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  • 7 Round Mock no trades

    OK criticism is welcomed. Yes i realize i left Clayborn out at the end of the draft through the draft so i did not feel like going back and changing 50 picks. I did not put too much thought into the 7th Round because i was tried at that point just gave BPA at that point.

    1.Carolina Panthers- QB Cam Newton Auburn
    2.Denver Broncos- DT Marcell Dareus
    3.Buffalo Bills- QB Blaine Gabbert Missouri
    4.Cincinnati Bengals- WR AJ Green Georgia
    5.Arizona Cardinals- CB Patrick Peterson LSU
    6.Cleveland Browns- DE J.J. Watt Wisconsin
    7.San Francisco 49ers- LB Von Miller Texas AM
    8.Tennessee Titans- DT Nick Fairley Auburn
    9.Dallas Cowboys- CB Prince Amukamara Nebraska
    10.Washington Redskins- QB Jake Locker Washington
    11.Houston Texans- LB Aldon Smith Missouri
    12.Minnesota Vikings- DE Da'Quan Bowers Clemson
    13.Detroit Lions- DE Robert Quinn North Carolina
    14.St Louis Rams- WR Julio Jones Alabama
    15.Miami Dolphins- RB Mark Ingram Alabma
    16.Jacksonville Jaguars- DE Ryan Kerrigan Purdue
    17.New England Patriots(f/OAK)- OT Tyron Smith USC
    18.San Diego Chargers- DE Cameron Jordan California
    19.New York Giants- OT Anthony Castonzo Boston College
    20.Tampa Bay Buccaneers- DE Justin Houston Georgia
    21.Kansas City Chiefs- DT Phil Taylor Baylor
    22.Indianapolis Colts- OG Mike Pouncey Florida
    23.Philadelphia Eagles- CB Jimmy Smith Colorado
    24.New Orleans Saints- DT Corey Liuget Illinois
    25.Seattle Seahawks- DT Muhammad Wilkerson Temple
    26.Baltimore Ravens- OT Gabe Carimi Wisconsin
    27.Atlanta Falcons- DE Cam Heyward Ohio State
    28.New England Patriots- LB Akeem Ayers UCLA
    29.Chicago Bears- OT Nate Solder Colorado
    30.New York Jets- WR Randall Cobb Kentucky
    31.Pittsburgh Steelers- CB Brandon Harris
    32.Green Bay Packers- DT Stephen Paea

    33.New England Patriots(f/CAR)- OG Danny Watkins Baylor
    34.Buffalo Bills- CB Aaron Williams Texas
    35.Cincinnati Bengals- QB Christian Ponder Florida State
    36.Denver Broncos- FS Rahim Moore UCLA
    37.Cleveland Browns- WR Torrey Smith Maryland
    38.Arizona Cardinals- TE Kyle Rudolph Notre Dame
    39.Tennessee Titans- QB Ryan Mallet Arkansas
    40.Dallas Cowboys- DT Jurrell Casey USC
    41.Washington Redskins- OLB Brooks Reed Arizona
    42.Houston Texans- CB Ras-I Dowling Virginia
    43.Minnesota Vikings- OT Orlando Franklin Miami
    44.Detroit Lions- RB Ryan Williams Virginia Tech
    45.San Francisco 49ers- WR Greg Little North Carolina
    46.Denver Broncos(f/MIA)- OT Ben Ijalana Villanova
    47.St Louis Rams- OG Clint Boling Georgia
    48.Oakland Raiders- OT Derek Sherrod Mississippi State
    49.Jacksonville Jaguars- WR Titus Young Boise State
    50.San Diego Chargers- OT Marcus Cannon TCU
    51.Tampa Bay Buccaneers- RB Mikel Leshoure Illinois
    52.New York Giants- DT Christian Ballard Iowa
    53.Indianapolis Colts- DT Terrell McClain South Florida
    54.Philadelphia Eagles- LB Bruce Carter North Carolina
    55.Kansas City Chiefs- WR Tandon Doss Indiana
    56.New Orleans Saints- DE Jabaal Sheard Pittsburgh
    57.Seattle Seahawks- QB Colin Kaepernick Nevada
    58.Baltimore Ravens- DE Allen Bailey Miami
    59.Atlanta Falcons- WR Jon Baldwin Pittsburgh
    60.New England Patriots- WR Leonard Hankerson Miami
    61.San Diego Chargers(f/NYJ)- LB Martez Wilson Illinois
    62.Chicago Bears- DT Marvin Austin North Carolina
    63.Pittsburgh Steelers- OG William Rackley Lehigh
    64.Green Bay Packers- RB Daniel Thomas Kansas State

