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PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 12:39 pm    Post subject: 2 Round Mock W/Pics/Jerseys/Explanations (1-24) Reply with quote

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Pick #1) Oakland Raiders (2-14): WR Calvin Johnson, Georgia Tech
There has been many battles already about who should be the Raiders pick. JaMarcus? Quinn? Calvin? Well here I finally believe the Raiders will go Calvin Johnson. Walter isn't to bad and still young. New coach Lane Kiffin knows a little bit about him from his Pac 10 days. Moss and/or Porter will be gone. Kiffin has vowed to have an "explosive" offense and what better way then have the best player in the draft. Calvin is the man in Oakland.

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Pick #2) Detroit Lions (3-13): OT Joe Thomas , Wisconsin
A report has said the Lions have tooken prospect Joe Thomas out to dinner one night. Yeah there pretty interested in this kid I'd say. Even Mike Martz said that QB is the farthest thing from what this team needs. I think it may almost be pretty safe that Thomas is the Lions choice, unless his combine is really horrible. Thomas may be the safest pick in the draft. Very strong in the pass and run game and can do wonders for a bad Lions offense.

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Pick #3) Cleveland Browns (4-12): RB Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma
With Thomas off the boards, an interesting questions arises. JaMarcus Russell here? Possibility but I think the Browns are staying with Frye for another year. Droughns is slow lets face it. He's not a flashy back and certainly doesn't have home run speed. AD does... Peterson can run you over, out run, juke you, the whole 9 yards. Something Cleveland hasn't had in a loooooong time. AD will make your line a little bit better, look what LT did his first few years. The Chargers line was horrible and LT still popped off 1,000 yard seasons. Peterson will do the same in Cleveland.

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Pick #4) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-12): QB JaMarcus Russell, LSU
I think the Bucs really want Calvin Johnson, but he doesn't fall. They could go with one of those DE's here as well but Russell is to good to pass up. Simms is signed for next year , Russell can sit the first year and learn Gruden's complex system. Gruden said he was very interested in Quinn but when he sees Russell's work out Gruden will want him. Russell has a big time arm, scrambling ability, the whole 9 yards. Russell will be a great fit in Tampa.

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Pick #5) Arizona Cardinals (5-11): DE Gaines Adams, Clemson
The Cardinals biggest problem on defense other then coverage is not getting any pressure hardly on the QB. Adams has been compared to Julius Peppers and the Cards really can't pass up a pass rusher of this caliber. Bert Berry has been hurt the last few years. Adams brings some athleticsm to the defense that is desperatley looking for someone to get to the QB. Adams can do exactly that.

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Pick #6) Washington Redskins (5-11): DT Alan Branch , Michigan
The Redskins were horrible against the run last year just getting gashed. Especially the last game of the year giving up 234 yards to Tiki Barber. Now the Redskins draft a big hog in the middle with Branch. Branch can shut down the run and is athletic enough to rush the passer from his DT spot. Branch will be a huge help to the Redskins front 7 and should help them become a lot better defense.

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Pick #7) Minnesota Vikings (6-10): WR Dwayne Jarrett , USC
The Vikings haven't had a playmaker at WR since Randy Moss. It's time to get one and they do with Jarrett. If Jarrett didn't prove enough in the Rose Bowl game by torching one of the so called "best" defenses in the nation then what can prove this kid is legit? He's not better than Calvin but he's even closer now. In Brad Childress's offense you need a guy who can stretch the field and run all the right routes. Jarrett does that and has incredible hands. Will be an excellent fit in the Vikings offense for years and maybe a pro bowl WR.

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Pick #8 ) Houston Texans (6-10): S Reggie Nelson, Florida
Come draft day I believe Nelson will have surpassed Landry as the top safety in this draft. Nelson is just a ball hawk, great coverage skills in the secondary. Not afraid to come up and hit ya in the mouth either. Something the Texans do lack in the secondary is a guy of this caliber. Also has great leadership skills with him DeMeco, and Super Mario. A great young core of players in each level on the defense.

