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Round 2, Update 2

Posted on: March 11, 2009 8:51 am
Edited on: March 12, 2009 8:27 am

   1. Detroit- William Beatty(OT:UCONN)

      The Lions jump on the chance to draft their franchise tackle as well.

   2. New England (from Kansas City)- Duke Robinson(OG:Oklahoma)

      The Patriots are looking for the eventual replacement for Stephen Neal, who's in his contract year.

   3. St. Louis- Josh Freeman(QB:Kansas State)

      Has Marc Bulger been hit too many times?  Or was he just uncomfortable in the previous coaching staff's system?  Either way, the Rams look for his eventual replacement.

   4. Cleveland- Larry English(OLB:Northern Illinois)

      With English available, the Browns will look to upgrade their linebacking corps even more.

   5. Seattle- D.J. Mooore(CB:Vandy)

      After giving up more than 259 yards per game last season, the Seahawks look to upgrade their secondary.  This pick also fits into Jim Mora's history of draft choices.

   6. Cincinnati- Aaron Maybin(DE:Penn State)

      The Bengals only had 17 sacks last season.  Maybin should be able to increase that.

   7. Jacksonville- Connor Barwin(OLB:Cincinnati)

      The Jaguars add depth to their linebacking corps here.

   8. Oakland- Hakeem Nicks(WR:UNC)

      The Raiders get the steal of the draft with the 40th pick.  Twenty-nine teams are going to regret not drafting this kid.  I see another Aquan Boldin.  Not that I'm biased, or anything.

   9. Green Bay- Sen'Derricks Marks(DE:Auburn)

      The Packers are hoping that Marks can start opposite Cullen Jenkins at defensive end.

  10. Buffalo- Jared Cook(TE:South Carolina)-

      The Bills need to find a starting tight end.  Cook's got the speed to help spread the defense for Trent Edwards.

  11. San Francisco- Clint Sintim(DE:Virginia)

      Sintim is the big-play linebacker that the 49ers need opposite of Parys Haralson.

  12. Miami(from Washington)- Ron Brace(DT:BC)

      With the difficulty of finding a good nose tackle, the Dolphins will try their luck with Brace.

  13. New York Giants(from New Orleans)- Marcus Freeman(OLB:Ohio State)

      The linebacking corps of the Giants needs more help than just Michael Boley.

  14. Houston- Patrick Chung(S:Oregon)

      The Texans have always been looking for a top-flight strong safety.

  15. New England(from San Diego)- William Moore(S:Mizzu)

      The Patriots hope that Moore will be able to fill Rodney Harrison's shoes.

  16. Denver- Eric Wood(C:Louisville)

      The Broncos will need to replace the retire Tom Nalen

  17. Chicago- Louis Delmas(S:Western Michigan)

      Danieal Manning isn't the answer at free safety.

  18. Cleveland(from Tampa Bay)- Kenny Britt(WR:Rutgers)

      The Browns need Britt to keep defenses from double-teaming Braylon Edwards.

  19. Dallas- Darcel McBath(S:Texas Tech)

      Ken Hamlin isn't turning out the way that the Cowboys have hoped.  McBath will get the oppurtunity upgrade the position.

  20. New York Jets- Brian Robiskie(WR:Ohio State)

      The Jets hope that Robiskie can be the starter opposite Jericho Cotchery.

  21. Philadelphia- Herman Johnson(OG:LSU)

      The Eagles draft Johnson so that Todd Herremans can move to the outside and start opposite Stacy Andrews.

  22. Minnesota- Juaquin Iglesias(WR:Oklahoma)

      Sidney Rice has been a bust so far, the Vikings will try their luck with Iglesias.

  23. Atlanta- Fili Moala(DT:USC)

      The Falcons are looking improve their rush defense.

  24. Miami- Louis Murphy(WR:Florida)

      The St. Petersburg native's got the height and speed that the Dolphims love.