    65.Carolina Panthers- WR Edmond Gates Abilene Christian
    66.Cincinnati Bengals- OG James Carpenter Alabama
    67.Denver Broncos- CB Johnny Patrick Louisville
    68.Buffalo Bills- LB Quan Sturdivant North Carolina
    69.Arizona Cardinals- OT Marcus Gilbert Florida
    70.Cleveland Browns- CB Curtis Brown Texas
    71.Dallas Cowboys- S Ahmad Black Florida
    72.New Orleans Saints(f/WAS)- RB Kendall Hunter Oklahoma State
    73.Houston Texans- WR Dwayne Harris East Carolina
    74.New England Patriots(f/MIN)- CB Brandon Burton Utah
    75.Detroit Lions- DT Jarvis Jenkins Clemson
    76.San Francisco 49ers- QB Andy Dalton TCU
    77.Tennessee Titans- OG Rodney Hudson Florida State
    78.St Louis Rams- TE Lance Kendricks Wisconsin
    79.Miami Dolphins- LB Colin McCarthy Miami
    80.Jacksonville Jaguars- CB Kendric Burney North Carolina
    81.Oakland Raiders- CB Chimdi Chekwa Ohio State
    82.San Diego Chargers- WR Jerrel Jernigan Troy
    83.New York Giants- LB Dontay Moch Nevada
    84.Tampa Bay Buccaneers- S Quinton Carter Oklahoma
    85.Philadelphia Eagles- RB Johnny White North Carolina
    86.Kansas City Chiefs- LB Chris Carter Fresno State
    87.Indianapolis Colts- WR Greg Salas Hawaii
    88.New Orleans Saints- S Jaiquawn Jarrett Temple
    89.San Diego Charger(f/SEA)- CB Marcus Gilchrist Clemson
    90.Baltimore Ravens- CB Brandon Hogan West Virginia
    91.Atlanta Falcons- RB Jacquizz Rodgers Oregon State
    92.New England Patriots- RB DeMarco Murray Oklahoma
    93.Chicago Bears- WR Vincent Brown San Diego State
    94.New York Jets- LB Jeremy Beal Oklahoma
    95.Pittsburgh Steelers- LB Kelvin Sheppard LSU
    96.Green Bay Packers- OT Daniel Ziemba Auburn
    97.Carolina(Comp)- DT Drake Nevis LSU

