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2011 NFL Mock Draft: Senior Bowl Edition; Who Will Go No. 1?

Mihir BhagatSenior Analyst IIIJanuary 28, 2011

2011 NFL Mock Draft: Senior Bowl Edition; Who Will Go No. 1?

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    The 2011 NFL Mock Drafts are beginning to heat up as the big day is just over three months away. 

    As most are aware, the NFL Draft is an opportunity for teams all around the league to improve their rosters in order to give them the best possible opportunity for the upcoming season.

    In fact, the event is so monumental that scouting squads dedicate the entire year to researching players, identifying their strengths and weaknesses and determining whether or not they'd be a good fit for their team. 

    At the same time, draft experts and fans all around the league analyze the draft pool and plot various scenarios as to where certain players will be selected, thus forming a mock draft. 

    To honor the festivities, I've decided to give a crack at it as well. 

    Be prepared for a few surprises along with some bold moves. We could be in for a really intense NFL Draft come April.

    So here it is,  my 2011 NFL Mock Draft 2.0 with an in-depth analysis for all 32 first-round selections.

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1. Carolina Panthers: Auburn DT Nick Fairley

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    In my opinion, Andrew Luck made an immature decision, and I won't say much more on the issue other than I'm certain that the Carolina Panthers organization is very disappointed. 

    The Carolina Panthers are in complete disarray and have several voids to fill.

    However, based on recent history, it's been proven that the most effective method of kick-starting a franchise is by bringing in a quarterback for the future. 

    Sure, they took Jimmy Clausen in the second round last year, but a man with only one touchdown and a 58.4 passer rating isn't exactly promising.

    However, with no quarterback worthy of the top spot they should just go on the next best available prospect.

    That is why I have them taking defensive lineman Nick Fairley, who was simply unblockable in the BCS National Championship Game. 

    He's a dominant force and is jumping up draft boards because of it. 

    And if you don't believe me, just ask Alabama running back Mark Ingram who was limited to just 36 yards on the ground when the two faced off.

    Nick Fairley (Jr.) Stats: 83 Tackles, 12 Sacks, 1 Interception

    Other Possibilities: Georgia WR A.J. GreenClemson DE Da'Quan Bowers

    Pick Changed; Previously Clemson DE Da'Quan Bowers

2. Denver Broncos: Clemson DE Da'Quan Bowers

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    With a new regime installed in the Denver Broncos organization, virtually anything could happen with this selection.

    If I were in charge, though, my focus would be defense, defense and more defense.

    Allowing 28.9 points (NFL-worst) and 377.2 yards per game is simply unacceptable.

    That is why I believe they should take Da'Quan Bowers, who registered 16 sacks for the Clemson Tigers this season.  

    That would certainly bolster a pass rush that's managed a league-low 23 sacks this season.

    Moreover, head coach John Fox's first-ever selection was Julius Peppers with coincidentally the No. 2 overall pick in the 2002 NFL Draft. Peppers and Bowers are fairly comparable in skill set. 

    Da'Quan Bowers (Jr.) Stats: 144 Tackles, 20 Sacks, 1 Forced Fumble, 1 Interception

    Other Possibilities: LSU CB Patrick Peterson, Alabama DT Marcell Dareus

    Pick Changed; Previously Auburn DT Nick Fairley

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3. Buffalo Bills: North Carolina DE/OLB Robert Quinn

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    The Buffalo Bills are in a tough position because none of the top players available match their needs. That is why I feel this could be a popular trading spot for teams trying to acquire A.J. Green or Patrick Peterson. 

    However, since I'm not including trades in this mock I'll go ahead and employ a strategy that would fill a huge void.

    Generating an effective pass rush has proven to be an integral key to success, and the Bills ranked 27th in the NFL with only 27 sacks this season.

    That is why I have them drafting Robert Quinn, who's a hybrid pass rusher who will immediately improve their unit at linebacker

    Robert Quinn (Jr.***) Stats: 86 Tackles, 13 Sacks, 4 Forced Fumbles 

    Other Possibilities: LSU CB Patrick Peterson, Auburn QB Cam Newton

    ***Note Quinn was suspended for his entire junior year, so he's only played two years at the collegiate level.

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4. Cincinnati Bengals: Alabama DT Marcell Dareus

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    The Cincinnati Bengals have been a huge disappointment this season, especially considering that they won the AFC North last year.

    However, their inconsistent offense and weak front four have caught up with them, and they don't seem to be improving anytime soon unless they upgrade.

