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  • My First 2011 NFL Mock Draft

    ROUND 1

    1. Carolina (2-14)- AJ Green, Georgia
    2. Denver (4-12)- Nick Fairley, Auburn
    3. Buffalo (4-12)- Patrick Peterson, LSU
    4. Cincinnati (4-12)- DaQuan Bowers, Clemson
    5. Arizona (5-11)- Von Miller, Texas A&M
    6. Cleveland (5-11)- Robert Quinn, UNC
    7. San Francisco (6-10)- Cameron Newton , Auburn
    8. Tennessee (6-10)- Blaine Gabbert, Mizzou
    9. Dallas (6-10)- Prince Amukumara, Nebraska
    10. Washington (6-10)- Marcell Dareus, Bama
    11. Houston (6-10)- Cameron Jordon, Cal
    12. Minnesota (6-10)- Ryan Mallett, Arkansas
    13. Detroit (6-10)- Akeem Ayers, UCLA
    14. St. Louis (7-9)- Julio Jones, Bama
    15. Miami (7-9)- Aldon Smith, Mizzou
    16. Jacksonville (8-8 )- Brandon Harris, Miami
    17. New England (14-2)- J.J. Watt, Wisconsin
    18. San Diego (9-7)- Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue
    19. New York Giants (10-6)- Derek Sherrod, Mississippi St.
    20. Tampa Bay (10-6)- Adrian Clayborn, Iowa
    21. Kansas City (10-6)- Phil Taylor, Baylor
    22. Indianapolis (10-6)- Tyron Smith, USC
    23. Philadelphia (10-6)- Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin
    24. New Orleans (11-5)- Stephen Paea , Oregon St.
    25. Seattle (7-9)- Jake Locker, Washington
    26. Baltimore (12-4)- Jimmy Smith, Colorado
    27. Atlanta (13-3)- Nate Solder, Colorado
    28. New England (14-2)- Stefen Wisniewski, Penn St.
    29. Chicago (11-5)- Mike Pouncy, Florida
    30. New York Jets (11-5)- Corey Liuget, Illinois
    31. Green Bay (10-6)*- Cameron Heyward, Ohio St.
    32. Pittsburgh (12-4)*- Anthony Costanzo, BC



    ROUND 2

    1. New England (14-2)- Mark Ingram, Bama
    2. Buffalo (4-12)- Colin Kaepernick, Nevada
    3. Cincinnati (4-12)- Mikel Leshoure, Illinois
    4. Denver (4-12)- Marvin Austin, UNC
    5. Cleveland (5-11)- Titus Young, Boise
    6. Arizona (5-11)- Joseph Barksdale, LSU
    7. Tennessee (6-10)- Drake Nevis, LSU
    8. Dallas (6-10)- Muhammed Wilkerson, Temple
    9. Washington (6-10)- Justin Houston, Georgia
    10. Houston (6-10)- Aaron Williams, Texas
    11. Minnesota (6-10)- Allen Bailey, Miami
    12. Detroit (6-10)- Curtis Brown, Texas
    13. San Francisco (6-10)- Jeremy Beal, Oklahoma
    14. Denver (6-10)- Rahim Moore, UCLA
    15. St. Louis(7-9)- Kyle Rudolph, ND
    16. Oakland (8-8 )- Jonathan Baldwin, Pitt
    17. Jacksonville(8-8 )- Torey Smtih, Maryland
    18. San Diego (9-7)- Christian Ballard, Iowa
    19. Tampa Bay (10-6)- Martez Wilson, Illinois
    20. New York Giants (10-6)- Benjamin Ijalana, Villanova
    21. Philadelphia (10-6)- Kendric Burney, UNC
    22. Kansas City (10-6)- Sam Acho, Texas
    23. Indianapolis (10-6)- Jarvis Jenkins, Clemson
    24. New Orleans (11-5)- Greg Jones, Ohio
    25. Seattle (7-9)- Rashad Carmichael, VT
    26. Baltimore (12-4)- Leonard Hankerson, Miami
    27. Atlanta (13-3)- Rodney Hudson, Florida St.
    28. New England (14-2)- Marcus Gilbert, Florida
    29. San Diego (9-7)- Quinton Carter, Oklahoma
    30. Chicago (11-5)- Jurrell Casay, USC
    31. Green Bay (10-6)*- Jabaal Sheard, Pitt
    32. Pittsburgh (12-4)*- Marcus Cannon, TCU



    Please say WHY I should change not your pick. Not just WHO but an EXPLANATION !

    (I'm new to Draft Countdown.)

  • #2
    No linebacker for the Patriots? I think they take Kerrigan if he's there at #17, and someone like Wilkerson at #33. Ingram is a good value there but the Patriots had the league's #9 rushing offense this year and would probably be better off trying to get some quality linemen than drafting another running back.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by RavenOfProphecy View Post
      No linebacker for the Patriots? I think they take Kerrigan if he's there at #17, and someone like Wilkerson at #33. Ingram is a good value there but the Patriots had the league's #9 rushing offense this year and would probably be better off trying to get some quality linemen than drafting another running back.
      I shoulda given them Justin Houston at #33.

