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Here we go - My last mock of the year. 3 rounds. (1 Viewer)

Andy Dufresne

Footballguy
Round 1

1.1 Houston Texans - Reggie Bush, RB - Southern Cal

1.2 New Orleans Saints - Mario Williams, DE - North Carolina State

1.3 Tennessee Titans - Vince Young, QB - Texas

1.4 New York Jets - D'Brickashaw Ferguson, OT - Virginia

1.5 Green Bay Packers - A.J. Hawk, OLB - Ohio State

1.6 San Fransico 49ers - Vernon Davis, TE - Maryland

1.7 Oakland Raiders - Matt Leinart, QB - Southern Cal

1.8 Buffalo Bills - Brodrick Bunkley, DT - Florida State

1.9 Detroit Lions - Michael Huff, FS - Texas

1.10 Arizona Cardinals - Jay Cutler, QB - Vanderbilt

1.11 St. Louis Rams - Ernie Sims, OLB - Florida State

1.12 Cleveland Browns - Haloti Ngata, DT - Oregon

1.13 Baltimore Ravens - Winston Justice, OT - Southern Cal

1.14 Philadelphia Eagles - Chad Greenway, OLB - Iowa

1.15 Denver Broncos - Santonio Holmes, WR - Ohio State

1.16 Miami Dolphins - Chad Jackson, WR - Florida

1.17 Minnesota Vikings - DeAngelo Williams, RB - Memphis

1.18 Dallas Cowboys - Manny Lawson, DE - North Carolina State

1.19 San Diego Chargers - Tye Hill, DB - Clemson

1.20 Kansas City Chiefs - Jimmy Williams, DB - Virginia Tech

1.21 New England Patriots - Richard Marshall, DB - Fresno State

1.22 San Fransico 49ers - Kamerion Wimbley, DE - Florida State

1.23 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Johnathan Joseph, DB - South Carolina

1.24 Cincinnati Bengals - Donte Whitner, SS - Ohio State

1.25 New York Giants - Gabriel Watson, DT - Michigan

1.26 Chicago Bears - Antonio Cromartie, DB - Florida State

1.27 Carolina Panthers - LenDale White, RB - Southern Cal

1.28 Jacksonville Jaguars - DeMeco Ryans, OLB - Alabama

1.29 New York Jets - Bobby Carpenter, OLB - Ohio State

1.30 Indianapolis Colts - Laurence Maroney, RB - Minnesota

1.31 Seattle Seahawks - Kelly Jennings, DB - Miami

1.32 Pittsburgh Steelers - Jason Allen, FS - Tennessee

Round 2

2.33 Houston Texans - Eric Winston, OT - Miami

2.34 New Orleans Saints - Daryn Colledge, OG - Boise State

2.35 New York Jets - Marcus McNeill, OT - Auburn

2.36 Green Bay Packers - Sinorice Moss, WR - Miami

2.37 Denver Broncos - Mathias Kiwanuka, DE - Boston College

2.38 Oakland Raiders - Thomas Howard, OLB - UTEP

2.39 Tennessee Titans - Ashton Youboty, DB - Ohio State

2.40 Detroit Lions - Abdul Hodge, ILB - Iowa

2.41 Arizona Cardinals - Leonard Pope, TE - Georgia

2.42 Buffalo Bills - Jonathan Scott, OT - Texas

2.43 Cleveland Browns - Roger McIntosh, OLB - Miami

2.44 Baltimore Ravens - John McCargo, DT - North Carolina State

2.45 Philadelphia Eagles - Tamba Hali, DE - Penn State

2.46 St. Louis Rams - Dominique Byrd, TE - Southern Cal

2.47 Atlanta Falcons - Danieal Manning, DB - Abilene Christian

2.48 Minnesota Vikings - Jon Alston, OLB - Stanford

2.49 Dallas Cowboys - Ko Simpson, FS - South Carolina

2.50 San Diego Chargers - D'Qwell Jackson, ILB - Maryland

2.51 Minnesota Vikings - Max Jean-Gilles, OG - Georgia

2.52 New England Patriots - Maurice Stovall, WR - Notre Dame

2.53 Washington Redskins - Terna Nande, OLB - Miami (OH)

2.54 Kansas City Chiefs - Claude Wroten, DT - LSU

2.55 Cincinnati Bengals - Joe Klopfenstein, TE - Colorado

2.56 New York Giants - Martin Nance, WR - Miami (OH)

2.57 Chicago Bears - Anthony Fasano, TE - Notre Dame

2.58 Carolina Panthers - Marcedes Lewis, TE - UCLA

2.59 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Ryan O'Callaghan, OT - California

