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Grizzlegom
04-12-2011, 01:18 PM
Every year I always try to do one 7 round mock. If you are only interested in your team, the second post has it broken down by selection/pick sans comments. I only added comments through the 3rd round but here it is:

Round One
1. Carolina Panthers - Cam Newton, QB, Auburn, JR – The old adage of ‘if you don’t have a franchise QB, you can’t pass on one’ is in effect here. Carolina has done the most homework on Cam Newton than any other team in this draft and you have to believe that it’s because they plan on selecting him. Word is it will only take a second round pick for them to drop down a few spots and they are going to want to trade down but it’s unlikely anyone is really going to want to trade up in this class. Clausen and Moore both failed to show great promise last year so they tie the reigns to a player with arguably the most upside of any prospect ever to enter the draft.

2. Denver Broncos - Marcell Dareus, DT, Alabama, JR - Denver's defense has been in terrible shape for the last decade save for an 8-game run two years ago. After two offensive-minded head coaches, they decided to bring in John Fox, who will bring a switch back to the 4-3 just two years after shifting to a 3-4. The Broncos have a few players that project well at DE but they have zero starters at the DT position. Dareus has said that his ideal fit in the NFL is in a Warren Sapp-esque role in a 4-3. Dareus' versatility to play both fronts would allow the Broncos to slowly bring along the transition from 3-4 to 4-3.

3. Buffalo Bills - Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M, SR – Buffalo is desperate for some pass rush. Aaron Maybin has continued to do absolutely nothing and while they have serviceable guys across their entire defense, they lack an impact player. Miller has the kind of versatility to play outside in a 34 or 43, something Gailey wants to continue to do a lot of so he would be a perfect fit for this team.

4. Cincinnati Bengals - A.J. Green, WR, Georgia, JR – Cincinnati is in a bit of a bind with the Carson Palmer situation but word is they like a few other QBs that should be available in the second round so they instead replace TOcho with the best player in the draft, A.J. Green. Green is a tall, fluid athlete that would step right in and be the number one receiver that the Bengals have lacked since Ocho and Housh were last playing together.

5. Arizona Cardinals - Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri, JR - Blaine Gabbert is considered by many to be the top QB prospect in this class. The Cardinals had a contingent of people show up to his pro day, including GM Rod Graves, HC Ken Whisenhunt, and even the owners. It’s pretty obvious that if he's available when they pick, there's a VERY good chance they pull the trigger on him. The Cardinals have a major need at the position as Derek Anderson was a major flop last year and although late round pick John Skelton has the tools and tons of upside, he isn't ready. Gabbert would be a dream come true.

6. Cleveland Browns - Da'Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson, JR - Cleveland is another team making a change on defense, this time going from the 3-4 to the 4-3. The only starter they have on their defensive line is Ahtyba Rubin. The Browns couldn't be any happier in this scenario as the top defensive end in the draft falls right into their laps. Bowers is coming off a monstrous 16-sack junior year. The one concern about Bowers is a knee injury that has prevented him from working out. If it lingers, he could be in line for a fall come draft day but as long as it’s healthy, he's a top five value.

7. San Francisco 49ers - Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU, JR – San Francisco would have to be ecstatic in this scenario. Not only do they have a need at CB, Peterson is considered by many to be the best player in this draft and he would fall into their laps at the seventh pick.

8. Tennessee Titans - Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas, JR - Tennessee has arguably one of the worst QB situations in the league as Vince Young will be handed his walking papers (via trade or release), Kerry Collins is an over the hill free agent, and Rusty Smith was completely overmatched last year in spot duty. All of that, plus a new coach, leads to desperation. They simply cannot afford to wait on drafting a QB and Ryan Mallett has, by far, looked like the best QB in postseason workouts, putting on a show at the combine and stealing all of the Pro Day buzz despite having his pro day on the same day as Cam Newton. Mallett would be a perfect fit in the Titans offense as he’d have a great running game, a great offensive line, and a deep threat. It would be very hard for him to not succeed.

9. Dallas Cowboys - Tyron Smith, OT, USC, JR – Dallas is always one of those teams that could be a major wildcard come draft day as you never know what Jerry Jones will do but rumor has it that they’ve done more homework on Tyron Smith than any other player in this draft and they are absolutely smitten with him. They sent a large contingent to his pro day and barring a trade down, it would be a shocker if he wasn’t their selection come draft day.

10. Washington Redskins - Julio Jones, WR, Alabama, JR – Washington could go any number of directions here as they have major needs in the defensive front seven, interior line, QB, and WR but the best player available at this spot in undoubtedly Julio Jones. They are another team that will likely look to trade down as they don’t have selections in the third or fourth rounds but if they stayed put, Julio would bring a weapon to the offense that they haven’t had since…well…I don’t recall them ever having a receiving weapon of his caliber…

11. Houston Texans - Robert Quinn, OLB, North Carolina, JR – With Houston making the switch to a 3-4 defense, it is likely that they will look to go BPA for the defensive front seven as they don’t have a ton of players that fit. Quinn is the top DE on a lot of boards and he has the athleticism to make the transition to OLB.

12. Minnesota Vikings - Jake Locker, QB, Washington, SR - After missing out on three QBs already, Minnesota jumps into the foray and grabs the next best QB available in Jake Locker. Favre is finally retired and Tavaris Jackson is walking which leaves the Vikings with Joe Webb atop the QB depth chart, a player drafted as a WR convert a year ago. The Vikings need to find a veteran plus draft a rookie with starting potential. Locker would have been a top five pick last year but decided to return to school and an inconsistent season and Senior Bowl has dropped his stock. He began to salvage it with a strong combine and looks to be moving in the right direction as the draft approaches.

13. Detroit Lions - Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska, SR – The Lions get an absolute steal at the position of greatest need. Prince appears to be falling because he isn’t a ‘playmaker’ but the last time he played in a zone/off look, he got five interceptions, which is more than respectable considering how little he’s thrown at.

14. St. Louis Rams - Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn, JR – After missing out on A.J. and Julio, the Rams take the consolation prize known as Nick Fairley. Fairley was the most dominant d-lineman in the NCAA last year but he appears to be falling because of work ethic and football character questions. Spags would whip him into shape.

15. Miami Dolphins - Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama, JR – Miami is said to be heavily interested in DeAngelo Williams but without free agency, RB is Miami’s biggest need so they take the top player at the position.

16. Jacksonville Jaguars - J.J. Watt, DE, Wisconsin, JR - Jacksonville got only 26 sacks last year, with their leading sacker being 3rd down situational pass rusher Jeremy Mincey. Jacksonville has tried multiple routes to fill their DE need, signing high-profile FAs, drafting high, drafting low. If at first you don't succeed try, try again, J.J. Watt has freakish athleticism for his size and a strong work ethic to boot.

17. New England Patriots (from Oakland) - Cameron Jordan, DE, California, SR – New England is getting old along the defensive line and they need to add some new blood. Jordan has the size and versatility that BB loves and he would be a steal at this point.

18. San Diego Chargers - Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College, SR – The Chargers could go a number of directions here but Castonzo is a strong value at this point so it would be tough to pass up on the RT position that has given the Chargers trouble for the past decade.

19. New York Giants - Mike Pouncey, OG, Florida, SR - Poor offensive line play really derailed the Giants last season. Age and ineffectiveness has hit every position across the line. They’ve shown a TON of interest in Pouncey and he could come in and compete for a starting spot at either LG or C.

20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Aldon Smith, DE, Missouri, SO – Tampa upgraded the interior line in last seasons draft but they still got zero production from their defensive ends. DE is by far the biggest need. They currently have players that can play on first and second down but are in desperate need of a pass rush. Cue Aldon Smith. He’s extremely raw and needs developing but if there’s one thing he can do, it’s get after the QB.

21. Kansas City Chiefs - Ryan Kerrigan, OLB, Purdue, SR - The Chiefs could go a number of directions on draft day but one of their biggest needs is at OLB. Tamba Hali had a MONSTER year and he will be back for at least one year but Vrabel is over the hill and the cupboard behind them is pretty barren. Kerrigan is similar to Vrabel in a lot of ways. Both are Big Ten DPOY defensive ends that many said could be too light for traditional 4-3 and not athletic enough to play OLB. His size and versatility fits right in with what Scott Pioli and Romeo Crennel like in their players and he would be the perfect fit opposite Tamba.

22. Indianapolis Colts - Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State, SR - For years Peyton Manning has led his teams deep into the playoffs with a mediocre team around him. This past season was nothing short of a miracle but many of his valuable running mates of the past have either moved on or hit the end of the road, particularly the offensive line. The starting LT last, Charlie Johnson is being allowed to walk and RT Ryan Diem is nearing the end. Sherrod is often over-looked when discussing this crop of OTs because he probably has the lowest ceiling, but on the flip side, he has the highest floor. He is ready to step in right away and help protect Manning's blind-side and would bring a nastiness to the run game that Indy has been sorely lacking.

23. Philadelphia Eagles - Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin, SR - If there's one thing Andy Reid loves, its linemen. Reid has been straying from drafting offensive linemen early the past few years and he now finds himself with some pretty big holes to fill as the Andrews brothers have both been shipped out of town, Winston Justice has regressed, Jamaal Jackson has been perennially injured...Needless to say if the Eagles have a need along the DL or OL, you can pretty much book it that they will select someone to fill that need early. Reid has shown a propensity to pick Big Ten players and Gabe Carimi has the size and nastiness about him that Reid absolutely loves.

