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SolidGold
03-29-2011, 08:04 PM
Here is my six round mock - i might add a 7th. No trades or FA scenarios. I think Vikings fans will hate me...

First Round

1. Carolina Panthers - Marcell Dareus DT Alabama - Rivera is a defensive minded coach. No QB is worthy of the top spot. Dareus fills a big need for the Panthers and the best way to build a winner is by addressing the line.
2. Denver Broncos - Patrick Peterson CB LSU - Most promising player in the draft with the most talent. Denver's going back to the 4-3 defense, this draft is stacked with quality d-line men and Denver gets Dumervil back as a DE next year.
3. Buffalo Bills - Cam Newton QB Auburn - Rumor was they were poised to take Tebow last draft in the 2nd before Denver traded back into the first to get Tebow. Newton is essentially the same player Tebow was and the type Chan Gailey likes at the QB position. Good luck trying to break down the AFC East defenses of New England, NYJ and Miami CAM! (Not a real big Newton fan)
4. Cincinnati Bengals - Blaine Gabbert QB Missouri - Cincinatti gets their QB of the future. Should be a good fit in Gruden's WCO.
5. Arizona Cardinals - Von Miller LB Texas A&M - BPA and no QB available is worthy of this pick. Miller immediatly fills a need for Arizona
6. Cleveland Browns - AJ Green WR UGA - Colt McCoy needs a WR with the potential to be a gamebreaker. The Browns are going back to a 4-3 defense but the biggest weakness is their recieving corps
7. San Francisco 49ers - Prince Amakamura CB Nebraska - SF's most glaring hole is at QB. Other than that they have a solid offensive foundation. No available QB warrants consideration. Prince is going to be a very good CB and this fills a big need for San Fran
8. Tennessee Titans - Nick Fairley DT Auburn - Good value pick. Questions about Fairley's work ethic and character allow him to fall this far. The Titans get a solid building block for their D-Line.
9. Dallas Cowboys - Tyron Smith OT USC - I think Doug Free played LT very well last season and they would like to resign him. Jerry Jones never drafts o-line early but Smith is rising up draft boards and addresses a huge need for the Cowboys.
10. Washington Redskins - Julio Jones WR Alabama - Addresses a big need for the Skins. QB is another position to be addressed but Jones is to good to pass up.
11. Houston Texans - JJ Watt DE Wisconsin - The Texans offense is a well oiled machine but the defense leaves alot to be desired. Watt goes here due to the fact he is the best 5 technique in the draft. With the Texans transition to a 3-4 they need to get players that fit the scheme.
12. Minnesota Vikings - Da'Quan Bowers DE Clemson - Falls due to injury concerns leading up the draft and fears he is a one year wonder in college. Frazier has made it clear he would like a QB but none are worth the 12th overall pick.
13. Detroit Lions - Anthony Costanzo OT Boston College - One of the safer picks in the draft. The Lions will look to Costanzo to protect Matt Stafford.
14. St. Louis Rams - Robert Quinn DE UNC - Spags has a boner for D-lineman going back to his time with the Giants. Quinn will be a very good compliment to Chris Long and give Spags more versatility with defensive looks.
15. Miami Dolphins - Cam Jordan DE Cal - Miami has drafted 5 techniques with varying degrees of sucess the past few years. Jordan is the son of a former NFL player, college graduate and if Sparano is anything like Parecells these will play a big role in the decision making process.
16. Jacksonville Jaguars - Ryan Kerrigan DE Purdue - Like everyone else says - Gene Smith type pick.
17. New England Patriots (f/OAK ) - Gabe Carimi OT Wisconsin - Big mauling tackle, will move right into the RT position when Vollmer takes over the LT spot.
18. San Diego Chargers - Aldon Smith DE/OLB Missouri - Chargers need to find a dependable rush OLB. Larry English has not shown much.
19. New York Giants - Danny Watkins OG/OT Baylor - Versatile player, Giants O-line has been hit by injuries, Watkings can play either guard position, RT and potentially center. He will be a 26 year old rookie but the Giants are not in rebuilding mode so this will not be much of a factor.
20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Adrian Clayborn DE Iowa - The Bucs addressed the interior DL last draft and now get a very good DE in Clayborn to get to the QB.
21. Kansas City Chiefs - Phil Taylor DT Baylor - Chiefs have done a pretty good drafting with Pioli. He will be a good presence in the middle of the Chiefs 3-4.
22. Indianapolis Colts - Nate Solder OT Colorado - Solder has the most potential of any tackle in the draft. Polian has not drafter many o-linemen early. Manning needs pass protection.
23. Philadelphia Eagles - Jimmy Smith CB Colorado - Character concerns but also talented. Reid does not shy away from players with character concerns (obviously).
24. New Orleans Saints - Cameron Heyward DE Ohio St - Flying a little under the radar but his Bowl performance was amazing vs Arkansas.
25. Seattle Seahawks - Brandon Harris CB Miami - Seattle could go QB here but after spending a 2nd rounder last season on Whitehurst Carrol decided to address the biggest team need.
26. Baltimore Ravens - Torrey Smith WR Maryland - The Ravens WR crop is aging and slow, no real vertical threats exist to challenge teams downfield.Smith can help stretch teams downfield.
27. Atlanta Falcons - Titus Young WR Boise St - Compliment to Roddy White. Jenkins has not stepped up as a reliable number 2.
28. New England Patriots - Justin Houston OLB - Drafted to get to the QB. Can platoon with Banta-Cain and Ninkovich until he is ready to step in as a full time starter.
29. Chicago Bears - Derek Sherrod OT Miss St - Addresses the biggest weakness of the team
30. New York Jets - Brooks Reed OLB Arizona - Jets need a pass rushing OLB
31. Pittsburgh Steelers - Muhammad Wilkerson DT/DE Temple - Rising up the draft boards during the predraft process. The Steelers are older on the D-Line. Smith, Keisel and Hampton are all in their 30s. Projects as a 5 technique but might be able to move inside.
32. Green Bay Packers - Mark Ingram RB Alabama - Ryan Grant is returning from injury, James Starks was impressive in the post season but it is unknown if he can be counted on to be healthy for a whole season. Ingram is a great value pick here and addresses a need.

