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Lifetime Oiler/Texan Fan
03-21-2007, 03:23 PM
Oakland - Johnson/WR....after trade for Carr
Detroit - Quinn/QB
Cleveland - Russel/QB
Tampa Bay - Thomas/OT
Arizona - Branch/DT
Washington - Adams/DE
Minnesota - Landry/S
Atlanta - Anderson/DE
Miami - Okoye/DT
Houston - Peterson/RB, Brown/OT, or Hall/CB

Sportsfan
03-21-2007, 03:27 PM
Uuhhhhh, No.

Lifetime Oiler/Texan Fan
03-21-2007, 03:43 PM
LOL...wishful thinking.

Oakland - Russel/QB
Detroit - Quinn/QB
Cleveland - Peterson/RB
Tampa Bay - Johnson/WR
Arizona - Thomas/OT
Washington - Adams/DE
Minnesota - Anderson/DE
Atlanta - Landry/S
Miami - Branch/DT
Houston - Brown/OT, Okoye/DT, or Hall/CB

threetoedpete
03-21-2007, 04:04 PM
I thin Levi Brown not Landry goes to Atlanta now. We get to draft the under producing FS prospect. Oh Joy !.

beerlover
03-21-2007, 04:29 PM
this has crushed all my hopes & dreams :cry2: J/K

Texian
03-21-2007, 04:38 PM
Atlanta will package #8 and (2) 2nd picks to move up.

With the (2) 2nd RD picks Smith traded away, that would have been enough ammo to move up to #3 and get Peterson or Quinn and maybe Johnson.

O.G.
03-21-2007, 04:40 PM
Atlanta will package #8 and (2) 2nd picks to move up.

With the (2) 2nd RD picks Smith traded away, that would have been enough ammo to move up to #3 and get Peterson or Quinn and maybe Johnson.

Now that wouldn't be a bad idea

Ole Miss Texan
03-21-2007, 08:50 PM
Atlanta will package #8 and (2) 2nd picks to move up.

With the (2) 2nd RD picks Smith traded away, that would have been enough ammo to move up to #3 and get Peterson or Quinn and maybe Johnson.

IMO atlanta isn't going to move up. Oakland is taking CJ for sure now. Carr will go to oakland so that rules out russell..imo.


phone call convo:

Arthur Blank: Uh hi Al, we're willing to move up to your spot so we can take CJ...!

Al Davis: ahhahahhahaha go $%$^ yourself.

kastofsna
03-21-2007, 11:11 PM
peterson wouldn't make it past atlanta.

keyfro
03-22-2007, 12:07 AM
IMO atlanta isn't going to move up. Oakland is taking CJ for sure now. Carr will go to oakland so that rules out russell..imo.


phone call convo:

Arthur Blank: Uh hi Al, we're willing to move up to your spot so we can take CJ...!

Al Davis: ahhahahhahaha go $%$^ yourself.

that was funny...have to admit...i was laughin for awhile on that one

without any trades (however unlikely that is) this is how i see the top 10 turning out:

1. calvin johnson to oakland due to them trading for carr for a bag of peanuts and some grape juice
2. brady quinn to detriot...i don't buy the fact that they're not interest in taking a QB...and quinn fits their offense better than russell
3. jamarcus russell to cleveland...big time thrower for the city known for bad weather
4. gaines adams to tampa...this is actually where i see the first real trade occuring...tampa is more likely to trade down to get okoye who gruden coached at the senior bowl
5. joe thomas to arizona...that makes two years in a row that arizona has lucked out in waiting for their guy
6. alan branch to washington...personally i think they want adams but since he's not there they'll take the big run stuffer
7. jamaal anderson to minnesota...i think they will try and trade up for quinn and if it doesn't work out i think they'll trade down for a reciever
8. adrian peterson to atlanta...they will try and trade up for calvin but will be unsuccessful...so they'll simply take the BPA and that's AD
9. amobi okoye to the dolphins...this is a toss up between levi brown and okoye...with okoye winning out due to more potential than brown

and finally

10. laron landry to the texans...it's between him trading down for a WR or levi brown...landry will help out the defense so much that he's just too good to pass up

Ole Miss Texan
03-24-2007, 10:51 PM
I've been thinking about our team and the draft and where we can go that could help a lot.

