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  • NYGibril28's THREE-ROUNDER

    RBs James Davis, Arian Foster, Darren McFadden, Steve Slaton, Jonathan Stewart
    WRs James Hardy, Darrius Heyward-Bey, DeSean Jackson, Malcolm Kelly, Brian Robiskie, Mario Urrutia
    TEs Martellus Bennett, Cornelius Ingram
    OTs Ryan Clady, Phil Loadholt
    Gs Duke Robinson
    DEs Calais Campbell, Vernon Gholston, Derrick Harvey
    LBs Marcus Freeman, Geno Hayes, Erin Henderson, James Laurinaitis, Jerod Mayo
    CBs Malcolm Jenkins, Justin King, Reggie Smith, Aqib Talib
    Ss Kenny Phillips

    ROUND 1

    1. Miami Dolphins

    So the Dolphins finally got a win. Now, they have to decide what to do with the number one overall pick. I think ideally, the Dolphins would like to trade down, but at this juncture in the season, Im not sure who would trade up to this spot. That being said, the best player in this draft is Darren McFadden. Glenn Dorsey may be a better help to the defense, but schematically, he just doesnt fit well. The Dolphins should take McFadden, and shop around Ronnie Brown. Seeing the impact Adrian Peterson has made this year for Minnesota, makes me think the Dolphins are going to find it very difficult to pass on McFadden.

    Selection: Darren McFadden, RB, Arkansas Razorbacks (Jr.)

    2. St. Louis Rams

    The Rams have a few options here. They were hit hard by injuries this year, but I think no injury was bigger than the one to Orlando Pace. Alex Barron is not the LT of the future, and while Jake Long has some doubters of his ability to play LT in the NFL, Im not one of them. Chris Long and Glenn Dorsey are options here but they cant afford to not have a LT if Pace retires or gets hurt again.

    Selection: Jake Long, OT, Michigan Wolverines

    3. New York Jets

    This is starting to become the A.J. Hawk pick of a couple years ago. Meaning that its almost a sure thing who this pick is going to be. Chris Long is the ideal 3-4 DE, and for a team that lacks that type of presence, hes a Jets fans dream pick. Couple that with an amazing work ethic, Long has a lot to love.

    Selection: Chris Long, DE, Virginia Cavaliers

    4. Atlanta Falcons

    This is where I really had to start thinking. There are 5 QBs who I consider 1st or 2nd round picks. Matt Ryan, Andre Woodson, Brian Brohm, Erik Ainge and Colt Brennan, with Joe Flacco on the outside looking in. With that logic, I think the Falcons can afford to pass on a QB here, as there will be some one worth taking in the early part of Round 2, or late Round 1 if they want to trade up. So, I look to the defense, where Glenn Dorsey would just be beastly next to Rod Coleman. Add that with Jamaal Anderson and John Abraham, this has the makings to be one scary front four.

    Selection: Glenn Dorsey, DT, Louisiana State Tigers

    5. New England Patriots (from SF)

    San Franciscos win over Cincinnati probably ended any chance of the Patriots getting Darren McFadden. While the Patriots may not have taken him at #2, it sure would be a scary thought. Meanhwile, now they are at 5, and its certainly justifiable to talk CB here. Malcolm Jenkins is a great prospect at CB. He and Asante Samuel would form a lethal combo if the Pats are able to retain Samuel this offseason.

    Selection: Malcolm Jenkins, CB, Ohio State Buckeyes (Jr.)

    6. Baltimore Ravens

    Kyle Boller is not the starter of the future. While Troy Smith certainly has a nice following, hes not going to be either. With Malcolm Jenkins off the board, the Ravens dont really have any options other than QB here. Matt Ryan has the best intangibles of all the Quarterbacks, and he certainly has the arm.

    Selection: Matt Ryan, QB, Boston College Eagles

    7. Kansas City Chiefs

    The Chiefs havent had a good year. They have a good defense, but there offense has held them back. For that to be improved, they need to improve their offensive line. Ryan Clady has DBrickashaw Ferguson type ability and he could really make an impact early on for the Chiefs.

    Selection: Ryan Clady, OT, Boise State Broncos (Jr.)

