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RJS113
03-06-2011, 05:39 PM
Projected trade: Bucs trade #20 and #51 to Miami for #15 and #79.


Round 1

1. Carolina- Cam Newton, QB
2. Denver- Patrick Peterson, CB
3. Buffalo- Marcell Dareus, DE
4. Cincinnati- AJ Green, WR
5. Arizona- Von Miller, OLB
6. Cleveland- Da'Quan Bowers, DE
7. San Francisco- Prince Amukamara, CB
8. Tennessee- Blaine Gabbert, QB
9. Dallas- JJ Watt, DE
10. Washington- Robert Quinn, OLB
11. Houston- Aldon Smith, OLB
12. Minnesota- Nick Fairley, DT
13. Detroit- Cam Jordan, DE
14. St. Louis- Julio Jones, WR
15. Tampa Bay (From Miami)- Ryan Kerrigan, DE
16. Jacksonville- Jimmy Smith, CB
17. New England (From Oakland)- Justin Houston, OLB
18. San Diego- Akeem Ayers, OLB
19. New York Giants- Tryon Smith, OT
20. Miami (From Tampa)- Mark Ingram, RB
21. Kansas City- Phil Taylor, DT
22. Indianapolis- Nate Solder, OT
23. Philadelphia- Mike Pouncey, G
24. New Orleans- Adrian Clayborn, DE
25. Seattle- Jake Locker, QB
26. Baltimore- Brandon Harris, CB
27. Atlanta- Torrey Smith, WR
28. New England- Cameron Heyward, DE
29. Chicago- Derrick Sherrod, OT
30. New York Jets- Corey Liuget, DE
31. Pittsburgh- Anthony Castonzo, OT
32. Green Bay- Brooks Reed, OLB


Round 2

33. New England- (From Carolina)- Stefen Wisniewski, C
34. Buffalo- Christian Ponder, QB
35. Cincinnati- Ryan Mallett, QB
36. Denver- Stephen Paea, DT
37. Cleveland- Aaron Williams, CB
38. Arizona- Danny Watkins, G
39. Tennessee- Christian Ballard, DE
40. Dallas- Rodney Hudson, G
41. Washington- Jon Baldwin, WR
42. Houston- Rahim Moore, S
43. Minnesota- Gabe Carimi, OT
44. Detroit- Bruce Carter, OLB
45. San Francisco- Sam Acho, OLB
46. Denver (From Miami)- Martez Wilson, ILB
47. St. Louis- Mason Foster, OLB
48. Oakland- Marcus Cannon, G
49. Jacksonville- Jabaal Sheard, DE
50. San Diego- Muhammad Wilkerson, DE
51. Miami (From Tampa)- Leonard Hankerson, WR
52. New York Giants- Kyle Rudolph, TE
53. Indianapolis- Orlando Franklin, G
54. Philadelphia- Ben Ijalana, OT
55. Kansas City- Titus Young, WR
56. New Orleans- Marvin Austin, DT
57. Seattle- Drake Nevis, DT
58. Baltimore- Allen Bailey, DE
59. Atlanta- Lance Kendricks, TE
60. New England- Clint Boling, OT
61. San Diego (From Jets)- Jerrel Jernigan, WR
62. Chicago- Jurrell Casey, DT
63. Pittsburgh- Ras-I Dowling, CB
64. Green Bay- Curtis Brown, CB