2.60 Jacksonville Jaguars - Joseph Addai, RB - LSU

2.61 Denver Broncos - Maurice Drew, RB - UCLA

2.62 Indianapolis Colts - Davin Joseph, OG - Oklahoma

2.63 Seattle Seahawks - Mark Anderson, DE - Alabama

2.64 Pittsburgh Steelers - Nick Mangold, OC - Ohio State

Round 3

3.65 Houston Texans - Daniel Bullocks, SS - Nebraska

3.66 Houston Texans - Darryl Tapp, DE - Virginia Tech

3.67 Green Bay Packers - Fred Matua, OG - USC

3.68 Denver Broncos - Darnell Bing, SS - Southern Cal

3.69 Oakland Raiders - Pat Watkins, FS - Florida State

3.70 Buffalo Bills - Cedric Griffin, SS - Texas

3.71 New York Jets - Charlie Whitehurst, QB - Clemson

3.72 Arizona Cardinals - Charles Spencer, OG - Pittsburgh

3.73 Buffalo Bills - Brandon Marshall, WR - Central Florida

3.74 Detroit Lions - Andrew Whitworth, OT - LSU

3.75 New England Patriots - Brian Calhoun, RB - Wisconsin

3.76 Philadelphia Eagles - Jonathan Lewis, NT - Virginia Tech

3.77 St. Louis Rams - Demario Minter, DB - Georgia

3.78 Cleveland Browns - Ray Edwards, DE - Purdue

3.79 Atlanta Falcons - Jerrious Norwood , RB - Mississippi St.

3.80 Dallas Cowboys - Demetrius Williams, WR - Oregon

3.81 San Diego Chargers - Jeremy Trueblood, OT - Boston College

3.82 Miami Dolphins - Greg Blue, SS - Georgia

3.83 Minnesota Vikings - Omar Jacobs, QB - Bowling Green

3.84 San Fransico 49ers - Derek Hagan, WR - Arizona State

3.85 Kansas City Chiefs - Elvis Dumervil, DE - Louisville

3.86 New England Patriots - Spencer Havner, ILB - UCLA

3.87 New York Giants - A.J. Nicholson, OLB - Florida State

3.88 Carolina Panthers- Jesse Mahelona, DT - Tennessee

3.89 Carolina Panthers - Gerris Wilkinson, ILB - Georgia Tech

3.90 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Alan Zemaitis, DB - Penn State

3.91 Cincinnati Bengals - Stanley McClover, DE - Auburn

3.92 Jacksonville Jaguars - Chris Gocong, DE - Cal Poly

3.93 Atlanta Falcons - Taitusi Lutui, OG - Southern Cal

3.94 Indianapolis Colts - Rodrique Wright, DT - Texas

3.95 Minnesota Vikings - David Pittman, DB - Northwestern State

3.96 Pittsburgh Steelers - Reggie McNeal, QB - Texas A&M

3.97 New York Jets - Greg Eslinger, OC - Minnesota

 
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Andy Dufresne

Footballguy
Sorted by team.

