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Pestilence
04-11-2011, 09:37 AM
We've done this in the past.....so fuck it....I'll put it up again. Using the Top 200 from:

http://www.gbnreport.com/top100.html

Give me your mock draft. You can't take a player that goes before our pick. Ex: Aldon Smith is above 21.....therefore you can't select him.

Our picks:

#21
#55
#86
#118
#135
#140
#199

Mr. Laz
04-11-2011, 09:53 AM
wow ... i'd be tempted to grab mallet then Wisniewski

Woodrow Call
04-11-2011, 09:56 AM
21. Akeem Ayers, LB, UCLA
55. Stefan Wisniewski, C, Penn State
86. James Carpenter, OT, Alabama
118. Sione Fua, NT, Stanford
135. Deleone Carter, RB, Syracuse
140. Edmond Gates, WR, Abilene Christian
199. Andrew Jackson, OG, Fresno State

DA_T_84
04-11-2011, 10:04 AM
Wilkerson gets my 1st in this situation.

Chiefnj2
04-11-2011, 10:08 AM
Taylor at 21. Parcells used to say there are only so many 300 + lb people in the planet who can move well. It all starts up front. I'm tempted by Carimi and Mallett though.

55 and 86 are tough and fall into the "just miss" a few guys like Baldwin, LIttle, Jones, etc. I'll skip those for now.

118 - Moffitt
135 Delone Carter
140 Chris White
199 Ricky Elmore

doomy3
04-11-2011, 10:23 AM
21. Ryan Kerrigan, OLB, Purdue
55. Marcus Gilbert, OT, Florida(Hope that Baldwin falls one more spot...)
86. Jerrell Powe, NT, Mississippi
118. Jason Pinkston, OT/OG, Pittsburgh
135. DeMarcus Van Dyke, CB, Miami
140. Edmond Gates, WR, Abilene Christian
199. Jake Kirkpatrick, C, TCU

Coogs
04-11-2011, 10:23 AM
Not going to make the defensive guys real happy.

21. Mallett QB Arkansas
55. Rodney Hudson C Florida State
86. Virgil Green TE Nevada (like what NE did with the 2 TE's last year)
118. Mark Herzlich OLB BC
135. Edmond Gates WR Abilene Christian
140. Delone Carter RB Syracuse
199. Owen Marecic FB Syracuse (I know, it's against the rules)

Pestilence
04-11-2011, 10:44 AM
21. Justin Houston OLB/DE Georgia
55. Rodney Hudson C Florida State
86. Jerrell Powe NT Mississippi
118. Lee Ziemba OT Auburn
135. Edmond Gates WR Abilene Christian
140. Austin Pettis WR Boise State
199. Mario Fannin RB Auburn

Mr. Laz
04-11-2011, 10:46 AM
86. Virgil Green TE Nevada (like what NE did with the 2 TE's last year)

if we really are going to Run,Run,Run the ball then we might as well get 2 quality TE's so can have receivers on the field even when we run it.

SNR
04-11-2011, 10:55 AM
#21 Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State
#55 Stefan Wisniewski, C, Penn State
#86 James Brewer, OT, Indiana
#118 Sione Fua, NT, Stanford
#135 Ross Homan, LB, Ohio State
#140 Chris Conte, SS, Cal
#199 Tom Brady, QB, Michigan

BigCatDaddy
04-11-2011, 11:04 AM
21. Ryan Mallett QB Arkansas
55. Kenrick Ellis DT Hampton
86. Kelvin Sheppard LB LSU
118 John Moffitt C/G Wisconsin
135 Deleone Carter RB Syracuse
140 Austin Pettis WR Boise State
199 Greg Salas WR Hawaii (193, but I don't care)

spanky 52
04-11-2011, 11:09 AM
21. NT Taylor, Baylor
55. C Wisniewski, PSU
86. RB Vereen, CAL
119. FS Jarrett, Temple
135. LB White, MS
140. OT Reid, UCF
199. OG Jackson, FSU

I have some doubts about Taylor. But not having anyone other than Toribio I had no choice. I like Wisniewski's versatility. If we're going to run the ball, Vereen fits. Jarrett and White will be good depth and I like Reid, think he'll be a good ROT.

