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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2007 3:17 pm    Post subject: The Duke's 2 Rd Pre-Combine Mock Reply with quote

I'll reassess this after the combine:

2007 NFL Draft

Round One
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1. Oakland Raiders (2-14 .555) - Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech

In the end I think you have to take the best player in the draft, almost regardless of what position they play. Fact of the matter is that the Raiders are not super-bowl contenders next year no matter who they pick here, and Johnson is the player that will impact the franchise the most over the long term. Moss and Porter are both likely on their way out of Oakland and ROn Curry is no better than a solid #2 WR. Johnson gives Oakland the biggest WR threat to come out of the draft since Randy Moss, but without the attitude problems.

2. Detroit Lions (3-13 .523) - Joe Thomas, LT, Wisconsin

Jeff Backus' big contract or not, the Lions need to take Joe Thomas. A history of taking the "sexy" pick has backfired in epic proportions on the Lions and they need to rebuild up front if they want to build the team into a contender. Move Backus over to RT and have a good pair of bookend tackles and you are getting a lot closer to a good offensive line, something that hasn't been seen in the motor city in a good many year.

3. Cleveland Browns (4-12 .535) - Adrian Peterson, RB, Oklahoma

Thomas would be the pick, but he's in Detroit. Crennell and Savage need an impact player that will yield some results this year and they do that by replacing the very perdestrian Reuben Droughns with the extremely explosive Adrian "All Day" Peterson. If it weren't for his collarbone AD would be the #1 draft prospect over even Calvin Johnson. Doctors are confident that it is healed stronger than before so the Browns pickup a franchise running back who has 2000 yard potential.

4. Tampa Bay Buccanneers (4-12 .535) - Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame

With Thomas gone, Simms average when healthy, and Gradkowski showing no mor epromise than as a decent spot backup, Gruden takes what he has never had before, a franchise quarterback. Quinn is slipping now, but he will light up his pro day to re-overtake Russell as the top QB prospect. Quinn has a strong arm, has run an NFL system, and will be the player that Gruden's offensive mind has been waiting for since he became a head coach in the NFL.

5. Arizona Cardinals (5-11 .500) - Jamal Anderson, DE, Arkansas

The Cards would love to draft Joe Thomas, but don't want to give up the picks it would take to move up to #2 so they take what will end up as the drafts premeir defensive player in Anderson. Anderson is an elite pass rusher, and he also has the size and strength to be a factor against the run as well. Anderson is an every down DE from day one who never needs to leave the field regardless of the situation.

6. Washington Redskins (5-11 .512) - Alan Branch, DT, Michigan

When you find someone as big and as athletic as Branch, and you have a need in the interior, it would be insanity to pass on him. Branch is the rare prospect that will command double teams and still be an effective run stopper, and able to collapse the pocket on passing plays. Branch can start immeditely in Washington and make everyone behind him better with all the attention he will draw.

7. Minnesota Vikings (6-10 .488) - Laron Landry, S, LSU

What Minnesota really wants is Calvin Johnson but in the end he will not be worth the 2nd rd pick and the 2008 1st rd pick it would take to move up to #1 or #2. Landry is a leader, a playmaker, and someone who can run a defense. The Vikings pass defense fell apart as the season went along, and with an effective centerfielder like Landry the CB's can focus more on the area in front of them instead of being worried about getting beat deep.

8. Houston Texnas (6-10 .504) - Jamarcus Russell, QB, LSU

David Carr is done in Houston, and Kubiak will be thrilled that a potential #1 overall pick fell all the way to 8. Russell has all the tools and the intangebles you could ask for in a QB prospect, and he is very well liked in the region as well which will help sell tickets. Russell will start from day one because Houston will have no better option.

9. Miami Dolphins (6-10 .543) - Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson

The Dolphins underachieved in '06 and Cam Cameron has the tools already on offense to make thing happen with Ronnie Brown, Chris Champers, and Daunte Culpepper. Adams give the Fins an elite rush prospect who can play across from Jason Taylor to cause constat disruption in the opponents backfield. Admas and Taylor can form a dynamite team for now and Adams can take over for Taylor a few years down the line.

10. Atlanta Falcons (7-9 .457) - Reggie Nelson, S, Florida

The safety play was horrendous last year in Atlanta and cost them a few games which in turn cost them a playoff spot which in turn got their head coach fired. With Landry gone as well as the elite rush ends, Nelson becomes the next best option. He has good hands and great speed at the backend of the defense that should help prevent all the big plays the Falcon secondary gave up last year.

