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02-13-2006, 05:55 PM
Round 1

1) The NFL Draft Texans - Reggie Bush, RB USC
2) ThaShark316 Saints - Matt Leinart, QB USC
3) markbeth Titans - Vince Young, QB Texas
4) Beerlover Lions - Mario Williams, DE South Carolina- (from Driftaway Jets)
5) Hottoddie Packers - D'Brickashaw Ferguson, OT Virginia
6) texman8 49'ers - A.J. Hawk, LB OSU
7) swtbound07 Falcons - Michael Huff, S Texas- (from Vinny Raiders)
8) Sarg01 Bills - Haloti Ngata, Oregon DT
9) DRIFTAWAY Jets - Deangelo Williams, RB - Memphis (from Beerlover Lions)
10) SESupergenius Cardinals - Max Jean-Gilles, OG Georgia
11) TEXANS84 Vikings - LenDale White, RB USC - (from wags Rams)
12) F-minus67 Browns - Chad Greenway, LB Iowa
13) TMac48 Ravens - Jimmy Williams, DB
14) jgl35 Eagles -Vernon Davis, TE, Maryland
15) Vinny Raiders - Jay Cutler, QB (from swtbound07 Falcons)
16) Hoth-Boy Dolphins - Antonio Cromartie, CB, FSU
17) wags Rams - Ko Simpson, FS, South Carolina (from TEXANS84 Vikings)
18) Huge Cowboys - Winston Justice, OT USC
19) TexanBacker93 Chargers - Santonio Holmes, WR OSU
20) texan279 Chiefs - Brodrick Bunkley, DT, FSU
21) Lucky Patriots - Manny Lawson, DE/OLB, North Carolina State
22) YoungTexanFan Broncos (from Redskins) - Marcedes Lewis, TE, UCLA
23) the-wiz Buccaneers - Marcus McNeill, OT, Auburn
24) C Madd Bengals - Gabe Watson, DT, Michigan
25) BuffSoldier Giants - Ashton Youboty, CB, Ohio St
26) Ledzeppelin269 Bears - Chad Jackson, WR, Florida
27) texasguy346 Panthers - Eric Winston, OT, Miami
28) The Preacher Jaguars - Tye Hill, CB, Clemson
29) Sarg01 Bills - Tamba Hali, DE, Penn State (from YoungTexanFan Broncos)
30) cap1 Colts - DeMeco Ryans, LB, Alabama
31) mancunian Seahawks - Bobby Carpenter, LB OSU
32) College Texan Steelers - Mathias Kiwanuka, DE BC

Round 2
33) The NFL Draft Texans - Jonathan Scott, OT Texas
34) ThaShark316 Saints - Daryn Colledge, OT, Boise St
35) DRIFTAWAY Jets - Leonard Pope, TE, Georgia
36) Hottoddie Packers - Thomas Howard, OLB, UTEP
37) Vinny Raiders - Darnell Bing, SS USC
38) texman8 49ers - Charles Spencer, OG/T, Pittsburgh
39) markbeth Titans - Ernie Simms, LB Florida State
40) DRIFTAWAY Jets - Nick Mangold, C OSU (from Beerlover Lions)
41) SESupergenius Cardinals - Rod Wright, DT, Texas
42) YoungTexanFan Broncos (from Sarg01 Bills) - Sinorice Moss, WR, Miami
43) F-minus67 Browns - Ryan O'Callaghan, OT Cal
44) TMac48 Ravens - Laurence Maroney RB Minn
45) jgl35 Eagles - Claude Wroten DT LSU
46) wags Rams - Dominique Byrd TE, USC
47) Vinny Raiders - Darryl Tapp, DE VT (from swtbound07 Falcons)
48) wags Rams - D'Qwell Jackson, LB Maryland
49) Huge Cowboys - Adbul Hodge, LB, Iowa
50) TexanBacker93 Chargers - Richard Marshall, CB, Fresno State (from TEXANS84 Vikings)
51) Hoth-Boy Dolphins - Davin Joseph, OG, Oklahoma
52) Lucky Patriots - Maurice Stovall, WR, Notre Dame
53) Porky Redskins - Derek Hagan, WR, Arizona State
54) texan279 Chiefs -Martin Nance, WR, Miami (OH)
55) C Madd Bengals - Jason Allen, SS Tennessee
56) BuffSoldier Giants - Kai Parham, LB, Virginia
57) Ledzeppelin269 Bears - Andrew Whitworth, OT LSU
58) texasguy346 Panthers - Joseph Addai, RB, LSU
59) the-wiz Buccaneers - Taitusi Lutui G USC
60) The Preacher Jaguars - Mark Setterstrom, G, Minnesota
61) YoungTexanFan Broncos - Orien Harris, DT, Miami
62) cap1 Colts - Brian Calhoun, RB, Wisconsin
63) mancunian Seahawks - Victor Adeyanju, DE, Indiana
64) College Texan Steelers - Greg Blue, S Georgia

