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  1. VJCPatriot

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    I'll congratulate the Pats GM for landing McCourty in Round 2. That is quite the feat. Moeaki also looks like he would have been a pretty good tight end for us. In his first year in KC he amassed over 500 yards receiving and 3 TDs.

    I was the mock draft GM for the Raiders in 2010.

    Here was my haul:
    1st round 8 Oakland-Eric Berry S Tennessee. The Raiders would not have been disappointed with Berry who emerged as a leader in the Chief's secondary with 92 tackles, 4 sacks, 9 PDs, and 4 INTs.
    2nd round 39 Oakland-Rodger Saffold OT Indiana. This tackle became an instant 16 game starter for the Saint Louis Rams, helping to protect Bradford's blindside.
    3rd round 69 Oakland-Lamar Houston DT Texas. Oakland coveted this player so much that they took him a round earlier in their actual draft. He justified their expectations with 39 tackles and 5 sacks in his rookie season.
    4th round 106 Oakland Raiders-Eric Norwood OLB South Carolina. Played in 15 games for the Panthers his rookie season with no starts. Totaling 13 tackles, 1 sack, and a forced fumble.
    7th round 215 Oakland-Clay Harbor FB Missouri. Converted to a TE for the Eagles and had a quiet year. Just 9 catches for 72 yards and a TD.
    7th round 251 Oakland-Alterraun Verner CB UCLA. Verner would have been the STEAL of the draft for the Raiders. In his rookie season with Tennessee he totaled 101 tackles, 1 forced fumble, 11 PDs, and 3 INTs.

    In short, except for Norwood and Harbor, this looks like an outstanding draft, picked by a football genius. ^_^ If we had been given the ability to trade, I might have been able to trade down and get even more value but for staying pat, I think I did pretty well with what I had to work with.

    Here was Oakland's actual haul:
    1st round 8 LB Rolando McClain. In his 1st season McClain had 85 tackles, a half sack, 6 pass deflections, and an INT. He seems well on his way to a promising career and helps shore up the Raiders defensive line.
    2nd round 44 DL Lamarr Houston. See above.
    3rd round 69 OT Jared Veldheer. Played in all 16 games for the Raiders, starting 11 of them.
    4th round 106 OT Bruce Campbell. Campbell played in 10 games but earned no starts for the Raiders in his rookie year.
    4th round 108 WR Jacoby Ford. Turned into a rather good pick for the speedster-obssessed Al Davis. Contributed immediately in the kick return and receiving game.
    5th round 138 CB Walter McFadden. Played sparingly in 4 games, totaling 5 tackles.
    6th round 190 LB Travis Goethal. Totaled 9 tackles in 8 games played.
    7th round 215 CB Jeremy Ware. Had 1 tackle in 8 games.
    7th round 251 S Stevie Brown. Had 30 tackles and 2 PDs in 15 games.

    The Raiders had a fairly good draft by their standards. It is clear that the jettisoning of Jamarcuss Russell and the infusion of new blood and talent from the 2010 draft is one reason why they finished with an 8-8 record this season.

    So how did you do in the draft compared to your team?

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    Here were the results of our mock draft game:

