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Old 04-16-2011, 03:47 PM   #361
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^ wow JL at 10, may happen
I will :vomit:if we reach for Locker at 10. Allen could trade down 10-15 spots, adding another 2nd rounder, and still get Locker later in the first round if Shanny's that in love with the guy.
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Old 04-16-2011, 04:02 PM   #362
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Re: 2011 NFL Mock Draft thread.

If they want Locker the issues becomes wether or not he'll be available if/when they trade down.
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Old 04-17-2011, 05:28 PM   #363
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I will :vomit:if we reach for Locker at 10. Allen could trade down 10-15 spots, adding another 2nd rounder, and still get Locker later in the first round if Shanny's that in love with the guy.
I've been saying for a while that if Shanny likes Locker enough to want to even consider moving down for him, draft him.

This isn't like other drafts where players and future picks will be thrown around, not to mention that teams can't pick up a handful of undrafted FA's afterwards.

If you feel he's not good enough for 10th overall, then just pass.. Because remember, this guy was ranked #1 going into the season, so he has the pedigree.

*I can tell you right now that after going back and looking at a lot of games from both Gabbert and Locker, Locker is undeniably the more impressive player.

Now with all of that being said, please draft Julio Jones :headbange.
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Old 04-17-2011, 06:27 PM   #364
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Here's my mock, the OP's is a bit more realistic then mine in regards to Locker:

10- RDE Cam Jordan
41- QB Jake Locker
5.- NT Sione Fua
5.- CB Ryan Jones
6.- RB Mario Fannin
7.-FS Mark Legree
Completely idealistic unrealistic address every need in 1 draft draft:

10- Tyron Smith OT
41- Marvin Austin NT-RDE
5- Ricky Stanzi QB
5-Ugo Chinasa conversion DE to OLB
6- Brandon Bair conversion DT to RDE
7- Marion Fannin -RB

UDFA Josh Portis
•Round 1, pick 10 QB Jake Locker
•Round 2, pick 9 RDE/NT Marvin Austin
•Round 5, pick 13 OT DeMarcus Love
•Round 5, pick 24 OLB Ugo Chinasa
•Round 6, pick 12 NT Chris Nield
•Round 7, pick 11 DB Demarcus VanDyke
•Round 7, pick 22 C Ryan Bartholomew
•Round 7, pick 52 WR Stephen Burton
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Old 04-17-2011, 06:31 PM   #365
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Some teams are red flagging Phil Taylor’s feet | ProFootballTalk

If we find someone to trade back with maybe pick up a 2nd or 3rd round pick. 1st OLB/DE Aldon Smith, 2nd NT Phil Taylor 2nd or 3rd DE Cameron Heyward.
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Old 04-19-2011, 12:34 AM   #366
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Something new, accounting for Quinn not being there (if he's not)

1. Carolina-Cam Newton
2. Denver-Marcel Darreus
3. Buffalo-Von Miller
4. Cincinnati-Julio Jones
5. Arizona-Blaine Gabbert
6. Cleveland-Robert Quinn
7. Houston-Patrick Peterson
8. Tennessee-Nick Fairley
9. St. Louis-AJ Green
10. Jacksonville-Jake Locker (we get their 16th overall and 49th overall)
11. San Francisco-Prince Amuamara
12. Minnesota-DaQuan Bowers
13. Detroit-Anthony Costanzo
14. Dallas-Tyron Smith
15. Miami-Mike Pouncey
16. San Diego-JJ Watt (we get their 18th and 89th overall)
17. New England-Cam Jordan
18. Washington-Ryan Kerrigan
19. NY Giants-Phil Taylor
20. Tampa Bay-Jimmy Smith
21. Kansas City-Aldon Smith
22. Indianapolis-Gabe Carimi
23. Philadelphia-Akeem Ayers
24. New Orleans-Justin Houston
25. Seattle-Andy Dalton
26. Baltimore-Corey Liuget
27. Atlanta-Torrey Smith
28 New England-Mason Foster
29. Minnesota-Ryan Mallet
30. Washington-Christian Ponder (Jets get our 41st and 89th (from SD) picks)

So we leave round 1 with Kerrigan and Ponder
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Old 04-19-2011, 12:37 AM   #367
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Something new, accounting for Quinn not being there (if he's not)

