Tag:NFL Mock Draft
Posted on: April 2, 2010 4:13 pm
Edited on: April 2, 2010 5:13 pm
 

2010 NFL Mock Draft 3.0: Trade Edition

1. St. Louis Rams: Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma
Previous Pick: Sam Bradford

2. Detroit Lions: Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State
Previous Pick: Russell Okung

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska
Previous Pick: Ndamukong Suh

4. Washington Redskins: Eric Berry, S, Tennessee
Previous Pick: Eric Berry

5. Buffalo Bills: Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame
With the fear that the Cleveland Browns might take Clausen before the Buffalo Bills can get there hands on him, Chan Gailey makes a deal with the team who cut him before the start of the 2009 regular season in order to get Buffalo's first franchise quarterback in over a decade.
Previous Pick: Bryan Bulaga

6. Seattle Seahawks: Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma
Previous Pick: Gerald McCoy

7. Cleveland Browns: Joe Haden, CB, Florida
Previous Pick: Joe Haden

8. Oakland Raiders: Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland
Previous Pick: Bruce Campbell

9. Kansas City Chiefs: Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa
The Chiefs were given the ninth overall pick as part of the trade for the fifth overall pick. Am debating rather the Chiefs will select Dan Williams or Bryan Bulaga here, but will go with Bulaga because he seems to fit Scott Pioli's "Right 53" slightly more than Dan Williams does.
Previous Pick: Jimmy Clausen

10. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, South Florida
Previous Pick: Jason Pierre-Paul

11. New York Jets: Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma State
Leave it to the Rex Ryan, and the Jets to make the Dolphins mad, and to make a big move in the Draft to get a great talent. This year, they steal Bryant away from Miami. Yes, the Jets do have Braylon Edwards, and he will remain in New York for a long time, but he drops way too many passes.
Previous Pick: Dan Williams

12. Miami Dolphins: Mike Iupati, OG, Idaho
Previous Pick: Dez Bryant

13. San Francisco 49ers: Derrick Morgan, LB, Georgia Tech
Previous Pick: Derrick Morgan

14. Denver Broncos: Dan Williams, NT, Tennessee
The deal that sends Brandon Marshall to the northwest becomes final the week of the NFL Draft, which gave Josh McDaniels the leverage to move down in the draft by using Dez Bryant as the bait. If the Broncos had not found anyone to take their pick at number eleven, they would have ended up selecting Dan Williams. So being as Williams is still here, he is the obvious choice for Denver.
Previous Pick: C.J. Spiller

15. New York Giants: Rolando McClain, LB, Alabama
Previous Pick: Rolando McClain

16. Tennessee Titans: Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State
Previous Pick: Kyle Wilson

17. San Francisco 49ers: Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma
Previous Pick: Trent Williams

18. Pittsburgh Steelers: Sergio Kindle, LB, Texas
Previous Pick: Mike Iupati

19. Philadelphia Eagles: Earl Thomas, S, Texas
With the chance that Earl Thomas will be gone by the time the Eagles select at number twenty-four, Andy Reid decides to trade up to prevent that scenario from happening.
Previous Pick: Sergio Kindle

20. Houston Texans: Ryan Mathews, RB, Fresno State
Previous Pick: Ryan Mathews

21. Cincinnati Bengals: Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma
Previous Pick: Earl Thomas

22. New England Patriots: Jared Odrick, DE, Penn State
Previous Pick: Jared Odrick

23. Green Bay Packers: Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers
Previous Pick: Anthony Davis

24. Atlanta Falcons: Sean Weatherspoon, LB, Missouri
With the lost of Sergio Kindle to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Falcons decided to trade down believing that they could add some picks in the deep 2010 NFL Draft, and still get the next best linebacker in this draft. Well the Falcons' gamble paid off, and they were rewarded with Sean Weatherspoon.
Prevous Pick: Sean Weatherspoon

25. Baltimore Ravens: Carlos Dunlap, DE, Florida
Previous Pick: Jermaine Gresham

26. Arizona Cardinals: Terence Cody, NT, Alabama
Previous Pick: Terence Cody

27. St. Louis Rams: Charles Brown, OT, Southern California
With the risk that Charles Brown might be drafted by the Indianapolis Colts at the thirty-first pick, the Rams and Cowboys find a way to make a trade that will allow the Rams to add another offensive lineman along with Jason Smith from last year to protect number one overall draft pick Sam Bradford. Look for the Dallas Cowboys' first pick of the 2010 NFL Draft to come on the first pick of the second day.
Previous Pick: Arrelious Benn

