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PostPosted: Sat Mar 25, 2006 10:54 pm    Post subject: rmb31's NEW 2-round mock 3/25/06 (feedback appreciated) Reply with quote

There are no trades because there aren't many made and they are hard to predict. If you criticize a pick, please give a reason and a player you would rather have. If you want an explanation for a pick, I will try to make it clear.

Round One

1. Houston- Reggie Bush RB USC

Obvious pick. Bush is a rare prospect that will open up the Texans offense because he can do more than run.

2. New Orleans- D'Brickashaw Ferguson OT UVA

Ferguson and Jamaal Brown will provide a nice pocket of protection for Drew Brees and will open holes for Deuce.

3. Tennessee- Matt Leinart QB USC

Titans grab the best QB prospect in the draft to be their QB of the future. He will be reunited with Norm Chow and learn form one of the best QBs on the NFL, Steve McNair.

4. New York Jets- A.J Hawk OLB OSU

Jets are switching to a 3-4 defense and will need more LBs. An excellent pick here for New York as they take the best LB in the draft.

5. Green Bay- Mario Williams DE NC State

IMO the best defensive prospect in the draft. He will provide an instant upgrade for the Pack's D-line. He said he would embrace playing in Green Bay.

6. San Francisco- Vernon Davis TE Maryland

San Fran needs to give Alex Smith some weapons. Vernon Davis
produced well in college and is an athletic freak.

7. Oakland- Vince Young QB Texas

They pick Vince to be the possible future QB. He will compete with Andrew Walter for the starting spot. He is a proven winner and has the potential to be the best player in this draft.

8. Buffalo- Michael Huff DB Texas

The loss of Lawyer Milloy opens up a hole at safety. Ngata could also be the picks, but Marv Levy has stated he wants smaller DTs and IMO Huff is a better prospect than Ngata.

9. Detroit- Jimmy Williams DB Va. Tech

Detroit's secondary needs help bad. They take this guy to be their cover safety. He was an excellent college corner who should make a smooth transition to FS.

10. Arizona- Haloti Ngata DT Oregon

Arizona needs help with their run defense and all their DTs are small penetrators. Ngata can take on multiple blockers and hold up at the line and has surprising athleticism for someone who is 338 lbs.

11. St. Louis- Broderick Bunkley DT FSU

The loss of Pickett leaves a big hole at DT. Damione Lewis isn't anyone to brag about and Bunkley is probably yhe best pick for the Rams.

12. Cleveland- Manny Lawson OLB NC State

Cleveland shored up its O-line problems with Shaffer and Bentley in FA. But their pass rush was non existent last year. They were last in the league in sacks and Manny should change that immediately.

13. Baltimore- Winston Justice OT USC

The Ravens' O-line is aging quickly. Justice is the best OT prospect on the board and could be Ogden's eventual replacement.

14. Philadelphia- Chad Greenway OLB Iowa

Don't be fooled by this guy's combine. He is a player. He excels when he can make plays in space and is an excellent tackler. He will boost the Eagles LB corps.

15. Denver- Santonio Holmes WR OSU

Rod Smith can't play forever and Lelie might not be #1 WR material. Holmes could be that guy. He is a good route runner with excellent speed.

16. Miami- Tye Hill CB Clemson

With Madison gone, they need another CB. Hill and Travis Daniels would form a good young duo. Hill backed up his college production with good combine numbers.

17. Minnesota- Jay Cutler QB Vanderbilt

Brad Johnson is not the long term solution at QB and the Vikings would be ecstatic if they could land Cutler without moving up.

18. Dallas- Bobby Carpenter OLB OSU

Another excellent player from OSU. Dallas had 5 LBs go on IR last year. Carpenter and Burnett will fight it out for the other OLB spot opposite DeMarcus Ware.

19. San Diego- Ko Simpson S South Carolina

Marlon McCree was added to be their SS, so they grab the ballhawk to play FS. He has a nose for the ball and is a big playmaker.

20. Kansas City- Chad Jackson WR Florida

The CHiefs WRs haven't been spectacular. Jackson would provide an upgrade and give that offense another weapon.

21. New England- DeAngelo Williams RB Memphis

Surprising that he falls that far, but New England isn't complaining. He could be an elite back in this league and will eventually replace Corey Dillon.

22. Denver- Tamba Hali DE Penn State

The Broncos would like to improve their D-line. Hali is a good player against the run and the pass. Broncos get one of the most balanced D-linemen in the draft.

23. Tampa Bay- Marcus McNeill OT Auburn

This guy is massive. He will fill Tampa's biggest need and is an excellent run blocker and pass blocker (0 sacks during senior year).

24. Cincinnati- Gabe Watson DT Michigan

Big risk hers, but the Bengals run defense was just terrible last year. So they pick him up hoping he will become the big body in the middle that they need.

25. New York Giants- Ernie Sims

The Giants were running through new LBs every week at the end of the season. They addressed their secondary needs in FA, so LB is the way to go.

26. Chicago- Leonard Pope TE Georgia

The Bears need a red zone target to take the next step forward. He is an excellent pass catcher in addition to being a good blocker. Also has great size and comes from a school that has produced great NFL TEs.

