Two Round Mock With a Couple of Trades

Trade #1 - Dallas trades it's #9 overall to New England for it's #17 overall, #60 overall, and #92 overall. 

Trade #2 - Buffalo trades it's 2nd (#34 overall), it's first fourth rounder (#99 overall) and 6th rounder (#164 overall) to Atlanta for their first round pick (#27 overall). 

First Round 

1. Carolina - Da'Quan Bowers DE - The #1 pick, in my mind, is Fairley's or Bowers to lose.  Who Carolina picks might come down to offseason workouts and interviews, and I think Bowers will edge Fairley out.

2. Denver - Nick Fairley DT - No brainer pick if available.

3. Buffalo - Patrick Peterson CB - This is the same team that picked C.J. Spillers at #10 overall and didn't play him much.  Who knows what to predict.  

4. Cincinnati - A.J. Green WR - The campaign to appease Carson Palmer is culminated with this amazing WR

5. Arizona - Von Miller OLB - Arizona adds a much needed edge rusher.

6. Cleveland - Marcel Dareus DT - The Browns lose out on A.J. Green but find a worthwhile alternative. 

7. San Francisco - Prince Amukamara CB - Tough, physical, and in the mold of a Harbaugh player.  

8. Tennessee - Blaine Gabbert QB - This pick will get a lukewarm reception from Titan's fans but Gabbert has to go somewhere early and Tennessee is as good a fit as any.

9. New England (from Dallas) - Robert Quinn OLB - New England lands a very solid player and makes a trade with Dallas that benefits both teams.  

10. Washington - Julio Jones WR - After deciding on a QB through trade or free agency, Washington ignores their defensive needs and takes the best player available.  

11. Houston - Aldon Smith OLB - With no CB or S that appeals here, Houston takes this stud for their new 3-4.  

12. Minnesota - Cam Newton QB - The Vikings become an even tougher team to defend with this pick.

13. Detroit - Nate Solder OT - The Lions pass on any CB and take someone they hope can protect Stafford.  

14. St. Louis - Cameron Jordan DE - With no stud WR still available, the Rams take the best defensive player available.

15. Miami - Ryan Mallet QB - Miami can't resist Mallet's strong arm and take a risk with a questionable QB

16. Jacksonville - Ryan Kerrigan DE - The Jags can't get to the QB and Kerrigan can, even better than Adrian Clayborn.

17. Dallas - Gabe Carimi OT - Dallas lands the player they were targeting all along.  Solid pick, and Romo is very happy.

18. San Diego - J.J. Watt DE - The Chargers very good defense just gets better.  Scary thought.  

19. New York GiantsJimmy Smith CB - A CB who is 6'2" over 200lbs and can run a low 4.4?  His college stats were impressive too.  He won't last much longer than this.  

20. Tampa Bay - Adrian Clayborn DE - Though I am not a big fan of Clayborn's, his physical talents and production are hard to overlook. He will be a solid 4-3 DE

21. Kansas City - Akeem Ayers OLB - The Chiefs pick a guy who has a lot of raw ability but was miscast at UCLA.  Ayers can do just about anything.  Can rush, cover, and tackle, though plays soft often.

22. Indianapolis - Anthony Castonzo OT - The Colts offensive line needs more help than Rosie O'donnell at a beauty pageant.

23. Philadelphia - Derek Sherrod OT - Very good OT here who can step in immediately.  

24. New Orleans - Mark Ingram RB - The Saints are pleasantly surprised to see Ingram fall to them.  For my money, I would get rid of Reggie Bush.

25. Seattle - Cameron Heyward DE - The Seahawks land some much needed help up front and pass on Locker in the first.

26. Baltimore - Jonathan Baldwin WR - The Ravens draft a stud WR to "grow" with Flacco.  

27. Buffalo (from Atlanta) - Justin Houston OLB - Buffalo jumps the Jets, the Pats, and Green Bay and lands a very solid 3-4 OLB.  

28. New England - Mike Pouncey OG - No more concerns with LG.  

29. Chicago - Tyron Smith OT - Tyron Smith falls because of his size, or lack thereof.  

30. New York JetsRahim Moore S - The Jets, believe it or not, take another DB, this time hoping for a playmaker. 

31. Green Bay - Ben Ijalena OT - From what I have read, Ijalena can play tackle or guard effectively.  

32. Pittsburgh - Brandon Harris CB - The Steelers land a decent CB to add to their already amazing defense.  

2nd Round 

33. New England - Cory Liuget DT - A quality 5 technique and the third quality player for the Patriots in this draft.  

34. Atlanta - Kyle Rudolph TE - Atlanta lands the player they targeted all along, and they get him in the second.  

35. Cincinnati - Stephen Paea DT - The Bengals forsake greater needs elsewhere and take the best player available

36. Denver - Phil Taylor DT - The "new" Phil Taylor is a ripped 330 and can be very effective in Denver's new 4-3. 

37. Cleveland - Titus Young WR - The Browns attempt to give Colt McCoy a new deep threat.  However, can Colt throw deep?

38. Arizona - Aaron Williams CB - Arizona lands a decent CB to help shore up their woeful team.  They probably go the free agent route for QB.

