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jrdrylie
04-21-2011, 03:30 PM
Here's my week away four round mock with some trades. If you just want to see what your team picked, it's broken down by team below. As always, criticism and praise are much appreciated.

1. Carolina Panthers- QB Cam Newton Auburn: This is not the pick I would make. I would go with Peterson or Dareus. And if I went QB, I would prefer Gabbert to Newton. But all indications are that Newton is the guy for the Panthers. Good luck with that.
2. Denver Broncos- DT Marcel Dareus Alabama: Is there any doubt about this pick? The only other option is Peterson. But when your defensive line only has one good player on it and you have Champ Bailey, Dareus is the much smarter pick.
3. Buffalo Bills- LB Von Miller Texas A&M: I think Gailey tries to find his QB in the next round. Finding a pass rusher is a much bigger priority. Last year, Kyle Williams, a defensive tackle, led the team with 5.5 sacks.
4. Cincinnati Bengals- QB Blaine Gabbert Missouri: Carson Palmer isn't bluffing. I truly believe he will never play a game for the Bengals again. I know Mike Brown is trying to hold his ground, but is he dumb enough to think he can win with Jordan Palmer or Dan LeFevour?
5. Arizona Cardinals- CB Patrick Peterson LSU: Peterson is the best player in this draft and getting him at five would be a steal. If somehow a new CBA is signed this week, I wouldn't be surprised to see this pick traded for Kevin Kolb. If that is the case, the pick would still be the same.
6. Cleveland Browns- WR AJ Green Georgia: Colt McCoy showed that he has the potential to be the franchise QB. Now it's time to get him some weapons. Green is the top offensive player in this draft and would instantly become the top receiving threat on the Browns.
7. San Francisco 49ers- DE/OLB Robert Quinn UNC: I would think San Francisco would try and move this pick. But trading a top-ten pick is extremely difficult. Odds are, they stay put and get a guy who can rush the passer.
8. Detroit Lions from Tennessee- CB Prince Amukamara Nebraska: Detroit trades 13 and 75. The Lions need serious help in their back seven. But sitting at 13, they likely can't get it without reaching, especially with Dallas and Houston sitting in front of them. The Lions showed last year they are willing to make a move for a guy they like (Javid Best). If they are aggressive again this year, they could finally make the playoffs.
9. Dallas Cowboys- OT Tyron Smith USC: With Amukamara off the board, this pick is much easier. It looks more and more like Jerry Jones will pick a first round lineman for the first time and Smith is the best of the bunch.
10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers from Washington- DE Cameron Jordan Cal: Tampa trades 20, 84, and 151. The Buccaneers were so close to making the playoffs last season. They are pretty well set on offense, assuming their young players continue to develop, but their pass rush needs some serious upgrade if they are going to leapfrog Atlanta or New Orleans.
11. Houston Texans- DE JJ Watt Wisconsin: The Texans are in a bad spot. They draft too low to grab one of the top corners and too high to grab a pass rusher. Assuming they stay put, JJ Watt would have to be the pick as they definitely need some guys who fit the new 3-4 defense.
12. New England Patriots from Minnesota- WR Julio Jones Alabama: Patriots trade 17 and 92. With six picks in the first three rounds and nine overall, I can't see New England not trading up at some point. This would be a cheap way to leapfrog St. Louis and grab a replacement for Randy Moss.
13. Tennessee Titans- DT Nick Fairley Auburn: This is likely the guy the Titans would target at 8. So to get him five picks later, plus pick up a 3rd rounder would be a very smart move.
14. St. Louis Rams- Corey Liuget DT Illinois: With Julio Jones off the board, this pick will likely go defense. The pick would probably come down to the raw Aldon Smith or the more pro-ready Liuget. As the interior of the line is slightly more of a need, I think Liuget is the pick.
15. Miami Dolphins- OG Mike Pouncey Florida: I don't buy Miami drafting a QB. With their efforts to get Jim Harbaugh this off season, it's obvious that Sparano is on thin ice. He pretty much has to win now. Brining in a rookie QB is not the way to do that. Mark Ingram is a possibility, but his knee issues might push him down.
16. Jacksonville Jaguars- DE Ryan Kerrigan Purdue: This pick has been the same in every mock I've done since January and I can't see it changing. Ryan Kerrigan is the perfect fit in terms of value, need, character, and motor. It's one of those picks that just has to happen.
17. Minnesota Vikings from Oakland via New England- DE DaQuan Bowers Clemson: Bowers could have been targeted at number 12. But his poor workout and potential knee problems should allow the Vikings to move back, add some picks, and still get Bowers. That's good news for Minnesota but bad news for the Bears :(
18. San Diego Chargers- OLB Aldon Smith Missouri: The Chargers desperately need somebody opposite Shaun Phillips after the busted experiment with Larry Englsh.
19. New York Giants- OT Anthony Castonzo Boston College: The Giants' offensive line needs an upgrade. They didn't give up many sacks last season, but that was more a product of Eli Manning getting rid of the ball more quickly than their actual talent.
20. Washington Redskins from Tampa Bay- QB Jake Locker Washington: It's no secret that Mike Shanahan is high on Locker. He's a great fit for the offense and much better than Sexy Rexy. If this pick happens, Locker would be my early pick for Rookie of the Year.
21. Kansas City Chiefs- OT Gabe Carimi Wisconsin: I know Kansas City fans swear the team won't pick an offensive tackle in round one. But the majority of people who actually cover sports for a living and have actual contacts say Carimi is a very likely suggestion.
22. Indianapolis Colts- OT Nate Solder Colorado: This pick has to be an offensive tackle. Solder is a great fit for the Colts and I think Indianapolis is the spot where he is most likely to reach is vast potential. It's a match made in NFL Draft Heaven.
23. Philadelphia Eagles- CB Jimmy Smith Colorado: Outside of Asante Samuel, there isn't anything to get excited about in the Philadelphia secondary. Smith could be long gone by this pick and Andy Reid trading up to get him is a distinct possibility.
24. New Orleans Saints- DE Cameron Heyward Ohio State: Adding another defensive end would give the Saints one of the better defensive lines in the league. I tend to think Heyward would be much better in a 3-4, but Saints fans seem to like him, so her you go.
25. Seattle Seahawks- QB Ryan Mallett Arkansas: Matt Hasselback is ancient and Clip Board Jesus is abysmal. I used to think Mallett was a lock to bust out. But after watching him this off season, I think he could be great in the right situation.
26. Baltimore Ravens- DE Adrian Clayborn Iowa: I think the Ravens just go best player available here. Clayborn offers good value here and would likely stat from day one.
27. Atlanta Falcons- DE Justin Houston Georgia: The Falcons could really go with six different positions here. With all the possibilities, I think they'll just grab the best player available, who would likely be Houston.
28. New England Patriots- RB Mark Ingram Alabama: This is definitely a luxury pick. But with so many picks, the Patriots can afford it. And it's not like Ingram isn't slightly needed as neither Green-Ellis nor Woodhead are really stars.
29. Tennessee Titans from Chicago- QB Christian Ponder FSU: Tennessee trades 39, 109 and 142. Tennessee really needs a QB. At eight, they will miss out on the top-two. Ponder, Kaepernick, and even Dalton could all be gone. They aren't really giving up too much, especially after getting an extra third from Detroit earlier in the round.
30. New York Jets- DE Muhammad Wilkerson Temple: The Jets don't really have anything to speak off at defensive end. Wilkerson would be a great fit while providing excellent value.
31. Pittsburgh Steelers- CB/S Aaron Williams Texas: Nobody is really sure where Williams will play in the NFL. Whether it is at corner or free safety, Williams would definitely provide an upgrade.
32. Green Bay Packers- OLB Akeem Ayers UCLA: The Packers won the Super Bowl, so they are obviously talented. But they could use an upgrade opposite Clay Matthews.

