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  • Jared's realistic 2 rounder

    I am predicting QB Carson Palmer gets traded. Therefore Cincy spends a pick on a QB.

    1. Panthers- DT Nick Fairley, Auburn
    2. Broncos- DT Marcell Dareus, Alabama
    3. Bills- DE Da'Quan Bowers, Clemson
    4. Bengals- S/CB Patrick Peterson, LSU
    5. Cards- CB Prince Amukamara, Nebraska
    6. Browns- WR AJ Green, Georgia
    7. 49ers- DE Cameron Jordan, Cal
    8. Titans- QB Blain Gabbert, Missouri
    9. Cowboys- OT Derrick Sherrod, Miss St.
    10. Redskins- DE Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue
    11. Texans- OLB/DE Von Miller, Texas A&M
    12. Vikings- QB Jake Locker, Washington
    13. Lions- DE Robert Quinn, North Carolina
    14. Rams- WR Julio Jones, Alabama
    15. Dolphins- QB Cam Newton, Auburn
    16. Jaguars- DE Cameron Heyward, Ohio St.
    17. Patriots (f/Oak)- DE Aldon Smith, Missouri
    18. Chargers- OLB/DE Akeem Ayers, UCLA
    19. NY Giants- OT Anthony Castonzo, Bost Coll
    20. Bucs- RB Mark Ingram, Alabama
    21. Chiefs- WR Jonathan Baldwin, Pitt
    22. Colts- DT Stephen Paea, Oregon St.
    23. Eagles- OT Tryon Smith, USC
    24. Saints- DE JJ Watt, Wisconsin
    25. Seahawks- DE Adrian Clayborn, Iowa
    26. Ravens- CB Jimmy Smith, Colorado
    27. Falcons- G/T Marcus Cannon
    28. Patriots- OT Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin
    29. NY Jets- DE/DT Allen Bailey, Miami FL.
    30. Bears- OT Nate Solder, Colorado
    31. Packers- CB Brandon Harris, Miami FL.
    32. Steelers- G Stefen Wisniewski, Penn St.
    Rd 2
    33. Patriots (f/ Car)- ILB Greg Jones, Michigan St.
    34. Bills- TE Kyle Rudolph, Notre Dame
    35. Bengals- QB Ryan Mallett, Arkansas
    36. Broncos- OLB Martez Wilson, Illinois
    37. Browns- OLB Justin Houston, Georgia
    38. Cards- QB Christian Ponder, Florida St.
    39. Titans- OT Jason Pinkston, Pitt
    40. Cowboys- SS DeAndre McDaniel, Clemson
    41. Redskins- RB Mikel Leshoure, Illinois
    42. Texans- DT Drake Nevis, LSU
    43. Vikings- DT Marvin Austin, North Carolina
    44. Lions- CB Aaron Williams, Texas
    45. 49ers- QB Andy Dalton, TCU
    46. Broncos (f/Miami)- TE D.J. Williams, Arkansas
    47. Rams- OLB Bruce Carter, North Carolina
    48. Raiders- G Rodney Hudson, Florida St.
    49. Jaguars- OT DeMarcus Love, Arkansas
    50. Chargers- WR Jerell Jernigan, Troy
    51. Bucs- TE Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin
    52. NY Giants- DT Corey Liuget, Illinois
    53. Colts- G Mike Pouncey, Florida
    54. Eagles- SS Ahmad Black, Florida
    55. Saints- RB Ryan Williams, Va Tech
    56. Chiefs- C Kristofer O'Dowd, USC
    57. Seahawks- OT James Carpenter, Alabama
    58. Patriots- OLB/DE Jeremy Beal, Oklahoma
    59. Ravens- FS Rahim Moore, UCLA
    60. Falcons- WR Torrey Smith, Maryland
    61. Chargers (f/Jets)- DT Jerell Powe, Ole Miss
    62. Bears- OLB Dontay Moch, Nevada
    63. Packers- OLB Mason Foster, Washington
    64. Steelers- OT/G Orlando Franklin, Miami FL.

    Best available imo: RB Kendall Hunter, Ok St./ CB Davon House, NMex St./SS Tyler Sash, Iowa, WR Leonard Hankerson, Miami, ILB Quan Sturdivant, NC
    Last edited by jared3; 01-24-2011, 01:40 AM.

