2010 Mock Rounds 1-6

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    Pat Kirwan has Demaryius Thomas as the 1st WR coming off the board at 14 to Seattle.

    http://www.nfl.com/draft/story?id=09000d5d816f37c9&template=with-video-with-comments&confirm=true

    He has us taking Odrick at 22.

    mb, I like a nice scotch, McClellan 18 Single Malt would do nicely:))).
     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : Haha. Yeah, Spiller would be tough to pass up at 22, he'd provide an element of explosion/home run ability not currently available on their RB roster.
    Posted by mbeaulieu07


    He has Seattle taking Spiller at #6.  So many varied opinions on so many players.  We've seen two draft experts on Spiller as varied as 6 and 29.  Spiller was supposed to be a sure top 10-12 pick.
     
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    This idiot, Brooks, has Suh lasting until 8th to the Raiders.  His argument is there will be a run on LTs.

    http://www.nfl.com/draft/story?id=09000d5d816ffb3c&template=with-video-with-comments&confirm=true

    He has DeMaryius Thomas ahead of Tate coming off at 29 to the Jets.  He has Earl Thomas and Pierre-Paul still on the board at 22 and with the Pats taking Odrick.  I think I'd be all over Earl Thomas if he's there even though it isn't a huge need position.

    If Suh is sitting at 8, we need to make a move with the Raiders.  We could trade 22, 44 and our 4th to move up to get him. 
     
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    Pat Kirwan has Demaryius Thomas as the 1st WR coming off the board at 14 to Seattle. http://www.nfl.com/draft/story?id=09000d5d816f37c9&template=with-video-with-comments&confirm=true He has us taking Odrick at 22. mb, I like a nice scotch, McClellan 18 Single Malt would do nicely:))).
    Posted by Faucetman


    Haha, you have expensive taste.  How about a sixer of the winners choosing? 
     
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    That's who I've had in my last two mocks at 22, he might not be a clean route runner but he'll have a year to get better at it.  How many clean routes does moss run?  not many, he will be Moss replacement.

    Kid can play.
     
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    This idiot, Brooks, has Suh lasting until 8th to the Raiders.  His argument is there will be a run on LTs. http://www.nfl.com/draft/story?id=09000d5d816ffb3c&template=with-video-with-comments&confirm=true He has DeMaryius Thomas ahead of Tate coming off at 29 to the Jets.  He has Earl Thomas and Pierre-Paul still on the board at 22 and with the Pats taking Odrick.  I think I'd be all over Earl Thomas if he's there even though it isn't a huge need position. If Suh is sitting at 8, we need to make a move with the Raiders.  We could trade 22, 44 and our 4th to move up to get him. 
    Posted by Faucetman


    Wow, I mean everyone is entitled to their opinion, but this is borderline ridiculous. 

    Is this guy serious?
     
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    Comp Picks are out.

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story?id=09000d5d81716904&template=with-video-with-comments&confirm=true
    Wow NE does get a 6th rounder also gets 3 7th rounders, very nice. 


    Compensatory draft picks
    Rd
    Pick
    Sel. #
    Team
    3
    33
    96
    Cincinnati
    3
    34
    99
    Tennessee
    3
    35
    98
    Atlanta
    4
    33
    131
    Cincinnati
    5
    33
    164
    Pittsburgh
    5
    34
    165
    Atlanta
    5
    35
    16
    Pittsburgh
    5
    36
    167
    Minnesota
    5
    37
    168
    San Diego
    5
    38
    169
    Green Bay
    6
    34
    202
    Carolina
    6
    34
    203
    Jacksonville
    6
    35
    204
    Carolina
    6
    36
    205
    New England
    6
    37
    206
    San Francisco
    6
    38
    207
    Tennessee
    7
    33
    240
    Indianapolis
    7
    34
    241
    Tennessee
    7
    35
    242
    Pittsburgh
    7
    36
    243
    Philadelphia
    7
    37
    244
    Philadelphia
    7
    38
    245
    Seattle
    7
    39
    246
    Indianapolis
    7
    40
    247
    New England
    7
    41
    248
    New England
    7
    42
    249
    Carolina
    7
    43
    250
    New England
    7
    44
    251
    Oakland
    7
    45
    252
    Miami
    7
    46
    253
    Tampa Bay
    7
    47
    254
    St. Louis
     