33. New England Patriots from Carolina- OLB Brooks Reed Arizona
34. Buffalo Bills- QB Colin Kaepernick Nevada
35. Cincinnati Bengals- WR Jon Baldwin Pittsburgh
36. Denver Broncos- DT Christian Ballard Iowa
37. Cleveland Browns- DT Stephen Paea Oregon State
38. Jacksonville Jaguars- S Rahim Moore *Trades 49 and 147 to Arizona*
39. Chicago Bears from Tennessee- DT Marvin Austin UNC
40. Dallas Cowboys- CB Ras-I Dowling Virginia
41. Washington Redskins- WR Torrey Smith Maryland
42. Houston Texans- OLB Jabaal Sheard
43. Chicago Bears from Minnesota- OT Derek Sherrod Mississippi State *Trades 62 and 109 to Minnesota*
44. Detroit Lions- OLB Bruce Carter UNC
45. San Francisco 49ers- CB Brandon Harris Miami
46. Denver Broncos from Miami- TE Kyle Rudolph Notre Dame
47. St. Louis Rams- DE Allen Bailey Miami
48. Oakland Raiders- C/G Stefen Wisniewski Penn State
49. Arizona Cardinals- OLB Dontay Moch Nevada
50. San Diego Chargers- WR Titus Young Boise State
51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- LB Martez Wilson Illinois
52. New York Giants- RB Mikel LeShoure Illinois
53. New England Patriots from Indianapolis- OT/OG Ben Ijalana Villanova *Trades 60 and 125 to Indianapolis*
54. Philadelphia Eagles- OG Marcus Cannon TCU
55. Kansas City Chiefs- DT Phil Taylor Baylor
56. New Orleans Saints- OLB Mason Foster Washington
57. Seattle Seahawks- OG Danny Watkins Baylor
58. Baltimore Ravens- WR Leonard Hankerson
59. Atlanta Falcons- WR Greg Salas Hawaii
60. Indianapolis Colts from New England- DT Drake Nevis LSU
61. San Diego Chargers from New York Jets- OT Orlando Franklin Miami
62. Minnesota Vikings from Chicago- QB Andy Dalton TCU
63. Pittsburgh Steelers- OT/OG Clint Boling Georgia
64. Green Bay Packers- CB Curtis Brown Texas

