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D-Unit
12-15-2007, 09:30 PM
OK not really you perv...

As your punishment, you will have to witness this triple combo action mock by me, Xio and The Toonster. ...eh, who knows? Maybe you'll get turned on afterall! hahahahahaha!

Wait no longer... Take it away Master of Chaos!

Xiomera
12-15-2007, 09:40 PM
1. Miami Dolphins :: RB Darren McFadden :: Arkansas Razorbacks

The soon to be winless Dolphins select McFadden, who should team with Ronnie Brown to give the Fins a dynamic ground attack. McFadden may also become Miami's best option at QB too, as John Beck's future looks bleak, and McFadden is coming off a season in which he threw four touchdown passes.

D-Unit
12-15-2007, 09:49 PM
2. Atlanta Falcons :: DT Glen Dorsey :: LSU Bayou Bengals

This ship isn't sinking. It's sunk. They're going winless the rest of the year. Their reward is landing Dorsey. The Falcons aren't one of the savviest teams when it comes to drafting first rounders. They haven't hit a real home run since... well... I can't remember that last pick that's been exceptional. So Dorsey here falls along the same trend. Not saying he'll be bad, he's just not gonna be the second best player out of this draft.

toonsterwu
12-15-2007, 10:47 PM
3. St. Louis Rams :: OLB/DE Vernon Gholston :: the Ohio State

It's either OL or an edge threat here for me. Vernon Gholston is an intriguing possibility. If Haslett wants to move to the 3-4, Gholston gives them a potentially ideal 3-4 rush backer. They have the personnel to run a 30 front right now, and the big piece missing is a rush backer. If they stay 4-3, he's the dynamic end that they might need. But ... their offensive line hasn't exactly stood out this year and a lot of possibilities exist. What's the call? Nod goes Vernon Gholston, with the idea that OL depth can be added in round 2. As noted in my separate mock, I wouldn't necessarily rule out QB here ... it'd be a dark, dark, dark darkhorse, but I wouldn't rule it out. McFadden's another thought.

Xiomera
12-15-2007, 10:50 PM
4. New York Jets :: DE Christopher Long :: Virginia Cavaliers

The J-E-T-S boost their pass rush with Mr. Long, as he becomes the latest piece to an improving defense that includes recent draftees Dave Harris, Kerry Rhodes, and Revis.

D-Unit
12-15-2007, 10:57 PM
5. Oakland Raiders :: DT Sedrick Ellis :: Southern California Trojans

With Indy, Jacksonville and San Diego on their remaining schedule the Raiders won't win another game. Ellis is a good fit value wise and he fills an important need. Kiffin goes back to his USC roots to dig this pick up.

toonsterwu
12-15-2007, 11:01 PM
6. New England Patriots f/ San Francisco 49ers :: CB Mike Jenkins :: South Florida

No, this isn't a typo. Yes, Jenkins would have to excel in the postseason. I've long said that this Jenkins is my preferred CB to gamble on in this draft. He isn't great at any one area yet (his teammate Trae Williams may have better instincts than him), but he is solid across the board. It could be Malcolm Jenkins, but I prefer Mike at corner, and I'm starting to buy that he has a shot at going this high. Even if Samuel stays, they could use a CB upgrade. If he leaves, they definitely need help. They can find LB's to fit the scheme later on.

Xiomera
12-15-2007, 11:02 PM
7. Baltimore Ravens :: QB Matthew Ryan :: Boston College Eagles

If Steve McNair hasn't reaches clipboard holder status yet, then he is damn near close. And despite what Kyle Boller may think, the ability to throw the ball through the uprights on one knee from midfield does not equate to points on the scoreboard. Matt Ryan is the pick here, barring a Moses-like parting of defensive secondaries in the final three weeks of 2007.