Second Round

33. New England Patriots (f/CAR ) - Aaron Williams CB/S Texas - Merriweather's offseason troubles will leave the the Pats with some questions in the secondary.
34. Buffalo Bills - Ben Ilijana OT Villanova - Bills need tackle help
35. Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Pouncey OG/C Florida - have to protect the new future of the franchise
36. Denver Broncos - Corey Liuget DT Illinois - John Fox continues rebuilding the 4-3 defense
37. Cleveland Browns - Christian Ballard DE/DT Iowa - Ballard's versatility will help the Browns as they also transition back to a 4-3.
38. Arizona Cardinals - Christian Ponder QB FSU - Ponder is a smart QB that Whisenhunt will be able to coach up. Should be a good fit with the Cards offense.
39. Tennessee Titans - Ryan Mallet QB Arkansas - With Vince Young out of the picture the QB position needs to be addressed. If they resign Kerry Collins he would be a perfect mentor for Mallet. Mallet is essentially a young Kerry Collins. Same style of QB and same type of character issues (Collins was an alcholic and there are rumors that Mallet uses hard drugs).
40. Dallas Cowboys - Rahim Moore S UCLA - Safety is a big question mark for the Cowboys
41. Washington Redskins - Jake Locker QB Washintgton - Shanhan lucks out and Locker falls to the Skins in the second.
42. Houston Texans - Ras I-Dowling CB UVA - Texans need to continue addressing the pourous defense.
43. Minnesota Vikings - Martez Wilson LB Illinois - Ben Leber may not be back.
44. Detroit Lions - Bruce Carter LB UNC - LB is a big need for the Lions
45. San Francisco 49ers - Akeem Ayers LB UCLA - I think Harbaugh believes in Alex Smith and they may try to resign him.
46. Denver Broncos (f/MIA ) - Kelvin Sheppard LB LSU - Broncos address all three levels of the defense with their first 3 picks
47. St. Louis Rams - Johnathan Baldwin WR Pitt - Has character issues but the Rams need to try and find a number 1 WR.
48. Oakland Raiders - Johnny Patrick CB Louisville - The Raiders have a huge hole at CB
49. Jacksonville Jaguars - Andy Dalton QB TCU - The Jags get there successor for Garrard. Gene Smith gets his man again.
50. San Diego Chargers - Marcus Cannon OT TCU - San Diego needs to address the RT position
51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Curtis Brown CB Texas - Barber is 36 years old. Talib is a derelict
52. New York Giants - Mason Foster LB Washington - Bullock is getting up there and LB is a position of need.
53. Indianapolis Colts - Rodney Hudson C FSU - Jeff Saturday's potential replacement
54. Philadelphia Eagles - Clint Boling OG/RT - Eagles have some holes on the o-line. Boling can play interior or RT.
55. Kansas City Chiefs - Leonard Hankerson WR Miami - Compliment to Bowe, KC's young offense nuclues is emerging
56. New Orleans Saints - Mikel Leshoure RB Illinois - Great value pick. Saints had the injury bug hit them hard in the backfield last year.
57. Seattle Seahawks - Stephan Paea DT Oregon St -
58. Baltimore Ravens - Curtis Marsh CB Utah St - CB is a glaring need for the Ravens D
59. Atlanta Falcons - Kyle Rudolph TE Notre Dame - The Falcons luck out and get the eventual replacement for Tony Gonzalez
60. New England Patriots - Marvin Austin DT UNC - Adds depth to the Pats d-line
61. San Diego Chargers (f/NYJ ) - Jerrell Jerrigan Troy - Rivers did alot of damage with alot of "no name" recievers. The Chargers hope Jerrigan can be the player they thought Buster Davis was going to be.
62. Chicago Bears - Drake Nevis DT LSU - Bears need to add depth to the D-Line after cutting Tommie Harris
63. Pittsburgh Steelers - James Carpenter OT Alabama - Steelers o-line is a huge question mark
64. Green Bay Packers - Kendrick Ellis DT Hampton - NT in the Packers 3-4

