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***Webzone Mockumentary - Round 3 - freeforall (Packers) is OTC***

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Rules are simple. 8 division - 8 GMs.

1. Of course - no trades between the same division rule applies.
2. With no CBA in place, refrain from trading players for a draft pick.
3. We will stop at the end of 3rd round, and if everyone wants to do another round, we will continue.
4. For now, there is no time limit. If this drags on, there will be a time limit.

Edit: 4h-limit will be applied...we will try to take the timezone-issue into account. Please send in your top3 for your upcoming pick to 4ML and commie if you think that you wont be online for a long time.

communist will be the co-manager, so when I'm out for an extended period of time, he will update the OP and picks and thread title. Thanks communist.


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1. Boise - AFC East
2. Ghost- NFC North
3. 4ML - NFC West
4. TexasNiner- AFC West
5. Communist - NFC South
6. Jimmy - AFC North
7. 49oz2superbowl - AFC South
8. NinerJohn - NFC East
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Note: Guys, if everyone can post picks in this exact format: Player, Position, School that will make life easier for me and communist when we update the OP with the picks. When possible, write a couple lines as to why you drafted a particular player


Round One
1 (1) Carolina - Commie - AJ Green, WR, Georgia
2 (2) Denver - TexasNiner - Marcell Dareus, DT, Alabama
3 (3) Buffalo - Boise - Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M
4 (4) Cincinnati - jimmy - Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU
5 (5) Arizona - 4ML - Cam Newton, QB, Auburn
6 (6) Cleveland - jimmy - Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina
7 (7) San Francisco - 4ML - Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska
8 (8) Tennessee - 49oz - Nick Fairly, DT, Auburn
9 (9) Dallas - NinerJohn - Tyron Smith, OT, USC
10 (10) Washington - NinerJohn - Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri
11 (11) Houston - 49oz - Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College
12 (12) Minnesota - Ghost - Julio Jones, WR, Alabama
13 (13) Detroit - Ghost - Aldon Smith, DE, Missouri
14 (14) St. Louis - 4ML - Cameron Jordan, DT, California
15 (15) Miami - Boise - Mike Pouncey, OG, Florida
16 (16) Jacksonville - 49oz - Da'Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson
17 (17) New England (from OAK) - Boise - J.J. Watt, OLB, Wisconsin
18 (18) San Diego - TexasNiner - Ryan Kerrigan, OLB/DE, Purdue
19 (19) New York Giants - NinerJohn - Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin
20 (20) Tampa Bay - Commie - Justin Houston, DE, Georgia
21 (21) Kansas City - TexasNiner - Phil Taylor, NT, Baylor
22 (22) Indianapolis - 49oz - Nate Solder, OT, Colorado
23 (23) Philadelphia - NinerJohn - Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado
24 (24) New Orleans - Commie - Muhammad Wilkerson, DT, Temple
25 (25) Seattle - 4ML - Jake Locker, QB, Washington
26 (26) Baltimore - jimmy - Brooks Reed, OLB, Arizona
27 (27) Atlanta - Commie - Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland
28 (28) New England - Boise - Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State
29 (29) Chicago - Ghost - Marvin Austin, DT, North Carolina
30 (30) Indianapolis (via NYJ) 49oz - Corey Liuget, DT, Illinois
31 (31) Pittsburgh - jimmy - Marcus Cannon OG/OT TCU
32 (32) Green Bay - Ghost - Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa


Round Two
1 (33) New England (from CAR) - Boise - Akeem Ayers, OLB, UCLA
2 (34) Buffalo - Boise - Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State
3 (35) Cincinnati - jimmy - Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas
4 (36) Tennessee (via DEN) - 49oz - Colin Kaepernick, QB, Nevada
5 (37) Cleveland - jimmy - Jon Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh
6 (38) Arizona - 4ML - Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame
7 (39) Denver (via TEN) - TexasNiner - Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State
8 (30) Dallas - NinerJohn - Aaron Williams, CB, Texas
9 (41) Minnesota (via WAS) - GHost - Andy Dalton, QB, TCU
10 (42) Houston - 49oz - Jabaal Sheard- DE, Pittsburgh
11 (43) Washington - NinerJohn - Randall Cobb, WR/PR, Kentucky
12 (44) Detroit - Ghost - Brandon Harris, CB, Miami
13 (45) San Francisco - 4ML - Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama
14 (46) Denver (from MIA) - TexasNiner - Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State
15 (47) St. Louis - 4ML - Benjamin Ijalana, G/OT, Villanova
16 (48) Oakland - TexasNiner - Davon House, CB, New Mexico State
17 (49) Jacksonville - 49oz - Rahim Moore, FS, UCLA
18 (50) San Diego - TexasNiner - Martez Wilson, ILB, Illinois
19 (51) Tampa Bay - Commie - Bruce Carter, OLB, North Carolina
20 (52) New York Giants - NinerJohn - Mike Leshoure, RB, Illinois
21 (53) New York Jets (Via IND) - Boise - Christian Ballard, DE, Iowa
22 (54) Philadelphia - NinerJohn - Danny Watkins, OG, Baylor
23 (55) Kansas City - TexasNiner - Stefen Wisniewski, C, Penn State
24 (56) New Orleans - Commie - James Carpenter, OT, Alabama
25 (57) Seattle - 4ML - Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami
26 (58) Baltimore - jimmy - Joseph Barksdale, OT, LSU
27 (59) Atlanta - Commie - Orlando Franklin, OG, Miami
28 (60) New England - Boise - Ras-I Dowling, CB, Virginia
29 (61) San Diego (from NYJ) - TexasNiner - Titus Young, WR, Boise State
30 (62) Chicago - Ghost - Marcus Gilbert, OT, Florida
31 (63) Pittsburgh - jimmy - Curtis Brown, CB, Texas
32 (64) Green Bay - Ghost - Chimdi Chekwa, CB, Ohio State

