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Old 01-25-2011   #1
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Default DraftTek presents the 2011 Texans draft

....with BetaV1 as your GM!

Neat little website is this DraftTek. It's essentially a draft simulator with loads of features. Among its great qualities are your ability to decide a team's priority based on position before and after a top player in said position is drafted.

As your pseudo-Texans GM, I'd think it's pretty obvious we have glaring needs at tight end that need to be addressed early and often in this draft.





























GOTCHA!

The Texans defense was one of the worst in NFL history and probably the worst I'll see in my lifetime. Defense is what's on the agenda and there's no swaying me about that; therefore, I have made it a priority to go defense in the first three rounds no matter what. More specifically, I feel that we must nab a free safety and strong safety.

The Texans secondary gave up 56 plays of 20+ yards, ranking them the sixth worst in the league in this category. They've also given up 18 plays of 40+ yards, making them the worst defense in this category by far. Big plays are usually the result of poor safety play. Many people have bought too deeply into the lie that a great pass rush will offset these. While a great pass rush certainly helps, the safeties have a job just as much as the defensive line does, and that job is to make sure no one gets behind them. They're the last line of defense and they've clearly failed. We need two new starting safeties and as your pseudo-GM, I won't budge from this belief. If you don't like it, then cancel your season tickets. There's 50,000 people out there who will pick them up. MWAHAHAHA!!!!