Third Round

65. Carolina Panthers - Rashad Carmichael CB Va Tech
66. Cincinnati Bengals - Jabaal Sheard DE Pitt
67. Denver Broncos - Ryan Williams RB Va Tech
68. Buffalo Bills - Luke Stocker TE Tennessee
69. Arizona Cardinals - Orlando Franklin OT Miamia
70. Cleveland Browns - John Moffit OG Wisconsin
71. Dallas Cowboys - Davon House CB New Mexico St
72. New Orleans Saints (f/WAS ) - Colin McCarthy LB Miami
73. Houston Texans - Sam Acho LB Texas
74. New England Patriots (f/MIN ) - Stefen Wisniewski OG/C Penn State
75. Detroit Lions - Allen Bailey DE Miami
76. San Francisco 49ers - Colin Kaepernick QB Nevada
77. Tennessee Titans - Jeron Johnson S Boise St
78. St. Louis Rams - Ross Homan LB Ohio St
79. Miami Dolphins - Jordan Todman RB UCONN
80. Jacksonville Jaguars - Shane Vereen RB CAL
81. Oakland Raiders - Will Rackley OG Lehigh
82. San Diego Chargers - DeMarco Murray RB Oklahoma
83. New York Giants - Kendall Hunter RB Ok St.
84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Quinton Carter S Oklahoma
85. Philadelphia Eagles - Chris Conte S Cal
86. Kansas City Chiefs - Ricky Stanzi QB Iowa
87. Indianapolis Colts - Tyler Sash S Iowa
88. New Orleans Saints - James Brewer OT Indiana
89. San Diego Chargers (f/SEA ) - Nate Irving NC St LB
90. Baltimore Ravens - Greg Romeous DE Pitt
91. Atlanta Falcons - Stephen Schilling OG Michigan
92. New England Patriots - Daniel Thomas RB Kansas St
93. Chicago Bears - Randall Cobb WR Kentucky
94. New York Jets - Quan Sturdivant LB UNC
95. Pittsburgh Steelers - Chimdi Chekwa CB Ohio St
96. Green Bay Packers - Dontay Moch OLB Nevada
97. Carolina Panthers (comp) - Brandon Burton CB Utah