D-Unit
12-15-2007, 11:11 PM
8. Cincinnati Bengals :: LB James Laurinaitis :: The Ohio State University Buckeyes

Laurinaitis doesn't have to move very far away to play at his NFL destination. The Bengals were equally bad against the run as they were the pass this past season. What they really lack is true leadership on the defensive side of the ball. In comes JL. He's a playmaker that can make things happen. He'll slide into the WLB spot. The same spot he excelled in when he line up next to AJ Hawk and Bobby Carpenter at tOSU.

toonsterwu
12-15-2007, 11:11 PM
9. Kansas City Chiefs :: QB Brian Brohm :: Louisville Cardinals

I want to make a OL pick. I know that's the preferred route. I'm even a fan of Brodie Croyle. But ... with only two years left on his deal, has Croyle done well enough to prevent a QB pick here? It's tough for me to say yes on this. While I'm not a big fan of Brohm, his accuracy could be an ideal fit for Solari here.

Xiomera
12-15-2007, 11:12 PM
10. Chicago Bears :: OT Jacob Long :: Michigan Wolverines

As much as I will hate having my Lions play against this guy twice a year, I have to make the pick. Long should have been taken earlier based on talent.

D-Unit
12-15-2007, 11:19 PM
11. Carolina Panthers :: QB Andre Woodson :: Kentucky Wildwomen

The Panthers select Woodson who's upside they absolutely love. Jake Delhomme wrote his own tombstone when he went down with season ending injury this year. He wasn't loved much in the first place and this was the final nail in the coffin. He'll start next season, but Woodson will take over sooner rather than later. The trio of Andre Woodson, DeAngelo Williams and Steve Smith make the Panther's future bright.

toonsterwu
12-15-2007, 11:19 PM
12. Philadelphia Eagles :: S Kenny Phillips :: the U

I'm looking DB all the way here. Certainly some other areas that could use addressing, but what other spot on the roster is worth the 12th overall pick? It's tough to pass on Malcolm Jenkins (who might be a stud safety if they wanted to go that route), but I prefer Phillips here as Dawkins heir apparent (and likely plays alongside Dawkins to start his career).

Xiomera
12-15-2007, 11:21 PM
13. Denver Broncos :: OT Ryan Clady :: Boise State Blue Turfsmen

D-Unit
12-15-2007, 11:29 PM
14. Washington Redskins :: DB Malcolm Jenkins :: The Ohio State University

Losing Sean Taylor was a major hit for the Redskins and it's not easy to move on. However, seeing Jenkins slide this far, sure did crack a smile on some gloomy faces in the Washington War Room. Jenkins' timed 40 is slower than scouts hoped for but Gibbs and gang plan on moving him to Safety anyways... a position he occasionally played at tOSU.

toonsterwu
12-15-2007, 11:30 PM
15. Detroit Lions :: OT Jeff Otah :: Pittsburgh

Had Malcolm Jenkins fallen, he would've gotten the nod here. I can't see any other CB getting the nod for the Lions here. What else? LB was a thought, but the LB value may be best midround, and schematically, they can find options later. On the other side of the ball, some OL work is needed. A RB can't be ruled out. This was a tough one, but the nod goes Otah here.

Xiomera
12-15-2007, 11:33 PM
16. Arizona Cardinals :: RB Jonathan Stewart :: Oregon Mighty Ducks

D-Unit
12-15-2007, 11:38 PM
17. Buffalo Bills :: DE Calais Campbell :: The U

Buffalo has a thing for drafting Miami players and they get pretty good value here. Campbell had a down year for Miami, but his combination of size and skill are rarely found. If he can put things together, he could be a devastating force.

toonsterwu
12-15-2007, 11:38 PM
18. Houston Texans :: RB Rashard Mendenhall :: Illinois

The defense is really coming together. Sure, they could still use another edge rusher, a LB, and a safety. But DL can wait, LB isn't a top positional focus, and safety lacks value. With only two picks there, they have to address their offense. OT is a tempting thought, but a young workhorse RB gets the nod here.

