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1) Miami Dolphins- Calvin Johnson- WR, Georgia Tech- I know Miami needs help on the offensive line, but last year the line played pretty well. A lot of the problem is the quarterback is hanging on to the ball too long. Calvin Johnson will give either Joey or Daunte an outlet to get rid of the ball quickly. Calvin is 6’4”, 235 lbs and has an amazing 40” vertical. He is also rumored to run a 4.3. He has the speed and athleticism to go deep, and the size to go across the middle. Calvin can run all of the routes and has the size and physicality to break tough tackles. He can take the shortest catch and take to the house. While Thomas may also be a likely pick, lineman normally don’t go number one because they are not a very sexy pick. I think this will be a case of the same situation here. But make no mistake about it, Calvin is still a very good pick here and will be for many years.

2) Detroit Lions- Brady Quinn- QB, Notre Dame- Kitna is a temporary solution in the Motor City. Although I like Orvlosky, it does not look like he will ever be given a fair shake. Quinn is the leader of one of the most prolific offenses, in college football. I know many question Quinn’s toughness. I tell you to look back at Michigan State. A quarterback does not come back from that far down without being mentally tough. Brady may have a lower ceiling than Brohm or Stanton, but he is the most pro ready quarterback since Peyton Manning. He can step in and start right away if need be. He is great size and the best intangibles of any quarterback in this year’s draft.

3) Arizona Cardinals- Joe Thomas- OT, Wisconsin- This pick is as close to a no brainer that you will ever find. The Arizona offensive line is horrible and it is holding their whole team back. This team has two of the top 5 receivers in this league, and a perennial pro bowl running back. The line has made him look terrible. Davis will be a free agent and so now is the time to completely revamp this line. Thomas would have been a top 15 pick last year before hurting his knee, in the bowl game. He is huge, at 6’8, and he is surprisingly mobile, for a man his size. He can stay stout during the run and be excellent in the pass protecting. He is very similar to Ferguson, last year in his ability. He can anchor this line and be the force that lets this team fulfill its potential.

4) Oakland Raiders- Dwayne Jarrett- WR, USC- The Raiders may have finally won a game but are still one of the worst teams in the NFL. I don’t like saying that, but they look terrible. The Broncos were practically begging Oakland to beat them and they could not. Many ask “How can they not be good with the receivers they have?” The answer is simple. Randy Moss plays a “sandlot” style of football. He is not disciplined enough to play in a structured offense. In Minnesota, he could play this type of football with Culpepper (who coincidently, is struggling in a structured offense as well.) So Al Davis decided to get this stud wideout. Dwayne Jarrett is much in the same mold of Johnson. He is big and has great hands. He can run all the routes and will provide a big target for Walter or Brooks.

5) Tennessee Titans- Gaines Adams- DE, Clemson- This team has showed signs of maturation this year. They beat a playoff team in Washington and led the Indianapolis Colts for 3 quarters plus. This is a very young team so they will need some more time before they put up the production they did earlier in the decade. Last year Kyle Vanden Bosch had a breakout year. Adams would be a great compliment to him. Adams is far and away the best defensive player in the draft. He uses great technique and has a great motor. He reminds me a lot of Jason Taylor. Gaines Adams has the ability to be dominating in pass rushing, but he is very stout against the run. The Titans have been in the NFL seller the past couple of years, but expect that to soon change, as Fisher will show why he is the best coach in the NFL.

6) Cleveland Browns- Adrian Peterson- RB, Oklahoma- Now that Carthon has resigned, Cleveland needs to find another identity. Peterson can provide that very effectively. He can run between the tackles or turn the corner and take it to the house. He is also a good receiver out of the backfield. Adrian Peterson is better than Reggie Bush and would have been a top 10 pick last year as a sophomore but he was not eligible. He has all the tools to be a franchise back for many years in Cleveland. I like Droughns but he would be better as a fullback or a back in goal line situations. Peterson is just too good to pass up here.

7) Washington Redskins- Antoine Cason- CB, Arizona- I don’t know what to think about the Washington Redskins. They look like a team that tends to buy too much in to their own hype. They have a couple solid games, and then they become complacent. They forget to bring their lunch pail every Sunday. I really like Carlos Rogers. I think he is one of the best young corners in the NFL. Shawn Springs is a quite a different story. He is often injured and is a liability even when healthy. Cason is a tough, physical corner that will jam a receiver and can play man to man very well. Along with Rogers, the Skins could have the best duo of corners in the division.

