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MI_Buckeye
04-24-2011, 12:17 AM
That was a pain and a half.

1. Carolina Cam Newton, Auburn QB
2. Denver Marcell Dareus, Alabama DT
3. Buffalo Von Miller, Texas A&M OLB
4. Cincinnati Blaine Gabbert, Missouri QB
5. Arizona Patrick Peterson, LSU CB
6. Cleveland A.J. Green, Georgia WR
7. San Francisco Robert Quinn, North Carolina OLB
8. Tennessee Nick Fairley, Auburn DT
St. Louis trades first and third to Dallas
9. St. Louis* Julio Jones, Alabama WR
New England trades picks 17 and 60 to Washington
10. New England* Aldon Smith, Missouri OLB
11. Houston Prince Amukamara, Nebraska CB
12. Minnesota Jake Locker, Washington QB
Giants trade first, third and sixth to Detroit
13. Giants* Tyron Smith, USC OT
14. Dallas* Cameron Jordan, California DE
Philly trade first, one third and fourth to Miami
15. Philadelphia* Jimmy Smith, Colorado QB
16. Jacksonville Brooks Reed, Arizona DE
17. Washington* J.J. Watt, Wisconsin DE
New Orleans trades first and third to San Diego
18. New Orleans* Da’Quan Bowers, Clemson DE
Indy trades first, fourth and sixth to Detroit
19. Indianapolis* Anthony Castonzo, Boston College OT
20. Tampa Bay Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue DE
New England trades picks 28 and 74 to KC
21. New England* Mike Pouncey, Florida OG
22. Detroit* Mark Ingram, Alabama RB
23. Miami* Ryan Mallett, Arkansas QB
24. San Diego* Cameron Heyward, Ohio State DE
Buffalo trades second, third and fourth
25. Buffalo* Nate Solder, Colorado OT
26. Baltimore Muhammad Wilkerson, Temple DE
27. Atlanta Kyle Rudolph, Notre Dame TE
28. Kansas City* Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin OT
29. Chicago Corey Liuget, Illinois DT
30. Jets Phil Taylor, Baylor DT
31. Pittsburgh Danny Watkins, Baylor OG
32. Green Bay Torrey Smith, Maryland WR



33. New England Leonard Hankerson, Miami WR
34. Seattle* Christian Ponder, Florida State QB
35. Cincinnati Jonathan Baldwin, Pittsburgh WR
36. Denver Adrian Clayborn, Iowa DE
37. Oakland* Dontay Moch, Nevada OLB
38. Arizona Justin Houston, Georgia OLB
39. Tennessee Martez Wilson, Illinois LB
40. Dallas Ben Ijalana, Villanova OT
41. San Diego* Jabaal Sheard, Pittsburgh OLB
42. Houston Kenrick Ellis, Hampton DT
43. Minnesota Marvin Austin, North Carolina DT
44. Tampa Bay* Derek Sherrod, Mississippi State OT
45. San Francisco Brandon Harris, Miami CB
46. Baltimore* Titus Young, Boise State WR
47. St. Louis Stephen Paea, Oregon State DT
48. Cleveland* Christian Ballard, Iowa DT
49. Jacksonville Rahim Moore, UCLA S
50. Washington* Colin Kaepernick, Nevada QB
51. Detroit* Mason Foster, Washington LB
52. Giants Akeem Ayers, UCLA OLB
53. Indianapolis Stefen Wisniewski, Penn State C/OG
54. Philadelphia Marcus Cannon, TCU OG
55. Kansas City Randall Cobb, Kentucky WR
56. New Orleans Mikel LeShoure, Illinois RB
57. Seattle Jarvis Jenkins, Clemson DT
58. Denver* Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin TE
59. Atlanta Shane Vereen, California RB
60. Washington* Greg Little, North Carolina WR
61. San Diego Edmond Gates, Abilene Christian WR
62. Chicago Orlando Franklin, Miami OT
63. Pittsburgh Brandon Burton, Utah CB
64. Green Bay Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech RB