11. San Francisco 49ers (7-9 .500) - Amobi Okoye, DT/DE, Louisville

Okoye has skyrocketed up draft boards after a fantasic Orange Bowl and an even better Senior Bowl week. Look for him to continue to climb draft boards throught the combine where he will dominate the agility and quickness drills for dlineman, especially interior linemen. The 49er offense started to take life last year, now they need to get some men for their defense. At only 20 years old Okoye can be an anchor as a 3-4 DE and as a DT when they run nickle situations as well and harrass the opposing team.

12. Buffalo Bills (7-9 .574) - Dewayne Jarrett, WR, USC

Lee Evans accounted for over 40% of his teams receiving yards last season, and that alone should be explanation enough for why the Bills need Jarrett. Jarrett is a great compliment to Evans as he can be the #2 who moves the chains, makes the tough catches over the middle and created mismatches with his sizse. JP Losman finally flashed the potential that made him a 1st rd pick last year and the Bills will continue to develope him with another weapon at his disposal.

13. St. Louis Rams (8-8 .465) - Patrick Willis, LB, Ole Miss

The value of Willis really rises here as he is capable of excelling at all 3 LB spots. For the Rams he will be a SLB as they are already set at MLB and WLB, but Willis can move over to either of those positions if needed by injury or decreased production. Willis is this drafts premeir LB prospect and has a nose for the ball like no other in this draft. Willis will make tackles, and lots of them.

14. Carolina Panthers (8-8 .473) - Dwayne Bowe, WR, LSU

Keyshawn is aging and losing effectiveness, and Bowe's deceptive deep speed and very good build for a WR will compliment Steve Smith well to rejuvinate the Panther passing attack. Jake Delhomme is under fire this year after declining since the Panthers Super Bowl appearance and will need another option on offense like Bowe to quiet to whispers.

15. Pittsburgh Steelers (8-8 .496) - Levi Brown, OT, Penn State

Look for Max Starks to get huge money in free agency with it being such a thin crop of quality FA's and the Rooneys will balk at paying that much for that position. They would have been wise to resign him last year while there was still time, but now they will replace him with a younger version of himself in Brown. Brown is a big, mean, run blocking machine who will open large holes for Fast Willie and company.

16. Green Bay Packers (8-8 .500) - Adam Carriker, DE/DT, Nebraska

All the Packer fans are infatuated with Lynch, but Carriker is the player who will make a far bigger impact for their team. Carrikers size, speed, and versitility will allow him to line up at DE opposit of Aaron Kampman on run downs to give the Pack a potent run stopping dline, and he will be able to move inside to DT on pass downs letting them bring in KGB off the bench as a rush end where he will be far more effective with fewer snaps, and have a tenacious pass rush. This isn't the sexy pick for the Packers, but it will let their talneted LB's run free and make plays, and a dline with that much talent on it will make some of their own as well. Offense was not the problem in '06, and the draft has shown time and again that quality RB's can be found in rounds 3-7. Look for the them to go after the likes of Kenny Irons, Antonio Pittman, or Lorenzo Booker in rounds 3 or 4.

17. Jacksonville Jaguars (8-8 .531) - Darrelle Revis, CB, Pittsburgh

You can never have enough talented DB's in the NFL, especailly when you play Peyton Manning and the Colts twice each year. Revis is the best pure CB in the draft, and is a value pick midway through the first round. He can play in the nickle right away on defense as he adjusts to the NFL and if teams start to try to kick away from MoJO on special teams, Revis can split the field back there with him much the way Ohio State did with Ginn and Gonzales.

18. Cincinnati Bengals (8-8 .535) - Lawrence Timmons, LB, Florida State

Brian Simmons will turn 32 this season and has lost a step. While he is still a capable starter, he will have to start in the middle until Ahmad Brooks is ready to take over. Timmons is extremely fast for a LB and improved each year he was at Florida State. His kind of athleticism will create big plays and turnovers in the Bengals defensive scheme.

19. Tennessee Titans (8-8 .570) - Ted Ginn, WR, Ohio State

Drew Bennent is likely gone to FA, and Ginn is more than just a WR. Ginn is the type of explosive athlete who can be used in screens, reverses, and as a decoy that will give Vince Young more time to opperate and open up rushing lanes as the defense will always have to stay accountable to where ever Ginn is on the field. Ginn's deep speed will also keep that safety from creeping up into the box and opens up the short passing lanes as well.

