Friday, April 29, 2011

More love for the NFL draft-2nd/3rd Round Mockery


33. NE-Brooks Reed-OLB-Arizona
Pass rush specialist that has a great motor that coach Bill Belichek will love.
34. BUF-Akeem Ayers-OLB-UCLA
They got a big D-Lineman in Dareus in the 1st round, so now it's time to get a pass rusher in the 2nd.
35. CIN-Andy Dalton-QB-TCU
Eventhough he's small he's very intellegent and should be a solid West Coast QB
36. DEN-Marvin Austin-DT-UNC

They passed on Dareus in the 1st and but they get a similar talent here in the second.
37. CLV-DaQuan Bowers-DE-Clemson
Get a top 10 talent here. They hope Phil Taylor will clog the middle allowing Bowers to roam free on the outside.
38. ARZ-Kyle Rudolph-TE-Notre Dame
Top TE will help Kolb, McNabb, Orton or whoever their new QB is next year.
39. TN-Stephen Paea-DT-Oregon St.
Strong DT who benched 225 and amazing 49 times at the combine. Will help a lackluster run defense immediately
40. DAL-Christian Ballard-DT-Iowa
A solid 4-technique in the Boy's 3-4 defense
41. WAS-Colin Kaepernick-QB-Nevada
Athletic, big and underrated, he'll fit nicely in Mike Shanahan's West Coast Offense.
42. HOU-Aaron Williams-CB-Texas
They wanted Texas' DB Earl Thomas last year, so they'll be thrilled to keep Williams in the state of Texas this year.
43. MIN-Rahim Moore-FS-UCLA
Need a lot of DB help to compete with Mr. Rogers and Packers in the NFC North.
44. DET-Brandon Harris-CB-Miami
See comment above.
45. SF-Ras-I Dowling-CB-Virginia
The run on DB's continues as the 49ers get a solid corner that they need.
46. DEN-Lance Kendricks-TE-Wisconsin
They go offense here and give Tim Tebow an underneath option who has a similar size/skill set to Tebow's college TE Aaron Hernandez.
47. SL-Leonard Hankerson-WR-Miami
A solid pass catcher with good size and skill. Sam Bradford needs wideouts.
48.OAK-Ryan Mallet-QB-Arkansas
It makes too much sense. I think the Raiders will in fact trade up for Mallet. He's cocky and has character issues (including failing a drug test), sounds like a Raider to me. He also has a rocket arm and the Raiders have several fast WR's that can stretch the field including my boy Jacoby Ford, former Gator Louis Murphy and former #7 pick Darius Hayward-Bay. Mallet to Oakland makes too much sense.
49. WAS-Greg Little-WR-UNC
Little in name, massive in size for a WR (6-3/230). A prototypical West Coast wideout.
50. SD-Jabaal Sheard-OLB/DE-Pittsburgh
They get a pash rusher they really need.
51. TB-Bruce Carter-OLB-UNC
A perfit fit as a weakside LB in a Tampa 2 defense.
52. NYG-Mikel LeShoure-RB-Illinois
The Giants will be drooling at the mouth if this RB slips to them.
53. IND-Titus Young-WR-Boise St.
A small, speedy weapon to stretch the field a return kicks. He played insanely fast on the turf in Boise and will do the same in Indy.
54. PHL-Davon House-CB-New Mexico St.
Corner is the biggest need in Philly. An underrated prospect who has seen his stock rise.
55. KC-Rodney Hudson-C/G-FSU
A solid player with great character that started 4 years in college. Can start at guard right away and then be groomed to play center.
56. NE-Torrey Smith-WR-Maryland
The rich get richer as the Pats get another weapon for Mr. Brady
57. SEA-Allen Bailey-DE/DT-Miami
Bailey's versatility to play any spot on the D-Line is why the Seahawks need him here.
58. BAL-Martez Wilson-ILB-Illinois
The young man will be groomed by one of the greatest LB's ever in Ray Lewis
59. CLV-Marcus Cannon-G-OT-TCU
More beef (6-5/338) to make holes for Madden cover boy Peyton Hillis in Cleveland.
60. NE-Drake Nevis-DT-LSU
A solid 3 technique DT for the Pats defense. The Patriots love drafting guys from the SEC
61. SD-Kendrick Ellis-NT-Hampton
He has some character issues and played at a small school, but he plays mean and has great size (6-5/338) to be a starting nose tackle
62. CHI-Quinton Carter-SS-Oklahoma
They got a good free safety last year in Major Wright now they get a hard hitting strong safety too.
63. PIT-Benjamin Ilajana-OT/G-Villanova
More beef up front for the Steelers.
64. GB-Ryan Williams-RB-Virginia Tech
An insurance policy in case Ryan Grant gets injured again.


65. CAR-John Moffit-G-Wisconsin
66. CIN-Jarvis Jenkins-DT-Clemson
67. DEN-Sam Acho-DE-Texas
68. BUF-Orlando Franklin-OT/G-Miami
69. ARZ-Justin Houston-OLB-Georgia
70. KC-Dahntay Moch-OLB-Nevada
71. DAL-Will Rackley-G/OT-Lehigh
72. NO-Robert Sands-FS-WVU
73. HOU-Casey Matthews-ILB-Oregon
74. NE-Curtis Brown-CB-Texas
75. DET-Jah Reid-OT-UCF
76. SF-Jerrell Powe-NT-Ole Miss
77. TN-Quan Sturdivant-ILB-UNC
78. SL-DeMarco Murray-RB-Oklahoma
79. MIA-Daniel THomas-RB-Kansas St.
80. JAX-Greg Romeus-DE-Pittsburgh
81. OAK-James Brewer-OT/G-Indiana
82. SD-Tandon Doss-WR-Indiana
83. NYG-Stephen Wisniewski-G/C-Penn St.
84. TB-Chimdi Chekwa-CB-Ohio St.
85. PHL-Mason Foster-LB-Washington
86. KC-Marcus Gilbert-OT/G-Florida
87. IND-Johnny Paterick-CB-Louisville
88. NO-Jeremy Beal-DE-Oklahoma
89. SD-Jason Pinkston-OT-Pittsburgh
90. BAL-Randall Cobb-WR-Kentucky
91. ATL-Jurrell Casey-DE-USC
92. NE-Kendall Hunter-RB-OK St.
93. CHI-Jerrel Jernigan-WR-Troy
94. NYJ-Ross Homan-ILB-Ohio St.
95. PIT-Greg Jones-ILB-Michigan St.
96. GB-Shareece Wright-CB-USC
97. CAR-Nate Irving-LB-NC St.

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