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how is thois mock draft compared to ohters you have seen
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 12:30 am    Post subject: great mock draft 5 rounds; player explanations Reply with quote

2006 5 Round Mock

Houston Texans: Reggie Bush, USC - RB - bad pick, should take ferguson, but they said they've commited
NFL Comparision:Marshall Faulk
New Orleans Saints: Matt Leinart, USC - QB - best QB, will be a great player no matter where he goes, will start in his first year, has great vision and leadership
NFL Comparision:Tom Brady
Tennessee Titans: Vince Young, Texas - QB - a project who could be good if mcnair stays and mentors for 2 years, has the speed and the athleticism to be a pro-bowler
NFL Comparision:Slower, Better Passing Michael Vick
New York Jets: D'Brickishaw Ferguson, Virginia - OT - best lineman in draft who will end up being a pro-bowler no matter where he goes
NFL Comparision: Walter Jones
Green Bay Packers: AJ Hawk, Ohio State - LB - simply the best LB in the draft and him and barnett will create an AMAZING duo for years to come, has the speed, power, and awareness to be an All-Pro
NFL Comparision: Derrick Brooks
Oakland Raiders: Mario Williams, North Carolina State - DE - big and fast and will be an impact in either 4-3 or 3-4
NFL Comparision:Julius Peppers
San Francisco 49ers: Michael Huff, Texas - S - versatile player, but niners could take demeco ryans as his stock rises if julian peterson leaves, huff is a hard hitter, who is also good in coverage
NFL Comparision: Darren Woodson
Buffalo Bills: Haloti Ngata, Oregon - DT - great pick for bills who love this guy, ngata is humongous and will revive their terrible run defense
NFL Comparision:Pat Williams
Detroit Lions: Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt - QB - stock has risen GREATLY, but if i was them, i'd go defense, could easily go tamba hali, cutler has arm strength and accuracy but leadership is questionable
NFL Comparision:Poor Man's Brett Favre
Arizona Cardinals: DeAngelo Williams, Memphis - RB - great, underrated RB, but cards could go w/ winston justice, williams is also a great receiver with breakaway speed and ability to run over tacklers
NFL Comparision:Edgerrin James
St. Louis Rams: Demeco Ryans, Alabama - LB - great pick to fill up biggest need, bit undersized but has the athleticism and speed to make up for it
NFL Comparision Marcus Washington
Cleveland Browns: Winston Justice, USC - OT - young tackle to take over and become franchise tackle, has potential to be a superstar
NFL Comparision:Robert Gallery
Baltimore Ravens: Lendale White, USC - RB - smaller, more athletic jamal lewis (who will leave), if jamal resigns, or they go through free agency, they'll take hali, lendale was the REAL star RB on the trojans
NFL Comparision:Jamal Lewis
Philadelphia Eagles: Tamba Hali, Penn State - DE - need someone opposite kearse and hali is great and will have a great combine, has athleticism to be a star like his counterpart
NFL Comparision:Jevon Kearse
Atlanta Falcons: Jimmy Williams, Virginia Tech - CB/S - great player who's stock has fallen, but will end up doing great w/ hokie teammate; could move to safety with speed issues, but will be good there anyways
NFL Comparision:Chris McAlister
Miami Dolphins: Tye Hill, Clemson - CB - amazing cb who's stock has risen greatly in senior bowl, has the versatility of a traditional CB
NFL Comparision:Nate Clements
Minnesota Vikings: Chad Greenway, Iowa - LB - need a LB and greenway is great and explosive, with power and strength at 6ft. 4in.
NFL Comparision:Poor Man's Keith Bulluck
Dallas Cowboys: Santonio Holmes, Ohio State - WR - they take explosive young player w/ aging WR, but they could also look at oline or safeties, holmes is the best WR in the draft, with blazing speed
NFL Comparision:Slower Steve Smith
San Diego Chargers: Ko Simpson, South Carolina - S - superb player who will fit well in chargers system, will learn quickly and be a superb playmaker
NFL Comparision:Ed Reed
Kansas City Chiefs: Brodrick Bunkley, Florida St. - DT - need run-stuffers and get top tackle to stuff holes
NFL Comparision:Albert Haynesworth
New England Patriots: Bobby Carpenter, Ohio State - LB - good 3-4 LB who'll fit well w/ pats as a blitzer
NFL Comparision: Joey Porter
Denver Broncos: Mathias Kiwanuka, Boston College - DE - great end who's stock has fallen but will be a force in broncos system
NFL Comparision:Simeon Rice
Tampa Bay Bucs: Marcus McNeill, Auburn - OT - take a risk w/ him but cadillac ran behind him in college and it would be a good matchup as it was in college
NFL Comparision:Jonathan Ogden
Cincinnati Bengals: Darnell Bing, USC - S - have weaknesses at safety and get a top playmaker from a top defense
NFL Comparision:Rodney Harrison
New York Giants: Claude Wroten, LSU - DT - have great ends but need a run-stopping tackle and they get one
NFL Comparision:Cornelius Griffin
Chicago Bears: Vernon Davis, Maryland - TE - GREAT STEAL here, could easily go higher, and bears fulfill one of biggest needs with one of the best prospects in the draft, w/ great hands, speed, and strength
NFL Comparision:Alge Crumpler
Carolina Panthers: Laurence Maroney, Minnesota - RB - with davis leaving and foster a free agent, they get a top young RB that fits in their system perfectly with his size & underrated speed
NFL Comparision: Clinton Portis
Jacksonville Jaguars: Ashton Youboty, Ohio St. - CB - desperate need for CB, have NO depth, and youboty is good in coverage
NFL Comparision:Ahmed Plummer
Denver Broncos: Chad Jackson, Florida - WR - need someone to replace rod smith and chad is a similiar player, with his proven hands and agility
NFL Comparision:Darrell Jackson
Indiannapolis Colts: Thomas Howard, UTEP - LB - fast LB who will fit well in colts system and need him w/ lots of FA LB, but could go with a RB if they let james walk
NFL Comparision: DJ Williams
Seattle Seahawks: Max Jeann-Gilles, Georgia - OG - best guard in a deep class and they have old guards, and one is a free agent, earned himself a first round pick after performance in senior bowl
NFL Comparision:Toniu Fonoti
Pittsburgh Steelers: Martin Nance, Miami (OH) - WR - need a tall WR to replace burress and they get nance as a steal, but could go sinorice moss if they let randal el go; nance was a star with big ben in college
NFL Comparision:Drew Bennett