    Round ONE
    1 St. Louis-Sam Bradford QB Oklahoma
    2 Detroit-Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska
    3 Tampa Bay-Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma
    4 Washington-Jimmy Clausen QB Notre Dame
    5 Kansas City-Russell Okung OT Oklahoma State
    6 Seattle-Bryan Bulaga OT Iowa
    7 Cleveland-Joe Haden CB Florida
    8 Oakland-Eric Berry S Tennessee
    9 Buffalo-Trent Williams OT Oklahoma State
    10 Jacksonville-Jason Pierre-Paul DE South Florida
    11 Denver-Rolando McClain LB Alabama
    12 Miami-Sergio Kindle LB Texas
    13 San Francisco-Anthony Davis OT Rutgers
    14 Seattle-Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma State
    15 NY Giants-Dan Williams DT Tennessee
    16 Tennessee-Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech
    17 San Francisco-Earl Thomas S Texas
    18 Pittsburgh-C.J. Spiller RB Clemson
    19 Atlanta-Mike Iupati OG Idaho
    20 Houston-Ryan Matthews RB Fresno State
    21 Cincinnati-Taylor Mays S USC
    22 New England-Brandon Graham DE/LB Michigan
    23 Green Bay-Charles Brown OT USC
    24 Philadelphia-Sean Weatherspoon LB Missouri
    25 Baltimore-Rob Gronkowski TE Arizona
    26 Arizona-Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma
    27 Dallas-Bruce Campbell OT Maryland
    28 San Diego-Terrence Cody DT Alabama
    29 NY Jets-Golden Tate WR Notre Dame
    30 Minnesota-Kyle Wilson CB Boise State
    31 Indianapolis-Jared Veldheer OT Hillsdale
    32 New Orleans-Jared Odrick DE/DT Penn State

    Round TWO
    33 St. Louis-Everson Griffen DE USC
    34 Detroit-Maurkice Pouncey C/G Florida
    35 Tampa Bay-Corey Wootton DE NorthWestern
    36 Kansas City-Carlos Dunlap DE Florida
    37 Washington-Arrelious Benn WR Illinois
    38 Cleveland-Demaryius Thomas WR Georgia Tech
    39 Oakland-Rodger Saffold OT Indiana
    40 San Diego-Toby Gerhart RB Stanford
    41 Buffalo-Jerry Hughes DE/OLB TCU
    42 Tampa Bay-Brandon Lefell WR LSU
    43 Miami-Cam Thomas NT North Carolina
    44 New England-Devin McCourty CB Rutgers
    45 Denver-Brian Price DT UCLA
    46 NY Giants-Daryl Washington OLB TCU
    47 New England-Damian Williams WR USC
    48 Carolina-Tyson Alualu DT California
    49 San Francisco-Tim Tebow QB Florida
    50 Kansas City-Mardy Gilyard WR Cincinnati
    51 Houston-Kareem Jackson CB Alabama
    52 Pittsburgh-Vladimir Ducasse OT Massachusetts
    53 New England-Alex Carrington DE Arkansas St
    54 Cincinnati Bengals-Jahvid Best RB California
    55 Philadelphia Eagles-Patrick Robinson CB Florida State
    56 Green Bay Packers-Ricky Sapp DE/OLB Clemson
    57 Baltimore Ravens-Morgan Burnett S Georgia Tech
    58 Arizona Cardinals-Brandon Spikes ILB Florida
    59 Dallas Cowboys-Nate Allen S South Florida
    60 Seattle Seahawks-Chad Jones S LSU
    61 New York Jets-Chris Cook CB Virginia
    62 Minnesota Vikings-Colt McCoy QB Texas
    63 Indianapolis Colts-Jason Worilds DE Virginia Tech
    64 New Orleans Saints-Donald Butler OLB Washington


