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LAURINAITIS33


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 7:28 pm    Post subject: Brand New 7 Round Mock Give me a Grade For Your Team!! Reply with quote

First round trade- Cleveland trades 3rd overall pick to Minnesota for 7th overall, 2nd rounder and 5th rounder

(extra picks for teams are compensation picks for 2006 free agency)

Please leave a letter grade in your response

Oakland Raiders

1. Jamarcus Russell QB LSU
2. Zach Miller TE Arizona State
3. Tim Crowder DE Texas
4. Darius Walker RB Notre Dame
4. Tavarious Bain CB Hampton
4. Jason Hill WR Washington State
5. James Marten OT Boston College
6. Tony Taylor LB Georgia
7. Robin Gamble DE Miles

Detroit Lions

1. Brady Quinn QB Notre Dame
2. Tony Ugoh T Arkansas
3. Tarrell Brown CB Texas
4. Gary Russell RB Minnesota
5. Jarrett Hicks WR Texas Tech
5. Brent Celek TE Cincinnati
6. Ameer Ismail LB Western Michigan
7. Tra Battle S Georgia
7. Palauni Ma Sun G Oregon

Cleveland Browns

1. Alan Branch NT Michigan
2. Adam Carriker DE Nebraska
2. Marcus McCauley CB Fresno State
3. Chris Henry RB Arizona
4. Dan Santucci G Notre Dame
5. Chansi Stuckey WR Clemson
5. Erik Robertson G California
6. John Beck QB BYU
7. Ben Stratton S Colorado State
7. Matt Toeanina DE Oregon

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1. Joe Thomas T Wisconsin
2. Lawrence Timmons OLB Florida State
2. Marcus Thomas DL Florida
3. Eric Wright CB UNLV
4. Lorenzo Booker RB Florida State
5. Steve Breaston WR Michigan
6. Chris Leak QB Florida
7. Jay Richardson DE Ohio State

Arizona Cardinals

1. Gaines Adams DE Clemson
2. Ryan Kalil C USC
3. Marshal Yanda T Iowa
4. Josh Wilson CB Maryland
5. Kevin Payne S Louisiana-Monroe
6. TJ Downing G Ohio State

Washington Redskins

1. Jamaal Anderson DE Arkansas
5. Ryan Smith CB Florida
6. Stephen Parker G Arkansas
7. David Patterson DT Ohio State

Minnesota Vikings

1. Calvin Johnson WR Georgia Tech
3. Michael Johnson S Arizona
4. David Irons CB Auburn
7. Johnny Harline TE BYU
7. Korey Hall LB Boise State

Houston Texans

1. Adrian Peterson RB Oklahoma
2. Quinn Pitcock DT Ohio State
3. Dan Mozes C West Virginia
4. Mkristo Bruce DE Washington State
5. Kevin Kolb QB Houston
6. John Talley CB Duke
7. Charles Harris T Washington State

Miami Dolphins

1. Laron Landry S LSU
2. Fred Bennett CB South Carolina
3. Kyle Young C Fresno State
4. Ryan McBean DL Oklahoma State
6. Paul Williams WR Fresno State
7. Selvin Young RB Texas

Atlanta Falcons

1. Reggie Nelson S Florida
2. Jarvis Moss DE Florida
3. Doug Datish C Ohio State
4. Maurice Price WR Charleston Southern
4. Mason Crosby K Colorado
5. Kareem Brown DT Miami
5. Nick Graham CB Tulsa
6. Steve Vallos OT Wake Forest

San Francisco 49ers

1. Leon Hall CB Michigan
2. Ryan Harris T Notre Dame
3. Craig Davis WR LSU
3. John Wendling S Wyoming
4. Damion Derosia DE Saginaw Valley State
4. Howie Fuimaono NT UNLV
4. Zak DeOssie MLB Brown
5. Kenneth Darby RB Alabama
6. Brandon Mitchell S Ohio State
7. Stanley Doughty DL South Carolina

Buffalo Bills

1. Patrick Willis MLB Ole Miss
2. Sidney Rice WR South Carolina
3. AJ Davis CB NC State
4. Dwayne Wright RB Fresno State
5. Brian Robison DE Texas
5, Leroy Harris OL NC State
6. Daniel Inman T Georgia
7. Garland Heath S Maryland

