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jrdrylie
04-04-2011, 12:25 PM
1. Carolina Panthers- QB Cam Newton
2. Denver Broncos- DT Marcel Dareus
3. Buffalo Bills- CB Patrick Peterson
4. Cincinnati Bengals- QB Blaine Gabbert
5. Arizona Cardinals- OLB Von Milel
6. Cleveland Browns- WR AJ Green
7. San Francisco 49ers- OLB Robert Quinn
8. Tennessee Titans- DT Nick Fairley
9. Dallas Cowboys- OT Tyron Smith
10. St. Louis Rams from Washington- St. Louis trades 14 and 78: WR Julio Jones
11. Houston Texans- CB Prince Amukamara
12. San Diego Chargers from Minnesota- San Diego trades 18, 89, and 183 : DE JJ Watt
13. Detroit Lions- OT Anthony Castonzo
14. Washington from St. Louis- QB Jake Locker
15. Miami Dolphins- RB Mark Ingram
16. Jacksonville Jaguars- DE Ryan Kerrigan
17. New England Patriots from Oakland- DE Cameron Jordan
18. Minnesota from San Diego- DE Aldon Smith
19. New York Giants- DT Corey Liuget
20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- DE Adrian Clayborn
21. Kansas City Chiefs- OLB Justin Houston
22. Indianapolis Colts- OT Nate Solder
23. Philadelphia Eagles- CB Jimmy Smith
24. New Orleans Saints- DE Cameron Heyward
25. Pittsburgh from Seattle- Pittsburgh trades 31, 95, and 196: OG Mike Pouncey
26. Baltimore Ravens- DE Christian Ballard
27. Atlanta Falcons- DE Da'Quan Bowers
28. New England Patriots- OLB Brooks Reed
29. Tennessee Titans from Chicago- Tennessee trades 39, 109, 212: QB Ryan Mallett
30. New York Jets- DE Muhammad Wilkerson
31. Seattle Seahawks from Pittsburgh- QB Christian Ponder
32. Green Bay Packers- OT Gabe Carimi

33. New England Patriots from Carolina- OT Derek Sherrod
34. Buffalo Bills- QB Collin Kaepernick
35. Cincinnati Bengals- DE Allen Bailey
36. Denver Broncos- CB Brandon Harris
37. Cleveland Browns- DT Stephen Paea
38. Jacksonville Jaguars from Arizona- Jacksonville trades 49 and 147: S Rahim Moore
39. Chicago Bears from Tennessee- DT Marvin Austin
40. Dallas Cowboys- CB/S Aaron Williams
41. Washington Redskins- WR Jon Baldwin
42. Houston Texans- NT Phil Taylor
43. Minnesota Vikings- WR Torrey Smith
44. Detroit Lions- OLB Akeem Ayers
45. Atlanta Falcons from San Francisco- Atlanta trades 59 and 124: TE Kyle Rudolph
46. Denver Broncos from Miami- MLB Martze Wilson
47. St. Louis Rams- C/G Stefan Wisniewski
48. Oakland Raiders- OLB Dontay Moch
49. Arizona Cardinals from Jacksonville- OG Danny Watkins
50. San Diego Chargers- WR Titus Young
51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- OT/OG Ben Ijalana
52. New York Giants- RB Mikel LeShoure
53. Indianapolis Colts- DT Drake Nevis
54. Philadelphia Eagles- OG Marcus Cannon
55. Baltimore from Kansas City- Baltimore trades 58 and 191: WR Leonard Hankerson
56. New Orleans Saints- OLB Mason Foster
57. Seattle Seahawks- S Quinton Carter
58. Kansas City Chiefs from Baltimore- WR Greg Salas
59. San Francisco 49ers from Atlanta- QB Andy Dalton
60. Green Bay Packers from New England- Green Bay trades 64 and 197: CB Curtis Brown
61. San Diego Chargers from New York Jets-OLB Jabaal Sheard
62. Chicago Bears- OT Orlando Franklin
63. Pittsburgh Steelers- CB Ras-I Dowling
64. New England Patriots from Green Bay- OG Clint Boling