    98.Carolina Panthers- TE Luke Stocker Tennessee
    99.Seattle Seahawks(f/DEN/NE)- OT James Brewer Indiana
    100.Buffalo Bills- DT Lawrence Guy Arizona State
    101.Cincinnati Bengals- S Deandre McDaniel Clemson
    102.Cleveland Browns- DE Sam Acho Texas
    103.Arizona Cardinals- QB Ricky Stanzi Iowa
    104.Philadelphia Eagles(f/WAS)- OT Chris Hairston Clemson
    105.Houston Texans- DT Kenrick Ellis Hampton
    106.Minnesota Vikings- QB Tyrod Taylor Virginia Tech
    107.Detroit Lions- LB Casey Mattews Oregon
    108.San Francisco 49ers- RB Jordan Todman Connecticut
    109.Tennessee Titans- TE Virgil Green Nevada
    110.Dallas Cowboys- LB Akeem Dent Georgia
    111.Miami Dolphins- TE D.J. Williams Arkansas
    112.St Louis Rams- RB Dion Lewis Pittsburgh
    113.Oakland Raiders- LB Mason Foster Washington
    114.Jacksonville Jaguars- S Tyler Sash Iowa
    115.San Francisco 49ers(f/SD)- OG Andrew Jackson Fresno State
    116.Tampa Bay Buccaneers- CB Josh Thomas Buffalo
    117.New York Giants- RB Derrick Locke Kentucky
    118.Kansas City Chiefs- OT DeMarcus Love Arkansas
    119.Indianapolis Colts- S Eric Hagg Nebraska
    120.Philadelphia Eagles- WR Niles Paul Nebraska
    121.Jacksonville Jaguars(f/NO)- RB Shane Vereen California
    122.Buffalo Bills(f/SEA)- WR Ricardo Lockette Fort Valley State
    123.Baltimore Ravens- WR Jeremy Kerley TCU
    124.Atlanta Falcons- S Robert Sands West Virginia
    125.New England Patriots- LB Nate Irving North Carolina State
    126.New York Jets- LB Ross Homan Ohio State
    127.Chicago Bears- C Stefen Wisniewski Penn State
    128.Pittsburgh Steelers- OT Jah Reid Central Florida
    129.Green Bay Packers- CB Rashad Carmichael Virginia Tech
    130.Tennessee Titans(Comp)- DE Cliff Matthews South Carolina
    131.Green Bay Packers(Comp)- WR Austin Pettis Boise State

    132.Carolina Panthers- OG John Moffitt Wisconsin
    133.Buffalo Bills- TE Cameron Jordan USC
    134.Cincinnati Bengals- RB Delone Carter Syracuse
    135.Kansas City Chiefs(f/DEN/TB)- LB Greg Jones Michigan State
    136.Arizona Cardinals- WR Cecil Shorts Mount Union
    137.Cleveland Browns- DT Pernell McPhee Mississippi State
    138.Houston Texans- S Keo Shiloh Idaho
    139.Minnesota Vikings- LB KJ Wright Mississippi State
    140.Kansas City Chiefs(f/DET)- CB Buster Skrine Tennessee-Chattanooga
    141.San Francisco 49ers- CB Davon House New Mexico State
    142.Tennessee Titans- S Da'Norris Searcy North Carolina
    143.Dallas Cowboys- S Deunta Williams North Carolina
    144.Washington Redskins- OT Joseph Barksdale LSU
    145.St Louis Rams- DE Greg Romeus Pittsburgh
    146.Miami Dolphins- DE Ian Williams Notre Dame
    147.Jacksonville Jaguars- CB Shareece Wright USC
    148.Oakland Raiders- LB Bruce Miller Central Florida
    149.Philadelphia Eagles(f/SD)- LB Nick Bellore Central Michigan
    150.Minnesota Vikings(f/NYG)- TE Charles Clay Tulsa
    151.Tampa Bay Buccaneers- OT Jason Pinkston Pittsburgh
    152.Indianapolis Colts- RB Bilal Powell Louisville
    153.Philadelphia Eagles- CB Chris Culliver South Carolina
    154.Detroit Lions(f/KC)- WR Jamel Hamler Fresno State
    155.Washington Redskins(f/NO)- DL Karl Klug Iowa
    156.Seattle Seahawks- CB Chykie Brown Texas
    157.Seattle Seahawks(f/BAL)- WR Darvin Adams Auburn
    158.Atlanta Falcons- OG David Arkin Missouri State
    159.New England Patriots- DE Cedric Thornton Southern Arkansas
    160.Chicago Bears- RB Roy Helu Nebraska
    161.New York Jets- TE Robert Housler Florida Atlantic
    162.Pittsburgh Steelers- K Alex Henery Nebraska
    163.Green Bay Packers- LB Scott Lutrus Connecticut
    164.Baltimore Ravens(Comp)- LB Lawrence Wilson Connecticut
    165.Baltimore Ravens(Comp)- RB Stevan Ridley LSU

