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The Mock That Never Ends.

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It's the offseason and the days before the draft just get duller and duller it seems. Although the anticipation is definitely mounting.

Anyways, you all know the drill.

I will post the draft order below

And I will start with the first pick.

Round 1, pick 1

St. Louis Ram's select Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma

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Full Draft order

Round 1

St. Louis (1-15)

Detroit (2-14)

Tampa Bay (3-13)

Washington (4-12)

Kansas City (4-12)

Seattle (5-11)

Cleveland (5-11)

Oakland (5-11)

Buffalo (6-10)

Jacksonville (7-9)

Denver - from Chicago (7-9)

Miami (7-9)

San Francisco (8-8)

Seattle - from Denver (8-8)

New York Giants (8-8)

Tennessee (8-8)

San Francisco - from Carolina (8-8)

Pittsburgh (9-7)

Atlanta (9-7)

Houston (9-7)

Cincinnati* (10-6)

New England* (10-6)

Green Bay* (11-5)

Philadelphia* (11-5)

Baltimore* (9-7)

Arizona* (10-6)

Dallas* (11-5)

San Diego* (13-3)

New York Jets* (9-7)

Minnesota* (12-4)

Indianapolis* (14-2)

New Orleans* (13-3)

Chicago-Denver: Jay Cutler

Denver-Seattle: Alphonso Smith

Carolina-San Francisco: Everette Brown

Round 2

St. Louis (1-15)

Detroit (2-14)

Tampa Bay (3-13)

Kansas City (4-12)

Washington (4-12)

Cleveland (5-11)

Oakland (5-11)

San Diego - from Seattle (5-11)

Buffalo (6-10)

Tampa Bay - from Chicago (7-9)

Miami (7-9)

New England - from Jacksonville (7-9)

Denver (8-8)

New York Giants (8-8)

New England - from Tennessee (8-8)

Carolina (8-8)

San Francisco (8-8)

Kansas City - from Atlanta (9-7)

Houston (9-7)

Pittsburgh (9-7)

New England* (10-6)

Cincinnati* (10-6)

Philadelphia* (11-5)

Green Bay* (11-5)

Baltimore* (9-7)

Arizona* (10-6)

Dallas* (11-5)

Seattle - from San Diego* (13-3)

New York Jets* (9-7)

Minnesota* (12-4)

Indianapolis* (14-2)

New Orleans* (13-3)

Atlanta-Kansas City: Tony Gonzalez

Jacksonville-New England: Derek Cox

Tennessee-New England: Jared Cook

Seattle-San Diego: Charlie Whitehurst

San Diego-Seattle: Charlie Whitehurst

Round 3

St. Louis (1-15)

Detroit (2-14)

Tampa Bay (3-13)

Kansas City (4-12)

Oakland (5-11)

Philadelphia - from Seattle (5-11)

Cleveland (5-11)

Buffalo (6-10)

Miami (7-9)

Jacksonville (7-9)

Chicago (7-9)

New York Giants (8-8)

Tennessee (8-8)

Carolina (8-8)

San Francisco (8-8)

Denver (8-8)

Houston (9-7)

Pittsburgh (9-7)

Atlanta (9-7)

Cincinnati* (10-6)

Cleveland - from Oakland via New England* (10-6)

Green Bay* (11-5)

Philadelphia* (11-5)

Arizona - from Baltimore* (9-7)

Arizona* (10-6)

Dallas* (11-5)

San Diego* (13-3)

Cleveland - from New York Jets* (9-7)

Minnesota* (12-4)

Indianapolis* (14-2)

New Orleans* (13-3)

Cincinnati (comp)

Tennessee (comp)

Atlanta (comp)

Seattle-Philadelphia: Deon Butler

Washington used its 3rd-rounder in the Supplemental Draft

New England-Oakland: Derrick Burgess

Oakland-Cleveland: Kamerion Wimbley

Jets-Cleveland: Braylon Edwards

Baltimore-Arizona: Anquan Boldin

Round 4

St. Louis (1-15)

Detroit (2-14)

Tampa Bay (3-13)

Kansas City (4-12)

Washington (4-12)

Seattle (5-11)

Cleveland (5-11)

Oakland (5-11)

Buffalo (6-10)

Jacksonville (7-9)

Chicago (7-9)

Miami (7-9)

Tennessee (8-8)

Carolina (8-8)

San Francisco (8-8)

Denver (8-8)

New York Giants (8-8)

Pittsburgh (9-7)

Atlanta (9-7)

Houston (9-7)

New England* (10-6)

Cincinnati* (10-6)

Philadelphia* (11-5)

Green Bay* (11-5)

Arizona - from Baltimore* (9-7)

New York Jets - from Arizona* (10-6)

Dallas* (11-5)

San Diego* (13-3)

Seattle - from Philadelphia via New York Jets* (9-7)

Minnesota* (12-4)

Indianapolis* (14-2)

