Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6
posted at 1/23/2010 6:01 AM EST
I had a bit time to browse and would like to know what you think of my mock.
C.J.Spiller - We need a new playmaker at RB. Maroney had his chance and blew it several times. With Spiller we would have a much more balanced offense like we had in every SB season under BB. He's explosive and has pretty good hands too.
Tim Tebow - Like I said before I like this guy, his athleticism, strength, and work ethic. He smart enough to play hybrid QB/TE/RB as a Patriots version of wildcat, and in a few years could replace Tom Terrific. He's a leader and proven winner.
Jerry Hughes - Versatile, athletic and smart, but a bit too small for BB's likings
Option:Brandan Graham - see Patsfan
Brandon Lafell - He's big, has good ball skills, is tough and physical, gets yards after the catch by breaking tackles and is a good blocker.
Ricky Sapp - Another DE/OLB, because we need to get younger.
Charles Scott - I would see him as great supplement for Spiller, blocking for him or punching it through at the goal line, would be a great 1-2 punch.
Option: A DL or ILB
Jimmy Graham - Same as Patsfan.
Now my explanation.
I like yours Patsfan, but I don't think ILB is our first pick, we have McKenzie coming back and Guyton isn't that bad. So we have three young ILB, maybe add one through FA or later in the draft for depth.
I think we need some real good Passrushing OLB, but there is such a depth that I don't think our first pick will be an OLB either.
Our OL already has some youth and when Mankins comes back we will be fine, perhaps trade Light and get an OT with that pick.
Our DBs will be fine too with a better pass rush and the hopefully longterm signing of Leigh Bodden.
The WRs should be fine too with Lafell coming in opposite Moss and Edelman in the slot till Welker returns.
The RBs would be great with Spiller and Scott alongside Taylor and Faulk as Mentors, and Green-Ellis as part time FB.
That are the reasons I would draft 2 OLBs and 2 RBs.