Round 3
65) The NFL Draft Texans - Donte Whitner, SS, Ohio State University
66) The NFL Draft Texans - Alan Zemaitis, CB, Penn State (from Saints)
67) Hottoddie Packers - Roger McIntosh, OLB, Miami
68) texman8 49ers - Will Blackmon, WR/CB, Boston College
69) Vinny Raiders - Maurice Drew, RB UCLA
70) Sarg01 Bills (from Titans) - Jeremy Trueblood, OT, Boston College
71) DRIFTAWAY Jets - Jonathon Joseph, CB, South Carolina
72) SESupergenius Cardinals - Fred Matua, OG USC
73) YoungTexanFan Broncos - Ray Edwards DE, Purdue (from Sarg01 Bills)
74) Beerlover Lions - Kevin Boothe, OL Cornell
75) Lucky Patriots - Daniel Bullocks SS Nebraska (from Ravens)
76) jgl35 Eagles - Devin Hester, Miami
77) TEXANS84 Vikings - Greg Eslinger, Minnesota (from wags Rams)
78) F-minus67 Browns - Babatunde Oshinowo, DT Stanford
79) swtbound07 Falcons - Michael Robinson qb/wr Penn State
80) Huge Cowboys - Cedric Griffin, CB/FS, Texas
81) TexanBacker93 Chargers - Anthony Smith, S, Syracuse University
82) Hoth-Boy Dolphins - Brodie Croyle, QB, Alabama
83) TEXANS84 Vikings - Kevin Simon, LB, Tennessee
84) Porky Redskins - John McCargo, DT, NC State
85) texan279 Chiefs - Lawrence Vickers, FB, Colorado
86) Lucky Patriots - Kelly Jennings, CB, Miami
87) BuffSoldier Giants - Dust Dvoracek, DT, Oklahoma
88) Ledzeppelin269 Bears - Joel Klopfenstein, TE, Colorado
89) texasguy346 Panthers - Tony Scheffler, TE, Western Michigan
90) the-wiz Buccaneers - Charles Gorden, CB Kansas
91) C Madd Bengals - Anthony Fasano, TE, Notre Dame
92) The Preacher Jaguars - Kamerion Wimbley, DE, Florida State
93) YoungTexanFan Broncos - Mike Hass, WR, Oregon State
94) cap1 Colts - Will Allen, OG, Texas
95) mancunian Seahawks - Pat Watkins, FS, Florida State
96) College Texan Steelers - Jason Avant, WR, Michigan

Round 4
97) The NFL Draft Texans - Omar Jacobs, QB, Bowling Green
98) ThaShark316 Saints
99) Vinny Raiders
100) texman8 49ers
101) markbeth Titans
102) Beerlover Lions (from DRIFTAWAY Jets)
103) Hottoddie Packers
104) Sarg01 Bills
105) Lucky Patriots (from Lions)
106) SESupergenius Cardinals
107) jgl35 Eagles
108) wags Rams
109) F-minus67 Browns
110) TMac48 Ravens
111) swtbound07 Falcons
112) TexanBacker93 Chargers
113) Hoth-Boy Dolphins
114) TEXANS84 Vikings
115) jgl35 Eagles (from Cowboys)
116) DRIFTAWAY Jets (from Chiefs)
117) Lucky Patriots
118) YoungTexanFan Broncos (from Redskins)
119) Ledzeppelin269 Bears
120) texasguy346 Panthers
121) the-wiz Buccaneers
122) C Madd Bengals
123) BuffSoldier Giants
124) The Preacher Jaguars
125) YoungTexanFan Broncos
126) jgl35 Eagles (from Colts)
127) mancunian Seahawks
128) College Texan Steelers

*Vinny Raiders own swtbound07 Falcons second round pick via trade (http://www.houstontexans.com/fan_zone/messageboards/showpost.php?p=275496&postcount=22)
*Driftaway Jets own Beerlover Lions 2nd round pick (http://www.houstontexans.com/fan_zone/messageboards/showpost.php?p=275545&postcount=27) & Beerlover Lions own Driftaway Jets 4th round pick
*TEXANS84 Vikings own wags Rams first rounder and 3rd rounder (http://www.houstontexans.com/fan_zone/messageboards/showpost.php?p=276624&postcount=13), wags Rams owns TEXANS84 Vikings 1st rounder and 2nd rounder
*YoungTexanFan Broncos own Sarg01 Bills 2nd round pick (#42) and 3rd round pick (#73) (http://www.houstontexans.com/fan_zone/messageboards/showpost.php?p=278799&postcount=31), Sarg01 Bills own YoungTexanFan Broncos 1st round pick (#29)

02-14-2006, 01:19 AM
The Houston Texans select with the #1 overall pick...


Reggie Bush, from the University of Southern California

With no decent trade offers, and the Texans commited to David Carr, they opt for a shot of instant offense. The most explosive player in college football over the last 2 years, Bush will give the opposing DC's nightmares.

Lets hope he becomes the NFL star, that most of us think he will.

02-14-2006, 01:37 AM
With the 2nd pick of the 2006 NFL Draft, the New Orleans Saints select...


Matt Leinart, Quarterback, University of Southern California

Wanting a Pro-style QB, instead of developing another scrambler, the Saints go with Leinart over Young.

Tennessee Titans are now on the clock....

02-14-2006, 07:41 AM
the titians select vince young qb from the university of texas.

with most of the staff wanting to select a lt tackle to replace hopkins. bud adams steps in and forces the team to go with young. hoping to stick it to his old fans back home one last time. after the draft bud kept mumbleing something about "twice a year".

02-14-2006, 08:39 PM
The Green Bay Packers select D'Brickashaw Ferguson (OT) Virginia.

02-14-2006, 08:41 PM
The Lions move up to select elite DE Mario Williams http://i.a.cnn.net/si/multimedia/photo_gallery/2005/08/11/acc/williams.jpg

02-14-2006, 10:46 PM
49ers select A. J. Hawk LB Ohio State

02-14-2006, 11:04 PM
Decided on Hawk because he is an impact player worthy of this pick. Reading on 49ers' MB, they said their needs were playmakers, depth on OL, pass rushers,LB ( everyone is a FA ) ,FS. Sounds like Texans,eh

02-15-2006, 12:35 AM
The Atlanta Falcons Select

Michael Huff, University of Texas

With safety being the primary area of need, the falcons decide to move up and grab the highest rated player in that area. Huff will join Deangelo Hall in one of the premiere secondaries in the league.

02-15-2006, 11:17 AM
The Buffalo Bills select Haloti Ngata, 6'5" 335 lb. DT from Oregon.

Coach Jauron has always done best with a big bad DT squishing the run. More importantly, our defense dropped from 2nd to 29th in one year after losing Pat Williams to Free Agency. Sam Adams just isn't getting it done.