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Pick #9) Miami Dolphins (6-10): QB Brady Quinn, Notre Dame
The Dolphins are a little suprised Quinn has fallen this far but he does. Quinn can make all the throws, very smart quarterback, mobile, has all the tools you need. Cam Cameron will now have a young Quarterback to groom. But will this be a Phillip Rivers situations where Quinn sits on the bench for 2 years behind Culpepper? We'll see how good Culpepper does but Quinn could win this job outright if he progresses well in Cam Cameron's new offense.

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Pick #10) Atlanta Falcons (7-9): DE Jamaal Anderson, Arkansas
The Falcons have a couple needs. A safety or corner could be a good pick here. But what is Jimmy Williams going to play?? No clue there something they will have to figure out. In the meantime they select one of the best pass rushers in the draft in Jamaal Anderson. Anderson is quick off the edge. Kerney and Abraham are older and often hurt. Anderson will come in and not start right away but he will get plenty of playing time.

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Pick #11) San Francisco 49ers (7-9): S LaRon Landry, LSU
The 49ers get kind of lucky here that a talent like Landry falls to them. Landry is a leader out there on the field and Nolan expects Landry to play the Ed Reed of this team. Landry does it all, great tackler, good in coverage, can get you some picks, force some fumbles. You name it and Landry can do it. Landry will become the leader of the defense taking over the reigns of Bryant Young soon.

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Pick #12) Buffalo Bills (7-9) : LB Patrick Willis, Ole Miss
The Bills defense is falling apart. Fletcher doesn't want to come back, and Takeo Spikes might be gone. Clements is most likely gone too. The LB core was a strong part of this team and it's falling apart. They bring Willis in to stop that. Willis a great LB a little shaky in pass coverage but he is very good at stopping the run. Can move sideline to sideline nicely as well. Will be a big help in the Bills defense.

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Pick #13) St. Louis Rams (8-8 ) : DT Amodi Okoye , Louisville
The Rams were ranked 31st against the run last year. They were just completely awful and it's mostly due to there lack of size on the front 4. Okoye is a little undersized, but he's a very smart football player. Only 19 years old if you can believe that. His body is still growing and with some work in the weight room should be even better. He's a quick DT, who can stuff the run and even rush the passer a little. The Rams will definately welcome his pressence.

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Pick #14) Carolina Panthers (8-8 ) : OT Levi Brown, Penn State
The Panthers really don't see anything that jumps out at them other then Levi. Levi is just a mauler, he can dominate in the run game. Something the Panthers want to do is run the football. Levi can play right tackle and solidify the tackle position in years and years for Carolina with Gross. Griffin's stock is dropping but he could be a good pick here too but the Panthers want to be a running team and Brown will help them do that.

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Pick #15) Pittsburgh Steelers (8-8 ) : DE Quentin Moses, Georgia
The Steelers could use another pass rusher off the edge and Moses might be the best DE/OLB tweener in the draft. New coach Mike Tomlin is a defensive minded coach and will probably want to get better on D. Moses has been dominating at the Senior Bowl and his stock will rise some more. The Steelers will mold him into one there great OLB's.

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Pick #16) Green Bay Packers (8-8 ) : RB Marshawn Lynch , California
The Packers run game isn't like it used to be. Lynch is a big time running back fast and explosive, can catch the ball out of the back field. Ahman Green's future is up in the air and it's time to get another franchise back. Lynch will be a new kind of runner up in Green Bay. We'll see if Lynch can pound it out up in the cold weather.

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Pick #17) Jacksonville Jaguars (8-8 ): WR Ted Ginn Jr. , THE Ohio State
The Jaguars have no big time play making WR. Ginn is it. His speed is amazing. He will probably be one of the fastest guys in the NFL for sure. Giving Garrard/Leftwich whoever is the QB a big time play maker. Ginn will start from day one and be help in the special teams as well returning kicks and punts for the Jags.

