PDA

View Full Version : My first Mock


jppaul
01-17-2007, 10:18 PM
1. Oakland 2-14 .555 - Brady Quinn
2. Detroit 3-13 .479 - Jamarcus Russell
3t. Cleveland (x) 4-12 .535 - Adrian Peterson
3t. Tampa Bay (x) 4-12 .535 - Calvin Johnson
5. Arizona 5-11 .500 - Joe Thomas
6. Washington 5-11 .512 - Gaines Adams
7. Minnesota 6-10 .539 - Ted Ginn Jr.
8. Houston 6-10 .500 - Reggie Nelson
9. Miami 6-10 .504 - Leon Hall
10. Atlanta 7-9 .457 - Laron Landry
11. San Francisco 7-9 .500 - Jammal Anderson
12. Buffalo 7-9 .574 - Amobi Okoye
13. St. Louis 8-8 .465 - DeMarcus Tyler
14. Carolina 8-8 .473 - Levi Brown
15. Pittsburgh 8-8 .496 - Dwayne Jarrett
16. Green Bay 8-8 .500 - Marshawn Lynch
17. Jacksonville 8-8 .531 - Adam Carriker
18. Cincinnati 8-8 .535 - Quentin Moses
19. Tennessee 8-8 .570 - Jeff Samardiza
20. N.Y. Giants (y) 8-8 .520 - Darelle Revis
21. Denver 9-7 .531 - Charles Johnson
22. New England (from Seattle -- y) 9-7 .453 - Sidney Rice
23. Dallas (y) 9-7 .457 - Tony Ugoh
24. Kansas City (y) 9-7 .492 - Dwayne Jarrett
25. New Orleans (y) 10-6 .461 - Daymeion Hughes
26. N.Y. Jets (y) 10-6 .469 - Marcus McCauley
27. Philadelphia (y) 10-6 .449 - Turk McBride
28. New England (y) 12-4 .496 - Lamarr Woodley
29. Indianapolis (y) 12-4 .500 - Quinn Pittcock
30. Chicago (y) 13-3 .430 - Dwayne Bowe
31. Baltimore (y) 13-3 .461 - Marshal Yanda
32. San Diego (y) - Craig Davis

I wrote this a week ago so it not reflective of recent changes

2nd: Poluzny
3rd: Brandon Jackson
4th: Justin Harrell
5th: Dallas Baker

AustinJB
01-17-2007, 10:36 PM
1. Oakland 2-14 .555 - Brady Quinn
2. Detroit 3-13 .479 - Jamarcus Russell
3t. Cleveland (x) 4-12 .535 - Adrian Peterson
3t. Tampa Bay (x) 4-12 .535 - Calvin Johnson
5. Arizona 5-11 .500 - Joe Thomas
6. Washington 5-11 .512 - Gaines Adams
7. Minnesota 6-10 .539 - Ted Ginn Jr.
8. Houston 6-10 .500 - Reggie Nelson
9. Miami 6-10 .504 - Leon Hall
10. Atlanta 7-9 .457 - Laron Landry
11. San Francisco 7-9 .500 - Jammal Anderson
12. Buffalo 7-9 .574 - Amobi Okoye
13. St. Louis 8-8 .465 - DeMarcus Tyler
14. Carolina 8-8 .473 - Levi Brown
15. Pittsburgh 8-8 .496 - Dwayne Jarrett
16. Green Bay 8-8 .500 - Marshawn Lynch
17. Jacksonville 8-8 .531 - Adam Carriker
18. Cincinnati 8-8 .535 - Quentin Moses
19. Tennessee 8-8 .570 - Jeff Samardiza
20. N.Y. Giants (y) 8-8 .520 - Darelle Revis
21. Denver 9-7 .531 - Charles Johnson
22. New England (from Seattle -- y) 9-7 .453 - Sidney Rice
23. Dallas (y) 9-7 .457 - Tony Ugoh
24. Kansas City (y) 9-7 .492 - Dwayne Jarrett
25. New Orleans (y) 10-6 .461 - Daymeion Hughes
26. N.Y. Jets (y) 10-6 .469 - Marcus McCauley
27. Philadelphia (y) 10-6 .449 - Turk McBride
28. New England (y) 12-4 .496 - Lamarr Woodley
29. Indianapolis (y) 12-4 .500 - Quinn Pittcock
30. Chicago (y) 13-3 .430 - Dwayne Bowe
31. Baltimore (y) 13-3 .461 - Marshal Yanda
32. San Diego (y) - Craig Davis

I wrote this a week ago so it not reflective of recent changes

2nd: Poluzny
3rd: Brandon Jackson
4th: Justin Harrell
5th: Dallas Baker

Nice effort and some pretty good picks, but...

