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Slope


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 11:22 am    Post subject: 4 Rounds with surprise at the top Reply with quote

I know the team order isn't exactly right in later rounds due to changes, but it is close enough for a mock.



Mock 1.0

1. Raiders - Brady Quinn - QB - Notre Dame

If Greg Knapp ends up being the Raiders offensive coordinator, you can forget Russell here. Knapp runs a WCO. Not only is Quinn a better fit for a WCO, but Russell would be a bust as a wCO QB.

2. Lions - Joe Thomas - OT - Wisconsin

Sometimes even dumb teams make the right move. Martz has always prided himself on taking later round QBs and making them stars, so they solidify their OL.

3. Buccaneers - Amboi Okoye - DT - Lousiville

Rumor has Gruden's staff falling in love with Okoye at the Senior Bowl the way they did Caddy before. At 19 he is out playing every other tackle. Lord knows how good he'll be when he finally grows up.

4. Browns - Alan Branch - DT

Browns take an anchor for their defense.

5. Cardinals - Reggie Nelson - S - Florida

The Cards don't need a WR or QB. They surprise everyone by taking a ballhawk safety.

6. Redskins - Calvin Johnson - WR - Georgia Tech

They might have bigger needs, but sometimes you just have to take the best player on the board. A great playmaker to go with their young QB.

7. Vikings - JaMarcus Russell - QB - LSU

I know they drafted a QB they like, but they need something to bring some excitement (and fans) back. Drafting a guy that can be marketed as the next Cullpepper fits the bill.

8. Texans - Adrian Peterson - RB - Oklahoma

Passing on Bush, then Peterson would cause fans to riot. They make the smart move and draft AP.

9. Dolphins - Gaines Adams - DE - Clemson

Hard to beleive he has lasted this long, but the truth is this draft is deep at DE, so the teams at the very top don't feel pushed to take one early. Adams is clearly the BPA here.

10. Falcons - Levi Brown - OT - Penn St.

The Falcons' big needs are OT, S, and DE. (Hell will freeze over before they take a WR at this ten spot.) Nodody left on the board is jumping out as a sure fire dominant player. With the draft deep at S and DE, they go for the best OT on the board. Given that they are switching from a lightweight Denver o-line to a heavyweight Philly type o-line (which none of the current players fit), this seems the best move here.

11. 49ers - Jamaal Anderson - DE - Arkansas

Could go WR here also, but age and lack of depth make Anderson a better pick.

12. Bills - Darrelle Revis - CB - Pitt

All the CBs in this draft have some flaw in their play. Revis will establish himself as the top CB in the draft with a great combine.

13. Rams - Dwayne Jarrett - WR - USC

The Rams should be looking D here, but Jarrett may be too good a value to pass up at this point.

14. Panthers - Laron Landry - S - LSU

A couple of ways they could go, but Landry seems a safe pick at a needed position.

15. Steelers - Marshawn Lynch - RB - Cal

Not a big need, but sometimes you have to go with BPA.

16. Packers - Leon Hall - CB - Michigan

The Packers are sick over losing Lynch by one pick. They instead take the best CB still on the board.

17. Jaguars - Quentin Moses - DE - Georgia

18. Bengals - Justin Blaylock - OG - Texas

Not a jazzy pick, but fills a need and protects the franchise QB.

19. Titans - Ted Ginn - WR - Ohio St

Maybe not the smart pick for the Titans, but when you have a hot young QB, the urge to surround him with weapons is almost irresistable.

20. Giants - Sidney Rice - WR - South Carolina

While they could go several directions here, they really don't have much behind Burress. The urge to get more weapons for a young QB strikes again.

21. Broncos - Tank Tyler - DT - NC St.

The Browns couldn't last forever.

22. Cowboys - Daymeion Hughes - CB - Cal

Hard to predict how the Cowboys will go with a new coaching staff. Hughes is the highest rated player on the board at the moment.

23. Chiefs - Quinn Pitcock - DT - Ohio St.

The Chiefs reach for a need here, feeling he will have more impact that taking the BPA at a position where they have some depth.

