View Full Version : New 2 round mock

11-12-2011, 12:40 PM
I decided to shake this one up a bit with a few “what ifs”. A lot of mocks at the moment have the same teams in the same places taking the same players so I decided to change it about.

1. Indianapolis Colts select Andrew Luck, QB Stanford

2. St Louis Rams select Matt Kalil, OT USC

3. Seattle Seahawks select Matt Barkley, QB USC

4. Miami Dolphins select Robert Griffin III, QB Baylor

5. Cleveland Browns select Justin Blackmon, WR Oklahoma State

6. Jacksonville Jaguars select Morris Claiborne, CB LSU

7. Washington Redskins select Landry Jones, QB Oklahoma

8. Minnesota Vikings select Jonathan Martin, OT Stanford

9. Carolina Panthers select Zach Brown, OLB UNC

10. Denver Broncos select Trent Richardson, RB Alabama

11. Arizona Cardinals select Mike Adams, OT Ohio State

12. San Diego Chargers select Courtney Upshaw, OLB Alabama

13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Manti Te’o, LB Notre Dame

14. Chicago Bears select David DeCastro, OG Stanford

15. Dallas Cowboys select Dre Kirkpatrick, CB Alabama

16. Kansas City Chiefs select Vontaze Burfict, LB ASU

17. Tennessee Titans select Quinton Coples, DE UNC

18. New England Patriots select Michael Floyd, WR Notre Dame

19. Buffalo Bills select Melvin Ingram, DE/OLB South Carolina

20. New England Patriots from New Orleans Saints select Janoris Jenkins, CB North Alabama

21. New York Giants select Luke Keuchly, LB Boston College

22. Pittsburgh Steelers select Dwayne Allen, TE Clemson

23. Cincinnati Bengals from Oakland Raiders select Peter Konz, OC Wisconsin

24. Detroit Lions select Alfonzo Dennard, CB Nebraska

25. New York Jets select Alshon Jeffrey, WR South Carolina

26. Philadelphia Eagles select Donta’ Hightower, LB Alabama

27. Baltimore Ravens select Mark Barron, S Alabama

28. Green Bay Packers select Vinny Curry, OLB Marshall

29. Cleveland Browns from Atlanta Falcons select Ryan Tannenhill, QB Texas A&M

30. Houston Texans select Dontari Poe, NT Memphis

31. Cincinnati Bengals select Cordy Glenn, OG Georgia

32. San Francisco 49ers select Chase Minnifield, CB Virginia

33. Indianapolis Colts select Reilly Reiff, OT Iowa

34. St Louis Rams select Lamar Miller, RB Miami

35. Seattle Seahawks select Brandon Thompson, DT Clemson

36. Miami Dolphins select TJ McDonald, S USC

37. Cleveland Browns select Audie Cole, LB NC State

38. Jacksonville Jaguars select Brandon Jenkins, DE FSU

39. Washington Redskins select Mohamed Sanu, WR Rutgers

40. Minnesota Vikings select Jeff Fuller, WR Texas A&M

41. Carolina Panthers select Alameda Ta’amu, DT Washington

42. Denver Broncos select Jayron Hosley, CB Virginia Tech

43. Philadelphia Eagles from Arizona Cardinals select Kelechi Osemele, OG Iowa State

44. San Diego Chargers select Zebrie Sanders, OT FSU

45. Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Casey Heyward, CB Vanderbilt

46. Chicago Bears select Ray Ray Armstrong, S Miami

47. Dallas Cowboys select Ben Jones, OC Georgia

48. Kansas City Chiefs select Devin Taylor, OLB South Carolina

49. Tennessee Titans select Mike Brewster, OC Ohio State

50. New England Patriots select Robert Lester, S Alabama

51. Buffalo Bills select Jarius Wright, WR Arkansas

52. New Orleans Saints select Billy Winn, DE Boise State

53. New York Giants select Jerel Worthy, DT Michigan State

54. Pittsburgh Steelers select DJ Fluker, OT Alabama

55. New England Patriots from Oakland Raiders select Nick Perry, OLB USC

56. Detroit Lions select Nate Potter, OT Boise State

57. New York Jets select Brandon Lindsey, OLB Pitt

58. Philadelphia Eagles select Devon Still, DT Penn State

59. Baltimore Ravens select Jared Crick, DE Nebraska

60. Green Bay Packers select Stephon Gilmore, CB South Carolina

61. Atlanta Falcons select Bruce Irvin, OLB West Virginia

62. Houston Texans select Coby Fleener, TE Stanford

63. Cincinnati Bengals select LaMichael James, RB Oregon

64. San Francisco 49ers select Nick Toon, WR Wisconsin

11-12-2011, 12:41 PM
For KC: great first round pick but give us Crick in the second!

