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Shane P. Hallam
04-27-2011, 07:21 PM
Only real trade prediction is someone moving up to 15 to nab Locker.

Hopefully I didn't royally screw up anywhere. It came out a bit odd, but hey, draft day is a bit odd, right?

Round 1
1. Carolina (2-14) – Cam Newton QB/Auburn
2. Denver (4-12) – Von Miller LB/Texas A&M
3. Buffalo (4-12) – Marcell Dareus DT/Alabama
4. Cincinnati (4-12) – AJ Green WR/Georgia
5. Arizona (5-11) – Patrick Peterson CB/LSU
6. Cleveland (5-11) – Nick Fairley DT/Auburn
7. San Francisco (6-10) – Aldon Smith LB/Missouri
8. Tennessee (6-10) – Blaine Gabbert QB/Missouri
9. Dallas (6-10) – Prince Amukamara CB/Nebraska
10. Washington (6-10) – Julio Jones WR/Alabama
11. Houston (6-10) – Robert Quinn LB/North Carolina
12. Minnesota (6-10) – Tyron Smith OT/USC
13. Detroit (6-10) – Jimmy Smith CB/Colorado
14. St. Louis (7-9) – Corey Liuget DT/Illinois
15. Miami (7-9) – Jake Locker QB/Washington
16. Jacksonville (8-8) – JJ Watt DE/Wisconsin
17. New England (f/ OAK) (8-8) – Mike Pouncey OG/Florida
18. San Diego (9-7) – Cameron Jordan DE/Cal
19. New York Giants (10-6) – Anthony Castonzo OT/Boston College
20. Tampa Bay (10-6) – Da’Quan Bowers DE/Clemson
21. Kansas City* (10-6) – Ryan Kerrigan LB/Purdue
22. Indianapolis* (10-6) – Nate Solder OT/Colorado
23. Philadelphia* (10-6) – Gabe Carimi OT/Wisconsin
24. New Orleans* (11-5) – Muhammad Wilkerson DT/Temple
25. Seattle* (7-9) – Danny Watkins OG/Baylor
26. Baltimore* (12-4) – Mark Ingram RB/Alabama
27. Atlanta* (13-3) – Adrian Clayborn DE/Iowa
28. New England* (14-2) – Stephen Paea DE/Oregon State
29. Chicago* (11-5) – Marvin Austin DT/North Carolina
30. New York Jets* (11-5) – Akeem Ayers LB/UCLA
31. Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Cameron Heyward DE/Ohio State
32. Green Bay* (10-6) – Brooks Reed LB/Arizona


Round 2
1. New England - from Carolina (2-14) – Ras-I Dowling DB/Virginia
2. Buffalo (4-12) – Christian Ponder QB/Florida State
3. Cincinnati (4-12) – Ryan Williams RB/Virginia Tech
4. Denver (4-12) – Christian Ballard DT/Iowa
5. Cleveland (5-11) – Justin Houston DE/Georgia
6. Arizona (5-11) – Derek Sherrod OL/Mississippi State
7. Tennessee (6-10) – Terrell McClain DT/USF
8. Dallas (6-10) – Orlando Franklin OT/Miami
9. Washington (6-10) – Colin Kaepernick QB/Nevada
10. Houston (6-10) – Brandon Harris CB/Miami
11. Minnesota (6-10) – Ryan Mallett QB/Arkansas
12. Detroit (6-10) – Bruce Carter LB/North Carolina
13. San Francisco (6-10) – Andy Dalton QB/TCU
14. Denver - from Miami (7-9) – Kyle Rudolph TE/Notre Dame
15. St. Louis (7-9) – Jonathan Baldwin WR/Pittsburgh
16. Oakland (8-8) – Davon House CB/New Mexico State
17. Jacksonville (8-8) – Rahim Moore S/UCLA
18. San Diego (9-7) – Jabaal Sheard LB/Pittsburgh
19. Tampa Bay (10-6) - Lance Kendricks TE/Wisconsin
20. New York Giants (10-6) – Martez Wilson LB/Illinois
21. Indianapolis* (10-6) – Drake Nevis DT/LSU
22. Philadelphia* (10-6) – Aaron Williams S/Texas
23. Kansas City* (10-6) – Phil Taylor DT/Baylor
24. New Orleans* (11-5) – Mason Foster LB/Washington
25. Seattle* (7-9) – Leonard Hankerson WR/Miami
26. Baltimore* (12-4) – Allen Bailey DE/Miami
27. Atlanta* (13-3) – Jerrel Jernigan WR/Troy
28. New England* (14-2) – Sam Acho LB/Texas
29. San Diego - from New York Jets* (11-5) – Torrey Smith WR/Maryland
30. Chicago* (11-5) – Clint Boling OG/Georgia
31. Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Curtis Brown CB/Texas
32. Green Bay* (10-6) – Mikel Leshoure RB/Illinois





