2 Round Mock Draft

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  1. awtysst

    awtysst Draft Guru

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    Hi, I am a member of another message board and this weekend 32 of us got together and did a 2 round mock draft. Each person took 1 team and drafted for them. There will eventually be all 7 rounds(probably next weekend) but for now I am posting the results of the first 2 rounds for yall to see. Please let me know how the Texans did or any other team you want to comment on. Trades are at the bottom of each round.

    Round 1
    1. San Francisco - Aaron Rodgers - QB - Cal
    2. Miami - Carnell Williams - RB - Auburn
    3. Cleveland - Shawne Merriman - OLB - Maryland
    4. Chicago - Braylon Edwards - WR - Michigan
    5. Tampa Bay - Mike Williams - WR - USC
    6. Tennessee - Antrel Rolle - CB - Miami
    7. Minnesota - Derrick Johnson - OLB - Texas
    8. Arizona - Ronnie Brown - RB - Auburn
    9. *Cincinnati - Thomas Davis - S - Georgia
    10. Detroit - Adam Jones - CB - West Virginia
    11. *Kansas City - Carlos Rogers - CB - Auburn
    12. San Diego - Alex Barron - OT - Florida State
    13. Houston - Troy Williamson - WR - South Carolina
    14. Carolina - Cedric Benson - RB - Texas
    15. Dallas - David Pollack - DE - Georgia
    16. New Orleans - Alex Smith - QB - Utah
    17. Washington - Marcus Spears - DE - LSU
    18. Minnesota - Mark Clayton - WR - Oklahoma
    19. St. Louis - Jamaal Brown - OT - Oklahoma
    20. *Pittsburgh - Erasmus James - DE - Wisconsin
    21. Jacksonville - Justin Miller - CB - Clemson
    22. Baltimore - Travis Johnson - DT - Florida State
    23. Seattle - Channing Crowder - LB - Florida
    24. Green Bay - Heath Miller - TE - Virginia
    25. Denver - Elton Brown - OG - Virginia
    26. New York Jets - Khalif Barnes - OT - Washington
    27. Atlanta - Shaun Cody - DT - USC
    28. San Diego - Demarcus Ware - LB - Troy State
    29. Indianapolis - Marlin Jackson - CB - Michigan
    30. Dallas - Darryl Blackstock - OLB - Virginia
    31. Philadelphia - Justin Tuck - DE - Notre Dame
    32. *St Louis - Matt Roth - DE - Iowa

    ***TRADES***

    Cincinnati trades #17, 2nd round pick (#48), and 5th round pick (#153) to the Redskins for #9 overall.

    Kansas City trades #15, 4th round pick (#116), and 5th round pick (#150) to the Cowboys for #11 overall.

    Pittsburgh trades #30, 3rd round pick (#93), and 4th round pick (#131) to the Cowboys for #20 overall.

    St. Louis trades 2nd round pick (#50) and 3rd round pick (#66) to New England for #32 overall.


    Round 2
    *33. Dallas- Brodney Poole- S- Oklahoma
    *34. Arizona- Fabian Washington- CB- Nebraska
    35. Philadelphia- Anttaj Hawthorne- DT- Wisconsin
    36. Tampa Bay- David Baas- OG- Michigan
    37. Tennessee- Roddy White- WR- UAB
    38. Oakland- Kevin Burnett- OLB- Tennessee
    39. Chicago- Odell Thurman- ILB- Georgia
    40. New Orleans- Barret Ruud- ILB- Nebraska
    *41. New England- Reggie Brown-WR- Georgia
    *42. San Fransisco- Mike Patterson- DT- USC
    43. New York Giants- Chris Spencer- C- Ole Miss
    *44. Jacksonville- Dan Cody- DE- Oklahoma
    45. Carolina- Adam terry- OT- Syracuse
    46. Kansas City- Charlie Frye- QB- Akron
    *47. Detriot- Luis Castillo- DT- Northwestern
    *48. Washington- Brandon Browner- Cb- Oregon State
    49. Minnesota- Mike Nugent- K- Ohio State
    *50. Houston- C.J. Mosley- DT- Missouri
    *51. Oakland-Kirk Morrison-ILB-San Diego ST.
    *San Francisco-Chris Henry-WR-West Virginia
    53. Baltimore-Ernest Sharzor-SS-Michigan
    54. Seattle-Marion Barber III RB-Minnesota
    55. Buffalo-Matt Jones-WR/TE-Arkansas
    *56. San Diego-Fred Gibson-WR-Georgia
    57. New York Jets-Corey Webster-CB-LSU
    58. Green Bay-Josh Bullocks-S-Nebraska
    59. Atlanta-James Butler-FS-Georgia Tech
    60. Indianapolis-Lance MItchell-ILB-Oklahoma
    *61. Denver-Eric Green-CB-VaTech
    62. Tampa Bay-JJ Arrington RB-California
    63. Philadelphia-Marcus Johnson-OG/OT-Ole Miss
    64. New England-Stanley Wilson-CB-Stanford

    TRADES

    *Dallas trades #42, #116 and #150 to San Francisco for #33

    *Cincinnati trades #17, #48 and #153 to the Redskins for #9.

