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  1. Houston_Fan4life

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    Detroit trades their 1st and 2nd round picks and next years first to Houston for 1st overall and Houston's 4th rounder.

    Minnesota trades thier 1st and 2nd round picks and next years first to Cleveland for 5th overall.

    1. Detroit(Houston) (1-15) - Matt Leinart QB USC
    2. New York Jets (2-14) - Reggie Bush* RB USC
    3. San Francisco (3-13) - DeAngelo Williams RB Memphis
    4. Green Bay (3-13) - Mario Williams* DE N.C. State
    5. Minnesota(Cleveland) (4-12) - A.J. Hawk OLB Ohio State
    6. Houston(Detroit) (4-12) - Vince Young* QB Texas
    7. Tennessee (4-12) - Joe Thomas* OT Wisconson
    8. New Orleans (4-12) - Jimmy Williams CB Virginia Tech
    9. Arizona (5-11) - D'Brickashaw Ferguson OT Virginia
    10. Miami (6-10) - Haloti Ngata* NT Oregon
    11. St. Louis (6-10) - Ko Simpson* S South Carolina
    12. Buffalo (6-10) - Rodrique Wright DT Texas
    13. Oakland (6-10) - DeMeco Ryans OLB Alabama
    14. Baltimore (7-9) - Mathias Kiwanuka DE Boston College
    15. Philadelphia (7-9) - Jon Scott OT Texas
    16. Cleveland(Minnesota) (8- - Daryn Colledge OT Boisie State
    17. Kansas City (8- - Martin Nance WR Miami(Oh)
    18. Denver (from Wash) (8- - Darnell Bing* S USC
    19. Dallas (9-7) - Ahmad Brooks* ILB Virginia
    20. Tampa Bay (10-6) - Eric Winston OT Miami(Fla)
    21. Atlanta (10-6) - Laurence Maroney* RB Minnesota
    22. New England (10-6) - Michael Huff S/CB Texas
    23. Chicago (11-5) - Marcedes Lewis TE UCLA
    24. Pittsburgh (11-5) - LenDale White* RB USC
    25. San Diego (11-5) - LaRon Landry S LSU
    26. Jacksonville (12-4) - Tye Hill CB Clemson
    27. New York Giants (12-4) - Chad Greenway OLB Iowa
    28. Seattle (13-3) - Santonio Holmes* WR Ohio State
    29. Cincinnati (13-3) - Tamba Hali DE Penn State
    30. Denver (13-3) - Greg Eslinger C Minnesota
    31. Carolina (13-3) - Vernon Davis* TE Maryland
    32. Indianapolis (16-0) - Ernie Sims* OLB Florida State

    33. Houston - Winston Justice OT USC
    34. New York Jets - Jesse Mahelona DT Tennessee
    35. San Fransisco - Claude Wroten DT/DE LSU
    36. Green Bay - Max Jean - Gilles OG Georgia
    37. Cleveland - Bobby Carpenter OLB Ohio State
    38. Houston(Detroit) - Andrew Whitworth OT LSU
    39. Tennessee - Darryl Tapp DE Virginia Tech
    40. New Orleans - D'Qwell Jackson MLB Maryland
    41. Arizona - Jay Cutler QB Vanderbelt
    42. Miami - Manny Lawson OLB N.C. State
    43. St. Louis - Will Blackmon CB Boston College
    44. Buffalo - Derek Hagan WR Arizona State
    45. Oakland - Greg Blue S Georgia
    46. Baltimore - Marcus McNeil OT Auburn
    47. Philedelphia - Thomas Howard OLB UNLV
    48. Cleveland(Minnesota) - Orein Harris DT Miami(Fla)
    49. Kansas City - Omar Jacobs QB Bowling Green
    50. Washington - Elvis Dumervil DE Louisville
    51. Dallas - Bruce Gradkowski QB Toledo
    52. Tampa Bay - Alan Zemaitis CB Penn State
    53. Atlanta - Ray Edwards DE Purdue
    54. New England - Michael Bush RB Lousville
    55. Chicago - Abdul Hodge MLB Iowa
    56. Pittsburgh - Mike DeGory C Florida
    57. San Diego - Jeremy Trueblood OT Boston College
    58. Jacksonville - Leonard Pope TE Georgia
    59. New York Giants - Jason Allen CB Tennessee
    60. Seatle - Eric Henderson DE Georgia Tech
    61. Cincinnati - Gabe Watson DT Michigan
    62. Denver - Demetrius Williams WR Oregon
    63. Carolina - AJ Nicholson OLB Florida State
    64. Indianapolis - Kelly Jennings CB Miami(Fla)

