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  • 2 Rounds 2 Trades & Free Agent signing


    St. Louis trades #1 overall to Tampa Bay for picks #3 & #35

    Houston trades picks #20 & #146 to Minnesota for picks #30 & #62

    First Round
    1) Tampa Bay Buccaneers via trade with STL – Ndamukong Suh, DT Nebraska
    Tampa Bay desperately needs help with their defense, especially the defensive line. The thought of remaining at three and losing out on Suh and McCoy is too agonizing to bear, so they pull the trigger with St. Louis who is looking to trade out of number one and pick up additional picks. Tampa trades #3 & #35 to St. Louis, and gets the best DT to come out in about a decade.

    2) Detroit Lions – Gerald McCoy, DT Oklahoma
    Detroit is in a fine position. They too covet one of these two elite defensive tackles, in Suh and McCoy, and are content with the fact that they are guaranteed one of them if they stay put. Detroit gladly snags McCoy.

    3) St. Louis Rams via trade with TB – Dez Bryant, WR Oklahoma State
    Since St. Louis signed Vick during the offseason they do not need to grab a QB this high and commit a large amount of guaranteed money to a rookie QB (probably the last year there will be such grotesquely large guaranteed money going to first round picks). They could go defense with a player like Berry as the Rams have many needs, but they decide to get Vick a new weapon for the offense.

    4) Washington Redskins – Russell Okung, OT Oklahoma State
    Normally Dan Snyder could not resist making the splashy pick and grabbing a QB like Clausen in this spot, but lucky for Redskins fans, I do believe Snyder will defer to the decisions of Allen/Shanahan, at least for this year. Allen and Shanahan know that no QB will survive behind that Skins line as is, especially if Samuels injury is career threatening. They make the smart pick and grab Okung – their LT for the next decade.

    5) Kansas City Chiefs – Eric Berry, S Tennessee
    Kansas City has a tough choice here between either McClain and Berry. There are very solid arguments for both, I simply pick Berry cause I believe his stock will rise after the combines, and McClain’s will drop.

    6) Seattle Seahawks – Joe Haden, CB Florida
    Seattle could go many ways here. They could grab a QB, either Clausen or Brafford, as Hasselbeck’s eventual replacement, but there is good chance one will be available with their second first round pick. It is a gamble but they take it. Their defense needs help with pass-rushers and in the secondary. Carroll could address the secondary by bringing his fellow Trojan, Mays, to Seattle, but in the end decides on Haden. Seattle grabs their shutdown cornerback, cause Warner may have retired but Fitzgerald hasn’t.

    7) Cleveland Browns – Anthony Davis, OT Rutgers
    Again, this is another very feasible spot for either Clausen or Bradford to go, but I believe they both will continue to drop farther. Neither is working out at the combine, plus the lower they drop the less guaranteed money going to the QB position. The safer pick to invest this guaranteed money (again probably the last year they will be this high) is in the offensive line. Selecting Anthony Davis and pairing him up with Joe Thomas will give Quinn or whatever QB is behind that line excellent protection and at least a fighting chance to be successful.

    8) Oakland Raiders – Bruce Campbell OT Maryland
    Trying to predict what the Raiders will do in a draft can make one’s brain bleed. Al Davis might go his normal route and draft solely on his love affair with speed and strength numbers, and could very well grab Jason Pierre-Paul here, but I think everything in the Raider's house of cards is built around the theory that JaMarcus Russell is not a bust. They, in their devout adherence to this theory, do draft some offensive line help, and it doesn’t hurt that Bruce Campbell’s workout numbers will probably get Al’s blood racing as well.

    9) Buffalo Bills – Rolando McClain, ILB Alabama
    Could grab an OT tackle here as well, but they can probably grab a decent OT in the second round. An inside LB like McClain being there, not a chance.

    10) Denver Broncos – Jason Pierre-Paul, DE South Florida
    Denver is really upset McClain just went the pick before them. Still focus on the defensive side of the ball and grab JPP

    11) Jacksonville Jaguars – Derrick Morgan, De Georgia Tech
    12) Miami Dolphins – Sergio Kindle, OLB Texas
    13) San Francisco 49ers – Bryan Bulaga, OT Iowa
    14) Seattle Seahawks – Jimmy Clausen, QB Notre Dame
    15) New York Giants – Trent Williams, OT Oklahoma
    16) Tennessee Titans – Carlos Dunlap, DE Florida
    17) San Francisco 49ers – Mike Iupati, OG Idaho
    18) Pittsburgh Steelers – Taylor Mays, S USC
    19) Atlanta Falcons – Sean Weatherspoon, OLB Missouri
    20) Minnesota Vikings via trade with HOU – Sam Bradford, QB Okalhoma
    21) Cincinnati Bengals – Jermaine Gresham, TE Oklahoma
    22) New England Patriots – Dan Williams, DT Tennessee
    23) Green Bay Packers – Kyle Wilson, CB Boise State
    24) Philadelphia Eagles – Earl Thomas, S Texas
    25) Baltimore Ravens – Arrelious Benn, WR Illinois
    26) Arizona Cardinals – Brandon Graham, DE/OLB Michigan
    27) Dallas Cowboys – Golden Tate, WR Notre Dame
    28) San Diego Chargers – CJ Spiller, RB Clemson
    29) New York Jets – Perrish Cox, CB Oklahoma State
    30) Houston Texans via trade with MIN – Brandon LaFell, WR LSU
    31) Indianapolis Colts – Jared Odrick, DT Penn State
    32) New Orleans Saints – Brian Price, DT UCLA