  • #2
    Swap Akeem Ayers with Julio Jones, Jerrell Jernigan for Marcus Cannon and Justin Houston for Aldon Smith and that would be a good Pats draft.

    Ayers is soft.
    Jernigan is not the type of WR we need, if there is a need.
    Houston is a good pick but Smith would be better IMO.
    Williams would be a luxury pick and not a neccessity but ok.

    BoneKrusher killing it with the sig


    • #3
      just um wow is all i have to say .


      • #4
        RB in the first is really bad. ILB in the second is worse.


        • #5
          Ingram is a nice pick, I could also see Jake Locker being taken there, and IMO that's the better pick since this draft is so loaded at RB. I'd happily take Locker in the 1st and Ryan Williams in the 3rd for Miami. :)

          Dolphins Dream Draft: 1. Jaylon Smith 2. Artie Burns 3. Landon Turner


          • #6
            Cardinals passing on Green for Sherrod would be just like AD and Levi Brown, simply can't do it, such a huge reach. I would take Green, Amukamara or Quinn there with an outside chance of Newton. Locker in the 2nd would be fine, Gabbert or Beal would be solid picks as well


            • #7
              Not sure the Rams can afford to pass on Julio Jones. Still, Clayborn isn't a terrible selection.


              • #8
                Originally posted by jared3 View Post
                10. Redskins- DE Cameron Jordan, Cal

                41. Redskins- RB Daniel Thomas, Kansas St.
                Big Cam Jordan fan. I think he is the perfect fit for our defensive line. If Julio runs in the mid 4.4s as he is expected than I definitely think he will be a strong possibility. I also like Heyward and Kerrigan as options. Ideally, we would trade down 5-10 spots given the need we have for more draft picks and take one of these guys.

                I don't however like the Daniel Thomas pick. When healthy, Torain showed a lot of potential this year. Pair that with the fact that Shanahan has a history of adding RBs late in the draft and through FA and I think the Skins are more likely to address other needs early. If they did go RB early I think it would be for a speedster that would better compliment Torain. Pouncey would be a great pick for the Skins at guard. Aaron Williams and Gabbert would be good value too.


                • #9
                  Originally posted by jared3 View Post
                  3. Bills- DE Da'Quan Bowers, Clemson
                  4. Bengals- S/CB Patrick Peterson, LSU
                  6. Browns- WR AJ Green, Georgia
                  7. 49ers- CB Prince Amukamara, Nebraska
                  8. Titans- QB Cameron Newton, Auburn

                  34. Bills- ILB Greg Jones, Michigan St.
                  37. Browns- OLB Justin Houston, Georgia
                  38. Cards- QB Jake Locker, Washington
                  45. 49ers- QB Blaine Gabbert, Missouri
                  54. Colts- OT Riley Reiff, Iowa
                  I could handle Bowers in the first, not sure where he fits (3-4 OLB/DE?, 4-3 DE) in the hybrid scheme they plan on employing next year, or future wise if they go 3-4... The 4 guys I listed are all in the conversation value wise, and need to a certain degree as well. In the second round, Jones is not a good fit at all IMO, we need more of a thumper, and Jones gets eaten up too much IMO, Houston is good insurance for Merriman, Locker and Gabbert would be allowed to develop behind Fitzy, and Reiff would be a upgrade at RT, and could potentially take over for Bell at LT. Bowers talent wise makes sense, and Bruce Smith played at a high level with similar physical attributes (much leaner however IMO) in a 3-4, so it could work. Jones in the 2nd however makes little if any sense to me, especially considering the other options still on the your board...
                  "It must be contract year!"

                  Deion Sanders


                  • #10
                    Give Bengals a safety or OL in round 2... LB is not a good fit in round 2..
                    R.I.P Chris 'Slim' Henry


                    • #11
                      Carimi and Reiff to the Colts. I can't stand up right now.


                      • #12
                        I don't know anything about Sash, but Mallet is a great pick.


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


                        • #13
                          Solid Pats mock, would rather have a 3-4 DE with one of the 2nd rounders though.


                          • #14
                            acceptable first rounder for the saints, hunter in the second would make me rage

                            Saints 2014 draft wish list:
                            - No pass rusher till the fourth round (or preferably at all)
                            - Corner or Wideout in the first
                            - No reaching
                            - No Kelvin Benjamin


                            • #15
                              So much for realistic, you do not have Gabbert nor Locker in your 1st round.

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