Reaper16
04-11-2011, 11:36 AM
Edmund Gates is hilariously low.

blazzin311
04-11-2011, 12:29 PM
21. Ryan Kerrigan - OLB, Purdue (New pass rushing threat opposite of Tamba)
55. Stefan Wisniewski - C/OG, Penn St. (Love the versatility...most likely the future starting center for whomever drafts him)
86. Kelvin Sheppard - LB, LSU (Pair him with DJ in the middle and have Belcher come off the bench)
118. Sione Fua - DT, Stanford (Can help clog up the middle of the d-line, and a solid player as well)
135. Lee Ziemba - OT, Auburn (Could be the new RT but I think he might make a suitable RG eventually as well)
140. Joseph Barksdale - OT, LSU (Future starting RT)
199. DeAndre Brown - WR, S. Miss. (A little bit of a risk reward pick here, but at this point I'll take it....the upside with him is huge if it pays off)

SNR
04-11-2011, 05:50 PM
21. Ryan Kerrigan - OLB, Purdue (New pass rushing threat opposite of Tamba)
55. Stefan Wisniewski - C/OG, Penn St. (Love the versatility...most likely the future starting center for whomever drafts him)
86. Kelvin Sheppard - LB, LSU (Pair him with DJ in the middle and have Belcher come off the bench)
118. Sione Fua - DT, Stanford (Can help clog up the middle of the d-line, and a solid player as well)
135. Lee Ziemba - OT, Auburn (Could be the new RT but I think he might make a suitable RG eventually as well)
140. Joseph Barksdale - OT, LSU (Future starting RT)
199. DeAndre Brown - WR, S. Miss. (A little bit of a risk reward pick here, but at this point I'll take it....the upside with him is huge if it pays off)Certainly follows our long and proud tradition of taking LSU players

Ebolapox
04-11-2011, 06:32 PM
#21: gabe carimi-RT-Wisconsin (your starting RT)
#55: andy dalton-QB-tcu (qbotnf)
#86: jerrell powe-NT-Mississippi (your starting nose tackle)
#118: mark herzlich-LB-boston college (starting LB/OLB)
#135: edmund gates-WR-abilene christian (starting wr opposite bowe)
#140: taiwan jones-RB-eastern michigan (backup RB)
#199: jake kirkpatrick-C-tcu (starting center)

KurtCobain
04-11-2011, 06:38 PM
#21: Christian Ponder
#55: Andy Dalton
#86: Ricky Stanzi
#118: Tyrod Taylor
#135: Pat Devlin
#140: Greg McElroy

blazzin311
04-11-2011, 06:59 PM
Certainly follows our long and proud tradition of taking LSU players

Welll that's not exactly what I was looking at when I picked those players for the Chiefs mock, but indeed you are correct. They do follow suit.

blazzin311
04-11-2011, 07:01 PM
#21: Christian Ponder
#55: Andy Dalton
#86: Ricky Stanzi
#118: Tyrod Taylor
#135: Pat Devlin
#140: Greg McElroy

Well shit! One of em' better pan out or the Chiefs are screwed.

nascher
04-11-2011, 07:30 PM
Laughable everybody here with QB picks in the first rounds. Thats for sure not going to happen.

SNR
04-11-2011, 07:47 PM
Laughable everybody here with QB picks in the first rounds. Thats for sure not going to happen.BECAUSE ACCURACY MEANS EVERYTHING WHEN YOU DO MOCK DRAFTS RITE?????????///

Coogs
04-11-2011, 07:52 PM
Laughable everybody here with QB picks in the first rounds. Thats for sure not going to happen.

I agree with you even though I tabbed Mallett with the #21 slot in my mock based off of this top 200.

But I do however think it could be the wise move in the long run. Rationale...

IMO, we are still a year or two away past this season from being a legit Super Bowl contender (and I would love to be wrong as soon as this season). No matter who we select at #21 is going to put us over the top this season. A WR, an OLB, a NT, a C, an OT just isn't going to do it. And we can not get all of those players at #21 anyway. That is why there is a 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and a couple of 5th this year. But all of those picks together still are not going to put us over the top this season... IMO.

And, without getting in a Cassel pissing contest, if a potential long term franchise QB is sitting there at #21, I believe we could do much worse than pulling the trigger... just in case.

Just in case Cassel does not continue to progress, because if he doesn't, then were in the heck do you go for 2012?

And I am still of the mind that if you are going to spend a pick on a QB, round 1 is the round to do just that. But that's just me.

Chiefnj2
04-11-2011, 08:08 PM
Just in case Cassel does not continue to progress, because if he doesn't, then were in the heck do you go for 2012?

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Even though the schedule is tougher, it would be hard to imagine the team doesn't improve the WRs, which would enable Cassel to put up better #'s.

Coogs
04-11-2011, 08:13 PM
Even though the schedule is tougher, it would be hard to imagine the team doesn't improve the WRs, which would enable Cassel to put up better #'s.

I'm not going to get an a Cassel pissing contest in this thread. But I am going to hedge my bet at QB... given this top 200 list... just in case he does not improve with those said better WR's.