Round 3

65. Carolina- Davon House, CB
66. Cincinnati- DeAndre McDaniel, S
67. Denver- Greg Jones, OLB
68. Buffalo- Jason Pinkston, OT
69. Arizona- Dontay Moch, OLB
70. Cleveland- Randall Cobb, WR
71. Dallas- Quinton Carter, S
72. New Orleans (From Washington)- Kelvin Sheppard, ILB
73. Houston- Johnny Patrick, CB
74. New England (From Minnesota)- Ahmad Black, S
75. Detroit- Mikel Leshoure, RB
76. San Francisco- Andy Dalton, QB
77. Tennessee- Tyler Sash, S
78. St. Louis- Ryan Williams, RB
79. Tampa Bay (From Miami)- Mark Herzlich, OLB
80. Jacksonville- Ricky Stanzi, QB
81. Oakland- Rashad Carmichael, CB
82. San Diego- DeMarcus Love, OT
83. New York Giants- Quan Sturdivant, ILB
84. Tampa Bay- Greg Romeus, DE
85. Philadelphia- Nate Irving, OLB
86. Kansas City- Chris Carter, OLB
87. Indianapolis- Robert Sands, S
88. New Orleans- Deunta Williams, S
89. San Diego (From Seattle)- Brandon Burton, CB
90. Baltimore- Jeron Johnson, S
91. Atlanta- Jeremy Beal, DE
92. New England- DeMarco Murray, RB
93. Chicago- Greg Little, WR
94. New York Jets- Kenrick Ellis, DT
95. Pittsburgh- Pernell McPhee, DE
96. Green Bay- Kendall Hunter, RB


Round 4

97. Carolina- Jarvis Jenkins, DT
98. Seattle (From New England via Denver)- Marcus Gilbert, OT
99. Buffalo- Shareece Wright, CB
100. Cincinnati- Daniel Thomas, RB
101. Cleveland- Colin McCarthy, ILB
102. Arizona- James Brewer, OT
103. Philadelphia- Shiloh Keo, S
104. Houston- Jerrell Powe, DT
105. Minnesota- Kristofer O'Dowd, C
106. Detroit- Tandon Doss, WR
107. San Francisco- Jake Kirkpatrick, C
108. Tennessee- Chimdi Chekwa, CB
109. Dallas- Curtis Marsh, CB
110. Miami- Will Rackley, G
111. St. Louis- Jaiquawn Jarrett, S
112. Oakland- Colin Kaepernick, QB
113. Jacksonville- KJ Wright, OLB
114. San Francisco (From San Diego)- Edmond Gates, WR
115. Tampa Bay- Casey Matthews, ILB
116. New York Giants- Jordan Todman, RB
117. Kansas City- Stevan Ridley, RB
118. Indianapolis- Brandon Fusco, C
119. Philadelphia- Korey Lindsey, CB
120. Jacksonville (From New Orleans)- Terrence Toliver, WR
121. Buffalo (From Seattle)- Cliff Matthews, OLB
122. Baltimore- Steven Friday, OLB
123. Atlanta- Shane Vereen, RB
124. New England- Austin Pettis, WR
125. New York Jets- Tom Keiser, OLB
126. Chicago- John Moffitt, G
127. Pittsburgh- Taiwan Jones, RB
128. Green Bay- Cecil Shorts III, WR


Round 5

129. Carolina- Pierre Allen, DE
130. Buffalo- Luke Stocker, TE
131. Cincinnati- Jerrard Tarrant, FS
132. Tampa Bay (From Denver)- Jacquizz Rogers, RB
133. Arizona- Chris White, ILB
134. Cleveland- James Carpenter, G
135. Houston- Niles Paul, WR
136. Minnesota- Greg McElroy, QB
137. Kansas City (From Detroit)- Lee Ziemba, OT
138. San Francisco- Jalil Brown, CB
139. Tennessee- Lawrence Wilson, OLB
140. Dallas- Chris Hairston, OT
141. Washington- Sione Fua, DT
142. St. Louis- Jordan Cameron, TE
143. Miami- Rob Housler, TE
144. Jacksonville- Joe Lefeged, S
145. Oakland- Virgil Green, TE
146. Philadelphia (From San Diego)- Tim Barnes, C
147. Minnesota (From Giants)- Chris Conte, S
148. Kansas City (From Tampa)- Zach Hurd, G
149. Indianapolis- Ricky Elmore, DE
150. Philadelphia- Jamie Harper, RB
151. Detroit (From Kansas City)- Derek Hall, OT
152. Washington (From New Orleans)- Chykie Brown, CB
153. Seattle- Ray Dominguez, OG
154. Seattle (From Baltimore)- DeJon Gomes, SS
155. Atlanta- Derek Newton, OT
156. New England- Brandon Hogan, CB
157. Chicago- Marcus Gilchrist, CB
158. New York Jets- Dwayne Harris, WR
159. Pittsburgh- Ross Homan, OLB
160. Green Bay- Lawrence Guy, DE



