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04-08-2011, 10:47 AM
1. Carolina (2-14) Cam Newton QB Auburn
He is a rare talent and the Panthers will not be able to pass on all that potential.

2. Denver (4-12) Marcell Dareus DT Alabama
Denver needs an interior lineman and after what Suh did last year DT will be hot this year.

3. Buffalo (4-12) Patrick Peterson CB LSU
Is on everyones top three and goes number three. The Bills could go Fairly but Peterson is a better character guy.

4. Cincinnati (4-12) AJ Green WR Georgia
Cincy could go so many directions from QB, WR, CB, DE, DT.

5. Arizona (5-11) Blaine Gabbert QB Missouri
Cards really slipped without a true signal caller. I think Gabbert might be a season or two away but this keeps Fitz happy.

6. Cleveland (5-11) Nick Fairly DT Auburn

7. San Francisco (6-10) Von Miller OLB Texas A&M
A pass rush natural with the instincts and athleticism to play OLB.

8. Tennessee (6-10) Robert Quinn DE North Carolina
Falls right into the Titans laps after their hopes of Gabbert disappear.

9. Dallas (6-10) Prince Amukamara CB Nebraska
Dallas really can sit and take the best player available. They have no glaring needs but if they did secondary would be it.

10.Washington (6-10) Julio Jones WR Alabama

11.Houston (6-10) JJ Watt DE Wisconsin

12.Minnesota (6-10) Ryan Mallett QB Arkansas
With Favre finally retired and no such hope on the roster the Vikings get the best pure passer in the draft.

13.Detroit (6-10) Tyron Smith OT USC
The Lions finally have something to build on so lets keep the QB upright this year!

14.St. Louis (7-9) Aldon Smith OLB Missouri

15.Miami (7-9) Cameron Jordan DE Cal

16.Jacksonville (8-8) Da'Quan Bower DE Clemson
Bower has some character and medical questions. If a team can look past both he is a top ten pick. But he also could slide.

17.New England - from Oakland (8-8) Ryan Kerrigan OLB Purdue
Kerrigan is a great pass rusher with fluid hips. Will fit right in on the Pats defense.

18.San Diego (9-7) Mike Pouncey OG Florida

19.New York Giants (10-6) Anthony Castonzo OT BC
Castonzo is not going to be a great tackle but good enough and has the experience to play LT

20.Tampa Bay (10-6) Brandon Harris CB Miami
Rhonde Barber is 36 years old!

21.Kansas City* (10-6) Phil Taylor NT Baylor
A perfect 3-4 anchor. They might trade down for him but if you want him you might have to overdraft him with Ravens, Pats, Steelers, and many other 3-4 teams in the wings.

22.Indianapolis* (10-6) Gabe Carimi OT Wisconsin
Manning did not look the same when he doesn't have 5 seconds to throw every pass and Carimi will help that right away.

23.Philadelphia* (10-6) Jimmy Smith CB Colorado
Gives the Eagles a great CB Tandom to help the edge rusher rush the passer.

24.New Orleans* (11-5) Justin Houston DE Georgia
Gives the Saints a pass rusher.

25.Seattle* (7-9) Adrian Clayborn DE Iowa
Good Bull rush pass rusher for the Hawks.

26.Baltimore* (12-4) Torrey Smith WR Maryland
The burner from Mayland will help improve Flacco and his YPA.

27.Atlanta* (13-3) John Baldwin WR Pittsburgh
Falcons need a solid #2 Matt Ryan.

28.New England* (14-2) Corey Liuget DT Illinois

29.Chicago* (11-5) Derek Sherrod OT Mississippi St
Bears need a tackle to keep Cutler upright!

30.New York Jets* (11-5) Muhammad Wilkerson DE Temple
Ellis is not getting any younger and Wilkerson fits perfect in the system.

31.Pittsburgh* (12-4) Benjamin Ijalana OT Villanova
At this point the Steelers have seen about every player they hoped would fall not fall. Don't be shocked to see a trade here.

32.Green Bay* (10-6) Cameron Heyward
Pefect 3-4 DE.

Round 2

33. New England - from Carolina (2-14) Aaron Williams DB Texas
Fits in with this defense. Can play CB or FS.

Buffalo (4-12) Jake Locker QB Washington
The Harvard boy can teach Locker a few things while he rides the pine a year or two.

Cincinnati (4-12) Christian Ponder QB FSU
If Palmer does retire the Bengals need a QB. Ponder and Kaepernick fit very well in Grudens offense but I feel ponder is more NFL ready.