65. New Orleans Saints from Carolina- New Orleans trades 72 and 88 and receives 98: DT Jurrell Casey
66. Cincinnati- WR Jurrell Jernigan
67. Denver Broncos- TE Lance Kendricks
68. Buffalo Bills- WR Randall Cobb
69. Arizona Cardinals- OLB Sam Acho
70. Cleveland Browns- OT DeMarcus Love
71. Dallas Cowboys- DE Sione fua
72. Carolina Panthers from New Orleans- DT Jarvis Jenkins
73. Houston Texans- WE Edmond Gates
74. New England Patriots from Minnesota- WR Tandon Doss
75. Detroit Lions- OG Rodney Hudson
76. San Francisco 49ers- CB Johnny Patrick
77. Tennessee Titans- TE Luke Stocker
78. Washington Redskins from St. Louis- ILB Greg Jones
79. Miami Dolphins- QB Ricky Stanzi
80. Jacksonville Jaguars- OLB Bruce Carter
81. Oakland Raiders- CB Chimdi Chekwa
82. Indianapolis Colts from San Diego- Indianapolis trades 87 and 188: RB Ryan Williams
83. New York Giants- OG James Carpenter
84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- MLB Quan Sturdivant
85. Philadelphia Eagles- OG James Brewer
86. Kansas City Chiefs- NT Kenrick Ellis
87. San Diego Chargers from Indianapolis- ILB Mark Herzlich
88. Carolina Panthers from New Orleans- OLB Chris Carter
89. Minnesota Vikings from San Diego- CB Brandon Burton
90. Baltimore Ravens- OT Marcus Gilbert
91. Atlanta Falcons- WR Niles Paul
92. New England Patriots- RB Kendall Hunter
93. Chicago Bears- WR Greg Little
94. New York Jets- OLB Cliff Matthews
95. Seattle Seahawks from Pitsburgh- DE Greg Romeus
96. Green Bay Packers- RB DeMarco Murray
97. Carolina Panthers (comp)- WR Austin Pettis

98. New Orleans Saints from Carolina- RB Daniel Thomas
99. Seattle Seahawks from New England- RB Jordan Todman
100. Buffalo Bills- OLB KJ Wright
101. Cincinnati Bengals- RB Taiwan Jones
102. Cleveland Browns- OG Will Rackley
103. Arizona Cardinals- CB Davon House
104. Philadelphia Eagles from Washington- MLB Kelvin Sheppard
105. Houston Texans- OLB Steven Friday
106. Minnesota Vikings- QB Nate Enderle
107. Detroit Lions- CB Shareece Wright
108. San Francisco 49ers- S DeAndre McDaniel
109. Chicago Bears from Tennessee- CB Jalil Brown
110. Dallas Cowboys- S Jeron Johnson
111. Miami Dolphins- TE Jordan Cameron
112. St. Louis Rams- RB Shane Vereen
113. Oakland Raiders- OT Jason Pinkston
114. Jacksonville Jaguars- QB Greg McElroy
115. San Francisco 49ers from San Diego- WR Dwayne Harris
116. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- OLB Lawrence Wilson
117. New York Giants- C Kristopher O'Dowd
118. Kansas City Chiefs- OT Joseph Barksdale
119. Indianapolis Colts- S Ahmad Black
120. Philadelphia Eagles- DE Jeremy Beal
121. Jacksonville Jaguars from New Orleans- WR Ronald Johnson
122. Buffalo Bills from Seattle- TE Julius Thomas
123. Baltimore Ravens- CB Curtis Marsh
124. San Francisco 49ers from Atlanta- DE Lawrence Guy
125. New England Patriots0 S Jaiquawn Jarrett
126. New York Jets- WR Cecil Shorts
127. Chicago Bears- OT Jah Reid
128. Pittsburgh Steelers-NT Jerrell Powe
129. Green Bay Packers- OLB Bruce Miller
130. Tennessee Titans (comp)- OT/OG Lee Ziemba
130. Green Bay Packers (comp)- WR Terrance Tolliver

Brown Leader
04-04-2011, 12:52 PM
Ouch. Love in the 3rd? Rackley there is more realistic. Or maby Little there than Pinkston or Reid in the 4th or something.

Overall draft very realistic though imo. But the randomness of trades on draft day is why I'm not projecting them anymore. Yours here make sense but there's 100s of scenarios that make just as much sense.

IMO Browns reported interest in prioritizing the OL is a bit of a smoke screen to get a team to trade up for a Olineman. I think they'll def take a OT but going with two, in the 3rd and 4th, I'm not sure about that. To add to how bad Love in the 3rd would be, he's more a OG than OT at the next level.

wicket
04-04-2011, 01:00 PM
Not an issue with any of the saints picks outside of the daniel thomas pick. Even if you want to go runningback, pick todman, not thomas. If you want to go running back at least makes it someone who can spell bush/thomas if they are injured again. I remain decisive in that the saints dont need a back and that KJ Wright would be an infinitely better pick but if you go runningback go todman or vereen.

GREAT job on the first 3 picks though

jrdrylie
04-04-2011, 01:02 PM
I'll admit Love looked bad at the Senior Bowl but that was at LT. I think he could work on the right side.

ChicagoBearsVet23
04-04-2011, 01:20 PM
Great Bears picks. I'd prefer House > Franklin. I don't know much about Reid but we do need O-line.

jrdrylie
04-04-2011, 01:23 PM
I saw Reid in person twice this year. He's not going to be a left tackle, but I think he would be an instant upgrade at RT or even guard.

Pat Sims 90
04-04-2011, 02:17 PM
Gabbert is fine in the 1st.

