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bah007
04-13-2011, 06:23 PM
Hey gang, I've been working on this for a long while. Typically I usually put out two or three mocks during the off season. But this year I put all my effort into this one mock. It's a full seven rounds including the compensatory picks. I spend way too much time watching college football, re-watching college football, and researching prospects. This is sort of the culmination of all of that. I hope y'all enjoy it.

I'm putting it in a team by team format, but if anybody cares enough I can also post it in its original format by selection. I thought this would be easier on the eyes and I didn't want to post both unless enough people were interested.

bah007
04-13-2011, 06:25 PM
AFC East

BUFFALO
1st - Cameron Newton – QB, Auburn
2nd - Adrian Clayborn – DE, Iowa
3rd - Luke Stocker – TE, Tennessee
4th - Sione Fua – NT, Stanford
4th - Mark Herzlich – ILB, Boston College
5th - Thomas Keiser – OLB, Stanford
6th - Cory Brandon – OT, Oklahoma
7th - Richard Sherman – CB, Stanford
7th (c) - Chris Marve – ILB, Vanderbilt

MIAMI
1st - Mark Ingram – HB, Alabama
3rd - D.J. Williams – TE, Arkansas
4th - Terrance Toliver – WR, LSU
5th - Steven Friday – OLB, Virginia Tech
6th - Brian Lainhart – FS, Kent St
7th - Nathan Enderle – QB, Idaho
7th - Cortez Allen – CB, Citadel
7th (c) - Davonte Shannon – SS, Buffalo

NEW ENGLAND
1st - J.J. Watt – DE, Wisconsin
1st - Nate Solder – OT, Colorado
2nd - Brooks Reed – OLB, Arizona
2nd - Ryan Williams – HB, Virginia Tech
3rd - James Carpenter – OG, Alabama
3rd - Austin Pettis – WR, Boise St
4th - Steve Schilling – OG, Michigan
5th - Chimdi Chekwa – CB, Ohio St
6th - Alex Wujciak – ILB, Maryland

NEW YORK JETS
1st - Muhammad Wilkerson – DE, Temple
3rd - Marcus Gilbert – OT, Florida
4th - Cliff Matthews – OLB, South Carolina
5th - Chris Neild – NT, West Virginia
6th - Jerrard Terrant – SS, Georgia Tech
7th - Will Hill – FS, Florida


AFC North

BALTIMORE
1st - Mike Pouncey – OG, Florida
2nd - Jerrel Jernigan – WR, Troy
3rd - Johnny Patrick – CB, Louisville
4th - Lawrence Guy – DE, Arizona St
5th (c) - Virgil Green – TE, Nevada
5th (c) - Mike Mohamed – ILB, California
6th - Noel Devine – HB, West Virginia
7th - Anthony Gray – NT, Southern Miss
7th - Cheta Ozougwu – OLB, Rice

CINCINNATI
1st - A.J. Green – WR, Georgia
2nd - Ryan Mallett – QB, Arkansas
3rd - Christian Ballard – DT, Iowa
4th - Kendall Hunter – HB, Oklahoma St
5th - Ahmad Black – FS, Florida
6th - Bruce Miller – DE, Central Florida
7th - Nate Williams – SS, Washington
7th (c) - Jonas Mouton – OLB, Michigan

CLEVELAND
1st - Da'Quan Bowers – DE, Clemson
2nd - Quinton Carter – FS, Oklahoma
3rd - Quan Sturdivant – ILB, North Carolina
4th - Drake Nevis – DT, LSU
5th - Vincent Brown – WR, San Diego St
6th - Buster Skrine – CB, Tennessee-Chattanooga
6th - Ross Homan – OLB, Ohio St
7th (c) - Ugo Chinasa – DE, Oklahoma St

PITTSBURGH
1st - Aaron Williams – CB, Texas
2nd - Joseph Barksdale – OT, LSU
3rd - Nate Irving – ILB, North Carolina St
4th - Terrell McClain – NT, South Florida
5th - Nick Claytor – OT, Georgia Tech
6th - Chas Henry – P, Florida
7th - Dane Sanzenbacher – WR, Ohio St

bah007
04-13-2011, 06:26 PM
AFC South

HOUSTON
1st - Ryan Kerrigan – OLB, Purdue
2nd - Rahim Moore – FS, UCLA
3rd - Kenrick Ellis – NT, Hampton
4th - Demarcus Van Dyke – CB, Miami
5th - Cedric Thornton – DE, Southern Arkansas
6th - Jeremy Beal – OLB, Oklahoma
7th - Ryan Donahue – P, Iowa
7th (c) - Tori Gurley – WR, South Carolina

