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2006 Mock Draft

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 14, 2005 12:33 am    Post subject: 2006 Mock Draft Reply with quote

First attempt at a mock draft:

Houston: Reggie Bush RB USC
This is not the pick they should make, but they are in a bind. they really need an OL, but if they don't take Bush, they will be critized forever

San Francisco: D'Brickashaw Ferguson OL UVA
A great pick for an up and coming team. He will be a bookend tackle for years and will provide Alex Smith with great protection.

New York Jets: Matt Leinart QB USC
Chad Pennington is no longer a good QB, and Brooks Bollinger is not the answer. Leinart is a lot like Tom Brady and must have good playmakers around him to be successful.

New Orleans: AJ Hawk LB OSU
The Saints need a lot, and would love to have Bush or Leinart fall into their laps. Neither will fall that far, and they settle for a very good LB. Hawk won't be a playmaker, but will be a solid Zach Thomas-type player for years.

Green Bay: De'Angelo Williams RB Memphis
Ahman Green is near the end of his carrer, and they need a replacement. Williams is probably the best "pure" running back in the draft and will fit in nicely with Aaron Rodgers in the backfield for a bright future in Lambeau.

Teenesse: Mario Williams DE NC State
A young team on the rise that would love to grab a QB to replace McNair, but nobody fits this high. A trade is very possible here.

Buffalo: Eric Winston OL Miami (FL)
Jon Scott may make more sense, but the comparisons to Mike Williams will be too easy to make. Winston is very good, but has had injury problems in the past. A very important pick for this franchise.

Browns: Mathias Kiwanuka DE Boston College
Too good to pass up here. They need some help at DL and Kiwanuka should a star in this league.

Cardinals: Vince Young QB Texas
NOT A GOOD PICK, let me repeat, NOT A GOOD PICK....but Dennis Green is in love with this kid. He drafted Daunte Culpepper, and he thinks Young could be better. Young will be a huge bust in the NFL whether he comes out this year or next year. He can't throw as well as Vick or run as well as Vick. This pick could set the franchise back another 2-3 years.

Lions: Brady Quinn QB Notre Dame
I think its safe to say that the Joey Harrington era is over in Detriot, and Quinn has played in a NFL system before under Charlie Weis. A very good pick that could turn the team around in a year or two.

Ravens: Jimmy Williams CB Virginia Tech
They would love to have Young/Quinn at QB or Williams at RB, but the upgrade at DB, a position that has been exposed this year. Williams provides depth at CB or could step in and play safety. A hard hitter who has trouble guarding speed recievers.

Raiders: Darnell Bing DB USC
Al Davis will love this kid. They have to upgrade on defense and Bing will be a great start.

Rams: Haloita Ngata DT Oregon
Ngata falls in the draft based on needs, but the Rams are happy. He could ultimately go to the Bills, but this seems about right and this point.

Eagles: Martin Nance WR Miami (OH)
No more TO means the WR position is the go-to position in this year's draft. Holmes has a lot of upside, but Santonio Holmes could go here as well.

Dolphins: Jon Scott OL Texas
He falls right into the lap of Nick Saban. Could easily go to the Bills instead of Winston, and if that is the case, then look for Winston to stay in Miami.

Denver (from Washington): Marcus McNeil OL Auburn
Denver does not have a whole lot of holes, and his talent is very high. Winston or Scott could land here as well if McNeil goes higher.

Minnesota: Lawerence Maroney RB Minnesota
They need running help and he will be a great NFL back. Plus, he gets to stay home.

Atlanta: Micheal Huff DB Texas
This kid is way to good for the Falcons to pass up on. They would love to upgrade at the reciever position, but they can defintely pick that a little later.

Pittsburgh: LenDale White RB USC
The Steelers want to get back to a power game, and White is the perfect back for Bill Cowher's system.

Kansas City: Santonio Holmes WR OSU
They need some weapons to add to Trent Green's arensal. The defense could use some help as well, but Holmes is to good of a WR to pass up here.

New England: Chad Greenway LB Iowa
He will defintely give some depth to a very old LB core. Greenway is good and should be a steady addition to the Patriots. DeMeco Ryans, Ahmed Brooks, or De'Qwell Jackson could go here as well.

Dallas: Jason Allen DB Teenessee
If he stayed heathly would have competed with Jimmy Williams for top overall DB, but this was not the case. Allen will be a very good cover corner and fits in well with Bills Parcells physical attitude.

San Diego: Ahmed Brooks LB UVA
A very active and playmaking LB who would have been a top 10 pick last year. Struggled a bit with his conditioning this year in college, but playing for a contender should get him going.

Tampa Bay: De'Qwell Jackson LB Maryland
Jackson is going to be a stud, and is the heir apparent to Derek Brooks as an impact LB for the Bucs. May end up being the best player taken in this draft when all is said and done (and that is including Reggie Bush).

Chicago: Marcedes Lewis TE UCLA
The Bears are fine on defense, and they sorely need offensive help. Lewis is a stud and will provide a great weapon for whoever is their QB.

Jacksonville: Tye Hill DB Clemson
They are in need of secondary help badly, and Hill seems to be a bigtime up and comer on everyone's draft boards. Jason Allen could go here if the Cowboys take Hill.

Carolina: Max-Jean Gilles OL UGA
They could use some line help and Gilles is way too talented to not take here.

New York Giants: Daryn Colledge Boise St.
The Giants' problems with their line have been well documentated and Colledge is way underrated because of the blue turf he plays on.

Cinncinnati: Claude Wroten DT LSU
They have needed DT help ever since the beggining of the Marvin Lewis era, and Wrotten should provide help there. Trading up for Ngata is a strong possiblity.

Denver: Rodrique Wright DT Texas
The upside is huge and Denver can afford to take a risk with two first-rounders.

Seattle: DeMeco Ryans LB Alabama
Ryans is a complete LB who improved every year during his time at Alabama. Ryans is the best LB in the draft, but is much less heralded than the others who have been picked before him. Seattle makes their defense better by a bunch with this pick.

Indianapolis: Vernon Davis TE Maryland
The Colts have virtually no weaknesses, but could use an upgrade at TE. Davis is a very raw NFL talent and Tony Dungy can groom him to be a stud for a long time. Davis has an excellent workout regiment and great work ethic and that could translate to a very successful NFL tenure.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 14, 2005 4:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm not really a fan of him...I like McNeil if we don't get D'brick.

But if Donahoe/Mularky are still here its a good guess because they really like guys from the U to please Willis and make him think there is more to life than money.
"Dear Bills, it's not too late to circle the wagons" - Chris Berman
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 15, 2005 9:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I would prefer Ngata but id be happy with Winston
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2005 6:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'd really like us to focus on the OL this year with teh first pick but do not want to reach for Winston or the texas tackle. IF we can not get Ferguson then let's see about trading down.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 13, 2006 7:37 pm    Post subject: NOT WINSTON Reply with quote

I really dont think winston is that good because for one his performance in the peach bowl was pathetic he gave up 3 sacks and numerous QB presseures. Also he is injury prone and the bills need a healthy long term LT that will help J.P out for a long time. If ferguson falls to us at 8 then i say we take him otherwise haloti ngata is out best bet
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