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  • 3 round lazy mock

    No trades or comments for this mock. When the compensatory picks are dished out next week, I will provide a longer, much more descriptive mock that will probably will include trades as well.

    1. Carolina Blaine Gabbert, Missouri QB
    2. Denver Marcell Dareus, Alabama DT
    3. Buffalo Von Miller, Texas A&M OLB
    4. Cincinnati Patrick Peterson, LSU CB
    5. Arizona Aldon Smith, Missouri OLB
    6. Cleveland Robert Quinn, North Carolina DE
    7. San Francisco Prince Amukamara, Nebraska CB
    8. Tennessee Nick Fairley, Auburn DT
    9. Dallas JJ Watt, Wisconsin DE
    10. Washington Cam Newton, Auburn QB
    11. Houston Phil Taylor, Baylor DT
    12. Minnesota A.J. Green, Georgia WR
    13. Detroit Da’Quan Bowers, Clemson DE
    14. St. Louis Julio Jones, Alabama WR
    15. Miami Mark Ingram, Alabama RB
    16. Jacksonville Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue DE
    17. New England Cameron Jordan, California DE
    18. San Diego Cameron Heyward, Ohio State DE
    19. Giants Tyron Smith, USC OT
    20. Tampa Bay Justin Houston, Georgia DE
    21. Kansas City Anthony Castonzo, Boston College OT
    22. Indianapolis Corey Liuget, Illinois DT
    23. Philadelphia Akeem Ayers, UCLA OLB
    24. New Orleans Adrian Clayborn, Iowa DE
    25. Seattle Christian Ponder, Florida State QB
    26. Baltimore Torrey Smith, Maryland WR
    27. Atlanta Brooks Reed, Arizona DE
    28. New England Mike Pouncey, Florida OG
    29. Chicago Nate Solder, Colorado OT
    30. Jets Muhammad Wilkerson, Temple DE
    31. Pittsburgh Jimmy Smith, Colorado CB
    32. Green Bay Mikel Leshoure, Illinois RB

    1. New England Leonard Hankerson, Miami WR
    2. Buffalo Christian Ballard, Iowa DE
    3. Cincinnati Jon Baldwin, Pitt WR
    4. Denver Kyle Rudolph, Notre Dame TE
    5. Cleveland Rahim Moore, UCLA S
    6. Arizona Jake Locker, Washington QB
    7. Tennessee Martez Wilson, Illinois LB
    8. Dallas Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin OT
    9. Washington Titus Young, Boise State WR
    10. Houston Aaron Williams, Texas CB
    11. Minnesota Stephen Paea, Oregon State DT
    12. Detroit Brandon Harris, Miami CB
    13. San Francisco Andy Dalton, TCU QB
    14. Denver Davon House, New Mexico State CB
    15. St. Louis DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma RB
    16. Oakland Stefen Wisniewski, Penn State C
    17. Jacksonville Quan Sturdivant, North Carolina ILB
    18. San Diego Orlando Franklin, Miami OT
    19. Tampa Bay Mason Foster, Washington LB
    20. Giants Ras-I Dowling, Virginia CB
    21. Indianapolis Ben Ijajlana, Villanova OT
    22. Philadelphia Danny Watkins, Baylor OG
    23. Kansas City Randall Cobb, Kentucky WR
    24. New Orleans Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech RB
    25. Seattle Clint Boling, Georgia OG
    26. Baltimore Allen Bailey, Miami DE
    27. Atlanta Tandon Doss, Indiana WR
    28. New England John Moffitt, Wisconsin C
    29. San Diego Greg Little, North Carolina WR
    30. Chicago Drake Nevis, LSU DT
    31. Pittsburgh Marcus Cannon, TCU OG
    32. Green Bay Jerrel Jernigan, Troy WR