39. Tennessee - Leonard Hankerson WR - With this solid WR, the Titans have the makings of a solid team, on paper.

40. Dallas - Steve Wisniewski C - Dallas adds the best center in the draft, and at #40, a good value.  

41. Washington - Martez Wilson LB - Wilson can rush the QB or play on the inside too.  OLB or ILB?  

42. Houston - DeAndre McDaniel SS - Houston addresses it's horrible secondary with a solid second round selection

43. Minnesota - Muhammad Wilkerson DT - Wilkerson slides more than expected for two reasons.  1) He is raw 2) There has already been tons of d-linemen picked

44. Detroit - Torrey Smith WR - The Lions can't find a CB they like and address it through free agency.  In the meantime, they land DHB part two!  Actually, a solid deep threat for Stafford.

45. San Francisco - Mikel Leshoure RB - I think Leshoure is a little overvalued in the late first.  I like him in the early second and I think he can fit the 49ers mold.  

46. Denver - Mason Foster LB - Denver lands one of my favorite players in the draft.  Foster is a tackling machine who brings the wood and is undervalued in coverage.  

47. St. Louis - Randall Cobb WR - A very speedy and explosive threat for Sam Bradford.  

48. Oakland - Marvin Austin DT - The Raiders, big surprise, take a chance on this character risk.  

49. Jacksonville - Quinton Carter FS - The Jags land a solid safety who can contribute immediately.  

50. San Diego - Danny Watkins OT - Watkins is a very underrated player who might help Ryan Matthews develop as much as anybody.  

51. Tampa Bay - Rodney Hudson OG/C - The Bucs take a chance on this undersized but talented player.  C or OG?

52. New York Giants - Bruce Carter OLB - Though Carter could possibly slip to the third, his talent is of the first round variety.  

53. Indianapolis - Drake Nevis DT - Nevis would be a decent fit for the Colts and at #53, is a steal.  

54. Philadelphia - K.J. Wright OLB - The Eagles take a stud of a player who many people have not heard of.  

55. Kansas City - Jerrel Jernigan WR - Jernigan is possibly the best player available and matches up perfectly with the Chiefs needs.  This WR class is showing itself to be pretty deep.  

56. New Orleans - Christian Ballard DE - Ballard's best fit is as a 4-3 DE and he lands in a great place.  

57. Seattle - Jake Locker QB - Seatlle sweats it out and finally lands their QB.  I don't think he will be good though.  

58. Baltimore - Curtis Brown CB - The Ravens draft a CB who is starter quality.  

59. Atlanta - Pernell McPhee DE - Pernell McPhee is an underrated stud who fits with the Falcons nicely.  

60. Dallas (From New England) - Allen Bailey DE - I think Allen Bailey is a horrible football player but if coached up, he might have the tools to succeed.  

61. San Diego - Deunta Williams FS - If the Chargers lose Eric Weddle, this pick becomes more important.  Williams could slide to the third, or maybe the fourth.  He has second round talent.  

62. Chicago - William Rackley OG - The Bears fortify their O-line even more and find a guard that might prevent Cutler from hurting his other knee.  

63. Green Bay - Ryan Williams RB - The Packers land a RB that, with the emergence of Starks, might not be the biggest need, but this talent is hard to pass on.  

64. Pittsburgh - Jason Pinkston OG - Hometown boy plays next to Maurkice Pouncey for the next ten years.  Good value, big need, good pick.  

Log In Sign Up

Log In Sign Up

Forgot password?

We'll email you a reset link.

If you signed up using a 3rd party account like Facebook or Twitter, please login with it instead.

Forgot password?

Try another email?

Almost done,

By becoming a registered user, you are also agreeing to our Terms and confirming that you have read our Privacy Policy.


You must be a member of to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at You should read them.


You must be a member of to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at You should read them.




Choose an available username to complete sign up.

In order to provide our users with a better overall experience, we ask for more information from Facebook when using it to login so that we can learn more about our audience and provide you with the best possible experience. We do not store specific user data and the sharing of it is not required to login with Facebook.