Arizona Cardinals
5. Von Miller, OLB
38. Danny Watkins, G
69. Dontay Moch, OLB
102. James Brewer, OT
133. Chris White, ILB

Atlanta Falcons
27. Torrey Smith, WR
59. Lance Kendricks, TE
91. Jeremy Beal, DE
123. Shane Vereen, RB
155. Derek Newton, OT

Baltimore Ravens
26. Brandon Harris, CB
58. Allen Bailey, DE
90. Jeron Johnson, S
122. Steven Friday, OLB

Buffalo Bills
3. Marcell Dareus, DE
34. Christian Ponder, QB
68. Jason Pinkston, OT
99. Shareece Wright, CB
121. Cliff Matthews, OLB
130. Luke Stocker, TE

Carolina Panthers
1. Cam Newton, QB
65. Davon House, CB
97. Jarvis Jenkins, DT
129. Pierre Allen, DE

Chicago Bears
29. Derrick Sherrod, OT
62. Jurrell Casey, DT
93. Greg Little, WR
126. John Moffitt, G
157. Marcus Gilchrist, CB

Cincinnati Bengals
4. AJ Green, WR
35. Ryan Mallett, QB
66. DeAndre McDaniel, S
100. Daniel Thomas, RB
131. Jerrard Tarrant, FS

Cleveland Browns
6. Da'Quan Bowers, DE
37. Aaron Williams, CB
70. Randall Cobb, WR
101. Colin McCarthy, ILB
134. James Carpenter, G

Dallas Cowboys
9. JJ Watt, DE
40. Rodney Hudson, G
71. Quinton Carter, S
109. Curtis Marsh, CB
140. Chris Hairston, OT

Denver Broncos
2. Patrick Peterson, CB
36. Stephen Paea, DT
46. Martez Wilson, ILB
67. Greg Jones, OLB

Detroit Lions
13. Cam Jordan, DE
44. Bruce Carter, OLB
75. Mikel Leshoure, RB
106. Tandon Doss, WR
151. Derek Hall, OT

Green Bay Packers
32. Brooks Reed, OLB
64. Curtis Brown, CB
96. Kendall Hunter, RB
128. Cecil Shorts III, WR
160. Lawrence Guy, DE

Houston Texans
11. Aldon Smith, OLB
42. Rahim Moore, S
73. Johnny Patrick, CB
104. Jerrell Powe, DT
135. Niles Paul, WR

Indianapolis Colts
22. Nate Solder, OT
53. Orlando Franklin, G
87. Robert Sands, S
118. Brandon Fusco, C
149. Ricky Elmore, DE

Jacksonville Jaguars
16. Jimmy Smith, CB
49. Jabaal Sheard, DE
80. Ricky Stanzi, QB
113. KJ Wright, OLB
120. Terrence Toliver, WR
144. Joe Lefeged, S

Kansas City Chiefs
21. Phil Taylor, DT
55. Titus Young, WR
86. Chris Carter, OLB
117. Stevan Ridley, RB
137. Lee Ziemba, OT
148. Zach Hurd, G

Miami Dolphins
20. Mark Ingram, RB
51. Leonard Hankerson, WR
110. Will Rackley, OG
143. Rob Housler, TE

Minnesota Vikings
12. Nick Fairley, DT
43. Gabe Carimi, OT
105. Kristofer O'Dowd, C
136. Greg McElroy, QB
147. Chris Conte, S

New England Patriots
17. Justin Houston, OLB
28. Cameron Heyward, DE
33. Stefen Wisniewski, C
60. Clint Boling, OT
74. Ahmad Black, S
92. DeMarco Murray, RB
124. Austin Pettis, WR
156. Brandon Hogan, CB

