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Do you like the Saints taking Vernon Davis #4 overall?
Yes
25%
 25%  [ 12 ]
No
46%
 46%  [ 22 ]
I hate the Saints so I dont care
27%
 27%  [ 13 ]
Total Votes : 47

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johndeere1707


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 10:51 pm    Post subject: Once Again i have edited it, check for errors (4 rounds) Reply with quote

NFL Draft Order:
ROUND 1:
1. Houston Texans-Reggie Bush RB USC- Texans really don't need a runningback, but they do need a playmaker and Bush is exactly that.

2. New York Jets (trade with Saints)- Matt Leinart QB- The Jets send their first rounder, a second, plus a fourth rounder to the Saints for their quarterback of the future. Leinart will upgrade any team considerably.

3. San Francisco 49ers (trade with Titans)- A.J. Hawk LB – The 49ers need a leader on defense and Hawk is definitely that. They send their 1st 6th plus a future 2nd rounder to the Titans.

4. New Orleans Saints- Vernon Davis TE - After grabbing some picks the Saints reach out for an offensive weapon for Drew Brees. Brees became an elite QB with the help of Antonio Gates, so why not bring in another stud TE to fill the void.

5. Green Bay Packers- Mario Williams DE- The Packers won’t let Williams slip past them, even though D’Brick is a tempting offer.

6. Tennesse Titans (trade with 49ers)- Vince Young QB- After the Jets move to get Leinart, the Titans get some picks and get the next best thing.

7. Oakland Raiders- Haloti Ngata DT- The Raiders do not have a dominant force besides the againg Warren Sapp. This guy is gonna be good.

8. St. Louis (trade with Bills)- Michael Huff- The rams send their 1st and 3rd for the rights to coveted and talented Huff.

9. Detroit Lions- D’Brickashaw Ferguson OT- It is hard to see such a dominant player drop this far, but it happens, just look at Big Ben.

10. Minnesota Vikings (trade with Cardinals)- Jay Cutler- The Vikings need a QB with 37 year old Brad Johnson at the Head of the Offense. Cutler is the darling of the draft and certainly will be accepted with open arms. The Vikings send their first and the second 2nd round pick.

11. Buffalo Bills- Broderick Bunkley- Still get their DT while getting some extra picks.

12. Cleveland Browns- Chad Greenway OLB- The browns stay and select a premier LB who fits the system perfectly.

13. Kansas City Chiefs (trade with Baltimore)- Chad Jackson WR - The Chiefs got that stud WR they have been longing for, for a future 3rd Rounder, 6th, plus their own first.

14. Philadelphia Eagles- Winston Justice OT- Before I hear all the complaining about this pick be aware that Philly has a depleted offensive line, and supposedly has a solid group of WRs.

15. Denver Broncos(from ATL)- Santonio Holmes WR- Rod Smith is just too old, time to get a replacement.

16. Miami Dolphins- Antonio Cromartie CB- With the loss of Surtain and others, the Dolphins rebound by drafting one of the most talented players in the Draft.

17. Arizona Cardinals (trade with Vikings)- Jason Allen CB/S- The Cardinals need a Safety so why not go with Allen.

18. Dallas Cowboys- Jimmy Williams CB - The Cowboys look to upgrade their secondary with one the best corners in the draft. He definitely has a lot of potential. Others disagree with this pick, but I believe the cowboys take Williams here.

19. Tennesse Titans (trade with San Diego) Ernie Simms- Need a playmaker in their Linebacking core. Give up 2nd and 4th

20. Baltimore Ravens (trade with KC)- Gabe Watson DT – They lost Maake Kemoeatu to the Panthers, so they need a replacement.

21. New England Patriots- Deangelo Williams RB - With Dillon as his teacher, this guy will take off and become a superstar.

22. Denver Broncos(from WASH)- Leonard Pope- Havent had a real threat since the days of Shannon Sharpe.

23. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Marcus McNeill OT– This guy could be starting right away.

24. Cincinnati Bengals- Ashton Youboty CB- Tory James just isnt a good corner. Time to bring in a new body in youboty.

25. New York Giants- Bobby Carpenter OLB- Their LBs suck and this guy is Great.

26. Indianopolis Colts (trade with Bears)- Laurence Maroney RB- They lost their "edge" in the running game. Now have a new face in the backfield. Give up their 1st and 3rd. Some don’t like the Colts trading up, but if this guy went by the Jags, they would take him.

27. Carolina Panthers- Lendale White- Need a powerful back to gain those tough yards.

28. Jacksonville Jaguars- Demeco Ryans LB- Have no real playmakers.

29. New York Jets (from Denver)- Kamerion Wimbley- Replace Abraham with Wimbley.

30. Chicago Bears (trade with Colts)- Tye Hill CB- They need someone to cover alongside Vasher. Hill is pretty darn good.

31. Seattle Seahawks- Max Jean-Gilles OG- What do the Seahawks need? How about someone to replace Hutchinson and add depth to their offensive line.