    8. Oakland Raiders

    Dont look now, but the Raiders are an improving team. A couple pieces on both sides of the ball and they are a legitimate contender. Sedrick Ellis would be a great addition to this defense, and hes almost as good of a prospect as Glenn Dorsey.

    Selection: Sedrick Ellis, DT, Southern California Trojans

    9. Cincinnati Bengals

    Who dey? THEY are at the bottom of the league. They need help defensively, and Kenny Phillips could make the biggest impact. Hes an Ed Reed type playmaker, and he would be a tremendous upgrade over Dexter Jackson.

    Selection: Kenny Phillips, S, Miami Hurricanes (Jr.)

    10. Chicago Bears

    Just when Rex Grossman was starting to make strides as a QB, he suffers a knee injury. They need to bring in another QB this offseason, and with the premier O-Line talent off the board, they have their choice of Brian Brohm or Andre Woodson. Brohm is more NFL ready, and thats what the Bears need.

    Selection: Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville Cardinals

    11. Arizona Cardinals

    The offense is a couple more pieces away on the offensive line, but the defense still needs some work. The hiring of Ken Whisenhunt made the move to the 3-4 defense a possibility, and as of right now, they dont have enough personnel to do that. Vernon Gholston is a great fit for that defense, and hes available here.

    Selection: Vernon Gholston, DE, Ohio State Buckeyes (Jr.)

    12. Denver Broncos

    The Broncos have some needs on the defensive side of the ball, and offensive line. With the system in Denver, OT isnt a need in Round 1, as you can find ZBS players anywhere. James Laurinaitis is available here, and he would enable D.J. Williams to move back to the outside.

    Selection: James Laurinaitis, LB, Ohio State Buckeyes (Jr.)

    13. Carolina Panthers

    With the depth at QB in the early rounds, the Panthers too can afford to look elsewhere with this pick. Travelle Wharton and Jordan Gross are both free agents this year, and I would bet that theyll lose at least one of them. Jeff Otah is a player Ive been hearing a lot about later, and hes impressed me in the games Ive seen him, albeit only a couple, but he seems to be rising up draft boards.

    Selection: Jeff Otah, OT, Pittsburgh Panthers

    14. Detroit Lions

    Otah going one pick ahead of them makes this pick a bit more difficult. You can find Cover 2 CBs anywhere, so I dont see CB here. DE is an option, and so is Phil Loadholt. Calais Campbell is still available, and I think he provides better value, but Loadholt fills a bigger need.

    Selection: Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma Sooners (Jr.)

    15. Philadelphia Eagles

    Yes, the Eagles have a need at WR. How often have we said that, and how often have they passed on one in the WR. As long as Andy Reid is in town, I dont see them ever taking a 1st round WR. They have bigger needs in the secondary. Lito Sheppard and Sheldon Brown are solid starters, but the both have a bit of an injury concern and there isnt a whole lot of depth behind them. Enter Antoine Cason. Cason has the best ball skills of anyone in this draft, and the only thing that could hurt him is his timed speed. If he runs a 4.5 or less, I think youll see him shoot up draft boards. Cason has the potential to play FS as well, and he could even be an eventual replacement for Brian Dawkins.

    Selection: Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona Wildcats

    16. New Orleans Saints

    The Saints need a LB and they have a few options here. One player I really like is Erin Henderson. Hes got great size, and athleticism. If he declares, he should be a first round pick.

    Selection: Erin Henderson, LB, Maryland Terrapins (Jr.)

    17. Buffalo Bills

    DeSean Jackson or Malcolm Kelly, its their choice. Jackson's game is too similar to Lee Evans for them to take him, so they have to look at Kelly here. Kelly can beat you deep, and over the middle. Hes much more of a complete receiver than Jackson.

    Selection: Malcolm Kelly, WR, Oklahoma Sooners (Jr.)

    18. Houston Texans

    Ahman Green and Ron Dayne are the two best Running Backs. Jonathan Stewart can change that. Stewart is also a good runner for the ZBS, as hes got good vision, size, and speed.

    Selection: Jonathan Stewart, RB, Oregon Ducks (Jr.)

    19. Washington Redskins

    They need a dominating presence on their defensive line. Calais Campbell has that type of potential and for them to get him here at 19 is a steal.