Minnesota would take Jarrett at #7 before they take Ginn....no way CB Damieon Hughes gets picked before CB Marcus McCauley who is a true shut-down Champ Bailey type....no way that not a single LB is picked in the 1st round and Paul Poluzny lasts to the 2nd.

JMO, you have yours....that's what this MB is for.:)

YoungTexanFan
01-17-2007, 10:44 PM
I didn't spend much time looking this over, but here are the obvious things that stand out. I won't argue the rest as it is too early.


Jammal Anderson is a straight up 4-3 DE, San Fran runs a 3-4. If they went with another hybrid after chosing Lawson last year, the would go with someone like Woodly or Moses.

Adam Carriker is mostly projected as a 3-4 DE, JAX runs a 4-3. They could use some LB help.

Buffalo just drafted a DT last year in the 1st when they traded back up to nab McCargo.

Denver is likely to go CB after what happened to Williams.

These guys won't go round one, they just aren't good enough:
Turk McBride
Marshal Yanda
Craig Davis

beerlover
01-17-2007, 11:37 PM
first try are you sure :hmmm:

you got some important picks right like Peterson to Cleveland, Thomas to Arizona & of course Reggie Nelson to the Texans. But how does the best player in the draft slip to #4? don't worry your not alone Scott Wright says the same, but to me Al Davis will not only not take a QB he will likely take another WR to pair with Moss.

I may not have heard this right today, but I thought one of the better WR's to ever play the game was a leading canidate for the Raiders HC position, named James Lofton. that should tell you something :)

Ole Miss Texan
01-17-2007, 11:59 PM
If the Raiders dont pick CJ I would think they'd take J.Russell over Quinn, that's me and just think it's a 'better' fit. many disagree w/ me though.

Also, there should be both LB's taken in the 1st. P-Willie and Poz will definitly be taken in the 1st but 'i know players always slip'. I'd just assume pick up Landry or Nelson in the 2nd in that case...

threetoedpete
01-18-2007, 02:37 AM
very nice first try.

You got all day off the board at three. You're my new best friend. But as bad as drafting an oft injured running back would be....why would you come back at the two and do the same thing at LB ? Conner, out played the stud Paul Poluszny 6-2, 230 4.70 Penn State (X)
with the press clippings in every way this year for Penn St. That "X" behind his name, that there thing means something.
So does the 4.70. There are much better options at Linebacker @ the 39 I'm betting. Poluzny is more of a risk than Tony Hollings was at the two. At the least he is just as much of a gamble. You're taking the same gamble the the The Texans took last year with Erick Winston. Only you're doing it thirty picks earlier. Not prudent in my book. You're gambling, with what should be a lock at the thirty nine, that his knee is going to recover to pre injury form. He made all american this year for his body of work over the last two years. Rather have the corner prospect myself. Or the Ag, latter in the day. Gig 'em.

Trenches
01-18-2007, 08:47 AM
am I missinig it or is Alan Branch missing from the list?

Coach C.
01-18-2007, 08:49 AM
am I missinig it or is Alan Branch missing from the list?

Nope he did not make the first round in this mock.

Houston Sooner
01-18-2007, 04:56 PM
Nope he did not make the first round in this mock.


How can a top 5 pick not be in your mock????:hides:

jppaul
01-18-2007, 07:45 PM
How can a top 5 pick not be in your mock????:hides:

That is what they call a giant F-up.

My bad. Part redo:

1. Oakland 2-14 .555 - Brady Quinn
2. Detroit 3-13 .479 - Jamarcus Russell
3t. Cleveland (x) 4-12 .535 - Adrian Peterson
3t. Tampa Bay (x) 4-12 .535 - Calvin Johnson
5. Arizona 5-11 .500 - Joe Thomas
6. Washington 5-11 .512 - Gaines Adams
7. Minnesota 6-10 .539 - Dwayne Jarrett
8. Houston 6-10 .500 - Reggie Nelson
9. Miami 6-10 .504 - Alan Branch
10. Atlanta 7-9 .457 - Laron Landry
11. San Francisco 7-9 .500 - Ted Ginn Jr.
12. Buffalo 7-9 .574 - Jammal Anderson
13. St. Louis 8-8 .465 - Leon Hall
14. Carolina 8-8 .473 - Levi Brown
15. Pittsburgh 8-8 .496 - Adam Carriker
16. Green Bay 8-8 .500 - Marshawn Lynch
17. Jacksonville 8-8 .531 - Quentin Moses
18. Cincinnati 8-8 .535 - DeMarcus Tyler
19. Tennessee 8-8 .570 - Jeff Samardiza
20. N.Y. Giants (y) 8-8 .520 - Darelle Revis
21. Denver 9-7 .531 - Amobi Okoye
22. New England (from Seattle -- y) 9-7 .453 - Sidney Rice
23. Dallas (y) 9-7 .457 - Tony Ugoh
24. Kansas City (y) 9-7 .492 - Robert Meachem
25. N.Y. Jets (y) 10-6 .469 - Marcus McCauley
26. Baltimore (y) 13-3 .461 - Marshal Yanda
27. Philadelphia (y) 10-6 .449 - Lawrence Timmons
28. San Diego (y) - Dwayne Bowe
29. New England (y) 12-4 .496 - Lamarr Woodley
30. Indianapolis (y) 12-4 .500 - Quinn Pittcock
31. New Orleans (y) 10-6 .461 - Patrick Willis
32. Chicago (y) 13-3 .430 - Greg Olsen


Charles Johnson dropped out of the first round

Bubbajwp
01-18-2007, 07:56 PM
That is what they call a giant F-up.

My bad.

Happens to everybody. Even the Pros.

run-david-run
01-19-2007, 02:26 AM
Just my random thoughts/predictions:

CJ goes #1 to the Raiders
Lions take Russell,
Browns take homeboy Quinn,
Tampa Bay takes Anderson,
Arizona takes Thomas,
Washington takes Adams (though i could see them reaching for Leon Hall as their secondary was terrible this year),
Minnesota takes Jarrett (Ted Ginn is Troy Williamson 2.0 and he was a major bust)
Texans take AP
Miami takes Alan Branch ( front 3 is OLD)
Atlanta goes for Laron Landry
San Fran takes Ginn

thats about as far as i care to go

Toro
01-19-2007, 02:48 AM
Definitely an A for effort, however I'll pound this one every opportunity I get-- with Jerry Porter's Oakland career dead and Randy Moss's on life support, I'm almost 100 percent certain the Raiders take Calvin, unless he completely bombs at the Combine.

Trenches
01-19-2007, 08:46 AM
To me, Tampa seems to be the biggest wild card. They could go almost anywhere except RB. Based on the age of thier D,I would suspect DE but is is justified that high? They couldnt go wrong with Thomas, either. I dont see them taking a WR either.

Coach C.
01-19-2007, 08:59 AM
How can a top 5 pick not be in your mock????:hides:

I dont know ask the guy that made the mock why he did not put certain guys in it. JPaul your public is waiting for answers.

yourfavoritetexan42
01-19-2007, 01:02 PM
I just like us getting reggie nelson =D.

Bubbajwp
01-19-2007, 02:37 PM
That is what they call a giant F-up.

My bad. Post #10

I dont know ask the guy that made the mock why he did not put certain guys in it. JPaul your public is waiting for answers.
Post #15

Jppaul must be some kind of mind reader. He gave the anwser to your question before you asked it.

jppaul
01-19-2007, 02:44 PM
Well you know I do have ESPN.....:aikido:

jppaul
01-19-2007, 02:50 PM
Definitely an A for effort, however I'll pound this one every opportunity I get-- with Jerry Porter's Oakland career dead and Randy Moss's on life support, I'm almost 100 percent certain the Raiders take Calvin, unless he completely bombs at the Combine.


I have that in my alternate mock that i have not posted here yet. But what I think you will find is that it doesn't really affect our pick in many scenarios. FOr Example:

Raiders: Calvin Johnson
Detroit: Jamarcus Russel
Browns: Adrian Peterson
Bucs: Brady Quinn
Cards: Joe Thomas
Washington: Gaines Adams
Viks: Jammal Anderson/Leon Hall/Jarrett
Texans:

Top 5 remains the same

jppaul
01-19-2007, 02:53 PM
Just my random thoughts/predictions:

CJ goes #1 to the Raiders
Lions take Russell,
Browns take homeboy Quinn,
Tampa Bay takes Anderson,
Arizona takes Thomas,
Washington takes Adams (though i could see them reaching for Leon Hall as their secondary was terrible this year),
Minnesota takes Jarrett (Ted Ginn is Troy Williamson 2.0 and he was a major bust)
Texans take AP
Miami takes Alan Branch ( front 3 is OLD)
Atlanta goes for Laron Landry
San Fran takes Ginn

thats about as far as i care to go

Seems we agree in many respects.