New Orleans Saints
24. Adrian Clayborn, DE
56. Marvin Austin, DT
72. Kelvin Sheppard, ILB
88. Deunta Williams, S

New York Giants
19. Tryon Smith, OT
52. Kyle Rudolph, TE
83. Quan Sturdivant, ILB
116. Jordan Todman, RB

New York Jets
30. Corey Liuget, DE
94. Kenrick Ellis, DT
125. Tom Keiser, OLB
158. Dwayne Harris, WR

Oakland Raiders
48. Marcus Cannon, G
81. Rashad Carmichael, CB
112. Colin Kaepernick, QB
145. Oakland- Virgil Green, TE

Philadelphia Eagles
23. Mike Pouncey, G
54. Ben Ijalana, OT
85. Nate Irving, OLB
103. Shiloh Keo, S
119. Korey Lindsey, CB
146. Tim Barnes, C
150. Jamie Harper, RB

Pittsburgh Steelers
31. Anthony Castonzo, OT
63. Ras-I Dowling, CB
95. Pernell McPhee, DE
127. Taiwan Jones, RB
159. Ross Homan, OLB

San Diego Chargers
18. Akeem Ayers, OLB
50. Muhammad Wilkerson, DE
61. Jerrel Jernigan, WR
82. DeMarcus Love, OT
89. Brandon Burton, CB

San Francisco 49ers
7. Prince Amukamara, CB
45. Sam Acho, OLB
76. Andy Dalton, QB
107. Jake Kirkpatrick, C
114. Edmond Gates, WR
138. Jalil Brown, CB

Seattle Seahawks
25. Jake Locker, QB
57. Drake Nevis, DT
98. Marcus Gilbert, OT
153. Ray Dominguez, OG
154. DeJon Gomes, SS

St. Louis Rams
14. Julio Jones, WR
47. Mason Foster, OLB
78. Ryan Williams, RB
111. Jaiquawn Jarrett, S
142. Jordan Cameron, TE

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
15. Ryan Kerrigan, DE
79. Mark Herzlich, OLB
84. Greg Romeus, DE
115. Casey Matthews, ILB
132. Jacquizz Rogers, RB

Tennessee Titans
8. Blaine Gabbert, QB
39. Christian Ballard, DE
77. Tyler Sash, S
108. Chimdi Chekwa, CB
139. Lawrence Wilson, OLB

Washington Redskins
10. Robert Quinn, OLB
41. Jon Baldwin, WR
141. Sione Fua, DT
152. Chykie Brown, CB

akvikefan89
03-06-2011, 05:45 PM
Even though Nick Fairley isn't a great fit since we have Kevin Williams playing his DT spot, it's a great value pick and this is an amazing Vikings mock.

T-RICH49
03-06-2011, 05:47 PM
very nice KC draft

Don Vito
03-06-2011, 05:47 PM
New England Patriots
17. Justin Houston, OLB
28. Cameron Heyward, DE
33. Stefen Wisniewski, C
60. Clint Boling, OT
74. Ahmad Black, S
92. DeMarco Murray, RB
124. Austin Pettis, WR
156. Brandon Hogan, CB


I am not the biggest Justin Houston fan, so when I saw that pick I was kind of disappointed. Then you went on to make one of the most amazing and complete Pats mocks I have ever seen. That is just awesome, I doubt Ahmad Black goes in the third but that is still an incredible mock.

