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Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 01:11 PM
EDIT: OK guys, Im sick on people coming on here, reading something that took me 5 hours to do and just posting "It Sucks". If you dont have anything contructive then don't comment. If you don't like your teams picks then give me reasons and I will respond with my thinking and we can discuss things so that I can have input for my next mock. If you just going to be an asshole and post how horrible it is without giving any reasons then please leave and do not bother to reply to my mock. Thank You.

ROUND 1

1 1 Oakland-Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech
2 2 Detroit-Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson
3 3 Cleveland-JaMarcus Russell, QB, Louisiana State
4 4 Tampa Bay-Amobi Okoye, DT, Louisville
5 5 Arizona-Joe Thomas, LT, Wisconsin
6 6 Washington-Patrick Willis, LB, Ole Miss
7 7 Minnesota-Adrian Peterson, RB, Oklahoma
8 8 Atlanta-LaRon Landry, FS, Louisiana State
9 9 Miami-Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame
10 10 Houston-Joe Staley, LT, Central Michigan
11 11 San Francisco-Alan Branch, DT, Michigan
12 12 Buffalo-Adam Carriker, DE, Nebraska
13 13 St. Louis-Jon Beason, LB, Miami (FL)
14 14 Carolina-Greg Olsen, TE, Miami (FL)
15 15 Pittsburgh-Levi Brown, OT, Penn State
16 16 Green Bay-Leon Hall, CB, Michigan
17 17 Jacksonville-Jamaal Anderson, DE, Arkansas
18 18 Cincinnati-Reggie Nelson, FS, Florida
19 19 Tennessee-Jarvis Moss, DE, Florida
20 20 N.Y. Giants-Darrelle Revis, CB, Pittsburgh
21 21 Denver-Michael Griffin, FS, Texas
22 22 Dallas-Dwayne Bowe, WR, Louisiana State
23 23 Kansas City-Chris Houston, CB, Arkansas
24 24 New England-Paul Posluzsny, LB, Penn State
25 25 N.Y. Jets-Anthony Spencer, DE/OLB, Purdue
26 26 Philadelphia-Marshawn Lynch, RB, California
27 27 New Orleans-Ted Ginn, Jr., WR, Ohio State
28 28 New England-Brian Leonard, FB, Rutgers
29 29 Baltimore-Lawrence Timmons, OLB, Florida State
30 30 San Diego-Dwayne Jarrett, WR, Southern California
31 31 Chicago-David Harris, LB, Michigan
32 32 Indianapolis-Aaron Ross, CB, Texas

ROUND 2

1 33 Oakland-Justin Harrell, DT, Tennessee
2 34 Detroit-Ben Grubbs, OG, Auburn
3 35 Tampa Bay-Eric Weddle, SS, Utah
4 36 Cleveland-Antonio Pittman, RB, Ohio State
5 37 Chicago-Arron Sears, OG, Tennessee
6 38 Arizona-Ryan Kalil, C, Southern California
7 39 Atlanta-Tony Ugoh, OT, Arkansas
8 40 Miami-Robert Meachem, WR, Tennessee
9 41 Minnesota-Steve Smith, WR, Southern California
10 42 San Francisco-Ray McDonald, DE, Florida
11 43 Buffalo-Marcus McCauley, CB, Fresno State
12 44 Atlanta-Anthony Gonzalez, WR, Ohio State
13 45 Carolina-Buster Davis, LB, Florida State
14 46 Pittsburgh-Stewart Bradley, OLB, Nebraska
15 47 Green Bay-Sidney Rice, WR, South Carolina
16 48 Jacksonville-Brandon Siler, LB, Florida
17 49 Cincinnati-Justin Durant, LB, Hampton
18 50 Tennessee-Tanard Jackson, CB, Syracuse
19 51 N.Y. Giants-James Marten, OT, Boston College
20 52 St. Louis-Victor Abiamiri, DE, Notre Dame
21 53 Dallas-Quentin Moses, DE/OLB, Georgia
22 54 Kansas City-Craig Davis, WR, Louisiana State
23 55 Seattle-Zach Miller, TE, Arizona State
24 56 Denver-Charles Johnson, DE, Georgia
25 57 Philadelphia-Aaron Rouse, SS, Virginia Tech
26 58 New Orleans-Eric Wright, CB, UNLV
27 59 N.Y. Jets-Turk McBride, DE, Tennessee
28 60 Miami-Justin Blalock, OG, Texas
29 61 Baltimore-Trent Edwards, QB, Stanford
30 62 San Diego-Anthony Waters, LB, Clemson
31 63 N.Y. Jets-Josh Beekman, OG, Boston College
32 64 Tampa Bay-Quinn Pitcock, DT, Ohio State

