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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 10:54 pm    Post subject: The 2007 Offseason: 2 RD. Mock w/ Pics (Better Then ESPN's) Reply with quote

OFFSEASON:

Free Agency:

Team Total Cap Room
1 Green Bay Packers $67,000,000 $35,000,000

2 Minnesota Vikings $71,100,000 $30,900,000

3 Arizona Cardinals $73,100,000 $28,900,000

4 Cleveland Browns $74,900,000 $27,100,000

5 Philadelphia Eagles $75,900,000 $26,100,000

6 San Diego Chargers $77,400,000 $24,600,000

7 Jacksonville Jaguars $78,600,000 $23,400,000

8 Dallas Cowboys $79,400,000 $22,600,000

9 St. Louis Rams $79,900,000 $22,100,000

10 New Orleans Saints $81,800,000 $20,200,000

11 San Francisco 49ers $81,800,000 $20,200,000

12 Detroit Lions $84,300,000 $17,700,000

13 Seattle Seahawks $84,700,000 $17,300,000

14 New England Patriots $85,100,000 $16,900,000

15 Cincinnati Bengals $85,400,000 $16,600,000

16 Chicago Bears $87,100,000 $14,900,000

17 Buffalo Bills $87,900,000 $14,100,000

18 New York Jets $88,000,000 $14,000,000

19 Houston Texans $89,300,000 $12,700,000

20 Atlanta Falcons $89,800,000 $12,200,000

21 Denver Broncos $91,100,000 $10,900,000

22 Baltimore Ravens $91,400,000 $10,600,000

23 Carolina Panthers $91,600,000 $10,400,000

24 New York Giants $92,100,000 $9,900,000

25 Kansas City Chiefs $94,700,000 $7,300,000

26 Miami Dolphins $95,700,000 $6,300,000

27 Tennessee Titans $95,800,000 $6,200,000

28 Pittsburgh Steelers $95,900,000 $6,100,000

29 Tampa Bay Buccaneers $96,900,000 $5,100,000

30 Oakland Raiders $101,347,000 $653,000

31 Washington Redskins $106,900,000 $-4,900,000

32 Indianapolis Colts $107,900,000 $-5,900,000


QB's :
Jeff Garcia: Re-signs with eagles
Damon Huard: Re-signs with chiefs
Jake Plummer(released by Broncos): Panthers

RB's :
T.J. Duckett: Steelers
Ahman Green: Re-signs with Packers

WR's :
Drew Bennett: Chargers
Kevin Curtis: Lions
Donte' Stallworth: Re-signs with Eagles
Bobby Wade: Jaguars

O-Linemen :
Leonard Davis: Re-signs with Cardnals
Cosey Coleman: Dolphins
Derrick Dockery: Vikings
Max Starks: Lions
Mike Gandy: Re-signs with Bills
Cooper Carlisle: Jaguars
Eric Steinbach: Browns
Floyd Womack: Cowboys
Shaun O'Hara: Re-signs with Giants

DE's :
Patrick Kerney: Rams
Charles Grant: Re-signs with Saints
Vonnie Holliday: Colts
Justin Smith: Saints
Dwight Freeney: 49ers
Jared Allen: Re-signs with Chiefs

DT's :
Cory Redding: Bengals
Terdell Sands: Re-signs with Raiders
Tommy Kelly: Re-signs with Raiders
Ian Scott: Chiefs

LB's :
Lance Briggs: Eagles
Adalius Thomas:Re-signs with Ravens
London Fletcher: Lions
Kawika Mitchell: Vikings
Cato June: Saints
Na'il Diggs: Cardinals
Rob Morris: Re-signs with Colts

CB's :
Nate Clements: Packers
Asante Samuel: Re-signs with Patriots
Tory James: Giants
Jordan Babineaux: Chiefs
Nick Harper: Bengals

Safeties :
Michael Lewis: Panthers
Ken Hamlin: Re-signs with Seahawks
Deon Grant: 49ers
Gibril Wilson: Re-signs with Giants

Kickers/Punters :
Josh Brown: Re-signs with Seahawks
Rian Lindell: Re-signs with Bills
Josh Scobee: Re-signs with Jaguars
Lawrence Tynes: Re-signs with Chiefs
Michael Koenen: Re-signs with Falcons
Matt Turk: Re-signs with Rams

Notable Retirements:

Brett Farve: Packers
Jonathan Odgen: Ravens

Trades:

Browns trade their 1st round pick for the Vikings 1st and 2nd round pick, and 08’ 3rd round pick.

Jaguars trade Byron Leftwich to the Texans for their 2nd round pick.