    Selection: Calais Campbell, DE, Miami Hurricanes (Jr.)

    20. Tennessee Titans

    Its no secret that the Titans need weapons on offense, despite the recent emergence of Justin Gage. There are a couple Tight Ends here that they could look at, but DeSean Jackson is just too intriguing of a player for them to pass up on.

    Selection: DeSean Jackson, WR, California Bears (Jr.)

    21. Minnesota Vikings

    With the improved play of Tavaris Jackson, and the team winning, I think theyll be passing on a 1st round QB this year. Now, there options include a Safety, and OT.
    Reggie Smith has the ability to play both CB and S, and that versatility makes him an attractive option over Sam Baker or Chris Williams.

    Selection: Reggie Smith, CB, Oklahoma Sooners (Jr.)

    22. Seattle Seahawks

    The Seahawks really dont have many glaring needs. Andre Woodson could even be an option, with Hasselbeck not exactly a young guy. However, with the best TE on the board in Martellus Bennett, I find it hard for them to pass on him.

    Selection: Martellus Bennett, TE, Texas A&M Aggies (Jr.)

    23. Dallas Cowboys (from CLE)

    Terrence Newman and Anthony Henry are solid starters, no one will argue that, but they dont have much for depth, so if either were to be injured again like they were earlier in the year they could be a in some trouble again.

    Selection: Mike Jenkins, CB, South Florida Bulls

    24. Pittsburgh Steelers

    The Steelers have some holes on the offensive line potentially, but they also could use some help in the receiving game. That being said, the need for a lineman far outweighs the need for a WR, and Duke Robinson would fit well here.

    Selection: Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma Sooners (Jr.)

    25. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    While the Bucs could use some help at other areas, they could also use a future QB. Andre Woodson is available here, and its a pretty intriguing option, considering the depth at WR in the early part of this draft. He could learn behind Jeff Garcia, and be the eventual starter.

    Selection: Andre Woodson, QB, Kentucky Wildcats

    26. New York Giants

    Well as a Giants fan, I hate to see the Cornerbacks I consider 1st rounders off the board (Ma. Jenkins, Cason, Smith, Mi. Jenkins) I also am not a fan of taking a LB in Round 1 because of the depth in this draft. So, Im going to take a shot here and go with a pick thats a little different, and see what my fellow Giants fans think.

    Selection: James Hardy, WR, Indiana Hoosiers (Jr.)

    27. San Diego Chargers

    Well the Chargers could use some help on the offensive line, and with Sam Baker and Chris Williams on the board, they have their pick of the two.

    Selection: Sam Baker, OT, Southern California Trojans

    28. Jacksonville Jaguars

    The Jaguars could use some help at the end position, so why not bring in another Florida boy in Derrick Harvey. Would add the final piece to a very good front four.

    Selection: Derrick Harvey, Florida Gators (Jr.)

    29. Green Bay Packers

    Like the Giants, I dont like an CB here in Round 1, except for maybe Aqib Talib. That being said, the Packers dont have that many other needs, and it wouldnt be so bad to take Talib here, as a lot of people like him as a 1st rounder, Im just not one of them.

    Selection: Aqib Talib, CB, Kansas Jayhawks (Jr.)

    30. San Francisco 49ers (from IND)

    The 49ers need weapons for Alex Smith if hes ever going to improve, but they also need a defense. Dre Moore is a perfect fit for the 49ers 3-4 defense, and they have another pick shortly they can use to address the offense.

    Selection: Dre Moore, DT, Maryland Terrapins

    31. Dallas Cowboys

    I never know what to give Dallas. I do all this research, and no matter what I feel comfortable with, their fans dont usually like it. Mike Jenkins was a great pick at 23, Im sure of that, but here, they have a lot of options.

