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    Round 1
    1. Miami Dolphins - DE Chris Long
    I gave Matt Ryan a long, hard look here but in the end Long just seems to be the perfect pick for the Fins.

    2. St.Louis Rams - OT Jake Long
    Poor line play was the biggest reason for their bad record last year, Long will help to solve that.

    3. Atlanta Falcons - QB Matt Ryan
    Ryan is the best QB in the class by far and the Falcons are obviously in dire need of one.

    4. Oakland Raiders - DT Sedrick Ellis
    McFadden is obviously an option but Fargas played well down the stretch and someone from Jordan, Rhodes, Bush should be able to step up as the No.2 back. Ellis will solve Oakland's run stopping problems and fits the system better than Dorsey.

    5. Kansas City Chiefs - DT Glenn Dorsey
    In an ideal world they would trade down and take Clady but it is a bit of a reach to take him here. Dorsey provides immediate defensive help.

    6. New York Jets - OLB Vernon Gholston
    Again McFadden could be the pick here but his stock has slipped a bit. Gholston could be the Merriman/Ware that the Jets need to make their 3-4 work.

    Projected Trade New England trades Pick 7 to Dallas for Picks 22 & 28
    7. Dallas Cowboys - RB Darren McFadden
    Everyone knows that Jerry Jones is in love with McFadden and they don't have to break the bank to get him.

    8. Baltimore Ravens - CB Leodis McKelvin
    The Ravens had trouble when they're corners went down last year and both McAllister and Rolle are getting up in the years. McKelvin may even push for Rolle's job during the season.

    9. Cincinnati Bengals - LB Keith Rivers
    They are just horrendously short of linebackers.

    10. New Orleans Saints - CB Mike Jenkins
    The Saints finally get someone to start opposite Mike McKenzie.

    11. Buffalo Bills - WR Limas Sweed
    They could take a CB or a LB here too but Sweed had a fantastic combine and looks like the real deal.

    12. Denver Broncos - OT Ryan Clady
    Will start straight away as Matt Lepsis' replacement.

    13. Carolina Panthers - RB Rashard Mendenhall
    DeAngelo Williams has convinced no one that he is able to carry the load for the Panthers.

    14. Chicago Bears - OT Chris Williams
    They could take Brian Brohm but they have issues at both tackle spots, Williams could develop into a stud LT.

    15. Detroit Lions - OT Jeff Otah
    Lions need OL help quickly.

    16. Arizona Cardinals - CB Dominique Rogers-Cromartie
    Rogers-Cromartie is an absolute freak and will allow Antrel Rolle to move to safety.

    17. Minnesota Vikings - DE Derrick Harvey
    The Vikes have lost Kenechi Udeze for the year and would have been looking for a DE anyway.

    18. Houston Texans - RB Jonathan Stewart
    Ahman Green hardly looks like a starting back any more and Stewart could finally provide the Texans with a consistent runner.

    19. Philadelphia Eagles - DE Phillip Merling
    Their need at CB has been fixed and I don't really think they need a WR that badly. Merling can replace Jevon Kearse.

    20. Tampa Bay Bucs - DT Kentwan Balmer
    A definite upgrade in the middle of their line.

    21. Washington Redskins - WR Malcolm Kelly
    Their leading WR caught only 3TDs all year, if my memory serves me correctly.

    22. New England Patriots (via Dallas&Cleveland) - CB Aqib Talib
    They have a hole at CB after the departure of Asante Samuel.

    23. Pittsburgh Steelers - OG Branden Albert
    Faneca is gone and there are numerous other question marks surrounding their line.

    24. Tennessee Titans - WR DeSean Jackson
    Vince Young gets some help a receiver and a genuine game breaker.

    25. Seattle Seahawks - RB Felix Jones
    Jones can provide a 2nd option in their ground game and eventually become the full time starter.

    26. Jacksonville Jaguars - DE Calais Campbell
    The Jags have a massive hole at end and Campbell would literally fill that.

    27. San Diego Chargers - S Kenny Phillips
    The Chargers get a stud safety that they have been looking for.

    28. New England Patriots - LB Dan Connor
    Nearly all of the Pats' backers are nearing the end of their careers.

    29. San Francisco 49ers - LB Quentin Groves
    Provides a pass rush threat off the edge to complement Manny Lawson.

    30. Green Bay Packers - CB/S Reggie Smith
    Smith provides depth all over the secondary and can be groomed to replace Woodson/Harris in the long run.