65. Carolina Panthers- DT Jarvis Jenkins Clemson
66. Cincinnati Bengals- RB Ryan Williams Virginia Tech
67. Denver Broncos- CB Johnny Patrick Louisville
68. Buffalo Bills- WR Jurrell Jernigan Troy
69. Arizona Cardinals- OG/OT James Carpenter Alabama
70. Cleveland Browns- OG Will Rackley Lehigh
71. Dallas Cowboys- S Quinton Carter Oklahoma
72. New Orleans Saints from Washington- DT Jurrell Casey USC
73. Houston Texans- WR Randall Cobb Kentucky
74. New England Patriots from Minnesota- DE Terrell McClain South Florida
75. Tennessee Titans from Detroit- TE Lance Kendricks Wisconsin
76. San Francisco 49ers- QB Ricky Stanzi Iowa
77. Tennessee Titans- OG Rodney Hudson FSU
78. St. Louis Rams- WR Greg Little UNC
79. Miami Dolphins- RB Shane Vereen California
80. Jacksonville Jaguars- LB Mark Herzlich Boston College
81. Oakland Raiders- CB Chimdi Chekwa Ohio State
82. San Diego Chargers- DE Lawrence Guy Arizona State
83. New York Giants- OLB Chris Carter Fresno St.
84. Washington Redskins from Tampa Bay- OLB Sam Acho Texas
85. Philadelphia Eagles- OLB Colin McCarthy Miami
86. Kansas City Chiefs- ILB Greg Jones
87. Indianapolis Colts- QB TJ Yates UNC
88. New Orleans Saints- OLB KJ Wright Mississippi State
89. San Diego Chargers from Seattle- TE Luke Stocker Tennessee
90. Baltimore Ravens- OT Marcus Gilbert Florida
91. Atlanta Falcons- S Jaiquawn Jarrett Temple
92. Minnesota Vikings from New England- WR Tandon Doss Indiana
93. Chicago Bears- CB Brandon Burton Utah
94. New York Jets- WR Edmond Gates Abilene Christian
95. Pittsburgh Steelers- WR Dwayne Harris East Carolina
96. Green Bay Packers- RB Taiwan Jones Eastern Washington
97. Carolina Panthers (comp)- WR Austin Pettis Boise State

