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Grade?
A
6%
 6%  [ 1 ]
B
18%
 18%  [ 3 ]
C
18%
 18%  [ 3 ]
D
12%
 12%  [ 2 ]
F
43%
 43%  [ 7 ]
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TexansFan80


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 6:15 pm    Post subject: TexansFan80's 1 round mock (Grade Me) Reply with quote

1.Houston Texans-Reggie Bush RB,USC
2.New Orleans Saints-D'Brickashaw Ferguson OT, Virginia
3.Tennessee Titans-Matt Leinart QB, USC
4.New York Jets-Mario Williams DE, NC State
5.Green Bay Packers-A.J. Hawk LB, Ohio State
6.San Francisco-Vernon Davis TE, Maryland
7.Oakland Raiders-Jay Cutler QB, Vanderbilt
8.Buffalo Bills-Michael Huff CB/S, Texas
9.Detroit Lions-Jimmy Williams CB/S, Virginia Tech
10.Arizona Cardinals-Haloti Ngata DT, Oregon
11.St. Louis Rams-Brodrick Bunkley DT, Florida State
12.Cleveland Browns-Manny Lawson OLB/DE, NC State
13.Baltimore Ravens-Winston Justice OT, USC
14.Philadelphia Eagles-Ernie Sims LB, Florida State
15.Denver Broncos-Santonio Holmes WR, Ohio State
16.Miami Dolphins-Tye Hill CB, Clemson
17.Minnesota Vikings-Vince Young QB, Texas
18.Dallas Cowboys-Bobby Carpenter LB, Ohio State
19.San Diego Chargers-Eric Winston OT, Miami
20.Kansas City Chiefs-Tamba Hali DE, Penn State
21.New England Patriots-DeAngelo Williams RB, Memphis
22.Denver Broncos-LenDale White RB, USC
23.Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Marcus McNeill OT, Auburn
24.Cincinnati Bengals-Antonio Cromartie CB, Florida State
25.New York Giants-Chad Greenway LB, Iowa
26.Chicago Bears-Leonard Pope TE, Georgia
27.Carolina Panthers-Gabe Watson DT, Michigan
28.Jacksonville Jaguars-Thomas Howard LB, UTEP
29.New York Jets-Nick Mangold C, Ohio State
30.Indianapolis Colts-Laurence Maroney RB, Minnesota
31.Seattle Seahawks-Max Jean-Gilles OG, Georgia
32.Pittsburgh Steelers-Chad Jackson WR, Florida
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 6:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

1st off wheres chad jackson, 2nd off decent bucs pick, and vince wont fall that far, i would be amazed to see him slip that badly with all the potential he has someone has to take a "risk" on him at some point
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 6:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

DerrickJohnson#11 wrote:
1st off wheres chad jackson, 2nd off decent bucs pick, and vince wont fall that far, i would be amazed to see him slip that badly with all the potential he has someone has to take a "risk" on him at some point


You're right, I did forget Chad Jackson. I fixed it. By the way...a lot of people said that Aaron Rodgers wouldn't fall as far as he did.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 6:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

great giants pick

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 6:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

awful giants pick thers no way we pass on greenway or take ryans even if hes not there we will take simms howard carpenter or greenway over him
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 6:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I also forgot about Greenway. It's been updated.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 6:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like the Vikings pick.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 7:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Why would the Bengals take a CB?
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 7:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great Bills pick. It's about time people started noticing that Ngata will not be the pick.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 7:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bill for Prez wrote:
Why would the Bengals take a CB?


How about instead of telling you why they would, you tell me why they wouldn't Wink
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 7:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Extremely poor draft, An F. Look at some of the teams needs.
Arizona isn't going to get much more from Warner, they need a stud at QB in the next year or so.
Don't be surprised if the Bills try and goQB as well, Lossmans not that good and they are not that comitted to him.
Green Bay and the Rams need more then one player, look for a trade down to aquire more picks.
The Eagles will not spend that kind of money on Sims. They will try to move up and get Ngata or Bunkley.
Holmes is an NFC west type receiver. Denver needs someone bigger, Chad Jackson, (there is no way he lasts until the end of the first round)
If the Vikings want a QB they better up, the top three QB's will be gone by pick #7.
Indy wants DeAngelo Williams, Look for them to move up.
Cromartie is a 2nd round pick and Cincy needs a TE badly, Pope.Watson was rated ahead of Bunkley until the combine, no way he hangs around until #27.
The Jets can get Mangold in the 2nd round, plus they have bigger needs at RB, QB, OT, CB and G
The draft is all about needs and fits, try reading a little more.
Some good sites are profootballweekly.com and nfldraftcountdown.com.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 8:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