Bengals78
03-06-2011, 05:52 PM
Cincinnati Bengals
4. AJ Green, WR - A
35. Ryan Mallett, QB - C
66. DeAndre McDaniel, S - B+
100. Daniel Thomas, RB - B
131. Jerrard Tarrant, FS - F

Green is fine.
Mallett is not what we need at QB. If we are truly considering a WCO
McDaniel as a SS is a good fit.
Thomas is ok, not sure he fits the WCO
Tarrant is all kinds of bad. We do not need 2 S but 0 OL or DL

Overall I would grade it a C-.
Not based on the players but based on missing the lines completely

Matthew Jones
03-06-2011, 05:53 PM
Very realistic Patriots mock. I would probably sub out Pettis for Moffitt because New England needs more than one interior lineman and Moffitt is an excellent value at that point. I think they might go with someone a little less sketchy than Hogan, although I would enjoy that pick. Maybe Marcus Gilchrist.

Grizzlegom
03-06-2011, 08:09 PM
Decent Phins picks overall. Not a fan of the trade though, don't see us trading down without gaining extra picks. Difference between 2nd/3rd not much in this draft.

Trogdor
03-06-2011, 08:13 PM
Dallas Cowboys
9. JJ Watt, DE
40. Rodney Hudson, G
71. Quinton Carter, S
109. Curtis Marsh, CB
140. Chris Hairston, OT

Can live with all the picks except Hudson. RT is a glaring hole (and our guards are mediocre at best) and we passed on Carimi and Cannon.

DiG
03-06-2011, 08:50 PM
dont like the baldwin pick at all. would much prefer an interior lineman or 5 dlineman. the rest is fine.

jCut
03-06-2011, 08:53 PM
I'm not sure Denver needs Martez Wilson and Greg Jones. Mikel Leshoure would be a nice value in the third.

coordinator0
03-06-2011, 10:34 PM
Not really my favorite Ravens draft, and we don't address one of our biggest needs (WR), but I'd be happy with this.

Nalej
03-06-2011, 10:34 PM
Very realistic Patriots mock. I would probably sub out Pettis for Moffitt because New England needs more than one interior lineman and Moffitt is an excellent value at that point. I think they might go with someone a little less sketchy than Hogan, although I would enjoy that pick. Maybe Marcus Gilchrist.

Took the words right out of my mouth.

noondog
03-06-2011, 10:54 PM
Solid Lions mock

Brown Leader
03-06-2011, 11:32 PM
Cleveland Browns
6. Da'Quan Bowers, DE - JJ Watt
37. Aaron Williams, CB - not a bad choice for the new cover 2
70. Randall Cobb, WR - prefer Greg Little
101. Colin McCarthy, ILB - nice player but I'd like OT Jah Reid in the 4th
134. James Carpenter, G - I'll go with RB Locke

49erNation85
03-06-2011, 11:45 PM
love all the picks for SF.As long as we get a QB I'm good.Dalton or Stanzi could either way in rnd 3.I like Stazni a little better.

the_legend_killer
03-07-2011, 12:33 AM
Even though Nick Fairley isn't a great fit since we have Kevin Williams playing his DT spot, it's a great value pick and this is an amazing Vikings mock.

This pretty much sums up my feelings.

Abaddon
03-07-2011, 12:41 AM
48. Oakland- Marcus Cannon, G

Works.

81. Oakland- Rashad Carmichael, CB

Rather have Love or even Powe there, but a CB seems likely on Day 2.

112. Oakland- Colin Kaepernick, QB

Al doesn't dig on running QBs. Grab Moffitt there to fill the hole at center and that's a win.

145. Oakland- Virgil Green, TE

#Winning

thebow305
03-07-2011, 12:44 AM
Very nice Phins draft! Love the trade and picks of Ingram and Hankerson! Rackley isn't bad in the 4th, neither is Housler in the 5th, but position-wise I'd prefer Moffitt or Carpenter at OG and Virgil Green at TE in those rounds.

GB12
03-07-2011, 01:46 AM
I wouldn't take Reed over Carimi. Brown is good, but I'd definitely take Burton over him.. I like Hunter in the third a lot. I'd snag Jalil Brown in the fourth. Guy in the fifth is alright.


I think Carimi needs to be ahead of Reed, but other than that you did pretty good. I'd make the other changes above too, but if you'd just switch Reed and Carimi it'd be a very solid Packers draft.