65. Carolina Drake Nevis, LSU DT
66. Cincinnati Aaron Williams, Texas S
67. Denver Chimdi Chekwa, Ohio State CB
68. Seattle* Clint Boling, Georgia OG
69. Arizona Luke Stocker, Tennessee TE
70. Cleveland Greg Jones, Michigan State LB
71. Dallas Austin Pettis, Boise State WR
72. San Diego* Quan Sturdivant, North Carolina ILB
73. Houston Tandon Doss, Indiana WR
74. Kansas City* Chris Carter, Fresno State OLB
75. Detroit Davon House, New Mexico State CB
76. San Francisco Andy Dalton, TCU QB
77. Tennessee Johnny Patrick, Louisville CB
78. Dallas* John Moffitt, Wisconsin OG
79. Miami Kendall Hunter, Oklahoma State RB
80. Jacksonville Bruce Carter, North Carolina OLB
81. Oakland Chykie Brown, Texas CB
82. Washington* Sam Acho, Texas OLB
83. Detroit* Will Rackley, Lehigh OG
84. Tampa Bay Marcus Gilchrist, Clemson DB
85. Miami* Jeremy Beal, Oklahoma OLB
86. Kansas City Rodney Hudson,Florida State C/OG
87. Indianapolis Sione Fua, Stanford
DT
88. New Orleans Mark Herzlich, Boston College OLB
89. San Diego Tyler Sash, Iowa S
90. Baltimore Ras-I Dowling, Virginia DB
91. Atlanta Jah Reid, Central Florida OT
92. New England Pernell McPhee, Mississippi State DE
93. Chicago Ronald Johnson, USC WR
94. Jets DeAndre McDaniel, Clemson S
95. Pittsburgh Taiwan Jones, Eastern Washington RB
96. Green Bay Terrell McClain, South Florida DE
97. Carolina Cecil Shorts, Mount Union WR
Round 4
1. Carolina Greg Romeus, Pittsburgh DE
2. Seattle Jordan Todman, Connecticut RB
3. Buffalo Casey Matthews, Oregon LB
4. Cincinnati DeMarcus Love, Arkansas OG
5. Cleveland Curtis Brown, Texas CB
6. Arizona Marcus Gilbert, Florida OT
7. Philadelphia Ross Homan, Ohio State LB
8. Houston K.J. Wright, Mississippi State OLB
9. Minnesota James Brewer, Indiana OT
10. Detroit Brandon Hogan, West Virginia CB
11. San Francisco Quentin Carter, Oklahoma S
12. Tennessee Ricky Elmore, Arizona DE
13. Dallas Jerrel Jernigan, Troy WR
14. Miami James Carpenter, Alabama OG
15. St. Louis D.J. Williams, Arkansas TE
16. Cleveland* Ahmad Black, Florida S
17. Jacksonville Steven Friday, Virginia Tech DE
18. San Francisco Joe Lefegd, Rutgers S
19. Tampa Bay Vincent Brown, San Diego State WR
20. Giants Delone Carter, Syracuse RB
21. Kansas City Nate Irving, N.C. State ILB
22. Detroit* Kristofer O’Dowd, USC C
23. Miami* Curtis Marsh, Utah State CB
24. Jacksonville David Arkin, Missouri State OG
25. Buffalo Lawrence Guy, Arizona State DL
26. Denver* Jeremy Kerley, TCU WR
27. Atlanta Darvin Adams, Auburn WR
28. New England Ricky Stanzi, Iowa QB
29. Jets Bruce Miller, Central Florida LB
30. Chicago Andrew Jackson, Fresno State OG
31. Pittsburgh Jaiquawn Jarrett, Temple S
32. Green Bay Jurrell Casey, USC DE
33. Tennessee Robert Sands, West Virginia S
34. Green Bay Scott Lutrus, Connecticut ILB
Round 5
1. Carolina Terrence Tolliver, LSU WR
2. Seattle* Joseph Barksdale, LSU OG
3. Cincinnati Jerrel Powe, Ole Miss DT
4. Kansas City Charles Clay, Tulsa FB
5. Arizona Colin McCarthy, Miami LB
6. Cleveland Julius Thomas, Portland State TE
7. Houston Shareece Wright, USC CB
8. Minnesota Buster Skrine, Chattanooga CB
9. Kansas City Lee Smith, Marshall TE
10. San Francisco Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon State RB
11. Tennessee Jerrod Johnson, Texas A&M QB
12. Dallas Courtney Smith, South Alabama WR
13. Washington Cortez Allen, Citadel CB
14. St. Louis Brian Rolle, Ohio State LB
15. Miami Chris Neild, West Virginia DT
16. Jacksonville Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech QB
17. Cleveland* Ryan Winterswyk, Boise State DE
18. Philadelphia Will Hill, Florida S
19. Minnesota Jermale Hines, Ohio State S
20. Tampa Bay Ugo Chinasa, Oklahoma State DE
21. Indianapolis Karl Klug, Iowa DL
22. Philadelphia Da’Norris Searcy, North Carolina S
23. Detroit Alex Linnenkohl, Oregon State C
24. Washington Martin Parker, Richmond DE
25. Seattle Niles Paul, Nebraska WR
26. Seattle Owen Marecic, Stanford FB
27. Atlanta Lawrence Wilson, Connecticut OLB
28. Kansas City* Michael Morgan, USC ILB
29. Chicago Jason Pinkston, Pittsburgh OT/OG
30. Jets Cheta Ozougwu, Rice OLB
31. Pittsburgh Martin Parker, Richmond DE
32. Green Bay Wayne Daniels, TCU OLB
33. Baltimore Alex Henery, Nebraska K/P
34. Baltimore Kenny Rowe, Oregon DE/LB
Round 6
1. Carolina Jordan Cameron, USC TE
2. Cincinnati Aldrick Robinson, SMU WR
3. Cleveland Chris L. Rucker, Michigan State CB
4. Buffalo Chris Hairston, Clemson OT
5. Cleveland Dane Sanzenbacher, Ohio State WR
6. Arizona Akeem Dent, Georgia ILB
7. Minnesota Virgil Green, Nevada TE
8. Seattle Niles Brinkley, Wisconsin CB
9. San Francisco Jalil Brown, Colorado CB
10. Tennessee Armon Binns, Cincinnati WR
11. Dallas DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma RB
12. Washington Cedric Thornton, Southern Arkansas DL
13. Houston Orie Lemon, Oklahoma State ILB
14. Miami Mario Addison, Troy OLB
15. Baltimore Zach Hurd, Connecticut OG
16. Oakland DeMarcus Van Dyke, Miami CB
17. Jacksonville Greg Salas, Hawaii WR
18. San Diego Denarius Moore, Tennessee WR
19. Arizona Schuylar Oordt, Northern Iowa TE
20. Detroit* Ollie Ogbu, Penn State DT
21. Denver Deunta Williams, North Carolina S
22. Tampa Bay Kendric Burney, North Carolina CB
23. Detroit* Devon Torrence, Ohio State CB
24. Denver Ryan Jones, NW Missouri State CB
25. San Francisco Byron Stingily, Louisville OL
26. Baltimore Greg Lloyd, Connecticut ILB
27. Atlanta T.J. Yates, North Carolina QB
28. New England Graig Cooper, Miami RB
29. Jets Julian Vandervelde, Iowa OG
30. Chicago Carl Johnson, Florida OG
31. Pittsburgh Rashad Carmichael, Virginia Tech CB
32. Green Bay Ryan Bartholomew, Syracuse C
33. Giants Rob Housler, Florida Atlantic TE
34. Kansas City Kris Durham, Georgia WR
35. Minnesota Mark Dell, Michigan State WR
36. San Diego Nathan Enderle, Idaho QB
37. Giants Mario Harvey, Marshall OLB
38. Carolina Ian Williams, Notre Dame DT

