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  • 2011 2 Round Mock Draft

    Round 1

    1. CAR: Blaine Gabbert QB-Missouri
    2. DEN: Marcell Dareus DT-Alabama
    3. BUF: Von Miller OLB-Texas A&M
    4. CIN: A.J. Green WR-Georgia
    5. ARI: Cam Newton QB-Auburn
    6. CLE: Da'quan Bowers DE-Clemson
    7. SF: Patrick Peterson CB-LSU
    8. TEN: Nick Fairley DT-Auburn
    9. DAL: Cam Jordan DE-California
    10. WSH: Prince Amukamara CB-Nebraska
    11. HOU: Robert Quinn OLB-North Carolina
    12. NE: J.J. Watt DE-Wisconsin (From Minnesota)
    13. DET: Tyron Smith OT-USC
    14. STL: Julio Jones WR-Alabama
    15. MIA: Mark Ingram RB-Alabama
    16. JAX: Ryan Kerrigan DE-Purdue
    17. IND: Anthony Castanzo OT-Boston College (From Minnesota)
    18. SD: Justin Houston OLB-Georgia
    19. NYG: Corey Liuget DT-Illinois
    20. TB: Aldon Smith DE-Missouri
    21. KC: Derrek Sherrod OT-Mississippi St
    22. MIN: Jake Locker QB-Washington
    23. PHI: Mike Pouncey G/C-Florida
    24. NO: Adrian Clayborn DE-Iowa
    25. SEA: Ryan Mallett QB-Arkansas
    26. BAL: Brandon Harris CB-Miami
    27. ATL: Gabe Carimi OT-Wisconsin
    28. NE: Akeem Ayers OLB-UCLA
    29. CHI: Jonathon Baldwin WR-Pittsburgh
    30. NYJ: Muhammad Wilkerson DE-Temple
    31. PIT: Aaron Williams CB-Texas
    32. GB: Nate Solder OT-Colorado

    Round 2

    33. NE: Ben Ijalana T/G-Villanova
    34. BUF: Cameron Heyward DE-Ohio St
    35. CIN: Rahim Moore FS-UCLA
    36. DEN: Jimmy Smith CB-Colorado
    37. CLE: Torrey Smith WR-Maryland
    38. ARI: Brooks Reed OLB-Arizona
    39. TEN: Allen Bailey DE-Miami
    40. DAL: Stephen Wisniewski C/G-Penn St
    41. WSH: Leonard Hankerson WR-Miami
    42. HOU: Phil Taylor NT-Baylor
    43. MIN: Stephen Paea DT-Oregon St
    44. DET: Bruce Carter OLB-North Carolina
    45. SF: Martez Wilson OLB-Illinois
    46. DEN: Kyle Rudolph TE-Notre Dame
    47. STL: Danny Watkins OG-Baylor
    48. OAK: Ras I-Dowling CB-Virginia
    49. JAX: Mason Foster OLB-Washington
    50. SD: Christian Ballard DE-Iowa
    51. TB: Titus Young WR-Boise St
    52. NYG: Damarcus Love T/G-Arkansas
    53. IND: Rodney Hudson C.G-Florida St
    54. PHI: Drake Nevis DT-LSU
    55. KC: Jareell Powe NT-Ole Mis
    56. NO: Mike Leshoure RB-Illinois
    57. SEA: Marvin Austin DT-North Carolina
    58. BAL: Randall Cobb WR-Kentucky
    59. ATL: Sam Acho DE-Texas
    60. NE: Ryan Williams RB-Virginia Tech
    61. SD: Jerrell Jernigan Wr-Troy
    62. CHI: Marcus Gilbert T/G-Florida
    63. PIT: Demarco Murray RB-Oklahoma
    64. GB: Johnny Patrick CB-Louisville

  • #2
    Green is fine in the 1st but i would rather see Peterson if he there.

    The Bengals wont need to take 2 WR epically in back to back rounds give them OL or QB in the 2nd


    RIP themaninblack

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    • #3
      This would be a dream come true for the Vikings.

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      • #4
        Mediocre Patriots draft. Not great or awful, somewhere in between. I don't think the Patriots will draft J.J. Watt. He's an underclassman, doesn't have the best anchor vs. the run, and the Patriots haven't drafted a Tom Condon client in 7 years. I definitely think someone like Muhammad Wilkerson with more size and experience playing end in a 3-4 base would be more appealing, especially because they could get someone like that later on in the draft. Ayers seems like a pretty good pick, but I'd rather take Nate Solder at that point as best player available. I think he could appeal to New England, a team with terrific coaching and a great strength program that can afford to let him sit on the bench behind Matt Light short-term. I like Ijalana from what I've seen of him, but I've heard there are potential "love of the game" issues with him, and he doesn't have a killer instinct, so I might go elsewhere. Ryan Williams doesn't seem likely - he's a sophomore, has injury concerns, doesn't offer much receiving or blocking, and doesn't have the frame to run between the tackles. I'd go with something like:

        1. Aldon Smith
        1. Muhammad Wilkerson
        2. Cameron Heyward
        2. John Moffitt

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        • #5
          I would be absolutely shocked if the Bears took a receiver in the first round, so Baldwin is a bad pick. Wilkerson or Ijalana would be more likely picks. As for the trades, I'd like to see the details on those.

          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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          • #6
            Ingram is good.

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

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            • #7
              heyward over clayborne although clayborne is not a bad pick

              throw a dart at a phonebook and youll have a better pick than leshoure for the saints, just terrrible, no need nor fit, just a gutwrenchingly bad 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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              • #8
                Ponder > Martez Wilson and that would be a killer two round mock!Also second round is way to early for Wilson even tho I like him as a ILB but to early.

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                • #9
                  Smith and Carter are solid Lion picks. I think its a lot of risk but they have a lot of potential and are positions of need.

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