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How accurate is this?
100%
7%
 7%  [ 4 ]
90%
9%
 9%  [ 5 ]
80%
5%
 5%  [ 3 ]
70%
13%
 13%  [ 7 ]
60%
5%
 5%  [ 3 ]
50%
7%
 7%  [ 4 ]
40%
1%
 1%  [ 1 ]
30%
5%
 5%  [ 3 ]
20%
3%
 3%  [ 2 ]
10%
5%
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0%
31%
 31%  [ 16 ]
Total Votes : 51

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 2:57 pm    Post subject: The Greatest Reply with quote

Positional Rankings
QB:
1. Brady Quinn
2. Brian Brohm
3. Drew Stanton
4. Sam Keller
5. Jordan Palmer
6. Chris Leak
7. Kevin Kolb
8. Troy Smith
9. JaMarcus Russell
10. Tyler Palko
11. John Beck
12. Drew Tate

RB:
1. Adrian Peterson
2. Marshawn Lynch
3. Michael Bush
4. Kenny Irons
5. Tyrone Moss
6. Alley Broussard
7. Lynell Hamilton
8. Lorenzo Booker
9. Kenneth Darby
10. Stevie Hicks
11. JaMario Thomas
12. Antonio Pittman
13. Albert Young

FB:
1. Brian Leonard
2. Brandon Hancock
3. Tim Castille

WR:
1. Calvin Johnson
2. Dwayne Jarrett
3. Sidney Rice
4. Jeff Samardzija
5. Ted Ginn Jr.
6. Jason Hill
7. Eric Deslauriers
8. Jarrett Hicks
9. Dwayne Bowe
10. Steve Smith
11. Todd Blythe
12. Andre Caldwell
13. Steve Breaston
14. Paul Williams
15. Limas Sweed

TE:
1. Greg Olsen
2. Zack Miller
3. Joe Newton
4. Jonny Harline
5. Matt Spaeth
6. Scott Chandler
7. Martin Rucker
8. Clark Harris
9. Cole Bennett
10. Fred Davis

OT:
1. Joe Thomas
2. Justin Blalock
3. Sam Baker
4. Levi Brown
5. Jake Long
6. Doug Free
7. Ryan Harris
8. Arron Sears
9. Mike Otto
10. Daniel Inman

OG:
1. Josh Beekman
2. Samson Satele
3. Kasey Studdard
4. Manuel Ramirez
5. Tim Duckworth
6. Brian Daniels
7. James Marten
8. Ben Grubbs
9. Robert Turner
10. Steve Vallos

C:
1. Kyle Young
2. Dan Mozes
3. Ryan Kalil
4. Kurt Mann
5. Leroy Harris
6. Mark Fenton
7. Lyle Sendlein
8. Tanner Jenkins

DE:
1. Gaines Adams
2. Quentin Moses
3. Lawrence Jackson
4. LaMarr Woodley
5. Adam Carriker
6. Dan Bauzin
7 Mkristo Bruce
8. Quentin Groves
9. Baraka Atkins
10. Chris Ellis
11. Larry Birdine
12. Loren Howard
13. Victor Abiamiri
14. Kenny Iwebema

DT:
1. Marcus Thomas
2. DeMario Pressley
3. Frank Okam
4. Quinn Pitcock
5. Brandon Mebane
6. Ray McDonald
7. Alan Branch
8. Justin Harrell
9. Jay Alford
10. Glenn Dorsey
11. Red Bryant
12. Kareem Brown
13. DeMarcus Tyler

OLB:
1. Paul Posluszny
2. Earl Everett
3. Rufus Alexander
4. Xavier Adibi
5. Dan Connor
6. Dallas Sartz
7. Keith Rivers
8. Justin Warren
9. Prescott Burgess
10. Brian Toal
11. Zach Latimer
12. Robert Killebrew

ILB:
1. Patrick Willis
2. Brandon Siler
3. H.B. Blades
4. Desmond Bishop
5. Oscar Lua
6. Thad Washington
7. Buster Davis
8. Vince Hall
9. Mike D’Andrea
10. Kelvin Smith

