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HerbalPeniss
02-05-2007, 11:22 PM
***Oakland trade 2.1, 3.1 and 2nd Round next year for Houstans 1.8

***Minnesota trade 7th overall to Green Bay for their 1.16, 2.16 and 3.16.

ROUND 1

1.) Raiders - Calvin Johnson, WR Georgia Tech (Al Davis puts part 'A' of his master draft plan)
2.) Detroit - Joe Thomas, OT Wisconsin (Sounds like a lock in - Don't know how you can pass up on a QB)
3.) Cleveland - Brady Quinn, QB Notre Dame (Too hard to pass up on local star and franchise signal caller.)
4.) Tampa Bay - Gaines Adams, DE Clemson (Desperatly in need for a replacement for Rice)
5.) Arizona - Jamaal Anderson, DE Arkansas (Weapons are set on offence and with Thomas snagged, free agency will have to be the answer for the O line, so why not add a "Peppers Clone" to a young defence - Berry is injury Prone and Okeafer is no star and neither are that young anymore
6.) Washington - Alan Branch, DT Michigan (I would expect a trade down for a corner)
7.) Greenbay - Adrian Peterson, RB Oklahoma (A great replacement for Ahmad Green)
8.) Oakland - Jamarcus Russell, QB LSU (Part two of Al Davis master plan to unite two physical freaks to introduce an tanjum that could rival Cullpepper to Moss)
9.) Miami - Amobi Okoye, DT, Louisville (An incredibly young D-lineman - Somthing the Phins lack)
10.) Atlanta -Reggie Nelson, S Florida (Saftey is the missing link in what could be a great defence - and Milloy has limited years left)
11.) San Fransisco - Leon Hall, CB Michigan (The corner position must be addressed)
12.) Buffalo - Marshawn Lynch, RB CAL (It seems that Buffalo are interested in a running back so they go with the best avalible instead of reaching for Micheal Bush)
13.) St. Louis - Ted Ginn Jr., WR Ohio State (Curtis is gone and Bruce is on the way - although defence is an issue, they wont offence to become one too)
14.) Carolina - Dwayne Jarrett, WR USC (Keshawn is getting old and we all saw how they struggled without Smith in the early weeks last year)
15.) Pittsburgh - Ben Grubbs, OG Auburn (This is a tough one- i think Carriker if they stick with 3-4, but if they change to cover 2, maybe a different defensive player)
16.) Minnesota - LaRon Landry, S LSU (WR, the greatest need will have to wait until round two because of a stubbern Childress)
17.) Jacksonville - Lawrence Timmons, LB, Florida St. (Although there is depth at linebaker, Timmons is too great a prospect to let pass)
18.) Cincinnati - Adam Carriker, DE, Nebraska (I think 3-4 is inevitable in Cincy, so why not add a specialist who improved his stock dramaticly in the senior bowl)
19.) Tennessee - Dwayne Bowe, WR LSU (Pacman replaced Rolle, Young replaced McNair, White replaced George, now Bowe can replace Mason and give Young a long term go-to guy)
20.) NY Giants - Darrelle Revis, CB Pittsburgh (Depth can never hurt in an ageing secondary-especially one who has fallen this far)
21.) Denver - Daymeion Hughes, CB Cal (A replacement for Darrent Williams)
22.) Dallas - Levi Brown, OT Penn State (I think the 'Boys will be happy to land this guy)
23.) Chiefs - Sidney Rice, WR South Carolina (It is about time this team got a top WR prospect)
24.) New England - Michael Griffin, S Texas (Rodney is no spring chicken)
25.) NY Jets- Zack Miller, TE Arizona State (A new option for a rejuvinated Pennignton)
26.) Philadelphia - Patrick Willis, LB Ole Miss (He will be a stud and plug their the hole to be left by Trotter)
27.) New Orleans - Paul Posluszny, OLB Penn State (We all know how badley they wanted Hawk - this may turn out to be another great steal for the Saints)
28.) New England - LaMarr Woodley, DE/OLB Michigan (A bit of a reach, but OLB is a big need in this ageing corps and WR can be solved in Free Agency and Round 2)
29.) Baltimore - Anthony Spencer, DE, Purdue (A replacement for Adalius)
30.) San Diego - Brandon Meriweather, S Miami (He sneaks back into round 1 to bolster a great D)
31.) Chicago - Justin Blalock, OG Texas (Not too many needs so why not upgrade depth on the line)
32.) Indianapolis - Demarcus Tyler, DT NC ST (Despite Booger and Corey DT strikes me as a need)