    There are a number of directions they can go and I personally feel they should replace Carson Palmer with a fresh face.

    However, since head coach Marvin Lewis is sticking around with his job security hanging by a thread, its unlikely that they will want to take on a young signal-caller.

    Instead, they'll have to target one of their other needs, primarily on the defensive side of the ball.

    That is why I have them selecting defensive tackle Marcell Dareus, who will be a force in the middle of their unit. 

    Marcell Dareus Stats (Jr.): 63 Tackles, 10 Sacks

    Other Possibilities: Auburn QB Cam Newton, Georgia WR A.J. Green

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5. Arizona Cardinals: Missouri QB Blaine Gabbert

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    Apparently the offseason losses hurt this team much more than people thought they would.

    Well, I guess we shouldn't have expected anyone to fill the shoes of future Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner. 

    Not Matt Leinart, Derek Anderson, Max Hall or John Skelton—and, yeah, you get the picture. The Cardinals have been battling a terrible quarterback situation and they must fix it immediately. 

    That is why I have them taking Baine Gabbert, who has great physical tools and with the absence of Luck is beginning to establish himself as the top quarterback in the draft class.

    Blaine Gabbert (Jr.) Stats: 6,822 Yards, 40 Touchdowns, 18 Interceptions

    Other Possibilities: Auburn QB Cam Newton, LSU CB Patrick Peterson

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6. Cleveland Browns: Georgia WR A.J. Green

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    The Cleveland Browns had a relatively good year. The addition of quarterback Colt McCoy and running back Peyton Hillis will surely play an integral role moving forward.

    Of course, to truly bring out their potential, I believe they desperately need to add a playmaker for their young, emerging quarterback.

    That is why I have them drafting A.J. Green, who's arguably the best wide receiver to come out in the draft since Calvin Johnson.

    With the teams drafting ahead of them having more pressing needs, there is a possibility that Green slips down to them here. If so, there's no way I see them passing him up. 

    A.J. Green (Jr.) Stats: 158  Receptions, 2,452 Yards, and 23 Touchdowns

    Other Possibilities: LSU CB Patrick Peterson, Texas A&M OLB Von Miller

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7. San Francisco 49ers: LSU CB Patrick Peterson

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    The San Francisco 49ers face an interesting scenario here since they could go in a number of directions.

    Now that they've started a new regime by hiring Jim Harbaugh as head coach, they may go ahead and pick up a new franchise quarterback because neither Alex or Troy Smith seem to be the solution.

    However, despite their needs to bring in a new signal-caller, I don't think they can reject an opportunity to draft one of the premier talents.

    That is why I have them taking Patrick Peterson, who's established himself as a shutdown corner, one of the best to enter the draft in quite a while.

    Patrick Peterson (Jr.) 129 Tackles, 7 Interceptions, 1 Forced Fumble

    Other Possibilities: Auburn QB Cam Newton, Texas A&M OLB Von Miller

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8. Tennessee Titans: Nebraska CB Prince Amukamara

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    Since the Vince Young era is officially over, the Tennessee Titans may very well decide to draft a new quarterback. However, I feel that the organization is fed up with dealing with young quarterbacks.

    I feel that they're more inclined to acquire a veteran, either through a trade or free agency. 

    Instead, they will go ahead and fix their pass defense, which ranked 29th in the league allowing 252 yards- per-game. 

    That's why I have them taking Prince Amukamara, who has the potential to be a shutdown corner in the NFL.

    Prince Amukamara (Sr.) Stats: 154 Tackles, 5 Interceptions, 3 Forced Fumbles

    Other Possibilities: Auburn QB Cam Newton, Arkansas QB Ryan Mallet

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9. Dallas Cowboys: Texas A&M OLB Von Miller

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    The Dallas Cowboys will miss out on the top two cornerback prospects whom they would have taken in a heartbeat.

    Instead, they'll have to find another way to improve their ability to defend the pass as they allowed a 64.4 completion percentage.

    In my opinion, the best way of improving their pass defense is by bolstering their pass rush.

    They could certainly use an upgrade opposite DeMarcus Ware because Anthony Spencer, who manned the position last year, registered just five sacks. 

    That is why I have them taking Von Miller, who has really demonstrated that he can be serviceable at both getting after the quarterback and in coverage. Exactly that, and more, is what he showed scouts during the Senior Bowl workouts this week. 

     I could also see the Cowboys trading down in order to package more picks. 

