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LoNghoRn-TeXaN
04-23-2005, 03:03 AM
What is he smoking? Ronnie Brown is nowhere in the first round in his mock draft. :confused:

John McClain's Mock Draft (http://www.chron.com/cs/CDA/ssistory.mpl/sports/3149268)

dirty steve
04-23-2005, 03:13 AM
why are experts forgetting about ronnie brown? i hope they forget about him until 13, if we even stay there.

D-ReK
04-23-2005, 03:25 AM
I'm assuming he forgot about Brown...He did a live mock on the radio today and had Brown going 5th overall...Guess he had a brain cramp...Also, Vincent Jackson in the first :confused: ...

jacquescas
04-23-2005, 03:34 AM
give him a break he was just doing an interview with ricky williams

AndreJ
04-23-2005, 10:21 AM
The link you provided has Brown going 5th to Tampa, so what are you smoking? :woot

LoL, i was thinking the same thing....... i saw him @ #5 and i was like maybe there the ones smoking...still celebrating 4/20 i see LoL :woot

dirty steve
04-23-2005, 10:21 AM
sorry, i was PWI (posting while intoxicated) last night.

Rosusu
04-23-2005, 10:42 AM
He changed it this morning, he forgot about Ronnie last night and I am sure somebody informed the he messed up. I can understand though, mocks are hard to put together and players are easily left out.

Porky
04-23-2005, 11:44 AM
I saw his mock in my morning Chronicle, and the first thing I noticed was Ronnie Brown was missing. I scanned it about 5 times. I couldn't believe he missed Ronnie Brown. The only other eyebrow raiser was Vincent Jackson. I think he can become a very fine WR personally, but that is the first mock I have seen with him in the first. I think most have him in the 2nd or 3rd.

Janus3
04-23-2005, 02:43 PM
john mcclain is a moron, he's a biased piece of **** that has no insight and follows the norm. everything he states in "obvious" material. i read his columns as comic relief.

beerlover
06-23-2005, 03:08 AM
bored sorry, had to drag up the dregs. man what are y'all smoking I see McClain had Ronnie Brown going to Tampa with the 5th pick. Of course we all know Miami got him with the 2nd, but overall I thought he did a solid job consistant to the end with Troy Williamson falling to the Texans, but again we now know that not to be true. however I must say most ironic of all this, and I quote "22. Baltimore Travis Johnson, DT, Florida State Fits in nicely for the return to the 4-3 from a 3-4." classic :crying:

had fathers day dinner at a certain Japanese establishment (you know those kind where you sit together with strangers & they cook the food & throw knifes, eggs, rice etc...at you) and none other than David Pollack sits down next to us with his lovely & charming bride. such a quiet, soft spoken, cut & lean nice young man, very impressive. so I got to thinking again why did'nt the Texans draft him & have a pair of bookend OLB to seal the corners for the next several years. I have absoultley no doubt he will make an excellent player in the league for many, many years. is it because the Texans already have Babin, very similar player, and expected this as the year for Peek to break through? or taking need over bpa to address the aging d-line?

i sincerely hope TJ has a tremendous impact for the Texans, but if they really thought about a perfect fit for the system (a reason given for not taking DJ) then they had no excuse in my opinion to pass on a player who imbodies everything the Texans organization stands for, class, hardwork and determination, not to mention a fine Texas lady standing/sitting by his side :sbad: good luck in Cincy David-

threetoedpete
07-04-2005, 12:45 PM
bored sorry, had to drag up the dregs. "22. Baltimore Travis Johnson, DT, Florida State Fits in nicely for the return to the 4-3 from a 3-4." classic :crying:

had fathers day dinner at a certain Japanese establishment (you know those kind where you sit together with strangers & they cook the food & throw knifes, eggs, rice etc...at you) and none other than David Pollack sits down next to us with his lovely & charming bride. such a quiet, soft spoken, cut & lean nice young man, very impressive. so I got to thinking again why did'nt the Texans draft him & have a pair of bookend OLB to seal the corners for the next several years. I have absoultley no doubt he will make an excellent player in the league for many, many years. is it because the Texans already have Babin, very similar player, and expected this as the year for Peek to break through? or taking need over bpa to address the aging d-line?

i sincerely hope TJ has a tremendous impact for the Texans, but if they really thought about a perfect fit for the system (a reason given for not taking DJ) then they had no excuse in my opinion to pass on a player who imbodies everything the Texans organization stands for, class, hardwork and determination, not to mention a fine Texas lady standing/sitting by his side :sbad: good luck in Cincy David-


As far as Pollock is concerned, I think he will do well in Cicninatti. He is everything you look for in a FB player. And I am a fan. But the tape doesn't lie. He has short arms. He may flurish ala Lawerence Taylor, where when he is doubt, he lowers his soulder and goes after the QB. They will have to protect him somehow on running plays. The speed of the modern NFL gaurds is nothing short of awesome. Got 320 lbs. guys running sub 5.0's absolutley incredible. We'll see how he holds the point of attack on rushing plays. My book says he'll have trouble. We'll see. The progress of Babin last year offers me hope. He can hold the point of attack. This year we'll see if he can get to the QB.
Still looking for that incredible athelet in the middle of our defense. Don't think he is on the roster yet. Had a shot at him. Missed.