2nd Round

Houston Texans: Jonathan Scott, Texas - OT - Take their biggest need and this guy could really help them out and make bush a star, while keeping carr alive
NFL Comparision:Willie Roaf
New Orleans Saints: Ernie Sims, Florida St. - LB - have weak LB set, and this is one of their biggest needs
NFL Comparision:Mike Peterson
New York Jets: Deuce Lutui, USC - OG - could also play tackle and i see them getting a RB via free agency (edge, ahman green), so they restructure o-line
NFL Comparision:Shawn Andrews
Green Bay Packers: Brian Calhoun, Wisconsin - RB - need a RB with 4 unrestricted FA RB's and take a risk with this guy
NFL Comparision:Slower Michael Bennett
Oakland Raiders: Reggie McNeal, Texas A&M- QB – need someone to replace collins; he has outstanding versatility and one of the biggest sleeper’s in the draft
NFL Comparison: a smaller version of Donovan McNabb
San Francisco 49ers: Antonio Cromartie, Florida St. - CB - need someone cuz they are going to release plummer, and this is a steal in the 2nd
NFL Comparision:Ronde Barber
Tennessee Titans: Eric Winston, Miami - OT - Great OT who could go higher and titans need OT for aging line
NFL Comparision:Jordan Gross
Detroit Lions: Ryan O'Callaghan, California - OT - need someone to protect cutler
NFL Comparision:Levi Jones
Arizona Cardinals: Abdul Hodge, Iowa - LB - have virtually no LB and hodge would be a force
NFL Comparision: Jonathan Vilma
Buffalo Bills: Johnathan Joseph, South Carolina - CB - take him whether or not clements leaves
NFL Comparision:Phillip Buchanan
St. Louis Rams: Marcedes Lewis, UCLA - TE - a Steal and could easily go higher, this guy will be a huge force on the rams, their biggest need
NFL Comparision:Rich Man’s LJ Smith
Cleveland Browns: Manny Lawson, NC State - DE/LB - get a huge steal who fits perfectly in their system
NFL Comparision:Kabeer Gbaja- Biamila
Baltimore Ravens: Kamberion Wimbley, Florida St. - DE - take massive end as i see weaver leaving
NFL Comparision:Shaun Ellis
Philadelphia Eagles: Sinorice Moss, Miami - WR - take extremely fast WR to try complement their weak WR set
NFL Comparision:Like his bro Santana Moss
Atlanta Falcons: Darryn Colledge, Boise St. - OT - need help O-Line and colledge could fulfill that need, and he could play many positions
NFL Comparision:Jon Runyan
Miami Dolphins: Brodie Croyle, Alabama - QB - QB who's stock has risen tremendously and could be future of phins
NFL Comparision:Trent Green
Minnesota Vikings: Donte Whitner, Ohio State - S - one of their biggest needs and it will go great in system while he helps out roy williams
NFL Comparision: Slower Bob Sanders
Dallas Cowboys: Daniel Bullocks, Nebraska – S – playmaking safety to complement Roy Williams
NFL Comparision:Darren Sharper
San Diego Chargers: Kai Parham, Virginia - LB - could easily go higher and chargers get a steal while helping merriman to create great LB for the future
NFL Comparision:Nick Barnett
Kansas City Chiefs: Derek Hagan, Arizona St. - WR - once first round talent will take place of eddie kennison
NFL Comparision:Eric Moulds
New England Patriots: Elvis Dumervil, Louisville - DE/LB - needs to develop for a couple years but will fit pretty well in system
NFL Comparision:Poor Poor Poor Man's Dwight Freeney
Washington Redskins: Maurice Stovall, Notre Dame - WR - PERFECT fit for 'skins and will perfectly complement santana moss
NFL Comparision:Plaxico Burress
Tampa Bay Bucs: Anwar Phillips, Penn St. - CB - need to add depth below ronde barber
NFL Comparision:Ty Law
Cincinnati Bengals: Leonard Pope, Georgia – TE – massive TE that will be great on with their passing game
NFL Comparision: Jerammy Stevens
New York Giants: Richard Marshall, Fresno St. - CB - has a lot of potential and could succeed if develops properly
NFL Comparision:Deshea Townsend
Chicago Bears: Spencer Havner, UCLA - LB - stock has fallen but great coverage LB
NFL Comparision:Joey Porter
Carolina Panthers: Dominique Byrd, USC - TE - small, but adequote that could do well
NFL Comparision:Chris Cooley
Jacksonville Jaguars: Cameron Vaughn, LSU – LB – probably their
biggest need and they get the rising star
NFL Comparision:Ed Hartwell
Denver Broncos: Orien Harris, Miami- DT - need help on the D-Line and this guy is the BPA, top 3 DT on most boards
NFL Comparision:Shaun Rogers
Indiannapolis Colts: Charles Spencer, Pittsburgh - OG - take massive guard to open holes and protect peyton
NFL Comparision:Brian Waters
Seattle Seahawks: D’Qwell Jackson, Maryland – LB – great LB that will end up being great
NFL Comparision:Ray Lewis
Pittsburgh Steelers: Nick Mangold, Ohio State - C - hartings will be cut, so they get the top center
NFL Comparision:Olin Kreutz