ROUND 3

1 65 Oakland-Ben Patrick, TE, Delaware
2 66 Detroit-Josh Wilson, CB, Maryland
3 67 Cleveland-DeMarcus Tyler, DT, North Carolina State
4 68 Tampa Bay-Ryan Harris, OT, Notre Dame
5 69 Arizona-Tim Crowder, DE, Texas
6 70 Denver-Ryan McBean, DT, Oklahoma State
7 71 Miami-Brandon Meriweather, FS, Miami (FL)
8 72 Minnesota-Ikakia Alama-Francis, DE, Hawaii
9 73 Houston-Daymeion Hughes, CB, California
10 74 Buffalo-Kenny Irons, RB, Auburn
11 75 Atlanta-Michael Bush, RB, Louisville
12 76 San Francisco-Jason Hill, WR, Washington State
13 77 Pittsburgh-Tony Hunt, RB, Penn State
14 78 Green Bay-Matt Spaeth, TE, Minnesota
15 79 Jacksonville-Sabby Piscitelli, SS, Oregon State
17 80 Tennessee-Aundrae Allison, WR, East Carolina
18 81 N.Y. Giants-Stephen Nicholas, LB, South Florida
19 82 St. Louis-Drew Stanton, QB, Michigan State
20 83 Carolina-John Wendling, SS, Wyoming
21 84 Kansas City-Brandon Mebane, DT, California
22 85 Seattle-Manuel Ramirez, OG, Texas Tech
23 86 Denver-Jacoby Jones, WR, Lane
24 87 Dallas-Marshal Yanda, OG, Iowa
25 88 New Orleans-Andy Alleman, OG, Akron
26 89 N.Y. Jets-Fred Bennett, CB, South Carolina
27 90 Philadelphia-Kareem Brown, DT, Miami (FL)
28 91 New England-Jonathan Wade, CB, Tennessee
29 92 Buffalo-H.B. Blades, LB, Pittsburgh
30 93 San Diego-Josh Gattis, FS, Wake Forest
31 94 Chicago-Lorenzo Booker, RB, Florida State
32 95 Indianapolis-Quincy Black, LB, New Mexico
33 96 San Diego-Kolby Smith, RB, Louisville
34 97 San Francisco-Zak DeOssie, LB, Brown
35 98 Indianapolis-Paul Williams, WR, Fresno State
36 99 Oakland-Samson Satele, C, Hawaii

ROUND 4

1 100 Oakland-Kevin Kolb, QB, Houston
2 101 Detroit-Tim Shaw, LB, Penn State
3 102 Tampa Bay-David Irons, CB, Auburn
4 103 Cleveland-Mason Crosby, K, Colorado
5 104 San Francisco-Brandon Jackson, RB, Nebraska
6 105 Arizona-Travarous Bain, CB, Hampton
7 106 Minnesota-Courtney Taylor, WR, Auburn
8 107 Houston-Johnnie Lee Higgins, WR, Texas- El Paso
9 108 Miami-Doug Free, LT, Northern Illinois
10 109 Atlanta-Rufus Alexander, LB, Oklahoma
11 110 San Francisco-Mansfield Wrotto, OG, Georgia Tech
12 111 Buffalo-Scott Chandler, TE, Iowa
13 112 Green Bay-DeShawn Wynn, RB, Florida
14 113 Jacksonville-Uche Nwaneri, OG, Purdue
15 114 Cincinnati-Chansi Stucky, WR, Clemson
16 115 Tennessee-Antonio Johnson, DT, Mississippi State
17 116 N.Y. Giants-Joe Newton, TE, Oregon State
18 117 St. Louis-Dallas Baker, WR, Florida
19 118 Carolina-Kenny Scott, CB, Georgia Tech
20 119 Pittsburgh-LaMarr Woodley, DE/OLB, Michigan
21 120 Seattle-Marvin White, S, Texas Christian
22 121 Atlanta-Mike Jones, OG, Iowa
23 122 Dallas-Jay Moore, DE, Nebraska
24 123 New Orleans-Kevin Boss, TE, Western Oregon
25 124 San Francisco-Marcus Thomas, DT, Florida
26 125 New Orleans-John Beck, QB, BYU
27 126 New Orleans-Dallas Sartz, LB, Southern California
28 127 New England-Michael Johnson, S, Arizona
29 128 Tennessee-Troy Smith, QB, Ohio State
30 129 San Diego-Laurent Robinson, WR, Illinois State
31 130 Chicago-Martrez Milner, TE, Georgia
32 131 Indianapolis-Dwayne Wright, RB, Fresno State
33 132 Pittsburgh-Jon Abbate, LB, Wake Forest
34 133 Atlanta-C.J. Gattis, CB, Clemson
35 134 Baltimore-Adam Koets, OT, Oregon State
36 135 San Francisco-Jordan Palmer, QB, Texas- El Paso
37 136 Indianapolis-Paul Soliai, DT, Utah
38 137 Baltimore-A.J. Davis, CB, Fresno State

