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    FIRST ROUND

    1 Oakland raiders JaMarcus Russell QB Louisiana State 6-6 243 Sr.

    2 Detroit Lions Joe Thomas OT Wisconsin 6-8 306 Sr.

    3 Cleveland Browns Adrian Peterson HB Oklahoma 6-2 215 Jr.

    4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Calvin Johnson WR Georgia Tech 6-4 235 Jr.

    5 Arizona Cardinals Levi Brown OT Penn State 6-5 324 Sr.

    6 Washington Redskins Alan Branch DT/DE Michigan 6-6 311 Jr.

    7 Minnesota Vikings Gaines Adams DE/OLB Clemson 6-5 260 Sr.

    8 Houston Texans Brady Quinn QB Notre Dame 6-4 231 Sr.

    9 Miami Dolphins LaRon Landry FS Louisiana State 6-2 204 Sr.

    10 Atlanta Falcons Jamaal Anderson DE Arkansas 6-6 282 Jr.

    11 San Francisco 49ers Ted Ginn Jr. WR/KR Ohio State 6-0 170 Jr.

    12 Buffalo Bills Adam Carriker DE Nebraska 6-6 280 Sr.

    13 St. Louis Rams Amobi Okoye DT Louisville 6-1 312 Sr.

    14 Carolina Panthers Dwayne Jarrett WR Southern California 6-5 210 Jr.

    15 Pittsburgh Steelers Darrelle Revis CB Pittsburgh 6-0 190 Jr.

    16 Green Bay Packers Marshawn Lynch HB California 5-11 217 Jr.

    17 Jacksonville Jaguars Reggie Nelson FS Florida 6-1 198 Jr.

    18 Cincinnatti Bengals Leon Hall CB Michigan 5-11 191 Sr.

    19 Tennessee Titans Dwayne Bowe WR Louisiana State 6-3 217 Sr.

    20 New York Giants Paul Posluszny ILB/OLB Penn State 6-2 229 Sr.

    21 Denver Broncos Jarvis Moss DE/OLB Florida 6-6 252 So.

    22 Dallas Cowboys Aaron Ross CB Texas 6-1 192 Sr.

    23 Kansas City Chiefs Robert Meachem WR Tennessee 6-3 210 Jr.

    24 New England Patriots (from SEA) Patrick Willis ILB Mississippi 6-2 230 Sr.

    25 New York Jets Zach Miller TE Arizona State 6-5 262 Sr.

    26 Philadelphia Eagles Lawrence Timmons OLB Florida State 6-3 230 Jr.

    27 New Orleans Saints Daymeion Hughes CB California 6-2 188 Sr.

    28 New England Patriots Michael Griffin FS Texas 6-0 205 Sr.

    29 Baltimore Ravens LaMarr Woodley DE/OLB Michigan 6-2 268 Sr.

    30 San Diego Chargers Sidney Rice WR South Carolina 6-4 191 So.

    31 Chicago Bears Ben Grubbs OG Auburn 6-3 301 Sr.

    32 Indianapolis Colts Jon Beason OLB Miami 6-0 236 Sr.


    SECOND ROUND

    33 Oakland Raiders Michael Bush HB Louisville 6-3 250 Sr.

    34 Detroit Lions Drew Stanton QB Michigan State 6-3 230 Sr.

    35 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Charles Johnson DE Georgia 6-2 275 Jr.

