Updated 2011 Mock Draft (updated on 4/25/11)

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    I like your draft but I Would take Reed at #28 and make a similar trade at #33 for #39 and next years #1.
     
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    Re: Updated 2011 Mock Draft (4/17/11)

    I don't think you put any thought into this at all, and if you did, well this is a huge FAIL.

    You don't have JJ Watt going in the TOP 40???

    You don't have Cam Newton going in the TOP 40???   But you DO have Gabbert, Kaepernick, Mallett and Ponder chosen?  Really?

    Mark Ingram #36???   You do know that there has never been a draft where a running back was not selected in the First Round.  And you think THIS year with a Heisman Trophy winner RB available that he'll slip to the second round?  Seriously?
     
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    Cam Jordan will not fit our system as well as everyone thinks.  I am thinking that he will be like vernon gholdston (or whatever) was for the Jets.  undersized for DE but to slow for OLB in a 3-4 D. If Watt is not availible Kerrigan is the best player for our pass rushing needs.
     
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    Great mock draft!!! I have my fingers crossed for DeMarco Murray. If we can get him btwn 3 - 5 rds... Freaking steal!!!!

     
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    Great mock btw but I just can't see Bower's being taken that early. With all his issues NO seems like the most likely spot right now and if they don't select him look for him to drop to NYJ or GB.

    I completely agree with Mia taking Mallett. With no 2nd rounder this year they are going to have to either trade back or take Mallett at #15. I just don't see to many players that teams would be willing to move up for in that range.

     
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    You forgot for someone to take newton...He might slip...but not out of the top 40.
     
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    2nd that Demarco Murray thought

    He would be an excellent replacement for the aging Kevin Faulk.  Age, and knee, Kevin will not be around forever!  As a 3rd down back - this guy would be explosive in the Patriot Scheme.

    His knock - He runs too upright.  same school as AP, who had that same knock.  Demarco would not be an every down player, but would give the Patriots something they have not had in a very long time - someone in the backfiled that could score from anywhere on the field.  Put this guy in the backfiled in a 2nd and 5 or less ....

     
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    Re: Updated 2011 Mock Draft (updated on 4/18/11)

         1.) Do you like Kiper's mock, or the one I concocted, better? 
    I have been pretty opinionated on drafts before but I don't have a clue on this one.  I can see this draft going a bunch of ways.  It starts on what Carolina will do because it will create a run on DEs or QBs.  Copping out on the question.

         2.) Which scenario is more beneficial to the Patriots? Why? 
    The QB run because defensive players will drop.  Might be able to move up and get J.J..

        3.) What are your thoughts on the 2011 RB class? I don't think any of them should be #1 picks. Mark Ingram was, in my view, an overrated, part-time player at Alabama. I'm also concerned over the health of the knee he injured in college. RB Mikel Leshoure may be the better player.
    Simply put there isn't a lot of RB hungry teams.  Priorities are elsewhere.  Late in the 2nd to early 3rd rounds is where you'll see a RB run.  It's not a bad RB class either.

         4.) How important to you is it that the Pats secure an elite OT? There's going to be a run on OTs in the first round. So...if the Pats don't grab one at pick #17, they won't get one of the 5 elites (Smith. Castonzo, Carimi, Sherrod, or Solder). But, OTs such as Marcus Gilbert from Florida, and Jah Reid of Central Florida, James Carpenter of Alabama, and OG/OT Will Rackley would likely be available to the Pats with their 60th overall pick. 
    This is why I think if there's a draft pick to be traded it's the 28th.  A team that can better the Pats position in the 1st round for next year may want to move up out of the 2nd round to get in on the OT run.  Belichick seems to think the OT spot deep so the Pats can get in on it with their #33.

        5.) My guess is that several teams will reach for QBs. Thus, a QB desperate team like Washington and Tennessee might overpay to move up. You can make book that the Pats will trade either the 28th or 33rd overall pick to one of the QB needy teams.
    This is my hope.  A run on QBs would send things the Pats way. 

         6.) Speaking of QBs, Iowa'a Ricky Stanzi is underrated. The Colts should strive to get him...just in case the unthinkable occurs with Peyton.
    There is talk of Indy using their 1st rounder on a QB.   A lot depends on that QB run taking place or not.  But I think the 2nd or a trade up in the 3rd is most likely.