02-15-2006, 03:56 PM
With the 9th pick the Jets select RB Deangelo Williams, 5'10" 217 pounds, Memphis.

Curtis Martin is getting older, and the Jets RB problem is just as glaring as QB or LT. The draft is deep with tackle's and lets not count Chad Pennington out yet. The Jets didn't get Bush, but still trade down, pick up a 2nd rounder and still get a premier RB.

02-15-2006, 11:33 PM
With the 10th pick, the Arizona Cardinal select offensive guard, Max Jean-Gilles, SR, 6-4, 340, Georgia.

The recent signing of Kurt Warner to longer contract than anticipated negated the option of drafting QB standout, Jay Cutler. The offensive was very suspect in the run last year finishing at the bottom half of the league in rushing. Gilles brings an immediate upgrade to the line to allow Arrington to take over the starting spot.

02-16-2006, 12:27 AM
There has been a trade between the wags Rams and the TEXANS84 Vikings:
Rams get: Vikings 1st rounder (17th overall) and 2nd rounder (48th overall)
Vikings get: Rams 1st rounder (11th overall) and 3rd rounder (77th overall)

02-16-2006, 08:55 AM
Vikins select:

RB LenDale White, USC

With no runningback to help the offense, the Vikings need a "bruiser" style runningback to control the clock with.

02-16-2006, 01:36 PM
With the 12th overall selection in the 2006 houstontexans.com mock draft, the Cleveland Browns select:

LB Chad Greenway out of Iowa

The browns LB corps is pathetic. Besides Andra Davis there isn't a single LB on their team who even close to being a star of the defense until now. Greenway has great size (6'4" 239lbs), moves very well and is a great tackler. He has also proven to be a leader, which is what the brown's defense has been lacking.

02-16-2006, 02:32 PM
With the 13th pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens select:
Jimmy Willaims - CB - Virginia Tech University

02-16-2006, 07:17 PM
With the 14th pick Philadelphia selects Vernon Davis TE Maryland

Errant Hothy
02-17-2006, 01:28 AM
The fins roll the dice that this kid is 100% again and select

CB from FSU - Antonio Cromartie
He's got that rare ombo of speed and size. Toss in the fact that when he gets the ball, kid can make plays. Only concern is the injury, but if Willis can come back I feel Antonio will do just fine.

And DAMN the Raiders :D

02-17-2006, 08:16 AM
The Rams select Ko Simpson. He will be an immediate starter at FS and will improve a pretty bad defense. He excels in coverage and is a solid tackler. This guy will be the next Ed Reed in the NFL... at least the Rams hope so.

02-18-2006, 09:35 AM
The Cowboys are picking Winston Justice OL USC

02-18-2006, 11:27 AM
With the 19th pick, the Chargers select, Santonio Holmes, Wide Receiver from THE Ohio State University.

With Winston Justice going to the Cowboys the pick before, the Chargers knew going after a deep threat was their best option. Holmes gives Brees another target and should open the field for Antonio Gates underneath.

02-18-2006, 09:14 PM
With the 20th pick, the Texan279 Chiefs select Brodrick Bunkley, DT, FSU.


The Chiefs focused on their defense last season by adding Patrick Surtain, Sammy Knight, Kendrell Bell, and Derrick Johnson, but still need help in the middle of the line. The Chiefs used a 5 man rotation last season at DT yet no one player did anything spectacular at the DT spot and the 5 of them combined had 88 tackles and 3 sacks. In 2005 Bunkley recorded 25 tackles for loss which was #2 in the nation, recorded 66 total tackles, 9 sacks, and 15 quarterback hurries. He was named a FWAA team first team All-American and a CNNSI.com first team All-American...voted second team All-ACC...was named to ESPN.com first team All-Film team where they rank players based on game film and production. He gets good push up the middle contributing towards the pass rush, and he fills running lanes well with his constant activity, good pursuit and intensity and should give the Chiefs some much needed help in the middle of the defensive line.

02-18-2006, 10:32 PM
With the 21st pick, the New England Patriots select…

Manny Lawson DE/OLB North Carolina State

The Pats inability to pressure the QB (23rd in sacks) was a large contributor to New England’s 31st ranking in pass defense. With Willie McGinest entering his 13th season and Mike Vrabel moved inside, the Patriots are suddenly thin at the Elephant position in their 3-4/4-3 hybrid defense.

Lawson is a 6’5”, 240 lb DE who played OLB his first 2 seasons with the Wolfpack. More than just a speed rusher, Manny plays the run well and has the athleticism to drop back in coverage. In addition, Lawson is an outstanding special teams player with 6 career punt blocks. I’m sure Belichick & staff can’t wait to begin coaching this former ACC long jump champ.

And look how happy Manny is to be a Patriot!


02-18-2006, 11:01 PM
With the 22nd pick of the first round, The Denver Broncos select:

Marcedes Lewis TE 6'6" 255 UCLA

The Broncos have lacked a legitiment TE since the days of Sharpe. Lewis is the most complete and still the best TE in the draft. He has size comparable to Pope, but is a much more refined blocker and reciever. He can stretch the field. The Broncos were looking to draft Bunkley at DT, but he went slightly before our pick. We took the next best guy and filled a huge need.

NFL Comparision: Antonio Gates

02-19-2006, 11:19 AM
With the 23rd pick, the Buccaneers select Marcus McNeill of Auburn. With the need of an OT on the rise for Tampa, they try to fix that problem with this young man.

C Madd
02-19-2006, 03:42 PM
With the 24th pick, the Bengals select Gabe Watson, DT, Michigan.

Watson's stock rose after an impressive Senior Bowl week where he was said to completely dominate. Though the need for a SS is also present, Cincinnati's need for a run-stopping DT was greater. This monster 6'4 331 lb DT will help out a team that was ranked 20th against the run last year.

