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 Tempus # 1 said:
I want Nick Fairley, Marcell Dareus or Jones
f**k Nick Fairley......I want Marcell or Jones
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NFL Mock Draft - 1/10/2011

Round 1

1. Carolina Panthers
Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU: Peterson is the best player in the country, and the new Collective Bargaining Agreement - whenever it is hammered out - will included a restructured rookie pay scale and won't restrict teams from taking a corner this high. If the value of stellar cornerback play was ever proven it was in the divisional round of the playoffs -- when the Ravens and Jets kept Dwayne Bowe (zero catches) and Reggie Wayne (one catch for one yard) silent.

2. Denver Broncos
Marcell Dareus, DT, Alabama: The Broncos haven't invested a first-round pick on a true defensive lineman since 1997 (Florida DE Jarvis Moss, drafted in 2007, was moved to OLB). Whether Denver remains in the 3-4 or switches to the 4-3, Dareus' bulk and strength make him a logical candidate to build a defense around.

3. Buffalo Bills
Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn: Fairley might be the draft's most talented prospect. Teams are worried about the fact that he's only been a dominant player for one season. Still, for a team building a defensive line, Fairley's upside and versatility make sense.

4. Cincinnati Bengals
A.J. Green, WR, Georgia: With the T.O.-Ochocinco duo likely out the door, the Bengals will have to convince themselves they've seen enough development from Jerome Simpson to pass on Green. Certainly Cincinnati has bigger needs than wide receiver, but sometimes the best way to build a team is to simply take the best available player.

5. Arizona Cardinals
Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina: The Cardinals would love to see an elite quarterback available here, but opinions are divided on the long-terms prospects of Ryan Mallett, Blaine Gabbert and Jake Locker. For the Cardinals' 3-4 scheme to gain some bite they need to improve their pass rush. Outside linebackers Joey Porter and Clark Haggans had five sacks apiece last year and both turn 34 next year. Quinn played defensive end for North Carolina, but possesses the agility to convert to outside linebacker. Don't let his yearlong suspension fool you, the Tar Heels loved him and are endorsing him to NFL teams.

6. Cleveland Browns
Da'Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson: Whether the Browns remain in the 3-4 or switch the 4-3 alignment that team president Mike Holmgren has preferred throughout his NFL career, drafting Bowers makes sense. The ACC Defensive Player of the Year isn't as explosive off the edge as his nation-leading 15.5 sacks would suggest, but he's an ascending player with terrific upside.

7. San Francisco 49ers
Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri: With the singular exception of quarterback, the 49ers are the most talented team in the NFC West and have to strongly consider adding a veteran passer rather than waiting to fill the position through the draft. Should they wait, Gabbert's strong arm could unleash the big-play potential of Vernon Davis, Michael Crabtree and Josh Morgan.

8. Tennessee Titans
Cam Newton, QB, Auburn: Titans' owner Bud Adams might be able to have his cake and eat it too. In retaining head coach Jeff Fisher, he correctly chose the leader of his team. With the playmaking Newton still on the board, however, he can get a Vince Young clone.

9. Dallas Cowboys
Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa: Excluding outside linebackers DeMarcus Ware and Anthony Spencer (college defensive ends) the Cowboys spent one first-round pick this decade on the big men up front (DE Marcus Spears, 2005). Dallas could use a highly rated offensive tackle here, but with no OT worthy of this pick, they shift to the defensive side of the ball or trade down. Clayborn's production dropped this season, but not his value in the eyes of scouts, who view him as the top senior defensive lineman (and among the safer prospects) in the draft.

10. Washington Redskins
Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas : Mike Shanahan needs to find a new quarterback if the Redskins are going to win games -- and Shanahan is to keep his job. Not every team is convinced Mallett has the leadership to be successful in the pros, but there is no denying his talented right arm.

