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  • New 3 Round Mock Draft

    To celebrate the start of the College Football season here is my new 3 Round Mock Draft. Constructive criticism is welcome. If you don't like the picks, please tell me why you don't like them. Don't just say "I don't like that pick!" and then leave it at that. And please, don't whine or whinge about your team's position in the draft.


    2010 NFL Mock Draft


    1st Round

    1st - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Gerald McCoy - UT - Oklahoma Sooners - R/S Jnr
    2nd - Buffalo Bills - Sam Bradford - QB - Oklahoma Sooners - R/S Jnr
    3rd - St Louis Rams - Carlos Dunlap - DE - Florida Gators - Jnr
    4th - Detroit Lions - Russell Okung - OT - Oklahoma State Cowboys - Snr
    5th - Oakland Raiders - Taylor Mays - FS - USC Trojans - Snr
    6th - Jacksonville Jaguars - Jevan Snead - QB - Ole Miss Rebels - R/S Jnr
    7th - Cleveland Browns - Eric Berry - SS - Tennessee Volunteers - Jnr
    8th - Kansas City Chiefs - Sergio Kindle - DE - Texas Longhorns - Snr
    9th - Dallas Cowboys - Arrelious Benn - WR - Illinois Fighting Illini - Jnr
    10th - Seattle Seahawks (from Denver Broncos) - Bryan Bulaga - OT - Iowa Hawkeyes - Jnr
    11th - San Francisco 49ers - Ndamukong Suh - UT - Nebraska Cornhuskers - Snr
    12th - Miami Dolphins - Dez Bryant - WR - Oklahoma State Cowboys - Jnr
    13th - Cincinnati Bengals - Jonathan Dwyer - RB - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets - Jnr
    14th - San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina Panthers) - Greg Hardy - DE - Ole Miss Rebels - Snr
    15th - Baltimore Ravens - Jermaine Gresham - TE - Oklahoma Sooners - Snr
    16th - New York Jets - Joe Haden - CB - Florida Gators - Jnr
    17th - Seattle Seahawks - C.J. Spiller - RB - Clemson Tigers - Snr
    18th - Denver Broncos (from Chicago Bears) - Marvin Austin - NT - North Carolina Tar Heels - Jnr
    19th - Washington Redskins - Brandon Spikes - ILB - Florida Gators - Snr
    20th - Green Bay Packers - Trent Williams - OT - Oklahoma Sooners - Snr
    21st - Tennessee Titans - Everson Griffen - DE - USC Trojans - Jnr
    22nd - Houston Texans - Damian Williams - WR - USC Trojans - R/S Jnr
    23rd - Atlanta Falcons - Sean Weatherspoon - OLB - Missouri Tigers - Snr
    24th - New Orleans Saints - Rolando McClain - ILB - Alabama Crimson Tide - Jnr
    25th - San Diego Chargers - Arthur Jones - UT - Syracuse Orange - Snr
    26th - Arizona Cardinals - Anthony Davis - OT - Rutgers Scarlet Knights - Jnr
    27th - Indianapolis Colts - Selvish Capers - OT - West Virginia Mountaineers - R/S Snr
    28th - Philadelphia Eagles - Michael Morgan - OLB - USC Trojans - R/S Jnr
    29th - New England Patriots - Greg Romeus - DE - Pittsburgh Panthers - R/S Jnr
    30th - Minnesota Vikings - Ras-I Dowling - CB - Virginia Cavaliers - Jnr
    31st - New York Giants - Reshad Jones - SS - Georgia Bulldogs - R/S Jnr
    32nd - Pittsburgh Steelers - Kristofer O'Dowd - OC - USC Trojans – Jnr

