Pre-Combine 1st & 2nd round mock

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  1. bah007

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    1ST ROUND:
    1. Raiders- WR Calvin Johnson, Georgia Tech
    2. Lions- OT Joe Thomas, Wisconsin
    3. Browns- QB Brady Quinn, Notre Dame
    4. Buccaneers- DT Alan Branch, Michigan
    5. Cardinals- DE Jamaal Anderson, Arkansas
    6. Redskins- DE Gaines Adams, Clemson
    7. Vikings- WR Dwayne Jarrett, USC
    8. Texans- RB Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma
    9. Dolphins- QB JaMarcus Russell, LSU
    10. Falcons- S Reggie Nelson, Florida
    11. 49ers- DT Amobi Okoye, Louisville
    12. Bills- MLB Patrick Willis, Mississippi
    13. Rams- DE Adam Carriker, Nebraska
    14. Panthers- OLB Paul Posluszny, Penn State
    15. Steelers- OG Justin Blalock, Texas
    16. Packers- RB Marshawn Lynch, California
    17. Jaguars- OLB Lawrence Timmons, Florida State
    18. Bengals- TE Zach Miller, Arizona State
    19. Titans- DE LaMarr Woodley, Michigan
    20. Giants- CB Leon Hall, Michigan
    21. Broncos- CB Daymeion Hughes, California
    22. Cowboys- S Michael Griffin, Texas
    23. Chiefs- OT Levi Brown, Penn State
    24. Patriots (SEA)- WR Dwayne Bowe, LSU
    25. Jets- CB Marcus McCauley, Fresno State
    26. Eagles- S LaRon Landry, LSU
    27. Saints- WR Ted Ginn Jr., Ohio State
    28. Patriots- S Brandon Meriweather, Miami
    29. Ravens- OG Josh Beekman, Boston College
    30. Chargers- DT Quinn Pitcock, Ohio State
    31. Bears- OG Ben Grubbs, Auburn
    32. Colts- CB Aaron Ross, Texas

    2ND ROUND:
    1. Raiders- QB Drew Stanton, Michigan State
    2. Lions- DE Charles Johnson, Georgia
    3. Browns- CB Darrelle Revis, Pittsburgh
    4. Buccaneers- DE Jarvis Moss, Florida
    5. Cardinals- TE Greg Olsen, Miami
    6. Jets (WAS)- RB Michael Bush, Louisville
    7. Vikings- OG Marshal Yanda, Iowa
    8. Texans- C Ryan Kalil, USC
    9. Dolphins- OLB Jon Beason, Miami
    10. Falcons- OG Manuel Ramirez, Texas Tech
    11. 49ers- CB Chris Houston, Arkansas
    12. Bills- OT Joe Staley, Central Michigan
    13. Rams- DE Quentin Moses, Georgia
    14. Panthers- QB Troy Smith, Ohio State
    15. Steelers- MLB Buster Davis, Florida State
    16. Packers- DT DeMarcus Tyler, North Carolina State
    17. Jaguars- CB David Irons, Auburn
    18. Bengals- DT Justin Harrell, Tennessee
    19. Titans- WR Jason Hill, Washington State
    20. Giants- RB Kenny Irons, Auburn
    21. Broncos- DT Ryan McBean, Oklahoma State
    22. Cowboys- OT Arron Sears, Tennessee
    23. Chiefs- WR Robert Meachem, Tennessee
    24. Seahawks- TE Scott Chandler, Iowa
    25. Jets- TE Joe Newton, Oregon State
    26. Eagles- WR Sidney Rice, South Carolina
    27. Saints- OLB Rufus Alexander, Oklahoma
    28. Patriots- MLB David Harris, Michigan
    29. Ravens- OLB Earl Everett, Florida
    30. Chargers- S Eric Weddle, Utah
    31. Bears- OLB Tony Taylor, Georgia
    32. Buccaneers (IND)- C Doug Datish, Ohio State

    Thoughts?
     
  2. HeroTime

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    We have the 7th pick in round 2.
    The pick rotates. 8th in 1st, 7th in 2nd, 9th in 3rd, and repeat.
     