24. Patriots - Patrick Willis - ILB - Mississippi

Willis has been tearing it up at the Senior Bowl and shoting up the charts. A great value pick at a need position.

25. Jets - Kenny Irons - RB - Auburn

Questions remain about Irons, but he looks to be a nice fit with the Jets.

26 Eagles - Paul Posluszny - OLB - Penn St

The Eagles go for the value pick here. Another boring, but solid Ealges pick.

27. Saints - Marcus McCauley - CB - Fresno St.

McCauley is going to wow people at the combine with his stats, luring someone to take him early. His on field play has not been as good, but his upside is too good for the Saints to ignore.

28. Patriots - Dwayne Bowe - WR - LSU

Bowe has worked himself into the 1st round, and is a great value and fit for the Pats here.

29. Ravens - Zach Miller - TE - Arizona St.

The Ravens lost in the playoffs because they couldn't score points. Miller is more a TE/WR hybird and gives them more options for 2 TE sets that can be used in passing situations. Yes I know they have Heap, but Miller will add flexibility to their passing game.

30. Chargers - Robert Meachem - WR - Tenn

What do you get a team that seems to have everything?

31. Colts - Adam Carriker - DE - Nebraska

At 290 Carriker would be bigger that some of the Colts DTs. Gives them a physical presence on the d-line they have been lacking.

32. Bears - Brandon Meriweather - S - Miami

It is tempting to give the Bears a QB, bu I didn't. Meriweather is a much better safety than this, but he drops becuase of character concerns. Chicago seems to feel the can handle people with some character problems, and takes a chance on Meriweather.

Round 2

1. Raiders - Lamarr Woodley - DE - Michigan
2. Lions - Charles Johnson - DE - Georgia
3. Browns - Rufus Alexander - OLB - Oklahoma
4. Buccaneers - Jarvis Moss - DE - Florida
5. Cardinals - Fred Bennett - CB - South Carolina
6. Redskins - Baraka Atkins - DE - Miami
7. Vikings - Michael Griffin - S - Texas
8. Texans - Doug Free - OT - Nothern Ill.
9. Dolphins - Aaron Rouse - S - Va Tech
10. Falcons - Michael Bush - RB - Lousiville
11. 49ers - CJ Gaddis - CB - Clemson
12. Bills - Brandon Mebane - DT - Cal
13. Rams - Victor Abiamiri - DE - Notre Dame
14. Panthers - Earl Everet - OLB - Florida
15. Steelers - Chris Houston - CB - Arkansas
16. Packers - Antonio Pittman - RB - Ohio St.
17. Jaguars - Craig Davis - WR - LSU
18. Bengals - Greg Olsen - TE - Miami
19. Titans - Tim Crowder - DE - Texas
20. Giants - Ryan Harris - OT - Notre Dame
21. Broncos - Aundrae Allison - WR - East Carolina
22. Cowboys - Ben Grubbs - OG - Auburn
23. Chiefs - Josh Beekman - OG - Boston College
24. Seahawks - Aaron Ross - CB - Texas
25. Jets - Ryan Smith - CB - Florida
26. Eagles - Jon Beason - OLB - Florida
27. Saints - Aaron Sears - OT - Tenn
28. Patriots - Prescott Burgess - OLB - Michigan
29. Ravens - Troy Smith - QB - Ohio St.
30. Chargers - HB Blades - ILB - Pitt
31. Colts - Kareem Brown - DT - Miami
32. Bears - Justin Harrell - DT - Tenn