         7.) After seeing what happened with Vince Young, does anybody think that Carolina should risk taking Cam Newton at #1? 
    Two very different types of players headwise.  Young had a rough start at Texas.  He was being coached to be disciplined but Young wanted to improvise.  See and react.  The coach gave in to him.  Of course this doesn't work at the pro level where defenses will bait you and Young was baited often.  I think Cam to be coachable where Young isn't so much.

    Should Carolina pick Cam?  No.  Not if it where me running the show.  The Panthers wouldn't be able to keep him upright and that defense stinks.  What good would it do?  I'd draft the trenches this year and throw my hat in the Luck sweepstakes for next year.  

    Here's another problem.  The lockout.  QBs need to be in school ASAP.  I'm sure that team members will get to him but it ain't the same.  This is a major block in there being any QB run in the 1st.  If I'm a team that needs a QB and can't get him in QB school what good does drafting a QB do?  You place the young QB in a real uncomfortable and fragile position. 
         
     
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    Re: Updated 2011 Mock Draft (updated on 4/18/11)

    Gary on your point #4 - it's not that BB thinks there is great T depth but from what I read there's great depth in the G/T type of players. Which to me means that he's not even thinking about a pure T right now but he does want a G that can swing to T in a pinch for added flexibility. There are actually a ton between the 2nd to 3rd round that have that flexibility and which gives it a lot of depth.

    So name's to note and keep an eye on that could be those swing G/T players:

    Carpenter
    Morris
    Rackley
    Ijalana
    Gilbert
    Cannon
    Franklin
    Boling
    Ziemba
    Love

    That's a lot of G/T's
     
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    In Response to Re: Updated 2011 Mock Draft (updated on 4/18/11) :      Here's the latest mock draft from Profootballtalk.com: http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/04/19/2011-mock-draft-take-four/      They predict that four QBs will be taken in the first 16 picks.
    Posted by TexasPat3


    4 wouldn't be a shock at this point as we know Newton won't make it past Buf and Gabbert most likely won't fall past Ari and knowing that Was, Minn, Mia all want QB's and non have the ammo to move back into the 1st this year that odds are at least 1 if not 2 will go the QB route. When all is said and done I wouldn't be shocked to see 5-6 QB's taken in total in the first 33 picks. Now what is shocking is they think Jordan is going to fall to 28. I've heard the exact opposite where people think he could go as high as the top 15. It would shock me if he fell that far and I'd be doing the jig naked in front of a bunch of nun's if we got Kerrigan and Jordan without having to move up a single pick
     
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    One of the things I don't do is put a lot of stock in Profootballtalks draft.  They are terrible.  However, they aren't the only ones out there saying this.  No FA is placing a lot of pressure on QB needy teams thus pushing the QBs up the board. 

    My question is what do you do with them because of the lockout?  The freshly drafted QB comes in behind.  It seems going with what you have makes more sense but of course ignorance of the situation is my downfall.
     