24. New Orleans Saints - Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa, SR - New Orleans is pretty solid all around and don't have any major, pressing needs but the DE position could use an upgrade. Their leading sacker last year was Sedrick Ellis, a DT with 6. Will Smith, widely considered their top sack guy, amassed only 5.5 sacks last year and Alex Brown opposite him only managed two. Clayborn would be an instant upgrade to Alex Brown and would be a great fit for the Saints scheme, where they tend to like bigger, stronger DEs that can play the run and rotate inside and out on obvious passing downs.

25. Seattle Seahawks - Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State, SR - After missing out on the top four QBs, Seattle would be placed in a bit of a bind here. There is some good value on players at a position of need (Liuget being the top example) but at the same time, after informing Hasselbeck he will not be returning, they are placing a whole lot of eggs into Charlie Whitehurst's basket with no backup plan. In order to secure a competent QB, the 'Hawks would be forced to grab Ponder here. Ponder is a good fit in the west coast offense that Seattle likes to run and he would, at the very least, be stiff competition for Whitehurst and would allow the Seahawks to have some flexibility at the QB position.

26. Baltimore Ravens - Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado, SR - Baltimore has a major need in the secondary as Ed Reed is wavering on the brink of retirement and their corners are all either coming off injury or entering free agency. Word is they are looking to add some size at the corner position and Jimmy Smith has plenty of that. Smith was regarded so highly among Big 12 coaches that he was only thrown at 16 times in the last two years. He has some off-field and maturity issues but Baltimore has shown in the past that they are willing to take those types of players because Ray Lewis and Ed Reed whip them into shape.

27. Atlanta Falcons - Justin Houston, DE, Georgia, JR – Justin Houston to the Falcons would be a perfect fit. He’s the type of speed rusher that the coaching staff tends to covet, he’s got a clean off-field record, and he’s a local product. Sounds like a recipe for success to me!

28. New England Patriots - Akeem Ayers, OLB, UCLA, JR – New England has a major need at OLB and Ayers is someone that they appear to be smitten with. He has prototype BB size and athleticism, is strong against the run, and has a number of developing pass rush moves. He’s also versatile enough to play inside or out, another trait BB tends to covet.

29. Chicago Bears - Corey Liuget, DT, Illinois, JR - After cutting Tommie Harris, the Bears opened up a hole right in the center of their defense. Corey Liuget is the prototypical 3 technique and he would be the perfect replacement for Harris. Liuget is coming off a strong season where he amassed 12.5 TFL and 4.5 sacks from the DT position on a defense where he didn't have much around him. He had a strong combine and had a pro day that many scouts believe has solidified him as the number three DT and could go as high as St. Louis (if both WRs and DTs are already gone). In this scenario he falls all the way to Chicago who would be thrilled to get this local kid to provide pressure from the middle.

30. New York Jets - Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State, SR - The Jets have two major needs, DL and OLB. In this case, they also have three solid players to choose from in Cameron Heyward, Phil Taylor, and Brooks Reed. Teams were not afraid to run at the Jets once Kris Jenkins went down last year and although many point to the drop off at the NT position, it was really the DEs that suffered more. Pouha filled in admirably last year but ends Shaun Ellis and Trevor Pryce wore down quickly. Getting some youth at the position is critical. Heyward is arguably the best run defender in this draft, certainly the best from the DE position.

31. Pittsburgh Steelers - Brandon Harris, CB, Miami (FL), JR - Pittsburgh's secondary was, for lack of a better term, EXPOSED in the Super Bowl. Upgrading the CB position has to be priority number one this offseason as their best CB, Ike Taylor, is a free agent and wasn't overly productive anyway. Harris' best fit is in a zone coverage scheme where his size cannot be used against him and that's exactly what the Steelers employ. If basing evaluations solely on the combine, Harris would be on top of just about any board as he was easily the most fluid in DB drills. Deion Sanders came away praising him as the best corner he's seen at the combine in years.

32. Green Bay Packers - Brooks Reed, OLB, Arizona, SR - Green Bay is a team with few needs as all of their big free agents have either someone behind them ready to step in should they leave or have someone returning from injury. The one place that they could use an upgrade is at OLB opposite Clay Matthews. Brooks Reed had an OUTSTANDING senior campaign followed by a strong offseason. He looked fluid and natural at the combine and I'm hearing many scouts have been jumping his grade up into the first round. If you want to see him put on a show, watch the bowl game where he absolutely dominated the Iowa offensive line en route to a 2.5 sack performance where he pressured/hit Ricky Stanzi five times, three when the game was on the line.

Round Two
33. New England Patriots (from Carolina) - Danny Watkins, OG, Baylor, SR – New England’s offensive line is getting up in age and low in effectiveness. Watkins can continue the overhauling that Vollmer started.

34. Buffalo Bills - Muhammad Wilkerson, DE, Temple, JR – After grabbing a versatile player for the second level, the Bills come back and grab Wilkerson who could play in either 43 or 34 front.

35. Cincinnati Bengals - Andy Dalton, QB, Texas Christian, SR – Carson Palmer appears destined to stick to his guns and retire if he doesn’t get cut or traded. Dalton provides insurance.

36. Denver Broncos - Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame, JR – Tight end is the one spot on offense where Denver could use an upgrade. Rudolph showed he’s healthy at his pro day and would make a great safety valve for Tebow.

37. Cleveland Browns - Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami (FL), SR – After grabbing a DE in the first round, the Browns come back and get a weapon for their young QB.

38. Arizona Cardinals - Nate Solder, OT, Colorado, SR – Solder’s slide falls as Arizona looks to bolster their offensive line here as Solder could immediately compete for either OT spot.

39. Tennessee Titans - Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State, SR – Tennessee coaches are said to be looking to add some beef to the middle of their defense and Paea is the strongest man in the draft.

40. Dallas Cowboys - Christian Ballard, DE, Iowa, SR – A number of Dallas DEs are headed for free agency. Ballard has the frame to add the weight needed for the position.

41. Washington Redskins - Colin Kaepernick, QB, Nevada, SR – After missing out on so many QB, Shanahan gets his guy here. Kaepernick has the athleticism, arm strength, and intelligence that Shanny loves.

42. Houston Texans - Aaron Williams, CB, Texas, JR - Despite using multiple draft picks on the secondary the last few years, the Texans still can't cover anyone. Williams has tons of upside and could step in and compete for one of the starting jobs.

43. Minnesota Vikings - Jabaal Sheard, DE, Pittsburgh, SR – Ray Edwards and Brian Robison are free agents and Everson Griffen can’t stay out of trouble.

44. Detroit Lions - Martez Wilson, ILB, Illinois, JR – Martez Wilson would add some size and athleticism to the middle of the Lions defense.

45. San Francisco 49ers - Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa, SR – Harbaugh can’t risk missing out on the top eight QBs so he reaches for Stanzi, who is actually a perfect fit for his offense anyway.

46. Denver Broncos (from Miami) - Davon House, CB, New Mexico State, SR - Denver continues overhauling the defense, grabbing a young corner with shutdown potential to add to their aged secondary.

47. St. Louis Rams - Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland, SR - Rams grab a deep threat weapon for Sam Bradford.

48. Oakland Raiders - Stefen Wisniewski, C, Penn State, SR – His uncle was a long-time Raider and was just hired on to be an assistant coach and he’d be a great value here.

49. Jacksonville Jaguars - Ras-I Dowling, CB, Virginia, SR – Jacksonville has holes throughout its secondary and Dowling showed up to his pro day healthy and dominated.

50. San Diego Chargers - Tandon Doss, WR, Indiana, JR – San Diego risks losing Floyd and Jackson in free agency and even if they kept them, Doss would be a perfect compliment.

51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Benjamin Ijalana, OG, Villanova, SR - Bucs grab some insurance for Joseph/Trueblood with Ijalana who could compete for the LG job.

52. New York Giants - Mikel LeShoure, RB, Illinois, JR – Giants look ready to part ways with Jacobs and might lose Bradshaw as well.

53. Indianapolis Colts - Drake Nevis, DT, LSU, SR - After beefing up the offensive line, the Colts come right back and add some new blood to the defensive line where Fili Moala has been a major disappointment at the three tech.

54. Philadelphia Eagles - Curtis Brown, CB, Texas, SR - Ellis Hobbs' career is likely over and Samuel can only cover one guy at a time.

55. Kansas City Chiefs - Phil Taylor, DT, Baylor, SR – Taylor would be a steal at this point and Pioli could overlook the off-field issues when there is value to be had.

56. New Orleans Saints - Mason Foster, OLB, Washington, SR – Foster can play any LB position and the Saints could use upgrades at both outside spots.
57. Seattle Seahawks - Rodney Hudson, C, Florida State, SR – Hudson is an ideal ZBS C/OG player and would immediately compete for a starting job on the interior line.

58. Baltimore Ravens - Sam Acho, OLB, Texas, SR - For the second year in a row, Baltimore grabs a Texas pass-rusher in the second round, let's hope this one works out a little better.

59. Atlanta Falcons - Jerrel Jernigan, WR, Troy, SR – Jernigan is the kind of slot/speed wide receiver the Falcons regime is looking for to complement White.

60. New England Patriots - Randall Cobb, WR, Kentucky, JR - Patriots grab another versatile player in Randall Cobb who can line up at PR/KR/RB/WR/Wildcat QB

61. San Diego Chargers (from New York Jets) - Kelvin Sheppard, ILB, LSU, SR - Chargers could use an upgrade inside and Sheppard has prototypical measurements for the 3-4 ILB.