    Round THREE
    65 St. Louis-Navorro Bowman OLB Penn State
    66 Detroit-Anthony Dixon RB Miss. State
    67 Tampa Bay-Perrish Cox CB Okla. St.
    68 Kansas City-Jonathan Dwyer RB Georgia Tech
    69 Oakland-Lamar Houston DT Texas
    70 Philadelphia-Montario Hardesty RB Tennessee
    71 Cleveland-Arthur Jones DE Syracuse
    72 Buffalo-Linval Joseph NT/DE East Carolina
    73 Miami-Koa Misi OLB Utah
    74 Jacksonville-Matt Tenant G/C Boston College
    75 Chicago-Kyle Calloway OT Iowa
    76 NY Giants-Daniel Te'o-Nesheim DE Washington
    77 Tennessee-Brandon Ghee CB Wake Forest
    78 Carolina-Jacoby Ford WR Clemson
    79 San Francisco-Austen Lane DE Murray State
    80 Denver-Jon Asamoah OG Illinois
    81 Houston-Torrell Troup DT Central Florida
    82 Pittsburgh-Akwasi Owusu-Ansah CB Indiana
    83 Atlanta-Jermaine Cunningham DE Florida
    84 Cincinnati-Jimmy Graham TE Miami
    85 Cleveland-Reshad Jones S Georgia
    86 Green Bay-Dominique Franks CB Oklahoma
    87 Philadelphia-Major Wright S Florida
    88 Arizona-Greg Hardy DE Mississippi
    89 Arizona-Javier Arenas CB Alabama
    90 Dallas-Zane Beadles OG Utah
    91 San Diego-Dexter McCluster RB Mississippi
    92 Cleveland-Dan LeFevour QB Central Michigan
    93 Minnesota-Geno Atkins DT Georgia
    94 Indianapolis Colts-Sean Lee ILB Penn State
    95 New Orleans Saints-Eric Olsen C Notre Dame
    96 Cincinnati Bengals-Andre Roberts WR Citadel
    97 Tennessee Titans-Eric Decker WR Minnesota
    98 Atlanta Falcons-Jamar Chaney ILB Mississippi State

    Round FOUR
    99 St. Louis Rams-Carlton Mitchell WR South Florida
    100 Detroit Lions-Walter Thurmond CB Oregon
    101 Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Larry Asante S Nebraska
    102 Kansas City Chiefs-Myron Rolle S Florida State
    103 Washington Redskins-Tony Washington OT Abilene Christian
    104 Seattle Seahawks-Ben Tate RB Auburn
    105 Philadelphia Eagles-Kam Chancellor S Virginia Tech
    106 Oakland Raiders-Eric Norwood OLB South Carolina
    107 Buffalo Bills-John Skelton QB Fordham
    108 Jacksonville Jaguars-Riley Cooper WR Florida
    109 Chicago Bears-Kendrick Lewis S Mississippi
    110 Miami Dolphins-Dezmon Briscoe WR Kansas
    111 Tennessee Titans-Dekoda Watson OLB Florida State
    112 Carolina Panthers-Jason Fox OT Miami
    113 San Francisco 49ers-Micah Johnson ILB Kentucky
    114 Denver Broncos-Jordan Shipley WR Texas
    115 New York Giants-Jerome Murphy CB South Florida
    116 Pittsburgh Steelers-John Jerry OG Mississippi
    117 Atlanta Falcons-Taylor Price WR Ohio
    118 Houston Texans-Myron Lewis S Vanderbilt
    119 New England Patriots-Tony Moeaki TE Iowa
    120 Cincinnati Bengals-J.D. Walton C Baylor
    121 Philadelphia Eagles-Mike Johnson OG Alabama
    122 Green Bay Packers-Joe McKnight RB USC
    123 Arizona Cardinals-Thaddeus Gibson DE/OLB Ohio State
    124 New York Jets-C.J. Wilson DE East Carolina
    125 Dallas Cowboys-Marcus Easly WR UCONN
    126 San Diego Chargers-Patrick Stoudamire CB Western Illinois
    127 Seattle Seahawks-Mike Neal DT Purdue
    128 Minnesota Vikings-Darrell Stuckey S Kansas
    129 Indianapolis Colts-Aaron Hernandez TE Florida
    130 New Orleans Saints-Brandon Lang DE Troy
    131 Cincinnati Bengals Amari Spievey CB Iowa
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  2. VJCPatriot

