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PostPosted: Sat Oct 14, 2006 9:57 pm    Post subject: ah, what the hell, I'll do one. Reply with quote

01. Oakland Raiders: Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech
Randy Moss? Gone. Jerry Porter? Gone. Ronald Curry? Who the hell is Ronald Curry. This team looks to forge ahead with Andrew Walter at QB, and get him the best weapon the draft has to offer.

02. Detroit Lions: Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame
Jon Kitna is old and Josh McCown is not the answer. Quinn has the arm and the brain to succeed in Mike Martz's offense.

03. Tennessee Titans: Dwayne Jarrett, WR, USC
Drew Bennett's likely departure will leave Vince Young without a true #1 target... and even if Bennett stays, Jarrett would provide a huge upgrade.

04. Green Bay Packers: Adrian Peterson, RB, Oklahoma
No-brainer here.

05. Cleveland Browns: Joe Thomas, OT, Wisconsin
The only way Charlie Frye is going to develop into a top-shelf QB is if he feels comfortable in the pocket, and right now he doesn't have that.

06. Houston Texans: Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona
This team has zero talent in its secondary outside of Dunta Robinson right now.

07. Miami Dolphins: Jared Gaither, OT, Maryland
It'll be tough for Nick Saban to pass over his recruit LaRon Landry, but this team's offensive line has been a complete failure this season and Gaither provides the second best option for this team outside of Thomas along the OL.

08. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson
Greg Spires and Simeon Rice are both getting up there in years, and this kid is a perfect fit for the Tampa-2.

09. Arizona Cardinals: LaRon Landry, FS, LSU
He should step in immediately and secure that free safety spot next to Adrian Wilson.

10. San Francisco 49ers: Leon Hall, CB, Michigan
Their pass defense is a mess right now.

11. Washington Redskins: Alan Branch, DT, Michigan
Trust me, the way this kid's playing, he'll climb into the top-15 by year's end.

12. Kansas City Chiefs: Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville
He has all the tools to succeed in the NFL. Brodie Croyle seems like a career backup.

13. Buffalo Bills: Justin Blalock, OG, Texas
Seems like a reach at 13, but you remember what they did this year.

14. Pittsburgh Steelers: LaMarr Woodley, OLB, Michigan
With Porter set to depart after this season, the Steelers will need to add new raw material to that D!ck LeBeau linebacker factory.

15. New York Jets: Marshawn Lynch, RB, California
Not quite as obvious as you may think, with Frank Okam available.

16. Dallas Cowboys: Drew Stanton, QB, Michigan State
Is the name 'Drew' ominous to Cowboys fans by now? Let's hope not.

17. New York Giants: Marcus McCauley, CB, Fresno State
A tremendous physical specimen to add to a mediocre defensive backfield.

18. Minnesota Vikings: Ted Ginn Jr., WR, Ohio State
His rawness will cause him to slip. His immense talent will make him impossible to pass up.

19. New Orleans Saints: Patrick Willis, LB, Ole Miss
This team still lacks a playmaker at linebacker.

20. Baltimore Ravens: Troy Smith, QB, Ohio State
Yes, the Heisman frontrunner will be a first round pick.

21. St. Louis Rams: Buster Davis, LB, Florida State
This team is thin at linebacker.

22. Atlanta Falcons: Doug Free, OT, Northern Illinois
A better athlete than Levi Brown, and an ideal player for the ZBS.

23. Indianapolis Colts: Frank Okam, DT, Texas
With Corey Simon's future in limbo, this team is in desparate need of a big body in the middle of their defense[/b]

24. Cincinnati Bengals: Paul Posluszny, OLB, Penn State
Unfortunately, it looks as if David Pollack won't be able to make it back to the football field.

25. Denver Broncos: Sidney Rice, WR, South Carolina
Rod Smith can't play forever, and when he hangs 'em up, this team will need a complement for Javon Walker.

26. New England Patriots [from Seattle]: Jeff Samardzija, WR, Notre Dame
He would be a tremendous target for Tom Brady, and would likely be ready to start from day 1, coming from Notre Dame.

27. Jacksonville Jaguars: Levi Brown, OT, Penn State
They could use a serious upgrade at right tackle.

28. Carolina Panthers: Michael Griffin, S, Texas
Strengthening the middle of that secondary will be vital to the continued success of the Panthers.

29. New England Patriots: H.B. Blades, ILB, Pittsburgh
An ideal replacement for Tedy Bruschi. A tad smaller than Belichick typically likes his linebackers, but his motor and leadership ability are unmatched in this draft class.

