Mock Madness 3.0 Is Up

Posted by Mike Wobschall on March 31, 2010 – 7:02 am

For the 3rd straight year, is feeding off the hype of March Madness and doing a weekly feature called Mock Madness, which tracks the draft projections of several national football observers, such as Pat Kirwan of and both Mel Kiper, Jr. and Todd McShay of ESPN.

The feature began 2 weeks ago with Mock Madness 1.0 and continues this week, with added experts and projections.

To view Mock Madness 3.0, click here.

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16 Responses to “Mock Madness 3.0 Is Up”

  1. By "J. Ron" on Mar 31, 2010 | Reply

    Get McNabb!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. By Sherry on Mar 31, 2010 | Reply

    Glad to see everyone back… love ya Brett, we’ll make it to superbowl this season…we are all confident!!

  3. By justin on Mar 31, 2010 | Reply

    we need to take first round pick and third round pick,and trade up to take eric berry

  4. By JojoD on Mar 31, 2010 | Reply

    Justin – I agree some play on Berry would be a bold and exciting move.

  5. By Robin S. on Mar 31, 2010 | Reply

    We don’t want McNabb. He isn’t that good. He was even terrible in the Pro bowl. We want Brett! He is the greatest and our only chance to get to the Super Bowl. He has it all, the talent, the chemistry with our team, the strength, the knowledge. McNabb would not have survived the New Orleans game. Brett did. Brett is awesome! When you have the best you don’t go for anyone else. Brett come back please!

  6. By Raulr on Mar 31, 2010 | Reply

    Mike – can you confirm if the vikings are looking into this? it’s all over many other web pages! this is absurd, in a great way for this organization. the vikings need to step in and call this mans agent. o.j. atogwe + jamarca sanford what a great duo that would solve secondary problems + maybe chris cook in 2nd round.

  7. By Sniper84 on Apr 1, 2010 | Reply

    Colt McCoy impressive pro day. He has better than average arm strength and accuracy but not great. He’s got good feet, he’s tough, football smart, hard worker, naturally talented, A LEADER, and A WINNER. Hey VIKINGS…here’s your 1st Round guy!!! Perfect for having around and getting groomed by Favre until #4 decides to actually retire 1-3 years from now.

  8. By Robin S. on Apr 1, 2010 | Reply

    I would love for Tim Tebow to learn from Brett! He would be great with Percy Harvin again. They were a magnificent duo that couldn’t be stopped in Florida. First of all we need Brett back. The team that takes Tim Tebow will be very smart! He is a winner like Brett.

  9. By fmfan on Apr 2, 2010 | Reply

    Tebow should go to Ms. so Bret can teach him how to drive a tractor and cut grass..

  10. By Robin S. on Apr 2, 2010 | Reply

    fmfan… Brett is the greatest in the NFL and Tim Tebow was one of the best players in college. They are two awesome, respectable players. Tim Tebow will be a great NFL player. He just needs someone to learn from, like Rodgers did learn from Brett. It is amazing that Rodgers never, ever said a word about how nice it was to stand on the sideline and learn from the best. That was three years that Rodgers didn’t have to get clobbered on the field. I hope Brett comes back.

  11. By Big Chuck75 on Apr 3, 2010 | Reply

    We need Bret!!!! McNabb is not the answer.

  12. By Raul on Apr 3, 2010 | Reply

    What about Kevin Mawae? UFA that paved the way for CJ’s 2,000 yards. Remember that when AD rushed for 1,760 in his 2nd year this team had Matt Birk at center. Now that he’s with the Ravens he paved the way for Ray Rice. Also the Jets with Nick Mangold have a great run game.. We want a better run support/pass protecting O-Line and Favre to get hit less? You can’t do it without a veteran center. Kevin Mawae is the man. The time is now for the Vikings to win and you can’t go around drafting young players if you want to seize the moment and the Lombardi trophy. Oh and AD can be an “All Downs” back, we didn’t choose his talent at #7 overall for nothing.

  13. By Eric Dzwilewski on Apr 3, 2010 | Reply

    i think vikings need to address the d-fense. maybe kyle wilson or eric berry. i also think we should address the back up qb postion even though brett is here we need a back up cause our back ups just arent cutting it

  14. By Scotticus on Apr 4, 2010 | Reply

    Vikes should have kept Chester and traded AP. Chester was quicker, blocks 10 times better and doesn’t fumble 5 times a game! We could get a pro-bowl corner for him unless the other teams feel he is over rated as I do.

  15. By GOLDVIKE on Apr 5, 2010 | Reply

    TRADE A.P. ARE YOU CRAZY. Tiki Barber had the same problem until Coughlin taught him how to hold the ball high and tight!!!

  16. By justin on Apr 6, 2010 | Reply

    the great walter payton fumble over 30 times in is first 3 seasons,ap is still young and bull headed.vikings need to draft ERIC BERRY!!!!!!!!!!!!

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