11. Houston Texans
Akeem Ayers, OLB, UCLA: Adding Wade Phillips will improve the Texans' defense but if the conversion to the 3-4 defense is going to work effectively, Houston will also need to add speed off the edge. The Texans can hope for a bounce-back performance from Brian Cushing or look to the draft for help. Ayers' 6-4, 255-pound frame and athleticism make him an ideal candidate.

12. Minnesota Vikings
Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska: Antoine Winfield remains one of the top all-around cornerbacks in the NFL, but next year will be his 13th season and depth opposite and behind him is lacking despite the franchise's investment in Chris Cook and Cedric Griffin. Amukamara entered the year as scouts' No. 1-ranked senior prospect. His play this season has only confirmed his reputation among the top prospects in the country at any position.

13. Detroit Lions
Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M: Miller is viewed by some scouts as the top senior prospect in the draft and would be a value at this point. However, at 6-2, 243, he lacks the bulk to play in the 3-4 and therefore could drop a bit with most of the teams in the top 10 using that three-man front. The Lions struck gold with the addition of defensive linemen Ndamukong Suh and Kyle Vanden Bosch, but need help at linebacker. Miller, the Butkus Award winner as the nation's top linebacker, would be a perfect fit.

14. St. Louis Rams
Julio Jones, WR, Alabama: The Rams have their young franchise quarterback in Sam Bradford and a workhorse runner in All-Pro Steven Jackson, but desperately need help outside. Jones lacks elite stopwatch speed, but his size, strength and three years of consistent standout play in the ultra-competitive SEC make him an ideal candidate to make an immediate impact.

15. Miami Dolphins
Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama: Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams are free agents, and Williams has already said he wants to move on to a contender. Ingram, the 2009 Heisman Trophy winner, would give the Dolphins a reliable lead back to build around.

16. Jacksonville Jaguars
Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue: Jacksonville general manager Gene Smith stunned the league last year with the selection of former Cal standout Tyson Alualu. Smith has looked like a genius since, as former Golden Bears' motor and versatility made him an immediate contributor for the Jaguars. Smith could use a similar strategy in 2010 with Kerrigan, another hard-charging player who won't wow scouts in workouts, but whose consistency and versatility make sense in the Jags' varied defensive alignments.

17. New England Patriots (from Oakland)
J.J. Watt, DE, Wisconsin: Since the 2007 draft Bill Belichick used 10 selections in the top 100 on the back seven of his defense, but only one pick on the defensive line. The Patriots' success started with first-round picks such as Richard Seymour, Ty Warren and Vince Wilfork. Watt's size (6-6, 290) makes him an ideal defensive end for the 3-4 and his non-stop motor would be a welcome addition for a team needing some enthusiasm.

18. San Diego Chargers
Aldon Smith, DE, Missouri: San Diego could fall in love with Smith, whose burst off the edge could make him a similarly effective standup edge rusher to the jettisoned Shawne Merriman.

19. NY Giants
Tyron Smith, OT, Southern California: Hot and cold performances from the Giants' offensive line caused consistency issues. David Diehl has been a serviceable left tackle, but might be best suited inside or at right tackle. The Giants aren't likely to rely on Shawn Andrews as a possible replacement because of chronic back problems. Instead, New York could take advantage of a solid, albeit unspectacular class of tackles. Smith might be the least pro-ready of the top tackles, but has great upside. The Giants draft on upside more than most and could make Smith the surprise first tackle selected here.

20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Cameron Jordan, DE, California: It serves as a testament to Raheem Morris' coaching that the Bucs improved to 10-6 in 2010 and finished just out of the playoffs despite very little in terms of a consistent pass rush. In fact, Tampa Bay was led by Stylez White's 4.5 sacks. Jordan isn't a dynamic edge rusher, but he has some upfield burst and has forceful hands. He could lead this team in sacks as a rookie.