ROUND 2

1.) Houston - Aaron Ross, CB Texas
2.) Detroit - Victor Abiamiri, DE Notre Dame
3.) Cleveland -. Quinn Pitcock, DT Ohio St
4.) Tampa Bay - Ryan Kalil, C USC
5.) Arizona - Joe Staley, OT Central Michigan
6.) New York Jets (From Washington) - Charles Johnson, DE Georgia
7.) Minnesota - Robert Meachem,WR Tennessee
8.) Houston - Eric Weddle, S Utah
9.) Miami - Ryan Harris, OT Notre Dame
10.) Atlanta - Marcus McCauley, CB Fresno St
11.) San Francisco - Quentin Moses, DE Georgia
12.) Buffalo - Tony Ugoh, OT Arkansas
13.) St. Louis -Aaron Rouse, S Virginia Tech
14.) Carolina - Rufus Alexander, OLB Oklahoma
15.) Pittsburgh - Tim Crowder, DE Texas
16.) Minnesota - Jarvis Moss, DE, Florida
17.) Jacksonville - John Wendling, S Wyoming
18.) Cincinnati - Greg Olsen, TE Miami
19.) Tennessee - Fred Bennett, CB South Carolina
20.) New York Giants - Kenny Irons, RB Auburn
21.) Denver - Ryan McBean, DT Oklahoma State
22.) Dallas - Anthony Gonzalez, WR, Ohio St
23.) Kansas City - Chris Houston, CB Arkansas
24.) Seattle - Aaron Sears, OG Tennessee
25.) New York Jets - Michael Bush, Louisville
26.) Philadelphia - Troy Smith, QB Ohio St.
27.) New Orleans - Michael Johnson, S Arizona
28.) New England - Jason Hill, WR
29.) Baltimore - Josh Beekman, OG Boston College
30.) San Diego - Earl Everett, OLB Florida
31.) Chicago - Juwan Simpson, OLB Alabama
32.) Tampa Bay (From Indianapolis) - Brian leonard, RB Rutgers

RaiderNation
02-05-2007, 11:25 PM
:twisted:

PalmerToCJ
02-05-2007, 11:27 PM
I wouldn't call a swap to the 3-4 inevitable but if we did Carriker would be a solid pick. I'd still prefer Revis.

2nd round Olsen isn't a good fit for us at TE.

I'd rather see a CB/S... Chris Houston really because I think he'll be a stud.

mpindo3
02-05-2007, 11:29 PM
why does everyone have the chargers taking an OLB? is there any reasoning for that? I also doubt the panthers go WR in the 1st. doesn't make much sense. OL, QB, and LB if i were to guess. I'm a big believer in Drew Carter though. I think he can be a very solid #2.

thebow305
02-05-2007, 11:31 PM
I love the justifications for the Okoye pick to the Dolphins. Everyone says the same thing.

We have one of the oldest lines so lets add the youngest d-tackle in the draft... or our line is ancient so lets add a youngster....

Everyone that has been putting these type of remarks are making yourselves look naive, ignorant, and just plain stupid.

Defensive tackle is not our biggest need by a long shot, especially not an undersized, overhyped one at that. Stop wasting your time with these picks if you're gonna be ******** about it. If you truly believe Okoye will be the pick for us, find a better reason for the love of god.

By the way, the only way we waste number nine on a defensive tackle is if Branch was to fall to us, and that's not even a lock at this point.

Outside pass rushing linebacker or reciever will be our pick at number nine, GUARANTEED!

DChess
02-05-2007, 11:32 PM
russell>quinn for browns

KCJ58
02-05-2007, 11:34 PM
Hate the Rams pick

Tubby
02-05-2007, 11:38 PM
I rated it an F because you know nothing about the NFL

indyfan1985
02-06-2007, 12:00 AM
Great pick for Indy. I dont think Simon will be back since he didnt contribute at all this year so our DTs going into next year would be McFarland and Reagor. They both are veterans so we could use a young stud at DT to be the future of our D-line.

RaiderNation
02-06-2007, 12:10 AM
u messed up on the raider trade. its 3.1 not 2.2

asmitty45
02-06-2007, 12:14 AM
Typical Lions draft. I can live with it but im not terribly thrilled about it.

DaKid13
02-06-2007, 12:14 AM
If that happened for the Raiders I would FLIP!