    Selection: Chris Williams, OT, Vanderbilt Commadores

    32. New England Patriots - Forfeited by penalty of the NFL

    ROUND 2

    33. Miami Dolphins Quentin Groves, LB, Auburn Tigers

    34. New York Jets Gosder Cherilus, OT, Boston College Eagles

    35. Atlanta Falcons Colt Brennan, QB, Hawaii Rainbows

    36. St. Louis Rams Keith Rivers, LB, Southern California

    37. Baltimore Ravens Terrell Thomas, CB, Southern California Trojans

    38. Kansas City Chiefs Leodis McKelvin, CB, Troy State Trojans

    39. Oakland Raiders Dan Connor, LB, Penn State Nittany Lions

    40. San Francisco 49ers Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland Terrapins (So.)

    41. Chicago Bears Carl Nicks, OT, Nebraska Cornhuskers

    42. Cincinnati Bengals Chris Ellis, DE, Virginia Tech Hokies

    43. Denver Broncos Kentwan Balmer, DT, North Carolina Trojans

    44. Carolina Panthers Erik Ainge, QB, Tennessee Volunteers

    45. Detroit Lions Jerod Mayo, LB, Tennessee Volunteers (Jr.)

    46. Philadelphia Eagles Brian Robiskie, WR, Ohio State Buckeyes (Jr.)

    47. Arizona Cardinals Justin King, CB, Penn State Nittany Lions (Jr.)

    48. Buffalo Bills Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, CB, Tennessee State Tigers

    49. Atlanta Falcons (from HOU) Oniel Cousins, OT, Texas-El Paso Miners

    50. Washington Redskins Adarius Bowman, WR, Oklahoma State Cowboys

    51. New Orleans Saints Geno Hayes, LB, Florida State Seminoles (Jr.)

    52. Minnesota Vikings Eric Young, OL, Tennessee Volunteers

    53. Tennessee Titans Lawrence Jackson, DE, Southern California Trojans

    54. Cleveland Browns Red Bryant, DT, Texas A&M Aggies

    55. Pittsburgh Steelers - Beau Bell, LB, UNLV Runnin Rebels

    56. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tracy Porter, CB, Indiana Hoosiers