28. San Diego Chargers: C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson
Previous Pick: Jonathan Dwyer

29. Denver Broncos: Golden Tate, WR, Notre Dame
As a Chiefs' fan, this pick really pains me, but with the Denver Broncos' second first round pick, they get their wide receiver to replace Brandon Marshall. This draft pick was given to the Denver Broncos as part of the trade that gave the New York Jets Dez Bryant.
Previous Pick: Carlos Dunlap

30. Minnesota Vikings: Tim Tebow, QB, Florida
Previous Pick: Tim Tebow

31. Indianapolis Colts: Kareem Jackson, CB, Alabam
Previous Pick: Kareem Jackson

32. New Orleans Saints: Jerry Hughes, LB, Texas Christian
Previous Pick: Jerry Hughes

All opinions are welcomed.

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Category: NFL Draft
Posted on: March 31, 2010 6:57 pm
Edited on: March 31, 2010 9:52 pm
 

2010 NFL Mock Draft 2.0

1. St. Louis Rams: Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma:
Two things are a guarantee. First, the St. Louis Rams will pick a player from the Big 12 in the first round. Secondly, the St. Louis Rams will make a Big 12 quarterback their franchise quarterback of the future. So the Rams could choose either Suh or McCoy, and be able to get Colt McCoy with the first pick of the second, or they can draft Sam Bradford and miss out on Suh or McCoy. At first glimpse, it would seem wise to take the defensive tackle, and draft McCoy in the second round in order to get one of each. However, in the last three drafts the Rams have selected Adam Carriker (DL), Chris Long (DL), and Jason Smith (OL); while passing up Matt Ryan, and Mark Sanchez. This time the St. Louis Rams take the franchise quarterback in the first, and go with Sam Bradford.
Previous Pick: Sam Bradford

2. Detroit Lions: Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State:
The Lions will be tempted to go with either one of the two Big 12 defensive tackles, but they drafted Matthew Staffordto be their franchise quarterback of the future last year, and have one worst offensive lines in the NFL. Gosder Cherilus, Matt Millen's last first round pick, is not going anchor this offensive line as they try to improve, but Russell Okung will be able to do just that.
Previous Pick: Russell Okung

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska:
It is no secret that the Bucs would love to have Suh, or Gerald McCoy. So the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are excited to see that they are both available. The question is which one do they take. Well, Suh is considered the better player, so he will be the choice as Raheem Morris tries to mold him into the second coming of Warren Sapp to Tampa Bay.
Previous Pick: Ndamukong Suh

4. Washington Redskins: Eric Berry, S, Tennessee:
Bryan Bulaga was the orginial choice, because the Redskins' offensive line is horrendous, I did not think the Redskins would want to draft a third safety in the first round in the last seven seasons. However, after thinking about it...Do the Redskins really want to pass on both Gerald McCoy, and Eric Berry. Imo, the answer is a huge "NO!" So the question becomes, "Do we select McCoy, or Berry?" With Albert Haynesworth on board, defensive tackle is not worth taking here. Yes, the Redskins did use a first rounder in 2007 on LaRon Landry, but the other safety spot needs filled. In the end, Shanahan will choose for a Landry-Berry pairing; instead of a Haynesworth-McCoy pairing. The Redskins will began rebuilding their offensive line in the second round.
Previous Pick: Bryan Bulaga

5. Kansas City Chiefs: Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa:
There are four players I could easily see the Chiefs drafting here in Rolando McClain, Terence Cody, Dan Williams, or Bryan Bulaga. In my orginial mock, Williams was the pick, but I've slowly moved away from as my gut is leaning more towards Torell Troup in the second, or third. That would take Terence Cody out of the conversation as well. While this seems to early of a draft choice for Rolando McClain, even with Scott Pioli being the general manager. As for Bulaga, he is the perfect description of a Scott Pioli pick. Bulaga is an unsexy; uninspiring pick who fits Pioli's "Right 53", and will keep his mouth shut as a "yes man". Now there are some out their that will say that Albert is doing a great job as the team's left tackle, or Pioli does not draft offensive lineman. However, this pick is not about Branden Albert. The main thing is that this offensive line is nowhere as good as the lines that Scott Pioli had in New England. Branden Albert, Brian Waters, Ryan Lilja, and Bryan Bulaga will start on the offensive line while Weigmann and Niswanger fight it out for the starting job at center.
Previous Pick: Dan Williams

