Wednesday, December 23, 2009
12/23/09 Mock Draft!
1. St. Louis (1-13) NDAMUKONG SUH, DT NEBRASKA
St. Louis has been HORRIBLE in 2009 to say the least. In the prime of Stephen Jackson's career it makes much more sense for them to bring in as much as talent anywhere as possible than to grab a QB with a one in a lifetime prospect in Suh looking at them. Ndamukong has proven he can be a true one man wrecking crew and he will change the fortunes of whatever franchise drafts him.
2. Detroit (2-12) BRUCE CAMPBELL, OT MARYLAND
How many games did Matt Stafford miss this year?
3. Tampa Bay (2-12) GERALD MCCOY, DT, OKLAHOMA
Tampa already has their QB, they need to solidify their D after trading the bust Gaines Adams.
4. Cleveland (3-11) JIMMY CLAUSEN, QB, NOTRE DAME
Cleveland fans won't like this but it will happen. Everything will be brand new in Cleveland next season. Quinn and Anderson will be cut or one could be left to backup. Its time for a fresh start, starting with a new face of the franchise.
5. Kansas City (3-11) RUSSELL OKUNG, OT, OKLAHOMA STATE
6. Washington (4-10) Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas
Same as Cleveland. Everything will be new. They need to let Jason Campbell continue his career elsewhere and stop leading him on.
7. Buffalo (5-9) DEZ BRYANT, WR, OKLAHOMA STATE
Terrell Owens will be 37 years old next season.
8. Seattle (5-9) ERIC BERRY, DB, TENNESSEE
9. Denver - from Chicago (5-9) SAM BRADFORD, QB, OKLAHOMA
Josh McDaniels' traded for Kyle Orton last offseason because Jay Cutler couldnt coexist with ownership. After this season of missed points and possessions there is no way Josh McDaniels ponies up with Kyle Orton for the long haul. Not if he wants to keep his job.
10. Oakland (5-9) TAYLOR MAYS, S, SOUTHERN CAL
He's how tall? How fast? How strong? Wait. Did you say something about cover skills? #WEOFFTHAT
11. San Francisco (6-8) JOE HADEN, CB, FLORIDA
Dre Bly and Nate Clemets aren't spring chicken.
12. San Francisco - from Carolina (6-8) Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech
Manny Lawson keep that Gatorade cold.
13. Jacksonville (7-7) TIM TEBOW, QB, FLORIDA
Tim will be asked to save the NFL's failing Florida franchise. It's kind of ironic that he will be looked at as their savior.
14. Pittsburgh (7-7) ARRELIOUS BENN, WR, ILLINOIS
Limas Sweed keep that Gatorade cold.
15. Houston (7-7) C.J. SPILLER, RB, CLEMSON
Steve Slaton can't hold on the ball. Spiller will leave him holding onto his balls on the sideline.
16. New York Jets (7-7) Dan Williams, NT, Tennessee
Kris Jenkins suffered another knee injury. Dan Williams is similar to his former teammate Robert Ayers as he's turnt it up at the end of the season and gotten noticed quick.
17. Atlanta (7-7) Earl Thomas, FS, Texas
18. Tennessee (7-7) BRANDON SPIKES, ILB, FLORIDA
Keith Bulluck tore his ACL in a contract year. 'Nuff said.
19. Miami (7-7) TERRENCE CODY, DT, ALABAMA
20. New York Giants (8-6) Pat Robinson CB FSU
21. Baltimore* (8-6) BRANDON LAFELL, WR, LOUISIANA STATE
22. Seattle - from Denver* (8-6) Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers
23. Green Bay* (9-5) Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa
Aaron Rodgers needs help on the line.
24. Arizona* (9-5) JERMAINE GRESHAM, TE, OKLAHOMA
25. Cincinnati* (9-5) Golden Tate, WR Notre Dame
Coles and Ocho are in their 30's. Henry is no longer with us. Caldwell has broke out from the group of young receivers they have, but he is not in Tate's category as a complete player.
26. Dallas* (9-5) Damian Williams WR USC
Terrell Owens? Nah we don't miss him.....
27. New England* (9-5) Javid Best, RB California
A surprise pick. The Pats have defensive problems, but I believe they need a jolt on offense. Sometimes your best defense is a ball hogging offense. Best is a younger faster Kevin Faulk who will convert 3rd downs from all over the field.
28. Philadelphia* (10-4) Carlos Dunlap DE Florida
29. Minnesota* (11-3) Sean Weatherspoon OLB Missouri
30. San Diego* (11-3) JONATHAN DWYER, RB, GEORGIA TECH
31. New Orleans* (13-1) Ras-I Dowling, CB UVA
32. Indianapolis* (14-0) Sergio Kindle OLB Texas