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         With just around 10 days to go before the April 28th NFL draft, it seems like a good time to piece together my mock draft. I was torn as to whether I should set it up as my predictions of what teams will draft who...or whether to propose who I think each team should draft, and why. So, I decided to do both...and to make some guesses as to possible trade scenarios. The choices in bold black are those listed in Mel Kiper's 2011 Draft Report...while my choices for each team are listed in bold red. Here goes...a list of the top 40 spots: 1.) Carolina Panthers: QB Cam Newton, Auburn: No matter how you slice it, the Panthers top need is at QB. Many judge Newton as the top QB available in terms of upside.  1.) Carolina Panthers: DT Marcel Dareus, Alabama: While having a top flight QB is a must, football games are still won in the trenches. DT is a huge need position for Carolina, and Dareus is a far safer pick than Cam Newton. I see Newton as the second coming of Vince Young at best. His putrid performance in the NCAA title game against Oregon told me all I needed to know about him; 2.) Denver Broncos: DT Marcel Dareus, Alabama:  As is the case with Carolina, DT is a huge position of need for the Broncos.  2.) Denver Broncos: TRADE! Denver trades this selection to the Washington Redskins in return for the 'Skins 10th, and 41st overall picks in 2011, and their #1 pick in 2012...Washington selects QB Blaine Gabbert, Missouri: Huge gamble by the 'Skins, who roll dice in hopes of landing a franchise QB. Mike Shanahan hopes to get his John Elway/Jay Cutler. QB is the main weakness in D.C., both in the Whitehouse and on the football field. 'Skins get the best available QB in the draft; 3.) Buffalo Bills: OLB Von Miller, Texas A&M: Bills' coach Chan Gailey has found memories of Miller in the Senior Bowl. The Bills will opt to tough it out with Ryan Fitzpatrick at QB.  3.) Buffalo Bills: OLB Von Miller, Texas A&M: If Gabbert is gone, this selection makes sense.  But, if he's still around, they should take him. Gabbert could be the second coming of Jim Kelly. CB Patrick Peterson also should draw consideration; 4.) Cincinnati Bengals: WR A.J. Green, Georgia:  Many view Green as the best player available in this draft. The Bengals hope to lure Carson Palmer back onto the field with this pick. In addition, getting Green will allow them to say goodbye to both Chad Ochocinco, and T.O.. 4.) Cincinnati Bengals: WR A.J. Green, Georgia: With both of the top QBs likely gone, this pick makes sense. T.O and Ocho must go. If Gabbert is still available at #4, it complicates things; 5.) Arizona Cardinals: QB Blaine Gabbert, Missouri:  The Cards are just a good QB away from being a playoff team, again. The addition of Gabbert could entice WR Larry Fitzgerald to stay on in Arizona.  5.) Arizona Cardinals: CB Patrick Peterson, LSU: Though CB is not a major need, Peterson may be the best available player in the draft. If the Patriots were thinking of trading up, this would be the guy they would likely target. OLB is a position of need...so if Von Miller remains of the board, he would make sense; 6.) Cleveland Browns: WR Julio Jones, Alabama:  Jones fills a glaring need at WR. 6.) Cleveland Browns: DT/DE Nick Fairley, Auburn: Some call Fairley a "one year wonder", and others question his maturity. But, Fairley was the best defensive lineman in college football last year...and played his best in the biggest games. Sounds mature enough to me; 7.) San Francisco 49ers: Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU: Mediocre secondary needs an upgrade...and Peterson is the highest rated player available. 7.) San Francisco 49ers: Robert Quinn, DE/OLB, North Carolina: The 49ers, as all teams do, seek an elite pass rusher; 8.) Tennessee Titans: DT/DE Nick Fairley, Auburn: In Fairley, the Titans hope to have found the anchor for their defense for the next 5-10 years. 8.) Tenn. Titans: C/OG Mike Pouncey, Florida: Cam Newton is another Vince Young at best. With Gabbert and Fairley gone, the Titans would love to trade down. But, having no takers, they should pounce on Pouncey. The Titans are one of the few running teams remaining in the league. Star RB Chris Johnson has far less running room in 2010, than in 2009. Pouncey will help rectify that.  9.) Dallas Cowboys: OT Tyron Smith, USC: After seeing Tony Romo get splattered last year, this pick seems to make sense. But, in the world of Jerry Jones... Dallas Cowboys: OT Tyron Smith, USC: The Cowboys must improve their OL; 10.) Washington Redskins: DE J.J. Watt, Wisconsin: Watt has great potential as a 3-4 DE. 10.) Denver Broncos (see trade above): DT Muhammad Wilkerson, Temple: Big guy to clog up the middle...and to get a push in the pocket on pass plays; 11.) Houston Texans: DE/OLB Robert Quinn, North Carolina: The Texans are switching to a 3-4, under new DC, Wade Phillips. Will Quinn be Phillips' Shawne Merriman/DeMarcus Ware? 11.) Houston Texans: OLB Aldon Smith, Missouri: Though the Titan's secondary was a joke last season, Smith fills the bill as a pass rushing OLB; 12.) Minnesota Vikings: DE Da'Quan Bowers, Clemson: DE Ray Edwards is a free agent...who came down to earth after a brilliant playoff stretch in 2009. 