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  • 7-round presented by MLB Stars Carl mock-ford and in honor of Mock-ie Robinson


    Your boy Carl Mock-ford here saying, if you don't want to read the whole thing, CTRL+F for your favorite team's city. I hope all of you NFLDC posters enjoy!


    The great Mock-ie Robinson letting you know to be constructive with your criticisms!

    1 1 OAKLAND- Calvin Johnson WR Georgia Tech
    **TRADE** Arizona sends #5, 38, and a 2008 3rd Round Pick to Detroit for #2
    1 2 ARIZONA (f/DET) - Joe Thomas OT Wisconsin
    1 3 CLEVELAND- Jamarcus Russell QB LSU
    **TRADE** San Francisco sends #11, 42, and Jeff Ulbrich to Tampa Bay for #4 and #214
    1 4 SAN FRANCISCO (f/TB) – Gaines Adams DE Clemson
    1 5 DETROIT (f/ARI) – Patrick Willis LB Ole Miss
    1 6 WASHINGTON – LaRon Landry S LSU
    1 7 MINNESOTA – Brady Quinn QB Notre Dame
    1 8 ATLANTA – Adam Carikker DE Nebraska
    **TRADE** Green Bay sends #16 and 47 to Miami for #9 and 181
    1 9 GREEN BAY (f/MIA) – Adrian Peterson HB Oklahoma
    1 10 HOUSTON – Alan Branch DT Michigan
    1 11 TAMPA BAY (f/SF) – Amobi Okoye DT Louisville
    1 12 BUFFALO – Marshwan Lynch HB California
    1 13 ST. LOUIS – Leon Hall CB Michigan
    1 14 CAROLINA – Greg Olsen TE Miami (FL)
    **TRADE** Denver sends #21, 70, and 176 to Pittsburgh for #15
    1 15 DENVER (f/PIT) – Jamaal Anderson DE Arkansas
    1 16 MIAMI – Levi Brown OT Penn State
    1 17 JACKSONVILLE – Reggie Nelson S Florida
    1 18 CINCINNATI – Lawrence Timmons LB Florida State
    1 19 TENNESSEE – Dwayne Bowe WR LSU
    1 20 NY GIANTS – Chris Houston CB Arkansas
    1 21 PITTSBURGH (f/DEN) – Joe Staley OT Central Michigan
    1 22 DALLAS – Brandon Merriweather S Miami (FL)
    1 23 KANSAS CITY – Ted Ginn WR Ohio State
    1 24 NEW ENGLAND – Paul Posluzny LB Penn State
    1 25 NY JETS – Aaron Ross CB Texas
    1 26 PHILADELPHIA – Robert Meachem WR Tennessee
    1 27 NEW ORLEANS – Darelle Revis CB Pittsburgh
    **TRADE** Miami sends #40 and 60 to New England for #28
    1 28 MIAMI (f/NE) – Jarvis Moss DE Florida
    1 29 BALTIMORE – Ryan Kalil OL USC
    1 30 SAN DIEGO – Dwayne Jarett WR USC
    1 31 CHICAGO – Aaron Sears OT Tennessee
    1 32 INDIANAPOLIS – Jon Beason LB Miami (FL)

