Draft Daddy's 1st round mock...

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  1. Dunta_23

    Dunta_23 All Pro

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    01. Houston Texans - RB Reggie Bush, Southern Cal

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    02. N.O. Saints - QB Matt Leinart, Southern Cal

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    03. Tennessee Titans - OT D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Virginia

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    04. N.Y. Jets - QB Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt

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    05. G.B. Packers - DT Haloti Ngata, Oregon

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    06. Oakland Raiders - LB A.J. Hawk, Ohio State

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    07. S.F. 49ers - DE Mario Williams, NC State

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    08. Buffalo Bills - OT Winston Justice, Southern Cal

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    09. Detroit Lions - DE Tamba Hali, Penn State

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    10. Arizona Cardinals - QB Vince Young, Texas

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    11. St. Louis Rams - DB Michael Huff, Texas

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    12. Cleveland Browns - DT Gabe Watson, Michigan

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    13. Baltimore Ravens - RB DeAngelo Williams, Memphis

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    14. Philadelphia Eagles - LB Chad Greenway, Iowa

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    15. Atlanta Falcons - DE Mathias Kiwanuka, Boston College

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    16. Miami Dolphins - DB Jimmy Williams ~ Virginia Tech

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    17. Minnesota Vikings - RB Lendale White, Southern Cal

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    18. Dallas Cowboys - OT Marcus McNeil, Auburn

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    19. S.D. Chargers - OT Eric Winston, Miami

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    20. K.C. Chiefs - DE Manny Lawson, NC State

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    21. New England - CB Tye Hill, Clemson

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    22. Denver Broncos (via WAS) - WR Santonio Holmes, Ohio State

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    23. Tampa Bay Bucs - OG Max Jean-Gilles, Georgia

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    24. Cincinnati Bengals - DT Rod Wright, Texas

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    25. NY Giants - LB Bobby Carpenter, Ohio State

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    26. Chicago Bears - TE Marcedes Lewis, UCLA

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    27. Carolina Panthers - TE Vernon Davis, Maryland

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    28. Jacksonville Jaguars - TE Leonard Pope, Georgia

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    29. Denver Broncos - OT Jon Scott, Texas

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    30. Indianapolis Colts - RB Laurence Maroney, Minnesota

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    31. Seattle Seahawks - WR Chad Jackson, Florida

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    32. Pittsburgh Steelers - Nick Mangold, Ohio State

    A LOT different than most mock's Ive seen...
     
  2. chuckm

    chuckm Hall of Fame

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    let the screaming begin ....
     
  3. travfrancis

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    haha, wtf?

    btw, denny green would cream his pants if VY fell to him, woooow.
     
  4. Texas_Thrill

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    VY won't make it past Oakland.
     
  5. BeReal

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    I agree VY won't fall that far, but I can see him falling out of the top 4 very easily.

    As for the rest, seems logical.
     
  6. txlonghorn14

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    this must be some kind of sick joke. :challenge
     
  7. F-minus67

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    While I think that Mangold is good, I don't think that he is a 1st rounder. But I thought that about Chris Spencer last year.
     
  8. Big B Texan Fan

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    Last years mocks had Rogers going to SF for the longest time. Yet in the last week heading into the draft it changed to Smith and rogers fell all the way to the GB Pack.
    Draft Daddy is a free site and has been way off the past few years.
    They basically take all the info from the other pay sites as well as mix in their opinion.
    Mocks in the past had Harrington ahead of Carr and Leaf ahead of Manning and Rivers ahead of Manning (Eli).
    It's too early to tell if a projected top 3 guy will fall to #10.
     


  9. Texans_Chick

    Texans_Chick Utopian Dreamer

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    It is funny.

    I think a lot of the draft position stuff has nothing to do with the players involved and everything to do with players already drafted.

    Is Leinart as well regarded if Carson Palmer didn't do so well quickly in his career? I am not sure that they are equivalent players, but in the shorthand of the draft, they are.

    Mike Vick was the first pick in the draft a few years ago. Because of their relative gifts, some people compare Vick to VY, though Young is a much better QB prospect, and has better throwing and running stats than Vick's college stats. Does Young get more love if Vick had an up year this year?

    Does Bush get put as #1 on most draft boards if the Texans top dogs hadn't already repeatedly expressed their confidence in Carr? (while notably not saying much at all about DD).

    I like Cutler more than many, but I am guessing from a hype perspective that if Jets take QB at 4, and Vince is on the board and they don't take him, all might not be fun in Jets land. The booing heard at the NYC draft deal would make the McNabb over Ricky sound like nothing.

    This mock seems almost an attempt to predict an Aaron Rodgers. Even if you don't accept that VY will be a good player in the league, you have to imagine that there is some club out there that would want VY for the upside + the publicity and hype and would reach up and get him. I can't see him going by Oakland for that reason.
     
  10. chuckm

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    anyone know the deal with this (comments section)?

    http://www.draftace.com/profiles/2006/vince_young.htm



    Strengths: Great size. Strong arm. Good team leader on the field. Well above average runner for a quarterback.

    Weaknesses: Could improve accuracy. Not fundamentally sound. Throwing technique is awkward. Motion is similar to Bernie Kosar's. Makes plays look easy in college, but has a long way to go to be able to handle an NFL offense against NFL defenses.

    Comments: Really should have stayed for another year in college. Whoever drafts him must have another guy ready to start because Young has a lot to improve before he's ready to step onto an NFL field. He will have to dedicate himself to learning the position of quarterback, right now he is nothing more than a gifted athlete with the potential to become a star quarterback. Some character concerns may linger from his troubled past when he was involved in a gang.
     
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    Wow, five OT taken in the first round. Is that some kind of record?
     
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