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    Round FIVE
    132) Rams-Ed Dickson TE Oregon
    133) Lions-Nick Polk S Indiana
    134) Browns-Arthur Moats LB James Madison
    135) Redskins-Selvish Capers OT West Virginia
    136) Chiefs-Ciron Black OT LSU
    137) Eagles-Pat Angerer ILB Iowa
    138) Raiders-Tony Pike QB Cincinnati
    139) Seahawks-George Selvie DE South Florida
    140) Bills-Deji Karim RB Southern Illinois
    141) Bears-Brian Jackson CB Oklahoma
    142) Chiefs-Dennis Pitta TE BYU
    143) Jaguars-A.J. Edds OLB Iowa
    144) Chiefs-Donovan Warren CB/FS Michigan
    145) 49ers-Colin Peek TE Alabama
    146) Browns-Mitch Petrus OG Arkansas
    147) Giants-Ed Wang OT Virginia Tech
    148) Titans-A.J. Jefferson CB Fresno State
    149) Falcons-Anthony McCoy TE USC
    150) Texans-Jeff Byers C/G USC
    151) Steelers-Jeff Owens DT Georgia
    152) Bengals-O'Brien Schofield OLB Wisconsin
    153) Buccaneers-Legarrette Blount RB Oregon
    154) Packers-Kurt Coleman SS Ohio State
    155) Steelers-Jeremy Williams WR Tulane
    156) Ravens-Cameron Sheffield OLB Troy
    157) Ravens-Vince Oghobaase DT Duke
    158) Raiders-Brandon Carter OG Texas Tech
    159) Chargers-Michael Hoomanawanui TE Illinois
    160) Browns-Dorin Dickerson TE Pittsburgh
    161) Vikings-Sergio Render OG Virginia Tech
    162) Colts-Earl Mitchell DT Arizona
    163) Rams-T.J. Ward S Oregon
    164) Steelers-Perry Riley OLB LSU
    165) Falcons-Andre Anderson RB Tulane
    166) Steelers-Doug Worthington DE/DT Ohio State
    167) Vikings-Chris Brown RB Oklahoma
    168) Chargers-Jeromy Miles SS Massachusetts
    169) Packers-Roddrick Muckelroy OLB Texas

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    Round SIX
    1 (170) St. Louis-Charles Scott RB LSU
    2 (171) Atlanta-D'Anthony Smith DT Louisiana Tech
    3 (172) Tampa Bay-Marshall Newhouse OG TCU
    4 (173) Miami-Barry Church SS Toledo
    5 (174) Miami-Andre Dixon RB UCONN
    6 (175) Carolina-Jevon Snead QB Mississippi
    7 (176) Seattle-Jameson Konz FB/TE Kent State
    8 (177) Cleveland-Sherrick McManis CB Northwestern
    9 (178) Buffalo-Blair White WR Michigan St
    10 (179) Miami-Clifton Geathers DE South Carolina
    11 (180) Jacksonville-Armanti Edwards WR Appalachian State
    12 (181) Chicago-Shawn Lauvao OG Arizona State
    13 (182) San Francisco-Syd'Quan Thompson CB California
    14 (183) Denver-Theodore Larsen C North Carolina State
    15 (184) New York Giants-Phillip Dillard ILB Nebraska
    16 (185) Tennessee-Scott Sicko TE New Hampshire
    17 (186) Cleveland-Harry Coleman SS LSU
    18 (187) Houston-Antonio Coleman OLB Auburn
    19 (188) Pittsburgh-Josh Hull ILB Penn State
    20 (189) Atlanta-Lindsey Witten DE UCONN
    21 (190) New England-Corey Peters DL Kentucky
    22 (191) Cincinnati-Mike Williams WR Syracuse
    23 (192) Buffalo-Garrett Graham TE Wisconsin
    24 (193) Green Bay-Shelley Smith OG Colorado State
    25 (194) Baltimore-Boris Lee LB Troy
    26 (195) Arizona-Emanuel Sanders WR SMU
    27 (196) Dallas-David Reed WR Utah
    28 (197) Houston-John Estes C Hawaii
    29 (198) New York Jets-Al Woods DT LSU
    30 (199) Minnesota-Robert Johnson FS Utah
    31 (200) Philadelphia-Willie Young DE N.C. State
    32 (201) New Orleans-Lucien Antoine S Oklahoma State
    33 (202) Carolina-Jason Beauchamp OLB UNLV
    34 (203) Jacksonville-Nate Collins DT Virginia
    35 (204) Carolina-Trevard Lindley CB Kentucky
    36 (205) New England-Chris McCoy DE/OLB Middle Tennessee State
    37 (206) San Francisco-James Starks RB Buffalo
    38 (207) Tennessee-Kevin Matthews C Texas A&M