'Hamas' Jenkins
04-11-2011, 08:21 PM
1. Kerrigan
2. Allen Bailey
3. James Brewer
4. Kris O'Dowd
5. Greg Romeus
6. Greg Salas

milkman
04-11-2011, 08:52 PM
#21 Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State
#55 Stefan Wisniewski, C, Penn State
#86 James Brewer, OT, Indiana
#118 Sione Fua, NT, Stanford
#135 Ross Homan, LB, Ohio State
#140 Chris Conte, SS, Cal
#199 Tom Brady, QB, Michigan

Give it up.

He'll never amount to anything.

TRR
04-11-2011, 09:10 PM
I don't think you could pass up Kerrigan if he were to fall to 21. He has the Pioli type player written all over him, and I love his versatility. He can flat out get to the QB....Very similar player to a Clay Matthews. No-stop motor and extremely coachable. A good fit opposite/switching Tamba Hali.
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Wilson8
04-11-2011, 10:33 PM
Four different variations of a draft for QB, LB, OT C, and WR.

Id like to see us draft in those 5 positions and take care of other needs with 2 or 3 free agent signings.

1. (21) OT Gabe Carimi Wisconsin
2. (55) QB Andy Dalton TCU
3. (86) LB Kelvin Sheppard LSU
4. (118) NT Sione Fua Stanford
5. (135) C Brandon Fusco Slippery Rock
6. (140) WR Edmond Gates Abilene Christian

1. (21) QB Christian Ponder Florida State
2. (55) C Stefen Wisniewski Penn State
3. (86) NT Jerrell Powe Mississippi
4. (118) LB Mark Herlich Boston College
5. (135) WR Niles Paul Nebraska
6. (140) OT Jah Reid UCF

1. (21) LB Akeem Ayers UCLA
2. (55) C/G Rodney Hudson Florida State
3. (86) DT Terrell McClain South Florida
4. (118) G/T Jason Pinkston Pittsburgh
5. (135) WR Austin Pettis Boise State
6. (140) QB Pat Devlin Delaware

1. (21) WR Leonard Hankerson Miami U
2. (55) NT Kendrick Ellis Hampton
3. (86) OT James Brewer Indiana
4. (118) C/G John Moffitt Wisconsin
5. (135) LB Bruce Miller UCF
6. (140) QB Greg McElroy Alabama

Wilson8
04-11-2011, 10:37 PM
#21: gabe carimi-RT-Wisconsin (your starting RT)
#55: andy dalton-QB-tcu (qbotnf)
#86: jerrell powe-NT-Mississippi (your starting nose tackle)
#118: mark herzlich-LB-boston college (starting LB/OLB)
#135: edmund gates-WR-abilene christian (starting wr opposite bowe)
#140: taiwan jones-RB-eastern michigan (backup RB)
#199: jake kirkpatrick-C-tcu (starting center)

I'd be happy with this draft...you have the OT, QB, NT, LB, WR, C with the additional RB.

doomy3
04-12-2011, 06:56 AM
1. Kerrigan
2. Allen Bailey
3. James Brewer
4. Kris O'Dowd
5. Greg Romeus
6. Greg Salas

I thought about Romeus there. Do you think he can play standing up?

Ebolapox
04-12-2011, 08:22 AM
THEN AGAIN... we need to consider that pioli loves the SEC.
not enough SEC players picked in mine.

Wilson8
04-13-2011, 10:15 PM
THEN AGAIN... we need to consider that pioli loves the SEC.
not enough SEC players picked in mine.

OK…so here’s an SEC Conference (kind of) draft, all with solid citizen team captains. Also have C, NT, OT, QB, LB, WR, plus S.

1.(21) Derek Sherrod OT Mississippi State – I thought about Ryan Mallett Arkansas here but he was never team captain.

2.(55) Rodney Hudson C/G Florida State – I know ACC, but it’s in the southeast. Except for Pouncey who was above the 21 spot, not much to pick from for centers in the SEC.

3.(86) Jerrell Powe NT Mississippi. The second choice here was LB Kelvin Sheppard LSU. I had to have the NT or probably would have gone with Kelvin.

4.(118) Chris White LB Mississippi State

5.(135) Greg McElroy QB Alabama

6.(140) Ahmad Black S Florida

7.(199)Chris Matthews WR Kentucky - This guy is kind of interesting for a late round pick at 6'5", 219 lbs with decent athletic ability. He had 6 catches, 2 TDs, and 114 yards in a game against Florida this last season.

salame
04-13-2011, 10:25 PM
maybe we'll get Will Hill