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Greg Cox's 2011 NFL Mock Draft: Round Two

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  1. New England Patriots: Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State
    This pick is going to be up for sale to the highest bidder as teams shuffle their draft boards overnight. They would have to consider staying put and taking Derek Sherrod should he fall out of the first round though. This is not a pick I love, but I have to hustle to finish this final update.

  2. Green Bay Packers: Brooks Reed, DE/OLB, Arizona
    PROJECTED TRADE: Trading out of the first round pays off for the Packers who get pick No. 133 from the Bills and still get a bookend pass rusher for Clay Matthews. This is a dream scenario for ESPN. I can envision a two-hour special featuring just the hair of Matthews and Brooks Reed. Cousin It is definitely jealous.

  3. New England Patriots: Danny Watkins, G, Baylor
    PROJECTED TRADE: They get pick No. 101 from the Bengals and use their selection here to grab Logan Mankins 2.0. It is just that simple. I think the Patriots are going to rebuild their lines in this draft. Let's face it they have the picks to take this draft by the, well, you know.

  4. Denver Broncos: Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State
    The depth on the interior of the defensive line drives their decision to take Von Miller in the first round, and if not for a knee injury suffered at the Senior Bowl I believe Stephen Paea would be buzzed up as an easy first round pick.

  5. Cleveland Browns: Da'Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson
    It is insanity to predict a player once considered an option at No. 1 overall as sliding to the early second round, but medical concerns are tricky. If he starts falling down the board plenty of teams could be interested.

  6. Arizona Cardinals: Martez Wilson, ILB, Illinois
    This is a no-brainer pick as far as I'm concerned and no reason to change it since Martez Wilson is once again on the board. There is a possibility a team looking for a pass-rusher will target him earlier than this believing they can play him outside.

    If not, the Cardinals will not hesitate to pair him up inside with last year's pick Daryl Washington.

  7. Tennessee Titans Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas
    Like a lot of teams, quarterback is a high priority for the Titans in the 2011 NFL Draft. Vince Young flaming out has really put them in a tough position. As I am typing this it has been confirmed he is officially, for sure, no doubt about it coming back. In case anyone had any doubts left.

    Kerry Collins is ready for a rocking chair. Before he calls it a career, he would like to throw for 111 yards so he can pass Joe Montana for 10th on the all-time list.

    The Titans are not going to put their fate in the hands of Rusty Smith, and can consider themselves lucky Ryan Mallett is still on the board for them to take.

  8. Dallas Cowboys: Rahim Moore, FS, UCLA
    Nothing to see here if you looked the previous version I am staying with the pick.

    This defense was a major liability in 2010. In more than half of their games they allowed more points than even a top offense could be expected to keep up with. They were 2-9 when surrendering 24-plus points and only 5-5 when scoring 26-plus points. Which side of the ball do you think is the bigger problem?

    It is not like their defense lacks talent. In 2009, they were second in scoring (15.6). Some passion and new blood should provide them a spark.

    Ironically, the 2009 season was pretty good for Rahim Moore as well. He had 10 interceptions before his production dropped off. Maybe he can rebound along with his new Cowboy teammates and return to his thieving ways.

  9. Washington Redskins: Colin Kaepernick, QB, Nevada
    Once again I am thinking in line with Walt. As I chalked Colin Kaepernick in here I noticed he also put in this spot. The Redskins have to get a quarterback and quite frankly this might be their dream scenario because it does not require a reach or trade up.

    If the Bills don't take Kaepernick this is my next best logical fit for him.

  10. Houston Texans: Aaron Williams, CB/S, Texas
    If you don't know the Texans are having major problems all across their secondary you must be living under a rock. This is the best player on the board and he fits a need.

  11. Minnesota Vikings: Justin Houston, DE/OLB, Georgia
    Failing a drug test at the Combine is pretty stupid, but it allows the Vikings to make up for their Jake Locker reach by getting an excellent value to bolster their pass rush by adding Justin Houston.

  12. Detroit Lions: Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland
    Calvin Johnson needs a reliable threat to draw defensive attention away from him. The Lions also need a powerful running back, but that can come later.

  13. San Francisco 49ers: Johnny Patrick, CB, Louisville
    Having secured their quarterback in the first round the 49ers will be able to sleep well on Thursday night and figure out which prospects can help them the most in the secondary. Johnny Patrick is a surprise pick this early, but he has drawn a lot of attention across the league.

