Shake's Mock Draft: Ready for Primetime.

To pass some of the last 24 hours before the Super Bowl I ran a thorough revision. Let me know what you think.

Round 1
1 St Louis Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraksa The Rams lost 2 QBs to injury last season. You don't take a Franchise QB if you can't protect him. They have their LT of the future in place though, so they take the best player in the draft and wait for Jason Smith to develop
2 Detroit Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma If the Lions weren't interested in Oher in the second half of the 1st round last year, they are going to keep rolling with their current tackles. Likely to Matt Stafford's detriment.
3 Tampa Bay
Eric Berry S Tennessee The Bucs abandoned their switch away from the Tampa-2, making Berry's experience under Monte Kiffin a plus on an already great prospect.
4 Washington Russell Okung
OT Ok State A broken franchise QB is like not having one, but more expensive.
5 Kansas City Rolando McClain
ILB Alabama
The Chiefs OL may have turned the corner late in the year allowing just 8 sacks in their last 6 games after giving up 37 in their first 10. This lets them address a hole on the D and worry about the OL later.
6 Seattle Jimmy Clausen
QB Notre Dame Matt Hasselbeck is nearing the end of the line and Senneca Wallace isn't stepping into his shoes.
7 Cleveland Joe Haden CB Florida Such horrid pass D is rare with a competent pass rush. The Browns need serious coverage help.
8 Oakland Bruce Campbell OT Maryland
Too much sense for a Raiders pick?
9 Buffalo Sam Bradford
QB Oklahoma Ryan Fitzpatrick is not a starting QB and Trent Edwards lost his job to him.
10 Jacksonville Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech Pass rush lacking Jags try that whole top 10 DE thing over again.
11 Denver Dez Bryant WR Ok. St. Assuming Marshall is gone, but since Eddie Royal's issues against the press might make him a better fit in the slot, the pick's not totally impossible even if Marshall is still in Denver in April.
12 Miami Dan Williams
NT
Tennessee
The Dolphins add a NT to shore up a D that had issues stopping short yardage.
13 San Fran C.J. Spiller RB Clemson Niners get a massive boost in the return game (a major asset to a defense center team that'll be playing the field position game) and add a compliment to Frank Gore.
14 Seattle Anthony Davis
OT Rutgers Seahawks rebuild the line after getting a Franchise QB.
15 NY Giants Brian Price DT UCLA Perfect fit to shoot gaps in a 4-3
16 Tennessee Carlos Dunlap
DE Florida Kyle Vanden Bosch's indefatigable motor netted just 3 sacks last year and the Titans pass defense suffered greatly as a result.
17 San Fran Bryan Bulaga
OT Iowa Bulaga was finally back to his dominating form of 2008 in the Orange Bowl and will be well rewarded for it. He'll be more than competent at RT and able to slide to LT in a pinch.
18 Pittsburgh Earl Thomas
S
Texas A bit early for a guy that couldn't get under 370 for the start of pre-draft workouts, so the Steelers get a excellent complement to Polamalu
19 Atlanta Jerry Hughes DE TCU Falcons pass D needs more pressure from the front 4 to improve. Hughes at DE should be a big help.
20 Houston Taylor Mays S USC Bernard Pollard gave the Texans some passable safety play, but there's a reason he was cut and the John Busing/Brian Russell combo at the other safety spot is horrendous.
21 Cincinnati Damian Williams
WR
USC The Bengals have the QB and the OL to be a great passing O, but the targets are lacking.
22 New England Sergio Kindle OLB Texas The Pats are desperately in need of a pass rush.
23 Green Bay Brandon Graham
OLB Michigan While OT is a major need, the Pack could use a edge rusher since Kampman didn't take to the 3-4 as well as hoped, is coming off a season ending injury and will hit free agency. Graham looked phenomenal in the Senior Bowl.
24 Philadelphia Everson Griffen
DE USC Eagles love to bring the heat, a top rusher to put opposite Trent Cole would certainly do it.
25 Baltimore Jermaine Gresham
TE Oklahoma Todd Heap has morphed into an athletic tackle and "The Franchise Player" isn't an answer at all.
26 Arizona Brandon Spikes
ILB Florida Carlos Dansby may walk away which would be a hole that needs to be filled. A high flying pass attack needs a strong pass D to prevent teams from keeping pace or closing deficits.