Arizona Cardinals

1.10 Jay Cutler , QB - Vanderbilt

2.41 Leonard Pope , TE - Georgia

3.72 Charles Spencer , OG - Pittsburgh

Atlanta Falcons

2.47 Danieal Manning , DB - Abilene Christian

3.79 Jerrious Norwood , RB - Mississippi St.

3.93 Taitusi Lutui , OG - Southern Cal

Baltimore Ravens

1.13 Winston Justice , OT - Southern Cal

2.44 John McCargo , DT - North Carolina State

Buffalo Bills

1.8 Brodrick Bunkley , DT - Florida State

2.42 Jonathan Scott , OT - Texas

3.70 Cedric Griffin , SS - Texas

3.73 Brandon Marshall , WR - Central Florida

Carolina Panthers

1.27 LenDale White , RB - Southern Cal

2.58 Marcedes Lewis , TE - UCLA

3.88 Jesse Mahelona , DT - Tennessee

3.89 Gerris Wilkinson , ILB - Georgia Tech

Chicago Bears

1.26 Antonio Cromartie , DB - Florida State

2.57 Anthony Fasano , TE - Notre Dame

Cincinnati Bengals

1.24 Donte Whitner , SS - Ohio State

2.55 Joe Klopfenstein , TE - Colorado

3.91 Stanley McClover , DE - Auburn

Cleveland Browns

1.12 Haloti Ngata , DT - Oregon

2.43 Roger McIntosh , OLB - Miami

3.78 Ray Edwards , DE - Purdue

Dallas Cowboys

1.18 Manny Lawson , DE - North Carolina State

2.49 Ko Simpson , FS - South Carolina

3.80 Demetrius Williams , WR - Oregon

Denver Broncos

1.15 Santonio Holmes , WR - Ohio State

2.37 Mathias Kiwanuka , DE - Boston College

2.61 Maurice Drew , RB - UCLA

3.68 Darnell Bing , SS - Southern Cal

Detroit Lions

1.9 Michael Huff , FS - Texas

2.40 Abdul Hodge , ILB - Iowa

3.74 Andrew Whitworth , OT - LSU

Green Bay Packers

1.5 A.J. Hawk , OLB - Ohio State

2.36 Sinorice Moss , WR - Miami

3.67 Fred Matua , OG - USC

Houston Texans

1.1 Reggie Bush , RB - Southern Cal

2.33 Eric Winston , OT - Miami

3.65 Daniel Bullocks , SS - Nebraska

3.66 Darryl Tapp , DE - Virginia Tech

Indianapolis Colts

1.30 Laurence Maroney , RB - Minnesota

2.62 Davin Joseph , OG - Oklahoma

3.94 Rodrique Wright , DT - Texas

Jacksonville Jaguars

1.28 DeMeco Ryans , OLB - Alabama

2.60 Joseph Addai , RB - LSU

3.92 Chris Gocong , DE - Cal Poly

Kansas City Chiefs

1.20 Jimmy Williams , DB - Virginia Tech

2.54 Claude Wroten , DT - LSU

3.85 Elvis Dumervil , DE - Louisville

Miami Dolphins

1.16 Chad Jackson , WR - Florida

3.82 Greg Blue , SS - Georgia

Minnesota Vikings

1.17 DeAngelo Williams , RB - Memphis

2.48 Jon Alston , OLB - Stanford

2.51 Max Jean-Gilles , OG - Georgia

3.83 Omar Jacobs , QB - Bowling Green

3.95 David Pittman , DB - Northwestern State

New England Patriots

1.21 Richard Marshall , DB - Fresno State

2.52 Maurice Stovall , WR - Notre Dame

3.75 Brian Calhoun , RB - Wisconsin

3.86 Spencer Havner , ILB - UCLA

New Orleans Saints

1.2 Mario Williams , DE - North Carolina State

2.34 Daryn Colledge , OG - Boise State

New York Giants

1.25 Gabriel Watson , DT - Michigan

2.56 Martin Nance , WR - Miami (OH)

3.87 A.J. Nicholson , OLB - Florida State

New York Jets

1.4 D'Brickashaw Ferguson , OT - Virginia

1.29 Bobby Carpenter , OLB - Ohio State

2.35 Marcus McNeill , OT - Auburn

3.71 Charlie Whitehurst , QB - Clemson

3.97 Greg Eslinger , OC - Minnesota

Oakland Raiders

1.7 Matt Leinart , QB - Southern Cal

2.38 Thomas Howard , OLB - UTEP

3.69 Pat Watkins , FS - Florida State

Philadelphia Eagles

1.14 Chad Greenway , OLB - Iowa

2.45 Tamba Hali , DE - Penn State

3.76 Jonathan Lewis , NT - Virginia Tech

Pittsburgh Steelers

1.32 Jason Allen , FS - Tennessee

2.64 Nick Mangold , OC - Ohio State

3.96 Reggie McNeal , QB - Texas A&M

San Diego Chargers

1.19 Tye Hill , DB - Clemson

2.50 D'Qwell Jackson , ILB - Maryland

3.81 Jeremy Trueblood , OT - Boston College

San Fransico 49ers

1.6 Vernon Davis , TE - Maryland

1.22 Kamerion Wimbley , DE - Florida State

3.84 Derek Hagan , WR - Arizona State

Seattle Seahawks

1.31 Kelly Jennings , DB - Miami

2.63 Mark Anderson , DE - Alabama

St. Louis Rams

1.11 Ernie Sims , OLB - Florida State

2.46 Dominique Byrd , TE - Southern Cal

3.77 Demario Minter , DB - Georgia

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1.23 Johnathan Joseph , DB - South Carolina

2.59 Ryan O'Callaghan , OT - California

3.90 Alan Zemaitis , DB - Penn State

Tennessee Titans

1.3 Vince Young , QB - Texas

2.39 Ashton Youboty , DB - Ohio State

Washington Redskins

2.53 Terna Nande , OLB - Miami (OH)

 
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Andy Dufresne

Footballguy
I did this for the Ourlads draft challenge. It was pretty simple, but their interface wasn't the best and their player pool didn't even include Brian Calhoun. Nor does it have the most current teams/picks (the Denver/SF picks are out of order).

So if there's any mistakes, I'll try to fix them.

This is based on what I understand the individual team needs to be and the talent available.

 

BlueOnion

Footballguy
I think this mock is very up-to-date and very indicative how the first round may turn out.

I think

...Ngata and Bunkley should be flip-flopped (personal preference)

...If Cutler gets to Arizona, I don't think Arizona takes him

 

Andy Dufresne

Footballguy
...If Cutler gets to Arizona, I don't think Arizona takes him
I hate Jay Cutler. He's the best player that nobody wants. Why didn't he pick a better school and become a stud? He messes up the whole draft. Never know where to put him.
 

Idiot Boxer

Footballguy
I hope Mangold drops to #64, but I sincerely doubt it....

also, I don't think McNeal is the preferred "slash" player of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

 
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Idiot Boxer

Footballguy
I hope Mangold drops to #64, but I sincerely doubt it.
:shrug: I know. But I didn't see where else he would go.
also, I don't think McNeal is the preferred "slash" player of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Who do you think is?
Michael Robinson, PSU is getting more love.As for Mangold, Cinci is rumored to be interested in him in the first. I think they'd pull the trigger if he drops in Rd2.

 

BlueOnion

Footballguy
I didn't realize San Fran only has thre day 1 picks. If Cutler and Lienart are on the board at pick #6, they are almost definitely looking to move down.

