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    Round 1
    St. Louis (1-15) - Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame
    Rams have 2 top ten picks on the d-line but no franchise QB. I think it's OT, QB or trade down. But who wants to trade up?
    Detroit (2-14) - Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska
    Lions could go OT to protect their young QB but Suh is too good to pass up.
    Tampa Bay (3-13) - Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma
    Again could go OT for the young QB but McCoy is a play maker on defense that the Bucs haven't had in a long time.
    Washington (4-12) - Russell Okung, Oklahoma State
    With Samuels retiring Mike gets a future LT for the next decade.
    Kansas City (4-12) - Bruce Campbell, Maryland
    Chiefs have to keep their QB upright and they seem to have a good young RB that could use so holes to run through.
    Seattle (5-11) - Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
    Seattle should be rebuilding this year. You don't get a shot at a QB like this at #7 very often.
    Cleveland (5-11) - Eric Berry, S, Tennessee
    A stud DB to help that under achieving secondary.
    Oakland (5-11) - Jason Pierre-Paul, South Florida
    If Al Davis sees that video of this kid back flipping he'll trade up for him. And this takes some pressure off Seymour.
    Buffalo (6-10) - Trent Williams, Oklahoma
    The Bills need to keep their QB upright. Williams is a stud LT.
    Jacksonville (7-9) - Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State
    The Jags get a playmaker receiver. Big, strong, fast and way better than anything on the roster.
    Denver - from Chicago (7-9) - Rolando McClain, Alabama
    Such a great value and in the 3-4 you need athletic LB's.
    Miami (7-9) - Dan Williams, Tennessee
    Starts at DT from day one for the Phins.
    San Francisco (8-8) - Joe Haden, Florida
    CB might not be a huge need but with Clements and Haden teams would be hard pressed to pass.
    Seattle - from Denver (8-8) - C.J. Spiller, Clemson
    Again they are rebuilding. This is a need and fits well with the system.
    New York Giants (8-8) - Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri
    Giants could use an athletic LB who can make plays.
    Tennessee (8-8) - Brandon Graham, Michigan
    An instant pass rush nightmare for Manning.
    San Francisco - from Carolina (8-8) - Bryan Bulaga, Iowa
    9ers get a stud LT.
    Pittsburgh (9-7) - Anthony Davis, Rutgers
    Big Ben might stay upright this year.
    Atlanta (9-7) - Carlos Dunlap, Florida
    Freak athlete. Can the Falcons keep him motivated?
    Houston (9-7) - Ryan Mathews, Fresno State
    Houston has yet to have a quality NFL RB. This stops with this pick.
    Cincinnati* (10-6) - Earl Thomas, FS, Texas
    Bengals get a ball hawk safety.
    New England* (10-6) - Jerry Hughes, TCU
    Instant upgrade at OLB. The Pats are old. They need to get young fast if they want to compete.
    Green Bay* (11-5) - Charles Brown, USC
    Rodgers ran for his life last year. CLifton is old as dirt. A need.
    Philadelphia* (11-5) - Everson Griffen, USC
    Stud DE for the Eagles.
    Baltimore* (9-7) - Sergio Kindle, Texas
    Perfect fit for the Ravens.
    Arizona* (10-6) - Tim Tebow, Florida
    Is Leinart the guy. Well this will push him to be. Tebow is a winner and fits with that high powered offense.
    Dallas* (11-5) - Taylor Mays, USC
    Freak of nature. Al Davis might trade up for him. But fills a need and is an upgrade.
    San Diego* (13-3) - Jahvid Best, California
    No LT no problem.
    New York Jets* (9-7) - Golden Tate, Notre Dame
    Gives Sanchez a nice target. This is Hines Ward with speed.
    Minnesota* (12-4) - Brian Price, UCLA
    Pat Williams is old as dirt and is in the last year of his contract.
    Indianapolis* (14-2) - Kareem Jackson, Alabama
    Jackson fits right in the Colts system and fills a need.
    New Orleans* (13-3) Brandon Ghee, Wake Forest
    An upgrade in the secondary.

