View Full Version : Bradysknee 4-16 Mock to rock your ******* socks

04-16-2011, 01:30 PM
1-1. Carolina Panthers - Cam Newton, QB
Seems to be the concenus pick. Not a Newton fan, but Caronlina will probably take him.

1-2. Denver Broncos - Marcel Dareus, DT
Broncos need to pick Dareus here, Peterson is the only other viable option.

-- Trade: Washington sends #10/#41/2012 2nd to Buffalo for #3.

1-3. Washington Redskins - Blaine Gabbert, QB
Hate the trade. Washington has tons of needs, but its something I can see Snyder/Shannahan pulling.

1-4. Cincinatti Bengals - AJ Green, WR
I'm sure they would've liked to get Gabbert, but AJ Green is a great pick here.

1-5. Arizona Cardinals - Von Miller, LB
Cardinals would be thrilled to pick Miller here I'm sure.

1-6. Cleveland Browns - Robert Quinn, DE
Quinn can play in either defensive alignment. Julio Jones is possible here, but the value is a bit higher on Quinn.

1-7. San Francisco 49ers - Patrick Peterson, CB
Ideal scenario for the 9ers. Amazing athlete, will instantly improve their team. Might be able to 1v1 Fitz for them in time.

1-8. Tennessee Titans - Nick Fairley, DT
More and more question marks emerging about this guy. But I don't think he gets out of the top 10.

-- Trade: St Louis sends #14+STL 3rd to Dallas for #9. --

1-9. St. Louis Rams - Julio Jones, WR
This trade/pick makes too much sense. Give up the 3rd, give Bradford someone realiable to grow with. Manning had Wayne, give Bradford Jones.

1-10. Buffalo Bills - JJ Watt, DE
Buffalo's transition to the 3-4 needs some playmakers up front. Their run-defense was terrible last year, and Watt is versatile and can play 5 or 3 tech in different fronts.

1-11. Houston Texans - Aldon Smith, DE
Amukamara is so tempting here, but with the transition to the 3-4, they need front 7 help massively. They can get a corner later.

-- Trade: New England sends #17+NE(fr/MIN) 3rd to Minnesota for #12. --

1-12. New England Patriots - Prince Amukamara, CB
This guy screams Patriot to me. The smart and versatile kind of player BB likes. He might even transition to some safety if picked here.

1-13. Detroit Lions - Nate Solder, OT
Bit of a shocker here. No Tyron Smith? I think Solder probably fits the Lions better than Smith.

1-14. Dallas Cowboys - Tyron Smith, OT
Probably held their breath a bit here. But they get their man.

1-15. Miami Dolphins - Mark Ingram, RB
QB has to be considered here, but Ingram's value is too much to pass up.

1-16. Jacksonville Jaguars - Ryan Kerrigan, DE
More I watch Kerrigan, more I feel like his home is in a 4-3. He will be a great player for whoever drafts him.

1-17. Minnesota Vikings - Ryan Mallet, QB
Bit of a reach, but his arm is undeniable. Frazier is a player's kind of coach and can probably get him on the right track mentally.

1-18. San Diego Chargers - Cam Jordan, DE
Chargers probably want Jordan or Watt. Getting one and not moving up is fantastic.

1-19. New York Giants - Corey Liuget, DT
Giants need some reinforcements in both trenches. Liuget has the best value here.

1-20. Tampa Bay Buccanneers - Da'Quan Bowers, DE
Hard to believe Bowers was possible #1 a few months ago. I think he'll do fine in the NFL, and might be a major steal.

1-21. Kansas City Chiefs - Phil Taylor, DT
Taylor is a vastly under-rated prospect. Could be the Wilfork for the Lil Patriots.

1-22. Indianapolis Colts - Gabe Carimi, OT
Manning needs some backup guys. He can't keep doing it with no help.

1-23. Philadelphia Eagles - Mike Pouncey, G
Should help the running-game and keep Vick a bit healthier.

1-24. New Orleans Saints - Adrian Clayborn, DE
Mean player who will help the run-defense more than the rush, but will get it done.

1-25. Seattle Seahawks - Stephen Paea, DT
No QB here, I think Caroll is goin to go after Palmer hard after the draft.

1-26. Baltimore Ravens - Aaron Williams, CB/S
I think Williams gives them a flexible talented player to try at CB or S. Both which could use upgrades.

1-27. Atlanta Falcons - Torrey Smith, WR
Falcons could use some DL help, but value is with Smith IMO.

-- Trade: Buffalo sends #34+#41(fr/WAS) to New England for #28+#60. --

1-28. Buffalo Bills - Jake Locker, QB
Someone is going to trade into round 1 for him. We know that. Buffalo uses its trade down to grab a QB.

1-39. Chicago Bears - Anthony Castanzo, OT
Bears would probably wet their pants to get Castanzo here.

-- Trade: Tennessee sends #39+TEN 3rd to New York for #29. --

1-30. Tennessee Titans - Christian Ponder, QB
They need a quarterback. Can't risk losing Ponder with a wait.