Cool Buffalo Bills- Jake Long- OT, Michigan- J.P has shown signs of improvement and even greatness, when he does not have 3 guys in his face after a 3 step drop. He has shown nice mobility and t he ability to make plays. JP is not the reason for Buffalo’s struggles. If there is one offensive line that is worse than Arizona, it is Buffalo’s. Jake Long is a mammoth tackle and a huge reason for the success of Michael Hart in Ann Arbor. For a guy his size, he moves very well and almost glides. He will step in from day 1 and protect Losman’s blind side. The Bills will work on the line so they can contend for the AFC East title.

9) Green Bay Packers- Marshawn Lynch- RB, California- Green Bay is a team that is rebuilding. Greg Jennings looks like he will be a mainstay at receiver. Aaron Rogers is the heir to the quarterback throne, after Farve is done. Ted Thompson needs to get Brett Farve some more weapons. What helps a quarterback more than anything else? A good running game. Lynch is one of the best running back in the nation. He gives McCarthy and Thompson a back who can run hard, between the tackles, and turn the corner and take it to the house. He can get tough yards and be a home run threat every down. Marshawn Lynch will give Green Bay a presence they have been lacking for a while.

10) Pittsburgh Steelers- Sidney Rice- WR, South Carolina- Big Ben has struggled mightily and a lot of that is due to the lack of depth at receiver. Hines is a possession receiver and Santonio is the deep threat. Teams know this so the down dictates coverage. Sidney Rice can do both. His presence will keep teams honest and on their heels. He has great hands and will provide Ben a target in every situation there is. Rice will help the Steelers offense turn into one of the best in the league.

11) Houston Texans- Laron Landry- S, LSU- The Texans have really surprised me this year. They look like a team with great promise. There defense is slowly bust surely coming along and David Carr is playing awesome. They still need some upgrades in the secondary however. . Landry has shown an innate ability to make plays and be around the ball. He can drop into coverage as good as any safety in the draft, but he does not shy away from contact. He can bring the noise as well. In a secondary that lacks playmakers, Landry can be a playmaker for many years.

12) Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Quentin Moses- DE, Georgia- The Bucs are finally showing signs of being the team that they should have been all this year. Simeon Rice is getting very old though. It would behoove Gruden to draft a replacement. Moses is a great speed rusher and would ad a great compliment, and ultimately a successor, to Rice. I look for this team to contend for the playoffs next year, like they should have this year.

13) San Francisco 49rs- Leon Hall- CB, Michigan- The San Francisco offense is showing signs of improvement. Gore is having a wonderful year and Smith is finally showing why he was the #1 overall pick in 05. Since the offense is doing well, it is time to work on the defense. The 49r secondary is atrocious! Leon Hall will go a long way to fix that problem. He is a very physical corner that may be the best or at least one of the best in the nation. Mike Nolan will not have to worry about leaving Hall in man on man situation. Hall can handle himself more than adequately. Leon Hall will add credibility to that secondary instantly.

14) Dallas Cowboys- Brian Brohm- QB, Louisville - Drew Bledsoe’s career is slowly coming into its twilight. Romo may be the quarterback of the future, but that remains to be seen. Brohm may have a higher ceiling than any quarterback in the draft. He directed one of the most prolific offenses in college. He makes great decisions and has all the intangibles that you could ask for from a quarterback. He has nice mobility, within the pocket. While he may not rush for Michael Vick type yards, he does a nice job of buying time with his feet, to make a play.

15) Jacksonville Jaguars- Justin Blalock- OT/OG, Texas- The Jaguars are a team that is so close to being a Super Bowl contender. They just need to find the missing piece. That missing piece may be Justin Blalock. A tackle in college, he is projected more as a guard in the NFL. His athleticism can help open up holes in the running game and give Leftwich more time, in the pocket. As Leftwich has more time in the pocket, he can pick apart the defense and be even more productive. That added productivity may equate to a Super Bowl appearances soon. K

16) Kansas City Chiefs- Doug Free- OT, Northern Illinois- Everyone is starting realize how great Willie Roaf really was. Turley is doing reasonably well but nowhere close to the level of Roaf. It is affecting their passing game and their running game. In order to restore the success they had a few years back, they need to rebuild the offensive line. Free could be the first step. He is big at 6’7” and very mobile for his size. He can give Trent Green time and provide blocking for Larry Johnson. His size and athleticism will be great in KC.



17) Philadelphia Eagles- Daymeion Hughes- CB, California- The Philadelphia secondary has been battered, this year. Hood may not resign and the NFC East is full of dynamic receivers. Hughes is a very physical corner who can jam the big receiver like TO and Plaxico Burress. Hughes is a standout player in a conference where offense runs rampant. In the Pac 10 he is one of the best defensive stars and will no doubt continue to be in the professional ranks.



