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MrBest


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 19, 2005 1:56 am    Post subject: Lions might go to the 2006 Superbowl in Detroit IF.......... Reply with quote

Pick
1. Heath Miller (TE) 6-5 / 256 Virginia Jr.
AT #10

OR

Drop down from #10

Draft mid first round:
1. Thomas Davis (SS) 6-1 / 230 Georgia Jr.
2. Channing Crowder (MLB) 6-3 / 245 Florida So.


Draft early second: (2 Picks)
1 Marcus Spears (DE) 6-4 / 297 LSU Sr.
2 David Pollack (DE) 6-3 / 276 Georgia Sr.
3 Logan Mankins (LT) 6-4 / 320 Fresno State Sr.
4 David Baas (OG / OC) 6-5 / 314 Michigan Sr.
5 Marlin Jackson (CB / S) 6-1 / 196 Michigan Sr.
6 Lance Mitchell (OLB) 6-3 / 244 Oklahoma Sr.
7 Brandon Browner (CB) 6-4 / 202 Oregon State So.
8 Kevin Everett (TE) 6-6 / 245 Miami Sr.
9 Corey Webster (CB) 6-0 / 204 LSU Sr.

Third Round:
1 Odell Thurman (MLB) 6-1 / 230 Georgia Jr.
2 Derrick Johnson (OLB) 6-4 / 235 Texas Sr. (Over-Rated)
3 Craig Bragg (WR) 6-2 / 195 UCLA Sr.
4 Leigh Torrence (CB) 6-0 / 183 Stanford Sr.
5 Mike Goolsby (MLB) 6-4 / 242 Notre Dame Sr.
6 Santonio Thomas (DT) 6-4 / 308 Miami Sr.

Forth Round and beyond:
1 Mike Patterson (DT) 6-0 / 290 USC Sr.
2 Steve Fleming (TE) 6-6 / 256 Arizona Sr.
3 Bo Scaife (TE) 6-3 / 250 Texas Sr.
4 Ben Hall (TE) 6-5 / 250 Clemson Sr.
5 Brandon Joe (FB) 6-0 / 245 Ohio State Sr.
6 Roydell Williams (WR) 6-2 / 190 Tulane Sr.
7 Jeb Huckeba (DE) 6-5 / 245 Arkansas Sr.
8 Alvin Pearman (RB) 5-9 / 204 Virginia Sr.
9 Jason Randall (TE) 6-5 / 269 Michigan State Sr.
10 Kevin Vickerson (DT) 6-4 / 295 Michigan State Sr.
11 Justin Tuck (DE) 6-5 / 261 Notre Dame Sr.
12 Antonio Cromartie (CB) 6-3 / 197 Florida State So.
13 Pierre Woods (OLB) 6-5 / 245 Michigan Sr.
14 Keven Burnett (OLB) 6-3 / 235 Tennessee Sr.
15 Will Thompson (DE) 6-3 / 257 Georgia Sr
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 19, 2005 9:33 am    Post subject: i vote for Reply with quote

rd 1 Thomas davis
rd 2 david pollack
rd 3 odell thurman
rd 4 will thompson


haha who says i'm bias
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KJonesISsweet


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 19, 2005 10:33 am    Post subject: i like Reply with quote

I'll play ur little game

F/A. Darius

1. Derrick Johnson or Antrel Rolle...
2.If DJ.... Marlin, if Antrel..... Pollack or Spears
3. Odell Thurman
4. If Marlin.... Tuck, if DE.... Pierre Woods
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USNinc


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 19, 2005 4:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey I'll join in and toss out some names too.

1- Maurice Clarett (RB-Ohio State)
2- Re-Draft David Terrell from the Bears (WR-Michigan)
3- Jennifer Love Hewitt (C-fake breasts)
4- Bill Gates (TE-U of Microsoft)

How does that look?
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KJonesISsweet


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 19, 2005 11:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

USNinc wrote:
Hey I'll join in and toss out some names too.

1- Maurice Clarett (RB-Ohio State)
2- Re-Draft David Terrell from the Bears (WR-Michigan)
3- Jennifer Love Hewitt (C-fake breasts)
4- Bill Gates (TE-U of Microsoft)

How does that look?


Wait wait wait lemme guess... this is a joke right?... ha?

Well ur gay!
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A2Wolves6


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2005 8:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

He just committed the Lions sin! You can never say the words "Lions" and "Super Bowl" in the same sentence.

This team is far from making it to the super bowl. I'd bet my house that they don't make the super bowl in 2005-2006.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2005 8:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A2Wolves6 wrote:
He just committed the Lions sin! You can never say the words "Lions" and "Super Bowl" in the same sentence.

