Blog Entry

Draft Picks and Picking Schedule

Posted on: January 13, 2011 1:00 am
Edited on: March 20, 2011 7:42 pm
 
RTimes (Always ET)
  • The clock will start at 10 AM
  • The clock will  end at 10 PM

  1. Buffalo Bills: Marcell Dareus, DT
  2. Denver Broncos: Patrick Peterson, CB
  3. Carolina Panthers: Cam Newton, QB
  4. Cincinnati Bengals: De'Quan Bowers, DE                                               
  5. Arizona Cardinals: Von Miller, OLB
  6. Cleveland Browns: A.J Green, WR
  7. San Francisco 49ers: Nick Fairley, DT
  8. Tennessee Titans: Prince Amukamara, CB
  9. Dallas Cowboys: Robert Quinn, DE

  10.  Washington Redskins: Blaine Gabbert, QB

  11.  Miami Dolphins: Mark Ingram, RB

  12.  Atlanta Falcons: Julio Jones, WR

  13.  Detroit Lions: Cameron Jordan, DE

  14.  St. Loius Rams: J.J Watt, DE

  15.  Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ryan Kerrigan, DE

  16.  Jacksonville Jaguars: Jimmy Smith, CB

  17.  New England Patriots: Anthony Castonzo, OT
  18.  San Diego Chargers: Cameron Heyward, DE
  19.  New York Giants: Mike Pouncey, OG
  20.  Houston Texans: Brandon Harris, CB
  21.  Kansas City Chiefs: Tyron Smith, OT
  22.  Minnesota Vikings: Jake Locker, QB
  23.  Philadelphia Eagles: Nate Solder, OT
  24.  New Orleans Saints: Akeem Ayers, OLB
  25.  Seattle Seahawks: Jon Baldwin, WR
  26.  Baltimore Ravens: Aldon Smith, DE
  27.  Buffalo Bills: Gabe Carimi, OT
  28.  New England Patriots: Justin Houston, OLB
  29.  Chicago Bears: Derek Sherrod, OT
  30.  Washington Redskins: Leonard Hankerson, WR
  31.  Pittsburgh Steelers: Muhammad Wilkerson, DT
  32.  Green Bay Packers: Torey Smith, WR
  33.  New England Patriots: Corey Liuget, DT
  34.  Philadelphia Eagles: Aaron Williams, CB
  35.  Green Bay Packers: Ben Ijalana, OG
  36.  Denver Broncos: Stephen Paea, DT
  37.  Cleveland Browns: Adrian Clayborn, DE
  38.  Arizona Cardinals: Ryan Mallett, QB
  39.  Tennessee Titans: Marvin Austin, DT
  40.  Dallas Cowboys: Quinton Carter, S
  41.  Jacksonville Jaguars: Martez Wilson, MLB
  42.  Houston Texans: Rahim Moore, S
  43.  Indianapolis Colts: Curtis Brown, CB
  44.  Detroit Lions: Mikel LeShoure, RB
  45.  San Francisco 49ers: Christian Ponder, QB
  46.  Denver Broncos: Jurrell Casey, DT 
  47.  St Louis Rams: Kendall Hunter, RB
  48.  Washigton Redskins: Phil Taylor, NT
  49.  Minnesota Vikings: Marcus Cannon, OT/G
  50.  San Diego Chargers: Brooks Reed, OLB
  51.  Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Bruce Carter, OLB
  52.  New York Giants: Quan Sturdivant, MLB
  53.  Indianapolis Colts: James Carpenter, OT
  54.  Philadelphia Eagles: Drake Nevis, DT
  55.  Kansas City Chiefs: Jabaal Shread, DE/OLB
  56.  New Orleans Saints: Kyle Rudolph, TE
  57.  Seattle Seahawks: Ras I Dowling, CB
  58.  Baltimore Ravens: Christian Ballard, DE
  59.  Minnesota Vikings: Davon House, CB
  60.  New Englans Patriots: Stephan Wisniewski, C
  61.  San Diego Chargers: Danny Watkins, OG
  62.  Indianapolis Colts: Rodney Hudson, C
  63.  Pittsburgh Steelers: Orlando Franklin, OT/G
  64.  Cincinnati Bengals: Greg Jones, MLB
  65.  Chicago Bears: John Moffitt, G/C
  66.  Cincinnati Bengals: Tyler Sash, S
  67.  Jacksonvile Jaguars: Colin Kaepernick, QB
  68.  New York Jets: Mason Foster, OLB
  69.  Arizona Cardinals: Casey Matthews, MLB
  70.  Cleveland Browns: Sam Acho, DE/OLB
  71.  Dallas Cowboys: Joseph Barksdale, OT
