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JAust1441


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 9:14 pm    Post subject: 2nd Try at 2007......Leave Feedback! Reply with quote

1. Oakland- JaMarcus Russell, QB LSU
His physical tools translate well to the NFL, and with the vertical passing game already installed Kiffin won't have much trouble fitting him in, seeing as he did all that at LSU. Little raw, but potential is high.

2. Detroit- Brady Quinn, QB ND
Detroit needs a lot of help, but if they don't have a franchise quarterback to be field general, what good is all that other help? Millen takes the smart, consensus pick.

3. Cleveland- Adrian Peterson, RB OKLA
The leading rusher for Cleveland last season had 715 yards (Charlie Frye was a far second which tells you something). Peterson is BPA at this slot, although the injuries may drop him.

4. Tampa Bay- Calvin Johnson, WR GT
Best player in the entire draft in my eyes, and also the best player in some previous drafts. His height and speed are amazing, and will be a quick contributor to the Gradkowski Gang.

5. Arizona- Joe Thomas, OT WISC
What do the Steelers do? Run. Wisenhunt will need a much better line if he wants to do that in Arizona. Also, he will need protection for Linehart. Thomas is this year's Ferguson and has a lot of talent.

6. Washington- Gaines Adams, DE CLEM
The Redskins as a secondary got six interceptions and gave up numerous amounts of passing TDs. Adams puts pressure on and helps the young secondary stay afloat.

7. Minnesota- Dwayne Jarrett, WR USC
Tavaris Jackson seems to be the one for the Vikings, so why not surround him with talent? Jarrett's toughness is in question, but seems like a good fit for a team that is somewhat solid on defense.

8. Houston- LaRon Landry, S LSU
Landry is the best safety on the board right now, and Houston will benefit from having a ballhawk like Landry in the backfield to help a struggling secondary.

9. Miami- Alan Branch, DT MICH
Jason Taylor, being the best defensive player in the league this year, is going to draw a lot of attention. A great defensive tackle alongside him would help free him up a little, and Branch is the best DT on the board at this point.

10. Atlanta- Reggie Nelson, S FLA
Milloy isn't getting any younger and Crocker may need some work to play the FS spot. Also, a lack of depth makes this an easy pick. Nelson is a great, fast safety that will fit into the Falcons D well.

11. San Francisco- Darrelle Revis, CB PITT
Ted Ginn is a really sexy pick here imo, but they have a lot of weapons on offense now that Frank Gore is amazing. It's time to work on the defense in the Bay.

12. Buffalo- Justin Blalock, G TEX
Gandy will be a free agent and there is not much depth at the guard spot for the Bills. They need a person to anchor the line and block for McGahee and Losman. Other needs can be picked up later.

13. St. Louis- Patrick Willis, LB MISS
Coakley is getting old and Chillar is not up to his full potential yet, so the Rams pick up Willis and he wins Defensive Rookie of the Year, because I feel he is going to have a huge season.

14. Carolina- Paul Posluszny, LB PSU
Safety is a need for Carolina, but all the best ones are taken. So, that being said, Carolina takes a proven performer in Posluszny to help out Morgan.

15. Pittsburgh- Levi Brown, OT PSU
The Steelers line is getting a little old, and Starks is going to be a free agent this year. After the starters, depth is lacking so Brown will be a good pick for the Burgh here.

16. Green Bay- Marshawn Lynch, RB CAL
Green is a free agent and oft injured, so there will probably be a hole in the Packers backfield. Lynch is a solid performer and can help the Packers out in this area.

17. Jacksonville- Jamaal Anderson, DE BAMA
If Jacksonville takes Anderson (because they do not need much) they could have an outstanding D-Line. Anderson is very well suited for the 4-3 and could be a big help in pass rushing.

18. Cincinatti- Amobi Okoye, DT LOU
Huge potential because he is 19. Also, Sam Adams is still a good player, but is getting older and could use an apprentice.

19. Tennessee- Tank Tyler, DT NCST
Although Bennett is aging and Young needs a go to weapon, they have Wade, Roby, and Jones to fill spots and mature. A need is a defensive tackle alongside Vanden Bosch, one that could help stuff the run.

20. New York Giants- Joe Staley, OT CMICH
Pettigout was hurt pretty bad last season, and McKenzie is under achieving. I think Jacobs can carry the load and depth is needed at the tackle position. Staley is the best one left.

