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College Texan
04-21-2006, 03:31 AM
It didn't let me put it all at once, so here's the rest

Round 2

1. Houston- Manny Lawson, pure pass-rusher, better than Babin or Peak, very fast
2. NO Saints- D’Quell Jackson, long sought linebacker
3. NY Jets- Nick Mangold, replaces Mawae and brings character and leadership
4. Green Bay- Jonathan Joseph, a good athlete with a lot speed and upside
5. Denver- LenDale White, Shanahan knows how to bring out the best in his players
6. Oakland- Tamba Hali, good pass rusher who’ll help this desperate D.
7. Tennessee- DeMeco Ryans, good instinctive underrated prospect
8. Detroit- Davin Joseph, best guard in the draft and versatile
9. Arizona- Roger McIntosh, with more experience could have gone higher
10. Buffalo- Jonathan Scott, losing Mike Williams, he makes sense
11. Cleveland- Richard Marshall, coached by a similar mind
12. Baltimore- Sinorice Moss, could follow trend of the new short receiver
13. Philadelphia- John McCargo, Patterson last year, once developed a good duo
14. St. Louis- Ko Simpson, much needed secondary help
15. Atlanta- Daryn College, fits their scheme perfectly
16. Minnesota- Thomas Howard, real fast and should fit the cover two scheme
17. Dallas- Darnell Bing, long sought safety could help for a SuperBowl push
18. San Diego- Maurice Stovall, big receiver they need, shown potential under Weis
19. Minnesota- Andrew Whitworth, the overhaul of the line still isn’t over
20. New England- Derek Hagan, perfect consistent guy who gets the job done
21. Washington- Charles Spencer, someone to take Ray Brown’s spot for years to come.
22. Kansas City- Kelly Jennings, Herman won’t ignore defensive needs for too long
23. Cincinnati- Daniel Bullocks, could turnout to be the safety they were looking for
24. Giants- Abdul Hodge, the playoffs last year are evidence enough to show this need
25. Chicago- Demetrius Williams, deep threat receiver to compliment Musin
26. Carolina- Claude Wroten, Jenkins doesn’t stay healthy
27. Tampa Bay- Taitusi Lutui, Big run blocker to open lanes for the Cadillac
28. Jacksonville- Geris Wilkerson, they fill a major need with this pick
29. Denver- Rodrique Wright, Shanahan knows what to do with underachievers
30. Indianapolis- Jonathan Lewis, should pick up where Larry Triplett left off
31. Seattle- Darryl Tapp, undersized but look what he did to Ferguson, D. Freeny’ish
.32. Pittsburgh- Martin Nance, reunites with Roethlisberger, will be better than expected

Rest of Texans Draft

3a. Daryn College
3b. Pat Watkins
4. David Pittman
6. Anthony Schlegal/ Dale Robinson
7. Barrick Nealy
7. Greg Blue (OLB)


Let me know what ya think

Señor Stan
04-22-2006, 11:00 AM
It didn't let me put it all at once, so here's the rest

Round 2

1. Houston- Manny Lawson, pure pass-rusher, better than Babin or Peak, very fast
2. NO Saints- D’Quell Jackson, long sought linebacker
3. NY Jets- Nick Mangold, replaces Mawae and brings character and leadership
4. Green Bay- Jonathan Joseph, a good athlete with a lot speed and upside
5. Denver- LenDale White, Shanahan knows how to bring out the best in his players
6. Oakland- Tamba Hali, good pass rusher who’ll help this desperate D.
7. Tennessee- DeMeco Ryans, good instinctive underrated prospect
8. Detroit- Davin Joseph, best guard in the draft and versatile
9. Arizona- Roger McIntosh, with more experience could have gone higher
10. Buffalo- Jonathan Scott, losing Mike Williams, he makes sense
11. Cleveland- Richard Marshall, coached by a similar mind
12. Baltimore- Sinorice Moss, could follow trend of the new short receiver
13. Philadelphia- John McCargo, Patterson last year, once developed a good duo
14. St. Louis- Ko Simpson, much needed secondary help
15. Atlanta- Daryn College, fits their scheme perfectly
16. Minnesota- Thomas Howard, real fast and should fit the cover two scheme
17. Dallas- Darnell Bing, long sought safety could help for a SuperBowl push
18. San Diego- Maurice Stovall, big receiver they need, shown potential under Weis
19. Minnesota- Andrew Whitworth, the overhaul of the line still isn’t over
20. New England- Derek Hagan, perfect consistent guy who gets the job done
21. Washington- Charles Spencer, someone to take Ray Brown’s spot for years to come.
22. Kansas City- Kelly Jennings, Herman won’t ignore defensive needs for too long
23. Cincinnati- Daniel Bullocks, could turnout to be the safety they were looking for
24. Giants- Abdul Hodge, the playoffs last year are evidence enough to show this need
25. Chicago- Demetrius Williams, deep threat receiver to compliment Musin
26. Carolina- Claude Wroten, Jenkins doesn’t stay healthy
27. Tampa Bay- Taitusi Lutui, Big run blocker to open lanes for the Cadillac
28. Jacksonville- Geris Wilkerson, they fill a major need with this pick
29. Denver- Rodrique Wright, Shanahan knows what to do with underachievers
30. Indianapolis- Jonathan Lewis, should pick up where Larry Triplett left off
31. Seattle- Darryl Tapp, undersized but look what he did to Ferguson, D. Freeny’ish
.32. Pittsburgh- Martin Nance, reunites with Roethlisberger, will be better than expected

Rest of Texans Draft

3a. Daryn College
3b. Pat Watkins
4. David Pittman
6. Anthony Schlegal/ Dale Robinson
7. Barrick Nealy
7. Greg Blue (OLB)


Let me know what ya think

You have Colledge going to the Falcons in the 2nd round and then to the Texans. Also, the Texans only have one 7th rounder (a comp pick). Our original 7th rounder went to the Bengals for Kevin Walter.

If Colledge doesn't go to the ATL I would [i]love[\i]
1 Bush
2 Lawson (would prefer D'Qwell / DeMeco or Richard Marshall / Kelly Jennings) but I am A.O.K with Lawson.
3 a Colledge
3 b Watkins

kastofsna
04-22-2006, 11:36 AM
manny lawson is pretty much a top 25 pick now. he's way too talented to drop that far. y'know he was NC State's defensive MVP....