    65. Houston - Dominique Byrd TE USC
    66. New York Jets - Will Derting OLB Washington State
    67. San Fransisco - Brenard Pollard S Purdue
    68. Green Bay - Justin London MLB UCLA
    69. Cleveland - Steve Fifita NT Utah
    70. Detroit - Ryan O'Callaghan OT California
    71. Buffalo(Tennessee) - Terna Nande OLB Miami(Oh)
    72. Houston(New Orleans) - Daniel Bullocks S Nebraska
    73. Arizona - Jonathan Lewis DT Virginia Tech
    74. Miami - Darrell Hackney QB UAB
    75. St. Louis - Spencer Havner OLB UCLA
    76. Buffalo - Darrell Hunter CB Miami(Oh)
    77. Oakland - Kamerion Wimbley DE Florida State
    78. New England(Baltimore) - Maurice Stovall WR Notre Dame
    79. Philadelphia - Dontrell Moore RB New Mexico
    80. Minnesota - Mark Setterstrom OG Minnesota
    81. Kansas City - DeMario Minter CB Georgia
    82. Washington - Hank Baskett WR New Mexico
    83. Dallas - Nate Salley S Ohio State
    84. Tampa Bay - Nick Mangold C Ohio State
    85. Atlanta - Cedric Griffin CB Texas
    86. New England - Freddie Roach ILB Alabama
    87. Chicago - Brad Smith WR Missouri
    88. Pittsburgh - Todd Watkins WR BYU
    89. San Diego - Jason Avant WR Michigan
    90. Jacksonville - Taitusi Lutui OG USC
    91. New York Giants - LeKevin Smith DT Nebraska
    92. Seatle - Pierre Woods OLB Michigan
    93. Cincinnati - Jeff King TE Virginia Tech
    94. Denver - Babtunde Oshinowo DT Stanford
    95. Carolina - Matt Lentz OG Michigan
    96. Indianapolis - Gerald Riggs Jr. RB Tennessee

    97. Houston - Larry Dibbles DT Texas
    98. New York Jets - Drew Olsen QB UCLA
    99. San Fransisco - Travis Leffew OT Louisville
    100. Green Bay - Leon Washington RB Florida State
    101. Cleveland - Anwar Phillips CB Penn State
    102. New England(Detroit) - Jovan Nanton OLB Miami(Fla)
    103. Tennessee - Greg Threat S Miami(Fla)
    104. New Orleans - Pat Watkins S Florida State
    105. Arizona - Donnie McCleskey S California
    106. Miami - Adam Stenavich OT Michigan
    107. St. Louis - Joe Klopfenstein TE Colorado
    108. Buffalo - David Thomas TE Texas
    109. Oakland - Dusty Dvoracek DT Oklahoma
    110. Baltimore - Will Alen OG Texas
    111. Philedelphia - Victor Adeyanju DE Indiana
    112. Minnesota - Jahri Evans OG Bloomsburg
    113. Kansas City - Jahmile Addae S West Virigina
    114. Denver(Washington) - Devan Long DE Oregon
    115. Philadelphia(Dallas) - Mike Hass WR Oregon State
    116. Tampa Bay - Garrett Mills TE Tulsa
    117. Atlanta - Roman Harper S Alabama
    118. New England - Cletis Gordon CB Jackson State
    119. Chicago - Chijioke Onyenegecha CB Oklahoma
    120. Pittsburgh - Brandon Guillory DE/OLB UL-Monroe
    121. San Diego - Tim McGarigle ILB Northwestern
    122. Jacksonville - Jerome Harrison RB Washington State
    123. New York Giants - Jabari Levey OT South Carolina
    124. Seatle - Tim Day TE Oregon
    125. Cincinnati - Eric Bassey CB Oklahoma
    126. Denver - Nick Reid ILB Kansas
    127. Carolina - Joseph Addai RB LSU
    128. Philadelphia(Indianapolis) - Aaron Harris MLB Texas