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Pick #18 ) Cincinnati Bengals (8-8 ): DT Quinn Pitcock, THE Ohio State
The Bengals defense has been suspect for a couple years now. The loss of Pollack is going to hurt them. They need to stop the run Sam Adams came in and did a nice job but they need someone else. Pitcock is the man for the job. Pitcock is having a nice senior bowl so far this year and his stock will continue to rise.

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Pick #19) Tennessee Titans (8-8 ): WR Dwayne Bowe, LSU
The Titans secondary can use some help. Griffin would be a nice pick here but his stock is dropping a little but Dwayne Bowe is a guy the Titans would love. Drew Bennett will probably be gone and after him the Titans have a bunch of #2 guys, no true #1 and Bowe could be a #1 type guy. He has an amazing senior bowl right now. He's got great hands and speed, and a big and physical WR something the Titans and Vince Young could use.

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Pick #20) New York Giants (8-8 ): CB Leon Hall, Michigan
The Giants definatley need some secondary help. A lot of them are old and there pass defense was awful last year. Madison is old and Hall brings the ability to be a shut down corner. He'll start on the opposite side and give the Giants a nice pair of starting corners. Hall can learn from the veteran Madison as he develops in the league as a cornerback.

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Pick #21) Denver Broncos (9-7): DE Adam Carriker, Nebraska
The Broncos D-Line can definatley use some help. Carriker is a big Defensive end who can stuff the run and rush the passer. The Broncos do the 4-3 and 3-4 and Carriker can play both styles. Carriker is having a great senior bowl so far and his stock is really going to shoot up the charts. He will be a welcome addition to the Broncos defense.

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Pick #22) Dallas Cowboys (9-7): OG Justin Blalock, Texas
The Cowboys offensive line was shaky last year and they look to upgrade here with an in-state kid. Justin Blalock doesn't have to move far to come play for the Dallas Cowboys. Blalock is an athletic guard who can pull. He's also a pretty good pass blocker.

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Pick #23) Kansas City Chiefs (9-7): WR Sidney Rice, South Carolina
The Chiefs have desperatley needed a wide receiver now and get a very good one in Sidney Rice. Sidney had some big time numbers at South Carolina. He's a big target with great hands, and good speed. The WR's really struggled in the post season and it needs to be addressed in the draft. Rice will open up the offense some more and should get plenty of one on one coverages with teams stacking the box to shut down LJ.

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Pick #24) New England from Seattle: S Michael Griffin, Texas
The Patriots secondary was beaten up yet again this season. I think Asante Samuel will be brought back and with the emergence of Ellis Hobbs as a solid corner, CB isn't as big of an issue over safety. The Patriots then select Griffin to give the Pats a young, very athletic ball hawking safety. Griffin can play free safety and learn from Harrison for a few years. Griffin will definatley be a nice play maker in that secondary for the Pats.

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Pick #25) New York Jets (10-6): DE/OLB Jarvis Moss, Florida
Moss had a awesome National Championship game chasing down and pressuring Troy Smith all game long. He's to small to place DE most likely but can be an extremely effective pass rusher off the edge in the Jets 3-4 D scheme. Moss will provide the Jets with some pass rush help and make that defense even more effective.

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Pick #26) Philadelphia Eagles (10-6): LB Paul Posluszny, Penn State
Posluszny will play OLB and take Dhani Jones spot. Posluszny has played all of his football career in the state on Pennsylvania and that will continue with this pick. Pos is a beast, he's a little slower but has the heart. He is usually in on every tackle and hopefully will stop the Eagles run D woes.

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Pick #27) New Orleans Saints (10-6): LB Lawrence Timmons, Florida State
The Saints can use an OLB who can do just about everything. That's what Timmons can do. He is a very athletic linebacker. Can run sideline to sideline. Good in the stopping the run and the occasional blitzer. Should be a nice help to the Saints defense.

