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  • All-New 5-rd Shocker Mock!

    Round 1
    1. Miami (1-15) Darren McFadden
    2. St. Louis (3-13) Chris Long
    3. Atlanta* (4-12) Jake Long
    4. Oakland* (4-12) Sedrick Ellis
    5. Kansas City* (4-12) Vernon Gholston
    6. New York Jets (4-12) Rashard Mendenhall
    7. New England -- from San Francisco (5-11) Glenn Dorsey
    8. Baltimore (5-11) DRC
    9. Cincinnati (7-9) Leodis McKelvin
    10. New Orleans (7-9) Keith Rivers
    11. Buffalo (7-9) Mike Jenkins
    12. Denver (7-9) Ryan Clady
    13. Carolina (7-9) Dan Connor
    14. Chicago (7-9) Jonathan Stewart
    15. Detroit (7-9) Chris Williams
    16. Arizona (8-8) Antoine Cason
    17. Minnesota (8-8) Kenny Phillips
    18. Houston (8-8) Pat Sims
    19. Philadelphia (8-8) Carl Nicks
    20. Tampa Bay (9-7) Matt Ryan
    21. Washington (9-7) Devin Thomas
    22. Dallas -- from Cleveland (10-6) Malcolm Kelly
    23. Pittsburgh (10-6) Limas Sweed
    24. Tennessee (10-6) Phillip Merling
    25. Seattle (10-6) Brandon Albert
    26. Jacksonville (11-5) Derrick Harvey
    27. San Diego (11-5) Gosder Cherilus
    28. Dallas (13-3) Chris Johnson
    29. San Francisco -- from Indianapolis (13-3) Desean Jackson
    30. Green Bay (13-3) Martellus Bennett
    31. New York Giants (10-6) James Hardy
    Round 2
    32. Miami (1-15) Jeff Otah
    33. St. Louis (3-13) Curtis Lofton
    34. Atlanta -- from Oakland (4-12) Brian Brohm
    35. Kansas City (4-12) Reggie Smith
    36. New York Jets (4-12) Quentin Groves
    37. Atlanta (4-12) Brandon Flowers
    38. Baltimore (5-11) Early Doucet
    39. San Francisco (5-11) Andre Caldwell
    40. New Orleans (7-9) Terrell Thomas
    41. Buffalo (7-9) John Carlson
    42. Denver (7-9) Sam Baker
    43. Carolina (7-9) Kentwan Balmer
    44. Chicago (7-9) Chad Henne
    45. Detroit (7-9) Jerod Mayo
    46. Cincinnati (7-9) Erin Henderson
    47. Minnesota (8-8) Lawrence Jackson
    48. Atlanta -- from Houston (8-8) Red Bryant
    49. Philadelphia (8-8) Mario Manningham
    50. Arizona (8-8) Chris Ellis
    51. Washington (9-7) Calais Campbell
    52. Tampa Bay (9-7) Aqib Talib
    53. Pittsburgh (10-6) Roy Shuening
    54. Tennessee (10-6) Ray Rice
    55. Seattle (10-6) Fred Davis
    56. Green Bay -- from Cleveland (10-6) Tracy Porter
    57. Miami -- from San Diego (11-5) Jerome Simpson
    58. Jacksonville (11-5) Eddie Royal
    59. Indianapolis (13-3) Xavier Adibi
    60. Green Bay (13-3) Dustin Keller
    61. Dallas (13-3) Frank Okam
    62. New England (16-0) Tom Zbikowski
    63. New York Giants (10-6) Tyrell Johnson