  72.  New Orleans Saints: Jarvis Jenkins, DL
  73.  Houston Texans: Allen Bailey, DE
  74.  New England Patriots: Shane Vereen, RB
  75.  Detroit Lions: Jerrell Jernigan, WR
  76.  San Francisco 49ers: Titus Young, WR
  77.  Chicago Bears: Marcus Van Dyke, CB
  78.  St Louis Rams: Randall Cobb, WR
  79.  San Diego Chargers: DeAndre McDaniel, S
  80.  Denver Broncos: Pernell McPhee, DE
  81.  Cincinnati Bengals: Ryan Williams, RB
  82.  Oakland Raiders: Buster Skrine, CB
  83.  New York Giants: DeMarco Murray, RB
  84.  Houston Texans: Jerrell Powe, DT
  85.  Philadelphia Eagles:  Ricky Stanzi, QB
  86.  Kansas City Chiefs: Daniel Thomas, RB
  87.  Carolina Panthers: Kendrick Ellis, DT
  88.  New Orleans Saints: Jordan Todman, RB
  89.  San Diego Chargers: Jason Pinkston, OT
  90.  Baltimore Ravens: Brandon Burton, CB
  91.  Jacksonville Jaguars: Robert Sands, FS
  92.  New England Patriots: Greg Romeus, DE
  93.  Green Bay Packers: Kelvin Sheppard, MLB
  94.  New York Jets: Dontay Moch, DE/OLB
  95.  Pittsburgh Steelers: Lance Kendricks, TE
  96.  Green Bay Packers: Jacquizz Rodgers, RB
  97.  Houston Texans: Bruce Miller, OLB
  98.  Seattle Seahawks: Clint Boling, OG
  99.   Philadelphia Eagles: K.J Wright, OLB
  100.  Cincinnati Bengals: Sione Fua, DT
  101.  Cleveland Browns: Lawrence Guy, DT
  102.  Arizona Cardinals: Luke Stocker, TE 
  103.  New York Jets: Johnny Patrick, CB
  104.  Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ahmed Black, SS
  105.  San Francisco 49ers: Rashad Carmichael, CB
  106.  Detroit Lions: Curtis Marsh, CB 
  107.  Indianapolis Colts: Martin Parker, DT
  108.  Tennessee Titans: Andy Dalton, QB
  109.  Dallas Cowboys: Will Rachley, OT/G 
  110.  Miami Dolphins: Charley Clay, FB
  111.  St. Louis Rams: Stephen Shilling, OG
  112.  Miami Dolphins: Edmund Gates, WR
  113.  Carolina Panthers: Niles Paul, WR
  114.  Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Nate Irving, MLB 
  115.  Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DeMarcus Love, OT 
  116.  New York Giants: D.J Williams, TE
  117.  Kansas City Chiefs: Greg Little, WR
  118.  Miami Dolphins: Ricardo Lockette, WR
  119.  Philadelphia Eagles: Joe Lafeged, SS
  120.  Tennessee Titans: Ross Homan, OLB
  121.  Indianapolis Colts: Terrell McClain, DT
  122.  Baltimore Ravens: Colin McCarthy, LB
  123.  Minnesota Vikings: Ian Williams, DT
  124.  New England Patriots: Kristofer O'Dowd, C
  125.  New York Jets: Delone Carter, RB
  126.  Buffalo Bills: Austin Pettis, WR
  127.  Pittsburgh Steelers: Shareece Wright, CB
  128.  New York Jets: Shiloh Keo, S
  129.  Cincinnati Bengals: Mark Herzlich, OLB
  130.  Minnesota Vikings: Chris Carter, OLB
  131.  Atlanta Falcons: Denarius Moore, WR
  132.  Kansas City Chiefs: Tim Barnes, C
  133.  Arizona Cardinals: James Brewer, OT
  134.  Cleveland Browns: Marcus Gilbert, OT
  135.  Miami Dolphins: Rob Housler, TE
  136.  New York Jets: Owen Marecic, FB/LB
  137.  Kansas City Chiefs: Chris Neild, DT 
  138.  San Francisco 49ers: Henry Hynoski, FB 
  139.  Tennessee Titans: Deunta Williams, S
  140.  Dallas Cowboys: Jalil Brown, CB
  141.  Minnesota Vikings: Jordan Cameron, TE
  142.  St. Louis Rams: Chris Conte, FS
  143.  Washington Redskins: Tandon Doss, WR
  144.  Carolina Panthers: Ugo Chinasa, DE
  145.  Chicago Bears: Cedric Thornton, DL
  146.  Philadelphia Eagles: Virgil Green, TE
