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Old 02-19-2005   #1
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I represented the Texans for the first two rounds of the jaguars.com Mock Draft. Results posted here for evaluation at how I defended our honor!

So, after 2 rounds and many trades, the Houston Texans have:

Traded away SS Eric Brown, SS Glenn Earl will take over #1 spot (#13 + Brown + 4th for #6 + #58 from Titans).

Traded #6 + #73 + #78 for #25 + #56 + DE Trevor Pryce (trade bait so that I could complete ...)

Traded Pryce + 56 for #31, #59, #63, #77 (3 party trade with Philly and Atlanta)

Traded for 3-4 NT Ed Jasper (in the 3-way trade above), who will provide experienced depth behind resigned FA Seth Payne.

Traded #31 and #77 for #18 (Denver)

Traded #18 and #63 for #11 (Dallas)

Traded down from #25 to #35 + 4th round #122 and WR (Atlanta picked Elton Brown in the 25 spot, I landed Baas at 35)

Traded for WR Dez White (In the above trade down), who will compete for the #2 and #3 WR spot with the departure of FA #2 WR Bradford



Drafted:

At #11, Adam "Pac-Man" Jones, who will start at nickel back with Dunta Robinson and Aaron Glenn at #1 and #2 CB and Demarcus .gins at #4, each of the four would have some claim to being the best player in the NFL at their depth spot.

At #35, David Baas, OG/C, who will replace whichever of the two under-performing linemen (C McKinney and RG Wiegert) he beats out in training camp.

At #50, Kevin Everett, who will start at TE, moving Billy Miller into competition with Jabbar Gaffney and Dez White for the #2 WR spot.

At #58, NT/DE Luis Castillo who will provide depth at all Dline spots in preparation for taking over for Seth Payne or Gary Walker.

And here's the picks:

Round 1
1 1 49s QB Aaron Rodgers
2 2 Eagles OLB Derrick Johnson
3 3 Browns QB Alex Smith
4 4 Bears WR Braylon Edwards
5 5 Bucs RB Cadillac Williams
6 6 Vikes S Thomas Davis
7 7 Raiders RB Cedric Benson
8 8 Packers CB Antrel Rolle
9 9 Titans WR Mike Williams
10 10 Lions TE Heath Miller
11 11 Texans CB Pac-Man Jones
12 12 Chargers OLB Shawne Merriman
13 13 Titans DE Marcus Spears
14 14 Panthers RB Ronnie Brown
15 15 Chiefs DE Erasmus James
16 16 Saints CB Justin Miller
17 17 Bengals DT Travis Johnson
18 18 Vikings WR Mark Clayton
19 19 Rams DE David Pollack
20 20 Cowboys CB Carlos Rodgers
21 21 Patriots OT Alex Barron
22 22 Ravens WR Troy Williamson
23 23 Packers DT Shaun Cody
24 24 Jaguars DE Matt Roth
25 25 Falcons OG Elton Brown
26 26 Jets CB Brandon Browner
27 27 Titans OT Khalif Barnes
28 28 Charges WR Roddy White
29 29 Colts CB Marlin Jackson
30 30 Steelers CB Bryant McFadden
31 31 Broncos ILB Channing Crowder
32 32 Seahawks DE Dan Cody
Round 2
1 33 49s DT Anttaj Hawthorne
2 34 Browns OT Jamaal Brown
3 35 Texans OG David Baas
4 36 Bucs WR Fred Gibson
5 37 Skins DE Justin Tuck
6 38 Raiders OLB Rian Wallace
7 39 Bears TE Alex Smith
8 40 Saints OLB Darryl Blackstock
9 41 Lions SS Ernest Shazor
10 42 Titans OLB Kevin Burnett
11 43 Giants OT Adam Terry
12 44 Packers DE Bill Swancutt
13 45 Panthers OLB Demarcus Ware
14 46 Chiefs CB Eric Green
15 47 Titans QB Charlie Frye
16 48 Bengals OG Logan Mankins
17 49 Broncos DE Chris Canty
18 50 Texans TE Kevin Everett
19 51 Cardinals QB Jason Campbell
20 52 Jaguars CB Corey Webster
21 53 Vikings DT Mike Patterson
22 54 Patriots WR JR Russell
23 55 Bills OT Chris Colmer
24 56 Falcons FS Brodney Pool
25 57 Jets RB Ciatrick Fason
26 58 Texans NT Luis Castillo
27 59 Rams OT Wesley Britt
28 60 Colts DT CJ Mosley
29 61 Chargers FS Josh Bullucks
30 62 Steelers ILB Odell Thurman
31 63 Cowboys ILB Kirk Morrison
32 64 Vikings K Mike Nugent

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!!!

You actually pulled this off? Who are you, Charlie Casserly?

Rnd 1 - up 2 spots
Rnd 2 - up 12 spots
Rnd 3a - up 23 spots
Rnd 3b - up 20 spots
Added backup NT and possible #2 WR

... all for Eric Brown and our fourth round pick? Wow.
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Picks are pretty sweet, too. Everett might have been a slight reach but not much.
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What I'd give to get those picks.
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I have no idea what just happened, but I like the results. Man thats alot of trading.
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does anyone elses brain hurt after reading all that?
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A few other fun tidbits from this draft:

- I was not the most trade-happy GM in it!

- I wasn't even the most trade-happy in the AFC South!

- The Tennessee Titans GM immediately announced that he was in cap hell, and could not field a team that would make a Super Bowl run. Therefore, he was determined to have cap hell last only one year, by trading everyone with salaries above 3mil except Bulluck and Hopkins for draft picks to get highly rated rookies.

- Titans players traded included McNair ('girls), Mason ('skins), Rolle ('skins), Chris Brown ('fins), Tank Williams (falcs), Hayneswoth ('skins), Carlos Hall ('girls) and Fred Miller (don't remember) - he actually had all the cap info for the dead money and pulled this off very well

- The Vikings traded Randy Moss to the Cowboys for #20, Terrance Newman and another pick, I forget which one. They got into the #6 spot and drafted ... Thomas Davis???

- Philly traded half their draft (mostly to me!) to grab Derrick Johnson at #2.

- The Cardinals traded their 1st and 2nd round picks to Green Bay for Ahman Green.
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Traded for 3-4 NT Ed Jasper (in the 3-way trade above), who will provide experienced depth behind resigned FA Seth Payne.
Ed Jasper retired after the NFC Championship game.
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"I ain't coming back," Jasper told the Atlanta Journal Constitution. "You start getting up in age, and this was the hardest [training] camp I ever went through. And you look at guys like Reggie White, it's just rough, man. Football's a hard sport.

White died last month of a heart attack.

"Do you know how hard a strain it is on a big man?," added Jasper, who also endured major back surgery late in the spring of 2003.
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