32. Pittsburgh Steelers- Donte Whitner S- Whitner will fill Hopes shoes.


ROUND 2:
1. Houston Texans- Eric Winston OT
2. New Orleans Saints- Thomas Howard LB
3. New Orleans Saints (from Jets)- Jonathan Joseph CB
4. Green Bay Packers- Abdul Hodge ILB
5. San Francisco 49ers- Sinorice Moss WR
6. Pittsburgh Steelers (trade with Oakland)- Manny Lawson DE
7. San Diego Chargers (trade with Titans)- Jonathan Scott OT
8. Detriot Lions- Rod Wright DT
9. San Francisco 49ers (from Cardinals)- Kelly Jennings CB
10. Buffalo Bills- Nick Mangold C
11. Cleveland Browns- Mathias Kiwanuka DE
12. Baltimore Ravens- Darnell Bing S
13. Philadelphia Eagles- Roger McIntosh OLB
14. St. Louis Rams- Darryl Tapp DE
15. Atlanta Falcons- Richard Marshall CB
16. Minnesota Vikings- Joseph Addai RB
17. Dallas Cowboys- Davin Joseph OG
18. San Diego Chargers- Demario Minter CB
19. Arizona Cardinals (from Minnesota)- D'Qwell Jackson ILB
20. New England Patriots- Cedric Griffin CB
21. Washington Redskins- A.J. Nicholson LB
22. Baltimore Ravens (trade with Chiefs)- Gerris Wilkinson ILB
23. Cincinnati Bengals- Marcedes Lewis TE
24. New York Giants- Daniel Manning CB
25. Chicago Bears- Dominique Byrd TE
26. Carolina Panthers- Ko Simpson S
27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Leon Williams ILB
28. Jacksonville Jaguars- Brian Calhoun RB
29. Denver Broncos- Claude Wroten DT
30. Indianapolis Colts- Kai Parham LB
31. Seattle Seahawks- Greg Blue S
32. Oakland Raiders- Brodie Croyle QB- (I know it’s a reach)

Round 3.
1. Houston- Daniel Bullocks S
2. Houston (from New Orleans) - Anthony Fasano TE
3. Green Bay – Greg Blue S
4. Tennesse Titans- Jeremy Trueblood OT
5. Oakland – Charles Spencer OG
6. Buffalo (from Tennessee) – Martin Nance WR
7. N.Y. Jets - Greg Eslinger C
8. Arizona – Claude Wroten DT
9. Buffalo – Darrell Hunter CB
10. Detroit – Omar Jacobs QB
11. New England (from Baltimore)- Jason Avant WR
12. Philadelphia- Maurice Stovall WR
13. St. Louis- Stephen Tullock LB

14. Cleveland – Demetrius Williams WR
15. Atlanta -Darren Colledge OT
16. Dallas- Charlie Whitehurst QB
17. San Diego- Greg Lee WR

18. Miami- Jon Alston OLB

19. Minnesota – Charles Gordon CB
20. San Francisco (from Washington)- Pat Watkins S
21. Kansas City- Reggie McNeal QB
22. New England- Alan Zemaitis CB
23. N.Y. Giants- Anthony Smith S
24. Chicago- Ryan O'Callaghan OT
25. Carolina- Fred Matua OG
26. Tampa Bay- Derrick Morris OL
27. Cincinnati – Jesse Mahelona DT
28. Jacksonville – Jonathan Lewis DT
29. Atlanta (from Denver)- Jason Spitz C
30. Chicago (from Colts)- Ray Edwards DE
31. Minnesota (from Seattle)- Derek Hagan WR
32. Oakland (trade with Steelers)- Will Blackmon WR

33. N.Y. Jets (Compensatory Selection)- Maurice Drew RB

Round 4.
1 98 Houston - Elvis Dumervil DE
2 99 New Orleans - Will Allen OG
3 100 San Francisco- Kevin Simon LB
4 101 Oakland- Joe Klopfenstein TE
5 102 San Diego (from Titans) – Dee Webb CB
6 103 New Orleans (from Jets)- Bernard Pollard S
7 104 Green Bay- Tim Jennings CB
8 105 Buffalo- Paul Pinegar QB
9 106 New England (from Detroit)- Dale Robinson ILB
10 107 Arizona- Oliver Hoyte ILB
11 108 Philadelphia – Leon Washington RB
12 109 St. Louis – Kellen Clemens QB
13 110 Cleveland- Babatunde Oshinowo DT
14 111 Baltimore - Drew Olson QB
15 112 Cleveland (from Atlanta)- Victor Adeyanju DE
16 113 San Diego- Anthony Schlegel ILB
17 114 Miami – Darrell Hackney QB
18 115 Minnesota – Orien Harris DT
19 116 Philadelphia (from Dallas)- Eric Henderson DE
20 117 New Orleans (from Jets) – Skyler Green WR
21 118 New England- Dwayne Slay S
22 119 Denver (from Washington)- Kevin Boothe OG
23 120 Chicago- Marcus Maxey CB
24 121 Carolina- Jamar Williams OLB
25 122 Tampa Bay- Mike Hass WR
26 123 Cincinnati- Marcus Hudson S
27 124 N.Y. Giants – Greg Jennings WR
28 125 Jacksonville- Bernard Lay CB
29 126 Denver- Jerious Norwood RB
30 127 Philadelphia (from Indianapolis)-Derrick Martin CB
31 128 Seattle- Charlton Keith DE
32 129 Pittsburgh- Gerald Riggs Jr. RB
33 130 Denver (Compensatory Selection) Bruce
Gradkowski QB
34 131 Pittsburgh (Compensatory Selection) Andrew Whitworth OT
35 132 Baltimore (Compensatory Selection) Gerrick McPhearson CB
36 133 Pittsburgh (Compensatory Selection) Justin Wyatt CB