    2 33 OAKLAND – Justin Blalock OG Texas
    2 34 DETROIT – Anthony Spencer DE Purdue
    2 35 TAMPA BAY – Michael Griffin S Texas
    2 36 CLEVELAND – Justin Harrell DT Tennessee
    2 37 CHICAGO – Justin Durant LB Hampton
    2 38 DETROIT (f/ARI) – Trent Edwards QB Stanford
    2 39 ATLANTA – Eric Weddle S Utah
    2 40 NEW ENGLAND (f/MIA) – Ben Grubbs OG Auburn
    2 41 MINNESOTA – Charles Johnson DE Georgia
    2 42 TAMPA BAY (f/SF) – Anthony Gonzalez WR Ohio State
    2 43 BUFFALO – Marcus McCauley CB Fresno State
    2 44 ATLANTA – Sidney Rice WR South Carolina
    2 45 CAROLINA – John Wendling S Wyoming
    2 46 PITTSBURGH – David Harris LB Michigan
    2 47 MIAMI (f/GB) – Steve Smith WR USC
    2 48 JACKSONVILLE – Ikaika Alama-Francis DE Hawaii
    2 49 CINCINNATI – Aaron Rouse S Virginia Tech
    2 50 TENNESSEE – Josh Wilson CB Maryland
    2 51 NY GIANTS – Tony Ugoh OT Arkansas
    2 52 ST. LOUIS – Quinn Pitcock DT Ohio State
    2 53 DALLAS – Craig Davis WR LSU
    2 54 KANSAS CITY – Eric Wright CB UNLV
    2 55 SEATTLE – Josh Beekman OG Boston College
    2 56 DENVER – Buster Davis LB Florida State
    2 57 PHILADELPHIA – Tim Crowder DE Texas
    **TRADE** Cleveland sends #67, 103 to New Orleans for #58, 220
    2 58 CLEVELAND (f/NO) – Brian Leonard RB Rutgers
    2 59 NY JETS – Ben Patrick TE Delaware
    2 60 NEW ENGLAND (f/MIA) – Daymeion Hughes CB California
    2 61 BALTIMORE – Tanard Jackson DB Syracuse
    2 62 SAN DIEGO – Tank Tyler DT NC State
    2 63 NY JETS – Stewart Bradley LB Nebraska
    2 64 TAMPA BAY – Ray McDonald DT Florida

    3 65 OAKLAND – Brandon Mebane DT California
    3 66 DETROIT – Drew Stanton QB Michigan State
    3 67 NEW ORLEANS (f/CLE) – Zach Miller TE Arizona State
    3 68 TAMPA BAY – Lamarr Woodley DE Michigan
    3 69 ARIZONA – Quincy Black LB New Mexico
    3 70 PITTSBURGH (f/DEN) – Kenny Irons HB Auburn
    **TRADE** Miami sends #71 to Kansas City for Trent Green and # 196
    3 71 KANSAS CITY (f/MIA) –Ryan Harris OT Notre Dame
    3 72 MINNESOTA – Jacoby Jones WR Lane
    3 73 HOUSTON – James Marten OT Boston College
    3 74 BUFFALO – Bradon Siler LB Florida
    3 75 ATLANTA – Marshall Yanda OG Iowa
    3 76 SAN FRANCISCO – Jason Hill WR Washington State
    **TRADE** Pittsburgh sends #77 to San Diego for #93, 129 and a 2008 5th Rounder
    3 77 SAN DIEGO (f/PIT) – Quentin Moses DE Georgia
    3 78 GREEN BAY – Aundrae Allison WR East Carolina
    3 79 JACKSONVILLE – Kevin Kolb QB Houston
    3 80 TENNESSEE – Sabby Piscatelli S Oregon State
    3 81 NY GIANTS – Michael Bush HB Louisville
    3 82 ST. LOUIS – Doug Free OT Northern Illinois
    3 83 CAROLINA – H.B. Blades LB Pittsburgh
    3 84 KANSAS CITY – Ryan McBean DT Oklahoma State
    3 85 SEATTLE – Turk McBride DT Tennessee
    **TRADE** Denver sends #86 to Tennesse for #115, 152, and a 2008 4th Rounder
    3 86 TENNESSEE (f/DEN) – Antonio Pittman HB Ohio State
    **TRADE** Dallas sends #87, 159 to Minnesota for #106 and a 2008 3rd Rounder
    3 87 MINNESOTA – Samson Satele C Hawaii
    3 88 NEW ORLEANS – Anthony Waters LB Clemson
    3 89 NY JETS – Tony Hunt HB Penn State
    3 90 PHILADELPHIA – Josh Gattis S Wake Forest
    3 91 NEW ENGLAND – Zak DeOssie LB Brown
    3 92 BUFFALO – Kareem Brown DT Miami (FL)
    3 93 PITTSBURGH (f/SD) – David Irons CB Auburn
    3 94 CHICAGO – Paul Williams WR Fresno State
    3 95 INDIANAPOLIS – Marcus Thomas DT Florida
    3 96 SAN DIEGO – Michael Johnson S Arizona
    3 97 SAN FRANCISCO – Manuel Ramiez OG Texas Tech
    3 98 INDIANAPOLIS – Lorenzo Booker HB Florida State
    3 99 OAKLAND – Marvin White S TCU