20. New York Giants (8-8 .520) - Paul Posluszny, LB, Penn State

With LB now a huge need in NY, the Pos is a great choice as he is a tough, proven leader on defense. He has the ability and size to play either WLB or SLB, so he can fill the need whevere it is greatest. The 2 time Butkus winner is almost the anti-Arrington as he is very team orriented, a tireless worker on and off the field, and plays extremely well within defesive schemes.

21. Denver Broncos (9-7 .520) - Marshawn Lynch, RB, Califronia

Denver has avoided takihng RB's high in the past, the exception being Clinton Portis in early round 2, and Portis had over 3000 yards in his first two years in Denver's ZSB run scheme. Lynch will be the choice because Shanahan will want a dominant run game back to help ease Cutlers pressure in his first full year starting. Bell and Bell can get the job done as a RB by committee, but Lynch can take their offense to another level.

22. Dallas Cowboys (9-7 .457) - Arron Sears, G/T, Tennessee

With Flozell Adams starting decline with age (Did he really deserve to go to the pro bowl this year), and a year after they let Larry Allen walk away the Boys start to rebuild the oline with a versitile behemoth in Sears who can play either G or T. Personally I would leave him at G where I think he could be one of the games elite interior olinemen. He may be a very good NFL tackle, but I think he could be a great guard. Either way it improves the Boys oline and their offense in general.

23. Kansas City Cheifs (9-7 .488) - Robert Meachem, WR, Tennessee

If Eddie Kennison is your #1 WR, then you have problems on at WR. A bigger threat from the outside will both take coverage away from Tony Gonzales and give Larry Johnson more room to run if they can stretch the defense out more. Meachem set records at Tennessee and the Cheifs could really use that kind of production from the WR spot.

24. New England Patriots (from Seattle Seahaks (9-7 .453)) - Jarvis Moss, LB, Florida

Tull Banta-Cain is likely to leave in FA, and Moss is an ideal replacement with is combination of good size and a great burst off the ball. He showed what he could do off the edge in the National Championship game, and expect him to turn some heads this week at the scouting combine.

25. New Orleans Saints (10-6 .461) - Leon Hall, CB, Michigan

What talent the Saints have in their secondary is starting to age, and the Saints just need to get younger and more talented in the back end of their defense. The offense is really coming together with playmakers on the outside and a solid front 5, their dline is one of the better ones in the NFC, the staff likes thier LB's, and pass defense was their biggest weakness in '06. Hall should provide some immediate relief and be a long term fixture at CB.

26. New York Jets (10-6 .469) - Ben Grubbs, G, Auburn

Yes, I do realize they took oline with both '06 1st rd picks, and I expect it again after the immediate results it yielded last year. No RB is worth the selection here, the need at WR isn't that great, they are set at QB with Pennington and Clemens, and there are still plenty of good defenders left for their next two picks. Continuing to build up front will make a big difference.

27. Philadelphia Eagles (10-6 .477) - Michael Griffin, S, Texas

Michael Lewis is done in Philly, and Griffin will be a big upgrade in the starting lineup over Sean Considine who is better used off the bench in nickle and dime situations. Griffin has good speed and range, was a leader of a very good defense at Texas, and is great value at this point in round one.

28. New England Patriots (12-4 .496) - Daymeion Hughes, CB, Califronia

Hughes had a very good senior year and was impressing at the Senior Bowl befoer a minor injury. Even if the Pats are able to resign Samuel to a long term deal, Hughes makes sense for both depth and the future in the the Patriot secondary.

29. Baltimore Ravens (13-3 .430) - Marcus McCauley, CB, Fresno State

Sammari Rolle is celarly past his prime, and there is little depth behind Chris McCallister. McCauley had a somewhat disappointing senior campaign but he has all the physical attributes you look for in a shut down corner. McCauley will rise back up draft boards after the combine when he showcases his abilities.

30. San Diego Chargers (14-2 .457) - Sidney Rice, WR, South Carolina

Norv Turner is an offensive mind and with no major weaknesses on the team they can take the most dangerous weapon left at this point in Rice. Rice is a bit raw, but has tremendous natural ability. He can learn how to be a good NFL WR while not having to carry the offense with stars like Tomlinson, Rivers, and Gates already present.