02-20-2006, 01:13 AM
NY giants select Ashton Youboty, CB from THE Ohio State University

The New York Giant secondary is questionablr to say the least. Even though they had a major need at LB, drafting a top flight corner is more important right now. They select the 6'1 Youboty who plays physical and also has good speed to cover the deep routes.

02-20-2006, 04:00 PM
With the 27th pick in the HoustonTexans.com Official Mock Draft, the Carolina Panthers select ...

Eric Winston, LT, Miami

Ht: 6'7" Wt: 315


The Carolina Panthers are a team with a few positions where there is a glaring weakness. LT is one of those positions. The Panthers had previously drafted Jordan Gross out of Utah to secure the LT spot, but he has since developed into a solid RT. This past season the LT position was filled by Travelle Wharton. He preformed admirably, but he just isn't a long-term solution to the problem. Picking up Winston here helps to bring a LT with tremendous size, speed, agility, and awareness to the Carolina O-Line. In a division where your LT faces off against the likes of Simeon Rice twice a year a solid franchise LT is necessary to success.

Winston has the natural abilities to be an elite LT despite only playing the position since 2003. He began his collegiate career as a TE. He's an excellent run blocker and pass blocker, and he's got the mean streak you look for in a tough-nosed offensivelineman. Winston was responsible for making all the line calls at Miami, and that will surely serve him well at the next level. His major draw back is an injury concern stemming from his torn ACL in a game against Georgia Tech. The Panthers are confident that Winston is fully recovered, and that he'll continue to improve with good coaching to improve his techniques, and plenty of strength training to prepare his body for the pounding that a NFL lineman takes all year.

02-20-2006, 04:08 PM
With the 26th pick, the Chicago Bears select Florida WR Chad Jackson. After a season of inept offense that was only saved by the Bears defense, it was clear which side of the ball needed to be addressed. Although some might consider it a little early, there's really no telling until the guys get on the field.

The Preacher
02-20-2006, 06:22 PM
Tye Hill, CB Clemson The freefall continues right into the club's lap. With world class speed and still being fairly young at the position, the potential for this young CB is staggering. Aside Rashean Mathis the club has what it now believes to be the next top CB duo in the league.

02-20-2006, 08:33 PM
There has been a trade. The YoungTexanFan Broncos have decided to trade pick #29 to the Sarg01 Bills for picks #42 and #73.

Sarg01 is now on the clock with pick #29.

02-20-2006, 09:09 PM
There has been a trade. The YoungTexanFan Broncos have decided to trade pick #29 to the Sarg01 Bills for picks #42 and #73.

Sarg01 is now on the clock with pick #29. Can you send me the convo with the agreement??? I need to okay each trade...

02-20-2006, 09:26 PM
Can you send me the convo with the agreement??? I need to okay each trade...

I confirm the trade.

The Bills select DE Tamba Hali from Penn St.

Not sure what he's doing on the board at this point, but who's arguing? With Clements getting F-tagged the Bills biggest defensive needs (29th in NFL last year - ick) were clearly on the D-line. With Ngata chewing up multiple O-linemen, a guy like Hali should be a little shot of pure QB destruction. And he can play the run, too - how sweet is that?

02-20-2006, 09:52 PM
The cap1 Colts have given me their "draft board" and with the 30th pick in the first round, the cap1 Colts select DeMeco Ryans, LB, Alabama.

02-20-2006, 10:30 PM
The cap1 Colts have given me their "draft board" and with the 30th pick in the first round, the cap1 Colts select DeMeco Ryans, LB, Alabama.

Cap1 Colts chose Demeco Ryans at LB because we need some solid LB due to the Other LBs leaving in FA.

Here is some Info: http://www.rolltide.com/football/5725.asp

2005 Graduate • 2005 First-Team All-America (AP, Walter Camp, FWAA, AFCA, SI.COM) • 2005 NCAA Top Eight Award • 2005 SEC Defensive Player of the Year (Coaches, AP) • 2005 Lott Trophy Winner • 2006 Cotton Bowl Defensive MVP • 2005 CoSIDA Academic District IV • 2005 First-Team All-SEC (Coaches, AP) • 2005 Arthur Ashe, Jr., Sports Scholar • 2005 Rivals.com All-Bowl Team • 2005 Bednarik Trophy Finalist • 2005 Butkus Trophy Finalist • 2005 Draddy Award Finalist • 2005 Lombardi Award Finalist • 2005 Nagurski Award Finalist • CBS Scholar-Athlete of the Game vs. South Carolina • SEC Defensive Player of the Week vs. Arkansas • CBS Scholar-Athlete of the Game vs. Florida • Sports Illustrated’s Midseason All-America Team • Walter Camp Foundation National Defensive Player of the Week vs. Tennessee • SEC Defensive Player of the Week vs. Tennessee • 2004 Second-Team All-SEC (Coaches) • 2004 Honorable Mention All-SEC (AP) • 2004 CBS Scholar Athlete of the Week vs. AU • 2004 Academic All-SEC • 2004 ESPN Second Team Academic • All-District IV 2003 Academic All-SEC • 2003 CoSIDA Academic District IV • Single Game Tackle Record Holder (25) • 2002 Freshman Academic All-SEC

02-21-2006, 08:51 AM
The NFL Draft--I sent you a pm before I had finished it and then when I tried to send the rest it said your pm box was full. Time to flush some old ones.

College Texan
02-21-2006, 05:06 PM
The surprised Steelers were hoping for Max Jean-Gilles, but nonetheless have a good talent fall to them. The Steelers are not looking for a backup to Willie Parker neither are they wasting the pick on a safety, they already have one good one. They go for Mathias Kiwanuka to take over Clark Haggans spot, which will truly give them a feared duo as Kiwanuka teams with Porter on the opposite side and this will keep Polumalu in coverage more to compensate for a possible loss of Chris Hope. Kiwanuka maybe too tall to play OLB, but his athletisism makes up for it, he also may have fallen off of draft boards at the Senior Bowl, ut keep in mind in the 3-4 Kiwanuka faces TE's and RB's as he has big DT's to eat up space. Kiwanuka also helps the Steelers on passing downs, giving them a true end to rush the passer. Good teams get better and the Steelers may end up being good for a long time.