New Orleans* (13-3)

Cincinnati (comp)

Baltimore-Arizona: Anquan Boldin

Arizona-Jets: Kerry Rhodes

Jets-Philadelphia: Lito Sheppard

Philadelphia-Seattle: Darryl Tapp

Round 5

St. Louis (1-15)

Detroit (2-14)

Cleveland - from Tampa Bay (3-13)

Washington (4-12)

Kansas City (4-12)

Cleveland (5-11)

Oakland (5-11)

Seattle (5-11)

Buffalo (6-10)

Chicago (7-9)

Kansas City - from Miami (7-9)

Jacksonville (7-9)

Kansas City - from Carolina (8-8)

San Francisco (8-8)

Cleveland - from Detroit via Denver (8-8)

New York Giants (8-8)

Tennessee (8-8)

Atlanta (9-7)

Houston (9-7)

Pittsburgh (9-7)

Cincinnati* (10-6)

Tampa Bay - from New England* (10-6)

Green Bay* (11-5)

St. Louis - from Philadelphia* (11-5)

Baltimore* (9-7)

Baltimore - from Arizona* (10-6)

Oakland - from New England via Denver and Dallas* (11-5)

San Diego* (13-3)

Cleveland - from New York Jets* (9-7)

Minnesota* (12-4)

Indianapolis* (14-2)

New York Jets - from Philadelphia via New Orleans* (13-3)

Pittsburgh (comp)

Atlanta (comp)

Pittsburgh (comp)

Minnesota (comp)

San Diego (comp)

Green Bay (comp)

Dallas-Denver: Montrae Holland; Denver-New England: LeKevin Smith; Oakland-New England: Derrick Burgess

New England-Tampa Bay: Alex Smith (TE)

Tampa Bay-Cleveland: Kellen Winslow Jr.

Denver-Detroit: Tom Brandstater

New Orleans-Philadelphia: Thomas Morstead

New England-Oakland: Derrick Burgess

Jets-Cleveland: Braylon Edwards

Chiefs-Dolphins: Tyler Thigpen

Chiefs-Panthers: Tank Tyler

Cleveland-Detroit: Corey Williams

Arizona-Baltimore: Anquan Boldin

Round 6

St. Louis (1-15)

Atlanta - from Detroit (2-14)

Tampa Bay (3-13)

Miami - from Kansas City (4-12)

Miami - from Washington (4-12)

Carolina - from Oakland (5-11)

Seattle (5-11)

Cleveland (5-11)

Buffalo (6-10)

Miami (7-9)

Jacksonville (7-9)

Chicago (7-9)

San Francisco (8-8)

Denver (8-8)

New York Giants (8-8)

Tennessee (8-8)

Cleveland - from Carolina (8-8)

Houston (9-7)

Pittsburgh (9-7)

Atlanta (9-7)

New England* (10-6)

Cincinnati* (10-6)

Buffalo - from Philadelphia* (11-5)

Green Bay* (11-5)

Baltimore* (9-7)

Arizona* (10-6)

Dallas* (11-5)

Houston - from San Diego* (13-3)

New York Jets* (9-7)

Minnesota* (12-4)

Philadelphia - from Indianapolis* (14-2)

New Orleans* (13-3)

Carolina (comp)

Jacksonville (comp)

Carolina (comp)

New England (comp)

San Francisco (comp)

Tennessee (comp)

Philadelphia-Buffalo: Jason Peters

Washington-Miami: Jason Taylor

Indianapolis-Philadelphia: Pat McAfee

Oakland-Carolina: Brandon Myers

Houston-San Diego: Travis Johnson

Carolina-Cleveland: Louis Leonard

Detroit-Atlanta: Chris Houston

Round 7

St. Louis (1-15)

Buffalo - from Detroit (2-14)

Tampa Bay (3-13)

Washington (4-12)

Miami - from Kansas City (4-12)

Seattle (5-11)

Detroit - from Cleveland (5-11)

Oakland (5-11)

Buffalo (6-10)

Tampa Bay - from Jacksonville (7-9)

Chicago (7-9)

Miami (7-9)

Denver (8-8)

New York Giants (8-8)

Tennessee (8-8)

Carolina (8-8)

San Francisco (8-8)

Pittsburgh (9-7)

St. Louis - from Atlanta (9-7)

Houston (9-7)

Cincinnati* (10-6)

New England* (10-6)

Green Bay* (11-5)

New England - from Philadelphia* (11-5)

Tampa Bay - from Baltimore* (9-7)

Arizona* (10-6)

Dallas* (11-5)

San Diego* (13-3)

New York Jets* (9-7)

Minnesota* (12-4)

Indianapolis* (14-2)

New Orleans* (13-3)

Indianapolis (comp)

Tennessee (comp)

Pittsburgh (comp)

Philadelphia (comp)

Philadelphia (comp)

Seattle (comp)

Indianapolis (comp)

New England (comp)

New England (comp)

Carolina (comp)

New England (comp)

Oakland (comp)

Miami (comp)

Tampa Bay (comp)

St. Louis (comp)

Detroit (comp)

Philadelphia-New England: Greg Lewis

Kansas City-Miami: 2009 seventh-round pick

Jacksonville-Tampa Bay: Luke McCown

Baltimore-Tampa Bay: Marques Douglas

Atlanta-St. Louis: Tye Hill

Detroit-Buffalo: Ko Simpson

Cleveland-Detroit: Corey Williams

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Detroit is on the clock...