31. Chicago Bears (13-3 .461) - Brandon Merriweather, S, Miami (Fl)

The Bears may lose Mike Brown to free agency, and while the more pressing needs are on offense the value is here with Merriweather who could have challanged Landry as the drafts top safety had it not been for the brawl.

32. Indianapolis Colts (12-4 .500) - Jon Beason, LB, Miami (Fl)

A fast, intelligent LB is what the Cover 2 needs, and after losing LB's to free agency the past couple of years, Dungy reloads for another superbowl run with a NLF ready LB in Beason.



Round Two
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33. Oakland Raiders (2-14 .555) - Tony Ugoh, T, Arkansas - The Raiders have to rebuild the oline for the future and start with Ugoh.

34. Detroit Lions (3-13 .523) - Aaron Ross, CB, Texas - Dre Bly will likely be traded and Ross is good value in rd 2.

35. Tampa Bay Buccanneers (4-12 .535) - Charles Johnson, DE, Georgia - Johnson is a steal here as he is first round talent.

36. Cleveland Browns (4-12 .535) - Demarcus "Tank" Tyler, NT, NC State - Ted Washington is 39, and the Browns need to get younger and more talented on their dline.

37. New York Jets (from Washington Redskins (5-11 .512)) - Anthony Spencer, OLB, Purdue - Mangini starts to get more 3-4 LB's and gets a rush LB in Spencer.

38. Arizona Cardinals (5-11 .500) - Ryan Kalil, C, USC - Reunite Leinart and Kalil from USC. Grimm will groom Kalil much the way he did with Jeff Hartings.

39. Houston Texnas (6-10 .504) - Rufus Alexander, LB, Oklahoma - A good WLB compliment for Demeco Ryans on an improving defense.

40. Miami Dolphins (6-10 .543) - Anthony Gonzales, WR, Ohio State - Will be a great compliment to Chris Chambers.

41. Minnesota Vikings (6-10 .488) - Justin Blalock, G, Texas - Marianeli is a smash mouth coach who will continue to make his oline one of the NFL's nastiest.

42. San Francisco 49ers (7-9 .500) - Brandon Silar, LB, Florida - ILB for Nolan's 3-4 who can run sideline to sideline.

43. Buffalo Bills (7-9 .574) - Chris Houston, CB, Arkansas - Clements is gone to FA and Houston is good value here.

44. Atlanta Falcons (7-9 .457) - Victor Abiamiri, DE, Notre Dame - Solid all around end that can stay on the field all 3 downs to replace Kerney.

45. Carolina Panthers (8-8 .473) - Buster Davis, LB, Florida State - Dan Morgan's future is uncertain and Davis can play multiple spots.

46. Pittsburgh Steelers (8-8 .496) - Tony Hunt, RB, Penn State - Bruising compliment to fast Willie. Hunt along with his team mate Brown will bring back smash mouth football to Pittsburgh.

47. Green Bay Packers (8-8 .500) - Brian Leonard, FB/HB/HBack. Rutgers - Versitility will be utilized in Green Bay where he can play a multitude of positions and make an impact. Short yardage RB, slot H-Back, or lead blocker Leonard is a player every coach would love to have.

48. Jacksonville Jaguars (8-8 .531) - HB Blades, LB, Pittsburgh - Mike Peterson is coming off an injury and Blades is good value here.

49. Cincinnati Bengals (8-8 .535) - Fred Bennent, CB, South Carolina - Tory James is gone, and Keiwan Ratliff is no better than a #4 CB.

50. Tennessee Titans (8-8 .570) - Eric Weddle, S/CB, Utah - Can play S or CB, brings more depth and talent to the Titan secondary. Value pick.

51. New York Giants (8-8 .520) - Doug Free, T, Northern Illinois - Has the frame to add weight, can be a franchise LT with time.

52. St. Louis Rams (8-8 .465) - Zach Miller, TE, Arizona State - Linehan loves to utilize the TE, and with the WR's getting older adds a new dimension to the offense with the talented and versitile Miller.

53. Dallas Cowboys (9-7 .457) - Quinten Moses, OLB, Georgia - Value pick. Wade Phillips will move Carpenter inside to ILB, and feature Ware and Moses on the outside.

