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  • DI's Updated 2 Round Mock w/Trades (4/10)

    2011 NFL Mock Draft

    49ers Receive: #4 Overall
    Bengals Receive: #7 Overall, 2011 3rd Round Pick and 2012 3rd Round Pick

    Chargers Receive: #12 Overall
    Vikings Receive: #18 Overall and 2011 2nd Round Pick (#61 via NYJ)

    Colts Receive: #15 Overall
    Dolphins Receive: #22 Overall and 2011 3rd Round Pick

    Bengals Receive: #30 Overall
    Jets Receive: #35 Overall and 2011 4th Round Pick

    Titans Receive: #32 Overall
    Packers Receive: #39 Overall and 2011 4th Round Pick

    Round 1

    1. Carolina Panthers- Cameron Newton, Quarterback, Auburn
    2. Denver Broncos- Marcell Dareus, Defensive Tackle, Alabama
    3. Buffalo Bills- Von Miller, Outside Linebacker, Texas A & M
    4. San Francisco 49ers (via CIN)- Patrick Peterson, Cornerback, Louisiana State
    5. Arizona Cardinals- Blaine Gabbert, Quarterback, Missouri
    6. Cleveland Browns- AJ Green, Wide Receiver, Georgia
    7. Cincinnati Bengal (via SF)- Julio Jones, Wide Receiver, Alabama
    8. Tennessee Titans- Nick Fairley, Defensive Tackle, Auburn
    9. Dallas Cowboys- Tyron Smith, Offensive Tackle, Southern California
    10. Washington Redskins- Robert Quinn, Outside Linebacker, North Carolina
    11. Houston Texans- Prince Amukamara, Cornerback, Nebraska
    12. San Diego Chargers (via MIN)- JJ Watt, Defensive End, Wisconsin
    13. Detroit Lions- Da'Quan Bowers, Defensive End, Clemson
    14. St. Louis Rams- Corey Liuget, Defensive Tackle, Illinois
    15. Indianapolis Colts (via MIA)- Anthony Castonzo, Offensive Tackle, Boston College
    16. Jacksonville Jaguars- Aldon Smith, Defensive End, Missouri
    17. New England Patriots (via OAK)- Cameron Jordan, Defensive End, California
    18. Minnesota Vikings (via SD)- Jake Locker, Quarterback, Washington
    19. New York Giants- Mike Pouncey, Offensive Lineman, Florida
    20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Ryan Kerrigan, Defensive End, Purdue
    21. Kansas City Chiefs- Phil Taylor, Defensive Tackle, Baylor
    22. Miami Dolphins (via IND)- Brooks Reed, Outside Linebacker, Arizona
    23. Philadelphia Eagles- Jimmy Smith, Cornerback, Colorado
    24. New Orleans Saints- Muhammad Wilkerson, Defensive Tackle, Temple
    25. Seattle Seahawks- Andy Dalton, Quarterback, Texas Christian
    26. Baltimore Ravens- Cameron Heyward, Defensive End, Ohio State
    27. Atlanta Falcons- Justin Houston, Defensive End, Georgia
    28. New England Patriots- Akeem Ayers, Outside Linebacker, UCLA
    29. Chicago Bears- Gabe Carimi, Offensive Tackle, Wisconsin
    30. Cincinnati Bengals (via NYJ)- Christian Ponder, Quarterback, Florida State
    31. Pittsburgh Steelers- Brandon Harris, Cornerback, Miami (Fl)
    32. Tennessee Titans (via GB)- Ryan Mallett, Quarterback, Arkansas

