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In Season Mock Draft, V 1.0

Written by Curt Popejoy on 09/15/2009

In case anyone asks, I will change my draft order week 4, and every 4 weeks. The players will be the main changes during the season.

1.Cleveland Browns - Arrelious Benn WR Illinois
I suppose finding another target for Quinn is the way to go. Honestly, if Cleveland ends up picking this high, they need to trade back.

2.St Louis Rams - Jevan Sneed QB Ole. Miss
At some point, this team has to upgrade under center and Sneed is a great prospect.

3.Detroit Lions - Carlos Dunlap DE Florida

This kid looks to be a huge climber on triangle numbers and will be hard to pass up.

4.Oakland Raiders - Taylor Mays S USC

Al Davis loves his freakish athletes and Mays is the most freakish of the bunch.

5. Kansas City Chiefs - Russell Okung OT Oklahoma State

Okung would make a great bookend for Branden Albert or allow him to move inside to guard.

6. Denver Broncos - Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska

Dominant defensive force in the middle of the line.

7. Jacksonville Jaguars - Eric Berry S Tennessee
-Sort of a best player avaliable pick for a team with lots of needs. Berry is a playmaker.

8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Terrance Cody DT Alabama

The Bucs seem to be putting the pieces in place on offense but their defense is another story. Cody is a wall of a man, to keep lineman off linebackers.

9. Washington Redskins - Trent Williams OT Oklahoma

I considered a QB here or even a linebacker, but Williams is too good to pass up at this point.

10. San Fransisco 49ers - Trevard Lindley CB Kentucky

Top Cb is always an interesting debate and for me, Lindley was one of the best in the nation last year so he gets the nod for me. He's very physical and Singletary will love that.

11. Buffalo Bills - Jimmy Clausen QB Notre Dame

If Clausen can continue to develop, he could end up right here in the first round. The Bills will probably be needing a new QB after Jauron is fired.

12. Cincinnati Bengals - Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma State

I am not sure if Bryant fits this team, because of his lack of arrest record, but no doubt he's a playmaker.

13. Seattle Seahawks - Joe Haden CB Florida

Another BPA pick. This team seems to be solid while not spectacular all over the field. Wouldn't rule out a WR here too.

14. Dallas Cowboys - Rolando McClain ILB Alabama

The strength of a 3-4 is it's linebackers, and McClain in the middle of that group would be scary good.

15. New York Jets - Damian Williams WR USC

Former teammates re-united and it's gonna feel so good.

16. Miami Dolphins - Arthur Jones DT Syracuse

Dolphins still looking to fill holes along that dline and Jones is a very underrated playmaker.

17. Arizona Cardinals - Ras-I Dowling CB Virginia

Another team without a glaring weakness and can stand to just snatch up an amazing athlete.

18. New Orleans Saints - Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma

If McCoy falls this far, the Saints will be doing cartwheels in the war room.

19. Houston Texans- C.J. Spiller RB Clemson

I'm not a Steve Slaton fan, so I think the Texans would be wise to upgrade here.

20. Atlanta Falcons - Jerry Hughes DE/LB TCU

John Abraham can't play forever so getting his replacement now would be huge.

21. Green Bay Packers - Bryan Bulaga OT Iowa

Bulaga will probably end up going higher but the Packers would be excited to see him here.

22. New England Patriots - Sean Weatherspoon LB Missouri

Spoon might be the best player in the country no one has ever heard of, and would add youth and athleticism to a re-building defense.

23. Minnesota Vikings - Colt McCoy QB Texas

Don't put me in the McCoy is going to be a great pro camp, but someone will take a shot on him, and Favre will probably retire again after this season.

24. San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina)- Charles Brown OT USC

The Niners need players all over the field, but upgrading the offensive line has to be a must.

25. Philadelphia Eagles - Brandon Graham DE Michigan

Graham probably isn't a need position but Reid loves drafting defensive line, and Graham is an amazing athlete.

26. Seattle (from Chicago through Denver) - Sergio Kindle LB/DE Texas

Seattle has an amazing group of linebackers but adding a pure edge rusher line Kindle, would be huge. He opposite Aaron Curry on passing downs would be a scary combo.

27. Tennessee Titans - Greg Hardy DE Mississippi

Another team needing to upgrade their defensive line. Hardy may be a little overrated here, but he seems to be getting a lot of pub.

28. Baltimore Ravens -Donovan Warren CB Michigan

The Ravens need to get younger on defense and it seems Ray Lewis will play until he's 60 so the look to their secondary.

29. San Diego Chargers -Micah Johnson ILB Kentucky

Isn't it about time the Chargers made an effort to upgrade the middle of that linebacking corp?

30. Indianapolis Colts - Brandon Spikes LB Florida

Come combine time, Spikes could fly up draft boards but for now, he's a super steal for a team always looking to get stouter on defense.

31. New York Giants - Jermaine Cunningham DE Florida

The rich get richer. No WR worth this pick, so they go with yes another amazing defensive end.

32. Pittsburgh Steelers - Anthony Davis OT Rutgers

The Steelers have been able to win in spite of their offensive line, but this year, they take a serious step toward improving it.

Last Edited: 09/15/2009

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