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  • 3 round mock plus first pick of the 3rd

    1st 1 St. Louis Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska
    2 Detroit Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma
    3 Tampa Bay Eric Berry S Tennessee
    4 Washington Sam Bradford QB Oklahoma
    5 Kansas City Rolondo McClain LB Alabama
    6 Seattle Russel Okung OT Oklahoma St.
    7 Cleveland Joe Haden CB Flordia
    8 Oakland Anthoney Davis OT Rutgers
    9 Buffalo Jimmey Clauson QB Notre Dame
    10 Jaxenville Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech
    11 Denver (from Chicogo) Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma St.
    12 Miami Taylor Mays S Southern California
    13 San francisco Bruce Campbell OT Maryland
    14 Seattle (from DEN) C.J. Spiller RB Clemson
    15 New York Giants Earl Thomas S Texas
    16 tennissee Dan Williams DT Tennessee
    17 San francisco (from Car.) Chad Jones S Louisiannaia St.
    18 Pittsburgh Tarrance Cody DT Alabama
    19 Antlanta Carlos Dunlap DE Flordia
    20 Houston Perrish Cox CB Oklahoma St.
    21 Cincinati Martey Gillyard WR Cincinati
    22 New England Brandon Ghrahm OLB Michagan
    23 Green Bay Brian Bulugia OT Iowa
    24 Phillidalphia Sergio Kindell OLB Texas
    25 Baltimore Arrenoulis Benn WR Illionis
    26 Arizonia Jason Pierre-Paul DE South Flordia
    27 Dallas Golden Tate WR Notre Dame
    28 San Degio Jahvid Best RB California
    29 New York Jets Ricky Sapp OLB Clemson
    30 Minnisota Kyle Wilson CB Boisie St.
    31 Indinapolis Sean Witherspoon OLB Missouri
    32 New Orlenes Patrick Robenson CB Flordia St.
    2nd 33 St. Louis Brandon Lafell WR Louisiannaia St.
    34 Detroit Mike Ipatu OG Idaho
    35 Tampa Bay Everson Griffin DE Southern California
    36 Kansas City Jermaine Gressiam TE Oklahoma
    37 Washington Trent Williams OT Oklahoma
    38 Cleveland Jerry Houghs DE Texas Christian
    39 Oakland Navorro Bowman OLB Penn St.
    40 Seattle Donavan Warren CB Michagan
    41 Buffalo Charles Brown OT Southern California
    42 Tampa Bay Damian Williams WR Southern California
    43 Miami Eric Norwood OLB South Carolinia
    44 New England Jonathan Dwryer RB Georgia Tech
    45 Denver Brandon Spikes MLB Flordia
    46 New York Giants Reshad Jones S Georgia
    47 New England Vladimir Ducasse OG Massutuchetts
    48 Carolinia Dexter McCluster RB Ole Miss.
    49 San Francisco Dominque Franks CB Oklahoma
    50 Kansas City Nate Allen S South Flordia
    51 Houston Morgan Burnett S Georgia Tech
    52 Pittsburgh Ryan Mathews RB Fresno St.
    53 New England Aurther Jones DT Sarycuse
    54 Cincinati Corey Wotten DE Northwestern
    55 Phillidalphia Jason Fox OT Miami
    56 Green Bay Brandon Ghee CB Wake Forest
    57 Baltimore Javier Arenas CB Alabama
    58 Arizonia Dan LaFeaver QB Central Michigan
    59 Dallas Selvish Capers OT West Virginia
    60 San Degio Kyle Calloway OT Iowa
    61 New York Jets A.J. Edds OLB Iowa
    62 Minnisota Tony Pike QB Cincinati
    63 Indinapolis Kareem Jackson CB Alabama
    64 New Orlenes Daryl Washington LB Texas Christian
    3rd 65 St. Louis Jared Odrick DE Penn St.
    66 Detroit Deven McCortny CB Rutgers
    67 Tampa Bay Eric Decker WR Minnisota
    68 Washington Forfited Forfited Forfited
    69 Kansas City Ciron Black OT Louisiannaia St.
    70 Oakland Jevan Snead QB Ole Miss.
    71 Phillidalphia Greg Hardy DE Ole Miss.
    72 Cleveland Mike Johnson OG Alabama
    73 Buffalo Aaron Hernandez TE Flordia
    74 Miami Jay Ross NT East Carolinia
    75 Jaxenville Tim Tebow QB Flordia
    76 Chicogo Major Wright S Flordia
    77 New York Giants Tyson Alualu DT California
    78 tennissee Vince Oghobaase DT Duke
    79 Carolinia Colt McCoy QB Texas
    80 San Francisco Lamarr Houston DT Texas
    81 Denver Jon Asomoah OG Illionis
    82 Houston Trevard Lindley CB Kentukey
    83 Pittsburgh Jared Valdheer OT Hillside
    84 Antlanta Jerome Murphy CB South Flordia
    85 Cincinati Rob Gronkowksi TE Arizona
    86 Oakland Mitch Petrus OG Arkansas
    87 Green Bay Toby Garheart RB Stanford
    88 Phillidalphia Akwasi Owusu-Ansah CB Indiania(PA)
    89 Baltimore Lindsey Witten DE Connecticutt
    90 Arizonia Justin Walton C Baylor
    91 Dallas Harry Coleman S Louisiannaia St.
    92 San Degio Sean Lee MLB Penn St.
    93 Cleveland Joe McKnight RB Southern California
    94 Minnisota TJ Ward S Oregon
    95 Indinapolis Sean Canfield QB Oregan St
    96 New Orlenes Austen Lane DE Murray St.
    97 tennissee (comp.) Lee Ziemba OT Aubern
    98 Cincinati (Comp) Zane Beadles OG Utah
    99 Antlanta (comp.) Ed Dickson TE Oregon
    4th 100 St. Louis Demaryius Thomas WR Georgia Tech

