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PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2007 8:56 pm    Post subject: Full 2 round mock with analysis! Reply with quote

ROUND 1

1. Oakland - Jamarcus Russell QB LSU
Big, athletic, and mobile. Absolute cannon for an arm makes Al Davis a lock to pick him. Kid showed poise and that he can handle the big game with sweet performance in bowl game.
2. Detroit - Joe Thomas OT Wisconsin
With Kevin Jones in the backfield the Lions' run game should be a top notch one. Thomas would improve the team's offense as a whole. He's being mentioned with tackles such as Orlando Pace and Walter Jones.
3. Tampa Bay - Calvin Johnson WR Georgia Tech
With Michael Clayton looking like an average receiver as he's yet to reproduce his rookie year and aging WRs Ike Hilliard and Joey Galloway, Johnson could be a franchise-type receiver.
4. Cleveland - Adrian Peterson RB Oklahoma
One of the best RB prospects of the past decade. Once again this is another team in which the backfield was poor. Reuben Droughns had just
758 yards and 4 TDs with a 3.4 ypc average. They desperately need a back to step up in their backfield. Peterson will.
5. Arizona - LaRon Landry S LSU
Arizona has a lot of needs but safety is a matter of concern. David Macklin has been a disappointment and Robert Griffith gets destroyed in coverage. Landry brings playmaking and he'll be an upgrade over Griffith.
6. Washington - Alan Branch DT Michigan
Washington needs this bad. The team had 19 sacks all last season. The D-line was absolutely appauling. He'll take some pressure off Cornelius Griffin and Andre Carter and the pass rush will be better.
7. Minnesota - Jamaal Anderson DE Arkansas
Though they have two young former first rounders at DE, Anderson would be a nice addition. Udeze has been a dissapointment and he'll have one more year to make it or break it. anderson will replace him in time.
8. Houston - Reggie Nelson S Florida
When C.C. Brown is your starting free safety you know your team can use an upgrade. He'll provide that. They need someone who can tackle as well as provide coverage. Nelson'll do just that. He's the complete package at his position. Built like a tank.
9. Miami - Brady Quinn QB Notre Dame
Quinn is probably the person who's stock is dropping fastest, surprisingly through mostly talk. The Dolphins will take him as Harrington is a bust and Culpepper's knee still isn't cooperating.
10.Atlanta- Gaines Adams DE Clemson
The Falcons have one of the best pass-rushing tandems in the NFL in Kerney-Abraham. The problem is one of them is always hurt. Adams will play when one goes down so the Falcons won't lose their pass rush ability.
11.San Fran - Darrelle Revis CB Pitt
Despite Walt Harris making the Pro Bowl, he's getting older and he'd be better at nickel. They've been upgrading the offense and now it's time to upgrade the D. He should start from day 1 and make an impact.
12.Buffalo - Levi Brown OT Penn St.
The Bills line in the next worst line in the NFL besides the Raiders. They had 7th rounder playing T last year and Mike Gandy's a FA. Brown is a solid prospect who'll play well for the next decade.
13.St Louis - Amobi Okoye DT Louisville
The Rams need an upgrade on their D-line and Okoye will do just that. He's young, 19, and talented. He'll make an impact instantly and will also be able to learn from Laroi Glover.
14.Carolina - Dwayne Jarrett WR USC
Keyshawn said he wanted out if they fired his Off. Coord. Well, they did and Key isn't very happy. Also, Keary Colbert has been an average. They won the Super Bowl with Mushin at WR. Jarrett is a clone of him.
15.Pittsburgh - Quentin Moses DE/OLB Georgia
The Steelers have no real glaring needs whatsoever. This is a good pick because he fits the system and he's a hybrid. He can do just that with this group of veteran linebackers. He'll spell the LB core when they get tired. This is the one concern for the Steelers because of the LB core's age.
16.Green Bay - Marshawn Lynch RB Cal
