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fed36
02-26-2011, 12:28 AM
FIRST ROUND

1) Carolina Panthers – Patrick Peterson, CB LSU
2) Denver Broncos – Nick Fairley, DT Auburn
3) Buffalo Bills – Blaine Gabbert, QB Missouri
4) Cincinnati Bengals – AJ Green, WR Georgia
5) Arizona Cardinals – Von Miller, OLB Texas A&M
6) Cleveland Browns – Da’Quan Bowers, DE Clemson
7) San Francisco 49ers – Robert Quinn, OLB North Carolina
8) Tennessee Titans – Cameron Jordan, DE California
9) Dallas Cowboys – Marcell Dareus, DE Alabama
10) Washington Redskins – Julio Jones, WR Alabama
11) Houston Texans – Prince Amukamara, CB Nebraska
12) Minnesota Vikings – Anthony Castonzo, OT Boston College
13) Detroit Lions – Jimmy Smith, CB Colorado
14) St. Louis Rams – Aldon Smith, DE Missouri
15) Miami Dolphins – Cam Newton, QB Auburn
16) Jacksonville Jaguars – JJ Watt, DE Wisconsin
17) New England Patriots – Derek Sherrod, OT Mississippi State
18) San Diego Chargers – Ryan Kerrigan, OLB Purdue
19) New York Giants – Mark Ingram, RB Alabama
20) Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Martez Wilson, ILB Illinois
21) Kansas City Chiefs – Mikel LeShoure, RB Illinois
22) Indianapolis Colts – Corey Liuget, DT Illinois
23) Philadelphia Eagles – Gabe Carimi, OT Wisconsin
24) New Orleans Saints – Muhammad Wilkerson, DT Temple
25) Seattle Seahawks – Brandon Harris, CB Miami
26) Baltimore Ravens – Quinton Carter, S Oklahoma
27) Atlanta Falcons – Tyron Smith, OT USC
28) New England Patriots – Stefan Wisniewski, OG Penn State
29) Chicago Bears – Nate Solder, OT Colorado
30) New York Jets – Justin Houston, OLB Georgia
31) Pittsburgh Steelers – Kyle Rudolph, TE Notre Dame
32) Green Bay Packers – Marcus Cannon, OT TCU

SECOND ROUND

33) New England Patriots – Christian Ballard, DE Iowa
34) Buffalo Bills – Akeem Ayers, ILB UCLA
35) Cincinnati Bengals – Jake Locker, QB Washington
36) Denver Broncos – DeAndre McDaniel, S Clemson
37) Cleveland Browns – Mark Herzlich, OLB Boston College
38) Arizona Cardinals – Andy Dalton, QB TCU
39) Tennessee Titans – Aaron Williams, CB Texas
40) Dallas Cowboys – Jason Pinkston, OT Pittsburgh
41) Washington Redskins – Ryan Mallet, QB Arkansas
42) Houston Texans – Cameron H eyward, DE Ohio State
43) Minnesota Vikings – Adrain Clayborn, DE Iowa
44) Detroit Lions – Quan Sturdivant, OLB North Carolina
45) San Francisco 49ers – Davon House, CB New Mexico State
46) Denver Broncos – DJ Williams, TE Arkansas
47) St. Louis Rams – Torrey Smith, WR Maryland
48) Oakland Raiders – Mike Pouncey, OG Florida
49) Jacksonville Jaguars – Johnny Patrick, CB Louisville
50) San Diego Chargers – Jarvis Jenkins, DE Clemson
51) Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Brooks Reed, DE Arizona
52) New York Giants – Jake Kirkpatrick, OC TCU
53) Indianapolis Colts – Chris Hairston, OT Clemson
54) Philadelphia Eagles – Brandon Burton, CB Utah
55) Kansas City Chiefs – Jeremy Kerley, WR TCU
56) New Orleans Saints – Greg Jones, OLB Michigan State
57) Seattle Seahawks – Christian Ponder, QB Florida State
58) Baltimore Ravens – Leonard Hankerson, WR Miami
59) Atlanta Falcons – Jabaal Sheard, DE Pittsburgh
60) New England Patriots – Jordan Todman, RB Connecticut
61) San Diego Chargers – Titus Young, WR Boise State
62) Chicago Bears – Stephen Paea, DT Oregon State
63) Pittsburgh Steelers – James Carpenter, OT Alabama
64) Green Bay Packers – Benjamin Ijalana, OT Villanova