    2nd Round

    33rd - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Travis Lewis - OLB - Oklahoma Sooners - R/S Sop
    34th - St Louis Rams - Tim Tebow - QB - Florida Gators - Snr
    35th - Detroit Lions - Vince Oghobaase - NT - Duke Blue Devils - R/S Snr
    36th - Buffalo Bills - Lawrence Marsh - UT - Florida Gators - R/S Jnr
    37th - New England Patriots (Jacksonville Jaguars) - Ciron Black - OT - LSU Tigers - Snr
    38th - Cleveland Browns - Jahvid Best - RB - California Golden Bears - Jnr
    39th - Oakland Raiders - Rodney Hudson - OG - Florida State Seminoles – Jnr
    40th - Dallas Cowboys - Morgan Burnett - FS - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets – Jnr
    41st - Kansas City Chiefs - Terrence Cody - NT - Alabama Crimson Tide - Snr
    42nd - San Francisco 49ers - Sam Young - OT - Notre Dame Fighting Irish - Snr
    43rd - Denver Broncos - Brandon LaFell - WR - LSU Tigers - R/S Jnr
    44th - Cincinnati Bengals - Trevard Lindley - CB - Kentucky Wildcats - Snr
    45th - Carolina Panthers - Colt McCoy - QB - Texas Longhorns - R/S Snr
    46th - Baltimore Ravens - Golden Tate - WR - Notre Dame Fighting Irish - Jnr
    47th - Miami Dolphins - George Selvie - DE - South Florida Bulls - Snr
    48th - Seattle Seahawks - Earl Thomas - SS - Texas Longhorns - R/S Sop
    49th - Chicago Bears - Derrick Morgan - DE - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets - Jnr
    50th - New York Jets - Corey Wootton - DE - Northwestern Wildcats - R/S Snr
    51st - Green Bay Packers - Rob Gronkowski - TE - Arizona Wildcats - Jnr
    52nd - Washington Redskins - Josh Bynes - ILB - Auburn Tigers - Jnr
    53rd - Houston Texans - Patrick Robinson - CB - Florida State Seminoles - Snr
    54th - Kansas City Chiefs (from Atlanta Falcons) - Dennis Pitta - TE - BYU Cougars - Snr
    55th - New Orleans Saints - DeMarcus Granger - UT - Oklahoma Sooners - R/S Snr
    56th - New England Patriots (from Tennessee Titans) - Joe McKnight - RB - USC Trojans - Jnr
    57th - Arizona Cardinals - Noel Devine - RB - West Virginia Mountaineers - Jnr
    58th - Indianapolis Colts – Sean Lee - ILB - Penn State Nittany Lions - R/S Snr
    59th - Philadelphia Eagles - Brandon Graham - DE - Michigan Wolverines - Snr
    60th - San Diego Chargers - Marshwan Gilyard - WR - Cincinnati Bearcats - R/S Snr
    61st - Minnesota Vikings - Brian Price - UT - UCLA Bruins - Jnr
    62nd - New England Patriots - Jared Odrick - UT - Penn State Nittany Lions - Snr
    63rd - New York Giants - Donovan Warren - CB - Michigan Wolverines - Jnr
    64th - Pittsburgh Steelers - Gabe Carimi - OT - Wisconsin Badgers - R/S Jnr

    3rd Round

    65th - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Eric Norwood - DE - South Carolina Gamecocks - Snr
    66th - Detroit Lions - Mike Johnson - OG - Alabama Crimson Tide - R/S Snr
    67th - Buffalo Bills - Matt Reynolds - OT - BYU Cougars - R/S Sop
    68th - St Louis Rams - Malcolm Smith - OLB - USC Trojans - Jnr
    69th - Cleveland Browns - Jerry Hughes - DE - TCU Horned Frogs - Snr
    70th - Oakland Raiders - Lee Ziemba - OT - Auburn Tigers - Jnr
    71st - Jacksonville Jaguars - Jarvis Jenkins - NT - Clemson Tigers - Jnr
    72nd - Kansas City Chiefs - Evan Royster - RB - Penn State Nittany Lions - R/S Jnr
    73rd - Dallas Cowboys - Greg Jones - OLB - Michigan State Spartans - Jnr
    74th - Denver Broncos – Kareem Jackson - CB - Alabama Crimson Tide - Jnr
    75th - San Francisco 49ers - Boo Robinson - NT - Wake Forest Demon Deacons - R/S Snr
    76th - Carolina Panthers - Aaron Hernandez - TE - Florida Gators - Jnr
    77th - Baltimore Ravens - DeMarco Murray - RB - Oklahoma Sooners - R/S Jnr
    78th - Miami Dolphins - Darrell Stuckey - SS - Kansas Jayhawks - R/S Snr
    79th - Cincinnati Bengals - Major Wright - FS - Florida Gators - Jnr
    80th - Chicago Bears - Rico McCoy - OLB - Tennessee Volunteers - Snr
    81st - New York Jets - Jon Asamoah - OG - Illinois Fighting Illini - Snr
    82nd - Philadelphia Eagles (from Seattle Seahawks) - Syd'Quan Thompson - CB - California Golden Bears - Snr
    83rd - Washington Redskins - 2009 Supplemental Draft
    84th - Green Bay Packers - Brandon Ghee - CB - Wake Forest Demon Deacons - R/S Snr
    85th - Atlanta Falcons - Brandon Lang - DE - Troy Trojans - R/S Snr
    86th - New Orleans Saints - C.J. Wilson - DE - East Carolina Pirates - Snr
    87th - Tennessee Titans - Kyle Wilson - CB - Boise State Broncos - R/S Jnr
    88th - Houston Texans - Thomas Austin - OG - Clemson Tigers - R/S Snr
    89th - Indianapolis Colts - Javier Arenas - CB - Alabama Crimson Tide - Snr
    90th - Philadelphia Eagles - Adam Ulatoski - OT - Texas Longhorns - Snr
    91st - San Diego Chargers - Charles Scott - RB - LSU Tigers - Snr
    92nd - Arizona Cardinals - Garrett Graham - TE - Wisconsin Badgers - R/S Snr
    93rd - Oakland Raiders (from New England Patriots) - Rennie Curran - OLB - Georgia Bulldogs - Jnr
    94th - Minnesota Vikings - Chris Brown - RB - Oklahoma Sooners - Snr
    95th - New York Giants - John Eates - OC - Hawai'i Warriors - R/S Snr
    96th - Pittsburgh Steelers - Eric Decker - WR - Minnesota Golden Gophers - R/S Snr


    Buffalo Bills



    2nd - Buffalo Bills - Sam Bradford - QB - Oklahoma Sooners - R/S Jnr
    36th - Buffalo Bills - Lawrence Marsh - UT - Florida Gators - R/S Jnr
    67th - Buffalo Bills - Matt Reynolds - OT - BYU Cougars - R/S Sop

    The Bills collect their new Franchise signal caller, a player to spell with and eventually replace Marcus Stroud and also their new Left Tackle. They could go Okung in the 1st but I feel that if they play poorly this season then Dick Jauron will be out the door and a new Coach will want to bring in his own guy.