    166.Carolina Panthers- DE Pierre Allen Nebraska
    167.Cincinnati Bengals- LB Mark Herzlich Boston College
    168.Cleveland Browns(f/DEN)- OT Joshua Davis Georgia
    169.Buffalo Bills- RB John Clay Wisconsin
    170.Cleveland Browns- TE Weslye Saunders South Carolina
    171.Arizona Cardinals- LB Orie Lemon Oklahoma State
    172.Minnesota Vikings- QB Nathan Enderle Idaho
    173.Seattle Seahawks(f/DET)- DE Ryan Winterswyk Boise State
    174.San Francisco 49ers- DE Martin Parker Richmond
    175.Tennessee Titans- WR Terrence Toliver LSU
    176.Dallas Cowboys- K Kai Forbath UCLA
    177.Washington Redskins- WR Denarius Moore Tennessee
    178.Houston Texans- RB Graig Cooper Miami
    179.Miami Dolphins- CB Chris Rucker Michigan State
    180.Baltimore Ravens(f/STL)- WR Dane Sanzenbacher Ohio State
    181.Oakland Raiders- WR Ronald Johnson USC
    182.Jacksonville Jaguars- QB Pat Devlin Delaware
    183.San Diego Chargers- RB Anthony Sherman Connecticut
    184.Arizona Cardinals(f/TB/PHI)- RB Anthony Allen Georgia Tech
    185.New York Giants- TE Lee Smith Marshall
    186.Denver Broncos(f/PHI/DET)- FB Shaun Chapas Georgia
    187.Tampa Bay Buccaneers(f/KC)- OG Zach Hurd Connecticut
    188.Indianapolis Colts- LB Brian Rolle Ohio State
    189.Denver Broncos(f/NO/NE)- S Jeron Johnson Boise State
    190.San Francisco 49ers(f/SEA)- FB Owen Marecic Stanford
    191.Baltimore Ravens- CB Andrew McGee Oklahoma State
    192.Atlanta Falcons- TE Julius Thomas Portland State
    193.New England Patriots- CB Demarcus Van Dyke Miami
    194.New York Jets- RB Alex Green Hawaii
    195.Chicago Bears- WR Aldrick Robinson SMU
    196.Pittsburgh Steelers- OG Julian Vandervelde Iowa
    197.Green Bay Packers- OG Brandon Fusco Slippery Rock
    198.New York Giants(COMP)- WR Ryan Whalen Stanford
    199.Kansas City Chiefs(Comp)- TE Cameron Graham Louisville
    200.Minnesota Vikings(Comp)- OT Willie Smith East Carolina
    201.San Diego Chargers(Comp)- LB James Thomas West Virginia
    202.New York Giants(Comp)- LB Mike Mohamed California
    203.Carolina Panthers(Comp)- CB Devon Torrence Ohio State