Chargers trade Michael Turner to the Giants for their 2nd round pick.
DRAFT

First Round:

1. Oakland Raiders: JaMarcus Russell, QB, LSU
NFL Comparison: Daunte Cullpepper
Analysis: A big quarterback at 6’6’’ 260lb. would have a immediate impact on the raider’s offense, and would restore the vertical passing game that Al Davis loves so much.



2. Detroit Lions: Brady Quinn, QB, ND
NFL Comparison: Carson Palmer
Analysis: A bit of a surprise pick, Brady Quinn would most likely sit his first year behind John Kitna, then in 2008 he’d step in and become the franchise quarterback.



3. Minnesota Vikings: Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech
NFL Comparison: Randy Moss
Analysis probably will have one of the biggest impacts on a team, no doubt the best player in the draft, and will become the leading receiver in the NFL.



4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson
NFL Comparison: Simeon Rice
Analysis: The Buccaneers are a defensive minded team and will most likely look to pick Gaines Adams to replace the aging Simeon Rice, if they lose the coin toss.



5. Arizona Cardinals: Joe Thomas, OT, Wisconsin
NFL Comparison: Walter Jones
Analysis: A quick lineman, who could contribute immediately, and help Edgerrin James get to his next pro bowl.



6. Washington Redskins: Jamaal Anderson, DE, Arkansas
NFL Comparison: Julius Peppers
Analysis: The redskins need to work on their defense, if they plan on being a playoff contender, and there is no better way but to pick one of the best defensive players in the draft.



7. Cleveland Browns: Adrian Peterson, RB, Oklahoma
NFL Comparison: Frank Gore
Analysis: A big back with power and brake away speed, will become the brown’s number one guy.



8. Houston Texans: Alan Branch, DT, Michigan
NFL Comparison: Marcus Stroud
Analysis: With Alan Branch’s quickness and strength and Mario Williams speed and moves could make for one of the best and youngest defensive lines in the NFL.



9. Miami Dolphins: Dwayne Jarrett, WR, USC
NFL Comparison: Reggie Wayne
Analysis: A big receiver that has great hands and ability to go up and snatch the ball out of the air, although lacks elite speed and bulk, will give a big target for Daunte and the Dolphins.



10. Atlanta Falcons: Laron Landry, S, LSU
NFL Comparison: Brian Dawkins
Analysis; Could help out with one of the league’s up and coming secondary.



11. San Francisco 49ers: Leon Hall, CB, Michigan
NFL Comparison: Asante Samuel
Analysis: A fast CB who is good in coverage and physical against the run.



12. Buffalo Bills: Patrick Willis,LB, Ole Miss.
NFL Comparison: D.J. Williams
Analysis: A shifty linebacker who could help buffalo become a playoff contender, and restore the old run stopping defense they used to be



13. St. Louis Rams: Lawrence Timmons, LB, FSU
NFL Comparison: Bart Scott
Analysis: In my opinion the Rams were one of the top 5 NFC teams, and with their premier running game and lethal passing attack. Adding one of the best LB will make for a complete team.



14. Carolina Panthers: Paul Pozluszny, LB, Penn State
NFL Comparison: Marcus Washington
Analysis: A good well rounded player who could step in and start right away.



15. Pittsburg Steelers: Lamar Woodley, DE/LB, Michigan
NFL Comparison: Shawn Merrimen
Analysis: Pick would add depth to an already good defense, and would give the Steelers a player to experiment
With, who could play in any package.



16. Green Bay Packers: Marshawn Lynch, RB, Cal
NFL Comparison: Tiki Barber
Analysis: Green Bay needs to restore their running game in order to have a successful passing attack, and Marshawn is a proven runner. Plus when you add the poplar one two punch with your two RBs then the Packers would become a more dangerous team.



17. Jacksonville Jaguars: Reggie Nelson, S, Florida
NFL Comparison: Ed Reed
Analysis: a good tackler and cover safety who is underrated and good enough to come in and start right away.



18. Cincinnati Bengals: Amobi Okoye, DT, Louisville
NFL Comparison: Tommie Harris
Analysis: with Sam Adams most likely gone the bengals could get an adequate run stopping and pass rushing DT
out of Okoye.



19. Tennessee Titans: Leon Hall, CB,Michigan
NFL Comparison: Asante Samuel
Analysis: With Titans offense basically set, they would most likely go corner to make their defense more complete by drafting a big physical CB who can either drop back in coverage or come up and play the run better then any corner in this draft..



20. New York Giants: Ted Ginn Jr., WR, Ohio St.
NFL Comparison: Mark Clayton
Analysis: The giants need another target for Eli Manning to through to and they could get a deep threat out of Ted
Ginn Jr. to help spread out the field and open up other targets.