ROUND 5

1 138 Oakland-Allen Barbre, OT, Missouri Southern State
2 139 Detroit-Tyler Palko, QB, Pittsburgh
3 140 Cleveland-Dan Bazuin, DE/OLB, Central Michigan
4 141 Tampa Bay-Rory Johnson, OLB, Ole Miss
5 142 Arizona-Brian Robison, DE/OLB, Texas
6 143 Washington-Gerald Alexander, S, Boise State
7 144 Houston-Michael Okwo, OLB, Stanford
8 145 Detroit-Doug Datish, OL, Ohio State
9 146 Minnesota-Earl Everett, OLB, Florida
10 147 San Francisco-Baraka Atkins, DE, Miami (FL)
11 148 St. Louis-Darius Walker, RB, Notre Dame
12 149 Atlanta-Chris Leak, QB, Florida
13 150 Jacksonville-Leroy Harris, OG, North Carolina State
14 151 Cincinnati-Tarell Brown, CB, Texas
15 152 Tennessee-Jon Cornish, RB, Kansas
16 153 N.Y. Giants-Chris Henry, RB, Arizona
17 154 Detroit-Desmond Bishop, LB, California
18 155 Carolina-Mario Henderson, OT, Florida State
19 156 Pittsburgh-DeAndre Jackson, CB, Iowa State
20 157 Green Bay-C.J. Ah You, DE, Oklahoma
21 158 Detroit-David Clowney, WR, Virginia Tech
22 159 Dallas-Kevin Payne, S, Louisiana-Monroe
23 160 Kansas City-Chase Pittman, DE, Louisiana State
24 161 Seattle-Isaiah Stanback, QB/WR, Washington
25 162 Philadelphia-Chris Davis, WR/KR, Florida State
26 163 New Orleans-Jay Alford, DT, Penn State
27 164 N.Y. Jets-Rhema McKnight, WR, Notre Dame
28 165 Oakland-Jacob Ford, DE, Central Arkansas
29 166 Baltimore-Dan Mozes, C, West Virginia
30 167 San Diego-Marvin Mitchell, LB, Tennessee
31 168 Chicago-Anthony Arline, CB, Baylor
32 169 Indianapolis-Matt Moore, QB, Oregon State
33 170 Pittsburgh-Clark Harris, TE, Rutgers
34 171 New England-Derek Landri, DE, Louisiana State
35 172 San Diego-Mike Walker, WR, Central Florida
36 173 Indianapolis-Nate Harris, LB, Louisville
37 174 Baltimore-Kenneth Darby, RB, Alabama

ROUND 6

1 175 Oakland-Brandon Myles, WR, West Virginia
2 176 Denver-Prescott Burgess, OLB, Michigan
3 177 N.Y. Jets-Justin Hickman, OLB/DE, UCLA
4 178 Cleveland-Dan Santucci, OG, Notre Dame
5 179 Washington-Quintin Echols, DT, Kansas State
6 180 New England-Michael Allan, TE, Whitworth
7 181 Miami-Michael Coe, CB, Alabama State
8 182 Minnesota-Daren Stone, S, Maine
9 183 Houston-Mkristo Bruce, DE, Washington State
10 184 Buffalo-Ryan Smith, CB, Florida
11 185 Atlanta-Joe Cohen, DT, Florida
12 186 San Francisco-Garrett Wolfe, RB, Northern Illinois
13 187 Cincinnati-Brandon Frye, OT, Virginia Tech
14 188 Tennessee-Justin Medlock, K, UCLA
15 189 N.Y. Giants-Tala Esera, OG, Hawaii
16 190 St. Louis-Xzavie Jackson, DE, Missouri
17 191 Carolina-Tony Taylor, LB, Georgia
18 192 Pittsburgh-KaMichael Hall, LB, Georgia Tech
19 193 Green Bay-Juwan Simpson, LB, Oklahoma
20 194 Jacksonville-LaRon McClain, FB, Alabama
21 195 Dallas-Steve Breaston, WR, Michigan
22 196 Kansas City-Joel Filani, WR, Texas Tech
23 197 Seattle-Dustin Fry, C, Clemson
24 198 Denver-David Jones, CB, Wingate
25 199 Miami-Antwan Barnes, OLB/DE, Florida International
26 200 Dallas-Kasey Studdard, OG, Texas
27 201 Philadelphia-Marquice Cole, CB, Northwestern
28 202 New England-Julius Wilson, OT, UAB
29 203 Baltimore-Clifton Ryan, DT, Michigan State
30 204 Tennessee-Courtney Brown, CB, Cal Poly
31 205 Washington-Cameron Stephenson, OG Rutgers
32 206 Tennessee-Yamon Figurs, WR, Kansas State
33 207 Baltimore-Eric Frampton, S, Washington State
34 208 New England-Blair Phillips, LB, Oregon
35 209 New England-Jared Zabransky, QB, Boise State
36 210 Seattle-Victor DeGrate, DE, Oklahoma State

