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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 2:14 am    Post subject: 5 Round Mock Draft Free Agency/Trades+Some pick analysis. Reply with quote

NC=NFL COMPARISSON

Trade:
Atlanta trades Matt Schaub to the Ravens for 07 2nd Round + 08 3rd/4th
Oakland trades Randy Moss to the Ravens for 08 2nd Round +4th Round

Free Agents going elsewhere: * Released by previous team*
1. Nate Clements CB signs with San Francisco
2. Lance Briggs LB signs with Miami
3. Ashante Samuel CB signs with Clevland
4. Ahman Green RB signs with Carolina
5. Leonard Davis OT/OG signs with Tampa Bay
6. Daniel Graham TE signs with New York J
7. Cato June LB signs with New Orleans
8. Jake Plummer QB signs with Houston
9. Charles Grant DE signs with Denver
10. Adalius Thomas LB signs with Philadelphia
11. London Fletcher LB signs with New England
12. Damon Huard QB signs with Minnesota
13. Michael Turner RB signs with New York J -Compensation 08 2nd-
14. Michael Lewis S signs with Seattle
15. Ken Hamlin S signs with Dallas
16. Kevin Curtis WR signs with San Francisco
17. Eric Johnson TE signs with Buffalo
18. Terdell Sands DT signs with St. Louis
19. Bobby Engram WR signs with New England
20. Eric Steinbach OG/OT signs with Tennessee
21. Adrian Peterson RB signs with Minnesota
22. Jimmy Kennedy* DT signs with New York J
23. Marcel Shipp RB signs with Pittsburgh
24. Tim Rattay QB signs with New York GIants
25. Albert Haynesworth* DT signs with Oakland



Free Agents staying:
1. Vince Manuwai OG Jacksonville
2. Dwight Freeney DE Indianapolis
3. Tony Gonzalez TE Kansas City -Got extension this week-
4. Jeff Garcia QB Philadelphia
5. Gibril Wilson S New York G
6. Bryan Thomas DE/LB New York J -Extension earlier in season-
7. Jeremy Stevens TE Seattle
8. Drew Bennett WR Tennessee
9. Patrick Crayton WR Dallas
10. Josh Scobee K Jacksonville
11. Josh Brown K Seattle
12. Justin Smith DE Cincinnati
12. Ernest Willford WR Jacksonville
13. Mike Gandy OT Buffalo
14. Kris Dielman OG San Diego
15. Corell Buckhalter RB Philadelphia
16. Hollis Thomas DT New Orleans
17. Randall Gay CB New England
18. Nick Goings RB Carolina
19. Max Starks OT Pittsburgh
20. Deon Grant S Jacksonville

Retires:
1. Brad Johnson QB Minnesota
2. Drew Bledsoe QB Dallas
3. Junior Seau LB New England
4. Priest Holmes RB Kansas City -Makes it official-
5. Roman Oben OT San Diego
6. Kurt Warner QB Arizona
7. Morten Anderson K Atlanta -Could still come back-
8. Robbie Tobeck OL Seattle
9. Tiki Barber RB New York G -Last game is Pro Bowl-
10. Kimo Van Oeffen DL New York J


1. Oakland (2-14): JaMarcus Russell QB LSU NC: Daunte Culpepper in his better years.
Team loves the big gun. Behind a struggling line his mobility and big game win gives him the edge over Brady.

2. Detroit (3-13): Brady Quinn QB Notre Dame NC: Tom Brady
Brady can develop behind Kitna and take over for the Lions. Shows good vision and leadership.

3. #Cleveland (4-12): Alan Branch DT Michigan NC: Richard Seymour
Big and has the athletic ability to play anywhere on a 3-4 line. Strong against the run and quite a pass rusher for a 335 pound man.

4. #Tampa Bay (4-12): Calvin Johnson WR Georgia Tech NC: Terrell Owens without the off the field issues.
Bucs fans want someone dangerous. Calvin is dangerous and has the ability to score from anywhere.

5. Arizona (5-11): Joe Thomas OT Wisconsin NC: Jonathan Ogden
Struggling line with Leonard Davis leaving in free agency. Huge at 6-8 315 with athletic ability. Protect Leinert.

