1. Carolina Panthers - Blaine Gabbert QB
I see the Panthers making a costly, costly mistake and drafting a Bust of QB with their first overall pick. Shoulda gone with...
2. Denver Broncos - Patrick Peterson CB
Easily the best player in the draft IMO. The guy has the size of a safety and the speed of a corner. Not to mention he played man-to-man coverage through out most of his college career. This guy is the sure fire pick of the draft.
3. Buffalo Bills - AJ Green WR
The Bills cannot afford to take a risk on Cam Newton since they have been bad for waaaaay too long.
4. Cincinatti Bengals - Cam Newton QB
I see the Bengals making a dumb pick here, and selecting a raw, headcase, who doesn't have as much NFL caliber talent as everyone is saying.
5. Arizona Cardinals - Marcell Dareus DT
The first defensive lineman off the board in a draft that is stocked with them. The Cardinals improve the interior of their d-line since there is no one worth picking here.
6. Cleveland Browns - Julio Jones WR
The Browns need to improve their WR corp for the sake of both Colt McCoy and Peyton Hillis.
7. San Francisco 49ers - Prince Amukamara CB
The 49ers could use some help at CB. They would first look for a young QB to select, but there is honestly no one worth value here. They could wait til the second round and nab someone like Christian Ponder, Ryan Mallet, or Jake Locker.
8. Tennessee Titans - Vonn Miller DE
The Titans could go Nick Fairley here, but I think they see Miller as too much of a value pick at this position. Thus, I can't see them passing up Fairley.
9. Dallas Cowboys - Tyron Smith LT
I know the Cowboys have never selected an O-Lineman in the first round under Jerry Jones, but I cannot see them being that stubborn. I think they'll improve their old as balls OL with the best prospect on the board.
10. Washington Redskins - Nick Fairley DT
The Redskins can finally replace Albert Fatass Haynesworth with someone who is eager to play.
11. Houston Texans - DaQuan Bowers DE
The Texans are ecstatic that Bowers dropped this far. They add him to their d-line in hopes that him and Mario Williams will be a beastly combination for quite a few years.
12. Minnesota Vikings - JJ Watt DE
I could see the Vikings taking the Wisconsin boy. They would've had a great opportunity to scout him over the college season, and would likely have great access to him. Not to mention he is flying up the Boards anyways.
13. Detroit Lions - Gabe Carimi OT
People seem to love Carimi's work ethic, and motor. Plus, this is another guy the Lion's likely have a strong scouting report on. I see the two Wisconsin products going back to back.
14. St. Louis Rams - Corey Luiget DT
The Rams are apparently extremely interested in Luiget. Since both the WR's are gone, I can see them nabbing Luiget here.
15. Miami Dolphins - Mark Ingram RB
With what is available at this position, I cannot see the Dolphins doing much else. If one of the two QB's fell, then yes. However, I cannot see them reaching for a QB at this point. But, my money is on the Dolphins trading out of this pick, as long as there is a CBA.
16. Jacksonville Jaguars - Robert Quinn DE
The Jacksonville Jaguars almost always select a DE with their first pick (which is extraordinarily sad). Quinn drops far enough for the Jaguars to jump at the chance to nab him.
17. New England Patriots - Aldon Smith DE
The Patriots need help in the pass rush, which is why they select Smith. Why do the Patriots continue to get tons of picks in the draft? Despite their multitude of picks in rounds 1-3, they were awarded 4 compensatory picks, I believe I read an article which said that (gotta love fact checking).
18. San Diego Chargers - Brooks Reed DE
I just have a feeling that they will by-pass the other lineman and select Reed. He is moving up the charts fast, and had an amazing combine.
19. New York Giants - Nate Solder OT
The Giants need an olineman, and decide that this is the best value at their pick. Solder, IMO, will be a bust, but hey, I've been wrong MANY times before.
20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Cameron Jordan DE
The Bucs cannot believe Jordan drops to them, so they select him. I feel like the first round is 100% d-linemen.
21. Kansas City Chiefs - Phil Taylor DT
The Chiefs need a nose tackle, and Taylor can be that, sort of... However, the Chiefs are hard up to give Hali more help with the pass rush.
22. Indianapolis Colts - Anthony Castonzo OT
The Colts want to help Peyton Manning stay upright. That way, he won't throw as many picks. Somehow the media understands that this is what caused Manning's issues, but has yet to address the same issues in a fair light with Cutler. Biased much?
23. Philadelphia Eagles - Mike Pouncey OG/C
The Eagles need help on their o-line, so that way Vick can "look down field," as the commentators would have you believe he does, as opposed to taking off running. My guess is that Vick continues to be the same guy that cannot beat great defenses because he relies too much on his legs.
24. New Orleans Saints - Muhammad Wilkerson DT
The Saints land a nice 3-tech DT for their defense. They continue to improve their defense so that they can return to the Superbowl.
25. Seattle Seahawks - Jake Locker QB
The Seahawks surprise everyone by going with their hometown hero. They need a QB, he is projected to be a second round pick, but one QB always gets nabbed, and he played for Washington. Could this pick make any more sense?
26. Baltimore Ravens - Torrey Smith WR
The Ravens need a downfield threat to keep the defenses honest. They think they land that here, but I think they landed Troy Williamson part duex.
27. Atlanta Falcons - Ryan Kerrigan DE
Boy did he ever drop in my mock draft. Going from top 15 pick to late first round. However, the Falcons improve their pass rush by adding Kerrigan.
28. New England Patriots - Derek Sherod OT
The Patriots draft Matt Lyghts eventual replacement. The guy is getting old, and they need someone to take over at LT.
29. Chicago Bears - Cameron Jordan DE/DT
Let me just say I HATE HATE HATE this pick for the Bears. I have a lot of quality DE's dropping in this draft, but all the DT's being nabbed early. Further, there are almost no O-lineman in this part of the draft. I almost went with Jimmy Smith CB, simply because he was the best value in my opinion. But really? I cannot see us drafting that. Don't get me wrong, I think Jordan is an amazing talent. However, at 285 I'm not sure if he's big enough to play DT. If he can play DT, which I guess Tommie was only 10 lbs heavier, then I wouldn't be surprised if the Bears selected him.
30. New York Jets - Adrian Clayborne DE
The Jets need a good pass rushing DE. Last Year, Clayborn would have gone top 10, but he played bad this year. The Jets don't seem to care too much about character issues as they have Cromartie, Braylon Edwards, and Santonio Holmes. Thus, this seems to make sense to me.
31. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jimmy Smith CB
The Steelers could definitely use another corner. Especially if they want to stop the Patriots and Packers passing attacks. Smith falls to them here, and they don't hesitate.
32. Greenbay Packers - Benjamin Ijalana OG
Everyone talks as if the Packers have a great offensive line. They don't. They could take Houston here, but instead they go with Ijalana because they need to protect their investment. Rodgers had 2 concussions last year. And at the current rate, he will be on the cover of Madden, and we all know what happens then...
1 - Cameron Jordan DE/DT
2 - Orlando Franklin G/T
3 - Ras-I Dowling CB
4 - Austin Pettis WR
5 - Lee Ziemba G/T
6 - Alex Linnenkohl C
I will probably do a 3 round mock when Steve and Fodor do their mock drafts. Mine will be in the comments though and no explanations.