98. Carolina Panthers-OT James Brewer Indiana
99. Seattle Seahawks from Denver- DE Greg Romeus Pittsburgh
100. Buffalo Bills- DT Kenrick Ellis Hampton
101. Cincinnati Benagls- DT Sione Fua Stanford
102. Cleveland Browns- CB Curtis Marsh Utah St.
103. Arizona Cardinals- OLB Cliff Matthews South Carolina
104. Philadelphia Eagles from Washington- S DeAndre McDaniel Clemson
105. Tennessee Titans- OT DeMarcus Love Arkansas
106. Minnesota Vikings- S Robert Sands West Virginia
107. Detroit Lions- ILB Kelvin Shepherd LSU
108. San Francisco 49ers- WR Niles Paul Nebraska
109. Minnesota Vikings from Chicago- LB Quan Sturdivant UNC
110. Dallas Cowboys- OG John Moffitt Wisconsin
111. Miami Dolphins- TE Cameron Jordan USC
112. St. Louis Rams- RB Kendall Hunter Oklahoma State
113. Oakland Raiders- OT Jason Pinkston Pittsburgh
114. Jacksonville Jaguars- QB Nate Enderle Idaho
115. San Francisco 49ers from San Diego- S Jeron Johnson Boise State
116. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- OT Chris Hairston Clemson
117. New York Giants- C Kris O'Dowd USC
118. Kansas City Chiefs- OLB Steven Friday Virginia Tech
119. Indianapolis Colts- RB DeMarco Murray Oklahoma
120. Philadelphia Eagles- CB Davon House new Mexico State
121. Jacksonville Jaguars from New Orleans- WR Ronald Johnson USC
122. Buffalo Bills from Seattle-OT Joseph Barksdale LSU
123. Baltimore Ravens- CB Shareece Wright USC
124. Atlanta Falcons- TE D.J. Williams Arkansas
125. New England Patriots- CB Jalil Brown Colorado
126. New York Jets- OLB Bruce Miller UCF
127. Chicago Bears- OT Jah Reid UCF
128. Pittsburgh Steelers- DT Jerrell Powe Ole MIss
129. Green Bay Packers- WR Cecil Shorts Mount Union
130. Tennessee Titans (comp)- RB Daniel Thomas Kansas State
131. Green Bay Packers (comp)- OG Zach Hurd Connecticut

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Arizona Cardinals
5. CB Patrick Peterson LSU
49. OLB Dontay Moch Nevada
69. OT/OG James Carpenter
103.OLB Cliff Matthews South Carolina

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Atlanta Falcons
27. DE Justin Houston Georgia
59. WR Greg Salas Hawaii
91. S Jaiquawn Jarrett Temple
124. TE D.J. Williams Arkansas

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Baltimore Ravens
26. DE Adrian Clayborn Iowa
58. WR Leonard Hankerson Miami
90. OT Marcus Gilbert Florida
123. CB Shareece Wright USC

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Buffalo Bills
3. OLB Von Miller Texas A&M
34. QB Collin Kaepernick Nevada
68. WR Jurrell Jernigan Troy
100. DT Kenrick Ellis Hampton
122. OT Joseph Barksdale LSU

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Carolina Panthers
1. QB Cam Newton Auburn
65. DT Jarvis Jenkins Clemson
97. WR Austin Pettis Boise State
98. OT James Brewer Indiana

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Chicago Bears
39. DT Marvin Austin UNC
43. OT Derek Sherrod Mississippi State
93. CB Brandon Burton Utah
127. OT Jah Reid UCF

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Cincinnati Bengals
4. QB Blaine Gabbert Missouri
35. WR Jon Baldwin Pittsburgh
66. RB Ryan Williams Virginia Tech
101. DT Sione Fua Stanford

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Cleveland Browns
6. WR AJ Green Georgia
37. DT Stephen Paea Oregon State
70. OG Will Rackley Lehigh
102 CB Curtis Marsh Utah State

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Dallas Cowboys
9. OT Tyron Smith USC
40. CB Ras-I Dowling Virginia
71. S Quinton Carter Oklahoma
110. OG John Moffitt Wisconsin

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Denver Broncos
2. DT Marcel Dareus Alabama
36. DT Christian Ballard Iowa
46. TE Kyle Rudolph Notre Dame
67. CB Johnny Patrick Louisville

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Detroit Lions
8. CB Prince Amukamara Nebraska
44. OLB Bruce Carter UNC
107. ILB Kelvin Shepherd LSU