    Round SEVEN
    1(208) St. Louis-Kevin Thomas CB USC
    2(209) Buffalo-Mike Johnson ILB North Alabama
    3(210) Tampa Bay-Joe Pawelek ILB Baylor
    4(211) Washington-Shay Hodge WR Baylor
    5(212) Miami-Dennis Landolt OG Penn State
    6(213) Detroit-Shaunte Robinson DT Wake Forest
    7(214) Detroit-Rafael Priest CB TCU
    8(215) Oakland-Clay Harbor FB Missouri
    9(216) Buffalo-Scott Long WR Louisville
    10(217) Tampa Bay-Keenan Clayton OLB Oklahoma
    11(218) Chicago-David Gettis WR Baylor
    12(219) Miami-Kade Weston NT Georgia
    13(220) Denver-Kavell Conner OLB Clemson
    14(221) New York Giants-Kyle Williams WR Arizona State
    15(222) Tennessee-Sean Lissemore DT William & Mary
    16(223) Carolina-Joshua Moore CB Kansas State
    17(224) San Francisco-Trindon Holiday WR/KR LSU
    18(225) Pittsburgh-Zoltan Mesko P Michigan
    19(226) St. Louis-Brandon Deaderick DT Alabama
    20(227) Houston-Sam Young OT Notre Dame
    21(228) Cincinnati-Jay Ross DT East Carolina
    22(229) New England-Alex Daniels DE/OLB Cincinnati
    23(230) Green Bay-Matt Dodge P East Carolina
    24(231) New England-Manase Tongu FB BYU
    25(232) Tampa Bay-Jason Mastrud TE Kansas State
    26(233) Arizona-Rashawn Jackson FB Virginia
    27(234) Dallas-Chris Marinelli OT Stanford
    28(235) San Diego-Ekom Udofia DT Stanford
    29(236) New York Jets-Leigh Tiffin K Alabama
    30(237) Minnesota-Reggie Carter ILB UCLA
    31(238) Indianapolis-Ryan Reynolds ILB Oklahoma
    32(239) New Orleans-Max Hall QB BYU
    33(240) Indianapolis-Roderick Rollins CB Boston College
    34(241) Tennessee-Alex Joseph ILB Temple
    35(242) Pittsburgh-Nate Byham TE Pittsburgh
    36(243) Philadelphia-Dominique Harris SS Temple
    37(244) Philadelphia-Levi Brown QB Troy
    38(245) Seattle-Erik Cook OG New Mexico
    39(246) Indianapolis-Walter McFadden CB Auburn
    40(247) New England-Kevin Haslan OL Rutgers
    41(248) New England-Chris Campbell OL Eastern Illinois
    42(249) Carolina-Andrew Quarless TE Penn State
    43(250) New England-Damaso Munoz S Rutgers
    44(251) Oakland-Alterraun Verner CB UCLA
    45(252) Miami-Reggie Stephens OG Iowa State
    46(253) Tampa Bay-Freddie Barnes WR Bowling Green
    47(254) St. Louis-Chris Scott OT/OG Tennessee
    48(255) Detroit-Darryl Sharpton ILB Miami
    Last edited: Jan 22, 2011
  3. DaBruinz

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    I was the Tennessee GM. Here is the draft I made:

    16 Tennessee-Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech - Dressed for 4 games, Had 5 tackles 1.5 sacks. Spent the last 12 on IR.

    77 Tennessee-Brandon Ghee CB Wake Forest - played in 6 games for the Bengals before landing on the IR.

    97 Tennessee Titans-Eric Decker WR Minnesota - 6 Receptions for 106 yards and 1 fumble for the Broncos. Had 22 KRs for 556 yards and 2 fumbles and 9 special teams tackles.

    111 Tennessee Titans-Dekoda Watson OLB Florida State - played in 15 games with 1 start for Tampa. Had 30 tackles (25 solo) and 1 Pass Defensed.