11-12-2011, 12:51 PM
Griffin is an awesome pick for the Phins in the 1st, but a wide receiver like Fuller would be better in the 2nd to give him another weapon.

11-12-2011, 01:30 PM
Interesting Ravens picks. I don't really see us going after a SS though (especially with Reiff on the board). Crick at that point in the second round would be a typical Ravens pick, and one I would welcome.

11-12-2011, 01:36 PM
Hell yes at SF winning the super bowl!But also two great picks hitting major needs.

11-12-2011, 02:18 PM
Great Patriots draft!

11-12-2011, 06:04 PM
Best mock ever, you gave us Lombardi #6 and Minnie.

11-12-2011, 06:35 PM
I love the positions, but this is the furthest down ive seen us picking. You think the eagles are gonna make a run?

11-12-2011, 07:06 PM
I dunno about the Ravens draft, I know you were trying to shake it up; but I don't see us taking a DL in rounds 1 or 2 of this draft, probably one of our deeper positions.

Safety I could see but not if Reiff was still on the board, I imagine if by some lovely gift from god a top Tackle falls to us Ozzie would personally run the card up to the podium faster than you can say "goodbye Bryant Mckinnie"

Other possibilities would have been Michael Brewster if you were trying to mix it up.

Pat Sims 90
11-12-2011, 07:57 PM
Bengals have no need for a Center they just gave Kyle Cook a 4 yr extension. CB, S, WR should be addressed instead of Center.

James and Glenn are fine.

11-12-2011, 09:00 PM
Picks aren't as bad as the draft order. Good luck to the Eagles coming back from 4 games out to win the division over the Giants (3 games back w/ h-to-h loss). Oh and as a fan of the team that just beat them on Monday night.....if the Eagles do pass the Giants for the division, there's no way that both the Giants AND the Cowboys pass the Bears for the final wildcard spot. Especially when the Bears still have KC, Denver, Seattle, and Minnesota on their schedule.

11-12-2011, 10:13 PM
A better Bears draft would be Floyd/Coples and Brewster

11-13-2011, 01:45 AM
Bengals have no need for a Center they just gave Kyle Cook a 4 yr extension. CB, S, WR should be addressed instead of Center.

James and Glenn are fine.

Definitely right about C not being anywhere near a need.

RB is a big need but a bigger one that Lamichael. Bengals still have Bernard Scott under contract as a change of pace guy and Brian Leonard is also under contract for another year and he has done well as the 3rd down guy. The Bengals need someone to take over the Cedric Benson lead back role and I don't think James fits that mold. Especially in the AFC North.

11-13-2011, 05:17 AM
Fantastic Vikings mock.

Matthew Jones
11-13-2011, 07:20 AM
As much as I like Floyd, I'm not sure Belichick would draft a player who has had three alcohol-related run-ins in the past three years. Janoris Jenkins seems even more unlikely given that he was dismissed from a program Belichick has strong ties to. My best guess with those first two would be Peter Konz and Mark Barron. Devon Still would be amazing in the second but he's probably going to be in the top twenty of my latest big board so the chances of him sliding that far are slim. Same with Perry.

11-14-2011, 08:40 AM
Love the talent going the Patriots way there, but those picks are both higher than where the Pats will end up picking. Regardless love all the picks, I'd go Kuechly over Jenkins (although I'd still be stoked to get Jenkins) and Devon Still over Perry. Perry does absolutely nothing for me, he has no pass rush moves and is slow off the line. Regardless though that is one great reloading draft for the Patriots!

11-14-2011, 04:33 PM
Niners winning the Superbowl and those two picks......WIN!

11-14-2011, 05:45 PM
i like clevelands first round picks, and their second is good (personally would prefer they spend the first two rounds addressing the offensive side of the ball). Also i don't see devon still going that late in the draft he has been great for penn state this year.

11-15-2011, 01:32 PM
If the Niners win the Super Bowl, I will not care who we draft. Hence, you get an A+ in my book.

(Ok, I would still care... but those are good picks anyway... have to say I'd be really surprised if Nick Toon lasted until the end of the second round, though. I see him more as a mid-2nd round guy who could sneak up into the high-30's)

11-15-2011, 01:42 PM
Bengals first choice should be an impact CB. Losing Hall is big and who knows the future of Pacman . They need an OG for sure but I feel WR is more important than RB. If Green were to go down for an extended period, we would be lost.