However, it doesnt look like anyone is in the mood to do a continuous mock... <_<

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Detroit takes:

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Can't imagine they pass on the best player in the draft. This should keep him away from Tampa as well.

Tampa is on the clock. (They will probably manage to mess up the pick).

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I'm gonna go again because it seems like someone needs to get it going. And it prevents me from doing real work.

Washington:

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OKUNG!

No QB is worth the spot, and Washington had their LT retire earlier this offseason. It's their biggest need, and will allow the Skins to take a developmental QB later in the draft.

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Kansas City selects.

Bryan Bulaga.

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Pioli wants to build his o-line and this is a good way to add some weight to it.

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Buffalo: All the good LT's are gone. Switching to a 3-4, Bills need a solid DT. And since solid DT's don't hit the FA market, they use their 1st on Dan Williams.

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Jacksonville Jaguars.

Jack Del Rio pulls a quick one and pulls the trigger on Tim Tebow.

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Tebow is a Jacksonville native,

The Jags need to fill seats.

It's Risky, but it could pay off HUGE in the end.

Tebow showed he can be coached into a throwing motion. He may just be a great NFL QB, yet.

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Sorry....there's no way Jax passes over Eric Berry there. Furthermore, there is no way in h*ll that Tebow is the second quarterback off the board here. If Jax wants Tebow that bad, then they can trade up later in the draft...but with their #1 pick...it just doesn't make sense.

I like that you are creating controversy though :lol:

Ya'll can be the GM's and I'll be Mel Kiper/McShay/whoever else ESPN has on duty

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Sorry....there's no way Jax passes over Eric Berry there. Furthermore, there is no way in h*ll that Tebow is the second quarterback off the board here. If Jax wants Tebow that bad, then they can trade up later in the draft...but with their #1 pick...it just doesn't make sense.

I like that you are creating controversy though :lol:

Ya'll can be the GM's and I'll be Mel Kiper/McShay/whoever else ESPN has on duty

Oh snap, Berry is still on the board. They have no good safeties. Gotta say that sounds right. Can't imagine they pass on Berry, but someone is going to take Tebow early.

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Fine to keep this thing moving along.

Mel Kiper walks up to the board as a special guest pick announcer for the Denver Broncos.

With the 11th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Broncos select

Eric Berry - Safety - University of Tennessee

Although most pundits foresaw Rolando McClain going in this spot, the Broncos couldn't resist picking a player of Berry's caliber. Widely regarded as the #1 prospect (in close contention with Ndamukong Suh), Eric Berry should immediately start for the Broncos in a division that is quickly becoming pass-oriented.

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Oh snap, Berry is still on the board. They have no good safeties. Gotta say that sounds right. Can't imagine they pass on Berry, but someone is going to take Tebow early.

I've seen a bunch of people having Tebow taken by either the Bills or Jacksonville. I'll admit it would be hard to pass on Berry. Some people are just all over Tebow's nutz tho. Someone is going to take him in the early 1st I think as well.

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I like that you are creating controversy though :lol:

Ya'll can be the GM's and I'll be Mel Kiper/McShay/whoever else ESPN has on duty

Gotta have those Draft Day "HOLY SH*T's!"

And you can over HYPE our picks like ESPN does

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Moving along: Fins take a DE/OLB hybrid that they love, considering they will need help with the pass rush considering the removal of Porter and Taylor still unsigned:

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Kindle!

San Fran is on the clock.

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Seattle takes Wonder Boy then.

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Jimmy Clausen

Couldnt decide what makes Jimmy Clausen out to be the D-bag that he is that pic or this one.

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If I saw this guy I would probably punch him in the face too. He just looks like such a doooooooooosh

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If the draft played out like this, then I could see someone trying to trade up to Seattle's pick in order to grab Rolando McClain before the Giants do. Just saying.

Kiper:

"Wow, great pick by the 9er's there. I've had Spiller going to them in most of my mock drafts. He's just a game-breaker. Phenomenal speed out of the backfield with the ability to take it to the house on any play. He'll provide a nice change of pace for Frank Gore."

Anyone want to go ahead and write this down as exactly what one of the pundits are going to say.

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I want this to get to Atlanta so I can quickly draft some terrible player.

I laughed so hard when I read that. I wasnt expecting it either. Glad I wasnt drinking. +1

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