*I'm assuming Laron Landry will be picked before us to try and be as realistic as i can.
*also i'm not going to 'predict' a trade down becuase it's near impossible to get it right...although i'd love for us to move down.

1st round: Leon Hall CB Michigan (if FS isn't addressed we have to get a new CB, secondary is weakest on our team, rest of this mock means we go Secondary in the 1st)
3rd round: Jason Hill WR Washington St. (4.32 forty, good size at 6 ft 200lbs, good route running and hands)
4th round: Kyle Young C Fresno St. (Center is a def. need and young could learn and develop into a starter while flannigan and mckinney are starting)
5th round: Mario Henderson LT Florida St. (we always need help on the OL, w/ spencers injury unknowns henderson could help, we have to protect Schaub)
6th round: Joe Cohen DT Florida (big Dt and we could always use help)
7th round: BPA

quite frankly i don't know a lot of the prospects for 5th-7th rounds.. but i think we need to address WR, OL - DT, Secondary.

threetoedpete
03-24-2007, 11:00 PM
I've been thinking about our team and the draft and where we can go that could help a lot.

*I'm assuming Laron Landry will be picked before us to try and be as realistic as i can.
*also i'm not going to 'predict' a trade down becuase it's near impossible to get it right...although i'd love for us to move down.

1st round: Leon Hall CB Michigan (if FS isn't addressed we have to get a new CB, secondary is weakest on our team, rest of this mock means we go Secondary in the 1st)
3rd round: Jason Hill WR Washington St. (4.32 forty, good size at 6 ft 200lbs, good route running and hands)
4th round: Kyle Young C Fresno St. (Center is a def. need and young could learn and develop into a starter while flannigan and mckinney are starting)
5th round: Mario Henderson LT Florida St. (we always need help on the OL, w/ spencers injury unknowns henderson could help, we have to protect Schaub)
6th round: Joe Cohen DT Florida (big Dt and we could always use help)
7th round: BPA

quite frankly i don't know a lot of the prospects for 5th-7th rounds.. but i think we need to address WR, OL - DT, Secondary.


If you're going to project a hippo a'waddleing for a year....I'd just as soon Pick the kid from Cal poly Brown or the Black Kid from New Mexico. I have no idea were either one will play but I gaurantee you one of mine will beat out someone currently starting before the end of September. Long before you're tub of lard gets on line to play. Hasn't he balooned up to 350 - 360 ? That kid doesn't need a football team he needs a mud hole to wallow in.

Ole Miss Texan
03-25-2007, 02:35 AM
If you're going to project a hippo a'waddleing for a year....I'd just as soon Pick the kid from Cal poly Brown or the Black Kid from New Mexico. I have no idea were either one will play but I gaurantee you one of mine will beat out someone currently starting before the end of September. Long before you're tub of lard gets on line to play. Hasn't he balooned up to 350 - 360 ? That kid doesn't need a football team he needs a mud hole to wallow in.

okay thanks for the info pete. i'll take a look at what i can find on the guys you mentioned. my main point was that C is a huge need, so i'd like to get the best guy that would fit our team in a round like the 4th or so.

Andrew6
03-25-2007, 02:39 AM
If you're going to project a hippo a'waddleing for a year....I'd just as soon Pick the kid from Cal poly Brown or the Black Kid from New Mexico. I have no idea were either one will play but I gaurantee you one of mine will beat out someone currently starting before the end of September. Long before you're tub of lard gets on line to play. Hasn't he balooned up to 350 - 360 ? That kid doesn't need a football team he needs a mud hole to wallow in.

wow angry lil guy aren't you? nothing wrong with a fluffy center lol.

VaBandWaggonFan
03-25-2007, 03:16 AM
wow angry lil guy aren't you? nothing wrong with a fluffy center lol.