HerbalPeniss
02-06-2007, 12:21 AM
Hey tubby thats a bit dramatic, its not like ur an nfl analyst either, anyway who would you prefer?

Tubby
02-06-2007, 12:44 AM
Hey tubby thats a bit dramatic, its not like ur an nfl analyst either, anyway who would you prefer?

For starters, Sears is much better than a DE. We have absolutely no need for a DE and you should find and kill whatever gave you the idea that we needed a DE.

Justin Beekman would be the ideal pick

TheChampIsHere
02-06-2007, 12:51 AM
I love the justifications for the Okoye pick to the Dolphins. Everyone says the same thing.

We have one of the oldest lines so lets add the youngest d-tackle in the draft... or our line is ancient so lets add a youngster....

Everyone that has been putting these type of remarks are making yourselves look naive, ignorant, and just plain stupid.

Defensive tackle is not our biggest need by a long shot, especially not an undersized, overhyped one at that. Stop wasting your time with these picks if you're gonna be dumb about it. If you truly believe Okoye will be the pick for us, find a better reason for the love of god.

By the way, the only way we waste number nine on a defensive tackle is if Branch was to fall to us, and that's not even a lock at this point.

Outside pass rushing linebacker or reciever will be our pick at number nine, GUARANTEED!

what are you talking about? WR is a big need? Even tho he is coming off a bad season, Chambers is still a legit no. 1 so they dont need a premier WR and then they got Booker, Hagan and Welker, all solid players. I could see them adding a WR but I doubt in round 1.

They do need an OLB, probly a pass-rusher/hybrid back, but there isn't anyone outside of Gaines Adams who I could justify them taking ninth overall right now. Maybe in a couple months Moss or someone else will have put on a show at the combine and that pick will seem more possible. Maybe Timmons...

But your argument against Okoye doesnt make sense. First off, theres is nothing wrong with the argument that they should add a young player at the position b/c they are old at the position. Thats what teams do when their starters at a position are aging and out of their prime, they bring in youth through the draft.

If you look at the Dolphins at DT you see Vonnie Holliday, Keith Traylor and Zgonina...and Manuel Wright but who knows if he will ever come around...Those 3 guys I mentioned are old and far from being standouts and all could conceivably be leaving the team this offseason. And you are gonna tell me that DT isn't a major need?

Okoye might be somewhat undersized right now, but he already said that his usual playing weight his 295, not the 285 he was at the senior bowl. And he's only 19 years old so he should easily put on another 20 lbs in the next few years, he has the frame to do it.

And whether or not you personally think he's overhyped doesnt matter at all in this argument cuz the fact is a lot of scouts and coaches are high on this guy right now and he had a good college career, is obviously talented, and had a great senior bowl and he is high character. And obviously the age thing builds hype around him, but it has to be impressive that he did as well as he did in college at his age, he's obviously a bright kid with a lot of potential.

Theres one good argument that can be made against Okoye to the Dolphins and that is that they are probly moving to a 3-4 and he isnt big enough to be a NT...its true he is better fit to play in a cover 2 D, but like I was saying I think he will put on more weight as he ages and be able to play the NT.

TheChampIsHere
02-06-2007, 01:02 AM
I dunno what I would make of it if the Raiders pulled that. It would be sick to have CJ and Russell plus Moss if we keep him, that would give us the QB/WRs combo to have one of the best vertical passing games ever, but obviously there would be a lot of questions....but I think thats a steep price for the 8th pick, all that is more like the price for the no. 1 overall pick, especially considering that the Raiders have a legit shot to get the top pick again next year and have had top 10 picks for 4 years straight.

HerbalPeniss
02-06-2007, 01:09 AM
I dunno what I would make of it if the Raiders pulled that. It would be sick to have CJ and Russell plus Moss if we keep him, that would give us the QB/WRs combo to have one of the best vertical passing games ever, but obviously there would be a lot of questions....but I think thats a steep price for the 8th pick, all that is more like the price for the no. 1 overall pick, especially considering that the Raiders have a legit shot to get the top pick again next year and have had top 10 picks for 4 years straight.

I know i would rather have something like 2nd, 3rd and Porter ect, but i thought i would get a speal from Texans fans...u know what i mean?

njx9
02-06-2007, 01:16 AM
denver has no business drafting a first round nickel back.

better picks in the first include: levi brown, demarcus tyler, abiamiri, moses, moss

WMD
02-06-2007, 01:16 AM
Jamaal Anderson isn't really a Julius Peppers clone.. more of a Richard Seymour.

