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DI
03-02-2011, 02:49 PM
2011 NFL Mock Draft
Round 1

1. Carolina Panthers- Da'Quan Bowers, Defensive End, Clemson
2. Denver Broncos- Marcell Dareus, Defensive Tackle, Alabama
3. Buffalo Bills- Cameron Newton, Quarterback, Auburn
4. Cincinnati Bengals- AJ Green, Wide Receiver, Georgia
5. Arizona Cardinals- Von Miller, Outside Linebacker, Texas A & M

Trade
- Cleveland sends #6 Overall to Dallas for #9 Overall and Dallas 2011 3rd Rounder

6. Dallas Cowboys (via CLE)- Patrick Peterson, Cornerback, Louisiana State
7. San Francisco 49ers- Prince Amukamara, Cornerback, Nebraska
8. Tennessee Titans- Blaine Gabbert, Quarterback, Missouri
Trade
- Cleveland sends #9 Overall and 2011 5th Rounder to St. Louis for #14 Overall, St. Louis 2011 3rd Rounder and 2012 4th Rounder

9. St. Louis Rams (via CLE f/DAL)- Julio Jones, Wide Receiver, Alabama
10. Washington Redskins- Robert Quinn, Outside Linebacker, North Carolina

Trade
- Houston sends #11 Overall to Cleveland for #14 Overall and 2011 4th Rounder

11. Cleveland Browns (via HOU)- Nick Fairley, Defensive Tackle, Auburn
12. Minnesota Vikings- Cameron Jordan, Defensive End, California

Trade
-Detroit sends #13 Overall and 2011 4th Rounder to San Diego for #18 Overall, 2011 3rd Rounder and 2012 4th Rounder

13. San Diego Chargers (via DET)- JJ Watt, Defensive End, Wisconsin
14. Houston Texans (via CLE f/STL)- Aldon Smith, Outside Linebacker, Missouri
15. Miami Dolphins- Mark Ingram, Running Back, Alabama
16. Jacksonville Jaguars- Ryan Kerrigan, Defensive End, Purdue
17. New England Patriots (via OAK)- Muhammad Wilkerson, Defensive Lineman, Temple
18. Detroit Lions (via SD)- Tyron Smith, Offensive Tackle, Southern California
19. New York Giants- Stephen Paea, Defensive Tackle, Oregon State
20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Adrian Clayborn, Defensive End, Iowa
21. Kansas City Chiefs- Anthony Castonzo, Offensive Tackle, Boston College
22. Indianapolis Colts- Nate Solder, Offensive Tackle, Colorado
23. Philadelphia Eagles- Jimmy Smith, Cornerback, Colorado
24. New Orleans Saints- Akeem Ayers, Outside Linebacker, UCLA
25. Seattle Seahawks- Corey Liuget, Defensive Tackle, Illinois
26. Baltimore Ravens- Brandon Harris, Cornerback, Miami (Fl)

Trade
- Atlanta sends #27 Overall to the New York Jets for #30 Overall and 2012 3rd Rounder

27. New York Jets (via ATL)- Brooks Reed, Outside Linebacker, Arizona
28. New England Patriots- Mike Pouncey, Offensive Lineman, Florida
29. Chicago Bears- Gabe Carimi, Offensive Tackle, Wisconsin
30. Atlanta Falcons (via NYJ)- Cameron Heyward, Defensive End, Ohio State

Trade
- Pittsburgh sends #31 Overall to New England for #33 Overall and 2011 4th Rounder

31. New England Patriots (via PIT)- Justin Houston, Outside Linebacker, Georgia
32. Green Bay Packers- Derek Sherrod, Offensive Tackle, Mississippi State

Round 2

33. Pittsburgh Steelers (via NE f/CAR)- Aaron Williams, Cornerback, Texas
34. Buffalo Bills- Christian Ballard, Defensive Lineman, Iowa
35. Cincinnati Bengals- Christian Ponder, Quarterback, Florida State
36. Denver Broncos- Martez Wilson, Middle Linebacker, Illinois

Trade
- Cleveland sends #37 Overall to Minnesota for #43 Overall and 2011 4th Rounder