21. Kansas City Chiefs
Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College: The Chiefs enjoyed better tackle play this year from Branden Albert and Ryan O'Callaghan, but the stellar performances of Kansas City's skill-position players have hidden a lack of depth on the line. Castonzo's athleticism and durability are enough to warrant a top 20 selection, but his moderate strength could push him lower. Not needed to play immediately, Castonzo could develop here.

22. Indianapolis Colts
Corey Liuget, DT, Illinois: A playmaking 3-technique is a need. Liuget isn't a household name yet, but he is a rising prospect who is flying up draft boards.

23. Philadelphia Eagles
Brandon Harris, CB, Miami (Fla.): The Eagles feature one of the league's best corners in Asante Samuel, but have struggled with consistency on the other side without journeyman Ellis Hobbs, who missed almost half of the season with a career-threatening neck injury. Harris struggled early on in the Sun Bowl loss to Notre Dame, but his speed and agility make him one of the draft's top corners and a good value here.

24. New Orleans Saints
Muhammad Wilkerson, DT, Temple: Like most NFL teams, the Saints are at their best when they rotate their defensive linemen. They've had solid play inside from the trio of Sedrick Ellis, Anthony Hargrove and Remi Ayodele but their production would be boosted with greater size. Wilkerson (6-5, 305) starred somewhat anonymously at Temple, but is viewed as a legitimate first round talent by many teams.

25. Seattle Seahawks
Jake Locker, QB, Washington : Matt Hasselbeck was spectacular in the Seahawks' surprising divisional playoff victory over the Saints, but he's past his prime and scheduled to be a free agent. The Seahawks won't look past a talented quarterback developed in their own backyard. With a run on quarterbacks early, the Seahawks might find focus on improving their weak offensive and defensive lines should the top passers be gone. Locker's inefficiency despite four starting seasons makes him quite the polarizing figure among scouts.

26. Green Bay Packers
Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State : The Packers boast one of the league's better and deeper defensive lines, but Ted Thompson knows better than to allow talented big men to slip by and Heyward, at 6-5 and 295 pounds, fits perfectly as a five-technique defensive end.

27. Chicago Bears
Nate Solder, OT, Colorado: The Bears are hopeful that 2008 first-round pick Chris Williams develops into a consistent pass blocker at left tackle. Chicago might have to go back to the drawing board if he proves to be a better fit at right tackle or inside at guard. Solder needs to gain strength, but his balance and agility for a man his size makes him an intriguing left tackle prospect.

28. NY Jets
Phil Taylor, DT, Baylor: The Jets have fared surprisingly well against the run this season considering the injuries sustained up front. They've been exposed this year because they overestimated their ability to replace some of the players that performed best for them in their surprising run to the AFC Championship game. When Kris Jenkins is healthy, he's a dominant nose guard. Taylor (6-4, 330 pounds) has similar size and is generating real buzz among 3-4 teams as the top nose guard prospect in the draft.

29. Baltimore Ravens
Mike Pouncey, OG, Florida: Ozzie Newsome has proven his ability to restock the offensive and defensive lines throughout his career. Pouncey isn't quite the difference-maker inside that his brother, Maurkice, has been for the rival Steelers, but his versatility, size and agility make him a legitimate first-round pick. Far and away the best interior lineman in the 2011 draft.

30. Pittsburgh Steelers
Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State: Sherrod is relatively pro-ready considering his experience at left tackle and level of play against SEC opponents, but doesn't always demonstrate the tenacity scouts expect. The Steelers, however, could take advantage while opponents reach for potential excellence over consistent solid play.

31. Atlanta Falcons
Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland: With all due respect to the Johnsons (Andre and Calvin), Roddy White may just be the best receiver in the NFL. That said, the Falcons haven't seen as much development from Michael Jenkins or Harry Douglas as they expected. Receiver isn't a huge area of concern, but considering the talent of this class and Matt Ryan's growing stardom, taking a versatile speedster like Torrey Smith at this point in the draft makes sense.