62. Chicago Bears - Jon Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh, JR – Baldwin would bring some much needed size and ability to the Bears receiving corps.

63. Pittsburgh Steelers - Orlando Franklin, OT, Miami (FL), SR – Franklin could compete for a starting spot at LG, LT, RG, or RT.

64. Green Bay Packers - Ryan Williams, RB, Virginia Tech, SO - Green Bay can't resist Williams' value here and he'll compete with Starks (and Grant?) for playing time.

Round Three
65. Carolina Panthers - Marvin Austin, DT, North Carolina, SR – DT is the Panthers actual biggest need so they grab the top player available at the position.

66. Cincinnati Bengals - Daniel Thomas, RB, Kansas State, SR – Benson will likely be let go and Thomas can be an every down back.

67. Denver Broncos - Quan Sturdivant, ILB, North Carolina, SR – Sturd has versatility to play inside or out while they figure out D.J. Williams’ best position.

68. Buffalo Bills - Marcus Gilbert, OT, Florida, SR – Bills need to add some OT depth if, for nothing else, to push the current starters.

69. Arizona Cardinals - Dontay Moch, OLB, Nevada, SR – Cardinals need to add some youth to the position as Porter and Haggans are over the hill.

70. Cleveland Browns - Bruce Carter, OLB, North Carolina, SR – Cleveland’s switch to the 4-3 needs more 4-3 players and Carter is great value.

71. Dallas Cowboys - Rahim Moore, FS, UCLA, JR – Moore would be the centerfielder they’ve been looking for.

72. New Orleans Saints (from Washington) - Kenrick Ellis, DT, Hampton, SR – Ellis is versatile and massive and would be the primary backup at both DT spots.

73. Houston Texans - Jarvis Jenkins, DE, Clemson, SR – Jenkins is a prototype 34 DE and continues to bolster the front seven.

74. New England Patriots (from Minnesota) - Kendall Hunter, RB, Oklahoma State, SR – New England is set to lose some RBs to free agency/age and Hunter is a BB type of player.

75. Detroit Lions - Marcus Cannon, OG, Texas Christian, SR – Cannon is a mammoth of a man that could compete for a starting spot inside for Detroit.

76. San Francisco 49ers - Shane Vereen, RB, California, JR – Vereen would be a major upgrade to the aged Westbrook.

77. Tennessee Titans - Johnny Patrick, CB, Louisville, SR – Patrick could step in and compete for at least a nickel spot.

78. St. Louis Rams - Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut, JR – S-Jax needs a backup/complimentary back and Todman has breakaway speed and 3rd down back skills.

79. Miami Dolphins - Will Rackley, OG, Lehigh, SR – Rackley would compete for the starting LG job.

80. Jacksonville Jaguars - Clint Boling, OG, Georgia, SR – Boling would be in the mix at both OG spots where age and injury have taken their toll.

81. Oakland Raiders - DeMarcus Van Dyke, CB, Miami (FL), SR - Oakland has a need at corner and DVD ran the fastest forty at the combine.

82. San Diego Chargers - Allen Bailey, DE, Miami (FL), SR – Bailey would inject some youth into that Chargers DL where age and free agency are starting to rob them.

83. New York Giants - Greg Jones, ILB, Michigan State, SR – Giants haven’t found a legitimate replacement for Pierce yet.

84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Marcus Gilchrist, CB, Clemson, SR – Aqib Talib’s arrests and Ronde Barber’s age leave the Bucs in need for some new blood at CB.

85. Philadelphia Eagles - James Carpenter, OG, Alabama, SR – Carpenter and Carimi would go a long way towards fixing this Eagles o-line.

86. Kansas City Chiefs - Titus Young, WR, Boise State, SR - Chiefs need to add some speed to their offense, something Young has lots of.

87. Indianapolis Colts - Tyler Sash, SS, Iowa, JR - Colts dip into Bob Sanders' alma mater to find his replacement.

88. New Orleans Saints - Delone Carter, RB, Syracuse, SR – Saints have shown a lot of interest in bringing in a RB to compete with Ivory, Bush, and Thomas.

89. San Diego Chargers (from Seattle) - Jaiquawn Jarrett, FS, Temple, SR - Chargers could lose Weddle in FA and could use an upgrade at SS. Jarrett is versatile enough to compete for either starting spot.

90. Baltimore Ravens - Terrence Toliver, WR, LSU, SR - Baltimore is looking for size and speed at the WR position. Tolliver, who has had one of the most under-rated postseasons of any prospect, provides both.

91. Atlanta Falcons - Luke Stocker, TE, Tennessee, SR – Gonzo can’t play forever, need to get a backup plan.

92. New England Patriots - James Brewer, OT, Indiana, SR – Brewer is big, strong, and could play on either side of the line.

93. Chicago Bears - John Moffitt, OG, Wisconsin, SR – Moffitt would start at one of the interior line spots from day one.

94. New York Jets - Edmond Gates, WR, Abilene Christian, SR – Jets could lose three WRs whenever free agency rolls around, Gates could help offset that.

95. Pittsburgh Steelers - Quinton Carter, FS, Oklahoma, SR - Ryan Clark is an okay starter but they need better depth at safety with Polamalu constantly missing a few games each season.

96. Green Bay Packers - Brandon Burton, CB, Utah, JR - Tramon Williams and Sam Shields emerged last season but C-Wood is nearing the end and they still lack depth.

97. Carolina Panthers (comp) - Austin Pettis, WR, Boise State, SR – Panthers are STILL looking for a possession receiver opposite Steve Smith and Pettis is one of the top ones in the draft.

Round Four
98. Carolina Panthers - Jordan Cameron, TE, USC, SR
99. Seattle Seahawks (from Denver through New England) - Jurrell Casey, DT, USC, JR
100. Buffalo Bills - Lance Kendricks, TE, Wisconsin, SR
101. Cincinnati Bengals - Lawrence Guy, DT, Arizona State, JR
102. Cleveland Browns - Curtis Marsh, CB, Utah State, SR
103. Arizona Cardinals - Taiwan Jones, RB, Eastern Washington, JR
104. Philadelphia Eagles (from Washington) - K.J. Wright, OLB, Mississippi State, SR
105. Houston Texans - DeAndre McDaniel, SS, Clemson, SR
106. Minnesota Vikings - Greg Little, WR, North Carolina, SR
107. Detroit Lions - Greg Romeus, DE, Pittsburgh, SR
108. San Francisco 49ers - Chris Carter, OLB, Fresno State, SR
109. Tennessee Titans - Greg Salas, WR, Hawaii, SR
110. Dallas Cowboys - Chykie Brown, CB, Texas, SR
111. Miami Dolphins - D.J. Williams, TE, Arkansas, SR
112. St. Louis Rams - Colin McCarthy, OLB, Miami (FL), SR
113. Oakland Raiders - Jason Pinkston, OG, Pittsburgh, SR
114. Jacksonville Jaguars - Chris Culliver, FS, South Carolina, SR
115. San Francisco 49ers (from San Diego) - Sione Fua, DT, Stanford, SR
116. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - DeMarco Murray, RB, Oklahoma, SR
117. New York Giants - Chimdi Chekwa, CB, Ohio State, SR
118. Kansas City Chiefs - Brandon Fusco, C, Slippery Rock, SR
119. Indianapolis Colts - Stephen Schilling, OG, Michigan, SR
120. Philadelphia Eagles - Jamie Harper, RB, Clemson, SR
121. Jacksonville Jaguars (from New Orleans) - Virgil Green, TE, Nevada, SR
122. Buffalo Bills (from Seattle) - Shareece Wright, CB, USC, SR
123. Baltimore Ravens - Lee Ziemba, OT, Auburn, SR
124. Atlanta Falcons - Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, Oregon State, JR
125. New England Patriots - Mark Herzlich, ILB, Boston College, SR
126. New York Jets - Steven Friday, OLB, Virginia Tech, SR
127. Chicago Bears - Korey Lindsey, CB, Southern Illinois, SR
128. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jerrell Powe, DT, Mississippi, SR
129. Green Bay Packers - Ronald Johnson, WR, USC, SR
130. Tennessee Titans (comp) - Pernell McPhee, DE, Mississippi State, SR
131. Green Bay Packers (comp) - Deunta Williams, FS, North Carolina, SR