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Pick #28 ) New England Patriots (11-5): FB Brian Leonard, Rutgers
I might get chewed out for this one but just read on. The Patriots ALWAYS make these type of picks. Drafting Watson when they had Graham and Fauria. Drafting Thomas high last year when they had Graham and Watson etc. Leonard is a great receiver. He can be a big power back in the Patriots system taking 'Clock Killin' Corey Dillon's spot. Leonard also has showed awesome hands at the Senior Bowl so far, something the Patriots will utilize and might even have him line up at TE. No WR really worth taking here so they get a H-Back type player who can do all that and give Brady a very nice weapon to utilize.

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Pick #29) Baltimore Ravens (13-3): CB Darelle Revis, Pittsburgh
The Ravens fans were very disappointed in Samari Rolle's play last year. Now the Ravens get maybe the best corner in this draft who falls to them. Revis can be a shut down corner and can really benefit from learning from McAlister and Rolle. Can be the nickel for now before he takes Rolle spot once he gets accustomed to the league.

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Pick #30) San Diego Chargers (14-2): LB Buster Davis, Florida State
The Chargers are most likely letting Donnie Edwards walk, and Randall Godfrey is getting older. Buster Davis comes in to fill the void in the middle. Davis commands the respect and is a leader out there on the field. He's a very athletic, hard hitting LB and will fit in perfect in the Chargers 3-4 scheme. Might start from day one and help the Chargers D get younger and quicker.

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Pick #31) Chicago Bears (13-3): LB Rufus Alexander, Oklahoma
If Briggs goes he will replace him if not, he will probably replace Hillenmeyer because Alexander is a great cover 2 scheme LB. He's fast, athletic, and can run down a lot of people. Had a great bowl game against Boise State making some big plays forcing fumbles. He will be a great addition to an already scary Bears defense.

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Pick #32) Indianapolis Colts (12-4): DT DeMarcus "Tank" Tyler, North Carolina State
The Colts run defense has been poor, a lot of guys hitting free agency not sure who's all coming back. DT is a big problem though. None of them can really stop the run and thats where Tyler comes in. A great run stuffing defensive tackle at NC State will be an immediate help to the Colts run defense.

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Pick #33) Oakland Raiders (2-14): OT Joe Staley, Central Michigan

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Pick #34) Detroit Lions (3-13): OT Arron Sears, Tennessee

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Pick #35) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-12): DE Charles Johnson, Georgia

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Pick #36) Cleveland Browns (4-12): DT Brandon Mebane, California

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Pick #37) Arizona Cardinals (5-11): LB Earl Everett, Florida

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Pick #38 ) New York Jets (10-6): RB Michael Bush, Louisville

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Pick #39) Minnesota Vikings (6-10): OG Ben Grubbs, Auburn

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Pick #40) Houston Texans (6-10): OT Tony Ugoh, Arkansas

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Pick #41) Miami Dolphins (6-10): WR Robert Meachem, Tennessee

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Pick #42) Atlanta Falcons (7-9): CB Daymeion Hughes, California

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Pick #43) San Francisco 49ers (7-9): DE/OLB LaMarr Woodley, Michigan

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Pick #44) Buffalo Bills (7-9) : CB Marcus McCauley, Fresno State

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Pick #45) St. Louis Rams (8-8 ) : DE Victor Abiamiri, Notre Dame

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Pick #46) Carolina Panthers (8-8 ) : QB Troy Smith, THE Ohio State

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Pick #47) Pittsburgh Steelers (8-8 ) : OT Doug Free, Northern Illinois

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Pick #48 ) Green Bay Packers (8-8 ) : S Eric Weddle, Utah

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Pick #49) Jacksonville Jaguars (8-8 ): S Brandon Merriweather , Miami (FL)

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Pick #50) Cincinnati Bengals (8-8 ): CB Fred Bennett, South Carolina

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Pick #51) Tennessee Titans (8-8 ): OT James Marten, Boston College

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Pick #52) New York Giants (8-8 ): DT Justin Harrell, Tennessee

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Pick #53) Denver Broncos (9-7): OT Ryan Harris, Notre Dame

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Pick #54) Dallas Cowboys (9-7): WR Johnnie Lee Higgins, U.T.E.P.