12.) Minnesota Vikings: CB Prince Amukamara, Nebraska: Injuries have hit the Vikings hard at CB. The Prince fills a need; 13.) Detroit Lions: CB Prince Amukamara, Nebraska: Those of us who remember the Thanksgiving Day roasting of Lions' CB Alphonso Smith can readily appreciate the necessity of Detroit adding a CB. 13.) Detroit Lions: OT Anthony Castonzo, Boston College:  Protecting alleged franchise QB Matthew Stafford has got to be a major concern, after Stafford painful 2010 campaign. Castonzo is a more finished product than Nate Solder; 14.) St. Louis Rams: DT Corey Liuget, Illinois: Steve Spagnuolo continues to work on manning his DL; 14.) St. Louis Rams: WR Julio Jones, Alabama:  As we saw in the play-in into the play-offs game in Seattle, QB Sam Bradford had no one to throw to. If Jones is available at #14, he's their guy; 15.) Miami Dolphins: RB Mark Ingram, Alabama: Incumbent RBs Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams are UFAs. 15.) Miami Dolphins: QB Ryan Mallett, Arkansas: The 'Fins must find a QB. So, they gamble on a guy who has the ability to become the second coming of Dan Marino; 16.) Jacksonville Jaguars: DE Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue:  The Jags are still looking for that guy who can get to Peyton Manning. 16.) Jacksonville Jaguars: Raheem Moore, FS, UCLA: FS was a glaring weakness last season for the Jags. Though Moore at this point is a bit of a reach, he is by far the best safety available in this draft class; 17.) New England Patriots: DE Cameron Jordan, California: Played 3-4 DE at Cal., and was thought by some to be the best player during the Senior Bowl practices...something that BB has paid attention to in the past. 17.) New England Patriots: DE J.J. Watt, Wisconsin: Tough call, taking Watt over Jordan. Watt is bigger, and appears to fit the Pat's system better.  The Pats badly need a 3-4 DE. Other possibilities include OTs Derek Sherrod and Gabe Carimi, or OG/C Mike Pouncey; 18.) San Diego Chargers: DT/DE Muhammad Wilkerson : Great potential as a 3-4 DE makes him a good fit in San Diego. 18.) San Diego Chargers: DE/OLB Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue : Takes over spot once held by Shawne Merriman, and failed former 2009 first rounder, Larry English; 19.) New York Giants: OG/C Mike Pouncey, Florida: Injuries and age served to deplete the interior of the Giants OL in 2010. 19.) New York Giants: OT Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin:  The G-men need to fix their OL in general. They really wanted Pouncey. But, will have to settle on Carimi; 20.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DE Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue: The Bucs seek to add a pass rush to their young defensive package. 20.) Cameron Jordan, DE, California: According to my draft, Kerrigan is long gone. Jordan fills the need at DE; 21.) Kansas City Chiefs: OLB Akeem Ayers, UCLA: Ayers could be a terror as a 3-4 OLB. 21.) Kansas City Chiefs: OLB Brooks Reed, Arizona: Carimi was the mauling OT that they wanted. But instead, they settle on Reed, who could become another Clay Mathews; 22.) Indianapolis Colts: OT Anthony Castonzo, Boston College: Needed to protect "The Franchise's" blind side. 22.) Indianapolis Colts: OT Derek Sherrod, Mississippi State: See explanation above; 23.) Philadelphia Eagles: OT Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin: Eagles need an upgrade at RT; 23.) Philadelphia Eagles: CB Jimmy Smith, Colorado:  Smith is a tall CB, which may cause Philly fans to fondly reminisce about former star, and tall Philly CB, Bobby Taylor; 24.) New Orleans Saints: DT Phil Taylor, Baylor: The Saints have a hole at DT, next to star, Sedric Ellis. 24.) New Orleans Saints: DT Corey Liuget, Illinois: Fell to the Saints, much like Vince Wilfolk fell to the Pats in 2004; 25.) Seattle Seahawks: QB Jake Locker, Washington: Grooming the eventual replacement for Matt Hasselbeck. Pete Carroll knows him well, from his USC days in the Pac 10. 25.) Seattle Seahawks: QB Cam Newton, Auburn: A good team for Newton to fall to. He won't have to play right away...and won't be in a media hot spot. Worth the risk at pick #25...not in picks 1-10 r; 26.) Baltimore Ravens: CB Jimmy Smith, Colorado:  Major area of weakness for the Buzzards; 26.) Baltimore Ravens: DT/DE Cameron Heyward, Ohio State: The Ravens are rumored to really like him. They'll think about Da'Quan Bowers, but not too fond memories of last years' second round gamble, Sergio Kindle, will end those thoughts ; 27.) Atlanta Falcons: DE Adrian Clayborn, Iowa:  The Falcons' want more of a pass rush, to combat the Aaron Rodgers types of the world.  