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DI
04-25-2011, 11:42 AM
2011 NFL Mock Draft
Trades

MIN/SF
Vikings Receive: #7 Overall
49ers Receive: #12 Overall, 2012 2nd Round Selction and 2012 3rd Round Selection

SD/WAS
Chargers Receive: #10 Overall
Redskins Receive: #18 Overall and #61 Overall (via SD f/NYJ)

NO/NE
Saints Receive: #17 Overall
Patriots Receive: #24 Overall and #72 Overall (via NO f/WAS)

CIN/SEA
Bengals Receive: #25
Seahawks Receive: #35 Overall and #66 Overall

DAL/SEA
Cowboys Receive: #35 Overall
Seahawks Receive: #40 Overall and 2011 4th Round Selection

WAS/DEN
Redskins Receive: #36 Overall
Broncos Receive: #41 Overall and 2012 3rd Round Selection

KC/NE
Chiefs Receive: #72 Overall
Patriots Receive: #86 Overall and 2011 4th Round Selection


Round 1

1. Carolina Panthers- Cameron Newton, Quarterback, Auburn
2. Denver Broncos- Marcell Dareus, Defensive Tackle, Alabama
3. Buffalo Bills- Von Miller, Outside Linebacker, Texas A & M
4. Cincinnati Bengals- AJ Green, Wide Receiver, Georgia
5. Arizona Cardinals- Patrick Peterson, Cornerback, Louisiana State
6. Cleveland Browns- Robert Quinn, Defensive End, North Carolina
7. Minnesota Vikings (via SF)- Blaine Gabbert, Quarterback, Missouri
8. Tennessee Titans- Jake Locker, Quarterback, Washington
9. Dallas Cowboys- Tyron Smith, Offensive Tackle, Southern California
10. San Diego Chargers (via WAS)- JJ Watt, Defensive End, Wisconsin
11. Houston Texans- Prince Amukamara, Cornerback, Nebraska
12. San Francisco 49ers (via MIN)- Aldon Smith, Outside Linebacker, Missouri
13. Detroit Lions- Jimmy Smith, Cornerback, Colorado
14. St. Louis Rams- Julio Jones, Wide Receiver, Alabama
15. Miami Dolphins- Mike Pouncey, Offensive Guard, Florida
16. Jacksonville Jaguars- Ryan Kerrigan, Defensive End, Purdue
17. New Orleans Saints (via NE f/OAK)- Nick Fairley, Defensive Tackle, Auburn
18. Washington Redskins (via SD)- Christian Ponder, Quarterback, Florida State
19. New York Giants- Anthony Castonzo, Offensive Tackle, Boston College
20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Da'Quan Bowers, Defensive End, Clemson
21. Kansas City Chiefs- Akeem Ayers, Outside Linebacker, UCLA
22. Indianapolis Colts- Corey Liuget, Defensive Tackle, Illinois
23. Philadelphia Eagles- Brandon Harris, Cornerback, Miami (Fl)
24. New England Patriots (via NO)- Cameron Jordan, Defensive End, California
25. Cincinnati Bengals (via SEA)- Andy Dalton, Quarterback, Texas Christian
26. Baltimore Ravens- Muhammad Wilkerson, Defensive Lineman, Temple
27. Atlanta Falcons- Justin Houston, Defensive End, Georgia
28. New England Patriots- Brooks Reed, Outside Linebacker, Arizona
29. Chicago Bears- Gabe Carimi, Offensive Tackle, Wisconsin
30. New York Jets- Phil Taylor, Defensive Tackle, Baylor
31. Pittsburgh Steelers- Danny Watkins, Offensive Guard, Baylor
32. Green Bay Packers- Nate Solder, Offensive Tackle, Colorado