02-21-2006, 05:36 PM
With the 33rd pick in the 2006 NFL draft, the Houston Texans Select...

Jonathan Scott from the University of Texas

Height: 6'7"
Weight: 310
40-Time: 5.3

With tackle being a need for so many years, and 2006 having multiple franchise left tackles, Scott slips to the 2nd and is picked up by the Texans. I also looked at the middle of the o-line, TE, and Linebacker, but decided a franchise LT is something this team has been missing since day 1.

Projected starters, so far: ;)

LT Jonathan Scott
LG Chester Pitts
C Drew Hodgdon
RG Zach Weigert
RT Todd Wade


02-22-2006, 12:32 PM
The Saints pick Daryn Colledge, OT, Boise St to go with Matt Leinart and the new, New Orleans Saints offense. Wayne Gandy is 35 next season and this will give the Saints two young bookend Tackles to go with their new field general.

The Driftaway Jets proxied the pick of the Georgia TE Leonard Pope.

02-22-2006, 02:15 PM
....the Green Bay Packers select Thomas Howard, OLB, 6-3, 240, UTEP.

02-22-2006, 10:56 PM
49ers will select an OL to protect Alex Smith's backside.and open up running game....Charles Spencer OG/T Pittsburgh. Hope to get some weapons for offense, later.

02-23-2006, 07:10 AM
Good pick up Texman.

02-23-2006, 11:54 AM
the titians select olb ernie simms from florida state.

the titians are looking to add some speed to thier lb core and since thomas howard was already gone we decided to go with simms.

titians turned down an option to trade down and add a third because the 2cnd round pick was to late in the round.

02-23-2006, 03:47 PM
The Jets select Nick Mangold,C,Ohio State to help shore up their weak offensive line.

02-23-2006, 05:57 PM
The Arizona Cardinals select Rod Wright, SR, 6-5, 315, Texas.

Russell Davis is a free agent and may not be with the team. If he does sign however, Wright is still a welcomed addition to fight for a starting spot.

02-23-2006, 07:03 PM
The YoungTexanFan Broncos select:

WR Sinorice Moss, 5-8, 185, Miami (Fl)

Moss has been rising up draft boards, and the Broncos are in dire need of a top reciver. Moss provides top notch speed, while being able to make quick cuts. He is able to find seams and has good hands. He is considered a first round tweener, and the Broncos are happy to see him fall.

02-23-2006, 10:58 PM
With the 43rd pick in the 2006 Houstontexans.com mock draft, the Cleveland Browns select....


Ryan O'Callaghan, Tackle from Cal

Ryan Tucker only has a few years left in him and has been pretty injury prone. O'Callaghan is a prototypical right tackle. He has the size(6'6" 347lbs) to blow up defenders at the point of attack. Also once he locks on to a defender, its all over. He has experince at guard so he could probably do some spot duty there if a starter gets injured.

02-24-2006, 03:27 AM
With the 44th pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, The Baltimore Ravens select:
Laurence Maroney - RB - University of Minnesota
When a back this good slips this far you gotta take him, especially with the Jamal Lewis situation in Baltimore.

02-24-2006, 07:05 AM
With the 45 pick Philly selects Claude Wroten DT LSU.

02-24-2006, 10:07 AM
The St. Louis Rams select Dominique Byrd.....

The Rams lack a real pass catching TE and Byrd has great hands. He was a weapon in a high powered offense in college, so he will fit right in with the Rams and their new coach.

02-24-2006, 11:10 AM

That's big Al giving Pbuc the wink, wink, nudge, nudge. "Too bad Casserly wasn't trading back in this draft, we could have restored the pride and the glory by May", chortled Big Al.

Why is big Al so happy you ask? Well, the most explosive edge rusher in this draft just fell into the Raiders lap. "Darryl Tapp Owns da Brick", was mumbled as Al was gearing up for some more bocci ball.


02-24-2006, 11:27 AM
The Rams select D'Qwell Jackson....

Coakley had a serious injury last year and is a question mark in the linebacking core. Jackson is a solid tackler and can take over for Coakley. The Rams defense stunk last year so they are bringing in some fresh bodies and have a LB and ballhawk FS so far.

02-24-2006, 11:39 AM
Sticking with the LBer theme...

Dallas selects Adbul Hodge, LB, Iowa

With the pending retirement of Dat Ngyuen and Al Singleton coming off an injury, we're suddenly thin(ner) with our LB corps. Hodge fits in nicely with our defensive schemes. Should help plug the middle immediately.

Jerry Jones admits it was tough to pass on Pepsi machine at this point in the draft but we're pleased.

02-25-2006, 01:26 AM
Richard Marshall, CB, Fresno St.

The team need an upgrade in the defensive backfield and Marshall is an outstanding cover corner. Hopefully, he provides the shut down ability that Quentin Jammer hasn't.

Errant Hothy
02-25-2006, 10:12 AM
Davin Joseph, SR, 6-3, 306, Oklahoma

SHort and sweet. gott go.

02-25-2006, 03:20 PM
With the 52nd pick, the New England Patriots select…

Maurice Stovall WR Notre Dame


It appears more and more that New England will lose David Givens in free agency. Stovall is the physical receiver who can replace Givens in the Pats’ system. In fact, Maurice played in near identical offense last year under Charlie Weis at South Bend.

At 6’4” 216 lbs, Stovall has the look of the 21st century WR. Though still somewhat raw in terms of fundamentals, Maurice made great strides in his senior season. Began college at the age of 17, so Stovall still has a lot of “upside”.