:sumo: FLUFFY :sumo:


03/09/07 - Former Fresno State lineman Kyle Young returned to the Bulldogs' practice field Thursday for the first time in four months, there to participate in the NFL Pro Day after failing to receive an invitation to last month's NFL combine. The last time Young practiced at Fresno State was in November before getting suspended for the final four games of his career because of academics. Young returned looking bigger, but not necessarily better. He measured in at 6 feet, 5 inches and 353 pounds -- 23 pounds heavier than his listed playing weight. He did look stronger -- bench-pressing 225 pounds 23 times (about midrange compared to the marks set by linemen at the NFL combine). He also looked slower -- unofficially running the 40-yard dash at 5.57 on one run. Most importantly to Young, though, was that he was being looked at with roughly 20 NFL scouts and six NFL assistants attending the annual draft-preparation event. Young, along with roughly 15 other former Fresno State players or Fresno-area athletes who participated in the Pro Day, simply wanted to catch an NFL scout's eye. "Today was pretty important, show what I have in front of everybody," Young said afterward. "If you didn't go to the combine, this is the time to impress." Why Young, a four-year starter for the Bulldogs, didn't get invited to last month's combine in Indianapolis remains a mystery to him. His theory? His suspension cost him an invite, which was awarded to roughly 350 players in the nation. His agent, Justin Shulman of Athletes First, believes the suspension has brought up unwarranted character issues about Young. - Bryant-Jon Anteola, The Fresno Bee

Gamehorn25
03-25-2007, 07:57 AM
:sumo: FLUFFY :sumo:


03/09/07 - Former Fresno State lineman Kyle Young returned to the Bulldogs' practice field Thursday for the first time in four months, there to participate in the NFL Pro Day after failing to receive an invitation to last month's NFL combine. The last time Young practiced at Fresno State was in November before getting suspended for the final four games of his career because of academics. Young returned looking bigger, but not necessarily better. He measured in at 6 feet, 5 inches and 353 pounds -- 23 pounds heavier than his listed playing weight. He did look stronger -- bench-pressing 225 pounds 23 times (about midrange compared to the marks set by linemen at the NFL combine). He also looked slower -- unofficially running the 40-yard dash at 5.57 on one run. Most importantly to Young, though, was that he was being looked at with roughly 20 NFL scouts and six NFL assistants attending the annual draft-preparation event. Young, along with roughly 15 other former Fresno State players or Fresno-area athletes who participated in the Pro Day, simply wanted to catch an NFL scout's eye. "Today was pretty important, show what I have in front of everybody," Young said afterward. "If you didn't go to the combine, this is the time to impress." Why Young, a four-year starter for the Bulldogs, didn't get invited to last month's combine in Indianapolis remains a mystery to him. His theory? His suspension cost him an invite, which was awarded to roughly 350 players in the nation. His agent, Justin Shulman of Athletes First, believes the suspension has brought up unwarranted character issues about Young. - Bryant-Jon Anteola, The Fresno Bee

Correct me if I am wrong, but aren't ZBS Lineman supposed to be small and quick?

otisbean
03-25-2007, 10:42 AM
I REALLY don't think there is anyway we will stay at ten. Right now we need players that fit with what the coaching staff wants to do. There is a guy on Chron.com (TH in fans blog)reporting Buff is wanting to move to 10 and will give up a third to do so. He also states that if this occurs there is another team wanting to give up a second rounder to move to 12 pushing us back to the 20s. IF this is true I would do this in a heart beat. With four first day picks we could add a WR (Sydney Rice, Gonzalez, Jason Hill), OT (maybe Staley, Ugoh or Ryan Harris), a pass rusher to play opposite MW (Charles Johnson, Quentin Moses, or Anthony Spencer), and a CB (Josh Wilson or Eric Wright).

I would look to add a FS, DE, and a third down type of back (maybe Garret Wolfe) in rounds 4-7.

whiskeyrbl
03-25-2007, 10:46 AM
I REALLY don't think there is anyway we will stay at ten. Right now we need players that fit with what the coaching staff wants to do. There is a guy on Chron.com (TH in fans blog)reporting Buff is wanting to move to 10 and will give up a third to do so. He also states that if this occurs there is another team wanting to give up a second rounder to move to 12 pushing us back to the 20s. IF this is true I would do this in a heart beat. With four first day picks we could add a WR (Sydney Rice, Gonzalez, Jason Hill), OT (maybe Staley, Ugoh or Ryan Harris), a pass rusher to play opposite MW (Charles Johnson, Quentin Moses, or Anthony Spencer), and a CB (Josh Wilson or Eric Wright).

I would look to add a FS, DE, and a third down type of back (maybe Garret Wolfe) in rounds 4-7.

Not to mention Posluszny at OLB