CB:
1. Daymeion Hughes
2. Antoine Cason
3. Leon Hall
4. Marcus McCauley
5. John Talley
6. Fred Bennett
7. Roshaun Fellows
8. Tarell Brown
9. Ramzee Robinson
10. Tim Mixon
11. DeAndre Jackson
12. D.J. Wolfe
13. David Irons
14. Chevis Jackson

S:
1. LaRon Landry
2. Michael Griffin
3. Brandon Merriweather
4. Tom Zbikowski
5. Aaron Rouse
6. Eric Weddle
7. Jesse Daniels
8. Michael Johnson
9. Wesley Smith
10. Anthony Reddick
11. Zach Catanese
12. Josh Gattis

K:
1. Mason Crosby
2. Andre Wellock
3. Brandon Pace

P:
1. Daniel Sepulveda
2. Brandon Fields
3. Eric Wilbur
4. Adam Podlesh

NFL Results:

AFC North-
Cincinnati Bengals: 11-5
Pittsburgh Steelers: 10-6
Cleveland Browns: 9-7
Baltimore Ravens: 6-10

AFC South-
Indianapolis Colts: 10-6
Jacksonville Jaguars: 10-6
Houston Texans: 6-10
Tennessee Titans: 4-12

AFC East-
New England Patriots: 10-6
Miami Dolphins: 9-7
Buffalo Bills: 5-11
New York Jets: 5-11

AFC West-
Denver Broncos: 12-4
Kansas City Chiefs: 8-8
San Diego Chargers: 7-9
Oakland Raiders: 6-10

NFC North-
Chicago Bears: 9-7
Minnesota Vikings: 8-8
Detroit Lions: 6-10
Green Bay Packers: 5-11

NFC South-
Carolina Panthers: 12-4
Atlanta Falcons: 10-6
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 8-8
New Orleans Saints: 6-10

NFC East-
New York Giants: 11-5
Dallas Cowboys: 9-7
Philadelphia Eagles: 9-7
Washington Redskins: 8-8

NFC West-
Seattle Seahawks: 10-6
Arizona Cardinals: 8-8
St. Louis Rams: 5-11
San Francisco 49ers: 4-12


Playoffs:
AFC:
1. Denver Broncos
2. Cincinnati Bengals
3. Indianapolis Colts
4. New England Patriots
5. Pittsburgh Steelers
6. Jacksonville Jaguars

Indianapolis over Jacksonville
New England over Pittsburgh

Indianapolis over Cincinnati
Denver over New England

Denver over Indianapolis

NFC:
1. Carolina Panthers
2. New York Giants
3. Seattle Seahawks
4. Chicago Bears
5. Atlanta Falcons
6. Dallas Cowboys

Dallas over Seattle
Atlanta over Chicago

Atlanta over New York
Carolina over Dallas

Carolina over Atlanta

Super Bowl XLI:
Denver over Carolina



2007 NFL Mock Draft
1. San Francisco 49ers- Adrian Peterson, RB, Oklahoma
2. Tennessee Titans- Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech
3. New York Jets- Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame
4. Buffalo Bills- Joe Thomas, OT, Wisconsin
5. St. Louis Rams- Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville
6. Green Bay Packers- Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson
7. New Orleans Saints- Paul Posluszny, OLB, Penn State
8. Houston Texans- LaRon Landry, S, LSU
9. Baltimore Ravens- Sam Baker, OT, USC
10. Oakland Raiders- Quentin Moses, DE, Georgia
11. Detroit Lions- Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona
12. Washington Redskins- Lawrence Jackson, DE, USC
13. Minnesota Vikings- Patrick Willis, ILB, Ole Miss
14. Arizona Cardinals- Justin Blalock, OL, Texas
15. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Marcus Thomas, DT, Florida
16. San Diego Chargers- Dwayne Jarrett, WR, USC
17. Cleveland Browns- LaMarr Woodley, DE/OLB, Michigan
18. Philadelphia Eagles- Sidney Rice, WR, South Carolina
19. Kansas City Chiefs- Levi Brown, OT, Penn State
20. Chicago Bears- Zach Miller, TE, Arizona State
21. Miami Dolphins- Daymeion Hughes, CB, Cal
22. Dallas Cowboys- Michael Griffin, S, Texas
23. New England Patriots- Brandon Siler, ILB, Florida
24. Atlanta Falcons- Brandon Merriweather, S, Miami
25. Seattle Seahawks- Jake Long, OT, Michigan
26. Pittsburgh Steelers- Marshawn Lynch, RB, Cal
27. Cincinnati Bengals- Michael Bush, RB, Louisville
28. Jacksonville Jaguars- Ted Ginn Jr., WR, Ohio State
29. Indianapolis Colts- DeMario Pressley, DT, North Carolina State
30. New York Giants- Doug Free, OT, Northern Illionois
31. Carolina Panthers- Greg Olsen, TE, Miami
32. Denver Broncos- Jeff Samardzija, WR, Notre Dame
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 3:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

great Titans selection.