6. Washington (5-11): Amobi Okoye DT Louisville NC: Young Warren Sapp
The teenager! Amobi Okoye is a physical specimen that can make plays from the defensive tackle position.

7. Minnesota (6-10): Dwayne Jarrett WR USC NC: Younger Keyshawn Johnson
Jackson teamed with Williamson and Jarrett gives the Vikings a dangerous offense in the future.
8. Houston (6-10): Adrian Peterson RB Oklahoma NC: Larry Johnson
Mario Williams? He could have 15 sacks a year but would not have the impact of Reggie. Adrian is big at 6-2 220 and can run between the tackles. Also, the Texans do not have any RBs on the roster that can play like this guy.

9. Miami (6-10): Gaines Adams DE Clemson NC: Julius Peppers
Teamed with Jason Taylor this pass rush just became dangerous. Must develop as a run stopper, but hes a physical beast and a steal at 9.

10. Atlanta (7-9): Laron Landry S LSU NC: Ed Reed
Landry makes plays in the defensive backfield. Hes all over the field putting hits on scared recievers and intercepting balls. Must improve against the run, but the Falcons have Lawyer Milloy and that's his strength.

11. San Fransico (7-9): Ted Ginn Jr. WR Ohio State NC: Steve Smith
Not a completely developed route runner, but his speed rumor at 4.2 has the 49ers salivating to pick him. He will provide the deep threat and can contribute on kick and punt returns. Note: Sugar Bowl

12. Buffalo (7-9): Darell Revis CB Pittsburgh NC: Ken Lucas
Not the fastest player, but he does not get beat. Makes all the tackles and shows some good ball skills. Also, Buffalo needs a CB after they loose Clements in free agency. Simpson, Whittner, and now Revis gives the Bills a young talented secondary.

13. St. Louis (8-Cool: Jamal Anderson DE Arkansas NC: Michael Strahan
His bowl game really helped him climb the charts. He was all over Wisconsin all day. Has the pass rushing skills and killer instinct. At 6-6 280 he can shed blockers and stop the run.

14. Carolina (8-Cool: Patrick Willis ILB Ole Miss NC: Al Wilson
Has the combination of size, speed, and athletic ability to take over for Morgan. Dan could possible move outside, but the injury problems force this pick. Solid tackler and above average in coverage.

15. Green Bay (8-Cool: Marshawn Lynch RB Cal NC: Curtis Martin
Not the fastest player on the field, but Lynch has the vision and quick cuts to make him a dominating force. Good size makes him the Packers pick to be a real 20+ carry a game guy.

16. Pittsburgh (8-Cool: Quentin Moses DE/LB Georgia NC: DeMarcus Ware
Has the athletic ability to make the transfer to a rush linebacker type. Teamed with Joey Porter this pass rush could become dangerous again.
17. Jacksonville (8-Cool: Levi Brown OL Penn State

18. Cincinnati (8-Cool: Paul Posluszny LB Penn State NC: Bill Romanaski, but not so nasty!
Pos is a workhorse and never quits. Has the ability to go sideline to sideline and rush the passer. Must improve in coverage. This team lacks guys with character, this guys work ethic and attitude makes him a great pick.

19. Tennessee (8-Cool: Charles Johnson DE Georgia NC: Javon Kearse
Gifted pass rusher that has good speed off the edge. Uses hands well to shed blockers and has a good combination of speed/strength moves in his game. Titans have not had a great pass rusher since Kearse.

20. NY Giants (8-Cool: Leon Hall CB Michigan NC: Deangelo Hall
This pick is a steal! It fills the Giants biggest need and provides a guy who can cover other team's top recievers. Sam Madison is over the hill, Mcquaters ia a nickle man, and Webster just has not developed.

21. Denver (9-7): Reggie Nelson S Florida NC: Troy Polamalu
Dropped to the Broncos. Ballhawk that can complement John Lynch in his later years. Lynch isn't as good as he used to be in coverage, Nelson can make him a better player.

22. New England* {SEA) (9-7): Daymeion Hughes CB Cal NC: Nathan Vasher
Good speed and ability to play both zone/man to man coverage. Immediately improves a secondary loosing Samuel through free agency. -Kraft won't pay him-.

