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    1st Round:
    1. Carolina Panthers - Patrick Peterson, CB LSU
    2. Denver Broncos - Marcel Dareus, DT Alabama
    3. Buffalo Bills – Von Miller, OLB Texas A&M
    4. Cincinnati Bengals – AJ Green, WR Georgia
    5. Arizona Cardinals – Robert Quinn, OLB North Carolina
    6. Cleveland Browns – Julio Jones, WR Alabama
    7. San Francisco 49ers – Blaine Gabbert, QB Missouri
    8. Tennessee Titans – Da’Quan Bowers, DE Clemson
    9. Dallas Cowboys – Prince Amukamara, CB Nebraska
    10. Washington Redskins – Aldon Smith, OLB Missouri
    11. Houston Texans - Nick Fairley, DE Auburn
    12. Minnesota Vikings – Anthony Castonzo, OT Boston College
    13. Detroit Lions – Brandon Harris, CB Miami
    14. St. Louis Rams – Corey Liuget, DT Illinois
    15. Miami Dolphins – Jake Locker, QB Washington
    16. Jacksonville Jaguars – Cameron Jordan, DE California
    17. New England Patriots – JJ Watt, DE Wisconsin
    18. San Diego Chargers – Ryan Kerrigan, OLB Purdue
    19. New York Giants – Tyron Smith, OT USC
    20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Adrian Clayborn, DE Iowa
    21. Kansas City Chiefs – Mark Ingram, RB Alabama
    22. Indianapolis Colts – Mike Pouncey, OG Florida
    23. Philadelphia Eagles – Aaron Williams, CB Texas
    24. New Orleans Saints – Cameron Heyward, DE Ohio State
    25. Seattle Seahawks – Cam Newton, QB Auburn
    26. Baltimore Ravens – Gabe Carimi, OT Wisconsin
    27. Atlanta Falcons – Nate Solder, OT Colorado
    28. New England Patriots – Derek Sherrod, OT Mississippi State
    29. Chicago Bears – Stephen Paea, DT Oregon State
    30. New York Jets – Muhammad Wilkerson, DE Temple
    31. Pittsburgh Steelers – Jimmy Smith, CB Colorado
    32. Green Bay Packers – Danny Watkins, OT Baylor

    2nd Round:
    33. New England Patriots – Justin Houston, OLB Georgia
    34. Buffalo Bills – Akeem Ayers, ILB UCLA
    35. Cincinnati Bengals – Ryan Mallet, QB Arkansas
    36. Denver Broncos – Kyle Rudolph, TE Notre Dame
    37. Cleveland Browns – Allen Bailey, DE Miami
    38. Arizona Cardinals – Christian Ponder, QB Florida State
    39. Tennessee Titans – Ras-I Dowling, CB Virginia
    40. Dallas Cowboys – Christian Ballard, DE Iowa
    41. Washington Redskins – Ricky Stanzi, QB Iowa
    42. Houston Texans - Brooks Reed, OLB Arizona
    43. Minnesota Vikings – Jon Baldwin, WR Pittsburgh
    44. Detroit Lions – Bruce Carter, OLB North Carolina
    45. San Francisco 49ers – Phil Taylor, DT Baylor
    46. Denver Broncos - Rahim Moore, S UCLA
    47. St. Louis Rams – Torrey Smith, WR Maryland
    48. Oakland Raiders – Marcus Cannon, OG TCU
    49. Jacksonville Jaguars – Johnny Patrick, CB Louisville
    50. San Diego Chargers – Orlando Franklin, OT Miami
    51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Martez Wilson, ILB Illinois
    52. New York Giants – Rodney Hudson, OC Florida State
    53. Indianapolis Colts – Marvin Austin, DT North Carolina
    54. Philadelphia Eagles – Jabaal Sheard, DE Pittsburgh
    55. Kansas City Chiefs – Titus Young, WR Boise State
    56. New Orleans Saints – Mikel Leshoure, RB Illinois
    57. Seattle Seahawks – Curtis Brown, CB Texas
    58. Baltimore Ravens – Leonard Hankerson, WR Miami
    59. Atlanta Falcons – Greg Romeus, DE Pittsburgh
    60. New England Patriots – Benjamin Ijalana, OG Villanova
    61. San Diego Chargers - Jarvis Jenkins, DE Clemson
    62. Chicago Bears – Stefan Wisniewski, OC Penn State
    63. Pittsburgh Steelers – Clint Boling, OG Georgia
    64. Green Bay Packers – James Carpenter, OT Alabama

