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1. St Louis Rams: Sam Bradford Qb Oklahoma. The trade of McNabb to DC is the first piece of confirmation that Bradford is going #1 overall.
2. Detroit Lions: Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska. I seriously doubt Schwartz will trade down from here or pass on Suh unless he’s getting another dominating DT in a trade(Haynesworth for Ernie Sims and a 3rd?).
3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech. Moving up the draft board, Tampa would probably rather have Gerald McCoy, but they need a pass rush.
4. Washington Redskins: Bryan Bulaga OT Iowa. A better fit for the Zone block system than Okung or Williams. I wouldn’t be totally shocked to see a trade here or the Skins taking Rolando McClain if they use Haynesworth/Campbell for OL help in a deal.
5. Kansas City Chiefs: Russell Okung OT Oklahoma State. Him or Berry here.
6. Seattle Seahawks: Trent Williams OT Oklahoma. Carroll ain’t crying about ending up with him.
7. Cleveland Browns: Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma. Holmgren is ecstatic about ending up with him here.
8. Oakland Raiders: Bruce Campbell OT UMD. Can they play taps for him when he walks on the stage?
9. Buffalo Bills: Rolando McClain LB Alabama. Won’t be a total surprise to see them reach for Tebow here.
10. Jacksonville Jaguars: Eric Berry S Tennessee. Major steal here.
11. Denver Broncos(from Chicago): Carlos Dunlap DE Florida. Raw, stupid, but can play multiple positions.
12. Miami Dolphins: Brandon Graham 3-4 OLB Michigan. Status quo ante.
13. San Francisco 49ers: Anthony Davis OT Rutgers. Status quo ante.
14. Seattle Seahawks(from Denver): CJ Spiller Rb Clemson Community College. Forsett and Julius Jones don’t have the speed Carroll likes at RB.
15. New York Giants: Joe Haden CB Florida. Status quo ante.
16. Tennessee Titans: Jason Pierre-Paul DE South Florida. Status quo ante
17. San Francisco 49ers(from Carolina): Tim Tebow QBish Florida. With Smith/Carr, they can sit Tebow for a couple years…and the thought of Tebow in San Francisco makes me crack up on a number of levels….especially when his new teammates direct him to Castro street as hazing lol
18. Pittsburgh Steelers: Mike Iupati OL Idaho. Status quo ante
19. Atlanta Falcons: Golden Tate WR Notre Dame. Him or Damian Williams perhaps. They have a burner in White, but don’t have a WR to go with him.
20. Houston Texans: Nate Allen FS South Florida. Ballhawk for a defense that can desperately use one.
21. Cincinnati Bengals: Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma. Cincy quietly putting together a contender.
22. New England Patriots: Damian Williams WR Southern Cal. Even with Welker healthy, they need an outside WR threat. With 3 2nds, they can fix their defense. Don’t be shocked to see Philly jumping into this spot to take a CB or Tebow if he drops.
23. Green Bay Packers: Jerry Hughes 34 OLB TCU. Status quo ante.
24. Philadelphia Eagles: Kyle Wilson CB Boise State. Marlin Jackson probably is a better fit at FS for their defense, Wilson makes plays.
25. Baltimore Ravens: Brandon Spikes LB Florida. Rising back up the boards, they could use a CB, but they can’t pass on someone who can eventually replace Ray Ray.
26. Arizona Cardinals: Terrance Cody NT Alabama. Arizona let up 4.5 yards per carry last year and 20.1% of rushes against them went for first downs. Dockett is more natural at DE also.
27. Dallas Cowboys: Charles Brown OT Southern Cal. The release of False Start Flozell means OT is priority.
28. San Diego Chargers: Jahvid Best RB California. I doubt that they’re sold on Sproles either. If they deal McNeil to Indy, then this will be an OT here.
29. New York Jets: Dan Williams DL Tennessee. Could go in a number of directions, he can rotate just about anywhere on their Dline and contribute.
30. Minnesota Vikings: Jimmy Clausen QB Notre Dame. Status quo ante.
31. Indianapolis Colts: Rodger Saffold OT Indiana. This pick could be headed out west for Marcus McNeil.
32. New Orleans Saints: Greg Hardy DE Ole Miss. Grant is gone, Smith is probably gone soon also.

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2 thoughts on “Post McNabb Trade mock

  1. Had to read it twice to make sure — two wideouts in your mock and none of them named Dez. To be kind, I’ll just call that a bold prediction (but hey, someone might have had Brady going to Cleveland with its second pick too and later looked like a genius).

    • Dez is hard to figure out where he’ll go. He has an NFL body for a WR, but the constant mental lapses could make him radioactive to a lot of teams. Running a crappy 40 at his pro day, and more importantly showing up unprepared doesn’t bode well for his draft stock.

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