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  1. My2Cents

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    *3 team trade, involving KC, Tampa Bay and Denver:

    Denver surrenders Jay Cutler for the #3 overall pick.

    Tampa Bay acquires Cutler for their #19 and #50 picks
    this year, plus a #1 in 2010.

    The Chiefs pick up #19, #50 and the Bucs #1 in 2010.


    Round One

    1. Detroit – SSLB Aaron Curry, Wake Forest
    Curry separated himself from the pack with superior numbers.

    2. Saint Louis – LT Jason Smith, Baylor
    Flip a coin: Smith or Monroe. It simply matters who you ask.

    3. *Denver (from Kansas City) – QB Matthew Stafford, UGA
    If the other rumors pissed off Cutler, just wait until he sees this!

    4. Seattle – DE Brian Orakpo, Texas
    Mora’s first order of business is adding the premier pass rusher.

    5. Cleveland – DE/LB Everett Brown, Florida St
    Mangini has promised the fans a pass rusher and needs to deliver.

    6. Cincinnati – LT Eugene Monroe, Virginia
    Levi Jones has his bags packed, as Monroe moves into the lineup.

    7. Oakland – NG B.J. Raji, BC
    Even Al Davis couldn’t blow this pick. It’s Raji or a LT, easy.

    8. Jacksonville – OT/OG Andre Smith, Alabama
    Watch him run without a shirt and you’ll never look at hooters again.

    9. Green Bay – WR Michael Crabtree, TT
    It looks ridiculous now. But the rich just keep on getting richer.

    10. San Francisco – DE/OLB Aaron Maybin, PSU
    He’s a great sack artist but he’s just out there doing his own thing.

    11. Buffalo – DE/LB Clay Matthews, III, USC
    The hybrid 3-4 LB’s are tightly grouped together and will go fast.

    12. Denver – DE Robert Ayers, Tennessee
    The roster is loaded with DE’s but none that has the size to start.

    13. Washington – LT Michael Oher, Mississippi
    The Skins gamble on Oher’s upside to revive their aging OL.

    14. New Orleans – SSLB Brian Cushing, USC
    Vilma needs help on the outside and Cushing seems the best option.

    15. Houston – ILB Rey Maualuga, USC
    Demeco Ryans will move to SSLB and wreak havoc on opponents.

    16. San Diego – LT Eben Britton, Arizona
    The Chargers ignored a glaring hole at RT last season. Not again.

    17. NY Jets – RB Chris “Beanie” Wells, OSU
    After taking a hard look at McFadden in ’08, the Jets suck for Wells.

    18. Chicago – DE/LB Larry English, Northern Illinois
    Injury concerns will scare some but otherwise all he does is produce.

    19. *Kansas City (from Tampa Bay) – RB Knowshon Moreno, UGA
    Larry Johnson will be traded, and Moreno will star with Matt Cassel.

    20. Detroit (from Dallas) – QB Mark Sanchez, USC
    The Lions will roll the dice that Sanchez will be waiting for them.

    21. Philadelphia – DT Peria Jerry, Mississippi
    The Eagles like to rotate their linemen, and will add Jerry to the mix.

    22. Minnesota – DB Louis Delmas, Western Michigan
    Delmas is being compared to Bob Sanders and Michael Griffin.

    23. New England – DE/OLB Michael Johnson, Georgia Tech
    From over hyped to overly criticized, in a flash. Johnson is a steal.

    24. Atlanta – SS Eugene Chung, Oregon
    Lawyer Milloy is finished. Chung takes over the intimidator role.

    25. Miami – DE/LB Connor Barwin, Cincinnati
    Parcells is a collector of LB’s and finds an intriguing prospect in Barwin.

    26. Baltimore – WR Jeremy Maclin, Missouri
    Joe Flacco is going to need more weapons than what he now has.

    27. Indianapolis – WR/RB Percy Harvin, Florida
    Harvin seems like the most logical replacement for Marvin Harrison.

    28. Philadelphia (from Carolina) – CB Malcolm Jenkins, OSU
    Jenkins stock mirrors, OSU great, Chris Gamble (from top ten to 28th).

    29. NY Giants – TE Brandon Pettigrew, OSU
    The Shockey trade didn’t work out well for either team involved.

    30. Tennessee – CB/FS Sean Smith, Utah
    The size, speed and swagger to step in and dominate at the next level.

    31. Arizona – SSLB Clint Sintim, Virginia
    Karlos Dansby can’t do it alone. Sintim can really bring the heat.

    32. Pittsburgh – C Max Unger, Oregon
    Even the best and versatile Centers tend to get forgotten on draft day.


    Round Two

    33. Detroit – MLB James Laurinaitis, Ohio State
    The LB unit goes from the teams’ weakness to greatest strength.

    34. New England – CB Mike Mickens, Cincinnati
    If he can prove healthy, there isn’t a more dangerous CB in this draft.