23. Dallas (9-7):Justin Blaylock OG Texas NC: Damien Woody
The line has struggled this year. Kosier can be replace and Rivera is aging. Justin is a big force that could be a better run blocker as a guard. Capable pass blocker against the leagues biggest d tackles.

24. Kansas City (9-7): DeMarcus "Tank" Tyler DT NC State NC: John Henderson
Big talented defensive tackle. Can player either spot inside and has all the strength to excel at the next level. The Chiefs D has struggled and Ryan Simms and the other guy's just dont get it done.

*25. New Orleans (10-6): Marcus McCauley CB Fresno State NC: Jimmy Williams
McCauley is big at 6-2 and fast 4.33 40. What's not to love. This team is so fast and this pick just makes an aging corner group faster.

*26. NY Jets (10-6): Lemar Woodley DE/LB Michigan NC: Shawne Merrimen
No steroids don't worry! Woodley is a great pass rusher at the end spot. He has the athletic ability to make the transition to 3-4 rush end. Bryan Thomas and Woodley can be on the field together. Esspecially in pass rush situations.
*27. Philadelphia (10-6): Robert Meachem WR Tennessee NC: Chad Johnson
Meachem is a gifted athlete with great hands. The Eagles just do not have options for Mcnabb and this makes their attack much more potent.

*28. Indianapolis (12-4): Quinn Pitcock DT Ohio State NC: Laroi Glover
Colts are wishing either Dorsey or Okam came out, but this pick helps revamp the defense. Don't let those two games fool you. The Ravens/Chiefs aren't exactly gifted offensive attacks. Still, Pitcock is a capable player with good speed.
*29. Baltimore (13-3): Michael Bush RB Louisville NC: Younger Corey Dillon
Physical runner that can really make this attack better. Jamal Lewis has not been the same as he was earlier in his career. Bush needs to learn to run with lower pad level to excel in the NFL.

*30. San Diego (14-2: Michael Griffin S Texas NC: Lawyer Milloy
Their safeties aren't great. Also, they're not aware. Don't intercept the ball to fumble it a few yards later. Still, Griffin is a great talent that can do it all from the defensive backfield.

31. Chicago (13-3): Rufus Alexander LB Oklahoma NC: Takeo Spikes
Briggs departure leaves a void at the outside linebacker spot. Alexander has the potential to be great. Playing next to Urlacher will only help. Plays and all around developed game.
32. New England (12-4): Tony Ugoh OT Arkansas NC: D'abrickashaw Ferguson
Has the frame to add some bulk, but Kazur is not a great tackle. Brady is your franchise do all you can to protect him. Ugoh will develop into a great tackle. His pass protection is already there.


Round 2:
33. Raiders: Sidney Rice WR S. Carolina
Moss/Porter are unhappy. Moss got traded to the Ravens in my mock free agency. Rice provides a capable reciever for Russell from day 1.

34. Lions: HB Blades LB Pittsburgh
Teddy Lehman just has no cut it. Blades upgrades the defense with his combination of great skills.

35. Browns: Aaron Sears OL Tennessee
Will play guard. Helps solidify a struggling line. Now this team has Shaffer, Woody, Bentley -will be dominant after return from injury-, Sears, and air at the other spot.

36. Buccaneers: Jarvis Moss DE Florida
His pass rushing in the Fiesta Bowl made him a real impact player in this draft. Makes the D line younger.

37. Cardinals: Brandon Merriweather S Miami
Adrian Wilson is a great player, but the other safety spot could use an upgrade. Merriweather despite off the field issues is a steal at this spot.
38. Jets*: Joe Staley OT C. Michigan
Helps solidify the Jets line for years. Two great tackles in Staley/Dabrickashaw and Mangold.

39. Vikings: Jared Gaither OT Maryland
Watched a game where the Right tackle rotation was just hideous. Both guys couldn't play. Gaither has great size to be a run blocker and is a tremendous upgrade.

40. Texans: Lawrence Timmons LB Florida State
Kubiak builds the defense. The young group they are bringing in makes them capable of maybe one day beating the colts. Last year's draft picked up a few line propsects -Winston/Spencer- who will develop and start.
41. Dolphins: Dwayne Bowe WR LSU
Chambers does not have a great guy on the other side. Whoever the qb is, they need some threats. Hagan is no better then a third guy.