02-25-2006, 05:23 PM
After twiddling our thumbs waiting through the first rd, the Skins finally get in on the action.

We select:

Derek Hagan
WR - Arizona St.

The Skins badly need a solid #2 WR to complement Santana Moss.
While more quick, than fast, Derek is a hard working over-achiever with good size, and a knack for getting open. Hagan is just the kind of productive WR we need to complement Moss, and fits our needs to a tee.

02-25-2006, 07:08 PM
With the 54th overall pick the Texan279 Chiefs select Derek Hagan WR from Arizona State University.


After drafting Brodrick Bunkley in the 1st round the Chiefs decided to focus on the offensive side of the ball in the 2nd round. With Eddie Kennison entering his 11th season and no other real major threat at WR the Chiefs decided to focus on a WR. Hagan is the Pac-10's all-time leader in career receptions with 258, and finished second in conference history with 3,939 career receiving yards...is seventh on the Pac-10 career receiving touchdowns list with 27...only the 10th player in Pac-10 history to record 3,000 or more yards and 200 or more catches in his career...concluded his career as ASU's all-time leader in receptions, receiving yards, receiving touchdowns, 100-yard games (18) and career receiving yards per game (78.8)...

02-26-2006, 10:59 AM
Since Hagan was drafted by Porky's Redskins and it's been half a day since the pick I'm just going to slot in Martin Nance, WR, Miami (OH) for the Chiefs pick since 279 was looking at WR here.

02-26-2006, 11:08 AM
Since Hagan was drafted by Porky's Redskins and it's been half a day since the pick I'm just going to slot in Martin Nance, WR, Miami (OH) for the Chiefs pick since 279 was looking at WR here.

That's alright Vinny. I was trying to make a decision between those two anyway, but the reason I picked Hagan was because he was still on the prospect board.

02-26-2006, 11:10 AM
I didn't notice you on...or I would have asked you...I'll change it if you have another option. Nance has great size and is a good fit with the Chiefs since they like their wr's to block too.

02-26-2006, 11:14 AM
I didn't notice you on...or I would have asked you...I'll change it if you have another option. Nance has great size and is a good fit with the Chiefs since they like their wr's to block too.

No, Nance is good, I was going to go with him first then was back and forth then decided on Hagan, but Nance is who I would have picked if I had known Hagan was off the board.

02-26-2006, 12:16 PM
The clock expired on Cmadd...so I made the pick. The Bengals did well with the first pick as a run stuffer was much needed. In round 2 we will try to fix the broken SS postion with Jason Allen. Allen has good size and has cornerback skills as well so he will be able to matchup in man coverages at the next level and will not need to come off the field in long down and distance situations. Madieu Williams and Allen should be a nice tandem back there.

02-26-2006, 02:16 PM
With their second round pick the NY Giants select Kai Parham, LB for Virgina.

02-27-2006, 08:28 AM
The Ledzeppelin269 Bears will take Andrew Whitworth, OT LSU. Whitworth probably won't be here when the Bears make their pick so they are excited to shore up their offensive line with the physically dominant and durable Whitworth.

02-27-2006, 05:44 PM
With the 58th pick in the HoustonTexans.com Official Mock Draft the Carolina Panthers select ...

Joseph Addai, RB, LSU


Ht: 6' 0"
Wt: 215
40 Time: 4.38

Addai gives the Panthers peace of mind in this upcoming season. With Stephen Davis on his way out, and Deshaun Foster's injury concerns the Panthers came into this draft with the HB position being a position of high priority. Addai is a steal this late in the second round as he's considered by some to be the 2nd or 3rd best RB in this draft. He's got good vision, great quickness, and plenty of speed to turn those short 10 yard gains into big time plays. He's got good power and is a north/south style runner, and he won't have to come off the field in short yardage situations. He is also an excellent receiver out of the backfield, but as most rookie RBs he'll have to work on his blitz pickup. John Fox believes he can mold Addai into a great RB for the Panthers for years to come. Addai will be given the chance to compete for the starting job immediately with Nick Goings and Foster (should he return). Addai has a similar running style to his former LSU teammate, and now NFL RB Domanick Davis. Addai has the burst and extra speed to outrun the secondary, but other than that they're very similar.

02-27-2006, 10:36 PM
Temp.GM of Tampa selects Taitusi Lutui G USC.

The Preacher
02-28-2006, 08:25 AM
Mark Setterstrom, G, Minnesota. After solidifying the secondary, the Jags turn to the offensive side of the ball. The line needs some building so they take a guy who has been extremely tough and durable. "I'm just telling you he is one tough sucker."--Glen Mason. He hates to see this guy go and now he will be a rock on the interior in Jacksonville for years to come. He probably needs to bulk up a little and improve his pass protection but there is no doubt this guy will do whatever it takes to succeed at the next level.

02-28-2006, 05:20 PM
The YoungTexanFan Broncos select:

DT, Orien Harris, SR, 6-4, 300, Miami (Fl)

Denver improves the cast-off defensive line. Thus far they have addressed TE with Lewis, WR with Moss, and now DT with Harris.

02-28-2006, 07:06 PM
After earlier attems Fail to trade up for Moroney the Colts set back and watched.

With the 62nd selection in the 2006 NFL draft Cap1 Colts select......

Diet Pepsi Machine :redtowel: :redtowel: :redtowel:

No really I select Brian Calhoun, RB, Wisconsin. After not resigning Edgrin James, the Colts need a RB.