    Cleveland Browns Draft:

    1.(Minnesota) Daryn Colledge OT Boisie State
    2. Bobby Carpenter OLB Ohio State
    2.(Minnesota) Orein Harris DE Miami(Fla)
    3. Steve Fifita NT Utah
    4. Anwar Phillips CB Penn State
    5. Manase Hopoi DE Washington
    5. Steve Weatherford P/KO Illinois
    6. Montavious Stanley NT Louisville
    7. DeDe Dorsey RB/DB Lindenwood

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    Posted: Fri Dec 02, 2005 2:57 pm Post subject: Re: Caddy's 4 round mock 12/2

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    CadillacPimpin24 wrote:

    15. Philadelphia (7-9) - Jon Scott OT Texas
    47. Philedelphia - Thomas Howard OLB UNLV
    79. Philadelphia - Dontrell Moore RB New Mexico
    111. Philedelphia - Victor Adeyanju DE Indiana
    115. Philadelphia(Dallas) - Mike Hass WR Oregon State
    128. Philadelphia(Indianapolis) - Aaron Harris MLB Texas
     
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  2. Peldon

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    I thought we traded our 4th rounder to Detroit. We don't have two 4th round picks do we?
     
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    We aren't picking Vince Young.
     
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    Amen, NO VINCE YOUNG. I doubt he comes out and if he does we will not pick him, period. The rest of this mock draft is not very good either.
     
  5. MorKnolle

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    Just keeping it in the first round, I don't see these teams making these picks at all. We will not draft Vince Young, Baltimore needs to help its offense, not draft another DE, Philadelphia will likely pick the best available WR since they are losing Owens, Atlanta and Pittsburgh are probably the last two teams in the NFL that would need to draft a RB, along with Denver.
     
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    great effort, unfortunatly the entire mock is not very good at all. it seems as if little homework was done into team needs, especially our own. :brickwall
     
  7. El Tejano

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    I don't know. I had this crazy feeling when I saw Young holding up that Big 12 Championship trophy in our stadium.

    Mcnair is going to have to give the fans a reason to come back next year. Although I am sure they don't want QB contreversies and the city of Houston is notorious for that. Let Carr screw up once and everyone will be screaming for Young. Heck, everyone wants to see Banks in now. But I think it would only do two things: 1) Bring out the best in Carr or 2) Allow the franchise to finally come to terms that Carr is not the answer to our problems.
     
  8. tulexan

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    I've got an answer to that...Two words. Reggie Bush.
     


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    I know but if that scenario played out and Young was still available we gotta go with Young.
     
  10. tulexan

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    No then we would go with D'Brickinshaw Ferguson and shore up our OL.
     
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    I'm not a "VY hater" but the last thing I want McNair doing is telling the GM (whoever it may be) who they need to draft to make some local fans happy for more $$$. Want to see a franchise crash and burn? Before long we'd be known as the Hindenberg Texans - How would you like to see this on the side of the helmets?

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    The Texans own the Saints 3rd round selection in the '06 draft.
     
  13. MorKnolle

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    I don't think we need to draft a certain player in order to appease the fans and keep them coming to games. All we need to do is exhibit some sort of competence in personnel decisions and show that the team is heading in the right direction. In my mind drafting Vince Young shows that we are continuing down the regression path.
     
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    I totally agree with you but there is NO WAY IN HELL that you could pass on Young if he was still there at that position....but I think he will stick to his word and promise to stay and finish school so I seriously doubt he comes out...or atleast I hope he doesnt come out...it seems like the Longhorns are the only football we can hang some serious hopes on at the moment.
     
  15. MorKnolle

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    I could easily pass on Vince Young because we don't need another QB and we definitely don't need one that is going to probably take two years to get accustomed to the NFL and become a decent NFL QB. I would have a much harder time passing on Reggie Bush, although at the moment I don't think he would be the best pick for us either.
     
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    I could pass on him. D'Brickinshaw Ferguson is still on the board.
     
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    Nice job stealing a mock from someone on the NFLDraftCountdown forum and passing it off as your own since you changed the Texans picks...Looks like it's time to head back to the drawing board there, slugger...
     
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    What's even worse is I liked the other persons mock better.
     
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