    35. St. Louis – RB LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh
    Steven Jackson, consider this a fire under your cleaned out colon.

    36. Cleveland – DE/DT Tyson Jackson, LSU
    With Shaun Rogers itching to leave, Jackson is the obvious choice.

    37. Seattle – CB D.J. Moore, Vanderbilt
    His heart and mouth have been questioned, like a DeAngelo Hall.

    38. Cincinnati – DE Lawrence Sidbury, Richmond
    The Bengals miss “Godzilla.” But not anymore! This kid is sick!

    39. Jacksonville – DB Vontae Davis, Illinois
    Davis is at CB what his brother is at TE, if that tells you anything.

    40. Oakland – RT Jamon Meredith, SC
    A strong Combine coupled with the versatility to step in at LT.

    41. Green Bay – LB Zach Follett, Cal
    They don’t just hand out nicknames like the “Pain Train” for nothing.

    42. Buffalo – OL Andy Levitre, Oregon State
    1st round talent that can play anywhere along the line: Immediate help.

    43. San Francisco – OL Alex Mack, Cal
    His ability to play across the line makes him too difficult to pass up.

    44. Miami – CB Alphonso Smith, Wake Forest
    Teams remove prospects from their board at 5’-8”. Smith is close.

    45. NY Giants – LT William Beatty, UConn
    Draws penalties, indicating he struggles with speed, but good feet.

    46. Houston – QB Pat White, WVU
    Matt Schaub is obviously not the answer, so they’ll gamble on White.

    47. New England – FS David Bruton, Notre Dame
    Bruton’s superior athleticism gets him drafted over bigger names.

    48. Denver – CB Joe Burnett, UCF
    The guy I’ve been pushing is now called a day two bargain by Mayock.

    49. Chicago – WR Brian Robiskie, Ohio St
    Robiskie has done, at the very least, enough for round 2 considerations.

    50. *Kansas City (from Tampa Bay) – DE/LB David Veikune, Hawaii
    Veikune is a relentless beast who compares favorably to Travis Laboy.

    51. Dallas – WR Hakim Nicks, North Carolina
    Tony Romo may not need Roy Williams to pretend to be a #1, after all.

    52. Philadelphia – TE Shawn Nelson, Southern Miss
    Nelson has been called a WR in a TE’s body. A very hot prospect!

    53. NY Jets – QB Josh Freeman, Kansas State
    Pats envy continues for Jets: Freeman is a Tom Brady disciple.

    54. Minnesota – WR Darius Heyward-Bey, Maryland
    The Combine dust has settled. He’s still a burner, and still a 2nd rounder.

    55. Atlanta – TE James Casey, Rice
    Look for them to spend a high pick on a TE they can move around.

    56. Miami – WR Kenny Britt, Rutgers
    Britt would really make an intriguing red zone target for the Dolphins.

    57. Baltimore – CB Darius Butler, UConn
    For a team with problems in the secondary, Butler is a solid addition.

    58. New England – LB Tyrone McKenzie, USF
    If McKenzie is still on the board, the Pats will revisit this position.

    59. Carolina – DE/DT Jarron Gilbert, San Jose St
    Unusual athleticism may get him drafted earlier than he ought to be.

    60. NY Giants – RB Rashard Jennings, Liberty
    With Ward departing, the G-Men bring in another beast of an RB.

    61. Indianapolis – RB Shonn Greene, Iowa
    Greene has the consistency and toughness that they badly need.

    62. Tennessee – DT Fili Moala, USC
    To the Titans, he’ll be looking like a poor man’s Albert Haynesworth.

    63. Arizona – RB Donald Brown, UConn
    JJ Arrington is gone. The Edge is going. The Cards need another RB.

    64. Pittsburgh – OG Duke Robinson, Oklahoma
    The Steelers double up on “Big Uglies,” with potential domination.
     
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    this is probably the worst mock i have ever seen.

    But you are entitled to your opinion, even though it is so far from anything logical.
     
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    yeah i am sorry but mickens is projecter as a 3rd rounder some even say 4th andvonte davis is projected as the best corner. also if jackson is on the board at 34 even 23 we take him at de most boards have him going anywhere from 9th to 15th. sorry but i don't like this one that much
     
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    I think this pick is right on the money - 46. Houston – QB Pat White, WVU

    That puts White back with Slaton, those two were 1 game away from a wickedly un-expected national title game 2 years ago. Together they are a huge dynamic threat, and Slaton will push hard for them to draft White.
     
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    Why even bother to respond to this guy? His mocks are ridiculous and he's probably either being deliberately provocative or the stupidist guy on earth. I mean, everyone's allowed an opinion, but his drafts generally consist of taking all the 2nd day picks and making them 1st day picks. All of them so far haven't been worth 2 cents together.
     
