The first 10 rounds are officially in the books.
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Here is the Chinstrap Ninja Mock Draft Round 11 with analysis. We even have Spiderman drafted in this round (check the analysis for details).
11.01 Fred Taylor (sockonfl)
I know many are probably laughing at this pick. Truth is he could be the starter over Maroney in New England. I just wanted to get some insurance there since Maroney is my RB3 and Taylor is my RB4.
11.02 Eddie Royal, DEN (ep)
It’s the 11th round and I just picked a potential No. 1 receiver on a team whose No. 1 receiver was targeted 154 times last season. Another did you know: Kyle Orton attempted the sixth most passes in the NFL in 2009 and was in the top 10 in completions. … In his first season in a Josh McDaniels passing system.
11.03 Matthew Stafford (consigliere)
I will grab this quality backup here in case Matt Ryan stumbles. I think Stafford is going to really break out this year.
He has legit weapons and he has a few games against low caliber teams which could prove valuable for spot starts.
11.04 Chad Henne, MIA (krause)
That’s right, a third QB. Henne will be better in 2010. He finally has a legit #1 receiver with Brandon Marshall. Definitely glad to get this pick. I like having three QBs. you never know when you’ll need em. Three QBs also help in tiebreakers considering in most formats the more bench points gets the win.
11.05 Alex Smith (ryder)
Alex Smith is an upside sleeper QB option.
11.06 Steve Breaston – Cardinals (speedy)
Larry Fitzgerald is on the other side and either Early Doucet or Steve Breaston will be the beneficiary of course.
11.07 Tobey Maguire (jzak)
These other owners are idiots. Spiderman falling to the eleventh round? Who else in the player pool can zip around opponents, climb up the goal posts and sling web? … Can’t pick him, you say? Than I’ll take that other Toby guy. The one behind an Adrian Peterson that struggles to hold onto the ball in the red zone. The same Adrian Peterson who runs hard into defenders in a style that could dictate a long-term injury. Gerhart is majorly unproven and drafted here for upside … but then again, in the 11th round, what else can you draft for if not upside.
11.08 – Cincinnati defense (jay-mo)
Aside from missing out on Hines Ward, my draft plan has pretty much fallen into place rather nicely. This is the spot I wanted to land an impacting defense, so I’m going with Cincinnati. The Bengals had the fourth ranked overall defense last year. I know you can only weigh so much on what happened last year, but I like the fact this defense is rather young (so you’d expect positive development on top of a No. 4 overall performance) and they didn’t lose anyone of significance from this unit (from what I can gather).
I like the progression of Michael Johnson (DE/OLB as a sack specialist), a person I projected to be a draft bust, and Rey Maualuga (LB) as a ball hawk, who can turn a mistake into six points. Cincinnati also has one of the best cornerback tandems in Johnathan Joseph and Leon Hall. On top of that, I’m liking the focused play of Adam “Pacman” Jones, who we know will turn 2-3 punts and “make it rain” into touchdowns …
11.09 Steve Slaton (sockonfl)
Slaton makes sense here as he serves as my handcuff for Arian Foster. It puts my in the nice position of having the Houston running back in what figures to be a high powered offense in 2010.
11.10 Mike Bell (consigliere)
If McCoy goes down this is a great pick, not a whole lot left so ill grab this stash guy in case of injury.
11.11 — Minnesota Vikings defense (ep)
My No. 2 defense is still available? Second easiest pick of the draft for this team.
11.12 Bernard Scott (jzak)
Between Scott and Javon Ringer … two guys I love to take late in drafts this year based on upside alone. Scott is behind a Cedric Benson due to fall back to earth this year. Chris Johnson won’t do what he did last year, but I trust him more than Benson. So, Scott’s the pick.