42. Falcons: Anthony Gonzalez WR Ohio State
Gonzalez did not get a great deal of publicity becuase he plays next to arugeable the most dangerous player in the country. Sure hands and the ability to break the big one come with Gonzalez. Roddy White/ the others just don't get it done. Maybe it's Vick??

43. 49ers: Ray Mcdonald DL Florida
Big player who can play in the 3-4 Nolan has employed in San Fran.

44. Bills: Ben Grubbs OG Auburn
Developmental prospect with great athletic ability. Helps open holes for Willis and protect the qb.

45. Rams: Josh Beekman OG Boston College
Great run blocker that makes Jackson more dangerous.

46. Panthers: Zach Miller TE Arizona State
Keyshawn just isn't a threat. Miller had qutie a career at ASU and give sthe Panthers another threat besides Smith to make this offense be more then a one man attack.

47. Packers: Greg Olsen TE Miami
Bubba is getting up there and Olsen can become a weapon in the passing game. Great on intermediate routes and can stretch the field.

48. Steelers: Adam Carriker DL Nebraska
Upgrades a front that has solid players, but not dominating forces. He's a steal at this point.
49. Jaguars: Anthony Spencer DE Purdue
The pass rush has struggled this year. They have talented guys on the inside. Two of the most talented in Stroud/Henderson. The outside needs an upgrade as Spicer is a run stuffer not a real pass rusher.

50. Bengals: Justin Harrell DT Tennessee
This team needs help stopping the run. You can't try and score 50 points to win a game in this league. Harrell dropped due to injury but is first round talent.

51. Titans: Craig Davis WR LSU
Givens is a decent player and Bennett is gone through free agency. The fact is the Titans need a playmaker for Vincanity.

52. Giants: Red Bryant DT Texas A&M
Fred Robbins/Barry Coefield played almost every snap this year. Joseph will not be back and though Fred Robbins has become dominant they need a rotation. Bryant is a big strong tackle prospect.

53. Broncos: Ryan Harris OT Notre Dame
His athleitc ability fits the system utilized by Shannahan. Right Tackle spot has not been strong this past season.

54. Seahawks: Aaron Rouse S Virginia Tech
They got Hamlin to stay whos had a dominant season. Boulware has been lost in coverage this year and this team has struggled to stop the pass. Rouse must develop in that area, but has the skillset to play.

55.Cowboys: Chansi Stuckley WR Clemson
Speed to make plays and take over for Gleen in a few years. Great 3rd option or 2nd if Owens is a goner.

56. Chiefs: Jeff Sumardizja WR Notre Dame
Hes Ed McCafrey with better speed. Need I say more and need I say why the Chiefs should pick him. BTW, as a Jets fan thanks for taking Herman off our hands.
57. Saints: Victor Abiamiri DE Notre Dame
Grant leaving through free agency leaves a spot to fill. Abiamiri can do that with his speed off the edge.

58. Jets: Brian Leonard FB Rutgers
Pats mold. His versatility and ability to help Pennington in the short passing game make him a great pick. Hes a real, "Character Player."

59. Eagles: Eric Weddle S Utah
Michael Lewis is gone and Constandine is not a good safety. Watched and NFL films thing where P. Manning saw him in one on one coverage with Reggie Wayne and calls out his number and deep pass touchdown. Hes not so good, but Weddle is a great player. Does not complement the skill of Dawkins, but hes a big physical force.

60. Buccaneers*: Fred Bennett CB S. Carolina
Ronde is aging the rebuilding of this defense continues. Bennett has great size and ball skills.

61. Falcons*: Chris Henry RB Arizona
Dunn is getting up there and not a pounder in the red zone. Do not see Norwood as a great player, but Henry will suprise at the combine and show why hes worth this pick.

62. Chargers: Buster Davis ILB Florida State
Inside guys are old and loosing a steph. Buster is a fast player. The defense thrives on speed.

63. Bears: Kyle Young OL Fresno State
Slot him in at guard. Thats where the Bears need him. Good blocker with great recognition and foot drive.