Round Five
132. Carolina Panthers - Pierre Allen, DE, Nebraska, SR
133. Buffalo Bills - DeMarcus Love, OG, Arkansas, SR
134. Cincinnati Bengals - Jalil Brown, CB, Colorado, SR
135. Kansas City Chiefs (from Denver through Tampa Bay) - Greg McElroy, QB, Alabama, SR
136. Arizona Cardinals - Cortez Allen, CB, Citadel, SR
137. Cleveland Browns - Terrell McClain, DT, South Florida, SR
138. Houston Texans - Darvin Adams, WR, Auburn, JR
139. Minnesota Vikings - Chris Hairston, OT, Clemson, SR
140. Kansas City Chiefs (from Detroit) - Derek Newton, OT, Arkansas State, SR
141. San Francisco 49ers - Owen Marecic, FB, Stanford, SR
142. Tennessee Titans - Casey Matthews, ILB, Oregon, SR
143. Dallas Cowboys - Jake Kirkpatrick, C, Texas Christian, SR
144. Washington Redskins - Nate Irving, ILB, North Carolina State, SR
145. St. Louis Rams - Jerrard Tarrant, FS, Georgia Tech, JR
146. Miami Dolphins - Ugo Chinasa, OLB, Oklahoma State, SR
147. Jacksonville Jaguars - Rashad Carmichael, CB, Virginia Tech, SR
148. Oakland Raiders - Jermale Hines, FS, Ohio State, SR
149. Philadelphia Eagles (from San Diego) - Tyrod Taylor, QB, Virginia Tech, SR
150. Minnesota Vikings (from New York Giants) - Ian Williams, DT, Notre Dame, SR
151. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Joe Lefeged, SS, Rutgers, SR
152. Indianapolis Colts - Lawrence Wilson, OLB, Connecticut, SR
153. Philadelphia Eagles - Jeron Johnson, SS, Boise State, SR
154. Detroit Lions (from Kansas City) - Niles Paul, WR, Nebraska, SR
155. Washington Redskins (from New Orleans) - David Carter, DE, UCLA, SR
156. Seattle Seahawks - Ricky Elmore, DE, Arizona, SR
157. Seattle Seahawks (from Baltimore) - Zach Hurd, OG, Connecticut, SR
158. Atlanta Falcons - Derek Hall, OT, Stanford, SR
159. New England Patriots - Ahmad Black, SS, Florida, SR
160. Chicago Bears - Pat Devlin, QB, Delaware, SR
161. New York Jets - Brandon Hogan, CB, West Virginia, SR
162. Pittsburgh Steelers - Alex Henery, K, Nebraska, SR
163. Green Bay Packers - Brandon Bair, DE, Oregon, SR
164. Baltimore Ravens (comp) - Roy Helu, RB, Nebraska, SR
165. Baltimore Ravens (comp) - Akeem Dent, ILB, Georgia, SR

Round Six
166. Carolina Panthers - Chris Rucker, CB, Michigan State, SR
167. Cincinnati Bengals - Cliff Matthews, DE, South Carolina, SR
168. Cleveland Browns (from Denver) - Derrick Locke, RB, Kentucky, SR
169. Buffalo Bills - Dwayne Harris, WR, East Carolina, SR
170. Cleveland Browns - Josh Bynes, ILB, Auburn, SR
171. Arizona Cardinals - Tim Barnes, C, Missouri, SR
172. Minnesota Vikings - Chris Conte, FS, California, SR
173. Seattle Seahawks (from Detroit) - Ross Homan, OLB, Ohio State, SR
174. San Francisco 49ers - Kai Forbath, K, UCLA, SR
175. Tennessee Titans - Justin Boren, OG, Ohio State, SR
176. Dallas Cowboys - Cecil Shorts, WR, Mount Union, SR
177. Washington Redskins - Evan Royster, RB, Penn State, SR
178. Houston Texans - Da'Rel Scott, RB, Maryland, SR
179. Miami Dolphins - Taylor Potts, QB, Texas Tech, SR
180. Baltimore Ravens (from St. Louis) - Tori Gurley, WR, South Carolina, SO
181. Oakland Raiders - Denarius Moore, WR, Tennessee, SR
182. Jacksonville Jaguars - Nathan Enderle, QB, Idaho, SR
183. San Diego Chargers - Dion Lewis, RB, Pittsburgh, SO
184. Arizona Cardinals (from Tampa Bay through Philadelphia) - Jeff Maehl, WR, Oregon, SR
185. New York Giants - D.J. Young, OT, Michigan State, SR
186. Denver Broncos (from Philadelphia through Detroit) - Jeremy Kerley, WR, Texas Christian, SR
187. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Kansas City) - Chas Henry, P, Florida, SR
188. Indianapolis Colts - Josh Thomas, CB, Buffalo, SR
189. Denver Broncos (from New Orleans through New England) - Stevan Ridley, RB, LSU, JR
190. San Francisco 49ers (from Seattle) - Vincent Brown, WR, San Diego State, SR
191. Baltimore Ravens - Ryan Bartholomew, C, Syracuse, SR
192. Atlanta Falcons - Chris White, ILB, Mississippi State, SR
193. New England Patriots - T.J. Yates, QB, North Carolina, SR
194. New York Jets - Anthony Gray, DT, Southern Mississippi, SR
195. Chicago Bears - Joseph Barksdale, OT, Louisiana State, SR
196. Pittsburgh Steelers - Stephen Burton, WR, West Texas A&M, SR
197. Green Bay Packers - Jah Reid, OT, Central Florida, SR
198. New York Giants (comp) - Dane Sanzenbacher, WR, Ohio State, SR
199. Kansas City Chiefs (comp) - Buster Skrine, CB, Chattanooga, SR
200. Minnesota Vikings (comp) - Kristofer O'Dowd, C, USC, SR
201. San Diego Chargers (comp) - Richard Sherman, CB, Stanford, SR
202. New York Giants (comp) - Brian Rolle, OLB, Ohio State, SR
203. Carolina Panthers (comp) - Adrian Moten, OLB, Maryland, SR

Round Seven
204. Green Bay Packers (from Carolina) - Daniel Kilgore, OG, Appalachian State, SR
205. Detroit Lions (from Cincinnati) - Bilal Powell, RB, Louisville, SR
206. Buffalo Bills - Josh Portis, QB, California (PA), SR
207. Cincinnati Bengals - Robert Sands, SS, West Virginia, JR
208. New York Jets (from Arizona) - David Mims, OT, Virginia Union, SR
209. Seattle Seahawks (from Cleveland) - Byron Stingily, OT, Louisville, SR
210. Atlanta Falcons (from Detroit) - Doug Hogue, OLB, Syracuse, SR
211. San Francisco 49ers - Cedric Thornton, DE, Southern Arkansas, SR
212. Tennessee Titans - Da'Norris Searcy, SS, North Carolina, SR
213. Washington Redskins - Ray Dominguez, OG, Arkansas, SR
214. Houston Texans - Derek Epperson, P, Baylor, SR
215. Minnesota Vikings - Quentin Davie, OLB, Northwestern, SR
216. St. Louis Rams - Andrew Jackson, OG, Fresno State, SR
217. Miami Dolphins - Ricardo Lockette, WR, Fort Valley State, SR
218. Miami Dolphins (from Jacksonville) - Byron Bell, OT, New Mexico, SR
219. Oakland Raiders - Rob Housler, TE, Florida Atlantic, SR
220. Dallas Cowboys (from San Diego) - Tom Keiser, OLB, Stanford, JR
221. New York Giants - Frank Kearse, DT, Alabama A&M, SR
222. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Martin Parker, DT, Richmond, SR
223. Kansas City Chiefs - Julius Thomas, TE, Portland St., SR
224. Washington Redskins (from Indianapolis) - Brian Lainhart, FS, Kent State, SR
225. Baltimore Ravens (from Philadelphia) - Zane Parr, DE, Virginia, JR
226. New Orleans Saints - Shiloh Keo, SS, Idaho, SR
227. Philadelphia Eagles (from Seattle) - Jeremy Beal, DE, Oklahoma, SR
228. St. Louis Rams (from Baltimore) - Ryan Winterswyk, DE, Boise State, SR
229. Atlanta Falcons - Justin Rogers, CB, Richmond, SR
230. Atlanta Falcons (from New England) - Nate Williams, SS, Washington, SR
231. San Francisco 49ers (from New York Jets through Detroit) - Bruce Miller, OLB, Central Florida, SR
232. Pittsburgh Steelers - Kendric Burney, CB, North Carolina, SR
233. Green Bay Packers - Corbin Bryant, DE, Northwestern, SR
234. San Diego Chargers (comp) - Stanley Havili, FB, USC, SR
235. Miami Dolphins (comp) - Frank Kearse, DE, Alabama A&M, SR
236. Minnesota Vikings (comp) - Dom DeCicco, SS, Pittsburgh, SR
237. Philadelphia Eagles (comp) - Ollie Ogbu, DT, Penn State, SR
238. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (comp) - Schuylar Oordt, TE, Northern Iowa, SR
239. San Francisco 49ers (comp) - David Arkin, OG, Missouri State, SR
240. Philadelphia Eagles (comp) - Jordan White, WR, Western Michigan, SR
241. Oakland Raiders (comp) - Alex Green, RB, Hawaii, SR
242. Seattle Seahawks (comp) - Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, WR, Iowa, SR
243. New Orleans Saints (comp) - Charlie Gantt, TE, Michigan State, SR
244. Carolina Panthers (comp) - Anthony Bratton, SS, Delaware, SR
245. Buffalo Bills (comp) - Alex Wujciak, ILB, Maryland, SR
246. Cincinnati Bengals (comp) - Anthony Walters, FS, Delaware, SR
247. Denver Broncos (comp) - D'Aundre Reed, DE, Arizona, SR
248. Cleveland Browns (comp) - Willie Smith, OT, East Carolina, SR
249. Arizona Cardinals (comp) - Matt Bosher, K, Miami (FL), SR
250. San Francisco 49ers (comp) - Mario Harvey, ILB, Marshall, SR
251. Tennessee Titans (comp) - Brett Brackett, TE, Penn State, SR
252. Dallas Cowboys (comp) - Chris Neild, DT, West Virginia, SR
253. Washington Redskins (comp) - Jake Rogers, K, Cincinnati, SR
254. Houston Texans (comp) - Scott Tolzien, QB, Wisconsin, SR