32. New England Patriots
Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin: While the Pats are solid up front and haven't used a first-round pick on an offensive lineman since selecting Logan Mankins in 2005, there is a rationale in place for this pick other than simply protecting Tom Brady. Picking two first-round prospects for the Patriots may be pointless as Bill Belichick is likely to continue his tradition of trading down to a.ssure he'll be in a position of power again next year. Therefore, taking strictly a best player available philosophy, Carimi, the reigning Outland Trophy as the nation's top blocker, makes sense.


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 01-10-2011, 07:41 PM         #43
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10. Washington Redskins
Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas : Mike Shanahan needs to find a new quarterback if the Redskins are going to win games -- and Shanahan is to keep his job. Not every team is convinced Mallett has the leadership to be successful in the pros, but there is no denying his talented right arm.


HELL f**kING NO
 7 years ago '08        #44
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I like Brandon Harris pick....
 01-10-2011, 07:42 PM         #45
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 Thee Yung Star said:
SportsCenter?
if your asking where i kept seeing the highlight of Marshawn Lynch running threw your entire defense and making Tracy Porter look like a lil b**ch.. then yes it was sportscenter.
 7 years ago '09        #46
TraV 77 heat pts77
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 Motion said:
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NFL Mock Draft - 1/10/2011

Round 1



8. Tennessee Titans
Cam Newton, QB, Auburn: Titans' owner Bud Adams might be able to have his cake and eat it too. In retaining head coach Jeff Fisher, he correctly chose the leader of his team. With the playmaking Newton still on the board, however, he can get a Vince Young clone.



Naah buddy, good on that. Not no knock on the kid but read this story twice, seen the movie & don't need the Spark Notes.
 7 years ago '09        #47
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 Lowkey18 said:
you can have Albert and Mcnabb for a 3rd and 4th.. 3rd being conditional to a 2nd..
I'd take both. We don't have any overbearing staff in our organization that are still living in the past from a QB who they coached years and years ago, lol. And Al always beasted when he was in the blue. Put him back in that 4-3 defense around some disciplinary (but not overtly a.ssertive of thier authority) and watch him go to work. Him + a lineman from the draft and wouldn't be too much running against us.
 7 years ago '10        #48
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 Lowkey18 said:
if your asking where i kept seeing the highlight of Marshawn Lynch running threw your entire defense and making Tracy Porter look like a lil b**ch.. then yes it was sportscenter.
What comes to mind when you see this picture?

 01-10-2011, 09:11 PM         #49
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 Thee Yung Star said:
What comes to mind when you see this picture?

but we weren't defending champs that lost to the worst playoff team ever...

























 7 years ago '06        #50
beantown 74 heat pts74
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mock drafts in january =

go take a look back at previous mocks and match it with the real draft if you don't believe me. No clue who Todd Adams is nor is there a source
 7 years ago '09        #51
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who in the f**k is torrey smith. I WANT NO PLAYERS FROM MARYLAND EVER
 01-10-2011, 09:26 PM         #52
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A.J. Green to the Panthers makes sense but good luck catching passes when Jimmy Clausen is hurling them to coaches on the sidelines or CB's pickin him off. Dude can't throw any further than a screen or dump pass.
 01-10-2011, 09:35 PM         #53
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No offense but this mock draft is sooooooo far off there's no chance in hell cam newton is going top ten. Period. And Green will def NOT be the number 1 overall. Carolina will trade down if they want to get Green. Bowers goes #1.
 01-10-2011, 09:37 PM         #54
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 FreddyFingerz said:
No offense but this mock draft is sooooooo far off there's no chance in hell cam newton is going top ten. Period. And Green will def NOT be the number 1 overall. Carolina will trade down if they want to get Green. Bowers goes #1.
bowers is a 1 year wonder so i doubt he goes number 1.. and it will be hard for Carolina to trade down due to the fact that there is not clear cut number 1 prospect.
 7 years ago '04        #55
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 FreddyFingerz said:
No offense but this mock draft is sooooooo far off there's no chance in hell cam newton is going top ten. Period. And Green will def NOT be the number 1 overall. Carolina will trade down if they want to get Green. Bowers goes #1.
yeah the 2nd one on this page looks more official


i just don't want Miami to f**k it up like they have since 2005

get me Gabbert
 7 years ago '05        #56
ChickzNKickz 100 heat pts100
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As for the 2nd Mock Draft..

