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  • 4 Rounder, Pre-Combine.

    Here it is leave comments, if u criticize something leave an alternate pick and explanation.

    1. Oakland Raiders – JaMarcus Russell QB LSU
    • Unless both receivers leave QB remains their biggest need

    2. Detroit Lions – Joe Thomas OT Wisconsin
    • Makes sense, lions fans like myself may rather a DE but Thomas is a solid pick, especially if Jon Scott can play OG

    3. Cleveland Browns – Brady Quinn QB Notre Dame
    • DL is a large need as well but the Belichick connection helps out Quinn.

    4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Calvin Johnson WR Georgia Tech
    • Too good to pass on, will help out whoever the QB is.

    5. Arizona Cardinals – Gaines Adams DE Clemson
    • Thomas is their target but Adams fills a huge need if the OT is off the board

    6. Washington Redskins – Alan Branch DT Michigan
    • Despite all the money their D is still bad and the lack of pressure on the QB is a main reason why, enter the best DT in the draft.

    7. Minnesota Vikings – Jamaal Anderson DE Arkansas
    • Kenechi Udeze has been a bust and the Combo of Anderson and the DT’s they have could really help their weak Secondary.

    8. Houston Texans – Adrian Peterson HB Oklahoma
    • Injuries are a concern but Peterson will help that offense out immensely, in that Kubiak running style he is almost a lock to go 1000+ his rookie year

    9. Miami Dolphins – Levi Brown OT Penn State
    • OL is a weak point in this draft so the Phins reach on the only other first round lock at OT.

    10. Atlanta Falcons – LaRon Landry S LSU
    • S is an unsettled situation on this team so Landry only makes sense here, a big hitter who will compliment DHall’s speed very well.

    11. San Francisco 49ers – Adam Carriker DE Nebraska
    • May not be the BPA here but fits their 3-4, 4-3 combo scheme perfectly.

    12. Buffalo Bills – Amobi Okoye DT Louisville
    • Have you heard he’s only 19? Will help out the run defense instantly, LHall is an option here as well.

    13. St. Louis Rams – Lawrence Timmons OLB Florida State
    • Worst run D in the league, never a good thing, Timmons is raw but the potential is far to good to pass up. Will battle with Chillar for the starting position at OLB.

    14. Carolina Panthers – Patrick Willis MLB Ole Miss
    • Morgan is playing this year but he is injury prone, and with one more concussion he might just call it a career. Willis is a superb insurance policy.

    15. Pittsburgh Steelers – Jarvis Moss OLB Florida
    • LB is quickly becoming a position of need and Moss has the ability to play OLB in the 3-4 scheme

    16. Green Bay Packers – Marshawn Lynch HB Cal
    • Another toy to keep Favre around, brings explosive ability to the RB corps that they haven’t had since Green’s prime.

    17. Jacksonville Jaguars – Ted Ginn Jr. WR Ohio State
    • A burner to complement the over the middle type WR’s they have on their roster. Will help stretch secondarys out right away.

    18. Cincinnati Bengals – Leon Hall CB Michigan
    • A terrible pass defense gets a major boost here, teaming Hall with Jonathon Joseph will give them a dynamic young set of Corners

    19. Tennessee Titans – Dwayne Bowe WR LSU
    • Vince Young had an enormous rookie campaign but he still lacks an Elite WR, Bowe is that WR he can only help on VY’s evolution

    20. New York Giants – Darrelle Revis CB Pitt
    • The secondary was revamped last year but only with aging players like Sam Madison, Revis is arguably the best CB in this draft so the Giants would be glad to select him here.

    21. Denver Broncos – Charles Johnson DE Georgia
    • The Browns experiment seems to be over so DE becomes a need, Johnson outperformed the much-ballyhooed Quentin Moses this year and will help out Denver.

    22. Dallas Cowboys – Reggie Nelson S Florida
    • Roy Williams supplies the hits Nelson supplies the picks, sounds like a good tandem of safties.

    23. Kansas City Chiefs – Justin Blalock OG Texas
    • Shields is retiring and they are still reeling from losing Roaf, Blalock is a versatile OLineman who can help patch up a whole immediately

    24. New England Patriots (f/SEA) – Dwayne Jarrett WR USC
    • Somehow Jarrett becomes the 4th WR off the board but the Pats are glad to have him, he gives Tom Brady a great young pair of WR’s in Chad Jackson and Jarrett.

    25. New York Jets – Quentin Moses OLB Georgia
    • Moses disappointed in his senior campaign but still is a great talent who could really flourish as an OLB in the 3-4 scheme.