Fourth Round

98. Carolina Panthers - DJ Williams TE Arkansas
99. Seattle Seahawks (f/DEN/NE ) - Kris O'Dowd C USC
100. Buffalo Bills - Brandon Hogan CB WVU
101. Cincinnati Bengals - Lee Ziemba OG/RT Auburn
102. Cleveland Browns - DeMarcus Love OT Miss St.
103. Arizona Cardinals - Andrew Jackson OG Fresno St.
104. Philadelphia Eagles (f/WAS ) - Mark Herzelich LB Boston College
105. Houston Texans - Jerrell Powe DT - Ole Miss
106. Minnesota Vikings - Shareece Wright CB USC
107. Detroit Lions - Dane Sanzenbacher WR Ohio St
108. San Francisco 49ers - Delone Carter RB Syracuse
109. Tennessee Titans - Zane Taylor C/G Utah
110. Dallas Cowboys - Anthony Sherman FB UCONN
111. Miami Dolphins - Chris Culliver S South Carolina
112. St. Louis Rams - Taiwan Jones RB Eastern Washington
113. Oakland Raiders - Brandon Fusco C Slippery Rock
114. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jalil Brown CB Colorado
115. San Francisco 49ers (f/SD ) - Greg Salas WR Hawaii
116. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Jason Pinkston OG/OT Pitt
117. New York Giants - Casey Matthews LB Oregon
118. Kansas City Chiefs - Chris Carter OLB Fresno St
119. Indianapolis Colts - Sione Fua DT Stanford
120. Philadelphia Eagles - Ian Williams DT Notre Dame
121. Jacksonville Jaguars (f/NO ) - Scott Lutrus LB UCONN
122. Buffalo Bills (f/SEA ) - Marcus Gilbert OT Florida
123. Baltimore Ravens - Alex Linnenkohl C Oregon St
124. Atlanta Falcons - Ricky Elmore DE Arizona
125. New England Patriots - Tandon Doss WR Indiana
126. New York Jets - Deunta Williams S UNC
127. Chicago Bears - Zach Hurd OG UCONN
128. Pittsburgh Steelers - Bilal Powell RB Louisville
129. Green Bay Packers - Jaiquan Jarrett S Temple
130. Tennessee Titans (comp) - K.J. Wright LB Miss St
131. Green Bay Packers (comp) - Thomas Keiser OLB Stanford

Fifth Round

132. Carolina Panthers - Ugo Chinasa DE Ok St
133. Buffalo Bills - Bruce Miller OLB UCF
134. Cincinnati Bengals - Greg Little WR UNC
135. Kansas City Chiefs (f/DEN/TB ) - Akeem Dent LB UGA
136. Arizona Cardinals - Lance Kendricks TE Wisconsin
137. Cleveland Browns - Rob Housler TE Florida Atlantic
138. Houston Texans - Marcus Gilchrist S Clemson
139. Minnesota Vikings - Jah Reid T UCF
140. Kansas City Chiefs (f/DET ) - Joseph Barksdale OT LSU
141. San Francisco 49ers - Owen Marecic FB/LB Stanford
142. Tennessee Titans - Terance Toliver WR LSU
143. Dallas Cowboys - Matt Murphy G UNLV
144. Washington Redskins - Chris Neild DT WVU
145. St. Louis Rams - Joe Lefeged S Rutgers
146. Miami Dolphins - Julius Thomas TE Portland St
147. Jacksonville Jaguars - Shiloh Keo S Idaho
148. Oakland Raiders - Austin Pettis WR Boise St
149. Philadelphia Eagles (f/SD ) - Derek Newton OT Arkansas St
150. Minnesota Vikings (f/NYG ) - Jeremy Kerley WR TCU
151. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Buster Skrine CB Chatanooga
152. Indianapolis Colts - Roy Helu Jr. RB Nebraska
153. Philadelphia Eagles - Jordan Cameron TE USC
154. Detroit Lions (f/KC) - Cortez Allen CB Citadel
155. Washington Redskins (f/NO ) - Tim Barnes C Missouri
156. Seattle Seahawks - Robert Sands S WVU
157. Seattle Seahawks (f/BAL ) - Keith Williams OG Nebraska
158. Atlanta Falcons - Da'norrs Searcy S UNC
159. New England Patriots - Karl Klug DE Iowa
160. Chicago Bears - Jarvis Jenkins DT Clemson
161. New York Jets - Lee Smith TE Marshall
162. Pittsburgh Steelers - Greg Jones LB Mich St
163. Green Bay Packers - Pat Devlin QB Delaware
164. Baltimore Ravens (comp) - Henry Hysnoski FB Pitt
165. Baltimore Ravens (comp) - Tyrod Taylor QB Va Tech