    31. New England Patriots - Pick Forfeited

    32. New York Giants - CB Brandon Flowers
    There was talk of a possible trade for DeAngelo Hall but instead the Giants take the next best CB availiable.

    Round 2
    33. Dolphins - OT Gosder Cherilius
    34. Rams - DE Lawrence Jackson
    35. Raiders - WR James Hardy
    36. Chiefs - OT Sam Baker
    37. Jets - RB Chris Johnson
    38. Falcons - OT Carl Nicks
    39. Ravens - QB Brian Brohm
    40. 49ers - WR Devin Thomas
    41. Saints - LB Jerod Mayo
    42. Bills - CB Antoine Cason
    43. Broncos - DT Pat Sims
    44. Panthers - S DaJuan Morgan
    45. Bears - QB Joe Flacco
    46. Lions - CB Patrick Lee
    47. Bengals - DT Red Bryant
    48. Vikings - TE Fred Davis
    49. Falcons - RB Ray Rice
    50. Eagles - WR Mario Manningham
    51. Cardinals - RB Jamaal Charles
    52. Redskins - CB Charles Godfrey
    53. Bucs - WR Andre Caldwell
    54. Steelers - OT Anthony Collins
    55. Titans - TE Martellus Bennett
    56. Seahawks - TE John Carlson
    57. Packers - LB Erin Henderson
    58. Dolphins - QB Chad Henne
    59. Jaguars - S Josh Barrett
    60. Colts - OG Chilo Rachal
    61. Packers - TE Dustin Kellar
    62. Cowboys - CB Justin King
    63. Patriots - LB Shawn Crable
    64. Giants - LB Tavares Gooden

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  • #2
    I like Gooden, but Flowers will never be able to play CB in the NFL due to his 40 time. Combine that with his character concerns and the Giants wouldn't take him.


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    • #3
      lets pretend you didnt say that the bears "could take brohm" at 14. ill pretend i didnt see that so i can say this:

      pretty good bears draft

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      • #4
        Amazing Patriots picks!

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        • #5
          I like Albert in the 1st...but then you have Collins in the 2nd who is basically the same player, but with less position flexibility. Give the Steelers a CB/DE/WR in the 2nd, and that would be a good 1st mock. :)

          EDIT: Or better still...Brandon Flowers in the 1st, Chilo Rachal in the 2nd. That would get A+++

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          • #6
            amazing chargers pick!!!!

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            • #7
              i can live with the packers draft. but i do not think we will get a TE that soon. I think OT is more likely. otherwise i like the draft

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              • #8
                Interesting Jets pick in the 2nd round. I like it.
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                • #9
                  Okay Ravens 1st, really don't like the 2nd, I'd rather have Antonie Cason. Good Houston pick.

                  Baltimore: 7-4

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                  • #10
                    I'm a fan of the Chiefs picks. I'm not as high on Dorsey as some are, but we need a big beast defensive tackle to help stop the run and offensive line in the 2nd will make any Chiefs fan happy.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by roidrunner View Post
                      i can live with the packers draft. but i do not think we will get a TE that soon. I think OT is more likely. otherwise i like the draft
                      The Packers have the flexibility to go BPA on the first day. I don't think there's any more linemen who warrant going that high. Its more likely that we take Zuttah, Hills or someone else who fits the system in the 3rd/4th. They would just be sitting and learning for the first few years anyway.

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                      • #12
                        Ok phins draft. I love C Long in the first, but I'd rather have Flacco than Henne, so give us Flacco instead of Cherilus and Justin King instead of Henne. Then we could grab Barry Richardson, OT from Clemson, in the third.

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                        • #13
                          i wouldnt mind this trade to the pats...... i think smith from oklahoma at 22 is the pick because the pats love his versatility..... and then i wouldnt be surprised if the pats took ANOTHER CB is the first because they dont have much and took talib at 28

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                          • #14
                            Personally im really high on Flowers, id love to have him in the first and see if he can play corner or our biggest need by far, safety. Gooden is an alright pick.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by BaLLiN72 View Post
                              Personally im really high on Flowers, id love to have him in the first and see if he can play corner or our biggest need by far, safety. Gooden is an alright pick.
                              its silly to pick a guy like that 1st round to play a position he has never played before in safety. im ok with flowers and gooden is a decent pick as well

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