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TheBow305
03-02-2010, 05:00 PM
FIRST ROUND

1. St. Louis Rams - Sam Bradford, Quarterback, Oklahoma
2. Detroit Lions - Gerald McCoy, Defensive Tackle, Oklahoma
3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Ndamukong Suh, Defensive Tackle, Nebraska
4. Washington Redskins - Jimmy Clausen, Quarterback, Notre Dame
5. Kansas City Chiefs - Russell Okung, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma State
6. Seattle Seahawks - Trent Williams, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma
7. Cleveland Browns - Eric Berry, Safety, Tennessee
8. Oakland Raiders - Bruce Campbell, Offensive Tackle, Maryland
9. Buffalo Bills - Anthony Davis, Offensive Tackle, Rutgers
10. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jason Pierre-Paul, Defensive End, South Florida
11. Denver Broncos - Dez Bryant, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma State
12. Miami Dolphins - Sergio Kindle, Linebacker, Texas
13. San Francisco 49ers - Joe Haden, Cornerback, Florida
14. Seattle Seahawks - Taylor Mays, Safety, Southern California
15. New York Giants - Rolando McClain, Linebacker, Alabama
16. Tennessee Titans - Derrick Morgan, Defensive End, Georgia Tech
17. San Francisco 49ers - C.J. Spiller, Running Back, Clemson
18. Pittsburgh Steelers - Earl Thomas, Safety, Texas
19. Atlanta Falcons - Sean Weatherspoon, Linebacker, Missouri
20. Houston Texans - Ryan Mathews, Running Back, Fresno State
21. Cincinnati Bengals - Arrelious Benn, Wide Receiver, Illinois
22. New England Patriots - Everson Griffen, Defensive End, Southern California
23. Green Bay Packers - Bryan Bulaga, Offensive Tackle, Iowa
24. Philadelphia Eagles - Carlos Dunlap, Defensive End, Florida
25. Baltimore Ravens - Jermaine Gresham, Tight End, Oklahoma
26. Arizona Cardinals - Charles Brown, Offensive Tackle, Southern California
27. Dallas Cowboys - Mike Iupati, Offensive Guard, Idaho
28. San Diego Chargers - Dan Williams, Defensive Tackle, Tennessee
29. New York Jets - Kyle Wilson, Cornerback, Boise State
30. Minnesota Vikings - Devin McCourty, Cornerback, Rutgers
31. Indianapolis Colts - Jared Odrick, Defensive Tackle, Penn State
32. New Orleans Saints - Brian Price, Defensive Tackle, UCLA

SECOND ROUND:

33. St. Louis Rams - Brandon Graham, Defensive End, Michigan
34. Detroit Lions - Kareem Jackson, Cornerback, Alabama
35. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Chad Jones, Safety, Louisiana State
36. Kansas City Chiefs - Terrence Cody, Defensive Tackle, Alabama
37. Washington Redskins - Vladimir Ducasse, Offensive Tackle, Massachusetts
38. Cleveland Browns - Mardy Gilyard, Wide Receiver, Cincinnati
39. Oakland Raiders - Patrick Robinson, Cornerback, Florida State
40. Seattle Seahawks - Jonathan Dwyer, Running Back, Georgia Tech
41. Buffalo Bills - Cam Thomas, Defensive Tackle, North Carolina
42. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Damian Williams, Wide Receiver, Southern California
43. Miami Dolphins - Demaryius Thomas, Wide Receiver, Georgia Tech
44. New England Patriots - Jahvid Best, Running Back, California
45. Denver Broncos - Maurkice Pouncey, Offensive Center, Florida
46. New York Giants - Lamarr Houston, Defensive Tackle, Texas
47. New England Patriots - Rob Gronkowski, Tight End, Arizona
48. Carolina Panthers - Brandon LaFell, Wide Receiver, Louisiana State
49. San Francisco 49ers - Nate Allen, Safety, South Florida
50. Kansas City Chiefs - Ricky Sapp, Defensive End, Clemson
51. Houston Texans - Perrish Cox, Cornerback, Oklahoma State
52. Pittsburgh Steelers - Amari Spievey, Cornerback, Iowa
53. New England Patriots - Tim Tebow, Quarterback, Florida
54. Cincinnati Bengals - Reshad Jones, Safety, Georgia
55. Philadelphia Eagles - Daryl Washington, Linebacker, Texas Christian
56. Green Bay Packers - Morgan Burnett, Safety, Georgia Tech
57. Baltimore Ravens - Mike Williams, Wide Receiver, Syracuse
58. Arizona Cardinals - Brandon Spikes, Linebacker, Florida
59. Dallas Cowboys - Dexter McCluster, Wide Receiver, Mississippi
60. San Diego Chargers - Jason Fox, Offensive Tackle, Miami (Fla.)
61. New York Jets - Corey Wootton, Defensive End, Northwestern
62. Minnesota Vikings - Colt McCoy, Quarterback, Texas
63. Indianapolis Colts - Selvish Capers, Offensive Tackle, West Virginia
64. New Orleans Saints - Navorro Bowman, Linebacker, Penn State