1Cool New York Jets- Alan Branch- DT, Michigan- The Jets are really improving at an exponential rate. With Manigini moving to a 3-4 defense, the personnel needs some tweaking. Branch is a huge defensive tackle that is very athletic. He will serve as a great 3-4 nose tackle. Branch is one of the few defensive tackles that can serve as a 2 gap tackle and rush the passer with his athleticism. He is the best tackle in the draft and may even go higher by draft time next year.

19) Carolina Panthers- Tom Zbikowski- S, Notre Dame- The Panthers are a team that is finally starting to get its feel back. While they have to of the best corners, in the NFC; the safeties are lacking in production. Davis has shown he is more a linebacker, than a safety. Zbikowski brings the same kind of attitude as Davis, but he is more suited to play safety. With the success of the corners, Carolina can afford to take Zbikowski’s toughness even if they sacrifice something in coverage.

20) Baltimore Ravens- Kenny Irons- RB, Auburn- While the Raven’s defense is dominating, the offense is laughable. McNair is terrible until the final two minutes. The catalyst for a successful offense is running game. Kenny Irons is a great slasher type back. He may not be the biggest back in the draft, but he is a hardnosed runner. He can make a living between the tackles and provides a homerun threat that the Ravens don’t have.

Not only will Irons improve the running game, he will help the passing game as well.

21) New England Patriots (via SEA) - Jeff Samardzija- WR, Notre Dame- Brady is clearly getting frustrated with his lack of talent at the receiver position. Jeff is an amazing player who can reach out and make an amazing catch. Brady will be very pleased with his new target next year. Look for the Patriots to rebuild their dynasty very shortly. The “Shark” as he is known has an innate ability to create separation and find holes in the defense. If there is one knock, it his ability to go across the middle and take a hit, but he is very talented and will definitely go in the first round.

22) San Diego Chargers- H.B. Blades- ILB, Pittsburgh- This season may take a turn for the worst very soon. Phillips is sidelined for up to 6 weeks. Shawn Merriman is probably going to be suspended for steroid use. This promising season could turn into one of turmoil. Their linebacker situation, once one of the best in football, is now a concern. Donnie Edwards probably will not be back next year. San Diego needs to find some one to fill his void. Blades is that kind of player. He very athletic and is smart. He has a lot of range but he is also effective blitzing. H.B. Blades will give San Diego one of the best front sevens in football.

23) Minnesota Vikings- Jason Hill- WR, Washington St. - Minnesota is making nice strides, this year. The wide receiver situation however, is lacking in production. Williamson provides a nice deep threat, but he has been banged up. Besides that, there are few receiving weapons. Hill is a receiver with nice size and speed. He can catch a long fly but also can take a drag route and take it to the house. His stock is rising fast and deservingly so. He will give more balance to the Vikings which will mean even more success for Chester Taylor.

24) St. Louis Rams- Patrick Willis- ILB, Ole Miss- Besides the Saints, the Rams have to be one of the biggest surprises of the season. Jim Haslett has this defense flying to the football and making plays week in and week out. Tye Hill looks like he will be a shutdown corner. Chavous is really a positive influence on a young secondary; and Leonard Little is starting to get the notoriety he so fully deserves. Look for St. Louis to continue this trend next year. Willis can complete this linebacker corps. Willis is a great player on not that great of a team. He can diagnose well and he flies to the ball. He will add to a great defense in St. Louis.

25) New York Giants- Quinn Pitcock- DT, Ohio State- New York may have the best defensive end combo in the NFL with Strahan and Osi Umenyora. Despite the play of rookie, Barry Coefield, the defensive tackle spot could still use an upgrade. Quinn Pitcock is a monster in Columbus this year. He can plug the gap and rush the passer. It is truly rare that a player can both play run and pass so well as a defensive tackle. Quinn is truly a special player and will add to, what is already, one of the best lines in football.

26) Atlanta Falcons- Michael Griffin - S, Texas - The Falcons are doing very well this year; much due to a re-tooled safety corps. Lawyer Milloy only has a few years left in him. Jim Mora Jr. would be very well served to get his replacement now. Griffin is another prospect in the new line of safeties. Similar to Landry, Griffin to can drop into coverage and lay the lumber as well. He can fill in for Milloy right away

27) Cincinnati Bengals- LaMarr Woodley- DE, Michigan- By free agency this pick may be out of dire necessity. If they lose Smith, they have to get a replacement. Woodley is a pure speed rusher that has an amazing first step. He can either replace or compliment Smith effectively. He has the potential to put up double digit sacks from his rookie year. Woodley’s pure athleticism and motor will help Marvin Lewis’s dream come to fruition. Cincy will begin to form the dominate defense Lewis has longed for since his days in Baltimore.