Round 3

1. Raiders - Jacoby Jones - WR - Lane
2. Lions - Jay Alford - DT - Penn St.
3. Buccaneers - Rhema McKnight - WR - Notre Dame
4. Browns - Brian Leonard - FB/RB - Rutgers
5. Cardinals - Tony Hunt - RB - Penn St.
6. Redskins - Desmond Bishop - ILB - Cal
7. Vikings - Anthony Gonzalez - WR - Ohio St.
8. Texans - Tom Zbikowski - S - Notre Dame
9. Dolphins - Jon Abbate - ILB - Wake Forest
10. Falcons - Eric Weedle - S - Utah
11. 49ers - Jason Hill - WR - Washington St.
12. Bills - Kenneth Darby - RB - Alabama
13. Rams - David Irons - CB - Auburn
14. Panthers - Drew Stanton - QB - Michigan St.
15. Steelers - Johnnie Lee Higgins - WR - UTEP
16. Packers - Jason Hill - WR - Washington
17. Jaguars - Matt Spaeth - TE - Minnesota
18. Bengals - Ryan Kalil - C - USC
19. Titans - Dan Bazuin - DE - Central Michigan
20. Giants - Darius Walker - RB - Notre Dame
21. Broncos - Steve Smith - WR - USC
22. Cowboys - Chansi Stuckey - WR - Clemson
23. Chiefs - Manuel Rameirez - OG - Texas Tech
24. Seahawks - Ikaika Alama-Francis - DE - Hawaii
25. Jets - Deshawn Wynn - RB - Florida
26. Eagles - Brandon Jackson - RB - Nebraska
27. Saints - John Talley - CB - Clemson
28. Patriots - John Wendling - S - Wyoming
29. Ravens - Antwan Applewhite - DE/OLB San Diego St.
30. Chargers - Samson Satele - C/G - Hawaii
31. Colts - Andy Alleman - OG - Akron
32. Bears - Daniel Inman - OT - Georgia

Round 4

1. Raiders - Kyle Young - C - Fresno St.
2. Lions - Tanard Jackson - CB - Syracuse
3. Browns - Andrew Carnahan - OT - Arizona St.
4. Buccaneers - Scott Chandler - TE - Iowa
5. Cardinals - Anthony Spenser - DE - Purdue
6. Redskins - Selvin Young - RB - Texas
7. Vikings - Daniel Bazuin - DE - Central Michigan
8. Texans - Tarell Brown - CB - Texas
9. Dolphins - Jordan Palmer - QB - UTEP
10. Falcons - Andre Caldwell - WR - Florida
11. 49ers - Rory Johnson - OLB - Mississippi
12. Bills - Ray McDonald - DE - Florida
13. Rams - Doug Datish - C/G - Ohio St.
14. Panthers - Joe Newton - TE - Oregon St.
15. Steelers - Corey Hillard - OT - Oklahoma St.
16. Packers - Lawrence Timmons - OLB - Florida St.
17. Jaguars - Juwan Simpson - OLB - Alabama
18. Bengals - Trent Edwards - QB - Stanford
19. Titans - AJ Davis - CB - NC St.
20. Giants - JD Nelson - S - Oregon St.
21. Falcons - Ben Patrick - TE - Deleware
22. Cowboys - Kevin Kolb - QB - Houston
23. Chiefs - David Clowney - WR - Va Tech
24. Seahawks - Courtney Taylor - WR - Auburn
25. Jets - Marquice Cole - CB - Northwestern
26. Eagles - Daniel Parrish - OT - Florida A&M
27. Saints - Tim Duckworth - OG - Auburn
28. Patriots - Lorenzo Booker - RB - FSU
29. Ravens - Danny Ware - RB - Georgia
30. Chargers - Deljuan Robinson - DT - Miss St.
31. Colts - David Harris - ILB - Michigan
32. Bears - Travarous Bain - CB - Hampton
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 11:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Please dont give the ravens Miller we def. dont need a TE, we got Todd Heap and Dan Wilcox
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 11:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I dont really want to be mean, but that is one of the worst mocks. If they wanted Okoye that bad, they would trade down. DT is not a Browns need. Cards have Adrian Wilson. Skins a WR? The Vikings like the QB they have in Tavaries Jackson. Gaines Adams is not a 3-4 OLB. Steelers have Parker, they need a big back if anything. Giants have so many more needs. Irons is a bad fit for the Jets.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 11:47 am    Post subject: Re: 4 Rounds with surprise at the top Reply with quote

Slope wrote:

4. Browns - Alan Branch - DT

Good pick, but not at #4, Calvin and AP are still on the board.