    204.Green Bay Packers(f/CAR)- RB Noel Devine West Virginia
    205.Detroit Lions- DE D'Aundre Reed Arizona
    206.Buffalo Bills- TE Daniel Hardy Idaho
    207.Cincinnati Bengals- OT Jerriel King South Carolina
    208.New York Jets(f/ARI)- DE Sione Fua Stanford
    209.Seattle Seahawks(f/CLE)- CB Joe Lefeged Rutgers
    210.Atlanta Falcons(f/DET)- CB David Sims Iowa State
    211.San Francisco 49ers- LB Derrell Smith Syracuse
    212.Tennessee Titans- OG Keith Williams Arkansas
    213.Washington Redskins- RB Darren Evans Virginia Tech
    214.Houston Texans- LB Cheta Ozougwu Rice
    215.Minnesota vikings- C Alexander Linnenkohl Oregon State
    216.St Louis Rams- FB Stanley Havili USC
    217.Miami Dolphins- QB Greg McElroy Alabama
    218.Miami Dolphins(F/JAC)- WR Kealoha Pilares Hawaii
    219.Oakland Raiders- CB Justin Rodgers Richmond
    220.Dallas Cowboys(f/SD)- LB Ricky Elmore Arizona
    221.New York Giants- OT Carl Johnson Florida
    222.Tampa Bay Buccaneers- TE Schuylar Oordt Northern Iowa
    223.Kansas City Chiefs- DT Jerrell Powe Ole Miss
    224.Washington Redskins(f/IND)- CB Vance Cuff Georgia
    225.Baltimore Ravens(f/PHI)- S Jerrard Tarrant Georgia Tech
    226.New Orleans Saints- TE Charlie Gantt Michigan State
    227.Philadelphia Eagles(f/SEA)- OT Adam Grant Arizona
    228.St Louis Rams(f/BAL)- LB Douglas Hogue Syracuse
    229.Atlanta Falcons- WR Jean Lestar Florida Atlantic
    230.Atlanta Falcons(f/NE)- DT Chris Neild West Virginia
    231.San Francisco 49ers(f/NYJ/DET)- DE Brandon Bair Oregon
    232.Pittsburgh Steelers- CB Byron Maxwell Clemson
    233.Green Bay Packers- C Ryan Bartholomew Syracuse
    234.San Diego Chargers(Comp)- LB Kentrell Lockett Ole Miss
    235.Miami Dolphins(Comp)- RB Da'Rel Scott Maryland
    236.Minnesota Vikings(Comp)- S Will Hill Florida
    237.Philadelphia Eagles(comp)- OT Garrett Chisolm South Carolina
    238.Tampa Bay Buccaneers(comp)- OT Derek Newton Arkansas State
    239.San Francisco 49ers(comp)- S Kevin Rutland Missouri
    240.Philadelphia Eagles(comp)- LB Chris White Mississippi State
    241.Oakland Raiders(comp)- OG Steve Schilling Michigan
    242.Seattle Seahawks(comp)- DE Ugo Chinassa Oklahoma State
    243.New Orleans Saints(comp)- LB Greg Lloyd Connecticut
    244.Carolina Panthers(comp)- OG Justin Boren Ohio State
    245.Buffalo Bills(comp)- FB Henry Hynoski Pittsburgh
    246.Cincinnati Bengals(comp)- WR Armon Binns Cincinnati
    247.Denver Broncos(comp)- RB Jamie Harper Clemson
    248.Cleveland Browns(comp)- QB Taylor Yates North Carolina
    249.Arizona Cardinals(comp)- CB Richard Sherman Stanford
    250.San Francisco 49ers(comp)- LB Jonas Mouton Michigan
    251.Tennessee Titans(comp)- DT Sealver Siliga Utah
    252.Dallas Cowboys(comp)- CB Mario Butler Georgia Tech
    253.Washington Redskins(comp)- DT John Graves Virginia Tech
    254.Houston Texans(comp)- OG Jason Kelce Cincinnati

    Notable Players Not Drafted
    WR Terrance Turner Indiana
    C Kristofer O'Dowd USC
    QB Scott Tolzien Wisconsin
    WR DeAndre Brown Southern Miss
    DE Adrian Clayborn Iowa
    QB Jerrod Johnson Texas AM
    RB Taiwan Jones Eastern Washington
    RB Evan Royster Penn State


    RIP themaninblack

  • #2
    Bad Phins draft. Aside from Ingram, D.J. Williams, and Scott, the rest of the players you gave us would struggle to even make the team and you didn't even address the top need, interior lineman.

    sig by BoneKrusher

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Pat Sims 90 View Post
      7.San Francisco 49ers- LB Von Miller Texas AM
      45.San Francisco 49ers- WR Greg Little North Carolina
      76.San Francisco 49ers- QB Andy Dalton TCU
      108.San Francisco 49ers- RB Jordan Todman Connecticut
      115.San Francisco 49ers(f/SD)- OG Andrew Jackson Fresno State
      141.San Francisco 49ers- CB Davon House New Mexico State
      174.San Francisco 49ers- DE Martin Parker Richmond
      190.San Francisco 49ers(f/SEA)- FB Owen Marecic Stanford
      211.San Francisco 49ers- LB Derrell Smith Syracuse
      231.San Francisco 49ers(f/NYJ/DET)- DE Brandon Bair Oregon
      239.San Francisco 49ers(comp)- S Kevin Rutland Missouri
      250.San Francisco 49ers(comp)- LB Jonas Mouton Michigan
      My issues...

