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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 1:30 am    Post subject: Spilltray's 2007 Mock Draft Version 2.3 (3rd rounds) Reply with quote

Ok, I'm sure no one is going to like this one yet, but it'll get better, and I will be adding a third round fairly soon, I just want to get some feedback on the first two rounds. Explanations don't matter, either you are on board with the player or not. Do these picks help the teams? Do they fill needs? This is very rough because the board will receive at least a few MAJOR revisions, so help me hammer this out.

Round 1

1 - Oakland Raiders - Brady Quinn - QB - Notre Dame
2 - Miami Dolphins - Calvin Johnson - WR - Georgia Tech
3 - Detroit Lions - Joe Thomas - OT - Wisconsin
4 - Arizona Cardinals - LaRon Landry - S - LSU
5 - Buffalo Bills - Quentin Moses - DE - Georgia
6 - Houston Texans - Patrick Willis - LB - Ole Miss
7 - Tennessee Titans - Dewayne Jarrett - WR - USC
8 - Cleveland Browns - Adrian Peterson - RB - Oklahoma
9 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Gaines Adams - DE - Clemson
10 - SanFrancisco 49ers - Ted Ginn Jr - WR - Ohio State
11 - New York Jets - Marshawn Lynch - RB - California
12 - Washington Redskins - Paul Posluszny - LB - Penn State
13 - Green Bay Packers - Michael Griffin - S - Texas
14 - Dallas Cowboys - Levi Brown - OT - Penn State
15 - Denver Broncos - Jared Gathier - OT - Maryland
16 - Atlanta Falcons - Frank Okam - DT - Texas
17 - Minnesota Vikings - Antoine Cason - CB - Arizona
18 - New York Giants - Kenny Irons - RB - Auburn
19 - Baltimore Ravens - Sam Baker - OT - USC
20 - New Orleans Saints - Marcus McCauley - CB - Fresno State
21 - Kansas City Cheifs - Brian Bohm - QB - Louisville
22 - Jacksonville Jaguars - Brandon Siler LB - Florids
23 - St Louis Rams - Sidney Rice - WR - South Carolina
24 - Philadelphia Eagles - Leon Hall - CB - Michigan
25 - Pittsburgh Steelers - Michael Bush - RB - Louisville
26 - Cincinatti Bengals - Quinn Pittock - DT - Ohio State
27 - Carolina Panthers - Justin Blalock - G - Texas
28 - New England Patriots - LaMarr Woodley - OLB - Michigan
29 - New England Patriots (From Seattle) - HB Blades - LB - Pittsburgh
30 - San Deigo Chargers - Lawrence Jackson - DE - USC
31 - Indianapolis Colts - Adam Carriker - DE - Nebraska
32 - Chicago Bears - Doug Free - OT - Northern Illinois