1. Carolina-Cam Newton
2. Denver-Marcel Darreus
3. Buffalo-Von Miller
4. Cincinnati-Julio Jones
5. Arizona-Blaine Gabbert
6. Cleveland-Robert Quinn
7. Houston-Patrick Peterson
8. Tennessee-Nick Fairley
9. St. Louis-AJ Green
10. Jacksonville-Jake Locker (we get their 16th overall and 49th overall)
11. San Francisco-Prince Amuamara
12. Minnesota-DaQuan Bowers
13. Detroit-Anthony Costanzo
14. Dallas-Tyron Smith
15. Miami-Mike Pouncey
16. San Diego-JJ Watt (we get their 18th and 89th overall)
17. New England-Cam Jordan
18. Washington-Ryan Kerrigan
19. NY Giants-Phil Taylor
20. Tampa Bay-Jimmy Smith
21. Kansas City-Aldon Smith
22. Indianapolis-Gabe Carimi
23. Philadelphia-Akeem Ayers
24. New Orleans-Justin Houston
25. Seattle-Andy Dalton
26. Baltimore-Corey Liuget
27. Atlanta-Torrey Smith
28 New England-Mason Foster
29. Minnesota-Ryan Mallet
30. Washington-Christian Ponder (Jets get our 41st and 89th (from SD) picks)

So we leave round 1 with Kerrigan and Ponder
If they were going to trade back hoping to get the QB with their second pick (in this case pick 30) then it would certainly be nice to leave day 1 knowing we got our possible QB of the future. Weather that be Dalton or Ponder.

Ideally I would like to take Quinn at 10 and Dalton or Ponder (Dalton today) at 41, but I don't think that Dalton will last that long. Ponder on the other hand I feel will be available.

If they like Locker as much as last year then I would support Locker at 10 and Jurrell Casey (NT USC) at 41. Guy would have to add 10 or 20 pounds but he's capable of manning the nose and keeping blockers off our linebackers. In fact if it came down to it I would much rather have Casey then Taylor.
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Old 04-19-2011, 12:38 AM   #368
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If they were going to trade back hoping to get the QB with their second pick (in this case pick 30) then it would certainly be nice to leave day 1 knowing we got our possible QB of the future. Weather that be Dalton or Ponder.
I wrote San Fran-Kaepernick by accident. Meant Minnesota-Ryan Mallet at 29.
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I wrote San Fran-Kaepernick by accident. Meant Minnesota-Ryan Mallet at 29.
I also change my mind. Here's how I would draft for the Skins today. My goals for the draft are as follows. First identify a potential franchise QB that will bring stability to the games most important position. I also wanted to add a front 7 player (DE, OLB, or NT) to help with the switch to the 3-4.

In the later rounds I had a couple more objectives. First add at least one lineman to help feed the teams current pipeline that includes Cook, Kory L, and Capers.

I was also interested in adding a receiver that if worst comes to worst could possibly contribute on special teams. Finally I wanted hedge my bets at RB and add two late round picks that could compete to be the next hidden gem under Shanahan. Also was interested in adding a LB (Outside or Inside) to at least provide depth for a unit that will field 4 players on most down.

In all the picks I was interested in adding high character hard working guys that would buy in to the Skins Team First concept.

10 (R1) Jake Locker - QB - Washington - I believe the Redskins O-Line will be significantly improved this year so long as they're able to resign Brown and get Davin Joesph as a Free Agent. That would give Locker something he never had in 4 years at Washington, a solid Offensive Line that can give him time in the pocket. With his physical skillset, work ethic, and tutelage under Shanahan the skies the limit. His ability to throw outside the pocket may be second to none (70% passer outside the tackles).

41 (R2) Jurrell Casey - NT - USC - Short squaty nose tackle that may be under weight on draft day for a Nose Tackle (currently 300 pounds). Still plays the run very well, plays hard, and is a solid character guy. Also capable of getting a little bit of a push on the pass rush.

144 (R5) Darvin Adams - WR - Auburn - Auburn wide receivers coach Troop Taylor has said that Adams practices at game speed and needs to be slowed down when the team practices in shells. Hard worker that gained five pounds during the 2010 off-season. Has said that he wants to execute every play and help teammates get open when he doesn't get the ball.

155 (R5) Stefen Wisniewski - C - Penn State - Hard working technician that can hopefully entice the team to replace Rabach.

177 (R6) Evan Royster - RB - Penn State - Tough back with good to great vision (reports vary). Has a good reputation as a pass blocker. Rushed for a 1,000 yards each of the last 3 years.

213 (R7) Jonas Mouton- OLB - Michigan High motor player. Former Captain. Decent coverage ability for an OLB. Lack of top end speed might keep him from turning the corner at the next level.

224 (R7) Ryan Whalen - WR - Stanford - Good size and former walk on that went on to be one of the teams better receivers. Does a good job of fighting for jump balls. Not a deep threat. Likes to run block.

253 (R7) Damien Berry - RB - Miami - Hard worker capable of playing special teams. Don't know to much about him as a runner, but I do know the skins have met with him in some capacity so maybe they see something.
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Old 04-19-2011, 01:41 AM   #370
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I also change my mind. Here's how I would draft for the Skins today.