Replace Bailey with Paea, Baldwin or Torrey Smith

Replace Jernigan with Ryan Williams

Replace Jones with Rackley

and it would be a awesome Bengals draft.

rawdawg
04-04-2011, 02:24 PM
That's the exact trade for the Bears I've been thinking up for weeks now. Of course, I don't know that I'd do it with Carimi on the board. But Austin, Franklin, Little, Jalil Brown, and Reid would be excellent.

I also know a Steelers fan that has said for weeks that if Pouncey makes it to 25, they're going up to get him. So, he would be ecstatic too.

jrdrylie
04-04-2011, 02:30 PM
That's the exact trade for the Bears I've been thinking up for weeks now. Of course, I don't know that I'd do it with Carimi on the board. But Austin, Franklin, Little, Jalil Brown, and Reid would be excellent.

I also know a Steelers fan that has said for weeks that if Pouncey makes it to 25, they're going up to get him. So, he would be ecstatic too.

Yeah, with Carimi on the board, I'm not sure I would want the Bears to trade back. But eveyday I am more and more convinced that Chicago is not going to go offensive line in round one.

Rjspartan
04-04-2011, 05:14 PM
great panthers draft not the biggest fan of the newton pick, but i can live with it. Love pettis by the way.

Babylon
04-04-2011, 05:29 PM
I think once Locker got by Tennessee then a trade down for the Skins is a great move but Minnesota could be problematic picking at #12.

Nice job overrall, like the Ponder to Seattle pick.

jrdrylie
04-04-2011, 05:37 PM
great panthers draft not the biggest fan of the newton pick, but i can live with it. Love pettis by the way.

I don't like the pick either. But it is looking more and more every day that QB is going to be the top pick. And reports I've seen out of Carolina are saying the Panthers have Newton rated above Gabbert.

I think once Locker got by Tennessee then a trade down for the Skins is a great move but Minnesota could be problematic picking at #12.

Nice job overrall, like the Ponder to Seattle pick.

Minnesota could tale Locker but I think Minnesota is going to try and get a guy like Kolb, Palmer, or McNabb and try to develop Webb as their future (or if they get Kolb a quality backup/trade fodder).

indyfan1985
04-04-2011, 05:43 PM
Give the Colts OG Mike Pouncey in the 1st. LOVE the trade up to get Ryan Williams in the 3rd!

Im not very high on Drake Nevis so I would probably go elsewhere in the 2nd.

thebow305
04-04-2011, 06:16 PM
Solid Phins draft, although there's ZERO chance we take Cameron over D.J. Williams in the 4th. We are supposedly infatuated with the guy.

jrdrylie
04-04-2011, 06:27 PM
Solid Phins draft, although there's ZERO chance we take Cameron over D.J. Williams in the 4th. We are supposedly infatuated with the guy.

Thanks for the inside information. Cameron is quickly rising and I had to find a spot for him. But if the Dolphins really like Williams, I guess Miami isn't the spot.

Scotty D
04-04-2011, 09:53 PM
This is a good Lions draft. I might go Cam Jordan over Castonzo though. I like Jalil Brown over Shareece in the 4th but that is just my personal preference.

jrdrylie
04-05-2011, 07:46 AM
This is a good Lions draft. I might go Cam Jordan over Castonzo though. I like Jalil Brown over Shareece in the 4th but that is just my personal preference.

Are the Lions planning on getting rid of Vanden Bosch? I keep hearing that the Lions will likely take a defensive end in round one. But with KVB on one side and Avril on the other, I don't see where a rookie DE would fit in.

Abaddon
04-05-2011, 08:01 AM
That would definitely be a Raiders draft that would make me leave the room.

drd23
04-05-2011, 06:21 PM
I'd think the Ravens take Bowers in the 1st based entirely on BPA. If he put on little more muscle he could take the Trevor Pryce/Cory Redding role in our defense.

Not sure we'd draft Curtis Marsh in the 4th unless we have a 3rd round or better grade on him. Our FO doesnt think that CBs graded later than the 3rd are worth taking. Saying that, I'd think he would have a late 3rd grade.

Otherwise love the Ravens draft and would be happy with Hankerson, Gilbert and Marsh is rounds 2,3,4

Matthew Jones
04-09-2011, 10:35 AM
Cameron Jordan is a great pick. I'd go with Muhammad Wilkerson over Brooks Reed since he's a way better prospect, regardless of whether or not Ty Warren returns to form. I don't think Belichick would hesitate to draft two top defensive line prospects with 3-4 experience. Sherrod is a good pick. It's possible the Patriots would look at Brandon Harris and Danny Watkins there too. Since you're including trades, it's been heavily rumored the Patriots will trade down from one or both spots (28 and 33), but I think if Wilkerson was left they'd take him there. Boling is a very realistic and solid pick. Doss is nice but I might take Rodney Hudson there. He seems to be the kind of guy New England likes. I like Kendall Hunter as a value there. Jarrett is great too. Really all I'd change is Reed to Wilkerson. No OLB would suck but they could add that in next year. The Patriots don't draft for need.