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Matthew Jones
11-01-2011, 06:45 PM
Had even more time before heading back home from campus, decided to make a two-round mock using the current NFL draft order as of today. If you're unhappy with where your team is picking, tell them to play better! A lot of teams got some crazy values in the second round of this draft, and a lot of quality prospects missed the cut. Should be an exciting draft this year!

November 1st Two-Round Mock Draft!

ROUND 1

1. Indianapolis Colts – QB Andrew Luck, Stanford*

2. Miami Dolphins – QB Matt Barkley, Southern California*

3. Arizona Cardinals – OT Matt Kalil, Southern California*

4. St. Louis Rams – WR Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma St.*

5. Carolina Panthers – CB Morris Claiborne, Louisiana St.*

6. Jacksonville Jaguars – WR Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina*

7. Minnesota Vikings – OT Jonathan Martin, Stanford*

8. Seattle Seahawks – RB Trent Richardson, Alabama*

9. Denver Broncos – QB Landry Jones, Oklahoma*

10. Washington Redskins – WR Michael Floyd, Notre Dame

11. Philadelphia Eagles – LB Manti Te’o, Notre Dame*

12. Cleveland Browns – DE Quinton Coples, North Carolina

13. Dallas Cowboys – CB Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama

14. Tennessee Titans – OG David DeCastro, Stanford*

15. Cleveland Browns (from Falcons) – OT Riley Reiff, Iowa*

16. New York Jets – NT Alameda Ta’amu, Washington

17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – LB Zach Brown, North Carolina

18. Kansas City Chiefs – C Peter Konz, Wisconsin*

19. Cincinnati Bengals (from Raiders) – CB Dre Kirkpatrick, Alabama*

20. New England Patriots – LB Courtney Upshaw, Alabama

21. San Diego Chargers – DE Vinny Curry, Marshall

22. Chicago Bears – OT Mike Adams, Ohio St.

23. Houston Texans – FS T.J. McDonald, Southern California*

24. New England Patriots (from Saints) – SS Mark Barron, Alabama

25. New York Giants – LB Luke Kuechly, Boston College*

26. Cincinnati Bengals – OG Cordy Glenn, Georgia

27. Baltimore Ravens – LB Vontaze Burfict, Arizona St.*

28. Detroit Lions – CB Alfonzo Dennard, Nebraska

29. Buffalo Bills – LB Ronnell Lewis, Oklahoma*

30. San Francisco 49ers – DT Jared Crick, Nebraska

31. Pittsburgh Steelers – NT Dontari Poe, Memphis*

32. Green Bay Packers – DT Devon Still, Penn St.

ROUND 2

33. Indianapolis Colts – DT Brandon Thompson, Clemson

34. Miami Dolphins – WR Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers*

35. St. Louis Rams – DT Jerel Worthy, Michigan St.*

36. Philadelphia Eagles (from Cardinals) – OT Andrew Datko, Florida St.

37. Jacksonville Jaguars – DE Melvin Ingram, South Carolina

38. Minnesota Vikings – WR Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M

39. Carolina Panthers – WR Dwight Jones, North Carolina

40. Denver Broncos – DT Josh Chapman, Alabama

41. Seattle Seahawks – QB Robert Griffin, Baylor*

42. Philadelphia Eagles – DE Brandon Jenkins, Florida St.*

43. Cleveland Browns – WR Nick Toon, Wisconsin

44. Dallas Cowboys – C Michael Brewster, Ohio St.

45. Washington Redskins – QB Ryan Tannehill, Texas A&M

46. Atlanta Falcons – TE Dwayne Allen, Clemson*

47. New York Jets – WR Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma

48. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – CB Stephon Gilmore, South Carolina*

49. Kansas City Chiefs – OT Levy Adcock, Oklahoma St.

50. New England Patriots (from Raiders) – CB Jayron Hosley, Virginia Tech*

51. New England Patriots – DT Kendall Reyes, Connecticut

52. San Diego Chargers – TE Michael Egnew, Missouri*

53. Chicago Bears – C Ben Jones, Georgia

54. Tennessee Titans – DE Donte Paige-Moss, North Carolina*

55. New Orleans Saints – LB Keenan Robinson, Texas

56. Houston Texans – WR Juron Criner, Arizona

57. Cincinnati Bengals – LB Dont’a Hightower, Alabama*

58. Baltimore Ravens – DE Devin Taylor, South Carolina*

59. Detroit Lions – OT Matt Reynolds, Brigham Young

60. Buffalo Bills – OT Zebrie Sanders, Florida St.

61. New York Giants – OG Ryan Miller, Colorado

62. San Francisco 49ers – CB Chase Minnifield, Virginia

63. Pittsburgh Steelers – OG Kelechi Osemele, Iowa St.

64. Green Bay Packers – DE Andre Branch, Clemson

Missed the cut:

QB Nick Foles, Arizona

RB Chris Polk, Washington*

RB LaMichael James, Oregon*

RB Doug Martin, Boise St.

WR Brian Quick, Appalachian St.

TE Coby Fleener, Stanford

OT Nate Potter, Boise St.

DT Kheeston Randall, Texas

DT Billy Winn, Boise St.

DT DaJohn Harris, Southern California

DE Cam Johnson, Virginia

DE Trevor Guyton, California

LB Chase Thomas, Stanford*

LB Lavonte David, Nebraska

LB Brandon Lindsey, Pittsburgh

LB Jonathan Massaquoi, Troy

CB Cliff Harris, Oregon*

CB Donnie Fletcher, Boston College

FS Markelle Martin, Oklahoma St.*

Giantsfan1080
11-01-2011, 06:50 PM
Love the Kuechly pick. I would have gone Fleener in the 2nd for us though. We don't really need a guard since Snee will be at RG for the forseeable future and we are grooming Petrus to be Diehl's replacement at LG. Miller would be a good depth pick but I'd rather give Eli a weapon in the Red Zone..

