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SenorGato
04-04-2011, 09:45 PM
Carolina Panthers - Patrick Peterson

It just makes sense. They're not going to blow their wad on a QB just because someone made it a non-rule rule that CBs can't go #1 overall . Peterson is the best player in this draft.

Denver Broncos - Marcell Dareus

The favorite for the pick lately, and a pretty badass player.

Bufallo Bills - Gabe Camiri

Probably the best tackle in the class with Castanzo, and he's bigger. This may seem like a reach, but the Bills have Bell and meh at the T positions. Spiller needs a road grader, and if they really like Fitzgerald it's probably a good idea to protect him. Camiri is having himself a good offseason, and it's a "safe" and smart choice. They'd actually have a really good OL if they found another tackle...they have pieces on offense.

Cincinnati Bengals - Julio Jones

Bengals look to appease Palmer, and take a guy who profiles as a potential gamechanging/playmaking WR. In a normal offseason I'd have them trading Palmer to Arizona or Minnesota, but I'm not sure what the rules are this year so I'll just make this pick.

Arizona Cardinals - Cam Newton

Really, this is kind of a trade spot if anybody wants it, but I won't mock with trades right now. Newton is balling and I think he learned a pro-esque offense at Auburn fairly well. Whisenhunt might see a comp to a more athletic Roethlisberger.

Cleveland Browns - AJ Green

Patient Cleveland gets their man.

San Fransisco 49ers - Prince Amukamara

Their secondary is garbage, and Nate Clements is not the player he used to be. Prince injects some young blood into a vital position.

Tennessee Titans - Nick Fairley

As Ruby said, the Titans get back their Haynesworth.

Dallas Cowboys - Cameron Jordan

While their DL doesn't suck, Jordan is a premium talent. Jordan - Ratliff - Olshansky is a pretty decent DL with Ware behind it.

Washington Redskins - Mark Ingram

Probably not how they dreamed things would go, but a RB would help out that offense immensely. Ingram gives them a workhorse back to pair with Portis, a former workhorse.

Houston Texans - JJ Watt

I was going to mock them Cameron Jordan but the difference between him and Watt isn't significant. I figured Texas would appreciate an extremely talented football playing white man.

Minnesota Vikings - Phil Taylor

Back in 2003 the Vikings reached on a giant DT who had had himself a strong Senior Bowl and offseason. That giant DT turned out to be Kevin Williams, top 3 DT in the league. They will put Taylor next to Williams to attempt to rekindle the DT magic of the last decade.

Detroit Lions - Robert Quinn

Jim Schwartz could not be any more excited. Ndamukong Suh in one year and then a talent like Robert Quinn in the next? My Jah man. My Jah.

St. Louis Rams - Aldon Smith

Smith will replace the aging Leonard Little in due time. Spags might see some Tuck in him, maybe.

Miami Dolphins - Blaine Gabbert

Miami is only pretending to like Chad Henne.

Jacksonville Jaguars - Cameron Heyward

Jaguars continue doing whatever it is they do. While Heyward and Alualu are more regularly sized than their last extremely talented DT duo, they are both very good players.

New England Patriots - Von Miller

Holy f'ng shyte this just happened. I'd flip my sh*t. Even in the edit I think this is possible.

San Diego Chargers - Tyron Smith

Chargers need the OL help, and Smith has the potential to be top notch. Personally, I'm not a huge fan but he has his crowd.

New York Giants - Brandon Harris

This makes more sense.

Tampa Bay Bucs -Torrey Smith

WR from Maryland gives Freeman another tough target. Fast and possibly very explosive.

Kansas City Chiefs - Stefen Wisniewski

OL could go younger at center, and this helps solidify an underrated OL. This is the same franchise who rode an absolutely f*n monster of an OL last decade to some pretty sick offenses. Pouncey is the other option, but I could see them going C while Waters can play.

Indianapolis Colts - Stepphen Paea

Colts need more size and athleticism in the trenches. Paea isn't huge, but he's strong as heck and a decent athlete. They like different kind of guys on D, and I think he fits their mold.

Philadelphia Eagles - Muhammad Wilkerson

Eagles grab this guy right out of their backyard.