 

Doggler

Footballguy
Andy,

You have the Pack drafting a munchkin in round 2. The new regime talks like they'd cut Steve Smith if he was on the team and replace him with Rod Gardner. While WR is definately I need, I think they'd pass on Moss and address the secondary or interior OL(i.e. Mangold) there. IMO.

 
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Godsbrother

Footballguy
I hope Mangold drops to #64, but I sincerely doubt it.
:shrug: I know. But I didn't see where else he would go.
also, I don't think McNeal is the preferred "slash" player of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Who do you think is?
Michael Robinson, PSU is getting more love.As for Mangold, Cinci is rumored to be interested in him in the first. I think they'd pull the trigger if he drops in Rd2.
Robinson certainly fills the slash role and will come cheaper than a 3rd but I hope the Steelers take a legitimate QB to backup Ben & Batch. Omar Jacobs should be around in the 3rd and and Bruce Gradkowski should be around in the 4th round.
 

Andy Dufresne

Footballguy
Andy,

  You have the Pack drafting a munchkin in round 2.  The new regime talks like they'd cut Steve Smith if he was on the team and replace him with Rod Gardner.  While WR is definately I need, I think they'd pass on Moss and address the secondary or interior OL there.  IMO.
I guess I can't think down to the Packers level.I call that the "we have no choice" pick. There's nobody left to play receiver in GB.

Oh wait. They did acquire Mark Boerigter.

That may be a good place for Mangold to be selected.

 
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Old Man Raider

Footballguy
Which is which?

You have:

3.79 Atlanta Falcons - Jerome Harrison, RB - Washington State

in your overall post, but:

3.79 Jerrious Norwood , RB - Mississippi St.

in your picks by team post.

 

Andy Dufresne

Footballguy
Which is which?

You have:

3.79 Atlanta Falcons - Jerome Harrison, RB - Washington State

in your overall post, but:

3.79 Jerrious Norwood , RB - Mississippi St.

in your picks by team post.
Norwood.I went back and manually added Brian Calhoun to the Patriots, who I originally had taking Norwood. This bumps Norwood to the Falcons and Harrison out of the first three rounds.

Cutting and pasting three rounds can get kinda complex.

 

Ridgelake

Footballguy
BlueOnion, I actually think Buf is more interested in Bunkley than Ngata. But whichever......

Andy, good stuff. I like it overall.

I'll comment on Dallas as thats something I have some understanding of.....

At 18, my latest thinking/reading has Dallas with Carpenter at #1 on their list. Wimbley#2 and Lawson #3.

The more that I read, the more that I sense that Lawson is a workout warrior and really benefited from Super Mario being on the other side. He also projects to more of a WOLB than a SOLB that Dallas needs.

Carpenter is the most experienced of the 3 and is the most ready to play. Dallas wants to win now. Carpenter has been mentioned as the best pashrusher of the OLBs and played DE on occasions in passing downs for OSU. Further, his dad played for Parcells and Tuna does like connections such as this.

Wimbley has measured extremely well. But his production hasn't quite matched up.

Maybe Dallas is playing possum. But the more that I read, the more I am leaning towards Carpenter at 18.

At 49, a safety would not surprise. I don't know what it is, but I really don't like Simpson. Maybe its his lack of experience. Maybe its his inclination to be a SS, not a FS. But I'm really not comfortable with him. I personally like Pat Watkins much better for Dallas, assuming they go safety here.

Really, in the second and third round, a FS, NT, TE, or OL would not surprise. I could spend a good hour discussing why each of those spots would be appropriate. But I don't have that time right now.

As for their 3rd round pick, I like Williams as a prospect. But I don't think Dallas takes a WR on Day 1. Yes, they need to get younger with both starters over 32. But behind TO and Glenn, Crayton is a solid #3 guy. And on Parcells' teams, backups must play special teams. Crayton returns punts. The #4 WR, Copper, is an excellent special teams player. He's the gunner on the punt team. So a rookie WR would be #5 on the depth chart and most likely would not be active on gameday. Dallas typically only takes 4 WRs to Sunday as Witten plays in the spread offense. I have a hard time seeing burning a first day draft pick on a guy that won't be active on Sunday, baring injury.

Overall, this is one of the better mocks that I have seen. I know a lot of work went into it. :goodjob:

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Idiot Boxer

Footballguy
I hope Mangold drops to #64, but I sincerely doubt it.
:shrug: I know. But I didn't see where else he would go.
also, I don't think McNeal is the preferred "slash" player of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Who do you think is?
Michael Robinson, PSU is getting more love.As for Mangold, Cinci is rumored to be interested in him in the first. I think they'd pull the trigger if he drops in Rd2.
Robinson certainly fills the slash role and will come cheaper than a 3rd but I hope the Steelers take a legitimate QB to backup Ben & Batch. Omar Jacobs should be around in the 3rd and and Bruce Gradkowski should be around in the 4th round.
I think Omar Jacobs is going to go too high for the Steelers to justify that pick. I like Gradowski later...I was just addressing the McNeal pick. If the Steelers were to take a "slash" player, I think they'd take Robinson over McNeal.

 

hobbes4

Footballguy
If the Texans come away with that draft I will be very happy. Looks great.