INDIANAPOLIS
1st - Anthony Costanzo – OT, Boston College
2nd - Benjamin Ijalana – OG, Villanova
3rd - Robert Sands – SS, West Virginia
4th - Chris Hairston – OT, Clemson
5th - Daniel Thomas – HB, Kansas St
6th - Denarius Moore – WR, Tennessee
7th - Jerrod Johnson – QB, Texas A&M

JACKSONVILLE
1st - Aldon Smith – DE, Missouri
2nd - Davon House – CB, New Mexico St
3rd - Kelvin Sheppard – ILB, LSU
4th - Jeron Johnson – SS, Boise St
4th - Eugene Clifford – FS, Tennessee St
5th - Jeremy Kerley – WR, TCU
6th - Tyrod Taylor – QB, Virginia Tech

TENNESSEE
1st - Robert Quinn – DE, North Carolina
2nd - Brandon Harris – CB, Miami
3rd - Ricky Stanzi – QB, Iowa
4th - Jurrell Casey – DT, USC
4th (c) - Mario Harvey – ILB, Marshall
5th - Lawrence Wilson – OLB, Connecticut
6th - Shiloh Keo – SS, Idaho
7th - Ryan Bartholomew – C, Syracuse
7th (c) - Darvin Adams – WR, Auburn


AFC West

DENVER
1st - Nick Fairley – DT, Auburn
2nd - Bruce Carter – OLB, North Carolina
2nd - DeAndre McDaniel – SS, Clemson
3rd - Lance Kendricks – TE, Wisconsin
6th - Taiwan Jones – HB, Eastern Washington
7th - Carl Johnson – OT, Florida
7th (c) - Markus White – DE, Florida St

KANSAS CITY
1st - Phil Taylor – NT, Baylor
2nd - Randall Cobb – WR, Kentucky
3rd - Jordan Todman – HB, Connecticut
4th - Lee Ziemba – OT, Auburn
5th - Jake Kirkpatrick – C, TCU
5th - Casey Matthews – ILB, Oregon
6th (c) - Pat Devlin – QB, Delaware
7th - Kenny Rowe – OLB, Oregon

OAKLAND
2nd - Leonard Hankerson – WR, Miami
3rd - James Brewer – OT, Indiana
4th - Rashad Carmichael – CB, Virginia Tech
5th - Brandon Fusco – C, Slippery Rock
6th - George Bryan – TE, North Carolina St
7th - Stevan Ridley – HB, LSU
7th (c) - Keith Williams – OG, Nebraska

SAN DIEGO
1st - Cameron Jordan – DE, California
2nd - Martez Wilson – ILB, Illinois
2nd - Curtis Brown – CB, Texas
3rd - Edmund Gates – WR, Abiliene Christian
3rd - Jason Pinkston – OT, Pittsburgh
6th - Justin Trattou – OLB, Florida
6th (c) - Chris Rucker – FS, Michigan St
7th (c) - Chris White – ILB, Mississippi St

bah007
04-13-2011, 06:27 PM
NFC East

DALLAS
1st - Tyron Smith – OT, USC
2nd - Allen Bailey – DE, Miami
3rd - Brandon Burton – CB, Utah
4th - Jaiquawn Jarrett – FS, Temple
5th - Pernell McPhee – DE, Mississippi St
6th - Da'Norris Searcy – SS, North Carolina
7th - Curt Porter – OT, Jacksonville St
7th (c) - Courtney Smith – WR, South Alabama

NEW YORK GIANTS
1st - Akeem Ayers – OLB, UCLA
2nd - Danny Watkins – OG, Baylor
3rd - DeMarco Murray – HB, Oklahoma
4th - Kristofer O'Dowd – C, USC
6th - DeAndre Brown – WR, Southern Miss
6th (c) - David Arkin – OT, Missouri St
6th (c) - Dejon Gomes – FS, Nebraska
7th - Trevor Hankins – P, Arizona St

