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    t24l and toonsterwu mock. T24L has odds, toonsterwu has evens. I think I need to be odd the next mock I do with someone. Rehashing a lot of picks, and as such, short explanations (and it's been a long weekend).

    1. Miami Dolphins – OLB Chris Long, Virginia
    2. St. Louis Rams – DE Vernon Gholston, the Ohio State

    Too close to my last mock to have any change in thoughts. He might not be valued here right now, but if he's close, I think the makes the most sense. They can find an OL talent in the 2nd round that fits.

    3. Atlanta Falcons – DT Sedrick Ellis, USC
    4. Oakland Raiders – DT Glenn Dorsey, LSU

    Somewhat biting on the Fargas resigning, although I can still see Davis ordering a McSandwich (okay cheesy again).

    5. Kansas City Chiefs – OT Jake Long, Michigan
    6. New York Jets – DL Phillip Merling, Clemson

    Is this a sterling move? Merling might be sterling for the Jets depending on his weigh in.

    7. New England Patriots – RB Darren McFadden, Arkansas
    8. Baltimore Ravens – QB Matt Ryan, Boston College

    Ice is always best served first. Top 5 value here and at a needed position? Money in the bank.

    9. Cincinnati Bengals – LB Keith Rivers, USC
    10. New Orleans Saints – CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Tennessee State

    Can DRC arc his way up? Sorry, no cheesy line here, as it's hard to think of one. Anyhow, same thoughts as last mock.

    11. Buffalo Bills – WR Malcolm Kelly, Oklahoma
    12. Denver Broncos – OT Ryan Clady, Boise State

    Bleh ... I give up on cheesy lines unless something pops up. Too good to pass here.

    13. Carolina Panthers – S Kenny Phillips, the U
    14. Chicago Bears – OT Chris Williams, Vanderbilt

    The only caveat I make against going QB in the first, as of now, is if there’s a quality OT available.

    15. Detroit Lions – RB Jonathan Stewart, Oregon
    16. Arizona Cardinals – RB Rashard Mendenhall, Illinois

    Same reason as before. I think the value is too good to pass up here, and I think solid CB value can be found in the 2nd.

    17. Minnesota Vikings – DE Calais Campbell, the U
    18. Houston Texans – DB Mike Jenkins, South Florida

    Same reason as before. his size could make him more tantalizing due to the versatility it might offer.

    19. Philadelphia Eagles – CB Leodis McKelvin, Troy
    20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – WR Mario Manningham, Michigan

    I want to be sold not to make this pick. I don’t like Manningham. That said, I think he still makes too much sense as someone able to step in right away and offer help.

    21. Washington Redskins – CB Patrick Lee, Auburn
    22. Dallas Cowboys f/ Cleveland Browns – CB Aqib Talib, Kansas

    Long, lengthy, good instincts. hard to pass here.

    23. Pittsburgh Steelers – OT Gosder Cherilus, Boston College
    24. Tennessee Titans – DE Derrick Harvey, Florida

    They once picked up another falling Florida stud at end. Harvey may grade out better than the freak coming out.

    25. Seattle Seahawks – OL Branden Albert, Virginia
    26. Jacksonville Jaguars – WR Devin Thomas, Michigan State

    Still don't like this pick and still don't buy Jackson here.

    27. San Diego Chargers – DB Reggie Smith, Oklahoma
    28. Dallas Cowboys – OL Jeff Otah, Pittsburgh

    Value’s too good to pass up here.

    29. San Francisco 49ers f/ Indianapolis Colts – DL Kentwan Balmer, UNC
    30. Green Bay Packers – LB Dan Connor, Penn State

    Don't want to do this. Sell me on something else. Didn't like the CB options.

    31. New England Patriots - forfeited
    32. New York Giants – OL Carl Nicks, Nebraska

    Same reason as before.

    2nd round

    33. Miami Dolphins – DL Pat Sims, Auburn
    34. St. Louis Rams – WR Limas Sweed, Texas

    Might the Rams be crowing Sweet Sweed based on value?

    35. Oakland Raiders – RB Felix Jones, Arkansas
    36. Kansas City Chiefs – CB Brandon Flowers, Virginia Tech

    Seems like a fit, provided off-field doesn't impact.

    37. New York Jets – OLB Quentin Groves, Auburn
    38. Atlanta Falcons – QB Chad Henne, Michigan

    I want to go with value, but somehow not sold Flacco is someone Dimitroff would take.

    39. Baltimore Ravens – CB Tracy Porter, Indiana
    40. San Francisco 49ers – WR Desean Jackson, California

    Seems like a Martz fit.
    41. New Orleans Saints – LB Erin Henderson, Maryland
    42. Buffalo Bills – LB Jerod Mayo, Tennessee

    Not liking my options here. Mayo could be in the middle, or fit on the weakside.