Round 2

1 - Oakland Raiders - Alan Branch - DT - Michigan
2 - Miami Dolphins - Jake Long - T - Michigan
3 - Detroit Lions - Troy Smith - QB - Ohio State
4 - Arizona Cardinals - Kyle Young - C - Fresno State
5 - Buffalo Bills - Buster Davis - LB - Florida
6 - Houston Texans - Rufus Alexander - LB - Oklahoma
7 - Tennessee Titans - Darrelle Revis - CB - Pittsburgh
8 - Cleveland Browns - Joe Staley - OT - Central Michigan
9 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Jeff Samardzija - WR - Notre Dame
10 - SanFrancisco 49ers - Brandon Merriwether - S - Miami
11 - New York Jets - Brian Smith - OLB - Missourri
12 - New York Jets (from Washington) - Brian Leonard - FB - Rutgers
13 - Green Bay Packers - Daymieon Hughes - CB California
14 - Dallas Cowboys - Drew Stanton - QB _ Michigan State
15 - Denver Broncos - Justin Harrell - DT - Tennessee
16 - Atlanta Falcons - Tom Zbikowski - S - Notre Dame
17 - Minnesota Vikings - Robert Mecham - WR - Tennessee
18 - New York Giants - Aaron Ross - CB - Texas
19 - Baltimore Ravens - DeAndre Jackson - CB - Iowa State
20 - New Orleans Saints - Greg Olsen - TE - Miami
21 - Kansas City Cheifs - Dallas Baker - WR - Florida
22 - Jacksonville Jaguars - Ben Grubbs - G - Auburn
23 - St Louis Rams - Aaron Rouse - S - Virginia Tech
24 - Philadelphia Eagles - Josh Beekman - G - Boston College
25 - Pittsburgh Steelers - Anthony Waters - LB - Clemson
26 - Cincinatti Bengals - Dan Bazuin - DE - Central Michigan
27 - Carolina Panthers - Earl Everett - LB - Florida
28 - New England Patriots - Eric Weddle - s - Utah
29 - Seattle Seahawks - Lynell Hamilton - RB - San Deigo State
30 - San Deigo Chargers - Jason Hill - WR - Washington State
31 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Indianapolis) - Xavier Adibi - LB - Virginia Tech
32 - Chicago Bears - Dan Connor - LB - Penn State

Round 3

1 - Oakland Raiders - Fred Bennett - CB - South Carolina
2 - Miami Dolphins - David Irons - CB - Auburn
3 - Detroit Lions - Victor Abiamiri - DE - Notre Dame
4 - Arizona Cardinals - Mike Jones - G - Iowa
5 - Buffalo Bills - Tarell Brown - CB - Texas
6 - Houston Texans - James Marten - T - Boston College
7 - Tennessee Titans - Tim Crowder - DE - Texas
8 - Cleveland Browns - Baraka Atkins - DE - Miami
9 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Dan Mozes - C - West Virginia
10 - SanFrancisco 49ers - Brandon Mebane - DE - California
11 - New York Jets - Todd Blythe - WR - Iowa State
12 - Washington Redskins - Arron Sears - T - Tennessee
13 - Green Bay Packers - Kenneth Darby - RB - Alabama
14 - Dallas Cowboys - Glenn Dorsey - DT - LSU
15 - Denver Broncos - Brian Robison - DE - Texas
16 - Atlanta Falcons - Prescott Burgess - LB - Michigan
17 - Minnesota Vikings - Amobi Okoye - DT - Louisville
18 - New York Giants - Mike Otto - C - Purdue
19 - Baltimore Ravens - JaMarcus Russell - QB - LSU
20 - New Orleans Saints - Justin Warren - LB Texas A&M
21 - Kansas City Cheifs - Samson Satele - G - Hawaii
22 - Jacksonville Jaguars - Ray McDonald - DE - Florida
23 - St Louis Rams - Marcus Hamilton - CB - Virginia
24 - Philadelphia Eagles - Jessie Daniels - S - LSU
25 - Pittsburgh Steelers - Tony Hunt - RB - Penn State
26 - Cincinatti Bengals (forefit)
27 - Carolina Panthers - Steve Smith - WR - USC
28 - New England Patriots - Antonio Gonzalez - WR - Ohio State
29 - Seattle Seahawks - Jordan Palmer - QB - UTEP
30 - San Deigo Chargers - John Wendling - S - Wyoming
31 - Indianapolis Colts - Kasey Studdard - G - Texas
32 - Chicago Bears - Garrett Wolfe - RB - Noerthern Illinois
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 2:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

if we got peterson at 8, i wouldnt care who we got in the 2nd
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 2:12 am    Post subject: re Reply with quote

Pitcocks alright dunno how he'd be as a bengal....truthfully I woulden't mind seeing em draft Jared Gathier and converting him too defense lol ^_^ I like the 2nd rnder.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 2:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Decent 1st round pick, but we have alot invested in Smoot and Winfield and I think there are bigger need right now. I like the 2nd rounder, but I think Robert Mecham is a better value.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 2:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ginn and Young to The Niners is HONESTLY one of the DUMBEST mocks yet...no offense, but those are terrible picks...we need ALL D...unless we get CJ.....plus...