  147.  Indianapolis Colts: Kendric Burney, CB
  148.  Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ricky Elmore, DE 
  149.  Carolina Panthers: Marcus Gilchrist, CB
  150.  Philadelphia Eagles: Jake Kirkpatrick, C
  151.  Detroit Lions: Cortez Allen, CB
  152.  Minnesota Vikings: Brandon Fusco, C
  153.  Seattle Seahawks: Lee Ziemba, OG
  154.  Indianapolis Colts: Jeremy Kerley, WR
  155.  Atlanta Falcons: Alex Green, RB
 156.  New England Patriots: Chimdi Chekwa, CB
  157.  Oakland Raiders: Derek Newton, OT
  158.  New York Jets: Anthony Gray, DT
  159.  Pittsburgh Steelers: Jaiquawn Jarrett, S
  160.  New York Giants: Greg McElroy, QB
  161.  Seattle Seahawks: Jeron Johnson, S
  162.  Atlanta Falcons: Noel Devine, RB
  163.  Cleveland Browns: Lawrence Wilson, OLB
  164.  Philadelphia Eagles: Ronald Johnson, WR/KR
  165.  Cleveland Browns: Stanley Havili, FB
  166.  Arizona Cardinals: Zach Hurd, OG
  167.  Minnesota Vikings: Alex Henery, K
  168.  Seattle Seahawks: David Carter, DT 
  169.  San Francisco 49ers: Steven Friday, OLB
  170.  Tennessee Titans: Charlie Gantt, TE
  171.  Buffalo Bills: Pierre Allen, DE
  172.  Miami Dolphins: Thomas Keiser, OLB
  173.  Houston Texans: Brandon Bair, DE
  174.  Jacksonville Jaguars: Vincent Brown, WR
  175.  St. Louis Rams: Chris Culliver, CB
  176.  Miami Dolphins: Greg Lloyd, MLB
  177.  Oakland Raiders: Ryan Bartholomew, C
  178.  San Diego Chargers: Nick Bellore, MLB
  179.  Detroit Lions: Jamie Harper, RB
  180.  New York Giants: Winston Venable, OLB
  181.  Arizona Cardinals: Eric Hagg, FS
  182.  Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Derrick Locke, RB
  183.  Indianapolis Colts: Jerrard Tarrant, S 
  184.  Denver Broncos: Will Hill, S
  185.  San Francisco 49ers: Frank Kearse, NT
  186.  Baltimore Ravens: Greg Salas, WR
  187.  Chicago Bears: Terrance Toliver, WR 
  188.  Green Bay Packers: Cliff Matthews, OLB
  189.  New York Jets: Julius Thomas, TE
  190.  Indianapolis Colts: Jah Reid, OT
  191.  Pittsburgh Steelers: Dione Lewis, RB
  192.  Cincinnati Bengals: Chris Hairston, OT
  193.  Green Bay Packers: Scott Tolzien, QB
  194.  Miami Dolphins: Dom DeCicco, S
  195.  Buffalo Bills: Cecil Shorts III, WR
  196.  Cincinnati Bengals: Anthony Sherman, FB
  197.  Philadelphia Eagles: Chas Henry, P
  198.  Seattle Seahwks: Jeremy Beal, DE/OLB
  199.  San Francisco 49ers: Roy Helu, RB
  200.  Indianapolis Colts: Bilal Powell, RB
  201.  Tennessee Titans: Darius Morris, OT/G
  202.  Miami Dolphins: Taylor Potts, QB
  203.  New York Jets: Davin Adams, WR
  204.  Minnesota Vikings: Nate Williams, SS
  205.  St. Louis Rams: Jermale Hines, FS
  206.  Miami Dolphins: Allen Bradford, HB
  207.  Miami Dolphins: Richard Sherman, CB
  208.  Cincinnati Bengals: Ryan Winterswyk, DE
  209.  Cincinnati Bengals: Danny Aiken, LS
  210.  New York Giants: Jarriel King, OT
  211.  Tampa Bay Buccanears: Tyrod Taylor, QB
  212.  Kansas City Chiefs: Nathan Enderle, QB
  213.  Seattle Seahawks: Eugene Cliford, SS
  214.  Baltimore Ravens:  Taiwas Jones, RB
  215.  New Orleans Saints: Andrew Jackson, OG
  216.  New York Jets: Mario Harvey, MLB
  217.  Baltimore Ravens: Derrek Hall, OT/G
  218.  Buffalo Bills: Andre Smith, TE
  219.  Cincinatti Bengals: Wayne Daniels, DE
  220.  Pittsburgh Steelers: Alex Wujciak, LB
  221.  Green Bay Packers: Brendan Hogan, CB/KR