    Miami Dolphins



    12th - Miami Dolphins - Dez Bryant - WR - Oklahoma State Cowboys - Jnr
    47th - Miami Dolphins - George Selvie - DE - South Florida Bulls - Snr
    78th - Miami Dolphins - Darrell Stuckey - SS - Kansas Jayhawks - R/S Snr

    The Dolphins get their new Number 1 Receiver in Dez Bryant, their 3-4 Outside Linebacker in George Selvie and get a player to eventually replace Yeremiah Bell. The Dolphins biggest defensive need is probably Nose Tackle but I just didn’t see the value on the board for them at any stage.

    New England Patriots



    29th - New England Patriots - Greg Romeus - DE - Pittsburgh Panthers - R/S Jnr
    37th - New England Patriots (Jacksonville Jaguars) - Ciron Black - OT - LSU Tigers - Snr
    56th - New England Patriots (from Tennessee Titans) - Joe McKnight - RB - USC Trojans - Jnr
    62nd - New England Patriots - Jared Odrick - UT - Penn State Nittany Lions - Snr

    The Patriots draft their Pass Rusher to look down the position, despite them strengthening it with Burgess. They also bring in Ciron Black who could pair with Sebastian Vollmer to create a good pair of bookend tackles. The bring in Joe McKnight to replace the failing Laurence Maroney and Jared Odrick to shore up their 5 Technique rotation in the likely event of Richard Seymour’s leaving.

    New York Jets



    16th - New York Jets - Joe Haden - CB - Florida Gators - Jnr
    50th - New York Jets - Corey Wootton - DE - Northwestern Wildcats - R/S Snr
    81st - New York Jets - Jon Asamoah - OG - Illinois Fighting Illini – Snr

    The Jets gain another stand out Corner to pair with Darrelle Revis and move Lito Sheppard to Nickel. They could go Wide Receiver, and Damian Williams could be the pick but I do feel it is a bit early for Williams, and I feel Rex Ryan will pull the trigger on a Defensive Player. They also take Corey Wootton, a 5 Technique from Northwestern shoring up their Defensive Line. Lastly, they take Jon Asamoah. While their Offensive Line is very good their depth on that Offensive Line is almost non-existent.


    Baltimore Ravens



    15th - Baltimore Ravens - Jermaine Gresham - TE - Oklahoma Sooners - Snr
    46th - Baltimore Ravens - Golden Tate - WR - Notre Dame Fighting Irish - Jnr
    77th - Baltimore Ravens - DeMarco Murray - RB - Oklahoma Sooners - R/S Jnr

    While other needs are more paramount, Ossie Newsome has always drafted on talent, not need, so I don’t feel they will pass up on Jermaine Gresham. They will then address their biggest need in Wide Receiver in the 2nd Round. Finally, they bring in a Running Back to replace Willis McGahee.

    Cincinnati Bengals



    13th - Cincinnati Bengals - Jonathan Dwyer - RB - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets - Jnr
    44th - Cincinnati Bengals - Trevard Lindley - CB - Kentucky Wildcats - Snr
    79th - Cincinnati Bengals - Major Wright - FS - Florida Gators - Jnr

    The Bengals address their biggest Offensive need and bring in a new Running Back to replace Cedric Benson. They also get good value at both Cornerback and Safety with Trevard Lindley and Major Wright.

    Cleveland Browns



    7th - Cleveland Browns - Eric Berry - SS - Tennessee Volunteers - Jnr
    38th - Cleveland Browns - Jahvid Best - RB - California Golden Bears - Jnr
    69th - Cleveland Browns - Jerry Hughes - DE - TCU Horned Frogs - Snr

    The Browns haven’t a lot of Defense so their pick should be the best Defensive player available. The good part for them is that it is the best Defensive player in the draft. Eric Berry can play either Safety positions, and will be an automatic elite player on the Browns roster. They then bring in Jahvid Best to replace Jamal Lewis, while also brining in Jerry Hughes, a very good Pass Rushing threat and a player who should play very well in the 3-4.

    Pittsburgh Steelers



    32nd - Pittsburgh Steelers - Kristofer O'Dowd - OC - USC Trojans – Jnr -
    64th - Pittsburgh Steelers - Gabe Carimi - OT - Wisconsin Badgers - R/S Jnr
    96th - Pittsburgh Steelers - Eric Decker - WR - Minnesota Golden Gophers - R/S Snr

    The Steelers bring in Hartwig’s replacement at Center, and also an Offensive Tackle to replace Willie Colon. They also bring in the very underrated Eric Decker to increase their Wide Receiver depth.


