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    I'm going to try to do a write up of each team, and it would be very helpful if you could post all of the moves and picks you've made here once you're done. Include any unused draft picks that you acquired as well.

  • #2
    Buffalo Bills Moves

    Buffalo Bills Send
    2nd Round Pick 33
    Baltimore Ravens Send
    3rd Round Pick 90
    OT Jared Gaither

    Buffalo Bills Send
    4th Round Pick 114
    6th Round Pick
    San Francisco 49ers Send
    4th Round Pick 104

    Buffalo Bills Send
    CB Terrence McGee
    New York Giants
    4th Round Pick 127
    2012 4th Round Pick

    1st Round Pick 1 - QB, Andrew Luck, Stanford

    3rd Round Pick 65 - OT, Matt Reynolds, BYU

    3rd Round Pick 90 - WR, Austin Pettis, Boise State

    4th Round Pick 97 - OLB, Steven Friday, Virginia Tech

    4th Round Pick 104 - ILB, Casey Matthews, Oregon

    4th Round Pick 127 - OLB, Cliff Matthews, South Carolina
    Last edited by redbills; 10-29-2010, 03:03 PM.


    • #3

      1) AJ Green WR Georgia
      3) Lance Kendricks TE Wisconsin
      4) Mike Martin DT Michigan


      • #4
        Cleveland Browns


        Sending G Eric Steinbach to Arizona for 86th pick
        Sending DT Shaun Rodgers to Houston for 88th pick


        3. Jake Locker, QB Washington
        35. Gabe Carimi, OT Wisconsin
        67. Christian Ballard, DT Iowa
        86. Ben Ijalana, OT Villanova
        88. Robert Sands, FS West Virginia
        99. Colin McCarthy, OLB Miami


        • #5
          Detroit Lions
          Cliff Avril-DE + 3rd round for Buster Davis-WR, Brandyn Dombrowski-LT + 96
          Nathan Vasher-CB for Leroy Hill, OLB
          96 + 4th for 82


          Round 1 - Robert Quinn, DE - UNC
          Round 2 - Jimmy Smith, CB - Colorado
          Round 3 - Kelvin Sheppard, MLB - LSU

          Depth Chart


          • #6

            Here were my needs:
            1. QB
            2. CB
            3. 3-4 LB's (Both inside and outside)
            4. 3-4 Defensive Linemen
            5. RG

            Traded back from #4 to #6, trading away Chilo Rachal and acquiring 3-4 ILB Bradie James, 3-4 DE Jason Hatcher, and the #102 pick (4th round) in the process.

            I was going to trade back in the first anyway, so I picked up these two guys and an extra pick before making the original and bigger move down.

            Traded back from #6 to #22, acquiring OG Deuce Lutui and the #54th pick (second round).

            Traded back from #104 to #114, getting the first pick in the sixth round.

            Overall acquisitions:
            3-4 ILB Bradie James
            3-4 DE Jason Hatcher
            OG Deuce Lutui

            1.22 - QB Ryan Mallet, Arkansas
            2.36 - OLB Von Miller, Texas A&M
            2.54 - CB Janoris Jenkins, Florida
            3.68 - DE Jarvis Jenkins, Clemson
            4.100 - NT/DE Kendrick Ellis, Hampton
            4.102 - DE Pernell McPhee, Mississippi State
            4.114 - CB Marcus Gilchrist, Clemson

            and I still have one more pick to go.

            edit: final pick is in.
            Last edited by Mr. Goosemahn; 10-28-2010, 02:34 PM.

            Props to clover_jeez!


            • #7
              Dallas Cowboys

              I ended up with:

              1st Round - CB Patrick Peterson
              2nd Round - S Mark Barron
              2nd Round - C Stephen Wisneiwski
              3rd Round - DT Marvin Austin

              LG Robert Gallery
              RG Chilo Rachal

              Roy Williams
              Marcus Spears
              Bradie James
              Jason Hatcher
              Orlando Scandrick
              2 trades:
              1st Round Pick #4
              Chilo Rachal

              San Francisco 49ers get
              1st Round Pick #6
              4th Round Pick
              Bradie James
              Jason Hatcher


              Robert Gallery
              2nd Rnd pick #41 from Oakland
              2nd Rnd pick #50 from Oakland
              3rd Rnd pick #73 from Oakland

              Oakland gets:
              Roy Williams
              Marcus Spears
              Orlando Scandrick
              2nd Rnd pick #38 from Dallas
              3rd Rnd pick #70 from Dallas
              5th Rnd pick from Dallas
              Last edited by D-Unit; 10-28-2010, 01:16 PM.


              • #8
                QB Michael Vick traded to Minnesota for 2nd, 4th, and 5th round draft picks
                I had to choose between Vick and Kolb, and it came down to choosing the guy who has the better chance of being the franchise QB. Kolb is 4 years younger and has shown he has the ability to play at a high level, especially when he has has time in the pocket.
                4th round draft pick traded to Pittsburgh for QB Dennis Dixon
                - With Vick gone, the only remaining QB on the roster other than Kolb is Mike Kafka, who is still very much a project. I wanted to trade for a veteran QB but when I saw that Dixon was available for a very reasonable price, I had to go after him. Not only has Dixon shown he has the ability to play QB in the NFL in case Kolb goes down, but he hasn't reached his full potential yet and gives the eagles another guy to groom.