    57. New York Giants Trae Williams, CB, South Florida Bulls

    58. Miami Dolphins (from SD) Demario Pressley, DT, North Carolina State Wolfpack

    59. Seattle Seahawks James Davis, RB, Clemson Tigers (Jr.)

    60. Jacksonville Jaguars Simeon Castille, DB, Alabama Crimson Tide

    61. Indianapolis Colts Steve Slaton, RB, West Virginia Mountaineers (Jr.)

    62. Dallas Cowboys Early Doucet, WR, Louisiana State Tigers

    63. Green Bay Packers Roy Scheuning, G, Oregon State Beavers

    64. New England Patriots Jonathan Goff, LB, Vanderbilt Commadores

    ROUND 3

    65. Miami Dolphins Charles Godfrey, CB, Iowa Hawkeyes

    66. Atlanta Falcons Tony Hills, OT, Texas Longhorns

    67. St. Louis Rams Thomas DeCoud, S, California Bears

    68. New York Jets Josh Barrett, S, Arizona State Sun

    69. Kansas City Chiefs Lavelle Hawkins, WR, California

    70. New England Patriots (from OAK) Jamar Adams, S,
    Michigan Wolverines

    71. San Francisco 49ers Kendall Langford, DE, Hampton

    72. Buffalo Bills (from BAL) Xavier Adibi, LB, Virginia
    Tech Hokies

    73. Cincinnati Bengals Marcus Freeman, LB, Ohio State
    Buckeyes (Jr.)

    74. Chicago Bears Arian Foster, RB, Tennessee
    Volunteers (Jr.)

    75. Carolina Panthers Jonathan Hefney, DB, Tennessee

    76. Detroit Lions DeJuan Tribble, CB, Boston College Eagles

    77. Philadelphia Eagles Jason Jones, DE, Eastern
    Michigan Eagles

    78. Arizona Cardinals Steve Justice, C, Wake Forest
    Demon Deacons

    79. Minnesota Vikings (from DEN) Harry Douglas, WR,
    Louisville Cardinals

    80. Houston Texans Mike McGlynn, OT, Pittsburgh

    81. Washington Redskins Heath Benedict, OL, Newberry

    82. New Orleans Saints Frank Okam, DT, Texas

    83. Buffalo Bills Cornelius Ingram, TE, Florida Gators (Jr.)

    84. Tennessee Titans Martin Rucker, TE, Missouri Tigers

    85. Minnesota Vikings Fred Davis, TE, Southern
    California Trojans

    86. Pittsburgh Steelers Mario Urrutia, WR, Louisville
    Cardinals (Jr.)

    87. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

    88. New York Giants Philip Wheeler, LB, Georgia Tech
    Yellow Jackets

    89. Chicago Bears (from SD) Ali Highsmith, LB,
    Louisiana State Tigers

    90. Seattle Seahawks Wallace Gilberry, DE, Alabama
    Crimson Tide

    91. Cleveland Browns Shawn Crable, DE/LB, Michigan

    92. Jacksonville Jaguars Barry Richardson, OT, Clemson

    93. Dallas Cowboys Anthony Alridge, RB, Houston

    94. Green Bay Packers Ezra Butler, LB, Nevada Wolfpack

    95. Indianapolis Colts Dwight Lowery, CB, San Jose
    State Spartans

    96. New England Patriots Kirk Barton, OT, Ohio State Buckeyes


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  • #2
    For the Vikings i'd like Hills in the second and either Rucker or Davis in the third.


    • #3
      You already got Davis in the 3rd


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      • #4
        Originally posted by NYGibril28 View Post
        You already got Davis in the 3rd
        Damn my eyes, then well nice mock besides we don't really need a guard and Hills would;ve been better suited.


        • #5
          good Falcons draft.

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          Atlanta Falcons and NFL Draft Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report


          • #6
            I disagree with Scar. I don't see us picking two OT's in the first day, give us James Davis instead of Oniel in the 2nd, he is great value there.


            • #7
              the mike mcglynn pick makes sense, but i think the texans are going to be looking at BPA. thatd be ali highsmith or phillip wheeler. maybe dwight lowery since dunta robinson is probably gone for most of next year


              • #8
                That would be quite a duo for the Raiders with Ellis and Connor.


                • #9
                  Can Justice play guard?

                  If not give us someone else no need for another Center

                  but good mock overall


                  • #10
                    Wow, for your first round explanation of the Titans, you hit it right on the head. Gage has shown flashes of brilliance, as well as Roydell Williams. Next year, Givens will finally bounce back, but a true speedster is still needed, and that comes in the form of DeSean Jackson, which is a pick that I enjoy. In the second, you make a real BPA pick and its a very good one. With the possibility that Laboy and/or Odom will not be resigned. However, we do already have depth at the position, so it is possible that we look at another position on the line at DT, in which perhaps Starks doesn't cut it to be a full time starter. Perhaps DeMario Pressley from Lineman U. or Red Bryant would be the pick. The third makes this draft a B/B+ as Martin Rucker would make an impact and give Young a much needed option over the middle and in the flats

                    Originally posted by bearsfan_51
                    Show me your Wang, if you will.


                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Draft King View Post
                      I disagree with Scar. I don't see us picking two OT's in the first day, give us James Davis instead of Oniel in the 2nd, he is great value there.
                      that would be horrible. the problem isn't the RB spot it's the OL spots. and we can get a 2nd day guy who will be fine if we have a good OL.

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                      • #12
                        decent skins draft. not anything that excites me. in this scenario id rather have chris williams rd 1, lawrence jackson rd 2, and jordy nelson or ali highsmith in rd 3


                        • #13
                          1. (Kelly) = great pick
                          2. (Rodgers-Cromartie) = okay pick (I'd rather go with Charles Godfrey here)
                          3. (Adibi) = great pick
                          3. (Ingram) = good pick (I wouldn't mind Martin Rucker or Fred Davis here either)

                          Originally Posted by scottyboy
                          my lord...I cannot imagine such a world where I can mention Raymell Rice's thighs around a girl and not be the only one sexually aroused
                          But for everyone reading this in Buffalo and Cleveland and everywhere else, take solace in the following: As crazy as it sounds, you're lucky. Your Mount Everest experience is still ahead of you. It's waiting, and it's glorious.- Bill Simmons


                          • #14
                            New York Giants first priority should be Saftey. A WR may not be taken at all in this draft.


                            • #15
                              Originally posted by G-Men88 View Post
                              New York Giants first priority should be Saftey. A WR may not be taken at all in this draft.
                              As of right now, I'd say CB. Michael Johnson has played very well lately, if he can continue that the rest of the year, then I don't see safety as a 1st round need, especially in this draft.


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