  • #2
    You need to give the Bucs a defensive tackle. It's by far their biggest need.

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    • #3
      im still withholding judgement on bradford until he checks out with medical, performs well in workouts, and interviews. as of now i dont see him as a top 5 pick. i love trent williams in the 2nd round. i doubt he falls that far though.

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      • #4
        1st and 2nd pick for Cincy are atrocious. Gilyard is a reach in the 1st and doesn't fit what the offense needs. DE is not a need at all and Wootton doesn't fit their defense anyway. Gronkowski is a good pick though. Beadles got destroyed at the Senior Bowl and has no business in the 3rd round.

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        • #5
          ok, cody and veldeer.....ill take it, i think veldeer is alot like jason cappizzi who we have already had but whatever, maybe he can be better
          E]

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          • #6
            my only beef with this draft... it's Atlanta. not Antlanta.

            Owner of ScarDraft
            Atlanta Falcons and NFL Draft Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report

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            • #7
              Gronkowksi in R3 if you are set on TE and it is great

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              • #8
                Originally posted by rodgers 4 mvp View Post
                9 Buffalo Jimmey Clauson QB Notre Dame
                2nd
                41 Buffalo Charles Brown OT Southern California
                43 Miami Eric Norwood OLB South Carolinia
                45 Denver Brandon Spikes MLB Flordia
                47 New England Vladimir Ducasse OG Massutuchetts
                54 Cincinati Corey Wotten DE Northwestern
                3rd
                73 Buffalo Aaron Hernandez TE Flordia
                83 Pittsburgh Jared Valdheer OT Hillside
                85 Cincinati Rob Gronkowksi TE Arizona
                100 St. Louis Demaryius Thomas WR Georgia Tech
                Im with you in the first round, but not a big fan of Brown in general, he offers good upside in pass protection, but lacks in the run game for me, the position is correct but with it looking like Chan Gailey is gonna go run first then pass, I would imagine they are gonna look at someone who is stronger, and gets a better push in the run game. Hernandez in the third is similar, he might have an upside in the passing game, but cant run block worth a S#@t, and if the Bills for some ungodly reason went TE in the 3rd would probably go with Gronkowski who fits more into what they are trying do. But TE is not a priority for the team, so I dont see them taking a TE this early, if at all in this draft. LT, QB, NT, LB (ILB and OLB), WR, and a 3-4 DE IMO are all bigger needs. Personally with the way this draft went, I think Clausen, then Ducasse (if he can play LT), Spikes, or Norwood in the second, and Veldheer (possibly Thomas) in the 3rd is much more likely, unless Gailey is planning on going to a spread offense, which is highly unlikely.
                "It must be contract year!"

                Deion Sanders

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                • #9
                  give the skins okung in the first and its perfect
                  RIP Sean Michael Taylor

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                  • #10
                    You can't spell Orleans, and please give us a reason to get a Dime CB in the first round please?

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                    • #11
                      I would take Spikes instead of Bowman in the 2nd for Oakland, but that's my only quibble, nice work.

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                      • #12
                        If this was the Vikings draft, I would be very upset.

                        Bonekrusher.

                        Originally posted by JordanTaber
                        Football...it's rocket surgery now, folks.

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                        • #13
                          Eh, decent KC mock I guess.

                          Originally posted by fenikz
                          His soft D really turns me off
                          ** RIP themaninblack. You will be missed. **

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                          • #14
                            Waited to long for OL.

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                            • #15
                              Love the pike pick, but he'll be gone by that time. WE DONT NEED SAFETY HELP! I wish these faux-vikings fans will stop posting that garbage. A few tweaks and we'd be unstoppable.(see offseason plan in team forum)

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