Round three
1. Carolina - commie - Jarvis Jenkins, DT, Clemson
2. Cincinnati - Jimmy - Greg Little, WR, North Carolina
3. Denver - TexasNiner - Ryan Williams, RB, Virginia Tech
4. Buffalo - Boise - Allen Bailey, DE, Miami
5. Arizona - 4ML - Kenrick Ellis, NT, Hampton
6. Cleveland - Jimmy - Drake Nevis, DE, LSU
7. Dallas - NinerJohn - Rodney Hudson, OG/C, Florida State
8. New Orleans (from Washington) - commie - Dontay Moch, OLB, Nevada
9. Houston - 49oz - Brandon Burton, CB, Utah
10. New England (from Minnesota) - Boise - Daniel Thomas, RB, Kansas State
11. Detroit - Ghost - Sam Acho, OLB, Texas
12. San Francisco - 4ML - Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa
13. Tennessee - 49oz - Mason Foster, OLB, Washington
14. St. Louis - 4ML - Edmond Gates, WR, Abilene Christian
15. Miami - Boise - DeMarco Murray, RB, Oklahoma
16. Jacksonville - 49oz - Jerrel Jernigan, WR, Troy
17. Oakland - TexasNiner - Jason Pinkston, OT, Pittsburgh
18. San Diego - TexasNiner - Chris Carter, OLB, Fresno State
19. New York Giants - NinerJohn - Quan Sturdivant, LB, North Carolina
20. Tampa Bay - commie - Marcus Gilchrist, CB, Clemson
21. Philadelphia - NinerJohn - Tyler Sash SS Iowa
22. Kansas City - TexasNiner - Johnny Patrick, CB, Louisville
23. Jets (from Indy) - Boise - Quinton Carter, S, Oklahoma
24. New Orleans - commie - Greg Romeus, DE, Pittsburgh
25. San Diego (from Seattle) - TexasNiner - Chris Conte, FS, California
26. Baltimore - Jimmy - Casey Matthews, ILB, Oregon
27. Atlanta - commie - KJ Wright, OLB, Mississippi State
28. New England - Boise - Clint Boling, OG/OT, Georgia
29. Chicago - Ghost - Shane Vereen, RB, California
30. New York Jets - Boise - Jerrell Powe, NT, Ole Miss
31. Pittsburgh - Jimmy - Taiwan Jones, RB, Eastern Washington
32. Green Bay - Ghost - OTC
33. Carolina (Compensatory) - commie


Trades:
1. Jets trade their 1st round pick (30th overall) to Colts for their 53rd, 87th, and 119th pick
2. Denver has trade their 2nd round pick for Tennessee's 2nd and 4th round pick.
3. Washington trade their 2nd round pick for Minnesota's 2nd and 4th round pick.
[ Edited by 49ersMyLife on Apr 28, 2011 at 12:41 PM ]
with 1/1 the panthers select:
AJ Green, WR, Georgia

shocked? surprised? who the hell cares steve smith is as good as done, the remaining WRs are good but they are not WR1 material and AJ Green is too good to pass up whereas gabbert and newton are overrated, imo (going 1st ovr).
i know that there is no FA right now and that the panthers could need a QB with a strong arm if they wanna play in aN air coryell. but they wont be much better anyway next year (i.e. i see them drafting in the top10, if not in the top5 where they could fill their QB-need).
dareus is another possibility b/c they simply dont have an interior d-line...but you can find adequate DTs in the lower rounds...
[ Edited by communist on Apr 19, 2011 at 11:05 AM ]
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Not shocked...but a little surprised. Still, a very good pick. He is a top 3 talent in the draft. Good luck getting AJ Green the ball
[ Edited by 49ersMyLife on Apr 19, 2011 at 6:57 AM ]
In a fairly unsurprising move, Denver takes the players who fits both their biggest need and is arguably the best player in the draft.

The Broncos select:

Marcell Dareus, DT, Alabama

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I wouldn't say he is the best player, probably top 5...but he plays a premium position. Denver needs someone like him badly.
Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
I wouldn't say he is the best player, probably top 5...but he plays a premium position. Denver needs someone like him badly.

I said arguably and it's an easy argument. He's usually rated 2-4, maybe 5 at worst.

