Pewter Planks Final 2009 NFL Mock Draft

 

Team Pick
1 Detroit Lions
(0-16)
QB Matt Stafford, Georgia
2 St. Louis Rams
(2-14)
OT Jason Smith, Baylor
3 Kansas City Chiefs
(2-14)
OT Eugene Monroe, Virginia
4 Seattle Seahawks
(4-12)
QB Mark Sanchez, USC
5 Cleveland Browns
(4-12)
LB Aaron Curry, Wake Forest
6 Cincinnati Bengals
(4-11-1)
OT Andre Smith, Alabama
7 Oakland Raiders
(5-11)
WR Jeremy Maclin, Missouri
8 Jacksonville Jaguars
(5-11)
WR Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech
9 Green Bay Packers
(6-10)
DT BJ Raji, Boston College
10 San Francisco 49ers
(7-9)
CB Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State
11 Buffalo Bills
(7-9)
OT Michael Oher, Ole Miss
12 Denver Broncos
(8-8)
DE Tyson Jackson, LSU
13 Washington Redskins
(8-8)
DE/OLB Brian Orapko
14 New Orleans Saints
(8-8)
LB Brian Cushing, USC
15 Houston Texans
(8-8)


 

LB, Clay Matthews


16 San Diego Chargers
(8-8)
RB Beanie Wells, OSU
17 New York Jets
(9-7)
QB Josh Freeman, KSU
18 Denver Broncos
(9-7, Pick via Bears)
ILB Rey Maualuga, USC
19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(9-7)
CB Vontae Davis, Illinois
20 Detroit Lions
(9-7, Pick via Cowboys)
DT Peria Jerry, Ole Miss
21 Philadelphia Eagles
(9-6-1)
RB Knowshon Moreno, Georgia
22 Minnesota Vikings
(10-6)
G Phil Loadholt, Oklahoma
23 New England Patriots
(11-6)
DE Aaron Maybin, Penn State
24 Atlanta Falcons
(11-5)
DE Robert Ayers, Tennessee
25 Miami Dolphins
(11-5)
C/G Max Unger, Oregon
26 Baltimore Ravens
(11-5)
WR Darrius Heyward-Bey, Maryland
27 Indianapolis Colts
12-4)
WR Brian Robiskie, OSU
28 Buffalo Bills
(Pick via CAR, PHI)
DE Everette Brown, FSU
29 New York Giants
(12-4)
WR Kenny Britt, Rutgers
30 Tennessee Titans
(13-3)
WR Hakeem Nicks, UNC
31 Arizona Cardinals
(9-7)
RB LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh
32 Pittsburgh Steelers
(12-4)
C Alex Mack, Cal


Topics: 2009 NFL Mock Draft

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  • Mike J

    Nice mocker! I think Moreno will, in the event, go higher, though.
    Love the Bucs’ pick! Coach Morris will be able to work wonders with Davis. In the Tampa 2, you needed to take DTs early but could wait a bit on corners; in Bates’ scheme, it’s the opposite.