Blitz reader NFL mock draft: Vote for the Saints' pick

April 25, 2011|By Matt Vensel

Every time I put out one of my mock drafts, readers tell me they think things would play out differently (chances are we'll both end up being wrong). Well, now you get a chance to play GM in my first-ever reader NFL mock draft.

Here's how it works. I'll post a daily poll where you can vote to decide what the team that's on the clock should do with its pick. To keep it simple, I'll give you five options for each pick. If you think I missed somebody, let me know in the comments section. We'll do this every day until we get to the Ravens' pick the week of the draft.

Based on your votes, Colorado cornerback Jimmy Smith went 23rd to the Eagles yesterday.

Today, New Orleans is on the clock at pick No. 24. The Saints are a wild card when it comes to what they might do in the first round. They could draft a defensive lineman or a linebacker. Or they could add a talented offensive lineman. There's no clear answer.

The Seahawks are on the clock tomorrow.

Here's how the draft has played out so far:

1. Panthers: Missouri QB Blaine Gabbert

2. Broncos: Alabama DL Marcell Dareus

3. Bills: Auburn QB Cam Newton

4. Bengals: Georgia WR A.J. Green

5. Cardinals: LSU CB Patrick Peterson

6. Browns: Texas A&M LB Von Miller

7. 49ers: Nebraska CB Prince Amukamara

8. Titans: Auburn DT Nick Fairley

9. Cowboys: USC OT Tyron Smith

10. Redskins: Alabama WR Julio Jones

11. Texas: North Carolina DE Robert Quinn

12. Vikings: Washington QB Jake Locker

13. Lions: Clemson DE Da'Quan Bowers

14. Rams: Illinois DT Corey Liuget

15. Dolphins: Arkansas QB Ryan Mallett

16. Jaguars: Wisconsin DE J.J. Watt

17. Patriots: Alabama RB Mark Ingram

18. Chargers: California DE Cameron Jordan

19. Giants: Boston College OT Anthony Castonzo

20. Buccaneers: Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan

21. Chiefs: Missouri DE Aldon Smith

22. Colts: Wisconsin OT Gabe Carimi

23. Eagles: Colorado CB Jimmy Smith

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