6. Seattle Seahawks: Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma:
The Seahawks really need a runningback, but with McCoy still available this pick is a no-brainer. The Seahawks can get their franchise runningback with their second first rounder.
Previous Pick: Gerald McCoy

7. Cleveland Browns: Joe Haden, CB, Florida:
The Browns really need a franchise quarterback, but do they really want Brady Quinn's successor at Notre Dame to be his successor at Cleveland? Just don't see it happening, especially since the Rams drafted Sam Bradford, leaving Colt McCoy available in the second round just for Cleveland. The Browns can get their quarterback of the future in the second round, but right now they get the best player available on the defensive side of the football, and that player would be Joe Haden, who may be the only sure star out of a weak cornerback class.
Previous Pick: Eric Berry

8. Oakland Raiders: Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland:
When it comes to draft time, there are four sure things about Al Davis that you need to know in order to attempt to get his pick correctly. One, Al loves quarterbacks with powerful arms. Two, Al loves skill players with record breaking speed. Three, Al loves linemen with awesome strength. Fourth, Al's mind is a strange, and scary place. In other words, it is impossible to predict the Raiders' picks with any certainity unless you are Al Davis. However, I am going to try my best, and when it comes to the Raiders the thing they need most is an offensive lineman, and Bruce Campbell is definitely the strongest offensive lineman left in the draft; so he is the choice.
Previous Pick: Bruce Campbell

9. Buffalo Bills: Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame:
The Buffalo Bills have not had a franchise quarterback since the 1990s. The Buffalo Bills have not been to the playoffs since the 1990s. The Buffalo Bills have had a running game, talented receivers, a couple of good offensive lines, some good defenses, and some good special team games in the 2000s though. The message is clear, if the Bills do not want to go another decade without any playoff appearances, and Chan Gailey does not want to suffer the same fate as Phillips, Williams, Mularkey, Jauron, and Fewell than he needs to find Buffalo a franchise quarterback. Hopefully for long suffering Buffalo fans, the new regime does not believe that they have in Edwards, Fitzgerald, or Brohm because they don't. With a franchise quarterback sitting here for the taking, Buffalo will wise up in pick Clausen in order to prevent a second straight decade of mediocre play, and playoffless seasons.
Previous Pick: Jimmy Clausen

10. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, South Florida:
Aaron Kampman was a great signing for the Jacksonville Jaguars, but he is only a tempering solution to their pass rushing problems. With Derrick Harvey leaving a lot to be desired, the Jaguars need to find someone to replace him in the starting line up, and to replace Kampman as the leader of the Jacksonville pass rush in a few years. Luckily for the Jaguars, they have their choice between Pierre-Paul, and Morgan. Just like Jerod Mayo two drafts ago, Jason Pierre-Paul's draft stock has risen so quickly that there is no reason to believe that he will not be a top 10 pick by time April 22, 2010 comes around.
Previous Pick: Derrick Morgan

11. Denver Broncos: Dan Williams, NT, Tennessee:
Yes, with the signing of Jamaal Williams, the Broncos do have other pressing needs on defense like finding their "quarterback of the defense" at the ILB position, but the Williams does not have that many more years left in the tank, if any. The nose tackle is the anchor of a 3-4 defense, and the Broncos need to be ready that Williams may be another Mike Goff. Dan Williams seemed like the obvious choice before Jamaal Williams was signed, and now that Jamaal has been signed, there should be no reason that a veteran who may be running on fumes should effect the draft.
Previous Pick: Jared Odrick

12. Miami Dolphins: Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma State:
Ted Ginn has not pinned out all, and at best the Dolphins' best receiver is a #2 wide receiver in Devone Bess. The Miami Dolphins need help at this position if they are ever going to move to the next level under Bill Parcells, and Parcells knows it. Luckily for the Dolphins, the draft's best receiver has been plagued with a suspension, and rust that has translated into a poor showing at Dez Bryant's Pro Day. However, once Bryant gets into his new Miami uniform, and gets a chance to shake off that rust, he will be ready to show the league why he was still the best wide receiver in this draft class; even after missing the majority of the 2009 season.
Previous Pick: Dez Bryant