64. Patriots: Tom Zibakowski S Notre Dame
Probably early for his skillset, but the Pats will love his character/work ethic. Weis will reccomend him and he can play with Harrison or take over when that aging vets hangs up the cleats or gets hurt next year. -He does every year-

Round 3
65. Raiders: Doug Free OT N. Illisnois
66. Lions: Kenny Irons RB Auburn
67. Browns: Antonio Pittman RB Ohio State
68. Buccaneers: Troy Smith QB Ohio State
69. Cardinals: Brandon Siler LB Florida
70. Redskins:Dan Bazuin DE C. MIchigan
71. Vikings: Melvin Bullit S Texas A&M
72. Texans: Brandon Mebane DT Cal
73. Dolphins:Brandon Frye OT Virginia Tech
74. Falcons: Earl Everett LB Florida
75. 49ers:David Harris ILB Michigan
76. Bills: Tim Crowder DE Texas
77. Rams:Baraka Adkins DT Miami
78. Panthers: Colt Brennemen QB Hawaii
79. Packers: Matt Spaeth TE Michigan
80. Steelers: Andre Caldwell WR Florida
81. Jaguars: Drew Stanton QB Michigan State
82. Bengals -Pick Forfeited Ahmad Brooks-
83. Titans: Stephen Heyer OT Clemson
84. Giants: David Inman OT Georgia
85. Broncos: Kenneth Darby RB Alabama
86. Seahawks: Manuel Ramirez OG Texas Tech
87. Cowboys: Tarrell Brown CB Texans
88. Chiefs: Erick Wright CB UNLV
89. Saints: Tyler Ecker TE Michigan
90. Jets: Jon Abbate ILB Wake Forest
91. Eagles: Tony Hunt RB Penn State
92. Colts: Jon Beason LB Miami
93. Ravens: Xavier Abibi LB Virginia Tech
94. Chargers: Dallas Baker WR Florida
95. Bears: Herbert Taylor OT TCU
96. Patriots: Stewart Bradley LB Nebraska

Round 4
97. Raiders: Marcus Thomas DT Florida
98. Lions: Jonathan Wade CB Tennessee
99. Browns: A.J. Davis CB NC State
100. Buccaneers: Louis Leonard DT Fresno State
101. Cardinals: Ryan Kalil C USC
102. Redskins: Brian Daniels OG Colorado
103. Vikings: Joe Newton TE Oregon State
104. Texans: Samson Satele OL Hawaii
105. Dolphins: Doug Datish OL Ohio State
106. Falcons: Tanard Jackson CB Syracuse
107. 49ers: Lorenzo Booker RB Florida State
108. Bills: Dan Connor LB Penn State
109. Rams: Dallas Startz LB USC
110. Panthers: Steve Smith WR USC
111. Packers: Travarous Bain CB Hampton
112. Steelers: Enoka Lucas OL Oregon
113 Jaguars: Mkristo Bruce DE Washington State
114. Bengals: Tim Duckworth OG Auburn
115. Titans: Dan Mozes C West Virginia
116. Giants: Jason Hill WR Washington State
117. Broncos: Jarrett Hicks WR Texas Tech
118. Seahawks: Dan Bazuin DE C. Michigan
119. Cowboys: Josh Gattis S Wake Forest
120. Chiefs: Daniel Francis CB LSU
121. Saints: Mason Crosby K Colorado
122. 49ers*: Marquice Cole CB Northwestern
123. Eagles: Ikaika Alama-Francis DE Hawaii
124. Colts: Jay Moore DE Nebraska
125. Ravens: Justin Durant ILB Hampton
126. Chargers: C.J Gaddis CB Clemson
127. Bears: Clark Harris TE Rutgers
128. Patriots:

Round 5
129. Raiders: Marcus Hamilton CB Virginia
130. Lions: Adam Koets OT Oregon State
131. Browns: Johnnie Lee Higgins WR UTEP
132. Buccaneers: JD Nelson S Oregon
133. Cardinals: John Talley CB Duke
134. Redskins: Jordan Palmer QB UTEP
135. Vikings: Brian Crum LB Florida
136. Texans: Paul Williams WR Fresno State
137. Dolphins: Jay Alford DT Penn State
138. Falcons: Chris Leak QB Florida
139. 49ers: Jeremy Clark DT Alabama
140: Bills: Steve Breaston WR Michigan
141: Rams: Oscar Lua ILB USC
142. Panthers: Jordan Grimes OG Purdue
143. Packers: Barry Richardson OT Auburn
144. Steelers: John Bowie CB Cincinnati
145. Jaguars: Aundrae Allison WR E. Carolina
146. Bengals: Scott Chandler TE Iowa
147. Titans: Anthony Waters LB Clemson
148. Giants: Garrett Wolfe RB N. Illisnois
149. Broncos: Tim Shaw LB Penn State
150. Seahawks: Dan Murray TE U Conn
151. Cowboys: John Sullivan C Notre Dame
152. Chiefs: Kevin Kolb QB Houston
153. Saints: Kelvin Smith ILB Syracuse
154. Jets: Joel Filani WR Texas Tech
155. Eagles: Daniel Parish OT Florida A&M
156: Colts: Dan Santucci OG Notre Dame
157: Ravens: Sedrick Ellis DT USC
158: Chargers: Cory Anderson FB Tennessee
159: Bears: Anthony Reddick S MIami
160: Patriots: Derek Landri DL Notre Dame
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 2:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Once I saw you having the Browns make only one free agent signing I figured this would be kinda ridiculus.

No way do the Browns stick at 3 and end up taking Branch. While they need help on the lines, they need way more help on the offensive line than they do on the defensive line. And if your not having them address it in free agency they are going to have to do it in the draft. No way they pass on Thomas.

Carricker or Harrell in the second round and Manuel Ramirez in the 3rd. then we could think about Baraka atkins and Samson Satele.
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Decent signing in Damon Huard, but I doubt we make the signing because Brad Childress has already said he is confident with going into next season with Tarvaris Jackson and Brooks Bollinger.
Peterson would not be a good signing for us. We have Chester Taylor as our workhorse, Mewelde Moore as our 3rd down back, plus Artose Pinner and Ciatrick Fason for depth.

Great 1st rounder and explanation.
Excellent 2nd, Gaither would be an excellent RT for us.
Haven't heard much about Bullitt, but a young S is a big need so decent pick.
Good 4th, but if we release Jermaine Wiggins (We probably will) then signing a TE (Like Daniel Graham) in FA becomes a much bigger need. A more athletic TE like Martrez Miler would also be considered here.
Depth at SLB is a need, so, good 5th.
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The eagles won;t have their third or fourth depending on the stallworth situation.

As for the Eagles offense, our "lack of weapons" was somehow good enough for the second best offense this year, we have no needs on offense even if stallworth leaves. Seriously have you seen the Eagles offense play once this year?
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 3:09 am    Post subject: Re: 5 Round Mock Draft Free Agency/Trades+Some pick analysis Reply with quote

chadwickfab wrote:
NC=NFL COMPARISSON
1. Nate Clements CB signs with San Francisco
16. Kevin Curtis WR signs with San Francisco
17. Eric Johnson TE signs with Buffalo


These seem pretty consistant with what I expect.

EJ and the niners are talking extention, nothing is for sure, but I doubt he leaves SF


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11. San Fransico (7-9): Ted Ginn Jr. WR Ohio State NC: Steve Smith
Not a completely developed route runner, but his speed rumor at 4.2 has the 49ers salivating to pick him. He will provide the deep threat and can contribute on kick and punt returns. Note: Sugar Bowl


TERRIBLE, TERRIBLE pick, Mike Nolan has said repeatedly that he likes big players over small players, Ginn doesn't fit on the niners squad, and the comparison to SS is bad also, sure Ginn is probably faster than SS, but he doesn't have anywhere near the lower body strength and will not have the YAC that SS has. Best pick at this position is probably Reggie Nelson.


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43. 49ers: Ray Mcdonald DL Florida
Big player who can play in the 3-4 Nolan has employed in San Fran.

Great pick, but doesn't make up for the last one.

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75. 49ers:David Harris ILB Michigan

I don't know much about Harris, but it is a position of need, so I'll give you a pass.

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102. Redskins: Brian Daniels OG Colorado

This pick belongs to the niners after the brandon lloyd trade last year.