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Green Bay Packers
32. OLB Akeem Ayers UCLA
64. CB Curtis Brown Texas
96. RB Taiwan Jones Eastern Washington
129. WR Cecil Shorts Mount Union
131. OG Zach Hurd Connecticut

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Houston Texans
11. DE JJ Watt Wisconsin
42 OLB Jabaal Sheard Pittsburgh
73. WR Randall Cobb Kentucky

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Indianapolis Colts
22. OT Nate Solder Colorado
60. DT Drake Nevis LSU
87. QB TJ Yates UNC
119. RB DeMarco Murray Oklahoma

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Jacksonville Jaguars
16. DE Ryan Kerrigan Purdue
38. S Rahim Moore UCLA
80. OLB Mark Herzlich Boston College
114. QB Nate Enderle Idaho
121. WR Ronald Johnson USC

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Kansas City Chiefs
21. OT Gabe Carimi Wisconsin
55. DT Phil Taylor Baylor
86. ILB Greg Jones Michigan State
118. OLB Steven Friday Virginia Tech

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Miami Dolphins
15. OG Mike Pouncey Florida
79. RB Shane Vereen California
111. TE Cameron Jordan USC

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Minnesota Vikings
17. DE DaQuan Bowers Clemson
62. QB Andy Dalton TCU
92. WR Tandon Doss Indiana
106. S Robert Sands West Virginia
109. ILB Quan Sturdivant UNC

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New England Patriots
12. WR Julio Jones Alabama
28. RB Mark Ingram Alabama
33. OLB Brooks Reed Arizona
53. OT Ben Ijalana Villanova
74. DE Terrell McClain South Florida
125. CB Jalil Brown Colorado

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New Orleans Saints
24. DE Cameron Heyward Ohio State
56. OLB Mason Foster Washington
72. DT Jurrell Casey USC
88. OLB KJ Wright Mississippi State

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New York Giants
19. OT Anthony Castonzo Boston College
52. RB Mikel LeShoure Illinois
83. OLB Chris Carter Fresno State
117. C Kris O'Dowd USC

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New York Jets
30. DE Muhammad Wilkerson Temple
94. WR Edmond Gates Abilene Christian
126. OLB Bruce Miller UCF

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Oakland Raiders
48. C/G Stefen Wisniewski Penn State
81. CB Chimdi Chekwa Ohio State
113. OT Jason Pinkston Pittsburgh

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Philadelphia Eagles
23. CB Jimmy Smith Colorado
54. OG Marcus Cannon TCU
85. OLB Colin McCarthy Miami
104. S DeAndre McDaniel Clemson
120. CB Davon House New Mexico State

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Pittsburgh Steelers
31. CB/S Aaron Williams Texas
63. OT/OG Clint Boling Georgia
95. WR Dwayne Harris ECU
128. DT Jerrell Powe Ole Miss

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San Diego Chargers
18. OLB Aldon Smith Missouri
50. WR Titus Young Boise State
61. OT Orlando Franklin Miami
82. DE Lawrence Guy Arizona State
89. TE Luke Stocker Tennessee

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San Francisco 49ers.
7. OLB Robert Quinn UNC
45. CB Brandon Harris Miami
76. QB Ricky Stanzi Iowa
108. WR Niles Paul Nebraska
115. S Jeron Johnson Boise State

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Seattle Seahawks
25. QB Ryan Mallett Arkansas
57. OG Danny Watkins Baylor
99. DE Greg Romeus Pittsburgh

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St. Louis
14. DT Corey Liuget Illinois
47. DE Allen Bailey Miami
78. WR Greg Little UNC
112. RB Kendall Hunter Oklahoma State

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers
10. DE Cameron Jordan California
51. ILB Martez Wilson Illinois
116. OT Chris Hairston Clemson

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Tennessee Titans
13. DT Nick Fairley Auburn
29. QB Christian Ponder FSU
75. TE Lance Kendricks Wisconsin
77. C/G Rodney Hudson FSU
105. OT DeMarcus Love Arkansas
130. RB Daniel Thomas Kansas State

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Washington Redskins
20. QB Jake Locker Washington
41. WR Torrey Smith Maryland
84. OLB Sam Acho Texas

T-RICH49
04-21-2011, 03:40 PM
Tandon Doss or Edmond Gates for KC.and if you can guarantee me Phil Taylor is there at 55 then Carimi is fine but since you can't Taylor >>>>> OT's

jrdrylie
04-21-2011, 03:43 PM
I wanted to give Kansas City a receiver, thought about it instead of Greg Jones. I think Phil Taylor will fall because of an injury concern.

