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Mock Draft-1st Round: 2/4/09

A table that finally works.  Because of my laziness, if you click on the link, it takes you to a scouting report.  Some of the reports haven’t been completed (or started), but check out the rest of the site.  It’s great.

# Team Pick
1 Detroit Lions
(0-16)
Andre Smith, OT, Alabama.
2 St. Louis Rams
(2-14)
Eugene Monroe, OT, Virginia
3 Kansas City Chiefs
(2-14)
 Aaron Curry, OLB, Wake Forest
4 Seattle Seahawks
(4-12)
 Micheal Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
5 Cleveland Browns
(4-12)
 Malcolm Jenkins, CB, Ohio St.
6 Cincinnati Bengals
(4-11-1)
 Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
7 Oakland Raiders
(5-11)
 Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri.
8 Jacksonville Jaguars
(5-11)
 B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College.
9 Green Bay Packers
(6-10)
 Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas.
10 San Francisco 49ers
(7-9)
 Matt Stafford, QB, Georgia.
11 Buffalo Bills
(7-9)
 Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Oklahoma St.
12 Denver Broncos
(8-8)
 William Moore, S, Missouri.
13 Washington Redskins
(8-8)
 Rey Maualuga, ILB, Ohio St.
14 New Orleans Saints
(8-8)
 Everette Brown, DE/OLB, Florida St.
15 Houston Texans
(8-8)
 Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
16 San Diego Chargers
(8-8)
 James Lauranitis, ILB, Ohio St.
17 New York Jets
(9-7)
 Micheal Oher, OT, Ole Miss
18 Chicago Bears
(9-7)
 Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(9-7)
 Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
20 Detroit Lions
(9-7, Pick via Cowboys)
 Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
21 Philadelphia Eagles
(9-6-1)
 Chris “Beanie” Wells, RB, Ohio St.
22 Minnesota Vikings
(10-6)
 Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
23 New England Patriots
(11-6)
 LeSean McCoy, RB, Pittsburgh
24 Atlanta Falcons
(11-5)
 Eben Britton, OT, Arizona
25 Miami Dolphins
(11-5)
Clint Sintim, OLB, Virginia 
26 Baltimore Ravens
(11-5)
 D.J. Moore, CB, Vanderbilt-With McAllister almost definitely leaving, the Ravens need a corner to go along with Fabian Washington, and Samari Rolle is at the end of his road. Moore is a ball-hawk, grabbing a pick per 2 games for the last two seasons.  He has ok size, 5’10″, but is very physical and talented. 
27 Indianapolis Colts
12-4)
 Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma.
28 Philadelphia Eagles
(12-4; Pick via CAR)
 Darry Beckwith, ILB, LSU
29 New York Giants
(12-4)
 Brian Cushing, OLB, USC
30 Tennessee Titans
(13-3)
 Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
31 Arizona Cardinals
(9-7)
 Peria Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
32 Pittsburgh Steelers
(12-4)
 Alex Mack, C, Cal

Topics: #1 Overall Pick, 1st Round, Draft Pick, Lions Pick, Mock, NFL Draft, NFL Mock Draft, Ravens 1st Round

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  • Henry Gardner

     I agree with you about needing a big time corner, but I think a big WR would be a better pick in round 1 and then get Harris or Mickens in rd. two.  Once Jenkins and Davis are gone, the  drop off is pretty significant.

  • Henry Gardner

    Sorry, should of stated that the Ravens were the team I was talking about in my previous post.

  • Joe B

    Henry, that makes some sense, and I was having alot of trouble on that pick, but do you think that Kenny Britt or Louis Murphy are good enough to pass up on a 1st-round caliber corner?  There are some great WR’s on the market, and the Ravens have Marcus Smith improving, and Demetrius Williams returning.  A 2nd-round receiver, someone like Ramases Barton (did I spell it right?) from Cal Poly, a tall-posession guy would be a great fit

  • adam katz

    The jets taking an o linemen not going to happen. They mostly are going with some help on D like a CB or D end.

  • Joe B

    Adam, 

    If you had the chance to take Oher, wouldn’t you.  My thinking behind that was that if a great blocker like that falls to you, you should take him
  • http://landryhat davedallasfan

    hey chauncy gardner, don’t waste your d picks on wrs…..it ain’t worth it…..not in the first round. first round should always be for that impact rb or qb or any D positions available. thats how you build a winner D first. you guys will need to keep replacing them now. you can get wrs in the third round or later and the talent will be the same as a projected first round, because it takes roughly 3 years for a wr to fully develop for nfl play.

  • Frank

    I’d love to see Stafford fall to us…but, I’d be amazed if that happened.  If not, I expect Singletary to get his top pass rusher, which would be either Brown or Orakpo.  If Raji was still around, he could also be the pick.

  • http://landryhat davedallasfan

    I UNDERSTAND YOUR THERORY ABOUT STAFFORD FALLING, ???? WHO KNOWS ABOUT IT…..NO ONE REALLY NEEDS A QB IN THE TOP 5-6…….BUT NO WAY DOES CRABTREE GET BY KC WITH HALEY AS THEIR NEW COACH. IF HE COULD PAIR HIM WITH BOWE AND BOOST FOR THIGPEN, AND TALK LARRY  J. INTO STAYIN????? I SEE HIM TAKIN CRABTREE AT 3

  • Joe B

    That KC pick at #3 should be interesting, and it will definitely change after the pre-draft workouts and the combine.  I think that Crabtree could go as high as #2 to St. Louis (if they go insane) or as low as the picks 10-15 range.  We’ll see

  • Benji

    Cheifs will take Crabtree. With Todd Haley as the new coach, he has a chance to draft the next Larry Fitz and create a great tandom with Bowe and Craptree.

  • Henry Gardner

    Hey davedallass fan, the name is Henry not Chauncy. And you are telling me not to waste a pick on a WR, an  then turn around and tell someone else KC should not let a WR get by them. Make up your mind. Besides once Davis and Jenkins are gone, there is a big drop off. If the Ravens have a chance at Britt, Nicks, or Bey, they need to grab one of them. This is the piece that has been missing from their offense for many years now. Marcus Smith is still a project. D. Williams can’t seem to stay on the field, always hurt. I think Mickens will be available in  rd. 2.  Plus, the Ravens just signed Foxworth.

  • Joe B

    I like your style HG

  • http://landryhat davedallasfan

    hey chauncey, or henry, or hank for that matter. i said don’t take a wr in the first round, yes. i said you guys should’nt waste your first round pick on a wr. i said that it usually takes 3 years for one to develop a nfl wr, so you can find good talent at the position in later rounds. taking one in the first is usually a waste? you guys will need D help with the free agents you’ll potentially will loose? make sense now? what i meant was that with crabtree available with the #3 pick, that no way does KC let him go by with haley as their new coach. he will want an offense similar to what he had in arizona? i’m not saying that i think it is right, i just said taking one in the first is not what i believe is right. but that does’nt mean a coach like haley agrees with me? this is my opinion on what i believe KC does, and what you guys should do? sorry for the mix up.

  • http://landryhat davedallasfan

    i, still would not take a wr in the first round. i don’t think the impact that a wr has in their first 2 years in the league warrant a first round pick. very, very few wrs hit on their first year in the league. it is a position that takes time to develop. the first 2 rounds, this day and age, requires the impact, imeidiate starter. better suited for a D-player, rb, or franchise qb that you can afford to let set and learn, MAYBE? but not a wr. history proves that this theroey might be right?