Xiomera
12-15-2007, 11:39 PM
19. New Orleans Saints :: OLB Keith Rivers :: Southern California Trojan Mans

D-Unit
12-15-2007, 11:42 PM
20. Dallas Cowboys via Cleveland Browns :: OT Phillip Loadholt :: Oklahoma

This behemoth of a man will anchor the Cowboys line and protect Romo's blindside over the next decade. Flozell is an UFA and old. Doug Free is in the wings, but he's an injury riddled 4th round pick. Too risky to ask him to be anything more than a top back up.

toonsterwu
12-15-2007, 11:45 PM
21. Tennessee Titans :: DE Phillip Merling :: Clemson

I really want to see them take a wide receiver. I really do. But ... but ... something tugs at me that says it might not happen. Defensively, they could use a middle linebacker. But Antwan Odom is an impending FA and a potential everydown end could be an option if they don't resign him. Merling's saying all the right things about staying, but if he's a first rounder ... ?

Xiomera
12-15-2007, 11:48 PM
22. Minnesota Vikings :: WR Malcolm Kelly :: Oklahoma Sooners of Later Your Gonna Lose Interest in this Mock Draft

D-Unit
12-15-2007, 11:50 PM
23. Tampa Bay Bucanneers :: WR DeSean Jackson :: California Golden Huggy Bears

Joy! DeSean Jackson lands to a team that really wanted him. Not much to say other than, "Oh happy day!"

toonsterwu
12-15-2007, 11:52 PM
24. New York Giants :: LB Geno Hayes :: Florida State

I gave Aqib Talib long thought here, but I don't think he fits for Spags. I thought other corners, but I thought it was too high. Nod goes to the weakside spot, where an upgrade could be used. Hayes has all the world's potential to be a dynamic player at the position for them.

Xiomera
12-15-2007, 11:53 PM
25. San Diego Chargers :: RB Felix Jones :: Arkansas Razorbacks

D-Unit
12-15-2007, 11:55 PM
26. Seattle Seahawks :: OT Chris Williams :: Vanderbilt Whatevertheyares

What is a Boilermaker??? Anyhow... Williams can step in for the Seahawks nicely at RT.

toonsterwu
12-15-2007, 11:56 PM
27. Pittsburgh Steelers :: CB Aqib Talib :: Kansas

I thought a lot of options here. DL was given long consideration. So was LB. Offensively, OL was a thought. At the end of the day, while their corners have played well, Talib's value was too great for me to pass up here.

Xiomera
12-15-2007, 11:58 PM
28. Jacksonville Jaguars :: DE Derrick Harvey :: Florida Gators a.k.a. Michigan's Worst Nightmare

I didn't think a lot about this pick.

D-Unit
12-16-2007, 12:00 AM
29. San Francisco 49ers :: WR Adarius Bowman :: Oklahoma St

Bowman could be back for the Bowl game and if he performs well there and in post season workouts, he could find himself a nice home in SF. A poor man's TO, I see a new budding star in the making... IF the situation at QB improves.

toonsterwu
12-16-2007, 12:02 AM
30. Green Bay Packers :: CB Jack Ikegwuonu :: Wisconsin

With Ryan Grant's play, this pick is going defense as I'm not sold on OL here. So who? DL seems unlikely, and LB is a weak possibility. Pick's likely a DB. Safety value isn't available, so nod goes CB. Tried and true sounds good, and it was open on underclassmen.

Xiomera
12-16-2007, 12:07 AM
31. Dallas Cowboys :: CB Leodis McKelvin :: Troy

D-Unit made me pick him.