HerbalPeniss
02-06-2007, 01:21 AM
Jamaal Anderson isn't really a Julius Peppers clone.. more of a Richard Seymour

I know most people compare him to seymour so there obviously must be truth to it, but both Julius and Jamaal are 6'6 280 or something. Both have a good blend of speed and strenght, Jamaal not so much as Julius but he can develop

Caddy
02-06-2007, 01:57 AM
Bucs draft = Meh

HerbalPeniss
02-06-2007, 03:20 AM
Bucs draft = Meh

To be honest i hate the Bucs, and i hate the idea of the Bucs getting Calvin, hence the Raiders trade.

However, i can appreciate them grabing positions to fill those depparting to keep their style of play.
Gains for Simion
Demarcus for Booger
Leonard for Alstott (i know he is leaving but he is getting old)

Crow
02-06-2007, 04:46 AM
Change Russell to Lynch and that's a pretty sweet Oakland draft.

Sveen
02-06-2007, 05:57 AM
27.) New Orleans - Paul Posluszny, OLB Penn State
27.) New Orleans - Michael Johnson, S Arizona
I like the Posluszny-pick, but I don't see us taking a safety in the 2nd. CB or DT makes the most sense (to me).

Beans
02-06-2007, 07:00 AM
I like the Bucs draft. Pretty good.

It's incredibly clear that you're a Vikings fan and don't like the Packers, though.

princefielder28
02-06-2007, 07:16 AM
Don't like the Packers trade, plus it's with a division foe

T-RICH49
02-06-2007, 09:13 AM
That Chiefs draft would work for me

HawkeyeFan
02-06-2007, 09:46 AM
B. Rams got Ginn Jr. and Rouse. I like.

LB51
02-06-2007, 06:31 PM
OK, revis is a very good pick, but irons is not, the giants don't need a slow main back, they need a back who can share touches and is fast and is agile to fill the Tiki-void

islandboy843
02-06-2007, 06:38 PM
I like how you think about the new titans to the old titans.

morknolle
02-06-2007, 06:56 PM
Not a very good mock, a lot of quesitonable picks.

As for my team, the Texans aren't going to trade out of the 1st round alltogether. That trade isn't a fair value at all, and we have too many issues to address to move down that far and not get a 1st round pick.

HerbalPeniss
02-06-2007, 07:52 PM
Don't like the Packers trade, plus it's with a division foe

I thought the Packers would like the idea of landing Peterson, considering they pick at 17 or whatever.

jetsfan3
02-06-2007, 08:35 PM
We don't need "new options for Pennington"

We need "Defensive Help"

Get it through your head, and if we were going offense in round 1 it would be the OL.

regoob2
02-06-2007, 08:51 PM
niners got a pretty good guy

Doctorsacb
02-09-2007, 04:13 PM
TheChampishere, How on earth are you going to tell a Dolphins fan he doesn't know what he's tlaking about when he's talking about his own team. Everything in your post about the Dolphins is 100 percent false and you midn friend come out looking like an idiot with your post. Let me take the time to inform you.

what are you talking about? WR is a big need? Even tho he is coming off a bad season, Chambers is still a legit no. 1 so they dont need a premier WR and then they got Booker, Hagan and Welker, all solid players. I could see them adding a WR but I doubt in round 1.

They need a legit number 1 WR in the worst way. Chambers in no way shape or form is a legit number 1. And that's coming from one of his biggest fans. His best season came in 2005 when he put put 1,118 yards and 11 TDs. Solid but nothing out of this world. Mike Furrey put up similar numbers last year. Chambers has only broken 1,000 yards recieveing once in his career. and didn't even get 700 yards last season. If that's your definition of a number 1 then I feel sorry for your lack of football knowledge. Chamber is one of the better number 2 in the league because he is a red zone threat but he is not a number 1. Booker is aging and better as a number 3 and Welker is best suited as a number 4 guy. Hagan showed potential but didn't do much his rookie year so he is a project and will only be used in limited amounts for now. The Dolphins has great number 2,3,4,and 5 WRs but lack a true number 1 which is way they might grab one in the 1st round.

They do need an OLB, probly a pass-rusher/hybrid back, but there isn't anyone outside of Gaines Adams who I could justify them taking ninth overall right now. Maybe in a couple months Moss or someone else will have put on a show at the combine and that pick will seem more possible. Maybe Timmons...