    Round 3
    64. Miami (1-15) Oniel Cousins
    65. St. Louis (3-13) Patrick Lee
    66. Kansas City (4-12) Anthony Collins
    67. Carolina -- from New York Jets (4-12) JD Booty
    68. Atlanta (4-12) Chilo Rachal
    69. New England -- from Oakland (4-12) Charles Godfrey
    70. Chicago -- from San Francisco (5-11) DJ Hall
    71. Jacksonville -- Buffalo (7-9) Zack Bowman
    72. Buffalo -- from Baltimore (5-11) Jordy Nelson
    73. Minnesota -- from Denver (7-9) Joe Flacco
    74. Carolina (7-9) Matt Forte
    75. San Francisco -- from Chicago (7-9) Ahtyba Rubin
    76. Detroit (7-9) Tony Hills
    77. Cincinnati (7-9) Josh Barrett
    78. New Orleans (7-9) Kendall Langford
    79. Houston (8-8) Jamaal Charles
    80. Philadelphia (8-8) Jermichael Finley
    81. Arizona (8-8) Dre Moore
    82. Minnesota (8-8) Barry Richardson
    83. Tampa Bay (9-7) Keenan Burton
    84. Washington (9-7) Quintin Demps
    85. Tennessee (10-6) Dorien Bryant
    86. Seattle (10-6) Andre Woodson
    87. Detroit -- from Cleveland (10-6) Trevor Laws
    88. Pittsburgh (10-6) Simeon Castille
    89. Jacksonville (11-5) Mike Pollack
    90. Chicago -- from San Diego (11-5) Micah Rucker
    91. Green Bay (13-3) Owen Schmitt
    92. Dallas (13-3) Justin King
    93. Indianapolis (13-3) Demorrio Pressley
    94. New England* (16-0) Chevis Jackson
    95. New York Giants (10-6) Vince Hall
    Washington - Marcus Monk
    Cincinnati – Jason Shirley
    Baltimore – Bruce Davis
    Round 4
    96. Miami (1-15) Martin Rucker
    97. St. Louis (3-13) Brad Cottam
    98. New York Jets (4-12) Kirk Barton
    99. Atlanta (4-12) Ali Highsmith
    100. Oakland (4-12) Steve Justice
    101. Kansas City (4-12) Mike McGlynn
    102. Baltimore (5-11) Robert Felton
    103. San Francisco (5-11) John Greco
    104. Denver (7-9) Earl Bennett
    105. Carolina (7-9) Thomas Decoud
    106. Chicago (7-9) Eric Young
    107. Detroit (7-9) Jalen Parmele
    108. Cincinnati (7-9) Chris Harrington
    109. New York Jets -- From New Orleans (7-9) Ezra Butler
    110. Buffalo (7-9) Peyton Hillis
    111. Philadelphia (8-8) Drew Radovich
    112. Arizona (8-8) Adam Spieker
    113. Minnesota (8-8) Ernie Wheelright
    114. Houston (8-8) Johnathan Hefney
    115. Denver Broncos -- from Washington (9-7) Caleb Campbell
    116. Tampa Bay (9-7) Tashard Choice
    117. Seattle (10-6) Marcus Henry
    118. Cleveland (10-6) Kevin Smith
    119. Pittsburgh (10-6) Dwight Lowery
    120. Tennessee (10-6) Josh Morgan
    121. Jacksonville (11-5) Jack Ikegwuonu
    122. Dallas (13-3) Cliff Avril
    123. Indianapolis (13-3) Jordon Dizon
    124. Green Bay (13-3) Brian Johnston
    125. New England (16-0) Beau Bell
    126. New York Giants (10-6) Tyvon Branch
    Buffalo – Jeremy Zuttah
    Baltimore – Josh Johnson
    Philadelphia – Phillip Wheeler
    Green bay – Donnie Avery
    Tennessee – Jonathan Goff
    San diego – Jason Jones
    Round 5
    127. Kansas City -- from Miami (1-15) Kevin Robinson
    128. St. Louis (3-13) Chad Rinehart
    129. Atlanta (4-12) Kellen Davis
    130. Denver -- from Oakland (4-12) Spencer Larsen
    131. Kansas City (4-12) Michael Grant
    132. Carolina Panthers -- from New York Jets (4-12) Jordan Grimes
    133. Chicago -- from Carolina (7-9) Brandyn Dombrowski
    134. Buffalo -- from Chicago (7-9) Jameel McClain
    135. Detroit (7-9) Louis Holmes
    136. Cincinnati (7-9) Shannon Tevaga
    137. New Orleans (7-9) Nick Hayden
    138. Jacksonville -- from Buffalo (7-9) Jacob Tamme
    139. Denver (7-9) Jeremy Thompson
    140. Arizona (8-8) Felix Jones
    141. Minnesota (8-8) Craig Stevens
    142. Houston (8-8) Mike Fladell
    143. Philadelphia (8-8) Darrell Robertson
    144. Tampa Bay (9-7) Bo Ruud
    145. Washington (9-7) John Sullivan
    146. Cleveland (10-6) Terrence Wheatley
    147. Pittsburgh (10-6) Andrew Bain
    148. Tennessee (10-6) Tom Santi
    149. Seattle (10-6) Darnell Terrell
    150. Jacksonville (11-5) Marcus Harrison
    151. San Diego (11-5) Jacob Hester
    152. Indianapolis (13-3) Chase Ortiz
    153. Green Bay (13-3) Antwaun Molden
    154. Dallas (13-3) Al Phillips
    155. New England (16-0) Joey Haynos
    156. New York Giants (10-6) Doug Legursky
    Philadelphia - DaJuan Morgan
    Ny giants – Orlando Scandrick

  • #2
    Trying to steal Matt's thunder huh. Pretty cool.

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    • #3
      i have a feeling that while some of these players might slide, there would probably be trades to go get them. but heck it was fun anyway.

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      • #4
        Gholston to KC? I dun get it.

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        • #5
          think of it. hali, gholston, and allen. unstoppable. they met some other needs later on.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by starqb14 View Post
            think of it. hali, gholston, and allen. unstoppable. they met some other needs later on.
            I can't see them taking Jared Allen out since he can consistently command and defeat double teams.

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            • #7
              nah nah nah shocker mock was MY IDEA.... watch out for it leading up to the draft (walter and i will co-write)
              2014-2015 Kentucky Wildcats (38-1)

              Congrats to Wisconsin. Even more congrats to UK haters.

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              • #8
                Ahh...finally someone who appreciates the Lions need for an OT.

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                • #9
                  Peyton Hillis isn't the true FB we want
                  Jameel McClain don't know who that is

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                  • #10
                    i think hillis is better than you think.
                    jameel mcclain is a good pass rusher.
                    Last edited by starqb14; 03-30-2008, 08:13 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Jameel McClain. Syracuse.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by PuppyPuncher View Post
                        I can't see them taking Jared Allen out since he can consistently command and defeat double teams.
                        well this gives him either a breather or allows them to have all three out there at once. gholston is super athletic and versatile and could allow them to line those three guys up anywhere. if i were a chief fan i'd be drooling over the possibilities. esp since the o-line gets addressed later on with in-state collins and super tough/versatile mike mcglynn

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by starqb14 View Post
                          well this gives him either a breather or allows them to have all three out there at once. gholston is super athletic and versatile and could allow them to line those three guys up anywhere. if i were a chief fan i'd be drooling over the possibilities. esp since the o-line gets addressed later on with in-state collins and super tough/versatile mike mcglynn
                          I've never seen Gholston as versatile. They have Turk McBride to fill that role.

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                          • #14
                            just look at GB and NY. depth is key to having those players going 110 mph in the fourth quarter, and for the entire season.
                            and that's where you create massive problems for teams.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by starqb14 View Post
                              just look at GB and NY. depth is key to having those players going 110 mph in the fourth quarter, and for the entire season.
                              and that's where you create massive problems for teams.
                              You also need to score points on offense.

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