NFL Mock Draft 2.0

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14: St. Louis Rams: Julio Jones, WR, Alabama -

15:  Miami Dolphins: Mike Pouncey, G, Florida

16:  Jacksonville JaguarsCameron Jordan, DE/DT, California

17:  New England (via Oakland) - Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue

18:  San Diego Chargers - J.J. Watt, DE/DT, Wisconsin

19:  NY Giants - Nate Solder, OT, Colorado

20:  Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa

21:  Kansas City Chiefs: Justin Houston, DE/OLB, Georgia

22:  Indianapolis Colts:  Tyron Smith, OT, USC

23:  Philadelphia Eagles: Gabe Carimi, OT/G, Wisconsin

24:  New Orleans Saints: Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State

25:  Seattle Seahawks: Brandon Harris, CB, Miami – The Seahawks may be the landing spot for Ryan Mallet in the first round but that will really depend on what happens with Matt Hasselbeck and more importantly if HC Pete Carrol believes he can find a better option in round 2, with maybe a Ricky Stanzi or a Christian Ponder later in the draft.  It’s safe to assume that RB will not be an option here.

26:  Baltimore Ravens: Cameron Heyward, DE/DT, Ohio State

27:  Atlanta Falcons:   Anthony Costanzo, OT, Boston College

28: New England Patriots: Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama:

29:  Chicago Bears:  Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State  -

30:  NY Jets:  Allen Bailey, DE, Miami

31:  Green Bay Packers:  Jeremy Beal, DE, Oklahoma

32:  Pittsburgh Steelers:  Marcus Cannon, G, TCU

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  • Joat

    DT is going to fill non-existent void left by Pepoers’ departure? Don’t disagree with the pick, but Charles Johnson DE outperformed Peppers DE on the season. The void is and has been at DT since Jenkins left, not Pep.

    Also, we don’t have a second round pick because of the Edwards experiment(results pending).

    I would have no problem with Green who could help leagues worst O, was only multi year stud and looks to be clear cut BPA.

    Green or Fairley and I’m happy.

  • Brian Miller

    Fixed the round 2 comment…forgot about that. Thanks.

  • http://builderbythesea.com coffee

    I agree that it’s now a Fairly Luckless draft. Don’t see us goin’ Green. The new rcvrs we have aren’t on the verge of being Steve Smith, but you’re right; enough invested last year & they look like they’ll do at least OK if they have a decent QB.

  • Blkcats89

    I belive drafting Fairly will have the biggest and fastest impact on our team. He will make our entire defense better. His size and quickness will allow him to get into the backfield and disrupt plays. He will require teams to double him and that will free up our talented group of linebackers. That means we should be able to put more pressure on the QB and possibly have more turnovers.
    Green would be a nice addition offensively but his talent wouldnt have the immidiate impact Fairly will.
    Just to throw this out there. I thought about a trade idea with the Bengals. Palmer and the the Bengals 1st round pick for D. Williams and the #1 overall pick. I heard Palmer isnt happy there with the Bengals and I belive he still has great talent. He coul;d be a great mentor for Jimmy and Tony. Like I said Im just throwing this out there.If we feel like WE need more in the trade then throw in the bengals 2nd round pick as well. Maybe Im just dreaming.

  • mcap

    Everyone is talking about Fairly,but there is another stud by the name of Bowers that would look really nice on the opposite end of Johnson. Green would also be a super pick-up,would give Smitty the much needed help he deserves.

    Will be happy with any of the 3

  • wardeagle

    Hey, diehard Auburn fan and just wanted to share Nick Fairley and Cam Newton Highlights and see what people thought of the two.

    2010 Auburn Tigers: Cameron (Cam) Newton Heisman Trophy Highlights
    http://whosright.com/poll/2010-auburn-tigers-cameron-(cam)-newton-heisman-trophy-highlights

    Nick Fairley Lombardi Award Winning Highlights
    http://whosright.com/poll/2010-auburn-tigers-nick-fairley-lombardi-award-winning-highlights

    Nick is the real deal! I think Cam needs a little work.