Timmons is an outside option and Adams is an option. OLB might be the biggest need but your right there isn't anyone worthy of that high a pick at this point.

But your argument against Okoye doesnt make sense. First off, theres is nothing wrong with the argument that they should add a young player at the position b/c they are old at the position.

That is because you are thinking Okoye will play DT. He will not be playing that on the Dolphins. He only weighs 287 which makes him way, way undersized to handle the inside job on the 3-4 defense the Dolphins run. He would be moved to DE for the Dolphins where they are already stacked with Jason Taylor, Matt Roth, Kevin Carter, David Bowens and young guys like Rodrique Wright and Kevin Vickerson. They need nothing more then a 3rd or 4th round guy at DE at because and that is only to bring in a project guy to groom because they need youth. DE is not a 1st round need and that would be Okoye role. So yes his arguement against Okoye makes valid sense and it is you my friends that is very mistake. Just because they are old up front doesn't mean they will take the youngest guy in the draft. They have way too many other needs to be wasting that pick on a guy that doesn't fit the system.


Thats what teams do when their starters at a position are aging and out of their prime, they bring in youth through the draft.

Agreed, but they also look for guys that fit what they are trying to do which means Okoye will not be the pick. They have way too many other needs and too many other options at that spot to waste a pick like that.

If you look at the Dolphins at DT you see Vonnie Holliday, Keith Traylor and Zgonina...and Manuel Wright but who knows if he will ever come around...Those 3 guys I mentioned are old and far from being standouts and all could conceivably be leaving the team this offseason. And you are gonna tell me that DT isn't a major need?

Far from standouts. I guess that's why Holliday is the most covets DL in FA not named Dwight Freeney. Traylor is old but he can still play with the best of them. That fact that you even brought up Manny Wright shows you know nothing about what you are talking about because he will probably be let go and Fred Evens showed tons of upside and promise last season and will have a bigger role this year. Yes they need youth but they need it a NT which means a guy like Alan Branch or Tank Tyler if he falls to round 2. Not a wasted pick on Okoye who will not be able to hold his own with his lack of size as a NT.

Okoye might be somewhat undersized right now, but he already said that his usual playing weight his 295, not the 285 he was at the senior bowl. And he's only 19 years old so he should easily put on another 20 lbs in the next few years, he has the frame to do it.

Do you even read scouting reports? He is not a 3-4 NT which means he will not be a Dolphin. He is a perfect 3 technique tackle and is the best fit as a 4-3 DT. No team is going to gamle a top 10 pick hoping a guy will put on 20 pounds and learn to clog more blocks and maybe someday become a NT. Gambles on stuff like that are taken in mid rounds and late rounds. Not in the top 10. After a bad dratf last year the Dolphins need a sure thing at a sore spot which cuts out Okoye.

And whether or not you personally think he's overhyped doesnt matter at all in this argument cuz the fact is a lot of scouts and coaches are high on this guy right now and he had a good college career, is obviously talented, and had a great senior bowl and he is high character.

So you argue the fact that coaches like to guy so he will go high but ignore that fact that coaches don't think he is NT. Seems to be picking and choosing what you are arguing. You can't argue part of our issues based on what the coaches think and then throw out the other part of what the coaches think.

And obviously the age thing builds hype around him, but it has to be impressive that he did as well as he did in college at his age, he's obviously a bright kid with a lot of potential.

Agreed but that doesnt make him a good fit for the Dolphins.

Theres one good argument that can be made against Okoye to the Dolphins and that is that they are probly moving to a 3-4 and he isnt big enough to be a NT

Wow a there's some hope at the end of the tunnel. Maybe now you will get it. Except the Dolphins aren't moving to a 3-4. They have played a 3-4 for the last 2 years and Capers is one of the best 3-4 coaches in football. Maybe you should learn what defense the Dolphins run before you start telling a Dolphins fan his opinion on his own team is wrong.

...its true he is better fit to play in a cover 2 D, but like I was saying I think he will put on more weight as he ages and be able to play the NT.

So you throw out a Dolphins fan opinion that Okoye is overrated because coaches like him but yet you argue that Okoye can play NT because it's your opinion even tho coaches dont think he can. Yea that makes alot of sense. You my friend need to learn more about the Dolphins and football in general and should maybe consider that opinion might suck before you open your mouth and bash someone else.

DrEvil63
02-09-2007, 07:51 PM
Anyone else think the Houston/Oakland trade is absolutely ridiculous?

