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  1. My2Cents

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    *Blockbuster trade: KC sends #3 and TE Tony Gonzalez to Philly
    for the Eagles #21, #28, and a conditional 2nd round pick in 2010.

    **Draft day trade: Skins swap #13 for the Bears 1st and 3rd.

    ***Draft day trade: Pats Matt Cassel to the Texans for #15.

    Round One

    1. Detroit – DE Brian Orakpo, Texas
    Jim Schwartz will see shades of “The Freak,” Jevon Kearse.

    2. Saint Louis – QB Matthew Stafford, UGA
    The Rams are trying to create a new identity. In steps Stafford.

    3. *Philadelphia (from KC) – RT/OG Andre Smith, Alabama
    Philly wanted Jeff Otah in 2008, and now find a better version.

    4. Seattle – DE Everett Brown, Florida St
    Jim Mora wants to add a premier pass rusher. That’s Brown.

    5. Cleveland – ILB Rey Maualuga, USC
    Maualuga paired with star D’Qwell Jackson is instant intensity.

    6. Cincinnati – WR Michael Crabtree, TT
    After sending out an S.O.S for a WR in 2008, he’s irresistible.

    7. Oakland – NG B.J. Raji, BC
    The fact that Raji was unblockable at the Senior Bowl is enough.

    8. Jacksonville – LT Eugene Monroe, Virginia
    With no clear top prospect at OT, it comes down to who fits where.

    9. Green Bay – LT Jason Smith, Baylor
    Scouts agree that Smith has the quickest feet of all the Tackles.

    10. San Francisco – LT Michael Oher, Mississippi
    Give ‘em a whip and a fire the size of his ass and he’ll be alright.

    11. Buffalo – SSLB Aaron Curry, Wake Forest
    The Bills will fall in love with Curry’s athleticism and versatility.

    12. Denver – DB Malcolm Jenkins, OSU
    The Broncos will be looking to add a playmaker in the secondary.

    13. **Chicago (from Washington) – DE Aaron Maybin, PSU
    With only 4 picks, the Skins’ #13 is in play: Maybin, the wildcard.

    14. New Orleans – CB/FS Sean Smith, Utah
    6’-3” shutdown CB: ex-WR/TB: 4.3 speed: film room junkie.

    15. ***New England (from Houston) – WR/RB Percy Harvin, Florida
    Belichick likes to ask: “What can this player do for us?” A: Everything!

    16. San Diego – MLB James Laurinaitis, Ohio State
    Should see his draft stock rebound leading up to the actual draft.

    17. NY Jets – DE Clay Matthews, III, USC
    Matthews will continue to play the “elephant” position in the 46D.

    18. *Washington (from Chicago) – C Alex Mack, Cal
    The Skins make a nice move down to grab the line’s new anchor.

    19. Tampa Bay – QB Mark Sanchez, USC
    The Bucs’ John Gruden finally gets a top QB…Oops! Sorry, John.

    20. Detroit (from Dallas) – SSLB Brian Cushing, USC
    The Lions want to upgrade their LB’s and strong side is the key.

    21. *Kansas City (from Philly) – QB Josh Freeman, Kansas State
    Pioli finds a Tom Brady disciple in the strong-armed Freeman.

    22. Minnesota – DE Robert Ayers, Tennessee
    A four star LB recruit who gave Michael Oher and Andre Smith fits.

    23. New England – CB Mike Mickens, Cincinnati
    Forget “measurables.” Mickens’ productivity is too great to ignore.

    24. Atlanta – FS Louis Delmas, Western Michigan
    Delmas is being compared to Bob Sanders and Michael Griffin.

    25. Miami – MLB Gerald McRath, Southern Miss
    McRath is highly productive and rightly called a “man among boys.”

    26. Baltimore – DB Vontae Davis, Illinois
    Davis could use some work but the raw talent is definitely there.

    27. Indianapolis – WR Jeremy Maclin, Missouri
    Maclin creates heavy pre-draft “top ten” buzz but this is realistic.

    28. *KC (from Philly through Carolina) – RB Shonn Greene, Iowa
    Greene has the consistency and toughness that they badly need.