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107. 49ers: Lorenzo Booker RB Florida State


I wouldn't mind taking a chance a Booker here, good pick.

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122. 49ers*: Marquice Cole CB Northwestern

Don't know Cole, but is obviously a position of need.

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139. 49ers: Jeremy Clark DT Alabama


Good pick
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nvm
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Good first round pick for the Saints. Good second round pick if Grant leaves.

Bad third round pick. Ecker is a huge reach. The Saints would take Abbate without a doubt there.

Bad fourth round pick. John Carney is a great kicker. We'll worry about replacing him when the time comes. No need to waste a pick.

For the second time, the Saints have the Chiefs 4th round pick and the Eagles 4th round pick (if they don't re-sign Stallworth).
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Turner for an 08 2nd? That's like trading him for a 3rd this year, which is not good value. At least you have us resigning Dielman, which is hopefully accurate.

Griffin is a good pick.

Buster Davis isn't. We have 2 young guys ready to start next year at ILB. Them, along with Merriman and Philips will be a talented and young linebacking group.

I never like taking a receiver from Florida, and Baker is no exception.

Our 4th and 5th round picks are pretty good.
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Shoot me if the Steelers end up with that draft. They will definitly go OL and CB before WR. DL is more of a luxury pick since they don't really need it this year. If someone such as Moses is there and he peaks their interest, maybe but otherwise, they go OL or CB. And Marcel Shipp? Where'd that come from? I think Najeh played well for us and he sticks around. As long as they re-sign Max Starks, I'll be content with their signings.
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love the jets picks but do you actually think they could get all those guys in free agency, i think it might be tough.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 4:02 am    Post subject: Re: 5 Round Mock Draft Free Agency/Trades+Some pick analysis Reply with quote

chadwickfab wrote:
NC=NFL COMPARISSON

Trade:

Oakland trades Randy Moss to the Ravens for 08 2nd Round +4th Round

Albert Haynesworth* DT signs with Oakland

1. Oakland (2-14): JaMarcus Russell QB LSU NC: Daunte Culpepper in his better years.
Team loves the big gun. Behind a struggling line his mobility and big game win gives him the edge over Brady.

33. Raiders: Sidney Rice WR S. Carolina
Moss/Porter are unhappy. Moss got traded to the Ravens in my mock free agency. Rice provides a capable reciever for Russell from day 1.

65. Raiders: Doug Free OT N. Illisnois

97. Raiders: Marcus Thomas DT Florida

129. Raiders: Marcus Hamilton CB Virginia



Moss will be traded this year. Haynesworth would be a nice FA signing. 1) Insert Adrian Peterson. I think Raiders will have 1st pick next year and select Brohm. 2) Nice pick. 3) Raiders are already too young at OL. Insert skill position on offense here. 4) Nice pick even though you have the Raiders signing Haynesworth. 5) No no no, not another CB. Insert a kicker to challenge Sea Bass.
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Greatest mock draft for the Cardinals that I have ever seen.
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It really doesn't make any sense that you don't have the Packers making any free agent signings. They have around 28 million available in cap space, that's near the tops in football, with that total they ARE going to make a few signings.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 2:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

There is a 0% chance that the Eagles draft a WR in the first round. 0%.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 2:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

miami has a ton of money and the owner has said he will spend like crazy yet you have us signing nobody. Hmm what is up with that?


9. Miami (6-10): Gaines Adams DE Clemson NC: Julius Peppers
Teamed with Jason Taylor this pass rush just became dangerous. Must develop as a run stopper, but hes a physical beast and a steal at 9.

like the pick

41. Dolphins: Dwayne Bowe WR LSU
Chambers does not have a great guy on the other side. Whoever the qb is, they need some threats. Hagan is no better then a third guy.

that pick isnt worth that much value there honestly. Also the Vikings pick 41st, texans pick 39th and we pick 40th
the mock flips around rotating for the draft order in later rounds.


So give us Jared Gaither there


73. Dolphins:Brandon Frye OT Virginia Tech

not a big fan of the pick give us Andre Caldwell or Manuel Ramirez instead


105. Dolphins: Doug Datish OL Ohio State

doesnt have the size that houck looks for
Steve smith could be a nice pick up there.
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