St Louis Rams

1. Charles Johnson DE Georgia
2. Rufus Alexander OLB Oklahoma
3. Kasey Studdard G Texas
4. Rheema McKnight WR Notre Dame
6. CJ Wallace S Washington
6. Kyle Williams T USC
7. Will Proctor QB Clemson

Carolina Panthers

1. Paul Posluszny OLB Penn State
2. Brandon Merriweather S Miami
3. Joe Newton TE Oregon State
4. Baraka Atkins DE Miami
4. Tyler Palko QB Pittsburgh
5. Yamon Figurs WR Kansas State
6. Julius Wilson OL UAB
7. Oscar Lua MLB USC
7. Kyle Tatum T Alabama

Pittsburgh Steelers

1. Justin Blalock G Texas
2. Lamarr Woodley OLB Michigan
3. Brian Leonard RB Rutgers
4. Paul Solai DE Utah
5. Enoka Lucas C Oregon
5. Doug Free T Northern Illinois
6. Will Gulley S Houston
6. David Ball WR New Hampshire
7. Alan Ball CB Illinois

Green Bay Packers

1. Marshawn Lynch RB California
2. Greg Olsen TE Miami
3. Joe Garcia CB Nevada
4. Mike Jones G Iowa
5. Marquay Love DT Houston
6. Mike Otto T Purdue
6. Chris Booker DE Vanderbilt
7. Matt Muncy LB Ohio
7. Jesse Allen FB Virginia Tech

Jacksonville Jaguars

1. Quentin Moses DE Georgia
2. Brandon Silar LB Florida
3. Josh Gattis S Wake Forest
4. Jonathan Wade CB Tennessee
5. Drew Stanton QB Michigan State
6. Brandon Frye T Virginia Tech
7. Reggie Merriweather RB Clemson

Cincinnati Bengals

1. Darrelle Revis CB Pittsburgh
2. Tim Duckworth G Auburn
4. Michael Stone S Maine
5. Quincy Black LB New Mexico
6. Martez Milner TE Georgia
7. Stephon Heyer T Maryland

Tennessee Titans

1. Ted Ginn Jr WR Ohio State
2. Buster Davis LB Florida State
3. Ikaika Alama Francis DE Hawaii
4. Anthony Waters LB Clemson
4. Chaz Williams CB Louisiana-Monroe
5. Andre Bennett OL Grambling State
6. Jake Kuresa OL BYU
6. Ben Patrick TE Delaware
7. Nate Ilaoa RB Hawaii

New York Giants

1. Amobi Okoye DT Louisville
2. Antonio Pittman RB Ohio State
3. Samson Satale OL Hawaii
4. Justin Warren LB Texas A&M
5. David Harris LB Michigan
6. Ed Johnson DT Penn State
7. Nathan Bennett G Clemson
7. CJ Wilson CB Baylor

Denver Broncos

1. Dwayne Jarrett WR USC
2. Michael Bush RB Louisville
3. Aaron Rouse S Virginia Tech
3. Daniel Bazuin DE Central Michigan
4. Brandon Mebane DT California
5. Juwan Simpson LB Alabama
6. Laurent Robinson WR Illinois State
7. Ed McCarthy T Yale
7. Matt Trannon TE Michigan State

Dallas Cowboys

1. Levi Brown T Penn State
2. Dwayne Bowe WR LSU
3. Jay Alford DE Penn State
4. Tanard Jackson CB Syracuse
5. Martin Jackson OLB Alcorn State
6. Ryne Robinson WR Miami Ohio
7. Matt Moore QB Oregon State
7. Jackie Battle RB Houston

Kansas City Chiefs

1. Jeff Samardzija WR Notre Dame
2. Aaron Sears G Tennessee
3. Justin Harrell DT Tennessee
5. Chris Denman T Fresno State
6. Justin Hickman DE UCLA
6. Le'Ron McClain FB Alabama
7. Nate Harris LB Louisville

New York Jets

1. Robert Meachem WR Tennessee
2. Ben Grubbs G Auburn
2. Anthony Spencer OLB Purdue
3. Kenny Irons RB Auburn
5. Scott Chandler TE Iowa
7. Brennan Spain CB Southeast Missouri State
7. Gabe Hall OL Texas Tech

