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  • Espn Insider/Mcshay's Mock? CP Revised

    Had to repost to change the Heading.
    Sorry guys, I meant to ask if anyone could post it. I am not an insider either.

    Last edited by ballen; 01-02-2009, 11:20 AM.

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    Not an insider.
    Post here

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    • #3
      Could you please just write down all the picks for McShays Mock Draft????


      Thanks

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      • #4
        6. Cincinnati Bengals (4-11-1) -- Aaron Maybin**, DE/OLB, Penn State
        Maybin is only a third-year sophomore and he could use another year in school to develop physically. Still, his explosive initial burst as a pass-rusher is hard to ignore. Maybin can turn the corner in a hurry and he displays a powerful upper body for his size. The Bengals need a sack artist like Maybin, even if he would serve as nothing more than a situational edge rusher early in his career.


        7. Oakland Raiders (5-11) -- Eugene Monroe, OT, Virginia
        Although Crabtree won't wow anyone with his 40-yard dash time, it's not hard to imagine Raiders owner Al Davis pulling the trigger on the premier pass-catcher in this year's draft. Let's assume, though, that Oakland goes in a different direction and looks to find protection for its investments in QB JaMarcus Russell and RB Darren McFadden. With Smith off the board in this scenario, Monroe looks like the best available option. He's not quite as dominant as former teammate Brandon Albert (No. 15 overall to the Chiefs in 2008), but Monroe has the size and athleticism to protect Russell's blindside for many years.


        8. Jacksonville Jaguars (5-11) -- Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
        The Jaguars need to upgrade their offensive line and Smith is a fast-rising prospect who could figure into the top half of the first round. Smith needs to improve his bulk and strength but the former tight end displays impressive feet and size potential.


        9. Green Bay Packers (6-10) -- Gerald McCoy**, DT, Oklahoma
        The Packers need help in the trenches on both sides of the ball and they should find a slew of quality options at No. 9 overall. McCoy is a third-year sophomore and there's a good chance he will return to Oklahoma for another season. However, he possesses the disruptive skills to rocket up NFL draft boards should he leave early.


        10. San Francisco 49ers (7-9) -- Michael Crabtree**, WR, Texas Tech
        Teams are cooling on taking wide receivers early in the draft. Last year not one receiver was selected in the first round. The Niners would have to think long and hard about passing on Crabtree, though. This third-year sophomore appears to be an exception to the rule. Crabtree is a physical pass-catcher with the vision, hands, body control and run-after-catch ability to quickly emerge as a premier pass-catcher at the next level.


        11. Buffalo Bills (7-9) -- Jermaine Gresham*, TE, Oklahoma



        12. Denver Broncos (8-8) -- Chris Wells*, RB, Ohio State


        13. Washington Redskins (8-8) -- Michael Oher, OT, Mississippi


        14. New Orleans Saints (8-8) -- Rey Maualuga, ILB, USC


        15. Houston Texans (8-8) -- Taylor Mays*, DS, USC



        16. San Diego Chargers (8-8) -- B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College


        17. New York Jets (9-7) -- James Laurinaitis, ILB, Ohio State


        18. Chicago Bears (9-7) -- Mark Sanchez*, QB, USC


        19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-7) -- Jeremy Maclin**, WR, Missouri


        20. Detroit Lions (from 9-7 DAL) -- Vontae Davis*, CB, Illinois



        21. Arizona Cardinals (9-7) -- Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Oklahoma State


        22. Philadelphia Eagles (9-6-1) -- Russell Okung*, OT, Oklahoma State


        23. Minnesota Vikings (10-6) -- D.J. Moore*, CB, Vanderbilt


        24. New England Patriots (11-5) -- Brian Cushing, OLB, USC


        25. Atlanta Falcons (11-5) -- Terrence Cody*, DT, Alabama


        26. Miami Dolphins (11-5) -- Brandon Spikes*, ILB, Florida



        27. Baltimore Ravens (11-5) -- Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas


        28. Philadelphia Eagles (from 12-4 CAR) -- Knowshon Moreno*, RB, Georgia


        29. Indianapolis Colts (12-4) -- Sen'Derrick Marks*, DT, Auburn


        30. New York Giants (12-4) -- Greg Hardy*, DE, Mississippi


        31. Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4) -- Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU



        32. Tennessee Titans (13-3) -- Percy Harvin*, WR, Florida


        Top 10 remaining on the board
        1. Trent Williams*, OT, Oklahoma
        2. Everette Brown*, DE, Florida State
        3. LeSean McCoy*, RB, Pitt
        4. Jerry Hughes*, DE, TCU
        5. Sean Smith*, CB, Utah
        6. C.J. Spiller*, RB, Clemson
        7. Darrius Heyward-Bey*, WR, Maryland
        8. Mark Herzlich*, LB, Boston College
        9. Jared Cook*, TE, South Carolina
        10. Paul Kruger*, DE, Utah


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        I honestly don't know where his first five picks are.

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        • #5
          ^^^That just proves again that McShay doesn't know what he's talking about. Taking Wells and passing on Maualuga, Mays, Orakpo, and Raji; with Orakpo in the 20s!!! Plus, he has Al Davis making a smart pick.:salute!:
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          • #6
            Denver better not take a RB as their first pick. They need defensive players.
            Superbowl 50 Champs!

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            • #7
              I hope that we do take Wells with the 12th pick if available and address the defense with the remainder of the draft; finally there is some hope for a RB.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Bowie Man View Post
                ^^^That just proves again that McShay doesn't know what he's talking about. Taking Wells and passing on Maualuga, Mays, Orakpo, and Raji; with Orakpo in the 20s!!! Plus, he has Al Davis making a smart pick.:salute!:
                Thats with all of thier worldly scouting knowledge him and Kiper work for ESPN and not the NFL...