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    Comp Picks are out. http://www.nfl.com/news/story?id=09000d5d81716904&template=with-video-with-comments&confirm=true Wow NE does get a 6th rounder also gets 3 7th rounders, very nice.  Compensatory draft picks Rd Pick Sel. # Team 3 33 96 Cincinnati 3 34 99 Tennessee 3 35 98 Atlanta 4 33 131 Cincinnati 5 33 164 Pittsburgh 5 34 165 Atlanta 5 35 16 Pittsburgh 5 36 167 Minnesota 5 37 168 San Diego 5 38 169 Green Bay 6 34 202 Carolina 6 34 203 Jacksonville 6 35 204 Carolina 6 36 205 New England 6 37 206 San Francisco 6 38 207 Tennessee 7 33 240 Indianapolis 7 34 241 Tennessee 7 35 242 Pittsburgh 7 36 243 Philadelphia 7 37 244 Philadelphia 7 38 245 Seattle 7 39 246 Indianapolis 7 40 247 New England 7 41 248 New England 7 42 249 Carolina 7 43 250 New England 7 44 251 Oakland 7 45 252 Miami 7 46 253 Tampa Bay 7 47 254 St. Louis
    Posted by Pats7393


    Nice! Time to update the mock.
     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : Nice! Time to update the mock.
    Posted by mbeaulieu07


    Very nice, this year is a heck of a time to get 4 comp picks in late rounds.  Who questions BB still?
     
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    Comp Picks are out. http://www.nfl.com/news/story?id=09000d5d81716904&template=with-video-with-comments&confirm=true Wow NE does get a 6th rounder also gets 3 7th rounders, very nice.  Compensatory draft picks Rd Pick Sel. # Team 3 33 96 Cincinnati 3 34 99 Tennessee 3 35 98 Atlanta 4 33 131 Cincinnati 5 33 164 Pittsburgh 5 34 165 Atlanta 5 35 16 Pittsburgh 5 36 167 Minnesota 5 37 168 San Diego 5 38 169 Green Bay 6 34 202 Carolina 6 34 203 Jacksonville 6 35 204 Carolina 6 36 205 New England 6 37 206 San Francisco 6 38 207 Tennessee 7 33 240 Indianapolis 7 34 241 Tennessee 7 35 242 Pittsburgh 7 36 243 Philadelphia 7 37 244 Philadelphia 7 38 245 Seattle 7 39 246 Indianapolis 7 40 247 New England 7 41 248 New England 7 42 249 Carolina 7 43 250 New England 7 44 251 Oakland 7 45 252 Miami 7 46 253 Tampa Bay 7 47 254 St. Louis
    Posted by Pats7393


    You were first to scoop it.  This is great news.  Wasn't sure we'd get that 6th for Gaffney but we are so loaded late now we almost have to use our existing 6 and two 7s to move up somewhere.  I wonder, has anyone had 5 picks in the same round before?
     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : Very nice, this year is a heck of a time to get 4 comp picks in late rounds.  Who questions BB still?
    Posted by Pats7393


    Gives us more of a reason to watch on Day 3!
     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : You were first to scoop it.  This is great news.  Wasn't sure we'd get that 6th for Gaffney but we are so loaded late now we almost have to use our existing 6 and two 7s to move up somewhere.  I wonder, has anyone had 5 picks in the same round before?
    Posted by Faucetman


    I agree I think they use the 6th rnd and 2 7th to move up somewhere, maybe another 4th rdr or move into the 5th rnd, all I know is that this is going to be a very fun draft to watch.  Bring on the play makers, off to make my new mock with all these pics.  Will not try to figure out trades, will give players and see where we go from here.
     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : Bama kid, 6-4 300+, projected late rounder; about all I know about him.
    Posted by mbeaulieu07


    When I posed the weight issue to a third person responding with Wooton he too came back with the Bama kids name. I didn't mention it and there is no affiliation between the two scouts I am aware of.

    Maybe they are just drawing the the Saban connection of something. One guy said he's a project but his size and strength are intriguing.

    No idea.

    If they are accurate I don't like the fact that we don't have a starting DE on the Roster and not looking likely to find one in the draft possibly. 

    Well hopefully BB has a different view on someone like a Alualu, Carrinton, Gaithers or WHO ever. Just someone in between Wrights ability and Ty's would make me happy for now.

    They let Green walk so they must feel they can at least get that similar quality when/where they need to in this draft.
     
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    Posted by mbeaulieu07



    Yeah with Google going at full speed trying to find joey football from parts unkown who played every position on each side of the ball at one point in his college career.
     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : Wow, I mean everyone is entitled to their opinion, but this is borderline ridiculous.  Is this guy serious?
    Posted by mbeaulieu07


    I know huh?  I have to say I do agree with him on D. Thomas.  He will be either the 1st or 2nd WR taken with Tate going 3rd. Maybe we should package our 6th and two 7s along with #44 and move up higher into the 2nd for Tate?

    There is no way Tate or Thomas lasts to 44.  TB has to take a WR with one of their 2nds.  Other teams needing WRs are:

    NYJ 29
    IND 31
    TB 35
    KC 36
    WAS 37
    CLE 38
    OAK 39
    BUF 41
    TB 42
    MIA 43

    I think we should make a play for Williams or LaFell with one our 2nds.  If not, Roberts at 123.