    Houston Texans



    The Texans get another Wide Receiver to pair with Andre Johnson and help build a very effective passing game in Houston. They also get Patrick Robinson to either pair with or replace Dunta Robinson depending on how that situation plays out. They also reinforce the interior of their Offensive Line by taking Thomas Austin.

    22nd - Houston Texans - Damian Williams - WR - USC Trojans - R/S Jnr
    53rd - Houston Texans - Patrick Robinson - CB - Florida State Seminoles - Snr
    88th - Houston Texans - Thomas Austin - OG - Clemson Tigers - R/S Snr

    Indianapolis Colts



    27th - Indianapolis Colts - Selvish Capers - OT - West Virginia Mountaineers - R/S Snr
    58th - Indianapolis Colts - Sean Lee - ILB - Penn State Nittany Lions - R/S Snr
    89th - Indianapolis Colts - Javier Arenas - CB - Alabama Crimson Tide - Snr

    The Colts pick the top Zone Blocking Linemen of the Draft which should bring some stability to the Left Tackle position. Ugoh could be moved to Right Tackle if and when Ryan Diem leaves. They also bring in Sean Lee to replace Gary Brackett and get really good value for Arenas to shore up the Cornerback spot and provide the Colts with a dynamic Returner.

    Jacksonville Jaguars



    6th - Jacksonville Jaguars - Jevan Snead - QB - Ole Miss Rebels - R/S Jnr
    71st - Jacksonville Jaguars - Jarvis Jenkins - NT - Clemson Tigers - Jnr

    Jack Del Rio will probably be sacked at the end of this year and their new Head Coach will want his own man, so I feel that if there is one available the Jaguars will go Quarterback at #6. They also need to shore up their run defense with Rob Meier just not cutting it as a starter and John Henderson's play declining.

    Tennessee Titans



    21st - Tennessee Titans - Everson Griffen - DE - USC Trojans - Jnr
    87th - Tennessee Titans - Kyle Wilson - CB - Boise State Broncos - R/S Jnr

    After the 2009 Season, Vanden Bosch and Kearse are Free Agents, so the Titans bring in Everson Griffen to help replace one of the two of them. They also bring in some help at Cornerback as Nick Harper is also a Free Agent and probably won't be resigned.


    Denver Broncos



    18th - Denver Broncos (from Chicago Bears) - Marvin Austin - NT - North Carolina Tar Heels - Jnr
    43rd - Denver Broncos - Brandon LaFell - WR - LSU Tigers - R/S Jnr
    74th - Denver Broncos – Kareem Jackson - CB - Alabama Crimson Tide – Jnr

    The Broncos bring in a new Nose Tackle to anchor their new 3-4 Defensive Line, which is probably their biggest need. They also bring in a Wide Receiver to replace Brandon Marshall who is a Free Agent (and a lazy bastard who won’t learn the playbook). Lastly they bring in a Cornerback to help provide depth for their aging Secondary.

    Kansas City Chiefs



    8th - Kansas City Chiefs - Sergio Kindle - DE - Texas Longhorns - Snr
    41st - Kansas City Chiefs - Terrence Cody - NT - Alabama Crimson Tide – Snr
    54th - Kansas City Chiefs (from Atlanta Falcons) - Dennis Pitta - TE - BYU Cougars – Snr
    72nd - Kansas City Chiefs - Evan Royster - RB - Penn State Nittany Lions - R/S Jnr

    The Chiefs take Sergio Kindle and with that they finally bring in a new Pass Rusher, there biggest need for the last three years. They also get Terrence Cody at good value to provide them with an Elite 3 man Front of Jackson, Cody and Dorsey. They have to replace Tony Gonzalez and so they bring in Dennis Pitta. Lastly, they shore up their Running Backs with Evan Royster.

    Oakland Raiders



    5th - Oakland Raiders - Taylor Mays - FS - USC Trojans - Snr
    39th - Oakland Raiders - Rodney Hudson - OG - Florida State Seminoles - Jnr
    70th - Oakland Raiders - Lee Ziemba - OT - Auburn Tigers - Jnr
    93rd - Oakland Raiders (from New England Patriots) - Rennie Curran - OLB - Georgia Bulldogs - Jnr

    I think when push comes to shove Al Davis will always take the better athlete rather than the better football player and so will take Taylor Mays ahead of Eric Berry to replace the bust that is Michael Huff. They will also take Rodney Hudson and Lee Ziemba to shore up their rather poor Offensive Line. Lastly, they take Rennie Curran to provide depth and eventually start at Linebacker.