    Round 2
    St. Louis (1-15) - Mike Iupati, Idaho
    Some say he can play OT. I think he's a guard. Maybe RT. But definately a good deal.
    Detroit (2-14) - Devin McCourty, Rutgers
    Could go many different directions. But fills a need and is a good value.
    Tampa Bay (3-13) - Arrelious Benn, Illinois
    Bucs give their young QB a target to throw too.
    Kansas City (4-12) - Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma
    With the loss of Gonzalez the Chiefs lost that safety valve in the middle of the field.
    Washington (4-12) - Jared Odrick, Penn State
    Great value and can play the 3-4 or 4-3.
    Cleveland (5-11) - Montario Hardesty, Tennessee
    Harrison is exciting but can he take the pounding of an every down back?
    Oakland (5-11) - Jacoby Ford, Clemson
    COme on he ran a 4.28 we all know where he is going.
    Seattle (5-11) - Damian Williams, USC
    QB, RB and now receiver. All great values. This would be a dream for any team wanting to rebuild.
    Buffalo (6-10) - Toby Gerhart, Stanford
    A hard nosed football player. Instant upgrade at the RB position.
    Tampa Bay - from Chicago (7-9) - Daryl Washington, TCU
    Tamp hasn't had a stud backer like this since Brooks.
    Miami (7-9) - Dorin Dickerson, Pittsburgh
    Freak of nature. Either going to play WR or TE. Figure it out once you get him in camp.
    New England - from Jacksonville (7-9) - Brandon LaFell, LSU
    With Moss gone after this year and Welker probably out this year a need.
    Denver (8-8) - Terrence Cody, Alabama
    A huge man to plug up the middle of that d-line.
    New York Giants (8-8) - Vladimir Ducasse, UMass
    A stud guard and great value.
    New England - from Tennessee (8-8) - Aaron Hernandez, Florida
    What kind of draft would it be with the Pats not taking a TE.
    Carolina (8-8) - Jevan Snead, Ole Miss
    Delomne is gone and the Panthers need a signal caller.
    San Francisco (8-8) - Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan
    LeFevour is a great athlete and has been a stud in College. Might need time to develop though.
    Kansas City - from Atlanta (9-7) - Nate Allen, South Florida
    Ball hawk Safety for the Chiefs.
    Houston (9-7) - Chris Cook, Virginia
    Fills the hole from Robinson leaving.
    Pittsburgh (9-7) - Brandon Spikes, Florida
    Farrior is old. Spikes is a thumper who would instantly upgrade the ILB position.
    New England* (10-6) - Lamarr Houston, Texas
    Fills the hole Seymour left.
    Cincinnati* (10-6) - Jamar Chaney, Mississippi State
    Jones is old as dirt and Chaney is a freak of nature. Perfect replacement.
    Philadelphia* (11-5) - Dexter McCluster, Ole Miss
    Small RB with great hands. Sound familiar?
    Green Bay* (11-5) - Alex Carrington, Arkansas State
    Perfect 3-4 DE.
    Baltimore* (9-7) - Reshad Jones, Georgia
    Hard nosed safety and insurance with Reed speaking of retirement.
    Arizona* (10-6) - Darrell Stuckey, Kansas
    I know they traded for Rhodes but Stuckey is too good of a value.
    Dallas* (11-5) - Carlton Mitchell, South Florida
    Roy Williams has not lived up to expectations.
    San Diego* (13-3) - Rob Gronkowski, Arizona
    Gates isn't getting any younger.
    New York Jets* (9-7) - Chad Jones, LSU
    With Rhodes leaving Jones would fill a need.
    Minnesota* (12-4) - John Skelton, Fordham
    Whether Favre comes back or not the Vikes need a future QB. Skelton is a freak and would be nice to groom for a year or two.
    Indianapolis* (14-2) - Morgan Burnett, Georgia Tech
    Again fixes that secondary.
    New Orleans* (13-3) - Maurkice Pouncey, Florida
    A steal at the end of the second round.