PHILADELPHIA
1st - Jimmy Smith – CB, Colorado
2nd - Mason Foster – OLB, Washington
3rd - Will Rackley – OG, Lehigh
4th - Demarcus Love – OT, Arkansas
4th - Pierre Allen – DE, Nebraska
5th - Joe Lefeged – SS, Rutgers
5th - Akeem Dent – ILB, Georgia
7th (c) - Dion Lewis – HB, Pittsburgh
7th (c) - Chykie Brown – CB, Texas

WASHINGTON
1st - Blaine Gabbert – QB, Missouri
2nd - Torrey Smith – WR, Maryland
5th - Ian Williams – NT, Notre Dame
5th - Delone Carter – HB, Syracuse
6th - J.T. Thomas – OLB, West Virginia
7th - Stanley Havili – FB, USC
7th (c) - Antwine Perez – FS, Maryland


NFC North

CHICAGO
1st - Corey Liuget – DT, Illinois
2nd - Tyler Sash – SS, Iowa
3rd - Rodney Hudson – OG, Florida St
4th - Dwayne Harris – WR, East Carolina
5th - Jah Reid – OT, Central Florida
6th - Tim Barnes – C, Missouri

DETROIT
1st - Prince Amukamara – CB, Nebraska
2nd - Stefen Wisniewski – C, Penn St
3rd - Jabaal Sheard – DE, Pittsburgh
4th - Colin McCarthy – OLB, Miami
5th - Jamie Harper – HB, Clemson
6th - Darius Morris – OT, Temple

GREEN BAY
1st - Mikel Leshoure – HB, Illinois
2nd - Dontay Moch – OLB, Nevada
3rd - Curtis Marsh – CB, Utah St
4th - Derek Newton – OT, Arkansas St
4th (c) - Ronald Johnson – WR, USC
5th - Zach Hurd – OG, Connecticut
6th - Zane Parr – DE, Virginia
7th - Kai Forbath – K, UCLA
7th - Jordan Cameron – TE, USC

MINNESOTA
1st - Stephen Paea – DT, Oregon St
2nd - Jake Locker – QB, Washington
4th - Tandon Doss – WR, Indiana
5th - Rob Housler – TE, Florida Atlantic
5th - Shareece Wright – CB, USC
6th - Eric Hagg – FS, Nebraska
6th (c) - Doug Hogue – OLB, Syracuse
7th - Alex Henery – K, Nebraska
7th (c) - Jarriel King – OT, South Carolina

bah007
04-13-2011, 06:29 PM
NFC South

ATLANTA
1st - Kyle Rudolph – TE, Notre Dame
2nd - Jonathan Baldwin – WR, Pittsburgh
3rd - Orlando Franklin – OT, Miami
4th - John Moffitt – OG, Wisconsin
5th - Jaquizz Rodgers – HB, Oregon St
6th - Ryan Winterswyk – DE, Boise St
7th - Mario Butler – CB, Georgia Tech
7th - Craig Stevens – OLB, Auburn
7th - Jermale Hines – SS, Ohio St

CAROLINA
1st - Marcell Dareus – DT, Alabama
3rd - Titus Young – WR, Boise St
3rd (c) - Greg Romeus – DE, Pittsburgh
4th - Marcus Gilchrist – CB, Clemson
5th - Greg McElroy – QB, Alabama
6th - Andrew Jackson – OG, Fresno St
6th (c) - Weslye Saunders – TE, South Carolina
7th (c) - Michael Morgan – OLB, USC

NEW ORLEANS
1st - Gabe Carimi – OT, Wisconsin
2nd - Sam Acho – DE, Texas
3rd - K.J. Wright – OLB, Mississippi St
3rd - Greg Little – WR, North Carolina
7th - Darren Evans – HB, Virginia Tech
7th (c) - Duke Ihenacho – SS, San Jose St

TAMPA BAY
1st - Justin Houston – DE, Georgia
2nd - Marcus Cannon – OG, TCU
3rd - Shane Vereen – HB, California
4th - Greg Jones – ILB, Michigan St
5th - Chris Conte – FS, California
6th - Adrian Moten – OLB, Maryland
7th - Michael Goggans – DE, Auburn
7th (c) - Alex Linnenkohl – C, Oregon St


NFC West

ARIZONA
1st - Patrick Peterson – CB, LSU
2nd - Derek Sherrod – OT, Mississippi St
3rd - Andy Dalton – QB, TCU
4th - Chris Carter – OLB, Fresno St
5th - Chris Culliver – FS, South Carolina
6th - Derek Hall – OT, Stanford
6th - Roy Helu – HB, Nebraska
7th (c) - Greg Salas – WR, Hawaii

