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ChiefsCountry 01-23-2011 11:17 AM

Draft Links
 
Here is HailRedskins listing of all of the Mock Drafts. Its huge, so use it for research purposes if you want.

http://www.hailredskins.com/MockDraft.htm

Tribal Warfare 01-23-2011 12:57 PM

http://draftdaddy.com/blog/nfldraft.htm is a big one too

Dante84 01-23-2011 01:36 PM

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Originally Posted by ChiefsCountry (Post 7376591)
Here is HailRedskins listing of all of the Mock Drafts. Its huge, so use it for research purposes if you want.

http://www.hailredskins.com/MockDraft.htm

This was great the last few years when we were picking top five. Just had to scroll down and see everyones choice.

Now you have to click each one individiually, and a lot of them have a 1-10 page, 11-20 page, and 21-30 page.

Getting better has its perks; but researching draft projections isn't one of them.

KCrockaholic 01-29-2011 03:59 PM

nfldraftcountdown.com is my favorite draft site at the moment. Those guys do a very, very good job year in, year out.

PennSkinsFan 01-29-2011 09:06 PM

157 Mocks
 
http://dcprosportsreport.com/MockDraft.htm

Here you go all. You have always been gracious to allow us to post this here. We are the original mock database on the web, our 12th year. We used to e at hailRedskins, but moved it to DCPSR when we split away. I think you will find ours the most updated

'Hamas' Jenkins 01-29-2011 09:47 PM

We'll give you some traffic and hopefully boost your ad revenue :)

bowener 01-29-2011 10:09 PM

I checked it out.... your "official database mock" has the Chiefs taking a 5 technique DE in the first. I am disappoint.

Edit: And that is with Houston taken 5 picks after this pick. Hell, even both the T's some people have hardons over are taken back to back right after the Chiefs pick.

Count Zarth 01-29-2011 10:18 PM

yipes

http://dcprosportsreport.com/2011/01...ock-draft-1-0/

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21. Kansas City Chiefs: DL Christian Ballard [Iowa]. He’s not the most famous D-lineman from Iowa, but he might be the best. He can play DT in a 4-3 or DE in a 3-4 and he plays the run so well because he’s got a great motor, exactly what you want in a young defensive lineman. Effort will not be a problem.

bowener 01-29-2011 10:41 PM

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Originally Posted by ClayWhit (Post 7392455)

Exactly.

And here is the rest of the First round:

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DATABASE!

22. Indianapolis Colts: OT Nate Solder [Colorado]. A huge man with good quickness who will become Indy’s long-term answer at either tackle position, though I think he’ll be best on the left side. It won’t take long for him to become Peyton Manning’s best friend on that offense.

23. Philadelphia Eagles: OT Anthony Castonzo [Boston College]. The Eagles gave up 52 sacks this year and while some of that is due to Michael Vick holding on to the ball too long, most of it is because the line isn’t very good at pass-blocking. He needs to get a bit stronger, but that shouldn’t be a problem for someone with his worth ethic.

24. New Orleans Saints: DT Stephen Paea [Oregon State]. The Saints defense was destroyed in the playoffs by a mediocre Seattle offense and the rush defense, in particular, looked in need of an upgrade. Paea isn’t a dominating lineman, but he’s strong and would be hard to move. Teaming him with Sedrick Ellis on the interior of that DL should improve the rush defense almost immediately.

25. Seattle Seahawks: CB Brandon Harris [Miami]. This is a decent value pick that also fills a need for a team with the 27th-ranked pass defense in the NFL. Harris has decent size, is a willing tackler against the run and, as the son of a football coach he’s willing to learn and work hard.

26. Baltimore Ravens: OLB Justin Houston [Georgia]. The Ravens will take Harris if he’s on the board because they have major unaddressed needs in the secondary. They could also use a speedy wideout because the offense looked very slow in the playoffs against the Steelers. However, Houston is a good value here and he should fit in nicely in Baltimore’s hybrid scheme defense.

27. Atlanta Falcons: OT Gabe Carimi [Wisconsin]. The Falcons are solid almost everywhere, but they could use an upgrade at tackle. Carimi is probably a bit stereotyped as a prototypical right tackle, but I think he can play on the left side, too. He’s an absolute beat as a run-blocker, which is something that fits Atlanta’s downhill run game perfectly. One bad playoff loss isn’t a good reason to abandon the things that got Atlanta to 13 wins and Carimi would make those strengths even stronger.

28. New England Patriots: RB Mark Ingram [Alabama]. A powerful runner who seems particularly explosive after contact, Ingram will be a battering ram for an offense that needs to do something other than throw short passes. Having shored up their defensive line with the 17th pick in this draft, the Patriots can make their offense the most well-rounded in the NFL with a downhill runner like Ingram.

29. Green Bay Packers: DL Corey Liuget [Illinois]. The Packers have very few weaknesses, but rush defense was definitely not a strength this season. Liuget is a great value this late in the first round and should be able to really stop running backs from the DE position in Green Bay’s 3-4 defense.

30. New York Jets: DL Muhammad Wilkerson [Temple]. A college sack-master at DT, Wilkerson would be a nice fit for the Jets at DE in their 3-4 defensive scheme. He would likely go much higher in the first round next year, but he’s coming out now so this could be a good value pick, too.

31. Chicago Bears: OT Derek Sherrod [Mississippi State]. The Bears could also target a wideout here, but I don’t think they’ll get complacent about their woeful offensive line. Sherrod is a very talented underclassman who can play either tackle position and would start from day one for this team.

32. Pittsburgh Steelers: OT Marcus Cannon [TCU]. It’s a tribute to the Steelers that they have done so well this season with one of the worst offensive lines in the NFL. He can probably play either guard or tackle and since both are positions of need for the Steelers, he’s an ideal selection for them at the bottom of the round.
Don't get me wrong, I like your website, just not the awful awful pick that the Chiefs are given.

ChiefsCountry 01-30-2011 12:39 AM

I moved this into this thread. Its stickied so it won't get lost.

allen_kcCard 02-08-2011 09:40 AM

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Originally Posted by PennSkinsFan (Post 7392336)
http://dcprosportsreport.com/MockDraft.htm

Here you go all. You have always been gracious to allow us to post this here. We are the original mock database on the web, our 12th year. We used to e at hailRedskins, but moved it to DCPSR when we split away. I think you will find ours the most updated

Should add an option where you can change the team from redskins to any team of your choosing to show up in that last column. I know it is a redskins focused site, but would be really cool for people that go there for the great work you have done there to do it for your own team when you visit, or rivals, or just teams like the Raiders to see if anyone projects them to take some super-fast waterboy.

BossChief 02-08-2011 09:58 AM

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Originally Posted by ClayWhit (Post 7392455)

If we didn't already gave the investment in our DEs that we do, Ballard would be a damn good pick at 21.

Both he and Clayborn will be very good players in the NFL.

ChiefsCountry 02-08-2011 10:58 AM

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Originally Posted by BossChief (Post 7416421)
If we didn't already gave the investment in our DEs that we do, Ballard would be a damn good pick at 21.

Both he and Clayborn will be very good players in the NFL.

Lots of good 3-4 ends this year, making 2009 even more horrible.

listopencil 02-16-2011 10:10 AM

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I was getting into it a little until I saw this link on the site.

iowachieffan 02-16-2011 01:57 PM

I don't think Ballard is a first round pick... Being an Iowa fan I have watched him and I think he will still be around in the second round


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