Info from: http://www.nflfans.com/x/2006/showplayer.php?key=Brian%20Calhoun*

Honors: Named in the preseason as The Sporting News Big Ten Newcomer of the Year

2004: Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules ... scout offense player of the week vs. UNLV ... was part of 2005 Big Ten champion 4x100-meter relay team

2003: (At Colorado) Led team in rushing with 810 yards, averaging 4.2 yards per carry and scoring five touchdowns ... third among all running backs in the Big 12 with 32 receptions ... earned the Fred Casotti Award as CU’s most outstanding offensive back

2002: (At Colorado) Played in every game, including one start ... rushed for 314 yards, the seventh most by a true frosh in CU history ... also saw some action on special teams, returning six kickoffs for an average of 13.2 yards

03-01-2006, 03:59 AM
with the 63rd pick the Seahawks select Victor Adeyanju DE Indiana

College Texan
03-01-2006, 12:51 PM
With the last pick in the second round the Pittsburgh Steelers select......

You can make the argument that Chris Hope will not return to the Steelers, in the meantime the Steelers have to take into consideration that they need an upgrade in thier secondary. There is a safety on the baord who seems to mirror Polumalu and could take his spot against the run, allowing Polumalu to pass cover more. The Steelers move on without Hope and they will hardly miss him after selecting vicious hitter Greg Blue form Georgia. Blue is fast and can hit hard, giving the Steelers two feared safeties to keep recievers running along the sidelines.

03-01-2006, 03:50 PM
The Texans have back to back picks right now. And the Cards are in.

With the 65th pick in the 2006 NFL draft, the Houston Texans select Donte Whitner, SS from Ohio State.


With Brown, and Earl starting, depth, or competition is needed. Also with Coleman being released, someone is needed. Whitner is a great value at this point, and should be a great player for the Texans.


With the 66th pick in the 2006 NFL draft, the Houston Texans select Alan Zemaitis, CB, Penn State.


This may be a bit of overkill at CB to some people, but I was not happy with our CB crew last year. Buchanon will stay around to take a pounding at return man, and Faggins, and McKenzie will battle for the #2. That was before Zemaitis was selected. Alan is an exceptional value at #66, and is a no brainer. He will team up with Robinson, and give us a few more coverage sacks.

03-01-2006, 08:35 PM
....., the Green Bay Packers select Roger McIntosh, OLB, 6-2, 230, Miami (Fl)


With Howard on one side & McIntosh on the other, GB should have a serious linebacking crew.

03-01-2006, 11:16 PM
San Francisco 49ers select Will Blackmon WR/CB... Boston College 3rd round
Maybe he can play two ways...offense and defense. We need all the help we can get.

03-02-2006, 10:14 AM
Big Al called down and told me that he's not sure Justin Fargas and his chicken legs will be able to stay healthy behind LaMont Jordan. The only other back on the roster is DeJuan Green, so the Raiders pick the quick fire hydrant shaped back Maurice Drew. Drew should be a big time special teams player and a premiere 3rd down back with his great hands, great speed, and low center of gravity.


03-02-2006, 01:14 PM
Wow, do I feel stupid now. I totally missed that and I even checked the recap thread.

In any case, the re-pick is easy since I nearly flipped a coin in the first place:

The Bills select Jeremy Trueblood of Boston College for ... well, basically the exact same reasons as Whitworth.

03-02-2006, 06:02 PM
with the #71 pick in the 2006 draft the Jets will select Jonathon Joseph,CB, South Carolina

He has good size, great speed, and will add needed help to the Jets secondary, potential to become their #1 cornerback, and the Jets feel he is too good to pass up after bolstering their offense with the first 3 picks.

03-03-2006, 02:11 AM
Cards take Fred Matua, JR, 6-2, 305, USC

03-03-2006, 06:50 PM



Gotta love those Ivy league guys very intelligent, leaders and most often over-looked. Have you ever noticed that offensive lineman are some of the smartest position players in the NFL? Well it goes to reason they have to understand and adapt to a wide array of situations & match-ups studying game film is not just a plus its a requirement.

The Lions (like the Texans) need to upgrade the OL with franchising LT Jeff Backus & in negoiating a long term contract, free agent to be LG Kyle Kosier needs to be replaced/upgraded. The upside of Kevin Boothe is that he has the size right now to start at LG with RT a distinct possiblity in the near future. He is strong & physical with excellent hand punch, knee bend and technique, considered by most the top lineman in the IVY league & oh yeah smart. He would really improve the left side of the line and make Backus seem like a much better LT as well help Joey meet expectations.

03-04-2006, 11:23 AM
The YoungTexanFan Broncos, now remembering they are on the clock (thanks to Lucky), select DE Ray Edwards from Purdue.

03-04-2006, 11:44 AM
With the 75th pick, the New England Patriots select…

Daniel Bullocks SS Nebraska


With the uncertainty surrounding the return of Rodney Harrison, the Patriots may need someone to step in right away at the strong safety spot. Bullocks is physical enough to play in the box, and has the speed to play the deep zone. Daniel hasn’t seen a lot of top passing attacks in the Big 12 and will need to improve in man coverage. But, Bullocks is going to the right coaching staff to make him a better football player.

03-04-2006, 12:14 PM
With the 76th pick Philadelphia selects Devin Hester ATH Miami. Liked Bullocks, but was one pick short. There is no LB or DE now that is better than what may be cut due to the CBA. With somewhere around 14M under, the Eagles will wait and see who is out there. Hester brings back the field position on kickoffs the Eagles missed last year with the loss of J.R. Reed and years before with B. Mitchell. He should be good for 10 to 20 yards improvment, while being a threat to score on any one of them. His position will be looked at later, but I like WR as he will get the ball more often to use his speed.

03-05-2006, 08:53 PM
Sorry guys, thought this would last until Monday before I picked.


The Minnesota Vikings select:
Greg Eslinger, SR, 6-3, 285, Minnesota

03-05-2006, 11:34 PM
In the 2006 houstontexans.com mock draft the Cleveland Browns select. . .


DT Babatunde Oshinowo out of Stanford

The brown have a decent d line, but john fisk is not the solution at NT. Oshinowo has the size (6'2" 310lbs) to hold up against the run and can tie up blockers.