27 Dallas Mike Iupati G Idaho The 'Boys need OL help badly. Iupati might not be a pro LT, but the only other 1st round OT option remaining, Charles Brown, is far too light for Dallas' taste.
28 San Diego Jonathan Dwyer RB Georgia Tech LDT basically told the Chargers to shove it, so they'll need a bigger back to complement the dangerous, but severely undersized Sproles.
29 NY Jets Jared Odrick
DE Penn State
Odrick fills one of the Jets Ds few gaps
30 Minnesota Kyle Wilson
CB Boise State
Riser from the senior bowl fills one of the Vikings big needs
31 New Orleans Sean Weatherspoon
OLB Missouri Both Saints OLBs are over 30, Weatherspoon should add some more attacking speed to that D.
32 Indianapolis Charles Brown OT USC The Colts have given up just 10 sacks, but that's a near miracle given the flaws Charlie Johnson and Ryan Diem have in pass protection. Brown will let them move CJ or Diem inside, making avoiding the rush easier on Peyton and improving the terrible run blocking.
Round 2
33 St Louis Jason Pierre-Paul DE So. Florida The Rams DL will look like Spagnolo's Giants with Long, Suh, Carriker and Pierre-Paul
34 Detroit Jon Asamoah
OG Illinois The Lions add some OL to protect their big investment and keep their offense moving.
35 Tampa Bay Arthur Jones DT Syracuse After missing out on Suh/McCoy the Bucs get a quality DT in the 2nd
36 Kansas City Terrence Cody NT Alabama Cody will make some 3-4 very happy on 1st and 2nd down each Sunday, and very frustrated the vast majority of the time.
37 Washington Colt McCoy
QB Texas The new Redskins regime adds their QB of the future
38 Cleveland Ricky Sapp
OLB Clemson
The pass rush wasn't bad, but has plenty of room from improvement.
39 Oakland Vladimir Ducasse OL Massachusetts A great prospect, but clearly a project.
40 Seattle Greg Hardy
DE Mississippi Seahawks snag a very talented DE who will be a massive boost to a sub-par pass rush if he's healthy and motivated.
41 Buffalo Trent Williams
OT Oklahoma Another piece for the Bills young developing OL
42 Tampa Bay Navarro Bowman OLB Penn State
Even if Ruud stays the Bucs could use some more LB talent.
43 Miami Willie Young
OLB NC State
Young edge rusher since Porter and Taylor are getting on in years.
44 New England Ryan Mathews
RB Fresno State
The Pats upgrade from the RB hodgepodge of recent history.
45 Denver Maurkice Pouncey C/G Florida Denver's running game was generally strong, but repeatedly failed in short yardage. Shoring up the middle should fix that.
46 NY Giants Morgan Burnett S Georgia Tech The Giants don't have much back there at safety.
47 New England Tyson Alualu DT Cal The Pats add another piece to the ailing front 7
48 Carolina Golden Tate
WR Notre Dame The Panthers passing O needs a target across from Steve Smith
49 San Francisco Chad Jones
S LSU
LB sized SS to bring the pain in the secondary
50 Kansas City Mike Johnson
G Alabama Chiefs shore up the OL.
51 Houston Brandon LaFell
WR LSU
A great compliment to Andre Johnson, so the Texans can keep lighting it up on O.
52 Pittsburgh Jake Fox
OT Miami While much of the Steelers sacks come from Big Ben's style, there's more they could do to protect him.
53 New England Eric Norwood
LB South Carolina
Versatile pass rushing LB to add to the Pats aging front 7
54 Cincinnati Rob Gronkowski
TE Arizona With a top TE and WR added to the O the Bengals should get their passing game back off the ground.
55 Philadelphia Brandon Ghee
CB Wake Forest An explosive O without a strong pass D plays shootouts every week.
56 Green Bay Ciron Black OT LSU The Packers can't put off tackle help much longer.
57 Baltimore Devin McCourty
CB Rutgers The CB spots are the weakest point of a very good Ravens D.
58 NY Jets Donovan Warren
CB Michigan
Revis is great, but the CBs opposite him can be exploited by the Pierre Garçons and Austin Collies of the world.
59 Arizona Jason Worlids
DE/OLB Virginia Tech
An explosive offense needs to be complimented with a pass rush on D to prevent weekly shootouts.
60 Dallas Arrelious Benn
WR Illinois
Roy Williams still isn't working out. If he doesn't turn it around Benn can be the big target out wide.
