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04-23-2011, 05:32 AM
Draft take 2 …. With some trades….Lots actually. No FA means teams will trade up & down more than previous.

TRADE – Bengals trade No 4 & there 2011 2nd & 2012 2nd round pick to Panthers

1 Bengals Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri.
With no FA, the Bengals trade up & Gabbert is the pick here. He replaces an unhappy Palmer who wants out of Cinci.

2 Broncos Marcell Dareus, DE, Alabama.
They need muscle & size up front, and Dareus brings both. Probably the easiest slam dunk pick in the 1st round.3.

3 Bills Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M.
Miller should be the pick, and probably will be, but Cam Newton is still on the board and wouldn’t surprise to see Cam being taken here. But Fitzpatrick had a pretty decent year last year & has shown enough to warrant the start in 2011.

4 Panthers AJ Green, WR, Georgia.
I have Green going here because IMO they should give Clausen another shot. To discard a 2nd round pick after 1 year is a waste. If he still comes up short, then they will be picking 1st next year, and they can pick the best QB.

TRADE – Cowboys trade No 9 & 2011 3rd rounder to Arizona for No 5.

5 Cowboys Patrick Peterson, CB/S LSU.
DE is also a need, but Peterson is the target of the Cowboys. He is a certain starter in an average secondary & can make the team contenders in one pick.

6 Browns Robert Quinn, DE, Nth Carolina.
The Browns are in need of a rushing DE, and Quinn fills that void. They may take Julio Jones, but I think DE is a bigger issue.

Trade – Texans trade No 11 & 2011 3rd rounder to 49ers for No 7

7 Texans Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska
Knowing that the Cards want a CB, the Texans trade up to jump in front & grab the best available. The Texans secondary is horrible, and Prince is an instant starter.

8 Titans Cam Newton, QB. Auburn.
Their offence is geared for a Young/Vick styled QB, and Newton would keep the Titans offence going pretty well. They need a WR, as well as DL, but Newton would step in and start.

Trade – Vikings trade No 12 & 4th round pick to Cards for 2011 No 9

9 Vikings Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas.
QB is the biggest need in Minnesota, and they trade up to get Ryan Mallett knowing that the Cards & 49ers need a QB. Mallett is the best available.

10 Redskins Julio Jones, WR, Alabama
The skins will be jumping out of their skin when Jones falls to them at 10. The most athletic & dynamic WR in the draft gives them a legit No 1 that they haven’t had in years.

11 49ers DeQuan Bowers, DE Clemson
His stock has dropped but he is too good to pass up by the 49ers.

12 Cardinals JJ Watt, DE, Wisconsin
Pass rusher & high motor. Will start straight away at DE and allows the Cards to play either 34 or 43. Replaces an aging Joey P.

13 Lions Tyron Smith, LT USC.
So, how much longer are the Lions going to ignore the health of Stafford? There not, and Smith goes to Detroit.

14 Rams Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue
They need a WR, but there are none worth picking at 14. Kerrigan would team nicely with Chris Long at DE, and would provide an excellent supporting rushing end.

TRADE – Chargers trade 18th & there 1st 2nd rounder (pick 50) & flip 3rdpics to Miami for 15

15 Chargers Cameron Jordan, DE, Cal
Chargers jump up a couple of spots to grab the best rushing DE/ OLB left. The Chargers need rushing help, and he steps in. A player who can get to the qb, he is a great fit here. And have an extra 2nd rounder, so they trade up

16 Jags Aldon Smith, OLB, Missouri
The There are a few teams around them that need similar players. Smith is a high energy LB.

17 Pats Corey Luiget, DT, Illinois
Drops a few spots but a solid pick for the Pats. Had a breakout year & will be a success in Boston.

Trade – Saints trade 24 & 1st 3rd rounder to Miami for 18
18 Saints Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama
Reggie Bush is not a fulltime RB. Ingram carries the load which allows Bush to be a wr/rb

19 Giants Anthony Castonzo, OL, BC
A need for the Giants, plus one of the best available. They need RB help, but will wait till the 2nd or 3rd rounds to address that spot.

20 Bucs Akeem Ayers, DE/OLB UCLA
Defence defence defence. Ayers is a dynamic rushing end and would be a great fit in the Bucs.

21 KC Phil Taylor, NT, Baylor
A big need. He is a dominating NT and would be a great selection for the Chiefs.

Trade – Bears trade 29th pick & 3rd (93rd) pick to Indy for 22nd pick
22 Bears Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisonsin.
The Bears really need help on the OLine, and he is not far behind Castonzo in ability.

Trade – Titans trade 2nd, 3rd & 5th round picks with Philly for 23rd pick
23 Titans Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn.
Character issues cause him to free fall, and having grabbed Newton with there 1st pick, they grab Fairley as well.

