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A SupraMock Draft

 

1. St. Louis (1-15) – Suh – outperforming McCoy at the combine has put him back at the top of Spag’s Draft Board. I know Bradford is the popular pick as of now, but why would the Rams want someone that hasn’t thrown in the past 5 months because of shoulder problems? It's not like the guy's tangibles are off the chart either. And didn’t the Rams have enough injuries at the QB position last year?
 
   2. Detroit (2-14) – Okung – Protect Stafford. Shoulder + Knee injuries = short shelf life.

   3. Tampa Bay (3-13) – McCoy – BPA pick fills one of many holes on the Bucs.

   4. Washington (4-12) – Clausen – Throws one of the prettiest deep balls in the nation [pros or college]. Shanahan also has put up with the arrogant attitude before and has had success.

   5. Kansas City (4-12) – Eric Berry – I actually see Scott Pioli trading back but for the sake of Mocking the Chiefs select arguably the best DB prospect in the last decade.

   6. Seattle (5-11) – Morgan – Ends up replacing Kerney. Kerney is making far too much money for an aging DE whose production is on the decline.

   7. Cleveland (5-11) – Haden – There’s a fast track at the University of Florida. Retained his stock in many scouts eyes.

   8. Oakland (5-11) – Campbell – Cable hopes to address the OL and Campbell just posted one of the best 40 times ever for an offensive tackle. Almost surefire pick here.

   9. Buffalo (6-10) – Bradford – New HC, New QB, fresh start for the Bills

  10. Jacksonville (7-9) – Ronaldo McClain – I realize that the Jags have protection and pass rushing problems but at those 2 positions they’re still very young. Both their OTs will be in their 2nd year next year and their DEs are going into their 3rd year. In the 4-3 defense the ILB has more responsibility than in a 3-4, McClain should be able to come in and start in the 1st game.

  11. Denver – from Chicago (7-9) – Bryant – Marshall and McDaniels don’t mix. I expect Marshall to be traded

12. Miami (7-9) – Graham – Big Ten and a Senior— fits Bill Parcells 1st round tendencies.

  13. San Francisco (8-8) – Spiller – McC has implied he wants a dynamic running back with return capabilities. Their draft board beat writers are assuming has already been set.

  14. Seattle – from Denver (8-8) – Trent Willams – Protecting Hasslebeck or Whinehust will be huge.

  15. New York Giants (8-8) – Earl Thomas – Converted to cornerback. Giants need consistent play from their CBs.

  16. Tennessee (8-8) – Weatherspoon –Bullocks is aging and has underwent knee surgery

  17. San Francisco – from Carolina (8-8) – Pierre Paul –If the 49ers want to be a dominant defensive team they need to get more out of their OLBs. (Haralson, lawson, Brooks)

  18. Pittsburgh (9-7) – Dan Williams – Trendy pick since Casey Hampton is getting up there in age. Though Hampton has been signed to a new deal, it takes some time to groom a nose tackle anyway.

  19. Atlanta (9-7) – Wilson – Desperately in need of a CB

  20. Houston (9-7) – A.Davis – Schaub took a lot of hits last year.

  21. Cincinnati* (10-6) – Taylor Mays  – Not exactly a need, but a want.

  22. New England* (10-6) – Kindle – Can’t have too many pass rushers.

  23. Green Bay* (11-5) – Bulaga – Rodgers knows Jared Allen all too well.

  24. Philadelphia* (11-5) – DunlapTrent Cole needs a sidekick

  25. Baltimore* (9-7) – Benn – They're not going to just stop at Boldin, Newsome wants Flacco to thrive, in what potentially can be one of the top 6 offenses next year.

  26. Arizona* (10-6) – Bowman - A Dansby replacement

  27. Dallas* (11-5) – Tate – Pure BPA pick. That's insurance to both the return game and WRs.
  
  28. San Diego* (13-3) – Mathews – An every down back that the Chargers need.

  29. New York Jets* (9-7) – Odrick – Seems as if the Jets will resign Braylon Edwards and they recently traded for Cromartie— I see the Jets going for a 3-4 end to wait in the wings of Shaun Ellis

  30. Minnesota* (12-4) – Iupati – People don’t expect Iupati to fall this far, but no one expected the consensus best OG from last year [Duke Robinson] to fall all the way to the 5th round. Upgrade over Herrera.

  31. Indianapolis* (14-2) – Price – Yet another trendy pick. Interior line is too soft.

  32. New Orleans* (13-3) – Robinson – With Michael Jenkins converting to safety this year, Saints will be looking for another future CB.

 

 

 

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