27.) Atlanta Falcons: WR Torrey Smith: Speed to burn. Another weapon in the hands of Matt Ryan; 28.) New England Patriots: OLB/DE Justin Houston, Georgia: Should replace the aging Tully Banta-Cain. 28.) New England Patriots: Trade! Patriots trade this selection to the Tennessee Titans for the Titan's 2nd round pick, #39 overall, and #1 pick in the 2012 draft. With the 28th overall pick, the Titans select QB Jake Locker, Washington : The Titans had to come out of this draft with a QB. But, as you'll see below, the problem with making this trade is that the Pats will lose both coveted OLBs, Akeem Ayers, and Brooks Reed.   29.) Chicago Bears: OT Nate Solder, Colorado: Jay Cutler was sacked a league high 56 times, last year. 'Nuff said. 29.) Chicago Bears: DT Marvin Austin, North Carolina:  Da' Bears must replace DT Tommie Harris...who they released; 30.) New York Jets: DE Cameron Heyward, Ohio State: The hated Gothams are still trying to erase the Vernon Golston mistake; 30.) New York Jets: OLB Akeem Ayers, UCLA: The Jets hope that Ayers is the answer to their OLB prayers; 31.) Pittsburgh Steelers: CB Aaron Williams, Texas: The Steelers' weakness at CB was exploited by Aaron Rodgers, vis Jordie Nelson. 31.) Pittsburgh Steelers: OG/OT Ben Ijalana, Villanova: The Steelers draft Big Ben to help protect Big Ben; 32.) Green Bay Packers: OT Derek Sherrod, Mississippi State:  Protecting QB Aaron Rodgers is job one in Title-town. 32.) Green Bay Packers: DE Da'Quan Bowers, Clemson: If healthy, could form a scary combination with Clay Matthews, at OLB; 33.) New England Patriots: OG Danny Watkins, Baylor:  The Pats must move to shore up their OL. 33.) New England Patriots: DE/OLB Justin Houston, Georgia: Could Houston finally be the guy to replace Willie McGinest? 34.) Buffalo Bills: ILB Martez Wilson, Illinois: Wilson is the best ILB available in this draft. The Bills need all the help they can get at LB. 34.) Buffalo Bills: QB Colin Kaepernick, Nevada: Kaepernick has all the physical tools. With Ryan Fitzpatroick around, he'll have time to learn the position; 35.) Cincinnati Bengals: QB Andy Dalton, TCU: A winner. But, not a very big guy, and not a very big arm. 35.) Cincinnati Bengals: QB Christian Ponder, Florida State: The Bengals must nab a QB; 36.) Denver Broncos: FS Raheem Moore, UCLA: Denver's safeties are ancient. 36.) Denver Broncos: RB Mark Ingram, Alabama: Denver adds much needed depth and talent to the RB position; 37.) Cleveland Browns: DE Jabaal Sheard, Pittsburgh: The Browns need help at DE, now that they're switching to a 4-3 "D".  37.) Cleveland Browns: WR/KR Randall Cobb, Kentucky: Help  is on the way for Colt McCoy; 38.) Arizona Cardinals: OLB Brooks Reed, Arizona: Joey Porter is old and tired. Only his mouth plays up to it's days of yester-year. 38.) Arizona Cardinals: OLB Bruce Carter, North Carolina: Bye-bye, Joey baby! 39.) Tennessee Titans: QB Ryan Mallett, Arkansas:  I predict that Mallett will be long gone before this spot. But, if he's there, the pick make sense.   39.) New England Patriots: OG Danny Watkins, Baylor: The Pats must have a Plan B, in case things go wrong with Logan Mankins. Even if Mankins returns, Watkins should move right in at RG. The other possibility would be RB Mikel Leshoure of Illinois, who would be a steal at #39. If Leshoure was the pick here, it's likely an indication that the Pats are confident that they'll have Mankins next season; 40.) Dallas Cowboys: CB Brandon Harris, Miami:  The Dallas secondary is becoming a joke...as is the Cowboys' team, in general. 40.) Dallas Cowboys: DE Adrian Clayborn, Iowa:  DE is another of the many areas of concern in Dallas;      Doing a mock helps me to determine who will be available to the Patriots, when they pick. Here are some post top 40 thoughts:      1.) Do you like Kiper's mock, or the one I concocted, better?       2.) Which scenario is more beneficial to the Patriots? Why?       3.) What are your thoughts on the 2011 RB class? I don't think any of them should be #1 picks. Mark Ingram was, in my view, an overrated, part-time player at Alabama. I'm also concerned over the health of the knee he injured in college. RB Mikel Leshoure may be the better player.      4.) How important to you is it that the Pats secure an elite OT? There's going to be a run on OTs in the first round. So...if the Pats don't grab one at pick #17, they won't get one of the 5 elites (Smith. Castonzo, Carimi, Sherrod, or Solder). But, OTs such as Marcus Gilbert from Florida, and Jah Reid of Central Florida, James Carpenter of Alabama, and OG/OT Will Rackley would likely be available to the Pats with their 60th overall pick.         5.) My guess is that several teams will reach for QBs. Thus, a QB desperate team like Washington and Tennessee might overpay to move up. You can make book that the Pats will trade either the 28th or 33rd overall pick to one of the QB needy teams.      6.) Speaking of QBs, Iowa'a Ricky Stanzi is underrated. The Colts should strive to get him...just in case the unthinkable occurs with Peyton.      7.) After seeing what happened with Vince Young, does anybody think that Carolina should risk taking Cam Newton at #1?             
    Posted by TexasPat3