3. Browns - Rufus Alexander - OLB - Oklahoma

Loveeeee the way Rufus can play, but OLB is not a need in the first day, only way I think we would take him is if we get an extra 2nd pick. Give us Michael Bush in the 2nd. No AP in the 1st = Michael Bush in the second

10. Falcons - Michael Bush - RB - Lousiville


4. Browns - Brian Leonard - FB/RB - Rutgers

FB is not a need at all, and as for the RB aspect of his game thats why we also have Vickers, who can do the tough goaline running. Give us the mauling OG Manuel Ramierez here.


23. Chiefs - Manuel Rameirez - OG - Texas Tech


3. Browns - Andrew Carnahan - OT - Arizona St.

Don't know much about Carnahan, but Anthony Spencer is a very interesting prospect for OLB if he is still there in the 3rd. But I wouldnt mind seeing a DL prospect here either.

5. Cardinals - Anthony Spenser - DE - Purdue


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 11:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pitiful Saints draft. Interesting scenario but you show a bias toward some teams and away from others. I cannot see the Jets taking Irons in the first round; he might go in the second late.
McCauley will fall to the third round due to character concerns. You know nothing about the Coach of the Year Payton who avoids such players.
Do some more research. This mock is in need of help.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 11:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

horrible cards draft.

reach for nelson and i would rather have landry since we need a coverage saftey.
if we skip OT in the firt we are taking one in the second
we have edge, we don't need a RB
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

by far worst mock browns mock i have ever seen

we already have 2 good fbs, (including the "best one" according to kiper, from last years draft) and t.smith who has blocked for 4 different 1,000 yard rbs

nt in top 5? nope

no olinemen on first day?? and besides ur nt in top 5 (lmao) that wont happen, no dlinemen

lmao browns will take peterson/JaMarcus/ or thomas or trade down and get peterson or lynch

another olb? hahaha we took 2 lbs in top 35 picks last year, including the rookie who had 11 sacks, 62 tackles [better rookie year then s.merimem (sp is off) who had jamal williams and castillo (spelling) in front of him

ahha... and rookie leon williams (another lb taken last year) played 3 games and had over 30 tackles,1 sack,1ff,1 pass defend


try again.much harder
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Terrible Jets mock, no way would they pass on Woodley, Carriker, Moss or Johnson for Irons. Also the Jets have the redskins second round pick.

Keep trying.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

clvbrowns pretty much said everything I was going to.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great Chargers draft. One question where does Deljuan Robinson fit on the 3-4? I haven't had time to look over some of the 2nd day spects.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is overall a horrible mock, and the NYG's part of it you just completely butchered.

Horrible job o_o.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Even though he isn't a top need I'll give you Rice as we could use another WR. In the second give us Aaron Ross, 3rd give us Lawrence Timmons who you have going in the 4rth and in the 4rth give us Lorenzo Booker. That would make for a great draft.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Redskins will not be picking a WR with all of their Defensive problems

Minnesota is not going QB in round 1
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:59 pm    Post subject: Packers draft Reply with quote

Although I think this draft as a whole needs work, I would LOVE this packers draft...

Hall in the first round won't happen because we'd take Ginn jr instead because we need a playmaker on offense rather than a corner, but in saying that Leon hall is a GREAT corner and to grab him in the first round wouldn't be my top choice but it wouldn't be bad.

Pittman in the second is good. I like the guy and I think Marshawn Lynch will be gone by the time the Packers pick (Cleveland browns select AP at #3 and Houston selects ML at #8, and the Steelers DO NOT need a runnign back and will not take one in the first round). I very much like Pittman though, good job.

Hill in the third round is good too. I like the guy. This pick makes up for not drafting Ginn Jr. in the first.

Timmons will never drop that low, and the Packers don't need a LB, but if we have a 4th round pick and he is available (which will never happen) Iwould be elated to get Timmons.

Overall, nice job at looking at at least the Packers team needs. I would be happy with this draft
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like Detroitís picks for the most part. Iím just donít think DT is the right pick in the third. Even if we lose, Corey Redding in free agency Shaun Cody has shown he can play. Cornerback or guard would be better picks unless you really like Jay Alford.
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