Round 7
1. Green Bay Shiloh Keo, Idaho S
2. Detroit Cliff Matthews, South Carolina DE
3. Buffalo Tori Gurley, South Carolina WR
4. Cincinnati Andre Holmes, Hillsdale WR
5. Jets Pierre Allen, Nebraska OLB
6. Seattle Brandon Fusco, Slippery Rock C/OG
7. Atlanta Zane Parr, Virginia DE
8. San Francisco Shaky Smithson, Utah PR
9. Tennessee Roy Helu, Nebraska RB
10. Washington Nick Claytor, Georgia Tech OT
11. Houston Vince Agnew, Central Michigan CB
12. Minnesota Dwayne Harris, East Carolina WR
13. St. Louis Kealoha Pilares, Hawaii WR
14. Miami John Clay, Wisconsin RB
15. Miami Josh Gatlin, North Dakota State DB
16. Oakland David Mims, Virginia Union OG
17. Dallas Justin Boren, Ohio State OG
18. Giants Jeron Johnson, Boise State S
19. Tampa Bay Vidal Hazelton, Cincinnati WR
20. Kansas City Scott Tolzien, Wisconsin QB
21. Washington DeAndre Brown, Southern Miss WR
22. Baltimore Stanley Havili, USC FB
23. New Orleans Keith Smith, Purdue WR
24. Philadelphia Brandon Bair, Oregon DT
25. St. Louis Brian Duncan, Texas Tech LB
26. Atlanta Leon Berry, Mississippi State KR
27. Atlanta Eric Gordon, Michigan State LB
28. San Francisco Cameron Graham, Louisville TE
29. Pittsburgh Brandyn Thompson, Boise State CB
30. Green Bay Jay Valai, Wisconsin S
31. San Diego Allen Bradford, USC RB
32. Miami Weslye Saunders, South Carolina TE
33. Minnesota Henry Hynoski, Pittsburgh FB
34. Philadelphia Josh Portis, California (PA) QB
35. Tampa Bay Adam Grant, Arizona OT
36. San Francisco Zane Taylor, Utah C
37. Philadelphia Darius Morris, Temple OT
38. Oakland Ricardo Lockette, Fort Valley State WR
39. Seattle Darrin Walls, Notre Dame CB
40. New Orleans Bilal Powell, Louisville RB
41. Carolina Mario Fannin, Auburn RB
42. Buffalo Doug Hogue, Syracuse OLB
43. Cincinnati Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh RB
44. Denver Tim Barnes, Missouri C/OG
45. Cleveland Damien Berry, Miami RB
46. Arizona Stephen Skelton, Fordham TE
47. San Francisco Mitch Mustain, USC QB
48. Tennessee Dom DeCicco, Pittsburgh S
49. Dallas Stephen Schilling, Michigan OG
50. Washington DeMarco Sampson, San Diego State WR
51. Houston Darren Evans, Virginia Tech RB