Denver (4-12) Kyle Rudolph TE Notre Dame
Gives whomever is the QB a nice safety valve. Graham only had 148 receiving yards.

Cleveland (5-11) Martez Wilson ILB Illinois
Eric Barton is going to be 34 and Wilson is a stud ILB.

Arizona (5-11) Leonard Hankerson WR Miami
Gives the young QB a nice target and someone to take the double coverage off Fitz.

Tennessee (6-10) Colin Kaepernick QB Nevada
The titans missed out on Newton and Gabbert so they take the best QB left on the board.

Dallas (6-10) Nate Soldier OT Colorado
I am not too high on Soldier. He seems to get out of position a lot and might not be able to keep his weight up. But at this point he is a need and good value for the Boys!

Washington (6-10) Mikel Leshoure RB Illinois
With Portis gone Leshoure fits with the one cut running system of Shanahan.

Houston (6-10) Ras-I Dowling CB Virginia
There isn't a NT for the 3-4 worth this pick.

Minnesota (6-10) Marvin Austin DT UNC
A penetrating DT that is strong as a horse. Williams Bros ain't getting younger!

Detroit (6-10) Randall Cobb WR Kentucky
A perfect compliment to megatron. Cobb can take a short pass and get those great YAC.

San Francisco (6-10) Andy Dalton QB TCU
Harbaugh was at Daltons workout but not Newtons or Mallets. That makes me believe he feels Dalton is a QB that can run his system.

Denver - from Miami (7-9) Mark Ingram RB Alabama

St. Louis (7-9) Stephen Paea DT Oregon St
That interior line is getting pretty old.

Oakland (8-8) Rashad Carmichael CB VT
The fastest CB left on the board!

Jacksonville (8-8) Rahim Moore FS UCLA
The Jags need an upgrade at both safety spots.

San Diego (9-7) Sam Acho OLB Texas
Larry English sucked last year. Acho is a perfect 3-4 rush backer.

Tampa Bay (10-6) Titus Young WR Boise St.
Young is a pefect fit for the young Tampa team.

New York Giants (10-6) Bruce Carter OLB UNC
Carter will inject youth and speed into the linebacker core of the G-Men.

Indianapolis* (10-6) Ryan Williams RB VT
Addai has gotten progressively worse every year and Brown cannot be a feature back. Williams has the talent to be the best back in the 2011 class.

Philadelphia* (10-6) Marcus Cannon OG TCU
Cannon is one of those big uglies Reed likes to draft.

Kansas City* (10-6) Jerrel Jernigan WR Troy
A smallish WR but has good speed and is elusive.

New Orleans* (11-5) Drake Nevis DT LSU
A nice DT to play with Ellis.

Seattle* (7-9) Quinton Carter S Oklahoma
Lawyer Milloy is 37 and not a long term solution. Carter has good speed, range and football IQ.

Baltimore* (12-4) Luke Stocker TE Tennessee
Ravens get a future replacement for Heap.

Atlanta* (13-3) Jabaal Sheard DE Pittaburgh
A first round talent and fits a need.

New England* (14-2) Danny Watkins OG Baylor

San Diego - from New York Jets* (11-5) Edmund Gates WR Abiline Christian
Games is a speed guy who should fit into the Chargers system.

Chicago* (11-5) Kendall Hunter RB Oklahoma St

Pittsburgh* (12-4) Curtis Brown CB Texas
Brown looks like natural in pass coverage. Doesn't have the long speed but has a good burst and hips. He also has better hands than the numbers say.

Green Bay* (10-6) Chris Carter OLB Fresno St.
He is a perfect 3-4 OLB that will go perfect opposite Mathews.