Category: NFL Draft
Comments

Since: Dec 20, 2008
Posted on: January 16, 2011 7:35 pm
 

Draft Picks and Picking Schedule

News...

Torgo is Falcons GM, and trades that include players will have a limit of 3 per team. no more talking about this cause it will be like this, and i wont change it
Any questions or thoughts..

PM me

El Patron



Since: Jan 10, 2009
Posted on: January 16, 2011 3:09 pm
 

Draft Picks and Picking Schedule

I dont get the point of having a limit to player trades if they have to be accepted by moderators....i say we have unlimited as long as you dont go over the top with the amount of trades and they are realistic
This would be up to the moderators discretion



Since: Jan 3, 2009
Posted on: January 16, 2011 2:36 pm
 

Draft Picks and Picking Schedule

I think there is going to be 3 trades of players involved.And i guess as many trades as you want with draft picks involved.I think as long as it doesn't get like Madden trades it will be cool.



Since: Jun 25, 2007
Posted on: January 16, 2011 1:43 pm
 

Draft Picks and Picking Schedule

I think the trades can be unlimited if it's just a player for a pick.  But when you get a ton of picks involved it gets real hard on the moderators.  I'd say trades that our just 1 player for a pick they should be unlimited.  But all those crazy trades we have to draw the line somewhere.



Since: Jan 3, 2009
Posted on: January 16, 2011 1:36 pm
 

Draft Picks and Picking Schedule

I think we need to have player trades and 3 is a good limit.I being the Cowboys GM know that the Cowboys are going to be trying to rebuild there offensive line and there secondary.I know that they are going to try and move Marion Barber,Leonard Davis,Marc Columbo and some movement in the secondary like Terrence Newman or one of there Safetys.With three people overseeing the trades it should keep it from getting out of hand and using the trade value chart its easy to keep the picks within like 30 or 40 points differnce.Thats just my opinion dont take the fun out of the mock before we get started.




Since: Aug 9, 2007
Posted on: January 16, 2011 12:15 pm
 

Draft Picks and Picking Schedule

Oh, and I guess I ought to throw my hat in the ring.  If the Falcons don't already have another rep, I'll do it. 

If another appropriate member from the Falcons board wants to do it, I'll be happy to step aside.  But in the meantime, I'll make sure we're represented by someone who actually knows the team.





