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jbombul
12-08-2006, 12:17 PM
kinda shaky first mock this year but i like it

1. Detroit (2-10)-Brady Quinn QB Notre Dame

2. Oakland (2-10)-Adrian Peterson RB Oklahoma

3. Arizona (3-9) -Joe Thomas OT Wisconsin

4. Tampa Bay (3-9)-Calvin Johnson WR Georgia Tech

5. Green Bay (4-8)-Marshawn Lynch RB Cal

6. Washington (4-8)-Gaines Adams DE Clemson

7. Houston (4-8)-Alan Branch DT michigan

8. Cleveland (4-8)-Jake Long OT Michigan

9. Minnesota (5-7)Justin Blalock OL Texas

10. St. Louis (5-7)Lamar Woodley DE Michigan

11. San Francisco (5-7)-Leon Hall CB Michigan

12. Miami (5-7)-Quentin Moses DE Georgia

13. Pittsburgh (5-7)- Paul Poslunzky LB Penn St.

14. Buffalo (5-7)-Ted Ginn Jr. WR Ohio State

15. Tennessee (5-7-)-Dewayne Jarret WR USC

16. Atlanta (6-6)-Laron Landry S Lsu

17. Carolina (6-6)-Jamarcus RusselQB LSU

18. Philadelphia (6-6)-Patrick Willis LB Ole miss

19. NY Giants (6-6)-Antoine Cason CB arizona

20. NY Jets (7-5) Levi Brown Ot Penn St.

21. Kansas City (7-5)-Amobi Okoye Dt Louisville

22. Jacksonville (7-5)-Victor Abiamiri DE Notre Dame

23. Denver (7-5)-Reggie Nelson S Florida

24. Cincinnati (7-5) Tom Zbikowski S Notre Dame

25. New England (from Seattle) (8-4) Jeff Samardzija Wr Notre Dame

26. Dallas (8-4)-Quinn Pitock DT Ohio State

27. New Orleans (8-4)-Darrelle Revis CB pittsburgh

28. Baltimore (9-3)-Josh Beekman OG Boston College

29. New England (9-3)-Buster Davis LB Florida St

30. San Diego (10-2)-Marcus McCauley-CB Fresno St.

31. Chicago (10-2)- Greg Olsen TE Miami
32. Indianapolis (10-2)-Frank Okem-DT Texas

FloridaFootball
12-08-2006, 12:24 PM
I vote B.

I like gaines adams pick. I'm just hoping that we trade down and get some draft picks back.

therock6000
12-08-2006, 12:53 PM
cleveland just gave schaefer a big contract to play LT, so not sure if they'd dump even more money into the position (although i really like jake long). blalock is good, but not sure if he's top 10 material. not sure about ted ginn to buffalo...they've already got a ton of speed with lee evans and roscoe parrish, maybe a bigger targer would make more sense. zbikowski as a 1st rounder is a major stretch. i'll give it a B for effort...

remix 6
12-08-2006, 02:03 PM
and Pats would pass on Revis and McCauley to take a WR ..position we dont need..why?

please..englighten me why we would pass on CBs to take a WR who isnt commited and its not a position we need in rnd 1

PalmerToCJ
12-08-2006, 03:23 PM
We can address saftey later. I'd much rather see Okam at our spot or a DE.

Bills2083
12-08-2006, 03:41 PM
The Bills would take Jarrett over Ginn.

Ginn is 6'0"
Jarrett is 6'5"

We need a big possession type receiver. The answer would be Jarrett

packerpro42
12-08-2006, 03:41 PM
I highly doubt that the Raiders would take Peterson after Jordan played good for them the previous year and if I'm not wrong they gave him an extension. They wouldn't pass on Calvin Johnson here. Give Peterson to the Packers and it's a pretty solid draft.

SuperMcGee
12-08-2006, 04:07 PM
definitely would rather have Jarrett over Ginn

doingthisinsteadofwork
12-08-2006, 06:44 PM
I highly doubt that the Raiders would take Peterson after Jordan played good for them the previous year and if I'm not wrong they gave him an extension. They wouldn't pass on Calvin Johnson here. Give Peterson to the Packers and it's a pretty solid draft.good reasoning.but the raiders have had great duos at rb before.like Jackson/Allen, Kaufman/Wheatley, and Wheatley/Garner.not that unlikely.especially with Fagas as a Fa after this year.

kyle6
12-08-2006, 08:19 PM
The Chargers drafted a CB 1st round last year... Top needs in no particuliar order: FS, ILB, OG, WR.

