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baba ganoush
01-07-2007, 10:50 PM
Im not sure how the end of the draft is going to fall into place, so i tried to think what would happen...let me know if you think im close on any of the picks...

Oakland - JaMarcus Russell - QB/L.S.U.
Detriot - Brady Quinn - QB/ Notre Dame
Cleveland - Calvin Johnson - WR/Georgia Tech
Tampa Bay - Gaines Adams - DE/Clemson
Arizona - Joe Thomas - OT/Wisconsin
Washington - Darrelle Revis - CB/Pittsburgh
Minnesota - Sidney Rice - WR/South Carolina
Houston - LaRon Landry - S/L.S.U.
Miami - Alan Branch - DT/Michigan
Atlanta - Reggie Nelson - S/Florida
San Francisco - Leon Hall - CB/Michigan
Buffalo - Brian Brohm - QB/Louisville
St. Louis - Patrick Willis - ILB/Ole Miss
Carolina - Paul Posluszny - OLB/Penn State
Green Bay - Adrian Peterson - RB/Oklahoma
Pittsburgh - Justin Blalock - OG/Texas
Jacksonville - Ted Ginn Jr. - WR/Ohio State
Cincinnati - Quinn Pitcock - DT/Ohio State
New York Giants - Marshawn Lynch - RB/California
Denver - Quentin Moses - DE/Georgia
Dallas - Levi Brown - OT/Penn State
Kansas City - Dwayne Jarrett - WR/U.S.C.
New Orleans - Jon Beason - OLB/Miami
New York Jets - Marcus McCauley - CB/Fresno State
Philadelphia - Earl Everett - OLB/Florida
New England - Antoine Cason - CB/Arizona
Baltimore - Jamal Anderson - DE:OLB/Arkansas
New Endland (from Seattle) - Michael Griffin - S/Texas
Indianapolis - Lawrence Timmons - OLB/Florida State
Chicago - Zach Miller TE/Arizona State
San Diego - Robert Meachem - WR/Tennessee

cadahnic
01-07-2007, 11:29 PM
I don't see us passing on Adrian Peterson if he's available, arguably the BPA and at #8 he's a great value and our running game really needs a jolt.

I don't really see Minnesota taking Rice at #7, I don't think they look WR at al land at this point I don't know that I'd say he's the #2 WR in the draft.

I don't see Buffalo taking a QB in the 1st round, they have other needs and Losman has showed some progress.

You also left Tennessee's pick out of the draft.

Not an overly bad mock at this early stage of the offseason.

Wharton
01-08-2007, 12:10 AM
I like your selection for the Texans. This is a very good draft for safeties and we could sure use one. This may be a very good opportunity to trade down and still get a good safety. There are three quality Safeties in the draft and each could help us.

Peterson is a talent no doubt about it, but we already have a RB on IR. I don't think we need to get another one.

kastofsna
01-08-2007, 09:25 AM
tampa wouldn't take adams over joe thomas.

Heywood
01-08-2007, 09:32 AM
umm, cleveland will select adrian peterson- it is an absolute lock pick.

i think arizona will end up with joe thomas, either at 5 or by trading up. i think this is an absolute lock pick. they could move bertrand berry and the #5 pick to DET for the #2 pick.

i think DET and MINN are the WCs here- will DET take quinn, even though, by fate, WR is also a need. will MINN trade up for quinn (MINN sends kevin williams and the #7 pick to DET for the #2 pick? DET can still get a good QB at 34 (brennan?))

tulexan
01-08-2007, 10:12 AM
Peterson won't last that long, Lynch won't last that long, Buffalo will not pick a QB, Meachem will not last that long, Washington will not pick a CB.

dalemurphy
01-08-2007, 10:12 AM
Boy, if we could trade down 5-6 spots and pickup an extra 2nd and still get Marshawn Lynch I would be thrilled.

torontooilfan
01-08-2007, 10:16 AM
Cleveland will take Petersen unless one of Russell/Quinn are available. There is no way they pass up on any of those three.

tulexan
01-08-2007, 10:19 AM
I don't know, I could see them taking Branch. Crennel is a defensive minded coach and Ted Washington is getting old. Droughns had a bad year, but prior to this season he had two consecutive 1200 yards seasons.

kastofsna
01-08-2007, 10:47 AM
the value isn't there with branch at #3 considering who else is available.

El Tejano
01-08-2007, 11:09 AM
Who cares what other teams get if we get Laron Landry?

There is a three headed monster I see for us at the #8 pick which would allow us to go either way. That is Peterson, Laron Landry, and Russell. I only see Landry falling to us.

tulexan
01-08-2007, 11:10 AM
the value isn't there with branch at #3 considering who else is available.

