Beerlover Final Mock

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  1. beerlover

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    Round One
    1. Jets (via Houston #4th overall pick & 29th plus next years #1) - RB Reggie Bush, USC
    2. New Orleans - DE Mario Williams, NC State
    3. Tennessee - QB Matt Leinart, USC
    4. Houston - QB Vince Young, Texas
    5. Green Bay - OLB AJ Hawk, Ohio State
    6. San Francisco - TE Vernon Davis, Maryland
    7. Oakland - QB Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt
    8. Buffalo - DT Borderick Bunkley, FSU
    9. Detroit - DB Michael Huff, Texas
    10. Arizona - D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Virginia
    11. St. Louis - DT Haloti Ngata, Oregon
    12. Cleveland - OLB Ernie Simms, FSU
    13. Baltimore - DB Jimmy Williams, Virginia Tech
    14. Philadelphia - OLB Chad Greenway, Iowa
    15. Denver (from Atlanta) - WR Chad Jackson, Florida
    16. Miami - CB Tye Hill, Clemson
    17. Minnesota - RB DeAngleo Williams, Memphis
    18. Dallas - OT Winston Justice, USC
    19. San Diego - CB Jonathan Joseph, South Carolina
    20. Kansas City - S Donte Whitner, Ohio State
    21. New England - OLB Kamerion Wimbley, FSU
    22. San Francisco (Washington through Denver) - CB Antonio Cromartie, FSU
    23. Tampa Bay - OT Marcus McNeill, Auburn
    24. Cincinnati - DT Gabe Watson, Michigan
    25. N.Y. Giants - WR Santonio Holmes, Ohio State
    26. Chicago (Kenn) - CB Ashton Youboty, Ohio State
    27. Carolina - RB Laurence Maroney, Minnesota
    28. Jacksonville - OLB Bobby Carpenter, Ohio State
    29. Houston (via Jets (from Denver through Atlanta) - OT Eric Winston, Miami
    30. Indianapolis - C Nick Mangold, Ohio State
    31. Seattle - CB Kelly Jennings, Miami (Fl.)
    32. Pittsburgh - RB LenDale White, USC


    Round Two
    33. Houston - DE Manny Lawson, NC State
    34. New Orleans - MLB D'Qwell Jackson, Maryland
    35. New York Jets - OG Davin Joseph, Oklahoma
    36. Green Bay - TE Leonard Pope, Georgia
    37. Denver (from San Francisco) - DE Tamba Hali, Penn State
    38. Oakland - DT Gabe Watson, Michigan
    39. Tennessee - OLB DeMeco Ryans, Alabama
    40. Detroit - OT Daryn Colledge, Boise State
    41. Arizona - DB Jason Allen, Tennessee
    42. Buffalo - SS Darnell Bing, USC
    43. Cleveland - CB Richard Marshall, Fresno State
    44. Baltimore - FS Daniel Bullocks, Nebraska
    45. Philadelphia - WR Sinorice Moss, Miami (Fl.)
    46. St. Louis - OLB Thomas Howard, UTEP
    47. Atlanta - S Ko Simpson, South Carolina
    48. Minnesota - OG Max Jean-Gilles, Georgia
    49. Dallas - DE Mattias Kiwanuka, Boston College
    50. San Diego - ILB Abdul Hodge, Iowa
    51. Minnesota (from Miami) - CB Cedric Griffin, Texas
    52. New England - OG Charles Spencer, Pittsburgh
    53. Washington - OLB Roger McIntosh, Miami (Fl.)
    54. Kansas City - DT John McCargo, NC State
    55. Cincinnati - TE Marcedes Lewis, UCLA
    56. New York - WR Maurice Stovall, Notre Dame
    57. Chicago - TE Joe Klopfenstein, Colorado
    58. Carolina - OG Taitusi "Deuce" Lutui, USC
    59. Tampa Bay - DB Danieal Manning, Abilene-Christian
    60. Jacksonville - CB/FS Alan Zemaitis, Penn State
    61. Denver - S Anthony Smith, Syracuse
    62. Indianapolis - RB Joseph Addai, LSU
    63. Seattle - DE Mark Anderson, Alabama
    64. Pittsburgh - DE Julian Jenkins, Stanford

    Round Three
    65. Houston - TE Anthony Fasano, Notre Dame
    66. Houston (from New Orleans) - MLB Gerris Wilkinson, Virginia Tech

    67. Green Bay - C Chris Chester, Oklahoma
    68. Denver (from San Francisco) - OLB Jon Alston, Stanford
    69. Oakland - OLB Spencer Havner, UCLA
    70. Buffalo from Tennessee - OT Ryan O'Callaghan, California
    71. New York Jets - OG Jason Spitz, Louisville
    72. Arizona - DT Claude Wroten, LSU
    73. Buffalo - WR Derek Hagan, Arizona State
    74. Detroit - RB Brian Calhoun, Wisconsin
    75. New England (from Baltimore) - WR Travis Wilson, Oklahoma
    76. Philadelphia - DT Babatunde Oshinowo, Stanford
    77. St. Louis - TE Dominique Byrd, USC
    78. Cleveland - OLB Stanley McClover, Auburn
    79. Atlanta - DE Ray Edwards, Purdue
    80. Dallas - S Pat Watkins, FSU
    81. San Diego - OT Jon Scott, Texas
    82. Miami - QB Brodie Croyle, Alabama
    83. Minnesota - DE Parys Haralson, Tennessee
    84. San Francisco (from Washington) - WR Brandon Marshall, Central Florida
    85. Kansas City - QB Charlie Whitehurst, Clemson
    86. New England - CB Dee Webb, Florida
    87. New York Giants - DT Rodrique Wright, Texas
    88. Chicago - OG Fred Matua, USC
    89. Carolina - S Bernard Pollard, Purdue
    90. Tampa Bay - DE Darryl Tapp, Virginia Tech
    91. Cincinnati - DE Victor Adeyanju, Indiana
    92. Jacksonville - TE Tony Scheffler, Western Michigan
    93. Atlanta (from Denver) - CB DeMario Minter, Georgia
    94. Indianapolis - OG Rob Sims, Ohio State
    95. Minnesota (from Seattle) - RB Maurice Drew, UCLA
    96. Pittsburgh - WR Demetrius Williams. Oregon
    97. New York Jets (Compensatory) - ILB Kai Parham, Virginia