Sixth Round

166. Carolina Panthers - Noel Devine RB WVU
167. Cincinnati Bengals - Alex Henery K Nebraska
168. Cleveland Browns (f/DEN ) - DeMarcus Van Dyke CB Miami
169. Buffalo Bills - Ronald Johnson WR USC
170. Cleveland Browns - Derrick Locke RB/RET Kentucky
171. Arizona Cardinals - Jerrard Terrant S GA Tech
172. Minnesota Vikings - Nathan Enderle QB Idaho
173. Seattle Seahawks (f/DET ) - Niles Paul WR Nebraska
174. San Francisco 49ers - Terrell McClain DT USF
175. Tennessee Titans - Doug Hogue LB Syracuse
176. Dallas Cowboys - Bryant Browning OG Ohio St
177. Washington Redskins - Ryan Whalen WR Stanford
178. Houston Texans - Darvin Adams WR Auburn
179. Miami Dolphins - Jake Kirkpatrick C TCU
180. Baltimore Ravens (f/STL ) - Alex Wujciak LB Maryland
181. Oakland Raiders - Cliff Matthews DE South Carolina
182. Jacksonville Jaguars - Cecil Shorts WR Mt. Union
183. San Diego Chargers - Jacquizz Rodger RB Oregon St
184. Arizona Cardinals (f/TB/PHI ) - Chykie Brown CB Texas
185. New York Giants - Richard Sherman CB Stanford
186. Denver Broncos (f/DET/PHI ) - Virgil Green TE Nevada
187. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (f/KC ) - Jamie Harper RB Clemson
188. Indianapolis Colts - Ryan Winterstyk DE Boise St
189. Denver Broncos (f/NO/NE ) - Zach Clayton DT Auburn
190. San Francisco 49ers (f/SEA ) - Mike Mohamed LB Cal
191. Baltimore Ravens - Chris Rucker Mich St
192. Atlanta Falcons - Nick Bellore LB Cent Mich
193. New England Patriots - Greg McElroy QB Alabama
194. New York Jets - Kai Forbath K UCLA
195. Chicago Bears - Eric Gordon LB Mich St
196. Pittsburgh Steelers - Ray Dominquez OG Arkansas
197. Green Bay Packers - Brandon Bair DE Oregon
198. New York Giants (comp) - Vincent Brown WR SDSU
199. Kansas City Chiefs (comp) - Will Hill S Florida
200. Minnesota Vikings (comp) - Mike Person OG Montana
201. San Diego Chargers (comp) - Byron Maxwell CB Clemson
202. New York Giants (comp) - Mike McNeil TE Nebraska
203. Carolina Panthers (comp) - Mark Legree S App St

Pat Sims 90
03-29-2011, 08:22 PM
Sign me up for the Bengals draft.

King Carls 5 Year Plan
03-29-2011, 08:25 PM
really good job from a Chiefs perspective. the 1st 4 picks are slam dunks. one thing to keep in mind is we really really need to draft a C somewhere in this draft. we have 2 high 5th round picks. Given this scenario, Tim Barnes would be a super guy to learn under Weigmann for a season and take over next year. Barnes fits our system very well.

rawdawg
03-29-2011, 08:40 PM
Jarvis Jenkins is rated as the 77th best player on this site (consistent with many others) and you have him going 160th to the Bears. I'd take it, but WOW!

xpmar9x
03-29-2011, 08:47 PM
Near perfect Titans draft. Replace Fairley with Bowers in rd1 and then it's even better.

Nalej
03-29-2011, 09:06 PM
Give the Pats J.Jenkins in the 5th
Sheard over M.Austin also.. and this is a pretty good job.