birdman0069 wrote:
Extremely poor draft, An F. Look at some of the teams needs.
Arizona isn't going to get much more from Warner, they need a stud at QB in the next year or so.
Don't be surprised if the Bills try and goQB as well, Lossmans not that good and they are not that comitted to him.
Green Bay and the Rams need more then one player, look for a trade down to aquire more picks.
The Eagles will not spend that kind of money on Sims. They will try to move up and get Ngata or Bunkley.
Holmes is an NFC west type receiver. Denver needs someone bigger, Chad Jackson, (there is no way he lasts until the end of the first round)
If the Vikings want a QB they better up, the top three QB's will be gone by pick #7.
Indy wants DeAngelo Williams, Look for them to move up.
Cromartie is a 2nd round pick and Cincy needs a TE badly, Pope.Watson was rated ahead of Bunkley until the combine, no way he hangs around until #27.
The Jets can get Mangold in the 2nd round, plus they have bigger needs at RB, QB, OT, CB and G
The draft is all about needs and fits, try reading a little more.
Some good sites are profootballweekly.com and nfldraftcountdown.com.


-Why don't you ask Cardinal fans if they want to take a QB in the 1st round? Warner will be fine this year and they can get a QB in next year's draft.
-Bills, same thing.
-I don't predict trades, and of course they need more than one player, that's why there's more than one round Laughing
-How will the top 3 QB's be taken in the top 7? There isn't 3 teams that will take a QB in the top 7.
-The Colts would be fine with Maroney
-Try telling that to Bengals fans
-Cromartie is NOT a 2nd round pick

Try listening to fans, the smart ones know what their team needs.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 8:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

By the way, I see you with a lot of negative comments about people's mock drafts. Where's yours?
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 02, 2006 10:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

TexansFan80 wrote:
birdman0069 wrote:
Extremely poor draft, An F. Look at some of the teams needs.
Arizona isn't going to get much more from Warner, they need a stud at QB in the next year or so.
Don't be surprised if the Bills try and goQB as well, Lossmans not that good and they are not that comitted to him.
Green Bay and the Rams need more then one player, look for a trade down to aquire more picks.
The Eagles will not spend that kind of money on Sims. They will try to move up and get Ngata or Bunkley.
Holmes is an NFC west type receiver. Denver needs someone bigger, Chad Jackson, (there is no way he lasts until the end of the first round)
If the Vikings want a QB they better up, the top three QB's will be gone by pick #7.
Indy wants DeAngelo Williams, Look for them to move up.
Cromartie is a 2nd round pick and Cincy needs a TE badly, Pope.Watson was rated ahead of Bunkley until the combine, no way he hangs around until #27.
The Jets can get Mangold in the 2nd round, plus they have bigger needs at RB, QB, OT, CB and G
The draft is all about needs and fits, try reading a little more.
Some good sites are profootballweekly.com and nfldraftcountdown.com.


-Why don't you ask Cardinal fans if they want to take a QB in the 1st round? Warner will be fine this year and they can get a QB in next year's draft.
-Bills, same thing.
-I don't predict trades, and of course they need more than one player, that's why there's more than one round Laughing
-How will the top 3 QB's be taken in the top 7? There isn't 3 teams that will take a QB in the top 7.
-The Colts would be fine with Maroney
-Try telling that to Bengals fans
-Cromartie is NOT a 2nd round pick

Try listening to fans, the smart ones know what their team needs.


I tried to be nice and not call you an idiot, IDIOT. If fans had it there way
teams like Philly, Denver, Indy, Steelers, Pats, and Seattle wouldn't be in the playoffs year after year. Successful teams look down the road to next year and the year after. Your team will always be the laughing stock of the NFL until that hire a decent GM.
I made these comments for a reason.
Dennis Green has already said they need to draft a QB for the future. If you wait until next year to get a premier QB from the draft you must be planning on having a poor season. Only Two QB's are predicted to go in the first round next year, Quinn and Stanton. The experts are already saying that next years QB class will be the worst in the past ten years.
Bills are questioning there QB publicaly in Buffalo.
The Colts have openly said they want Williams but I guess they would be fine with Maroney since you said so.
Cincy tried to address the TE position in the off season and couldn't. They have one TE on the roster and coach Lewis has said over and over that a starting TE is a priorty for them.
Cromartie is a 2nd round pick weather you agree or not.

Antonio Cromartie 6-2, 202 40 time n/a
Plus-Outstanding combination of size and top end speed.
Minus-One of the drafts biggest Boom or Bust pprospects as he missed the 05 season after tearing his ACL. Elected to declare rather then return for his senior year. Lacks playing experience and has never shown great technique. Needs alot of work reading routes and reading the QB'S eyes in zone coverage. Hard time finding the ball over his shoulder in coverage. Would have done well to return to Florida State for his Senior year, increasing his draft value from a mid 2nd rounder to a top 15 pick in next years draft.

When I said read a little more I wasn't being a smart a**!!
Don't ask people what they think if you're just going to get all pissy when they don't agree with you.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 02, 2006 10:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cromartie is probably worth an early 2nd rounder just because teams dont want to take the chance on him.
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