Pat Sims 90
11-01-2011, 06:52 PM
1st Round picks are fine.

Chris Polk in the 2nd for the Bengals.

tpkorhodes
11-01-2011, 07:09 PM
Peter Konz in the 1st for KC? What about Rodney Hudson who they took in the 2nd round last year to play center?

RCSooner
11-01-2011, 07:15 PM
The Bills are a great fit for "The Hammer".

vidae
11-01-2011, 08:14 PM
Center is far from a need in KC. We drafted Rodney Hudson in the second round last year to eventually replace Casey Wiegmann. Give us Kuechly or Taze there instead. The second round pick is good, if he can play RT. I don't know anything about him as a prospect.

rawdawg
11-01-2011, 08:28 PM
I will bet every dollar that I own that the Bears won't draft back-to-back OTs in the first round and won't spend 3 out of 4 top 2 round picks on OL by picking 2 OL this year.

Say what you want about the Bears OL, but they have probably been one of the top 5 run blocking OLs in the NFL this year. Forte's averaging a 3rd best 5.4 ypc, and that includes a terrible game vs. Green Bay. The Bears OTs are both 23. Their OGs are 26. If anything I'd say the Bears may draft a C early, but that may only be if Gabe Carimi's UW roommate, Peter Konz is on the board in the first.

indyfan1985
11-01-2011, 11:14 PM
Absolute perfect draft for the Colts!!! I think we have a great shot at getting Luck, and then getting NT Brandon Thompson in the 2nd puts the icing on the cake!

49erNation85
11-01-2011, 11:51 PM
Nice two round mock for sf more depth is always for young kids.But your order is just a pick early SF>Pitt

TACKLE
11-02-2011, 12:07 AM
love, love, love this ravens draft.

SickwithIt1010
11-02-2011, 12:14 AM
Te'o is falling a little bit with his play lately. Burfict or Kuechly would be better fits. Most likely Burfict just because his upside is better for the position you have them picking.

Idk about the DE pick in the 2nd round either? We dont need another DE. Give them Brewster.

Matthew Jones
11-02-2011, 07:15 AM
Love the Kuechly pick. I would have gone Fleener in the 2nd for us though. We don't really need a guard since Snee will be at RG for the forseeable future and we are grooming Petrus to be Diehl's replacement at LG. Miller would be a good depth pick but I'd rather give Eli a weapon in the Red Zone..

I considered Fleener but I just didn't know whether or not the Giants would value a tight end enough to draft one that high. There are some solid mid-round options this year that fall more in line with where they seem to value those guys.

Matthew Jones
11-02-2011, 07:15 AM
Peter Konz in the 1st for KC? What about Rodney Hudson who they took in the 2nd round last year to play center?

I keep forgetting they drafted Hudson to play center instead of guard. Thanks for reminding me. +rep.

Matthew Jones
11-02-2011, 07:16 AM
Center is far from a need in KC. We drafted Rodney Hudson in the second round last year to eventually replace Casey Wiegmann. Give us Kuechly or Taze there instead. The second round pick is good, if he can play RT. I don't know anything about him as a prospect.

Adcock seems like more of a right tackle to me. Doesn't have top-shelf athleticism. Not sure I buy Kuechly in a 3-4 considering his lack of ideal size/bulk and block-shedding ability.

Matthew Jones
11-02-2011, 07:18 AM
Nice two round mock for sf more depth is always for young kids.But your order is just a pick early SF>Pitt

That's based on the current draft order. Technically SF would pick behind PIT, but #31 always goes to the Super Bowl loser. Since GB and SF can't both play in the SB, I moved Pittsburgh ahead.

jCut
11-02-2011, 12:06 PM
Nice draft for Denver, but I'm pretty sure they'll be picking higher than 9th.

TimmG6376
11-02-2011, 12:14 PM
Not sure how I feel about Branch as a OLB conversion prospect but overall pretty good for the Pack.

K Train
11-02-2011, 12:35 PM
Nice two round mock for sf more depth is always for young kids.But your order is just a pick early SF>Pitt

SF=Pretenders

Trogdor
11-02-2011, 12:47 PM
I can dig Dallas's draft. Although Garrett has a 'RKG (right kind of guy)' culture so he'd have to interview extremely well.

derza222
11-02-2011, 07:54 PM
Not sure how I feel about this Jets' draft. On one hand I really like adding beef on the defensive line and a polished WR. Just not sure how much I buy the team actually deciding to make either pick.

Kenrick Ellis was drafted with the intention of grooming him to be the NT of the future, and once they started activating him he's played pretty well. The team knew he'd be raw coming out but once the technique issues get settled I think it's very realistic for him to potentially be a starter. Now if he and Ta'amu move around between NT and DE (Ellis started last week for Mike DeVito at end before getting banged up) then it makes a little more sense, but even then I think there look to be bigger needs (WR, OLB, OL, S) heading into next season. That said I do like building in the trenches and I know some of my fellow Jets fans disagree with me on Ellis.

Then with Broyles, he seems to profile best as a slot receiver at the next level which is a role Jeremy Kerley has been very proficient in thus far. For a team in need of help in the passing attack and on offense in general maybe it wouldn't hurt to draft a relatively polished wideout. But I think a guy who profiles as more of an outside receiver than Broyles (who could probably play outside too, but I think his best fit is in the slot) would make more sense if they decided to draft a WR.

stl9erfan
11-03-2011, 09:57 PM
Love the 2nd round Minnifield pick. In the first, I think I might prefer Sanu over Crick. WR is more of a need (depending on how FA goes). If Barron or TJ McDonald had slipped further, they would be options too.