    26. Philadelphia Eagles – Micheal Griffin S Texas
    • Safety became a need this year when Michael Lewis took major steps back and now looks like nothing more than a Back-up. Griffin has a knack for big plays and will benefit greatly from playing alongside Brian Dawkins

    27. New Orleans Saints – Paul Posluzny OLB Penn State
    • The Saints were a great story this year but still have major needs on Defense, Poz fits a huge need and will work well with this team.

    28. New England Patriots – Aaron Ross CB Texas
    • The Pats ability to pick CB’s off the garbage heap and win championships has seemingly worn off and Ross is the best choice prevent them from having to resort to that once again.

    29. Baltimore Ravens – Ben Grubbs OG Auburn
    • The OLine seems to be the only area on this team that needs improvement. Grubbs is the a good young lineman who may bot be able to step in immediately but has a lot of potential.

    30. San Diego Chargers – Robert Meachem WR Tennesee
    • The one thing this team didn’t have this year was a #1 WR, Meachem has all the physical tools to become that for Philip Rivers.

    31. Chicago Bears – Arron Sears OL Tennessee
    • The Bears have everything it takes to make it back to the Super Bowl in a weak NFC, so they have the ability to take a player who doesn’t have to play right away, Sears is a versatile Lineman who can sit for a year.

    32. Indianapolis Colts – Jon Beason OLB Miami (FL)
    • With June possibly leaving Beason steps in and takes his place. He resembles him in both play and stature.

    Second Round
    33. Oakland Raiders – Joe Staley OT Central Michigan
    34. Detroit Lions – Damieyon Hughes CB Cal
    35. Cleveland Browns – Tank Tyler DT NC State
    36. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Marcus McCauley CB Fresno State
    37. New York Jets – Chris Houston CB Arkansas
    38. Arizona Cardinals – Tony Ugoh OT Arkansas
    39. Houston Texans – Josh Beekman OG Boston College
    40. Miami Dolphins – Quinn Pitcock DT Ohio State
    41. Minnesota Vikings – Sidney Rice WR Southern Carolina
    42. San Francisco 49ers – Anthony Gonzalez WR Ohio State
    43. Buffalo Bills – Buster Davis MLB Florida State
    44. Atlanta Falcons – Victor Abiamiri DE Notre Dame
    45. Carolina Panthers – Greg Olsen TE Miami (FL)
    46. Pittsburgh Steelers – Tanard Jackson CB Syracuse
    47. Green Bay Packers – LaMarr Woodley DE Michigan
    48. Jacksonville Jaguars – Troy Smith QB Ohio State
    49. Cincinnati Bengals – Brandon Merriwether S Miami (FL)
    50. Tennessee Titans – Brandon Mebane DT Cal
    51. New York Giants – Kenny Irons HB Auburn
    52. St. Louis Rams – Anthony Spencer DE Purdue
    53. Dallas Cowboys – Justin Harrell DT Tennessee
    54. Kansas City Chiefs – Eric Wright CB UNLV
    55. Seattle Seahawks – Zach Miller TE Arizona State
    56. Denver Broncos – Antonio Pittman HB Ohio State
    57. Philadelphia Eagles – Stewart Bradley OLB Nebraska
    58. New Orleans Saints – Josh Wilson CB Maryland
    59. New York Jets – Brian Leonard H-Back Rutgers
    60. New England Patriots – David Harris MLB Michigan
    61. Baltimore Ravens – Micheal Bush HB Louisville
    62. San Diego Chargers – Eric Weddle S Utah
    63. Chicago Bears – Ben Patrick TE Delaware
    64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Aaron Rouse S Virginia Tech

    Third Round
    65. Oakland Raiders – Craig Davis WR LSU
    66. Detroit Lions – Tim Crowder DE Texas
    67. Cleveland Browns – Ryan Kalil C USC
    Bentley moves to OG
    68. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Ryan Harris OT Notre Dame
    69. Arizona Cardinals – Earl Everett OLB Florida
    70. Denver Broncos – Fred Bennett CB South Carolina
    71. Miami Dolphins – Ray McDonald DE Florida
    72. Minnesota Vikings – Manuel Ramirez OG Texas Tech
    73. Houston Texans – Marvin White S TCU
    74. Buffalo Bills – Doug Free OT Northern Illinois
    75. Atlanta Falcons – Marshal Yanda OG Iowa
    76. San Francisco 49ers – Paul Solai DT Utah
    77. Pittsburgh Steelers – Tony Hunt HB Penn State
    78. Green Bay Packers – David Irons CB Auburn
    79. Jacksonville Jaguars – Rufus Alexander OLB Oklahoma
    80. Tennessee Titans – Tarrell Brown CB Texas
    81. New York Giants – Justin Durant OLB Hampton
    82. St. Louis Rams – Micheal Johnson S Arizona
    83. Carolina Panthers – Drew Stanton QB Michigan State
    84. Kansas City Chiefs – Ryan McBean DT Oklahoma State
    85. Seattle Seahawks – Tim Duckworth OG Auburn
    86. Denver Broncos – Turk McBride DT Tennessee
    87. Dallas Cowboys – Mason Crosby K Colorado
    88. New Orleans Saints – Kareem Brown DT Miami (FL)
    89. New York Jets – Stanley Doughty DT South Carolina
    Will play nose tackle, Robertson moves to DE
    90. New Orleans Saints – Mansfield Wrotto OG Georgia Tech
    91. New England Patriots – James Marten OT Boston College
    92. Baltimore Ravens – Ikaika Ilama-Francis DE Hawaii
    93. San Diego Chargers – Brandon Siler MLB Florida
    94. Chicago Bears – Sabby Piscatelli S Oregon State
    95. Indianapolis Colts – Jonathon Wade CB Tennessee