    36 Cleveland Browns Troy Smith QB Ohio State 6-1 215 Sr.

    37 New York Jets (from WAS) Quentin Moses DE/OLB Georgia 6-5 250 Sr.

    38 Arizona Cardinals Chris Houston CB Arkansas 5-11 190 Jr.

    39 Houston Texans Brandon Meriweather FS/CB Miami 6-0 188 Sr.

    40 Miami Dolphins Joe Staley OT Central Michigan 6-5 299 Sr.

    41 Minnesota Vikings Anthony Gonzalez WR Ohio State 6-0 195 Jr.

    42 San Francisco 49ers Buster Davis ILB Florida State 5-11 240 Sr.

    43 Buffalo Bills Arron Sears OG/OT Tennessee 6-4 320 Sr.

    44 Atlanta Falcons Eric Weddle S/CB Utah 6-0 200 Sr.

    45 Carolina Panthers Kevin Kolb QB Houston 6-3 225 Sr.

    46 Pittsburgh Steelers Brian Leonard HB/FB Rutgers 6-2 235 Sr.

    47 Green Bay Packers Anthony Spencer DE/OLB Purdue 6-3 261 Sr.

    48 Jacksonville Jaguars Ryan Kalil C Southern California 6-3 285 Sr.

    49 Cincinnatti Bengals Greg Olsen TE Miami 6-5 252 Jr.

    50 Tennessee Titans DeMarcus Tyler DT North Carolina State 6-2 305 Sr.

    51 New York Giants Kenny Irons HB Auburn 5-11 200 Sr.

    52 St. Louis Rams Marcus McCauley CB Fresno State 6-1 205 Sr.

    53 Dallas Cowboys Justin Blalock OG/OT Texas 6-4 329 Sr.

    54 Kansas City Chiefs H.B. Blades ILB Pittsburgh 6-0 240 Sr.

    55 Seattle Seahawks Josh Beekman OG Boston College 6-2 325 Sr.

    56 Denver Broncos Quinn Pitcock DT Ohio State 6-3 295 Jr.

    57 Philadelphia Eagles Victor Abiamiri DE/OLB Notre Dame 6-4 260 Sr.

    58 New Orleans Saints Rufus Alexander OLB Oklahoma 6-1 231 Sr.

    59 New York Jets Tony Hunt HB Penn State 6-2 219 Sr.

    60 New England Patriots Jason Hill WR Washington State 6-0 210 Sr.

    61 Baltimore Ravens Trent Edwards QB Stanford 6-4 220 Sr.

    62 San Diego Chargers Tanard Jackson CB/FS Syracuse 6-1 193 Sr.

    63 Chicago Bears Joe Newton TE Oregon State 6-7 252 Sr.

    64 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from IND) Aaron Rouse SS/OLB Virginia Tech 6-4 221 Sr.


    THIRD ROUND

    65 Oakland Raiders Craig Davis WR Louisiana State 6-2 199 Sr.

    66 Detroit Lions Josh Wilson CB Maryland 5-9 187 Sr.

    67 Cleveland Browns Ryan Harris OT/OG Notre Dame 6-5 288 Sr.

    68 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tony Ugoh OT Arkansas 6-5 299 Sr.

    69 Arizona Cardinals Tim Crowder DE Texas 6-4 270 Sr.

    70 Denver Broncos (from WAS) Sabby Piscatelli SS Oregon State 6-3 226 Sr.

    71 Miami Dolphins Manuel Ramirez OG/OT Texas Tech 6-4 328 Sr.

    72 Minnesota Vikings Eric Wright CB Nevada-Las Vegas 5-11 190 Jr.

    73 Houston Texans Ray McDonald DE/DT Florida 6-3 280 Sr.

    74 Buffalo Bills David Harris ILB Michigan 6-2 242 Sr.

    75 Atlanta Falcons Doug Datish C/OG Ohio State 6-5 305 Sr.

    76 San Francisco 49ers Justin Harrell DT/DE Tennessee 6-4 300 Sr.

    77 Pittsburgh Steelers Brandon Siler ILB Florida 6-2 235 Jr.

    78 Green Bay Packers Paul Williams WR Fresno State 6-2 210 Sr.

    79 Jacksonville Jaguars Earl Everett OLB/ILB Florida 6-2 231 Sr.

    Cincinnatti Bengals

    80 Tennessee Titans Jon Abbate ILB Wake Forest 5-11 245 Sr.

    81 New York Giants David Irons CB Auburn 6-1 188 Sr.

    82 St. Louis Rams Steve Smith WR Southern California 6-0 195 Sr.

    83 Carolina Panthers Tony Taylor ILB Georgia 6-1 237 Sr.

    84 Kansas City Chiefs Kareem Brown DT Miami 6-4 307 Sr.

    85 Seattle Seahawks Stewert Bradley OLB Nebraska 6-4 250 Sr.

    86 Denver Broncos John Wendling SS Wyoming 6-1 222 Sr.

    87 Dallas Cowboys Desmond Bishop OLB/ILB California 6-2 243 Sr.

    88 New Orleans Saints Matt Spaeth TE Minnesota 6-6 270 Sr.

    89 New York Jets Fred Bennett CB South Carolina 6-1 199 Sr.

    90 Philadelphia Eagles Jonathan Wade CB Tennessee 6-0 195 Sr.

    91 New England Patriots DeAndre Jackson CB Iowa State 6-0 190 Sr.

    92 Baltimore Ravens Marshal Yanda OG/OT Iowa 6-4 306 Sr.

    93 San Diego Chargers Leonard Peters FS Hawaii 6-1 191 Sr.

    94 Chicago Bears Aundrae Allison WR East Carolina 6-3 191 Sr.

    95 Indianapolis Colts Samson Satele OG/C Hawaii 6-3 311 Sr.

  • #2
    I don't see the Saints taking an OLB

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    • #3
      Good Packers draft :)


