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  1. Houston_Fan4life

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    THREE ROUND MOCK W/ TRADES

    Houston trades #1 overall pick to Tennessee for their 2006 1st and 2nd round picks, and their 2007 2nd and 3rd round picks

    Houston trades David Carr to Dallas for Dat Nguyen and 3rd round pick.

    N.Y. Jets trade their 2006 2nd round pick to Atlanta for QB Matt Schaub

    San Francisco trades down with Denver and gets one of their 2006 first round picks and their 2006 2nd and 3rd round picks

    Baltimore trades their 2006 2nd round pick to Tennessee for Billy Volek

    FA SIGNINGS
    WR Reggie Wayne signs a 5 year deal w/ Philadelphia
    RB Edgerrin James resigns w/ Indianapolis in a 5 year deal
    LB Cato June resigns w/ Indianapolis by Franchise Tag
    WR Antonio Bryant signs a 2 year deal w/ Miami
    WR Jabar Gaffney resigns w/ Houston in a 3 year deal
    WR Derrick Armstrong resigns w / Houston in a 1 year deal
    OT Seth McKinney sign 2 year deal with Houston
    WR Rod Gardner signs a 2 year deal w/ Dallas
    WR Peerless Price signs a 1 year deal w/ San Francisco
    RB Deshaun Foster signs a 2 year deal w/ Arizona
    LB Julian Peterson signs a 4 year deal w/ San Francisco
    DE John Abraham signs a 5 year deal w/ Washington
    CB Nate Clements signs w/ Buffalo by Franchise Tag
    QB Jon Kitna signs a 1 year deal w/ Tennessee
    RB Shaun Alexander resigns w/ Seattle in a 4 year deal

    Round ONE
    1. Tennessee Titans (from Houston Texans) : Matt Leinart, QB, USC; Steve McNair is more than likely going to retire and Billy Volek may be another hold out problem and might be traded. Leinart will then be reunited with Norm Chow.
    2. New Orleans Saints: A. J. Hawk, OLB, Ohio St; Even though Jamaal Brown has turned out to be a solid pick this year, The Saints are probably kicking themselves after passing on Derrick Johnson last year in the first round so I think they go with the best OLB in this year’s draft.
    3. Arizona Cardinals: D’Brickashaw Ferguson, OT, Virginia; Arizona has a solid defense but their offense line has struggled. D’ Brick is the best prospect in this class at OT so I think AZ goes with him.
    4. N.Y. Jets: Laurence Maroney, RB, Minnesota; Curtis Martin has slowed down this year and is just going to get slower next year. Maroney is the best pure RB available in the draft and he’d be perfect to take over for Martin in the future.