    148) Titans-A.J. Jefferson CB Fresno State - Went Undrafted. Signed by the Cards to their Practice Squad. Played in only 2 games for them

    16 (185) Tennessee-Scott Sicko TE New Hampshire - went undrafted. Signed by the Cowboys. Was cut during training camp.

    38 (207) Tennessee-Kevin Matthews C Texas A&M Signed as a UDFA. Played in 3 games for them, starting 1.

    15(222) Tennessee-Sean Lissemore DT William & Mary - Drafted #234 by the Cowboys. Played in 2 games registering 3 tackles and .5 sacks. Ended the season on IR.

    34(241) Tennessee-Alex Joseph ILB Temple - played in 1 game for the 49ers, registering 1 tackle.


    Here is Tennessee's actual haul:
    16 - Derrick Morgan - DE - See above

    77 Damian Williams - WR - 16 catches for 219 yards and 4 STs tackles in 16 games

    97 Rennie Curran - LB Played in 9 games. Registered just 4 solo and 3 assisted tackles.

    104 Alterraun Verner - CB - In his rookie season with Tennessee he totaled 101 tackles, 1 forced fumble, 11 PDs, and 3 INTs. Clearly a steal for the Titans.

    148 Robert Johnson - CB - Did not dress for the Titans last year.

    176 Rusty Smith - QB - Saw time in 2 games including 1 start. Was 20/40 for 200 yards. Threw 4 interceptions and took a sack.

    207 - Myron Rolle - SS - Signed to the Titans PS. Did not dress.

    222 - Mark Mariani - WR - Kick and Punt return extraordinaire. 60 Kick returns for 1530 yards and 1 TD. 27 Punt Returns for 329 yards and 1 TD.

    241 - David Howard - DT - Cut by the Titans and signed by the Raiders to their PS.
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    Can`t win `em all! ;)
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    Here are the guys who were on my big board for the Pats last draft:

    Brandon Graham*
    Kareem Jackson/Kyle Wilson (McCourty might have been my 3rd choice)
    Roger Saffold (still stunned we didn't take him)
    Tyson Alualu/Torrell Troup
    Jason Worilds*
    Ben Tate/Toby Gerhart/Montario Hardesty (stunned we didn't take an RB)
    Damian Williams/Emmanuel Sanders/Andre Roberts/Antonio Brown (Price)
    Daniel Te'o-Nesheim (who I still think is actually Irish)* (Cunningham instead)
    Dennis Pitta and Andrew Quarless (Gronk and Hernandez)
    Mike Kafka (Zac Robinson)
    Matt Tennant
    Deji Karim
    Cody Grimm
    Jamar Chaney (Spikes)
    Dorin Dickerson (as an RB)
    Seyi Ajirotutu
    Blair White
    Keiland Williams (Pat Paschall)

    Yep. Total whiff. Unless I'd been mocking for the Eagles, in which case I hit on 6-7.
  6. VJCPatriot

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    Wow a lot of your guys were hit by the injury bug. At least you guessed the Titan's 1st round pick correctly. Who knows maybe Morgan will come back healthy and have a strong year in 2010. I remember a lot of draft posters coveting Morgan for the Pats that year. Decker wouldn't have been a bad pick for them. But as you noted they got some 7th round guy to come in and play that role pretty well. Minny's QB situation was pretty crappy so Decker still has a chance to possibly emerge. Playing GM isn't so easy. Some years you look brilliant and other years you look like you're wearing clown shoes. And if you're really unlucky, you look like you're the Jets. ^_^


    Out of those, Saffold and Alualu turned out to be the best picks. I bet the Colts regret not taking Saffold instead of Hughes.
    I misjudged Hughes but I would not have drafted him for the Colts. They already had Freeney and Mathis.
    Their OL and their DL needed the most help. They didn't address it.
    Hey but glad to see that the Colts neglecting their OL finally bit em in the ass.
    Looks like PM isn't Superman after all. He needs help.
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