Pat Sims 90
04-21-2011, 03:52 PM
Don't see Mike Brown taking a QB in the 1st because he still believes that Carson is bluffing. AJ Green is a more likely pick in the 1st.

jrdrylie
04-21-2011, 03:57 PM
Don't see Mike Brown taking a QB in the 1st because he still believes that Carson is bluffing. AJ Green is a more likely pick in the 1st.

Well, Mike Brown is one of the biggest morons in sports, so it is very possible that he still thinks Carson is bluffing. If he truly does take Green, that will change a bunch because Jones won't fall past Cleveland and Gabbert may end up in Tennessee. The Bengals pretty much control which direction the first round will go.

J-Mike88
04-21-2011, 05:00 PM
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Green Bay Packers
32. OLB Akeem Ayers UCLA
64. CB Curtis Brown Texas
96. RB Taiwan Jones Eastern Washington
129. WR Cecil Shorts Mount Union
131. OG Zach Hurd Connecticut

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Washington Redskins
20. QB Jake Locker Washington
41. WR Torrey Smith Maryland
84. OLB Sam Acho Texas
That's a short but sweet draft for the Redskins. 3 solid impact players.
For the Packers, I love the skill additions of Jones & Shorts. Not sure about Hurd, like Beown at CB, but not so much Ayers.... this team needs another OT though.

GoRavens
04-21-2011, 05:24 PM
Adrian Clayborn in the 1st is horrible.
He does not fit on the Ravens nor is he 1st round talent.

jrdrylie
04-21-2011, 05:33 PM
Adrian Clayborn in the 1st is horrible.
He does not fit on the Ravens nor is he 1st round talent.

Not so sure about that. Tampa will give him a long look at 20 and other teams are high on him as well so I'm pretty sure he is a first round talent in the eyes of NFL guys. Baltimore has a history of scooping up guys who fall a bit. Clayborn has decent size, good athleticism, and a great motor and should be a solid 3-4 end.

wicket
04-21-2011, 05:46 PM
great saints picks, very good job

49erNation85
04-21-2011, 05:59 PM
7. OLB Robert Quinn UNC
45. CB Brandon Harris Miami
76. QB Ricky Stanzi Iowa
108. WR Niles Paul Nebraska
115. S Jeron Johnson Boise State

That would be a very solid 49ers draft.I just wonder if Stanzi has enough mobility to last.He has everything else.Hit every need as well.Love the Quinn pick too.Nice job A- draft.

Menardo75
04-21-2011, 06:43 PM
Really like the niner mock a lot Love Jeron Johnson, but I think they could get him in the 5th or 6th.

CheeseKnuckles
04-21-2011, 08:25 PM
I like the Packer mock, but I am with Menardo. I thought Jeron Johnson was more of a 5th rder.

GatorsBullsFan
04-22-2011, 09:44 AM
Not so sure about that. Tampa will give him a long look at 20 and other teams are high on him as well so I'm pretty sure he is a first round talent in the eyes of NFL guys. Baltimore has a history of scooping up guys who fall a bit. Clayborn has decent size, good athleticism, and a great motor and should be a solid 3-4 end.

I agree he is definitely first round. I could see Jags grabbing him at 16 if this draft goes the way this one is. I just get this funny feeling that so many people are sticking us with Kerrigan and I don't think we'll go with him.

now onto my Jags:
Jacksonville Jaguars
16. DE Ryan Kerrigan Purdue
38. S Rahim Moore UCLA
80. OLB Mark Herzlich Boston College
114. QB Nate Enderle Idaho
121. WR Ronald Johnson USC

Did we trade up in this draft in the second round to get Moore?

With Herzlich its so tough to say we would pick him when there is all that talent sitting there in the 3rd round at LB still on the board Acho, McCarthy, Jones, Carter, Wright....Im not 100 percent we would take Herzlich

FootballGod
04-22-2011, 09:53 AM
I don't see Gabbert being that much better than Dalton or Ponder in the west coast offense. A WCO doesn't require a stud QB. Dalton or Ponder throwing to A.J. Green looks a whole lot better than Gabbert throwing to Jerome Simpson.

