April 21, 2010

Competition Submissions

Ok everyone this is the post for the competition submission of your mock drafts. You have up to the start of the draft that is 7:30 est of draft day to submit. Any submission after that will not be accepted. You can submit as much as you want in the comments but it will be your LAST submission that I take. So one entry per person. Also if you update multiple times can you delete the older comments, it will just make it easier for me.

Well that is it, good luck and have fun ~ Aussie Out!

Recap of the rules and notes:

The first part is as follows, for each team in the 1st round you need to pick the player that you think that team will pick. Now we are not going to worry about what position that pick is. For example 11th Broncos McClain, we are not worried about the 11th position but the player that is picked. So if you think the Broncos will pick McClain put down Broncos McClain. You need to pick the player that will go to that team. For each correct pick you will get a point.

The second part is you need to pick the draft of the Broncos. Now this could be a little hard. You can pick the draft as it is with the current picks. Or if you want predict the trades you think that will happen, for example Scheffler still needs to move. If you pick the right player with a pick from a trade that could be the difference between winning and losing. Correct picks of players and in the right ROUND will give you 1 point. Correct pick of player but in the wrong round will only be half a point. The blogger with the most points from both parts will win the title of Broncos Blog Draft Guru (BBDG)!

Changes and Updates will be allowed leading up to the draft. But the day before draft the submission will be closed and no updates or changes will be accepted. I will post up the winner on here with an analysis of the points for each blogger that participate. Also some digression will be taken when marking picks so as to be as fair as possible.

I will get the last mock draft submitted by each person and use that to give you points. As grandmaster of the competition I will get to make that decision so try to be clear and I will be as fair as possible. Each person's results will be able to be view though so you can see the results I will post them up for every one.

And the winner is the most points in total from the 2 parts if you didn't get that.

Also was thinking, if you are game enough predict a trade for a player. I am feeling the Broncos trade a 5th to the Pats for adalius thomas. I Haven't put that in my mock but I am thinking about it. If you are game to do as such and you are right I will award that person 2 points.

To make this easier I will award points on the player. If you think we will get Thomas for example put him down. I will not take into account what pick is traded for him. If you guess the correct player two points, but you have to be game and it could change your mock draft completely. Good Luck.

This is an Example not official:

1st. Jared Odrick (shocker)
1st. Maurkice Pouncey (trade a 2nd and a 3rd, 45 and one from the moving back trade, and maybe Scheffler, feeling Cincinnati)
2nd. Terrance Cody (trade next years first)
2nd. Toby Gerhart (at 43)
3rd. Sean Lee
4th. Danario Alexander
5th. Trade for Adalius Thomas
6th. Erik Cook
7th. Trinidon Holliday

I don't mind if your part 1 and part 2 don't line up. But if you get it right in one and wrong in the other you will have to live with that.

Do I get extra points for consecutive picks right? As for the extra points, the answer is no. One pick, one point. But if you say something like, trade back into the 25 range for someone. If that player and team is right 1 point and they do take him at 25, I may award another half a point.

Well do it as long as I can understand what has happened then it shouldn't be a problem.


  1. St. Louis - Sam Bradford
    Detroit - Russell Okung
    Tampa Bay - Ndamukong Suh
    Washington - Trent Williams
    Kansas City - Bryan Bulaga
    Seattle - Gerald McCoy
    Cleveland - Eric Berry
    Oakland - Mike Iupati
    Buffalo - Jimmy Clausen
    Jacksonville - Derrick Morgan
    Denver - Jared Odrick
    Miami - Dan Williams
    San Francisco - Joe Haden
    Seattle - Dez Bryant
    New York Giants - Rolando McClain
    Tennessee - Jason Pierre-Paul
    San Francisco - C.J. Spiller
    Pittsburgh - Taylor Mays
    Atlanta - Brandon Graham
    Houston - Earl Thomas
    Cincinnati - Jermaine Gresham
    New England – Tim Tebow
    Green Bay - Charles Brown
    Philadelphia - Devin McCourty
    Baltimore - Kyle Wilson
    Arizona -Demaryius Thomas
    Dallas - Bruce Campbell
    San Diego - Ryan Mathews
    New York Jets - Sergio Kindle
    Minnesota - Brian Price
    Indianapolis - Rodger Saffold
    New Orleans - Sean Weatherspoon
    Broncos - Maurkice Pouncey (will trade back in with one of these later round guys)