13. San Francisco 49ers: Derrick Morgan, OLB, Georgia Tech:
Under the current 49ers regime, they have been known to take the best player available, and while I am sure that he would translate that well as a 3-4 OLB, Derrick Morgan is definitely the best player available. If the 49ers can successfully transition him into a linebacker into the 3-4, Derrick Morgan will do wonders for a struggling pass rushing unit.
Previous Pick: Joe Haden

14. Seattle Seahawks: C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson:
It has been a good first round for Pete Carroll's Seahawks. First, Gerald McCoy somehow falls to them at the sixth pick. Secondly, the Seahawks get the most talented runningback in the draft in C.J. Spiller to reenergy a struggling rushing attack that has been a non-factor since Shaun Alexander was in his prime five years ago. Now only if Taylor Mays were to somehow make it all the way to the end of the second round, and than Carroll might go crazy.
Previous Pick: C.J. Spiller

15. New York Giants: Rolando McClain, ILB, Alabama:
With the release of Antonio Pierce the Giants all of a sudden need a middle linebacker, and Rolando McClain is definitely the best insider linebacker in the draft. This pick is a no-brainer.
Previous Pick: Rolando McClain

16. Tennessee Titans: Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State:
For the first time in a long time, the Titans seem to be set on offense. So this pick should obviously be on defense, and the cornerback position sure could use some help. The very talented Pacman Jones could not stay out of trouble, so they brought in Nick Harper a couple of years ago to replace him. Now Nick Harper has run out of gas, and was release leaving the Titans with a hole back in their defensive backfield. With this being a weak cornerback class, the Titans would be wise to grab one as soon as they can, and Kyle Wilson might be their only chance of grabbing a decent starting cornerback in this draft, as they will be gone by the time the Titans select again in the third round with the seventy-seventh pick.
Previous Pick: Jason Pierre-Paul

17. San Francisco 49ers: Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma:
Joe Staley was an excellent selection for the 49ers as a right tackle, but the left tackle position could use some help, so this pick is a no-brainer. There are some mock drafts that have Trent Williams going as high as number nine to the Buffalo Bills, as he spent the past few years doing a great job protecting the blindside of the 2010 number one of overall draft pick Sam Bradford. With Williams and Staley protecting Alex Smith on each side, Smith might just end showing the world that he is a late-bloomer after all.
Previous Pick: Trent Williams

18. Pittsburgh Steelers: Mike Iupati, OG, Idaho:
The Steelers' offensive line has been bad during the Mike Tomlin era, and with a possible suspension coming from NFL towards Ben Roethlisberger, the Steelers need to get ready to protect less mobile and talented backups Charlie Batch, and Dennis Dixon. Mike Iupati is the obvious choice as the Steelers are lucky that Iupati is still available for them to pick up.
Previous Pick: Mike Iupati

19. Atlanta Falcons: Sergio Kindle, OLB, Texas:
With the signing of Dunta Robinson, the cornerback position is no longer an urgent need to justify a pick here. However, the the pass rushing department has been struggling for much of the Mike Smith era. With Jason Pierre-Paul, and Derrick Morgan both gone, Sergio Kindle would fit in perfectly into Mike Smith's defense, as the best pass rushing linebacker in this draft.
Previous Pick: Sergio Kindle

20. Houston Texans: Ryan Mathews, RB, Fresno State:
After an uninspiring sophomore season for Steve Slaton, the Texans decide it is time to transition to the "two-back" system. The Houston Texans already have a speedster in Steve Slaton. Now they get Ryan Mathews to be the starter, and powerback in the Texans' "two-back" system as Houston looks to makes it's first trip to the playoffs and it's nine year history.
Previous Pick: Kyle Wilson

21. Cincinnati Bengals: Earl Thomas, S, Texas:
The Bengals have turned from an offensive-juggernaut/4-3 defense team to a smashmouth defensive-minded/3-4 defense team in the past couple of years, which is a testament to Marvin Lewis who was able to admit that his orginial system was a failure, something most coaches are unwilling to due. Now with the unbelievable transition almost complete, the Bengals could use some help at the safety positions to pair with Jonathan Joseph, and Leon Hall. They brought in Roy Williams from the Dallas Cowboys last year, and that was every definition ofa bust as he was obviously horrendous in pass coverage. The Bengals will select Earl Thomas in order to do what his Texas alum could not do.
Previous Pick: Earl Thomas

