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  • Finally - The Full Seven Rounds

    Sorry - found out the draft order was all messed up. Gotta re-work it. dammit!!
    Last edited by fed36; 04-03-2011, 03:00 PM.

  • #2
    Originally posted by fed36 View Post
    New Orleans Saints
    24. Muhammad Wilkerson, DT Temple
    56. Jordan Todman, RB Connecticut
    72. Quan Sturdivant, OLB North Carolina
    88. KJ Wright, ILB Mississippi State
    226. Mario Butler, CB Georgia Tech
    242. Karl Klug, DE Iowa
    I really am quite okay wit this picks but its not a great mock. The pick im struggling with most is Jordan Todman. Im actually a big fan of Todman but its a reach at that point and the saints dont need a running back anyway. Change the first rounder to Heyward (better value & bigger need & Wilkerson is actually the wrong DT type, saints need more of a nose tackle guy) and more importantly change the Todman pick to Marvin Austin.

    Very good job on the 7 rounder though and its still a B- typ of saints mock which is pretyt decent.


    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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    • #3
      Todman is a huge reach. Given this scenario, I would take Wilkerson, Bruce Carter, Jerrel Jernigan (we need a KR) and then Greg Romeus to round out the first three rounds.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by wicket View Post
        I really am quite okay wit this picks but its not a great mock. The pick im struggling with most is Jordan Todman. Im actually a big fan of Todman but its a reach at that point and the saints dont need a running back anyway. Change the first rounder to Heyward (better value & bigger need & Wilkerson is actually the wrong DT type, saints need more of a nose tackle guy) and more importantly change the Todman pick to Marvin Austin.

        Very good job on the 7 rounder though and its still a B- typ of saints mock which is pretyt decent.
        Thanks....as a sidenote, since you are a saints fan, do you know how amazing the 24th pick in the draft has been over the last ten years.

        2010 Dez Bryant, WR Cowboys
        2009 Peria Jerry, DT Atlanta
        2008 Chris Johnson, RB Tennessee
        2007 Brandon Merriweather, S New England
        2006 Jonathan Joseph, DT Cincinnati
        2005 Aaron Rodgers, QB Green Bay
        2004 Steven Jackson, RB Rams
        2003 Dallas Clark, TE Indianapolis
        2002 Ed Reed, S Baltimore

        Recent trends are that no matter what player the saints pick...it has a good chance of being a really good pick.

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        • #5
          That's actually a pretty good draft for the Patriots but you might want to check on all the teams draft picks. For some reason you didn't give the Pats a fifth round pick, and then in round six you give them pick 189 when their pick is actually 193.

          Other than that it looks pretty good. Only thing I would change (other than giving them back their missing fifth round pick) is the ILB in round 6. They are pretty loaded at ILB so I don't expect them to draft any at that position.
          **
          2012 Patriots Anti-Draft

          1 - Anyone but Shea McClellin, Derek Wolfe, Peter Konz, Kendall Reyes, Harrison Smith, Whitney Mercilus or a RB

          2 Anyone but McClellin, Wolfe, Doug Martin or an OT

          3 Anyone but Wolfe

          **

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          • #6
            Aaron Williams easily in the 2nd. Overall pretty solid

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            • #7
              where did it go ha.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by fed36 View Post
                Thanks....as a sidenote, since you are a saints fan, do you know how amazing the 24th pick in the draft has been over the last ten years.

                2010 Dez Bryant, WR Cowboys
                2009 Peria Jerry, DT Atlanta
                2008 Chris Johnson, RB Tennessee
                2007 Brandon Merriweather, S New England
                2006 Jonathan Joseph, DT Cincinnati
                2005 Aaron Rodgers, QB Green Bay
                2004 Steven Jackson, RB Rams
                2003 Dallas Clark, TE Indianapolis
                2002 Ed Reed, S Baltimore

                Recent trends are that no matter what player the saints pick...it has a good chance of being a really good pick.
                WOW.....some damn good players on that list....
                No matter how bad a day I have, someone always has a worse day...

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                • #9
                  WOW. Hope the Browns trade down to 24

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