Grizzlegom
04-12-2011, 01:19 PM
Arizona Cardinals:
5. Arizona Cardinals - Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri, JR
38. Arizona Cardinals - Nate Solder, OT, Colorado, SR
69. Arizona Cardinals - Dontay Moch, OLB, Nevada, SR
103. Arizona Cardinals - Taiwan Jones, RB, Eastern Washington, JR
136. Arizona Cardinals - Cortez Allen, CB, Citadel, SR
171. Arizona Cardinals - Tim Barnes, C, Missouri, SR
184. Arizona Cardinals (from Tampa Bay through Philadelphia) - Jeff Maehl, WR, Oregon, SR
249. Arizona Cardinals (comp) - Matt Bosher, K, Miami (FL), SR

Atlanta Falcons:
27. Atlanta Falcons - Justin Houston, DE, Georgia, JR
59. Atlanta Falcons - Jerrel Jernigan, WR, Troy, SR
91. Atlanta Falcons - Luke Stocker, TE, Tennessee, SR
124. Atlanta Falcons - Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, Oregon State, JR
158. Atlanta Falcons - Derek Hall, OT, Stanford, SR
192. Atlanta Falcons - Chris White, ILB, Mississippi State, SR
210. Atlanta Falcons (from Detroit) - Doug Hogue, OLB, Syracuse, SR
229. Atlanta Falcons - Justin Rogers, CB, Richmond, SR
230. Atlanta Falcons (from New England) - Nate Williams, SS, Washington, SR

Baltimore Ravens:
26. Baltimore Ravens - Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado, SR
58. Baltimore Ravens - Sam Acho, OLB, Texas, SR
90. Baltimore Ravens - Terrence Toliver, WR, LSU, SR
123. Baltimore Ravens - Lee Ziemba, OT, Auburn, SR
164. Baltimore Ravens (comp) - Roy Helu, RB, Nebraska, SR
165. Baltimore Ravens (comp) - Akeem Dent, ILB, Georgia, SR
180. Baltimore Ravens (from St. Louis) - Tori Gurley, WR, South Carolina, SO
191. Baltimore Ravens - Ryan Bartholomew, C, Syracuse, SR
225. Baltimore Ravens (from Philadelphia) - Zane Parr, DE, Virginia, JR

Buffalo Bills:
3. Buffalo Bills - Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M, SR
34. Buffalo Bills - Muhammad Wilkerson, DE, Temple, JR
68. Buffalo Bills - Marcus Gilbert, OT, Florida, SR
100. Buffalo Bills - Lance Kendricks, TE, Wisconsin, SR
122. Buffalo Bills (from Seattle) - Shareece Wright, CB, USC, SR
133. Buffalo Bills - DeMarcus Love, OG, Arkansas, SR
169. Buffalo Bills - Dwayne Harris, WR, East Carolina, SR
206. Buffalo Bills - Josh Portis, QB, California (PA), SR
245. Buffalo Bills (comp) - Alex Wujciak, ILB, Maryland, SR

Carolina Panthers:
1. Carolina Panthers - Cam Newton, QB, Auburn, JR
65. Carolina Panthers - Marvin Austin, DT, North Carolina, SR
97. Carolina Panthers (comp) - Austin Pettis, WR, Boise State, SR
98. Carolina Panthers - Jordan Cameron, TE, USC, SR
132. Carolina Panthers - Pierre Allen, DE, Nebraska, SR
166. Carolina Panthers - Chris Rucker, CB, Michigan State, SR
203. Carolina Panthers (comp) - Adrian Moten, OLB, Maryland, SR
244. Carolina Panthers (comp) - Anthony Bratton, SS, Delaware, SR

Chicago Bears:
29. Chicago Bears - Corey Liuget, DT, Illinois, JR
62. Chicago Bears - Jon Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh, JR
93. Chicago Bears - John Moffitt, OG, Wisconsin, SR
127. Chicago Bears - Korey Lindsey, CB, Southern Illinois, SR
160. Chicago Bears - Pat Devlin, QB, Delaware, SR
195. Chicago Bears - Joseph Barksdale, OT, Louisiana State, SR

Cincinnati Bengals:
4. Cincinnati Bengals - A.J. Green, WR, Georgia, JR
35. Cincinnati Bengals - Andy Dalton, QB, Texas Christian, SR
66. Cincinnati Bengals - Daniel Thomas, RB, Kansas State, SR
101. Cincinnati Bengals - Lawrence Guy, DT, Arizona State, JR
134. Cincinnati Bengals - Jalil Brown, CB, Colorado, SR
167. Cincinnati Bengals - Cliff Matthews, DE, South Carolina, SR
207. Cincinnati Bengals - Robert Sands, SS, West Virginia, JR
246. Cincinnati Bengals (comp) - Anthony Walters, FS, Delaware, SR

Cleveland Browns:
6. Cleveland Browns - Da'Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson, JR
37. Cleveland Browns - Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami (FL), SR
70. Cleveland Browns - Bruce Carter, OLB, North Carolina, SR
102. Cleveland Browns - Curtis Marsh, CB, Utah State, SR
137. Cleveland Browns - Terrell McClain, DT, South Florida, SR
168. Cleveland Browns (from Denver) - Derrick Locke, RB, Kentucky, SR
170. Cleveland Browns - Josh Bynes, ILB, Auburn, SR
248. Cleveland Browns (comp) - Willie Smith, OT, East Carolina, SR

Dallas Cowboys:
9. Dallas Cowboys - Tyron Smith, OT, USC, JR
40. Dallas Cowboys - Christian Ballard, DE, Iowa, SR
71. Dallas Cowboys - Rahim Moore, FS, UCLA, JR
110. Dallas Cowboys - Chykie Brown, CB, Texas, SR
143. Dallas Cowboys - Jake Kirkpatrick, C, Texas Christian, SR
176. Dallas Cowboys - Cecil Shorts, WR, Mount Union, SR
220. Dallas Cowboys (from San Diego) - Tom Keiser, OLB, Stanford, JR
252. Dallas Cowboys (comp) - Chris Neild, DT, West Virginia, SR

Denver Broncos:
2. Denver Broncos - Marcell Dareus, DT, Alabama, JR
36. Denver Broncos - Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame, JR
46. Denver Broncos (from Miami) - Davon House, CB, New Mexico State, SR
67. Denver Broncos - Quan Sturdivant, ILB, North Carolina, SR
186. Denver Broncos (from Philadelphia through Detroit) - Jeremy Kerley, WR, Texas Christian, SR
189. Denver Broncos (from New Orleans through New England) - Stevan Ridley, RB, LSU, JR
247. Denver Broncos (comp) - D'Aundre Reed, DE, Arizona, SR

Detroit Lions:
13. Detroit Lions - Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska, SR
44. Detroit Lions - Martez Wilson, ILB, Illinois, JR
75. Detroit Lions - Marcus Cannon, OG, Texas Christian, SR
107. Detroit Lions - Greg Romeus, DE, Pittsburgh, SR
154. Detroit Lions (from Kansas City) - Niles Paul, WR, Nebraska, SR
205. Detroit Lions (from Cincinnati) - Bilal Powell, RB, Louisville, SR

Green Bay Packers:
32. Green Bay Packers - Brooks Reed, OLB, Arizona, SR
64. Green Bay Packers - Ryan Williams, RB, Virginia Tech, SO
96. Green Bay Packers - Brandon Burton, CB, Utah, JR
129. Green Bay Packers - Ronald Johnson, WR, USC, SR
131. Green Bay Packers (comp) - Deunta Williams, FS, North Carolina, SR
163. Green Bay Packers - Brandon Bair, DE, Oregon, SR
197. Green Bay Packers - Jah Reid, OT, Central Florida, SR
204. Green Bay Packers (from Carolina) - Daniel Kilgore, OG, Appalachian State, SR
233. Green Bay Packers - Corbin Bryant, DE, Northwestern, SR

Houston Texans:
11. Houston Texans - Robert Quinn, OLB, North Carolina, JR
42. Houston Texans - Aaron Williams, CB, Texas, JR
73. Houston Texans - Jarvis Jenkins, DE, Clemson, SR
105. Houston Texans - DeAndre McDaniel, SS, Clemson, SR
138. Houston Texans - Darvin Adams, WR, Auburn, JR
178. Houston Texans - Da'Rel Scott, RB, Maryland, SR
214. Houston Texans - Derek Epperson, P, Baylor, SR
254. Houston Texans (comp) - Scott Tolzien, QB, Wisconsin, SR

Indianapolis Colts:
22. Indianapolis Colts - Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State, SR
53. Indianapolis Colts - Drake Nevis, DT, LSU, SR
87. Indianapolis Colts - Tyler Sash, SS, Iowa, JR
119. Indianapolis Colts - Stephen Schilling, OG, Michigan, SR
152. Indianapolis Colts - Lawrence Wilson, OLB, Connecticut, SR
188. Indianapolis Colts - Josh Thomas, CB, Buffalo, SR

Jacksonville Jaguars:
16. Jacksonville Jaguars - J.J. Watt, DE, Wisconsin, JR
49. Jacksonville Jaguars - Ras-I Dowling, CB, Virginia, SR
80. Jacksonville Jaguars - Clint Boling, OG, Georgia, SR
114. Jacksonville Jaguars - Chris Culliver, FS, South Carolina, SR
121. Jacksonville Jaguars (from New Orleans) - Virgil Green, TE, Nevada, SR
147. Jacksonville Jaguars - Rashad Carmichael, CB, Virginia Tech, SR
182. Jacksonville Jaguars - Nathan Enderle, QB, Idaho, SR

