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What do you rate this mock?
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23%
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30%
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23%
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7%
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JamMurray13


Joined: 17 Jan 2006
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Location: Cincinnati, OH
PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 11:36 pm    Post subject: Re: 2/28 POST-COMBINE MOCK DRAFT-->FIFTH VERSION Reply with quote

THE DUKE wrote:
LetItEnfoldYou8 wrote:

24. Cincinnati: DARNELL BING/SS/USC

25. New York Giants: TYE HILL/CB/CLEMSON
26. Chicago: LEONARD POPE/TE/GEORGIA
27. Carolina: GABE WATSON/DT/MICHIGAN
29. Denver: TAMBA HALI/DE/PSU
34. New Orleans: THOMAS HOWARD/OLB/UTEP
37. Oakland: BOBBY CARPENTER/OLB/OSU
40. Detroit: BRODRICK BUNKLEY/DT/FSU
44. Baltimore: ANTONIO CROMARTIE/CB/FSU


Any of the guys I have listed below wouuld be a better fit for the Bengals than Bing. Pre-combine I was a huge Bing backer but at the combine he showed up at almost 230 and was stiff, which had people talking about moving him to LB. He didn't run a 40 at the combine as he is waiting til his pro-day. Unless Bing has a great pro-day he has fallen out of the first. Bunkley however is exactly what the Bengals need. 306 lbs of soild muscle, very strong, very explosive to team with Shaun Smith to give the Bengals a real pair of run stopping DT's.

LetItEnfoldYou8 wrote:

55. Cincinnati: KAMERION WIMBLEY/DE/

63. Seattle: JONATHAN JOSEPH/CB/SOUTH CAROLINA
66. Houston: DANIEL BULLOCKS/SS/NEBRASKA
68. Oakland: ALAN ZEMAITIS/CB/PSU
69. San Francisco: DONTE WHITNER/SS/OSU
72. Arizona: DARRYL TAPP/DE/VT
90. Tampa Bay: CEDRIC GRIFFIN/CB-S/TEXAS


We already have situation rush ends in Robert Geathers and David Pollack, the Bengals don't need another. Whitner plays very much like Bengals current best S Madeiu Williams and as the Bengals like to have their S's be basically interchangable he would be an almost perfect fit to be the new SS. Great in coverage, more than solid in run support, a perfect round 2 pick for Cincy.

LetItEnfoldYou8 wrote:

91. Cincinnati: JOE KLOPFENSTEIN/TE/COLORADO

92. Jacksonville: WILL BLACKMON/CB/BC
95. Seattle: JASON AVANT/WR/MICHIGAN
ANTHONY FASANO, TE, NOTRE DAME


Klopfebstein has all the measurables that you want in a TE, but has never had more than above average production at the collegiate level. Fasano is probably the best run blocking TE in the draft and is still a very viable pass catcher and makes a much better fit in Cinicnnati.

So there is where I think the Bengals would go in your draft situation.

1. Broderick Bunkley, DT, FSU
2. Donte Whitner, S, The Ohio State University
3. Anthony Fasano, TE, Notre Dame


Duke...you are the man. I totally agree with you. I was actually thinking the same thing and was looking for your 3 guys before I even saw your post. You the man!
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RavensWin520


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 11:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Amazing second round pick, but I am not a big fan of the first round pick. There are rumors that Chester Taylor will be resigned as the starter, and John Clayton also reported that the Ravens still would like Jamal to return. I am not a big fan of taking a RB in round 1
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bleans188


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 12:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

solid first round...dont like the redskins second pick, baskett is falling, would rather have stovall

solid 3rd round pick for redskins
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ginanni3


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Location: Cal Poly
PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 12:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

i really like the niners draft.
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ILuvMyAints123


Joined: 29 Nov 2005
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 1:09 am    Post subject: Re: 2/28 POST-COMBINE MOCK DRAFT-->FIFTH VERSION Reply with quote

LetItEnfoldYou8 wrote:

34. New Orleans: THOMAS HOWARD/OLB/UTEP

40. Detroit: BRODRICK BUNKLEY/DT/FSU
44. Baltimore: ANTONIO CROMARTIE/CB/FSU
46. St. Louis: D’QWELL JACKSON/ILB/MARYLAND



Lets get this out the Saints will NOT TAKE THOMAS HOWARD IN THE 2ND ROUND. Broderick, Antonio, DQwell all would have been great there though.
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Barker_ii


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 10:11 pm    Post subject: detroit lions Reply with quote

The Detroit Lions do not need a defensive tackle this year. I think they would take Abdul Hodge in the 2nd round. IMO
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