22. New England Patriots: Jared Odrick, DE, Penn State:
Carlos Dunlap seemed like the obvious choice as a 3-4 defensive end with the Urban Meyer-Bill Belichick connection. However, after reports that the Patriots really likedin Jared Odrick (http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/sports
/newengland/football/patriots/2010/
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), decided that the Patriots' were looking at a certain 3-4 defensive end from Penn State to replace the open position of either Richard Seymour or Jarvis Green.
Previous Pick: Carlos Dunlap

23. Green Bay Packers: Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers:
The playoff game against the Arizona Cardinals exposed a lot of weaknesses in the Green Bay Packers' defense, but they did end up #2 overall in total defense, so this is not there biggest weakness. In order to find the Packers biggest weakness you would need to look right in front of Aaron Rodgers, who has become a great quarterback, but imagine how much better he will be with an actual offensive line. Well now the Packers will find out as they bring in Anthony Davis to protect this very important position.
Previous Pick: Anthony Davis

24. Philadelphia Eagles: Sean Weatherspoon, OLB, Missouri:
First, thanks to acdamnit! for reminding me about Brent Celek. You will be happy to know that Jermaine Gresham was not selected here again. Moving on. The Eagles are set on offense, but could use some help on defense. Under Jim Johnson (R.I.P.) they were known for their great blitzing defenses, and with the success they had with that they would be wised to keep Johnson's legacy living on in Philadelphia, and Sean Weatherspoon would fit that legacy, and a need.
Previous Pick: Jermaine Gresham

25. Baltimore Ravens: Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma:
At one time, Todd Heap was one of the best tightends in the NFL, but injuries have taken their toll on him, and he is no longer starting material. With the best tightend in the draft getting past the Cincinnati Bengals, the Baltimore Ravens would be crazy not to pick Gresham here.
Previous Pick: Sean Weatherspoon

26. Arizona Cardinals: Terence Cody, NT, Alabama:
The Cardinals are starting to look more like the Pittsburgh Steelers everyday, but something the Steelers have that the Cardinals don't have is a nose tackle to anchor their 3-4 defense. There is noone in this draft that looks more like a nose tackle than Terence (Mount) Cody. Yes, Cody did come to the Combine weighing almost 400 pounds, but was able to slam down enough for his Pro Day to guarantee a pick i nthe first round.
Previous Pick: Terence Cody

27. Dallas Cowboys: Arrelious Benn, WR, Illinois:
Jerry Jones will have a hard time giving up on Roy Williams, but Stephen Jones has a way of showing his father the era of his ways a.k.a Terrell Owens. This time will be no different, as the highly talented Cowboys will draft the best big-framed wide receiver available in order to replace Roy Williams in a year, or two.
Previous Pick: Arrelious Benn

28. San Diego Chargers: Jonathan Dwyer, RB, Georgia Tech:
The Chargers desperately need a powerback to replace Ladainian Tomlinson, and compliment Darren Sproles. While Jonathan Dwyer will most likely still be available when the Chargers' second round selections comes up, they do not want risk him not beign there. So with there being no chance that they can select Terence Cody, the Chargers take their new franchise runningback.
Previous Pick: Ryan Mathews

29. New York Jets: Carlos Dunlap, DE, Florida:
Taylor Mays would be a good pick here, but this draft is deep at safety. Also, Carlos Dunlap is a perfect fit for the New York Jets' 3-4 defense.
Previous Pick: Taylor Mays

30. Minnesota Vikings: Tim Tebow, QB, Florida:
Most people believe Tim Tebow is not worth a first round pick, but all it takes is one NFL team to disagree in order to pick up the "best college football player in history", and the Vikings seem like that team. Yes, they do have Tavaris Jackson ready to take over for Brett Favre whenever he finally, but Jackson is average at best. Tebow on the other hand, though raw, with the tutorage of Brett Favre should make the transition to the NFL quire fine, as the Minnesota Vikings add another star to their star-studded franchise.
Previous Pick: Tim Tebow

31. Indianapolis Colts: Kareem Jackson, CB, Alabama:
The Indianapolis Colts are in need of a cornerback after losing Marlin Jackson, and Tim Jennings. Kareem Jackson would be a perfect fit because of one key skill that Jackson processes, and that is speed which is needed in order to be a defensive player on the Indianapolis Colts.
Previous Pick: Kareem Jackson