    San Diego Chargers



    25th - San Diego Chargers - Arthur Jones - UT - Syracuse Orange - Snr
    60th - San Diego Chargers - Marshwan Gilyard - WR - Cincinnati Bearcats - R/S Snr
    91st - San Diego Chargers – Charles Scott - RB - LSU – Snr

    The Chargers bring in Arthur Jones to replace Igor Olshansky and allow Shawn Merriman more of a free reign. This pick obviously changes if they don’t resign Merriman. They also bring in Marshwan Gilyard, from Cincinnati, as many of their Receivers are Free Agent and they won’t retain all of them. Lastly, they bring in the power back Charles Scott, as I don’t feel that after L.T. hangs up the boots that Sproles can pound the Football.

    I originally had LeGarrette Blount as the Chargers 3rd Round pick, but removed him for a slight mishap on his part.


    Dallas Cowboys



    9th - Dallas Cowboys - Arrelious Benn - WR - Illinois Fighting Illini - Jnr
    40th - Dallas Cowboys - Morgan Burnett - FS - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets - Jnr
    73rd - Dallas Cowboys - Greg Jones - OLB - Michigan State Spartans – Jnr

    The Cowboys still have Roy Williams but they don’t have a helluva lot else at Receiver and so take Arrelious Benn in the 1st Round. They need to replace the other Roy Williams and do so by taking the hard hitting Morgan Burnett. Finally, Keith Brooking is a bit of a stop gap. He’s on his last legs and they need a player for the future so they bring in Greg Jones.

    New York Giants



    31st - New York Giants - Reshad Jones - SS - Georgia Bulldogs - R/S Jnr
    63rd - New York Giants - Donovan Warren - CB - Michigan Wolverines - Jnr
    95th - New York Giants - John Eates - OC - Hawai'i Warriors - R/S Snr

    The Giants bring in a young Strong Safety to create a top quality, young Safety partnership with Kenny Philips and then continue to shore up their defense with Warren, who will at least compete for Nickel. Lastly, the bring in more interior Line help and a player who could eventually replace the aging O’Hara.

    Philadelphia Eagles



    28th - Philadelphia Eagles - Michael Morgan - OLB - USC Trojans - R/S Jnr
    59th - Philadelphia Eagles - Brandon Graham - DE - Michigan Wolverines – Snr
    82nd - Philadelphia Eagles (from Seattle Seahawks) - Syd'Quan Thompson - CB - California Golden Bears – Snr
    90th - Philadelphia Eagles - Adam Ulatoski - OT - Texas Longhorns - Snr

    The Eagles bring in Michael Morgan to play Weakside Linebacker and also bring in an every down Left End in Brandon Graham. They also bring in more Cornerback depth and bring in Adam Ulatoski, at very good value, to bring quality depth to their injury prone Offensive Line.

    Washington Redskins



    19th - Washington Redskins - Brandon Spikes - ILB - Florida Gators - Snr
    52nd - Washington Redskins - Josh Bynes - ILB - Auburn Tigers - Jnr

    The Redskins bring in Brandon Spikes who will eventually replace the aging London Fletcher, and Josh Bynes who will replace Rocky McIntosh.


    Chicago Bears



    49th - Chicago Bears - Derrick Morgan - DE - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets - Jnr
    80th - Chicago Bears - Rico McCoy - OLB - Tennessee Volunteers - Snr

    The Bears bring in help along their Defensive Line, which has had difficulty in creating a Pass Rush, while also brining in Rico McCoy, at good value, to compete for the Strongside Linebacker position.

    Detroit Lions



    4th - Detroit Lions - Russell Okung - OT - Oklahoma State Cowboys - Snr
    35th - Detroit Lions - Vince Oghobaase - NT - Duke Blue Devils - R/S Snr
    66th - Detroit Lions - Mike Johnson - OG - Alabama Crimson Tide - R/S Snr

    The Lions need to retool their Offensive Line in order to give them a potential explosive Offense. Russell Okung is prototypical as a Left Tackle and will be an automatic upgrade over Backus. They also bring in Vince Oghobaase, a 4-3 Nose Tackle, who is both stout against the run but also penetrates the pocket very well. Lastly, they continue to rebuild their Offensive Line by bringing in Mike Johnson.

    Green Bay Packers



    20th - Green Bay Packers - Trent Williams - OT - Oklahoma Sooners - Snr
    51st - Green Bay Packers - Rob Gronkowski - TE - Arizona Wildcats - Jnr
    84th - Green Bay Packers - Brandon Ghee - CB - Wake Forest Demon Deacons - R/S Snr

    The Packers bring in Trent Williams to replace Chad Clifton, and also bring in a new Tight End in Rob Gronkowski, two moves that should go a long way to improving Green Bay’s Offense. They also bring in Brandon Ghee to provide better depth at Cornerback.

    Minnesota Vikings


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    30th - Minnesota Vikings - Ras-I Dowling - CB - Virginia Cavaliers - Jnr
    61st - Minnesota Vikings - Brian Price - UT - UCLA Bruins - Jnr
    94th - Minnesota Vikings - Chris Brown - RB - Oklahoma Sooners - Snr

    The Vikings bring in a Cornerback to pair with Antoine Winfield and provide them with real strength in depth at the position. With Pat Williams getting older, they bring in Brian Price to help shore up the Defensive Tackle rotation. With Chester Taylor’s contract expiring (and him probably wanting a starting job somewhere) the Vikings bring in a new 3rd down back in Chris Brown.