SAN FRANCISCO
1st - Von Miller – OLB, Texas A&M
2nd - Colin Kaepernick – QB, Nevada
3rd - Ras-I Dowling – CB, Virginia
4th - Jarvis Jenkins – DE, Clemson
4th - Jerrell Powe – NT, Mississippi
5th - Niles Paul – WR, Nebraska
6th - Brandon Hogan – CB, West Virginia
6th - Chris Prosinski – FS, Wyoming
7th - Owen Marecic – FB, Stanford
7th - Willie Smith – OT, ECU
7th (c) - Andre Smith – TE, Virginia Tech
7th (c) - Evan Royster – HB, Penn St

SEATTLE
1st - Cameron Heyward – DT, Ohio St
2nd - Christian Ponder – QB, Florida St
4th - Clint Boling – OT, Georgia
5th - Ricky Elmore – DE, Arizona
5th - Stephen Burton – WR, West Texas A&M
6th - Jalil Brown – CB, Colorado
7th - Tejay Johnson – SS, TCU
7th - Da'Rel Scott – HB, Maryland
7th (c) - Henry Hynoski – FB, Pittsburgh

ST LOUIS
1st - Julio Jones – WR, Alabama
2nd - Marvin Austin – DT, North Carolina
3rd - Deunta Williams – FS, North Carolina
4th - Derrick Locke – HB, Kentucky
5th - Kendric Burney – CB, North Carolina
6th - Brian Rolle – OLB, Ohio St
7th - Andrew Rich – SS, BYU

Dutchrudder
04-13-2011, 06:51 PM
Nice mock, but you left off Detroit's 7th. Better re-do your last 40 picks... :P


Lions Get Back 2011 NFL Draft 7th-Round Pick, Lose 2012 Pick Instead

ESPN's Mike Sando is reporting that the NFL has reinstated the Detroit Lions' seventh-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. That's the good news. The bad news is that the Lions will now lose their seventh-round pick in 2012 instead. In essence, their tampering punishment still stands, but at least now the Lions have six picks in this year's draft rather than five.

By getting their seventh-round pick in this year's draft back, the Lions now have the following six picks:

* Round 1, pick No. 13, overall pick No. 13
* Round 2, pick No. 12, overall pick No. 44
* Round 3, pick No. 11, overall pick No. 75
* Round 4, pick No. 10, overall pick No. 107
* Round 5, pick No. 23, overall pick No. 154 (originally had pick No. 9 in the fifth round -- the 140th overall pick -- but that now belongs to Kansas City as part of the swap of fifth-round selections)
* Round 7, pick No. 2, overall pick No. 205 (acquired from Denver as part of Alphonso Smith deal)




http://www.prideofdetroit.com/2011/3/31/2083411/lions-get-back-2011-nfl-draft-7th-round-pick-lose-2012-pick-instead

bah007
04-13-2011, 06:55 PM
Nice mock, but you left off Detroit's 7th. Better re-do your last 40 picks... :P




http://www.prideofdetroit.com/2011/3/31/2083411/lions-get-back-2011-nfl-draft-7th-round-pick-lose-2012-pick-instead

Haha son of a...

Well I'm not gonna redo it, that's for sure. I thought the draft order had been finalized when the comp picks were announced. It never occurred to me that something like that could be changed after a decision had already been made.

Hottoddie
04-13-2011, 06:56 PM
WOW! Nice job.

Dutchrudder
04-13-2011, 06:56 PM
Haha son of a...

Well I'm not gonna redo it, that's for sure. I thought the draft order had been finalized when the comp picks were announced. It never occurred to me that something like that could be changed after a decision had already been made.

Just change their 6th to a 7th. It's all good :D

kiwitexansfan
04-13-2011, 08:04 PM
I think in general your round values for players will be more accurate than the group mock that we have done.

FWIW as a Huskers fan I think you have Helu Jr and Henry too late and Gomes too soon.

It is also nice to see so many Huskers getting drafted this year.

Lucky
04-13-2011, 10:10 PM
That was a heck of an undertaking. Just mocking the Texans picks takes quite awhile.

That was an impressive draft for the 49ers.

TexCanada
04-14-2011, 11:54 AM
The more I think about it, the more I think you might be right with Houston taking Kerrigan in the first round.