    Von Miller (Sr.) Stats: 178 Tackles, 33 Sacks, 1 Interception

    Other Possibilities: Purdue OLB Ryan Kerrigan, UCLA OLB Akeem Ayers

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10. Washington Redskins: Auburn QB Cam Newton

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    The Washington Redskins lackluster defense is in search of a much-needed boost as they surrendered the second-most total yards in the NFL this season.

    However, in a league where success is determined by the caliber of your quarterback, the Redskins need to make a move. After Donovan McNabb was benched, there's no going back.

    That is why I have them taking Cam Newton who has the physical tools and leadership skills to launch this team back to the playoffs. 

    Cam Newton (Jr.) Stats: 2,643 Yards, 28 Touchdowns, 6 Interceptions (only threw 14 pass attempts in Fr. and So. year)

    Other Possibilities: Alabama WR Julio Jones, Missouri OLB Aldon Smith

    Pick Change; Previously Missouri OLB Aldon Smith

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11. Houston Texans: Purdue OLB Ryan Kerrigan

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    The Houston Texans are in complete disarray on defense, and I personally don't think it's fair to their prolific offense.

    Wade Phillips has been hired as the defensive coordinator and I'm sure he'll want to build from the trenches. Therefore, I have them improving a defensive line that struggled all season long. 

    That is why I have them taking Ryan Kerrigan who's been sheerly unstoppable at times as he led the nation with 26 tackles for a loss.

    Moreover, according to scouting reports at the Senior Bowl, Kerrigan displayed great passion for the game and was a relentless pass rusher. In particular, he did a solid job against Nate Solder who's widely considered the top offensive tackle in the class. 

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12. Minnesota Vikings: Colorado OT Nate Solder

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    The Minnesota Vikings have the potential to bounce back from this season and become a contender once again. 

    In order to do so, they will have to part ways with Brett Favre, regardless if he actually retires or not, and bring in a new one.

    However, instead of drafting a young and inexperienced signal caller, they're better off acquiring a veteran through other means. 

    That is why I have them assuring their offensive line with this pick.

    That is why I have them taking Nate Solder who's got great physical skills and with his impressive outing at the Senior Bowl this week, he's solidified himself as the top offensive tackle in the draft. 

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13. Detroit Lions: UCLA OLB Akeem Ayers

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    The Detroit Lions ended the season on a high note, riding a four-game winning streak. At the same time, they put themselves in a position where they wouldn't be drafting in the top five. Nevertheless, they'll have to make do. 

    Their biggest problem lies in their secondary, but as we all know, the Lions don't draft for need.

    That is why I have them taking Akeem Ayers ,who possesses all-around talent at the outside linebacker position.

    Akeem Ayers (Jr.) Stats: 215 Tackles, 15 Sacks, 6 Interceptions

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14. St. Louis Rams: Alabama WR Julio Jones

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    Frankly, the St. Louis Rams would have beat the Seattle Seahawks and been in the playoffs had it not been for their lack of a quality receiving corps. The injury bug bit them hard last season and they simply couldn't overcome it.

    That being said, adding a top-flight target for Sam Bradford will be a priority this offseason.

    It was a toss-up between Julio Jones and Justin Blackmon, but knowing if Blackmon is staying in school, Jones will be the choice.

    Jones has been flat-out dominant at times and it should elevate the Rams offense to the next level. 

    Julio Jones (Jr.) Stats: 179 Receptions for 2,653 Yards and 15 Touchdowns

    Pick Changed; Previously Justin Blackmon

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15. Miami Dolphins: Arkansas QB Ryan Mallet

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    Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has stated that he wants a more "pass-oriented" offense. If that is, in fact, true, then I think it's a telling sign that Chad Henne could be on his way out.

    Henne finished the season throwing 15 touchdowns and 19 interceptions while posting a poor 75.4 passer rating.

    That is why I have them taking Ryan Mallet, who's gradually improved his accuracy from 43.3 percent in his freshman campaign to 66.5 percent this season, and finally seems ready to take on the responsibilities of being an NFL quarterback.

    Ryan Mallet (Jr.) Stats: 8,111 Yards, 67 Touchdowns, 23 Interceptions

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16. Jacksonville Jaguars: Missouri OLB Aldon Smith

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    Do you remember the Jacksonville Jaguars first-round pick last year? Tyson Alualu. Sure, he finished with a decent 38 tackles and 3.5 sacks, but it was undoubtedly a huge reach.

    While I'm not sure whether they'll utilize the same "strategy" this time as well, I think its going to be a huge mystery up until draft day.