Round 3
1. Carolina (2-14) – Randall Cobb WR/Kentucky
2. Cincinnati (4-12) – Jaiquawn Jarrett S/Temple
3. Denver (4-12) – Kendall Hunter RB/Oklahoma State
4. Buffalo (4-12) - Greg Salas WR/Hawaii
5. Arizona (5-11) – Luke Stocker TE/Tennessee
6. Cleveland (5-11) – Titus Young WR/Boise State
7. Dallas (6-10) – Jurrell Casey DE/USC
8. New Orleans - from Washington (6-10) – Greg Romeus DE/Pittsburgh
9. Houston (6-10) – Jarvis Jenkins DE/Clemson
10. New England - from Minnesota (6-10) – Denarius Moore WR/Tennessee
11. Detroit (6-10) – Jason Pinkston OT/Pittsburgh
12. San Francisco (6-10) – Johnny Patrick CB/Louisville
13. Tennessee (6-10) – Stefen Wisniewski OG/Penn State
14. St. Louis (7-9) – Chykie Brown CB/Texas
15. Miami (7-9) – Taiwan Jones RB/Eastern Washington
16. Jacksonville (8-8) – Edmond Gates WR/Abilene Christian
17. Oakland (8-8) – Rodney Hudson C/Florida State
18. San Diego (9-7) – James Carpenter OT/Alabama
19. New York Giants (10-6) – DeMarco Murray RB/Oklahoma
20. Tampa Bay (10-6) – Quan Sturdivant LB/North Carolina
21. Philadelphia* (10-6) – Quinton Carter S/Oklahoma
22. Kansas City* (10-6) – Greg Little WR/North Carolina
23. Indianapolis* (10-6) – Mark Herzlich LB/Boston College
24. New Orleans* (11-5) – Daniel Thomas RB/Kansas State
25. San Diego - from Seattle* (7-9) – Kenrick Ellis DT/Hampton
26. Baltimore* (12-4) – Brandon Burton CB/Utah
27. Atlanta* (13-3) – Will Rackley OG/Lehigh
28. New England* (14-2) – James Brewer OT/Indiana
29. Chicago* (11-5) – Tyler Sash S/Iowa
30. New York Jets* (11-5) - Lawrence Guy DE/Arizona State
31. Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Marcus Gilbert OT/Florida
32. Green Bay* (10-6) – John Moffitt OG/Wisconsin
33. Carolina (compensatory) – DJ Williams TE/Arkansas






