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  • Shane's Post Senior Bowl [on the plane] Mock

    I'll add comments for picks I want to. If I forgot someone, it happens. I did this without a list of players with me. There is probably some Senior Bowl bias, I need to let things settle, but I was bored on the flight home when I couldn't use my laptop.


    1. Carolina (2-14)
- Da’Quan Bowers DE/Clemson

    Meh, I know they have DEs and pass rushers, but the character stuff for Fairley could scare them away. Having Bowers across from Johnson with Hardy/Brown rotating could be pure nastiness. Giants have proven it can work.

    2. Denver (4-12)
- Patrick Peterson CB/LSU

    3. Buffalo (4-12)
- Nick Fairley DT/Auburn

    Chan Gailey had an intriguing comment at the Senior Bowl that if a player is good, you find a fit. I feel like he did it last year and could go that way again with Fairley

    4. Cincinnati (4-12)
- AJ Green WR/Georgia

    5. Arizona (5-11)
- Von Miller LB/Texas A&M

    6. Cleveland (5-11)
- Marcell Dareus DT/Alabama

    7. San Francisco (6-10)
- Prince Amukamara CB/Nebraska

    8. Tennessee (6-10)
- Cam Newton QB/Auburn

    Just think he is the first QB off the board.

    9. Dallas (6-10)
- Cameron Jordan DE/Cal

    Best fit? No, I think Jerry would trade down in this spot and someone would move up for Cam

    10. Washington (6-10)
- Jake Locker QB/Washington

    They love him, get used to it

    11. Houston (6-10)
- Robert Quinn LB/North Carolina

    12. Minnesota (6-10)
- Tyron Smith OT/USC

    Not sure if I love the fit, but I think he is the first tackle to go.

    13. Detroit (6-10)
- Aldon Smith LB/Missouri

    14. St. Louis (7-9)
- Julio Jones WR/Alabama

    15. Miami (7-9)
- Mark Ingram RB/Alabama

    16. Jacksonville (8-8)
- Akeem Ayers LB/UCLA

    17. New England (from Oakland 8-8)
- Ryan Kerrigan LB/Purdue

    18. San Diego (9-7)
- Gabe Carimi OT/Wisconsin

    19. New York Giants (10-6)
- Martez Wilson LB/Illinois

    Don't be surprised if his stock raises to this spot.

    20. Tampa Bay (10-6)
- Adrian Clayborn DE/Iowa

    21. Kansas City (10-6)
- Jonathan Baldwin WR/Pittsburgh

    22. Indianapolis (10-6)
- Nate Solder OT/Colorado

    23. Philadelphia (10-6)
- Aaron Williams CB/Texas

    24. New Orleans (11-5)
- Corey Liuget DT/Illinois

    25. Seattle (7-9)
- Blaine Gabbert QB/Missouri

    I wonder if NFL teams will buy into Gabbert. They probably will and he will go Top 5, but I want to hear more before I mock him there.

    26. Baltimore (12-4)
- Brandon Harris CB/Miami

    27. Atlanta (13-3)
- Allen Bailey DE/Miami

    28. New England (14-2)
- Cameron Heyward DE/Ohio State

    29. Chicago (11-5)
- Anthony Castonzo OT/Boston College

    30. New York Jets (11-5) – J.J. Watt DE/Wisconsin

    31. Pittsburgh Steelers – Jimmy Smith CB/Colorado

    32. Green Bay Packers – Justin Houston LB/Georgia


    1. New England (f/ CAR) (2-14)
- Jerrel Jernigan WR/Troy

    That offense with another weapon like this would be crazy.

    2. Cincinnati (4-12) – Ryan Williams RB/Virginia Tech

    Just feels like a Bengals pick to me

    3. Buffalo (4-12)
- Torrey Smith WR/Maryland

    Kinda strange, but Lee Evans isn't exactly lighting the world on fire and I don't buy Nelson being a #3

    4. Denver (4-12)
- Ben Ijalana OG/Villanova

    5. Cleveland (5-11)
- Derek Sherrod OT/Miss. State

    Seems like the Browns are interested in getting a RT

    6. Arizona (5-11)
- Ryan Mallett QB/Arkansas

    7. Tennessee (6-10)
- Mason Foster LB/Washington

    9. Dallas (6-10)
- Marcus Cannon OG/TCU

    9. Washington (6-10)
- Stephen Paea DT/Oregon State

    10. Houston (6-10)
- Phil Taylor DT/Baylor

    11. Minnesota (6-10)
- Colin Kaepernick QB/Nevada

    Will it really happen? I don't know, maybe they sign Vince Young AND draft Kaepernick.

    12. Detroit (6-10)
- Curtis Brown CB/Texas

    13. San Francisco (6-10)
- Christian Ponder QB/Florida State

    14. Denver (7-9)
- Kyle Rudolph TE/Notre Dame

    15. St. Louis (7-9)
- Drake Nevis DT/LSU

    17. Oakland (8-8)
- Chykie Brown CB/Texas

    Asomugha replacement. Expect Brown to go 2nd round.