    I think they're going to address their anemic pass rush that managed merely 26 sacks this past season.

    He may be a bit of a project but he's undoubtedly got raw tools to work with. 

    Aldon Smith (Soph.):  108 Tackles, 17 Sacks, 1 Forced Fumble, 1 Interception

    Pick Changed; Previously Florida CB Janoris Jenkins

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17. New England Patriots: Wisconsin DE J.J. Watt

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    The New England Patriots acquired this pick as part of the trade that sent defensive lineman Richard Seymour to the Oakland Raiders. While it's not a top 10 like they would have hoped, it still gives them tremendous flexibility to make some moves in the draft.

    However, if they stay put, then I have them working toward rebuilding their defense.

    The Patriots, despite a consistently strong offense, haven't been able to win a Super Bowl since 2004 primarily because I don't think their defense is on par.

    This year they were 25th in the NFL in terms of total yards allowed. That, to me, is unacceptable.

    That is why I have them taking J.J. Watt who will provide stability along their defensive front. 

    Moreover, he brings that versatility that the Patriots organization simply adores.

    J.J. Watt (Jr.) Stats: 106 Tackles, 11 Sacks, 2 Forced Fumbled

    Note: Watt redshirted his freshmen season, so he's only played two years at the collegiate level. 

    Pick Changed; Previously Ohio State DE Cameron Hayward

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18. San Diego Chargers: Wisconsin OT Gabe Carimi

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    Despite their record, the San Diego Chargers were amongst the best in the league in virtually every statistical category. They did struggle in the pass blocking department as their offensive line allowed 38 sacks.

    Even though they still led the second-best passing game in the NFL, that's undoubtedly an area where they can improve.

    That is why I have them taking Carimi who will be able to fit in at any position along the line.

    Pick Changed; Previously Colorado OT Nate Solder

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19. New York Giants: Cal DT Cameron Jordan

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    The New York Giants truly have no holes to fill, so they're best off just going with the best available player. 

    In their Super Bowl run a couple of years ago, they learned that getting after the quarterback can do wonders for a team and that one can never have too many pass rushers.

    That is why I have them taking Cameron Jordan who will provide additional depth to their defensive line. 

    He was great at the Senior Bowl as he beat every offensive tackle he faced by capitalizing on his unique combination of athleticism and sheer skill. That said, if he continues to impress, he could be long gone by now. 

    Cameron Jordan (Sr.) Stats: 161 Tackles, 17 Sacks, 1 Forced Fumble

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20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Iowa DE Adrian Clayborn

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    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers should address nothing other than their pathetic pass rush that amassed just 26 sacks this season which is the second-fewest in the NFL. 

    Unfortunately for them, there isn't a pure pass rusher available worth taking.

    Instead, I have them taking Adrian Clayborn, who has a non-stop motor which should translate well at the pro level. 

    Adrian Clayborn (Sr.) Stats: 184 Tackles, 19 Sacks, 1 Forced Fumble

    Pick Changed; Previously Purdue DE/OLB Ryan Kerrigan

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21. Indianapolis Colts: Temple DT Muhammed Wilkerson

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    Simply said, the Indianapolis Colts need help defending the run as they ranked 25th in terms of yards allowed.

    In order to stop the bleeding, they'll need a stout body up the middle yet someone who fits their style of play. 

    That is why I have them taking Muhammed Wilkerson who excels at disrupting offenses in the backfield due to his tremendous penetration ability and is capable of doing so in a variety of systems. 

    Muhammed Wilkerson (Jr.) Stats: 139 Tackles, 17 Sacks, 2 Forced Fumbles

    Pick Changed; Previously Boston College OT Anthony Castanzo

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22. Indianapolis Colts: Boston College OT Anthony Castanzo

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    The offensive line may only have surrendered 16 sacks last season, but that's a bit misleading because the primary reason behind it is the sharp decision making and quick release from quarterback Peyton Manning.

    So, that's not to say they can't use an upgrade in the unit. 

    Moreover, with Charlie Johnson set to become a free agent this offseason, he may be let go and they would thus need a replacement. 

    That is why I have them taking Anthony Castanzo who has the consistency that will match their team philosophy nicely. 

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23. Philadelphia Eagles: Florida G/C Mike Pouncey

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    Typically, the run on offensive lineman goes earlier in the draft. However, since there's a lack of elite talent it's a bit delayed. Nevertheless, teams will be jumping on the opportunity to add players at arguably the second most important position in the NFL.

    The Philadelphia Eagles most glaring weakness, unfortunately, lies along the offensive line. 