Edit by D-Unit: Pick made prior to Scott's new mock btw ;)

Xiomera
12-16-2007, 12:07 AM
32. New England Patriots :: Forfeited Selection

2nd round to follow . . . maybe

scar988
12-16-2007, 01:40 AM
2. Atlanta Falcons :: DT Glen Dorsey :: LSU Bayou Bengals

This ship isn't sinking. It's sunk. They're going winless the rest of the year. Their reward is landing Dorsey. The Falcons aren't one of the savviest teams when it comes to drafting first rounders. They haven't hit a real home run since... well... I can't remember that last pick that's been exceptional. So Dorsey here falls along the same trend. Not saying he'll be bad, he's just not gonna be the second best player out of this draft.
um yeah, not the savviest team when it comes to first rounders? mayeb before McKay but since McKay let's look at our first rounders:

2004
DeAngelo Hall - 2 time pro bowler and having one this season
Michael Jenkins - drafted to be a #2 and is a good #2.

2005
Roddy White - took him some time to develop but is playing at a pro bowl level this year.

2006
didn't have one

2007
Jamaal Anderson - better run defender than Kerney ever was here, will be a better pass rusher now that Zimmer has let him have free reign at the QB.

so yeah, nice try saying our first roudners don't work. and another thing. good pick in Dorsey. he will make Anderson and Hall that much better by being able to force pressure from the inside as well as stop the run

Jensen
12-16-2007, 01:44 AM
Give the Cardinals Campbell there, no need taking a RB in the 1st round while Edge is still here.

toonsterwu
12-16-2007, 01:45 AM
Give the Cardinals Campbell there, no need taking a RB in the 1st round while Edge is still here.

While the Cardinals weren't my pick ... I'm not sold I see the fit of Campbell for the scheme. I think defensive line wise, guys like Balmer or Tyson Jackson make better sense. Now, I'm not saying RB should be the pick ... just that I'm not sure Campbell is a fit.

ATLDirtyBirds
12-16-2007, 08:24 AM
2. Atlanta Falcons :: DT Glen Dorsey :: LSU Bayou Bengals

This ship isn't sinking. It's sunk. They're going winless the rest of the year. Their reward is landing Dorsey. The Falcons aren't one of the savviest teams when it comes to drafting first rounders. They haven't hit a real home run since... well... I can't remember that last pick that's been exceptional. So Dorsey here falls along the same trend. Not saying he'll be bad, he's just not gonna be the second best player out of this draft.



I'm going to have to assume you forgot about DeAngelo Hall.

Bills2083
12-16-2007, 08:37 AM
We just spent $24 million on Kelsay, and $49 million on Schobel.

Please explain what we would do here. Would we trade Kelsay?

I like Campbell, but we just invested $73 million on two DEs. Malcolm Kelly would be a better pick

Jakey
12-16-2007, 08:55 AM
Nice Steelers pick, especially because Otah and Williams are both off the board. I would like the Steelers to look at WR early on...maybe James Hardy/Earl Bennett/Early Doucet etc etc...

Good mock though, would love to see a round 2!!!

T-RICH49
12-16-2007, 09:29 AM
We have'nt seen much of Croyle because he is alway getting knocked on his butt which makes Jake Long the better pick

bolts2388
12-16-2007, 10:01 AM
25. San Diego Chargers :: RB Felix Jones :: Arkansas Razorbacks

Worst pick ever. I mean if we go looking for a running back its either really late in the rounds or our practice squad guys like Germaine Race or Tyronne Gross.

Matthew Jones
12-16-2007, 10:09 AM
Mike Jenkins? :(

bored of education
12-16-2007, 10:19 AM
Everyone is riding Mike jenkins wang. He is probably 3rd best CB, maybe best man on CB though. I like him but a top 10 pick HA. I gurantee he is between 11-111.

619
12-16-2007, 10:25 AM
Everyone is riding Mike jenkins wang. He is probably 3rd best CB, maybe best man on CB though. I like him but a top 10 pick HA. I gurantee he is between 11-111.

wrong jenkins, malcolm jenkins is the top 10 pick of the two :)

Sveen
12-16-2007, 10:35 AM
19. New Orleans Saints :: OLB Keith Rivers :: Southern California Trojan Mans
As long as it's defense, I'm all for it :)

scottyboy
12-16-2007, 11:21 AM
well, I'm highly upset at the lack of porn, although seeing although Xio and toonster posts come close.