3rd Round

Houston Texans: Anthony Smith, Syracuse – S – need help for aging safeties
Houston Texans: Fred Matua, USC - OG - have terrible guards, so they take this big guard
Buffalo Bills: Jeremy Trueblood, Boston College - OT - HUGE tackle to help out struggling line
New York Jets: Greg Eslinger, Minnesota - C - need an upgrade at line and could switch him to guard
Green Bay Packers: Gerris Wilkinson, Georgia Tech - LB - need help w/ old LB, so they take fast LB
Oakland Raiders: Rodrique Wright, Texas - DT - great tackle who's stock has dropped, but could go higher after combine, and wright will take over OLD tackles
San Francisco 49ers: Devin Hester, Miami - WR/CB/KR - might be a reach, but they NEED a playmaker and would help at either WR or CB
Buffalo Bills: Andrew Whitworth, LSU – OT - stock has dropped a lot, but hes still huge and productive
Detroit Lions: Cedric Griffin, Texas - CB/S - a 'tweener who will play CB and could help at either position
Arizona Cardinals: Jesse Maholena, Tennessee - DT - have terrible run D and draft a pretty big run stopper
St. Louis Rams: Ray Edwards, Purdue – DE – massive end to help out opposite little
Cleveland Browns: Gabe Watson, Michigan- NT - a massive tackle that the browns need to help terrible run D; is a big steal here in the third round, even if he is a bit lazy
New England Patriots: Demetrius Williams, Oregon - WR - have free agent WR and williams will take place of givens
Philadelphia Eagles: Titus Adams, Nebraska- NT - tackles were a dissapointment for them and they take their biggest needs
Atlanta Falcons: Stanley McClover, Auburn - DE - lots of potential and a big end to help falcons
Miami Dolphins: Davin Joseph, Oklahoma - OG - need youth on average line
Minnesota Vikings: Adam Stenavich, Michigan - OT - need someone to protect leinart and have old LT
Dallas Cowboys: Jason Allen, Tennessee - CB/S - is a 'tweener and cowboys could use help at either position
San Diego Chargers: Hank Baskett, New Mexico – WR – have old receivers and need a large target like baskett
Kansas City Chiefs: Omar Jacobs, Bowling Green - QB - once first round talent is still productive and could take place of trent green
New England Patriots:Joseph Addai, LSU - RB - a good fit for pats system and dillon is 32
Washington Redskins: Darryl Tapp, Virginia Tech - DE - would be great if he fell this far, and would be perfect for them, will have OK combine
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Roger McIntosh, Miami - LB - brooks is getting old and he needs help and mcintosh is underrated
Cincinnati Bengals: Kyle Williams, LSU - DT - underrated tackle, but will be a success in this system
New York Giants: Dontrell Moore, New Mexico - RB - underrated RB, tiki barber is old and brandon jacobs cant carry the team
Chicago Bears: Carolina Panthers: Jonathan Orr, Wisconsin - WR - a bit of a reach but this WR has great speed for his size
Jacksonville Jaguars: Jeroious Norwood, Mississippi St. - RB - underrated RB and taylor is aging greatly
Denver Broncos: Pat Watkins, Florida St. - S - a small reach but this guy is underrated and a great safety at 6-4 with speed
Indiannapolis Colts: Jerome Harrison, Washington St. - RB - a underdog heisman candidate who will fight with dominic rhodes for starter/backup
Seattle Seahawks: Greg Blue, Georgia - S - get one of the fastest most athletic safeties in the draft and will be great on team with uncertainty of ken hamlins future
Pittsburgh Steelers: Gerald Riggs Jr., Tennessee - RB - need a big RB to replace the Bus and they are between Riggs Jr. and Mike Bell, depending on who has the better combine