    Fourth Round
    96. Oakland Raiders – Marcus Thomas DT Florida
    97. Detroit Lions – Anthony Waters MLB Clemson
    98. Cleveland Browns – Brandon Jackson HB Nebraska
    99. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Dan Bazuin DE Central Michigan
    100. San Francisco 49ers – CJ Gaddis CB Clemson
    101. Arizona Cardinals – Micheal Coe CB Alabama State
    102. Minnesota Vikings – Scott Chandler TE Iowa
    103. Houston Texans – Johnnie Lee Higgins WR UTEP
    104. Miami Dolphins – Josh Gattis S Wake Forest
    105. Atlanta Falcons – Chansi Stuckey WR Clemson
    106. San Francisco 49ers – John Wendling S Wyoming
    107. Buffalo Bills – Ryan Smith CB Florida
    108. Green Bay Packers – Jason Hill WR Washington State
    109. Jacksonville Jaguars – AJ Davis CB NC State
    110. Cincinnati Bengals – Joe Newton TE Oregon State
    111. Tennessee Titans – Darius Walker HB Notre Dame
    112. New York Giants – Brandon Frye OT Virginia Tech
    113. St. Louis Rams – Aundrae Allison WR East Carolina
    114. Carolina Panthers – Andy Alleman OG Akron
    115. Pittsburgh Steelers – Mike Jones OG Iowa
    116. Seattle Seahawks – Kevin Payne S Louisiana-Monroe
    117. Atlanta Falcons – Tavarious Bain CB Hampton
    118. Dallas Cowboys – Jay Moore DE Nebraska
    119. New Orleans Saints – Jon Abbate MLB Wake Forest
    120. San Francisco 49ers – Zak DeOssie MLB Brown
    121. Philadelphia Eagles – Tony Taylor OLB Georgia
    122. New Orleans Saints – Trent Edwards QB Stanford
    123. New England Patriots – Prescott Burgess OLB Michigan
    124. Tennessee Titans – JD Nelson S Oregon
    125. San Diego Chargers – Dwayne Wright HB Fresno State
    126. Chicago Bears – Kevin Kolb QB Houston
    127. Indianapolis Colts – Gary Russell HB Minnesota


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  • #2
    I wouldn't be too upset with this draft, I am not a fan at all of taking a RB in round 2 though. Give us Stewart Bradley there instead.


    • #3
      I like KC's draft. But i think adressing the WR position would occur the first day


      • #4
        Rams Picks

        1. :x
        2. :)
        3. :|


        • #5
          I love the Falcons first 2 picks.

          The 3rd not so much, the 4th is pretty decent.


          • #6
            Nelson is a great pick
            Harrell is a good pick
            I'm not sure we'll draft a kicker, but Crosby is good
            Moore would be olb decent pick

            i'd give it a B for the 'boys


            • #7
              Excellent Mock Draft for the Vikings I think.

              Anderson will help us and Sidney will help our passing game and I love the idea of Manuel Rameriz.

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              • #8
                Slightly above average Bucs picks


                • #9
                  Perfect redskins pick
                  RIP Sean Michael Taylor


                  • #10
                    pretty good browns draft but i dont' know what belichik has to do with anything


                    • #11
                      Not a big fan of Woodley in round 2 for GB

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by kalbears13
                        pretty good browns draft but i dont' know what belichik has to do with anything
                        Weis and Crennel worked under Belichick.


                        • #13
                          Good dallas draft, Other then the 3rd round..Jerry said after the Mike idea, He would never sign a big FA kicker or draft a kicker day 1.


                          • #14
                            Nice Patriots draft!


                            • #15
                              The Colts will not take a player who was kicked off of their college team.

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