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Ryan Jensens 2009 NFL Mock Draft

Jensen Mocks the 3rd time

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The front runner is going to work again...GO RYAN!!! 32 hits would make you famous around the net... Money mouth


1. Detroit Lions – QB Matthew Stafford

Sure pick, if he’s not to greedy for money – then the Lions could turn to Curry and Stafford might fall out of the top 10 and lose more bucks.



2. St. Louis Rams – OT Jason Smith

I’d love to see the Rams go defence, but they will draft the total package and restart the franchise on the shoulders of a run-based offence.



3. Kansas City Chiefs – OT Eugene Monroe

Save your franchise quarterback and let the old OLB’s earn their charity.



Last Updated on Thursday, 30 April 2009 16:32

Ryan Jensens Mock v2.0

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The Top 10

1. Detroit Lions – QB Matthew Stafford

Wanted: A player with the ability to guide a franchise to success.Reward: 50 millions plus – experience not required.Too bad that it’s not allowed to draft OLB first overall, so Stafford is the only solution.

2. St. Louis Rams – OT Eugene Monroe

The Pace-curse – repeat your former draft strategy and pick the best OT available to establish a run-first offence but you will pass on Curry. 

3. Kansas City Chiefs – OLB Aaron Curry

It’s finger-licking good to have a the best player of a draft fall to you at number three – therefore it doesn’t matter that your new franchise quarterback will be sacked 40 times. 

Last Updated on Thursday, 16 April 2009 17:40

Mock Draft by Ryan Jensen

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Mock Draft 2009

in German and we waited too long to translate it... Cool


1. Detroit Lions – QB Matthew Stafford

Für Detroit gilt es zu entscheiden, welchen Plan sie aus der Schublade holen, um die Franchise komplett umzukrempeln. Plan A/B folgt dem Beispiel von Atlanta und Baltimore, die mit Ryan und Flacco im vergangenen Jahr die Wende geschafft haben. Stafford ist trotz seines Auftritts beim Combine die einzig realistische Nummer Eins, obwohl er nicht der beste Spieler des Drafts ist.

2. St. Louis Rams – WR Michael Crabtree

Schuster bleib bei deinen Leisten – nach diesem Motto sollten die Rams einen Wide Receiver picken, um wieder zur “Greatest Show on Turf” zu werden. Crabtree ist mit Abstand der beste Receiver des Drafts, aber seine Verletzung könnte zum Stolperstein werden. In St. Louis wird man auch die Team Doktoren zu Rate ziehen.

3. Kansas City Chiefs – OT Jason Smith

Schütze deinen wertvollsten Spieler – obwohl Matt Cassel noch keinen Pass bei den Chiefs geworfen hat, wird er wohl den Ausschlag für die Draft Strategie geben. Der beste Tackle ist Andre Smith, der die Chiefs Offensive Line zu altem Glanz zurückführen soll. Durch die Verpflichtung von Mike Vrabel ist wohl auch das Thema Aaron Curry vom Tisch.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 31 March 2009 18:28

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