With that said, here's the draft:
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Round Pick Team Selection Psn School CRI Delta ReachValue
1 1 Carolina Nick Fairley DT43 Auburn P1 +0 Value
1 2 Denver Da'Quan Bowers DE43 Clemson P3 +0 Value
1 3 Buffalo Marcell Dareus DE34 Alabama P2Grab -4 Reach
1 4 Cincinnati Patrick Peterson FS LSU P2 +1 Value
1 5 Arizona Prince Amukamara CB Nebraska P2 +0 Value
1 6 Cleveland A.J. Green WRF Georgia P1 +2 Value
1 7 San Francisco Robert Quinn OLB34 North Carolina P2 +1 Value
1 8 Tennessee Julio Jones WRF Alabama P3 -2 Reach
1 9 Dallas Derek Sherrod OT Mississippi State P3R -5 Reach
1 10 Washington Ryan Kerrigan OLB34 Purdue P2 -2 Reach
1 11 Houston Von Miller OLB34 Texas A&M P3 -2 Reach
1 12 Minnesota Blaine Gabbert QB Missouri P2 -3 Reach
1 13 Detroit Jimmy Smith CB Colorado P1R -12 Reach
1 14 St Louis Akeem Ayers SILB UCLA Grab -16 Reach
1 15 Miami Jake Locker QB Washington P1 -9 Reach
1 16 Jacksonville Cameron Newton QB Auburn P4Grab -20 Reach
1 17 New England J.J. Watt DE34 Wisconsin P2 +9 Value
1 18 San Diego Cameron Jordan DE34 California P3O +9 Value
1 19 NY Giants Mikel LeShoure RBF Illinois P3Grab +1 Value
1 20 Tampa Bay Cameron Heyward DE34 Ohio State P1 +0 Value
1 21 Kansas City Stefen Wisniewski OC Penn State P3 +2 Value
1 22 Indianapolis Anthony Castonzo OT Boston College P2Grab +5 Value
1 23 Philadelphia Gabe Carimi ROT Wisconsin Grab -4 Reach
1 24 New Orleans Mark Ingram RBF Alabama P1 +13 Value
1 25 Seattle Allen Bailey DE43 Miami (FL) P3O +2 Value
1 26 Baltimore Torrey Smith WRF Maryland P3 -2 Reach
1 27 Atlanta Kyle Rudolph TE Notre Dame P3O +11 Value
1 28 New England Nate Solder OT Colorado P2 +6 Value
1 29 Chicago Stephen Paea DT43 Oregon State P2 +0 Value
1 30 NY Jets Aldon Smith OLB34 Missouri P1 -3 Reach
1 31 Green Bay Tyron Smith OT USC P3 -1 Reach
1 32 Pittsburgh Marcus Cannon OT TCU P3 -3 Reach
2 33 New England Jason Pinkston OG Pittsburgh P3 -6 Reach
2 34 Buffalo Martez Wilson SILB Illinois Grab +8 Value
2 35 Cincinnati Greg Jones ILB Michigan State P2 +14 Value
2 36 Denver DeAndre McDaniel FS Clemson P3 +2 Value
2 37 Cleveland Adrian Clayborn DE43 Iowa P2 +6 Value
2 38 Arizona Ryan Mallett QB Arkansas P1 -10 Reach
2 39 Tennessee Corey Liuget DT43 Illinois P1 +1 Value
2 40 Dallas Brandon Harris CB Miami (FL) P3 +3 Value
2 41 Washington Jake Kirkpatrick OC TCU P1 -11 Reach
2 42 Houston Ahmad Black FS Florida P1 +2 Value
2 43 Minnesota DeMarcus Love OT Arkansas P2 +0 Value
2 44 Detroit Robert Sands FS West Virginia P3 -3 Reach
2 45 San Francisco Brandon Burton CB Utah P2 +0 Value
2 46 Denver D.J. Williams TE Arkansas P3 +2 Value
2 47 St Louis Jonathan Baldwin WRF Pittsburgh P1Grab +5 Value
2 48 Oakland Davon House CB New Mexico State P2 -5 Reach
2 49 Jacksonville Kelvin Sheppard ILB LSU P3 -6 Reach
2 50 San Diego Mason Foster ILB Washington P2 -8 Reach
2 51 Tampa Bay Rodney Hudson OG Florida State P3O +1 Value
2 52 NY Giants Dontay Moch OLB43 Nevada P3 -5 Reach
2 53 Indianapolis Drake Nevis DT43 LSU P2 +4 Value
2 54 Philadelphia Aaron Williams CB Texas P2 -17 Reach
2 55 Kansas City Leonard Hankerson WRF Miami (FL) P3 -4 Reach
2 56 New Orleans Muhammad Wilkerson DT43 Temple P4R -5 Reach
2 57 Seattle Christian Ponder QB Florida State P2 -6 Reach
2 58 Baltimore Johnny Patrick CB Louisville P3T -32 Reach
2 59 Atlanta Austin Pettis WRP Boise State P2 -7 Reach
2 60 New England Shane Vereen RBF California P3 +19 Value
2 61 San Diego Justin Houston OLB34 Georgia P3 +15 Value
2 62 Chicago Mike Pouncey OC Florida P2 +2 Value
2 63 Green Bay Jeremy Beal OLB34 Oklahoma P3 -10 Reach
2 64 Pittsburgh Tyler Sash SS Iowa P4 +10 Value
3 65 Carolina Titus Young WRS Boise State P2 -11 Reach
3 66 Cincinnati Jerrell Powe DT43 Mississippi P2 -1 Reach
3 67 Denver Colin McCarthy ILB Miami (FL) P3 +2 Value
3 68 Buffalo Luke Stocker TE Tennessee P3O +17 Value
3 69 Arizona James Carpenter OT Alabama P2 -6 Reach
3 70 Cleveland Quan Sturdivant ILB North Carolina P2 -4 Reach
3 71 Dallas Jermale Hines FS Ohio State P4R -6 Reach
3 72 New Orleans Phil Taylor 355 Baylor Grab -73 Reach
3 73 Houston Dejon Gomes SS Nebraska P3O -9 Reach
3 74 New England Jabaal Sheard OLB34 Pittsburgh P3 -12 Reach
3 75 Detroit Mark Herzlich OLB43 Boston College P3 -4 Reach
3 76 San Francisco Andy Dalton QB TCU P2 +7 Value