    **TRADE** Oakland sends #100 to Detroit for Josh McCown, #154 and 158
    4 100 DETROIT – Jonathon Wade CB Tennessee
    4 101 DETROIT – Adam Koets OT Oregon State
    4 102 TAMPA BAY – Brandon Frye OT Virginia Tech
    4 103 NEW ORLEANS (f/CLE) – Derek Landri DT Notre Dame
    4 104 SAN FRANCISCO – Fred Bennett CB South Carolina
    4 105 ARIZONA – Tarvarous Bain CB Hampton
    4 106 DALLAS (f/MIN) – Mason Crosby K Colorado
    4 107 HOUSTON – Kevin Payne S UL-Monroe
    4 108 MIAMI – Kenny Scott CB Georgia Tech
    4 109 ATLANTA – Jordan Palmer QB UTEP
    4 110 SAN FRANCISCO – Antonio Johnson DT Mississippi State
    4 111 BUFFALO – Troy Smith QB Ohio State
    4 112 GREEN BAY – Scott Chandler TE Iowa
    4 113 JACKSONVILLE – Tim Shaw LB Penn State
    4 114 CINCINNATI – Paul Solai DT Utah
    4 115 DENVER (f/TEN) – Dwayne Wright HB Fresno State
    4 116 NY GIANTS –Michael Coe CB Alabama State
    4 117 ST. LOUIS – Chansi Stuckey WR Clemson
    4 118 CAROLINA- Courtney Taylor WR Auburn
    4 119 PITTSBURGH – Brandon Jackson HB Nebraska
    4 120 SEATTLE – Gerald Alexander S Boise State
    4 121 ATLANTA – Le’ Ron McClain FB Alabama
    4 122 DALLAS – Mario Henderson OT Florida State
    4 123 NEW ORLEANS – Tarell Brown CB Texas
    4 124 SAN FRANCISCO – Jessie Daniels S LSU
    4 125 NEW ORLEANS – Julius Wilson OT U.A.B.
    4 126 NEW ORLEANS – Laurent Robinson WR Illinois State
    4 127 NEW ENGLAND – Daren Stone S Maine
    4 128 TENNESSEE – Dan Bazuin DE Central Michigan
    4 129 PITTSBURGH (f/SD) – Brian Robison DE Texas
    4 130 CHICAGO – Eric Frampton S Washington State
    4 131 INDIANAPOLIS- Dallas Baker WR Florida
    4 132 PITTSBURGH – Johnnie Lee Higgins WR UTEP
    4 133 ATLANTA- Stephen Nicholas LB South Florida
    4 134 BALTIMORE – Rory Johnson LB Ole Miss
    4 135 SAN FRANCISCO – Baraka Atkins DE Miami (FL)
    4 136 INDIANAPOLIS – CJ Gaddis CB Clemson
    4 137 BALTIMORE – Gabe Hall OT Texas Tech

