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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 11:43 am    Post subject: Cash's Mock Draft Part 2, 2-11-07 Reply with quote

*I flipped a coin and the Bucs won the toss.

Bucs Free Agency Signings/Trades:

Michael Lewis – S, Eagles
*Bucs new starting SS

Eric Steinbauch – OG/C, Bengals
*Currently plays G with the Bengals but he has the ability to play center

Cory Redding – DE, Lions
*Will shore up the D-line

Bucs trade 2007 4th round pick to the Houston Texans for the rights of David Carr
Bucs trade Simeon Rice to the Detroit Lions for the Lions 3rd round pick.



1. OAKLAND --- JaMarcus Russell, QB LSU (Jr.)
Looks like Tarzan, plays like…. Daunte Culpepper! (Not a good thing). Has all of the natural tools and a rocket arm, but in pressure situations he throw picks, but with good coaching he can probably be great someday.

2. DETROIT --- Joe Thomas, T Wisconsin (Sr.)
This would suck if the Lions pick JT before the Bucs can get to him. Thomas is one of the few safe picks in this draft. He is not elite, but you can start him and not worry about the position for the next 10 years. I just hope that Matt Millien screws up like he usually does and pick a WR or Brady Quinn

3. TAMPA BAY --- Calvin Johnson, WR Georgia Tech (Jr.)
I’m a big Bucs fan and I hope the bucs can trade down if Joe Thomas is off the board, but if we are stuck in this spot CJ will be the guy. He is a very talented player and a freak of an athlete, but I think he is a little bit overrated and doesn’t have elite speed. He is though better than wideout the Bucs have at the moment. Minnesota, if you guys are interested say goodbye to your second rounder and a second day pick.

4. CLEVELAND --- Adrian Peterson, RB Oklahoma (Jr.)
Very good RB with good speed, but he reminds of Eddie George in regards to his upright running style. He is the type of back that will have 7 to 8 good years, but eventually his body will break down due to the hits he will take and gradually fade away.

5. ARIZONA --- Jamaal Anderson, DE Arkansas (Jr.)
This guy has just shot up the boards since he announced he is coming out. This former wideout flies off the edge and get to the QB, but he doesn’t have that much experience of the defensive side of the ball. Big upside!

6. WASHINGTON --- Alan Branch, DT Michigan (Jr.)
At 6’7 330 lbs this guy should be able to shut down the run in the middle. Solid pick. Side Note: I just heard that the Redskins don’t have a 2nd, 3rd, or 4th round pick in this year draft. What team in their right mind would trade away their future like that.

7. MINNESOTA --- Dwayne Jarrett, WR USC (Jr.)
This is hard for me because I really Jarrett, but I just have a bad feeling that turn up to be another Mike Williams. Good hands, but needs to work on his route running. Might be a possession receiver in the pros. The Vikes get a very solid wideout

8. HOUSTON --- Gaines Adams, DE Clemson (Sr.)
The Texans will now have two bookend DEs that will have the potential to devastate other teams’ QBs for years to come.

9. MIAMI --- Laron Laundry, S LSU (Sr.)
It will be really hard for the dolphins to pass up on Brady Quinn, but with the large investment they put in Daunte they will take a chance and shore up their secondary with a very experienced safety.

10. ATLANTA --- Reggie Nelson, S Florida (Jr.)
Falcons are still a little bit thin in their secondary. Nelson is a very active safety that flies around the ball. This might be crazy, but Nelson will be the next Ed Reed.

11. SAN FRANCISCO--- Ted Ginn Jr., WR Ohio State (Jr.)
They addressed their TE position last year and now they get a big play WR. Alex Smith has a big smile on his face.

12. BUFFALO --- Patrick Willis, LB Mississippi (Sr.)
The draft’s most complete linebacker. He can cover, blitz and shutdown the run. This guy will be 2007’s defensive rookie of the year.

13. ST. LOUIS --- Paul Posluszny, OLB Penn State (Sr.)
Fully recovered from his surgery. Very instinctive player. Extremely overrated.

14. CAROLINA --- Michael Griffin, S Texas (Sr.)
Panthers are somewhat thin in this area. Griffin will give them some flexibility due to the fact that he can plan corner or safety.

15. PITTSBURGH --- Levi Brown, T Penn State (Sr.)
Extremely big, strong tough guy that doesn’t make too many mistakes. Sounds like a Steeler to me.

16. GREEN BAY --- Marshawn Lynch, RB California (Jr.)
The packers could use more help on the defensive side of the ball but Ahmad Green is fumble and injury prone and they have no depth behind him. Marshawn has the strength and speed to be very effective in the NFL

17. JACKSONVILLE --- Leon Hall, CB Michigan (Sr.)
The Jags play it safe and draft a solid athletic CB that will never be a superstar but have lots of experience, will support the run and will shore up their secondary

18. CINCINNATI ---Amboi Okoye, DT Louisville (Jr.)
He had a very good senior bowl and was solid in college. He is also only 19 years old which means all of good playing days are way ahead of him. He could develop into a real force in the middle

19. TENNESSEE --- Dwayne Bowe, WR LSU (Jr.)
This is one of the most underrated players in this draft. This guy is a #1 WR and gets open on a consistent basis. He will be Vince’s best friend on offense.