hes the perfect pick for us, we need a #1 WR and hes going to lead our WR core for the upcoming years and give Vince Young a great target to throw to as his career moves along....

look at our top 3 Wide Recievers now:

Calvin Johnson
Drew Bennett
David Givens


that position along with the TE position will be set for us for many years......
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 4:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice Chargers pick...I don't think we go 7-9 tho.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 4:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That was a great write up. I like the Jags and Colts both going 10-6. The only thing I didn't like was the ranking of Tedd Ginn he should have been higher than 5 JMO. But other than that nothing of importance jumped out at me. Great Job
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 4:44 pm    Post subject: Re: The Greatest Reply with quote

TheBossMan wrote:

22. Dallas Cowboys- Michael Griffin, S, Texas


Ummm, why? The Cowboys are going to be dealing with Roy Williams' contract this year, and Terence Newman's contract next year. Anthony Henry is already being paid $25+ million, and we drafted Pat Watkins this year. Why in the world would the Cowboys want to tackle more money in the secondary when they'll have one of the most expensive secondaries as it is?

With so many top tier QB's available (Stanton, Keller, Palmer), expect the Cowboys to take one of those or try and trade up for a WR. If you think Dwayne Jarrett will fall to #16 (which is insane; he'll never make it out of the top 10, and will more than likely be taken in the top 5), look for Dallas to trade up for him. The only serious positions of need (immediate and long term) are QB, WR, and depth at OT.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 5:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jets pick is awful. You do realize we took Kellen Clemens in the second round this year, who has also been reported to be the most impressive of the rookie QBs so far in camp?

Don't say "you don't pass on a prospect like Brady Quinn" because you do when you already have a QB of the future, regardless of where you take him. You don't "upgrade a position" when the future of that position hasn't even played in the NFL yet, you build around your future. Trade down and selecting a WR or a RB is most likely.
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TTitanFAN32 wrote:
look at our top 3 Wide Recievers now:

Calvin Johnson
Drew Bennett
David Givens


that position along with the TE position will be set for us for many years......


I wouldn't exactly say that WR core is "set". I'd consider it "marginal". Bennett had a few good games, but teams will properly scheme against him now that he's a starter, and Givens is a whole lot of nothing special. Plus, you still have Vince Young as a QB. So it's not as if your WR's will have many catches since Vince won't be able to get the ball to them accurately, anyway.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 6:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Two things. The Bengals WILL NOT draft a RB in the first round. They have one of the best in the league in Rudi Johnson and they drafted Chris Perry in the first round two years ago. They need DE and S in the first round most likely.

Also, you have the Bengals winning the division again, but they are picking before the Steelers. That can't happen.
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kyle21121 wrote:
Nice Chargers pick...I don't think we go 7-9 tho.


you should be happy with that pick.

Dwayne Jarrett falling all the way to the #16 pick overall in the draft Shocked ........

i guarantee that he goes in the top 10 and if he doesnt then a team will pounce all over him with teh #11-#12 picks as just a BPA choice.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 7:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Perfect Vikings pick
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Thats very accurate i gave it an 80% nice jags pick
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I think Rudy Carpenter is a better prospect although I see him staying another year.

I love the respect you gave Keller.


I like how you have the Raiders picking a lot later than most do.

I think Cason is the #1 CB though.

I'll give you a 90% because it's a good effort and a great post.
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Horrible pick for the Jets. Quinn is a great player and an amazing QB but we already have the QB of the future in Clemmons. We trade down, not too far...and take Marshawn Lynch/Dewayne Jarrett
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wouldnt take Ginn, we already have a player like him, named pinkston
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 9:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

We'd take Rice over Ginn based on size and hands.
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