Ahman Green is old and worn down, Vernand Morency is strictly a backup, and Noah Herron is a converted fullback. Lynch will be a great addition and will become Brett Favre's new best friend in the backfield.
17.Jaxville - Ted Ginn Jr. WR Ohio St.
Ginn is a good pickup for reasons. Ginn is small and quick as oppose to the big tall Jax WRs, he's a change-up. Plus, he can handle returns as Mo Drew's carries will increase next season.
18.Cincinnati - Leon Hall CB Michigan
The secondary was labeled the Bengal defense's weakpoint last season. They added Jonathan Joseph but could still use more depth. Hall and Joseph will be a nice tandem in a few years.
19.Tennessee - Robert Meachem WR Tennessee
Kid will stay where he attended college. Watch him a lot and he's amazing.Has ridiculous hands, impeccable concentration, size and deceptive speed. Won hands competition at All-Star skills challenge.
20.NY Giants - Justin Blalock OT Texas
Blalock is a verstaile player. He's good inside and out. The Giants' O-line needs depth. He could be an upgrade over Kareem McKenzie and Luke Petitgout is coming off a severly broken leg.
21.Denver - DeMarcus Tyler DT N.C. St.
The man they call "Tank" would be a huge upgrade on their D-line. The interior line was good last year but the pass-rush suffered at times. Tyler's athleticism would bring pass-rushing ability to the interior.
22.Dallas - Patrick Willis LB Ole MIss
He's a smart player and his physical attributes are sickening. He will be a great playing inside with D Ware and Carpenter outside. His coverage skills will force him to the starting lineup. Solid pickup.
23.Kansas City - Dwayne Bowe WR LSU
Eddie Kennison is comtemplating retirement every year and smallish Samie Parker is too inconsistent. Bowe is atheltic and most of all a big physical receiver who can take pressure off Gonzo.
24.New England (f/Seattle) - Victor Abiamiri DE Notre Dame
Behind Jarvis Green, the Pats lack depth at the DE position. Abiamiri is the best pick here and can learn from one of the best coaches in league history and the best 3-4 end in the NFL, Richard Seymour.
25.NY Jets - Adam Carriker DE Nebraska
A weak D-line that featured aging Bobby Hamilton as a starter was average throughout the season. Carriker is a big DE(6'6" 285) and very strong. He's the perfect fit for the Jets' 3-4 defense.
26.Philadelphia - Michael Griffin S Texas
The Eagles secondary at the S position was thin last year and it's not getting better. Dawkins is good but it's time to find an apprentice. Griffin will also fill the hole left by Michael Lewis' fallout.
27.New Orleans - Daymeion Hughes CB Cal
Mike McKenzie did an admirable job shutting down any receiver he matched up against and people have forgotten how well he can play. Fred Thomas got abused in the playoffs. Hughes is a huge upgrade over him.
28.New England - Paul Posluszny LB Penn St.
Posluszny is a good player and he'd add depth, youth, and talent to an aging LB core in New England. He'll be a good contributor and he'll learn from the likes of Tedy Bruschi and Mike Vrabel.
29.Baltimore - Troy Smith QB Ohio St.
The Heisman Trophy winner will be grommed by McNair. He's got talent but not the kind I think you just throw on the field as a rookie. Him and McNair are similar in some areas and he'll be best to learn from him.
30.San Diego - Sidney Rice WR South Carolina
1st team all-SEC. He's tall at 6'4". He's physical and will take over Keenan McCardell's role and him, Vincent Jackson, and Antonio Gates will form the tallest starting receivers in the league. Major redzone threat.
31.Chicago - Zach Miller TE Arizona St.
Desmond Clark has worn out his welcome. The coaches are tired of his inconsistency. He dissappeared in the SB until the late 4th when it didn't matter. Miller will come, work hard, and put Clark in a backup spot.
32.Indy - Michael Bush RB Louisville
The Colts got a big game out of Dominic Rhodes in the Super Bowl. With so many expiring contracts though it's doubtful Rhodes will be back with Indy. Addai is a shifty runner. Bush will give them a bruiser with power.