    29. NY Giants – RB Chris “Beanie” Wells, OSU
    Unless Wells proves healthy and fast, he’ll tumble, and tumble far.

    30. Tennessee – DT Peria Jerry, Mississippi
    Whether or not they can keep Haynesworth, Jerry would be a lift.

    31. Arizona – RB Knowshon Moreno, UGA
    Nice effort down the stretch, but it’s all over now for “Edge.”

    32. Pittsburgh - CB Alphonso Smith, Wake Forest
    Size is a minor concern but he can create turnovers like few others.


    Round Two

    33. Detroit – DE Michael Johnson, Georgia Tech
    Expect the Lions to invest heavily in the DL position. It’s that bad!

    34. Kansas City – DE Paul Kruger, Utah
    He’s not Jared Allen but he’ll thrive alongside DT Glenn Dorsey.

    35. St. Louis – SS Eugene Chung, Oregon
    Chung would seem like an excellent replacement for Corey Chavous.

    36. Cleveland – RB LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh
    After passing on Wells in round 1, McCoy is waiting for them here.

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

    38. Cincinnati – C Max Unger, Oregon
    They are so desperate here that Alex Mack at #6 can’t be ruled out.

    39. Jacksonville – OG Duke Robinson, Oklahoma
    The Jags continue with their top priority: entirely rebuild the OL.

    40. Oakland – OT Eben Britton, Arizona
    After passing on a big body early, they find a capable 2nd tier OT.

    41. Green Bay – LB Zach Follett, Cal
    The Packers land a hell of a catch in the hard charging Follett.

    42. Buffalo – TE Brandon Pettigrew, Oklahoma State
    The Bills are looking for a “special” player at TE, and find one.

    43. San Francisco – DE/LB Larry English, Northern Illinois
    He has generated 1st round “buzz” but is smallish and an injury risk.

    44. Miami – DE/LB Lawrence Sidbury, Richmond
    This kid is sick! But at only 6’-2” he’ll need to move to OLB.

    45. NY Giants – DE/DT Tyson Jackson, LSU
    Jackson won’t put up big numbers but is as solid as any prospect.

    46. Houston – SSLB Clint Sintim, Virginia
    The Texans hope to unleash their LB’s. Sintim will bring the heat.

    47. New England – LB Frantz Joseph, Florida Atlantic
    The best player you never heard of, ‘til now. BOOM! He’s blowin’ up!

    48. Denver – NG Ziggy Hood, Missouri
    The Broncos land an inside-outside guy with a helluva spin move.

    49. Chicago – WR Hakim Nicks, North Carolina
    Doubters of Nicks need only see him play WVU: 1st round material.

    50. Tampa Bay – DT Fili Moala, USC
    The Bucs will hope that they are getting an Albert Haynesworth.

    51. Dallas – FS Rashad Johnson, Alabama
    Johnson is exactly what the Cowboys DB’s need most: A vocal leader.

    52. Philadelphia - S Nic Harris, Oklahoma
    The Eagles are in search of an intimidator to replace Brian Dawkins.

    53. NY Jets - WR Kenny Britt, Rutgers
    Britt would really make an intriguing red zone target for the Jets.

    54. Minnesota - CB Coye Francies, San Jose St.
    Oregon State transfer creating postseason buzz at the Senior Bowl.

    55. Atlanta - TE Shawn Nelson, Sothern Miss
    Nelson has been called a WR in a TE’s body. A very hot prospect!

    56. Miami - CB Victor “Macho” Harris, VT
    Harris is a student of the game with great hands, versatility and instincts.

    57. Baltimore - WR Derrick Williams, PSU
    The Ravens will continue to put playmakers around QB Joe Flacco.

    58. New England – SS Kevin Ellison, Jr., USC
    Snubbed by the Senior Bowl, but Belichick will take notice.

    59. Carolina – DE Connor Barwin, Cincinnati
    Even if they don’t lose Peppers, Barwin would be a great fit here.

    60. NY Giants - WR Darius Passmore, Marshall
    If there is a prospect similar to Burress, it’d have to be Passmore.

    61. Indianapolis – DT Alex Magee, Purdue
    Magee is a rising prospect after a solid Senior Bowl performance.

    62. Tennessee – WR Ramses Barden, Cal Poly
    The Titans are never one to fear a roll of the dice, and do on Barden.

    63. Arizona – DE/LB David Veikune, Hawaii
    Veikune is a relentless beast who compares favorably to Travis Laboy.

    64. Pittsburgh – ILB Scott McKillop, Pittsburgh
    Slow afoot but totally flattens ball carriers with reckless abandon.


    Note: If your guy is not in my mock, he'll most likely go on day two.
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  2. BillBelichickFan79