Fourth Round

Houston Texans: Anthony Fasano, Notre Dame - TE - carr needs a target to throw to, and they have absolutely TERRIBLE TE's
New Orleans: Will Blackmon, Boston College – CB – stock has dropped but i see him having a good workout to help him out a bit
Tennessee Titans: Oliver Hoyte, NC State - LB - dont have solid LB besides bulluck, and kassell is a free agent
New York Jets:Mark Anderson, Alabama - DE - big defensive end could be eventual successor of abraham, even if they tag abraham
Green Bay Packers: Parys Haralson, Tennessee – DE – need help there opposite KGB
Oakland Raiders: Kevin Boothe, Cornell - OG - a GREAT sleeper, could be a steal, and they have weaknesses at guard
San Francisco 49ers: Victor Adeyanju, Indiana – DE – bryant young is old and they take the speedy end
Buffalo Bills: Greg Lee, Pittsburgh - WR - a great, underrater WR that could fall to bills, and they will prob cut moulds
New England Patriots: Demario Minter, Georgia - CB - faster than people think with pretty good size at 6 ft.
Arizona Cardinals Joe Klopfeinstein, Colorado - TE - big at 6ft. 6 inches and has good speed on weakness of offense
St. Louis Rams: Dwayne Slay, Texas Tech – S - rising on value boards, and archuleta is a free agent
Cleveland Browns: Greg Jennings, Western Michigan – WR – need WR help opposite braylon and jennings is rising
Baltimore Ravens: Bernard Pollard, Purdue – S – need someone opposite ed reed and pollard is a steal here
Philadelphia Eagles: Terna Nende, Miami (OH) – LB – need a good LB with aging LB
Atlanta Falcons: Maurice Drew, UCLA - RB - steal this far in the draft but could drop because of size, but is similiar to dunn and will fit well with falcons
Miami Dolphins: Jason Spitz, Louisville - OG - need an upgrade at guard and spitz can also play center
Minnesota Vikings: Mike Degory, Florida - C - versatile lineman that could move around based on injuries
Philadelphia Eagles: Troy Reddick, Auburn - OT - massive lineman that could help out on aging line
San Diego Chargers: Alan Zemaitis, Penn St. - CB - could use some youth and size on weak cornerback set
New York Jets: Charlie Whithurst, Clemson - QB - a great imderrated QB that could end up being starter for them in rookie year
New England Patriots: Roman Harper, Alabama - S – could end up being a steal with his athleticism
Denver Broncos:Rashad Butler, Miami - OT - team prefers athleticism to size so they take this guy for depth
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Darrell Hackney, UAB - QB - need a QB whether chris simms leaves or not
Cincinnati Bengals: Ryan Sims, Ohio St. - OG - have no real needs, so they get depth at the O-Line
New York Giants: Jason Avant, Michigan - WR -have no WR besides burres so they take someone to help offense out
Chicago Bears: Dee Webb, Florida - CB - dont have that great of CB and azumah is a free agent
Carolina Panthers: Dusty Dvoracek, Oklahoma- DT - jenkins is injury prone and buckner is old so they take the runstuffer
Jacksonville Jaguars: AJ Nicholson, Florida St. - LB - stock dropped because of character but jags take him with ayodele as a free agent
Denver Broncos: Jeremy Bloom, Colorado- WR- can do alot at WR and returner with his great agility andn speed
Philadelphia Eagles: Lawrence Vickers, Colorado - FB - need to improve running game so they take the #1 FB
Seattle Seahawks: Jason Hatcher, Grambling St. - DE - rising on draft boards and take him for depth
Pittsburgh Steelers: Kevin Simon, Tennessee - LB - have great LB but lots of them are getting old so they take the rising man

