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A+ for the 49ers as far as I'm concerned. Eric Berry and Anthony Davis in the first would be a dream, and getting a return specialist like Arenas in the second fills a huge need. Some people might object to picking a QB in the 4th, but if the team sees significant development in Nate Davis such that they feel comfortable with him as the #2, it very well could happen.
Good work that mustve taken awhile. That would be a very good Eagles draft. Personally Id go 1. Taylor Mays, 2. Everson Griffin, 3. Maurice Pouncey, and 4. Ryan Matthews. That would be awesome!
P.S. I like the Max Hall love
Graham, Pouncey, and Kristick are all very good picks.
We have a solid rookie corner across from Mathis who started all 16 games, Derek Cox. He's not going anywhere. In fact, he held his own as our #1 corner when Mathis was out for a good chuck of the season.
DT is a great position for the 5th round, but I feel Boo Robinson is a NT. We basically have two nose tackles starting with Knighton and Henderson. A 3 tech would be nice to eventually take Henderson's spot on the line.
Still a good draft and a great effort on the 7 round mock.
Johnny Jolly looks a bit out of place as the RDE in a 3-4.
Johnny Jolly has looked great in the 3-4. He had the best year of his career last season. He lead the league in pass deflections for defensive lineman with 11, which put him behind only Brian Cushing for most by a non-DB (I know that doesn't mean much on its own, but it helps show how good he played). Even though it was only his first year in the system Jolly is probably in the top half of starting 3-4 DEs in the league.
pretty bad fins draft in the middle rounds. Bryant is great though.
Norwood is alright but Spikes, Everson Griffen, or one of the safeties are all much better value and fits at that spot. LOL @ Wake being 'only a situational player'
Angerer is a reach in the 3rd and he also doesn't fit the 3-4 at all, especially not the Bill Parcells version (he likes his ILB to be 245+ and angerer is maxed out at 235).
Blount is just a terrible pick, not only is RB not a need for us, a big bruising back isn't even on our draft board.
Ivey is decent, Miami owns the Chiefs 6th round pick, Ward is decent, Moeaki and Young are great, and Reed is worthless for us since we already got Bryant and have a roster full of players just like him.
Thats a pretty epic 49er draft..Berry and Davis alone make it hard to complain..Arenas is nice..although id rather pick up a KR/PR guy like McCluster instead. Not sure about a QB in the 4th BUT if we did..id prefer Lefevour or even Snead. great job on a 7 rounder..thats a lot of work.
If the giants pass on Brian Price in round two I will, for the first time, be pissed with Reece. Goff is a solid starting MLB, Spikes is an upgrade but he's not a massive upgrade and struggles just as much in coverage while at DT we have **** outside of Canty and fresh of a torn ligament Jay Alford. I think there's a good chance we draft Price in round one, if he's there in round two and we pass on him I'd be tremendously disappointed.
Then in round three I'd rather see us draft Daryl Washington before grabbing Austen Lane or Cam Thomas in round four. Round things off with Eric Olsen in round five, James Starks in round 6 and John Skelton in round 7.
Earl Thomas, FS
Brian Price, DT
Daryl Washington, LB
Cam Thomas, DT
Eric Olsen, C
James Starks, RB
John Skelton, QB
Would be much better.
Originally posted by AcheTen
JPP is a better and more productive player than Brandon Graham
Originally posted by abaddon41_80
Is Shaun Hill a top 10 QB? Definitely not. Is he a top 20 one? Almost certainly.
Firstly, the Bears "biggest" need is help along the o-line. Unless Stuckey can come in and play an effective FS right away, he'll be playing FS for the next coaching staff and GM.
As for Cooper....who do we cut for him? I'd be all for cutting Rashied Davis, but even then, we have Hester, Aromashadu, Knox, Bennett and last years 3rd round pick, Iglesias. None of whom I see being cut. Another mid round WR isn't going to do much.
5th on back...depth guys, whatevs.
I think I'd go Asomoah in the 3rd, and I would LOVE Pauncey in the 4th. You kidding? Scott just had him going at the end of the first round....great replacement for Kreutz if he were to be there. We'd be stupid not to go that way.
8.) Oakland Raiders – OT Bruce Campbell – 6′7″ 310 – Maryland => Oakland’s LT Mario Henderson was the worst in the league especially in pass blocking. It’s no wonder why Jamarcus Russell struggled. With new OC Hue Jackson running the offense, the WR’s should have a marked improvement. Jackson was the man who helped Chad Johnson Ochocinco, Roddy White, and T.J. Houshmandzadeh become great.
Let's not go making excuses for a bad player.
Can't imagine Al passing on the top CB in the draft. That's just not his style.
40) Oakland Raiders – OLB Navorro Bowman – 6′1″ 232 – Penn State => Bowman isn’t this good; however he is this fast and Al Davis loves speed all over the field. Bowman has a lot of character issues too, but that’s another thing that Al Davis seems to gravitate towards.
Iupati falls to Rd2 and the O-line desperate Raiders ignore him. Sad.
72) Oakland Raiders – OG/OT Mike Johnson – 6′5″ 306 – Alabama => Johnson could fill the weakness that is RT in Cornell Green or he could play RG and be a better fit than Carlisle is in the offense.
I kinda doubt Johnson is going to play tackle anywhere.
86) Oakland Raiders (from New England) – QB Jevan Snead – 6′3″ 220 – Ole Miss => I just don’t think the JaWalrus is really worth the resources. Snead could have fun with the WR’s they have.
Another bad QB to go with the one they already have. Can't see them going this route. All they have are young QBs. If they add another QB, it'll be a veteran.