Poz51
03-07-2011, 09:18 AM
3. Buffalo- Marcell Dareus, DE

34. Buffalo- Christian Ponder, QB
43. Minnesota- Gabe Carimi, OT
46. Denver (From Miami)- Martez Wilson, ILB
52. New York Giants- Kyle Rudolph, TE
54. Philadelphia- Ben Ijalana, OT

68. Buffalo- Jason Pinkston, OT
72. New Orleans (From Washington)- Kelvin Sheppard, ILB

99. Buffalo- Shareece Wright, CB
109. Dallas- Curtis Marsh, CB
112. Oakland- Colin Kaepernick, QB
121. Buffalo (From Seattle)- Cliff Matthews, OLB
130. Buffalo- Luke Stocker, TE

Dareus is a good pick in the first. Im not sold on Ponder in the second with the value that is still on the board, this is not to say that it is not possible, because I could see it happening, but there is something I can not put my finger on other than arm strength, and better value. Anyways, Carimi and Rudolph would be very difficult to pass on, even for a "franchise" type signal caller, I like Kaepernick's value in the 4th much better than Ponder in the 2nd. Pinkston does not do much for me in the 3rd, as I dont see him as a short or long term upgrade over what we currently have, where as Shepard probably comes in and starts (hopefully) next to Poz from day 1. I like Wright, but have Marsh higher on my board right now, and think he also has a higher ceiling, and think Kaepernick's value is good in that spot. I do not mind Matthews too much, I think its a little high for him, and I would rather have Chris Carter from Fresno St. (I didnt see him, did I miss him?) there. Love landing Stocker in the 5th, although I doubt he'll last that long in April. As it is it a good mock for Buffalo, IMO a better one would be this:
1 - Dareus
2 - Carimi (or Rudolph)
3 - Sheppard
4 - Kaepernick
4 - Stocker

This would help upgrade the run D, upgrade the offensive line, add a QB of the future to develop behind Fitzpatrick, and add a viable weapon who can also block at TE. It would also fill major needs with appropriate values. Adding a corner would be real nice, but filling all the holes with the first 5 picks is just not always possible... For whatever its worth, thats my .02.

txparkes49x
03-07-2011, 12:41 PM
I like it bro great job.

TNPatsFan
03-07-2011, 12:50 PM
I like that draft for the Pats. I would just make this one comment regarding Boling. Having seen a good number of Georgia games, Boling never looked that good to me at OT. I think he is much more suited to play OG and that's where I suspect he will end up in the NFL. Now the Pats do need to draft an OG so that pick would work but if the intent of the mock is to give them an OT (which they could use one of those too), I don't think Boling would be the right choice.

prock
03-07-2011, 01:02 PM
Even though Nick Fairley isn't a great fit since we have Kevin Williams playing his DT spot, it's a great value pick and this is an amazing Vikings mock.

This. Though I would prefer Jordan to Fairley.

Unbiased
03-07-2011, 01:17 PM
Jags:

Jimmy Smith and Jabaal Sheard both have character concerns so i don't think the Jags will draft them in the first 2 rounds. The rest of the picks are really nice, especially Stanzi. I think Justin Houston and Davon House are more likely picks.

StrikeAnywhere
03-07-2011, 02:50 PM
Denver Broncos
2. Patrick Peterson, CB
36. Stephen Paea, DT
46. Martez Wilson, ILB
67. Greg Jones, OLB

A solid Denver draft. 3 starters in 3 picks is a good haul. The only suggestion I have is that Dareus might be picked over Peterson. I personally think that Peterson is the best player in the draft, but I just have a hard time seeing them take him when they don't even have a DT to play the 4-3, let alone an impact DT. An all-star secondary is still gets beat if they WR's have all day to get open. Getting Paea in round 2 solves that a bit, but they can't guarantee that he's available when they are on the clock at #2...
Just some food for thought, no need to change your picks or anything. Just providing some input to chew on when forming the next one.

Good job. Getting that deep into the draft is a heck of a lot of research!