Fifth Round

Houston Texans: Cory Rodgers, T.C.U.- WR- need someone besides andre, and they take speedster to replace gaffney
New Orleans Saints: Charles Gordon, Kansas – CB – need someone opposite mike mckenzie
Tennessee Titans: Charlie Peprah, Alabama – S – need safety with the rumor of not resigning tank
New York Jets: Darrel Hunter, Miami(OH) – CB – with law going, they take best available corner
Green Bay Packers: Will Allen, Texas – OG – take humongous guard to open holes
San Francisco 49ers: Stefe Fifita, Utah – NT – take the run-stuffing tackle to help horrific run D
New England Patriots: Kellen Clemens, Oregon – QB – really need backup QB in case of injuries
Buffalo Bills: Tim Day, Oregon – TE – need a target at tight end
Detroit Lions: Frostee Rucker, USC – DE – need leader on defense and they take the pride of the trojans d
Arizona Cardinals: Brad Butler, Virginia – OT – massive tackle to open holes on worst run D
St. Louis Rams: Daniael Manning, Abilene Christinian – a ‘tweener to help out at cornerback
Cleveland Browns: Travis Wilson, Oklahoma - WR -have weak WR and wilson has good size and speed
Baltimore Ravens: Babatunde Oshinowo, Stanford – DT – need someone to stuff run D
Philadelphia Eagles: Derek Morris, North Carolina St. – OT – need some help on aging line
Atlanta Falcons: Tim Jennings, Georgia – CB- one of the fastest ppl in the draft and this move could force jimmy to go to safety
Miami Dolphins: Mike Hass, Oregon St. – need a target and this is a great steal after being WR of the year in college football
Minnesota Vikings: Connor Hughes, Virginia – K- paul edinger cant get the job done, and with no other needs, they take the best kicker
Dallas Cowboys: Cooper Wallace, Auburn- TE- a great recievr with impressive hands and route running ability; knees are a concern; could play FB
San Diego Chargers: Dennis Roland, Georgia – OT – oben is really old and they take the 6 ft. 9in. monster
Kansas City Chiefs: Justin Wyatt, USC – CB – need help there and they take the player from the star team
New England Patriots: Jeff Webb, San Diego St.– WR – could be a steal coming to the draft
Washington Redskins: Owen Daniels, Wisconsin – TE – need a target at TE
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Skyler Green, LSU – WR – galloway is old and clayton is underacheiving, so they take the sleeper
Cincinnati Bengals: Bruce Gradkowski, Toledo – QB – kitna is leaving and palmer is still injured, and they need a backup
New York Giants: Omar Gaither, Tennessee – LB – need help at this position, and gaither is rising
Chicago Bears: Mark Setterstrom, Minnesota – OG – massive guard and o-line struggled at times
Carolina Panthers: Marcus Hudson, North Carolina St. – S – could use depth at this position
Jacksonville Jaguars: TJ Williams, North Carolina St. – TE – could use help at the TE position
Denver Broncos: Brett Basanez, Northwestern – QB – need a backup QB because van pelt just won’t cut it
Indianapolis Colts: Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis – K – they wont keep vanderjagt, and they take a great kicker with huge boot
Seattle Seahawks: Todd Watkins, BYU – WR – need WR help and watkins is big
Pittsburgh Steelers: Marcus Maxey, Miami – CB – maxey is big and agile

