This mock draft looks like someone that plays a little too much madden. All the picks just seem to make too much sense early on. Where's the flair?! It has all the terminology to back up each pick, yet the term "blue chip" felt the need to be part of almost every team's report. For some reason the Raider's pick had by by far the longest explanation. You could just hear the excitement in the author's voice. In San Francisco's scenario, the word here popped up showing ameture level proofreading; something that Katie Lach would not be proud of. Overall good mock draft by Richeyboy. I'm sure there were plenty of pepsi consumed during the process.
@raven66 i like bosa better but if cowboys take bosa since cowboys didn't resign greg then i want ravens trade down to get OLB noah in first round overall 21th-32th or higher overall second round. I mean first round 6th overall is too expensive for ravens, right? And ozzie love to get more draft picks, make sense to trade down to avoid bigger contract than get other DB bust like elam and brooks (yes i meant it if ravens draft ramsey or other cb in first round, they will be truly bust. Ravens fans sorry, i know ravens need cb/s but final 8 games they already get better. I support fs webb and cb wright now, focus on OLB!)
Now that the SuperBowl order is set the omission is complete. Well guys here is my comprehensive well researched draft lots of different views and perspective, 3 rounds is coming soon but for now enjoy my mock draft, inviting for any comments. "You heard it here 1st" Most accurate draft ever.
2009 Free Agency: Star rating is out of five. Age listing as of Sept. 1, 2009.
Jason Brown, Ravens. Age: 26. Signed with Rams (5 years, $37.5 million; $20 million guaranteed)
One of the top young centers in the NFL, Jason Brown will either be franchised or offered a huge contract this offseason.
Jeff Saturday, Colts. Age: 34. Re-signed with Colts (3 years)
When Jeff Saturday was out of the lineup this season, it was really evident how much Peyton Manning and the Colts offense missed him. Saturday's age is his only concern, but I think Kevin Mawae is working out fine for the Titans.
Matt Birk, Vikings. Age: 33. Signed with Ravens
Matt Birk is no longer the player he once was, but with so many teams having center problems around the NFL, he'll be an upgrade for someone in 2009.
Brad Meester, Jaguars. Age: 32. Re-signed with Jaguars (4 years)
Brad Meester is a quality center, but has injury issues; he has missed 11 games the past two seasons.
Geoff Hangartner, Panthers. Age: 27. Signed with Bills
One of the top backup centers in the NFL. Geoff Hangartner played very well in relief of an injured Ryan Kalil this season.
Jake Grove, Raiders. Age: 29. Signed with Dolphins (5 years, $29.5 million; $14 million guaranteed)
Effective... when he's actually in the lineup. In a five-year span, Grove has missed 24 games.
Grey Ruegamer, Seahawks. Age: 33.
A capable backup offensive lineman.
There's a reason the Chiefs will be targeting a center in the 2009 NFL Draft.
Eric Ghiaciuc, Chiefs. Age: 28. Signed with Chargers
Eric Ghiaciuc was a major liability for the Bengals in 2008. He'll sign on as a backup somewhere.
Duke Preston, Cowboys. Age: 27. Re-signed with Cowboys
In addition to sucking royally, Duke Preston ruined Buffalo's chances of kicking a field goal in the last seconds of the first half of the season finale because he started a fight with some of the Patriots defenders.
Melvin Fowler, Lions. Age: 30.
A poor center coming off shoulder surgery. The only positive Melvin Fowler brings to the table is starting experience (37 starts last three seasons). He'll be an OK backup somewhere.
Al Johnson, Patriots. Age: 30.
Nick Leckey, Saints. Age: 27. - Re-signed with Saints
Sean Mahan, Buccaneers. Age: 29.
Jeremy Newberry, Chargers. Age: 33. - Signed with Falcons (1 year)
Kory Lichtensteiger, Vikings. Age: 24.
Justin Geisinger, Panthers. Age: 27.
Lennie Friedman, Browns. Age: 33.
Brett Romberg, Rams. Age: 29. - Signed with Falcons
Ben Wilkerson, Falcons. Age: 26.
Chris White, Texans. Age: 26. - Re-signed with Texans
Donovan Raiola, Cardinals. Age: 26. - Signed with Bears