Round 2

33. New England Patriots (via CAR)- Mark Ingram, Running Back, Alabama
34. Buffalo Bills- Colin Kaepernick, Quarterback, Nevada
35. Dallas Cowboys (via SEA f/CIN)- Cameron Heyward, Defensive End, Ohio State
36. Washington Redskins (via DEN)- Jonathan Baldwin, Wide Receiver, Pittsburgh
37. Cleveland Browns- Stephen Paea, Defensive Tackle, Oregon State
38. Arizona Cardinals- Ben Ijalana, Offensive Lineman, Villanova
39. Tennessee Titans- Marvin Austin, Defensive Tackle, North Carolina
40. Seattle Seahawks (via DAL)- Ryan Mallett, Quarterback, Arkansas
41. Denver Broncos (via WAS)- James Carpenter, Offensive Tackle, Alabama
42. Houston Texans- Jabaal Sheard, Outside Linebacker, Pittsburgh
43. Minnesota Vikings- Adrian Clayborn, Defensive End, Iowa
44. Detroit Lions- Bruce Carter, Outside Linebacker, North Carolina
45. San Francisco 49ers- Ras-I Dowling, Cornerback, Virginia
46. Denver Broncos (via MIA)- Kyle Rudolph, Tight End, Notre Dame
47. St. Louis Rams- Christian Ballard, Defensive Lineman, Iowa
48. Oakland Raiders- Johnny Patrick, Cornerback, Louisville
49. Jacksonville Jaguars- Rahim Moore, Safety, UCLA
50. San Diego Chargers- Randall Cobb, Wide Receiver, Kentucky
51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Greg Jones, Middle Linebacker, Michigan State
52. New York Giants- Mason Foster, Outside Linebacker, Washington
53. Indianapolis Colts- Derek Sherrod, Offensive Tackle, Mississippi State
54. Philadelphia Eagles- Mikel LeShoure, Running Back, Illinois
55. Kansas City Chiefs- Leonard Hankerson, Wide Receiver, Miami (Fl)
56. New Orleans Saints- Allen Bailey, Defensive End, Miami (Fl)
57. Seattle Seahawks- Marcus Cannon, Offensive Guard, Texas Christian
58. Baltimore Ravens- Torrey Smith, Wide Receiver, Maryland
59. Atlanta Falcons- Titus Young, Wide Receiver, Boise State
60. New England Patriots- James Brewer, Offensive Tackle, Indiana
61. Washington Redskins (via SD f/NYJ)- Ryan Williams, Running Back, Virginia Tech
62. Chicago Bears- Jurrell Casey, Defensive Tackle, Southern California
63. Pittsburgh Steelers- Davon House, Cornerback, New Mexico State
64. Green Bay Packers- Martez Wilson, Outside Linebacker, Illinois

Round 3

65. Carolina Panthers- Lance Kendricks, Tight End, Wisconsin
66. Seattle Seahawks (via CIN)- Curtis Brown, Cornerback, Texas
67. Denver Broncos- Jarvis Jenkins, Defensive Tackle, Clemson
68. Buffalo Bills- Orlando Franklin, Offensive Tackle, Miami (Fl)
69. Arizona Cardinals- Dontay Moch, Outside Linebacker, Nevada
70. Cleveland Browns- Greg Little, Wide Receiver, North Carolina
71. Dallas Cowboys- Marcus Gilchrist, Safety, Clemson
72. Kansas City Chiefs (via NE via NO f/WAS)- Kenrick Ellis, Defensive Tackle, Hampton
73. Houston Texans- Greg Salas, Wide Receiver, Hawaii
74. New England Patriots (via MIN)- Stefen Wisniewski, Offensive Lineman, Penn State
75. Detroit Lions- Clint Boling, Offensive Lineman, Georgia
76. San Francisco 49ers- Ricky Stanzi, Quarterback, Iowa
77. Tennessee Titans- Greg Romeus, Defensive End, Pittsburgh
78. St. Louis Rams- Kendall Hunter, Running Back, Oklahoma State
79. Miami Dolphins- Sam Acho, Outside Linebacker, Texas
80. Jacksonville Jaguars- Vincent Brown, Wide Receiver, San Diego State
81. Oakland Raiders- Rodney Hudson, Offensive Lineman, Florida State
82. San Diego Chargers- Chris Carter, Outside Linebacker, Fresno State
83. New York Giants- Drake Nevis, Defensive Tackle, Louisiana State
84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Shareece Wright, Cornerback, Southern California
85. Philadelphia Eagles- Colin McCarthy, Outside Linebacker, Miami (Fl)
86. New England Patriots (via KC)- Mark Herzlich, Outside Linebacker, Boston College
87. Indianapolis Colts- Will Rackley, Offensive Guard, Lehigh
88. New Orleans Saints- KJ Wright, Outside Linebacker, Mississippi State
89. San Diego Chargers (via SEA)- John Moffitt, Offensive Lineman, Wisconsin
90. Baltimore Ravens- Brandon Burton, Cornerback, Utah
91. Atlanta Falcons- Lee Ziemba, Offensive Lineman, Auburn
92. New England Patriots- Terrell McClain, Defensive Lineman, South Florida
93. Chicago Bears- Quan Sturdivant, Middle Linebacker, North Carolina
94. New York Jets- Cliff Matthews, Outside Linebacker, South Carolina
95. Pittsburgh Steelers- Marcus Gilbert, Offensive Tackle, Florida
96. Green Bay Packers- Jerrel Jernigan, Wide Receiver, Troy
97. Carolina Panthers- Sione Fua, Defensive Tackle, Stanford