Too early to say who is valued at what. We still have the combine, pro days, and free agency before the draft.

Heywood
01-08-2007, 11:10 AM
Who cares what other teams get if we get Laron Landry?

There is a three headed monster I see for us at the #8 pick which would allow us to go either way. That is Peterson, Laron Landry, and Russell. I only see Landry falling to us.

landry is the most overrated player in this draft not named "quinn"

El Tejano
01-08-2007, 11:21 AM
He's better than what we have at that position.

kastofsna
01-08-2007, 11:24 AM
landry is the most overrated player in this draft not named "quinn"
explain.

Heywood
01-08-2007, 12:00 PM
explain.

i've seen several of their games this year.

top-flight WRs simply run by this guy.

kastofsna
01-08-2007, 12:00 PM
lol...

Smokedawg
01-08-2007, 07:12 PM
i've seen several of their games this year.

top-flight WRs simply run by this guy.

HAHAHA umm.............no u apparently have not watched any of his games.

Luv Ya Blue 2007
01-08-2007, 09:43 PM
That mock has lots of holes and is far from what will happen. As far as Quinn, I don't think he will go in the top 8.

Heywood
01-09-2007, 05:22 AM
HAHAHA umm.............no u apparently have not watched any of his games.

robert meachem sent him a 'thank you' card addressed to "b1tch"

Smokedawg
01-09-2007, 03:49 PM
robert meachem sent him a 'thank you' card addressed to "b1tch"

No that was ONE play u saw and Laron was in perfect position and he let the ball go through his hands, but he didnt get burned, and like i said u apparently havent watched any of his games.

TexanFanInCC
01-09-2007, 03:53 PM
Im not sure how the end of the draft is going to fall into place, so i tried to think what would happen...let me know if you think im close on any of the picks...

Oakland - JaMarcus Russell - QB/L.S.U.
Detriot - Brady Quinn - QB/ Notre Dame
Cleveland - Calvin Johnson - WR/Georgia Tech
Tampa Bay - Gaines Adams - DE/Clemson
Arizona - Joe Thomas - OT/Wisconsin
Washington - Darrelle Revis - CB/Pittsburgh
Minnesota - Sidney Rice - WR/South Carolina
Houston - LaRon Landry - S/L.S.U.
Miami - Alan Branch - DT/Michigan
Atlanta - Reggie Nelson - S/Florida
San Francisco - Leon Hall - CB/Michigan
Buffalo - Brian Brohm - QB/Louisville
St. Louis - Patrick Willis - ILB/Ole Miss
Carolina - Paul Posluszny - OLB/Penn State
Green Bay - Adrian Peterson - RB/Oklahoma
Pittsburgh - Justin Blalock - OG/Texas
Jacksonville - Ted Ginn Jr. - WR/Ohio State
Cincinnati - Quinn Pitcock - DT/Ohio State
New York Giants - Marshawn Lynch - RB/California
Denver - Quentin Moses - DE/Georgia
Dallas - Levi Brown - OT/Penn State
Kansas City - Dwayne Jarrett - WR/U.S.C.
New Orleans - Jon Beason - OLB/Miami
New York Jets - Marcus McCauley - CB/Fresno State
Philadelphia - Earl Everett - OLB/Florida
New England - Antoine Cason - CB/Arizona
Baltimore - Jamal Anderson - DE:OLB/Arkansas
New Endland (from Seattle) - Michael Griffin - S/Texas
Indianapolis - Lawrence Timmons - OLB/Florida State
Chicago - Zach Miller TE/Arizona State
San Diego - Robert Meachem - WR/Tennessee

why would buffalo draft brohm? green bay needs to be looking for a QB. i dont think aaron rodgers is going to pan out for them. besides, the packers dont need a RB. remember, they have vernand morency!! :stirpot:

maddextx
01-09-2007, 05:59 PM
If you take a look at the Bronco's drafts over the last few years (http://www.nfl.com/draft/history/teams/DEN), it seems to me that the strategy Kubiak was part of there put a heavy emphasis on drafting defensive players early. Remember that Kubiak/Shanahan traded Clinton Portis for Champ Bailey a couple of years ago, apparently thinking that a dominant defensive player (especially at a critical position on defense) is more important than a dominant running back. This is why I wasn't at all surprised that Kubiak took Mario Williams over Reggie Bush. This is also why I expect Kubiak to take what he perceives to be the best DL in the draft at #8. Safeties are a dime a dozen - and it's not like Sean Taylor has exactly won a championship in Washington yet. So, I don't see Kubiak drafting a safety that high. He'll be looking for someone to put pressure on the quarterback from either the DE or DT position. Otherwise, I think he'll be looking for the best CB available. Playing Indy twice a year, you need as many cover guys as you can get.