T-RICH49
03-29-2011, 09:25 PM
really good job from a Chiefs perspective. the 1st 4 picks are slam dunks. one thing to keep in mind is we really really need to draft a C somewhere in this draft. we have 2 high 5th round picks. Given this scenario, Tim Barnes would be a super guy to learn under Weigmann for a season and take over next year. Barnes fits our system very well.

what he said

49erNation85
03-29-2011, 10:15 PM
A very solid SF draft.But if Locker fails into the second round I really think JH and company will try and trade with NE to grab that would be such a steal for us.But otherwise very solid.CK is alright pick in the fourth,but IMO would rather jump on locker in the second.

drd23
03-29-2011, 10:19 PM
There a quite a few reaches among the Ravens picks.

I still maintain Torrey Smith is not worth pick 26, especially with bigger needs and the number of decent speed WRs available later in the draft.

Curtis Marsh is a good player but 2nd round is too early. Also CB is not a "glaring need" unless you mean a #1 CB. We have plenty of #2-type CBs

Romeus is a poor scheme fit and a reach in the 3rd. Linnenkohl is a reach in the 4th. What exactly do you think we'd do with Tyrod Taylor in the 5th?

There are better DBs available in the 6th than Rucker IMO too.

It'd be much better if it went something like this based on how your mock turned out
1. Brooks Reed/Justin Houston
2. Stephen Wisneiwski
3. Quan Sturdivant
4. Javaris Jenkins
5. Jacquizz Rodgers
5. Edmund Gates (who you dont have for some reason)
6. Richard Sherman
6. David Mims

That fills basically every one of our needs whilst still being close to BPA

thebow305
03-29-2011, 11:32 PM
One of the worst Phins drafts I've seen in a while. We have ZERO need for ANOTHER 5 Tech or safety. 5 Tech is the deepest position on our team and we already have two youngsters in Reshad Jones and Chris Clemons as our safeties of the future.

wicket
03-30-2011, 12:51 AM
good saints first rounder

change leshoure for paea, better value, bigger need and paea actually fits in our D whereas LeShoure is a terrible fit in the saints O.

I have a huge dislike for McCarthey personally and dont think he is anything near draftworthy in the 3rd so I dont like the pick but the position makes sense.

Id also prefer a linebacker with that 2nd third rounder over an OL but the saints have had a tendancy to draft an OLine guy high pretty much every draft. Id pick irving though

StrikeAnywhere
03-30-2011, 03:32 AM
First two rounds are very solid for Denver. This
67. Denver Broncos - Ryan Williams RB Va Tech
is not very good though. This type of pick is like a last resort if our draft board is decimated. On your board you have several viable options still though. Sturdivant, Bailey or Franklin to name a few.

AntoinCD
03-30-2011, 03:43 AM
Overall not a bad Patriots mock.

Ive said it before in other mocks but I really can't see Belichick passing over Mike Pouncey three times. He fills a need, presents good value at the top of the second, was a captain and a senior and comes from Urban Meyer's offensive system in Florida.

If the Pats wait to the end of the second before selecting a 5 tech prospect it is way more likely to be Allen Bailey than Marvin Austin as it seems they have shown a lot of interest in Bailey and Austin would likely be off their board.

Other than that I have no major qualms with the mock

Bar-bq
03-30-2011, 08:32 AM
Well done, buddy! That's an excellent Rams draft.

holt_bruce81
03-30-2011, 10:56 AM
That's a really nice Mock for the Rams.

I don't see Anthony Costanzo going that high or Mark Ingram going that low. But he it's the draft so who the heck really knows.

TAMBA is HUNGRY!!!!
03-30-2011, 11:44 AM
Love the Chiefs draft, but I don't think we will touch Will Hill.

Seasonticketholder
03-30-2011, 12:46 PM
I can almost guarantee you that the Saints will not pass on Mark Ingram for Cameron Heyward. It just won't happen. Besides, Ingram is far better player than Mikel Leshoure who you have us drafting in the second. The better value in round 2, might be to go with Stephen Paea there or even Kenrick Ellis. In the third, I would opt for Quinton Carter or Dontay Moch with the first pick and Greg Romeus with the second.

TimmG6376
03-30-2011, 01:35 PM
Don't think the Packer picks make much sense at all.
The aging OL isn't addressed at all. RB, NT, and S are not positions of need. With the recent news on Jolly the one position we probably do need depth is DE and that isn't addressed until Rd 6.

