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04-25-2011, 01:23 PM
1st Round

1. Carolina- Marcell Dareus- DT- Alabama
2. Denver- Von Miller- LB- Texas A&M
3. Buffalo- Cam Newton- QB- Auburn
4. Cincinnati- AJ Green- WR- Georgia
5. Arizona- Robert Quinn- DE- North Carolina
6. Cleveland- Julio Jones- WR- Alabama
7. San Francisco- Patrick Peterson- CB- LSU
8. Tennessee- Nick Fairly- DT- Auburn
9. Dallas- Cameron Jordan- DE- California
10. Washington- Blaine Gabbert- QB- Missouri
11. Houston- Prince Amukamara- CB- Nebraska
12. Minnesota- Aldon Smith- DE- Missouri
13. Detroit- Anthonly Castonzo- T- Boston College
14. St Louis- Ryan Kerrigan- DE- Purdue
15. Miami- Jake Locker- QB- Washington
16. Jacksonville- Jimmy Smity- CB- Colorado
17. New England- JJ Watt- DE- Wisconsin
18. San Diego- Adrian Clayborn- DE- Iowa
19. NY Giants- Gabe Carimi- T- Wisconsin
20. Tampa Bay- Da'Quan Bowers- DE- Clemson
21. Kansas City- Mike Pouncey- G/C- Florida
22. Indianapolis- Tyron Smith- T- USC
23. Philadelphia- Brandon Harris- CB- Miami
24. New Orleans- Cory Liuget- DT- Illinois
25. Seattle- Andy Dalton- QB- TCU
26. Baltimore- Cameron Heyward- DE- Ohio St
27. Atlanta- Justin Houston- DE- Georgia
28. New England- Brooks Reed- DE/LB- Arizona
29. Chicago- Marvin Austin - DT- North Carolina
30. NY Jets- Phil Taylor- DT- Baylor
31. Pittsburgh- Muhammad Wilkerson- DT- Temple
32. Green Bay- Christian Ballard- DE- Iowa

2nd Round

33. New England- Mark Ingram- RB- Alabama
34. Buffalo- Akeem Ayers- LB- UCLA
35. Cincinnati- Christian Ponder- QB- Florida St
36. Denver- Allen Bailey- DE- Miami
37. Cleveland- Stephen Paea- DT- Oregon St
38. Arizona- Martez Wilson- LB- Illinois
39. Tennessee- Torrey Smith- WR- Maryland
40. Dallas- Derek Sherrod- T- Mississippi St
41. Washington- Randall Cobb- WR- Kentucky
42. Houston- Rahim Moore- S- UCLA
43. Minnesota- Curtis Brown- CB- Texas
44. Detroit- Jabaal Sheard- DE- Pittsburgh
45. San Francisco- Colin Kaepernick- QB- Nevada
46. Denver- Kyle Rudolph- TE- Notre Dame
47. St Louis- Titus Young- WR- Boise St
48. Oakland- Johnny Patrick- CB- Louisville
49. Jacksonville- Ricky Stanzi- QB- Iowa
50. San Diego- Greg Little- WR- North Carolina
51. Tampa Bay- Chimidi Chekwa- CB- Ohio St
52. NY Giants- Jurrell Casey- DT- USC
53. Indianapolis- Jon Baldwin- WR- Pittsburgh
54. Philadelphia- Nate Solder- T- Colorado
55. Kansas City- Bruce Carter- LB- North Carolina
56. New Orleans- Mason Foster- LB- Washington
57. Seattle- Sam Acho- DE- Texas
58. Baltimore- Ras I Dowling- CB- Virginia Tech
59. Atlanta- Austin Pettis- WR- Boise St
60. New England- Rodney Hudson- G- Florida St
61. San Diego- Kenrick Ellis- DT- Hampton
62. Chicago- KJ Wright- LB- Mississippi St
63. Pittsburgh- James Carpenter- T/G- Alabama
64. Green Bay- Leonard Hankerson- WR- Miami

04-25-2011, 02:21 PM
Kendrick Ellis over Carter.NT is a major need.I'm ok with Pouncey in the 1st

K Train
04-25-2011, 02:35 PM
no aaron williams in the first two rounds?

i hate wilkerson to the steelers, and im not crazy about carpenter. one of dowling, williams, or brown need to be a steeler in 3 days

04-25-2011, 02:44 PM
Bears have to go OL in the 1st 2 rounds. It would also help if they didn't take a 4th round LB in the 2nd.

04-25-2011, 02:55 PM
First round pick works, not so sure about the 2nd round.....prolly best OL available.

Pat Sims 90
04-25-2011, 03:28 PM
Green and Ponder would be great for the Bengals.

04-25-2011, 04:30 PM
The second round Saints pick is awesome... First? No.

04-27-2011, 02:14 PM
This is the most interesting mock draft that I have seen this year. It isn't filled with cliches that everybody else is picking. Akeem Ayers to Buffalo is a good pick. He would be just right for their OLB combo spot in their Ravens-like defense, switching between the first and second level (like Jarrett Johnson in Baltimore).

The only real problem I have is Von Miller to Denver. He's strong and fast, but I'm not sure he's big enough (unlike fellow college 3-4 OLB Justin Houston) to play DE in a 4-3. I hope Miller goes to Arizona or San Francisco. He wants to play for his favorite team, namely Dallas, who also plays a 3-4. But somebody should have told him to partially take a dive in his workouts, because he won't drop down to the Cowboys.

Also concerning Denver, John Fox doesn't care about receiving tight ends like Kyle Rudolph. But maybe OC Mike McCoy will nag Fox into picking one.

04-27-2011, 02:47 PM
The second round Saints pick is awesome... First? No.

This although liuget is not shocking but a nt or an ut that also is useful in three man fronts are both from a dt perspective but just go heyward there