ROUND 7

1 211 Oakland-Sam Olajubutu, LB, Arkansas
2 212 Dallas-David Patterson, DE, Ohio State
3 213 Cleveland-Keith Jackson, NT, Arkansas
4 214 Tampa Bay-Thomas Clayton, RB, Kansas State
5 215 Arizona-Ramonce Taylor, RB, Texas College
6 216 Washington-Adam Podlesh, P, Maryland
7 217 Minnesota-Jeremy Clark, DT, Alabama
8 218 Houston-Jason Snelling, FB, Virginia
9 219 Miami-Tim Duckworth, OG, Auburn
10 220 New Orleans-Leonard Peters, S, Hawaii
11 221 Chicago-Jacob Bender, OT, Nicholls State
12 222 Buffalo-Kevin McLee, OLB, West Virginia
13 223 Tennessee-Kyle Young, C, Fresno State
14 224 N.Y. Giants-Daniel Sepulveda, P, Baylor
15 225 Miami-Jay Richardson, DE, Ohio State
16 226 Carolina-Antwan Applewhite, DE, San Diego State
17 227 Pittsburgh-Ryan Moore, WR, Miami (FL)
18 228 Green Bay-Louis Leonard, DT, Fresno State
19 229 Jacksonville-Chris Denman, OT, Fresno State
20 230 Cincinnati-Jeff Rowe, QB, Nevada
21 231 Kansas City-Chad Nkang, OLB, Elon
22 232 Seattle-Brandon Harrison, S, Stanford
23 233 Denver-Matt Toeaina, DT, Oregon
24 234 Dallas-Tim Mixon, CB, California
25 235 Green Bay-Corey Hilliard, OG, Oklahoma State
26 236 Philadelphia-Gabe Hall, OT, Texas Tech
27 237 Dallas-Justin Warren, LB, Texas A&M
28 238 Miami-Cory Anderson, FB, Tennessee
29 239 Buffalo-Zac Taylor, QB, Nebraska
30 240 San Diego-Mike Otto, OT, Purdue
31 241 Chicago-Jackie Battle, FB, Houston
32 242 Indianapolis-Chase Johnson, OT, Wyoming
33 243 Green Bay-Abraham Wright, DE, Colorado
34 244 Atlanta-Nick Folk, K, Arizona
35 245 Tampa Bay-Gijon Robinson, TE, Missouri Western
36 246 Tampa Bay-Jessie Daniels, SS, Louisiana State
37 247 New England-Duane Coleman, CB, Clemson
38 248 St. Louis-Ryne Robinson, WR, Miami (OH)
39 249 St. Louis-Scott Stephenson, C, Iowa State
40 250 N.Y. Giants-James Pinkney, QB, East Carolina
41 251 Jacksonville-Oscar Lua, LB, Southern California
42 252 Jacksonville-Zach Catanese, S, Arizona State
43 253 Cincinnati-Noland Burchette, DE, Virginia Tech
44 254 Oakland-Tyrone Moss, RB, Miami (FL)
45 255 Detroit-Ola Dagunduro, DT, Nebraska

SeanTaylorRIP
04-16-2007, 01:15 PM
Patrick Willis is a great player but an awful pick for the skins.

fenikz
04-16-2007, 01:18 PM
love the cardinals draft

Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 01:19 PM
Patrick Willis is a great player but an awful pick for the skins.

They just offered that same pick for Lance Briggs so obviously its not too far fetched.

SeanTaylorRIP
04-16-2007, 01:32 PM
They just offered that same pick for Lance Briggs so obviously its not too far fetched.

Willis is a ILB, Briggs is a OLB, and if it weren't for the fact that he is possibly the best LB in the league in terms of age and where he already is we would not be looking LB.

hugegmenfan
04-16-2007, 01:34 PM
good giants draft on the whole
4th round give us laurent robinson over a TE and then give us a TE 7th round

ThePudge
04-16-2007, 01:40 PM
Tarrell Brown and the Bengals doesn't work, he's had legal issues, so needless to say, he's not on their board. Decent draft though as Nelson, Durant, and Stuckey all fit.

Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 01:50 PM
Willis is a ILB, Briggs is a OLB, and if it weren't for the fact that he is possibly the best LB in the league in terms of age and where he already is we would not be looking LB.

Willis can play both ILB and OLB. Briggs is considered a system LB as a product of the Bears style of defense and is not even the best LB on his team. Besides find me someone else that would fit Washington better at that spot.

Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 01:51 PM
Tarrell Brown and the Bengals doesn't work, he's had legal issues, so needless to say, he's not on their board. Decent draft though as Nelson, Durant, and Stuckey all fit.

There's so many people that have legal troubles that I can't keep track of all of them so sorry if the Titans or Bengals end up with one.

21ST
04-16-2007, 01:56 PM
Willis can play both ILB and OLB. Briggs is considered a system LB as a product of the Bears style of defense and is not even the best LB on his team. Besides find me someone else that would fit Washington better at that spot.

Laron Landry

AdrianWilson12
04-16-2007, 01:59 PM
I don't like the Cardinals mock after Thomas. We signed Johnson from the Cowboys so he could start. We don't need Kalil. OLB is our second biggest need and you haven't addressed that until the 5th. Robison is a blitzer, and we need a guy who can help out in coverage.

Go_Eagles77
04-16-2007, 02:06 PM
Very iffy eagles mock.

Jay
04-16-2007, 02:10 PM
Kudos for doing a 7 rounder, not stoked about the Patriots picks, though. Although, I think it would be cool if we brought in Jared Zabransky in the sixth...

Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 02:13 PM
I don't like the Cardinals mock after Thomas. We signed Johnson from the Cowboys so he could start. We don't need Kalil. OLB is our second biggest need and you haven't addressed that until the 5th. Robison is a blitzer, and we need a guy who can help out in coverage.

Johnson can be moved to OG and still start which would upgrade two spots. Wisenhunt knows the value of OL and Kalil is was too talented for him to let Kalil slide by. The Cards announced they will be using more 3-4 sets on defense this season which is why you need a blitzer like Robison to try to add that dimesion that is not currently there. Tim Crowder can also help out as a 3-4 OLB in addition to playing 4-3 DE for your team.

Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 02:17 PM
Go Eagles 77 and Jay, info on what is wrong with your team's picks. Just telling me you dont like them in not constructive and really does nothing. Give me reasons and we can discuss them and it will help me on my next mock.

the_legend_killer
04-16-2007, 02:26 PM
Overall I was quite happy with the vikings draft. Peterson, Smith (Although I would've preferred Sidney Rice), Francis and Taylor were all pretty good picks.