    would have liked to secure a CB in there but one must fall to justify value with the players available on the board when the Texans pick. right now I don't see any better prospects than Manny Lawson falling to the Texans out of the 1st rd. in the 3rd rd. if Danieal Manning is there I would take him over Gerris Wilkinson.

    now to address the big trade that will likely never happen, this is a perfect scenero for the Texans. #1 the Jets must really be in love with Bush, which I think they are its just a question how much? #2 the Titans must take Leinart over Young, also Matt is a better fit for Chow's offense & ready to lead the Titans sooner than latter. #3 Kubiac must have VY rated higher than David Carr so that when VY is ready in a couple years he would assume the leadership role (w/Kubiacs mentoring) and the Texans could trade Carr for a 1st or 2nd rd. pick depending on his performance/other teams offers. is it possible the Texans could have three #1 picks next year? I like to think forward and begin thinking about the draft next year :spy:

    well thats it. I would like to also give credit to Danish Texan who's Mock I liked so much I used it as my base and of course MorKnolle (well I did not take Mario but did take another NC ST. DE in Manny Lawson) :)
     
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    Nice Mock beerlover.
     
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    I read Vince Young, then hated it.
     
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    We can tell you love VY :p
     
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    miami won't take tye hill. why? because nick saban has a few brain cells to rub together.
     
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    What round do you think Rodrique Wright will go in ???

    And if we had 29 and 33 I would like to see us try to move up even more to try and get vernon davis or A.j Hawk, or atleast one of the big four running backs
     
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    understand :rolleyes: its a big picture scenero. there are two schools: one- is build around what the Texans have now to become a winner as soon as possible or two- is build the foundation for a championship team well into the future. I'm not suggesting taking Vince Young with the 1st pick, I'm suggesting if the opportunity presents itself stockpile picks for the future as well improve the current talent of the team with the possiblity of a mega-star falling into our laps that can lead his hometown team to Super Bowl's. its down the road with possibly two addtional 1st rd picks for the Texans on top of their own 1st rd. picks to build a true championship team as Kubiac best sees fit :homer:
     
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    Rodrique Wright is a very impressive young man & will represent whoever drafts him well. He would fit into a 4-3 as a one gap DT. I have him going to the Giants in the 3rd rd. (87. New York Giants - DT Rodrique Wright, Texas)

    one of my beliefs is that the Texans still need to address mutliple needs, therefore multiple picks is a theme. OT Eric Winston & Manny Lawson is > than A.J. Hawk or Vernon Davis :)
     
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    love only the Texans and doing whats best for the future which in my opinion means trading down, but no lower than the 4th pick, and if Vince Young is taken by the Titans and Matt Leinart is still there I would select him instead, now I doubt that means I'm in love with VY its more like I'm not in love with David Carr :cool:
     
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    I know your a knowledgable Dolphin fan and I respect your opinion, Miami is not a team that I've spent alot of time trying to understand what they will do. But they do need secondary help and Tye Hill is the fastest shutdown corner in the draft and the highest rated at this point, he would look lightening quick in those aqua-marine colors and he would be able to start as a rookie and contribute, a very solid pick.....IMO

    p.s. alternate picks, Santonio Holmes, Jonathan Joseph or Antonio Cromartie :)
     
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    You probably are right, but I just think it would be awesome to have such a strong defensive presence as Hawk on the field... That guy is a playmaker, and it is tru enough that our offense needs a guy like that, but our defense really doesn't have any game busters
     
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    New York would be smoking a lot of tree to trade 3 first round picks. Two of which will probably be in the top 5. Especially when they put some decent sized money down on Blaylock. Blaylock is no Bush, but that team is BAD all around.
     
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    never happen
     
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    now to address the big trade that will likely never happen, this is a perfect scenero for the Texans.
     
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    I agree #1 the Jets must really be in love with Bush, which I think they are its just a question how much? so my hope is that they are in the camp that they need to win now and improve immediatly and Bush is an impact player that would be able to handle NY.
     
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    Texans 2006 draft -

    4. QB Vince Young, Texas

    29. OT Eric Winston, Miami

    33. DE Manny Lawson, NC State

    65. TE Anthony Fasano, Notre Dame

    66. MLB Gerris Wilkinson, Virginia Tech

    added:

    98. WR - Mike Hass

    170. LB - Nick Reid

    251. DB/FS - Steve Paris
     
  17. MorKnolle

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    Not to nitpick, but is this what you honestly think will happen or just throwing out another VY shoutout?
     
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    as stated (BCS) best case scenero for the Texans IMO....

    but I must congratulate you for forecasting the Texans going Mario Williams :) I owe you a beer great draft picking all the way :cool:
     
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    Reports are surfacing about the Texans looking to trade back up for a RB, I could be right on with the Maroney prediction too.
     
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    oh, would you just stop it now :) I'll have to anoint you the big Hula-Bula or something :ok:
     

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