GetFootballNews.com

Your American Football Source out`ta Germany

  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size

2011 NFL Mock Draft season is underway

E-mail Print PDF

Yes he`s back! Back again...

After taking 2010 off due to ?????!!!!??? - Nobody knows - Ryan Jensen is back in 2011 with his brand new NFL Mock Draft. Top 10 at the moment but will finish the first round soooooon.

We would love to get some comments on this one, of course also critical comments and what you honestly think about the picks. But pleeease, keep in mind that we are not native USA born football fans, so be gentle and leave them with style and respect...

I did not Wink, ok I tried to be as respectful as the picks allowed it…

Moose911

 

1. Carolina Panthers (2-14): Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU

Guess what? I don´t think that the Panthers are in love with either of the two quarterbacks. Neither Gabbert nor Newton seem to be a clear no. 1. Better Luck next year. Also Carolina has no 2nd round pick to upgrade the O-line. So why risk a high QB pick who is only protected by Gross? Peterson is a 10-12 year franchise player and in the past years the alignment for teams has changes thanks to Revis and co. And don´t underestimate his return skills…

Comments by Moose911:  I am the admin and that’s why  I will use my “special” abilities and make inline comments. (My Mock is also in process and currently stopped at no. 9 due to lot of work). No way! I will not believe that a CB goes no. 1 until I see it. Lasts until no.7 at max but will not be the first player taken. Sorry Jensen… Wink

Again: “ No way my friend!!!”

2. Denver Broncos (4-12): Marcell Dareus, DT, Alabama

This is quite a no-brainer. The Broncos draft the Best-Player-Available plus fulfill their biggest need – D-line. Dareus is not a one-year-wonder but a constant disruptive force in the middle. Plug him in, let him play and relax.

Moose911: Real Deal and will be picked right there. Good job Cutler Lover Wink

3. Buffalo Bills (4-12): Cam Newton, QB, Auburn

Nix says, gimme a QB. And I say – why not? The Bills seem to be in a desperate search for a new identity. Project Owens failed, but Newton is on the rise. He might not be the new Kelly, but this kind of QB is not asked for in the modern era. Newton has rare skills, good work ethic and a chance to be the new posterboy.

Moose911: I think Bengals or otherwise the next “MeShawn” will be picked were Jimmy Clausen was picked… NEXT round please…

4.  Cincinnati Bengals (4-12): Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri

Anyone with character issues on the board? No? So, let´s throw the old baggage over board and finally restart your franchise. This pick is more a wish - why draft a WR, when you have no one to throw the ball? Carson won´t be back – realize this. And when he should came back then draft a QB anyway.

Moose911: Also will go QB with the Bengals. But with the one you picked at no.3 my friend Wink

5. Arizona Cardinals (5-11): Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M

No creative move this time – the second no brainer in the top 10. Miller is the second best player in the draft and Arizona would be happy if he falls to them. Fast, intelligent, a on-field general for years to come. Never underestimate the influence of a LB  - remember Willis or the Bears franchise.

Moose911: Real Deal and will be picked right there. Wink Good job Cutler Lover Wink

6. Cleveland Brown (5-11): A.J. Green, WR, Georgia

OK, you stick with McCoy? Then give him someone to work with. The Browns only need to choose between Green or Jones. Both were always 1-2 in their career starting in high school and this will not change here. I have Green slightly ahead of Jones cause he´s the total package.

Moose911: Sounds good to me…

7. San Francisco (6-10): Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn

This is the hardest pick for me. The Prince might be an option – also an upgrade at OLB but the Niners might select the Best-Player-Available even if D-line is not the biggest need. Fairley is kinda intriguing because he had just one good year but how can you draft him at 7?

Moose911: Nick will land in Tennessee, SF will never draft this guy playing a 3-4 D. Do your homework!!

8. Tennessee Titans (6-10): Da`Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson

Tennessee is on the clock – they might take a minute or two , walk to the podium and announce their pick with a big smile. He fits in perfect in their D-line rotation. Maybe he will never be an allstar but he will definitely look good in this organization and in the Titans jersey.

Moose911: The “dropper” of day 1, I think this guy will fall to the Rams and than coach Spags takes a chance and will turn this guy into a nightmare from the D-End position

9. Dallas Cowboys (6-10): Anthony Costanzo, OT, Boston College

Dear Mr. Jones: you have a great stadium, so you don´t have to make a sexy pick. Go out and get someone to protect Toni. Costanzo doesn´t need to tell everyone like Carimi that he is the best OT in this draft. We will see it in 5 years.  

Moose911: Naaaa JENSEN, CB is the pick here… No way they draft an OT so early this year, but6 thy could use one you are right.

10. Washington (6-10): Robert Quinn, DE/OLB, North Carolina

The obvious pick might be Julio Jones but I hope he slides to the Rams. I expect the Skins to trade back to get Locker before Seattle is on the clock. They will not get a second tier QB like Dalton or Ponder in the 2nd round. If they really pick 10th then it should be Quinn. His suspension might have cost him a sure top 5 pick and millions of dollars.

Moose911: Unfortunately Quinn`s illness (Do well man) will keep him of the board so soon. Guess u haven`t heard of it Jensen?

Comments (2)
mock first pick
1 Monday, 11 April 2011 20:25
no cb will go nr. 1 ever ever guys!
nice picks
2 Monday, 11 April 2011 20:26
where are the other picks?
 

Google Custom Search

Poll

Advertisments

Sportsbetting

Presidents Day Weekend - Promo Code PRES15
NFL.com Blogs
Official Blog of the National Football League
Custom Search