    Round 3
    St. Louis (1-15) - Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech
    Detroit (2-14) - Joe McKnight, USC
    Tampa Bay (3-13) - Ben Tate, Auburn
    Kansas City (4-12) - Sean Lee, Penn State
    Oakland (5-11) - Jared Veldheer, Hillsdale
    Philadelphia - from Seattle (5-11) - Cam Thomas, North Carolina
    Cleveland (5-11) - Koa Misi, Utah
    Buffalo (6-10) - Linval Joseph, East Carolina
    Miami (7-9) - Ricky Sapp, Clemson
    Jacksonville (7-9) - Torrell Troup, Central Florida
    Chicago (7-9) - Tony Washington, Abilene Christian
    New York Giants (8-8) - Dennis Pitta, BYU
    Tennessee (8-8) - J.D. Walton, Baylor
    Carolina (8-8) - Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati
    San Francisco (8-8) - Jason Fox, Miami
    Denver (8-8) - Corey Wootton, Northwestern
    Houston (9-7) - Andre Roberts, The Citadel
    Pittsburgh (9-7) - Perrish Cox, Oklahoma State
    Atlanta (9-7) - Mitch Petrus, Arkansas
    Cincinnati* (10-6) - Jon Asamoah, Illinois
    Oakland - from New England* (10-6) - Dekoda Watson, Florida State
    Green Bay* (11-5) - Rodger Saffold, Indiana
    Philadelphia* (11-5) - Dominique Franks, Oklahoma
    Arizona* (9-7) - Jordan Shipley, Texas
    Arizona* (10-6) - Pat Angerer, Iowa
    Dallas* (11-5) - Ed Wang, Virginia Tech
    San Diego* (13-3) - Marshall Newhouse, TCU
    Cleveland - from New York Jets* (9-7) - John Jerry, Ole Miss
    Minnesota* (12-4) - Wright, FS, Florida
    Indianapolis* (14-2) - John Jerry, Ole Miss
    New Orleans* (13-3) - Eric Norwood, South Carolina

    Round 4
    St. Louis (1-15) - Geno Atkins, Georgia
    Detroit (2-14) - Larry Asante, Nebraska Major
    Tampa Bay (3-13) - Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, Washington
    Kansas City (4-12) - Patrick Robinson, Florida State
    Washington (4-12) - Tony Pike, Cincinnati
    Seattle (5-11) - Aleric Mullins, UNC
    Cleveland (5-11) - Anthony McCoy, US
    Oakland (5-11) - Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, Indiana of Pennsylvania
    Buffalo (6-10) - Greg Hardy, Ole Miss
    Jacksonville (7-9) - A.J. Edds, Iowa
    Chicago (7-9) - A.J. Jefferson, Fresno State
    Miami (7-9) - Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State
    Tennessee (8-8) - Austen Lane, Murray State
    Carolina (8-8) - Willie Young, N.C. State
    San Francisco (8-8) - James Starks, Buffalo
    Denver (8-8) - Mike Johnson, Alabama
    New York Giants (8-8) - Arthur Jones, Syracuse
    Pittsburgh (9-7) - Tyson Alualu, California
    Atlanta (9-7) - Navorro Bowman, Penn State
    Houston (9-7) - Javier Arenas, Alabama
    New England* (10-6) - Jason Worilds, Virginia Tech
    Cincinnati* (10-6) - Taylor Price, Ohio
    Philadelphia* (11-5) - Jimmy Graham, Miami
    Green Bay* (11-5) - Donovan Warren, Michigan
    New York Jets* (9-7) - Jay Ross, East Carolina
    New York Jets* (10-6) - Darryl Sharpton, Miami
    Dallas* (11-5) - Ed Dickson, Oregon
    San Diego* (13-3) - Amari Spievey, Iowa
    Philadelphia - from New York Jets* (9-7) - Roddrick Muckelroy, Texas
    Minnesota* (12-4) - Rennie Curran, Georgia
    Indianapolis* (14-2) - Keenan Clayton, Oklahoma
    New Orleans* (13-3) - Perry Riley, LSU

  • #2
    decent skins draft. odrick isnt a great need in the 2nd but the value is good. i dont think pike fits well into shannys offense.