Round 4
1. Carolina (2-14) – Jah Reid OT/UCF
2. Seattle - from New England via Denver (4-12) – Pernell McPhee DE/Mississippi State
3. Buffalo (4-12) – Virgil Green TE/Nevada
4. Cincinnati (4-12) – Ricky Stanzi QB/Iowa
5. Cleveland (5-11) – Curtis Marsh CB/Utah State
6. Arizona (5-11) – Dontay Moch LB/Nevada
7. Philadelphia - from Washington (6-10) – Jordan Todman RB/UConn
8. Houston (6-10) – Niles Paul WR/Nebraska
9. Minnesota (6-10) – Colin McCarthy LB/Miami
10. Detroit (6-10) – Tandon Doss WR/Indiana
11. San Francisco (6-10) – Jalil Brown CB/Colorado
12. Tennessee (6-10) – Dwayne Harris WR/ECU
13. Dallas (6-10) – Chris Carter LB/Fresno State
14. Miami (7-9) – Kris O’Dowd C/USC
15. St. Louis (7-9) – Lawrence Wilson LB/UConn
16. Oakland (8-8) – DeAndre McDaniel S/Clemson
17. Jacksonville (8-8) – Chimdi Chekwa CB/Ohio State
18. San Francisco - from San Diego (9-7) – Casey Matthews LB/Oregon
19. Tampa Bay (10-6) – Marcus Gilchrist S/Clemson
20. New York Giants (10-6) – Shareece Wright CB/USC
21. Kansas City* (10-6) – Chris Hairston OT/Clemson
22. Indianapolis* (10-6) – Josh Thomas CB/Buffalo
23. Philadelphia* (10-6) – Greg Jones LB/Michigan State
24. Jacksonville - from New Orleans* (11-5) – Julius Thomas TE/Portland State
25. Buffalo - from Seattle* (7-9) – Kenny Rowe LB/Oregon
26. Baltimore* (12-4) – Ahmad Black S/Florida
27. Atlanta* (13-3) – Shane Vereen RB/Cal
28. New England* (14-2) – Jacquizz Rodgers RB/Oregon State
29. New York Jets* (11-5) – Deunta Williams S/North Carolina
30. Chicago* (11-5) – Willie Smith OT/ECU
31. Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Dion Lewis RB/Pittsburgh
32. Green Bay* (10-6) – Nate Irving LB/NC State
33. Tennessee (compensatory) – Kelvin Sheppard LB/LSU
34. Green Bay (compensatory) – Ronald Johnson WR/USC






Round 5
1. Carolina (2-14) – Sione Fua DT/Stanford
2. Buffalo (4-12) – Jordan Cameron TE/USC
3. Cincinnati (4-12) – Stephen Schilling OG/Michigan
4. Kansas City - from Tampa Bay via Denver (4-12) – Marcus Cannon OG/TCU
5. Arizona (5-11) – Alex Linnenkohl C/Oregon State
6. Cleveland (5-11) – Cliff Matthews DE/South Carolina
7. Houston (6-10) – Ian Williams DT/Notre Dame
8. Minnesota (6-10) – Ricky Elmore DE/Arizona
9. Kansas City - from Detroit (6-10) – Mike Mohamed LB/Cal
10. San Francisco (6-10) – Cecil Shorts WR/Mount Union
11. Tennessee (6-10) – Robert Sands S/West Virginia
12. Dallas (6-10) – Jeron Johnson S/Boise State
13. Washington (6-10) - KJ Wright LB/Mississippi State
14. St. Louis (7-9) – Derrick Locke RB/Kentucky
15. Miami (7-9) – Vincent Brown WR/San Diego State
16. Jacksonville (8-8) – Daniel Kilgore OG/Appalachian State
17. Oakland (8-8) – DeMarcus Van Dyke CB/Miami
18. Philadelphia - from San Diego (9-7) – Karl Klug DT/Iowa
19. Minnesota - from New York Giants (10-6) – Jerrell Powe DT/Ole Miss
20. Tampa Bay (10-6) – Rashad Carmichael CB/Virginia Tech
21. Indianapolis* (10-6) – Kendric Burney CB/North Carolina
22. Philadelphia* (10-6) – David Arkin OG/Missouri State
23. Detroit - from Kansas City* (10-6) – Mark LeGree S/Appalachian State
24. Washington - from New Orleans* (11-5) – Roy Helu RB/Nebraska
25. Seattle* (7-9) – Brandon Hogan CB/West Virginia
26. Seattle - from Baltimore* (12-4) – Joseph Barksdale OT/LSU
27. Atlanta* (13-3) – Chris Culliver DB/South Carolina
28. New England* (14-2) – Zach Hurd OG/UConn
29. Chicago* (11-5) – Terrence Tolliver WR/LSU
30. New York Jets* (11-5) – Stephen Burton WR/West Texas A&M
31. Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Pierre Allen DE/Nebraska
32. Green Bay* (10-6) – Cortez Allen DB/Citadel
33. Baltimore (compensatory) – Kris Durham WR/Georgia
34. Baltimore (compensatory) – Ugo Chinasa LB/Oklahoma State