THIRD ROUND

65) Carolina Panthers – Drake Nevis, DT LSU
66) Cincinnati Bengals – Kendall Hunter, RB Oklahoma State
67) Denver Broncos – Allen Bailey, DE Miami
68) Buffalo Bills – Phil Taylor, DT Baylor
69) Arizona Cardinals – Rodney Hudson, OG Florida State
70) Cleveland Browns – Vincent Brown, WR San Diego State
71) Dallas Cowboys – Jerrell Powe, DT Mississippi
72) New Orleans Saints – Ryan Williams, RB Virginia Tech
73) Houston Texans – Robert Sands, S West Virginia
74) New England Patriots – Jonathan Baldwin, WR Pittsburgh
75) Detroit Lions – Mason Foster, ILB Washington
76) San Francisco 49ers – Jacquizz Rodgers, RB Oregon State
77) Tennessee Titans – Colin Kaepernick, QB Nevada
78) St. Louis Rams – Tyler Sash, S Iowa
79) Miami Dolphins – Sam Acho, OLB Texas
80) Jacksonville Jaguars – Kelvin Sheppard, ILB LSU
81) Oakland Raiders – Austin Pettis, WR Boise State
82) San Diego Chargers – Curtis Brown, CB Texas
83) New York Giants – Luke Stocker, TE Tennessee
84) Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Ras-I Dowling, CB Virginia
85) Philadelphia Eagles – Jeremy Beal, DE Oklahoma
86) Kansas City Chiefs – Chris White, ILB Mississippi State
87) Indianapolis Colts – Chimdi Chekwa, CB Ohio State
88) New Orleans Saints – Colin McCarthy, ILB Miami
89) San Diego Chargers – Marcus Gilbert, OT Florida
90) Baltimore Ravens – Danny Watkins, OG Baylor
91) Atlanta Falcons – Lance Kendricks, TE Wisconsin
92) New England Patriots – Bruce Carter, ILB North Carolina
93) Chicago Bears – Tandon Doss, WR Indiana
94) New York Jets – Jermale Hines, S Ohio State
95) Pittsburgh Steelers – Dontay Moch, OLB Nevada
96) Green Bay Packers – Shareece Wright, CB USC

wicket
02-26-2011, 04:23 AM
change the first saints pick from Wilkerson to Heyward, the second pick from greg jones to Paea, the third pick from ryan williams to Mason foster and the fourth pick from colin mccarthey to dontay moch or bruce carter and you have a great saints mock. as of now:
I do not like wilkerson as a first rounder, to much of a reach and really more suitable as an UT which makes him a sub-ideal match with ellis

Im actually fine with greg jones in the second round but not if there is ridiculous value-need combination like paea available who many, understandably have slotted in as our first roudner.

Ryan Williams is just an all round terrible pick, even more so with actually good value for a need available

Colin McCarthy meets a need but should barely be drafted and is an enormous reach in the third, same position still has infinitely better prospects like Carter

Matthew Jones
02-26-2011, 08:09 AM
I don't think the Patriots will take Sherrod at #17 - he's a good fit and fits the MO so it's possible, but with Matt Light likely to re-sign I think they'd look at Kerrigan there. I'd go with Heyward over Ballard too, more of a prototypical two-gapper, whereas Ballard seems a little bit weak in terms of anchoring vs. double teams. Ballard played for Kirk Ferentz though so that's possible too. Todman is possible at some point given Belichick's closeness with the UConn program, but I'd predict Ijalana there - the Patriots have scouted him. They won't take Baldwin even in the third round - I'd guess he's completely off their board. Calling out coaches and QB, accused of not caring, arrested, etc. Danny Watkins would be perfect. Bruce Carter is a weird fit as well, I'm not sure where exactly he'd play. I'd guess:

1. Kerrigan
1. Wisniewski
2. Heyward
2. Ijalana
3. Watkins
3. Ahmad Black

thebow305
02-26-2011, 09:25 AM
Perfect first rounder for the Phins, but DeMarco Murray would be a better pick in the 3rd.

TNPatsFan
02-26-2011, 10:24 AM
I do like seeing somebody do a mock that doesn't just give the Pats (or any team for that matter) the same old same old players that everyone else does. It proves you are thinking outside the box and understanding that teams like the Pats are hard to predict. So props for that.

Now as far as the picks, I could see them going two OL's in the first. I don't think they will because I expect them to keep Matt Light so if they take an OT my guess is that it would be a little later.

I also don't think they will draft Baldwin, and I sure hope they don't. Don't like him at all as a player.

As ROP said, Carter is a questionable fit. Don't know where he would play. I don't think he will be high on the Pats board.

Finally, I think it's a virtual certainty that they will get an OLB somewhere in the first three rounds, and you didn't give them that (Carter would not be what they want there).

vidae
02-26-2011, 10:31 AM
I'm confused.. you have the Chiefs taking two RBs in the first three rounds?