Pat Sims 90
04-24-2011, 12:21 AM
Don't see the Bengals picking a QB in the 1st. AJ Green will be the pick if he there.

Don't see the Bengals drafting 3 WRs 2 is prolly tops for them.

49erNation85
04-24-2011, 12:28 AM
A very productive solid draft for SF.I like every pick except for drafting Safeties in round for 4,why?We don't need them Mays is playing up to his hype so far last season.Take them out maybe Owen for FB and a LB or TE there.Nice job a seven rounder otherwise.

stl9erfan
04-24-2011, 12:31 AM
I'd be dancing in my living room if the first three rounds went like that for SF. I think I slightly prefer Amukamara to Quinn, but if Brandon Harris is available in the 2nd and Andy Dalton in the 3rd? Sign me up. That said, I'd be pretty surprised if either player lasted that long.

Don't like the 4th round picks. Safety really isn't much of a need for SF and you have them taking two in the 4th. It would make more sense to go after a NT or WR there. Love the Jacquizz Rodgers pick in the 5th, though-- that would be amazing value.

StrikeAnywhere
04-24-2011, 12:42 AM
Props for the effort it takes to do this.

Denver really didn't get what it needed out of this draft. I'd say that the trade actually hurt them. With Paea, Ballard on the board at 46, trading down and passing them all up for picks that turn into a TE and a WR is really unhelpful. Also, our third biggest need (DT being 1 and 2) is at LB and that wasn't addressed at all. I can't see us passing up Foster in the 2nd AND Sturdivant in the 3rd. If they are both there when we pick at those respective spots at least one of them has to come to Denver.

The 2 CB's aren't really necessary either, we drafted 2 last year. One in a late round would be good enough... and TE could be addressed in the 6th too.

Matthew Jones
04-24-2011, 12:53 AM
I appreciate the effort but it's a terrible Patriots draft. The only two good picks were Pouncey and Stanzi, and Pouncey wasn't worth the trade up. The rest of the picks are pretty unrealistic.

SickwithIt1010
04-24-2011, 12:53 AM
I could see myself being ok with that eagles draft I suppose.

coordinator0
04-24-2011, 01:03 AM
Not a bad Ravens draft, but there's a couple of wasted picks in the ILB and K/P. Depth at ILB isn't a problem whatsoever, having a good #2 starter is. We have no need for either a K or P, Cundiff was re-signed and we don't need a K/O specialist with him on the roster. Koch is one of the best punters in the NFL and should get a ton of credit for putting our defense in a good position. Havili isn't the kind of FB we'll be looking for with or without McClain.

T-RICH49
04-24-2011, 02:09 AM
Phil Taylor >>>>>>> Gabe Carimi

Giants34
04-24-2011, 02:22 AM
Interesting...Tennessee avoids a QB until the 5th round and takes a guy in Jerrod Johnson that literally no one feels has the tools to be an NFL QB and will probably go undrafted, if he isn't drafted late to try a different position.