Round 6
1. Carolina (2-14) – Eric Hagg S/Nebraska
2. Cincinnati (4-12) – Buster Skrine CB/Chattanooga
3. Cleveland - from Denver (4-12) – Jarriel King OT/South Carolina
4. Buffalo (4-12) – Jonad Mouton LB/Michigan
5. Cleveland (5-11) – Weslye Saunders TE/South Carolina
6. Arizona (5-11) – Andrew Jackson OG/Fresno State
7. Minnesota (6-10) – Andre Holmes WR/Hillsdale
8. Seattle - from Detroit (6-10) – Greg McElroy QB/Alabama
9. San Francisco (6-10) – Lee Ziemba OT/Auburn
10. Tennessee (6-10) – Zane Taylor OG/Utah
11. Dallas (6-10) – Brandon Fusco C/Slippery Rock
12. Washington (6-10) – Zane Parr DE/Virginia
13. Houston (6-10) – Richard Sherman CB/Stanford
14. Miami (7-9) – Rob Housler TE/FAU
15. Baltimore - from St. Louis (7-9) – David Carter DE/UCLA
16. Oakland (8-8) – TJ Yates QB/North Carolina
17. Jacksonville (8-8) - Pat Devlin QB/Delaware
18. San Diego (9-7) – Da’Rel Scott RB/Maryland
19. Arizona - from Philadelphia via Tampa Bay (10-6) – Delone Carter RB/Syracuse
20. New York Giants (10-6) – Martin Parker DT/Richmond
21. Denver - from Detroit via Philadelphia* (10-6) – Mario Fannin RB/Auburn
22. Tampa Bay - from Kansas City* (10-6) – Cameron Bradfield OG/Grand Valley State
23. Indianapolis* (10-6) – Nathan Enderle QB/Idaho
24. Denver - from New England via New Orleans* (11-5) – Tim Barnes C/Missouri
25. San Francisco - from Seattle* (7-9) – Cedric Thornton DE/Southern Aransas
26. Baltimore* (12-4) – Akeem Dent LB/Georgia
27. Atlanta* (13-3) – Garrett Chisolm OT/South Carolina
28. New England* (14-2) – Scott Lutrus LB/UConn
29. New York Jets* (11-5) – Justin Rogers CB/Richmond
30. Chicago* (11-5) – Dane Sanzenbacher WR/Ohio State
31. Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Keith Wlliams OG/Nebraska
32. Green Bay* (10-6) – Ross Homan LB/Ohio State
33. New York Giants (compensatory) – Jeremy Kerley WR/TCU
34. Kansas City (compensatory) – Ryan Bartholomew C/Suracus
35. Minnesota (compensatory) – Ray Dominguez OG/Arkansas
36. San Diego (compensatory) – Charles Clay TE/Tulsa
37. New York Giants (compensatory) – Mike McNeil TE/Nebraska
38. Carolina (compensatory) – Alex Henery K/Nebraska