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      • #4
        I don't like any of the Ravens picks. The only DE/OLB I'd want the ravens to draft is Moses, simply because of his raw talent and potential. Woodley is Dan Cody, minus two years into the transition to OLB and NFL strength training. He would be nothing more than depth for at least two seasons, probably more with Cody ahead of him. The Ravens will not take a QB in the 1st three rounds unless he is great value as the Boller expirament is not over, certainly they won't reach for a guy. Lastly, there has to be a RB in there somwhere. We cannot go into '07 with Mike Anderson, PJ Daniels and a day 2 pick at RB. If I were making the picks there, they would go Moses, McDonald, Dwayne Wright.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Bohleive
          I don't like any of the Ravens picks. The only DE/OLB I'd want the ravens to draft is Moses, simply because of his raw talent and potential. Woodley is Dan Cody, minus two years into the transition to OLB and NFL strength training. He would be nothing more than depth for at least two seasons, probably more with Cody ahead of him. The Ravens will not take a QB in the 1st three rounds unless he is great value as the Boller expirament is not over, certainly they won't reach for a guy. Lastly, there has to be a RB in there somwhere. We cannot go into '07 with Mike Anderson, PJ Daniels and a day 2 pick at RB. If I were making the picks there, they would go Moses, McDonald, Dwayne Wright.
          I had Woodley figured as a DE. He is an aweful lot like Suggs. Both about the same size, both can get to the QB. Pryce will be in his 11th season next year. He would also be an option to replace Thomas if he leaves via free agency. Woodley and Cody would be plugged in at DE and OLB, which ever best suits the defense. This is of course if Thomas leaves, which is highly likely due to the cap dollars available by alot of teams this of season. As far as the Boller experiment, if it's not over they are just completely in denial. Trent Edwards is certainly not a reach there. Marshall Yanda can play OG or RT. If Pashos leaves, they are very thin at OT. They would have an aging Jon Ogden at LT, and Adam Terry at RT, and not much beyond there. With Chester being able to move to center, Yanda could step in at OG and immediatly upgrade the offensive line as a unit, along with creating some flexibility and depth. You are right they need a RB, but I feel they will make a play in free agency, possibly Dominic Rhodes, if not RB in round 4. There are still alot of good prospects left.

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          • #6
            Great Patriots mock!

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            • #7
              Whether or not the Bengals take Hall depends on his 40 a lot (IMO of course) because Keiwan Ratliff is a pretty decent cover CB but he's just too slow to succeed in our defense.

              In that spot I'd rather see Timmons in the 1st (not a need but BPA) and either McCauley/Wade/Bennett in the 2nd.

              Olsen isn't what we need out of our TE's, we have plenty of players that can catch the ball, we just need blocking to give them time to get open. Reggie Kelly will likely be retained.

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              • #8
                Damn, I cant believe someone is still giving the Dolphins Landry even after Saban is gone. Listen guys, The Dolphins are set at safety. They signed Renaldo Hill last season and he played well. Yeremiah Bell was our best defensive player not named Thomas or Taylor and on top of thta we have last year's 1st rounder Jason Allen waiting in the wings. The Dolphins don't need a safety, we have too many other needs.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by PalmerToCJ
                  Whether or not the Bengals take Hall depends on his 40 a lot (IMO of course) because Keiwan Ratliff is a pretty decent cover CB but he's just too slow to succeed in our defense.

                  In that spot I'd rather see Timmons in the 1st (not a need but BPA) and either McCauley/Wade/Bennett in the 2nd.

                  Olsen isn't what we need out of our TE's, we have plenty of players that can catch the ball, we just need blocking to give them time to get open. Reggie Kelly will likely be retained.
                  I don't think it's possible to have too many offensive weapons. The way Palmer spreads the ball around with a legitimate recieving TE along with Johnson, Housyomama, and Henry (pending legal matters), the Bengals offense would be literally un-defenseable. If Olsen is available that late in the 2nd, the Bengals would be fools not to grab him. Marvin Lewis was quoted "As an organization, it is our number one priority to continue to surround our francise QB Carson Palmer with as many weapons as possible."