New Orleans - Ryan Kerrigan

Luck out with Kerrigan.

Seattle Seahawks - DaQuan Bowers

This team needs a playmaker somewhere. Supposedly they like him and I'd go as far as saying that Carroll probably tried to recruit him (he *was* the #1 recruit in the country or something). Good upside here, but still wish he didn't go to Clemson.

Baltimore Ravens - Jimmy Smith

They need some secondary players, particularly CB.

Atlanta Falcons - Justin Houston

Just kinda fits to me...he'd do well there.

New England - Mike Pouncey

Belichick/Meyer relationship strikes again. Pouncey replaces Logan Mankins.

Chicago Bears - Nate Solder

Jets get lucky they are so OL hungry. WR might be an option too.

New York Jets - Akeem Ayers

Jets get a guy who can step in and start at the OLB spot across from Pace. A jack of all trades at LB who can be a major playmaker in this D. Looks taller than 6'3 because of good length, and a player I've liked more and more with time and discussion.

Pittsburgh Steelers - Derek Sherrod

Must protect the QB better...Roethilsberger gets hit alot...it's part of his game and alot of it is his fault, but there's not much athleticism or youth on that line anyway.

Green Bay Packers - Mikell LeShoure

Arguably the best RB in the draft...steal for the SB champs.

DiG
04-04-2011, 09:50 PM
sorry skins arent taking ingram over watt, quinn, or von miller for starters. probably 5-6 other guys at least ahead of ingram too.

hawkeye123
04-04-2011, 09:51 PM
I could live with that niner pick...

Scotty D
04-04-2011, 10:00 PM
I'd probably take Von Miller over Quinn buts it is still a really good pick for the Lions.

bored of education
04-04-2011, 10:21 PM
Bufallo Bills - Gabe Camiri

Probably the best tackle in the class with Castanzo, and he's bigger. This may seem like a reach, but the Bills have Bell and meh at the T positions. Spiller needs a road grader, and if they really like Fitzgerald it's probably a good idea to protect him. Camiri is having himself a good offseason, and it's a "safe" and smart choice. They'd actually have a really good OL if they found another tackle...they have pieces on offense



ummm whattttttttttttt

akvikefan89
04-04-2011, 10:58 PM
Well, it's original...


No way I see many of these picks happening, including the Vikings'...

Pat Sims 90
04-04-2011, 11:19 PM
I dont see the Bengals passing on any of the QBs if they are there when they pick. The Bengals are already treating Palmer like he is retired. Julio Jones over AJ Green is just bad.

thebow305
04-05-2011, 12:38 AM
AWESOME Miami pick!

jared3
04-05-2011, 12:41 AM
FYI, Bill Polian has never selected a DT in the first round with no team he has been with. Try OL. I can see the Colts selecting Derrek Sherrod or Mike Pouncey.

Bar-bq
04-05-2011, 12:43 AM
St. Louis Rams - Aldon Smith

Smith will replace the aging Leonard Little in due time. Spags might see some Tuck in him, maybe.


Good pick for the Rams, but Little was released last offseason, FYI!

vidae
04-05-2011, 01:05 AM
Ehhh, I guess it's an okay with Phil Taylor off the board. Center is a huge need, but I'm not sure it's a first round need at this point. I LOVE Wis as a prospect, don't get me wrong, I just think we could do damage elsewhere and still pick up a quality center later.

AntoinCD
04-05-2011, 04:53 AM
Personally I don't like Von Miller and I seriously doubt there is any chance he falls.

Pouncey is a good pick though

fenikz
04-05-2011, 07:15 AM
lol funny ****, less bias in your next mock please, dont force unrealistic situations like having a top 5 talent fall to your team just cus you want the guy

Matthew Jones
04-09-2011, 10:12 AM
As highly ranked as Von Miller is, the Patriots might look for someone who is more powerful against the run. I honestly think they would probably take Kerrigan over Miller. There's no chance Von lasts this long, though. Pouncey is awesome.

SuperPacker
04-09-2011, 10:20 AM
I nearly cried of laughter when i saw the bills picking Gabe Carimi.