I think the Saints have to look at Hodge in the 2nd. But OG makes sense too since they signed a couple LBs in FA. Hodge would be more exciting though.

 

Blackjacks

Footballguy
Sorted by team.

Arizona Cardinals

1.10 Jay Cutler , QB - Vanderbilt

2.41 Leonard Pope , TE - Georgia

3.72 Charles Spencer , OG - Pittsburgh

Atlanta Falcons

2.47 Danieal Manning , DB - Abilene Christian

3.79 Jerrious Norwood , RB - Mississippi St.

3.93 Taitusi Lutui , OG - Southern Cal

Baltimore Ravens

1.13 Winston Justice , OT - Southern Cal

2.44 John McCargo , DT - North Carolina State

Buffalo Bills

1.8 Brodrick Bunkley , DT - Florida State

2.42 Jonathan Scott , OT - Texas

3.70 Cedric Griffin , SS - Texas

3.73 Brandon Marshall , WR - Central Florida

Carolina Panthers

1.27 LenDale White , RB - Southern Cal

2.58 Marcedes Lewis , TE - UCLA

3.89 Gerris Wilkinson , ILB - Georgia Tech

Chicago Bears

1.26 Antonio Cromartie , DB - Florida State

2.57 Anthony Fasano , TE - Notre Dame

3.88 Jesse Mahelona , DT - Tennessee

Cincinnati Bengals

1.24 Donte Whitner , SS - Ohio State

2.55 Joe Klopfenstein , TE - Colorado

3.91 Stanley McClover , DE - Auburn

Cleveland Browns

1.12 Haloti Ngata , DT - Oregon

2.43 Roger McIntosh , OLB - Miami

3.78 Ray Edwards , DE - Purdue

Dallas Cowboys

1.18 Manny Lawson , DE - North Carolina State

2.49 Ko Simpson , FS - South Carolina

3.80 Demetrius Williams , WR - Oregon

Denver Broncos

1.15 Santonio Holmes , WR - Ohio State

2.37 Mathias Kiwanuka , DE - Boston College

2.61 Maurice Drew , RB - UCLA

3.68 Darnell Bing , SS - Southern Cal

Detroit Lions

1.9 Michael Huff , FS - Texas

2.40 Abdul Hodge , ILB - Iowa

3.74 Andrew Whitworth , OT - LSU

Green Bay Packers

1.5 A.J. Hawk , OLB - Ohio State

2.36 Sinorice Moss , WR - Miami

3.67 Fred Matua , OG - USC

Houston Texans

1.1 Reggie Bush , RB - Southern Cal

2.33 Eric Winston , OT - Miami

3.65 Daniel Bullocks , SS - Nebraska

3.66 Darryl Tapp , DE - Virginia Tech

Indianapolis Colts

1.30 Laurence Maroney , RB - Minnesota

2.62 Davin Joseph , OG - Oklahoma

3.94 Rodrique Wright , DT - Texas

Jacksonville Jaguars

1.28 DeMeco Ryans , OLB - Alabama

2.60 Joseph Addai , RB - LSU

3.92 Chris Gocong , DE - Cal Poly

Kansas City Chiefs

1.20 Jimmy Williams , DB - Virginia Tech

2.54 Claude Wroten , DT - LSU

3.85 Elvis Dumervil , DE - Louisville

Miami Dolphins

1.16 Chad Jackson , WR - Florida

3.82 Greg Blue , SS - Georgia

Minnesota Vikings

1.17 DeAngelo Williams , RB - Memphis

2.48 Jon Alston , OLB - Stanford

2.51 Max Jean-Gilles , OG - Georgia

3.83 Omar Jacobs , QB - Bowling Green

3.95 David Pittman , DB - Northwestern State

New England Patriots

1.21 Richard Marshall , DB - Fresno State

2.52 Maurice Stovall , WR - Notre Dame

3.75 Brian Calhoun , RB - Wisconsin

3.86 Spencer Havner , ILB - UCLA

New Orleans Saints

1.2 Mario Williams , DE - North Carolina State

2.34 Daryn Colledge , OG - Boise State

New York Giants

1.25 Gabriel Watson , DT - Michigan

2.56 Martin Nance , WR - Miami (OH)

3.87 A.J. Nicholson , OLB - Florida State

New York Jets

1.4 D'Brickashaw Ferguson , OT - Virginia

1.29 Bobby Carpenter , OLB - Ohio State

2.35 Marcus McNeill , OT - Auburn

3.71 Charlie Whitehurst , QB - Clemson

3.97 Greg Eslinger , OC - Minnesota

Oakland Raiders

1.7 Matt Leinart , QB - Southern Cal

2.38 Thomas Howard , OLB - UTEP

3.69 Pat Watkins , FS - Florida State

Philadelphia Eagles

1.14 Chad Greenway , OLB - Iowa

2.45 Tamba Hali , DE - Penn State

3.76 Jonathan Lewis , NT - Virginia Tech

Pittsburgh Steelers

1.32 Jason Allen , FS - Tennessee

2.64 Nick Mangold , OC - Ohio State

3.96 Reggie McNeal , QB - Texas A&M

San Diego Chargers

1.19 Tye Hill , DB - Clemson

2.50 D'Qwell Jackson , ILB - Maryland

3.81 Jeremy Trueblood , OT - Boston College

San Fransico 49ers

1.6 Vernon Davis , TE - Maryland

1.22 Kamerion Wimbley , DE - Florida State

3.84 Derek Hagan , WR - Arizona State

Seattle Seahawks

1.31 Kelly Jennings , DB - Miami

2.63 Mark Anderson , DE - Alabama

St. Louis Rams

1.11 Ernie Sims , OLB - Florida State

2.46 Dominique Byrd , TE - Southern Cal

3.77 Demario Minter , DB - Georgia

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1.23 Johnathan Joseph , DB - South Carolina