JaxJag_1
04-22-2011, 10:03 AM
Near terrible Jaguar mock... People, PLEASE stop mocking Kerrigan to us -- It will NOT happen.

FlyingElvis
04-22-2011, 11:21 AM
New England Patriots
12. WR Julio Jones Alabama
28. RB Mark Ingram Alabama
33. OLB Brooks Reed Arizona
53. OT Ben Ijalana Villanova
74. DE Terrell McClain South Florida
125. CB Jalil Brown Colorado


Love it.

I'd much prefer Wilkerson over Ingram, though. I also have consistently said Ingram is a pick I won't like on draft day but will probably love it once he's playing. It's been so long since the Pats had a young stud at RB.

SimonRath
04-22-2011, 11:46 AM
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Atlanta Falcons
27. DE Justin Houston Georgia
59. WR Greg Salas Hawaii
91. S Jaiquawn Jarrett Temple
124. TE D.J. Williams Arkansas

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I absolutly ******* love our first 2 picks! Salas isn't the explosive type of WR that Dimitroff has been talking about all off season but I would LOVE for him to be a falcon next season.

A Safety isnt a need at all. We have 2 very good ones who will be starting for us for the next 5-7 years hopefully.

leroyisgod
04-22-2011, 12:47 PM
Other than Tyron Smith, I'm onboard with the Cowboys draft

DiG
04-22-2011, 01:28 PM
not bad for the skins. i think tampa would have to give more than a 3rd though.

zachsaints52
04-22-2011, 07:40 PM
I love the Saints draft. Love it.

jrdrylie
04-22-2011, 07:47 PM
I love the Saints draft. Love it.

I thought Saints fans would like it. You guys gave me a lot of feedback after my last mock so I definitely took it into account and it just so happened all the guys Saints fans liked were available when New Orleans was on the clock.

StrikeAnywhere
04-23-2011, 12:42 AM
Bailey, Wilson or Foster would be far better picks than Rudolph. In the 3rd, Quan Sturdivant is an ideal fit.

Nalej
04-23-2011, 12:47 AM
New England Patriots
12. WR Julio Jones Alabama
28. RB Mark Ingram Alabama
33. OLB Brooks Reed Arizona
53. OT Ben Ijalana Villanova
74. DE Terrell McClain South Florida
125. CB Jalil Brown Colorado


Love it.

I'd much prefer Wilkerson over Ingram, though. I also have consistently said Ingram is a pick I won't like on draft day but will probably love it once he's playing. It's been so long since the Pats had a young stud at RB.

Well said. I like Wilkerson over Ingram.
Personally, I'd prefer Shears over Reed.
Overall, still a great mock.
J. Jones is a gem to pick up.

stl9erfan
04-23-2011, 12:57 AM
I'm pretty sure Harbaugh & co. would rather snag Dalton in the 2nd than wait for Stanzi in the 3rd. SF could address corner later with Davon House or Brandon Burton. (Although I have to say I also think they probably have Amukamara more highly rated than Quinn... but that's more of a toss up so I'm ok with the first round pick).

jrdrylie
04-23-2011, 10:32 AM
I'm pretty sure Harbaugh & co. would rather snag Dalton in the 2nd than wait for Stanzi in the 3rd. SF could address corner later with Davon House or Brandon Burton. (Although I have to say I also think they probably have Amukamara more highly rated than Quinn... but that's more of a toss up so I'm ok with the first round pick).

While that may be true, I don't think they can pass up Brandon Harris. He is a 25-30 prospect so if he falls to them, that great value. And personally, I think Stanzi is a much better prospect than Dalton.

Razor
04-23-2011, 10:37 AM
New England Patriots
12. WR Julio Jones Alabama
28. RB Mark Ingram Alabama
33. OLB Brooks Reed Arizona
53. OT Ben Ijalana Villanova
74. DE Terrell McClain South Florida
125. CB Jalil Brown Colorado


Love it.

I'd much prefer Wilkerson over Ingram, though. I also have consistently said Ingram is a pick I won't like on draft day but will probably love it once he's playing. It's been so long since the Pats had a young stud at RB.