    Round 2

    33. New England Patriots (via CAR)- Mark Ingram, Running Back, Alabama
    34. Buffalo Bills- Colin Kaepernick, Quarterback, Nevada
    35. New York Jets (via CIN)- Christian Ballard, Defensive End, Iowa
    36. Denver Broncos- Stephen Paea, Defensive Tackle, Oregon State
    37. Cleveland Browns- Adrian Clayborn, Defensive End, Iowa
    38. Arizona Cardinals- Ben Ijalana, Offensive Lineman, Villanova
    39. Green Bay Packers (via TEN)- Nate Solder, Offensive Tackle, Colorado
    40. Dallas Cowboys- Aaron Williams, Defensive Back, Texas
    41. Washington Redskins- Jonathan Baldwin, Wide Receiver, Pittsburgh
    42. Houston Texans- Sam Acho, Outside Linebacker, Texas
    43. Minnesota Vikings- Allen Bailey, Defensive End, Miami (Fl)
    44. Detroit Lions- Derek Sherrod, Offensive Tackle, Mississippi State
    45. San Francisco 49ers- Jabaal Sheard, Outside Linebacker, Pittsburgh
    46. Denver Broncos- James Carpenter, Offensive Lineman, Alabama
    47. St. Louis Rams- Leonard Hankerson, Wide Receiver, Miami (Fl)
    48. Oakland Raiders- Danny Watkins, Offensive Guard, Baylor
    49. Jacksonville Jaguars- Rahim Moore, Safety, UCLA
    50. San Diego Chargers- Randall Cobb, Wide Receiver, Kentucky
    51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Ras-I Dowling, Cornerback, Virginia
    52. New York Giants- Mason Foster, Outside Linebacker, Washington
    53. Indianapolis Colts- Clint Boling, Offensive Guard, Georgia
    54. Philadelphia Eagles- Orlando Franklin, Offensive Tackle, Miami (Fl)
    55. Kansas City Chiefs- Titus Young, Wide Receiver, Boise State
    56. New Orleans Saints- Bruce Carter, Outside Linebacker, North Carolina
    57. Seattle Seahawks- Marcus Cannon, Offensive Guard, Texas Christian
    58. Baltimore Ravens- Torrey Smith, Wide Receiver, Maryland
    59. Atlanta Falcons- Kyle Rudolph, Tight End, Notre Dame
    60. New England Patriots- Stefen Wisniewski, Offensive Lineman, Penn State
    61. Minnesota Vikings (via SD f/NYJ)- Marvin Austin, Defensive Tackle, North Carolina
    62. Chicago Bears- Will Rackley, Offensive Guard, Lehigh
    63. Pittsburgh Steelers- Rodney Hudson, Offensive Guard, Florida State
    64. Green Bay Packers- Jerrel Jernigan, Wide Receiver, Troy

  • #2
    Trading down and grabbing Locker is a move I feel most Vikings fans can get on board with, but we probably don't have a need for 2 D-lineman that high. Drafting Rudolph or Wisniewski with our first 2nd rounder would be solid selections


    • #3
      Some of your picks are good, such as Solder going to the Packers. Other make no sense, such as Dalton and Kaepernick.


      • #4
        Would you care to elaborate on that because Andy Dalton's stock is probably one of the hottest right now and Seattle has been rumored to be interested in him and a lot of teams see him as a ready to play, prototypical West Coast quarterback and Buffalo, on the other hand, needs a quarterback, Gailey has a history of coaching athletic quarterbacks and Kaepernick's stock is also on the rise as well.. I may not be the biggest fan of either one of them, Dalton in particular, but this isn't about who I would or wouldn't take.


        • #5
          no Ponder to SF?I like the trade in round to ensure us PP .But then draft a QB since we won't have a 3rd.

          Never mind say he went to Cinn end of round one .So solid draft then ugh.
          Last edited by 49erNation85; 04-10-2011, 02:01 PM.


          • #6
            The Bengals would take Green stay at 4 and not trade down for Julio Jones a team is not going to come out and say who they have on Big Board ranked higher then others Peter King is a dumb ass.

            Mike Brown has a histroy of not tradeing away high round draft picks so i trade up is very unlikely.

            RIP themaninblack


            • #7
              Again, great second round pick for New Orleans. But if Ingram is there and it is a choice between Ingram and Wilkerson, they take Ingram. You might also see them trade back up with NE to get him.


              • #8
                46. Denver Broncos- James Carpenter, Offensive Lineman, Alabama
                We are drafting Carpenter to be our right tackle? As in the second most important position on our offense - protecting Tebow's blindside? That doesn't seem smart to me.


                • #9
                  Lions go BPA here but don't really fill their top needs. I could live with it.


                  • #10
                    Perfect pick at #10. :-)


                    • #11
                      Love Quinn in the first for the skins....but after the second round we dont pick again for another 100 picks. I strongly feel we need to address the qb position in round two. mcnabb will be gone....grossman will start - but that sentence speaks for itself....we need a qb. give us kaepernick in the second round and this would be better


                      • #12
                        Not a big fan of Reed, especially that high at 22. I love the trade, but if we do that I really hope we go with a QB there or Ingram.

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


                        • #13
                          Peterson and Sheard are great imo the QB situation how that would be handled im not sure. but those picks you nailed
                          San Francisco 49ers: 5 Super Bowls
                          Auburn Tigers: 2 National Championships


                          • #14
                            Nice job with Denver's draft. I like Carpenter and I think he's underrated.

                            WELCOME REALITY


                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Heisman View Post
                              Trading down and grabbing Locker is a move I feel most Vikings fans can get on board with, but we probably don't have a need for 2 D-lineman that high. Drafting Rudolph or Wisniewski with our first 2nd rounder would be solid selections
                              I agree with this.

                              I love that trade.




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