HOU-TEX
04-14-2011, 12:05 PM
That was a heck of an undertaking. Just mocking the Texans picks takes quite awhile.

That was an impressive draft for the 49ers.

Yep. New England has a nice haul in this draft too. Buffalo as well, save Newton

Mr teX
04-14-2011, 12:08 PM
Good job, but i'll monumentally pissed if the texans take Ryan Kerrigan with their 1st. That is the absolute worst possible scenario in my eyes.

beerlover
04-14-2011, 12:10 PM
Good job, but i'll monumentally pissed if the texans take Ryan Kerrigan with their 1st. That is the absolute worst possible scenario in my eyes.

that's what makes it realistic, don't you think :gun:

TexCanada
04-14-2011, 12:15 PM
Good job, but i'll monumentally pissed if the texans take Ryan Kerrigan with their 1st. That is the absolute worst possible scenario in my eyes.

What is it that you dislike about him?

Mr teX
04-14-2011, 12:35 PM
What is it that you dislike about him?

For what he'll be projected as in our scheme, i don't think he's fast or athletic enough to be an olb in a 3-4....most of the damage he did at purdue came with his hand in the dirt, which isn't a good look for a LB ....& in general i just think he's too sack happy.........meaning either he'll only be an option on 3rd & longs or he'll be so hot & heavy to get to the qb, he'll be 1 of those guys that tackles will take him wherever he wants to go.........which most of the time will leave gaping holes for the rb to run through b/c he runs around guys & chases too much. He just doesn't look like a natural pass rusher to me for some reason. Obviously, i hope i'm wrong if we do wind up selecting him.

That's not even counting the fact that i feel we already have a guy in his mold (who's faster & more athletic imo) in conner barwin.

powda
04-14-2011, 12:50 PM
What is it that you dislike about him?

He's not as athletic. He dosent move as well in space and doesnt have the burst off the line like Aldon Smith. -------but he is a powerfull high effort player. He'll be fine against the run and as a pass rusher. If they want that backer spot to drop into coverage on a regular basis he's probably not the best fit.

He's a safe player to draft because what you see is what you get and he will make the effort to get better. He's also a high character guy which is another reason i think he'll be our pick when amukamara is off the board.

TexCanada
04-14-2011, 12:55 PM
He's not as athletic. He dosent move as well in space and doesnt have the burst off the line like Aldon Smith. -------but he is a powerfull high effort player. He'll be fine against the run and as a pass rusher. If they want that backer spot to drop into coverage on a regular basis he's probably not the best fit.

He's a safe player to draft because what you see is what you get and he will make the effort to get better. He's also a high character guy which is another reason i think he'll be our pick when amukamara is off the board.

I don't really watch any tape of these guys, but I found it interesting that Kerrigan actually out-performed Smith at the Combine. I know that doesn't always translate to games, but he was faster and stronger then him.

Blake
04-14-2011, 01:19 PM
Awesome job man. Props. Jags would be pissed if you took Kerrigan @ 11.

powda
04-14-2011, 01:25 PM
...at the Combine...

Scouts tend to grade the prospects against superior nfl players or the mold hall of famers have set for a given postion...its all relative =

Kareem Jackson is a fantastic athlete in comparison to college player John Doe and couch potatoe Tom

but,

his athletic talent in comparison to Deon Sanders or Darrell Green isn't nearly as impressive.

Saying Kerrigan dosen't move well in space dosen't mean he cant do it.

ive pretty much accepted that we will draft:

a. amukamara
b. kerrigan
c. smith

Wolf6151
04-15-2011, 02:24 AM
Props to you Bah007 that was alot of work and I like the way you organized. With that said though, HELL NO to Kerrigan in the 1st round. He's a 4-3 LDE in the NFL, not near fast enough or explosive enough to play OLB.

Lucky
04-15-2011, 06:12 AM
...HELL NO to Kerrigan in the 1st round. He's a 4-3 LDE in the NFL, not near fast enough or explosive enough to play OLB.
A LDE? I don't know whwere that's coming from. Seems like Kerrigan compares athletically to just about any of the pass rushers in this draft, not named Von Miller or Dontay Moch.

Kerrigan has more career sacks than any of the other top pass rushers (Miller included). He's done it and done it for 4 years. He might not have the "upside" of a Quinn or a Aldon Smith. But, Kerrigan has the results and would be the "safer" pick. I still think Wade would take Quinn or Smith, but I would expect Kerrigan to be able to rush the passer from the 3-4 OLB spot just fine.

