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Old 02-17-2005   #1
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Exclamation Front 16 / Back 16 Mock.

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1. San Francisco - Aaron Rogers - QB - California
*The rule. If you dont have a franchise QB, draft one.
*Plus with a new coach, he will want to start with "his guy"

2. Miami - Alex Smith - QB - Utah
*There are plenty of RB's who want to play for them.
*New coach, new guy.

3. Cleveland - Derrick Johnson - OLB - Texas
*Both QB's are gone so they go defense. Thei new GM, Phil Savage will probably go Defense.
*Best linebacker in Texas history.

4. Chicago - Mike Williams - WR - U.S.C.
*Its hard to see them get another Michigan WR.
*Grossman needs someone to play with.

5. Tampa Bay - Cadillac Williams - RB - Auburn
*Gruden is eyeballin this kid pretty hard.

6. Tennessee - Pac Man Jones - CB - West Virgina
*If Rolle can stay healthy, this will be a formidable group.

7. Oakland - Shawne Merriman - OLB - Maryland
*The raiders just dont have the players for the 3-4 yet.

8. Arizona - Cedric Benson - RB - Texas
*Need a RB bad, and get one of the big 3.

9. Washington - Erasmus James - DE - Wisconsin
*Washington needs a pash rusher. And this guy can get to the QB.

10. Detroit - Thomas Davis - S - Georgia
*Will help this secondary immensely.

11. Dallas - Antrel Rolle - CB - Miami
*Im not sure how he fell, but Dallas will take him, as CB is a major concern.

12. San Diego - Braylon Edwards - WR - Michigan
*Another weapon for one of last years most prolific offenses.

13. Houston - Marcus Spears - DE - L.S.U.
*You cant pass on a huge DE like Spears. He was made for the 3-4.
*Alex Barron could be here too.
*Ronnie Brown could be used as trade bait as well.

14. Carolina - Ronnie Brown - RB - Auburn
*Foster seems to always be hurt, and Davis isnt looking so good these days.

15. Kansas City - Justin Miller - CB - Clemson
*Biggest need. They have a horrible D, and need a cover man, so they can blitz more.

16. New Orleans - Kevin Burnett - OLB - Tennessee
*I would say corner here, but McKenzie has changed that.



I will post the back 16 later.

Enjoy picking this mock apart!

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Part 2.

17. Cincinnati - Travis Johnson - DT - F.S.U.
*Gave up alot of ground to the run. And Williams might be gone next year.

18. Minnesota - Shaun Cody - DT - U.S.C.
*Chris Hovan leaves a void here. Will team up with Williams to be formidable tandem.

19. St. Louis - Alex Barron - OT - F.S.U.
*Pace and Barron will give Bulger all the time in the world.
*He may eventually replace the greedy Pace.

20. Dallas - Dan Cody - DE/OLB - Oklahoma
*If Dallas tries to go 3-4 next year, they will need a player like this.
*Can play DE, or OLB, depending on scheme.

21. Jacksonville - Justin Tuck - DE - Notre Dame
*Need help at DE big time.

22. Baltimore - Mark Clayton - WR - Oklahoma
*All around great wR. Williamson is more of a homerun guy, and I think will drop because of it.

23. Seattle - Channing Crowder - ILB - Florida
*Seattle is in need of a linebacker. Any linebacker.

24. Green Bay - David Pollack - DE - Georgia
*Will help put alot of pressure on the QB, from both sides of the D line, with Kabeer.

25. Denver - Heath Miller - TE - Virginia
*Will help put the great TE theme back in Denver.

26. New York (Jets) - Carlos Rogers - CB - Auburn
*A need since last year. Would have taken Dunta if available.

27. Atlanta - Jammal Brown - OT - Oklahoma
*Will be an instant starter.

28. San Diego - Brodney Pool - S - Oklahoma
*Second best secondary player from Oklahoma, only to Roy Williams.

29. Indianapolis - Brandon Browner - CB - Oregon St.
*5th CB in round one. Wow. A big need for every team.

30. Pittsburgh - Adam Terry - OT - Syracuse
*Big Ben needs some outside protection.

31. Philadelphia - Troy Williamson - WR - South Carolina
*We are not the only ones who are sick of Freddie Mitchell.

32. New England - David Baas -OG/C - Michigan
*Just what the pats like. A player who can play multiple positions.

And there you have it. Let me know what you think.

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"13. Houston - Marcus Spears - DE - L.S.U.
*You cant pass on a huge DE like Spears. He was made for the 3-4."



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Just my opinion but...

Burnett isn't that good.
Tuck before Pollack.
In the James vs Pollack matchup, Pollack way outshined James. I think Pollack is way underrated amongst mocksters.
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Good Job. No nit pickin' but Edwards and Mike Williams would be round Pegs for them also. Don't know why but I believe the Utah kid will make the better WCO QB. IMHO, He's the bettter fit. Probably dead wrong JMHO. Wouldn't be surprise either way or, if they try to sale a trade. Frisco's only strength is their LB corp. They are ripe for a trade trade down. Begining with Chicago, and skipping Tampa, there are a few in that bunch who could use a studly QB. Excellent mock. I enjoyed it.

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Just my opinion but...

Burnett isn't that good.
Tuck before Pollack.
In the James vs Pollack matchup, Pollack way outshined James. I think Pollack is way underrated amongst mocksters.
I just feel that Pollack is undersized for the position. Even with a motor like his, Im just not sure he could make an impact.

Burnett is the DJ Williams of this year. Both had good size, and Burnett is just as good. New Orleans was rumored to really like Williams.
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Good Job. No nit pickin' but Edwards and Mike Williams would be round Pegs for them also. Don't know why but I believe the Utah kid will make the better WCO QB. IMHO, He's the bettter fit. Probably dead wrong JMHO. Wouldn't be surprise either way or, if they try to sale a trade. Frisco's only strength is their LB corp. They are ripe for a trade trade down. Begining with Chicago, and skipping Tampa, there are a few in that bunch who could use a studly QB. Excellent mock. I enjoyed it.
I bet you are right, that SF would trade down. But I decided to mock as is, with no trades. Its hard enough to get these close! but thanks for the kind words.
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Whoa.... Detriot stole Thomas Davis, when did Detriot ever drafted Defensively for #1?
haha Chris Claiborne in 1998 was the last time they went defense in the first round.

*Note Chris was the 5th year in a row that the lions went defense in the first round.

1999
RD1 Pick 9 Claiborne, Chris MLB Southern California
RD1 Pick 27 Gibson, Aaron T Wisconsin

2000
RD 1 Pick 20 McDougle, Stockar T Oklahoma

2001
RD 1 Pick 18 Backus, Jeff T Michigan

2002
RD 1 Pick 3 Harrington, Joey QB Oregon

2003
RD 1 Pick 2 Rogers, Charles WR Michigan State

2004
RD 1 Pick 7 Williams, Roy WR Texas
RD 1 Pick 30 Jones, Kevin RB Virginia Tech
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