Round 7
1. Green Bay - from Carolina (2-14) – Charlie Gantt TE/Michigan State
2. Detroit - from Denver (4-12) – Allen Bradford RB/USC
3. Buffalo (4-12) – Shiloh Keo S/Idaho
4. Cincinnati (4-12) – Kai Forbath K/UCLA
5. New York Jets - from Arizona (5-11) -
6. Seattle - from Cleveland (5-11) – Chris Conte S/Cal
7. Atlanta - from Detroit (6-10) – Tom Keiser LB/Stanford
8. San Francisco (6-10) – Owen Marecic FB/Stanford
9. Tennessee (6-10) – Korey Lindsay-Woods CB/S. Illinois
10. Washington (6-10) – Isaiah Abdul Quddus S/Fordham
11. Houston (6-10) – Joe Lefeged S/Rutgers
12. Minnesota (6-10) – Alex Wujciak LB/Maryland
13. St. Louis (7-9) – Lee Smith TE/Marshall
14. Miami (7-9) – Alex Green RB/Hawaii
15. Miami - from Jacksonville (8-8) – Chris White LB/Mississippi State
16. Oakland (8-8) – Deandre Brown WR/Southern Miss
17. Dallas - from San Diego (9-7) – Jamie Harper RB/Clemson
18. New York Giants (10-6) – Chas Henry P/Florida
19. Tampa Bay (10-6) – Noel Devine RB/West Virginia
20. Kansas City* (10-6) – Tyrod Taylor QB/Virginia Tech
21. Washington - from Indianapolis* (10-6) – Jake Kirkpatrick C/TCU
22. Baltimore - from Philadelphia* (10-6) – Chris Neild DE/West Virginia
23. New Orleans* (11-5) – Darvin Adams WR/Auburn
24. Philadelphia - from Seattle* (7-9) – Aldrick Robinson WR/SMU
25. St. Louis - from Baltimore* (12-4) – Stanley Havili FB/USC
26. Atlanta* (13-3) – Mario Butler CB/Georgia Tech
27. Atlanta - from New England* (14-2) – Tori Gurley WR/South Carolina
28. San Francisco - from Detroit via New York Jets* (11-5) – Bilal Powell RB/Louisville
29. Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Byron Stingily OT/Louisville
30. Green Bay* (10-6) – Anthony Sherman FB/UConn
31. San Diego (compensatory) – Da’Norris Searcy S/North Carolina
32. Miami (compensatory) – Kevin Kowalski C/Toledo
33. Minnesota (compensatory) – Johnny White RB/North Carolina
34. Philadelphia (compensatory) – Doug Hogue LB/Syracuse
35. Tampa Bay (compensatory) – Will Hill S/Florida
36. San Francisco (compensatory) – Bruce Miller LB/UCF
37. Philadelphia (compensatory) – Chris Rucker CB/Michigan State
38. Oakland (compensatory) – DeJon Gomes S/Nebraska
39. Seattle (compensatory) – Stevan Ridley RB/LSU
40. New Orleans (compensatory) – David Mims OT/Virginia Union
41. Carolina (compensatory) – Brian Rolle LB/Ohio State
42. Buffalo (compensatory) – Nick Bellore LB/Central Michigan
43. Cincinnati (compensatory) – Brandon Bair DT/Oregon
44. Denver (compensatory) – Justin Boren OG/Ohio State
45. Cleveland (compensatory) – Darren Evans RB/Virginia Tech
46. Arizona (compensatory) – Josh Bynes LB/Auburn
47. San Francisco (compensatory) – Bryant Browning OG/Ohio State
48. Tennessee (compensatory) – Chris Neild DE/West Virginia
49. Dallas (compensatory) – Ryan Jones CB/Northwest Missouri State
50. Washington (compensatory) – Jason Kelce C/Cincinnati
51. Houston (compensatory) – Maurice Hurt OG/Florida

stephenson86
04-27-2011, 07:22 PM
This upsets me. :(

I ******* HATE GABBERT.

Matthew Jones
04-27-2011, 07:25 PM
Paea? Really?

coordinator0
04-27-2011, 07:44 PM
I know you're a Steelers fan, so that probably explains the horridness of the Ravens mock.

ViperVisor
04-27-2011, 07:54 PM
Would be nice if 49ers can trade down and still help the defense.

Just need 1 team to love either Blaine Gabbert as the #1 QB or Prince/Julio as the #1B at their position. Or maybe they want Aldon Smith more than us.

GoRavens
04-27-2011, 07:59 PM
Baltimore* (12-4) – Mark Ingram RB/Alabama

26. Baltimore* (12-4) – Allen Bailey DE/Miami

26. Baltimore* (12-4) – Brandon Burton CB/Utah

26. Baltimore* (12-4) – Ahmad Black S/Florida

33. Baltimore (compensatory) – Kris Durham WR/Georgia
34. Baltimore (compensatory) – Ugo Chinasa LB/Oklahoma State





15. Baltimore - from St. Louis (7-9) – David Carter DE/UCLA

26. Baltimore* (12-4) – Akeem Dent LB/Georgia

22. Baltimore - from Philadelphia* (10-6) – Chris Neild DE/West Virginia


Besides Ingram, this is horrible.
Bailey is a good project, but not with Torrey Smith still there.
Burton isn't special, but I do like Ahmad Black, but not that high at all.
Durham? Seriously? Chinasa is good but all the other picks are mucky poop

coordinator0
04-27-2011, 08:02 PM
Besides Ingram, this is horrible.
Bailey is a good project, but not with Torrey Smith still there.
Burton isn't special, but I do like Ahmad Black, but not that high at all.
Durham? Seriously? Chinasa is good but all the other picks are mucky poop

With Ingram it's a bad mock. I don't think he provides more than Rice does nor is he a good compliment for him.

proshoota25
04-27-2011, 08:02 PM
dont see that patriots draft at all.

akvikefan89
04-27-2011, 08:02 PM
I like the Vikings mock.

zachsaints52
04-27-2011, 08:33 PM
Dont like the Thomas pick, but the rest of the Saints is good!