3 77 Tennessee Nate Irving ILB North Carolina State P3 -6 Reach
3 78 St Louis Kendall Hunter RBF Oklahoma State P3O +22 Value
3 79 Miami DeMarco Murray RBC Oklahoma P2 +15 Value
3 80 Jacksonville Pernell McPhee DE43 Mississippi State P3 -8 Reach
3 81 Oakland Marvin Austin DT43 North Carolina P3 +9 Value
3 82 San Diego Benjamin Ijalana OG Villanova P3 -7 Reach
3 83 NY Giants Lance Kendricks TE Wisconsin P4 +21 Value
3 84 Tampa Bay Owen Marecic ILB Stanford P2 +0 Value
3 85 Philadelphia Bruce Carter OLB43 North Carolina P2Grab -10 Reach
3 86 Kansas City Jordan Todman RBF Connecticut P4 +16 Value
3 87 Indianapolis Kristofer O'Dowd OC USC P3 +2 Value
3 88 New Orleans Sam Acho DE43 Texas P4R -4 Reach
3 89 San Diego Quinton Carter FS Oklahoma P3 -2 Reach
3 90 Baltimore Brian Lainhart FS Kent State P4R -8 Reach
3 91 Atlanta Chris Hairston OT Clemson P3O -9 Reach
3 92 New England Vincent Brown WRF San Diego State P3 -7 Reach
3 93 Chicago Tandon Doss WRF Indiana P3 -15 Reach
3 94 NY Jets Lawrence Guy DE34 Arizona State P2 +0 Value
3 95 Green Bay Curtis Brown CB Texas P5 -6 Reach
3 96 Pittsburgh Ryan Williams RBF Virginia Tech P4 +18 Value
4 97 Carolina Mike McNeill TE Nebraska P4 +29 Value
4 98 Seattle Jurrell Casey DT43 USC P3 +18 Value
4 99 Buffalo Sione Fua DT34 Stanford P2 -17 Reach
4 100 Cincinnati Ronald Johnson WRF USC P2 -20 Reach
4 101 Cleveland Christian Ballard DT43 Iowa P3O +5 Value
4 102 Arizona Charlie Gantt TE Michigan State P4 +21 Value
4 103 Philadelphia Casey Matthews WILB Oregon Grab -2 Reach
4 104 Houston Jeremy Kerley WRS TCU P3O +0 Value
4 105 Minnesota Virgil Green TE Nevada P3O +12 Value
4 106 Detroit Chris White ILB Mississippi State P3 -3 Reach
4 107 San Francisco Jerrel Jernigan WRS Troy P3O -7 Reach
4 108 Tennessee Greg McElroy QB Alabama P3 +11 Value
4 109 Dallas Danny Watkins OG Baylor P3 -10 Reach
4 110 Miami Daniel Thomas RBF Kansas State P2 +23 Value
4 111 St Louis Ras-I Dowling CB Virginia P2 -10 Reach
4 112 Oakland Noel Devine RBC West Virginia P3 +10 Value
4 113 Jacksonville Brandon Hogan CB West Virginia P3 -19 Reach
4 114 San Francisco Kendrick Ellis DT34 Hampton P2R -44 Reach
4 115 Tampa Bay Tim Barnes OC Missouri P3 -3 Reach
4 116 NY Giants Marcus Gilbert OT Florida P3 +9 Value
4 117 Kansas City Josh Bynes ILB Auburn P4R -11 Reach
4 118 Indianapolis Stephen Schilling OG Michigan P3 -7 Reach
4 119 Philadelphia Rahim Moore SS UCLA P4Grab -5 Reach
4 120 Jacksonville Dom DeCicco SS Pittsburgh P4 +10 Value
4 121 Buffalo Greg Romeus OLB34 Pittsburgh P2 -12 Reach
4 122 Baltimore John Moffitt OG Wisconsin P4R -9 Reach
4 123 Atlanta Brooks Reed DE43 Arizona P2 -12 Reach
4 124 New England Joe Lefeged SS Rutgers P4R -10 Reach
4 125 Chicago Lee Ziemba OT Auburn P4 +13 Value
4 126 NY Jets Marcus Gilchrist FS Clemson P3R -33 Reach
4 127 Green Bay Dwayne Harris WRP East Carolina P3 -2 Reach
4 128 Pittsburgh Cliff Matthews OLB34 South Carolina P3 -13 Reach
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5 129 Carolina Wayne Daniels DE43 TCU P2 -25 Reach
5 130 Buffalo K.J. Wright ILB Mississippi State P3 -8 Reach
5 131 Cincinnati Taylor Potts QB Texas Tech P3O +14 Value
5 132 Tampa Bay Jarvis Jenkins DT43 Clemson P4 +19 Value
5 133 Arizona Clint Boling OG Georgia P3R -28 Reach
5 134 Cleveland Shareece Wright CB USC P3O -9 Reach
5 135 Minnesota Tejay Johnson FS TCU P2 -35 Reach
5 136 Detroit Korey Lindsey CB Southern Illinois P3 -19 Reach
5 137 San Francisco Orlando Franklin OT Miami (FL) P4 +22 Value
5 138 Tennessee Chimdi Chekwa CB Ohio State P3R -30 Reach
5 139 Dallas Anthony Gray DT34 Southern Miss P3R -44 Reach
5 140 Washington Cecil Shorts III WRF Mount Union P2 -24 Reach
5 141 Houston Cedric Thornton DE34 Southern Arkansas P3O +4 Value
5 142 St Louis Tom Keiser DE43 Stanford P2 -23 Reach
5 143 Miami Randall Cobb WRS Kentucky P2 -8 Reach
5 144 Jacksonville Jacquizz Rodgers RBC Oregon State P4 +22 Value
5 145 Oakland Colin Kaepernick QB Nevada P4 +19 Value
5 146 Philadelphia John Clay FB Wisconsin P9Grab -36 Reach
5 147 Minnesota Brandon Fusco OC Slippery Rock P3 +5 Value
5 148 Kansas City Tyrod Taylor QB Virginia Tech P4 +8 Value
5 149 Indianapolis Greg Little WRF North Carolina P3 -23 Reach
5 150 Philadelphia Justin Boren OG Ohio State P3R -28 Reach
5 151 Kansas City Harold Ayodele DT34 Emporia State P3T -60 Reach
