Early Two-Round Mock for 2009 NFL Draft
This mock draft is assuming Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow, Colt McCoy, Knowhson Moreno and Matt Stafford stay in school for next season.
*Asterisk indicates another team is expected to own the same record.
1. *Detroit Lions: Michael Oher, OT
Detroit needs a Quarterback, but no Quarterback can be good against a horrible Offensive Line. Michael Oher can play guard or tackle. In seven games this season, Detroit has surrendered 25 sacks and has the second worst rushing game in the NFL. If the lions do not take an Offensive Lineman look for them to take a Quarterback.
2. *Kansas City Chiefs: Sam Bradford, QB
It's never good when you have to have Tyler Thigpen as your starting Quarterback. Sam Bradford reminds me of Matt Ryan. They are both 6'4, have a very accurate pass, and can throw the deep ball very well. Tyler Thigpen has had one good game so far, If he keeps having a solid season, look for the Chiefs to go for an Inside Linebacker.
3. Cincinnati Bengals: Eugene Monroe, OT
This is very simple math. The Bengals have given up 28 sacks in 8 games, allowed only 3.4 yards per carry and the starting left tackle is almost 30 years old. They need help on the Offensive line because once Carson Palmer comes back they will be better.
4. Oakland Raiders: Michael Crabtree, WR
Oakland is a very young team, the have JaMarcus Russell at Quarterback and McFadden at Running back. But who do they have at Wide Receiver? Their leading receiver is Tight End Zack Miller and next is 30 year-old Javon Walker who only has 12 catches this season. The Raiders need a Wide Receiver, and Crabtree is the best one available.
5. Seattle Seahawks: Andre Smith, OT
6. Houston Texans: Malcolm Jenkins, CB
7. San Fransisco 49ers: Taylor Mays, S
8. *Miami Dolphins: Vontae Davis, CB
9. *Minnesota Vikings: Mike Mickens CB
10. St. Louis Rams: Ciron Black, OT
11. Cleveland Browns: Chris Wells, RB
12. Baltimore Ravens: Jeremy Maclin, WR
13. San Diego Chargers: Alex Boone, OT
14. New England Patriots: James Laurinaitis, ILB
15. New Orleans Saints: Brian Cushing, OLB
16. Green Bay Packers: Michael Johnson, DE
17. New York Jets: Rey Maualuga, ILB
18. Indianapolis Colts: Fili Moala, DT
19. Arizona Cardinals:LeSean McCoy, RB
20. Washington Redskins: Joe Burnett, CB
21. Philadelphia Eagles (From Carolina): William Moore, S
22. Chicago Bears: Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR
23. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Percy Harvin, WR
24. Atlanta Falcons: Myron Rolle, S
25. Buffalo Bills: Alex Mack, C
26. Philadelphia Eagles: George Selvie, DE
27. Pittsburgh Steelers: Duke Robinson, OG
28. Detroit Lions (From Dallas): Tyson Jackson, DE
29. Denver Broncos: Brandon Spikes, ILB
30. Jacksonville Jaguars: Sen’Derrick Marks, DT
31. New York Giants: Gerald McRath, OLB
32. Tennessee Titans: Juaquin Iglesias, WR
1. Kansas City Chiefs: Darry Beckwith, ILB
2. Detroit Lions: D.J. Moore, CB
3. Cincinnati Bengals: Greg Hardy, DE
4. Oakland Raiders: Adam Ulatoski, OT
5. Seattle Seahawks: Brandon LaFell, WR
6. Houston Texans: Brandon Tate, WR
7. San Fransisco 49ers: Greg Middleton, DE
8. Minnesota Vikings: Nathan Brown, QB
(Surprising pick, but Nathan Brown has 21 touchdowns and one interception this season, including a three-touchdown performance against Tulsa. He's perfect for the West Coast Offense, too.)
9. Miami Dolphins: Jeff Owens, DT
10. St. Louis Rams: Darius Butler, CB
11. Cleveland Browns: Alphonso Smith, CB
12. Baltimore Ravens: Victor Harris, CB
13. New England Patriots: Kam Chancellor, SS
14. New England Patriots: Brian Orakpo, DE
15. New York Giants: Maurice Evans, DE
16. Green Bay Packers: DeMarcus Granger, DT
17. New York Jets: Javon Ringer, RB
18. Indianapolis Colts: Kenny Britt, WR
19. Arizona Cardinals: Xavier Fulton, OT
20. Miami Dolphins: Derek Pegues, FS
21. Carolina Panthers: Louis Murphy, WR
22. Chicago Bears: Herman Johnson, OG
23. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Cody Brown, DE
24. Atlanta Falcons: Vince Oghobaase, DT
25. Buffalo Bills: Auston English, DE
26. Philadelphia Eagles: Jermaine Gresham, TE
27. Pittsburgh Steelers: Kevin Barnes, CB
28. Dallas Cowboys: Trevard Lindley, CB
29. Denver Broncos: Patrick Chung, SS
30. Jacksonville Jaguars: Kraig Urbik, OG
31. New York Giants: Michael Hamlin, SS
32. Tennessee Titans: Tyrone McKenzie, OLB
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