61 Minnesota George Selvie
DE So. Florida
Vikings add an edge rusher to insure the heat stays on, even in Ray Edwards departs.
62 San Diego Corey Wootten
DE Norwestern The Chargers reinforce a DL that struggled against the run without Jamal Williams
63 New Orleans D'Anthony Smith
DT Lousiana Tech Run D was the teams weakest phase.
64 Indianapolis Daryl Washington MLB TCU Gary Brackett will turn 30 and hit free agency this offseason. The Colts will need an athletic cover MLB to replace him sooner rather than later.
Round 3
65 St. Louis T.J. Ward S Oregon With the DL beasting, some DB help to collect up all the hurried passes.
66 Detroit Jahvid Best
RB Cal
Fantastic value on a compliment to Kevin Smith.
67 Tampa Bay Brandon Lang
DE Troy
The Bucs are also in need of another pass rusher, and pickup a rush DE.
68 Kansas City Demaryious Thomas
WR Georgia Tech
KC picks up a target for Cassel to compliment Bowe.
69 Washington Forfeit X X Pick used in '09 Supplement Draft
70 Oakland Lamarr Houston
DT Texas
strengthens up the middle and adds some push against the pass.
71 Philadelphia Nate Allen
S Buffalo
With a new edge rusher, CB and S the Eagles pass D should take a massive leap forward
72 Cleveland Anthony Dixon
RB Miss St.
Browns add a big pounder of a back to go with the speedy Jerome Harrison.
73 Buffalo Torrell Troup NT Cent. Florida
A NT to drop down in the middle of the Bills new 3-4
74 Miami Micah Johnson
ILB Kentucky
Two new LBs and a NT give the Dolphins an even better compliment to their pounding ground camp.
75 Jacksonville Tim Tebow QB Florida By the 3rd round, football and finance interests are close enough to justify the pick.
76 Chicago Kyle Calloway
OT Iowa
The downgrade in WRs and OL really derailed Cutler, with no picks in the first 2 rounds the Bears can only address one of those problems at a time.
77 NY Giants Matt Tennant C Boston College
A team with the Giants stable of RBs, a credible passing threat and a generally good OL shouldn't rank in the 20s in power running and running between the tackles.
78 Tennessee Perrish Cox CB Alabama Fills two major needs, CB help and a competent returner.
79 Carolina Mike Neal DT Purdue An athletic DT for the Panthers Ron Meeks Tampa-2
80 San Francisco John Jerry OG Mississippi The Niners OL gets a major boost with Bulaga and Jerry incoming
81 Denver Patrick Robinson
CB
Florida State
The Champ is on his last legs
82 Texans Toby Gerhart
RB Stanford Texans pick up a bigger back to compliment the shifty Slaton
83 Pittsburgh
Cam Thomas
NT North Carolina
Hampton might be on the way out, so a senior bowl riser enters for Pitt.
84 Atlanta Syd'quan Thompson CB Cal Lost a very good CB last year and suffered for it.
85 Cincinnati Darrell Stuckey S Kansas Roy Williams is still in the league?  Really?
86 Oakland Sean Lee
MLB Penn State
Lee gives the Raiders a great 3 LB lineup.
87 Green Bay Akwasi Owusu-Ansah CB Indiana (PA) Big CB for the Pack's physical style
88 Philadelphia A.J. Edds OLB Iowa
Edds was a poor mans' Chad Greenway in college, that's enough for a top 90 pick.
89 Cleveland Tony Pike QB Cincinnati Quinn deserves a shot with some real weapons, but plan B should be in mind (and no a 15th shot for Anderson is not a plan B)
90 Baltimore Mardy Gilyard
WR Cincinnati Derrick Mason can't go on forever, and they don't really have a great #2 WR option either.
91 Arizona Jerome Murphy
CB So. Florida
talented DBs are great to have when your O is forcing opponents to go pass heavy
92 Dallas Sam Young OT  Notre Dame With a stud G and a RT prospect Romo might not be running for his life all season.
93 Minnesota Dan LeFevour QB Cent Michigan Who is the QB in 2 years?  A 42 year old Favre? Tavaris? The Rosenchoppa?
94 San Diego Jared Veldheer OT Hillsdale That high flying O comes to a crashing halt without great protection
95 New Orleans Zane Beadles OT/G Utah (see previous pick's comments)
96 Indianapolis Javier Arenas
CB Alabama Can contribute in the nickel/dime, but his real value would be upgrading the Colts terrible return game
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