    Atlanta Falcons



    23rd - Atlanta Falcons - Sean Weatherspoon - OLB - Missouri Tigers - Snr
    85th - Atlanta Falcons - Brandon Lang - DE - Troy Trojans - R/S Snr

    The Falcons address their biggest need, Linebacker, by drafting Sean Weatherspoon. They also provide themselves with a better Pass Rush by giving John Abraham some help by bringing in Brandon Lang.

    Carolina Panthers



    45th - Carolina Panthers - Colt McCoy - QB - Texas Longhorns - R/S Snr
    76th - Carolina Panthers - Aaron Hernandez - TE - Florida Gators – Jnr

    The Panthers need to replace Jake Delhomme and while Colt McCoy has his detractors he is still a very able Quarterback. The Panthers also bring in a new Pass Catching Tight End, who should provide the Panthers with an option if teams are able to neutralise Steve Smith.

    New Orleans Saints



    24th - New Orleans Saints - Rolando McClain - ILB - Alabama Crimson Tide - Jnr
    55th - New Orleans Saints - DeMarcus Granger - UT - Oklahoma Sooners - R/S Snr
    86th - New Orleans Saints - C.J. Wilson - DE - East Carolina Pirates – Snr

    The Saints bring in McClain, who will either play Middle Linebacker and Vilma move to Weakside Linebacker, or he can play Strongside Linebacker. They also give Sedrick Ellis a new partner for their interior Defensive Line with DeMarcus Granger, and a new Defensive End to help in their rotation.

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers



    1st - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Gerald McCoy - UT - Oklahoma Sooners - R/S Jnr
    33rd - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Travis Lewis - OLB - Oklahoma Sooners - R/S Sop
    65th - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Eric Norwood - DE - South Carolina Gamecocks – Snr

    The Buccaneers are in complete rebuilding mode and with their Offense being decent enough at the skill positions they turn to their Defense. The great Tampa Bay defense was build around 5 players, Warren Sapp, John Lynch, Derrick Brooks, Ronde Barber and Simeon Rice. Just a couple of Hall of Famers here and there. Or 5. They need to retool that defense in these players image. Last year they brought in Aqib Talib. This year they bring in Gerald McCoy, a prototypical 3 Technique, Travis Lewis, a very talented Weakside Linebacker and will also bring in Eric Norwood. Norwood isn’t a pure Pass Rusher but he should be able to help them get after the Quarterback.


    Arizona Cardinals



    26th - Arizona Cardinals - Anthony Davis - OT - Rutgers Scarlet Knights - Jnr
    57th - Arizona Cardinals - Noel Devine - RB - West Virginia Mountaineers - Jnr
    92nd - Arizona Cardinals - Garrett Graham - TE - Wisconsin Badgers - R/S Snr

    Mike Gandy’s play has declined recently, and his contract expires at the end of the season, so the Cardinals will look to provide Levi Brown with a bookend partner and will do so with Anthony Davis. Noel Devine provides them with a fast change of pace back who can also provide cover in the Return game. Lastly, they add even more Offensive weapons by finally bringing in a Tight End.

    St. Louis Rams



    3rd - St Louis Rams - Carlos Dunlap - DE - Florida Gators - Jnr
    34th - St Louis Rams - Tim Tebow - QB - Florida Gators - Snr
    68th - St Louis Rams - Malcolm Smith - OLB - USC Trojans - Jnr

    Spagnuolo built his Defensive system on one major thing. Getting to the Quarterback. Leonard Little is done and so they need a Defensive End to pair with Chris Long and Carlos Dunlap provides them with their own version of Mario Williams. A Defensive Line with Long, Dunlap and Carriker is a scary prospect for any Quarterback. The Rams must also be coming to the conclusion that Marc Bulger can’t cut it anymore. They need a new Quarterback and so they bring in the Tim Tebow. Tebow has his contractors, but unlike previous dual threat Quarterbacks, and Urban Meyer Quarterbacks, he is an extremely hard worker and so should excel at the NFL level. Lastly, they bring in Malcolm Smith to help shore up their Linebackers.

    San Francisco 49ers



    11th - San Francisco 49ers - Ndamukong Suh - UT - Nebraska Cornhuskers – Snr
    14th - San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina Panthers) - Greg Hardy - DE - Ole Miss Rebels - Snr
    42nd - San Francisco 49ers - Sam Young - OT - Notre Dame Fighting Irish - Snr
    75th - San Francisco 49ers - Boo Robinson - NT - Wake Forest Demon Deacons - R/S Snr

    San Francisco are in a pretty good position. They don’t have too many glaring weaknesses and should have two relatively high Draft picks in the 1st Round. The need to upgrade their Pass Rush and their Defensive Line in general. With that they take Ndamukong Suh, as prototypical a 5 Technique as there has been in the draft since Richard Seymour. They add to this by having Greg Hardy coming off Suh’s shoulder. The two should create a pretty scary combination. They also need to bring in a new Offensive Tackle, either Right or Left as Staley can play both. Sam Young provides them with a potentially elite Right Tackle to pair with Staley for a long time. Lastly, they bring in a new Nose Tackle to help anchor their Defensive Line with Boo Robinson.