Kansas City Chiefs:
21. Kansas City Chiefs - Ryan Kerrigan, OLB, Purdue, SR
55. Kansas City Chiefs - Phil Taylor, DT, Baylor, SR
86. Kansas City Chiefs - Titus Young, WR, Boise State, SR
118. Kansas City Chiefs - Brandon Fusco, C, Slippery Rock, SR
135. Kansas City Chiefs (from Denver through Tampa Bay) - Greg McElroy, QB, Alabama, SR
140. Kansas City Chiefs (from Detroit) - Derek Newton, OT, Arkansas State, SR
199. Kansas City Chiefs (comp) - Buster Skrine, CB, Chattanooga, SR
223. Kansas City Chiefs - Julius Thomas, TE, Portland St., SR

Miami Dolphins:
15. Miami Dolphins - Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama, JR
79. Miami Dolphins - Will Rackley, OG, Lehigh, SR
111. Miami Dolphins - D.J. Williams, TE, Arkansas, SR
146. Miami Dolphins - Ugo Chinasa, OLB, Oklahoma State, SR
179. Miami Dolphins - Taylor Potts, QB, Texas Tech, SR
217. Miami Dolphins - Ricardo Lockette, WR, Fort Valley State, SR
218. Miami Dolphins (from Jacksonville) - Byron Bell, OT, New Mexico, SR
235. Miami Dolphins (comp) - Karl Klug, DE, Iowa, SR

Minnesota Vikings:
12. Minnesota Vikings - Jake Locker, QB, Washington, SR
43. Minnesota Vikings - Jabaal Sheard, DE, Pittsburgh, SR
106. Minnesota Vikings - Greg Little, WR, North Carolina, SR
139. Minnesota Vikings - Chris Hairston, OT, Clemson, SR
150. Minnesota Vikings (from New York Giants) - Ian Williams, DT, Notre Dame, SR
172. Minnesota Vikings - Chris Conte, FS, California, SR
200. Minnesota Vikings (comp) - Kristofer O'Dowd, C, USC, SR
215. Minnesota Vikings - Quentin Davie, OLB, Northwestern, SR
236. Minnesota Vikings (comp) - Dom DeCicco, SS, Pittsburgh, SR

New England Patriots:
17. New England Patriots (from Oakland) - Cameron Jordan, DE, California, SR
28. New England Patriots - Akeem Ayers, OLB, UCLA, JR
33. New England Patriots (from Carolina) - Danny Watkins, OG, Baylor, SR
60. New England Patriots - Randall Cobb, WR, Kentucky, JR
74. New England Patriots (from Minnesota) - Kendall Hunter, RB, Oklahoma State, SR
92. New England Patriots - James Brewer, OT, Indiana, SR
125. New England Patriots - Mark Herzlich, ILB, Boston College, SR
159. New England Patriots - Ahmad Black, SS, Florida, SR
193. New England Patriots - T.J. Yates, QB, North Carolina, SR

New Orleans Saints:
24. New Orleans Saints - Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa, SR
56. New Orleans Saints - Mason Foster, OLB, Washington, SR
72. New Orleans Saints (from Washington) - Kenrick Ellis, DT, Hampton, SR
88. New Orleans Saints - Delone Carter, RB, Syracuse, SR
226. New Orleans Saints - Shiloh Keo, SS, Idaho, SR
243. New Orleans Saints (comp) - Charlie Gantt, TE, Michigan State, SR

New York Giants:
19. New York Giants - Mike Pouncey, OG, Florida, SR
52. New York Giants - Mikel LeShoure, RB, Illinois, JR
83. New York Giants - Greg Jones, ILB, Michigan State, SR
117. New York Giants - Chimdi Chekwa, CB, Ohio State, SR
185. New York Giants - D.J. Young, OT, Michigan State, SR
198. New York Giants (comp) - Dane Sanzenbacher, WR, Ohio State, SR
202. New York Giants (comp) - Brian Rolle, OLB, Ohio State, SR
221. New York Giants - Frank Kearse, DT, Alabama A&M, SR

New York Jets:
30. New York Jets - Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State, SR
94. New York Jets - Edmond Gates, WR, Abilene Christian, SR
126. New York Jets - Steven Friday, OLB, Virginia Tech, SR
161. New York Jets - Brandon Hogan, CB, West Virginia, SR
194. New York Jets - Anthony Gray, DT, Southern Mississippi, SR
208. New York Jets (from Arizona) - David Mims, OT, Virginia Union, SR

Oakland Raiders:
48. Oakland Raiders - Stefen Wisniewski, C, Penn State, SR
81. Oakland Raiders - DeMarcus Van Dyke, CB, Miami (FL), SR
113. Oakland Raiders - Jason Pinkston, OG, Pittsburgh, SR
148. Oakland Raiders - Jermale Hines, FS, Ohio State, SR
181. Oakland Raiders - Denarius Moore, WR, Tennessee, SR
219. Oakland Raiders - Rob Housler, TE, Florida Atlantic, SR
241. Oakland Raiders (comp) - Alex Green, RB, Hawaii, SR

Philadelphia Eagles:
23. Philadelphia Eagles - Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin, SR
54. Philadelphia Eagles - Curtis Brown, CB, Texas, SR
85. Philadelphia Eagles - James Carpenter, OG, Alabama, SR
104. Philadelphia Eagles (from Washington) - K.J. Wright, OLB, Mississippi State, SR
120. Philadelphia Eagles - Jamie Harper, RB, Clemson, SR
149. Philadelphia Eagles (from San Diego) - Tyrod Taylor, QB, Virginia Tech, SR
153. Philadelphia Eagles - Jeron Johnson, SS, Boise State, SR
227. Philadelphia Eagles (from Seattle) - Jeremy Beal, DE, Oklahoma, SR
237. Philadelphia Eagles (comp) - Ollie Ogbu, DT, Penn State, SR
240. Philadelphia Eagles (comp) - Jordan White, WR, Western Michigan, SR

Pittsburgh Steelers:
31. Pittsburgh Steelers - Brandon Harris, CB, Miami (FL), JR
63. Pittsburgh Steelers - Orlando Franklin, OT, Miami (FL), SR
95. Pittsburgh Steelers - Quinton Carter, FS, Oklahoma, SR
128. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jerrell Powe, DT, Mississippi, SR
162. Pittsburgh Steelers - Alex Henery, K, Nebraska, SR
196. Pittsburgh Steelers - Stephen Burton, WR, West Texas A&M, SR
232. Pittsburgh Steelers - Kendric Burney, CB, North Carolina, SR

San Diego Chargers:
18. San Diego Chargers - Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College, SR
50. San Diego Chargers - Tandon Doss, WR, Indiana, JR
61. San Diego Chargers (from New York Jets) - Kelvin Sheppard, ILB, LSU, SR
82. San Diego Chargers - Allen Bailey, DE, Miami (FL), SR
89. San Diego Chargers (from Seattle) - Jaiquawn Jarrett, FS, Temple, SR
183. San Diego Chargers - Dion Lewis, RB, Pittsburgh, SO
201. San Diego Chargers (comp) - Richard Sherman, CB, Stanford, SR
234. San Diego Chargers (comp) - Stanley Havili, FB, USC, SR

San Francisco 49ers:
7. San Francisco 49ers - Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU, JR
45. San Francisco 49ers - Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa, SR
76. San Francisco 49ers - Shane Vereen, RB, California, JR
108. San Francisco 49ers - Chris Carter, OLB, Fresno State, SR
115. San Francisco 49ers (from San Diego) - Sione Fua, DT, Stanford, SR
141. San Francisco 49ers - Owen Marecic, FB, Stanford, SR
174. San Francisco 49ers - Kai Forbath, K, UCLA, SR
190. San Francisco 49ers (from Seattle) - Vincent Brown, WR, San Diego State, SR
211. San Francisco 49ers - Cedric Thornton, DE, Southern Arkansas, SR
231. San Francisco 49ers (from New York Jets through Detroit) - Bruce Miller, OLB, Central Florida, SR
239. San Francisco 49ers (comp) - David Arkin, OG, Missouri State, SR
250. San Francisco 49ers (comp) - Mario Harvey, ILB, Marshall, SR

Seattle Seahawks:
25. Seattle Seahawks - Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State, SR
57. Seattle Seahawks - Rodney Hudson, C, Florida State, SR
99. Seattle Seahawks (from Denver through New England) - Jurrell Casey, DT, USC, JR
156. Seattle Seahawks - Ricky Elmore, DE, Arizona, SR
157. Seattle Seahawks (from Baltimore) - Zach Hurd, OG, Connecticut, SR
173. Seattle Seahawks (from Detroit) - Ross Homan, OLB, Ohio State, SR
209. Seattle Seahawks (from Cleveland) - Byron Stingily, OT, Louisville, SR
242. Seattle Seahawks (comp) - Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, WR, Iowa, SR

St. Louis Rams:
14. St. Louis Rams - Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn, JR
47. St. Louis Rams - Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland, SR
78. St. Louis Rams - Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut, JR
112. St. Louis Rams - Colin McCarthy, OLB, Miami (FL), SR
145. St. Louis Rams - Jerrard Tarrant, FS, Georgia Tech, JR
216. St. Louis Rams - Andrew Jackson, OG, Fresno State, SR
228. St. Louis Rams (from Baltimore) - Ryan Winterswyk, DE, Boise State, SR

Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Aldon Smith, DE, Missouri, SO
51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Benjamin Ijalana, OG, Villanova, SR
84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Marcus Gilchrist, CB, Clemson, SR
116. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - DeMarco Murray, RB, Oklahoma, SR
151. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Joe Lefeged, SS, Rutgers, SR
187. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Kansas City) - Chas Henry, P, Florida, SR
222. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Martin Parker, DT, Richmond, SR
238. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (comp) - Schuylar Oordt, TE, Northern Iowa, SR

Tennessee Titans:
8. Tennessee Titans - Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas, JR
39. Tennessee Titans - Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State, SR
77. Tennessee Titans - Johnny Patrick, CB, Louisville, SR
109. Tennessee Titans - Greg Salas, WR, Hawaii, SR
130. Tennessee Titans (comp) - Pernell McPhee, DE, Mississippi State, SR
142. Tennessee Titans - Casey Matthews, ILB, Oregon, SR
175. Tennessee Titans - Justin Boren, OG, Ohio State, SR
212. Tennessee Titans - Da'Norris Searcy, SS, North Carolina, SR
251. Tennessee Titans (comp) - Brett Brackett, TE, Penn State, SR

Washington Redskins:
10. Washington Redskins - Julio Jones, WR, Alabama, JR
41. Washington Redskins - Colin Kaepernick, QB, Nevada, SR
144. Washington Redskins - Nate Irving, ILB, North Carolina State, SR
155. Washington Redskins (from New Orleans) - David Carter, DE, UCLA, SR
177. Washington Redskins - Evan Royster, RB, Penn State, SR
213. Washington Redskins - Ray Dominguez, OG, Arkansas, SR
224. Washington Redskins (from Indianapolis) - Brian Lainhart, FS, Kent State, SR
253. Washington Redskins (comp) - Jake Rogers, K, Cincinnati, SR

Trogdor
04-12-2011, 02:06 PM
Dallas Cowboys:
9. Dallas Cowboys - Tyron Smith, OT, USC, JR
40. Dallas Cowboys - Christian Ballard, DE, Iowa, SR
71. Dallas Cowboys - Rahim Moore, FS, UCLA, JR
110. Dallas Cowboys - Chykie Brown, CB, Texas, SR
143. Dallas Cowboys - Jake Kirkpatrick, C, Texas Christian, SR
176. Dallas Cowboys - Cecil Shorts, WR, Mount Union, SR
220. Dallas Cowboys (from San Diego) - Tom Keiser, OLB, Stanford, JR
252. Dallas Cowboys (comp) - Chris Neild, DT, West Virginia, SR


YES - Love T. Smith.
Yes (with the expectation he can bulk up and become a 3-4 DE strength-wise)
YES - Rahim Moore in the 3rd? Sign me up.
Yes - Good value
Yes - Solid value and backup C for us is a weakness.
YES - Been linked with Cecil and this is good value.
Mixed feelings - This late in the draft it's nitpicky but I'm just not enthralled with him.
Yes - Great value for Neild this late. Will have an opportunity to fight Brent / Lisse / UDFAs for a roster spot.

Overall I love the draft and I think Dallas got excellent value for their picks.

Scotty D
04-12-2011, 02:19 PM
Detroit Lions:
13. Detroit Lions - Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska, SR
44. Detroit Lions - Martez Wilson, ILB, Illinois, JR
75. Detroit Lions - Marcus Cannon, OG, Texas Christian, SR
107. Detroit Lions - Greg Romeus, DE, Pittsburgh, SR
154. Detroit Lions (from Kansas City) - Niles Paul, WR, Nebraska, SR
205. Detroit Lions (from Cincinnati) - Bilal Powell, RB, Louisville, SR



Epic Lions draft. You hit the top three needs with great value. I love Powell in the 7th as a power back compliment to Best. Very good mock. + rep

TheMatriculator
04-12-2011, 02:36 PM
Kansas City Chiefs:
21. Kansas City Chiefs - Ryan Kerrigan, OLB, Purdue, SR
55. Kansas City Chiefs - Phil Taylor, DT, Baylor, SR
86. Kansas City Chiefs - Titus Young, WR, Boise State, SR
118. Kansas City Chiefs - Brandon Fusco, C, Slippery Rock, SR
135. Kansas City Chiefs (from Denver through Tampa Bay) - Greg McElroy, QB, Alabama, SR
140. Kansas City Chiefs (from Detroit) - Derek Newton, OT, Arkansas State, SR
199. Kansas City Chiefs (comp) - Buster Skrine, CB, Chattanooga, SR
223. Kansas City Chiefs - Julius Thomas, TE, Portland St., SR


That would be an extraordinary draft. Perhaps too good to be true.

49erNation85
04-12-2011, 02:38 PM
7. San Francisco 49ers - Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU, JR
45. San Francisco 49ers - Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa, SR
76. San Francisco 49ers - Shane Vereen, RB, California, JR
108. San Francisco 49ers - Chris Carter, OLB, Fresno State, SR
115. San Francisco 49ers (from San Diego) - Sione Fua, DT, Stanford, SR
141. San Francisco 49ers - Owen Marecic, FB, Stanford, SR
174. San Francisco 49ers - Kai Forbath, K, UCLA, SR
190. San Francisco 49ers (from Seattle) - Vincent Brown, WR, San Diego State, SR
211. San Francisco 49ers - Cedric Thornton, DE, Southern Arkansas, SR
231. San Francisco 49ers (from New York Jets through Detroit) - Bruce Miller, OLB, Central Florida, SR
239. San Francisco 49ers (comp) - David Arkin, OG, Missouri State, SR
250. San Francisco 49ers (comp) - Mario Harvey, ILB, Marshall, SR


7) I freaking love it and hope it happens.We need help at CB so bad.Either pp or Amukura will be good for us.
45) Any QB really is great there but with JH visting and working out both Dalton or Stanzi one of them will be our pick at QB,so solid pick there
108)solid pick and fills a need,dunno much about the player.
115)should be a stellar player at the NT spot!
141)Again two of JH guys should be drafted these two are prime spots to fill needs.Our current (norris ) just sucks IMO.
174)Really a darn kicker?Is his the BPA on the board at the time?I would have gone WR or anothe CB maybe or o line instead.


The rest of the picks are pretty solid for most the part.The only pick i have a gripe on is the kicker.Everyone is pretty solid and good fit.+rep for doing a full seven rounds and all the work there!

holt_bruce81
04-12-2011, 02:44 PM
Solid Rams mock, although I would like to get a Defensive End before the seventh round. Good job man.

Pat Sims 90
04-12-2011, 02:58 PM
I only player that i like for the Bengals is AJ Green.

hawkeye123
04-12-2011, 02:59 PM
7. San Francisco 49ers - Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU, JR
45. San Francisco 49ers - Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa, SR
76. San Francisco 49ers - Shane Vereen, RB, California, JR
108. San Francisco 49ers - Chris Carter, OLB, Fresno State, SR
115. San Francisco 49ers (from San Diego) - Sione Fua, DT, Stanford, SR
141. San Francisco 49ers - Owen Marecic, FB, Stanford, SR
174. San Francisco 49ers - Kai Forbath, K, UCLA, SR
190. San Francisco 49ers (from Seattle) - Vincent Brown, WR, San Diego State, SR
211. San Francisco 49ers - Cedric Thornton, DE, Southern Arkansas, SR
231. San Francisco 49ers (from New York Jets through Detroit) - Bruce Miller, OLB, Central Florida, SR
239. San Francisco 49ers (comp) - David Arkin, OG, Missouri State, SR
250. San Francisco 49ers (comp) - Mario Harvey, ILB, Marshall, SR

Very nice draft...

Peterson at #7 would be epic. Stanzi in second seems a little high too me, but if he's the best QB on the board left then it's a good pick. Vereen is a great pick, should give Harbaugh a weapon on 3rd down. Carter is an ok pick i quess, don't know anything about him. Fua and Marecic are excellent picks, fill positions of need, great value, and will fit in right away with their old head coach. The rest are crap shoot picks so they're not good or bad.

The only thing i would add is another QB in round 6 or 7.

Heisman
04-12-2011, 03:25 PM
This Vikings draft brings tears to my eyes... absolutely amazing

K Train
04-12-2011, 03:27 PM
hell of a steelers draft......damn nice work

wicket
04-12-2011, 03:46 PM
very decent job on the saints. To bad of the delone carter pick which is kidn of a waste. swap him to KJ Wright and the saints picks become even better

T-RICH49
04-12-2011, 04:08 PM
Kansas City Chiefs:
21. Kansas City Chiefs - Ryan Kerrigan, OLB, Purdue, SR
55. Kansas City Chiefs - Phil Taylor, DT, Baylor, SR
86. Kansas City Chiefs - Titus Young, WR, Boise State, SR
118. Kansas City Chiefs - Brandon Fusco, C, Slippery Rock, SR
135. Kansas City Chiefs (from Denver through Tampa Bay) - Greg McElroy, QB, Alabama, SR
140. Kansas City Chiefs (from Detroit) - Derek Newton, OT, Arkansas State, SR
199. Kansas City Chiefs (comp) - Buster Skrine, CB, Chattanooga, SR
223. Kansas City Chiefs - Julius Thomas, TE, Portland St., SR


LOVE THIS DRAFT!!!!

vidae
04-12-2011, 04:24 PM
That is the best KC draft I've seen yet. The first four picks are homeruns imo. Great job.