20. NEW YORK GIANTS --- Lawrence Timmons, LB Florida State (Jr.)
The giants are still somewhat thin in their LB core. Timmons is speedy LB that can cover and deliver a hit.

21. DENVER --- Lamarr Woodley, DE/LB Michigan (Sr.)
The Broncos have a good defense but they still don’t have a major presence on their D-line. Woodley has a big-time motor and doesn’t give up on plays. He can also get into the back field and cause problems. He might not be a star but he has the talent to be a very solid tackle for years to come.

22. DALLAS --- Justin Blalock, OG Texas (Sr.)
Very talented lineman that can drive blockers off the line. Can either play guard of tackle, but he will make his money playing guard


23. KANSAS CITY --- Brady Quinn, QB Notre Dame (Sr.)
The big surprise of the draft. I do think that Brady will be taken a lot sooner, but if he is still on the board after Miami’s pick then he will drop big-time just due to the fact that he will be passing by teams that already have a QB, the same way what happen to Aaron Rogers

24. NEW ENGLAND (f/SEA) --- Sidney Rice, WR South Carolina (So.)
The Pats simply don’t have a big-play receiver. Rice is a big-time threat that can develop into playmaker over time

25. NEW YORK JETS --- Adam Carriker, DE Nebraska
Adam is a sold overall DE. He needs to develop more pass rush moves, but having 3 sacks in the senior bowl is not too shabby

26. PHILADELPHIA --- Brandon Meriweather, S Miami (Sr.)
With the potential of Michael Lewis leaving and Dawkins getting older the eagles need a young guy in the mix. I think this pick is a steal. Brandon has a noise for the ball and is a very hard hitting safety that will go in the box to shut down the run.

27. NEW ORLEANS ---Daymeion Hughes, CB California (Sr.)
This guy has the ballskills, speed and the awareness to develop into a shutdown corner. He will instantly improve a very average Saints secondary.

28. NEW ENGLAND --- Aaron Ross, CB/S Texas (Sr.)
Well one side of the field is covered by Asante Samuel, but the other side is a mess. Aaron can come in and have a good shot in starting right away.

29. BALTIMORE --- Michael Bush, RB Louisville (Sr.)
Somewhat of a risky pick due to Bush’s injury, but if he full recovers still would be steal. Reminds of Jamal Lewis but faster.

30. SAN DIEGO --- Robert Meacheam, WR Tennessee (Jr.)
The Bolts are in desperate need of reliable young WR that can develop in to a good player. Meacheam might be their guy.

31. CHICAGO --- DeMarcus (Tank) Taylor, DT (Sr.)
Insurance policy if the Bears decide the dump the other Tank.

32. INDIANAPOLIS --- H.B. Blades, LB Pitt (Sr.)
Blades is a good college linebacker that can help the Colts shore up their run defense.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 11:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well, I think the general consensus with the exception of a few people on the Ravens boards hopes the Ravens don't use their first round pick on Michael Bush or as magnified called him "TJ Duckett part II" but we'll see....
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 11:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cory Redding is a mediocre DE. He shined when he was moved to DT so if you want DT take him but otherwise look for another DE. The Lions will probably put the franchise tag on him anyway. Good Detroit pick.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 11:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

and Michael Bush is NOT faster than Jamal Lewis was, Jamal ran a 4.37 40- there's no way Bush will come close to that.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 12:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

the dolphins wont draft secondary
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 12:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great Jets pick.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 12:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

horrible f/a
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 12:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

love the meriweather pick

but i disagree with the demarcus tyler pick, bears have bigger needs on offense but maybe take one later on
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 1:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

good bills pick
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 1:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

9. MIAMI --- Laron Laundry, S LSU (Sr.)
It will be really hard for the dolphins to pass up on Brady Quinn, but with the large investment they put in Daunte they will take a chance and shore up their secondary with a very experienced safety.



horrible pick and it is a miracle a bucs fan made sure the bucs won the toss Smile
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 2:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

We will more then likely not take Quinn.Meachem or Rice would be the pick
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 3:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Wyzzinator wrote:
and Michael Bush is NOT faster than Jamal Lewis was, Jamal ran a 4.37 40- there's no way Bush will come close to that.



Yea he RAN it like when he did the combine. He doesn't run that anymore. Bush can out run him now.
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Fishfan79 wrote:
9. MIAMI --- Laron Laundry, S LSU (Sr.)
It will be really hard for the dolphins to pass up on Brady Quinn, but with the large investment they put in Daunte they will take a chance and shore up their secondary with a very experienced safety.



horrible pick and it is a miracle a bucs fan made sure the bucs won the toss Smile



Actually it is a very good pick. Your defense is old and the secondary is not good.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 3:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

decent rams pick
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 4:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Andy Reid has enough problems at home that he doesnt need any problems on his team. Reid wont touch merriweather.
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