2009 NFL Mock Draft 2.0 - Updated March 15

# Team Pick
1 Detroit Lions
Matt Stafford, QB – Georgia – They need so much, and though this is probably the wrong pick to make.  That said, it makes it all that more likely that this will be their pick.
2 St. Louis Rams
Jason Smith, OT – Baylor – The releasing of Orlando Pace leaves a big hole to be filled (pun intended).
3 Kansas City Chiefs
Aaron Curry, OLB – Wake Forest – The Chiefs go with the “safe” pick to improve a non-existent D.
4 Seattle Seahawks
Brian Orakpo, DE – Texas – The Seahawks got their wide-receiver via free agency, so they focus their attention on the defense now.
5 Cleveland Browns
Michael Crabtree, WR - Texas Tech – With Joey J gone and Donte Stallworth facing legal woes, respectively, the team really needs a second wide-out.
6 Cincinnati Bengals
Eugene Monroe, OT – Virginia – The Bengals have one of the worst lines, and this pick would be a step in the right direction.
7 Oakland Raiders
Jeremy Maclin, WR – Misouri – Al Davis loves speedy wide-receivers and this kid fits that bill to a tee.
8 Jacksonville Jaguars
Michael Oher, OT – Mississippi – The analysts on their website like him, plus they need some youth upfront.
9 Green Bay Packers
Malcolm Jenkins, CB – Ohio State – The Packers have an aging secondary, Jenkins provides just the answer.
10 San Francisco 49ers
Brian Cushing, OLB – Southern Cal – The tag-team of Manny Lawson and Cushing would put the 49ers near the top of LB talent.
11 Buffalo Bills
Brandon Pettigrew, TE – Oklahoma State – A bit of a reach here, but the Bills haven’t had a good tight-end in some years, this would put the offense over the top.
12 Denver Broncos
B.J. Raji, DT – Boston College – The Broncos have a trend of taking Browns retreads on the d-line, this may be a move in a different direction.
13 Washington Redskins
Aaron Maybin, DE – Penn State – The Redskins added Albert Haynsworth at DT, but let Jason Taylor go, and that opens up a spot that needs to be filled.
14 New Orleans Saints
Vonte Davis, CB – Illinois – No matter who they bring in to address the the secondary they fail to live up to expectations, Davis can end that trend.
15 Houston Texans
Louis Delmas, S – Western Michigan – The Texans have no secondary help at all, and Delmas is the best safety in a weak class.
16 San Diego Chargers
Rey Maualuga, ILB – Southern Cal – Merriman and Phillips are stud OLB, who have been lacking a stub ILB to complement them.
17 New York Jets
Mark Sanchez, QB – Southern Cal – With Brett Farve retiring the Jets have no one to run the offense.
18 Chicago Bears
Percy Harvin, WR – Florida – Devin Hester and Brandon Lloyd are all they have, and Hester is more effective in limited action.
19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Everette Brown, LB – Florida State – The Bucs get lucky and find Brown this late to help fill the huge holes at linebacker.
20 Detroit Lions
(9-7, Pick via Cowboys)
Andre Smith, OT – Alabama – Smith’s combine nightmares are the Lions dream come true, franchise QB and OT in the same draft.
21 Philadelphia Eagles
Knowshon Moreno, RB – Georgia – Buckhalter is out and Westbrook is always nicked up, you do the math.
22 Minnesota Vikings
Alphonso Smith, CB – Wake Forest – Besides Winfield the rest of the corner-backs are less than ideal.
23 New England Patriots
Clay Mathews, OLB – Southern Cal – Mathews has a long linage of football greatness in his blood and I’m pretty sure that the Pats would welcome the addition
24 Atlanta Falcons
Tyson Jackson, DE – LSU -The Falcons need some presence on the d-line, coupled with the aging John Abraham, they could prove to be a chore for o-lines next season.
25 Miami Dolphins
Clint Sintim, OLB – Virginia – The ‘Phins are in need of some young linebackers to fit their 3-4 style on D.
26 Baltimore Ravens
Larry English, DE/OLB – Northern Illinois – The Ravens have found some steals in their history, and it just so happens they need some linebacker help this season.
27 Indianapolis Colts
Peria Jerry, DT – Ole Miss – The Colts have lost a ton of help on the interior d-line and it was shown in this past season, everyone ran on them.
28 Philadelphia Eagles
(12-4; Pick via CAR)
D.J. Moore, CB – Vanderbilt – The Eagles need some secondary help, ASAP.
29 New York Giants
Hakeem Nicks, WR – North Carolina – When your star wide-out is facing gun charges you may want to start finding his replacement.
30 Tennessee Titans
Evander Hood, DT – Missouri – The departure of Albert Haynesworth will be a major blow unless they address the need.
31 Arizona Cardinals
Chris “Bennie” Wells, RB – Ohio State – The Edge wants out and plus they always draft running-backs every year.
32 Pittsburgh Steelers
Eben Britton, OT – Arizona – It’s easier to get into the Steelers backfield than it is Sam’s Club.  Maybe the Steelers will address that fact.

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