2006 mock draft

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  1. F-minus67

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    Since I am bored out of my mind I figured I'd take a shot at where and who we will pick. My rosters on madden are up to date so that is how I will determine the order, by simulating the season.

    1. 49ers - RB DeAngelo Williams, Memphis
    2. Browns - OT D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Virginia
    3. Dophins - QB Matt Leinart, USC
    4. Broncos(Redskins) - DE Mathias Kiwanuka, Boston College
    5. Titans - OT Eric Winston, Miami
    6. Bears - TE Marcedes Lewis, UCLA
    7. Bucs - OT Jon Scott, Texas
    8. Saints - LB Chad Greenway, Iowa
    9. Cardinals - CB/S Jimmy Williams, Virginia Tech
    10. Raiders - LB AJ Hawk, Ohio St
    11. Lions - DT Rod White, Texas
    12. Bills - OT Marcus McNeill, Auburn
    13. Giants - DE Mario Williams, NC State
    14. Jaguars - RB Reggie Bush, USC
    15. Panthers - DT Jesse Mahelona, Tennesse
    16. Cowboys - OT Andrew Whitworth, LSU
    17. Seahawks - WR Derrick Hagan, Arizona St
    18. Texans - OT Jeremy Trueblood, Boston College
    19. Rams - DE Loren Howard, Northwestern
    20. Broncos - Michael Huff, Texas
    21. Jets - CB Jason Allen, Tennesse
    22. Bengels - C Greg Eslinger, Minnesota
    23. Packers - DT Gabe Watson, Michigan
    24. Chiefs - WR Martin Nance, Miami (OH)
    25. Ravens - G Davin Joseph, Oklahoma
    26. Vikings - TE Tim Day, Oregon
    27. Chargers - Laron Landry, LSU
    28. Patriots - LB Abdul Hodge, Iowa
    29. Colts - DT Orien Harris, Miami
    30. Eagles - WR Todd Watkins, BYU
    31. Steelers - C Mike Degory, Florida
    32. Falcons - G/T Max Jean-Gilles, Georgia
     
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    thats a pretty fair list, nice job F-67 :thumbup

    this is going to be the best season yet for all things football. the College game is gonna rock, Texas should be in the BCS mix, there is a great opener @ Relient Houston vs Oregon and they've done away with the AP poll. the talent is once again deep and the Texans once again have an extra 3rd round pick. here is to keeping our picks and using them ourselves. With the 1st rd pick for the Texans I really, really, really would like Jon Scott (Texas) to fall our way. First pick overall I'm sticking with Matt Leinart (USC) I feel that Miami will be selecting 1st overall via record or trade :)
     
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    I figured that Miami's defense would be good enough for them to finish a little above last.
     
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    your probably right but thats why if they don't have the 1st pick they will try to trade for the 1st pick to address the QB position, therefore either way Leinart should be the 1st pick, but yeah you never know 10 teams passed on Roethlisberger, which is who Matt reminds me of.

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    Very good heads up on the 2006er.

    I'd probably be more inclined though to think the 49ers take the LT from UVa. to protect the new franchise though I wouldn't argue with them taking D'angelo either. If Bush is at 14 I honestly wouldn't mind Houston trading up to get him if the OT pool will be deep enough for us to pick up a stud in the 2nd round.
     
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    Is Mercedes Lewis really that good to be a #6?
     
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    With the cash the 49ers spent on Jonas Jennings, I didn't think that they would shell out a lot of cash on the position two years straight. I personally think that Marcedes is going to be as good as K2 is or Antonio Gates was as a rookie.

    I was also wondering if anyone had any info on Trueblood, I chose him based on nfldraftcountdown.com's rankings. Not to mention he is 6'9" 330lbs.
     
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    as good as K2? He scored ONE TD his sr year of College and 0 his first season in the NFL. He won't score any this year either.
     


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    What I ment was talentwise, if you look at it numbers wise, K2 is as good as Billy Miller.
     
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    lol, I'm not sure if you were insulting K2 or Billy Miller there.
     
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    Would anyone be against us trading UP from 18 to 14 for REGGIE BUSH? :fishing:
     
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    As good as DeAngelo Williams is, he won't go number one. :pigfly:
     
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    That was a hard pick to decide, they are set with a QB and their o-line is decent enough. Their defense will be better than people think, they are set with starting LBs as well as d linemen. Their secondary will be ok if they move Rumph to FS since they got Middlebrook from DEN. They do need a big time WR, but I don't see on it this years draft worthy of being a top 5 pick.
     
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    I would. He is a great College back but I'm not sure he will be a great pro back. I don't think he will go as high as these early projections have him slotted. They list him as 6-0 200 but he is probably smaller than that. I think Dom and Morency will be a solid combo.
     
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    I would be surprised if OLT wasn't our 1st round selection next year.
     
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    After not picking up an OL in the 1st 3 rounds this year it wouldn't shock me at all. I must say if nothing else casserly keeps me confused as to which way he is drafting most years.

    I like dom ......jury still out on mor. I'm just not convinced either is a franchise back. I think Bush will be wonderful as a pro back. There hasn't been someone that comes out like him that presents match up problems with that big play capability and a legitamite ability to line up at WR since faulk.
     
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    Bush is a special player who a coach can utilize best in multiple sets in varying roles, I could see him playing some running back depending on the system but generally a special teams specialist on kick-off & punt return duties. in the end he may also become a teams #2 WR. he is not the type of back I would like to expose to the beating he would endure as an NFL RB :dangit:
     
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    Last I checked our backs are not exactly BIG either. Morency is listed at 212 and Davis at 216.

    Bush is not a player I expect to run the ball 30 plus a game. Though I do expect him to get 25-30 touches a game in a various amount of ways.

    15-20 running, 5-10 receiving, and special teams.
     
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    I just want to put my two cents in on Reggie Bush. Reggie Bush is the same type of back as Clinton Portis. They are small scat backs that are just big enough to handle the pounding of the NFL. They are a danger to go to the house everytime they touch the ball, and the best thing about Reggie is the cat can catch the ball. If anything he will be a special return man in this league.
     

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