Like the GIants pick. I'd prefer Cason or Smith, but Hayes is a crazy mofo who would have a ball running amuck in Spags' system. an athlete who would finally give us a scary LB who could possibly change the game. plus, Mitchell went to USF making him smelly.

D-Unit
12-16-2007, 12:52 PM
I'm going to have to assume you forgot about DeAngelo Hall.
Actually no. He's good, but not great. I expect the same from Dorsey.

scar988
12-16-2007, 12:58 PM
Actually no. He's good, but not great. I expect the same from Dorsey.

I see no arguement to me huh? good? he's a 2 time pro bowler with a 3rd time likely comign this year. that's pretty good. if anythign the first round is the round Atlanta gets it's talent. cause even before McKay our 1st roudners were Brooking, Kerney and Vick. but yeah... nice try. White has been a good pick considering most WR's take 3-4 years to develop.

D-Unit
12-16-2007, 01:01 PM
I see no arguement to me huh? good? he's a 2 time pro bowler with a 3rd time likely comign this year. that's pretty good. if anythign the first round is the round Atlanta gets it's talent. cause even before McKay our 1st roudners were Brooking, Kerney and Vick. but yeah... nice try. White has been a good pick considering most WR's take 3-4 years to develop.
Roy Williams has been a pro bowler. Doesn't mean much.

Your drafts haven't been that good. That's why your team stinks.

scar988
12-16-2007, 01:04 PM
Roy Williams has been a pro bowler. Doesn't mean much.

Your drafts haven't been that good. That's why your team stinks.

not even close to true. the team sucks right now because we have no OL and no QB. give us an OL, and a QB and we would be a 9 win team easy. Our drafts have produced a very solid defense and a lot of weapons on offense.

D-Unit
12-16-2007, 01:08 PM
Everyone is riding Mike jenkins wang. He is probably 3rd best CB, maybe best man on CB though. I like him but a top 10 pick HA. I gurantee he is between 11-111.
I must admit I was surprised when I saw Toonsters pick yesterday. Then Scott came out with his mock today and I was like... man, how is Toonster is always a step ahead??? ;)

ATLDirtyBirds
12-16-2007, 02:22 PM
Roy Williams has been a pro bowler. Doesn't mean much.

Your drafts haven't been that good. That's why your team stinks.

Atlanta doesn't have nearly the fan base Dallas does, so when someone like DeAngelo makes the probowl, it's because he deserves it.

ATLDirtyBirds
12-16-2007, 02:43 PM
Actually no. He's good, but not great. I expect the same from Dorsey.

That's laughable at best. DeAngelo isn't even 25 yet, and has been the best corner in the league this year, and if not at the very least top 5. If that's not great...

Turtlepower
12-16-2007, 02:45 PM
Am I the only one upset with the false advertising done here? We come to expect something and all of a sudden we click on the thread and see a mock draft. I cry foul.

KILLERSANTA
12-16-2007, 02:55 PM
-Rep..................................I had high hopes for this thread......

skinzzfan25
12-16-2007, 03:44 PM
I'd rather have Calais Campbell at 14 :\

We've tried for years to build the defense through the secondary and it doesn't work. Put a stud opposite of Carter and take away some of the double teams.

Better rush should open up the mistakes and create turnovers.

I know loosing Taylor was a big lose, but Landry really stepped up last game. he shifted over to FS and is playing centerfield well (dropped two should be picks though). Doughty at SS is decent in run support also.