Got some very good insight from the Combine this week. Let me know what you guys think overall. :up:

jlfin
03-02-2010, 05:10 PM
Weatherspoon over Kindle

MiamiDolfan85
03-02-2010, 05:16 PM
dont like Kindle....dont like Kindle at all....

outlawd2u
03-02-2010, 05:17 PM
I know this is just your opinion on how you think it might shake down but IMO... McCoy will not go before Suh, that's too high for Kindle, Mays won't go before Earl Thomas(Unless the Raiders are stupid enough to take him at #8 ovr.), I really don't think SPiller makes it to #17 but if he does why would SF take him there with Gore who had over 1,000 yards last season and a 4.9 YPC average? I also don't see Graham lasting til the 2nd round or the Pats wasting a pick on Tim Tebow.

PhinPhan910
03-02-2010, 05:20 PM
where is golden tate?

PhinsTD
03-02-2010, 05:31 PM
None of us know for certain, but I'd be shocked if Gilyard goes that high. Swap him for Golden Tate and you're better off. Dan Williams will go very high with the premium on a NT.

We'll see how it shakes out, but it would suck to see the Pats get those first three players. I like them all.

TheBow305
03-02-2010, 08:33 PM
I know this is just your opinion on how you think it might shake down but IMO... McCoy will not go before Suh, that's too high for Kindle, Mays won't go before Earl Thomas(Unless the Raiders are stupid enough to take him at #8 ovr.), I really don't think SPiller makes it to #17 but if he does why would SF take him there with Gore who had over 1,000 yards last season and a 4.9 YPC average? I also don't see Graham lasting til the 2nd round or the Pats wasting a pick on Tim Tebow.

* McCoy and Suh are 1A and 1B right now, so either could come off the board first.

*Why is that too high for Kindle? Before the year he was a Top 15 pick and didn't do anything to disappoint this year. He also had a better 40 and is better pass defender than Brandon Graham, who everyone seems to LOVE around here. Kindle is a DeMarcus Ware clone. Not saying he's going to be as good, but he could be that type of player.

*Mays had a very good combine today, and is possibly the biggest "freak" athlete in this draft. And with Pete Carroll in control, Mays could very easily get taken before Thomas, just because it's Seattle. I don't think you're taking that aspect of it into account.

*San Francisco has come out recently saying that they would really like to get a complement in the running game for Frank Gore, while also upgrading their horrid return game. So besides that, Spiller would be a TREMENDOUS value at #17 overall.

And as far as Brandon Graham goes, he's a VERY good player, I'm just not as high on him as most on this board. #33 overall is still pretty good, I just didn't see a good fit for him in the 1st.

skipp2myloo13
03-02-2010, 09:08 PM
Kindle is the most overrated player in draft. With Mays. You fell into both of their draft. If our draft went like this it would truly suck. Our team would barley improve. No help at NT, FS, OLB. Kindle is no good at stopping the run. Only at Wr which is a major risk. Get some quality players in here at Positions of Need.

#1dolphinsfan
03-02-2010, 09:26 PM
Weatherspoon and Thomas would be great i dont know how i feel about Kindle right now

TheBow305
03-02-2010, 11:10 PM
Kindle is the most overrated player in draft. With Mays. You fell into both of their draft. If our draft went like this it would truly suck. Our team would barley improve. No help at NT, FS, OLB. Kindle is no good at stopping the run. Only at Wr which is a major risk. Get some quality players in here at Positions of Need.