    5. Houston Texans (from Tennessee Titans): Vincent Young, QB, Texas
    6. Cleveland Browns: Matthias Kiwanuka, DE, Boston College; He’s the best defensive player available at this point and since Cleveland runs a 3-4 Kiwi can be used in many ways in that defense. He could turn into another Terrell Suggs with his OLB rushing abilities.
    7. Miami Dolphins: Chad Greenway, LB, Iowa; The Dolphins have a great defense but Junior Seau will probably be cut or just retire and Greenway could step in right away.
    8. Denver Broncos (from San Francisco): Haloti Ngata, NT, Oregon; With a tremendous combine workout Ngata’s stock skyrockets to the early first round. The Broncos DT’s are decent but not great. Ngata is a great run-stopper and is underrated against the pass. Teams would have a tough time running up the middle with Ngata and Warren. This is my surprise pick of the first round.
    9. Green Bay Packers: Reggie Bush, RB, USC; Bush falls right into the Packers’ laps and they waste no time in drafting him. Ahman Green may not be back and the Packers will need another playermaker on offense.
    10. Baltimore Ravens: Mario Williams, DE, N.C. State; The Ravens always seem to draft the BPA so I’m going to go with Williams to Baltimore.
    11. Oakland Raiders: Bobby Carpenter, LB, Ohio St; The Raiders have been having a tough time with tackling this season from their LB corps and that is one of the main reasons why they can’t stop the run. Carpenter could start immediately in Oakland. Al Davis loves size/speed and Carpenter has both.
    12. Detroit Lions: Max Jean-Giles, OG, Georgia; The Lions’ O-Line is pretty thin and with starting OG Kyle Kosier being a FA they must find a replacement or someone to add depth.
    13. St Louis Rams: Jimmy Williams, CB, Virginia Tech, Blessed with size and speed, Jimmy Williams is definitely what the Rams been lacking in the secondary for the last few years.
    14. San Francisco 49ers (from Denver Broncos, via Washington Redskins): Marcedes Lewis, TE, UCLA; The 49ers are in BAD need of playmakers on the offensive side of the ball and Lewis is one of the most NFL ready prospects in this draft. TE Eric Johnson is injury prone and the other TE’s on the roster are not receiving threats. He would give young Alex Smith a nice security blanket.
    15. Buffalo Bills: Jonathan Scott, OT, Texas
    16. Minnesota Vikings: DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis
    17. Chicago Bears: DeMeco Ryans, LB, Alabama
    18. Kansas City Chiefs: Derek Hagan, WR, Arizona St..
    19. N. Y. Giants: Marcus McNeil, OT, Auburn
    20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tye Hill, CB, Clemson
    21. Philadelphia Eagles: Tambi Hali, DE, Penn St.
    22. Dallas Cowboys: LaRon Landry, FS, LSU
    23. New England Patriots: Will Blackmon, CB, Boston College
    24. San Diego Chargers: Jason Hill, WR, Washington St.
    25. Seattle Seahawks: Martin Nance, WR, Miami (OH)
    26. Carolina Panthers: Babatunde Oshinowo, DT, Stanford
    27. Jacksonville Jaguars: Leonard Pope, TE, Georgia
    28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Chad Jackson, WR, Florida
    29. Cincinnati Bengals: Darnel Bing, SS, USC
    30. Denver Broncos: Eric Winston, OT, Miami (FL)
    31. Atlanta Falcons: Greg Blue, SS, Georgia
    32. Indianapolis Colts: Demetrius Williams, WR, Oregon

    Round TWO
    33. Houston Texans: Michael Huff, FS, Texas
    34. New Orleans Saints: Claude Wroten, DT, LSU
    35. Arizona Cardinals: Omar Jacobs, QB, Bowling Green
    36. Atlanta Falcons (from N.Y. Jets): A. J. Nicholson, LB, Florida St
    37. Houston Texans (from Tennessee): Rodrique Wright, DT, Texas
    38. Cleveland Browns: LenDale White, RB, USC
    39. Miami Dolphins: Brodie Croyle, QB, Alabama.
    40. San Francisco 49ers: Davin Joseph, OG, Oklahoma
    41. Green Bay Packers: Manny Lawson, LB, N.C. State
    42. Tennessee Titans (from Baltimore): Abdul Hodge, ILB, Iowa
    43. Oakland Raiders: Darryl Trapp, DE, Virginia Tech
    44. Detroit Lions: Kyle Young, C, Fresno St.
    45. St. Louis Rams: D’Qwell Jackson, ILB, Maryland
    46. Washington Redskins: Hank Baskett, WR, New Mexico
    47. Buffalo Bills: Devin Hester, CB, Miami (FL)
    48. Minnesota Vikings: Andrew Whitworth, OT, LSU
    49. Chicago Bears: Anthony Fasano, TE, Notre Dame
    50. Kansas City Chiefs: Alan Zemaitis, CB, Penn St.
    51. N.Y. Giants: Kyle Williams, DT, LSU
    52. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Santonio Holmes, WR, Ohio St.
    53. Philadelphia Eagles: Reggie McNeal, QB, Texas A&M
    54. Dallas Cowboys: Spencer Havner, ILB, UCLA
    55. New England Patriots: Brian Calhoun, RB, Wisconsin
    56. San Diego Chargers: Darrell Hunter, CB, Miami (OH)
    57. Seattle Seahawks: Will Derting, LB, Washington St.
    58. Carolina Panthers: Greg Eslinger, C, Minnesota
    59. Jacksonville Jaguars: Freddie Roach, LB, Alabama
    60. Pittsburgh Steelers: Charles Gordon, CB, Kansas
    61. Cincinnati Bengals: Orien Harris, DT, Miami (FL)
    62. San Francisco 49ers (from Denver Broncos): Daryn Colledge, OT, Boise St.
    63. Atlanta Falcons: Jeremy Trueblood, OT, Boston College
    64. Indianapolis Colts: James Wyche, DE, Syracuse