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Joeyjr09
                    Damn, I cant believe someone is still giving the Dolphins Landry even after Saban is gone. Listen guys, The Dolphins are set at safety. They signed Renaldo Hill last season and he played well. Yeremiah Bell was our best defensive player not named Thomas or Taylor and on top of thta we have last year's 1st rounder Jason Allen waiting in the wings. The Dolphins don't need a safety, we have too many other needs.
                    Never heard of those safety's you mentioned, and from what I hear Allen is more than likely moving to CB.

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                    • #11
                      Damn Solid Vikings draft.
                      I would've liked to have seen a RT prospect in the 3rd...or a DT.
                      But CB will be a need once we trade or dump Smoot.

                      Overall , well thought out.
                      B+

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by darnik44two
                        Originally posted by PalmerToCJ
                        Whether or not the Bengals take Hall depends on his 40 a lot (IMO of course) because Keiwan Ratliff is a pretty decent cover CB but he's just too slow to succeed in our defense.

                        In that spot I'd rather see Timmons in the 1st (not a need but BPA) and either McCauley/Wade/Bennett in the 2nd.

                        Olsen isn't what we need out of our TE's, we have plenty of players that can catch the ball, we just need blocking to give them time to get open. Reggie Kelly will likely be retained.
                        I don't think it's possible to have too many offensive weapons. The way Palmer spreads the ball around with a legitimate recieving TE along with Johnson, Housyomama, and Henry (pending legal matters), the Bengals offense would be literally un-defenseable. If Olsen is available that late in the 2nd, the Bengals would be fools not to grab him. Marvin Lewis was quoted "As an organization, it is our number one priority to continue to surround our francise QB Carson Palmer with as many weapons as possible."
                        The problem with it though is that when Olsen is in other teams would know he's in to get catches. Last year Marvin laughed at the idea of taking a TE to get receptions because it would mean one more mouth to feed getting him the ball. Chris Perry/Tab Perry/TJ make up the general role of a TE in our offense. Kelly blocks and does a damn good job at it, he's part of our success.

                        Marvin as well as our TE coach and OC have said they would prefer to draft a TE that can block first and teach him how to become a reciever, we signed Tim Day to the practice squad and I think they're trying to groom him into our future starter. Our offense just isn't built for a recieving TE to be successful and to spend a day one pick when our D is only missing a few players would be foolish.

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                        • #13
                          landry not a good pick, if we take staley, we dont need another Olineman. no way ugoh drops that far

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by BehrenMan007
                            landry not a good pick, if we take staley, we dont need another Olineman. no way ugoh drops that far
                            Ugoh, though a great athlete for an OT, he is raw and is a project. He made that quite clear at the Combine. #68 overall isn't that low. I think as far as the first round goes, based on my board it has to be either Landry, Anderson, Jarrett, or Revis. From what I hear, Allen is moving to CB. The Dolphins would all of the sudden have a good young secondary.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by PalmerToCJ
                              The problem with it though is that when Olsen is in other teams would know he's in to get catches. Last year Marvin laughed at the idea of taking a TE to get receptions because it would mean one more mouth to feed getting him the ball. Chris Perry/Tab Perry/TJ make up the general role of a TE in our offense. Kelly blocks and does a damn good job at it, he's part of our success.

                              Marvin as well as our TE coach and OC have said they would prefer to draft a TE that can block first and teach him how to become a reciever, we signed Tim Day to the practice squad and I think they're trying to groom him into our future starter. Our offense just isn't built for a recieving TE to be successful and to spend a day one pick when our D is only missing a few players would be foolish.
                              If Cincy is so set on offense, please explain how they ranked 26th in rushing yards and were horrible on 3rd down conversion.
                              The offense has all the name players of the Colts, the trouble is they're incredibly inconsistent...especially when the games matter most.
                              CB might be the more pressing need , but you make it sound like TE in unrealistic, which it isn't.
                              A Zach Miller or Greg Olsen wouldn't allow teams to package blitz without accouting for the TE spot. Right now, with the lack of pass catching talent there...That seems to be the case.
                              Since i dont follow the Bengals, ...but if I were to devise a scheme against them I'd say run blitz package on 1st drop line coverage blitz on 2nd and 3 while rolling the safety's to double the outside and leave the Nickel back in to either cover the TE..or blitz off delay if the TE remains in pass block mode.

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