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Putting my large Mock in the contest



1 round ya'll

  1. St. Louis (1-15) Jimmy Clausen-QB Notre Dame. I refuse to put Alex Smith Bradford here, so if it makes you feel better, swap him with Bradford below...it changed nothing
  2. Detroit (2-14)Russel Okung-OT Oklahoma State- Suh is NOT BPA. THe BPA is Matt Stafford. Protecting him is priority numero ONE.
  3. Tampa Bay (3-13)Ndamukong Suh- DT Nebraska- Bucs pillage the draft
  4. Washington (4-12) Bruce Campbell-OT Maryland-Athletic marvel and Shany gets a lot out of his tackles. Localish dude too...his potential is similar to Okungs, if he can stay healthy
  5. Kansas City (4-12)Dan Williams-NT Tennessee- Pioli reaches around again, this time for a porker
  6. Seattle (5-11) Gerald McCoy-DT Oklahoma- The SeaChicks love that the Chiefs play the 3-4, they get a better player
  7. Cleveland (5-11)Eric Berry-S-Tennessee- Berry can play CB or S, either way, he upgrades their secondary instantly
  8. Oakland (5-11) Sam Bradford-QB-Oklahoma- JAMACUS sucks. The Raiders did pretty good with an average QB, imagine if they get an above average QB? Well..that's not really Bradford..but he's not going here is he?
  9. Buffalo (6-10)Brian Bulaga-OT-Iowa-no QB's and Trent Williams while a better athlete, has no business as a LT. Bulaga isn't the greatest prospect at LT either, but he's better then Williams.
  10. Jacksonville (7-9) Earl Thomas-S/CB Texas-before Haden? Yes, ET is versatile to be a S or CB, so they can switch him to whatever they want!
  11. Denver - from Chicago (7-9)Rolando McClain ILB-Alabama- BASTARDS!
  12. Miami (7-9) Joe Haden-CB-Florida-best player available and could fit in at safety if he doesn't beat out Davis or Smith at corner
  13. San Francisco (8-8) CJ Spiller-RB-Clemson dynamic playmaker to pair with Gore
  14. Seattle - from Denver (8-8)Derrick Morgan-DE Georgia Tech-hold off on a OT for now. Get a pass rushing terror
  15. New York Giants (8-8) Anthony Davis OT Rutgers-the Andre Smith of the draft, but when he's on the field he's as good as any OT in this draft.
  16. Tennessee (8-8)Sean Weatherspoon-OLB-Mizzou-seems a lot like Kieth Bullock, a man who he'd replace
  17. San Francisco - from Carolina (8-8) Trent Williams-OT-Oklahoma-very athletic, should fit right in at RT
  18. Pittsburgh (9-7)Dez Bryant-WR-OK state- gonna be a trendy pick for now, but Holmes meant a lot to them. Bryant's character concerns are overblown too..I think Bryant could be better then Holmes ever was for them too.
  19. Atlanta (9-7)Brandon Graham-DE-Michigan- Falcons can't rush the QB, but Graham can.
  20. Houston (9-7) Kyle Wilson-CB-Boise State- replace Dunta Robinson with a better, cheaper player. Win-win.
  21. Cincinnati* (10-6)Jason Pierre Paul-DE USF-Boom or bust player, but Marvin Lewis has the luxury of using him rotationally in Cincy. Could turn into a terror under his tutelage.
  22. New England* (10-6)Jared Odrick-DE-PSU-they really miss Seymour, Odrick reminds them of him.
  23. Green Bay* (11-5) Maurkice Pouncey-OC/OG Florida- best available OL on the board. Their OL was atrocious last year protecting Rodgers. Imagine how good he'd be if he didn't have to run for his life?
  24. Philadelphia-Mike Iupati-OG-Idaho- would've loved Pouncey's versatility, but Iupati will have to do. He's fat like Ried likes too.
  25. Baltimore* (9-7)Devin McCourty-CB-Rutgers-solid CB who either goes into their rotation or earns a starting spot
  26. Arizona* (10-6)Terrence Cody-NT-Alabama- A gigantic fat like Cody really can mask deficiencies in a defense.
  27. Dallas* (11-5)Nate Allen FS-USF- really would've like one of the interior OL's to fall, but they didn't. I don't wanna hear the Taylor Mays crap either, so its Allen..who actually can cover.
  28. San Diego* (13-3)Ryan Matthews-RB Fresno State- this is Matthews floor, but he may go a lot earlier then expected. If he falls here, the Chargers are thrilled (and happy that the value of RB's has diminished)
  29. New York Jets* (9-7) Taylor Mays-S-USC- he's an athletic marvel, we all know that. What exact position he plays? Who knows, but leave it to Rexy to invent a position for Mays. Either way, Mays will be knocking the snot out of opposing AFC East opponents.
  30. Minnesota* (12-4) Lamarr Houston DT-Texas- is really the 3rd best DT in this class. Fast and athletic enough to be a DE, big enough to be a DT. Either way, he'd be intriguing for Minny.
  31. Indianapolis* (14-2)Charles Brown-OT USC- Indy (and shake...) breathe a sigh of relief
  32. New Orleans* (13-3) Jermaine Gresham-TE- Oklahoma- more weapons? Can allow them to get rid of Shockey, who's a POS.
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