Round 3

Carolina (2-14) Jarvis Jenkins DT Clemson

Cincinnati (4-12) Terrell McCain DT South Florida

Denver (4-12) Pernell McPhee DE Miss St

Buffalo (4-12) James Brewer OT Indiana

Arizona (5-11) Dontay Moch OLB Nevada

Cleveland (5-11) Mason Foster OLB Washington

Dallas (6-10) Tyler Sash S Iowa

New Orleans - from Washington (6-10) Robert Sands S WVU

Houston (6-10) Jerrell Powe DT Ole Miss

New England - from Minnesota (6-10) Joseph Barksdale OT LSU

Detroit (6-10) Davon House CB New Mexico St

San Francisco (6-10) Allen Bailey DL Miami

Tennessee (6-10) Sione Fua DT Stanford

St. Louis (7-9) Tandon Doss WR Indiana

Miami (7-9) DeAndre McDaniel S Clemson

Jacksonville (8-8) K.J. Wright OLB Miss St

Oakland (8-8) Ugo Chinasa DE Oklahoma St

San Diego (9-7) Casey Mathews ILB Oregon St

New York Giants (10-6) Jordan Todman RB UConn

Tampa Bay (10-6) Jurrell Casey DT USC

Philadelphia* (10-6) Cliff Matthews DE South Carolina

Kansas City* (10-6) Stefen Wisniewski OC Penn St

Indianapolis* (10-6) CLint Boling OG Georgia

New Orleans* (11-5) Orlando Franklin OL Miami

San Diego - from Seattle* (7-9) Demarcus Love OL Arkansas

Baltimore* (12-4) Johnny Patrick CB Louisville

Atlanta* (13-3) Lance Kendricks TE Wisconsin

New England* (14-2) Lawrence Guy DE USC

Chicago* (11-5) Greg Little WR UNC

New York Jets* (11-5) Bruce Miller OLB Central Florida

Pittsburgh* (12-4) Kenrick Ellis NT Hampton

Green Bay* (10-6) Shane Vereen RB Cal

Carolina (compensatory) Pierre Allen DE Nebraska

04-08-2011, 11:13 AM
Would easily take Brown or McClain in the 2nd and then its great for the Bears.

04-08-2011, 11:46 AM
There is no way Wisniewski is there in the third, but that is a steal. Good KC mock.

04-08-2011, 11:48 AM
A good solid 9ers pick.

04-08-2011, 11:50 AM
I hope that Ravens draft is a joke. Smith is a reach in the first, and we drafted Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta last year to be the future at TE. Patrick isn't bad in the third but I'm not sure he fits our predominately man-coverage defense.

04-08-2011, 12:15 PM
Absolutely horrible mock for the Saints across the board. The Saints are not going to take Justin Houston at #24, this I can guarantee. The pick would be Mark Ingram. But for argument sake, let's assume they do not take Ingram. They would either select Muhammad Wilkerson, Cameron Heyward or Adrian Clayborn before Houston.

In the second, Nevis is not a terrible pick though he would likely be a backup. He's a 3-tech and Ellis is the Saints 3-tech. They could play Ellis at NT but they like him at 3-tech. I could see a LB in that spot followed by Kenrick Ellis and Greg Romeus in round 3.

04-08-2011, 12:53 PM
That is a piss poor second round for Denver. 2 of our top 3 picks on offense? That would be about the dumbest thing we could do.

#1, Rudolph does not go to Denver unless all other defensive options on our board are exhausted.
#2, Denver can't afford to draft a RB before the 3rd round at the earliest.

Give us Paea at the top of the 2nd for sure, and then just about any defensive player left on your board at 46 and it would be a massive improvement.

As is though, this draft would make me want to shoot myself.

04-08-2011, 01:31 PM
Love what you have going on with the Chiefs, but I think between Gates and Jernigan, the Chiefs would take Gates at WR.

We need a burner opposite of Bowe, someone who could stretch the field and be a legitimate big play threat to keep the safeties on their toes and make them second guess about creeping up. He's a great fit and exactly what this offense needs.

04-08-2011, 03:19 PM
There is no way Wisniewski is there in the third, but that is a steal. Great KC mock.

fixed your post

04-08-2011, 06:09 PM
Nice work on the Vikes, just have one comment... I think Marvin Austin would be a solid choice, but Stephen Paea would be better.

Pat Sims 90
04-08-2011, 07:41 PM
I dont see the Bengals passing on Gabbert.

I use to like Ponder to Cincy but not any more because i realize that he would not stay healthy behind the Bengals OL.

McCain is fine in the 3rd

04-09-2011, 05:43 AM
Despite what all the Ravens fans posted in response to your last 3 round mock, you've given us the exact same picks in this one.

The Ravens mock should be:

04-09-2011, 05:56 AM
TERRIBLE Phins picks. DE and S are two positions that we are totally set at barring maybe a late round developmental guy.

04-09-2011, 10:07 AM
The first two picks hit for the Niners. Bailey at DE isn't as much of a need as Fua at NT or McDaniel at S. With them being valued so closely on your board either would be better imo. Good job.

Matthew Jones
04-09-2011, 11:25 AM
Wilkerson is a much better fit than Liuget. So is Heyward. I'd go Wilkerson because he's a little bigger and has 3-4 experience. His motor seems more consistent too. I'd go with Mark Ingram over Williams, much better player. Watkins is very nice. Barksdale is a huge reach and not really a good fit. I'd go with Clint Boling there. Guy, I've heard character concerns about. I'd go with someone else.