    Round THREE
    65. Houston Texans: Will Allen, G, Texas
    66. Houston Texans ( from New Orleans Saints ): Winston Justice, OT, USC
    67. Arizona Cardinals: Mark Setterstrom, OG, Minnesota
    68. N.Y. Jets: Parys Haralson, DE, Tennessee
    69. Tennessee Titans: Travis Lefew, OG, Louisville
    70. Cleveland Browns: Maurice Drew, RB, UCLA
    71. Miami Dolphins: Gabriel Fulbright, CB, New Mexico
    72. San Francisco 49ers: Patrick Massey, DE, Michigan
    73. Green Bay Packers: Matt Lentz, OG, Michigan
    74. Baltimore Ravens: Nate Salley, FS, Ohio St.
    75. Oakland Raiders: Omar Gaither, LB, Tennessee
    76. Detroit Lions: Pat Watkins, S, Florida St.
    77. St Louis Rams: Garrett McIntyre, DE, Fresno St.
    78. Washington Redskins: Nate Livings, OG, LSU
    79. Buffalo Bills: Todd Watkins, WR, BYU
    80. Minnesota Vikings: Bruce Gradkowski, QB, Toledo
    81. Chicago Bears: Ryan O’Callaghan, OT, California
    82. Kansas City Chiefs: Paul Pinegar, QB, Fresno St.
    83. N.Y. Giants: Thomas Howard, LB, UTEP.
    84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jabari Levey, OT, South Carolina
    85. Philadelphia Eagles: Cameron Vaughn, OLB, LSU
    86. Houston (from Dallas Cowboys): Dominique Byrd, TE, USC
    87. New England Patriots: Elvis Dumerville, DE/LB, Louisville
    88. San Diego Chargers: Anthony Schlegel, LB, Ohio St.
    89. Seattle Seahawks: Daniel Bullocks, S, Nebraska
    90. Carolina Panthers: Mike Hass, WR, Oregon St.
    91. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jerome Harrison, RB, Washington St.
    92. Pittsburgh Steelers: Justin Parrish, LB, Kent St.
    93. Cincinnati Bengals: Jeromey Clary, OT, Kansas St.
    94. San Francisco 49ers (from Denver Broncos): Justin London, LB, UCLA
    95. Atlanta Falcons: Richard Marshall, CB, Fresno St.
    96. Indianapolis Colts: Dale Robinson, LB, Arizona St.
     
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  2. Peldon

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    Don't forget we got the Saints 3rd round pick when we traded down last year.
     
  3. Texans Horror

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    Nicely done. Could you work out the last couple of rounds the next time you have a day off? You have us taking Young, but I don't know if he'll go pro this year.
     
  4. YoungTexanFan

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    Worst First round mock of the year. You are setting us up for another team like we have now. No OL help. McKinny is not the answer, neither one. We cant wait until the third to draft o-line help!

    Even the people advocating drafting bush are saying o-line help in the second...you? NAH.

    Worst mock posted here by far.
     
  5. YoungTexanFan

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    but it was a nice effort and took some time, unfortunatly it was all for naught.
     
  6. MorKnolle

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    This is one of the most far-fetched mock drafts I have seen yet. I don't agree with the vast majority of your picks or many of your other offseason moves.
     
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    I could not find Eric Winston on his list. Next all of this speculation is absolutely insane. Most of what he is saying has no shot at happening. Can we at least wait till the college season is over.
     
  8. MorKnolle

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    He had Winston going #30 to the Broncos.
     
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    to bad vince young is gonna stay in school for one more year
     
  10. real

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    I love your mock although its far fetched
     
  11. YoungTexanFan

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    you're just digging your own grave...:goodnight
     

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