Seattle Seahawks

2. Troy Smith QB Ohio State
3. CJ Gaddis CB Clemson
4. Tony Hunt RB Penn State
5. Herbert Taylor T TCU
5. Vincent Dancy S Jackson State
6. Vincent Marshall WR Houston
6. Keith Jackson DT Arkansas
7. Sam Olajubutu LB Arkansas

Philadelphia Eagles

1. Michael Griffin S Texas
2. Jon Beason LB Miami
4. Ramzee Robinson CB Alabama
5. Jusitn Durant LB Hampton
6. Danny Ware RB Georgia
7. Joel Filani WR Texas Tech

Baltimore Ravens

1. Colt Brennan QB Hawaii
2. Rory Johnson LB Ole Miss
3. Manuel Ramirez G Texas Tech
5. Kenny Scott CB Georgia Tech
5. Aundrae Allison WR East Carolina
6. Ahmed Bradshaw RB Marshall
7. Louis Leonard DT Fresno State
7. Zach Cantanese S Arizona State
7. Dallas Sartz LB USC

San Diego Chargers

1. Anthony Gonzalez WR Ohio State
2. Eric Weddle S Utah
3. Turk McBride DE Tennessee
3. Chris Houston CB Arkansas
4. Stephen Nicholas LB South Florida
5. Garrett Wolfe RB Northern Illinois
7. Jeremy Sheffey G West Virginia

New Orleans Saints

1. Tank Tyler DT NC State
2. Aaron Ross CB Texas
3. Earl Everett LB Florida
3. Clark Harris TE Rutgers
3. Dallas Baker WR Florida
4. Desmond Bishop LB California
4. CJ Ah You DE Oklahoma
5. Conrad Bolston DT Maryland
6. Brian Smith OLB Missouri
7. Lynn Sendlein C Texas

New England Patriots

1. Joe Staley T Central Michigan
1. Jon Abbate LB Wake Forest
2. Sabby Piscatelli S Oregon State
3. Johnnie Lee Huggins WR UTEP
4. Ray McDonald DE Florida
4. Marcus Hamilton CB Virginia
5. Syvelle Newton ATH South Carolina
6. Chinedurri Ndukwe S Notre Dame
6. Daniel Sepulveda P Baylor
7. Antwan Applewhite OLB San Diego State
7. Germaine Rice RB Pittsburg State
7. Tucker Peterson G New Hampshire

Indianapolis Colts

1. Daymeion Hughes CB California
3. Prescott Burgess LB Michigan
3. Victor Abiamiri DE Notre Dame
4. Marquice Cole CB Northwestern
4. Tim Shaw LB Penn State
5. Brandon Jackson RB Nebraska
6. Jordan Palmer QB UTEP

Chicago Bears

1. HB Blades LB Pittsburgh
2. Josh Beekman G Boston College
3. Matt Spaeth TE Minnesota
4. Steve Smith WR USC
5. Michael Coe CB Alabama State
6. JD Nelson S Oregon
7. Derek Landri DT Notre Dame


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 7:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

c+ fills needs but i doubt we would pass on peterson at 7
also i think we will get a cb in f/a
and u didnt give us an olinemen in first 2 rounds which is our biggest need
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 7:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Miami Dolphins

1. Laron Landry S LSU
2. Fred Bennett CB South Carolina
3. Kyle Young C Fresno State
4. Ryan McBean DL Oklahoma State
6. Paul Williams WR Fresno State
7. Selvin Young RB Texas


If the dolphins had that draft I would burn my season tickets and cancel my 20+ year season tickets with them.

that should give you a hint how much I dislike it
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 7:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I hate the 49ers picks.... We have to adress Wr and defense with our first 2 picks and you did give us Leon hall but imo we'd look at either Willis, Okoye or Jarret. I also think Revis is the best rated Cb in the draft and will be taken higher than Hall
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 7:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

D-
Joe Thomas is a bad wasted pick. We have our oline arleady set. Trueblood and Joseph and Walker.Those last 4 picks are head scracthing.