    Seattle Seahawks



    10th - Seattle Seahawks (from Denver Broncos) - Bryan Bulaga - OT - Iowa Hawkeyes - Jnr
    17th - Seattle Seahawks - C.J. Spiller - RB - Clemson Tigers - Snr
    48th - Seattle Seahawks - Earl Thomas - SS - Texas Longhorns - R/S Sop

    The Seahawks are in a good spot as they will have given up their 2nd Round pick last year and probably picked up at worst a Top 15 pick this year. They need to replace Walter Jones. It is rumoured that they were quite high on Jason Smith last year and would have drafted him if he had slipped to them so I feel they will go that way this year and bring in Bryan Bulaga. They also haven’t really had a Running Game since Shaun Alexander’s fall from grace and so C.J. Spiller gives them a top quality back. They also need to improve their secondary and so bring in Earl Thomas.unt
    Last edited by Seamus2602; 09-04-2009, 08:26 PM.
    Originally posted by George Carlin

    In Football the object is for the Field General to be on target with his aerial assault, riddling the Defence by hitting his Receivers with deadly accuracy, in spite of the Blitz, even if he has to use the Shotgun. With short bullet passes and long bombs he marches his troops into enemy territory, balancing this aerial assault with a sustained ground attack which punches holes in the forward wall of the enemy’s Defensive Line.

    In Baseball the object is to go home and be safe.

  • #2
    Trent Williams for KC in RD 1 please.OL is by far need numero uno

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    • #3
      Def. +rep for the work and effort. I'd like to start off by saying I like where you have the Vikings picking, but couldn't you move them down a spot or two? :)
      I'm not a big fan of the Vikings picks though. I like Dowling, but the Vikings don't really need a CB. The team likes Griffin and signed him to big extension this offseason. Asher Allen was drafted to replace Winfield in a few years, and be the nickel back until then. DT is one of the biggest needs, but NT not UT. I do like the Brown pick, with Chester likely leaving after this season.

      I'd probably go with either Mt. Cody, then either a DE or QB, and either Brown or DE/QB. Or I'd go with a DE/QB like Graham or Colt McCoy, Boo Robinson, and then either a DE/QB or Brown.

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      • #4
        Cool layout....

        For the raiders I really hope we go dline. This years draft will have alot of good DT's and DE's that we have needed for a long time. For me Id go..

        1st Ndamukong Suh DT
        2nd George Selvie DE
        3rd Lee Ziemba OT
        3rd Rennie Curran OLB


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        • #5
          I'm hoping for a few more Denver losses so Seattle can finesse a great safety (Berry,Mays) and a great OT(Williams,Bulaga) out of this draft. Great effort on the mock.

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          • #6
            For the Jets:

            You were relatively accurate in a lot of your explanations, so you clearly did your research. I understand not thinking Williams is good value at 16, but not addressing the WR position at all could be a little scary. This is obviously without knowing what happens in FA and such and I think the trade route is better, but WR is a large need.

            Going defense in the first round I can buy, just not sure if I can buy corner. I don't particularly remember the Ravens ever investing first rounders in corners (you could prove me wrong) and I tend to think that the pass rush is more important than high level corner play in the scheme because of that, though I could be wrong. With Baby Lockdown already on board as you mentioned I don't think it's really a round 1 need, more of a 2-4 situation if at all. Probably more likely to bring on a vet than a first round rookie to fill a #2 corner spot IMO. I could buy a lot of positions there, basically any 3-4 DL spot along with WR and maybe even an offensive tackle. Just not sure corner is realistic based on the situation and Ryan's history.

            Second round is an awesome pick, I'll just leave it at that.

            Third round I can definitely see where you're going with OL depth. I do think that tackle is more of a concern than guard by a long shot though. While Faneca is aging we just took Matt Slauson in the 6th round who Callahan really likes, and Brandon Moore is solid. Plus Damien Woody may be better suited to play interior than tackle, so I think drafting a good RT improves depth at both tackle and guard along with improving the starter at both spots and would be the better route to take.