    They allowed a whopping 49 sacks during the regular season and if it wasn't for the athleticism of Michael Vick then they may have reached over 65. 

    That said, there's honestly no way I can see this pick being anything other than the best offensive lineman on the board.

    That is why I have them taking Mike Pouncey who demonstrates promise to be great at the pro game. 

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24. New Orleans Saints: Oregon State DT Stephen Paea

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    The New Orleans Saints will most likely look to add to their defense in order to make it on par with their offense.

    That is why I have them taking Stephen Paea who will form a formidable duo alongside former first-round pick Sedrick Ellis

    Don't be surprised if they go for Mark Ingram here, though.

    Stephen Paea (Sr.): 127 Tackles, 13 Sacks, 2 Forced Fumbles

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25. Seattle Seahawks: Maryland WR Torey Smith

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    After Matt Hasselbeck finished the season strong, got them into the playoffs, and led them to an upset victory over the defending Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints, I have to believe that they'll stick with him a while longer.

    Therefore, it's best that they target a different need. We've seen the Seahawks actively pursue top-tier wideouts in the past, and this is their opportunity to grab one here.

    Torrey Smith is both a high-character man and an extremely-talented football player. The Seahawks should be ecstatic to add both to their squad. 

    Torrey Smith (Jr.) Stats: 152 Receptions, 2,218 Yards, 19 Touchdowns

    Pick Changed; Previously Alabama WR Julio Jones

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26. Baltimore Ravens: Miami CB Brandon Harris

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    The Baltimore Ravens were exposed by big plays in their devastating playoff loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

    In fact, during the regular season they allowed 52 plays of 20-plus yards, which is the 10th most in the league. While their front seven is strong, their back end has been the Achilles Heel.

    That is why I have them taking Brandon Harris who is one of those rare cornerbacks who isn't shy of contact, which is ideal for the Ravens aggressive and physical defensive approach. 

    Brandon Harris (Jr.); 129 Tackles, 4 Interceptions, 3 Forced Fumbles

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27. Atlanta Falcons: UCLA FS Rahim Moore

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    The Atlanta Falcons were humiliated at home in the Divisional Round playoff game because of their porous pass defense as Aaron Rodgers shredded them for one of the best outings for a quarterback in postseason history.

    Through the year, as well, they ranked 22nd defending the pass. 

    That is why I have them taking Rahim Moore who will can become an enforcer down the middle of the field. 

    He's also been well documented as a ballhawk, and someone who possesses remarkable instincts.

    Rahim Moore (Jr.) Stats: 180 Tackles, 14 Interceptions

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28. New England Patriots: USC OT Tyron Smith

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    Tyron Smith is leaping up the draft boards due to his remarkable athleticism and frankly, I wouldn't be shocked to see him be one of the top offensive tackles off the board come April.

    At least for now, if he falls to them, the New England Patriots should be ecstatic. 

    They were beat by the New York Jets primarily due to the five sacks they registered on Brady. Throughout the game, the offensive line simply couldn't hold up and will need to address that concern.

    Recall, it was the offensive line that played such a detrimental role in their loss in Super Bowl XLIV.  

    That is why I have them taking Smith who can play tackle on either side and has the potential to be phenomenal. 

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29. New York Jets: Miami DE Allen Bailey

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    The New York Jets have very few, if any, holes which is why they just made their second-consecutive trip to the AFC Championship game.

    However, this time around, the issue preventing them from getting over the hump was their strange inability to stop the run.

    That is why I have them taking Allen Bailey who will be able to provide quality depth to their defensive line.

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30. Chicago Bears: Penn State OL Stefen Wisniewski

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    The Chicago Bears are absolutely horrendous on the offensive line and it should be a crime for them not to upgrade it with this pick.

    That is why I have them taking Wisiniewsk,i who I believe will be jumping up the draft board with the upcoming workouts and other events.

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Super Bowl Teams

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    I'll be waiting until after the Super Bowl when the official order will be finalized before I fully analyze these two selections. However, for now, this is who I'm going with. 

    29. Green Bay Packers: Alabama RB Mark Ingram

    The Packers have found a pleasant surprise in rookie running back James Starks, but it wouldn't hurt to add some depth in order to ensure that they provide a balanced attack and relieve Aaron Rodgers of some of the offensive burden. 

    32. Pittsburgh Steelers: Texas CB Aaron Williams

    The Steelers could get both younger and better at the cornerback position, which is why I believe they should address it here. 

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