30. Philadelphia Eagles: Aaron Rouse, SS, Virginia Tech
Michael Lewis may not be brought back with the way he's played this season. Rouse would be a good replacement[/b]

31. San Diego Chargers: Brandon Meriweather, FS, Miami
They could still use some secondary help.

32. Chicago Bears: Sam Baker, OT, USC
What do you get the team that has everything?
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22. Atlanta Falcons: Doug Free, OT, Northern Illinois
A better athlete than Levi Brown, and an ideal player for the ZBS.

and not worht a first round pick and we won't use a first round pick on an OL. We get Michael Griffin here.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 14, 2006 10:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Where will Randy Moss have gone to?
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Hm, I don't know about the Pats passing on Brandon Merriweather twice. This guy is a hawk at safety and that's what we need. As you know Harrison is getting older by the day and James Sanders looks lost.

Like I said, why go WR early again? Gabriel is 26, Jackson is 22, and Gaffney is 25 (soon to be 26). Why get another young WR, Samardzija won't make this WR corp better right now like a veteran WR Drew Bennett could. We got our WR last year in the draft, now we need to wait.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 14, 2006 10:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Where will Randy Moss have gone to?
Miami seems like as good a place as any.
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Hm, I don't know about the Pats passing on Brandon Merriweather twice. This guy is a hawk at safety and that's what we need. As you know Harrison is getting older by the day and James Sanders looks lost.

Like I said, why go WR early again? Gabriel is 26, Jackson is 22, and Gaffney is 25 (soon to be 26). Why get another young WR, Samardzija won't make this WR corp better right now like a veteran WR Drew Bennett could. We got our WR last year in the draft, now we need to wait.
We have options in the 2nd round, namely JD Nelson, who's better suited to play SS for the Pats anyway.

As for our WR corps... remember, Gabriel is a UFA after this season, as is Gaffney.
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hollywood14 wrote:
Hm, I don't know about the Pats passing on Brandon Merriweather twice. This guy is a hawk at safety and that's what we need. As you know Harrison is getting older by the day and James Sanders looks lost.

Like I said, why go WR early again? Gabriel is 26, Jackson is 22, and Gaffney is 25 (soon to be 26). Why get another young WR, Samardzija won't make this WR corp better right now like a veteran WR Drew Bennett could. We got our WR last year in the draft, now we need to wait.
We have options in the 2nd round, namely JD Nelson, who's better suited to play SS for the Pats anyway.

As for our WR corps... remember, Gabriel is a UFA after this season, as is Gaffney.

Are you sure, from what I remember Gabriel has 2 years left. And I didn't realize we only signed Gaffney for one year.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 14, 2006 10:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm pretty certain Gabe's contract expires after this year.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 14, 2006 10:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It is a hard choice to pass on Landry but i dont think Saban will.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 14, 2006 10:49 pm    Post subject: Re: ah, what the hell, I'll do one. Reply with quote

Tzimisce wrote:

18. Minnesota Vikings: Ted Ginn Jr., WR, Ohio State
His rawness will cause him to slip. His immense talent will make him impossible to pass up.


You ever hear of Troy Williamson? Ginn is just another Williamson clone....what you said about him is exactly what was said about Williamson when he was picked at #7 2 years ago.....raw, but with amazing athleticism. They don't need 2 of the same player, who are both projects. Vikes should go for a RG to replace Hicks, TE to replace Wiggers, or another WR but not a Williamson clone.

As for the Raiders taking Calvin Johnson, I don't buy it. I'd say that Quinn or someone makes more sense. BTW, I read on another message board that Adrian Peterson is out for the season, broken collar bone, so might want to take that into account (personally I think he'll still go high, but you never know....he is very injury prone)
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I love this draft. My two favorite teams (Cardinals and Packers) get my two favorite players, Peterson and Landry. I would be pretty happy if this came true.
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14. Pittsburgh Steelers: LaMarr Woodley, OLB, Michigan
With Porter set to depart after this season, the Steelers will need to add new raw material to that D!ck LeBeau linebacker factory.

24. Cincinnati Bengals: Paul Posluszny, OLB, Penn State
Unfortunately, it looks as if David Pollack won't be able to make it back to the football field.


I think (hope) the Steelers would take the Poz if he was still around, unless there are more injury concerns I haven't heard of with him. Pollack's neck injury was career ending then? Hadn't read anything on him since he got hurt. That sucks if that's the case, he is one of 2 Bengal players I don't hate.
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can u explain to me why the rams would take Busta over Poz please im a lil confused cause we need a SLB and i personaly think that POZ is better fit for it
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can rouse cover or is he another LB playing S?
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TheRealMishemu wrote:
can rouse cover or is he another LB playing S?
Closer to the latter, but he's got blazing speed, and he's better in coverage than most of the other 'big' safeties.
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