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    Now let's now dump on the guy. He made a good strong effort.

    But we all know that good strong efforts sometimes do not bring good strong results.
     
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    Then, could you change the title to "My2Cents 2 Round Mock Draft" instead of "BEST EVER" since this draft makes John Clayton look like the next coming of Einstein?
     
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    Simon from American Idol? Is that you?
     
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    I guess if Detroit doesn't pick Stafford first, there will be a lot of speculations for the next two picks.
     
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    Mickens is an intriguing prospect and BB has gambled on injury prone players in the second round in the past. (Bethel, Wheatley, etc.)

    The rest ,however, is disappointing.
     
  11. The Hurricane

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    Last year in a two round mock you compiled the following statistics:

    2 picks correct team correct round: Jake Long and Matt Forte (3.17%)
    2 picks correct team wrong round: Sam Baker and Pat Sims (3.17%)
    4 picks correct team: see above (6.35%)
    27 picks off by at least 1 round: see below (42.86%)
    7 picks off by at least 2 rounds: see below (11.11%)
    2 picks off by 3 rounds: see below (3.17%)
    1 1st round pick not projected in either round: see below(3.23% of 1st round)

    8 projected 1st round picks not picked in the 1st round:
    Devin Thomas projected 11(1st round) picked 34 (2nd round)
    Dan Connor projected 16 (1st round) picked 74 (3rd round)
    Quentin Groves projected 17 (1st round) picked 52 (2nd round)
    DeSean Jackson projected 22 (1st round) picked 49 (2nd round)
    Phillip Merling projected 26 (1st round) picked 32 (2nd round)
    Trevor Laws projected 27 (1st round) picked 47 (2nd round)
    Reggie Smith projected 28 (1st round) picked 75 (3rd round)
    Limas Sweed projected 31 (1st round) picked 53 (2nd round)

    18 projected 2nd round picks not picked in the 2nd round:
    Joe Flacco projected 32 (2nd round) picked 18 (1st round)
    Kenny Phillips projected 33 (2nd round) picked 31 (1st round)
    Justin King projected 35 (2nd round) picked 101 (4th round)
    Sam Baker projected 37 (2nd round) picked 21 (1st round)
    Dustin Keller projected 40 (2nd round) picked 30 (1st round)
    DeJuan Morgan projected 42 (2nd round) picked 82 (3rd round)
    Chris Johnson projected 43 (2nd round) picked 24 (1st round)
    Pat Sims projected 46 (2nd round) picked 77 (3rd round)
    Aqib Talib projected 49 (2nd round) picked 20 (1st round)
    Roy Schuening projected 51 (2nd round) picked 157 (5th round)
    Kevin Smith projected 52 (2nd round) picked 64 (3rd round)
    Lawrence Jackson projected 54 (2nd round) picked 28 (1st round)
    Cliff Avril projected 57 (2nd round) picked 92 (3rd round)
    Phillip Wheeler projected 58 (2nd round) picked 93 (3rd round)
    Jaamal Charles projected 60 (2nd round) picked 73 (3rd round)
    Mario Manningham projected 61 (2nd round) picked 95 (3rd round)
    Marcus Howard projected 62 (2nd round) picked 161 (5th round)
    Quintin Demps projected 63 (2nd round) picked 117 (4th round)

    1 first round pick not projected in either round:
    Duane Brown not projected, picked 26 (1st round)

    needless to say you aren't very good at this.
     
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    I think he's a bit old and big to be drafted. :rolleyes:
     
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    Now that's going the extra mile to mock his mock.

    We will be waiting to see yours to compare.:rolleyes:
     
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    Bully.


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    I'll throw one together in the near future. We were going back and forth a decent amount about his mock last year, so I feel I earned the right to highlight just how wrong he really was.
     
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    This was a lot of work and thought. Thank you. I don't agree with the Pats picks other than you might be right about Johnson. He could be a Jason Taylor type if motivated. He is not my binkie but at that #23 choice he is probably where he should be on the board. One team clocked him at a 4.49 at his proday. He also does drop into coverage pretty well and is a kick blocker at 6' 7". I like the extra thoughts of the trades. They make these fun. I think there will be some as well. I agree with others that those second rounders you chose might be at least one round too high, but who knows?
    DW Toys
     
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    Last year was last year. I'm sure that no one remembers that I really liked Bobby Carpenter a couple of years ago.:rofl:
     
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    I have seen mocks from actual websites that are worse than this, however this reminds me of some pre-senior bowl mocks. There isn't any need to really make fun of this guy its just his try at a mock draft, effort is appreciated.
     
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    :rolleyes: **Ahem** I have available much greater and more recent failings to rub your nose in, still and all... :itsok:
     
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    Thanks for noticing.
     
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