2011 NFL Mock Draft: First 2 Rounds

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2011 NFL Mock Draft: First 2 Rounds
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It's about that time of year kids. Only four teams remain in the playoffs, so most of us are looking towards our teams' offseasons. That means it's time to start putting together our mock drafts.

This is a two-round mock draft I've comprised. I've based the undecided part of the picking order on my own predictions for how the rest of the playoffs will play out. So yes, I believe the Green Bay Packers will defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Super Bowl.

This could end up being a very interesting draft. There are a lot of teams with the same needs and the draft order is such that we could see a lot of trades.

The problem with that is that there most likely won't be a collective bargaining agreement in place. So what does that mean?

That means that teams can swap picks, but no players can be involved in the trades. That will significantly complicate matters.

I still believe we'll see some wheeling and dealing. If we don't, there will be some teams reaching on picks to try and fill major holes on their roster, especially when it comes to cornerbacks.

For the sake of this mock draft, I'm gonna assume that there won't be any trades.

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