    • #3
      Although this format is a ***** to read, absolutely love the Eric Berry pick.
      Montario Hardesty is good, but Vladimir Ducasse would be better in round 2.
      Koa Misi isn't bad, but Ricky Sapp would be better in round 3 and John Jerry is a great pick
      Love Anthony McCoy in round 4


      • #4
        This is the shittiest prepared draft I have ever seen as far as how easy it is to read. Hate the Vikes mock. Skelton is a HUGE reach in the second, Brian Price is a UT, and the Vikes already have the best UT in the league.


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


        • #5
          dont mind the second round for the patriots. but, hughes is way undersized to play OLB in our system. As much as i like hughes, i dont really see it

          Thanks to BoneKrusher for this amazing sig!

          Go Gators/Pats/Celts/Red Sox!


          • #6
            Cincinnati* (10-6) - Earl Thomas, FS, Texas
            This pick saved your draft from failing hard.
            No way is MLB a first 3-4 round need. Rey Maualuga is the MLB of the future.
            Asamoah is an alright pick. Would much rather have John Jerry as Bobbie Williams future replacement there.

            Taylor Price is a bad pick we need a solid guy who will be ready to be a true #1 guy. Ocho is 30 years old.

            The Twitters


            • #7
              Still not a very good KC draft. Bruce Campbell 5th overall is just flat out bad, from top to bottom. The rest of the picks aren't much better.

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


              • #8
                That is the worst mock draft for the Chiefs I have ever seen.


                • #9
                  Tough to read, and you didn't change any Bengals picks, meaning my opinion stays the same: 1st and 4th great, 2nd and 3rd terrible.


                  • #10
                    No sister bangers to Chicago please.
                    I want a sig.


                    • #11
                      the enter key is your friend, good giants draft


                      • #12
                        Wow. Terrible Cardinals draft, just terrible.

                        Arizona* (10-6) - Tim Tebow, Florida
                        Is Leinart the guy. Well this will push him to be. Tebow is a winner and fits with that high powered offense
                        Ugh for taking Tebow in the first. Ugh for us taking a QB in the first half of the draft at all. Ugh.

                        Arizona* (10-6) - Darrell Stuckey, Kansas
                        I know they traded for Rhodes but Stuckey is too good of a value.
                        As you said Rhodes. Plus Wilson. Plus just resigned Ware. Plus last years third round pick Johnson. Is he really that good of a value in the second as well?

                        Arizona* (9-7) - Jordan Shipley, Texas
                        Even after trading Boldin we have three good WRs. I don't mind Shipley but it's been 3 picks and none of them have filled an actual need.

                        Arizona* (10-6) - Pat Angerer, Iowa
                        Ok pick as we need help at inside linebacker. Think it is a reach though, undersized linebackers with slow 40 times tend to fall.

                        New York Jets* (9-7) - Jay Ross, East Carolina
                        We have the Ravens 4th round pick.


                        • #13
                          I'm good with that first round for the 49ers. Dont like taking a QB in the 2nd. Why Fox in the 3rd??? If we have Staley and Bulaga as our OTs?


                          • #14
                            Pass....thanks for the effort. But I'd be unhappy with this...


                            • #15
                              Had to do a ctrl+f search to find the Raider picks. Yeesh.

                              I'm trying to accept the JPP pick as likely.

                              The Jacoby Ford pick is just silly, though. Al just drafted two WRs, and the one with the huge salary is running #3 on the depth chart at best. Chaz Schilens is only entering his 3rd season. Youth at WR is not the issue, and Al drafts for need no matter what some knuckleheads think.

                              Not a fan of Dakota Watson for the Raiders, but it's possible. Makes no sense to replace LBs who can't shed blocks with a LB who can't shed blocks.

                              The other two picks would be great.
                              My sig pic has now come full circle. Lucky me.

                              No offense, but your Raiders draft sucks.



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