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909's 2 rounder

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Chargerfn909, Apr 18, 2010.

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    Complete 2 round mock. I should have 3rd done by tonight and am tying to complete a round per day leading up to the draft.

    Round 1




    1. Rams
    team Pick Breakdown... Sam Bradford
    QB from Oklahoma
    It's that time. The Ram's have passed on a few QB's that have started out strong. I, personally would not draft Bradford here, I would wait for 2011 and draft either Locker or Mallett but all signs point to the Ram's pullin the trigger on Sammy.


    2. Lions
    team Pick Breakdown... Russell Okung
    OT from Oklahoma State
    SURPRISE!! No Suh! The Lions NEED a LT to protect their former 1st round pick and Okung is the man. Bringing in Burleson to pair up with Megatron will be very nice for Stafford, now with Okung he will have some time to actually throw the ball downfield and really help that offense out!


    3. Buccaneers
    team Pick Breakdown... Ndamukong Suh
    DT from Nebraska
    The Bucs are in heaven when they see Suh fall to them. Since Sapp left they have been in dire need of a dominant DT and lady's and gents this man will be JUST that!


    4. Redskins
    team Pick Breakdown... Gerald McCoy
    DT from Oklahoma
    With Okung off the board the 'Skins are not going to reach for another OT when they can get an impact DT. Haynesworth seems to be on his way out and McCoy will be a great 3-4 DE.


    5. Chiefs
    team Pick Breakdown... Eric Berry
    SS, FS from Tennessee
    Eric Berry is the 2nd best defensive player in the draft (behind Suh) and is going to be a wonderful pro in the NFL. Chiefs CANNOT pass on him.


    6. Seahawks
    team Pick Breakdown... Bryan Bulaga
    OT from Iowa
    Buluga is a solid OT. Some question if he can play LT in the NFL but I think he can. With the aging (and possibly done) Walter Jones the 'Hawks HAVE to address this, and address it now.


    7. Browns
    team Pick Breakdown... Joe Haden
    CB from Florida
    Haden is the best CB in the draft and will be able to step right in and contribute from day 1.


    8. Raiders
    team Pick Breakdown... Trent Williams
    OT from Oklahoma

    Trent ran a 4.88 @ the Combine. Some will have Campbell or Mays here, however if Al has anything left in the tank he takes Williams to help anchor down that O line.


    9. Bills
    team Pick Breakdown... Dan Williams
    DT from Tennessee

    This may seem like a bit of a reach but the Bills are going to a 3-4 and have no one to play NT. Taking the best NT in the draft will help them anchor down the inside of the D.


    10. Jaguars
    team Pick Breakdown... Derrick Morgan
    DE from Georgia Tech

    Morgan is a great pass rusher that could morph into a Dwight Freeney type of player. The Jags MAY trade down here, otherwise Morgan would be a great choice


    11. Broncos
    team Pick Breakdown... Rolando McClain
    ILB from Alabama

    The Broncos grab the best ILB in the draft. McClain has some serious upside and could be the great in the NFL.


    12. Dolphins
    team Pick Breakdown... Brandon Graham
    DE from Michigan

    This may seem like an extreme reach, however Graham is a Dumbervil replica that could be better against the run. With Mike Nolan running that D he is going to do all he can to land this guy to play opposite of the newly acquired Karlos Dansby.


    13. 49ers
    team Pick Breakdown... Anthony Davis
    OT from Rutgers

    Davis is a beast. With some Singletary discipline this guy could really help out that O line.


    14. Seahawks
    team Pick Breakdown... Dez Bryant
    WR from Oklahoma State

    After failing to acquire Brandon Marshall, Carroll looks to the next best thing. Bryant has had some character concerns, but has very high upside. He will pair up nicely with TJ.


    15. Giants
    team Pick Breakdown... Sean Weatherspoon
    OLB from Missouri

    Pierce is gone and the Giants have a gaping hole inside that D. Weatherspoon is a high intensity play maker that will bolster that D immedietly.


    16. Titans
    team Pick Breakdown... Jason Pierre-Paul
    DE from South Florida

    A speedy, athletic freak that could be an absolute beast. At 16, Pierre-Paul isn't as much of a risk as if he was taken in the top 10 and definitely posseses the athletisicm to make it in the NFL.