    *Cleveland trades #34, #103, and #176 to Arizona for #44 and #75

    *Detriot trades #41 to New England for #50 #143 and #155

    *Cleveland trades #44 to Jacksonville for #52 and #123

    *Houston trades #47 to Detriot for #50 #169 and #200

    *Green Bay trades #51 to Oakland for #69, #105, and #185

    *Eagles trade #132, #146, #167, and #245 to the 49ers for #102

    *Cleveland trades #52 and #75 to San Francisco for #65, #116, #132, #146, and #167

    *Denver trades #56 to San Diego for #61 and #164

    *Steelers trade #62 to Tampa Bay for #91, #107, #141, and #203

    *The Eagles trade the 77th and 102nd to the Cowboys for the 93rd, 109th, 131st, and 148th
     
  2. royce1054

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    i like your first round... The 2nd i dont see us passing on a CB there was 2 perfectly good CB's there in Eric Green or Corey Webster. Both could be excellent understudys and could start next year. The trade is a good one. It might be a little much for moving up a couple of picks. I think 3rd and maybe 1 other. we will have 3rd round picks.... we can get an OL, DE, and possibliy a RB,TE or a S. I think thats a win for us.

    We could fill many needs in a WR to start for us, a CB to start next year, DE depth, OL for depth, possibly a future starter at RB, TE or a good backup in at TE.
     
  3. awtysst

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    Thanks. I liked the first myself. I thought about Webster, but thought a more pressing need would be to put some pessure on the QB and thought that CJ mosley could start right away and be that pass rusher. With Babin on one side and Mosley on the other, I thought our Secondary would be helped as opposing teams would have to deal with a formidible pass rush now.

    Actually the trade is pretty reasonable. If you look at the trade value sheet, there is a difference of 30 between the 3 spots. The two picks that I picked up the in the 6th and 7th rounds are woth about 34-35 points. Usually the team wanting to move up pays the difference.

    In round Three I would look for OL depth, a corner(corner is deep in this draft) or another rb.
     
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    Who would you sit to play mosley? We have Smith, Walker and Payne
     
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    Walker or Payne. Smith is a good player. I cant rememebr which off the top of my head, but one of them tends to get injured a lot. I am thinking that is Walker, so I would lean to sit him.
     
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    Walker makes way to much to sit. Smith makes way to much to sit and to me Paynes new 4 year 4 mill a year contract is too much to sit too payne is injured 1
     
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    It's not like the starters play the full game on the D-Line...Someone needs to be mixed into the rotation to keep Walker, Payne, and Smith fresh late into the game...
     
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    i still think we draft the CB to be the replacement for Glenn in 2nd round. I think thats one thing that people were talking about when they said pulling a Buffalo. You dont have to draft a player in the 1st round to get starting quality. Corey Webster and Eric Green are there in the 2nd i believe they can start next season when Glenn is gone. I think we should go DL in the 3rd round.
     


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    We need young talent on the Dline. no one has to be sat if we draft someone. Every one of our Dlinemen takes breathers every game.. and we can put in the rook to get some playing time during those breathers. In a season or two when one of our old beat up linemen leaves.. we will have a young player to take the starter spot.. and he will have some experience under his belt.

    we cant keep drafting starters every year.. we need youth on the Dline and we need it now.

    I dont know much about C.J. Mosely though.. so i cannot say if he is a good pick or not.


    However.. on the first round pick. I dont see us skipping Cedric Benson to take Troy Williamson. I would eat my hat if Benson fell to 13 and we didnt grab him (assuming DJ isnt available)
     
  10. beerlover

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    this is a fairly new development (Benson) so you get a pass on this one. I like the MOCK DRAFT's that involve trades, I think there will be a bunch of 'em & you got him here. as far as eating your hat (Grid) I'll pass on that one and consume a keg instead.....either way :party: (Benson) :hairpull: (Williamson)
     
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    Any Bucs Fan would love your mock for them. They are really high on getting Williams, or Williams, and then Baas.
     
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    id rather see us getting ernest shazor, or corey webster in 2nd. or instead of trading down, trade up a few and get chris spencer in the 2nd
     
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    I have one question... Why are many mocks having the Lions drafting a CB when they have Dre Bly and Fernando Bryant?
     
  14. royce1054

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    most of the mocks i see have the lions taking Merriman, Spears, James, Pollack, or Barron. I dont think Barron will be the pick though.
     

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