Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by Maddict5, Jan 26, 2007.
Top 10 picks make sense for now...Don't see how Dwayne Jarrett could drop that far but man it would be great for VY and the Titans. Also, I'm not sure the Pats will draft a receiver that high. I think they will improve that defense and if Asante Samuel leaves they'll look to bring in some insurance.
Check it out, same player I chose for the Bears in the Member Mock Draft. And to think people were telling me that Miller was the better prospect; I atleast have one person who agrees.
I think he has too many WRs, going #1. I really don't think Anthony Gonzalez is a first round pick.
I also agree I don't see that many WRs going over Jerrett.
i doubt jarrett goes higher than tennessee. more than likely it'll be lower.
If Peterson is there at 8, I really hope they trade down to the teens and get Marshawn Lynch and an extra 3rd.
Miller is better but for what its worth congratulations
pass on Peterson & lose another chunk of the fan base for good
1. Oakland Raiders: *JaMarcus Russell, QB, LSU
2. Detroit Lions: Joe Thomas, OT, Wisconsin
3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: *Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech
4. Cleveland Browns: Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame
5. Arizona Cardinals: *Jamaal Anderson, DE, Arkansas
6. Washington Redskins: *Alan Branch, DT, Michigan
7. Minnesota Vikings: Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson
8. Houston Texans: *Adrian Peterson, RB, Oklahoma
9. Miami Dolphins: *Ted Ginn, Jr., WR, Ohio St.
10. Atlanta Falcons: LaRon Landry, S, LSU
11. San Francisco 49ers: *Reggie Nelson, DB, Florida
12. Buffalo Bills: Leon Hall, CB, Michigan
13. St. Louis Rams: *Charles Johnson, DE, Georgia
14. Carolina Panthers: Levi Brown, OT, Penn St.
15. Pittsburgh Steelers: *Jarvis Moss, DE, Florida
16. Green Bay Packers: *Marshawn Lynch, RB, California
17. Jacksonville Jaguars: *Sidney Rice, WR, South Carolina
18. Cincinnati Bengals: Amobi Okoye, DT, Louisville
19. Tennessee Titans: *Dwayne Jarrett, WR, USC
20. New York Giants: *Lawrence Timmons, LB, Florida St.
21. Denver Broncos: Adam Carriker, DE, Nebraska
22. Dallas Cowboys: *Robert Meachem, WR, Tennessee
23. Kansas City Chiefs: Tony Ugoh, OT, Arkansas
24. New England Patriots (from Seattle): *Darrelle Revis, CB, Pittsburgh
25. New York Jets: Dwayne Bowe, WR, LSU
26. Philadelphia Eagles: Aaron Ross, CB, Texas
27. New Orleans Saints: Daymeion Hughes, CB, California
28. New England Patriots: *Anthony Gonzalez, WR, Ohio St.
29. Baltimore Ravens: Anthony Spencer, DE, Purdue
30. San Diego Chargers: Patrick Willis, LB, Mississippi
31. Chicago Bears: *Greg Olsen, TE, Miami (Fla)
32. Indianapolis Colts: Tank Tyler, DT, NC St.
in bold players on the rise
Italic players on the slide
I don't know what some of you see in Lynch that makes him more appealing than AP.
I like Lynch and think that we should pick him if Peterson is gone, but if Peterson is there, you have to pick him.
Admittedly I have not seen enough Lynch to think he warrants a pick at #8. But I do want the A-Train.
What makes you like the Lynch?
I dont see Blalock in this mock going in the first round, Who thinks we should take him if hes there for our 2nd round pick? or La
He is the prototypical size for a running back, runs with power but has enough speed to break long runs and has great hands out of the back field, but can also catch the ball down field.
He also does not have as much wear as Peterson which I think is important for a position that has such a short shelf life.
There were a couple of selections that suprised me in this mock draft. Dwayne Jarret going so low and Robert Meachem and Anthony Gonzales going in the first round? And how about Anthoney Spenser at #29? I think the most shocking thing to me was Aaron Ross being the first Texas DB taken, and not Micheal Griffen, plus Ross going before Hughes.
But oh well, this is what this guy gets payed to do and he knows a heck of a lot more than we do.
and the chargers picking up willis????why they already have such a strong core of lbs why not get a number one receiver or db or something?????? come on now......
I think he will be just as good of an NFL running back plus he would be cheaper, and we get the extra pick. Its not like we couldnt use all of the picks we can get our hands on.
In a better draft class with a different vibe coming from the fanbase I'd agree with you. Today though I take the running back at 8.
i think it's more that people fear injury concerns with peterson.
he has poszlusney going in the 3rd round. if he's available then, would you take him? could he bulk up and play SLB? he looks pretty maxed out at 237, so i dont know, but he'd be a steal as a 3rd rounder.
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