MARK MY WORDS.....

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 2:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Vikings101 wrote:
Decent 1st round pick, but we have alot invested in Smoot and Winfield and I think there are bigger need right now. I like the 2nd rounder, but I think Robert Mecham is a better value.


On the CB I've heard too many things like this:

Mossburg wrote:
I'd like to nominate a few CBs. Chris Gamble for giving up a 4th and 1 deep pass and then later on that drive the game winning TD. DeAngello Hall for getting "Fred Smooted" all over the Georgia Dome. And of course Fred Smoot for doing what he does best...

List your THIEVES for wek 7.


So of course I figured CB highly, and he appears a good fit for a Tampa-2 Defense.

As far as the WR, I was looking for a more explosive WR than Meecham for you guys, but I'll keep that in mind when I adjust my mock.

As to the 49ers. I still think you need a legit #1 WR and Ginn is explosive. I think you need help all across the OL. I agree that the 49ers need defense, but I just didn't see good value. Who would you pick at those slots then? Don't say dumb and not give me better options.[/quote]
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 12:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great lions picks. Taking thomas would allow us to move Backus to RT, and Martz will be able to develop Troy Smith behind Kitna. Nice job.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 12:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

hmm you have miami taking 2 WR's

might wanna change the 2nd round pick to long
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 12:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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7 - Tennessee Titans - Dewayne Jarrett - WR - USC


Bad pick for the Titans.

People don't understand that we don't need a WR. We have a ton of young players for the future on our roster right now. Calvin Johnson would just be to good to pass on and that's why we would take him but other then that I don't think that we will take a WR in the 1st round...

Better picks would be either AP or Gaines Adams..

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7 - Tennessee Titans - Rufus Alexander - LB - Oklahoma


Another bad choice.

Our LB position might be solified for the future if Stephen Tulloch pans out for us so that we have him, Bulluck, and Thornton for the future...

Better picks would be Daymeion Hughes, Aaron Rouse, or Darrelle Revis.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 1:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

2 linebackers? That's doubtful. We need a safety badly.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 1:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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7 - Tennessee Titans - Dewayne Jarrett - WR - USC


Bad pick for the Titans.

People don't understand that we don't need a WR. We have a ton of young players for the future on our roster right now. Calvin Johnson would just be to good to pass on and that's why we would take him but other then that I don't think that we will take a WR in the 1st round...

Better picks would be either AP or Gaines Adams..

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7 - Tennessee Titans - Rufus Alexander - LB - Oklahoma


Another bad choice.

Our LB position might be solified for the future if Stephen Tulloch pans out for us so that we have him, Bulluck, and Thornton for the future...

Better picks would be Daymeion Hughes, Aaron Rouse, or Darrelle Revis.


First off, thank you for the excellent, CONSTRUCTIVE help. As to the WR early, I had somewhat assumed Bennett was going to leave via FA making a Day 1 WR somewhat necessary. I don't see AP being the pick with White as your second last year, but anyone could take him.

As for the DB to Ten are you looking more CB or S?

And sorry about Miami, I'll fix that when the third round comes out.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 1:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

great bucs 1st round pick bad 2nd round pick with Greg Olsen no need for a Te i think we would take rouse there....
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 2:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Raiders are not going to draft Quinn. Peterson or Johnson in the 1st. I really doubt that Alan Branch drops to the 2nd round, but if he does that is a great pick up for the Raiders.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 2:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

peterson and staley good picks for browns.
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Im not sure Gaither would fall that far, I certainly hope he wouldnt fall past Baltimore. Sam Baker is an acceptable pick none the less if you see him rising that far. I love Darrelle Revis in the 2nd round, he's one of my favorite prospects, but again, Im not sure he'd fall that far.
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