  14. Denver Broncos: Benjamin Ijalana, OT/G, Villanova
    The Broncos have more questions than answers at quarterback, but it appears as though they will stand pat with their current depth chart until next year when Stanford's Andrew Luck and USC's Matt Barkley are possible additions. In the meantime they solidify the offensive line.

  15. St. Louis Rams: Mikel Leshoure, RB, Illinois
    There is a lot of buzz about the Rams possibly taking Alabama's Mark Ingram in the first round. The smarter play is to sit back and let Mikel Leshoure fall to them. Not a lot of teams are desperate for running back help. Leshoure can extend Steven Jackson's career and eventually replace him.

  16. Oakland Raiders: Curtis Marsh, CB, Utah State
    What? You didn't think I would throw in a surprise for the Raiders? They want speed and a height out of their cornerbacks. Nnamdi Asomugha is gone and they love to draft cornerbacks early on. Rod Woodson gets a blue chip prospect to work with - or at least a blue chip in their estimation.

  17. Jacksonville Jaguars: Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami
    There are going to be a few surprise picks in the draft and occasionally I will throw some in my mock drafts. Mike Sims-Walker is gone after scoring seven touchdowns in 2010. The only other wide receiver to score more than two touchdowns was Mike Thomas (4) who is going to need someone to work with.

    Leonard Hankerson has been playing in big games in the state of Florida since high school and I like the idea of him staying in the Sunshine State.

  18. San Diego Chargers: Brandon Harris, CB, Miami
    The Chargers look ahead with this pick trying to find a successor for Quentin Jammer. Brandon Harris gets pushed down in part because of his lack of height, and obviously is not a Jammer clone being several inches shorter but the team has shown interest.

  19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Curtis Brown, CB, Texas
    Aqib Talib's audition to be on the reality show Top Shot has created some urgency at the cornerback position. Ronde Barber will probably remain with the organization after this season in some capacity, but I expect this to be his final playing season.

  20. New York Giants: Jonathan Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh
    This final mock is a bit loose because I am going by instinct quite a bit as I rush through it. I see Jonathan Baldwin as their new Plaxico Burress. They need a big receiver and I don't think Ramses Barden is going to be that guy. It's still possible Buurress takes the Mike Vick path from prison back to the NFL, but this is a surprise pick I would like to see.

  21. Indianapolis Colts: Jerrel Jernigan, WR, Troy
    As much fun as it was to watch Peyton Manning squeeze lemons into lemonade with Dallas Clark and wide receiver Austin Collie (hello Blair White!) injured, when it came time to play for a title in the playoffs, their offense failed to function up to their standards.

    They need another receiver, especially if Collie hangs up his cleats instead of risking permanent brain damage. The latest report is that this might be it for Reggie Wayne in a Colts uniform. Speed is always welcome on this roster and size is not necessarily a requirement.

  22. Philadelphia Eagles: Will Rackley, OT/G, Lehigh
    If the Eagles are in fact enthralled with cornerback Jimmy Smith and take him in the first round, they have to make a strong play here to address the right side of their offensive line. Will Rackley has drawn a ton of attention from teams and it leads me to believe he is going off the board in round 2.

  23. Kansas City Chiefs: Edmond Gates, WR, Abilene Christian
    All the Chiefs fans can settle down. I knew they needed a wide receiver, and here it is. Dwayne Bowe can't be the only threat to catch the football.

  24. New Orleans Saints: Ryan Williams, RB, Virginia Tech
    The Saints are a mess in the backfield. They had to go with Julius Jones with their season on the line. I'm a little concerned about them taking a player with an injury in his rear view mirror when the guy they just signed (Pierre Thomas) is also an injury risk, but the talent is there with Ryan Williams to warrant the risk.

  25. Seattle Seahawks: Rodney Hudson, G/C, Florida State
    This is another rare pick that has not changed because Rodney Hudson is such a good fit for their zone-blocking system.

    The talk of him playing center is a little premature, but he has shown potential there. The Seahawks are considering their options in the middle. They could retain Chris Spencer or shift Max Unger there which is where he belongs. Hudson could back up the center position which makes him even more valuable.