1. Joe Thomas T Wisconsin ..
2. Lawrence Timmons OLB Florida State
2. Marcus Thomas DL Florida
3. Eric Wright CB UNLV
4. Lorenzo Booker RB Florida State
5. Steve Breaston WR Michigan
6. Chris Leak QB Florida
7. Jay Richardson DE Ohio State
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 7:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A couple of things I dont like: its an OK mock draft but making a 7-round mock draft is not smart due to many Compensation Picks given to all the teams, increasing numbers of players chosen and such. Buccaneers are overall happy with O-Line, sure they could use an upgrade over LT but im thinking K.Walker will be moved to make that spot stronger, but Anthony Davis isnt bad. Bucs will get Calvin Johnson Very Happy . I like some other picks, especially Timmons and Leak but i dont believe we need Booker. We will focus on all Defense really after we get CJ..Breaston maybe if he can make something happen on Kick Returns.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 7:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Beason is a WILL backer, but the Griffin pick is great. Im undecided on the rest :\

and CJ shall be a buccaneer!
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 7:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

give the Packers Weddle if he's still there we would POUNCE on it and wouldnt even think twice! RB-S this draft theres no other way. Its been pretty much written in the stars in every Packer draft and their moms Marshawn Lynch-Eric Weddle in rounds 1 and 2. After that its do as you like, maybe a TE like Joe Newton in round 3. Then again i like the Joe Garcia pick so keep that one. Good player and original pick ill give you props for that one. but there is NO way the packers pass on Weddle under any circumstances
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 7:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

AUTBucX525 wrote:
A couple of things I dont like: its an OK mock draft but making a 7-round mock draft is not smart due to many Compensation Picks given to all the teams, increasing numbers of players chosen and such. Buccaneers are overall happy with O-Line, sure they could use an upgrade over LT but im thinking K.Walker will be moved to make that spot stronger, but Anthony Davis isnt bad. Bucs will get Calvin Johnson Very Happy . I like some other picks, especially Timmons and Leak but i dont believe we need Booker. We will focus on all Defense really after we get CJ..Breaston maybe if he can make something happen on Kick Returns.


I gave teams compensation picks compared to the last couple of years draft it is the same amount of players drafted.

I have the Vikings trading up to snag Calvin Johnson ahead of you but if he was there it would have been your pick. Tampa fans has seem for years to wait for Walker to become a left tackle and it hasn't happened. I don't believe Adams or Anderson is a better player than Thomas and he gives Cadillac a monster to run teaming with last year's picks Joseph and Trueblood. Booker is a replacement if they cut (should cut) Michael Pittman, gives them great speed in the backfield and a fine pass catcher out of the backfield on passing downs.
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San Francisco 49ers

1. Leon Hall CB Michigan
2. Ryan Harris T Notre Dame
3. Craig Davis WR LSU
3. John Wendling S Wyoming
4. Damion Derosia DE Saginaw Valley State
4. Howie Fuimaono NT UNLV
4. Zak DeOssie MLB Brown
5. Kenneth Darby RB Alabama
6. Brandon Mitchell S Ohio State
7. Stanley Doughty DL South Carolina

Your last effort was much better for the Niners. You hit all the position needs, but I think you have them way out of order in priority. Hall is good but slow so Revis or Reggie Nelson would be a better pick at 11. OT is a need but not a priority in round 2. Time to go back to the drawing board.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 7:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

C for the Cowboys. It's pretty average.

OT is a need but I think Levi Brown might be too soft.
I like Bowe in the second.

Without knowing what FA holds, they probably need a CB sooner than that. I love the Ryne Robinson pick in the 6th.

Not bad, not good.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 7:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like all the bucs pick but the 1st pick is terrible. We will go clavin there out QB is left handed so we will invest in a RT not LT and we already have a solid RT so the easy pick there would be calvin jonson.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 7:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Attention all Tampa Fans

At the top of the post there was a trade, Minnesota picked 3rd overall not Cleveland, they traded up and snagged Calvin Johnson ahead of you
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 8:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Jacksonville Jaguars

1. Quentin Moses DE Georgia
2. Brandon Silar LB Florida
3. Josh Gattis S Wake Forest
4. Jonathan Wade CB Tennessee
5. Drew Stanton QB Michigan State
6. Brandon Frye T Virginia Tech
7. Reggie Merriweather RB Clemson



The Jags will definitely take a speedy wide receiver in the first 3 rounds. I like the Stanton pick, but do you really think that he will far that?
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incinnati Bengals

1. Darrelle Revis CB Pittsburgh
2. Tim Duckworth G Auburn
4. Michael Stone S Maine
5. Quincy Black LB New Mexico
6. Martez Milner TE Georgia
7. Stephon Heyer T Maryland


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