  25. Baltimore- Darry Beckwith(MLB:LSU)

      The Ravens are looking for someone to start opposite Ray Lewis.  And to eventually take over for him when he retires.

  26. New England- Donald Brown(RB:UCONN)

      Fred Taylor is only a short term answer.  And Brown is a real good value here.

  27. Carolina- Michael Johnson(DE:Georgia Tech)

      Jon Gruden went as far to say that Johnson was a "Julius Peppers clone."  Whatever happens to Julius Peppers, one cannot think that he'll be in Carolina for long.  Also, despite Tyler Brayton's admirable play against the run, he has no pass rush.  Given that Fox aparently hates blitz packages, quarterback pressure has to come from the ends.

  28. New York Giants- Jairus Byrd(CB:Oregon)

      The Giants need somebody to replace Sam Madison.  This would allow Terrell Thomas to move to free safety.

  29. Indianapolis- Mohamed Massaquoi(WR:Georgia)

      Massaquoi gives the Colts a possession-type wide receiver that would complement Reggie Wayne and Anthony Gonzalez.

  30. Tennessee-Kraig Urbick(OG:Wisconsin)

      The Titans choose to go for offensive line depth with this pick.

  31. Arizona- Jonathan Luigs(C:Arkansas)

      Lyle Sendlein is not the answer at center.  The Cardinals hope that Luigs is.

  32. Pittsburgh- Jarron Gilbert(DE:San Jose State)

      Gilbert would be a good fit to take over for the ageing Aaron Smith as left defensive end in the Steelers'3-4 defense.



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Terez Owens
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Since: Mar 26, 2009
Posted on: March 26, 2009 1:15 pm

Round 2, Update 2

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Since: Nov 3, 2007
Posted on: March 25, 2009 8:48 am

Round 2, Update 2

I like the Pats last pick in Donald Brown. He went to connecticut, so it would make a lot of sence. He's also a great player.

Since: Oct 13, 2007
Posted on: March 24, 2009 11:20 am

Round 2, Update 2

 Worst Mock Draft Ever! 




Thanks for the enlightenment.  How about letting me know where your mock draft is, so I can see what "The Best Mock Draft Ever" looks like.  Undoubtedly, somebody who thought that Radford would beat Carolina by 20 without Lawson is not capable of compiling a mock draft. 

Since: Nov 26, 2006
Posted on: March 24, 2009 8:24 am

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 No way Kenny Britt (WR, Rutgers) falls that far into the 2nd round.

Since: Jan 23, 2008
Posted on: March 23, 2009 5:11 pm

Round 2, Update 2

Worst Mock Draft Ever! 

Since: Mar 18, 2009
Posted on: March 22, 2009 2:03 pm

Round 2, Update 2

 Let me help you with Seattle's picks.  Eugene Monroe OT round 1

Round 2 Lesean McCoy

Since: Oct 13, 2007
Posted on: March 13, 2009 4:40 pm

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Like the mock but I have one thought, is William Beatty really a franchise tackle? If the Lions wait this long to draft a tackle it makes more sense to just try and build a defensive threat here and keep Jeff Backus at left tackle. I have to imagine that Backus would be a better tackle for now...




One way they could go, would be to draft the top tackle of the draft as their franchise tackle, and then select Josh Freeman with the 20th.  From what I've read about Jeff Backus, his arms are too short to play tackle in the NFL...even though he's been doing it for seven years. or so.


Since: Mar 12, 2009
Posted on: March 13, 2009 4:10 pm

Round 2, Update 2

Like the mock but I have one thought, is William Beatty really a franchise tackle? If the Lions wait this long to draft a tackle it makes more sense to just try and build a defensive threat here and keep Jeff Backus at left tackle. I have to imagine that Backus would be a better tackle for now... 

Since: Mar 11, 2009
Posted on: March 12, 2009 11:36 pm

Round 2, Update 2

thx for the info 

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