CheeseKnuckles
04-12-2011, 07:37 PM
Interesting Packer draft... I only am familiar with the 1st 4 picks, but otherwise pretty decent.

Crazy_Chris
04-12-2011, 07:49 PM
Minnesota Vikings:
12. Minnesota Vikings - Jake Locker, QB, Washington, SR
43. Minnesota Vikings - Jabaal Sheard, DE, Pittsburgh, SR
106. Minnesota Vikings - Greg Little, WR, North Carolina, SR
139. Minnesota Vikings - Chris Hairston, OT, Clemson, SR
150. Minnesota Vikings (from New York Giants) - Ian Williams, DT, Notre Dame, SR
172. Minnesota Vikings - Chris Conte, FS, California, SR
200. Minnesota Vikings (comp) - Kristofer O'Dowd, C, USC, SR
215. Minnesota Vikings - Quentin Davie, OLB, Northwestern, SR
236. Minnesota Vikings (comp) - Dom DeCicco, SS, Pittsburgh, SR

Like this scenario for the Vikes. Only issue I see is they need to grab a CB somewhere.

bored of education
04-12-2011, 08:02 PM
Arizona Cardinals:

Kansas City Chiefs:
21. Kansas City Chiefs - Ryan Kerrigan, OLB, Purdue, SR
55. Kansas City Chiefs - Phil Taylor, DT, Baylor, SR
86. Kansas City Chiefs - Titus Young, WR, Boise State, SR
118. Kansas City Chiefs - Brandon Fusco, C, Slippery Rock, SR
135. Kansas City Chiefs (from Denver through Tampa Bay) - Greg McElroy, QB, Alabama, SR
140. Kansas City Chiefs (from Detroit) - Derek Newton, OT, Arkansas State, SR
199. Kansas City Chiefs (comp) - Buster Skrine, CB, Chattanooga, SR
223. Kansas City Chiefs - Julius Thomas, TE, Portland St., SR




Where to start.
Ryan Kerrigan is a great pick. High character, hard worker, fits the mold of SOLB for Romeo Crennel's scheme. Fits across Hali, and can have hind in dirt in nickle situations as well. Over all grade: A-

Phil Taylor: perfect 2 gap NT, motivational issues/character issues seem to be in the past, I have read a lot on him and i think he has turned it around. Overall grade A+

Titus Young: Perfect number 2 to Bowe. Awesome pick. A+

Fusco - If Wiegman comes back this is an A+ developmental prospect. If he is forced to come in and start i dont like this at all. I think this pick is contingent to how quick Fusco is forced to come in. I still give it a B.

Greg McElroy - I love this pick, perfect back up to Cassel, will this guy be that Brady/Cassel high character hard working type guy. Can back up Cassel learn a system and provide value as a starter for some team in 4-5 years or start for KC? A-

Derek Newton - love this project. he is strong like bull, hard worker. can he be the swing tackle or future RT? Will he be forced to be kicked inside? So I give this a B I like this kid long term


Buster Skrine- A highly athletic freak of nature who can develop in to a solid nickle maybe a number two. Will be a special teams stud. He could be the number 4-5 CB to start and gunner. I see this is guy who will be on the team long term in some form. B-

Julius Thomas - Tony Moeaki is a stud, but KC needs help at TE with Pope/Oconnel gone they need a guy who can contribute via STs and develop in a number 2 TE, this is a perfect guy for that, I project him to be a 4th-5th rounder. B+


Overall, A+. love this draft hits major needs in OLB, NT, WR and C..get some developmental guys who can address needs with some high character guys.

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rawdawg
04-12-2011, 08:15 PM
Chicago Bears:
29. Chicago Bears - Corey Liuget, DT, Illinois, JR
62. Chicago Bears - Jon Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh, JR
93. Chicago Bears - John Moffitt, OG, Wisconsin, SR
127. Chicago Bears - Korey Lindsey, CB, Southern Illinois, SR
160. Chicago Bears - Pat Devlin, QB, Delaware, SR
195. Chicago Bears - Joseph Barksdale, OT, Louisiana State, SR


Not a fan. Only 2 picks I like are Liuget and Devlin. Gotta go OL before the 93rd pick. Baldwin is not a fit in the offense, and I hope the Bears don't pick a WR with Gilbert, Franklin, and Cannon on the board. I do like Korey Lindsey as a player, but the Bears have enough 4th-6th round CBs. They have basically redshirted mid-round CB picks the last 2 years (DJ Moore, Joshua Moore). If they are going to go CB, they need to do it early or not at all. Might as well wait until 2012 if you are going to draft a guy that's not going to play in 2011 either way. While I like Moffitt also, he is not a good fit. He's the least athletic OL in the draft. Tice likes his OL bigger and more athletic. I like pretty much every OT in the 7th round better than Barksdale, especially Jah Reid, David Mims, and Willie Smith.

yodabear
04-12-2011, 08:41 PM
St. Louis Rams:
14. St. Louis Rams - Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn, JR
47. St. Louis Rams - Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland, SR
78. St. Louis Rams - Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut, JR
112. St. Louis Rams - Colin McCarthy, OLB, Miami (FL), SR
145. St. Louis Rams - Jerrard Tarrant, FS, Georgia Tech, JR
216. St. Louis Rams - Andrew Jackson, OG, Fresno State, SR
228. St. Louis Rams (from Baltimore) - Ryan Winterswyk, DE, Boise State, SR

First of all cudos for doing a seven rounder, I can't even get a 1 rounder in.

And great job with the Rams. Fairley is a monster of a pick at 14. I would love Julio or Green, but Fairley is amazing at 14, I'd love that.

WR is no doubt one of our biggest needs. So obviously, Smith would be great in the second.

Todman perfect pick. I love Todman and yeah we need a guy to compliment Jackson.

OLB, another player, another solid need for us. Great pick.

I also took Terrant for us as FS in another forum's mock, so another fine, fine pick at another position of need.

Andrew Jackson.....lik Terrant, I took him too in that mock, so obviously, another good pick.

And yeah as Holt-Bruce said, I would love to get a DE before our last pick, but u did a great job filling all of our other needs.

Outstanding for the Rams, I would love this draft for us. A- on the Rams good sir.

J-Mike88
04-12-2011, 10:30 PM
Green Bay Packers:

32. Green Bay Packers - Brooks Reed, OLB, Arizona, SR
64. Green Bay Packers - Ryan Williams, RB, Virginia Tech, SO
96. Green Bay Packers - Brandon Burton, CB, Utah, JR
129. Green Bay Packers - Ronald Johnson, WR, USC, SR
131. Green Bay Packers (comp) - Deunta Williams, FS, North Carolina, SR
163. Green Bay Packers - Brandon Bair, DE, Oregon, SR
197. Green Bay Packers - Jah Reid, OT, Central Florida, SR
204. Green Bay Packers (from Carolina) - Daniel Kilgore, OG, Appalachian State, SR
233. Green Bay Packers - Corbin Bryant, DE, Northwestern, SR

That would be an A/A- Draft for the Green Bay Packers.
While we don't need a RB, especially as high as our 2nd pick, if Williams can return kicks and/or punts while Starks and Grant run the rock, I'm fine with it. I don't trust VA Tech RBs historically, but they said the same about Cal QBs before in Rod we Trust came thru.

Brooks Reed + Clay Matthews would = Hell for opposing QBs. Both guys have the skills and desire to kill people in the pocket, and I like that.

Good work getting us another CB, and a pair of DEs to try and fill Jenkins shoes. I've seen the OT Jah Reed going higher than that..... this team does need another OT because Clifton at LT is old.

jCut
04-12-2011, 10:41 PM
Holy hell, that is one of the worst Denver mocks I have seen yet. There is no way Dareus will fix Denver's horrible defensive front by himself. And I'm not going to repeat myself on Rudolph.

Grizzlegom
04-13-2011, 06:02 AM
174)Really a darn kicker?Is his the BPA on the board at the time?I would have gone WR or anothe CB maybe or o line instead.


I like Henery and Forbath to go by the 5th round and its tough to fit them in because its tough to figure out which teams need a K. The Steelers are a good bet for on but from what I understand Nedney's ancient leg is finally losing some pop plus in forum mocks I often see the 9ers take one late so that's why you got one.

BallerT1215
04-13-2011, 07:38 PM
Appreciate the Work/Effort but Damn would i hate this Bills Draft....HATE IT..

IwannatalktoSampson
04-13-2011, 07:59 PM
Great Lions draft. Overall everyone seems to be pretty happy, lets just submit this to the NFL and the owners and get it done

zachsaints52
04-14-2011, 10:09 AM
Enjoyed the Saints draft for the most part. Congrats.

thebow305
04-14-2011, 12:54 PM
Appreciate the Work/Effort but Damn would i hate this Bills Draft....HATE IT..


Ditto on the Miami draft.

Love Ingram, but pretty much hate the rest. Outside of our first three picks, I'm not so sure how much you actually upgraded our team.

I also think you're in denial on how much interest we've shown in QB's and how likely it is now that we are going to take one very highly. Wouldn't even rule out us trading up to get one in the 1st or 2nd round.

I definitely think, based on how your draft fell, that something like this would be much more likely and upgrade the talent on our team greatly:

1. Ryan Mallett
3. Titus Young
4. D.J. Williams
5. Ricky Elmore
6. Dion Lewis
7. Alex Green
7. Byron Bell
7. Willie Smith

Great effort though with the 7 rounder. Lots of props!