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    i'm with you on harvin. i think he'd be great in the pats offense and could have a big impact on special teams. i also agree with and like the frantz joseph and kevin ellison picks. solid players who fill two needs.

    however, i'm not a big fan of mike mickens at #23. if you wanted to go cb there, i think i would rather go with vontae davis. i think he has all the physical tools and talent to be a great corner, he just needs the right coaching, which the pats will provide. hobbs, davis, wheatlet, wilhite. i'd be very pleased with that.

    good job, it seems like you put some hard work into this :)
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    This mock is even worse for the Pats than the first one. Your first round didn't change at all, which is pretty bad all by itself. But to make it worse the second round is again full of reaches for players who won't even get picked until the second day.

    If there was such a grade as an F- I'd be tempted to give that grade to this draft. Are you sure you're not a Jets fan in disguise or something? ;) Or perhaps you put some names in a bowl and pulled them out? Maybe that would make sense...
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    There is no way Houston is going to trade for Cassel, let alone trade a 1st round pick. They have Matt Schaub who has been a good Qb since they got him. He has a passer rating of over 90 in the two years he has been there. Not to mention they invested alot of money and picks on getting him. His only knock is that he has been injured to much, missing 12 games in two years. They'd be better of having a better back up then wasting a #1 on Cassel. They have much bigger needs.

    I like the Mickens picks, but not at #23. You could easily get him in the 2nd round. In most mocks I have seen he is not even picked in the 1st two rounds. If you want to spend a 1st round pick on a CB out there, there are much better prospects who would be available.
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    Not worth 2 cents IMHO. Sorry. Can't see Josh Freeman, Robert Ayers, Mike Mickens, Louis Delmas, Gerald McRath and Shonn Greene all going 1st round. Any one of them could jump up, but 6 major 1st round reaches is hard to believe, and some of them are borderline 1st day picks right now. I like Sean Smith as much as anyone, but #14 right now is a major reach. 18 seems too high for Alex Mack, and 17 too high for Clay Matthews. There's at least a half dozen major reaches in the 2nd round. That's just for a start.
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    Hmm..


    Why would the Texans take Cassel when they have a QB that is probably as good as cassel?


    Harvin.. I'm sorry.. Florida Wr's don't run routes and using a top pick for a WR isn't going to happen.

    Nice effort and thought put into it but I think it holds very little merit..
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    You should keep your 2 cents because its clear you need it more than we do... :D
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    My grade for this draft - F

    I upgraded from F- because you do recognize that we need a top WR and picked a good one.

    My grade on the subject line - worst so far this year (but the year is young)
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    Find me a mock draft anywhere that has any merit...

    ...that said, this one is just nuts.
  10. HEY BRO! WHAT UP?

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    Dude, this is the second time you posted the same dumb ass draft. I would want to shoot myself if the Pats took those players in the first round. Terrible mock for the Pats, try again!
  11. My2Cents

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    Make that ELEVEN reasons to draft Percy Harvin. lol
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    Sorry dude, but this sucks.
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    Yikes, this mock defeats the old adage: if first you don't succeed, try, try again.
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    Am I to understand that you're picking a guy for the Patriots in round 2 who wasn't even invited to the Senior Bowl????
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    This mock makes baby Jesus cry.....................

    You do realize that the Pats need IMPACT players (you know, the kind that you get in the first round of the draft) ON DEFENSE!!!

    They already have the best Offense in the league. So if you are expecting be ahead in most games, wouldn't it make sense to secure some top flight pass rushers early in the draft?
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    That was a good one. :)
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    Google nfl mock drafts and you'll find some picks that have merit.. This mock is horrible.. Seriously.. Horrible..

    Example, wTF would the texans take a QB.. Seriously..
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    LOL. Oh, I see. You use whatever you might come across on Google
    as the voice of authority and, seeing that mine differs (and sometimes greatly), assume that mine is all wrong, not theirs, not ever. :confused:

    Well, who am I to argue with GOOGLE?! :nono: I guess it's better to
    conform to popular opinion and not dare have an original thought of my own.

    You've given me a lot to think about. :rolleyes:

    Nah.....This is more fun. :eat3: Cheers!
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