24 Miami Mike Pouncey, G, Florida
Pouncey could have gone to Miami at 15, but they grabbed extra picks & still got him at 24.

25 Seattle Jake Locker, QB, Washington.
Big armed qb, but with baggage. Seattle need to invest in a qb early and it’s either him or Kaepernick. Seattle have RB needs as well.

26 Ravens Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado
Most of there CB’s are FA this year, and Smith has good size & speed. Ravens must look to replace Ed Reed soon.

27 Falcons Cam Heyward, DE, Ohio State
The falcons wet themselves. Terrific footballer who will be a great DE in this team. Groomed to replace John Abraham.

28 Pats Derek Sherod, OL, Miss St.
The Pats addressed the DL in the 1st, now grab Sherod with another 1st round pick. This team can do no wrong when it comes to the draft.

29 Colts Nate Solder, OL Colorado.
The Colts add O Line help whist grabbing an extra 3rd. Solder is a great pick at 29.

30 Jets Justin Houston, OLB, Georgia
JT is gone, Gholston was a bust & they need a rushing OLB. Houston just might be a great pick at 30 for the Jets.

31 Steelers Muhammad Wilkerson, DT/DE, Temple
The Steelers love defence, & Wilkerson could be a solid player for the Steelers.

32 Packers Aaron Williams, S, Texas
The BPA, possibly, but also a solid tackler. They look at RB as well, but Williams slips in.


Trade – Falcons trade 2nd (59), 3rd (136) & switch 4th/5th picks to Pats for 33

33. Falcons Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame
The Falcons need a TE to replace Gonzalez. Knowing the Bills want a TE, they grab the best in the draft.

34 Bills Ben Ijalana, LT, Villanova
A solid LT/G boosts an average front and undersized front 5.

35. Panthers (From Bengals) Stephen Paea, DT Oregon.
Defence is a need as they were pretty horrible last year on both sides. Paea is as strong as an ox.

Trade – Miami trade 2nd (50) & 3rd (82) to Denver for 36
36 Miami Colin Kaepernick, QB, Nevada
Another 2nd rounder! Yep, but he is more dynamic than Pat White & may actually start. Better then Thigpen who is now trade bait.

Trade – 49ers trade 2nd (45) & 4th (106) to Browns for 37
37 49ers Christian Ponder, QB, Florida.
QB is another big need with Smith being a bust. Ponder has the smarts to run an improving 49ers offence.

38 Cards Marcus Cannon, G, TCU,
Massive road grader and immeadiately upgrades the Cards front line.

39 Philly (from Titans) Rahim Moore, S, UCLA
A big need and a ballhawk. Philly’s 1st pick is a solid one.

40 Cowboys Danny Watkins, G, Baylor
The cowboys address another need and although Centre is probably a bigger need, guard is a need for dallas.

41 Redskins Ricky Stanzi,QB, Iowa
The Skins need a qb, and Stanzi is a solid QB with smarts. Played against good defence and should push for starting spot in DC.

42 Texans Titus Young, WR, Boise St
Andre Johnson needs someone opposite, and Young is the player to do that. More than decent speed and good hands, steps in & plays.

43 Vikes Randall Cobb, WR, Kentucky
Is Sidney rice healed? Time will tell, but he can certainly help.

44 Lions Adrian Clayborne, DE Iowa
Helps the defence immensely and is a great addition in the 2nd round.

45 Browns Brandon Harris, CB, Miami
The browns need more 2ndary help, and after getting Quinn in the 1st, they look to Harris at CB.

46 Broncos Jabaal Sheard, DE/OLB, Pitt
More defence for theBronco’s. Will add sting to the OLB spot & will team well with Dareus

47 Rams Jonathon Baldwin, WR, Pitt
The Rams really need a WR, had a solid but not great college career. Size & speed are positives.

48 Raiders Ras I Dowling, CB, Virginia The raiders 1st pick & they don’t blow it. Huff and Asom may be gone, so they need to find a replacement.

49 Jags Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami
MSW may be gone & a big body replacement is needed. Good speed & hands.

50 Broncos Martez Wilson, ILB, Illinois
Still on defence, has good size & speed and upgrades an average LB corp in Denver

51 Bucs Lance Kendricks, TE, Wisconsin
They need a TE to replace the body broken Winslow. Kendricks is a great catcher of the ball & will be a solid pro.

52 Giants Mikel LeShoure, RB, Illinois
The G men’s running game needs a kick along and Bradshaw is a FA. LeShoure is the 2nd best runner in the draft

53 Colts Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland
Fast, ok size, goodish hands. Groomed to replace Reggie Wayne. Gonzalez health an issue too.