The players rated above him usually are Newton, who has huge bust potential, Von Miller, who is probably a little overrated given his size likely fit at one specific position, Green, who while very talented may make much less impact at WR than an equally talented Dlineman will make, and Peterson, who may end up converting to safety, which limits his value.

I'm not saying he's absolutely the best player, but you can easily make an argument for it, and certainly that he may be the safest player and most likely to make an immediate impact of the usual top 5.
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Niners are looking to trade down, so if anyone wants to move up, please let me know.
Originally posted by TexasNiner:
In a fairly unsurprising move, Denver takes the players who fits both their biggest need and is arguably the best player in the draft.

The Broncos select:

Marcell Dareus, DT, Alabama
denver-bpa and need-filler but not bpa ovr
With the 3rd pick in the 2011 NFL Draft the Buffalo Bills select:

Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M



Maybe a bit surprising with the top two QB's still on the board but the Bills looked at many factors with this pick. The Bills have lacked a franchise QB for some time but I'm not sure either Newton or Gabbert fit the bill(no pun intended). Fitzpatrick might not be a guy that leads the Bills to the promised land but he proved last year that he deserves a shot to show what he can do as the guy. He and Stevie Johnson had solid chemistry last year and IMO the offense wasn't what holds this team back.

Now the defense on the other hand is absolutely horrible. With Dareus gone the Bills go with the BPA on their board and a guy that fills perhaps their biggest need. A pass rushing demon. Von Miller has continued to rise up draft boards all offseason and the Bills coaching staff got a first hand look at what Miller can provide to this teams anemic pass rush.

Hopefully Miller can help the Bills get rid of that bad taste in their mouth called Aaron Maybin.




Cincinatti Bengals select Patrick Peterson CB LSU



Peterson is the best cornerback prospect for the 2011 NFL Draft. The LSU Tiger just completed his junior season in Baton Rouge, but he is--not surprisingly--leaving early. And why not? The guy can do it all. Peterson was arguably the best shutdown corner in college football and he has been clocked as fast as 4.30 in the 40-yard dash.
This season he had four interceptions (which he returned for 134 yards), six pass breakups, a blocked kick, and 1.5 sacks. Peterson averaged 29.1 yards on 32 kick returns and averaged 16.1 yards on 26 punt returns, two of which he returned for scores. He won the Jim Thrope Award, the Chuck Bednarik Award, and was named SEC Defensive Player of the Year and SEC Special Teams Player of the Year by the conference's coaches.

His combination of size and speed really is incredible, as he stands at 6'1'' and 222 pounds. Peterson can be physical at the line of scrimmage while also matching opponents' best receivers stride for stride. With experience to boot, he heads into the NFL with basically no question marks. Peterson should be the first cornerback off the board and that will likely come with one of the first three overall picks.
[ Edited by jimmy49erfan on Apr 19, 2011 at 11:33 AM ]
acc to the wish list, which was pmed to me by 4ML, the cards select:
Cam Newton, QB, Auburn




Cleveland Browns select Robert Quinn DE North Carolina



Robert Quinn's situation at North Carolina is a little different than that of some of the other players who were kicked off of the team after an investigation by the NCAA into whether some players received benefits from agents. Quinn is just a junior and, while he is considered permanently suspended by the NCAA, Quinn has time to appeal the ruling. However, Quinn is a great talent and he could just declare for the draft and put the collegiate world behind him.
Quinn certainly has enough potential and talent to be a first round draft pick. As a sophomore he nearly took home the Atlantic Coast Conference's Defensive Player of the Year honors, but fell just short of Georgia Tech's Derrick Morgan. Quinn totaled 52 tackles, 19.0 tackles-for-loss, 11.0 sacks and 15 quarterback hurries. There is little doubt that Quinn would have continued to put up great numbers had he played this season.

What stands between Quinn and the first round of the NFL Draft is interviews with NFL personnel leading up to April. Quinn is a physical specimen who has the size, strength and speed to be a great defensive end. It is unlikely that he will lose those skills by sitting out a season.

2/8 Update: If Quinn has continued to hit the weight room he should be a first round draft pickā€¦and a high one at that. Quinn's weakness has also been his strength at the point of attack and he has really had a year to get ready for the NFL Combine and prove to everybody that he is still the explosive athlete that he was in 2009.

4/4 Update: Quinn has the talent of a top five pick, or even higher. However, NFL teams had plenty to talk to him about during the NFL combine. The issues surrounding the NCAA is one thing, but his health is turning into a bigger issue. Quinn has a tumor at the base of his brain which was removed after high school. It has not been an issue since, but adding that to the list of things that could go wrong is scaring away a few teams. With all of that pass rushing talent in this class, do not be surprised if Quinn falls a lot further than he should. However, that will not be past the 11th or 12th overall pick.
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anyone who wants to have the niners-pick?
Who I would draft here -> Julio Jones
Who the niners will pick -> Ryan Mallett

PLEASE no Gabbert...
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Waiting to hear back from couple of GMs for the 9ers pick. 9ers are looking to trade down.