49erNation85
04-27-2011, 08:54 PM
A solid sf mock.Tho in the end I hope we grab a good qb with a better arm.But he should do alright.Aldon Smith seems to be alittle for me in the first round.But the seven round mock is a solid one.Nice work overall.

NotRickJames
04-27-2011, 09:02 PM
I don't like the Raiders taking two corners - especially Van Dyke, who I hate as a player.

prock
04-27-2011, 09:03 PM
I love the Vikes mock except Smith in the first. I don't think he is the kind of blocker we are looking for. But hell, he is an improvement to our line and I would take that.

J-Mike88
04-27-2011, 09:19 PM
I love the Vikes mock except Smith in the first. I don't think he is the kind of blocker we are looking for. But hell, he is an improvement to our line and I would take that.
I would love to see you guys take Tyron Smith to be your right or left tackle.
But I would not like to see you guys get Mallett in round 2. That would be a steal.....

Duffman57
04-27-2011, 09:20 PM
Good overall mock for SD. I have a few minor changes, but most are same position, different guys.

With #50, i take Martez Wilson over Sheard all the time, great rush LB prospect with exp rushing out of a 2 pt stance and elite burst.

With our two 3rd round picks, i take Carpenter over Gilbert, but either one would work at RT/G with us. And i seriously doubt we take the guy with some problems at a position of very small need in Ellis, though i do like him. There, i take Brandon Burton and run away with that pick.

In the 7th, i like Byron Maxwell there, elite ST's player for a team that struggled with ST's coverage last year.

T-RICH49
04-27-2011, 09:21 PM
21. Kansas City* (10-6) Ryan Kerrigan LB/Purdue
23. Kansas City* (10-6) Phil Taylor DT/Baylor
22. Kansas City* (10-6) Greg Little WR/North Carolina
21. Kansas City* (10-6) Chris Hairston OT/Clemson
4. Kansas City - from Tampa Bay via Denver (4-12) Marcus Cannon OG/TCU
9. Kansas City - from Detroit (6-10) Mike Mohamed LB/Cal
34. Kansas City (compensatory) Ryan Bartholomew C/Suracus
20. Kansas City* (10-6) Tyrod Taylor QB/Virginia Tech


all in all solid.I don't like the Taylor Pick.would prefer to nab one in RD 6 the go Bilal Powell in the 7th since RB will need to be addressed

J-Mike88
04-27-2011, 09:24 PM
all in all solid.I don't like the Taylor Pick.would prefer to nab one in RD 6 the go Bilal Powell in the 7th since RB will need to be addressed
That's a homerun draft for the Chiefs he has there, especially those first 3 picks.
Plus Cannon.

Mikal5
04-27-2011, 09:37 PM
You and I clearly have very different ideas of value and need. Stickng strictly to my teams draft, the Falcons really don't have any immediate needs, In spite of what many people say. I wouldn't be too upset at the thought of selecting Clayborn in the first, but I'm not necessarily of the opinion that he'll be available. They'll probably just take the best player available and build for the future.

I can agree with Jerigan and Vereen (though I don't think Vereen will be available) A little game breaking speed on both the special teams and offense would help.

I don;t really know enough about the other prospects to make an intelligent comments on them. But adding depth to the offensive line, linebacking corp. and defensive backfield is always helpful. Especially with guys like Todd McClure, Todd Weiner and Mike Peterson getting on in years.

stl9erfan
04-27-2011, 09:49 PM
That's the first time in a while I've seen the Niners taking Aldon Smith at 7. Possible, I guess, but if they go pass rusher there, I'd expect Quinn would be the choice.

Pitt
04-27-2011, 10:08 PM
31. Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Cameron Heyward DE/Ohio State
31. Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Curtis Brown CB/Texas
31. Pittsburgh* (12-4) – James Carpenter OT/Alabama
31. Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Dion Lewis RB/Pittsburgh

Fingers will be crossed it turns out like this for the Steelers. All likely picks if on the board.