No way the Niners take Blaine Gabbert with the 7th pick....

Prince is not falling to 12th....
 7 years ago '07        #57
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JAGS NEED A f**kIN QB U DUMB OFFICE f*gS. DRAFT A GODDAMN QB BEFORE I f**k YA DAUGHTERS
 01-10-2011, 09:51 PM         #58
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 ChickzNKickz said:
As for the 2nd Mock Draft..

No way the Niners take Blaine Gabbert with the 7th pick....

Prince is not falling to 12th....
Prince may fall with Nnamdi being a FA.. could shake things up.
 7 years ago '04        #59
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*THIS IS CBS SPORTS 2ND MOCK*

NFL Mock Draft - 1/10/2011

Round 1

1. Carolina Panthers
Da'Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson: Stanford QB Andrew Luck has decided to stay in school and the Panthers have a much more difficult decision to make. If they don't find a suitor for the top pick -- likely a team with interest in one of the quarterbacks available in this draft -- they may try to bring in a reasonable facsimile, though less athletic, of Julius Peppers. This 6-4, 280-pound end will give them pass rush and strength vs. the run.

2. Denver Broncos
Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU: Champ Bailey has not been re-signed, and if he departs Peterson will be expected to fill that gaping hole.

3. Buffalo Bills
Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri: Gabbert's got some work to do to be ready for the next level, but his physical tools and work ethic should allow him to succeed.

4. Cincinnati Bengals
Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn: If the team prefers to bolster its run defense and trust its young receivers, they'll choose Fairley over A.J. Green here.

5. Arizona Cardinals
Marcell Dareus, DT, Alabama: a.ssuming that the Cards sign a veteran such as Mark Bulger or acquire Donovan McNabb, Dareus would be a difference-maker playing all along the Cards' three-man front.

6. Cleveland Browns
A.J. Green, WR, Georgia: The Browns could use the help on defense, but Green's talent is too great to pass up.

7. San Francisco 49ers
Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M: Manny Lawson did not have a great free agent season. If new coach Jim Harbaugh keeps the team's 3-4 scheme, Miller will be brought in to do what he does best -- attack the pocket.

8. Tennessee Titans
Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina: The Titans are not likely to be interested in another project quarterback with either on or off-the-field issues, so they'll probably look to a veteran signal caller. Dave Ball and Jason Babin are free agents, so bringing in a talent like Quinn to pair with Derrick Morgan could be wise.

9. Dallas Cowboys
Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State: Improving the offensive line is of great importance to keep QB Tony Romo healthy.

10. Washington Redskins
Jake Locker, QB, Washington : Donovan McNabb can't possibly stay in Washington after the way this season has ended. Mike Shanahan might see Locker as another Jay Cutler, but with better athleticism and intangibles -- and will believe he can turn him into an NFL quarterback.

11. Houston Texans
Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska: Despite picking CB Kareem Jackson in the first round last year, the Texans' awful secondary still needs help.

12. Minnesota Vikings
Cam Newton, QB, Auburn: Unless the Vikings think Joe Webb could be their future starter, bringing in another big-armed, athletic quarterback to sling the ball to Sidney Rice and Percy Harvin could help them contend in 2011.

13. Detroit Lions
Brandon Harris, CB, Miami (Fla.): Tightening up the secondary could make Detroit's defense one to reckon with in 2011.

