old man doesn't have an eye towards the future outside of legal and financial dealings.

Pernell Mcphee would be an interesting pick here. Could probably grow into the DT position and contribute there. Chykie Brown comes from a good program for DBs, so I could see taking a flier on him. Mario Addison wouldn't be a bad gamble.

145) Oakland (8-8) Stanley Havalii/FB/USC

Wouldn't mind a FB, but this guy reads like a HB trying to play FB. Undersized, and Scott doesn't seem to think too highly of him as a blocker. We need a heavy hitter at FB to compliment Marcel Reece. I don't think this is the guy for the job. Maybe as a #3 HB he'd have some value. That's definitely a need. His extensive injury history should send him to undrafted status, though. Maybe take one of the available RBs here.

176) Oakland (8-8) Ryan Bartholomew/C/Syrcause

Undersized and probably nothing more than a career backup. Samson Satele will make a quality backup center. There's no need to add another.

208 ) Oakland (8-8) Derell Johnson-Koulianos/WR/Iowa

Al's mandatory player with a screwball name.

Wouldn't mind seeing TE Lee Smith in the mix here. I like him as a developmental OT prospect. Someone to groom behind Langston Walker.

DiG
02-09-2011, 12:53 PM
10) Washington (6-10) Julio Jones/WR/Alabama
41) Washington (6-10) Phil Taylor/DT/Baylor
141) Washington (6-10) Marcus Gilbert/OT/Florida
152) Washington - from New Orleans* (11-5) Zach Hurd/G/UCONN
172) Washington (6-10) Delone Carter/RB/Syracuse
202) Washington (6-10) John Graves/DE/Virginia Tech


Pretty good Skins draft. I like the first two rounds. Julio isn't my first choice but most everyone that I would prefer is already off the board in this scenario. I'm assuming the Gilbert pick is to replace Heyer as a backup tackle? Decent pick but I would much prefer Todman in the 5th round. I think you have him severly underrated in this mock. You have a serious run of RBs in the 5th which more or less gives us a lot lower value with Carter in the 6th. I'd rather go with Brewer in the 6th and Todman in the 5th. Eugene Clifford in the 6th would be a nice fit also. I like the Zach Hurd pick though and Graves is fine.

wicket
02-09-2011, 04:15 PM
I know some Saints fans don't want to see us take a RB because RB is not a need and Ingram wouldn't be the best player available.

fixed it for you

Monomach
02-09-2011, 05:44 PM
Wow that Bears draft fell off the rails early.

You mean he wasn't joking?! It's so bad. So, so bad.

Solid Bears picks. I like the Leshoure pick

This is why I think you're really a Green Bay fan in disguise.

bloynoys
02-10-2011, 03:02 PM
I don't think the Broncos would pass on Rudolph if he drops all the way 67. It is easy to make the case that they will pass with their two 2nd round picks but I think he drops to their pick in the third they have to take him, but no way that is for sure.

Poz51
02-11-2011, 10:43 AM
3) Buffalo (4-12) Cam Newton/QB/Auburn
34) Buffalo (4-12) Allen Bailey/DE/Miami
41) Washington (6-10) Phil Taylor/DT/Baylor
56) New Orleans* (11-5) Kelvin Sheppard/LB/LSU
58 ) Baltimore* (12-4) Martez Wilson/LB/Illinois
66) Cincinnati (4-12) Ben Ijalana/G/Villanova
68 ) Buffalo (4-12) Kyle Rudolph/TE/Notre Dame
74) New England - from Minnesota (6-10) Muhammad Wilkerson/DE/Temple
99) Buffalo (4-12) Greg Lloyd/ILB/Connecticut
101) Cleveland (5-11) Clint Bolling/OT/Georgia
118 ) Indianapolis* (10-6) Lawrence Guy/DT/Arizona State
121) Buffalo - from Seattle* (7-9) Greg Salas/WR/Hawaii
122) Baltimore* (12-4) Pernell Mcphee/DE/Mississippi State
123) Atlanta* (13-3) Greg Romeus/DE/Pitt
130) Buffalo (4-12) James Carpenter/OT/Alabama
137) Detroit (6-10) Mark Herzlich/OLB/Boston College
140) Dallas (6-10) Robert Sands/S/West Virginia
144) Jacksonville (8-8) Tejay Johnson/S/TCU
145) Oakland (8-8) Stanley Havalii/FB/USC
155) Atlanta* (13-3) Jordan Todman/RB/Uconn
164) Buffalo (4-12) Chimidi Chekwa/CB/Ohio State
172) Washington (6-10) Delone Carter/RB/Syracuse
177) Jacksonville (8-8) Cecil Shorts/WR/Mount Union
183) Indianapolis* (10-6) Marcus Gilchrist/CB/Clemson
195) Buffalo (4-12) Ross Homan/LB/Ohio State
207) Miami - from Jacksonville (8-8) Will Rackley/OG/Lehigh
213) Indianapolis* (10-6) Tandon Doss/WR/Indiana

Im good with Newton, could see the Bills brass taking and developing him. Bailey in the second seems really high to me, being chiseled and looking the part does not do much for me. The players listed all have better value and fill needs better as well IMO. Love Rudolph in the third, although I do not see him falling that far. Llyod has a great pedigree and did well in the E/W shrine game, so I could see it, especially if he stays in the upper 250's, but injuryies might make that a high projection for him. I would understand it though. Im not high on Salas at all, his inability to get seperation when opponents play tight man to man coverage is less than ideal, plus I do not see WR being that early of a need for the Bills if at all. There is too much other talent ( Herzlich, Sands, Todman and Romeus) to pass on IMO, to add another reciever to a deep core, that already has too many guys on the roster at receiver. Carpenter is alright, still think their are better option on the board though. Chekwa is a good late round pick, but Homan has no fit on this team that I can see, and although I think Rackley will be gone by the end of the 3rd if he were still available would be a much better pick overall, even a flyer on Doss makes some sense. Not bad overall, nice job on the 7 rounder, thats a lot of work right there...

Grizzlegom
02-11-2011, 12:15 PM
15) Miami (7-9) Gabe Carimi OT/Wisconsin
79) Miami (7-9) Jerell Powe/NT/Ole Miss
110) Miami (7-9) Ricky Stanzi/QB/Iowa
143) Miami (7-9) Jacquizz Rodgers/RB/Oregon State
174) Miami (7-9) Darvin Adams/WR/Auburn
206) Miami (7-9) Rob Housler/TE/Florida Atlantic
207) Miami - from Jacksonville (8-8) Will Rackley/OG/Lehigh


I LOVE Carimi but I just don't see him as a fit for Miami. OT is only a depth need.

Powe only works if we don't resign Soliai but word is he's priority number 1 this offseason so I'd be shocked if we let him go and if we do bring him and McDaniel back, we already have Chris Baker as a developing NT so I don't see any other need there.

The rest of the draft works for me (particularly Rackley in the 7th, talk about a STEAL) but it would be really tough to come out of the draft without addressing out number 1 need (C) at all.

Vikes99ej
02-11-2011, 12:54 PM
Fantastic Vikings mock.

Xiomera
02-11-2011, 01:03 PM
If you can find a Lions fan that isn't happy with this, then I would applaud you. No cornerback til the 4th round, but I expect them to address it in free agency, and I'd rather they not reach on one in the draft anyways.