03-06-2006, 09:15 AM
swtbound07 Falcons - Michael Robinson qb/wr Penn State - Huge Cowboys on the clock


03-06-2006, 12:12 PM
Cowboys select Cedric Griffin, DB, University of Texas

Would've like to have traded down and aquired a 4th to make up for our pick that was traded to Philly but because it's only a mock, I didn't want to put the effort into it.

We think Griffin projects better as a FS (where we really need him) than CB although he can provide depth there if need be as our lack of depth was exposed after Henry went down with an injury last season. Griffin brings great size, great athleticism and the right attitude.

03-06-2006, 10:30 PM
Anthony Smith, S, Syracuse University.

Needing to upgrade and overhaul one of the worst pass defenses in the league last season, we are excited that a man of this ability and character was available in the 3rd.

Errant Hothy
03-07-2006, 09:15 AM
Brodie Croyle, SR, 6-2.5, 206, Alabama

Even if the Fins get a good FA QB they will still need a QB for the future. Croyle fits teh bill here.

03-08-2006, 09:57 AM
Vikings select:

MLB-Kevin Simon, SR, 5-11, 234, Tennessee

03-08-2006, 11:39 AM
The Skins select:

John McCargo DT NC State.

You may never heard of him, but our top notch scouts here at Skins HQ sure have. Played second and third fiddle to Manny Lawson and Mario Williams at NC St., but has been very disruptive, active, and has had at least one tackle for a loss every game this past year. We expect this young man to come in and help our front 7 which is in bad shape.

03-08-2006, 05:49 PM
Rats! The Eagles plan was to wait until the near end of this round, then offer 2 of the 4TH round picks we have to whoever to get McCargo. Would have taken him in round 2 if Wroten had not been there.

03-09-2006, 09:27 AM
I know the title of the thread hasn't changed, but since the Porky Redskins have made their pick I am going to make my pick to keep things going. The texan279 Chiefs select Lawrence Vickers FB Colorado.


03-09-2006, 09:46 AM
you guys who wait for the thread title to change just hold it up...but most everyone bailed on this thing a week ago.

03-09-2006, 10:38 AM
I am going to suggest, on the 2nd go round of the HT mock, we do a prefered posters mock. You must be invited or something. This draft should have been over by now.

03-09-2006, 01:35 PM
I am going to suggest, on the 2nd go round of the HT mock, we do a prefered posters mock. You must be invited or something. This draft should have been over by now.

BTW, this is the selection thread.

With the 86th pick, the New England Patriots select…

Kelly Jennings CB Miami (FL)


New England seems to always be short on corners. Jennings is a solid cover guy who was well-schooled at Miami. Will probably begin as a nickel back. Though small in stature, Jennings is a good tackler.

03-10-2006, 05:03 PM
Giants select DT Dusty Dvoracek

03-11-2006, 10:44 AM
Since time has expired I'll go ahead & make Ledz pick for him. He sent me a PM yesterday to say who he was looking at picking. So to hurry things along the Bears select Joel Klopfenstein, TE, Colorado.

03-11-2006, 10:56 AM
Without further delay the Panthers select with the 89th pick, Tony Scheffler, TE, Western Michigan.
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 265
40 Time: 4.54

He's a bit of a surprise pick, but with Klopfenstein off the board the Panthers go with their next option. Tightend was a position where the Panthers knew they needed an upgrade, and they think that Tony can be a major upgrade to that position. He's an excellent receiver, and he's got tons of potential to be a great talent in the NFL. He makes all the catches, and was the among the fastest TEs at the combine (Vernon Davis & Anthony Mix were faster). Scheffler has the size and frame of an NFL TE, but he needs to work on his blocking. Coach Fox loves to run the ball, and will undoubtedly pound blocking into Tony's head. He'll also be a favorite target in the redzone.

03-11-2006, 11:38 AM
Tampa selects Charles Gorden CB Kansas

C Madd
03-11-2006, 01:05 PM
With the 91st pick, the Cincinnati Bengals select Anthony Fasano, TE, Notre Dame. The Bengals' tight ends were very unproductive last year, and the Bengals feel they can improve their offense, much like Pittsburgh did with Heath Miller, even more with a tight end like Fasano. Fasano was one of the best all around tight ends in college and will be a big threat in the red zone. Watch out Indy.

Anthony Fasano, 6-4 259, 4.71

The Preacher
03-11-2006, 07:23 PM
The Jacksonville Jaguars select Kamerion Wimbley, DE, Florida State.

With twin towers inside it's mind moggling neither DE recorded double digit sacks last year. Wimbley is an upgrade over Spicer but at 248 they may decide to give him a shot at OLB, which is their most glaring weakness on D. He is most likely a 3-4 OLB convert but with his athletic ability the risk prone Jags take a flier on a guy whose athletic ability is easily worthy of a late 3rd rounder and a guy they will definitely have out there in passing situations.

03-13-2006, 06:50 PM
Young Texan Fan has had plenty of time to make his pick. I'm going to go ahead & pick for him.

The Denver Broncos select Mike Hass, WR, Oregon State.


He's a tough WR with the skills ideal for playing out of the slot. He should be a reliable target for Plummer in 2006.

03-13-2006, 08:48 PM
with the 94th pick in the 2006 Draft the Cap1 Colts select:

Will Allen Guard from Texas

6'6" 305

03-14-2006, 03:06 AM
With the 95th pick the Seahawks take Safety Pat Watkins, SR, 6-4, 201, Florida State

03-14-2006, 06:17 PM
The Houston Texans select Omar Jacobs with the first pick in round 4.


03-15-2006, 01:12 PM
Since College Texan still hasn't made his pick I'm going to go ahead & make it for him. With the last pick in the 3rd Round the Steelers select Jason Avant, WR, Michigan.