54 Eagles Stefan Wisniewski, C, Penn
Eagles need a true centre, and he is the best in the draft. May play Guard till he adapts to nfl

55 KC Dontay Moch, OLB, Nevada
Great combine lifted his ratings and has great speed. Will fit nicely in the KC defence.

56 Saints Jerrell Powe, DT, Ole Miss
The defence was shown up in the playoff loss, and Powe could really help an aging front line.

57 Seattle Ryan Williams, RB, VT The seattle running game is in need of a boost, & Williams although he had a average finish to his college career could be a good pick here

58 Ravens Greg Little, WR, NC
Has baggage, but big ability. Newsome doesn’t miss in the draft generally, and he wont miss on a big WR

59 Pats - Atlanta Brookes Reed, DE, Arizona
Another defensive player for the Pats. Helps at OLB or DE.

60 Pats Edmund Gates, WR Alb/Chr
The Pats need WR’s and there are a few left that could go this high. Lots of upside & BB has a knack for bringing the best out of players.

61 Chargers Quan Sturdivant, ILB, NC
Brings speed & tackling ability to the chargers ILB corp.

62 Bears Allan Bailey, DE, Miami
Could well be a steal at 61 to the Bears. Can get to the qb, and will compliment peppers

63 Steelers Clint Boling, OG. Georgia
A 4 year starter & would make a solid guard in the pro’s. Steelers need a bit more up front and Boling is a solid pick.

64 Packers Sam Acho, OLB Texas.
Will help the LB corp of the Pack. Makes it one of the best in the league

Round 3
65 Panthers Orlando Franklin, OT/OG Miami
Brings size & ability to a Panthers team that is rebuilding across the board

66 Bengals Rodney Hudson, OG, Florida St
Great addition here for the Bengals. Helps there O line for years to come and protects Gabbert

67 Broncos Will Rackley, OG, Lehigh
Broncos look to the O line & pick up a high motor player with good upside.

68 Bills Drake Nevis, DT. LSU
Not the biggest but has a good motor & can get to the passer. Solid rotational player for the Bills who again look to defence.

69 Cards Andy Dalton, QB, TCU
Future qb for the Cards. Could have gone higher, but didn’t.

70 Browns Greg Jones, ILB, Michigan
Last defensive player for the Browns. Too good to pass up in the 3rd.

71 Cards/Cowb Christian Ballard, DT, Iowa
Another defensive player for a Cards team that has collapsed defensively since the SB.

72 Miami/NO Taiwan Jones, RB, E.wash
Great burst, speed & vision. Miami need speed at RB.

73 49ers/Tex Quintin Carter, S, Oklahoma
secondary help is required. They have addressed 2 glaring needs so far & Carter is a good addition

74 Pats Greg Romeus, DE, Pitt
More defensive help, and will possibly be OLB with the Pats. Will rotate with Ninkovich.

75 Lions Jordan Todman, RB, Conn
Will compliment Jahvid Best. Quick and shifty, will form a good combo & has OK hands

76 49ers Casey Matthews, ILB, Oregon
Boosts the 49ers LB corp. Great bloodlines & fits well in 49rs

77 Philly/Titans Daniel Thomas, RB, Kansas St
Will take the workload of McCoy. Has good size & speed.

78 Rams DeMarco Murray, RB, Okla
Jackson has been around for 10 years, and the Rams start looking at a replacement player.

79 Chargers Curtis Brown, CB, Texas.
The chargers secondary is boosted. Is a solid player.

80 Jags Kris O’Dowd, C, USC
Meester is getting on & O’Dowd learns for a year.

81 Raiders Marcus Gilbert, OT, Florida
The raiders need a bit of help on the O line, Gallery is a FA & Gilbert has great size & strength.

82 Denver DJ Williams, TE, Arkansas
The Broncos need a pass catching TE with speed. Williams or Virgil Green are the choices.

83 Giants Mark Herzlich, OLB, BC
Can play 34/43, has good size & speed. Nice pick.

84 Bucs Ahmad Black, S, Florida.
Not ideal in size, speed etc, but would be good in rotation and a great ST,

85 Philly Lee Ziemba, OT, Auburn
Rotational player that will be a solid player

86 KC Luke Stocker, TE, Tennessee
Upgrades an average TE situation in KC.

87 Indy Johnny Patrick, CB, Louiseville
The colts area bit thin on CB,s and Patrick has a lot of ability.

87 Saints Chris Carter, OLB, Fresno St
A pass rusher to help the NO linebackers.

89 Chargers Jerrel Jernigan, WR, Troy
Very fast with very good hands. Can be a return man too if Sprowles leaves

90 Ravens Kelvin Sheppard, LB, LSU
Lewis cannot play forwever, and Sheppard has good skill sets to be a solid ILB.

91 Pats/Atl Shane Vereen, RB, Cal
The Law Firm is the No 1 back in Boston. Vereen can take playing time away.
92 Pats James Carpenter, G, Alabama
More muscle up front for the Pats.