JPF
04-16-2007, 02:31 PM
Panthers need to come out of the draft with a safety that can start right away and not be a liability, that doesn't happen in your mock which would basically nullify the first 3 rounds.

4th and 5th rounds, CB and OT really aren't needs, though I could see taking a corner for depth especially if it's someone that could be really valuable as a returner, which is a possibility with Scott. 6th round is a decent pick. 7th round- DE could probably stand to be addressed earlier.

Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 02:46 PM
Panthers need to come out of the draft with a safety that can start right away and not be a liability, that doesn't happen in your mock which would basically nullify the first 3 rounds.


They take John Wendling in round 3. I don't know where you want to find a safety that can start right away and not be a liability? Even 1st round safeties have issues and any rookie you play in going to be a liability until he establishes himself and learns how to play the NFL game.

Not sure how you can say the 1st 3 rounds are nullified just because you don't get the guy you want.

T-RICH49
04-16-2007, 03:13 PM
not thrilled.We need OL and badly

gbpackers0065
04-16-2007, 03:17 PM
horrific for packers

MasterShake
04-16-2007, 03:23 PM
You have SF picking FOUR d-lineman....for a 3-4 team thats beyond insane.

and you have us picking 2 RBs....we could use 1 possible...not 2, unless one of them is a FB.

Jensen
04-16-2007, 03:25 PM
Pretty good Cardinals draft.

JPF
04-16-2007, 03:26 PM
They take John Wendling in round 3. I don't know where you want to find a safety that can start right away and not be a liability? Even 1st round safeties have issues and any rookie you play in going to be a liability until he establishes himself and learns how to play the NFL game.

Not sure how you can say the 1st 3 rounds are nullified just because you don't get the guy you want.

So what you're saying is that Wendling could start Week 1 and not be more of a liability than Reggie Nelson? Nor do you see how switching that first rounder would require changing the rest of the first day for the Panthers?

That's absolutely brilliant!

LitoSheppard
04-16-2007, 03:29 PM
lol?...
I would like this pick..but it is way unrealistic..this whole mock draft SUCKS completley, not just the Eagles pick BTW.

Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 04:05 PM
So what you're saying is that Wendling could start Week 1 and not be more of a liability than Reggie Nelson? Nor do you see how switching that first rounder would require changing the rest of the first day for the Panthers?

That's absolutely brilliant!

I love how you completely put words into my mouth. I said anyone you draft is going to be a liability in the pro game. I never said Wendling would be less of a liability then Reggie Nelson.

Also like I said just because you don't like the 1st round does not mean it is unrealistic or will not happen. Saying that my entire 1st day is nullified just because you don't believe that it will happen is egotistical and close minded to other options avialible to you. Reggie Nelson is a reach at 14 which is why the Panthers go in another direction. In no way should that "nullify" the entire 1st day just because you dont like the 1st round pick.

Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 04:13 PM
You have SF picking FOUR d-lineman....for a 3-4 team thats beyond insane.

and you have us picking 2 RBs....we could use 1 possible...not 2, unless one of them is a FB.

Unless I missed something. SF only takes 3 DLs and DL is their weakest spot. Branch plays the middle and Atkins and McDonald provide depth at DE.

One of the RBs is a KR/PR and probably will be limited to that role in the NFL.

Plus you get help at OL, WR and ILB. What else do you want?

Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 04:16 PM
not thrilled.We need OL and badly

KC needs just about everything. Youth at CB. Help at DE and DT. OL and WR. Sorry if I couldn't hit every one of you needs with only 6 picks.

Acreboy
04-16-2007, 04:23 PM
Saints

Round 1) Good pick, great value

Round 2) Great pick, I think he's the most talented CB in this draft

Round 3) Don't know too much about this guy to say anything

Round 4) Like the Sartz and Beck picks, don't know much about Boss

Round 5) OK I guess

Round 6) None

Round 7) OK I guess

neko4
04-16-2007, 04:29 PM
Terrible 1st rounder for Green Bay and the rest isnt that impressive. CB is in no way a 1st day need in title town

Xiomera
04-16-2007, 04:32 PM
Give Detroit a Defensive Back in Round 2. They don't need an O-lineman, as much as I like Grubbs.

Decent mock for Detroit, though I hate the Palko pick.

WooWoo21
04-16-2007, 04:41 PM
Kudos on having the patience to do a 7th rounder, I still havent made it through a 1st. With that being said the Bills draft worries me. You have them taking Carriker, and the last thing we need is a DE because we just re-signed Kelsay and Schobel. You did fill in our needs at RB, OLB, and CB I just dont like the order they are in. Cornerback is a concern for us, but we dont need more than one considering we already have five on the roster. All in all having the where with all to attempt a seven rounder is admirable, just didnt like the outcome of it.

ricky bobby
04-16-2007, 04:56 PM
Decent Giants draft.

T-Rat42
04-16-2007, 05:19 PM
Wow. Nice mock, one of the best 7 rounders I've seen. Great Vikings picks too. That would be almost ideal for us. However I think they would go with Sidney Rice over Steve Smith in the second round because we're more in need of a possesion receiver than a smaller speedy slot type of receiver. Francis would be a great pick in the 3rd round but I dont know if we could pass up on a playmaker like Daymeion Hughes if he's there. I could see either picks as great possibilities. Courtney Taylor is also a great 4th rounder. Overall the mock is definitely deserving of a B if not an A.