21. Denver Broncos: Jarvis Moss, DE, Florida
NFL Comparison: Alex Brown
Analysis: With the loss of Trevor Pryce last year the broncos Defensive line hasn’t been the same and now is the time to help upgrade that with a young Jarvis Moss.



22. New England Patriots: Daymeion Hughes, CB, Cal
NFL Comparison: Tory James
Analysis: With the chance of the patriots loosing Asante Samuel, they pick up a good young corner who has good technique and cover skills.



23. Dallas Cowboys: Justin Blalock, OG, Texas
NFL Comparison: Shawn Andrews
Analysis:The cowboys could use a big lineman who is versatile, and could play anywhere on the line.



24. Kansas City Chiefs: Sidney Rice, WR, South Carolina
NFL Comparison: Roy Williams
Analysis: the chiefs need some they can put out wide and spread the field with and that’s exactly what they get out of Sidney Rice, great fit.



25. New York Jets: Adam Carriker, DE, Nebraska
NFL Comparison: Shaun Ellis
Analysis: A big strong DE who could team up well with Shaun Ellis and really bring the blitz.



26. Philadelphia Eagles: Michael Griffin, S, Texas
NFL Comparison: Darren Sharper
Analysis: With the big disappointment out of Michael Lewis Griffin could jump right in and make an immediate impact.



27. New Orleans Saints: Marcus McCauley, CB, Fresno St.
NFL Comparison: Dunta Robinson
Analysis: Would help out right away with a secondary that is really falling behind.



28. New England Patriots: Robert Meachem, WR, Tennessee
NFL Comparison: Chris Chambers
Analysis: A good size reciever who has good hands, and the speed to be a deep threat down the field.



29. Baltimore Ravens: Michael Bush, RB, Louisville
NFL Comparison: Steven jackson
Analysis: The ravens will likly lose Jamal Lewis this offseason so they look to replace him with a younger more agile back.



30. San Diego Chargers: Arron Sears, OG, Tennessee
NFL Comparison: Brian Walters
Analysis: With the possability of the chargers loosing Kris Dielman, they pick up a great guard, who would add depth to a good line. WR is also a big need but with the depth at WR this year, they would likley look to draft one in a later round.



31. Chicago Bears: Levi Brown, OT, Penn. St.
NFL Comparison: Jordan Gross
Analysis: The Bears need a lineman who can step in and help protect Rex and help Thomas Jones run the ball and Levi Brown can do just that.



32. Indianapolis Colts: Buster Davis, MLB, Florida St.
NFL Comparison: Ray Lewis
Analysis: The colts need someone who is physical and can stop the run and Buster Davis was born to do just that.



Round 2:

33. Oakland Raiders: Joe Staley, OT

34. Detroit Lions: Quentin Moses, DE

35. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Demarcus Tyler, DT

36. Cleveland Browns: Tony Ugoh, OT

37. Arizona Cardinals: Brandon Merriweather, S

38. New York Jets: Dwayne Bowe,WR

39. Clevland Browns: Quinn Pitcock, DT

40. Houston Texans: Rufus Alexander, LB

41. Miami Dolphins: Josh Beekman, OG

42. Atlanta Falcons: Anthony Spencer, DE

43. San Fransisco 49ers: H.B. Blades, LB

44. Buffalo Bills: Greg Olsen, TE

45. St. Louis Rams: Victor Abiamiri, DE

46. Carolina Panther: Eric Weddle, S

47. Pittsburg Steelers: Ben Grubbs, OG

48. Green Bay Packers: Anthony Gonzalez, WR

49. Jacksonville Jaguars: Earl Everett, LB

50. Cincinnati Bengals: Ryan Harris, OT

51. Tennessee Titans: Tenard Jackson, CB

52. San Diego Chargers: Chris Houston, CB

53. Denver Broncos: Aaron Rouse, S

54. Seattle Seahawks: Manuel Ramirez, OG

55. Dallas Cowboys: Steve Smith, WR

56. Kansas City Chiefs: Marshal Yanda, OT

57. New York Jets: Brian Leonard, FB

58. Philadelphia Eagles: Brandon Siler, LB

59. New Orleans Saints: Zack Miller, TE

60. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Justin Harrell, DT

61. Baltimore Ravens: Troy Smith, QB

62. San Diego Chargers: Johnnie Lee Higgins, WR

63. Chicago Bears: Doug Datish, C

64. New England Patriots: Michael Johnson, S

Thanks for looking at my mock and tell me what you think i did wrong.[/b]


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 10:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for looking at my mock, and tell me what you think i did wrong!
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 10:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

CB in both rounds? That's not going to happen. We already have one of the best CBs in the league in Pacman, we just need one more on the other side of the field.