1-31. Pittsburgh Steelers - Brandon Harris, CB
They've been getting by with OK corners. Time to upgrade and try for another SB.

1-32. Green Bay Packers - Justin Houston, LB
I personally think Houston is more of a 4-3 guy, but he could add some presence across from Matthews. Ayers is very possible here as well.

2-1. New England Patriots - Akeem Ayers, LB
-- Trade: Houston sends #41+HOU 3rd to New England for #34+NE 3rd. --
2-2. Houston Texans - Jimmy Smith, CB
2-3. Cincinatti Bengals - Andy Dalton, QB
2-4. Denver Broncos - Kyle Rudolph, TE
2-5. Cleveland Browns - Randall Cobb, WR
2-6. Arizona Cardinals - Ras-I Dowling, CB
2-7. New York Jets - Muhammed Wilkerson, DE
2-8. Dallas Cowboys - Johnny Patrick, CB
2-9. New England Patriots - Danny Watkins, G
2-10. New England Patriots - Mikel Lashoure, RB
2-11. Minnesota Vikings - Rahim Moore, S
2-12. Detroit Lions - Ben Ijalana, OT
2-13. San Francisco 49ers - Ricky Stanzi, QB
2-14. Denver Broncos - Brooks Reed, DE
2-15. St. Louis Rams - Marvin Austin, DT
2-16. Oakland Raiders - Marcus Gilbert, OL
2-17. Jacksonville Jaguars - Martez Wilson, LB
2-18. San Diego Chargers - Leonard Hankerson, WR
2-19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Derrek Sherrod, OT
2-20. New York Giants - Clint Boling, OG
2-21. Indianapolis Colts - Ryan Williams, RB
2-22. Philadelphia Eagles - Brandon Burton, CB
2-23. Kansas City Chiefs - Jabaal Sherard, LB
2-24. New Orleans Saints - Daniel Thomas, RB
2-25. Seattle Seahawks - James Carpenter, OT
2-26. Baltimore Ravens - Jon Baldwin, WR
2-27. Atlanta Falcons - Luke Stocker, TE
2-28. Buffalo Bills - Marcus Cannon, G
2-29. San Diego Chargers - Bruce Carter, LB
2-30. Chicago Bears - Christian Ballard, DT
2-31. Pittsburgh Steelers - Orlando Franklin, OT
2-32. Green Bay Packers - Kendall Hunter, RB

04-16-2011, 01:47 PM
Solid SF mock .Very sexy one indeed .

04-16-2011, 01:57 PM
Would be surprised to see Vikings go Mallett over Locker, but it certainly isn't impossible. Good Vikings mock

04-16-2011, 02:36 PM
Paea and Carpenter would be ok for Seattle.

That loud thud when the Seachickens pass on Locker is me kicking my dog off the front deck into puget sound.

04-16-2011, 02:41 PM
Um, BRUCE CARTER OVER Daniel Thomas.

04-16-2011, 03:53 PM
Um, BRUCE CARTER OVER Daniel Thomas.

Yeah I could see that.

Tom Servo
04-16-2011, 04:16 PM
Cobb over Hankerson, Baldwin or Young? God I hope not

04-16-2011, 04:45 PM
Chicago would, very seriously, wet their pants over hometown boy Costanzo. But why not make them jizz themselves into a coma with Orlando Franklin in the 2nd?

That hurts, bra.

04-16-2011, 05:25 PM
why bother continuing to make and post a mock when it's clear that you're not interested in criticism of it?

Being interested in criticism does not mean you agree with it 100% of the time.

04-16-2011, 05:40 PM
The Saints 2nd roud pick is horrible.

04-16-2011, 05:43 PM
Aaron Williams over Jimmy Smith, Justin Houston or Muhammad Wilkerson isn't good. If you want to give us a CB we need a guy that actually projects to be a corner in the league, not someone who will likely end up as a safety.

Baldwin isn't bad in the second, but I'm not sure the coaching staff or front office will be interested in him.

04-16-2011, 06:54 PM
certainly. but i'd have thought it merited more than a single "value/gresham" thought, especially given the rest of the evidence against.

for the sake of repetition, if it's a value proposition, why didn't the titans, texans, packers, bengals, etc. take him? he has just as much value at their picks and they have just as much need at te. actually, half of those teams *use* tight ends in their offense. and most of those teams have less need at positions that have their highest value in that area of the draft. basically, you're saying that denver will pass on the best 4-3 DL value for a player of limited utility who's sat out most of the last two seasons with injuries.

I get what your saying, but what if Denver /wants/ to use TEs. I mean, New England wasn't using TEs much before this year, but they drafted two and morphed their offense a bit.

I wouldn't be surprised at all if any of the teams you mention picked Rudolph. Except maybe Cinci. Who would you take their over Rudolph, and what would you do with the next 2nd?

I'm not a Broncos guru. But I heard the same argument last year, changed my mocks and then it happened lol. The guy is a steal in the 2nd and adds a dimension to any offense without a premier TE.

Pat Sims 90
04-16-2011, 09:05 PM
Bengals mock is fine.