We could use a LB opposite Clay but I'm not a fan of Moch in that role.

J-Mike88
03-30-2011, 11:11 PM
32. Green Bay Packers - Mark Ingram RB Alabama - Ryan Grant is returning from injury, James Starks was impressive in the post season but it is unknown if he can be counted on to be healthy for a whole season. Ingram is a great value pick here and addresses a need.
I like Ingram, but RB is not a position of need for the Champs.
Did you know: Rookie RB James Starks led the NFL in rushing in this post-season?
He's fresh as a daisy after missing his final year in college and the first 3/4th of this NFL season...... plus we get Ryan Grant back who took the whole year off after rushing for 1200+ yards in 09.
And the team loves Brandon Jackson and wants to keep him as the 3rd down specialist if possible.

That is not a position of need, to use the 1st round pick on.

This team's needs are:
OT, OLB are the 2 biggest.
CB, WR, DE are pretty big too.
And this team needs a PR/KR.

smittyjs
03-31-2011, 12:19 AM
Other than Ryan Mallet this is a good titans draft.

TNPatsFan
04-02-2011, 08:43 PM
I really love that draft for the Pats. I tried to come up with some constructive criticism but if every pick went that way I don't think I could find anything to complain about. I even love the fourth round pick of Tandon Doss. If the Pats don't grab a top WR in round 1 or at pick 33, then I think they would wait like in this mock to get someone like Doss.

If I would do anything different I would grab another OG somewhere along the way. I love the Wisniewski pick and think he could start at OG right away. But I would see him moving over to start at Center after this season so they would still need another starting-caliber OG at some point.

jrdrylie
04-02-2011, 08:56 PM
Pretty good Bears draft. Getting a second DT in round five isn't a need, but it is good value. And the Bears need a WR, but not Cobb. He is no different than the guys we already have.

I also doubt the Jags would spend a third rounder on a running back. MJD is one of the best in the NFL an they are more than satisfied with Rashad Jennings as his backup and Greg Jones at fullback.

CheeseKnuckles
04-02-2011, 09:02 PM
Not sure where you came up with the Packers picks, but none make sense.

vidae
04-02-2011, 10:57 PM
really good job from a Chiefs perspective. the 1st 4 picks are slam dunks. one thing to keep in mind is we really really need to draft a C somewhere in this draft. we have 2 high 5th round picks. Given this scenario, Tim Barnes would be a super guy to learn under Weigmann for a season and take over next year. Barnes fits our system very well.

Pretty much what he said. If you replace Akeem Dent with Barnes that is a slam dunk A+ Chiefs mock.

ChicagoBearsVet23
04-02-2011, 11:53 PM
I like this Bears draft. Good Job yo

gouldo
04-03-2011, 02:50 AM
Not a fan of the Miami draft at all.

Jordan with the 1st pick. No thanks


1. Ingram not Jordan
3. DJ Williams or Lance Kendricks not Todman
4. Taiwan Jones or Bilal Powell over Culliver
5. Tim Barnes over Thomas
6. Greg McIlroy over Kirkpatrick

Grizzlegom
04-03-2011, 07:03 AM
One of the worst Phins drafts I've seen in a while. We have ZERO need for ANOTHER 5 Tech or safety. 5 Tech is the deepest position on our team and we already have two youngsters in Reshad Jones and Chris Clemons as our safeties of the future.

This. We are stacked at both 5 tech and safety and I'd be SHOCKED if we took either in this draft. The rest of the picks are good but using a premium pick on DE would straight up ruin the rest of the draft for me.

rawdawg
04-03-2011, 09:28 AM
29. Chicago Bears - Derek Sherrod OT Miss St -
62. Chicago Bears - Drake Nevis DT LSU -
93. Chicago Bears - Randall Cobb WR Kentucky
127. Chicago Bears - Zach Hurd OG UCONN
160. Chicago Bears - Jarvis Jenkins DT Clemson
195. Chicago Bears - Eric Gordon LB Mich St


Not bad. Not exactly what I would have done, but all the obvious positions were nailed. OL and DT in the 1st 3 rounds, 2nd OL, and a LB late. I think you can take it to the bank that the Bears draft will feature all 3 of these things.