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bigbrewster2000
03-27-2007, 11:42 AM
This is my first attempt at a Mock this year. This mock will assume that Adrian Peterson is gone(because he will be) so is Landry, and Levi Brown. No trade back just picking with what we have.
And before everyone says it, I also want to trade back I am just doing a mock without it.


Rd 1- Leon Hall CB Michigan- Fills a huge need and solidifies the CB position across from Dunta Robinson with arguably the best CB in the draft.

Rd 3- Eric Weddle FS Utah- Weddle fills the 2nd largest hole on the defense and while Kiper has him on his big board I think that means nothing and he should still be there in the 3rd.

Rd 4-Dan Mozes C WVA- One of the best Centers coming out this year, in my opinion he is right behind Kalil but Centers typically fall in the draft and he might be here in the 4th. He would be the future at the position and could easily be the starter in '08.

Rd 5-Paul Soliai DT Utah- The Texans take their 2nd Ute in the draft with this behemoth here in the 5th. He is a space eater that can still move pretty well for his size. Fills the hole that Payne left with his injuries.

Rd 6-Mike Walker WR Central Florida- I know some of you might think he won't be here in the 6th but this guy was considered a UDFA before the combine and he definantly doesn't play as fast as the 40 time he ran.

Rd 7-It is really hard to say what the Texans will do here so I will just say take a flyer on a LB and see what happens

BigBull17
03-27-2007, 11:52 AM
We cannot afford to wait till the 6th round to address our Wide out position. That will be an earlier pick.

bigbrewster2000
03-27-2007, 12:09 PM
We cannot afford to wait till the 6th round to address our Wide out position. That will be an earlier pick.

I knew that would be a question on this mock, however here is my rebutel, every year good WR's are picked on the 2nd day of the draft. Marqus Colston is the latest example but definantly not the only one. Mike Furry is another example of a WR who was not even taken in the draft. Another instance of a player who was not taken in the draft but played well was Hank Baskett WR Eagles. T.J. Houshmanzedah, David Givens and Patrick Crayton were also taken in either the 6th or 7th rds in their respective drafts.

kastofsna
03-27-2007, 12:10 PM
i think all of those players, save for hall, will be gone by the picks.

Navy_Chris
03-27-2007, 12:11 PM
i think all of those players, save for hall, will be gone by the picks.

yeah, Kiper's got Weddle going #28 to the Pats last I saw. Kinda high for him, don't you think?

beerlover
03-27-2007, 12:19 PM
offensive line help :beerfunnel:

bigbrewster2000
03-27-2007, 01:19 PM
i think all of those players, save for hall, will be gone by the picks.

Why do you think that out of curiosity? From what I have looked at that is about where all these guys are going to go save Dan Mozes who in truth I am just hoping will be there in the 4th.

threetoedpete
03-27-2007, 01:35 PM
This is my first attempt at a Mock this year. This mock will assume that Adrian Peterson is gone(because he will be) so is Landry, and Levi Brown. No trade back just picking with what we have.
And before everyone says it, I also want to trade back I am just doing a mock without it.


Rd 1- Leon Hall CB Michigan- Fills a huge need and solidifies the CB position across from Dunta Robinson with arguably the best CB in the draft.

Rd 3- Eric Weddle FS Utah- Weddle fills the 2nd largest hole on the defense and while Kiper has him on his big board I think that means nothing and he should still be there in the 3rd.

Rd 4-Dan Mozes C WVA- One of the best Centers coming out this year, in my opinion he is right behind Kalil but Centers typically fall in the draft and he might be here in the 4th. He would be the future at the position and could easily be the starter in '08.

Rd 5-Paul Soliai DT Utah- The Texans take their 2nd Ute in the draft with this behemoth here in the 5th. He is a space eater that can still move pretty well for his size. Fills the hole that Payne left with his injuries.

Rd 6-Mike Walker WR Central Florida- I know some of you might think he won't be here in the 6th but this guy was considered a UDFA before the combine and he definantly doesn't play as fast as the 40 time he ran.

Rd 7-It is really hard to say what the Texans will do here so I will just say take a flyer on a LB and see what happens


Absolutly hate the Waddel pick in terms of up side. Stick Splavuda in at seven. Won't be there but it will look nice. Like five and six. Ho hum on 4. good first try.

threetoedpete
03-27-2007, 01:37 PM
offensive line help :beerfunnel:

Lineman !! We don't need no sticking lineman.