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    You have Stanton being selected by the Raiders in the second? I wouldn't think he'd go that high, but they do need some help...
     
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    i think the browns will take adrian peterson. i hope the texans get marshawn lynch.
     
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    I too at this point in time don't see A.D. as a Texan next year. If he's not there I would like to see the Texans either get the best defensive back available or trade back a few spots and pick Levi Brown or Marshawn Lynch.
     
  6. rollinstone18

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    If the best corner falls to the second, we better trade up to get him.
     
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    Beason shouldn't be that low
     
  8. bah007

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    He was the 4th LB selected behind Willis, Posluszny, & Timmons.
     
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    I don't think the Browns and the Vikings would pass on him.
     
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    I don't think the Saints go Offense in the 1st or 2nd round, I am thinking they get help in the defensive secondary since that was their biggest problem last year.
     
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    I just dont think Payton would pass on Ginn if he fell that far.

    With a complete speed WR like Ginn that offense would be awesomely explosive.
     
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    I don't see the Bucs taking Alan Branch, he isn't a good fit for the cover 2 system. Anderson or Adams would be much better picks for them.

    I don't see the Bengals using a 1st rounder on a TE. They need better players there but it isn't a huge part of their offense, and with the last ranked passing defense last year I have to believe they will address defense in some way.

    I don't think the Broncos will take a CB in the 1st round, they could since Darrent Williams is no longer with us but I think Foxworth is good enough to delay them taking a CB that high.

    I don't see the Saints taking Ginn, I think they will go defense and Ginn isn't what I think they'd be looking for, maybe they'd take one of the bigger WRs like Bowe since they have so much speed already, but I don't think that they need much on offense at all.

    I agree with Silver Oak, I think that is high for Stanton. I think they could grab him in the 3rd round.

    I think that is way too high for Marshal Yanda.

    I don't think Beason is a good fit for the Dolphins and their 3-4 defense.

    A lot of these other guys I think are a round or two too high, and I personally would easily take Chris Houston over Ryan Kalil. Overall it's not at all a bad mock though.
     
  13. Please_Evolve

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    I honestly would be happy with those two picks if that happened.....

    But i don't see AP there at 8 and not sure if Kalil drops to us in the second....but iwould be one DAMN happy Texan.

    Alos wanted to point out if Laron falls that far to the Eagles....Taht defense is going to be a nightmare for opposing offenses next year with Dawkins AND Laron. Add Sidney Rise to that Offense with a healthy McNabb......and an improved running game featuring Westbrrok would make them easily my superbowl pick.
     
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    just way too high for jarrett, too low for levi brown, and all that good stuff.
     
  15. real

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    I love the Saints pick. Joe horn isn't getting any younger. Their identity is offense.

    I think that Ginns value at that spot is too much to pass up. Originally I wasn't that high on Ginn because he looked like a stiff runner. But he has good vision, and a knack for taking good angles. the Saints would have a chance to be one of the most potent offenses ever. If the saints can get a quality DB or two in FA, and pick up Rufus Alexander in the second I think that'd be enough of an upgrade on their defense for me to feel comfortable.

    Brees, Duece, colston, Bush, Horn, Henderson, Ginn....

    There would be no question of who I'd play with on Madden.
     
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    there's about as good a chance as ted ginn being avialble where the saints pick as there's calvin johnson at the same spot.
     
  17. real

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    That's why I said that'd be too much value to pass up.

    It's a mock draft. relax.

    All of this is just for kicks.

    Everyones mocks are going to be a little "funny" or different.
     
  18. threetoedpete

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    They already have Henderson & Colson. How many weapons do they need ? They got punked on that seven play sixty five yard all run drive by the Bears in the championship game. They need a larger presentence in the middle of the line. I think that drive will weigh heavy on their minds this off season. Colts will be looking for another DT also.
     
  19. real

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    Looking at his mock draft, there isn't a guy left on the board who I'd take over Ginn...
     
  20. Untamed Guerillaz

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    yes i totally agre with you playa :marionaner:
     

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