This times infinity. Nice work overall too.

Smash28Dash34
04-23-2011, 10:45 AM
I'd rather see the Panthers draft another WR besides Pettis.

jrdrylie
04-23-2011, 10:47 AM
This times infinity. Nice work overall too.

Thanks. I wasn't sure how Patriots fans would feel about the trade up for Jones. But with all those picks, I thought this would be the year New England gets aggressive.

the_dark_knight
04-25-2011, 08:02 AM
I like Salas, but not in round 2, and I don't like the 3rd round pick for Atlanta at all. We have our starters at safety with ST covered as well. I don't see Atlanta going Safety this early.

Poz51
04-25-2011, 09:13 AM
As always, criticism and praise are much appreciated.

3. Buffalo Bills- LB Von Miller Texas A&M

34. Buffalo Bills- QB Colin Kaepernick Nevada
43. OT Derek Sherrod Mississippi State
[B]46. Denver Broncos from Miami- TE Kyle Rudolph Notre Dame
62. Minnesota Vikings from Chicago- QB Andy Dalton TCU

68. Buffalo Bills- WR Jurrell Jernigan Troy
69. Arizona Cardinals- OG/OT James Carpenter Alabama
82. San Diego Chargers- DE Lawrence Guy Arizona State
90. Baltimore Ravens- OT Marcus Gilbert Florida
93. Chicago Bears- CB Brandon Burton Utah

100. Buffalo Bills- DT Kenrick Ellis Hampton
102. Cleveland Browns- CB Curtis Marsh Utah St.
107. Detroit Lions- ILB Kelvin Shepherd LSU
122. Buffalo Bills from Seattle-OT Joseph Barksdale LSU
124. Atlanta Falcons- TE D.J. Williams Arkansas
125. New England Patriots- CB Jalil Brown Colorado
127. Chicago Bears- OT Jah Reid UCF

Buffalo Bills
3. OLB Von Miller Texas A&M
34. QB Collin Kaepernick Nevada
68. WR Jurrell Jernigan Troy
100. DT Kenrick Ellis Hampton
122. OT Joseph Barksdale LSU



Miller in the first is realistic, although I am not sure he helps the run D, a likely pick, and by all accounts very likely to happen.
Kaepernick in the second is likely with his mobility and strong arm, sitting behind Fitzpatrick for a year or two, like Cam Newton is probably best for them as players. I do however like Sherrod and Rudolph better as values, and as immediate starters for the team. Dalton certainly would be in the mix for various reasons.
Jerrigan makes little sense to me, they have Parrish, Jones and Nelson playing out of the slot, Parrish was finally utilized correctly last year before the injury and producing, Jones and Nelson both produced in their rookie years, and this team has plenty of return guys already on the roster. Carpenter and Gilbert could both compete for the starting RT spot, Guy helps our atrocious run D, and Burton helps an aging CB core and is a great value in that spot IMO. Also Kelvin Sheppard fits perfectly with what they want at ILB to help the run D as well. Jerrigan is a luxury pick with who is available IMO.
Ellis is a good pick, but we just drafted Troup last year in the 2nd round, and Kyle Williams played well enough at NT last year to go to the pro bowl. I do think Williams is better at the 3 tech, and Ellis would push Troup for PT, unless they make that move, I think they clearly go Sheppard if they havent already with Marsh in consideration before Ellis. I do like the pick though.
Barksdale is soft, I am an LSU fan, and think he is over rated. He is technically sound when focused, but IMO is to lazy and wont make it at the NFL level without a fire light under his hind parts. Williams upgrades the TE/H-Back position and gives the team a legit threat from the TE position, Brown is a better value at corner, and Reid I think is a better fit at RT, although not as good in pass pro. I would think Williams makes the most sense.
Overall not bad for the Bills IMO, the one that really sticks out is Jerrigan in the 3rd, not because he is a bad player, just because there are bigger needs, IMO, two cents aint worth a crap today, but thats mine on the Bills :)

vidae
04-25-2011, 09:57 AM
Solid KC mock since we still nab Taylor in round2.

Just a thought though.. everyone who writes Football for a living said we'd take Bulaga 5th overall last year too and look where that got us.