2Cool Denver Broncos- Charles Johnson- DE, Georgia- After beating Baltimore in a defensive battle; Denver established itself as one of the best in the NFL. The production of this unit harkens back to the Orange Crush days. One would be hard pressed to argue that there is a better back seven in football. While the back seven is among the elite; the front four needs more play makers. Charles Johnson is a great pass rusher that is very stout against the run as well. At 270 lbs, he may end up being a better pro end than his teammate, the much praised Quentin Moses

29) New Orleans Saints- Paul Posluszny- OLB, Penn State- This Saints team is the feel good story of the NFL. They are leading their division and playing great football. For three hours every Sunday people from the Gulf region get to sit down and forget about all their problems and temporarily return to normalcy. The Saints are flying to the ball and playing with great passion; but passion alone does not win football games. Posluszny is an incredibly smart and heady player. He can read and diagnose plays well and has a great nose for the ball. Look for New Orleans to continue to rebuild. Both its team’s prestige and the hearts of their fans.

30) New England- Tommy Blake- DE/ OLB, TCU- For so long, the Patriot linebacker corps was among the elite. Injuries and age however, is beginning to take its effect on them. Bruschi has had a tumultuous last 2 years. Blake can come in from the get go and be effective for this franchise. He has the athleticism and coverage to flourish in New England. He will help this team rebuild into yet another dynasty.

31) Indianapolis Colts- Marcus McCauley- CB, Fresno State- The Colts defense this year has regressed. Last year they were a surprise. This year, they are a disappointment. They can’t stop anyone. The Titans almost beat them. McCauley is a great corner that is physical enough to play in the Cover 2 scheme. He has great size for a corner and loves to jam receivers at the line. He will help not only in coverage, but in stopping the run as well.

32) Chicago Bears- Zach Miller- TE, Arizona State- I can’t say enough good things about the Chicago Bears. They are leading the league in points scored and least points against. It’s hard to find an area of need. Miller could provide them with a great safety valve. He can dominate the middle of the field. Rex will continue to blossom with this dynamite tight end.

Round 2

33) Miami Dolphins- Levi Brown- OT, Penn State

34) Detroit Lions- Greg Olsen- TE, Miami

35) Arizona Cardinals- Kyle Young- C, Fresno State

36) Oakland Raiders- Brandon Mebane- DT, California

37) Tennessee Titans- Tarrel Brown- CB, Texas

3Cool Cleveland Browns- Adam Carriker- DE, Nebraska

39) New York Jets (via WASH) - Samson Satele- OG, Hawaii

40) Buffalo Bills- Rufus Alexander- OLB, Oklahoma

41) Green Bay Packers- Victor Abiamiri- DE, Notre Dame

42) Pittsburgh Steelers- Dan Mozes- C, West Virginia

43) Houston Texans- Ryan Harris- OT, Notre Dame

44) Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Arron Sears- OT/OG- Tennessee

45) San Francisco 49rs- Brandon Meriweather- S, Miami

46) Dallas Cowboys- Mark Fenton-C, Colorado

47) Jacksonville Jaguars- Tim Crowder- DE, Jacksonville Jaguars

4Cool Kansas City Chiefs-Drew Stanton- QB, Michigan State

49) Philadelphia Eagles- Kenneth Darby- RB, Alabama

50) New York Jets- Brian Leonard- RB/FB, Rutgers

51) Carolina Panthers- Buster Davis- ILB, Florida State

52) Baltimore Ravens- Troy Smith- QB, Ohio State

53) Seattle Seahawks- Mike Jones- OG, Iowa

54) San Diego Chargers- Robert Meacham- WR, Tennessee

55) Minnesota Vikings- David Harris- ILB, Michigan

56) St. Louis Rams- Marcus Monk- WR, Arkansas

57) New York Giants- David Irons- CB, Auburn

5Cool Atlanta Falcons- Tank Tyler- DT, NC State

59) Cincinnati Bengals- Prescott Burgess- OLB, Michigan

60) Denver Broncos- Justin Harrell- DT, Tennessee

61) New Orleans Saints- Clark Harris- TE, Rutgers

62) New England Patriots- Fred Bennett- CB, South Carolina

63) Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Barry Richardson- OT, Clemson

