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Tip of the Mock



Shorty, 1 rd.

 

I know..cop out. But some "new" ideas

 

  1. St. Louis (1-15)Jimmy Clausen QB Notre Dame- Adam Schefter lives in his mother's basement..I don't care what he says. Clausen is more pro ready then Bradford, so if they plan on starting a QB (which..they don't have anyone to start...) Clausen's less likely to go David Carr on them.
  2. Detroit (2-14 )Eric Berry- S Tennessee-Corey Williams does NOT make this pick not Suh. Eric Berry being a better prospect then Suh..makes this pick not Suh. Berry and Louis Delmas form the best young safety tandem, hopefully, in the NFL.
  3. Tampa Bay (3-13)Ndamukong Suh-DT Nebraska-Bucs fans rejoice, Big Suh is their man. Dunno what else to put here...other then the prayers of Tampa Bay that it turns out like this
  4. Washington (4-12) Russell Okung-OT OK State- if they had no QB at all, then Bradford may make sense. Jason Campbell deserves a shot to finally be in a good situation. Maybe Shanahan can give him that? Oh..and Russell Okung is a legit franchise OT. Tisk tisk on the top 3 for passing
  5. Kansas City (4-12) Brandon Graham-OLB Michigan- Chiefs STILL can't rush the passer. Graham has made life miserable for college OT's for years..yet, gets knocked cuz he's 6"2 and not 6"5. Who cares? Graham can bring back memories of Derrick Thomas (RIP) that Chiefs fans have been missing
  6. Seattle (5-11)Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma-similar to the other top teams that could go QB, the Hawks have a choice here. McCoy or Bradford? I say they go for the player that actually can translate to the NFL, and that's McCoy.
  7. Cleveland (5-11)Earl Thomas S Texas- As suggested by our own Mocking Dan..yes, Earl Thomas. Maybe early, maybe not. The Browns secondary is horrible. Joe Haden is a possibilty too if he proves that his combine 40 was a joke (it was..). However, ET may be better anyway..he's very versatile and in the AFC North..they like playmaking safeties
  8. Oakland (5-11) Derrick Morgan-DE Georgia Tech-Yes, Morgan didn't run a 4.1 40. But I'm not Al davis. Morgan is the best, proven (as much as a college junior can)DE remaining in this class. The Raiders could use a more stout DE to go with the newly acquired Kameron Wimbley. I think.
  9. Buffalo (6-10) Sam Bradford-QB Oklahoma- I think he's the next Alex Smith coming from that college offense, but just like Smith..if Buffalo stick with Chan Gailey for a few years instead of recycling coaches the way SF did, maybe it can help Bradford?
  10. Jacksonville (7-9)Rolando McClain-MLB Alabama- BASTARDS! McClain is still the best MLB in this draft, aside from what a youtube video of him in 3 games says. The Jags have no 2nd round pick, so they need to hit on this one. McClain is the BPA at this point
  11. Denver - from Chicago (7-9)Dan Williams NT Tennessee-yes, they signed Jamal. But he's a long term solution like Brett Farve is a long term solution at QB. OK, bad comparison. But Jamal is old and injury prone. Big Dan is this year's BJ Raji, so McDaniels find his NT of the future/present when Jamal Williams gets hurt/retires
  12. Miami (7-9)Jason Pierre Paul-USF OLB- Raw. Very Raw. But if he's allowed to just rush the passer as an OLB, he could be the next Demarcus Ware. Parcells knows something about that.
  13. San Francisco (8-8) Brian Bulaga-OT Iowa- The Niners need OL help, bad. Bulaga can play LT, but may be a dominant RT. That's good, cuz the Niners have Joe Staley as their LT.
  14. Seattle - from Denver (8-8)Anthony Davis-OT Rutgers-He's been Andre Smith"ing his way through this offseason, but like Smith, he's very talented when they actually play the games. Could start right away at RT while Walter Jones teaches him what its like to be the GOAT.
  15. New York Giants (8-8) CJ Spiller RB Clemson- Possibly the worst case scenario for the Gints. Could go Trent Williams, could go Sean Weatherspoon. Both don't have the impact potential that CJ does. He could breathe life into a stagnant special teams. The offense even as it has a plethora of talent at WR...could use more of a playmaker at RB.