32. New Orleans Saints: Jerry Hughes, OLB, Texas Christian:
With the lost of Scott Fujita, the Saints could use a new linebacker. Jerry Hughes would be a great replacement as he has the potential to be a way better player than Fujita.
Previous Pick: Jerry Hughes

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entry/13873590/20613585

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Category: NFL Draft
Posted on: April 6, 2009 7:24 pm
Edited on: April 7, 2009 4:29 pm
 

NFL Mock Draft 5.0: With Eugene Monroe

  1. Detroit Lions: Matt Stafford, QB, Georgia
  2. St. Louis Rams: Jason Smith, OL, Baylor
  3. Kansas City Chiefs: Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
  4. Seattle Seahawks: Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
  5. Cleveland Browns: Everette Brown, DE, Florida State
  6. Cincinnati Bengals: B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College
  7. Oakland Raiders: Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
  8. Jacksonville Jaguars: Eugene Monroe, OL, Virginia
  9. Green Bay Packers: Aaron Maybin, DE, Penn State
  10. San Francisco 49ers: Michael Oher, OL, Mississippi
  11. Buffalo Bills: Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Oklahoma State
  12. Denver Broncos: Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
  13. Washington Redskins: Andre Smith, OL, Alabama
  14. New Orleans Saints: Malcolm Jenkins, CB, Ohio State
  15. Houston Texans: Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
  16. San Diego Chargers: Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
  17. New York Jets: Chris "Beanie" Wells, RB, Ohio State
  18. Denver Broncos: Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
  19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas State
  20. Detroit Lions: Eben Britton, OL, Arizona
  21. Philadelphia Eagles: William Beatty, OL, Connecticut
  22. Minnesota Vikings: Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri
  23. New England Patriots: Brian Cushing, LB, USC
  24. Atlanta Falcons: Clay Matthews, LB, USC
  25. Miami Dolphins: James Laurinaitis, LB, Ohio State
  26. Baltimore Ravens: D.J. Moore, S, Vanderbilt
  27. Indianapolis Colts: Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
  28. Philadelphia Eagles: Peria Jerry, DT, Mississippi
  29. New York Giants: Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
  30. Tennessee Titans: Alex Mack, OL, California
  31. Arizona Cardinals: Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
  32. Pittsburgh Steelers: Duke Robinson, OL, Oklahoma
Category: NFL
Posted on: April 3, 2009 10:53 am
 

2009 NFL Mock Draft 4.0: Cutler & Raji Update

With the aftermath of Jay Cutler's trade from the Denver Broncos, to the Chicago Bears...And with B.J. Raji's recentl released detail on him taking pot; I've decided to make a new NFL Mock Draft; just a couple days after my last one.

ROUND 1

 

  1. Detroit Lions: Matt Stafford, QB, Georgia
  2. St. Louis Rams: Jason Smith, OL, Baylor
  3. Kansas City Chiefs: Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
  4. Seattle Seahawks: Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
  5. Cleveland Browns: Everette Brown, DE, Texas
  6. Cincinnati Bengals: B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College
  7. Oakland Raiders: Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
  8. Jacksonville Jagaurs: Michael Oher, OL, Mississippi
  9. Green Bay Packers: Aaron Maybin, DE, Penn State
  10. San Francisco 49ers: Andre Smith, OL, Alabama
  11. Buffalo Bills: Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Oklahoma State
  12. Denver Broncos: Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
  13. Washington Redskins: Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
  14. New Orleans Saints: Malcolm Jenkins, CB, Ohio State
  15. Houston Texans: Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
  16. San Diego Chargers: Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
  17. New York Jets: Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas State
  18. Denver Broncos: Brian Cushing, LB, USC
  19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Peria Jerry, DT, Mississippi
  20. Detroit Lions: Eben Britton, OL, Arizona
  21. Philadelphia Eagles: Chris "Beanie" Wells, RB, Ohio State
  22. Minnesota Vikings: Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri
  23. New England Patriots: Larry English, DE/LB, Northern Illinois
  24. Atlanta Falcons: Clay Matthews, LB, USC
  25. Miami Dolphins: James Laurinaitis, LB, Ohio State
  26. Baltimore Ravens: D.J. Moore, S, Vanderbilt
  27. Indianapolis Colts: Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
  28. Philadelphia Eagles: William Beatty, OL, Connecticut
  29. New York Giants: Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
  30. Tennessee Titans: Alex Mack, OL, California
  31. Arizona Cardinals: Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech
  32. Pittsburgh Steelers: Duke Robinson, OL, Oklahoma

 

 

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