    5 138 OAKLAND – Matt Speath TE Minnesota
    5 139 DETROIT- Jay Moore DE Nebraska
    5 140 CLEVELAND – Deandre Jackson CB Iowa State
    5 141 TAMPA BAY – Chris Leak QB Florida
    5 142 ARIZONA – C.J. Ah You DE Oklahoma
    5 143 WASHINGTON –Quintin Echols DT Kansas State
    5 144 HOUSTON – Joel Filani WR Texas Tech
    5 145 DETROIT – Earl Everett LB Florida
    5 146 MINNESOTA – Mansfield Wrotto OG Georgia Tech
    5 147 SAN FRANCISCO – Rhema McKnight WR Notre Dame
    5 148 ST. LOUIS – Doug Datish C Ohio State
    5 149 ATLANTA – Kolby Smith HB Louisville
    5 150 JACKSONVILLE – A.J. Davis CB North Carolina State
    5 151 CINCINNATI – Courtney Brown CB Cal-Poly SLO
    5 152 DENVER (f/TEN) – Chris Denman OT Fresno State
    5 153 NY GIANTS – Martez Milner TE Georgia
    5 154 OAKLAND (f/DET) – Andy Alleman OG Akron
    5 155 CAROLINA – Xzavie Jackson DE Missouri
    5 156 PITTSBURGH – David Patterson DT Ohio State
    5 157 GREEN BAY – Brandon Harrison S Stanford
    5 158 OAKLAND (fDET) – Tyler Palko QB Pittsburgh
    5 159 MINNESOTA (f/DAL) – Leonard Peters S Hawaii
    5 160 KANSAS CITY – Cameron Stephenson OG Rutgers
    5 161 SEATTLE – Joe Newton TE Oregon State
    5 162 PHILADELPHIA – Usama Young CB Kent State
    5 163 NEW ORLEANS – Matt Moore QB Oregon State
    5 164 NY JETS – Chase Pittman DE LSU
    5 165 OAKLAND – Antwan Barnes LB Florida International
    5 166 BALTIMORE – J.D. Nelson S Oregon
    5 167 SAN DIEGO – Jon Abbate LB Wake Forest
    5 168 CHICAGO – Clark Harris TE Rutgers
    5 169 INDIANAPOLIS – Dallas Sartz LB USC
    5 170 PITTSBURGH – Luke Getsy QB Akron
    5 171 NEW ENGLAND- Desmond Bishop LB California
    5 172 SAN DIEGO – Uche Nwaneri OG Purdue
    5 173 INDIANAPOLIS – Dan Mozes C West Virginia
    5 174 BALTIMORE – Jackie Battle RB Houston

    6 175 OAKLAND – Chris Henry HB Arizona
    6 176 PITTSBURGH (f/DEN) – Jay Alford DT Penn State
    6 177 NY JETS – Anthony Arline CB Baylor
    6 178 CLEVELAND – Yamon Figurs WR Kansas State
    6 179 WASHINGTON- Kasey Studdard OG Texas
    6 180 NEW ENGLAND – Brandon Myles WR West Virginia
    6 181 GREEN BAY (f/MIA) – Zach Catanese S Arizona State
    6 182 MINNESOTA – Darius Walker HB Notre Dame
    6 183 HOUSTON – Marquice Cole CB Northwestern
    6 184 BUFFALO – Dan Santucci OG Notre Dame
    6 185 ATLANTA – Clifton Ryan DT Michigan State
    6 186 SAN FRANCISCO – Michael Okwo LB Stanford
    6 187 CINCINNATI – Mike Walker WR Central Florida
    6 188 TENNESSEE – Mkristo Bruce DE Washington State
    6 189 NY GIANTS – Daniel Sepulveda P Baylor
    6 190 ST. LOUIS – Brandon Sharp S Louisville
    6 191 CAROLINA – Kyle Young OL Fresno State
    6 192 PITTSBURGH – Tony Taylor LB Georgia
    6 193 GREEN BAY – Isaiah Stanback QB/WR Washington
    6 194 JACKSONVILLE – Jacob Ford DE Central Arkansas
    6 195 DALLAS – John Beck QB BYU
    6 196 MIAMI (f/KC) – Ken Shackleford OT Georgia
    6 197 SEATTLE – James Pinkney QB East Carolina
    6 198 DENVER - David Ball WR New Hampshire
    6 199 MIAMI – Tala Esera OG Hawaii
    6 200 DALLAS – Jon Cornish HB Kansas
    6 201 PHILADELPHIA- Adam Podlesh P Maryland
    6 202 NEW ENGLAND – Jared Zabransky QB Boise State
    6 203 BALTIMORE – Zac Taylor QB Nebraska
    6 204 TENNESSEE- Juwan Simpson LB Arkansas
    6 205 WASHINGTON – KaMichael Hall Georgia Tech
    6 206 TENNESSEE – Jason Snelling FB Virginia
    6 207 BALTIMORE – Chinedum Ndukwe S Notre Dame
    6 208 NEW ENGLAND – Tim Duckworth OG Auburn
    6 209 NEW ENGLAND – Marcus Paschal S Iowa
    6 210 SEATTLE – John Talley CB Duke