  16. Tennessee (8-8) Joe Haden CB Tennessee - The Tits secondary is OK, but Haden can be elite. In a division with all those great passing O's...you need all the secondary help you can get. Haden does that.
  17. San Francisco - from Carolina (8-8) Everson Griffen OLB/DE USC- Griffen is athletic enough to be a pass rusher in a 3-4, which he'd be in SF. Griffen is a bit of an underachiever, but has all the potential in the world.
  18. Pittsburgh (9-7)Sean Weatherspoon ILB Missouri- James Farrior is ancient. Spoon would be an inside backer for the Stillers and of course keep the franchise long history of great LB's strong. Also, no safeties at this point are worthy
  19. Atlanta (9-7)Sergio Kindle DE/SLB-Texas- Kindle gets after the QB, which is what the Falcons don't do. Getting Dunta Robinson, the Falcons can focus on pass rusher. Kindle may be better off as a Strongside backer, but either way, he knows how to rush the passer which the........
  20. Houston (9-7) Dez Bryant-WR OK State- He falls no farther. Maybe similar to the Vikings a few years back...a top 5 caliber WR falls to the 20's to a team with an already great WR. With Andre Johnson and Dez Bryant...maybe the Texans can finally outgun the Colts? Could go CB, but in a deep draft, they don't have to reach for one
  21. Cincinnati* (10-6) Brian Price-DT UCLA- Price is too good to pass up here. The Bengals had a solid D last year, and could really use a playmaker at WR. But with Dez Bryant off the board, they can wait till round 2 to address it.
  22. New England* (10-6) Jared Odrick DE PSU- Belicheck likes to bolster the trenches and Odrick can help replace the void left by Richard Seymour
  23. Green Bay* (11-5) Charles Brown-OT USC- Imagine how good Aaron Rogers would be if he wasn't running for his life all game?
  24. Philadelphia* (11-5) Maurkice Pouncey-OC/OG Florida- Philly could use a pass rusher, but I don't see one who's good enough here. I dunno if Pouncey's fat enough for Andy Reid's liking, but he could hang out with Big Red a little while and eat what Andy Eats. Also, The interior of the Eagles line was in shambles last year, they could use a more talented, long term solution in there. Pouncey can play OG or OC if needed.
  25. Baltimore* (9-7) Brandon Spikes-ILB Florida- Ray Lewis has to hang em up sooner or later and as a relative of Takeo Spikes...Brandon's bloodlines of an insane NFL LB are there. Spikes could start or fill in at ILB here and there and then take over for Ray when the time comes
  26. Arizona* (10-6) Mike Iupati-OG/OT Idaho- the Cards OL isn't all that good for a solid team. They lost out on Sean Weatherspoon and Brandon Spikes, who could replace Dansby, so they go OL here.
  27. Dallas* (11-5) Trent Williams OT Oklahoma- Cowboys need OL help. Trent blew up the combine, but he was mediocre with they actually played the games. At #27 and considering he's still first round talent, Dallas should go with Williams here
  28. San Diego* (13-3) Ryan Matthews-RB Fresno State- Matthews gets to stay out west. The Chargers could stand to bolster that NT spot with no Jamal Williams, but Matthews is too good to pass up in favor of Terrence Cody
  29. New York Jets* (9-7) Taylor Mays-S USC - Jets could go with a 3-4 DE or a corner like Kyle Wilson, but they opt for Taylor Mays to take over for the departed Kerry Rhodes. Even if the get Darren Sharper, Mays could be an option here as he may be too much of an athlete for Rexy.
  30. Minnesota* (12-4)Kyle Wilson CB Boise State- could've probably used a corner even before Cedric Griffen went down, CB depth was a problem. Wilson would fit right in with Winfield in the midget corner role, tho he makes up for it like Winfield and can be a very solid player for the Vikings.
  31. Indianapolis* (14-2) Bruce Campbell OT Maryland- The Colts may have let up few sacks, but the running game stunk..largely cuz their OL isn't all that great of a unit Campbell is an elite physical talent that hasn't been able to pull it together for a full season. If he pans out, the Colts finally find a replacement for Tarik Glenn
  32. New Orleans* (13-3) Carlos Dunlap-DE Florida- Another highly talented underachiever, Dunlap goes to the Saints who in Gregg Williams scheme...could get the most out of Dunlap.
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