PoopSandwich
04-16-2007, 05:21 PM
Cleveland's draft is AMAZING.

If I could change one thing, it would be that we get Blalock in round 2, even though I am a big Pittman supporter, we need the o-line help.

Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 05:26 PM
Cleveland's draft is AMAZING.

If I could change one thing, it would be that we get Blalock in round 2, even though I am a big Pittman supporter, we need the o-line help.

Even with the addition of Steinbech?

Bengals1690
04-16-2007, 05:30 PM
Tarrell Brown and the Bengals doesn't work, he's had legal issues, so needless to say, he's not on their board. Decent draft though as Nelson, Durant, and Stuckey all fit.

i disagree, we absolutley have to get a corner 1st two rounds. Durant is not a good value there, if we are gonna get him we had better trade down.

i like Stuckey, but our recivers are fine. Rather have best DPA there maybe draft one later.

btw, dont get pissy when you make a mock. If you cant take the critisms then just stop trying, you will never get it 100% right.

chief_fan88
04-16-2007, 05:44 PM
KC needs just about everything. Youth at CB. Help at DE and DT. OL and WR. Sorry if I couldn't hit every one of you needs with only 6 picks.

We dont really need help at DE nessicarily, because we have 2 good starters with Allen and Hali, and pretty good back ups in Wilkerson and Hicks, not that i dont think we could draft one but if we do it will probably be in the 6th or 7th rd, or unless they can be moved to DT.

We do need youth at cb but Herm apparently doesnt like drafting DBs in the first, he looks to later rds, such as last year (Pollard S 2nd rd, Maxey CB 5th rd ?, Page S 7th rd), although thats not really a bad pick, just doesnt seem likely.

WR although may be a need, its just as doubtful as a DB in the first, because we all know how Herm loves to abuse RBs, which would then make sense to take OL, especially with Shields retiring.

DT and OL would be the smartest and safest picks cause we need help badly at those 2 spots, not just depth, but STARTERS. With the first three picks i would look for us to maybe go with OL, DL, then WR, at least thats what i THINK will happen, maybe not nesscarily in that order, but you get the point.

But overall, the 1st three rds were decent, i wouldnt be totally upset if thats what would happen with those, but we REALLY do need OL help in the worst way.

Matthew Jones
04-16-2007, 05:50 PM
Nice effort. I can definitey see the Patriots grabbing Posluszny in the first. Not sure about Leonard - the Patriots don't really seem like they would be a team to draft two running backs in the first round in two consecutive years. After signing Sammy Morris (who himself is a RB/FB tweener), I don't really see it. There have been some rumors which have the Patriots grabbing Leonard at #28, but that is more of a trade-down option in my eyes and New England would be moving into the high forties if they were planning on doing that. I'm not sure Leonard is worth taking that high. I would prefer a Eric Weddle there, as I feel he is a very versatile, smart guy, who would play a more important role for the Patriots. Aaron Ross is another possibility there, as things tend to drop off a bit after him. Only four corners in the draft are really first-round grades right now (him along with Revis, Houston, and Hall), so I think they'd go with him as there is a real drop-off after that and Ross is probably considered a better prospect than Leonard by most, if not all, NFL teams. New England has no second-rounder so I don't think they waste a first rounder on someone who will most likely be a situational back for them. I would really like Jonathan Wade in the third, though. I think he is a great player and someone who would really be the best player available at that point and definitely someone who could contribute immediately as a situational guy, and more if they decide that they can't sign Asante Samuel. So Posluszny and Weddle in the first with him in the third would be very nice. Not too sure about Michael Johnson there. If New England hadn't taken Brian Leonard, I think Dwayne Wright would be a great pick there, and I think at this point, the higest-rated player on the board is Paul Soliai, an ideal 3-4 NT, so he could be the fourth rounder as well in that situation. Dan Bazuin and then Doug Datish are two other possibilities. Not sure about Landri. He wouldn't really be terrible, but I think they could do better there. Brandon Myles, Prescott Burgess, and Dan Santucci are guys I like, so one of them would be good. I do like Michael Allan as someone with a lot of potential. Daren Stone is a possibility as well, and so is Le'Ron McClain. McClain could even get into the starting spot by the end of the year. I don't really know much about Julius Wilson, but I don't think he'd be able to displace anyone on the line and would probably just be depth, so I would maybe go somewhere else based on the scouting report I checked. Eric Frampton would be a better pick there, I think. Blair Phillips is another guy that I'm not too sold on, just because he seems a bit lazy and people have been questioning how smart he is. He's also not a very good athlete. Kyle Young, Thomas Clayton, and Tim Mixon are probably the best players on the board there. Jared Zabransky, I could see. New England may try and move Matt Cassel and Zabransky's the type of person they would target. He could project to WR as well, and actually scored the highest Wonderlic for quarterbacks, I believe. Great pick there. Not sure about Duane Coleman, but I suppose it's a decent pick. I would like Zach Catanese personally, but it's the seventh round. Overall, I liked the Patriots mock, but Weddle over Leonard in the first would have made it better.

cordscords
04-16-2007, 05:51 PM
Terrible Packers mock.