5 152 Washington Roy Helu RBF Nebraska P4 +29 Value
5 153 Seattle Rob Housler TE Florida Atlantic P4R +4 Value
5 154 Seattle Mike Mohamed ILB California P4R +1 Value
5 155 Atlanta Dion Lewis RBC Pittsburgh P3R -47 Reach
5 156 New England Pat Devlin QB Delaware P4 +8 Value
5 157 Chicago Deunta Williams SS North Carolina P3R -33 Reach
5 158 NY Jets Derek Hall OT Stanford P4 +12 Value
5 159 Green Bay Stevan Ridley RBF LSU P4 +29 Value
5 160 Pittsburgh Jordan Cameron TE USC P3 +0 Value
6 161 Carolina Joseph Barksdale OT LSU P4 +11 Value
6 162 Cleveland Ross Homan OLB43 Ohio State P2 -12 Reach
6 163 Cincinnati Lazarius Levingston DE43 LSU P2 -17 Reach
6 164 Buffalo Curt Porter OT Jacksonville State P4R +7 Value
6 165 Cleveland Jerrad Tarrant FS Georgia Tech P3 -23 Reach
6 166 Arizona Jonathan Cornell ILB Mississippi P4 +10 Value
6 167 Seattle Jordan White WRF Western Michigan P4R -17 Reach
6 168 San Francisco Graig Cooper RBF Miami (FL) P4 +29 Value
6 169 Tennessee Kenny Rowe OLB43 Oregon P3R -30 Reach
6 170 Dallas Mike Blanc DE34 Auburn P4R -19 Reach
6 171 Washington Zach Hurd OG Connecticut P2 -33 Reach
6 172 Houston Terrence Toliver WRF LSU P2 -29 Reach
6 173 Minnesota Brandon Bair DE43 Oregon P3 -24 Reach
6 174 Miami Jeron Johnson SS Boise State P2 -18 Reach
6 175 St Louis Doug Hogue OLB43 Syracuse P2 -34 Reach
6 176 Oakland Jeremy Kellem FS Middle Tennessee P3 -17 Reach
6 177 Jacksonville Shaun Draughn RBF North Carolina P4 +30 Value
6 178 San Diego Ben Chappell QB Indiana P3 +16 Value
6 179 Arizona Eddie Jones OLB34 Texas P3 -21 Reach
6 180 NY Giants Chris L. Rucker CB Michigan State P3 -7 Reach
6 181 Detroit Willie Smith OT East Carolina P4 +14 Value
6 182 Tampa Bay Pierre Allen DE43 Nebraska P3 -16 Reach
6 183 Indianapolis Darren Evans RBF Virginia Tech P4 +31 Value
6 184 New England Mario Harvey ILB Marshall P4R -7 Reach
6 185 San Francisco Kevin Kowalski OC Toledo P4R -9 Reach
6 186 Baltimore James Brewer OT Indiana P4 +11 Value
6 187 Atlanta Scott Tolzien QB Wisconsin P4 +14 Value
6 188 Denver Jamie Harper RBF Clemson P3 +25 Value
6 189 Chicago Ricky Stanzi QB Iowa P4 +8 Value
6 190 NY Jets Bryant Browning OG Ohio State P3R -40 Reach
6 191 Green Bay Alex Linnenkohl OC Oregon State P3 -29 Reach
6 192 Pittsburgh Kendric Burney CB North Carolina P3 -4 Reach
7 193 Green Bay Elijah Joseph ILB Temple P4R -2 Reach
7 194 Cincinnati Derrick Locke RBC Kentucky P3 -30 Reach
7 195 Buffalo Curtis Marsh CB Utah State P4R -12 Reach
7 196 Denver Ian Williams DT43 Notre Dame P3 +17 Value
7 197 NY Jets Terry Griffin DT34 Elizabeth City State P3T -72 Reach
7 198 Seattle Rashad Carmichael CB Virginia Tech P4R -21 Reach
7 199 San Francisco Will Hill FS Florida P4R -9 Reach
7 200 Tennessee Julius Thomas TE Portland St P4 +24 Value
7 201 Washington T.J. Yates QB North Carolina P4R -2 Reach
7 202 Houston Lawrence Marsh DE34 Florida P3O -8 Reach
7 203 Minnesota Edmund Gates WRF Abilene Christian P3 -9 Reach
7 204 San Francisco Greg Salas WRF Hawaii P4R -23 Reach
7 205 St Louis Brian Rolle OLB43 Ohio State P3 -16 Reach
7 206 Miami Kyle Adams TE Purdue P3O +20 Value
7 207 Miami Chris Culliver FS South Carolina P2 -25 Reach
7 208 Oakland Chris Carter OLB43 Fresno State P3 -15 Reach
7 209 Dallas Stanley Havili FB USC P9Grab +103 Value
7 210 NY Giants Carl Johnson OG Florida P3R -42 Reach
7 211 Tampa Bay Lawrence Wilson OLB43 Connecticut P3 -15 Reach
7 212 Kansas City Derek Newton OT Arkansas State P4 +27 Value
7 213 Indianapolis Andre Smith TE Virginia Tech P4R +7 Value
7 214 Philadelphia Mario Butler CB Georgia Tech P3R -32 Reach
7 215 New Orleans Rob McGill OT Louisiana Tech P4 +10 Value
7 216 Baltimore Lee Smith TE Marshall P4R +0 Value
7 217 Baltimore Nate Williams SS Washington P4R -5 Reach
7 218 Atlanta Aldrick Robinson WRS SMU P3R -13 Reach
7 219 Jacksonville D. J. Young OT Michigan State P4R +6 Value
7 220 NY Jets Nick Bellore ILB Central Michigan P4R -14 Reach
7 221 Atlanta Quentin Davie OLB43 Northwestern P4R -18 Reach
7 222 Pittsburgh Terrell McClain DT34 South Florida P3T -81 Reach
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Why didn't I take any corners? I'm not convinced the defensive woes were entirely their fault, despite all the falling down. I'm expecting Wade to coach them up. The safeties were by far a bigger need.

