My NFL Mock Draft. Let me know what you think.

Discussion in 'NFL' started by General_Penguin, Feb 24, 2009.

  1. General_Penguin

    General_Penguin New Member

    Lions- Matthew Stafford
    Rams- Jason Smith
    Chiefs- Aaron Curry
    Seahawks- Michael Crabtree
    Browns- Malcolm Jenkins
    Bengals- Andre Smith
    Raiders- Jeremy Maclin
    Jaguars- Eugene Monroe
    Packers- B.J Raji
    49ers- Mark Sanchez
    Bills- Brandon Pettigrew
    Broncos- Ray Maualuga
    Redskins- Brian Cushing
    Saints- Vontae Davis
    Texans- Brian Orakpo
    Chargers- Kwonshon Moreno
    Jets- Josh Freeman
    Bears- Alphonso Smith
    Buccaneers- Peria Jerry
    Lions- Michael Oher
    Eagles- Chris Wells
    Vikings- Percy Harvin
    Patriots- Louis Delmas
    Falcons- Everette Brown
    Dolphins- Larry English
    Ravens- Aaron Maybin
    Colts- Kenny Britt
    Eagles- Eben Britton
    Giants- Hakeem Nicks
    Titans- Clay Matthews
    Cardinals- Donald Brown
    Steelers- Max Unger
     

  2. Millz

    Millz LGB Staff Member V.I.P.

    Looks pretty good to me...I do hope my boy Maclin doesn't end up in Oakland though.
     
  3. General_Penguin

    General_Penguin New Member

    Well, Oakland wants a big play receiver and Maclin is a weapon and will be the next receiver available.
     
  4. BigBob

    BigBob Registered Member

    Number 1 pick is bad.

    Doubtful their going to take a quarterback since they've resigned Culpepper and said he's still good.

    Percy Harvin will not fall that far, and the Vikings for sure arn't going to take him. They are a running team. They have Berrian. They'll probably take a defensive player such as Vontae Davis to compliment Griffin or Aaron Maybin to compliment the entire defensive line. I'd like a corner because speed is something I feel the DBs need for the Vikings.

    I also believe that Mark Sanchez will fall to the Jets.
     
  5. micfranklin

    micfranklin Eviscerator

    As far as I can tell the Lions and the Rams need every draft pick they can get.
     

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