Seņor Stan
04-15-2011, 07:43 AM
Any thoughts on whether or not Rick Smith's Purdue connection will tip the scales toward Kerrigan?

bah007
04-15-2011, 10:08 AM
Props to you Bah007 that was alot of work and I like the way you organized. With that said though, HELL NO to Kerrigan in the 1st round. He's a 4-3 LDE in the NFL, not near fast enough or explosive enough to play OLB.

I disagree. My first choice is Quinn, but he was off the board. Kerrigan may have trouble in coverage in the 34, but he wont have any problems rushing the QB.

A LDE? I don't know whwere that's coming from. Seems like Kerrigan compares athletically to just about any of the pass rushers in this draft, not named Von Miller or Dontay Moch.

Kerrigan has more career sacks than any of the other top pass rushers (Miller included). He's done it and done it for 4 years. He might not have the "upside" of a Quinn or a Aldon Smith. But, Kerrigan has the results and would be the "safer" pick. I still think Wade would take Quinn or Smith, but I would expect Kerrigan to be able to rush the passer from the 3-4 OLB spot just fine.

This is pretty much what I was thinking with the pick.

nytexan
04-15-2011, 11:54 AM
I disagree. My first choice is Quinn, but he was off the board. Kerrigan may have trouble in coverage in the 34, but he wont have any problems rushing the QB.



This is pretty much what I was thinking with the pick.

First let me say, nice job on all the work you put in. If I would nit pick with you, I think they would take Amukamara before Kerrigan because then they would prioritize a safety in free agency (costs less than a cb) and no way the kid from Hampton goes before Jarvis Jenkins. Besides that, again may I say nice job.

Blake
04-15-2011, 03:24 PM
ive pretty much accepted that we will draft:

a. amukamara
b. kerrigan
c. smith

I kinda feel like the Texans will trade back even if it costs them so they can get their NT and LB pass rusher in the first round.

EDIT: Either that, or they trade up and guarantee they get Miller or Quinn.

Wolf6151
04-15-2011, 03:38 PM
When I watch the video on Kerrigan I see a guy who plays hard and doesn't quit on the play but he's slow out of his stance and slow off the line. I see a guy using his strength but isn't fast enough to get around an OT. He's not fast enough to be a 4-3 RDE like Mario etc... This guy just screams 4-3 LDE. If we traded down I'd rather have Justin Houston in the 1st round than Kerrigan, he's at least played in a 3-4 at OLB and is very explosive.

beerlover
04-15-2011, 03:40 PM
I kinda feel like the Texans will trade back even if it costs them so they can get their NT and LB pass rusher in the first round.

I would prefer that, of course it takes at least two to tango.

Taylor 17/18 Reed 23/27

Wolf6151
04-15-2011, 06:32 PM
I would prefer that, of course it takes at least two to tango.

Taylor 17/18 Reed 23/27


I've been kicking around that same idea but with slightly different personnel. How bout after a trade down and then using the extra pick we gain plus another of our own picks to trade back into the 1st round we select Phil Taylor-NT (17-19), and Justin Houston-OLB (21-23)?

beerlover
04-15-2011, 08:09 PM
I've been kicking around that same idea but with slightly different personnel. How bout after a trade down and then using the extra pick we gain plus another of our own picks to trade back into the 1st round we select Phil Taylor-NT (17-19), and Justin Houston-OLB (21-23)?

think Reed will be as productive, maybe more & lower cost. I would make move before Patriot pick but expect him to be around a little longer than Houston. But yeah, basicly two impact players @ positions of dire need.

kiwitexansfan
04-15-2011, 09:20 PM
I am bit weary of Taylor, something tells me that I would rather pick Paea.

Rey
04-15-2011, 09:49 PM
I like your draft for the Texans a lot. I like the potential and raw ability of Kenrick Ellis.

Honestly, I'd prefer they trade up, but if we stayed put I'd be fine with that draft. I don't really care for any of the 2nd tier OLB's, but I'm sure atleast one of them is going to be good. I just don't know which one(s)....They all just scream role players to me, and I think we need to get an impact player for our defense because we don't really have any that show up on a consistent basis.

But the whole thing was put together really well and I'm sure it took a lot of time. Good job.