    1st. Jared Odrick (trade down get a 3rd)
    1st. Maurkice Pouncey (trade back in with a 2nd and 3rd pick, to about the 25 range)
    2nd. Terrance Cody (trade next year’s first, 38ish)
    2nd. Toby Gerhart (at 43)
    3rd. Sean Lee
    4th. Danario Alexander
    5th. John Skelton (from Scheffler trade)
    6th. Erik Cook
    7th. Trinidon Holliday (trade pick/player to get back in only if this player is available)

  2. Sorry Aussie. Dont agree with trading next years first. The way i see it, we already screwed up by trading this years first or we would be in a super position. And this year, its anyones guess how good we will do.

    1st. ILB McClain (McD spoke HIGHLY of him)
    1st. C Maurkice Pouncey (miami 2nd this year and next year)
    2nd. NT Terrance Cody (If available if not, some other DL)
    3rd. CB Akwasi Owusu Ansah (Ball hawk and ace returner)
    4th. Danario Alexander (Marshall 2.0, without the questions)
    5th. RB Charles Scott (Big power back with impressive burst and game speed)
    6th. Dont care as long as my first 6 come true lol

    pipe dream, I know. but would be a awesome draft in my book if we could get these g uys lol

    Just my take on things. Have a good one broncos country

  3. 1. St. Louis: Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma
    2. Detroit: Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska
    3. Tampa Bay: Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma
    4. Washington: Russel Okung, OT, Oklahoma St.
    5. Kansas City: Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa
    6. Seattle: Eric Berry, S, Tennessee
    7. Cleveland: Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame
    8. Oakland: Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma
    9. Buffalo: Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers
    10. Miami: Brandon Graham, OLB, Michigan
    11. Denver: Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma St.
    12. Jacksonville: Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, South Florida
    13. San Francisco: Joe Haden, CB, Florida
    14. Seattle: Charles Brown, OT, USC
    15. New York Giants: CJ Spiller, RB, Clemson
    16. San Francisco: Sergio Kindle, OLB, Texas
    17. Tennessee: Rolando McClain, MLB, Alabama
    18. Pittsburgh: Mike Iupati, OG ,Idaho
    19. Atlanta:Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech
    20. Houston: Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise St.
    21. Cincinnati: Taylor Mays, S, USC
    22. New England: Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee
    23. Green Bay: Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland
    24. Philadelphia: Sean Witherspoon, MLB, Missouri
    25. Baltimore: Earl Thomas, S, Texas
    26. Arizona: Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma
    27. Dallas: Terrence Cody, DT, Alabama
    28. San Diego: Jahvid Best, RB, California
    29. New York Jets: Golden Tate, WR, Notre Dame
    30. Minnesota: Brian Price, DT, UCLA
    31. Indianapolis: Everson Griffin, DE, USC
    32. New Orleans: Ricky Sapp, DE, Clemson

    1st. Dez Bryant
    2nd. Tim Tebow
    2nd. Toby Gerhart
    3rd. Myron Rolle
    4th. Danario Alexander
    5th. Dexter Mccluster
    6th. Stephan Virgil

  4. St. Lous- Sam Bradford
    Detroit - Ndamukong Suh
    Tampa Bay – Gerald McCoy
    Washington – Russell Okung
    Kansas City – Bryan Bulaga
    Seattle – Trent Williams
    Cleveland - Eric Berry
    Oakland – Anthony Davis
    Buffalo - Jimmy Clausen
    Jacksonville – Rolando McClain
    Denver – Dez Bryant
    Miami – Dan Williams
    San Francisco - Joe Haden
    Seattle – C.J Spiller
    New York Giants – Sean Weatherspoon
    Tennessee - Jason Pierre-Paul
    San Francisco –Mike Iupati
    Pittsburgh –Kyle Wilson
    Atlanta – Brandon Graham
    Houston – Ryan Matthews
    Cincinnati – Earl Thomas
    New England – Jared Odrick
    Green Bay - Charles Brown
    Philadelphia – Maurkice Pouncey
    Baltimore – Jermaine Gresham
    Arizona – Derrick Morgan
    Dallas – Taylor Mays
    San Diego – Terrance Cody
    New York Jets – Sergio Kindle
    Minnesota – Kareem Jackson
    Indianapolis – Rodger Saffold
    New Orleans- Everson Griffen
    Broncos- (trade in bottom of first to get Tebow)

