Steel B's 2nd Mock

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  1. steelbtexan

    steelbtexan Hall of Fame

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    I would try to trade J. Jones & a 5th for M. Bush.

    If I couldn't do that I would try to trade J.Jones for a 5th. I'm basing my mock on getting a 5th for J.Jones

    I let D.Anderson go to Denver for a 7th rd. pick

    RD1 Barwin DE-LB Cinn 4.56 speed alows him to be an edge rusher or cover a TE. ALT. Pick Clay Matthews LB USC
    RD2 Sidbury DE Richmond Ran a 4.64 6'3 265lbs Speed rusher, long arms, may be able to play SAM. ALT Pick D. Butler CB Conn.
    RD3Allen DB GA. Young fast CB, Would have been a 1st rd. pick had he stayed in school. ALT Pick Eric Wood C Louisville
    RD4 Bruton S Notre Dame Fast hard hitting S, Bad hands, ALT Pick Cook S S.Carolina
    RD4 Brown RB NC STATE Big RB ran 4.49 Great compliment to Slaton, ALT Pick S.L. Hill DT Stillman
    RD5 Shipley C Penn St. Strong ultra competetive C, Great fit for ZBS. ALT. Pick McGhee QB TX.A&M
    RD5 Cosby WR Texas Replaces JJ as punt returner, runs great routes- hands. Great ST cover guy. ALT. Pick G.Johnson RB Colo. St.
    RD6 Boone OT-G Ohio St. A steal this late, Alchy issues. Have him join AA. ALT Pick Toal LB BC
    RD7 D. Colquitt P Tenn From a family of great punters, Alchy issues, gives Boone somebody to drink with or go to AA meetings ALT Pick Huber P Cinn.
    RD7Knighton DT Temple Run stuffing DT, if the light goes on he will be a steal. ALT Pick Palmer LB Miss.

    Let the critics begin Feedback Please
     
  2. mussop

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    I like youre alternate picks better except for the first 5th round choice. I like Shipley. Now this would be a good draft.

    RD1 Pick Clay Matthews LB USC
    RD2 D. Butler CB Conn.
    RD3 Pick Eric Wood C Louisville
    RD4 Cook S S.Carolina
    RD4 S.L. Hill DT Stillman
    RD5 Shipley C Penn St.
    RD5 G.Johnson RB Colo. St.
    RD6 Toal LB BC
     
  3. rarazz00

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    lets see...give up JJ and a 5th for Bush...NO way..we're looking for a RB to back up Slaton not split carries w/ him...I like Bush..but he will only get 8 to 12 carries/and or passes a game. JJ...I would rather someone pick him up and we get our compensitory pick for him...Anderson to Denver ..I don't like personally, but the buisness end of it makes good sense...

    1)Mathews I like/Barwin yes
    2)Spiderman I like/D Butler I like
    3)Don't know about the DB to give an opinion/Wood I like
    4)Brown will be long gone/don't know about Hill
    4)Burton/Cook...not bad
    5)Cosby..it may be too early(round)for Cosby..though I like him alot
    6)I like Boone, though He may be gone(gotta check out his knees real good though)
    7)your punter and OT can drink toghether...nice...lol...well you asked, so there it is:brando:
     
  4. kiwitexansfan

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    Clarification question: Was this done before the Smith signing?

    We sign a FA DE then draft one in each of the first two rounds?

    Seems a bit too positionally focused for a team with quite a few needs.
     
  5. steelbtexan

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    Yes

    Both of these guys have the ability to play LB in addition to DE.

    Smith is going to be a 2 down DE & slide inside to DT on 3rd & long passing situations. Therefore we need to draft a pass rushing DE (Sidbury).

    Barwin I view as more of a SAM LB. Scouts are looking @ him that way after the way he performed the drills @ the combine.

    Barwin has alot of room for improvement. Last year was his first year on the defensive side of the ball.

    Both of these guys fit the pressure defense style F. Bush says he wants to play.

    Barwin (4.56) & Sidbury (4.64) both had better 40 times than Matthews (4.66) They also are bigger weight wise than Mattews.

    I would not be disappointed if we took Matthews. We probably could trade down to the 20-25 spot & get either Barwin or Matthews & get even more picks. We are in a great spot IMO.
     
  6. PapaL

    PapaL Loose Screw

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    You can never have enough good backs. If we can pick up a guy to split carries w/Speed thats even better then a guy to backup.

    RBs who take tons of hits don't last long.
     
  7. rarazz00

    rarazz00 VOLUME 10

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    True that PapaL, though as of now Slaton is our guy..I'm all about getting more backs, but the way that McClain and I believe I heard Kubiak in an enterview say, Steve is our guy(though Kubiak never said a splitting carry scenario), I just don't see giving up JJ and a 5th for Bush..to back up Steve. I like Bush, though too much of an asking in that scenario. We'll be getting one maybe two backs in the draft..
     
  8. rmartin65

    rmartin65 I'm Score

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    I like Bush, but I just think that drafting a back (The FB from LSU is my current target), and picking up a veteran in FA would be good. Maybe grabbing an UDFA if there is one left.
     


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