04-16-2011, 10:43 PM
Who would you take their over Rudolph, and what would you do with the next 2nd?

If I were drafting with what's left on your board, I'd be choosing between Austin or Ballard, Sherrod, Bailey and Wilson with those two picks. At least one of them would be a DT, and the other I'm really not sure. If I thought we could get Quan Sturdivant in the 3rd then I'd leave Wilson and be choosing between Bailey and Sherrod. Bailey gives us depth on our line that we sorely need, but Sherrod gives us a starting RT, which we currently don't have.

I'm not a Broncos guru. But I heard the same argument last year, changed my mocks and then it happened lol. The guy is a steal in the 2nd and adds a dimension to any offense without a premier TE.

Thats true, lots of strange picks do happen on draft day, and if we do end up drafting him then I'll come back and say I'm sorry. But I would be supremely upset with my team for making that pick. Here's something I posted somewhere else about just how dire a position our D is in.

Go to nfl.com and check out the stats. We were last in yards allowed and points allowed (29.4/game) for the year.We allowed 4.7 yards per rush, second to last only behind Buffalo, and 7.8 yards per pass 3rd to last behind Houston and Jacksonville. We recorded the least amount of sacks (23), and the least number of turnovers (10 ints and 8 fumbles). I don't know how else you want to judge a defense, but our stats say we were beyond terrible. Our offense, by comparison, scored 21.5 points a game which isn't all roses, but they weren't exactly losing the game for us. Statistically, the only team that could have overcome our bad defense last year was the Pats, who scored over 30 points a game.

And to support my statement - yes worst in 20 years was a bit of an exaggeration, but not much - I went back and checked the last 20 years: Only 3 teams allowed more points than we did last year: the 0-16 Lions, the 2-14 Lions and a 6-10 Colts team. That is bad company of epic proportions.

Now, following the season we switched to a 4-3 from the 3-4 and jettisoned our old line and allowed our free agents to walk. We currently have Dumervil manning one side, and Ayers on the other. Doom is fine, but no one knows what Ayers will do. On the inside we have Vickerson, and that's basically it. So we have 3 guys to man a 4 man front, and no real viable backups.

With holes like this to fill on our roster, it just seems unfathomable to me that anyone who has any kind of vested interest in getting better as a team would be thinking about investing a pick like this in improving our offense. Picking one potentially elite DT is a good start to fixing our defense, but without more help than that we don't even have enough guys to field a team!

04-17-2011, 06:36 AM
Um, BRUCE CARTER OVER Daniel Thomas.

I was going to say mason foster but either way I agree with the point

04-17-2011, 10:17 AM
See my sig. :)

04-17-2011, 11:39 AM
No way Castanzo falls to us. A realistic draft would be Harris and Franklin

04-17-2011, 12:57 PM
1-21. Kansas City Chiefs - Phil Taylor, DT
Taylor is a vastly under-rated prospect. Could be the Wilfork for the Lil Patriots.
2-23. Kansas City Chiefs - Jabaal Sherard, LB

Phil Taylor...perfect.
Jabaal Sherard...Interesting choice. In some ways he seems more like a traditional DE than a 3-4 OLB. And then there are his legal problems. I believe he was pepper sprayed and arrested after throwing another man through the glass door of an art gallery. I think he eventually pled guilty to disorderly conduct. Well, he WAS a team captain. I guess someone has to take charge when a fight breaks out.

04-17-2011, 05:04 PM
Really not a fan of Stanzi for SF. Would prefer Kaepernick or Brooks Reed there in round two (probably Kaepernick, unless for some reason Harbaugh and co. are very confident they can find a veteran QB once the lockout ends).

04-17-2011, 06:44 PM

1) Williams is a decent pick but if we go cb I would rather have jimmy smith....with that said Cameron Heyward would be better than either.

2) Baldwin would be amazing, doubt he falls that far thou.

04-17-2011, 06:53 PM
The Saints 2nd roud pick is horrible.
As is the Packers. Running back, no thanks. Here's why:

James Starks is the future. He led the NFL in rushing in the post-season. He's fresh too after missing almost 2 years prior to that.

Ryan Grant returns, and he's perfect for our offense as his back-to-back 1200-yard seasons before that showed.

Plus Brandon Jackson is a great blocking 3rd down specialist that the coaches love. They might not be able to keep him because he's a FA, but I don't think anyone will make him an offer worthy of him leaving. He's not as good as his agent thinks he is.

Maybe the Packers would draft another RB to assume his role (and Hunter can do it), but using a 2nd round pick on one would be foolish.

K Train
04-18-2011, 03:31 PM
id take dowling over harris for the steelers...better fit.

franklin is alright in the 2nd

04-18-2011, 03:36 PM
lol thats a terrible Lions mock. O-line isnt even that big of a need and you have them picking 2 linemen?

Give us Cam Jordan in the 1st and Bruce Carter in the 2nd

04-18-2011, 08:02 PM
i like the trade down. I hate the mallet pick. I'd prefer Locker.

04-19-2011, 10:27 AM
Solid Miami pick