Also, I went WR twice because we need to come in here and actually perform like they want to compliment the best wide out in the league. There's a reason why you usually have two wide receivers on the field at the same time, and it's not just so one can take pressure off the other by merely being an extra body on the field. We need to find a legit compliment to AJ.

Lastly, I thought DraftTek was/is wrong on Von Miller being "reach" at 11. Naturally I would've liked to grab Patrick Peterson here, but he won't be there. Von Miller, however, should be in the top ten overall and if he's not, we need to take him.

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Houston falling to pick 61? Sorry, but that ain't happening.
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My only issue is 34 end is going to be a strong position this year, and you take two. Are these rush OLB's? Cause I can't see that many guys in our DE rotation.
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Oh man, people are going to cry if we take two WR! I agree with you though on why we take the WR. Why not put more fire power in a good offense.
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I think some people might be forgetting we have Dickerson, Andre Davis, Holliday and DA. Not to mention the practice squaders

I don't really care much for Davis anymore, but still have high hopes for Dorin. I like DA a lot, but if Holliday can take that role, fine.

In the end, I wouldn't scoff at WR taken later in the draft. I'd just prefer not to.
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I think some people might be forgetting we have Dickerson, Andre Davis, Holliday and DA. Not to mention the practice squaders

I don't really care much for Davis anymore, but still have high hopes for Dorin. I like DA a lot, but if Holliday can take that role, fine.