27. Carolina- LenDale White RB USC

DeShaun Foster is too injury prone to be trusted as the feature back. WHite fits John Fox's style of hard-nosed running like when Stephen Davis was their runningback.

28. Jacksonville- Antonio Cromartie CB FSU

This could be a major steal for the Jaguars. He has excellent measureables and when he plays, he is a playmaker. If he didn't get hurt, he probably would be the best CB prospect in this draft.

29. New York Jets- Nick Mangold C OSU

Jets need a center after letting Kevin Mawae go this offseason. Getting Mangold would allow the Jets to move Pete Kendall back to his natural guard position. They need to protect Martin and Pennington this year.

30. Indianapolis- Laurence Maroney RB Minnesota

Edge leaving Indy is a HUGE loss for the Colts. They hope Maroney can step in and be productive. A respectable running game was the only thing keeping Peyton Manning on his feet.

31. Seattle- Max-Jean Gilles OG Georgia

Obvious pick for the Seahawks because Hutch left and Gray is getting old.

32. Pittsburgh- Donte Whitner S OSU

He can step in the FS spot that was left by Chris Hope. He is an excellent cover guy and has the "Steeler mentality". He is always looking to hit someone and the Steelers will be intrigued by it.

Round Two

33. Houston- Jonathan Scott OT Texas
34. New Orleans- DeMeco Ryans OLB Alabama
35. New York Jets- Eric Winston OT Miami (FL)
36. Green Bay- Taitusi Lutui OG USC
37. San Francisco- Richard Marshall CB Fresno State
38. Oakland- Darnell Bing SS USC
39. Tennessee- D'Qwell Jackson ILB Maryland
40. Detroit- Mathias Kiwanuka DE BC
41. Arizona- Omar Jacobs QB Bowling Green
42. Buffalo- Andrew Whitworth OT LSU
43. Cleveland- Kamerion Wimbley DE FSU
44. Baltimore- Kelly Jennings CB Miami (FL)
45. Philadelphia- Claude Wroten DT LSU
46. St. Louis- Thomas Howard OLB UTEP
47. Atlanta- Daryn Colledge OT Boise State
48. Minnesota- Abdul Hodge ILB Iowa
49. Dallas- Jason Allen DB Tennessee
50. San Diego- Charles Spencer OG Pittsburgh
51. Minnesota- Maurice Stovall WR Notre Dame
52. New England- Kai Parham ILB UVA
53. Washington- Daryl Tapp DE Va. Tech
54. Kansas City- Ashton Youboty CB OSU
55. Cincinnati- Cedric Griffin DB Texas
56. New York Giants- Sinorice Moss WR Miami (FL)
57. Chicago- DeMario Minter CB Georgia
58. Carolina- Spencer Havner OLB UCLA
59. Tampa Bay- Jesse Mahelona DT Tennessee
60. Jacksonville- Marcedes Lewis TE UCLA
61. Denver- Brodie Croyle QB Alabama
62. Indianapolis- Roger "Rocky" McIntosh OLB Miami (FL)
63. Seattle- Martin Nance WR Miami (OH)
64. Pittsburgh- Rodrique Wright DT Texas
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 25, 2006 10:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

BEST GIANTS MOCK IVE EVER SEEN

Note to everyone: This is how you make an amazing/perfect giants mock



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PostPosted: Sat Mar 25, 2006 11:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm not sure we are looking for a CB in the first round because we signed Brian Williams.

Lewis would be a huge steal at pick 60, but I doubt he's still there.
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Awesome Buffalo picks!!!!
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 25, 2006 11:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

man i should slap u twice for syin the niners take that guy in the second. Niners will either select linebacker, youboty, or wide reciver
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PERFECT TITANS DRAFT . I LOVE IT
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Jets fan VERY happy. We're getting drunk with the Giants fans over this mock.
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49ersFan03 wrote:
man i should slap u twice for syin the niners take that guy in the second. Niners will either select linebacker, youboty, or wide reciver


Why don't you like Marshall? IMO he is better than Youboty, but I can see why you want LB and WR.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 26, 2006 12:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I doubt Manny Lawson goes in the top 25. Maybe late first, more likely an early 2nd rounder. He is about the 40th best prospect in the draft.
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I hate all the vikings picks. Cutler is the next Tim Couch. Stovall is not needed and Hodge is not a good cover LB, which means he won't fit the Cover 2 that the vikes are switching to.
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That would be pretty sweet for the Jets, but I think they would take Mario if they stuck with the #4 pick when D'Brick and Matt are gone.
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Wow that's a very good 2 rounds for the Patriots. Getting a running game again should help out this team a lot.
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J-E-T-S wrote:
That would be pretty sweet for the Jets, but I think they would take Mario if they stuck with the #4 pick when D'Brick and Matt are gone.


What do you think about the Jets picks in ***Magic's Mock Draft 2006***
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Al Toon wrote:
Jets fan VERY happy. We're getting drunk with the Giants fans over this mock.


haha heck yeah
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PERFECT 9ERS DRAFT!!!!!
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