ROUND 2

33.Oakland - Greg Olsen TE Miami
A consistently awesome receiving tight end and he can also provide long-snapping duties. Ridiculously good hands and a matchup nightmare.
34.Detroit - Charles Johnson DE Georgia
Was overshadowed by teammate Quentin Moses but probably just as good as him. He'll be a nice pass-rusher off the edge for the Lions.
35.Tampa - Jarvis Moss DE Florida
They got the best player in round 1 one, now they need to start rebuilding the aging D. Moss is fast and explosive like Simeon Rice.
36.Cleveland - Aaron Sears OG Tennessee
Sears is a veersatile player who has received passing grades at RT, LT, RG, and LG. This O-line lacks depth big time. Sears helps a lot.
37.Arizona - Aaron Rouse CB Virginia Tech
They continue to upgrade the weak part of their D. Ross is an upgrade as Macklin was a dissappointment and Eric Green hasn't played as expected.
38.NY Jets - Ryan Kalil C USC
Kalil is hands down the best center/guard in the draft. He can be the next LeCharles Bentley and he'll Nick Mangold move to guard full-time.
39.Minnesota - Johnnie Lee Higgins WR UTEP
Guy has blazing speed. Adds depth with Marcus Robinson and Travis Taylor going on 30. He's also a top notch returnman.
40.Houston - Drew Stanton QB Michigan
David Carr is out, it's just a matter of where and when they ship him too. Stanton will learn from Jake Plummer and take over in 2-3 years.
41.Miami - Josh Beekman OG Boston College
Dolphins need at the least better depth on the line. Beekman will start at guard next season and the line will definitely improve.
42.Atlanta - Brandon Meriweather S Miami
Meriweather had some "character issues" but he's a straight balla with a nasty streak. Big hitter is fearsome and Miami needs his toughness.
43.San Fran - Eric Weddle S Utah
I don't think Keith Adams is the answer at S and he can be upgraded over. Weddle will take his spot and better his play.
44.Buffalo - Marcus McCauley CB Fresno St.
With the uncertainty of Nate Clements coming back they'll take McCauley and he'll replace Clements or he'll push McGee into a nickel role.
45.St Louis - Timothy Crowder DE Texas
Crowder is a good all around player and would help as Victor Adejanyu has not devloped as expected and they need to improve at DE.
46.Carolina - Lawrence Timmons LB Florida St.
Timmons has awesome talent that'll make a big impact. Morgan's future is clouded and Diggs is a FA. They need bodies at LB. Timmons has talent.
47.Green Bay - Michael Johnson S Arizona
Plays better at S but is has good talent at CB as well. The Pack need depth in the secondary. He could challenge for a starting job.
48.Pitt - Ben Grubbs OG Auburn
This is the other area of the Steelers that has growing concerns of age. He'll add depth and youth to the line.
49.Jaxville - H.B. Blades LB Pitt
The Jags have a good LB core but lack depth behind the starters. Alexander can play and maybe challege for a starting spot outside.
50.Cincinnati - Marcus Thomas DT Florida
Stock has fallen but he's still a 1st day talent that adds passrush ability to the Bengals' interior line. Sam Adams is getting old too.
51.Tennessee - Josh Beekman OG Boston College
The interior play needs to be upgraded. Kevin Mawae is good but he's also 36. The Gs need to play better or Beekman will steal a starting slot.
52.NY Giants -Quinn Pitcock DT Ohio State
Not exactly bursting with potential but he's already a very polished player. He's ready to play at the next level.
53.Denver - John Wendling S Wyoming
Wendling is relatively unknown and may be reach by some people but Denver is getting thin at S and Lynch is getting old. He fills a NEED.
54.Dallas - Joe Staley OT Central Michigan
Staley will slip and the Cowboys will take him without hesitation. The Cowboys O-line needs to be upgraded and Staley can start from day 1.
55.Kansas City - Eric Wright CB UNLV
Eric Wright would be a welcome addition to the Chiefs' secondary that's lacking depth. He came out as a Jr but still should play dime or nickel.
56.Seattle - Manuel Ramirez OG Texas Tech
Ramirez has seen his stock rise in the postseason and the Seahawks need more bodies as Chris Gray is OLD and Hutchinson was very missed
57.NY Jets - Marshall Yanda OG Iowa
Granted they've got a good young core on the O-line, they could always use depth and eventually he might take a starting spot down the road.
58.New Orleans - Tony Ugoh OT Arkansas
The O-line vastly overachieved last year and they lack depth at almost all positions. Ugoh could challenge Stinchcomb for the starting RT job.
59.Philly - Rufus Alexander LB Oklahoma
The Eagles LB core was dissapointment last year. Gaither and McCoy were both letdowns and Alexander will add good depth.
60.New England - LeMarr Woodley DE Florida
McDonald would add youth to an aging LB core. He has awesome physical attributes and can play. Woodley is ideal as a 3-4 OLB.
61.Baltimore - Kyle Young C Fresno St.
Da interior line is a concern for da Ravens. Young is the best true center in da draft and would move Chris Chester to guard where he's better.
62.San Diego - Buster Davis LB Florida St.
Davis is a solid player who'll add depth. He's a mike LB and he'll be groomed for the position by Randall Godfrey and Donnie Edwards.
63.Chicago - Earl Everett LB Florida
Chicago seemed to lack depth behind the starters last year. Hillenmeyer benefits from Urlacher and Briggs. Everett will challenge him for his spot.
64.Tampa - Brian Leonard FB Rutgers
Awesome postseason skyrockets his stock and Mike Alstott is nearing the end. Leonard could assume Alstott's role wothout missing a beat.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2007 8:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good eagles draft.
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The Bears dont need a TE. I think in there first pick that they should get an OL or even a WR if there is a good one avalilbe. But i like the seconed pick for the Bears.
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3. Tampa Bay - Calvin Johnson WR Georgia Tech
With Michael Clayton looking like an average receiver as he's yet to reproduce his rookie year and aging WRs Ike Hilliard and Joey Galloway, Johnson could be a franchise-type receiver.