    I believe that there are a few players that people are way over on.
    1) Wisniewski, not that good at OC, only decent OG.
    2) Newton, huge boom or bust, too risky for a top 5 pick
    3) Watkins, he is solid, but not a top 5 OG in this draft!  His age alone will put him in late 2nd to mid 3rd round pick.
     
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    Great mock draft!!! I have my fingers crossed for DeMarco Murray. If we can get him btwn 3 - 5 rds... Freaking steal!!!!
    Posted by italianredsox
    I agree cannot believe Demarco is being slighted. The guy can take it the distance, good blitz pickup and good receiver out of the backfield.
     
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    Re: Updated 2011 Mock Draft (updated on 4/18/11)

    Tex the only problem I see is that you have Wilkerson going 10 to Denver. Mark my words, he will be at the end of the 1st round if lucky. I was the first to tell people about Bowers slipping out of the first few picks weeks ago. I see no way the overated Wilkerson goes that High. Everything else looks good.
     
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    Re: Updated 2011 Mock Draft (updated on 4/18/11)

    Tex ~ Interesting idea comparing Kipers Draft with your own . 

     Who knowss...maybe you will bets him.
    One thing is certain , NOBODY has a clue as to exactly which way this particular draft is going to go....too many variables this year.
     
       I also like that you include trades...
    However I find it hard to believe that moving back 10 spots with #28 is going to net the Pats an extra 2011 1st rounder .

      Not gonna happen.

    Plus , If there any sure thing in this draft , it's that #33 will be traded .
     
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    Re: Updated 2011 Mock Draft (updated on 4/18/11)

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    In Response to Re: Updated 2011 Mock Draft (updated on 4/18/11) :      Here's the latest mock draft from Profootballtalk.com: http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/04/19/2011-mock-draft-take-four/      They predict that four QBs will be taken in the first 16 picks.
    Posted by TexasPat3


    I personally wouldn't mind kerrigan, jordan, and solder with my first three picks.  Both running backs still there as well.
     
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