Just overall not a great draft for the Chiefs. It makes no sense.

fed36
02-26-2011, 10:35 AM
I'm confused.. you have the Chiefs taking two RBs in the first three rounds?

Just overall not a great draft for the Chiefs. It makes no sense.

That was a mistake - I meant to give them LeShoure in the first - and I forgot about that - I will edit thanks

vidae
02-26-2011, 10:37 AM
That was a mistake - I meant to give them LeShoure in the first - and I forgot about that - I will edit thanks

RB really isn't a first round need. I could see them taking one between two and four, but the first is a stretch.

prock
02-26-2011, 10:39 AM
Castonzo will NOT go that high. But Clayborn is a good pick.

coordinator0
02-26-2011, 10:42 AM
Carter in the first? That's the worst pick I've seen for the Ravens yet. At some point I think you're just trolling Ravens fans with your terrible Baltimore mocks. At least give us the best S (Moore) if your going to pass on obviously better values/fits in Wisniewski, Houston, Heyward, Clayborn, Ayers, hell even Williams is a better pick that Carter.

fed36
02-26-2011, 10:48 AM
Carter in the first? That's the worst pick I've seen for the Ravens yet. At some point I think you're just trolling Ravens fans with your terrible Baltimore mocks. At least give us the best S (Moore) if your going to pass on obviously better values/fits in Wisniewski, Houston, Heyward, Clayborn, Ayers, hell even Williams is a better pick that Carter.

well you made it clear you don't like Carter - and I am not one of those riding the Moore bandwagon. But I did think hankerson in teh second...and Watkins in the third were good picks for the Ravens. do you have any thoughts on those? unless your repsonse was just a trolling response ... I would like to know what you thougth of the second and third round picks as well

49erNation85
02-26-2011, 10:50 AM
You failed to draft a QB in this draft!I'll take the first pick.We need one in round 2/3.Second round is where I think we draft. in either Stanzi or Ponder.

coordinator0
02-26-2011, 10:51 AM
Yeah it kind of was a trolling response for the first pick :D. I didn't respond to the next two picks because I believe if you royally screw up your first round pick then your draft as a whole really takes a hit.

The second and third round picks are good. Hankerson is a good pick no matter what, but taking Watkins really depends on if we want to keep Yanda at RT. My feeling is that the team would rather have him at RG since it's his best position and it would be cheaper to pay him as one. I honestly can't see him leaving so I think that we wouldn't take a guy to replace him. A T or C are the only OL I see us drafting, but if the FO would rather keep him at RT (which like I said I can't see) it would make sense.

fed36
02-26-2011, 10:54 AM
Yeah it kind of was a trolling response for the first pick :D. I didn't respond to the next two picks because I believe if you royally screw up your first round pick then your draft as a whole really takes a hit.

The second and third round picks are good. Hankerson is a good pick no matter what, but taking Watkins really depends on if we want to keep Yanda at RT. My feeling is that the team would rather have him at RG since it's his best position and it would be cheaper to pay him as one. I honestly can't see him leaving so I think that we wouldn't take a guy to replace him. A T or C are the only OL I see us drafting, but if the FO would rather keep him at RT (which like I said I can't see) it would make sense.


that is why i actually choose watkins as he can play ideally guard or if needed to Tackle. so it made a good flexible choice in my opinion - if Yanda leaves - you have his replacement - if he stays Watkins can play at tackle as well (although maybe not as a starter)

Tom Servo
02-26-2011, 10:57 AM
I'd take that Browns draft.

Love Bowers in the 1st. I love Herz but think thats a bit high for him, especially with Clayborn still there. Don't know much about Brown and I'd probably go with Baldwin since he's still on the board.

jCut
02-26-2011, 12:18 PM
Denver will not reach for a safety and a tight-end in the second round. Bad picks. Fairley and Bailey are solid, though.

king2am
02-26-2011, 12:24 PM
the way the board falls,

1. Robert Quinn
2. Christian Ponder
3. Ras I-Dowling

Those three rounds would hit our greatest needs, with excellent values (Quinn, Dowling) and a good value (Ponder)

Seasonticketholder
02-26-2011, 12:53 PM
I almost agree with wicket except I would change Wilkerson to Akeem Ayers.

GB12
02-26-2011, 02:11 PM
We definitely do not need two guards. I guess Ijalana in the second is alright, but Cannon is a terrible fit for us.

thenewfeature06
02-26-2011, 02:26 PM
I like Oaklands second rounder, in the 3rd we don't need Pettis.. if Bruce is still there that would be great value and would fill a need.

gouldo
02-26-2011, 08:28 PM
Cam Newton to Miami is great, Acho is fair, but would prefer Kendricks if we dont land Shockey. Otherise, pretty decent