      1. Not sure about Little in the 2nd. Talent fits the spot but I'm uncertain as to how Harbaalke view him off-the-field, and also how much of a "need" they feel they have at WR.

      2. I don't think that Jordan Todman is the type of RB that they would take if they take one. Both Harbaugh and Baalke have expressed their liking for Anthony Dixon and Gore will never come off the field if he's healthy. I wouldn't be surprised if they took Virgil Green at that pick. They've brought him and two or three other TE's in for visits so I expect them to draft one. Probably will carry four TE's in 2011.

      3. House, Parker, Marecic, Bair and Rutland all fill needs with players of great value at their slots.

      4. Derrell Smith and Jonas Mouton? I'm not certain they will draft an ILB at all let alone two of them. If they do I would be hugely surprised. I expect Takeo Spikes to be back along with Patrick Willis, NaVorro Bowman, and Scott McKillop. Don't see them adding two more.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Pat Sims 90 View Post
        29.Chicago Bears- OT Nate Solder Colorado
        62.Chicago Bears- DT Marvin Austin North Carolina
        93.Chicago Bears- WR Vincent Brown San Diego State
        127.Chicago Bears- C Stefen Wisniewski Penn State
        160.Chicago Bears- RB Roy Helu Nebraska
        195.Chicago Bears- WR Aldrick Robinson SMU
        Other than the 1st round pick, I'd be very happy with this draft. Not a fan of Solder, especially for a team that needs OL help right away. I'd take Sherrod, Ijalana, and Franklin over Solder as I think they could play right away, even if the last 2 can't play LT.

        I don't think the double WR picks will happen, but you picked 2 I really like. People will complain that the Bears need a big WR, but Martz likes guys like these 2 who can run routes and are quick in the open field.

        Wisnewski in the 4th is a steal. Marvin Austin could be a steal too as 62.

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        • #5
          Not really bad saints picks but not good picks either.

          Ill run by them pick by pick:

          In the first you went Liuget who can only play UT which would force Ellis to NT in the long run which is a waste of his talents. Liuget cant kick outside for the occasional three man front either. With who you have left on the board Id go with Cam Heyward two could set an edge, support in the run game, get decent production against the pass and kick inside in the nickel.

          With the second round you went with sheard who is just a bit of a reach and a bit lightish for an end. Besides that there is really a slam dunk pick on the board with Martez Wilson who is great value and fits a need. Marvin Austin and Quan Sturdivant would also be picks id prefer to Sheard.

          With the first pick of the third round you went with Hunter, a pick I dont hate but I dont want the saints to pick a running back and just focus on D as long as value is there. Granted if a RB had to be chosen with the board as it is Hunter or Toddman would be the guy. However with the board as it is (regardless if you picked your two first picks or mine) Id want Cris Carter. With wlb locked up with my pick and with no value at it with your picks ( I HATE McCarthey as a prospect and think he isnt even draftable) SLB is the way to go and Carter fits what Greg Williams would look for in a slb.

          The second third rounder is where it gets tricky. I really do get the reasoning behind picking a safety but I dont like it. Harper will still be the starter in the upcoming years and looked bad mainly due to the absense of Jenkins. The combination of Sharper adn Harper was slowish but I dont want to spend another early draft pick on a secondary which is fine unless they have another rush of injuries. The question however is where to go. If you go by your picks the saints havent even picked a linebacker yet so that is easy: Kelvin Sheppard (to play slb). Going with my picks the place you would look first (and find great value) would be DT with Drake Nevis. He can play end in 3 man fronts and can be a great asset in a DT rotation and is a local kid.

          the two seventh rounders are pretty much guesses but Id pick an OG/C and a TE there probably.