64) Chicago Bears- John Talley- CB, Duke

Round 3

65) Miami Dolphins- DeAndre Jackson- CB, Iowa State

66) Detroit Lions- Mkristo Bruce- DE, Washington State

67) Arizona Cardinals- Desmond Bishop- ILB, California

6Cool Oakland Raiders- Andrew Carnahan- OT, Arizona State

69) Tennessee Titans- Andrew Cameron- OT, California

70) Cleveland Browns- Trent Edwards- QB, Stanford

71) Denver Broncos (via WASH)- Josh Gattis- S, Wake Forest

72) Buffalo Bills- Matt Herian- TE, Nebraska

73) Green Bay Packers- Jarrett Hicks- WR, Texas Tech

74) Pittsburgh Steelers- Kurt Quartermann- G, Louisville

75) Houston Texans- Marcus Hamilton- CB, Virginia

76) Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Marquice Cole- CB, Northwestern

77) San Francisco 49rs- Amobi Okoye- DT, Louisville

7Cool Dallas Cowboys- Joe Staley- OT, Central Michigan

79) Jacksonville Jaguars- Earl Everett- OLB, Florida

80) Kansas City Chiefs-Doug Datish- C, Ohio St

81) Philadelphia Eagles- Juwan Simpson- OLB, Alabama

82) New York Jets- Demario Pressley- DE/DT, NC State

83) Carolina Panthers- Joseph "Red" Bryant- DT, Texas A&M

84) Baltimore Ravens- Courtney Taylor- WR, Auburn

85) Seattle Seahawks- Martrez Milner- TE, Georgia

86) San Diego Chargers- Aaron Brant- OT, Iowa State

87) Minnesota Vikings- Daniel Inman- OT, Georgia

88 St Louis Rams- Kevin Kolb- QB, Houston

89) New York Giants- Eric Weddle- S, Utah

90) Atlanta Falcons- Mason Crosby- K, Colorado

91) Cincinnati Bengals- N/A forfeited in 2006 Supplemental Draft

92) Denver Broncos- Dallas Baker- WR, Florida

93) New Orleans Saints- Paul Williams- WR, Fresno State

94) New England Patriots- Chansi Stuckey- WR, Clemson

95) Indianapolis Colts- Larry McSwain- DE, UAB

96) Chicago Bears- Aaron Rouse- S, Virginia Tech
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 26, 2006 2:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't think the Eagles take any player that isn't in the secondary, unless a good DE falls to us. Also the saints will probably have our 3rd because we more than likely will extend stallworth.
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26) Atlanta Falcons- Michael Griffin - S, Texas - The Falcons are doing very well this year; much due to a re-tooled safety corps. Lawyer Milloy only has a few years left in him. Jim Mora Jr. would be very well served to get his replacement now. Griffin is another prospect in the new line of safeties. Similar to Landry, Griffin to can drop into coverage and lay the lumber as well. He can fill in for Milloy right away

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5Cool Atlanta Falcons- Tank Tyler- DT, NC State

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90) Atlanta Falcons- Mason Crosby- K, Colorado

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1st 2 Chargers picks are great. OT Isn't a need at all OG is though so I would go S or OG in Round 3.
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Too high for Jason Hill, he's a 2nd rounder. If we go offense then Zach Miller there if we go defense then Patrick Willis. Decent 2nd rounder, but we need a DT like Amobi Okoye in the 3rd.
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I'm really high on Branch and I can't argue any of the other picks.

Good Jets draft!
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Dolphins draft I like, cause C. Johnson is a beast. But if we end up with the first overall, we'll have way bigger needs then a WR. I'd love for us to get Levi early 2nd tho.
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As long as we got one or two starting caliber Offensive Linemen in free agency, and the took Okoye in the 3rd, that would be great with me
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What happened to Michael Bush?
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I would draft Merrieweather in RD2 for GB. But a very good draft.
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I am okay with Jets' first 2 picks.. I mean no disrespect to Leonard but I think it is a waste of pick because Jets already have Ryan in h back and Scottenheimer does not use FB that often as receiver. That pick should go to OL or OLB...

Unless I overread I am surprised that there is no OT Free in any round.
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5) Tennessee Titans- Gaines Adams- DE, Clemson


Perfect choice for the Titans.

Another pick could have been Adrian Peterson but building up the defense is a bigger priority right now...

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37) Tennessee Titans- Tarrel Brown- CB, Texas


Fred Bennett would be a better pick in my opinion...

Either Bennett or Buster Davis to help out the MLB spot and to finally solidify the LB position...

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69) Tennessee Titans- Andrew Cameron- OT, California


Good pick here.

We need a O-Linemen to help us out for the future...
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Perfect 9ers draft and very in depth explinations for a 3 rounder, good work
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I dont see the bucs drafting two olineman early, we spent our first two picks on lineman that are now starting. I see the bucs drafting BPA early ( DE, LB,CB, or WR) and then mainly defense.
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