    You know we could package any two of our 2nds and get back in the 1st round in the 21 to 24 range.  Is there anyone we'd consider doing that for?
     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : You were first to scoop it.  This is great news.  Wasn't sure we'd get that 6th for Gaffney but we are so loaded late now we almost have to use our existing 6 and two 7s to move up somewhere.  I wonder, has anyone had 5 picks in the same round before?
    Posted by Faucetman



    They could package the 6th and (2) 7ths and get into the 5th but not much else.

    Points wise you can't even package those three picks and our 4th to get into the 3rd.

    You could because points do not always match so someone might do it but on a point basis it doesn't equal out.

    You could also package those 3 picks and move up from 44 to at least 35 probably.
     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : When I posed the weight issue to a third person responding with Wooton he too came back with the Bama kids name. I didn't mention it and there is no affiliation between the two scouts I am aware of. Maybe they are just drawing the the Saban connection of something. One guy said he's a project but his size and strength are intriguing. No idea. If they are accurate I don't like the fact that we don't have a starting DE on the Roster and not looking likely to find one in the draft possibly.  Well hopefully BB has a different view on someone like a Alualu, Carrinton, Gaithers or WHO ever. Just someone in between Wrights ability and Ty's would make me happy for now. They let Green walk so they must feel they can at least get that similar quality when/where they need to in this draft.
    Posted by Low-FB-IQ


    Interesting.

    Yeah, one has to assume that he's either A.)  pretty confident with what he has on the current roster B.)  is pretty confident that he can find a starter and/or solid rotation kid in the draft or C.) both.
     
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    Looks like the Pats have a whooping 12 picks in the deepest draft in years!!! In BB we trust!
     
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    Moss shows up for workouts
     
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    I can already hear the complaining from other teams fans now, because the patriots were awarded the most compensatory picks. hehehe
     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : Interesting. Yeah, one has to assume that he's either A.)  pretty confident with what he has on the current roster B.)  is pretty confident that he can find a starter and/or solid rotation kid in the draft or C.) both.
    Posted by mbeaulieu07


    Kraft hinted that things will heat up draft day then during the camps.  Maybe they know of a player who might get cut or have had discussions with GMs about draft day trades they might make based on certain players.  KC at 5 I mentioned before.  KC might want Thomas and an extra 2nd.  They owe us based on the sweetheart deal they were given last year.  I'd trade 22, 44 and Thomas to move up to 5 to land either McCoy or Suh.  One of them being there is seeming more likely than not right now if Bradford and Clausen go 1-4.

    Anyone have our final pick locations figured out yet?  If I'm not mistaken we reverse order with Cinci in Round 2, 4, and 6.  So 4th would be 120, 6th 191?
     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : I know huh?  I have to say I do agree with him on D. Thomas.  He will be either the 1st or 2nd WR taken with Tate going 3rd. Maybe we should package our 6th and two 7s along with #44 and move up higher into the 2nd for Tate? There is no way Tate or Thomas lasts to 44.  TB has to take a WR with one of their 2nds.  Other teams needing WRs are: NYJ 29 IND 31 TB 35 KC 36 WAS 37 CLE 38 OAK 39 BUF 41 TB 42 MIA 43 I think we should make a play for Williams or LaFell with one our 2nds.  If not, Roberts at 123. You know we could package any two of our 2nds and get back in the 1st round in the 21 to 24 range.  Is there anyone we'd consider doing that for?
    Posted by Faucetman


    Tough call on projecting trades at his point as we don't know how the actual draft board will unfold or their true feelings on a specific player.   

    As for Tate and Thomas, I think either would present a huge upgrade to their current WR corp.

    If they do pass on a WR high, I also like Roberts, Emmanuel Sanders, Riley Cooper and Blair White in the middle to late rounds.
     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : Yeah with Google going at full speed trying to find joey football from parts unkown who played every position on each side of the ball at one point in his college career.
    Posted by Low-FB-IQ


    C'mon, don't say it's not fun to research a player that you weren't familiar with pre-draft! ha
     
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    Someone check my math.

    #22
    #44
    #48
    #53
    #120
    #191
    #205C
    #229
    #231
    #247C
    #248C
    #250C
     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : Kraft hinted that things will heat up draft day then during the camps.  Maybe they know of a player who might get cut or have had discussions with GMs about draft day trades they might make based on certain players.  KC at 5 I mentioned before.  KC might want Thomas and an extra 2nd.  They owe us based on the sweetheart deal they were given last year.  I'd trade 22, 44 and Thomas to move up to 5 to land either McCoy or Suh.  One of them being there is seeming more likely than not right now if Bradford and Clausen go 1-4. Anyone have our final pick locations figured out yet?  If I'm not mistaken we reverse order with Cinci in Round 2, 4, and 6 meaning we are at 52, not 53.
    Posted by Faucetman



    True dat, option D.) player acquisitions via trade/FA/waiver claim.
     
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