          Overall none of your picks are shocking but I wouldnt like any of em and the potential for greatness is around with great value/need combination at every spot


          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

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Pat Sims 90 View Post
            21.Kansas City Chiefs- DT Phil Taylor Baylor
            Great pick

            55.Kansas City Chiefs- WR Tandon Doss Indiana
            don't know much about Doss but addressed a need so solid pick


            86.Kansas City Chiefs- LB Chris Carter Fresno State
            love this pick


            118.Kansas City Chiefs- OT DeMarcus Love Arkansas
            solid pick



            135.Kansas City Chiefs(f/DEN/TB)- LB Greg Jones Michigan State
            140.Kansas City Chiefs(f/DET)- CB Buster Skrine Tennessee-Chattanooga
            love the Greg Jones pick.secondary is a strength for KC.I'd go Helu or Ridley to take over for TJ as the compliment to Jamaal when he's gone


            199.Kansas City Chiefs(Comp)- TE Cameron Graham Louisville
            would prefer O'Dowd here since OC is a major need

            223.Kansas City Chiefs- DT Jerrell Powe Ole Miss

            Powe and Taylor = Happy T-Rich

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            • #7
              Bowers' knee scares me, would rather have Quinn, but I can see DE being the pick there.

              I think it's unlikely we come out of the first 2 rounds without a QB.


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              • #8
                I think you did pretty good considering we got Powe and Taylor. We also addressed a lot of our needs(except our center position...casey is probably going to play next year, I'd like someone to groom when he does retire. I'm not too sure about the tight end, we have a pretty good set. How realistic is it that Powe is down that far? I think he won't leave the third just based on potential. I know he has a learnin disability, but guys like Wilfork and Ngata aren't quoting shakespere down in the trenches.


                Basically, what T-rich said..
                Last edited by Hermstheman83; 04-03-2011, 01:43 PM.
                hate him back, it works for me.

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                • #9
                  why is adrian clayborn not drafted?

                  Sig by BoneKrusher
                  Matt Barkley will be the best QB to be selected in the Top 5 since Peyton Manning.

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                  • #10
                    13.Detroit Lions- DE Robert Quinn North Carolina
                    A+, really good pick.

                    44.Detroit Lions- RB Ryan Williams Virginia Tech
                    This is a secondary need and he has way too many question marks for the Lions to be drafting Williams this early. Marcus Cannon, Bruce Carter, Martez Wilson, and Curtis Brown would be better picks.

                    75.Detroit Lions- DT Jarvis Jenkins Clemson
                    Lions are 4 solid at DT and have more pressing needs. Jenkins isn't an upgrade over any of them. Dontay Moch, Jernigan, and Demarco Murray would be better picks here.

                    107.Detroit Lions- LB Casey Mattews Oregon
                    Decent pick, but I'd rather have Mason Foster here.

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                    • #11
                      Overall a very good draft for New England with one exception. Ayers is a really poor fit in BB's defense. I don't think they would draft hm.

                      Other than that it's pretty good. I might change the fifth round pick. Belichick, despite what some people seem to think, avoids the small college players. I wouldn't expect him to take a guy from Southern Arkansas there.
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                      • #12
                        Good Bears draft although I'd take Clayborn somewhere in there.

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                        • #13
                          Cobb seems like a reach in round 1, don't care for the pick. Under these circumstances, Paea might be better for the Jets.

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                          • #14
                            The chances that Denver takes two DBs is very slim. We need front-seven help more than anything. I think Denver fans have been very clear about that.

                            WELCOME REALITY

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                            • #15
                              I think I may stop watching football if the Colts pass on that many players at positions of need for total crap picks. Pouncey over Carimi is terrible as Pouncey won't convert to C, McClain over Carpenter or Hudson is also terrible as in your scenario, Carpenter is pretty much the last semi-quality LT prospect on the board at 53 and the Colts still desperately need one, and in my scenario, Hudson actually might convert to C, and Carpenter would make a nice bookend to Carimi, regardless of which end each of the 2 played. Salas over Jarrett also terrible, the Colts need a starting SS, and IMO Jarrett is one of the best fits there for the Colts in the draft, while Salas is a slower, smaller version of 3-4 WRs currently on the team. Hagg over Vereen also bad, Vereen is clearly major value in round 4, and the Colts should already have Jarrett anyway. Bilal Powell is not a terrible pick, but the Colts should already have Vereen, and Karl Klug seems like the type of guy the Colts like to bring in. Finally, the Colts don't need a LB, they'd be better off with Jeron Johnson or Derek Newton there IMO.


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