Mad’Nuff Mock Draft: Take the picks and count it
April 25, 2009 by MadisonMadnuff
1: Lions: Matt Stafford- The lions want to have a frnchise quarterback that can also be the face of the team, Matt’s arm matches well with Calvin Johnson.
2: St Louis: Jason smith- Rams just got rid of a sure fire Hall of Famer they are looking for his replacement.
3: chiefs: Eugene Monroe: Kansas has more holes than the finest Swiss cheese, their start by finding someone to protect Cassel but they could take anyone.
4: Seattle: Mark Sanchez: looking for the next Hasselback type, Mark Sanchez is the perfect fit for a what is really a solid team.
5: Clevend: Aaron curry: Celvend has some gaps to fill but they have a big time reciever and two potential starting QB’s they are going defense and Curry will work wonders behind Shuan Rogers.
6: Cinncinntai: Andre Smith: The Bengals need help on defense but they can’t pass up a guy like this.
7: Oakland: Jeremey Macklin: Macklin is the second best receiver in the draft but his speed is what Al Davis likes, this would make the raiders offense extremely fast.
8: Jacksonville: Micheal Crabtree: This is a no brainer for the Jags who have no recivers left, Crabtree is my most sure pick of the draft.
9: Green Bay: B.J. Raji: this guy should be a top five pick but things happen with Green Bay moving to the 3-4 they want a solid anchor.
10: San Francisco: Brian Orakpo: Singeltary wants to build a solid defense to make it easier for the offense Orakpo gives them the pass rush and versatility they need.
11: Buffalo: Micheal Oher: they just got ride of their pro-bowl tackle and it’s time to replace him.
12: Denver: Tyson Jackson: Everyone knows that the offenses wasn’t the problem in Denver.
13: Washington: Aaron Maybin: Jason Tayler didn’t pan out they are still looking for that dominant pass rusher.
14: N.O.: Chris Beanie Wells: They need a pro style back to help out that high powered offense he will be great in N.O.
15: Houston: Malcom Jenkins: Very versatile player will allow the defense to do more once he gets acclimated to the NFL.
16: San Diego: Rey Maulauga: This works out well a great addition to a soild defense and he played at USC.
17: N.Y. Jets: Hayward-Bey: Jets have a lot of questions on offense but receiver is the most immediate concern.
18: Denver: Brian Cushing: Big physical presence in the middle again Denver goes defense.
19: Tampa Bay: Peria Jeffy: Tampa always likes to go for the best guy available
20: Detroit: Ehen Brittan: You have to have a guy to protect the franchise right?
21: Philadelphia: Knowshawn Moreno: Philadelphia needs a guy to get the short yards will be a great complete to Westbrooke
22: Minnesota: Hakeem Nicks: A pretty solid team needs a big target receiver, but they could go quarterback here.
23: New England: Connor Barwin: this is the versatile player Bill loves.
24: Atlanta: Clay Matthews: If they didn’t get Tony G they would have went TE here but now they need defense.
25: Miami: Larry English: Parcells will love this guy a true football player that will sure up the D.
26: Baltimore: James Lauranitis: A perfect replacement for Bart Scott and will play along side an excellent teacher.
27: Indianapolis: Brian Robiskie: Indy doesn’t need much help but he is the best player on the board.
28: Buffalo: Brandon Pettigrew: They just got T.O. this guy is a great athlete and well help free T.O. up by causing mis-matches.
29: N.Y. Giants: Percy Harvin: Giants need a big time receiver but this is all that’s left.
30: Tennessee- Kenny Britt: Big receiver that can go up and get Tennessee is missing that.
31: Arizona: Donald Brown: May be a big steal this late in the draft perfect fit for the Cardinals offense.
32: Pittsburgh: Vonte Davis: The Steelers don’t need much Vonte is the best player on the board and they are still looking for McFaddens replacement.