    7 211 OAKLAND – Geoferry Pope CB Howard
    7 212 DALLAS – Leroy Harris C NC State
    7 213 CLEVELAND – Justin Hickman DE UCLA
    7 214 SAN FRANCISCO (f/TB) – Garrett Wolfe HB Northern Illinois
    7 215 ARIZONA – Kevin Boss TE Western Oregon
    7 216 WASHINGTON – Chris Davis WR Florida State
    7 217 MINNESOTA – Tim Castille FB Alabama
    7 218 HOUSTON – Ahmad Bradshaw HB Marshall
    7 219 MIAMI – Drew Tate QB Iowa
    7 220 CLEVELAND (f/NO) – Melvin Bullitt S Texas A&M
    7 221 CHICAGO – Justin Rascati QB James Madison
    7 222 BUFFALO – Craig Dahl S North Dakota State
    7 223 TENNESSEE – Lester Ricard QB Tulane
    7 224 NY GIANTS – Erik Robertson OG Caligornia
    7 225 ST. LOUIS – Jeff Smith Georgetown (KY)
    7 226 CAROLINA – Ramonce Taylor HB Texas
    7 227 PITTSBURGH – Justin Medlock K UCLA
    7 228 GREEN BAY – Jerard Rabb WR Boise State
    7 229 JACKSONVILLE- Kody Bliss P Auburn
    7 230 CINCINNATI – Justin Warren LB Texas A&M
    7 231 TENNESSEE – Paluani Ma Sun OG Oregon
    7 232 KANSAS CITY- Tim Mixon CB California
    7 233 SEATTLE – Elliot Vallejo OT Cal-Davis
    7 234 DENVER – Sean Douglas P Washington
    7 235 DALLAS – Steve Breaston WR Michigan
    7 236 GREEN BAY- Andrew Wellock K Eastern Michigan
    7 237 PHILADELPHIA – Wesley Smith S Memphis
    7 238 DALLAS – Ramzee Robinson CB Alabama
    7 239 MIAMI- Syndric Steptoe WR Arizona
    7 240 BUFFALO- Enoka Lucas C Oregon
    7 241 SAN DIEGO- Nate Iloa RB Hawaii
    7 242 CHICAGO- Johnathon Holland WR Louisiana Tech
    7 243 INDIANAPOLIS- Larry Birdine DE Oklahoma
    7 244 GREEN BAY- Brian Smith LB Missouri
    7 245 ATLANTA- Dustin Fry C Clemson
    7 246 TAMPA BAY- Vincent Marshall WR Houston
    7 247 TAMPA BAY – Kenneth Darby HB Alabama
    7 248 NEW ENGLAND- Ameer Ismail LB Western Michigan
    7 249 ST. LOUIS – Loren Howard DE Arizona State
    7 250 ST. LOUIS – Ronnie McGill HB North Carolina
    7 251 NY GIANTS –Nick Folk K Arizona
    7 252 JACKSONVILLE- Robert Turner OG New Mexico
    7 253 JACKSONVILLE- Jordan Kent WR Oregon
    7 254 CINCINNATI – Jon Stocco QB Wisconsin
    7 255 OAKLAND – Chase Johnson OT Wyoming
    7 256 DETROIT- Germaine Race HB Pittsburg State
    The Bear will not quit, the Bear will not die

  • #2
    Green Bay wont trade up in the 1st, its not Ted Thompson's personailty to do so