Lynch and Meriweather should be slam dunks.

portis_clinton
04-16-2007, 06:00 PM
Patrick Willis is a really bad pick for the Redskins. The real attraction to Lance Briggs is that he is

A) A proven player, the Skins love their proven players.

B) He comes with a later draft pick, something the Skins would rather have than paying an unproven talent loads of cash.

Any other DL or DB selection is better.

ricky bobby
04-16-2007, 06:11 PM
The Giants would also like to claim Usama Young, Walter Thomas and Laron Harris as UDFAs.

Gridiron
04-16-2007, 06:16 PM
Great Jets mock, although I'd prefer Walker over McKnight.

Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 06:19 PM
btw, dont get pissy when you make a mock. If you cant take the critisms then just stop trying, you will never get it 100% right.

Did you read anything I posted? I asked for critisms. I want critisms and I love to discuss my mock. What I don't want is someone coming and saying "this mock sucks" and then not adding anything constructive like the GB guy did 3 posts ago. That doesn't help me at all and is a waste of my time and everyone else's on here.

Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 06:22 PM
The Giants would also like to claim Usama Young, Walter Thomas and Laron Harris as UDFAs.

Can we get a little bit more picky?

OhioState
04-16-2007, 06:28 PM
no way the pack passes on Marshawn Lynch.
I also do not see David Harris in the first round. I think you let troy smith and lamarr woodley fall way too far.

Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 06:35 PM
no way the pack passes on Marshawn Lynch.
I also do not see David Harris in the first round. I think you let troy smith and lamarr woodley fall way too far.

Lynch's off the field problems and the new NFL policies have him slides down draft boards quickly.

Troy Smith is a 4th round prospect. Ask anyone on the draft sites all over the internet and they will tell you the same thing. I know your an Ohio State fan but Smith is slotted where he should be.

I'll agree with Woodley as he should go a round or two higher but that's just how things worked out and crazier things have happened on draft day.

David Harris has been talked about sneaking into the low 1st for some time now.

cordscords
04-16-2007, 07:01 PM
Did you read anything I posted? I asked for critisms. I want critisms and I love to discuss my mock. What I don't want is someone coming and saying "this mock sucks" and then not adding anything constructive like the GB guy did 3 posts ago. That doesn't help me at all and is a waste of my time and everyone else's on here.


Leon Hall- We dont need Hall because Harris and Woodsen are just fine, and have plenty of years left on their contracts.

Sidney Rice- I think this would be solid value, but Driver and Jennings are fantastic as a #1 and #2. And I dont think we need to start worrying about a Driver decline quite yet, and a Moss deal could still happen.

Better?

asmitty45
04-16-2007, 07:07 PM
Decent Lions picks, not so sure about Grubbs in rd 2

JPF
04-16-2007, 07:39 PM
I love how you completely put words into my mouth. I said anyone you draft is going to be a liability in the pro game. I never said Wendling would be less of a liability then Reggie Nelson.

Also like I said just because you don't like the 1st round does not mean it is unrealistic or will not happen. Saying that my entire 1st day is nullified just because you don't believe that it will happen is egotistical and close minded to other options avialible to you. Reggie Nelson is a reach at 14 which is why the Panthers go in another direction. In no way should that "nullify" the entire 1st day just because you dont like the 1st round pick.

First, a reach at 14 yet you have him going at 18? Four picks is hardly a reach.

Second, I never said you're entire first day. What I meant when I said that based on what you had happening for the PANTHERS it nullified the first three rounds was that it basically made those picks not really work for them. Not my fault if you read something into the post that wasn't there.

Third, yea. I'm so close minded about the Panthers options other than Safety in the first round, yet yours is the only mock that I've really had to get into it what the Panthers may need despite the fact many of them have the same first round pick for the Panthers that you do.

*insert rolling eyes smilie here*

Anyway, I'm done wasting my time discussing this. We'll just need to agree to disagree on this issue.

Don't get me wrong, I respect the time and effort it takes to do one of these...I remember when I use to have the time.

Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 07:49 PM
Leon Hall- We dont need Hall because Harris and Woodsen are just fine, and have plenty of years left on their contracts.

Sidney Rice- I think this would be solid value, but Driver and Jennings are fantastic as a #1 and #2. And I dont think we need to start worrying about a Driver decline quite yet, and a Moss deal could still happen.

Better?

I've read rumbling that Woodson could move to safety which is what leads to the Hall pick and would solve two holes for them. Rice is based more on value then anything.

cordscords
04-16-2007, 09:48 PM
I've read rumbling that Woodson could move to safety which is what leads to the Hall pick and would solve two holes for them. Rice is based more on value then anything.

I think the reason Woodson chose GB over TB was because the Packers promised him they wouldnt convert him to a safety.

kalbears13
04-16-2007, 09:58 PM
Even with the addition of Steinbech?

yeah, we still need OL help. Steinbech can only play on one side sadly.

Good Browns Mock. One of the best 7 round browns mocks.

Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 10:00 PM
I think the reason Woodson chose GB over TB was because the Packers promised him they wouldnt convert him to a safety.

Maybe so but it's clear he's not as good as he once was and just about everyone agrees he's better off at safety. If they dont covert him this season, then maybe next season or they just cut him if it gets to be a problem. Either way, there's no arguing the Leon Hall is a great value at that spot and could potentially go there based on that alone. I know the Packers have bigger issues but Hall could still very ewll end up being the pick.