BrownsTown
12-08-2006, 08:22 PM
cleveland just gave schaefer a big contract to play LT, so not sure if they'd dump even more money into the position (although i really like jake long). blalock is good, but not sure if he's top 10 material. not sure about ted ginn to buffalo...they've already got a ton of speed with lee evans and roscoe parrish, maybe a bigger targer would make more sense. zbikowski as a 1st rounder is a major stretch. i'll give it a B for effort...

Shaffer has been horrid, chances are he'll end up a guard, with Nat Dorsey as the RT, and Long at LT along with Coleman/Shaffer/Sowells rotating at guard isn't bad to put around Bentley. Not bad.

Smooth Criminal
12-08-2006, 10:13 PM
I don't like the Steelers pick. I don't think Poz is meant to be a 3-4 linebacker.

Caddy
12-08-2006, 10:25 PM
CJ would be a great addition to a very ordinary Bucs Offense

The Legend
12-08-2006, 10:29 PM
2. Oakland (2-10)-Adrian Peterson RB Oklahoma



never

ccB
12-08-2006, 10:35 PM
Ravens would take Marcus McCauley over Josh Beekman.

Crow
12-08-2006, 10:37 PM
I highly doubt that the Raiders would take Peterson after Jordan played good for them the previous year and if I'm not wrong they gave him an extension. They wouldn't pass on Calvin Johnson here. Give Peterson to the Packers and it's a pretty solid draft.

Jordan was given no extension. He signed a backloaded 5 year deal that leaves open the possibility of dumping him after next year with minimal cap implications.

Crow
12-08-2006, 10:47 PM
2. Oakland (2-10)-Adrian Peterson RB Oklahoma



never

No reason to think that we wouldn't take him. Jordan is nothing special. At this point, it's likely between him and CJ.

kazkal
12-09-2006, 03:07 AM
We can address saftey later. I'd much rather see Okam at our spot or a DE.


We can address safety later,but if it's on a talent you can't just pass we could still take one rnd 1....that being said horrible pick only guys worth it would be landry,nelson or griffin.

21ST
12-09-2006, 09:53 AM
Redskins dont draft DE's and if we did we wouldnt get one that cant stop the run

familyguy555
12-09-2006, 11:01 AM
Good pick for Lions. A

GaMeTiMe
12-09-2006, 12:01 PM
E? :lol:

GB12
12-09-2006, 12:29 PM
5 is too high to pick Lynch.

gregoreo22
12-09-2006, 07:15 PM
Packers would not reach for Lynch there if Landry, Ginn and Jarrett are still there. We could trade back 5 spots and still get Lynch if we actually wanted him. But RB actually isn't a #1 need right now. It's FS.

Addict
12-09-2006, 07:52 PM
I think that a lot of Tampa Bay fans got off reading that Mock.

I think CJ will end up in Oakland though, since Moss and Porter are on their way out.

rchrd
12-09-2006, 08:32 PM
I dont like the idea of the Vikings going OL with their dire need for skill position players but im not going to say it wont happen as my crystal ball is currently in the shop. It's been there since it told me to take Culpepper as a fantasy QB this year...I know I know the mere suggestion should have been basis to destroy it but it's a crystal ball!!!

......... :shock:

GB12
12-09-2006, 09:19 PM
Packers would not reach for Lynch there if Landry, Ginn and Jarrett are still there. We could trade back 5 spots and still get Lynch if we actually wanted him. But RB actually isn't a #1 need right now. It's FS.

It's too high for Landry as well. It's possible that we would take Hall and move him or Woodson to saftey.

PalmerToCJ
12-09-2006, 10:46 PM
We can address saftey later. I'd much rather see Okam at our spot or a DE.


We can address safety later,but if it's on a talent you can't just pass we could still take one rnd 1....that being said horrible pick only guys worth it would be landry,nelson or griffin.

Agreed. Given who's left on the board I'd really prefer Revis. Okam or McCauley.

T-RICH49
12-09-2006, 11:09 PM
21. Kansas City (7-5)-Amobi Okoye Dt Louisville

Love this pick