Since: Aug 9, 2007
Posted on: January 16, 2011 12:04 pm
 

Draft Picks and Picking Schedule

Actually, nearly all teams really do make at least one or two deals.  Only five teams (Bears, Bills, Giants, Bengals, Colts) didn't make trades specifically during last year's draft, and of those only one (Giants) didn't make any trades before the draft.

I counted 34 trades just during the three days of last year's draft.  Including prior deals, 47.8% of the non-compensatory picks (107 out of 224) changed hands at least once, some as many as five times before the pick was finally made.

The limited clock time is a real constraint.  Teams solve that by calling each other almost constantly during the week leading up to the draft and negotiating absurd numbers of potential trades - things they might want to do, just in case...  All they do during the draft is follow up to see who's still interested in dealing, and they're usually making the confirmation calls to the league the moment the pick hits the clock.  Nobody wants to risk botching it like that failed Vikings-Ravens trade that ended up with the Jaguars getting Byron Leftwich after time expired. 

So in that sense, they really are spending almost as much time as we would be negotiating deals.  More, actually, as it's a full time job for the guys in the front offices, and they're (hopefully) spending far more hours per day on it than we will be.





Since: Dec 20, 2008
Posted on: January 15, 2011 9:37 pm
 

Draft Picks and Picking Schedule

Well i think its good to have a 2 trades limit, cause like quew said if real GMs had 2 weeks of draft almost all 32 teams would make 1 or 2 trades. But its good to say that some GMs love to trade players and make huge trades, and we dont have a players trade chart to approve and disapprove, the 2 other mod and i will try to make this player trades the realistic as posible. so dont worry, we will have a good time doing it.

Remember if a CBA isnt reach before we start the mock all FA will stay on their teams, and player trades will be eliminated



Since: Jan 10, 2009
Posted on: January 15, 2011 1:14 pm
 

Draft Picks and Picking Schedule

Yea i say we just do an unlimited amount of playre trades as long they are reasonable and approver im pretty sure everyone wants the best for there team so theyre not gnna do anything stupid and if not then the trades will be not approved and then we will find a new GM



Since: Dec 20, 2007
Posted on: January 15, 2011 9:16 am
 

Draft Picks and Picking Schedule

During the actual draft, and not over the offseason. Couldn't tell you. Draft is only 3 days. Not a lot of time between picks. This draft is over 2 weeks. A lot more time to talk about trades. If NFL GMs had 3 hours between picks I would expect more trades. Maybe less trades.. who knows. Over the entire offseason, before the draft, thats the type of trades I'm taking about. Both affect the draft, just not the same draft.

I was mentioning my Lions. Seahawks were another team that did a lot of trades. There will always be in this type of drafts some sense of unrealistic tendencies, mainly because of the level of expertise that these GMs have. i.e being none. Many NFL GMs in the draft also undervalue picks, and are taken advantage of in the draft process also. The objective that I have when it comes to trades is that I'm going to do the best for my team that I can. I expect other GMs to act in that same fashion. Of course no one wants collusion, which clearly violates any trading principles, like the one I previously mentioned.

The thing I could have a problem with with the limit of player trades is that people may have the in for a penny in for a pound mentality. If I only have 2 player trades I could see someone wanting to make it count and make a huge (sell-the-farm) trade. A trade they wouldn't otherwise normally do.

Normally very few trades are done with high round picks. The highest for this year was a 2/3 (ended up being a 2) Cromartie from SD to the Jets. (Jets won that playoff game is what changed it from a 3 to a 2) (that was a next year pick, which is this year)

Other than that most of the trades are low round picks. 4th and lower. Those aren't the type of trades you see in this mock drafts. Thats the disconnect. NFL GMs do low round picks for players that teams don't like or are buried on the depth chart. A GM in this mock is trading a star for a 1st round pick. Big difference there.  Those usually don't work out. You can ask Seattle how the Deion Branch (the 1st one) trade worked out. Or better yet, you can ask Dallas how the Roy Williams trade worked out.


The views expressed in this blog are solely those of the author and do not reflect the views of CBS Sports or CBSSports.com