14. St. Louis Rams
Julio Jones, WR, Alabama: The Rams have their quarterback in Sam Bradford, workhorse back in Steven Jackson, and starting tackles in Rodger Saffold and Jason Smith. Now they need a playmaking receiver like Jones to bring back an explosive offense reminiscent the "Greatest Show on Turf" glory days.

15. Miami Dolphins
Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama: Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams are both scheduled to be free agents, and the Dolphins rely on the running game as much as any team in the league.

16. Jacksonville Jaguars
Rahim Moore, FS, UCLA: The Jags' secondary is one of the worst in the NFL, so Moore's playmaking ability will be greatly appreciated.

17. New England Patriots (from Oakland)
Aldon Smith, DE, Missouri: His length and speed should allow him to shift to a 3-4 rush linebacker position, fitting the Patriots' scheme quite nicely.

18. San Diego Chargers
Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State : With Travis Johnson and Jacques Cesaire potential free agents, Heyward's size and strength make him a natural selection.

19. NY Giants
Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College: If Tom Coughlin stays, he may look to another B.C. linemen to give QB Eli Manning more time to throw and the team's running backs more space to run.

20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa: The Bucs worked on the interior defensive line early in the 2010 draft, so bolstering the team's pass rush on the outside seems a reasonable next step.

21. Kansas City Chiefs
Akeem Ayers, OLB, UCLA: GM Scott Pioli re-signed Derrick Johnson, but Tamba Hali is a potential free agent and Mike Vrabel is past his prime.

22. Indianapolis Colts
Nate Solder, OT, Colorado: Adds size and surprising strength to a Colts offensive line needing to better protect Peyton Manning and run-block more effectively.

23. Philadelphia Eagles
DeMarcus Love, OT, Arkansas: Andy Reid likes to use his first round picks to build up the offensive and defensive lines. Love fits his size and strength requirements.

24. New Orleans Saints
Mikel LeShoure, RB, Illinois: Pierre Thomas is scheduled to be a free agent, Reggie Bush isn't an every-down back, and the team's lack of running game prevented QB Drew Brees from being at his best.

25. Seattle Seahawks
Corey Liuget, DT, Illinois: His Texas Bowl performance should convince scouts to bring his strength and quickness on board early in the draft.

26. Green Bay Packers
Justin Houston, OLB, Georgia: Adding a talented pass rusher across from Clay Matthews III would be a big boost to the defense.

27. Chicago Bears
Tyron Smith, OT, Southern California: The Bears have protected QB Jay Cutler better in recent weeks, in part because offensive coordinator Mike Martz has finally changed his game plan. Smith's just starting to realize his potential and could help an offensive line with multiple positions of weakness.

28. NY Jets
Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State: Braylon Edwards and Santonio Holmes are both probable free agents, and the one who doesn't return will determine what type of pass-catcher the Jets search out in the draft. Blackmon is a mirror image of Hakeem Nicks, who plays for the other team sharing the New Meadowlands.

29. Baltimore Ravens
Stefen Wisniewski, C, Penn State: Each year at least one interior lineman makes his way into the first round. The nephew of Hall of Fame-caliber Oakland Raider lineman Steve has the strength, intelligence and athleticism to be a long-time starter for a team needing to get better up front.
30. Pittsburgh Steelers

J.J. Watt, DE, Wisconsin: Aaron Smith is aging, and missed the end of three of the past four seasons with injuries. Watt could be a solid replacement once adding weight in Pittsburgh's strength and conditioning program.

31. Atlanta Falcons
Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue: The Falcons will covet his strength and hustle for their four-man front.

32. New England Patriots
Cameron Jordan, DE, California: Another nice fit in the Bill Belichick scheme, Jordan should flourish at the five-technique position.
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i noticed there's no Ryan Mallet in this mock. thought that was weird


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 Bkjj11 said:
JAGS NEED A f**kIN QB U DUMB OFFICE f*gS. DRAFT A GODDAMN QB BEFORE I f**k YA DAUGHTERS

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