    3rd Round:
    65. Carolina Panthers – Randall Cobb, WR Kentucky
    66. Cincinnati Bengals - Ryan Williams, RB Virginia Tech
    67. Denver Broncos – Mason Foster, OLB Washington
    68. Buffalo Bills – Brandon Burton, CB Utah
    69. Arizona Cardinals – James Brewer, OT Indiana
    70. Cleveland Browns – Drake Nevis, DT LSU
    71. Dallas Cowboys – Quan Sturdivant, ILB North Carolina
    72. New Orleans Saints – Jurrell Casey, DT USC
    73. Houston Texans – Chimdi Chekwa, CB Ohio State
    74. New England Patriots – Kendall Hunter, RB Oklahoma State
    75. Detriot Lions – Jerrel Jernigan, WR Troy
    76. San Fransisco 49ers – Chris Carter, OLB Fresno State
    77. Tennessee Titans – Greg Jones, ILB Michigan State
    78. St. Louis Rams –Daniel Thomas, RB Kansas State
    79. Miami Dolphins – Lance Kendricks, TE Wisconsin
    80. Jacksonville Jaguars – Greg Little, WR North Carolina
    81. Oakland Raiders – Marcus Gilbert, OT Florida
    82. San Diego Chargers – Edmund Gates, Abilene Christian
    83. New York Giants – Luke Stocker, TE Tennessee
    84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Shareece Wright, CB USC
    85. Philadelphia Eagles – Mark Herzlich, OLB Boston College
    86. Kansas City Chiefs – Niles Paul, WR Nebraska
    87. Indianapolis Colts – Tandon Doss, WR Indiana
    88. New Orleans Saints – Dontay Moch, OLB Nevada
    89. San Diego Chargers – Kenrick Ellis, DT Hampton
    90. Baltimore Ravens – Greg Salas, WR Hawaii
    91. Atlanta Falcons – DeMarco Murray, RB Oklahoma
    92. New England Patriots – Davon House, CB New Mexico State
    93. Chicago Bears – Kelvin Sheppard, ILB LSU
    94. New York Jets – Sam Acho, OLB Texas
    95. Pittsburgh Steelers – DeAndre McDaniel, S Clemson
    96. Green Bay Packers – Jeremy Beal, OLB Oklahoma
    97. Carolina Panthers – Vincent Brown, WR San Diego State
    Last edited by fed36; 03-27-2011, 07:57 PM.

  • #2
    Getting Foster in the third round makes this Denver mock solid.

    WELCOME REALITY

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    • #3
      change leshoure to mason foster and you have a really good saints mock


      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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      • #4
        Originally posted by fed36 View Post
        1st Round:
        32. Green Bay Packers Danny Watkins, OT Baylor
        33. New England Patriots Justin Houston, OLB Georgia
        42. Houston Texans - Brooks Reed, OLB Arizona
        64. Green Bay Packers James Carpenter, OT Alabama
        96. Green Bay Packers Jeremy Beal, OLB Oklahoma
        The Packers took OT Bryan Bulaga last year in round 1 and he's going to anchor down either the RT or LT position for years to come.
        Why would you give us OTs in both rd 1 & rd 2?

        Change the pick at #32 to Justin Houston and then the #96 pick to a WR or CB and we're good.