            You definitely have a good idea of what you're talking about though and I'm kind of nitpicking, that really wouldn't be a bad draft at all just figured I'd throw out my thoughts anyway. Nice job with it.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Seamus2602 View Post
              23rd - Atlanta Falcons - Sean Weatherspoon - OLB - Missouri Tigers - Snr
              I'd be really bummed to see him go the pick before us
              24th - New Orleans Saints - Rolando McClain - ILB - Alabama Crimson Tide - Jnr
              I dont really like McClain to the saints because of the simple thing that I dont see him playing anywhere else than MLB and Vilma shouldnt play anywhere else either. I've left some picks below here who I'd rather have
              26th - Arizona Cardinals - Anthony Davis - OT - Rutgers Scarlet Knights - Jnr
              Might just be to good value to pass up on
              31st - New York Giants - Reshad Jones - SS - Georgia Bulldogs - R/S Jnr
              Saints could very well need another safety next year and Reshad Jones is a stud, can play both safety positions imo
              32nd - Pittsburgh Steelers - Kristofer O'Dowd - OC - USC Trojans – Jnr
              Great Center prospects and center is the weakest part of the Saints OLine, could be the pick to make

              2nd Round

              33rd - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Travis Lewis - OLB - Oklahoma Sooners - R/S Sop
              Translates pretty well to will and that is the LB position that needs the biggest upgrade for the saints. Dont really like him though but thats personal
              35th - Detroit Lions - Vince Oghobaase - NT - Duke Blue Devils - R/S Snr
              Saints need a nosetackle to play alongside ellis and occasionally hargrove, also really like oghobaase to boot
              41st - Kansas City Chiefs - Terrence Cody - NT - Alabama Crimson Tide - Snr
              see oghobaase
              46th - Baltimore Ravens - Golden Tate - WR - Notre Dame Fighting Irish - Jnr
              Don't think he goes pro unless charlie gets the boot and then its almost a given that Jimmy goes pro as well
              55th - New Orleans Saints - DeMarcus Granger - UT - Oklahoma Sooners - R/S Snr
              Saints dont really need an UT they need a NT imo
              58th - Indianapolis Colts – Sean Lee - ILB - Penn State Nittany Lions - R/S Snr
              Translates well to will, would be a good pick if the first picks wasnt a linebacker
              59th - Philadelphia Eagles - Brandon Graham - DE - Michigan Wolverines - Snr
              would be a decent pick as well, good value at 55


              3rd Round


              69th - Cleveland Browns - Jerry Hughes - DE - TCU Horned Frogs - Snr
              Way to low for hughes to go in my book, the guy is an awesome passrusher.

              86th - New Orleans Saints - C.J. Wilson - DE - East Carolina Pirates - Snr
              Dont know enough about him but another DE is welcome so its not a bad pick positionwise
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              24th - New Orleans Saints - Rolando McClain - ILB - Alabama Crimson Tide - Jnr
              55th - New Orleans Saints - DeMarcus Granger - UT - Oklahoma Sooners - R/S Snr
              86th - New Orleans Saints - C.J. Wilson - DE - East Carolina Pirates – Snr

              The Saints bring in McClain, who will either play Middle Linebacker and Vilma move to Weakside Linebacker(please dont) , or he can play Strongside Linebacker(no real need there). They also give Sedrick Ellis a new partner for their interior Defensive Line with DeMarcus Grangerboth ut's, and a new Defensive End to help in their rotation(good job).
              Comments in bold.
              Overall really great job on the three rounder, but i went on and nitpicked a bit. The UT mistake is easily cuz ellis looks like a nt but plays ut (and plays like a ut and hargrove although most saints fans are pretty sure of it the impact of hargrove is not yet proven). I really dont know why people keep wanting to move Vilma out of the middle but please dont do it.
              Dont be offended or anything cuz i was really nitpicking here.
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              - No pass rusher till the fourth round (or preferably at all)
              - Corner or Wideout in the first
              - No reaching
              - No Kelvin Benjamin

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              • #8
                Jaguars:

                I like Snead, that would be a very reasonable pick if there's a new head coach. However, Jenkins would be like drafting Terrance Knighton in back to back years. Knighton is already starting over Rob Meier. If we go DT, which I would not mind, it should be in the 1st round.

                I think a center would make more sense in the third round to groom behind Meester.

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                • #9
                  The Berry and Hughes picks are very good.

                  I do not think the Browns would go for Jahvid Best though, because they already have James Davis and Jerome Harrison... they need a bigger back to replace Jamal Lewis.

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                  • #10
                    I like O'Dowd, but give us JO or Black in the first. In the second, Hughes or Boo Robinson will be better, and the Steelers don't need another WR.

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                    • #11
                      I didn't read it all, but from what I can tell you put a lot of effort in to this and it shows, very well presented. And I would be absolutely enthralled if that Eagles draft happened, that is fantastic.

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                      • #12
                        Bills I'd go
                        Jevan Snead
                        Terrence Cody
                        Charles Brown

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                        • #13
                          The Packers won't be going TE in the first three rounds given the progress of Jermichael Finley. Based off of who is left on the board, i think Eric Norwood would be a logical choice as competition for OLB and a potential replacement for Aaron Kampman; he may become a FA.


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                          • #14
                            I wouldn't complain with that Rams draft maybe get a CB but not a bad draft

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                            • #15
                              Buccaneers:

                              Gerald McCoy is absolutely the right pick at number 1.

                              Depending on how Black and Hayes do this year, I doubt the Bucs take an OLB that early. Even with Roy Miller it would still be very tempting to take Terrence Cody if he was there.


                              Regarding round 2 and 3 I think the Bucs would be better off filling their two other major needs of CB and WR(in that order)

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