54. Kansas City Cheifs (9-7 .488) - Joe Staley, T, Central Michigan - A big upgrade over what they started last year, room to improve still.

55. Seattle Seahaks (9-7 .453) - Eric Wright, CB, UNLV - Injuries decimated the Seahawk secondary last year and Wright is good value here.

56. Denver Broncos (9-7 .520) - John Wendling, S, Wyoming - Hard hitting safety to succeed John Lynch.

57. New York Jets (10-6 .469) - Quinn Pitcock 3-4 DE, Ohio State - Mangini continues to build up front, this time on defense. Pitcock is ideal as a 3-4 DE.

58. Philadelphia Eagles (10-6 .477) - Brandon Mebane, DT, California - Some think he has first round talent.

59. New Orleans Saints (10-6 .461) - Greg Olsen, TE, Miami (Fl) - Conwell is 34 and Campbell is 31. Olsen will make the pass game just that much more dangerous.

60. New England Patriots (12-4 .496) - David Harris, LB, Michigan - ILB to take over for Bruschi when it is time.

61. Baltimore Ravens (13-3 .430) - Michael Bush, RB, Louisville - Jamal Lewis is on his way out, and Bush was once thought of as a first round lock.

62. San Diego Chargers (14-2 .457) - Josh Gattis, S, Wake Forest - The Chargers will leave Jammer at CB and build DB depth with Gattis who will take over at S in a year or two.

63. Chicago Bears (13-3 .461) - Manuel Ramierez, G, Texas Tech - Can start at RG from day one.

64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Indianapolis Colts (12-4 .500)) - Earl Everett, LB, Florida - Will eventually succeed Derrick Brooks.
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I highly doubt it'll happen, but that would be a dream come true for the Chiefs.
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ryknowssd wrote:
I highly doubt it'll happen, but that would be a dream come true for the Chiefs.


agreed
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2007 3:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ryknowssd wrote:
I highly doubt it'll happen, but that would be a dream come true for the Chiefs.


I don't think it's a stretch at all. There are a lot of talented WR's at the top and one of them is going to be there at 23, and Staley will fall a little because he played at Central Michigan.
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I would rather have the bills get HB Blades in the second
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Pay_Nate22 wrote:
I would rather have the bills get HB Blades in the second


Blades is short and not a speedster like Ernie Simms so look for him to fall.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2007 3:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great vikings draft. I'd prefer Greg Olsen in the 2nd over Blalock, but I can't complain.
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browns wont pass on blaylock, we need 2 new guards
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Solid Cowboys pick - only thing I'd like to see is Higgins in the 3rd as we need some youth at WR that can become a future #1 or #2 and next years WR class won't be pretty...
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clvbrowns wrote:
browns wont pass on blaylock, we need 2 new guards


NT is a lot harder to fill than G.
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great 1st round pick for the rams, in the 2nd round though.....the rams dont really need a te (klopfenstein and byrd in last years draft) so instead of Miller i think Quentin Moses would be a better pick to play DE for the rams
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I find it interesting that you say the Packers will look for someone like Pittman, Booker, and Irons in later rounds and you have them taking Leonard in the 2nd. I guess I just don't see them passing one of either Lynch or Ginn. But hey, I would love to get Leonard.
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bwschulze wrote:
I find it interesting that you say the Packers will look for someone like Pittman, Booker, and Irons in later rounds and you have them taking Leonard in the 2nd. I guess I just don't see them passing one of either Lynch or Ginn. But hey, I would love to get Leonard.


Leonard will not be the feature RB, he will be the starting FB and utilized in many ways. The feature RB would be someone else. Not to mention the Pack may yet resign Ahman Green. Just because you take a FB doesn't mean you can't later take a RB.
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I love the Steelers picks. But I'm not sure they will use their first two picks on offense. Tomlin will want to put his signature on the defense pretty quickly. And I don't think too many teams will be willing to give up the draft pick and money necessary to sign Starks. I think we need Brown regardless of what happens with Starks, but he (Brown) will probably be gone by the time the Steelers pick. Then the Steelers will look at Carriker. But I think you are very astute in realizing that the Steelers want Tony Hunt. Overall, excellent draft and very enjoyable to read. I look forward to your post-combine draft.
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I pray every night for those first two Bucs picks. But we need a new S, C and DT, be can't worry about taking a guy who will sit behind Brooks for 2-3 years. We should take his replacement as he enters his last year. That's not this year.
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