    Sig thanks to Bonekrusher

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    • #3
      Good 2nd Day for the Bengals. However, Rouse is not our type of Safety at all and is a 3rd-4th Round value to me at best. Timmons is ok, but I think Beason is the better value and a bit better suited for the Bengals defense. The Bengals have also expressed a good amount of interest in Beason.

      big props to BoneKrusher for the sig & avatar
      - For daily NFL draft coverage:
      www.twitter.com/ryanlownes

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      • #4
        1st GREAT

        2nd okay, edwards,kalil

        3rdA good

        3rdB should be OT

        4th i like the trade

        5thA good

        5thB okay, we should go DE though

        6th good

        7thA okay

        7thB good

        DE is a bigger need than LB,S and CB


        "Just Win Baby"- Al Davis
        @SirStackAlot707

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        • #5
          im very happy with the bengals draft


          Originally posted by mythbusta
          i love my pedestal. thats why im the mythbusta.
          who dey?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by neko4 View Post
            Green Bay wont trade up in the 1st, its not Ted Thompson's personailty to do so
            Even if it means getting AD?
            The Bear will not quit, the Bear will not die

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            • #7
              Adams is strickly a 4-3 DE, and would not do well in SF's 3-4. The only reason we trade up is to get CJ and he is not on the board. the rest of the draft is pretty good concerning SF

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              • #8
                Have my babies.


                http://minnesotasportstwentyfourseven.blogspot.com/

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by TheMikey10 View Post
                  Even if it means getting AD?
                  We would have to be desperate like Meg Griffin



                  Sig thanks to Bonekrusher

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                  • #10
                    Like the trade down, but don't like Ben Grubbs in the second. Would have been a pretty awesome Patriots mock had they went with someone else at #40. Sorry I posted such a crappy analysis for this, but it was pretty solid and I'm also a bit busy. Ameer, not sure on, but it's the end of the seventh, so it should be fine.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Bengals1690 View Post
                      im very happy with the bengals draft
                      Please, as a Bengals fan, tell me why would you ever be happy with Aaron Rouse in the 2nd Round? He's not a good fit in Cincinnati at all. We like more athleticism and coverage ability from our Safety's, and the ability to play corner. He may have good timed, but he's stiff in the hips and projects more to OLB than CB. It would be very unlike the Bengals to draft a player like Rouse, who would also be a reach by a round or two.

                      I'm not criticizing the mock maker here, I'm criticizing a fellow Bengals fan on his reasoning.

                      big props to BoneKrusher for the sig & avatar
                      - For daily NFL draft coverage:
                      www.twitter.com/ryanlownes

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Vikes99ej View Post
                        Have my babies.
                        with pleasure!
                        The Bear will not quit, the Bear will not die

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by RavenOfProphecy View Post
                          Like the trade down, but don't like Ben Grubbs in the second. Would have been a pretty awesome Patriots mock had they went with someone else at #40. Sorry I posted such a crappy analysis for this, but it was pretty solid and I'm also a bit busy. Ameer, not sure on, but it's the end of the seventh, so it should be fine.
                          What position/specific player would you prefer at 40?
                          The Bear will not quit, the Bear will not die

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by ThePudge View Post
                            Please, as a Bengals fan, tell me why would you ever be happy with Aaron Rouse in the 2nd Round? He's not a good fit in Cincinnati at all. We like more athleticism and coverage ability from our Safety's, and the ability to play corner. He may have good timed, but he's stiff in the hips and projects more to OLB than CB. It would be very unlike the Bengals to draft a player like Rouse, who would also be a reach by a round or two.

                            I'm not criticizing the mock maker here, I'm criticizing a fellow Bengals fan on his reasoning.
                            because i am high on rouse, he was the best player on one of the the best defenses in the nation. No one else really would be a good value there, either.


                            Originally posted by mythbusta
                            i love my pedestal. thats why im the mythbusta.
                            who dey?

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                            • #15
                              would rather have Jarrett, Revis, Kalil or Meachem over Ginn

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