TRADES:
JETS- 1ST, 2ND, 4TH/ SAINTS- 1ST

SAN FRAN- 1ST, FUTURE SECOND AND 6TH/ TITANS- 1ST, 5TH

ST. LOUIS- 1, 3 AND CB TERRY FAIR/ BILLS- 1ST AND FUTURE 5TH

KC- 1ST FUTURE 3RD AND 6TH/ BALTIMORE 1ST

ARIZONA- 1ST/ MINNESOTA- 1ST AND SECOND

TITANS- 2ND 4TH/ SAN DIEGO- 1ST

INDY- 1ST AND 3RD/ BEARS- 1ST

OAKLAND- 2ND/ PITTSBURGH- 2ND/ 3RD


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 10:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i actually took time to think this through, last time i was just pretty much picking random players. but this took me 2 hours so enjoy.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 10:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

where's greenway?

Plus the niners already have 11 picks... If they trade down and get another 2nd rounder... I can see em trading back into the 1st to grab a good LB.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 11:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

oops forgot chad greenway, let me put him in here real quick.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 11:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have no idea where u are comin from with Denver takin ernie simms. "Final piece", "next to gold and williams" ???? Ever hear of the probowler named AL WILSON???? there is no way they take a LB in the first. I cant even see them take one on the first day. Maybe later for some depth but definitly not lookin for one to start.


Also, im not a panthers fan but i know who JULIUS PEPPERS is and i also know that they wouldn't need someone along side Ruckers cuz peppers kinda has it covered.

No offense but is this mock a joke?
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 11:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not that bad, but I don't see the Jags trading out of the first.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 11:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

not a bad bears trade, but with tye hill still on the board i dont think they would do it, also i think they would take a TE in the second round over a OG or OT.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 11:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

props on a four rounder and a realistic browns vikings trade. some things are messed up though.

In the fourth round, Cleveland has pick 112 from atlanta, not jacksonville. We traded chris crocker for that pick.

I like the trade but don't like what you did with them.

First round should be Carpenter, Greenway or Wimbley

I guess I'm ok with the first second rounder.

the second doesn't make much sense though, That pick should be Abdul Hodge or Duece Lutui. ( you also have jon scott drafted twice in the second round).

Not a smart pick for us at all in the third. we have two 2nd round safetys from 05 and 04 poised to take over. this pick should be Babutunde Oshinowa

4th round picks 110 and 112 should be Kyle Williams and Rob Sims


good effort, the browns draft needs alot of tweaking though.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 11:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lions would take and get the three guys that they want:
1. Mike Huff
2. D'Qwell Jackson
3. Davin Joseph (doubt he will fall this far)
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 11:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Some picks that dont make sense at all
overall giants draft grade-D-


NO DE ON DAY ONE FOR THE GIANTS..HECK WE MAY NOT EVEN GO DE AT ALL
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 11:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jets don't need a WR bad enough to take one in the 2nd, Lawson/Winston/Scott/Howard over Moss. The rest of the draft is pretty solid.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 11:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

WOW!!! HA HA HA HA HA...this is horrible!!! Saints draft TE in the first and 4th?!?! LOL...and what did we get for trading down?!!?...TERRIBLE!!!
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28. Atlanta Falcons (trade with Jacksonville)- Tye Hill CB - Needed someone to be alongside stud corner DeAngelo Hall. Give up 2nd and 4th.

1) Atlanta will NOT trad up
2) Atlanta does not have a 4ht it was traded to Cleveland.
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15. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Atlanta)- Joseph Addai RB

here Atlanta woudl take RB Maurice Drew in your draft.
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15. Atlanta -Ryan O'Callaghan OT

doesn'tr fit Atlanta's scheme in any way shape r form. he is too big, too slow and too dumb. Atlanta gets OT Daryn Colledge here.
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29. Denver- Jason Spitz C

This pick belongs ot Atlanta. keep it the same person though.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 11:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

omar jacobs? with Lewis on the Board? are u on crack?
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