    1. Carolina Sam Acho, Texas DE
    2. Cincinnati Daniel Thomas, Kansas State RB
    3. Denver Chykie Brown, Texas CB
    4. Buffalo Derek Sherrod, Mississippi State OT
    5. Arizona Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin TE
    6. Cleveland Edmond Gates, Abilene Christian WR
    7. Dallas James Carpenter, Alabama OG
    8. New Orleans Greg Jones, Michigan State LB
    9. Houston Ahmad Black, Florida S
    10. New England Pernell McPhee, Mississippi State DE
    11. Detroit Bruce Carter, North Carolina OLB
    12. San Francisco Jabaal Sheard, Pitt OLB
    13. Tennessee Ryan Mallett, Arkansas QB
    14. St. Louis Curtis Brown, Texas CB
    15. Miami Quinton Carter, Oklahoma S
    16. Jacksonville Luke Stocker, Tennessee TE
    17. Oakland Brandon Burton, Utah CB
    18. San Diego Sione Fua, Stanford DT
    19. Giants Jordan Todman, UConn RB
    20. Tampa Bay Kendric Burney, North Carolina CB
    21. Philadelphia Alex Linnenkohl, Oregon State C
    22. Kansas City Dontay Moch, Nevada OLB
    23. Indianapolis Quinton Carter, Oklahoma OG
    24. New Orleans Jurrell Casey, USC DT
    25. San Diego Nate Irving, N.C. State ILB
    26. Baltimore Deandre McDaniel, Clemson S
    27. Atlanta Jalil Brown, Colorado CB
    28. New England Colin Kaepernick, Nevada QB
    29. Chicago Ronald Johnson, USC WR
    30. Jets Kelvin Sheppard, LSU ILB
    31. Pittsburgh Will Rackley, Lehigh OG
    32. Green Bay Steven Friday, Virginia Tech OLB

  • #2
    change the ryan williams pick to a pick that makes sense and you have a pretty good saints pick


    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

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    • #3
      I was fine with the Pats first two rounds
      In the third, I'd take Sheard over McPhee and anything else besides a QB
      -Boston Red Sox-New England Patriots-Boston Celtics-

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      • #4
        Peterson is fine in the 1st
        I dont see the Bengals taking a chance on another diva WR when they have been buried by them in the past. QB or OL in the 2nd
        If they dont take a QB in the 1 2 rounds they will in the 3rd to bring in someone to compete for starting job.


        RIP themaninblack

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        • #5
          Everything beyond the first round for the Saints is iffy. Try Kenrick Ellis in round 2, and Bruce Carter and Kelvin Sheppard in round 3.

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          • #6
            Can't see the Jaguars spending an early pick on a tight end. Marcedes Lewis had a fantastic season and they just put the franchise tag on him. Kaepernick would be a more likely selection.

            Concerning the Bears, I like Nevis and Johnson. Not huge on Solder. I would prefer Carimi or Sherrod.

            Originally posted by SolidGold
            Bortlezzzzzzz
            Originally posted by Monomach
            Brilliant letting one of Scott Pioli's henchmen have his own team to ruin.  One of the premier GM jobs in the NFL and it gets handed to a stupid **** who makes three facepalm moves for every good one.  Awesome.  Just like handing a new Mercedes to a 16 year old girl who's already been in three wrecks. 

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            • #7
              ughhhh please read KC's team need's.RT is the last of our needs.Torrey Smith in RD 1 and Moffit in RD 2 would be better

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Nalej View Post
                I was fine with the Pats first two rounds
                In the third, I'd take Sheard over McPhee and anything else besides a QB
                yeah def agree here. pretty disappointing we arent able to get a stud OLB

                Thanks to BoneKrusher for this amazing sig!

                Go Gators/Pats/Celts/Red Sox!

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                • #9
                  Mallet > Dalton in round two since he made it third round.He won't fall that far if he does.But otherwise nice job for SF.

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                  • #10
                    This is an incredible Vikings mock.

                    Bonekrusher.

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

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                    • #11
                      little high for Dowling, but we need a LB

                      so...

                      1. Smith (best pick imo)
                      2. Bruce Carter/Nevis
                      3. Irving/Casey

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                      • #12
                        Replace McPhee with Jabaal Sheard and I'm very happy with New England's draft.

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                        • #13
                          I don't mind the picks in the 2nd and 3rd, but why do people mock LeShoure to the Packers. TT is known to stick with the players he has and let them develop. Unless Grant gets released I don't see RB in the 1st a priority, later rounds very likely.

                          People should really start looking at WR for the Packers in the 1st... Two years in a row the Pack HAD to pass up WRs they liked (DEZ + Crabtree) to pick postions they needed. MM made comments about improving their offense and looking to score more points during the combine. I think this year they pull the trigger on a talented WR if they have one high enough on their draft board.

                          I know they had combine interviews with Hankerson and also attended Miami's pro day. Smith and Baldwin could also be possibilities, but I think they would pass on Baldwin.

                          Lastly I think Edmond Gates would be more likely at 64 then Jernigan, TT has only drafted one WR under 6ft and that is Jennings... not sure he will break that mold he likes so much this year either.
                          Last edited by CheeseKnuckles; 03-22-2011, 10:47 PM.

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                          • #14
                            Wrong Smith in the 1st for the Ravens. Give us Jimmy instead of Torrey. Not a fan of Bailey either

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                            • #15
                              Denver does not need two corners in their first four picks. We only have six total picks and we are in full-scale rebuilding mode. I'm sure that was a typo or something.

                              WELCOME REALITY

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