NFL DC mockdraft 3/17/08

Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by J-Russ, Mar 17, 2008.

  1. J-Russ

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    Why then pray telll...did they just sign Brown ? If Seatlle offers up thier pick to move up for Stewart, Smith will pull the trigger if the Cb/OLT is not there. Just brace yourelf there.
     
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    Would love for that to happen, but Seattle just signed Julius Jones & TJ Duckett, so i'm thinking RB is not much of a need for them, atleast for this year.

    Although, if Seattle is still looking to draft one of the elites RB in this draft, then I would glady trade down with Seattle and pick up an extra 3rd/4th pick. I would then take Ray Rice/Kevin Smith with that extra pick, and take Kenny Phillips/CB(Mike Jenkins, Aqlib Tilib, etc.) with the 1st.
     
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    I would be beside myself and really nervous if after Denver: Ryan Clady LT, Chris Williams LT, Rashard Mendenhall, and Branden Albert OL were all still on the board with only 5 teams selecting in front of us. Then I'd be devastated as Clady...gone, Williams...gone, Mendenhall...gone. LOL

    My favorite thing to do in this situation would be to either select Albert at #18 or find a suitable trade down partner. I think we'd find much better value at virtually all the positions we really want if we trade down and get an extra pick while we're at it.
     
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    As much as I like Stewart (injury is a ? for me)if Mike Jenkens is there it would be hard to pass him. Wished I knew if Stewart would be ready by game one or two. Brown is great but with no idea of how he or Green will perform, Stewart would be a selection for me also.
     
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    Based on the "4-6 months" statements that are thrown around, in the worst case senario it would be the end of September start of October time frame for full go. He would be able to attend TC, learn the play book, do most (all?) of the weight training stuff. As long as he learned the play book, it probably wouldn't take a RB very long to come up to speed. That position is probably the easiest for a rookie to just walk on the field and succeed at. By late October early November he could be taking most of the reps if they wanted/needed him to.
     
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    I don't see us taking a RB in round one as fun as it might be. J-Stew maybe the second best back in the draft, but I don't see us taking him.

    I did hear Clady in a radio interview. He has all the signs of a 5 or less on the Wunderlich test. I thought O-linemen were supposed to be the smart ones.

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