    Part 2

    1st. Dez Bryant
    1st. Tim Tebow (Surprise! Trade next yrs 1st to get in the bottom of 1st this year)
    2nd. Tyson Alualu
    2nd. Dexter McCluster
    3rd. Matt Tennant
    4th. Jordan Shipley
    5th. Alterraun Verner
    6th. Joe Hawley

  5. St. Louis - Sam Bradford
    Detroit - Ndamukong Suh
    Tampa Bay - Gerald McCoy
    Washington - Russell Okung
    Kansas City - Bryan Bulaga
    Seattle - Dez Bryant
    Cleveland - Eric Berry
    Oakland - Bruce Campbell
    Buffalo - Jimmy Clausen
    Jacksonville - Jasom Pierre-Paul
    Denver - Rolando McClain
    Miami - Derrick Morgan
    San Francisco - Joe Haden
    Seattle - Trent Williams
    New York Giants - Dan Williams
    Tennessee - Maurkice Pouncey
    San Francisco - Anthony Davis
    Pittsburgh - Terrence Cody
    Atlanta - Brandon Graham
    Houston - C.J. Spiller
    Cincinnati - Taylor Mays
    New England - Jermaine Gresham
    Green Bay - Charles Brown
    Philadelphia - Kyle Wilson
    Baltimore - Sean Weatherspoon
    Arizona -Demaryius Thomas
    Dallas - Mike Iupati
    San Diego - Ryan Mathews
    New York Jets - Jared Odrick
    Minnesota - Patrick Robinson
    Indianapolis - Rodger Saffold
    New Orleans - Everson Griffen

    Part 2
    1st. Trade to Cincinatti and our 6th for their first round pick and 2nd.
    2nd. Trade Miami's 2nd and a 4th next year for #37
    #21: Seam Weatherspoon
    #37: Tim Tebow
    #43: Toby Gerhart
    #45: J.D. Walton
    #54: Mardy Gilyard
    #80: Donovan Warren
    #114: Jordan Shipley
    #215: Sergio Render

  6. 1 St. Louis Rams-Sam Bradford
    2 Detroit Lions-Russell Okung
    3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Ndamukong Suh
    4 Washington Redskins-Trent Williams
    5 Kansas City Chiefs-Trade SF-SF takes Jimmy Clausen
    6 Seattle Seahawks-Gerald McCoy
    7 Cleveland Browns-Eric Berry
    8 Oakland Raiders-Derrick Morgan
    9 Buffalo Bills-Dan Williams
    10 Jacksonville Jaguars-CJ Spiller
    11 Denver Broncos (from Chicago)-Rolando McClain
    12 Miami Dolphins-Trade Phil.-Earl Thomas
    13 San Francisco 49ers-Traded to KC KC takes Dez Bryant
    14 Seattle Seahawks (from Denver)-Bryan Bulaga
    15 New York Giants-Maurkice Pouncey
    16 Tennessee Titans-Jason Pierre-Paul
    17 San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina)-KC's 2nd pick from SF-Sean Weatherspoon
    18 Pittsburgh Steelers-Mike Iupati
    19 Atlanta Falcons-Brandon Graham
    20 Houston Texans-Kyle Wilson
    21 Cincinnati Bengals-Taylor Mays
    22 New England Patriots-Jared Odrick
    23 Green Bay Packers-Anthony Davis
    24 Philadelphia Eagles-Traded to Miami- Miami takes Jerry Hughes
    25 Baltimore Ravens- Sergio Kindle
    26 Arizona Cardinals-Devin McCourty
    27 Dallas Cowboys-Bruce Campbell
    28 San Diego Chargers-Ryan Mathews
    29 New York Jets- Everson Griffen
    30 Minnesota Vikings-Brian Price
    31 Indianapolis Colts-Charles Brown
    32 New Orleans Saints-Carlos Dunlap

    1st-Rolando McClain
    2nd-Damian Williams
    2nd-Vladimir Ducasse
    3rd-Montario Hardesty
    4th-Matt Tennant
    5th-Alterraun Verner
    6th-Armanti Edwards