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        • #5
          Why would KC take Mark Ingram?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by StickSkills View Post
            Why would KC take Mark Ingram?
            Value is too high to pass up .... plus Thomas Jones is on the wrong side of 30. Charles and Ingram - would give the chiefs this one two punch for years to come

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            • #7
              You addressed most of New England's needs with players who represented good value, so I'd give this mock a very high grade. Really nice understanding of areas the Patriots may look to address and the value of the prospects in this draft. However, I do have some personal suggestions for the mock:

              - J.J. Watt doesn't seem to have a great anchor, and rumor has it New England is avoiding Tom Condon clients (they haven't drafted one in the last six drafts following Ben Watson's rookie contract dispute.) I think Muhammad Wilkerson might make some more sense because of his prior 3-4 experience. He also has great size for the position. Cameron Heyward, Ryan Kerrigan, Mark Ingram, and Mike Pouncey are also serious options.

              - I might go with Akeem Ayers over Justin Houston. Houston is a better pass rusher and has 3-4 experience, but he wasn't really asked to do any drops. He mostly lined up on the line of scrimmage as a rusher. He's a bit tight as well so they might go for someone more experienced covering and setting the edge in Ayers even though he's not a top pass rusher.

              - Kendall Hunter is someone who would usually make a ton of sense for the Patriots, but I'm not sure he really offers them much that they wouldn't get from Danny Woodhead. In New England, Hunter may struggle to find playing time similar to what Edelman is experiencing behind Wes Welker. I'd really hope for Sam Acho, but at running back, Todman or DeMarco Murray might be more realistic.

              Don't get me wrong though, if the Patriots had this draft, I'd be extremely happy. I just think they might go in a couple other directions. But I could definitely see this happening. Justin Houston might work because he would offer some serious value as a right end in the Patriots' sub package, which features four down lineman and was used more than the 3-4 base last year.

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              • #8
                absolutely horrendously pathetic ravens mock
                GO RAVENS

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                • #9
                  Our biggest needs are: NT, OLB, C, WR.. and we take RB, WR, WR? Doesn't make sense for the Chiefs.

                  And while Jones might be on the "wrong side" of 30, he's still extremely effective for what he is doing: taking a beating so Charles doesn't have to. Ingram is just not a good pick there no matter how you slice it.

                  Originally posted by fenikz
                  His soft D really turns me off
                  ** RIP themaninblack. You will be missed. **

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                  • #10
                    I am not the biggest fan of taking any RB for the Saints not named Mark Ingram in the first two rounds. But I can live with Leshoure. I would, however, prefer Kenrick Ellis over Jurrell Casey. Still, it's a solid draft.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by vidae View Post
                      Our biggest needs are: NT, OLB, C, WR.. and we take RB, WR, WR? Doesn't make sense for the Chiefs.

                      And while Jones might be on the "wrong side" of 30, he's still extremely effective for what he is doing: taking a beating so Charles doesn't have to. Ingram is just not a good pick there no matter how you slice it.
                      must disagree my friend.Jones has no gas left in the tank.Ingram is too good value to pass up on.I do hopwever have a problem with back to back WR's.Kendrick Ellis in rd over Paul

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                      • #12
                        /face-palm at all 9ers pick.Specially at QB in round one,really?JH has already stated NO QB is going to be our first pick.The other picks are so so with who is off the board.

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                        • #13
                          I agree with most of what ROP said. Watt isn't a super fit for our defense, he is a great player but I see guys like Heyward and Wilkerson being better fits. I am not the biggest Justin Houston fan but he would be great value at 33 and we really need a pass rusher.

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                          • #14
                            Absolutely no way Cam Newton falls that far man. Gotta discount this whole thing because of that. It's a virtual lock that he goes in the Top 10, and if he doesn't, he won't get past Miami or Minnesota.

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

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                            • #15
                              Solid for the Bears

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