10 (R1) Jake Locker - QB - Washington - I believe the Redskins O-Line will be significantly improved this year so long as they're able to resign Brown and get Davin Joesph as a Free Agent. That would give Locker something he never had in 4 years at Washington, a solid Offensive Line that can give him time in the pocket. With his physical skillset, work ethic, and tutelage under Shanahan the skies the limit. His ability to throw outside the pocket may be second to none (70% passer outside the tackles).

41 (R2) Jurrell Casey - NT - USC - Short squaty nose tackle that may be under weight on draft day for a Nose Tackle (currently 300 pounds). Still plays the run very well, plays hard, and is a solid character guy. Also capable of getting a little bit of a push on the pass rush.

144 (R5) Mark Herzlich - LB - Boston College - Hard worker. Cancer survivor. Can possibly play ILB or OLB in 3-4. Works hard on 3rd down when rushing the passer. Not sure if he'll be available at this point in the draft but apparently there are concerns about his durability beyond his cancer scare.

155 (R5) Stefen Wisniewski - C - Penn State - Hard working technician that can hopefully entice the team to replace Rabach.

177 (R6) Evan Royster - RB - Penn State - Tough back with good to great vision (reports vary). Has a good reputation as a pass blocker. Rushed for a 1,000 yards each of the last 3 years.

224 (R7) Ryan Whalen - WR - Stanford - Good size and former walk on that went on to be one of the teams better receivers. Does a good job of fighting for jump balls. Not a deep threat. Likes to run block.

253 (R7) Damien Berry - RB - Miami - Hard worker capable of playing special teams. Don't know to much about him as a runner, but I do know the skins have met with him in some capacity so maybe they see something.
Don't forget Ryan Harris

Wisneiwski in the 5th would be great

What about the other two 7th rounders

I'd take Locker too.
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Don't forget Ryan Harris

Wisneiwski in the 5th would be great

What about the other two 7th rounders

I'd take Locker too.
Ryan Harris is probably the perfect contingency play for Brown. I think talent wise Brown is the better pick but Harris has an advantage when it comes to age. Both now know the system.

In my defense though I only missed one 7th round (213) pick unless ESPN.com is wrong.

I'll edit the post in a moment. Probably will have to abandon one of my objectives of adding a LB.
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Ryan Harris is probably the perfect contingency play for Brown. I think talent wise Brown is the better pick but Harris has an advantage when it comes to age. Both now know the system.

In my defense though I only missed one 7th round (213) pick unless ESPN.com is wrong.

I'll edit the post in a moment. Probably will have to abandon one of my objectives of adding a LB.
No wait, you're right it's just 3 in the 7th
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No wait, you're right it's just 3 in the 7th
I fixed it. Decided to hedge my bets on adding a decent sized receiver to, unlike a certain EVPOFO though I didn't do it at the top of the draft. Still was able to find a decent linebacker/Special team prospect. All players in my mock have a reputation as hard working/high motor players. Also hopefully avoided selecting a player 2 or 3 rounds after they're projected to be selected (*cough* Casey Matthews 5th Round *cough*).
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Something new, accounting for Quinn not being there (if he's not)

1. Carolina-Cam Newton
2. Denver-Marcel Darreus
3. Buffalo-Von Miller
4. Cincinnati-Julio Jones
5. Arizona-Blaine Gabbert
6. Cleveland-Robert Quinn
7. Houston-Patrick Peterson
8. Tennessee-Nick Fairley
9. St. Louis-AJ Green
10. Jacksonville-Jake Locker (we get their 16th overall and 49th overall)
11. San Francisco-Prince Amuamara
12. Minnesota-DaQuan Bowers
13. Detroit-Anthony Costanzo
14. Dallas-Tyron Smith
15. Miami-Mike Pouncey
16. San Diego-JJ Watt (we get their 18th and 89th overall)
17. New England-Cam Jordan
18. Washington-Ryan Kerrigan
19. NY Giants-Phil Taylor
20. Tampa Bay-Jimmy Smith
21. Kansas City-Aldon Smith
22. Indianapolis-Gabe Carimi
23. Philadelphia-Akeem Ayers
24. New Orleans-Justin Houston
25. Seattle-Andy Dalton
26. Baltimore-Corey Liuget
27. Atlanta-Torrey Smith
28 New England-Mason Foster
29. Minnesota-Ryan Mallet
30. Washington-Christian Ponder (Jets get our 41st and 89th (from SD) picks)

So we leave round 1 with Kerrigan and Ponder
Jacksonville and Locker? That's not a upgrade over Garrard. If it played out like this, I'd be thrilled.

I watch this NFL throwing session with Gabbert/Ponder with Steve Mariucci and Ponder looked much better than Gabbert throwing the ball coming from under the center.
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Jacksonville is looking for someone to eventually succeed Garrard. Locker's probably a bit of a stretch for them to move up at 10 but why not?
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