...Where are Pat Devlin and Greg MeElroy? They aren't going undrafted bud. On the Giants front..some love and hate...hate the idea to trade up for Tyron Smith when better options fall to your pick, but love Delone Carter and Rob Housler.

Giants34
04-24-2011, 02:23 AM
Interesting...Tennessee avoids a QB until the 5th round and takes a guy in Jerrod Johnson that literally no one feels has the tools to be an NFL QB and will probably go undrafted, if he isn't drafted late to try a different position.

...Where are Pat Devlin and Greg MeElroy? They aren't going undrafted bud. On the Giants front..some love and hate...hate the idea to trade up for Tyron Smith when better options fall to your pick, but love Delone Carter and Rob Housler.

BradysKnee
04-24-2011, 06:00 AM
IF the patriots trade up like that, its without a doubt for Amukamara.

wicket
04-24-2011, 06:23 AM
Mikel LeShoure is jsut a terrible pick for the saints, the rest is underwhelming but acceptable

noondog
04-24-2011, 07:08 AM
Good job on a 7 rounder.

For the Lions, you have them drafting two C's in the later rounds which would be a big fail. Give us Greg Salas instead of Linnenkohl and the draft would be pretty good.

Gabe Carimi might be a better longterm pick over Ingram at #22 in the first, but I wouldn't mind Ingram.

I like that there is a good LB and two CBs.

JaxJag_1
04-24-2011, 07:30 AM
I got to give you credit. Brooks Reed is a nice dark horse pick to us in Jacksonville.

I've said over on the Jaguars.com Message Board that there are 5 possibilities for the 16th pick -- barring someone like Prince Amukamara falling.

Andy Dalton, J.J. Watt, Cam Jordan, Brooks Reed, and Mike Pouncey.

Pouncey isn't very likely, but still possible and Brooks Reed is the dark horse. I don't think Cam Jordan would be our pick, but he's possible. Watt it now sounds like, won't be there at 16.

The pick will be Dalton, after I've read in between the lines with GM Gene during his interviews all season.

BigJohn98
04-24-2011, 10:29 AM
I got to give you credit. Brooks Reed is a nice dark horse pick to us in Jacksonville.

I've said over on the Jaguars.com Message Board that there are 5 possibilities for the 16th pick -- barring someone like Prince Amukamara falling.

Andy Dalton, J.J. Watt, Cam Jordan, Brooks Reed, and Mike Pouncey.

Pouncey isn't very likely, but still possible and Brooks Reed is the dark horse. I don't think Cam Jordan would be our pick, but he's possible. Watt it now sounds like, won't be there at 16.

The pick will be Dalton, after I've read in between the lines with GM Gene during his interviews all season.Dalton is not going to be the pick. You don't know what Gene Smith is going to do unless you work for the Jags.

GoRavens
04-24-2011, 11:49 AM
Alex Henery? you fool.
Kicker nor punter is a need for the Ravens.

Rabscuttle
04-24-2011, 12:07 PM
Your safety picks are fine for the Niners. At least one of them. Mays was out of position by two steps or more every play he managed to be involved in because he is the same guy he was at USC. I'd be somewhat surprised if he makes it through camp let alone become a starter.

We had some of the worst safety play in the league last year. Goldson took a huge step backwards for a good part of the season too.

CheeseKnuckles
04-24-2011, 12:55 PM
Jay Valai and Shiloh Keo???? Two safeties in one round... I guess anything can happen in the 7th lol.

CashmoneyDrew
04-24-2011, 01:00 PM
The only two problems I have with the Titans draft is one, we don't need two safeties. Two, If they aren't going to take a QB with one of their first two picks (let's face it, they definitely will take one with their 1st or 2nd) then there's no point in wasting a 5th rounder and drafting a QB basically just to draft one. Especially for a guy that's going undrafted most likely. Other than that I really liked the players and positions targeted.

Heisman
04-24-2011, 02:29 PM
Henry Hynoski, Dwayne Harris, Virgil Green, Buster Skrine, James Brewer, Marvin Austin, and Jake Locker? WOW awesome vikigns mock!

MI_Buckeye
04-24-2011, 02:42 PM
Alex Henery? you fool.
Kicker nor punter is a need for the Ravens.

Sorry about that one. I remembered Cundiff being on the last year of his contract last season, but as a poster mentioned earlier in the thread, he has been re-signed.

Honestly, I am a little out of step with team needs at K and P. That is why I didnt project another one in the whole draft. I felt like I had to include Henery in there somewhere and, not knowing the Cundiff situation, I felt like this was a good landing spot.