    17. 49ers
    team Pick Breakdown... Sergio Kindle
    OLB from Texas

    The 9'ers need some help with the pass rush and Sergio can certainly do that.


    18. Steelers
    team Pick Breakdown... Earl Thomas
    SS, FS from Texas

    The Steelers need some help in the secondary. We saw what happened when Troy went down last year and they cannot afford that to happen again. Beyond that Earl would pair up very nicely with Troy.


    19. Falcons
    team Pick Breakdown... Carlos Dunlap
    DE from Florida

    Dunlap will make a good 4-3 DE. The Falcons could use some help with their pass rush and I think Dunlap is very capable.


    20. Texans
    team Pick Breakdown... Kyle Wilson
    CB from Boise State

    Wilson will step in and replace Robinson, day 1. In my opinion Wilson could be a pro bowl CB year after year.


    21. Bengals
    team Pick Breakdown... Jermaine Gresham
    TE from Oklahoma

    The Bengals need a big target to help Carson out. Gresham is an absolute stud and will help out that offense a lot.


    22. Patriots
    team Pick Breakdown... C.J. Spiller
    RB from Clemson

    The Patriots find the biggest home run threat drop down to them at 22. CJ will be a great compliment to Maroney and return kicks as well.


    23. Packers
    team Pick Breakdown... Bruce Campbell
    OT from Maryland

    The Packers clearly need some help on that O line. Campbell is a physical specimen. He is a bit of a reach right here but the sky is the limit for this kid.


    24. Eagles
    team Pick Breakdown... Taylor Mays
    FS from USC

    The Eagles have been missing something ever since Dawkins left to Denver. Mays is a thumper that will come in and make an immediate impact. He could also see some time at LB


    25. Ravens
    team Pick Breakdown... Jared Odrick
    DT from Penn State

    Odrick is a beast. Standing at 6'6'' and weiging in at 305 Jared has fast violent hands. He can help inside or move outside to really help with the pass rush, this guy has Raven written all over him.


    26. Cardinals
    team Pick Breakdown... Terrence Cody
    DT from Alabama

    Big Cody is a TRUE 3-4 NT and will help hold down the interior of the Cardinals D.


    27. Cowboys
    team Pick Breakdown... Mike Iupati
    OG from Idaho

    Big earth mover that will help further improve the run game. His feet look too slow to play OT in the NFL, but he can move people, and move people in a hurry when run blocking.


    28. Chargers
    team Pick Breakdown... Brian Price
    DT from UCLA

    One of the more fast, disruptive DT's off the ball Price will play the 5T in a 3-4 and really help out the OLB's for the Chargers. Playing opposite of Luis Castillo could make a pretty nice combo.


    29. Jets
    team Pick Breakdown... Everson Griffen
    DE from USC

    The Jets could use alittle help with the pass rush. Griffen is an athletic freak that will thrive in Rex's D.


    30. Vikings
    team Pick Breakdown... Jahvid Best
    RB from California

    Best and Peterson could become the best 1-2 combo in the NFL. Immedietely stepping in for Chester Taylor, Best has home run threat written all over him. He may develop into a 3 down guy, but for now he comes in as a 3rd down back and he can split off into the slot opposite of Percy to create a matchup hell for opposing D's.


    31. Colts
    team Pick Breakdown... Devin McCourty
    CB from Rutgers

    The Colts land a good one here. McCourty is a Special Teams demon that can possibly come in and start at CB as well.


    32. Saints
    team Pick Breakdown... Jerry Hughes
    OLB from TCU

    The Saints grab a pass rusher here. Hughes is a high motor guy that will help the Saints improve their sack totals in 2010.
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    Round 2