2.59 Ryan O'Callaghan , OT - California

3.90 Alan Zemaitis , DB - Penn State

Tennessee Titans

1.3 Vince Young , QB - Texas

2.39 Ashton Youboty , DB - Ohio State

Washington Redskins

2.53 Terna Nande , OLB - Miami (OH)
I like breaking it down like this.Teams that are coming out way ahead are the Panthers, Browns, Broncos, Lions, Texans, Colts, Vikings and Eagles. (Broncos would be doing flips.)

As a rams fan I'm happy with these picks (I really think Byrd could be gotten in the third though.

I really could see the Rams trading their first round pick back to Minn. to get Cutler and then trading back with Indy if Williams is still on the board. Then the Rams could get Greenway which is a linebacker that would fit their scheme great or get Pope a huge TE to stretch the field. ( I think Greenway falls on draft day, just a gut feeling)

Teams coming out bad in this mock are the Raiders, Giants, Bucs and Titans.

The only reason why I put the Titans up there is cause is they draft Young, Fischer will probably never get to see him play a down.

Good mock overall though

 

matuski

Footballguy
Good Job.

I would personally hope Detroit tries other options... but I wouldn't be unhappy with this.

 
Andy,

  You have the Pack drafting a munchkin in round 2.   The new regime talks like they'd cut Steve Smith if he was on the team and replace him with Rod Gardner.  While WR is definately I need, I think they'd pass on Moss and address the secondary or interior OL there.  IMO.
I guess I can't think down to the Packers level.I call that the "we have no choice" pick. There's nobody left to play receiver in GB.

Oh wait. They did acquire Mark Boerigter.

That may be a good place for Mangold to be selected.
I wouldn't be surprised if Maurice Stovall is their pick.
 

Blackjacks

Footballguy
Teams coming out bad in this mock are the Raiders, Giants, Bucs and Titans.
I'm interested in why you feel that way.
The Raiders need alot on defense and I, not being a raiders fan, think they need to address the D with their early pick or trade down. I think Andrew Walter is a great prospect and might be better than Leinart for that offense. Leinart doesn't have an extremly strong arm and all Oakland wants to do for the next couple years is throw the ball deep. In my oinion it's not a good fit. Howard is a nice LB from what I've read (never seen him play) and a ss is a spot they need help with. I just feel with a bad team like the Raiders they need impact help instead of getting projects.The Giants draft an underachieving DT in the first, a wr way to early in the second and a LB after they just paid Lavar alot of cash in the third. I just don't ssee them helping thier starting team.

The Bucs I might take back my statement alittle. I did see Joseph play a couple of times and he was a nice player. The kid from Cal is said be going alittle later.

I already stated why I didn't like Tenn.

 

Chaos Commish

Footballguy
Round 1

1.1 Houston Texans - Reggie Bush, RB - Southern Cal

1.2 New Orleans Saints - Mario Williams, DE - North Carolina State

1.3 Tennessee Titans - Vince Young, QB - Texas

1.4 New York Jets - D'Brickashaw Ferguson, OT - Virginia

1.5 Green Bay Packers - A.J. Hawk, OLB - Ohio State

1.6 San Fransico 49ers - Vernon Davis, TE - Maryland

1.7 Oakland Raiders - Matt Leinart, QB - Southern Cal

1.8 Buffalo Bills - Brodrick Bunkley, DT - Florida State

1.9 Detroit Lions - Michael Huff, FS - Texas

1.10 Arizona Cardinals - Jay Cutler, QB - Vanderbilt

1.11 St. Louis Rams - Ernie Sims, OLB - Florida State

1.12 Cleveland Browns - Haloti Ngata, DT - Oregon

1.13 Baltimore Ravens - Winston Justice, OT - Southern Cal

1.14 Philadelphia Eagles - Chad Greenway, OLB - Iowa

1.15 Denver Broncos - Santonio Holmes, WR - Ohio State

1.16 Miami Dolphins - Chad Jackson, WR - Florida

1.17 Minnesota Vikings - DeAngelo Williams, RB - Memphis

1.18 Dallas Cowboys - Manny Lawson, DE - North Carolina State

1.19 San Diego Chargers - Tye Hill, DB - Clemson

1.20 Kansas City Chiefs - Jimmy Williams, DB - Virginia Tech

1.21 New England Patriots - Richard Marshall, DB - Fresno State

1.22 San Fransico 49ers - Kamerion Wimbley, DE - Florida State

1.23 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Johnathan Joseph, DB - South Carolina