This team is far from making it to the super bowl. I'd bet my house that they don't make the super bowl in 2005-2006.

I concure, but in 2008, they are a team, if Chaley Rodgers can stop being such a gril with his injuires.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2005 9:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A2Wolves6 wrote:
He just committed the Lions sin! You can never say the words "Lions" and "Super Bowl" in the same sentence.

This team is far from making it to the super bowl. I'd bet my house that they don't make the super bowl in 2005-2006.

OK deal!
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KJ.34


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2005 3:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Superbowl?


NEVER.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2005 9:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

There's a lot of hope in this thread.
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amaru0


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 22, 2005 7:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Lions will never make the superbowl with Harrington. It's as simple as that. He makes about 10 plays a year that make you say "damn, this kid is good," then he's right back to normal Joey. He may not lose a lot of games for us, but I've never seen him take over a game and win it, which is what a champion needs to be able to do.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 22, 2005 9:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Super Bowl for LIONS???


OKay, in that case,

Devil Rays vs Brewers in world series.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 23, 2005 8:33 am    Post subject: Pittsburgh was 6-10 in the 2003 Season Reply with quote

Pittsburgh was 6-10 in the 2003 Season, which shows if you have a good draft anything is possible.

In fact, the Lions are going to have the same amount of money as they did last year to sign free agents.

at Dallas Cowboys Texas Stadium L 31-21 (4-3) -10 points
WASHINGTON REDSKINS Ford Field L 17-10 (4-4) -7 points
at Jacksonville Jaguars Alltel Stadium L 23-17 OT (4-5) -6 points
at Minnesota Vikings Metrodome L 22-19 (4-6) -3 points
at Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field L 16-13 (5-8 -3 points
MINNESOTA VIKINGS Ford Field L 28-27 (5-9) -1 point
at Tennessee Titans The Coliseum L 24-19 (6-10) -5 points

If the Lions would have won these games they'd be 13-3 and everyboby would have loved'em.

With Charles Rogers and Boss Bailey returning and a stronger offensive line, and stronger secondary I feel the Lions will make the playoffs next year.

Remember last year Kansas City was 13-3, and St. Louis was 12-4? Now where are they? Both teams are poor because they don't have a balanced attack.

Matt Millen is doing the right thing by building both sides of the ball.
By the way, the NY Jets were 6-10 last year also.

I'd rather put my money on Detroit next year than Green Bay, or Seattle, who by the way won their divisions this year.

Each year Detroit is improving. Every single season since the last year of Marty Morningwig, I could truely say we improved.

2005 Season
HOME:
Chicago, Green Bay, Minnesota, Atlanta, Carolina, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Arizona
AWAY:
Chicago, Green Bay, Minnesota, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Dallas
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 23, 2005 10:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

amaru0 wrote:
The Lions will never make the superbowl with Harrington. It's as simple as that. He makes about 10 plays a year that make you say "damn, this kid is good," then he's right back to normal Joey. He may not lose a lot of games for us, but I've never seen him take over a game and win it, which is what a champion needs to be able to do.

I totally agree. I have been having this debate in another Lions sports fourm with the love Joey vs. the Hate Joey. Personally, I cant stand Harrington and think he is our weak link. Granted, there are some other problems with the drops at wr some vanilla coaching, etc. but Harrington doesnt look to be the man to lead us to the next level. It will be interesting to see what transpires in regards to the qb. I am probably a minority but I wish they would resign McMahan and let him at least showcase his abilities. Hasselback is a possible option too. As far as the draft , its early but I like Rolle but I dont think he will last. I would be cool with Heath Miller if Alexander leaves or take bpa a bluechipper defensiveive guy. One thing four sure is we have to get a stud safetywither by free agecncy or the draft. I like Darious but there are others who think he is just his a hitter with average coverage skills and is getting older. At the right price he would be a huge upgrade! We all know that Brock Marion is about done and Walker is out. We need some speed and someone that can lay the lumber at safety. I was suprised that they never really gave Terrence Holt a chance last year. He seemed to play well in limited duty but for some reason seems to be in disfavor with Mooch and Millen. The Lions getting to the Superbowl at home in 2006 would be my fantasy dream of my life. I have been watching these guys basically for close to 40 years now and they have did nothing. With the paritiy of the nfl and the weakness of the nfc they could actually do it! Now will they? Get rid of Joey and maybe.....just maybe....
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 23, 2005 10:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I personally like McMahon. I like his attitude, I like his athleticism, and I love his potential. People talk about how he's not polished, but imagine if we had given him all the snaps Joey has gotten over the past 3 years, how good would he be? I say deal Joey, resign Mike, draft a QB and let those two fight it out. Plus find a veteran in FA.
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