    18. Jacksonville (8-8)
- Rahim Moore S/UCLA

    18. San Diego (9-7)
- Leonard Hankerson WR/Miami

    19. Tampa Bay (10-6)
- Lance Kendricks TE/Wisconsin

    Not feeling Winslow's age and injury history, TB has little behind him.

    20. New York Giants (10-6) - 
Rodney Hudson OG/Florida State

    21. Indianapolis (10-6)
- Christian Ballard DT/Iowa

    Too low for my tastes, nearly had him in Round 1.

    22. Philadelphia (10-6)
- Stephen Wisniewski OG/Penn State

    23. Kansas City (10-6)
- Brooks Reed LB/Arizona

    24. New Orleans (11-5)
- Quan Sturdivant LB/North Carolina

    25. Seattle (7-9)
- Jeremy Beal LB/Oklahoma

    26. Baltimore (12-4)
- Mark Herzlich LB/Boston College

    27. Atlanta (13-3)
- Titus Young WR/Boise State

    28. New England (14-2)
- Ahmad Black S/Florida

    29. San Diego (11-5) – Dontay Moch LB/Nevada

    30. Chicago (11-5)
- Danny Watkins OG/Baylor

    31. Pittsburgh Steelers – John Moffitt OG/Wisconsin

    32. Green Bay Packers – Taiwan Jones RB/Eastern Washington

    Too high for Jones, especially before Leshoure, but I watched a bit of him before I left and continue to hear people rave. It will be interesting.
    Last edited by Shane P. Hallam; 01-30-2011, 06:54 PM.

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  • #2
    Love the mock Shane .Excellent two picks for SF.Both huge needs there.


    • #3
      #3 - I don't see Fairley being prioritized enough by a 3-4 team to be picked that high. I think Dareus would be more likely, with Quinn and Green as possibilities.

      #6 - Gailey is likely to run his 2 gap 4-3 in Cleveland and Rogers and Rubin are the perfect fits there. Dareus really isn't a great fit in a 4-3 defense, and I think Quinn makes a lot more sense. There are no defensive ends on the Browns' roster, and he has sick potential.

      #10 - I just don't see Locker going this high. He has not shown anything to be drafted nearly that high.

      #17 - I don't think Kerrigan has shown the coverage ability to be taken by the Pats that high in the draft. He has the size and motor they look for, but Belichick usually looks for someone who has demonstrated coverage ability already.

      #28 - Belichick needs his defensive ends to be able to rush the passer, and that is by far Heyward's biggest weakness. Watt is a better fit there IMO. He still has the size and motor, but he also has the pass rushing ability.

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      • #4
        If the Packers land Justin Houston, I think that's more bad news for Cutler, Stafford, and Vince Young or Donny McNabb in the NFC North.


        • #5
          Would prefer Sherrod over Castonzo, but love getting Watkins.

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          • #6
            Love Green and Williams to the Bengals

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            • #7
              Amazing Bills picks

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              • #8
                Originally posted by dabears10 View Post
                Would prefer Sherrod over Castonzo, but love getting Watkins.
                A better Bears drft would be Pouncey and Dowling
                Last edited by ChicagoBearsVet23; 01-30-2011, 07:24 PM.


                • #9
                  I assume you think John Fox is going to bring in a number of front 7 guys via free agency, because the concept of not taking a front 7 guy with our first 3 picks will be astounding to all Denver fans.


                  • #10
                    Love the two picks. Question. Why no Pouncey in the first two rounds? Is he THAT far behind his brother and the other interior line prospects?


                    • #11
                      I think the Eagles would take Pouncey over Wisiniewski. Athleticism and pass blocking over toughness and run blocking. We like to pass...


                      • #12
                        Yea, I gotta say I'd really hate those Vikings picks. Smith is a terrible fit, especially when Frazier has said many times that he wants to go with a power run scheme, which is pretty much the exact opposite for what Smith needs to be in. If we want to go with a guy like Kaepernick, I don't know why we wouldn't just stick with Webb. Very, very similar guys and well, Webb has the advantage of a year playing in the league. I like the positions you have us drafting, but hate the fits player wise.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by HinesWardJr View Post
                          Love the two picks. Question. Why no Pouncey in the first two rounds? Is he THAT far behind his brother and the other interior line prospects?
                          He'll probably go in the first two rounds, but I really don't see the talent there matching up. Someone will just want his athleticism, but man, I think he is very very soft.

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                          • #14
                            Not a bad Ravens mock. Harris would be a good first round pick, either he of Jimmy Smith are my realistic ideal corners for the Ravens in the first. Titus Young would probably be a much better pick in the second, though Herzlich isn't bad himself.


                            • #15
                              Like the Clayborn pick but the Bucs don't need a TE in the 2nd round. Winslow always plays through his injuries and he is only 27. Plus, I think Purvis has potential as a backup. We have bigger needs like OLB, CB depth, OL, etc.



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