BaLLiN
12-16-2007, 03:46 PM
Geno Hayes profile says he's 6'2'' and 218 pounds, is that not updated or something, because if he's only 218, then i doubt he'd be a first rounder

TACKLE
12-16-2007, 04:31 PM
21. Tennessee Titans :: DE Phillip Merling :: Clemson

I really want to see them take a wide receiver. I really do. But ... but ... something tugs at me that says it might not happen. Defensively, they could use a middle linebacker. But Antwan Odom is an impending FA and a potential everydown end could be an option if they don't resign him. Merling's saying all the right things about staying, but if he's a first rounder ... ?

Very interesting. A name a lot of people forgot about. He is definitely a talent and has really good size at 6'5 280. My question is, how productive has he been this season?

edit: He has 54tkls, 6 sacks and 15 tfl.

DiG
12-16-2007, 05:43 PM
sorry D Unit but we are not taking a cb in rd 1.

Draft King
12-16-2007, 08:43 PM
That's laughable at best. DeAngelo isn't even 25 yet, and has been the best corner in the league this year, and if not at the very least top 5. If that's not great...

And finally Roddy White is making good of his 1st round selection.... I'll give you the Jenkins pick though.

BigDawg819
12-16-2007, 08:52 PM
Having the Ravens take Matt Ryan is like porn for me! :D

Xiomera
12-16-2007, 09:04 PM
Having the Ravens take Matt Ryan is like porn for me! :D

Glad I could get you your fix. http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/forum/images/icons/icon12.gif

BigDawg819
12-16-2007, 09:06 PM
Glad I could get you your fix. http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/forum/images/icons/icon12.gif

Its greatly appreciated, the check is in the mail. ;)

gsorace
12-16-2007, 09:07 PM
I don't really like Chris Long to the Jets but everybody else seems to so I can't blame you.

BigDawg819
12-16-2007, 09:10 PM
I don't really like Chris Long to the Jets but everybody else seems to so I can't blame you.

Yeah why would the Jets want a pass rushing threat?

gsorace
12-16-2007, 09:26 PM
Yeah why would the Jets want a pass rushing threat?

Better question, why would the Jets add an undersized linemen to their already undersized d-line?

D-Unit
12-16-2007, 09:29 PM
sorry D Unit but we are not taking a cb in rd 1.
My thought is that Malcolm Jenkins would play Safety. Occassionally, he's been playing it at Ohio State and I think he fits well there. Obviously not limited to S, but he could do a good job of it, imo.

j05son
12-16-2007, 09:40 PM
32. New England Patriots :: Forfeited Selection

2nd round to follow . . . maybe


A second round would be appreciated. I would like to see who you 3 have the Browns taking.

Caddy
12-16-2007, 09:43 PM
Great Buc pick.

CC.SD
12-16-2007, 09:46 PM
25. San Diego Chargers :: RB Felix Jones :: Arkansas Razorbacks

I thought you guys were putting together a very sensical, good draft right up until this pick. Explanation Xio? LT's not going anywhere.

DiG
12-16-2007, 09:59 PM
My thought is that Malcolm Jenkins would play Safety. Occassionally, he's been playing it at Ohio State and I think he fits well there. Obviously not limited to S, but he could do a good job of it, imo.

yea but if we decide to pick up a safety it will be for a guy that can play SS. a cb/s is more likely to only succeed at safety if he plays FS. landry is more suited for FS as he has already shown against the bills, bears, and again so far tonight.

Xiomera
12-16-2007, 10:00 PM
I thought you guys were putting together a very sensical, good draft right up until this pick. Explanation Xio? LT's not going anywhere.

Turner is leaving. They will want insurance for LT. And despite his best efforts today, Darren Sproles isn't insurance.

I am neither the first, nor the last to suggest that San Diego would take a RB high.