  26. Baltimore Ravens: Jabaal Sheard, DE/OLB, Pittsburgh
    If the Ravens get Gabe Carimi and Jabaal Sheard it would be a very successful start to their draft. Terrell Suggs needs someone to rush the passer on the other side and any red flags Sheard might have are minimized by a strong locker room.

  27. Atlanta Falcons: Allen Bailey, DE/DT, Miami
    Kroy Biermann was one of several defensive ends who arrived "tardy to the party" when it came to reaching the opposing quarterback. The Falcons are going to address this problem early in the 2011 NFL draft. Allen Bailey is one of several possibilities they are looking at. His stock went down after the Senior Bowl, but appears to have gone up since.

  28. New England Patriots: Davon House, CB, New Mexico State
    The Patriots like corners who can press and have a lot of picks to work with. I doubt they stay put in many of them, but Davon House could be their guy if they do.

  29. San Diego Chargers: Quan Sturdivant, ILB, North Carolina
    The Chargers acquired this pick in the Antonio Cromartie trade.

    Too many inside linebackers are free agents for the Chargers not to use an early pick on that problem.

  30. Chicago Bears: James Carpenter, OG/T, Alabama
    If the Bears pass on offensive tackle in the first round they might reach and grab a new recruit for Mike Tice here.

  31. Pittsburgh Steelers: Marcus Gilbert, OT, Florida
    Ben Roethlisberger is a fearless quarterback when it comes to taking hits, but he can't be exposed like he has been the past few seasons. The Steelers need to improve the offensive line.

  32. Green Bay Packers: Ras-I Dowling, CB, Virginia
    Best player available is always on the mind of the Packers, but if it meets with a mild need all the better. Charles Woodson is going to decline in a hurry. That is the way the human body works. Ras-I Dowling has some size and plenty of speed. If he can stay healthy this is a great pick at the end of Round 2.

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Brett 02-04-2011 11:01 am (total posts: 1)
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How many teams leave their healthy leading receiver (albeit with a paltry 608 yards) inactive for a playoff game as they did with Chris Chambers?

Chambers was not the Chiefs leading receiver. He barely had 200 yards, not 608. Tony Moeaki had more than twice the yards Chambers had this year. McCluster had 7 fewer yards receiving than Chambers, Jamaal Charles 250 more yards receiving. So I wouldn't even call Chambers the 4th best option. Terrence Copper and Verran Tucker combined at the #2 WR spot for more production than Chambers. It's fort knox in KC, but rumors were that Chambers had a broken finger or ligament damage in one of his hands.
Obie 02-04-2011 10:40 am (total posts: 2)
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Try again Pal
Nick 02-04-2011 09:34 am (total posts: 4)
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I can only pray that Peterson falls to #7.
Greg 02-04-2011 09:25 am (total posts: 51)
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Well, suffice it to say I am new here. Hence posting my other two comments with a "subject" instead of my "name".

I'm sure everyone is smart enough to have figured it out...

Vikings - I also just realized I actually did throw a Webb comparison in there for the Kaepernick selection.

Adam - On paper that looks like an imposing duo. It's also a lot of money to commit in the secondary where they just paid Haden a bunch. Nothing is a guarantee in the draft.
re-post 02-04-2011 09:17 am (total posts: 3)
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The Hoodie 02-04-2011 09:15 am (total posts: 3)
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Adam 02-04-2011 08:18 am (total posts: 2)
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No way the Browns let Patrick Peterson get pass them.. he is the BPA and will probably be gone before the 5 spot anyway...
Let me try to keep up with some of these 02-04-2011 08:00 am (total posts: 51)
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Best I can I want to address the comments. Without people reading I wouldn't be writing and hopefully I can respect that relationship by responding to the feedback (without writing a novel) so here goes.

Ivan - Thank you

Alexito - Pre-combine nothing is loco. Corners typically will not go top 5 if you look at draft history. There are some teams who really like Prince and others are quietly very high on Jimmy Smith. It's not like PP is the #1 QB. Very possible to me he is there when SF picks.

Varela - Maybe the Lions won't draft an OT because they are stupid, but in early mocks I lean towards should rather than will.

Jake - Um, thanks. I think.

SilentJaguar - You're not alone being down on Greg Jones. I'm having trouble finding a good spot for him because linebackers of his skill set (ie guys that don't terrorize the QB) have a tendency to plummet.