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 12:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Atlanta Falcons: Jimmy Williams, Virginia Tech - CB/S - great player who's stock has fallen, but will end up doing great w/ hokie teammate; could move to safety with speed issues, but will be good there anyways
NFL Comparision:Chris McAlister

closer to Darren Sharper i nthe Falcosn schemes. great pick
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Atlanta Falcons: Darryn Colledge, Boise St. - OT - need help O-Line and colledge could fulfill that need, and he could play many positions
NFL Comparision:Jon Runyan

good pick but not even close to Runyan. Runyan is big and slow. Colledge is sorter and quicker and smaller. Colledge is a lto closer to Lepsis.
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Atlanta Falcons: Stanley McClover, Auburn - DE - lots of potential and a big end to help falcons

great pick.
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Atlanta Falcons: Maurice Drew, UCLA - RB - steal this far in the draft but could drop because of size, but is similiar to dunn and will fit well with falcons

great pick.
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Atlanta Falcons: Tim Jennings, Georgia – CB- one of the fastest ppl in the draft and this move could force jimmy to go to safety

Jimmy is playign safety anyway. he woudl be a good Nickel back at best but at 5'7" I doubt we take him over G MArk Setterstrom here. Colledge and Setterstrom are perfect fits for our blockign scheme and if Setterstrom is there i nthe 5th we woudl be fools to not take him/
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 12:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

My god that things hard to read...I think It almost gave me a seizure.
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bad rams first pick Ryans may of fallen out of the first round he is TOO slow he is not fast i dont know where u guys keep coming up with him being fast Orlando Pace and almost out run him we would of taken Jimmy Williams

rest of the mock is decent not good but decent
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 12:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

GREAT MOCK, u covered many teams needs, although it is near IMPOSSIBLE TO READ, and is VERY similiar to a mock that som1 previously posted
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 1:21 am    Post subject: Re: great mock draft 5 rounds; player explanations Reply with quote

steph3marb wrote:
Winston Justice, USC - OT - young tackle to take over and become franchise tackle, has potential to be a superstar


Justice's arrests and subsequent suspension will eliminate him from contention for the Browns. We got rid of Ross Verba for the same reasons that we won't draft Justice.

The #1 pass rushing OLB will be taken 12th, whoever you may think that is. I feel it's Bobby Carpenter, but others don't.

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Manny Lawson, NC State - DE/LB - get a huge steal who fits perfectly in their system


This would be such a steal to find him here. But since we'll probably go pass rusher in round 1, Daryn Colledge would be a better choice here. If we were to take another OLB, Phil Savage really likes Kamerion Wimbley.

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Gabe Watson, Michigan- NT - a massive tackle that the browns need to help terrible run D; is a big steal here in the third round, even if he is a bit lazy


Sound logic. I just think we'd still pass in round 3. Demetrius Williams, Davin Joseph or Mike Hass would be better choices here, since we'll probably get Sam Adams or Ma'ake Kemoeatu to play NT in free agency.

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Greg Jennings, Western Michigan – WR – need WR help opposite braylon and jennings is rising


WR is another area we will upgrade via free agency. David Given and Joe Jurevicius are the main targets right now.

Steve Fifita and Rob Sims would be better choices here.

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Travis Wilson, Oklahoma - WR -have weak WR and wilson has good size and speed


Again with the WR? Not likely. Taurean Henderson, if available, would be a phenomenal pickup as a 3rd down back.

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New England Patriots: Jeff Webb, San Diego St.– WR – could be a steal coming to the draft


The Browns have this pick from the trade for Andre Davis (WR). If we can't sign Dave Zastudil in free agency, we'll take either Steve Weatherford or John Torp here. I like Weatherford better, since he is not only a great punter, but also a good kickoff specialist. Double bonus.