                I think any number of us draft schmucks on here can do as good if not better...

                I do favor McShay over Kiper though ..
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                • #9
                  I am hoping the big DT from Nebraska changes his mind. He was unbelieveable against Clemson yesterday. I also love the fact the kid is a great special teams player for them, as he blocked a FG....he also has a large frame, and will get bigger than the 6'4"-305 he is listed at.

                  So, right now, my first two draft choices would be:

                  1.) DT Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska 6'4"-305

                  2.) RB Shonn Greene, Iowa 5'10"-233
                  Last edited by MindField; 01-02-2009, 12:12 PM.

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                  • #10
                    yEAH that mock is seriously messed up!

                    There is NO WAY that we would skip over rey rey, mays or the other guys for beanie. NO WAY!!!!

                    Also didnt terrence cody decide to return to school? I think so, but they still have him on there....

                    Not a good mock at all.
                    So far:
                    FA- Melvin Gordon. Brandon Scherff
                    1. Kenneth Murray LB; 2. Shenault WR; 2B. Biadazz Center, 3. OT

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                    • #11
                      He's horrible, who in their right mind would take Chris wells over Rey, Wells, or Raji? Especially in our position, with one of the worst ranked defenses..
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                      • #12
                        LMAO i love how you guys think you are all so smart . . . when really your not. without these guys you would have no clue on nearly all prospects and they DO know what they are talking about

                        at this point RB is a legit first round pick in our situation, our new coach would pobably not want to work with the bums we have right now and wells is a monster and would be terrific in our offense
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by SBboundBRONCOS View Post
                          LMAO i love how you guys think you are all so smart . . . when really your not. without these guys you would have no clue on nearly all prospects and they DO know what they are talking about

                          at this point RB is a legit first round pick in our situation, our new coach would pobably not want to work with the bums we have right now and wells is a monster and would be terrific in our offense
                          That is 100% correct. All of us look at all sorts of these draft anylists mocks
                          and we form our opinions. I think it's great when we decide to claim they know
                          nothing... Without them we would have nothing.

                          I think the only 2 posters on this board that i've seen that could form legit mocks
                          without "experts" ideas would be Dream and MUG, and I'm willing to guess both
                          of them use help too.
                          Club Leader: Robert Griffin III > Andrew Luck

                          ^^^Get used to it.^^^

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by SBboundBRONCOS View Post
                            LMAO i love how you guys think you are all so smart . . . when really your not. without these guys you would have no clue on nearly all prospects and they DO know what they are talking about

                            at this point RB is a legit first round pick in our situation, our new coach would pobably not want to work with the bums we have right now and wells is a monster and would be terrific in our offense
                            I have not seen any new names in any analyst's mock, and when you look at the RBs available in later rounds the only way we take Wells is if we get Albert Haynesworth and probably another big FA.:salute!:
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                            • #15
                              You did not have to be logged in to Insider to ge the first five picks. I also have an insider account and will try to post new mocks as they come out.


                              1. Detroit Lions (Record: 0-16) -- Sam Bradford**, QB, Oklahoma
                              The Lions could have a tough choice here between Bradford and Georgia's Matthew Stafford. Bradford could use another year of experience and improved strength. There will also be concerns regarding his transition to the NFL from a shotgun-heavy offense at Oklahoma, where he is afforded the luxury of a first-class supporting cast. On the positive side, Bradford excels in the areas most critical to being a successful quarterback in the NFL: mental makeup, intangibles and accuracy.

                              If the Lions aren't sold on any of the available quarterbacks in the upcoming draft, selecting an elite offensive tackle like Andre Smith wouldn't be a bad option. Just ask the Dolphins how the Jake Long pick worked out.


                              2. St. Louis Rams (2-14) -- Andre Smith*, OT, Alabama
                              While his suspension for improper dealings with an agent is disappointing, it doesn't appear to point to a larger issue regarding Smith's character. Assuming those concerns are unfounded Smith should be the first offensive lineman taken off the board. He's not as polished as Long was coming out of Michigan, but Smith possesses better overall physical tools. It's no secret the Rams wanted Long badly last year so it's safe to assume Smith will be high on their wish list a few months from now.


                              3. Kansas City Chiefs (2-14) -- Matthew Stafford*, QB, Georgia
                              Tyler Thigpen showed some promise as a fill-in starter this season, which gives the Chiefs some flexibility at No. 3. There are people inside the Chiefs organization that are very high on Stafford, and for good reason. He plays under center in something close to a pro-style offense at Georgia. He faced top competition in the SEC and did not have a great supporting cast around him. Stafford also has a rifle for an arm and is very accurate when is footwork is correct. His inconsistency and lapses in judgment are concerning, which is why we could have an interesting arms race between Stafford and Bradford if both are available for the upcoming draft.


                              4. Seattle Seahawks (4-12) -- Aaron Curry, OLB, Wake Forest
                              Seahawks fans would certainly second-guess passing on a potential game-breaker like WR Michael Crabtree. It doesn't take much research, however, to realize the risks of taking a receiver this early in the draft. Curry is emerging as the top overall linebacker in the 2009 class because of his combination of physical tools, toughness and leadership. Teams build defenses around high-intensity guys like Curry and the Seahawks could be in the market if Leroy Hill bolts via free agency.


                              5. Cleveland Browns (4-12) -- Malcolm Jenkins, DB, Ohio State
                              It remains to be seen who will be making the decisions and what schemes the Browns will be running in 2009. They could be in the market for a rush-linebacker with this pick and a playmaker like Crabtree would be intriguing as well. Jenkins makes the most sense right now, though. The local product is an experienced and versatile playmaker who would instantly upgrade the athleticism of the secondary and also brings special teams value.

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