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brett1120


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 3:39 am    Post subject: GREAT 2 ROUND MOCK DRAFT-BETTER THAN MOST Reply with quote

ROUND 1

1. OAKLAND RAIDERS- Calvin Johnson (WR Georgia Tech)
Either Moss or Porter has to go for this to happen, which i think will. They pass on QB because they can pick up one of the top 5 in the second or even third round.

2. DETRIOT LIONS- Laron Landry (S LSU)
Is a real playmaker on a d that could certainly use as many as possible. Fits the scheme n can play half the field as required by Cover 2 safety. Plus he brings a leadership quality this team hasn't had for years.

3. CLEVELAND BROWNS- Jamarcus Russell (QB LSU)
The front office seems to love this guy and go after a franchise QB instead of taking a bigger need. He has plenty of threats on the outside to succeed, the problem is can he actually read NFL defenses, cuz he struggled in college.

4. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS- Gaines Adams (DE Clemson)
Gain a top pass rusher with loss of both starting ends departed from last year.

5.ARIZONA- Joe Thomas (OT Wisconsin)
The football gods look down on Arizona and throw them a bone or maybe two three or four with this pick. The way free agency has panned out they may be able to sit at 5 and get the one guy they really need.

6. WASHINGTON REDSKINS- Amobi Okoye (DT Louisville)
He may be the most talented player in the draft because he has more room to grow then the rest of the players. At 19, he has only been playing football since he was 12 and his body is still developing.

7. MINNESOTA VIKINGS- Brady Quinn (QB Notre Dame)
They have other holes to fill but none as important as a franchise QB. Childress is a offensive minded coach and needs a leader for his O that will take over games like Donovan did for him in Philly.

8. ATLANTA FALCONS- Adrian Peterson (RB Oklahoma)
They definately have more pressing needs but again this comes back to an offensive minded coach. DE and DB are desperately needed but Petrino cant pass on all that talent especially with Warrick Dunn aging.

9. MIAMI DOLPHINS-Levi Brown (OT Penn State)
Cam Cameron realized how important a starting LT is to not only the development of a QB but the ability to open up the running game, watching rookie Marcus McNeil lead the way Ladanian and company.

10. HOUSTON TEXANS- Leon Hall (DB Michigan)
They gave up way too many deep plays and he can play either CB or S. This would create an excellent tandem with him on the otherside of Dunta Robinson.

11. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS- Adam Carriker (DE Nebraska)
Their Dline needs a lot of help and he has the size to take on two blockers in the 3-4(Similar to Richard Seymour).

12.BUFFALO BILLS- Patrick Willis (ILB Ole Miss)
They gave up London Fletcher-Baker and rumor is Takeo wants to walk as well so their is a good possiblity they go with the best Linebacker on their board.

13. ST. LOUIS RAMS- Alan Branch (DT Michigan)
He gives them size up front forming a great line. Adddingn his size next to Laroi Glover will open up pass rushing lanes for anyone.

14. CAROLINA PANTHERS- Greg Olsen (TE Miami)
He wil stretch the middle of the field and may cure some of the double teams that Steve Smith looks at all game long.

15. PITTSBURGH STEELERS- Aaron Ross (DB Texas)
He has the physicallity to play up as a Cover 2 corner or the playmaking ability to step next Polumalu and hold his own.

16. GREEN BAY PACKERS- Marshawn Lynch (RB Cal)
This young offense adds a real playmaker, as Ahman Green gets his walking papers. Lynch has huge play ability and could really open up the passing game for Driver and Jennings.

17. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS- Reggie Nelson (S Florida)
He fills the hole that Deon Grant's departure left. He is a natural playmaker who will learn on the job next to Donavin Darius.

18. CINNCINATI BENGALS- Paul Posluzny (LB Penn State)
Their backer core is in shambles releasing the only reliable starter they had in the offseason. They also need players high in character and football smarts. Pos has both and could become the leader of the struggling D.

19. TENESSEE TITANS- Darrelle Revis (CB Pittsburgh)
Pacman is out for the year and who knows if the elder Nick Harper will able to transition out of Cover 2 mode, which he is better suited for. It is a deep WR draft so the look to their next biggest need.

20. NY GIANTS- Lawrence Timmons (LB Florida State)
It is very simple, they don't have any trust worth non-injury prone linebackers on the roster. After the Levar expierment failed, they need athletes to cover from sideline to sideline.

21. DENVER BRONCOS- Jamaal Anderson (DE Arkansas)
The have no true pass rushers on the roster as it is now. He could bring an instant upgrade and will start right away.

22. DALLAS COWBOYS- Dwayne Jarrett (WR USC)
Both recievers are over 30 and in the downfall of their career. Plus TO has a shaky finger (HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA) to have multiple surgeries over the offseason, so he might not be ready for beginning of the season.

23. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS- Joe Staley (OT Central Michigan)
In the same boat as the Titans with a deep WR draft so they move to the O-line which has aged very quickly over the past couple of years.

24. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS-Chris Houston (CB Arkansas)
Fills a need and they may get the best overall corner in the draft. This may been even more vital if Asante Samuel walks. Plus that 40 time looks amazing.

25. NY JETS- Ted Ginn Jr. (WR Ohio State)
He may be the most exciting player in the draft and will certainly upgrade the return game. No pressure to preform right away on offense with Jerricho Cotchery's rise and the consistent play from Coles.

26. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES- Michael Griffin (S Texas)
With no major needs, he gives them someone to play alongside Dawkins and eventually take his spot as the field general. S is a vital position for the Jim Johnson D because he moves them around everywhere so depth and athleticsim is definately needed.

27. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS- Justin Harrell (DT Tennessee)
will tremendously help the run D, and their starters from last year really overacheived both having career type years.

28. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS- Jarvis Moss (DE/OLB Florida)
Hybrid type backer that will fit right in with the Pats. Gives them youth to a backer unit that doesn't have a starter under 30.

29. BALTIMORE RAVENS- Ryan Kalil (C USC)
Best center in draft and best available player based on the Ravens needs. Great pick for a rebuilding line.

30. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS- Robert Meachem (WR Tennessee)
They need a deep threat across from the bigger and physical Vincent Jackson and Antonio Gates.

31. CHICAGO BEARS- Dwayne Bowe (WR LSU)
They need to focus on the offensive side of the ball early and he is a big target for Rex. He will eventually take Mushin Muhammed's spot but will help in the passing game right away.

32. INDIANNAPOLIS COLTS- John Beason (LB Miami)
Athletic backer making a good fit for the Cover 2 scheme. Could step in right away with the loss of Cato June.

ROUND 2

33. OAKLAND RAIDERS- Ben Grubbs (OG Auburn)
Has proven to be the top guard and will instantly help their pourous O-line.

34. DETROIT LIONS- Trent Edwards (QB Stanford)
Pass on both top Qb's in the first round so they better hope he pans out.

35. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS- Tank Tyler (DT NC State)
They look up to build up their D line which has been completely dismantled from their super bowl team.

36. CLEVELAND BROWNS- Eric Wright (CB UNLV)
They need some depth especially with Gary Baxter's injuries and he will be a great corner in a year or two.

37. ARIZONA CARDINALS- Tank Tyler (DT NC State)
He will fill up the middle and create a great tandem with the undersized Darnell Dockett.

38.CHICAGO BEARS- Tony Ugoh (OT Arkansas)
Could play either guard or tackle so gives depth to an aging O-line. Also, keeps the focus on the offensive side of the ball.

39. MINNESOTA VIKINGS- Steve Smith (WR USC)
Take a reciever to make up for draft bust Troy Williamson and medicore veterans.

40. ATLANTA FALSCONS- Arron Sears (OL Tennessee)
Their o-line is probably going to get an over haul and he is a good start able to play guard or tackle.

41. MIAMI DOLPHINS- Brandon Merriweather (S Miami)
Has all the tools as the rest of those Miami Safeties but has one issue with that brawl so he slips but is a huge steal.

42. ATLANTA FALCONS- Lamar Woodley (DE Michigan)
They need someone to fill Kerney's spot or maybe Abraham's when he gets hurt.

43. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS- Sidney Rice (WR South Carolina)
Raw reciever with size and a lot of playmaking talent that Alex Smith could use to expand his game.

44. BUFFALO BILLS-Antonio Pittman (RB Ohio State)
They seem destined to take a RB in the second round with no viable option at all.

45. ST. LOUIS RAMS- Justin Blalock (OL Texas)
Needed depth along the older offensive line. He will eventually start either at guard or tackle.

46. CAROLINA PANTHERS- David Harris (LB Michigan)
Their depth has reallly taken a huge beating over the past two years and who knows if Dan Morgan can play again. This is a good insurance policy or could be moved outside.

47. PITTSBURGH STEELERS- Michael Bush (RB Louisville)
Big bruishing back Steelers accoustumed to. Will help spell fast Willie and give a goaline/short yardage back.

48. GREEN BAY PACKERS- Anthony Gonzalez (WR Ohio State)
They are just trying to put as much talent around Farve as possible to make a run in the playoffs.

49. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS-Brandon Siler (LB Florida)
Give depth to decent core and will eventually take Mike Peterson's spot in the middle.

50. CINNCINATI BENGALS- Turk McBride (DT Tennessee)
Big body to play along side Sam Adams and hopefully help stop the run.

51. TENNESEE TITANS- Craig Davis (WR LSU)
May be just as good as Bowe without the hype. Gives VY a new fav target.

52. NY GIANTS- Marshal Yanda (OT Iowa)
They loss Pettigout to Tampa and have no real replacement.

53. DENVER BRONCOS- Eric Weddle (S Utah)
Lynch is getting old and they need players to feed off of their talented corner tandem.

54. DALLAS COWBOYS- Tanard Jackson (DB Syracuse)
Adds depth to all DB's with his versatility and may even start depending on how well Ken Hamlin can come back.