In the end, I wouldn't scoff at WR taken later in the draft. I'd just prefer not to.
I think we need to draft a WR from the 2-4th round due the fact that we really don't have a true no 2 threat. Yes we have depth at the 3wr spot.

With Aj coming back from injury, also getting older, it would make sense to draft someone that we could groom behind AJ. (Yes Dorin could be good, but can we expect much out of a 7th round draft pick?)
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Boy oh boy. Houston is in the talks of our 1st rounder and he went 61? If I were to cherry pick this is what I'd like from that order:

1 (11) - DE J.J. Watt, Wisconsin
2 (42) - OLB Justin Houston, Georgia
3 (73) - ILB Casey Matthews, Oregon
4 (104) - FS Rahim Moore, UCLA
5 (141) - DE Brandon Bair, Oregon
6 (172) - SS Jeron Johnson, Boise St.
7 (202) - FB/RB Stanley Havili, Southern Cal
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DE: M. Williams, J.J. Watt(R), A. Smith, B. Bair(R), M. Spears(FA)
DT: S. Cody, E. Mitchell, D. Lewis
OLB: J. Houston(R), C. Barwin, X. Adibi (Cushing/Diles/Matthews may double as backup OLB)
ILB: D. Ryans, B. Cushing, D. Sharpton, C. Matthews, Z. Diles, K. Bentley
CB: I. Taylor(FA), J. Allen, G. Quin, K. Jackson, B. McCain, A. Molden
FS: R. Moore, T. Nolan
SS: B. Pollard, J. Johnson, Q. Demps

This would give us some solid talent. We're likely going into the draft without the ability to fill holes though Free Agency but that doesn't mean I take need over talent. After the draft we must sign a FA CB like Asomugha, Bailey or Ike Taylor. I think Spears may be an edition Wade can add as backup and I wouldn't be surprised to see a NT and/or S. This gives us a great base going into the season before we have to make final roster cuts.

Offense was largely avoided in the draft due to BPA being on defense as well as our needs. Havili can catch out of the backfield and block. Good insurance for Leach and backup RB. Could probably be stashed on the P.S. Wanted to address WR but it didn't come up. Would like to see a decent FA signing here and possibly address some OL. I think Butler will be retained as the swing tackle.
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Kerley's from my hometown! He's a heck of a returner and a decent receiver. It'd be awesome to see him as a Houston Texan.
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Houston falling to pick 61? Sorry, but that ain't happening.
My thoughts exactly, JB. I couldn't believe how far down I had to scroll to find him. I like him alot better than Miller. I know you can't go soley on YouTube highlights but that's what I'm limited to. I see more whiffs than pressures even, let alone tackes. I like Houston MUCH better. JMO
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Boy oh boy. Houston is in the talks of our 1st rounder and he went 61? If I were to cherry pick this is what I'd like from that order:

1 (11) - DE J.J. Watt, Wisconsin
2 (42) - OLB Justin Houston, Georgia
3 (73) - ILB Casey Matthews, Oregon
4 (104) - FS Rahim Moore, UCLA
5 (141) - DE Brandon Bair, Oregon
6 (172) - SS Jeron Johnson, Boise St.
7 (202) - FB/RB Stanley Havili, Southern Cal
This draft, is jizz worthy, but goes to show how bad the original mock is.

Damn, I would love your draft... every player would make the roster, and with the exception of Bair, would contribute immediately.
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Is it really possible to "reach" in the 7th round?
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Is it really possible to "reach" in the 7th round?
Maybe they think he should be working at McDonalds?
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Gomes in the third?

Dude was a hybrid LB/S he has no NFL position.

He made plays in college but not sure he is anything other than a special teamer in the pros.
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Trade down and get three and I dont care what you do with the rest of the draft

Stephen Paea DT43 Oregon State
Justin Houston OLB34 Georgia
Mike Pouncey OC Florida
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This would be a great draft. Houston isn't going to fall.

Kerley would be a great pick inthe 5/6th rd.

He's a playmaker and has KR/PR skills.

My 7th rd pick would be Jimmy Young Wr TCU. Big fast guy, has good hands. Should fall because he didn't get many thrown his way last yr.
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