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H.O.O.D
11-25-2011, 01:29 PM
1- Indianapolis Andrew Luck QB Stanford
This doesn't nor will it ever need any explanation.
2- St. Louis Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma St
While Kalil is incredibly attractive, the Rams opt to add the top offensive playmaker from this class, as they desperately lack playmaking ability.
3- Seattle (f/Carolina) Matt Barkley QB USC
Seattle needs a QB and went ahead and will put all there eggs in Barkely's basket.They won't sit back and let the draft dictate to them who will be under center in 2011 and beyond.
4- Washington Landry Jones QB Oklahoma
BQBA. Best quarterback available.
5- Arizona Matt Kalil OT USC
Huge need and BPA.
6- Miami Robert Griffin III QB Baylor
Chad Henne and Matt Moore are not going to lead them to the promised land.
7- Jacksonville Quinton Coples DE UNC
A fancy new pass rusher to go with their fancy new head coach. Jefferey will garner consideration here as well but ultimately they go with the guy who could play up to 60 snaps a game.
8- Minnesota Jonathan Martin OT Stanford
Not only filling a need but also the BPA. Jefferey garners consideration but there are likely going to be good values in the 2nd and 3rd rounds at wide receiver. Protecting Ponder will be priority #1.
9- Cleveland Alshon Jeffrey WR South Carolina
Colt get more help. Hopefully they get him an OC too as Shurmur simply has too much on his plate.
10- Carolina (f/Seattle) Morris Claiborne CB LSU
BPA. And this should help immensely vs Atlanta and New Orleans.
11- Kansas City Riley Reiff OT Iowa
12- Tampa Bay Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama
13- Cincinnati (f/Buffalo) Trent Richardson RB Alabama
14- Denver David DeCastro OL Stanford
15- Philadelphia (f/Tennessee) Vontaze Burfict LB ASU
16- San Diego Cordy Glenn OL Gergia
17- Tennessee (f/Philadelphia) Zach Brown LB UNC
18- Houston Alameda Ta'amu NT Washington
19- Chicago Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame
20- Buffalo (f/Cincinnati) Coutney Upshaw LB Alabama
21- Dallas Alfonzo Dennard CB Nebraska
22- Cincinnati (f/Oakland) Whitney Mercilus DE Illinois
23- Cleveland (f/Atlanta) Manti Te'o LB Notre Dame
24- Detroit Janoris Jenkins CB North Alabama
25- NY Jets Brandon Jenkins LB Florida State
26- NY Giants Brandon Thompson DT Clemson
27- San Francisco Chase Minnifield CB Virginia Tech
28- New England Peter Konz OL Wisconsin
29- Pittsburgh Stephon Gilmore CB South Carolina
30- Green Bay Devon Still DL Penn State
31- Baltimore Dont'a Hightower LB Alabama
32- New England (f/New Orleans) Mohamed Sanu WR Rutgers

49erNation85
11-25-2011, 01:52 PM
Good sf mock .

fenikz
11-25-2011, 02:30 PM
I'd shoot clue goo everywhere if we got Kalil outside the top 2

cmarq83
11-25-2011, 02:36 PM
I really like both players for the Pats, but I would really like to see them go defense with at least 1 of their 2 first round picks. Those are really the only 2 ways to upgrade the Patriots offense whereas you can take your pick on the other side of the ball.

Melvin Ingram or Kuechly would look good at 32 for the Pats.

Matthew Jones
11-25-2011, 03:09 PM
I could see either/both of those guys being drafted by New England. That said, it would be very disappointing if the Patriots drafted two offensive players in the first round considering the help the defense needs.

rickscott
11-25-2011, 04:19 PM
Bengals ???

rickscott
11-25-2011, 04:20 PM
BENGALS -------I can live with Richardson as it is a need although for me personally, not as much so as OG and CB. Why tho go DE with the 2nd 1st rd pick? Clements is aging, Pacman is always a question mark and Hall will be coming off achilles surgery. We need a CB real bad. My feeling is that if we fix the O-line with quality OGs, any RB will perform well for us. Our starting DEs are Michael Johnson and Dunlap; great ability and youth are on their side; depth isn't bad either.

coordinator0
11-25-2011, 06:37 PM
Hightower isn't a bad pick for Baltimore but Mike Adams might have been a better one.