37. Minnesota Vikings (via CLE)- Ryan Mallett, Quarterback, Arkansas
38. Arizona Cardinals- Stefen Wisniewski, Offensive Lineman, Penn State
39. Tennessee Titans- Allen Bailey, Defensive End, Miami (Fl)
40. Dallas Cowboys- Ben Ijalana, Offensive Tackle, Villanova
41. Washington Redskins- Jake Locker, Quarterback, Washington
42. Houston Texans- Phil Taylor, Defensive Tackle, Baylor
43. Cleveland Browns (via MIN)- Jonathan Baldwin, Wide Receiver, Pittsburgh
44. Detroit Lions- Mason Foster, Outside Linebacker, Washington
45. San Francisco 49ers- Dontay Moch, Outside Linebacker, Nevada
46. Denver Broncos (via MIA)- Kyle Rudolph, Tight End, Notre Dame
47. St. Louis Rams- Drake Nevis, Defensive Lineman, Louisiana State
48. Oakland Raiders- Danny Watkins, Offensive Guard, Baylor
49. Jacksonville Jaguars- Ras-I Dowling, Cornerback, Virginia
50. San Diego Chargers- Torrey Smith, Wide Receiver, Maryland
51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Greg Jones, Middle Linebacker, Michigan State
52. New York Giants- Mikel LeShoure, Running Back, Illinois
53. Indianapolis Colts- Rodney Hudson, Offensive Guard, Florida State
54. Philadelphia Eagles- Orlando Franklin, Offensive Tackle, Miami (Fl)
55. Kansas City Chiefs- Leonard Hankerson, Wide Receiver, Miami (Fl)
56. New Orleans Saints- Quinton Carter, Safety, Oklahoma
57. Seattle Seahawks- Colin Kaepernick, Quarterback, Nevada
58. Baltimore Ravens- Titus Young, Wide Receiver, Boise State
59. Atlanta Falcons- Jerrel Jernigan, Wide Receiver, Troy
60. New England Patriots- Marcus Cannon, Offensive Lineman, Texas Christian
61. San Diego Chargers (via NYJ)- Sam Acho, Outside Linebacker, Texas
62. Chicago Bears- Marvin Austin, Defensive Tackle, North Carolina
63. Pittsburgh Steelers- Clint Boling, Offensive Lineman, Georgia
64. Green Bay Packers- Jabaal Sheard, Outside Linebacker, Pittsburgh

wicket
03-02-2011, 02:54 PM
I like the saints first rounder but I do not see us spending another high draft pick on a DB after spending a ton in free agency and adding dbs with our last 2 first rounders and the second rounder the year before. Not having a need for a starting caliber safety as both starters are quite young is also a reason, Change the pick to someone like sam Acho or Marvin Austin and you have a very good set of saints picks

SeanTaylorRIP
03-02-2011, 03:11 PM
I'd be very happy with this draft although even though I like Quinn no way would I want him over Fairley, but I do admit that even if Fairley somehow drops to 10 the Skins aren't touching him, because Shanny's #1 criteria is getting players he can get along with, and Fairley is not that.

DiG
03-02-2011, 03:18 PM
I'd be very happy with this draft although even though I like Quinn no way would I want him over Fairley, but I do admit that even if Fairley somehow drops to 10 the Skins aren't touching him, because Shanny's #1 criteria is getting players he can get along with, and Fairley is not that.

probably true. id love fairley but you might be right on whether or not he fits into what shanahan will be looking for. i just dont see us taking locker in the 2nd if we dont take him in the first, nor do i see him falling into the early 2nd for that matter. i think phil taylor would be the better pick.

Matthew Jones
03-02-2011, 03:19 PM
I'd be happy with that draft for New England...I think they're more likely to take Heyward than Wilkerson though just because he's a senior and they really value that. It could go either way. I also think Watkins and Wisniewski would have passed Pouncey by now, but they did like Maurkice last year so it's possible given their obsession with Florida. Justin Houston would be great top of the second, and Cannon isn't the greatest fit ever but at #60 I'd be very happy to get him.

noondog
03-02-2011, 03:32 PM
I like the idea of the Lions trading down to #18, however I'd prefer to see them grab CB Aaron Williams at that spot. Mason Foster in the 2nd is nice.

TNPatsFan
03-02-2011, 03:53 PM
Nice Patriots draft, something different. I wouldn't like Wilkerson at 17 and don't think the Pats would take him there. Otherwise it's pretty good. Probably the biggest "problem" with it though is that you have them trading 33 to get back into the first round. I think it's highly unlikely the Pats make three first round picks. They are far more likely to trade out of the first round than into it, in my opinion.

txparkes49x
03-02-2011, 04:17 PM
Id be livid but that the cowboys for ya, and Moch in the second round is a reach imo

diesel
03-02-2011, 04:47 PM
Great Dallas move but, no Rahim?

prock
03-02-2011, 05:19 PM
I do like this Vikings mock a lot.

the_legend_killer
03-02-2011, 06:15 PM
I do like this Vikings mock a lot.

Same here.

T-RICH49
03-02-2011, 07:27 PM
I swear I will Mike Vick some kittens if I see another OT in RD 1 for KC

49erNation85
03-02-2011, 08:51 PM
OK first pick for SF.But i really think we need a QB in round two!!

Nalej
03-02-2011, 09:30 PM
Not a fan of the order but I can't complain with the final product.
Nice Pats mock. I like Heyward > Wilkerson still but regardless, I like it.

ATLDirtyBirds
03-02-2011, 09:50 PM
I like Heyward, but as a 43 DE? No thanks. Love, love, love Jernigan in the 2nd though.

thebow305
03-02-2011, 10:02 PM
Nice Phins pick

defensiveback23
03-02-2011, 10:46 PM
Honestly an outstanding Chargers draft. I think it would take more for them to move up however, and there is probably no need for Detroit to send a 4th. WR really isn't as big of a need as other positions but hard to argue with the value. I would prefer Moore in that spot though. But give us a 5 tech and rush backer and call it a day.

proshoota25
03-03-2011, 02:25 AM
I'd be happy with that draft for New England...I think they're more likely to take Heyward than Wilkerson though just because he's a senior and they really value that. It could go either way. I also think Watkins and Wisniewski would have passed Pouncey by now, but they did like Maurkice last year so it's possible given their obsession with Florida. Justin Houston would be great top of the second, and Cannon isn't the greatest fit ever but at #60 I'd be very happy to get him.

agree wit my boy ROP here