1.24 Cincinnati Bengals - Donte Whitner, SS - Ohio State

1.25 New York Giants - Gabriel Watson, DT - Michigan

1.26 Chicago Bears - Antonio Cromartie, DB - Florida State

1.27 Carolina Panthers - LenDale White, RB - Southern Cal

1.28 Jacksonville Jaguars - DeMeco Ryans, OLB - Alabama

1.29 New York Jets - Bobby Carpenter, OLB - Ohio State

1.30 Indianapolis Colts - Laurence Maroney, RB - Minnesota

1.31 Seattle Seahawks - Kelly Jennings, DB - Miami

1.32 Pittsburgh Steelers - Jason Allen, FS - Tennessee
:thumbup: Interesting you did this at Ourlads and ignored their opinion of Richard Marshall. They're giving me second thoughts about him. :unsure:

This would be so much easier if the QBs were not allowed! :unsure:

I still think the WRs should fall, but I like this if they don't.

Nice rebound for Greenway. It seems likely given current reports. Still :unsure:

Cromartie higher than Joseph. Jennings higher than Joseph. Maybe both higher than Marshall.

I agree with the comment that this mock looks very up to date.

 

Andy Dufresne

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The Raiders need alot on defense and I, not being a raiders fan, think they need to address the D with their early pick or trade down. I think Andrew Walter is a great prospect and might be better than Leinart for that offense. Leinart doesn't have an extremly strong arm and all Oakland wants to do for the next couple years is throw the ball deep. In my oinion it's not a good fit. Howard is a nice LB from what I've read (never seen him play) and a ss is a spot they need help with. I just feel with a bad team like the Raiders they need impact help instead of getting projects.
People keep saying that the Raiders "just throw the ball deep". I think they're smart enough to play with the talent given them. Randy Moss is a good deep threat, but he also has a pretty good YAC average if I'm not mistaken.
The Giants draft an underachieving DT in the first, a wr way to early in the second and a LB after they just paid Lavar alot of cash in the third. I just don't ssee them helping thier starting team.
I think that Tom Coughlin could (using my best Vader voice) "Find new ways to motivate him" regarding Watson.Signing Arrington does not preclude taking a LB.

I think Plaxico is overrated and Tim Carter has proven nothing.

Those are my reasons, anyway. Thanks for the feedback. :thumbup:

 

Andy Dufresne

Footballguy
Interesting you did this at Ourlads and ignored their opinion of Richard Marshall.  They're giving me second thoughts about him.  :unsure:
I have second thoughts about Ourlads. Their mock has Haloti Ngata lasting until the 24th!!! pick, the Bengals and Jason Allen at #9 to the Lions. Further, they have the Broncos taking Davin Joseph, a guard, with their 1st rounder.I think that's :loco:

And why are sites projecting the Vikings to take a CB in the first? No chance given how much they're spending on Winfield and Smoot (who I expect to bounce back this year.)

 
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Gargoylez

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I hope Mangold drops to #64, but I sincerely doubt it....

also, I don't think McNeal is the preferred "slash" player of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Mangold has an outside chance of going first round. Not sure I buy he goes late 2nd, considering the over-all opinion on this guy was "best center to come out in a decade."New Orleans snatches him up early 2nd IMO.

 

brewer

Footballguy
Nice job as usual Andy,

If Rod Wright falls as you predict to even the middle of the 3rd round, I can see the Steelers trading up to get him. They certainly have the draft picks to give.

We'll all know come Saturday :thumbup:

 

Andy Dufresne

Footballguy
NICE NICE NICE :hats off:

please tell me more about:

DeAngelo Williams at 17. Youre the vikes homer...
The depth chart is currently:Chester Taylor

Mewelde Moore

Ciatrick Fason

Joe Echemandu

(Tony Richardson at fullback.)

That's doubleplus ungood.

I like Taylor but don't think he's the talent of a Williams. Plus they didn't break the bank for Taylor anyway.

Moore can't stay healthy and I view Fason as just a body.

 

scooper

Footballguy
Cincinnati Bengals1.24 Donte Whitner , SS - Ohio State2.55 Joe Klopfenstein , TE - Colorado3.91 Stanley McClover , DE - Auburn
I could live with this. I really like each of these prospects and each fills a need.However, with Cromartie still sitting on the board, I'd rather they took him. Dexter Jackson is not a long term answer at S, but he's probably longer term than Tory James at CB. I know he was a pro bowler two years ago, but he slowed a bit last year and now is a good time to groom a young guy with high upside. I like this mock. Very nice job overall.
 

