Buccaneers Mock Draft 2.0 – 2 Rounds

Sorry for the delay between posts, as I have been out of town on vacation (I’m actually still in New Orleans!). Our resident draft guru John “JT” Crimmins has completed his 2nd mock draft of the year, this time, a full 2 rounder. Please enjoy.

Round 1

1. Rams – Sam Bradford QB

2. Lions – Kong Suh DT

3. Bucs – Gerald McCoy DT

4. Redskins – Russell Okung OT

5. Chiefs – Eric Berry S

6. Seahawks – Bryan Bulaga OT

7. Browns – Jimmy Clausen QB

8. Raiders – Bruce Campbell OT

9. Bills – Trent Williams OT

10. Jaguars – Earl Thomas CB/S

11. Broncos – Dan Williams DT

12. Dolphins – Dez Bryant WR

13. 49ers – Joe Haden CB

14. Seahawks – Derrick Morgan DE

15. Giants – Brian Price DT

16. Titans – Jason Pierre-Paul DE

17. 49ers – Brandon Graham OLB

18. Steelers – Anthony Davis OT

19. Falcons – Kyle Wilson CB

20. Texans – CJ Spiller RB

21. Bengals – Jermaine Gresham TE

22. Pats – Jared Odrick DT

23. Packers – Charles Brown OT

24. Eagles – Carlos Dunlap DE

25. Ravens – Rob Gronkowski TE

26. Cardinals – Rolando McClain ILB

27. Cowboys – Mike Iupati OG

28. Chargers – Ryan Mathews HB

29. Jets – Demaryius Thomas WR

30. Vikings – Kareem Jackson CB

31. Colts – Maurkice Pouncey OG

32. Saints – Sean Witherspoon OLB

Round 2

33. Rams – Arrelious Benn WR

34. Lions – Rodger Saffold OT

35. Bucs – Jahvid Best RB

36. Chiefs – Sergio Kindle OLB

37. Redskins – Jonathan Dwyer RB

38. Browns – Jerry Hughes OLB

39. Raiders – Taylor Mays S

40. Chargers – Terrence Cody DT

41. Bills – Koa Misi OLB

42. Bucs – Patrick Robinson CB

43. Dolphins – Ricky Sapp OLB

44. Pats – Damien Williams WR

45. Broncos – Nate Allen S

46. Giants – Brandon Spikes ILB

47. Pats – Devin Mcourty CB

48. Panthers – Brandon Lafell WR

49. 49ers – Jon Asamoah OG

50. Chiefs – Tony Washington OT

51. Texans – Perrish Cox CB

52. Steelers – Vladamir Ducasse OG

53. Pats – Eric Norwood OLB

54. Bengals – Everson Griffen DE

55. Eagles – Navorro Bowman OLB

56. Packers – Chris Cook CB

57. Ravens – Tyson Aluala DT

58. Cards – Aaron Hernandez TE

59. Cowboys – Mardy Gilyard WR

60. Seahawks – Golden Tate WR

61. Jets – Jason Worilds OLB

62. Vkings – Montario Hardesty RB

63. Colts – Geno Atkins DT

64. Saints – Lamarr Houston DT

Let’s just say, if we ended up with McCoy, Best and Robinson, I would be thrilled.  They fill 3 of the most glaring holes on our team, CB, DT and a gamebreaker on offense.  I will analyze this mock a little further when I return home from vacation.

Topics: 2010 NFL Draft

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  • BRB

    I’m sorry, but how do we pass on Taylor Mays, Devin McCourty, Everson Griffen, or Golden Tate in the second. Forgetting the fact that MAYBE McCourty will be the only on available for us.

  • Blackhawk 20

    What did you do? Pull the names out of a hat? Shut down your operations. I agree, if McCourty is available we run to the podium before 5 seconds tick off. Based on your assessment, all the good receivers are off the board except Tate. Wooten, Ducasse, Hughes and Tate are still available. Turn in your Mock Draft card for suggesting such nonscene.

  • http://PewterPlank Dustin

    I love how everyone loves to shut everyone elses Mock Drafts down. One of the most hilarious parts of doing them. A draft has never even turned out remotely similar to experts or fans mocks, hence the reason why doing them is fun in the first place.

  • JLCrimm

    I’m gonna hold onto my mock draft card, thank you very much. How exactly are you so sure of what The Bucs will do when their own front office probably doesnt know? The mock draft process has gotten silly lately with every man with internet access thinking they are an expert.
    Well I actually watched games and Mcourty looked soft as hell top me while P-Rob is the most talented corner in the draft IMHO, he simply had awful awful coaching at the college level and is lucky he’s as polished as he is, with superior coaching P-Rob has the ability to be the best corner in this draft, not to mention the Bucs could use some more Noles, something they had plenty of during the glory years.