35.Tampa - Jarvis Moss DE Florida
They got the best player in round 1 one, now they need to start rebuilding the aging D. Moss is fast and explosive like Simeon Rice.

64.Tampa - Brian Leonard FB Rutgers
Awesome postseason skyrockets his stock and Mike Alstott is nearing the end. Leonard could assume Alstott's role wothout missing a beat.[/quote]

Excellent pick with Calvin Johnson WR and Jarvis Moss DE. Not so good pick on Brian Leonard. Mike Alstott has addressed that he will comeback for the '07 season. Give us an DT with #64 and its an A+ for TB.
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I love Carriker for the Jets, but then it gets weird. Why would the Jets take Kalil when they already have mangold? Plus, if they moved him to guard, then why Yanda?
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JETS wrote:
I love Carriker for the Jets, but then it gets weird. Why would the Jets take Kalil when they already have mangold? Plus, if they moved him to guard, then why Yanda?


Because they are lacking depth and Pete Kendalll is also getting up there in age.
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I doubt the Rams would pass on Timmons in the second.
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titan52490 wrote:
I doubt the Rams would pass on Timmons in the second.


yea give the rams Timmons in the 2nd round and that would be a Sweet draft for the rams!
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GREAT EAGLES DRAFT would love to see Rufus and Griffin in Philly. I dont think Gaither was a "letdown" though. but good draft.

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give the browns grubbs instead and its good
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worst giants draft ive ever seen.. you didnt fill either of our top 2 needs in the 1st 2 rounds (CB, LB).. we dont want blalock even if we did draft o-line, he doesnt fit our blocking scheme as an athletic lineman... give us chris houston CB arkansas in the 1st, and lawrence timmons OLB Fla State in the 2nd since you still have him on the board at that point (although hes a top 15 pick). atleast give us Rufus Alexander OLB Oklahoma or Jon Beason OLB Miami
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JETS wrote:
I love Carriker for the Jets, but then it gets weird. Why would the Jets take Kalil when they already have mangold? Plus, if they moved him to guard, then why Yanda?


And when he says weird, it's not in a good way. That doesn't make sense.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2007 11:56 pm    Post subject: Re: Full 2 round mock with analysis! Reply with quote

riceraider8080 wrote:
ROUND 1

29.Baltimore - Troy Smith QB Ohio St.
The Heisman Trophy winner will be grommed by McNair. He's got talent but not the kind I think you just throw on the field as a rookie. Him and McNair are similar in some areas and he'll be best to learn from him.

Why take him here when we could probably get him in the 2nd or 3rd round?
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clvbrowns wrote:
give the browns grubbs instead and its good


I agree, and draft Troy Smith in 3rd
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you gave us a 2nd rounder in the first and a 3rd rounder in the second. tyler is going to be most likely a mid 2nd rounder now. wendling ate 3rd.

rouse in the 2nd and carriker in first.
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