Joeyjr09
04-16-2007, 10:05 PM
yeah, we still need OL help. Steinbech can only play on one side sadly.

Good Browns Mock. One of the best 7 round browns mocks.

Yea but after spending heavily on Steinbech, Bentley, and Shaffer last season. Plus trading for every backup center in the league and having solid guys like Coleman, Andruzzi, and Fraley, it just seems like they are content building the line thru FA and trades instead of drafting it. I mean, I'm pretty sure that you can get a fairly solid five man line out of Steinbach, Coleman, Andruzzi, Fraley, Shaffer and Dorsey. Plus if Bentley ever makes it back, you'll have one of the better interior lines in the league. Not sure you need anything other then late round projects on the line by the way your coaching staff set it up.

neko4
04-16-2007, 10:09 PM
Maybe so but it's clear he's not as good as he once was and just about everyone agrees he's better off at safety. If they dont covert him this season, then maybe next season or they just cut him if it gets to be a problem. Either way, there's no arguing the Leon Hall is a great value at that spot and could potentially go there based on that alone. I know the Packers have bigger issues but Hall could still very ewll end up being the pick.

http://www.nfl.com/players/playerpage/12841

Woodson had the best year of his career with 8 picks and 12 defended passes

TheMikey10
04-16-2007, 10:35 PM
Even though i think jarvis moss has a great NFL Future, i think that at 19 the Titans have to address either WR (preferably), or CB if they feel that PacMan may never be able to play a full season without suspension and the like, after that though, tanard and allison are both solid picks, johnson is aight, troy smith is a wasted pick, wed go for more of a traditional, big pocket passer, i like the cornish pick ALOT, although i think wed be better served taking RB at either the johnson or smith spot, hate medlock there, bironas is solid and should be around a LONG time, courtney brown GREAT PICK! and kyle young is another SUPERB pick. Overall a B Titans draft, would be an A if Smith and Medlock were switched with other positions, and an A+ if we went say revis/houston at 19, then c johnson/moses/abiamiri at 50

bored of education
04-16-2007, 10:55 PM
For KC:
Houston, Davis, Mebane would be a stellar 1st day .if we didn't need OL badly. but you didnt have us picking up ANY OLinemen. Will Shields retired btw if you didnt know.

Based on your picks and whats left I'd give this draft I will make an A
1. Robert Meachem
2. Justin Blalock
3. Lamar Woodley
5. Michael Coe
6. Clifton Ryan
7. Mike Otto

bored of education
04-16-2007, 10:59 PM
Othe than KC questionable picks I see are as follows:
Well for one you are a dolphins fan and an IDIOT. I knew it once i saw the 2nd round then the 3rd round pick. Merriwether fall that far ou are an idiot.
then blalock later inthe 2nd IDIOT. he wont fall past 35.
Michael Coe in the 6th ???? hHAHAHH WOW he wont fall past the 4th.
TIm Duckworth in the 7th??????/


you lost al credibility before you had it.

bored of education
04-16-2007, 11:02 PM
WHY I THINK IT SUCKS SINCE YOUR A HOMOER.

Merriwether, Coe, Meachem, Blalock don't fall gingerly into the dolphins position.

KC would take Blalock right before Miami could. Merriwether is going to be taken no later than the 50th pick.

Caddy
04-17-2007, 02:20 AM
Pretty fair Buc draft

Jagonsucker
04-17-2007, 07:24 AM
terrible Lions draft

cordscords
04-17-2007, 07:41 AM
Maybe so but it's clear he's not as good as he once was and just about everyone agrees he's better off at safety. If they dont covert him this season, then maybe next season or they just cut him if it gets to be a problem. Either way, there's no arguing the Leon Hall is a great value at that spot and could potentially go there based on that alone. I know the Packers have bigger issues but Hall could still very ewll end up being the pick.

Woodsen was extremely solid last season. If they really wanted to address safety, why not take Reggie Nelson and save CW the time to learn a new position?

Finsfan79
04-17-2007, 08:08 AM
9 9 Miami-Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame

Love it

8 40 Miami-Robert Meachem, WR, Tennessee

Love it

28 60 Miami-Justin Blalock, OG, Texas

Love it!

7 71 Miami-Brandon Meriweather, FS, Miami (FL)

Love it

9 108 Miami-Doug Free, LT, Northern Illinois

Love it!

7 181 Miami-Michael Coe, CB, Alabama State

Great pick!


25 199 Miami-Antwan Barnes, OLB/DE, Florida International

Love it!

9 219 Miami-Tim Duckworth, OG, Auburn

Great pick!

28 238 Miami-Cory Anderson, FB, Tennessee

Love it!



you know this draft will just make our real draft seem disapointing to me :)

draftguru151
04-17-2007, 08:26 AM
Yea, that Dolphins draft is ridiculously unrealistic. I'd love it, but it's not happening.

MasterShake
04-17-2007, 10:19 PM
Unless I missed something. SF only takes 3 DLs and DL is their weakest spot. Branch plays the middle and Atkins and McDonald provide depth at DE.

One of the RBs is a KR/PR and probably will be limited to that role in the NFL.

Plus you get help at OL, WR and ILB. What else do you want?

You have us taking DT Marcus Thomas as well...

Thats Branch, McDonald, Thomas and Atkins!

We have a DL need...but not 4 DL.