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Pick #55) Kansas City Chiefs (9-7): CB Aaron Ross, Texas

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Pick #56) Seattle Seahawks (9-7): OG Manuel Ramirez , Texas Tech

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Pick #57) New York Jets (10-6): OT Josh Beekman, Boston College

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Pick #58 ) Philadelphia Eagles (10-6): CB Eric Wright, UNLV

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Pick #59) New Orleans Saints (10-6): TE Zach Miller , Arizona State

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Pick #60) New England Patriots (11-5): WR Anthony Gonzalez, THE Ohio State

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Pick #61) Baltimore Ravens (13-3): C Ryan Kalil, USC

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Pick #62) San Diego Chargers (14-2): OG Marshal Yanda, Iowa

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Pick #63) Chicago Bears (13-3): TE Greg Olsen, Miami (FL)

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Pick #64) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-12): LB H.B. Blades, Pittsburgh

there ya go boys, im ready to defend all picks!
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 12:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

really nice man! good work on doing all that i know it takes forever. goo bucs picks but we'll see.
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Two OT for the Lions? I don't even like 1 in the first day. The Lions will take Russell round 1 and round 2 either, Woodley, Hughes, McCauley, or Merriweather.
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good browns first round pick..and like u said im not sure we would pass on JaMarcus (i am a frye fan and still think we would probably take him..not quinn though) but i highly doubt we make it out of first 2 rounds with out a olinemen

and r u saying DT Brandon Mebane will be a de? yeah maybe..not a nt thought if thats what u thought..we already tried the undersized nt route.. he is on our practice squad now
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 1:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

madmonkey715 wrote:
Two OT for the Lions? I don't even like 1 in the first day. The Lions will take Russell round 1 and round 2 either, Woodley, Hughes, McCauley, or Merriweather.


you know what I forgot to change that.

My bad on that one, They will take Thomas though Im almost positive on it now.
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Ya Mebane would probably be a DE but hes doing really well at the senior bowl and after combine he's going to shoot up the draft boards IMO.
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I'll debate Woodley or Moss to the Jets, but either one makes sense. Great Jets draft, and absolutely awesome work putting it together. Thanks.
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This is probably the best Jaguars draft that I've seen. Good Work.
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It's sad when an Eagles fan messes up his own draft. Horrible Eagles picks..I mean Horrible.
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LOL

Ok expert tell me who we pick???

If you think Timmons is better then Pos your crazy. Would we take Griffin there? Possibly but is stock is falling a little bit with some poor outings at the Senior Bowl. Pos is the kind of LB we need. Did you see us get run on????

Do you even know who Eric Wright is???

Probably not... read up on him first before you make a stupid post like that.
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good chiefs draft, if ross falls that far which i hope he does that would be the best pick of the 2nd round in my opinion
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I would much rather see Aaron Ross in the 2nd round for the cowboys. That move would allow us to shift Henry to FS.
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Eagles1fan5 wrote:
LOL

Ok expert tell me who we pick???

If you think Timmons is better then Pos your crazy. Would we take Griffin there? Possibly but is stock is falling a little bit with some poor outings at the Senior Bowl. Pos is the kind of LB we need. Did you see us get run on????

Do you even know who Eric Wright is???

Probably not... read up on him first before you make a stupid post like that.


The Eric Wright pick is fine, but the pos pick is just a penn st homer pick. There is no way we play another weakside linebacker on the strongside. Chris Gocong a drafty from last year will take Jones' spot while either McCoy or Gaither play the weakside.
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Dont like the Leonard Pick for the Pats at all in the first round, and you were right, gonna see alot of strife on that one.
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i dont like marcus mccauley, his stock is dropping
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