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      • #4
        If the Bengals take a DL it will be a DT because they already have 2 good young DEs and problem was inside passrush not outside passrush last. I would rather see Julio Jones as the pick.

        Give the Bengals a OG in the 2nd becasue inside OL is terriable and Benson should be back since they changed OC.


        RIP themaninblack

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Pat Sims 90 View Post
          If the Bengals take a DL it will be a DT because they already have 2 good young DEs and problem was inside passrush not outside passrush last. I would rather see Julio Jones as the pick.

          Give the Bengals a OG in the 2nd becasue inside OL is terriable and Benson should be back since they changed OC.

          Uh yeah... Antwan Odom isn't anywhere near the player Bowers will be. And obviously you don't know Bowers size, 20 pounds and he is a DT. Oh and Julio Jones??? ceiling is about pick #10, that comment is foolish.

          And I can see a Guard instead,, very possible. However Benson had a very "off" year and when you have TO. and Chad opening running lanes that's embarrassing. Benson plays when he wants a contact and he obviously doesn't want one with Cinci.

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          • #6
            Interesting SF picks.Beal did look good at senior bowl weak but um I dunno what his value is.The Newton pick is interesting though with Amukumara and Jones still there for BPA we can't pass on either of those two for another project QB.Unless JH falls in love with Newton.Still hard to say.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Redskinz11 View Post
              27. Atlanta (13-3)- Nate Solder, Colorado

              27. Atlanta (13-3)- Rodney Hudson, Florida St.
              we don't need that much help on our o-line to spend our top 2 picks on it.. maybe a OT in the 1st and a WR in the 2nd.

              Sig by BK

              “They have one guy, he’s pretty short. But he can go out and play. He can be a little aggravating too.’’ -- Joe Flacco talking about Brent Grimes.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by SimonRath View Post
                we don't need that much help on our o-line to spend our top 2 picks on it.. maybe a OT in the 1st and a WR in the 2nd.
                Do you like Titus Young over Hudson? Maybe the kid from Troy...? Hmm

                However a better o-line does flippin' wonders especially if you can aquire a WR in free agecy.

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                • #9
                  Can't complain about Jimmay and Hank.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Redskinz11 View Post
                    Do you like Titus Young over Hudson? Maybe the kid from Troy...? Hmm

                    However a better o-line does flippin' wonders especially if you can aquire a WR in free agecy.
                    our o-line is fine though. Soldier isnt even a good run blocker and the falcons are a run first team.
                    yes, Young or Jerrell Jernigan would be worlds better then Hudson.

                    Sig by BK

                    “They have one guy, he’s pretty short. But he can go out and play. He can be a little aggravating too.’’ -- Joe Flacco talking about Brent Grimes.

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                    • #11
                      good Lion picks

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                      • #12
                        Not a bad Ravens draft. Hankerson isn't my ideal fit for what we need on the Ravens but he's a good pick in the second.

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                        • #13
                          Miller is a solid pick in the 1st, starting to grow on me, will have to see how he does with added weight at the combine though before I'm thrilled with the pick. Other options: Robert Quinn & Prince Amukamara

                          As for the 2nd, Barksdale is a huge huge reach, he is a 6th rounder at this point, if we go OLB in the 1st then CB should be the pick in the 2nd & visa versa. With Miller I'd go Williams if we took Prince then Houston would be an amazing pick.

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                          • #14
                            Stephen Paea is a solid player though with the injury I think this might be a little too high for him. Second, if Mark Ingram is available, I think he would get the call over Paea. Yes, we can use some help inside alongside Sedrick Ellis. But I don't know that Paea is the NT we need. The team could target a NT like Jarvis Jenkins or Fua later in the second or third. On the other hand, we won't be able to get a back like Ingram in the second. Pierre Thomas is a FA and there are rumblings that he won't be back. Bush will likely be back but is not the back the Saints expect to carry the load. Chris Ivory is talented but has not shown the ability to stay healthy. I just think RB along with DE are out top needs and I think Ingram would be the best player available in this scenario.

                            There are some linebackers to me that the Saints would rate over Greg Jones, including Bruce Carter, Mason Foster, and Kelvin Sheppard, just to name a few.

                            In this draft, I could see something like Ingram, Bruce Carter, Fua, and maybe a DE like McPhee or the S Carter or Sheppard in the third.

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                            • #15
                              for KC:

                              love Taylor in RD 1 but in the 2nd give us Hankerson.there were many times during the year where it was obvious we needed a thread oppo Dwayne Bowe and Hank would be perfect if available in RD 2

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