    43. Denver Broncos – DT Marcus Harrison, Arkansas
    44. Carolina Panthers – OT Sam Baker, USC

    Was tantalized by some other thoughts, then decided that Wharton might not be a lock at LT and Baker might be too good to pass up here.

    45. Chicago Bears – QB Brian Brohm, Louisville
    46. Detroit Lions – DT Trevor Laws, Notre Dame

    Same reasons as before. could be the dominant interior piece they need.

    47. Cincinnati Bengals – DT Red Bryant, Texas A&M
    48. Minnesota Vikings – WR Early Doucet, LSU

    Too good to pass up. His ability to block could be huge.

    49. Atlanta Falcons – OT Anthony Collins, Kansas
    50. Philadelphia Eagles – S DaJuan Morgan, NC State

    Same DB's as before. Same reasons as before. They do need safety help. Big, physical, with range. Nice potential fit.

    51. Arizona Cardinals – DB Charles Godfrey, Iowa
    52. Washington Redskins – DE Lawrence Jackson, USC

    Same reasons as before. 2-way end that could work well for Blache.

    53. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – CB Trae Williams, South Florida
    54. Pittsburgh Steelers – DL Dre’ Moore, Maryland

    Tempted with Wr, but with Moore on the board, I think he's quite tantalizing here, offering a DL talent that is versatile.

    55. Tennessee Titans – TE Fred Davis, USC
    56. Seattle Seahawks – TE John Carlson, Notre Dame

    Ability to block and receives makes him a valued asset to help reinvigorate the run game and stretch the seams.

    57. Cleveland Browns – LB Tavares Gooden, the U
    58. Miami Dolphins f/ San Diego Chargers – QB Joe Flacco, Delaware

    Potential first round talent down here is too good to pass despite some other intriguing options.

    59. Jacksonville Jaguars – DL DeMario Pressley, NC State
    60. Indianapolis Colts – DT Letroy Guion, Florida

    First big change in thought. I just think they could still use impact DL talent, particularly in the interior. While OL talent or a TE may be tempting, Guion has the potential to be a dominant interior player for the scheme.

    61. Green Bay Packers – S Craig Steltz, LSU
    62. Dallas Cowboys – NT Ahtyba Rubin, Iowa State

    Didn't go into it expecting to draft a NT, but decided he was too good to pass up here despite Ratliff's contract and the presence of Tank. Rubin would potentially give them a Jamal Williams type anchor.

    63. New England Patriots -

    crap, apologies. I forgot what T24L's pick was here. I thought I wrote it down, but eh.

    64. New York Giants – LB Phillip Wheeler, Georgia Tech

    I looked CB and S first. But I can’t overlook the immensely good LB value. Wheeler could be an excellent fit for Spagnuolo, particularly if he can maintain his athleticism at the 240ish weight.

  • #2
    Perfect selection for the Chargers although Otah would be extremely intriguing.


    • #3
      again, a very good giants draft

      i might shock some people and say that DeSean Jackson would also be a good pick in the 1st


      • #4
        Not liking the Nicks selection with Sims, Harrison, Henderson, Porter, and Mayo availble.
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        • #5
          seems like quite the stretch to take lee that early.


          • #6
            I like the packer draft.
            Steltz is a personal fave, but i would rather have a CB in either the first or second. Flowers would be a bit of a reach but I like him

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            • #7
              Suffice to say I'll be surprised if the Colts draft Guion. Very surprised.
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              • #8
                huh....brohm in round two then eh. alright, ill accept him there.

                good bears draft


                • #9
                  for the giants, fabulous 2nd round pick poor 1st round pick.
                  give us tracy porter or brandon flowers please

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                  • #10
                    Spot-on with the Vikings picks.



                    • #11
                      Eww at Trae Williams in the 2nd.


                      • #12
                        I am going to question T24L's 2nd round pick for the Steelers. Any O-line pick in Round 1, sweet. And DL is a place we need depth, but not starters (as a 2nd round pick likely could bring in). Though I do feel the value, we do have those holes at WR, O-line, secondary, so I feel like one needs addressed in the 2nd.

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                        • #13
                          Not a fan of the Bucs pick. Dont like Manningham, and Trae WIlliams is a huge reach in the second.


                          • #14
                            Originally posted by hugegmenfan View Post
                            for the giants, fabulous 2nd round pick poor 1st round pick.
                            give us tracy porter or brandon flowers please
                            I like the 2nd, the first was alright but id prefer Brandon Flowers, Pat Sims, and Tracy Porter in that order.


                            • #15
                              Great Bears draft. I highly doubt Brohm falls to the second but if he does and the Bears get him i'd cry with happiness.
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