T-RICH49
04-25-2011, 11:52 AM
Akeem Ayers soft label scares me.Justin Houston would be better IMO if we're going OLB in the 1st.love the rest of KC's draft though

Brown Leader
04-25-2011, 11:58 AM
Solid for the Browns but I have my doubts that the first two are the guys our FO wants. Quinn may not be big enough as Holmgren as always preferred bigger guys outside and inside. Paea might be too much like Rubin-a quality run defender who offers little as a rusher. Love G.Little but I don't think he'll make it out the 2nd round.

ChicagoBearsVet23
04-25-2011, 12:01 PM
Good pick in Carimi. Id take Martez Wilson in the 2nd and Jernigan in the 3rd.

Vaylor
04-25-2011, 03:45 PM
Wilkerson's bigger size would make him be a much better fit than Jordan at #24 for the Patriots.

Sherrod @ #33 and Ryan Williams at #60 is a much better combo than Ingram and Brewer.

Herzlich shouldn't be drafted before the 5th and the Patriots don't need to take 2 DL in this draft.

akvikefan89
04-25-2011, 03:47 PM
I love getting Gabbert and Clayborn, but I hate how much we gave up in the trade.

wicket
04-25-2011, 04:30 PM
I love the saints trade up in that situation.

I dont hate the bailey pick (although I have him in a 4-3) becuz of value but Martez Wilson is an infinately bettr pick.

I like Quan Sturdivant quite a bit more than KJ Wright. Also the need @WLB is just as big as @SLB

zachsaints52
04-25-2011, 04:31 PM
I dont know how I feel about the Saints draft. I think I really like it though. We just have 2 Boom or Bust type guys, but if they both Boom..... Wow.

Pat Sims 90
04-25-2011, 09:00 PM
Green and Dalton are great picks for the Bengals.

49erNation85
04-25-2011, 09:41 PM
Solid 3 rounds for SF!Love all the picks except for Aldon Smith,I just hope he character concerns lift out of him in the pros.Still think tho if we trade we can land a top tier QB instead.

Seasonticketholder
04-25-2011, 10:29 PM
Martez Wilson sucks. Fairley would be unbelievable value though I am trying to figure out what the Saints would actually do in that situation. given that Fairley is expected to be gone, I don't know how they feel about him.

StrikeAnywhere
04-25-2011, 11:55 PM
Agree with njx9. Denver trading down and missing out on Paea is a very bad move. If he's on the board they pull the trigger. Trading down for a pick in next years draft at all is a bad idea for us. We don't have a full compliment of picks in this years draft. If we trade down, compensation would have to be made in the current draft for it to be worthwhile for us. Rudolph is also a bad pick, we don't use pass catching TE's in our offense, plus this guys has been injured his whole career. We have enough injury concerns without that. And if you look at Foxes history of drafting, he won't take a TE this high. If we draft a TE it won't be before the 3rd... more likely the 6th.

With Dareus and Paea, then the 3rd pick at 46 should be Rahim Moore, Mason Foster, Derek Sherrod, or Allen Bailey. Although I would love for all their picks to be defense, realistically at least one of their first 4 picks will go to the offenseive side of the ball and in that case Sherrod is an incredible value at our offenses biggest area of need (RT). That would be tough to pass up.

In the 3rd the pick could be one of many directions depending on what happened before it. Quan Sturdivant would fit well, or if Foster or Moore were taken then realistically it could be a tackle or RB... possibly a TE if the right guy is there. Who that 'right guy' is, I don't know.