How is Kindle no good at stopping the run? He's one of the better conversion guys at it. He is also an above average pass defender already and has tons of experience already as a linebacker, as that's what he played for his first three years at UT. So it would be an easy transition for him, much more so than guys like JPP and Graham, so he is the safe, logical choice there. He has a DeMarcus Ware-type skill set and would be a GREAT selection at #12 IMO.

And I'm not so sure how he is overrated, when he was a Top 15 pick going into the year and did nothing to disappoint at all. Yet, a guy like Graham, who no one was talking about before the Senior Bowl, is totally worth the #12 pick? Hmmm.. ok. :rolleyes2:

Troysif
03-02-2010, 11:22 PM
Kindle is the most overrated player in draft. With Mays. You fell into both of their draft. If our draft went like this it would truly suck. Our team would barley improve. No help at NT, FS, OLB. Kindle is no good at stopping the run. Only at Wr which is a major risk. Get some quality players in here at Positions of Need.
You can't improve 3 positions with 2 picks.

Troysif
03-02-2010, 11:23 PM
How is Kindle no good at stopping the run? He's one of the better conversion guys at it. He is also an above average pass defender already and has tons of experience already as a linebacker, as that's what he played for his first three years at UT. So it would be an easy transition for him, much more so than guys like JPP and Graham, so he is the safe, logical choice there. He has a DeMarcus Ware-type skill set and would be a GREAT selection at #12 IMO.

And I'm not so sure how he is overrated, when he was a Top 15 pick going into the year and did nothing to disappoint at all. Yet, a guy like Graham, who no one was talking about before the Senior Bowl, is totally worth the #12 pick? Hmmm.. ok. :rolleyes2:

I actually like the draft in your sig. Except maybe Cam Thomas with the 2nd pick instead.

normaniii
03-02-2010, 11:26 PM
If it turned out like that I would prefer, 1-Thomas/Weatherpoon - 2 sapp/spikes

normaniii
03-02-2010, 11:29 PM
Patriots take Tim Tebow??????????

hooshoops
03-02-2010, 11:30 PM
kindles hips just aren't fluid...he's a straight line player to me who has excellent short area acceleration especially to the qb...kindle also has 2 separate incidents off field while at texas that leave reason for pause on drafting him with a high pick...he's not a polished pass rusher...he's a high motor effort player at this stage imo...

2nd round value with that upside he has...not on my first round board

normaniii
03-02-2010, 11:37 PM
IMO there is no way the Patriots with an ageing D, no pass rush and loss of Bodden, take only one Defensive player with their first 4 picks.

I would think more along the lines of Houston, Best and Sapp, which worries me considering Griffin could be there also.

Best,gronkowski and tebow???

hooshoops
03-02-2010, 11:50 PM
i don't think graham will make it to #22...i think new england would jump all over him if he did...

my guess is new england goes jerry hughes in round 1 (i just can't see him in the 2nd round) then follows up with mccluster, jason worilds, maybe a pitta

good players...of course i bet they trade at least one of those 2nds for a 2011 1st rounder

Morey161
03-02-2010, 11:53 PM
If Derick Morgan is available at 12 I would love to grab him.

Fin_Frenzy_84
03-02-2010, 11:54 PM
I like are second pick but would rather have Weatherspoon but you did good just a few mistakes. Keep it up!!!

normaniii
03-02-2010, 11:54 PM
i don't think graham will make it to #22...i think new england would jump all over him if he did...

my guess is new england goes jerry hughes in round 1 (i just can't see him in the 2nd round) then follows up with mccluster, jason worilds, maybe a pitta

good players...of course i bet they trade at least one of those 2nds for a 2011 1st rounder

i also think one of those 2's become a 1 in 2011. That draft is supposed to be loaded with talent and Patriots could have 3 1st round picks, including the Raiders which will be top10:ohno:

FinsFanatic777
03-03-2010, 12:30 AM
I would rather have Jahvid Best than Demaryius Thomas... our RB's need some youth and speed and get the explosive plays that our offense desperately needs.

1. Earl Thomas (Try to trade up for Eric Berry if reasonable)
2. Jahvid Best