Evilgrin 72

Distributor of Pain
I hope Mangold drops to #64, but I sincerely doubt it.
:shrug: I know. But I didn't see where else he would go.
also, I don't think McNeal is the preferred "slash" player of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Who do you think is?
Michael Robinson, PSU is getting more love.As for Mangold, Cinci is rumored to be interested in him in the first. I think they'd pull the trigger if he drops in Rd2.
I would disagree with that if true. Everything I've heard states that Robinson is way more cut out for RB than WR. Some are saying that about McNeal as well, but he has elite speed that would make him more of a vertical threat. I think McNeal is a better pick.
 

jurb26

Footballguy
Round 2

2.37 Denver Broncos - Mathias Kiwanuka, DE - Boston College

2.39 Tennessee Titans - Ashton Youboty, DB - Ohio State

2.40 Detroit Lions - Abdul Hodge, ILB - Iowa

2.41 Arizona Cardinals - Leonard Pope, TE - Georgia

2.42 Buffalo Bills - Jonathan Scott, OT - Texas

2.45 Philadelphia Eagles - Tamba Hali, DE - Penn State

2.50 San Diego Chargers - D'Qwell Jackson, ILB - Maryland

2.60 Jacksonville Jaguars - Joseph Addai, RB - LSU

2.64 Pittsburgh Steelers - Nick Mangold, OC - Ohio State

Round 3

3.66 Houston Texans - Darryl Tapp, DE - Virginia Tech

3.68 Denver Broncos - Darnell Bing, SS - Southern Cal

3.85 Kansas City Chiefs - Elvis Dumervil, DE - Louisville

3.87 New York Giants - A.J. Nicholson, OLB - Florida State

3.94 Indianapolis Colts - Rodrique Wright, DT - Texas

3.97 New York Jets - Greg Eslinger, OC - Minnesota
There looks to be some serious value in rounds 2 and 3 IMO!
 

brewer

Footballguy
I would disagree with that if true. Everything I've heard states that Robinson is way more cut out for RB than WR. Some are saying that about McNeal as well, but he has elite speed that would make him more of a vertical threat. I think McNeal is a better pick.
Wouldn't it be neat for just once that the Steelers actually drafted somebody who already knows how to play WR?
 

hobbes4

Footballguy
Interesting you did this at Ourlads and ignored their opinion of Richard Marshall.  They're giving me second thoughts about him.   :unsure:
I have second thoughts about Ourlads. Their mock has Haloti Ngata lasting until the 24th!!! pick, the Bengals and Jason Allen at #9 to the Lions. Further, they have the Broncos taking Davin Joseph, a guard, with their 1st rounder.I think that's :loco:

And why are sites projecting the Vikings to take a CB in the first? No chance given how much they're spending on Winfield and Smoot (who I expect to bounce back this year.)
Everywhere you look the Bills are taking Brodrick Bunkley, DT - Florida State.Paul Z on si has them grabbing Huff.

With them adding Triplett to presumably replace Adams wouldnt they look at backfield help or trade down for WR?

 

Sigmund Bloom

Footballguy
Staff member
Round 1

1.18 Dallas Cowboys - Manny Lawson, DE - North Carolina State

1.23 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Johnathan Joseph, DB - South Carolina
A few other comments: I see 18 being Carpenter or Wimbley, not Lawson.very intrigued by tampa going DB - could you say a little more on this one?

 

Evilgrin 72

Distributor of Pain
I would disagree with that if true.  Everything I've heard states that Robinson is way more cut out for RB than WR.  Some are saying that about McNeal as well, but he has elite speed that would make him more of a vertical threat.  I think McNeal is a better pick.
Wouldn't it be neat for just once that the Steelers actually drafted somebody who already knows how to play WR?
:lmao: Troy Edwards, Charles Johnson, Plaxico Burress

Hines Ward, Antwaan Randle-El, Kordell Stewart

Which group do you prefer ? :unsure:

I say stick with the hybrids....

 

Sigmund Bloom

Footballguy
Staff member
I think McNeal is a better pick.
he's a rarer physical talent, but just not steelers type of guy imo. I would expect Brad Smith or Robinson before McNeal. Remember McNeal still thinks he's going to be a QB in the NFL.
 

Andy Dufresne

Footballguy
Everywhere you look the Bills are taking Brodrick Bunkley, DT - Florida State.

Paul Z on si has them grabbing Huff.

With them adding Triplett to presumably replace Adams wouldnt they look at backfield help or trade down for WR?
Possibly. But a good push up the middle takes a lot of pressure off your defensive backfield.They were stupid to let Pat Williams go.

 

Evilgrin 72

Distributor of Pain
  I think McNeal is a better pick.
he's a rarer physical talent, but just not steelers type of guy imo. I would expect Brad Smith or Robinson before McNeal. Remember McNeal still thinks he's going to be a QB in the NFL.
I am just not high on Robinson and think McNeal would be a better El replacement.Brad Smith, I might like best of them all, though - wouldn't complain about him one bit.

 

Andy Dufresne

Footballguy
A few other comments: I see 18 being Carpenter or Wimbley, not Lawson.
:shrug: That works too. I'm going to enjoy going back and seeing how many I got right in terms of teams taking a partcular position at a particular spot.
very intrigued by tampa going DB - could you say a little more on this one?
They have no depth at the position and Kelly and Barber are 9 and 10 year veterans, respectively, so age is starting to creep into that defense. Joseph seemed BPA for that spot.
 

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