Franchize - Thank you. I actually had another diehard Rams (a scout) fan who loved my Pouncey pick so while it seems like a reach I like the fit for the reasons you point out. As for Kerrigan, that's another good point. A few good apples in that locker room would go a long way. And yes, sticking Bowers at #1 is about draft history and what teams have done. Maybe you can work on Valera for me regarding the Solder pick.

mrcarter - Every mock is going to have a stretch or two, especially in February. I like Colin's intangibles and in this class haven't locked on to a QB the Vikes would grab at #12. Plus, Julio Jones energizes their offense in a way Moss was supposed to. They need weapons and people tend to forget that before an injury/Favre plagued season these guys were a Harvin choke fumble from probably winning the Super Bowl. They struggled to get the ball down the field and Jones would help. There are always guys to take later at every position, but obviously Jones is better. Regarding Murray, Bush can take a hike and Payton would turn him into everything Bush was at his best.

FoRM - Thank you, and I like Murray in their offense better. I should have found a place for Kendall Hunter somewhere else, but for the Saints Murray would take on a bigger role and have more value.

Aruca - Here is my problem with Mallett. If you put yourself in a fan's shoes do you want this guy leading your franchise? Basically, do you want Mallett to be responsible for your team's success or failure? I don't think fans of many teams would. He seems like a very risky pick. Some might expect him to be an Al Davis choice, which is not a good thing and if he did slide down the draft board the Raiders (even though they are fully behind Campbell with Hue at HC) could grab him. Ultimately I am waiting out the skeletons in the closet before committing him to the first two rounds. The values of the quarterbacks in this class could fluctuate wildly. In fact, more than any QB class I can remember. Also bear in mind that last year two pretty accomplished signal callers dropped a full round behind their consensus projection (Clausen & McCoy) so you never know.

Thanks for all the comments everyone.


missed one 02-04-2011 07:56 am (total posts: 51)
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Vikings - Somehow when I was trying to tighten up my comments I left out the comparison to Joe Webb as a reason Minny might not take Colin, but I acknowledge that. I also agree Solder would be a good move, as well as chasing that pick with a guard. When the left side of the line dominates it is pretty easy to run the ball. We saw this with Shaun Alexander behind Walter Jones and Steve Hutchinson a few years back. I can't really buy ignoring the QB though. If they make a play for someone at a reasonable price, let's say Hasselbeck just for argument's sake, then yes they can take a chance by passing on this crop of quarterbacks. The problem is that they probably won't be bad enough next year to draft Luck or Barkley so their only play would be a "Sanchez" type trade up and that's iffy at best.
Vikings 02-04-2011 07:28 am (total posts: 1)
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Julio Jones is not a bad pick and neither is Colin Kaepernick although he is just like Joe Webb.

I see the Vikings going offensive line. Solder is the pick. McKinnie will be 32 and needs to lose 25 pounds. Not many players get better once they are in their 30s. If the Vikings do not want a QB then they would be wiser to get the next most important position on the field locked up for the next 10 years like they did when they got McKinnie.

They have no viable backup behind McKinnie either. It would be wise for them to try and trade McKinnie if there are trades allowed.

As much as they need a safety, I think they should go for John Moffitt in round 2 if he is going to go this high.

Now they have a guard/center prospect that can take over for Hutchinson who will be 34 next November. This is the Vikings biggest weakness besides safety. They need to rebuild their line ASAP.

Then all they need to do is HAND the ball to Adrian Peterson more often (and Toby Gerhart).

They do not have to get a QB this year especially with there being so many questions surrounding the top guys.
Ivan 02-04-2011 06:56 am (total posts: 2)
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the best mock to date
Alexito 02-04-2011 06:39 am (total posts: 1)
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You guys are talking too much el crazy loco.

If Peterson fell to the Niners at #7, I would go quadruple loco! But stranger things have happened. I would go absolutely ape-crap and I would go streaking to the gymnasium.
Varela 02-04-2011 05:41 am (total posts: 1)
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The Lions wont draft OT in the 1st...
Jake 02-04-2011 05:21 am (total posts: 5)
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This new guy can Tounge Punch a mock draft right in the Fart Box.
SilentJaguar 02-04-2011 04:17 am (total posts: 1)
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I'd rather grab any one of the next 5 picks after the Jags' in the second round(except Williams) than Greg Jones. Didn't really like what I saw out of him in the last half of the season and the bowl game.

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