If we do sign Zastudil, it's up in the air who we'd take. I like Barry Cofield, DT Northwestern, to play DE for us.
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The lions wont take cutler. Jimmy williams would be a good pick for us. In the 2nd Abdul Hodge is probably the best pick. We wont take griffen late to play CB. We have enough mid round CB's on the roster.
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michael huff is a straight boss, he WILL be the next ronnie lott, but i thik the niners look at best available WR or even TE with their second round pick
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 1:52 am    Post subject: Re: great mock draft 5 rounds; player explanations Reply with quote

steph3marb wrote:
2006 5 Round Mock

San Diego Chargers: Ko Simpson, South Carolina - S - superb player who will fit well in chargers system, will learn quickly and be a superb playmaker
NFL Comparision:Ed Reed

2nd Round

San Diego Chargers: Kai Parham, Virginia - LB - could easily go higher and chargers get a steal while helping merriman to create great LB for the future
NFL Comparision:Nick Barnett

3rd Round

San Diego Chargers: Hank Baskett, New Mexico – WR – have old receivers and need a large target like baskett

Denver Broncos: Pat Watkins, Florida St. - S - a small reach but this guy is underrated and a great safety at 6-4 with speed

Fourth Round

San Diego Chargers: Alan Zemaitis, Penn St. - CB - could use some youth and size on weak cornerback set

Fifth Round

San Diego Chargers: Dennis Roland, Georgia – OT – oben is really old and they take the 6 ft. 9in. monster


Overall, i think it was a good chargers draft. But, OT must be higher on the needs category. As much as i hate thinking it, we might have to pass on Ko. Scott would be a great help to Rivers if Rivers is the starter next year. Kai Parham is great. Baskett is not a need. We need a deep threat, Baskett is not one. If we took Scott in rd.1, Watkins would be great in rd. 3. Zemaitis is great. and Roland is a depth need.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 2:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

HORRIBLE LIONS DRAFT.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 8:28 am    Post subject: Re: great mock draft 5 rounds; player explanations Reply with quote

First off I want to say that it is EXTREMELY hard to read this draft. as for the cowboys draft.

OT inthe first is a lot more likely. getting a WR wouldnt help because he would never play. Cowboys have shown a lot of interest in Jon Scott, so I think he would be the pick in the first.

honestly I am not really a huge bullocks fan, I think Parham in the 2nd would be a lot smarter.
Plus we could get Watkins in the 3rd, who is better than Bullocks. Watkins has better speed and would be a better fit imo.

in the 5th, we just have zero need for a receiving TE. if we were to get any TE at all, it would be a blocker, and not in the 5th.a Guard or WR would be a better fit.

Lastly, marbury sucks.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 9:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

the jets didnt get one DT? i like the first 2 rounds, but the jets need to get one in the draft
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Miami Dolphins: Tye Hill, Clemson - CB - amazing cb who's stock has risen greatly in senior bowl, has the versatility of a traditional CB
NFL Comparision:Nate Clements

I would rather have:
Chad Greenway
Ko Simpson
Bobby Carpenter
Manny Lawson

All of them would be much more useful to us. We don’t really need a CB that badly , it isn’t upon the top of the list. Even if it was I would take Cromartie over Hill anyway.


Bobby Carpenter/Chad Greenway/Manny Lawson should be the pick there.


Miami Dolphins: Brodie Croyle, Alabama - QB - QB who's stock has risen tremendously and could be future of phins
NFL Comparision:Trent Green

I would rather get one in FA, but I can buy into this pick in the second. He is really a 3rd round talent so this is a stretch here. We could use Bullocks or Whitner here as they are good safeties.



Miami Dolphins: Davin Joseph, Oklahoma - OG - need youth on average line

Good pick up for position and need

Miami Dolphins: Jason Spitz, Louisville - OG - need an upgrade at guard and spitz can also play center

We don’t need 2 guards


Miami Dolphins: Mike Hass, Oregon St. – need a target and this is a great steal after being WR of the year in college football

We don’t have a 5th rounder


You have D’Qwell Jackson dropping way way too far also.



Have already told you all this before last time. Miami doesnt have a 5th, we dont need 2 Offensive Guards. We dont need a Cornerback round 1 in the draft.
bad miami draft Sad
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 10:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Change Kyle Williams to Montavious Stanley for the Bengals and its almost to good to be true.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 10:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't see Vernon Davis falling that far in a billion years.
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