Who would you have given your Chargers?

george_allen
12-16-2007, 10:10 PM
3. St. Louis Rams :: OLB/DE Vernon Gholston :: the Ohio State

It's either OL or an edge threat here for me. Vernon Gholston is an intriguing possibility. If Haslett wants to move to the 3-4, Gholston gives them a potentially ideal 3-4 rush backer. They have the personnel to run a 30 front right now, and the big piece missing is a rush backer. If they stay 4-3, he's the dynamic end that they might need. But ... their offensive line hasn't exactly stood out this year and a lot of possibilities exist. What's the call? Nod goes Vernon Gholston, with the idea that OL depth can be added in round 2. As noted in my separate mock, I wouldn't necessarily rule out QB here ... it'd be a dark, dark, dark darkhorse, but I wouldn't rule it out. McFadden's another thought.



that's the facts, jack!

i would hope the rams take gholston even if they pick 2nd, which it looks like they may very well do.

assuming mcfadden is off the board at the time, i can't see a better match of bpa and need for the rams for all the reasons you've cited.

and i do believe there's enough tackles in this draft (assuming the juniors) for them to pick up a solid prospect in the early round 2 slot they'll have. plus i'm guessing pace will heal up, i think barron is better than he gets credit for and brandon gorin has been showing a little something lately.

as far as a qb - if they didn't take cutler at 10 a couple of drafts back, i can't see them being swayed by anybody available this year in round 1.

one thing i do wonder about, though, with gholston - particularly in comparison to c.long : his intangibles.
i've read through the vernon gholston threads on the draft board and it seems he has a sterling work ethic, is somewhat understated and speaks through his performance. i haven't seen any character questions raised about the guy, but is he the kind of leader that will raise the level of play of the team mates around him?

D-Unit
12-17-2007, 01:54 AM
yea but if we decide to pick up a safety it will be for a guy that can play SS. a cb/s is more likely to only succeed at safety if he plays FS. landry is more suited for FS as he has already shown against the bills, bears, and again so far tonight.
The way Landry is bulking up, SS is probably more suitable for him. He could be the best SS in the game.

EdReedUnstoppable
12-17-2007, 02:54 AM
Horrible Ravens pick but what do you expect from a Red Wings fan!!!

DiG
12-17-2007, 08:01 AM
The way Landry is bulking up, SS is probably more suitable for him. He could be the best SS in the game.

you're way off there. he's made more plays the last 3 games at FS then he did in 11 games at SS. He has the speed, range, and playmaker ability to be a force at FS and already you can see wide receivers backing away from some catchable balls because they know he is near. He played FS at LSU and was a top draft prospect because of it. Had he been drafted by 29 other NFL teams (ravens, colts, and eagles excluded) he would have been starting at FS on day 1. You won't find a FS in the NFL other than ed reed and bob sanders that are able to cover sideline to sideline like Landry can. He also is known to study film on quarterbacks like crazy. If we play him at SS then we arent utilizing his talents. A safety with 4.35 speed that can read the quarterback, hit like a truck, cover, and ball hawk belongs at FS.

Xiomera
12-17-2007, 09:33 AM
Horrible Ravens pick but what do you expect from a Red Wings fan!!!

That's funny because another Ravens fan said it was great earlier in the thread.

All this trash talk is coming right back to you once the Wings beat the Caps tonight. I'm thinking 6-0 final.

EdReedUnstoppable
12-17-2007, 10:55 AM
That's funny because another Ravens fan said it was great earlier in the thread.

All this trash talk is coming right back to you once the Wings beat the Caps tonight. I'm thinking 6-0 final.

You think I honestly believe the Caps are gonna win?

Anywho I just dont like Matt Ryan I mean I like him more than Brohm but I still dont like Ryan.

Vikes99ej
12-17-2007, 11:08 AM
What's the difference between Malcolm Kelly and Sidney Rice? I'd rather have Jackson.

yodabear
12-17-2007, 11:13 AM
C'mon thats not nice, I was expecting tits and ass when I clicked on this thread not an average mock draft.

Smokey Joe
12-18-2007, 09:49 PM
Jake Long at no. 10 to the Bears is worthy of masturbation.