    1. Rams
    team Pick Breakdown... Golden Tate
    WR from Notre Dame


    2. Lions
    team Pick Breakdown... Ryan Mathews
    RB from Fresno State


    3. Buccaneers
    team Pick Breakdown... Demaryius Thomas
    WR from Georgia Tech


    4. Chiefs
    team Pick Breakdown... Charles Brown
    OT from USC


    5. Eagles
    team Pick Breakdown... Sean Lee
    ILB from Penn State


    6. Browns
    team Pick Breakdown... Jimmy Clausen
    QB from Notre Dame


    7. Raiders
    team Pick Breakdown... Maurkice Pouncey
    OT from Florida


    8. Chargers
    team Pick Breakdown... Ben Tate
    RB from Auburn


    9. Bills
    team Pick Breakdown... Colt McCoy
    QB from Texas


    10. Buccaneers
    team Pick Breakdown... Daryl Washington
    ILB from TCU


    11. Broncos
    team Pick Breakdown... Arrelious Benn
    WR from Illinois


    12. Patriots
    team Pick Breakdown... Ricky Sapp
    OLB from Clemson


    13. Broncos
    team Pick Breakdown... Kareem Jackson
    CB from Alabama


    14. Giants
    team Pick Breakdown... Patrick Robinson
    CB from Florida State


    15. Patriots
    team Pick Breakdown... Arthur Jones
    DT from Syracuse


    16. Panthers
    team Pick Breakdown... Brandon LaFell
    WR from LSU


    17. Browns
    team Pick Breakdown... Koa Misi
    DE, OLB from Utah


    18. Chiefs
    team Pick Breakdown... Morgan Burnett
    SS, FS from Georgia Tech


    19. Texans
    team Pick Breakdown... Lamarr Houston
    DT from Texas


    20. Steelers
    team Pick Breakdown... Damian Williams
    WR from USC


    21. Patriots
    team Pick Breakdown... Mardy Gilyard
    WR from Cincinnati


    22. Bengals
    team Pick Breakdown... Chad Jones
    SS, FS from LSU


    23. Eagles
    team Pick Breakdown... Dominique Franks
    CB from Oklahoma


    24. Packers
    team Pick Breakdown... Nate Allen
    FS from South Florida


    25. Ravens
    team Pick Breakdown... Aaron Hernandez
    TE from Florida


    26. Cardinals
    team Pick Breakdown... Rob Gronkowski
    TE from Arizona


    27. Cowboys
    team Pick Breakdown... Reshad Jones
    FS from Georgia


    28. Seahawks
    team Pick Breakdown... Jonathan Dwyer
    RB from Georgia Tech


    29. Jets
    team Pick Breakdown... Cam Thomas
    DT from North Carolina


    30. Vikings
    team Pick Breakdown... Navorro Bowman
    OLB from Penn State


    31. Colts
    team Pick Breakdown... Jason Worilds
    DE, OLB from Virginia Tech


    32. Saints
    team Pick Breakdown... Perrish Cox
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    i like it but i dont like the price pick, i much rather have cody imo,but what would your 3rd be?
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    Cody is gone..


    Troup is my 3rd pick and is going to be a manster NT.

    My Bolt mock goes like this:

    Brian Price (34 DE)
    Ben Tate (RB)
    Torrell Troup (NT)
    Brandon Spikes (ILB)
    Kam Chancellor (SS)
    Marcus Easely OR Byham (WR) (H-Back/TE)
    E. Cook (C)
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    o ok that answers all my questions now lol, but wouldnt u rather take jamar chaney than brandon spikes, n the Kam Chancellor pick is genius i love this kid,and just to throw this out there i say pass up on marcus easely and byham and put another running back because sproles probally will be traded
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    That would be a great draft as it addresses all our needs.
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    If Sproles is traded, then we will end up with another 2nd probably. So we can get 2 RB's in the 2nd.

    By the way, Tate is projected as a 2nd/3rd by draftcount down. If that is true, #40 may be a bit early, especially since only 2 will probably be off the board in the 1st (Spiller and Mathews, Best has too many health issues)
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    i know we will have another 2nd rounder but if we had another second i rather take ben tate first, then id grab tyson alau, or a safety like the safety from georgia tech
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    I applaud you for the following ....

    Troup over the impostor Cam Thomas
    Spikes regardless of what the "experts" say about his speed
    Chancellor because everyone knows that I love VT :yes:

    Unfortunately, Chancellor isn't a very good cover safety. Not only are in-the-box safeties becoming extinct ... we already have one. :yes:
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    this is what id do if we got a extra second

    Brian Price (34 DE)
    Daryl Washington (ILB)
    Ben Tate(RB)
    Torrell Troup (NT)
    Toby Gehart (RB)
    Kam Chancellor (SS)
    Freddie Barnes (WR)
    E. Cook (C)
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    So you would go Price (DE) in round 1, Alualu (DE) and Tate in 2, and Troup in the 3rd? That would rebuild our whole DL in one draft. I think going after a SS or ILB rather than a 2nd DE in the 2nd round.
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    i wouldnt mind rebuilding the line like that, but nah the more i think bout it, if we get a earlier pick than 40 for sproles id want Daryl Washington (ILB),Jerry Hughes(DE/OLB), OR Morgan Burnett i think thats his name safety from GT
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    My mock draft to this point....(no trades included)