LTgiants
02-09-2007, 07:58 PM
good giants draft

Doctorsacb
02-09-2007, 09:16 PM
Anyone else think the Houston/Oakland trade is absolutely ridiculous?

Absolutely. The Texans have no reason to trade out of the 1st round all together. They need to land an impact player. They only way they a trade like that happens is if they get blow away. This is hardly a blow away offer. They don't even get full value for thier pick. They'd need Oakland to get the 1st pick in the second round again next yer for the value to be fair according to the trade chart. There's no way Houston does this unless it gets Oakland's 1st rounder next season plus a 2nd this year and 3rd this year. That's a offer that might blow they away enough to make the trade.

Jim Jim
02-09-2007, 09:38 PM
Green Bay builds itself through the draft, trading all the picks would NEVER happen. EVER.

alsleis
02-09-2007, 09:49 PM
Absolutely love the Eagles first rounder...Absolutely hate the Eagles 2nd rounder. Theirs no way they take a QB who has no ability to run this offense in round 2...especially when he'll never play.

indyfan1985
02-09-2007, 11:16 PM
Great pick for Indy. Especially since I dont think Simon will be back. With Tyler we will then have a great rotation with McFarland, Montae Reagor, and now Tank Tyler.

The OUTLAW
02-09-2007, 11:55 PM
The combination of Quinn and Pitcock for the Browns would absolutely cause me to destroy my television and computer. It does absolutely nothing to improve the team for next year.

johbur
02-10-2007, 03:12 AM
Interesting with some thoughts to the trades. However, Packers GM Ted Thompson has NEVER traded up, and that's with 2 Packers drafts and 4 (I believe) Seattle drafts. Minnesota would not likely trade down with the Packers, as unless they thought Peterson was a hump, they'd be facing him twice a year. Toss in that the trade imbalance favors Minnesota by 130 points, or a low 3rd round and that's a bad trade.

With the Raiders draft, unless Houston gets Moss, this also would not happen as Houston is down on points. Maybe if the Raiders also threw in a 4th rounder next year as well the points would match up. Considering that Houston can get a quality guy at #8, the Raiders would likely have to pay a little to get that trade, particularly since Houston could use JaMarcus as well, unless they're still holding onto Carr...

Check the value chart:
http://www.theredzone.org/2006/draft/draftvaluechart.asp

Last up is that you don't have the R2 (or R3 in your trade) adjustments made for tied teams:
http://www.nfl.com/news/story/9901730

A little research goes a long way.

kwilliamsfa
02-10-2007, 01:01 PM
I'm not going to mince words - this draft sucks for Denver.

Denver does not need a 1st-2nd round CB to replace Darrent. I'm tired of people posting this kind of uninformed crap. Yes, having a player get shot does make the headlines, and yes, it was a really terrible blow to the team. But Denver's real problem is pass rush. Shanny would also like a workhorse RB. Lesser needs include an OL upgrade and help in the return game (a decent WR/KR would be ideal).

SteelerNation
02-11-2007, 11:52 PM
Good draft. Nice and original. I like the Raiders getting both Calvin and JaMarcus, thats cool.

M
02-12-2007, 12:13 AM
Broncos will not take a CB in round 1 - we hold these truths to be self evident

yodabear
02-12-2007, 12:15 AM
Absolutley Terrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrible.

LB51
02-20-2007, 01:22 PM
Good giants first, giants will not go with Irons, Everette or Arron Sears

Caddy
02-20-2007, 02:30 PM
B Bucs mock

Eaglez.Fan
02-20-2007, 02:37 PM
**** eagles 2nd rounder

etk
02-20-2007, 05:24 PM
Bucs draft = Meh

To be honest i hate the Bucs, and i hate the idea of the Bucs getting Calvin, hence the Raiders trade.

However, i can appreciate them grabing positions to fill those depparting to keep their style of play.
Gains for Simion
Demarcus for Booger
Leonard for Alstott (i know he is leaving but he is getting old)

I hate you.

You know nothing about football and your mock draft sucks. You can't spell either. What right do you have to hate the Bucs?

Chucky
02-20-2007, 06:17 PM
dont like the bucs mock

bucknut12
02-21-2007, 12:17 AM
27.) New Orleans - Paul Posluszny, OLB Penn State
27.) New Orleans - Michael Johnson, S Arizona
I like the Posluszny-pick, but I don't see us taking a safety in the 2nd. CB or DT makes the most sense (to me).