Something is wrong with those cap numbers....
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great 1st round pick. Horrible 2nd round pick. We don't need a WR, especially not on the 1st day unless one of the top ones really falls. Spencer, Beekman, Abiamiri would be better picks. Better picks would be NT, OG, pass rusher, RT, CB.

Also, I seriously doubt Jamal Lewis is worth a 2nd rounder. Alexander and James couldn't even get that. We might be able to get Turner for a 2nd round pick, why would we go after Lewis instead?
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

well as far as the browns go, you did everything right. i think jared gaither will go in the first 2 rounds, and i would like to have him instead of tony ugoh, but aside from that, this is pretty much an ideal situation for cleveland. i also think the browns will get 2 top tier free agents, not just one. we'll probably get a good corner to go with our OG that we almost have to pick up.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That would be the perfect Eagles off season. I would cry tears of joy if it happened.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

good job on browns...
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gang_Green03 wrote:
Great 1st round pick. Horrible 2nd round pick. We don't need a WR, especially not on the 1st day unless one of the top ones really falls. Spencer, Beekman, Abiamiri would be better picks. Better picks would be NT, OG, pass rusher, RT, CB.

Also, I seriously doubt Jamal Lewis is worth a 2nd rounder. Alexander and James couldn't even get that. We might be able to get Turner for a 2nd round pick, why would we go after Lewis instead?
oh sorry I ment to delete that
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm starting to think that cap room by team thing you found is off. I know for a fact the Titans have a lot to spend in the offseason and this is the cap I keep seeing rather than the one you have, the one you've found is not taking to consideration after contracts end.

PROJECTED CAP ROOM

1/San Francisco/$42.1M

2/Buffalo/$39.7M

3/Arizona/$36.7M

4/Tennessee/$36M

5/Cleveland/$33.3M

6/Minnesota/$32.4M

7 (tie)/Jacksonville/$32M

7/St. Louis/$32M

9/New England/$30.4M

10/Cincinnati/$30.2M

11/New Orleans/$29.9M

12/Green Bay/$29.5M

13/New York Jets/$26.1M

14/San Diego/$24.6M

15/Tampa Bay/$24.2

16/Detroit/$23.8M

17/Chicago/$23.4M

18/Seattle/$22.5M

19/Dallas/$21.5M

20/Miami/$17.8M

21/New York Giants/$15.7M

22/Oakland/$14.1M

23/Houston/$13.3

24/Atlanta/$10M

25/Philadelphia/$12.4M

26/Denver/$7.6M

27/Kansas City/$7M

28/Baltimore/$5.7M

29/Indianapolis/$4.9M

30/Carolina/$3.4M

31/Washington/$951,000

32/Pittsburgh/$150,000

http://mvn.com/nfl-titans/2007/01/12/good-news-bad-news-loom-for-2007/
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great Eagles picks but Lance Briggs is unrealistic the Eagles have 12-15 million in cap not 26.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bjrohr wrote:
well as far as the browns go, you did everything right. i think jared gaither will go in the first 2 rounds, and i would like to have him instead of tony ugoh, but aside from that, this is pretty much an ideal situation for cleveland. i also think the browns will get 2 top tier free agents, not just one. we'll probably get a good corner to go with our OG that we almost have to pick up.
Jarred Gaither didnt declare
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I've figured it out!

Those are the 2006 salary cap numbers. http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2349505
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Question.... What postions will Dwight Freeney and Simeon Rice play in the 3-4 at San Fran... If OLB what happens to Manny Lawson??? And Dwight is still very suspect vs the run and very unproven in coverage.

Arizona will spend big $$$ on FA the bidwells figured it out that big Money Fa lead to big ticket sales and big ticket slaes means more $$$ via merchandice and food.

We Wont Re-Sign BIg, he will be a veery overpriced OG and he won't be retained for the salary he will demand, Tagging himis Possible.

The Cards will likely put very big $$$$ on one or two of;

Smith, Freeney, Kerney, Briggs, Thomas, June, Sameua, Clements, Hamlin.

Nice Draft for the Cards, Merri is going to be a huge steal in the 2nd for someone, he is passionate on the Football feild, leading to helmet throwing. His passion can be harnessd into a top 5 FS in the League adn the top S Duo in the NFL.
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Great Vikings signing in Dockery. Wre pretty set a LB except for some depth on the 2nd day of the draft, so, I doubt we would go after Mitchell. With that kind of cap room a DE might also be an option.
Perfect Vikings pick and great trade.
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yea dude, you must be looking at old cap information. the bucs have like 25 million. this in effect makes your free agency section off not only for the bucs, but for other teams as well

that sucks, 'cause it looks like you put alot of work into this, and now you have to re-do the free agents
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