    1st. RB Ryan Mathews
    2nd. NT Torrell Troup
    3rd. DT/DE Geno Atkins
    4th. ILB Jamar Chaney
    5th. QB Jonathan Crompton
    5th. TE Michael Hoomanawanui
    7th. RB Keiland Williams
    7th. RB Alphonso Smith


    But I could see us going in different directions with a lot of these picks.
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    Why not Mathews, Alualu, and Daryl Washington (with the pick Sproles gets us)
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    matthews wont be there i like washington hes a beast
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    Why wouldn't Mathews be there?
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    At #40? :icon_huh:.. and i thought you said we would not draft a DE early and were tiring of the "fools" who would consider it?

    And where are we getting the extra 7th?
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    ryan matthews will most likely be gone before our 28th pic, new england or houston will snatch him up
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    New England has 5 RB's on their roster and would benefit more from a Mcluster or Jahvid Best type player than another 220lb back like Maroney, Taylor, and Morris. They also desperatley need to fix their pass rush, the O-line needs work, they need a corner, and to tend to their WR situation with Welker injured and Moss heading out. New England will not draft Ryan Mathews.

    Houston's #1 CB is Glover Quinn.....need I say more? They play in a division with Peyton Manning, they just lost Dunta Robinson, they already have Steve Slaton and this draft is stocked full of big RB's that could compliment him. When I inquired to Texans fans about the situation, they said it would be completely uncharacteristic of Gary Kubiak. Mathews is a small possibility, but if I were a Texans fan I'd be begging them to take Kyle Wilson, Earl Thomas, or Kareem Jackson.



    I'm more worried about a team like New Orleans trading up ahead of us. They seem to be pushing out Pierre Thomas.
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    you forgot maroney is slow and fumbles theyre tired of it,taylor is old and ineffective morris is not that strong of a runner, they will draft a running back and y not matthews?

    and true houston does have bigger needs i could see them getting earl thomas, but they still are a canidate
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    Troup played some NT at UCF, and says he's more than capable of playing it at the next level. I've read more than a few articles that call him an classic NT prospect. His playing weight is around 330lbs.

    Heres a scouting report, I have a couple more from a couple other good sites if your interested. I highlighted some key phrases.

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    not sure what to make of this mock

    Brandon Graham played LB at Michigan. Never watched him once play DE.

    Guess there is no difference in today's game

    And Jahvid Best to Minny?

    maybe
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    We'll heres an entire 8 minute video of Graham playing nothing but DE.
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    damn,

    so if he puts his hand down it makes him a DE?

    Shows what I know

    :icon_eek:

    He was the best player on a pathetic Michigan defense.
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    Come on now, the kid knows what he's talking about! :icon_rofl: Just ask him! :yes:
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    Its pretty simple, Graham is listed on every draft board as a DE or a 3-4 OLB....am I wrong?:icon_shrug:
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    Not saying Troup isnt a NT, i was refering to you having Atkins in your mock for our 3rd round pick.
    I do however think that #40 is too high for Troup. Just dont see him going that high even though id agree that because he can play NT he will go higher than he should as will Cam Thomas.
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    IMO Chaney will not be there for our 4th pick.

    I am ok w/ Byham instead of Easely, but I do not think we need to draft another RB. We could try to grab a Stafon Johnson UDFA.

    IF Sproles is traded this mock changes dramatically.
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    Chargerfn909 High and tight kid, high and tight!

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    Spikes plays a ton faster than his timed speed. He would be an absolute steal in the 4th

    Chancellor is the poor mans Mays. Same size, hits like a mack truck but isn't the best in coverage. I still like the guy bc he would put the fear of God in every WR that came across the middle. Unless Ellison starts laying the wood, we NEED a sledge hammer there.

    I have a big man crush on Troup, I think it's pretty well documented :smile:
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    NOPE

    He was a DE in their 3-4 but he wont be one in the NFL. OLB is where he will play.

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