93 Colts/Bears Jaiquawn Jarrett, S, Temple
The colts get help in the 2ndry.

94 Jets Greg Salas, WR, Hawaii
The possession receiver that the jets may be looking for.

95 Steelers Colin McCarthy, OLB, Miami
Will learn from the starters whilst playing ST.

96 Packers Austin Pettis, WR, Boise St.
A replacement for Driver?

97 Panthers (Comp) Jurrell Casey, DT, USC
More defence for a poor defence

Round 4
98 Panthers Tyler Sash, S, Iowa
99 Seattle Sione Fua, DT, Stanford
100 Buffalo John Moffitt, G, Wisconson
101 Cinci Ryan Bartholomew, C, Syracuse
102 Browns Niles Paul, Wr, Nebraska
103 Cards Rob Housler, TE, Flor/Atl
104 Eagles Brendon Fusco, C, Slippery Rock
105 Texans Nate Irving, ILB, NCS
106 Cards Davon House, CB, New Mexico State
107 Lions Shareece Wright, S, USC
108 Browns/49ers DeMarcus Love, OT, Arkansas
109 Titans james Brewer, OT, Indiana
110 Cowboys Bruce Miller, ILB, Cent Flor
111 Dolphins Virgil Green, Te, Nevada
112 Rams Andrew Jackson, G, Fresno St
113 Raiders Jason Pinkston, G, Pitt
114 Jags Chimdi Chekwa, CB, Ohio St
115 49ers/Charg Tandon Doss, WR, Indianna
116 Bucs Jarvis Jenkins, DE, Clemson
117 Giants Brandon Burton, CB, utah
118 Chiefs Alex Linnekohl, C, Oregon St
119 Colts Zach Hurd, G, Conneticutt
120 Eagles Mike Mohamed, LB, Cal
121 Jags Charles Clay, TE, Tulsa
122 Bills Dwayne Harris, WR, E Carolina
123 Ravens Zane Taylor, C, Utah
124 Pats Ugo Chinasa, OLB/DE Oklahoma St
125 Falcons Rashard Carmichael, CB, VT
126 Jets Noel Devine, RB, WV
127 Bears Tim Barnes, C, Missouri
128 Steelers Joe Lefeged, S, Rutgers
129 Packers jacquizz Rogers, RB/KR Oregon State
130 Titans Lee Smith, TE, Marshall
131 Pack Weslye Saunders, TE, S.carolina

Obviously a few hits & misses, just my line of thought.
Feel free to comment, positive & negative.

Pat Sims 90
04-23-2011, 07:17 AM
One of the worst Bengals Mocks i have seen give up way too much to move up 3 spots and Mike Brown does not trade away high draft picks. The Bengals could stay at 4 and get Gabbert or Newton in this mock.

04-23-2011, 07:25 AM
Not a good Jaguar mock either. None of your picks will be Jaguars next week.

Leonard Hankerson especially. I wouldn't be shocked if a WR was our pick in Rd. 2, but it would be someone like Jernigan or Cobb.

04-23-2011, 10:18 AM
Didn't someone else already post Emmitt Smith's mock?

04-23-2011, 10:31 AM
So the saints trade up for a player that doesnt fit in the saints offense, doesnt fill a need and is terrible value. Subsequently they reach enormously for powe as well. This mock makes me want to punch babies

04-23-2011, 12:19 PM
you had me til the TE pick.Moeaki was far from average last year.Jernigan would be a better pick there

Tom Servo
04-23-2011, 12:26 PM
I like this Browns draft but would rather we address the WR spot earlier.

Also, I can't see Ballard falling that far. We'd probly take him over Jones if he did.

04-23-2011, 12:51 PM
1) love jimmy smith round 1 thou i'd slightly prefer cam heyward.
2) little would be a solid pick in the second but I don't think we would pass Allen baily there.

we need a pass rusher opposite suggs and 3-4 olb isn't the problem, the left 5 tech is. We need a pass rusher from this spot and a guy that can also play 4-3 l.e. in our hybrid. Your draft still gets an A but j. Smith/a. Baily or c. Heyward/g. Little would be an A+

04-23-2011, 04:15 PM
Denver's draft is ok. Drafting a guard doesn't help us much, we need an RT but the interior line is not in need. Nevis or Ballard would have been great picks there.

04-23-2011, 04:19 PM
a very descent SF mock.The only thing I would change is TAKE Locker in round one then go DE in secound round or a CB then.If we trade for a DE then no thanks in my book might as well take Locker then and be done with it.But other wise a solid draft.