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New England Patriots' 2009 Mock Draft: Draft-Day Trade: v. 1.0

Andrew CahillSenior Analyst IMarch 19, 2009

 Patriot Pat says-


Everywhere you look, you'll see mock drafts, with each one showing different opinions on who is going to draft whom. 

The best part about these mock drafts is the discussions that follow. All the sports "gurus," if you will, come out of the wood work to tell someone just how wrong they are. 

"Oh, they will never pick him! You must not have been spying on Coach Blah Blah Blah for the past eight years!" 

Last year the Patriots struck gold with raw talent Jerod Mayo. Will they find another player like him, that can step up into a starting job their first year? 

They may, and with that said, here is my take on what the Patriots may do with their draft picks this year:

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Round 1: Traded to the Carolina Panthers for Julius Peppers.

Round 2: Traded to the Carolina Panthers for Julius Peppers.

Round 2: Traded to the Carolina Panthers for Julius Peppers.

Round 2: Traded to the Carolina Panthers for Julius Peppers.

Round 3: Traded to the Carolina Panthers for Julius Peppers.

Round 4: Traded to the Carolina Panthers for Julius Peppers.

Round 5: Traded to the Carolina Panthers for Julius Peppers.

Round 6: Traded to the Carolina Panthers for Julius Peppers.

Round 7: Traded to the Carolina Panthers for Julius Peppers.

Well, because, that is what it would take dreamers.


This article is just a stupid joke, for my real feelings about draft day, read "New England Patriots' 2009 Mock Draft: Draft-Day Trade: v. 2.0."

Andrew Cahill is a true Boston sports fan. Be sure to read his story, "Confessions of a Boston Sports Fan."

Also visit his website, "Patriot Pat's Patsies."

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