    Second Round
    33) St. Louis Rams – Everson Griffen, DE USC
    34) Detroit Lions – Patrick Robinson, CB Florida State
    35) St. Louis Rams via trade with TB – Jahvid Best, RB California
    36) Kansas City Chiefs – Terrence Cody, DT Alabama
    37) Washington Redskins – Colt McCoy, QB Texas
    38) Cleveland Browns – Tim Tebow, QB Florida
    39) Oakland Raiders – Rodger Saffold, OG Indiana
    40) Seattle Seahawks – Vladimir Ducasse, OT Massachusetts
    41) Buffalo Bills – Charles Brown, OT USC
    42) New England Patriots – Jerry Hughes, DE/OLB Texas Christian
    43) Miami Dolphins – Brandon Spikes, ILB Florida
    44) Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Greg Hardy, DE Ole Miss
    45) Denver Broncos – Maurkice Pouncey, C Florida
    46) New York Giants – Chad Jones, S LSU
    47) Carolina Panthers – Ricky Sapp, DE Clemson
    48) New England Patriots – Eric Norwood, OLB South Carolina
    49) San Francisco 49ers – Mardy Gilyard, WR Cincinnati
    50) Kansas City Chiefs – Daryl Washington, ILB Texas Christian
    51) Houston Texans – Jonathon Dwyer, RB Georgia Tech
    52) Pittsburgh Steelers – Dominique Franks, CB Oklahoma
    53) New England Patriots – Rob Gronkowski, TE Arizona
    54) Cincinnati Bengals – Demaryius Thomas, WR Georgia Tech
    55) Philadelphia Eagles – Corey Wooten, DE Northwestern
    56) Green Bay Packers – Jason Fox, OT Miami
    57) Baltimore Ravens – Kareem Jackson, CB Alabama
    58) Arizona Cardinals – Nate Allen, S South Florida
    59) Dallas Cowboys – Brandon Ghee, CB Wake Forest
    60) San Diego Chargers – Koa Misi, DE/OLB Utah
    61) New York Jets – Jermaine Cunningham, DE Florida
    62) Houston Texans via trade with MIN – Devin McCourty, CB Rutgers
    63) Indianapolis Colts – JD Walton, C Baylor
    64) New Orleans Saints – Aaron Hernandez, TE Florid

  • #2
    Nice Phins draft.

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


    • #3
      I would actually be totally down for #30 and #62 for Bradford. Nice.


      • #4
        Good Niners picks. No complaints.


        • #5
          please change the saints second rounder to novorro bowman, picking a TE makes little sense and bowman is both great need and value

          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


          • #6
            The Bengals are absolutely not drafting a tight end in the 1st round.


            • #7
              Originally posted by wicket View Post
              please change the saints second rounder to novorro bowman, picking a TE makes little sense and bowman is both great need and value
              What he said, and Vicks not a FA?


              • #8
                i hate repeating this to everyone, but norwood is not a fit in our system. he is way undersized to play rush backer for the pats

                Thanks to BoneKrusher for this amazing sig!

                Go Gators/Pats/Celts/Red Sox!


                • #9
                  LOVE it. perfect vikings mock.


                  Originally posted by JordanTaber
        's rocket surgery now, folks.


                  • #10
                    Jimmy Clausen falling that far? I doubt it, Trent Williams is not worth #15 and great 2nd round pick in Chad Jones


                    • #11
                      would prefer Ducasse or Pouncey over Cody


                      • #12
                        Originally posted by zachsaints52 View Post
                        What he said, and Vicks not a FA?
                        The eagles have not exorcised their option on VIck yet. If they do he is do 5 to 6 million this year. The Eagles could very well not pick up the option making a VIck a free agent.


                        • #13
                          Good job with the trades. Not a fan of the Williams pick since we just drafted Ron Brace, but if we lose Wilfork, then maybe.


                          • #14
                            Originally posted by T-RICH49 View Post
                            would prefer Ducasse or Pouncey over Cody
                            This. Berry and Washington are great picks, but give us either Ducasse or Pouncey in the second to help our interior OL and that is a very good draft for KC.

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


                            • #15
                              Love Oaklands draft.Especially the second round pick
                              Greg Gross @VittorioTafur Al Davis' scholarship program has died with him. With Hue, it's nothing personal, and nothing sentimental, either. It's gladiator school now. Perform or perish., period.



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