55. KANSAS CITY- Josh Wilson (CB Maryland)
They starters are extremely old and need youth to give them some rest while they still can be productive.

56. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS- Joshua Beekman (OG BC)
They always seem to produce NFL linemen and this is just another who may fill the void left by Hutchinson's departure.

57. NY JETS- Brandon Mebane (DT Cal)
Addition to D-line that will give depth at both end and NT.

58. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES- Brian Leonard (RB Rutgers)
Versatile FB who can block and catch out of the backfield. Will also be very useful as the big back they deperately need to get those short yardage conversions.

59. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS- Aaron Rouse (S Viriginia Tech)
They need someone that is going to stay healthy and he has the size to be a real intimidator in their secondary when Harrison hangs it up.

60. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS- Marcus McCauley (CB Fresno State)
They need a lot of help on D and the next step is to find someone to cover across from Mike Mckenzie.

61. BALTIMORE RAVENS- Drew Stanton (QB Michigan St)
They have other needs but none that pressing to take a chance on a possible replacement for McNair because Boller isnt going to do it.

62. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS- Buster Davis (LB Florida)
Both middle backers are over thirty and in the downfall of their career. This also gives depth which will keep the front seven more rested.

63. NY JETS-Zach Miller (TE Arizona)
Opens up the middle and creates a very exciting offense for a younger core of play makers.

64. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS- Daymeione Hughes (CB Cal)
His lack of speed good ball instincts is made for the Cover 2 and both their starters are over 30.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 3:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ind has no 2rd pick my bucks have it
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 3:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Falcons would take Adams with the 10th pick because of Abrahams injury concerns, Kerneys contract situation, and BPA.

And because our first round WRs didn't pan out, we should draft one at the top of the 2nd? Brilliant idea!
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 3:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

excellent 9ers draft. if adams is there at 11 i'd gladly take him in a heartbeat. pretty good 2nd round. If the 9ers address the corner position in FA then i can see Weddle with this pick.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 3:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Michael Griffin is a much better pick for the Eagles.
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18. CINNCINATI BENGALS- Tank Tyler (DT N.C. State)
Just another big body to play next to Sam Adams and hopefully help with their run D.


Bleh reach and bengals dont need DT enough to reach,Bengals have someone to play next to Sam his name is Domata Peko...They need someone to play next to Domata Peko in the future ala why been more after later rnd DT pick.

2nd rnd tim duckworth or what ever.
-Very bleh pick,Bengals will let steinbach walk because they drafted andrew whitworth last year to replace him till big willie retires 3-4 years from now...if bengals did take a guard I would want Manuel Ramirez to be future replacement for bobbie williams I just dont see it happening though.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 8:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

browns r not gonna pass on both thomas and peterson when our offense is by far the bigger problem..not a bad idea though but it would have to come from a trade down
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 9:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jets have Redskins second round pick
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i think the Jets will take Woodley over Jarvis moss and i doubt theu take Pittman. If anything they will take Michael Bush. c+ jets draft, it wouldve been higher if u would've remembered to give them their 2nd pick and drafted someone besides pittman, like Brian Leonard
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Jamaal Anderson is about 30 pounds lighter then Richard Seymour. Seymour measures in at about 310, Anderson at about 280. He doesn't have the strength to play tackle in a 4-3, or end in a 3-4.
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What makes you think the Jets draft at 24? They were 10-6, Seattle was 9-7, just cause Seattle won a plyoff game and the Jets lost does not move them ahead of the Seattle pick. Also the Pats pick before San Diego and the Saints (28).

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I like the two Vikings picks a lot. That should take some of the pressure off our running game and help in the development of Jackson.
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1. OAKLAND RAIDERS- Jamarcus Russell (QB LSU)

Great pick..
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33. OAKLAND RAIDERS- Michael Bush (RB Louisville)

Joe Stayley here.. have to protect Jam Russ.... could play either LT or RT depends where Gallery is..
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 11:25 am    Post subject: Re: 2 ROUND MOCK WITH EXPLANATIONS-I THINK BETTER THAN MOST Reply with quote

brett1120 wrote:
ROUND 1
15. PITTSBURGH STEELERS- Darrelle Revis(CB Pittsburgh)
Most say they don't have a glaring need but they must not have watched Ike Taylor last year. Washington is getting old as well, so i think cornerback is a huge need. Plus, where did he play his college ball?


Hmmm... who is Washington, only Washington we have is a young WR?
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1st: The Browns and Bucs will rotate picks each round. If Tampa has the 3rd pick in the first then the Browns will have the 3rd pick in the second and so on.

2nd: 3 or 4 is WAY too high for Jammal Anderson. Besides if we went D-Line we would most likely trade down and get Branch who is also not worth a 3 or 4 pick.

If the Browns stay at 3 or 4 they will take Thomas or Peterson and no offense to all those people that like peterson but our line is the major problem. Getting Peterson would be a mistake when you still have no line around him.
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