21. Denver- Quentin Moses, DE GA
Marshall is good enough to be a threat alongside Smith, and although Darrent Williams is gone, the corners should be fine. Moses fits in well and could bring some pressure on the QB.

22. New England (Sea)- Ted Ginn, WR OSU
The Patriots have the fortune of being able to take needs later in the first. This pick is all about talent, and Ginn is a threat at reciever and kick returner. Troy Brown cannot be the Pats best reciever forever.

23. Dallas- Arron Sears, OL TENN
The biggest need for the Cowboys will be the OL. Pettiti is not developing well, and Adams is getting up there although he is still good. If drafting OL, why not get someone who is versatile and can play all positions?

24. Kansas City- Robert Meachum, WR TENN
Kansas City has needed a WR for a long time, and they finally address it here with a solid college performer.

25. New York Jets- Quinn Pitcock, DT OSU
Although a pass rushing end could be a need, the Jets need a big body to stuff up the middle. Pitcock fits well into the 3-4 scheme, and could be a big help to the interior line.

26. Philadelphia- LaMarr Woodley, OLB MICH
Woodley played DE in college, but will most likely end up being a Lawson type backer. The Eagles could use a good LB with the size to play DE and the speed to play LB.

27. Baltimore- Doug Free, OG NIU
Baltimore was a great team last season and won't need to upgrade much. The OL is only a small concern, with both guards being a bit old. Free gives depth and could step in and be a replacement starter.

28. San Diego- Sydney Rice, WR SC
Defense....check. MVP...check. Hot young QB and the best TE in the game....check. Big play reciever....not yet.

29. New Orleans- Leon Hall, CB MICH
McKenzie is playing well, but the other side is mostly a no-show. Leon will be able to step in and start, and is a mature player as he is a senior for a very prestigious program.

30. New England- Brandon Siler, LB FLA
NE loves Florida boys, and with the LBs becoming older (see the 2nd half of the Colts game last sunday), the Pats will need some young talent to help in the middle of the field.

31. Chicago- Josh Beekman, OG BC
Mostly all of the starters on the line are over 30, and there is not much depth on the bench. There is NO need for defense, so unless Quinn falls, the OL is the pick.

32. Indianapolis- Lawrence Timmons, LB FSU
The Colts defense performs when it needs to, but the defense does have extremely big problems stopping the run on off days. It's time they start bringing in talent to help the defense core.[/b]
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lemlem24


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 9:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bad pick for the Giants. They do need more depth on the O-line, but they have to address the defense before they do anything on the offense.
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jargin


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 9:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

good texans pick
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 10:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Staley is a reach.Timmons is a better pick.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 10:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

9. Miami- Alan Branch, DT MICH
Jason Taylor, being the best defensive player in the league this year, is going to draw a lot of attention. A great defensive tackle alongside him would help free him up a little, and Branch is the best DT on the board at this point.

JT has over 100 sacks in his career he has always drawn double teams for a decade now he did this year again.

Jamaal Anderson or trade back for Levi brown instead
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w4rrior723


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 10:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bad giants pick.. especially with timmons on the board
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gseabrook26


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 10:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree with the Steelers picking Brown.

But right now he is dominating at the Seniors' camp and he might not even make it to #15 with the way he is playing.
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Jason_Bengal_Fl


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 10:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I may be the only one, but I'm not sold on Okoye. Especially after weighing in at 287.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 10:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Decent Jets pick but in that scenario I would rather haa Carriker or even Woodley.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 12:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

26. Philadelphia- LaMarr Woodley, OLB MICH
Woodley played DE in college, but will most likely end up being a Lawson type backer. The Eagles could use a good LB with the size to play DE and the speed to play LB.

He's a DE in our scheme, but that's good because we need one of those more than a OLB.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 12:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't mind this pick; Ben Grubbs or he would be excellent picks, as would trading back be a great option.

However, even if Quinn DID fall to us, 0% chance he's playing in Chicago, sorry.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 12:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree with rads3388, if Quinn falls as low as Chicago I guess he is a 2nd rounder since they arent taking him if none of the other 31 teams wanted him. However he wont be falling that low anyway so it is moot.
I would laugh at that, Brady Quinn going in the 2nd round!!! Laughing
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