Seasonticketholder
04-27-2011, 10:16 PM
Mark Ingram over Muhammad Wilkerson
Kenrick Ellis over Daniel Thomas
Phillip Livas over Darvin Adams

The rest of the draft for the Saints is fine.

thebow305
04-27-2011, 10:29 PM
Wow, thanks Shane! I'd be VERY pleased with that Dolphins draft! Nice work on the 7 rounder!

derza222
04-27-2011, 10:35 PM
Not bad for the Jets, don't love all of the players but I think it's realistic based on what the rumors around the team seem to indicate. You did leave the 7th round pick straight up blank though.

Nandoss
04-27-2011, 11:15 PM
If the Patriots pass on Kerrigan to draft Pouncey something is going to get thrown out the window.
If they get Paea when there's Heyward and Reed on the board I might jump out the window.
The next day at the hospital, if I see Ras-I Dowling being picked when we still need a pass rusher, RB and a god OL instead of an overrated one I'll suffocate myself with my IV.

J-Mike88
04-27-2011, 11:25 PM
If the Patriots pass on Kerrigan to draft Pouncey something is going to get thrown out the window.
If they get Paea when there's Heyward and Reed on the board I might jump out the window.
The next day at the hospital, if I see Ras-I Dowling being picked when we still need a pass rusher, RB and a god OL instead of an overrated one I'll suffocate myself with my IV.
Take out some life insurance Thursday morning.

Nalej
04-27-2011, 11:30 PM
I'm curious about the Paea over Heyward thought.
Could you share your thoughts on that?

Dam8610
04-28-2011, 12:02 AM
I guarantee the Colts WILL NOT pick Nate Solder. I am so confident that it won't happen that I will let you make me a Solder related sig that I will put up for a month if it happens (as I root for the lockout to continue in perpetuity). The pick is Carimi or Sherrod there, based on what you have left. Drake Nevis is a bit of a reach IMO and Rodney Hudson would be a better fit and choice in Round 2. Herzlich is a terrible Colts pick, they have 5 capable LBs, James Carpenter fits much better there. The Colts do not need a CB, but they do need a S, and Ahmad Black would make a much better pick there. Again in Round 5, the Colts do not need a CB, Derek Newton, Andrew Jackson, or Martin Parker would be a better pick here. I wouldn't at all mind Enderle in the 6th, but I think the Colts would be more inclined to take his teammate Keo there.

jCut
04-28-2011, 12:25 AM
Great job addressing Denver's putrid defense. Von Miller, not the best fit in a 4-3 and Christian Ballard, a DE / DT tweener. Horrible, just a horrible job of addressing our needs up the middle. We need SIZE, and lots of it.

TonyGfortheTD
04-28-2011, 01:13 AM
Outside of the final pick (Taylor isn't a QB Pioli would draft at all), best Chiefs mock I've seen this draft season. Replace Taylor with T.J. Yates and it's solid from start to end.

Smash28Dash34
04-28-2011, 02:11 AM
Not gonna lie the players you have mocked to the panthers in the 3rd and 4th rounds are actually really good. What I don't understand is the drafting of a kicker in the 6th round. We have 2 kickers on our roster, why waste a pick on one? Not a bad mock for them I can dig it. Except for Scam Newton lol.

Sveen
04-28-2011, 03:22 AM
Good job on the Saints. If I was the only calling the shots I probably wouldn't take Daniel Thomas, but I wouldn't be shocked to see him end up a Saint. Love the Mims pick in the 7th. Looks like a good developmental player.

BradysKnee
04-28-2011, 05:15 AM
You don't like New England much do you? lol

Pat Sims 90
04-28-2011, 05:21 AM
I don't see the Bengals waiting till the 4th round to address the QB position.

Brown Leader
04-28-2011, 05:35 PM
I don't dislike-especially if it's Little over Titus in the 3rd. I'd prefer a big physical slot WR and outside threat like Little. Young might prefer to play outside rather than roam the middle-and he'll be more exposed to the jam playing out there. You kind of gave up for the Browns after the 4th though.