Honestly, IMO, Henery would be an upgrade over Cundiff. He is that good.

MI_Buckeye
04-24-2011, 02:44 PM
Good job on a 7 rounder.

For the Lions, you have them drafting two C's in the later rounds which would be a big fail. Give us Greg Salas instead of Linnenkohl and the draft would be pretty good.

Gabe Carimi might be a better longterm pick over Ingram at #22 in the first, but I wouldn't mind Ingram.

I like that there is a good LB and two CBs.

It was more about giving them options in the interrior. Mid-round centers are usually taken with the idea that they can also play guard.

thebow305
04-24-2011, 11:02 PM
Decent Phins draft.

the_dark_knight
04-25-2011, 08:08 AM
Falcons draft is a total bomb. Reaching in every single round like that isn't something I see them doing, however, if they do, I'm going to be furious

rawdawg
04-25-2011, 08:44 AM
Went a little OL crazy with the Bears. 4 OL out of 6 picks is a little much, even for a team with a bad OL. But to pick 4 players who are NFL guards (yes Franklin and Pinkston are NFL OGs) is absurd. I understand the Bears need OL help, but they have 10 on the roster, 7 of which are under 26. They don't need depth, they need good players.

leroyisgod
04-25-2011, 08:56 AM
I'm not quite sure why you have the Cowboys selecting 3 WR's in the middle rounds.

vidae
04-25-2011, 10:07 AM
Props for a 7 rounder, but OT is just not a first round need for KC.

Poz51
04-25-2011, 11:40 AM
That was a pain and a half.

3. Buffalo Von Miller, Texas A&M OLB
Buffalo trades second, third and fourth Fifth
25. Buffalo* Nate Solder, Colorado OT
34. Seattle* Christian Ponder, Florida State QB
3. Buffalo Casey Matthews, Oregon LB
6. Arizona Marcus Gilbert, Florida OT
8. Houston K.J. Wright, Mississippi State OLB
14. Miami James Carpenter, Alabama OG
25. Buffalo Lawrence Guy, Arizona State DL
4. Buffalo Chris Hairston, Clemson OT
6. Arizona Akeem Dent, Georgia ILB
3. Buffalo Tori Gurley, South Carolina WR
24. Philadelphia Brandon Bair, Oregon DT
42. Buffalo Doug Hogue, Syracuse OLB


First off, nice job on doing a 7 rounder, they certainly are a "pain and a half".

Looking at the mock, I think you meant the Bills traded a 2nd, 3rd and 5th not 4th.
The trade value on that is scewed horribly in favor of Seattle, using the trade value chart; 25 - 720pts, 34 - 560, 68 - 250, and 152 - 42 for 852 pts and a negative value of 132 points or the equivalent of a end of the 3rd round pick. Top it off, to move up and get Nate Solder? When they could stand pat and get Ponder, who be all accounts they are targeting with their second round pick... Does not make any sense, IMO if they trade up it is for Ponder, not Solder. Losing all that value does not make sense either for a team rebuilding, that has to do so through the draft. I dont see it, unless its for a QB.
Miller in the first just seems to be the way they will go if the majority of us novices are correct.
In the 4th, Casey Matthews seems unlikely, considering they have stated they want essentially a "Thumper" next to Poz, and in general, I did not see Kelvin Sheppard in your mock, but he fits, Wright I think is a better fit as well, Carpenter or Gilbert would be a nice addition to the right side of the offensive line.
I love the Lawrence Guy pick.
Hairson is not bad in the 6th, if they get a tackle early, they could take Dent (Poz leaving in FA?), Virgil Green and Jalil Brown would be nice pick ups too.
I dont think they will take a WR in the draft at all, but I do like Gurley, Bair makes alot of sense and would propably make the roster, even with the drafting of Guy. Hogue is a nice pick up in 7th round comp range.
All IMO, For what its worth...

prock
04-25-2011, 12:26 PM
I love the Vikings draft except for Austin in the 2nd. He better not be taken that high. Dude is a bum.

Bills2083
04-25-2011, 01:10 PM
That is a terrible, terrible trade for the Bills.
Trading up for an OT when we have a multitude of holes to fill is really bad.

Tom Servo
04-25-2011, 03:25 PM
Meh Browns draft, tho I love the Sanzenbacher pick in the 6th. Just outta curiosity...where'd the Browns' 2nd rounder go?

Nevermind, just saw it. I'll take a trade down and still get Ballard. This mock just got much better.