                Round 1, pick 25 - CB Ras-I Dowling, West Virginia - Ellis Hobbs is really bad as a starting CB, and I didn't feel he was worth keeping. I upgraded from the 5'9 Hobbs to the 6'2 Dowling, who is the tallest noteworthy CB the team has had since the Troy Vincent/Bobby Taylor/Al Harris days. The eagles have been raped by big/physical receivers for years, from Plaxico Burress to Kenny Britt, and it's time the eagles found a guy who can cover those guys.
                Round 2, pick 42 - G Mike Pouncey, Florida - While the O-Line has improved over the course of the season, it is still very much a priority. It is that much more of a need now that I kept Kevin Kolb at QB over Vick, because Kolb has shown to be much less effective with pressure in his face. While Max Jean-Gilles, Nick Cole, and Reggie Wells are decent journeymen type, none should be starting on an NFL roster right now, and hopefully Pouncey can be that presence we've been missing since Shawn Andrews' pro bowl years.
                Round 2, pick 57 - OLB Greg Jones, Michigan St. - The eagles' LBs are the definition of mediocre, with the exception of Stewart Bradley, although even he hasn't wowed anyone this season. They just aren't play-makers, so it's time the eagles got a true game-changer at the position. Every time I watch an MSU game this guy jumps off the screen time after time, and I'm hoping he can bring that play-making ability to the eagles defense.
                Round 3, pick 89 - RB Noel Devine, West Virginia - LeSean McCoy is set in stone as the eagles' starting RB for the next 8-10 years, the guy is a perfect fit in this offense. That said, he's not the fastest guy ever and isn't a threat to take it to the house every play. Noel Devine can be that guy in this offense, spelling McCoy every so often. He can also be split out wide, as well as return kicks for us.
                Round 4, pick 106 - S Ahmad Black, Florida - Nate Allen and Quintin Mikell are a very solid S duo, and will probably hold down the starting safety spots as long as they're here. They do only have 3 safeties on the roster now though, with the two aforementioned as well as Kurt Coleman. Black can provide very solid depth on defense, as well as help a very poor special teams unit. Might challenge Coleman as Mikell's successor down the line as well.
                Round 4, pick 111 - WR Titus Young, Boise St. - As if the eagles didn't have enough speed on the offense, I added Titus Young to the mix. DeSean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin, Jason Avant and Riley Cooper is probably one of the better 4 deep WR cores in the league, but it ends there, with Chad Hall of all people seeing way too much playing time while Jackson was out with a concussion. Unfortunately, Jackson and Maclin have not shown to be the most durable players ever, so I'd like a guy who can still bring that deep threat to the field if something happens, so the offense doesn't get too one dimensional. He can also be very good in certain packages in the offense, as well as on special teams.
                Last edited by Go_Eagles77; 10-27-2010, 10:19 PM.


                • #9
                  San Diego Chargers

                  Cliff Avril + 3rd round pick #69 overall for Brandyn Dombrowski + Buster Davis + 3rd round pick #96 overall(f/NYJ)
                  2nd round pick #44 overall for Vincent Jackson
                  3rd round pick #96 + 4th round pick #101 for 3rd round pick #82

                  Draft Picks
                  1st round pick #8- Cameron Heyward DE Ohio State
                  2nd round pick #40- DeAndre McDaniel S Clemson
                  2nd round pick #44- Curtis Brown CB Texas
                  3rd round pick #69- DeVier Posey WR Ohio State
                  3rd round pick #72- Lee Ziemba OT Auburn
                  3rd round pick #96- Terrelle Pryor WR Ohio State
                  4th round pick #101- Marcus Gilbert OL Florida

                  sig by BK and avy by me
                  Originally posted by A Perfect Score
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                  • #10
                    Oakland Raiders

                    Oakland sent Nnamdni and Tommy Kelly TO Seattle FOR Stacy Andrews, Pick 18 and pick 50

                    Oakland also sent Gallery, Oaklands original 2nd rounder, pick 50 (From SEA) & pick 73 TO Dallas FOR Roy Williams, Marcus Spears, Orlando Scandrick, Pick 38 & 70 - and a 5th

                    Round 1 - Aaron Williams - CB
                    Round 2 - Kristopher O'Dowd - C
                    Round 3 - Travis Lewis - OLB
                    Round 4 - Stanley Havili - FB
                    Originally posted by ATLDirtyBirds
                    Coples is that dude.
                    Go Amare. I Love Tayshaun Prince...

                    Orioles - Raiders - UNC - Nuggets/Wizards


                    • #11

                      13th overall pick :: Cameron Jordan, DE, California
                      45th overall pick :: Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma
                      77th overall pick :: Davon House, CB, New Mexico State
                      109th overall pick :: Balil Powell, RB, Louisville

                      ...explanations/analysis to come...

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                      • #12

                        Trades: None

                        27.) DE Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue
                        59 .) DT Stephen Paea, Oregon State
                        79 .) LB Quan Sturdivant, North Carolina
                        91 .) OG John Moffitt, Wisconsin

                        2 C 5:6-8 Jakob Murphy aka themaninblack


                        • #13

                          Baltimore sends OT Jared Gaither and Pick #90 to Buffalo for Pick #33
                          Baltimore sends Pick #26 and Pick #58 to Minnesota for Pick #10
                          Baltimore sends OL Chris Chester and 4th rounder for Pick #71


                          DE Adrian Clayborn, Iowa (#10)
                          LB Mark Herzlich, Boston College (#33)
                          WR Jerrel Jernigan, Troy (#70)
                          Originally posted by Mr. Goosemahn
                          The APS is strong in this one.
                          Originally posted by killxswitch
                          Tears for Fears is better than whatever it is you happen to be thinking about right now.


                          • #14
                            New York Jets


                            32. Nick Fairley, DL, Auburn
                            64. Dontay Moch, OLB, Nevada
                            128. Clint Boling, OT, Georgia
                            Last edited by derza222; 10-29-2010, 03:23 PM.


                            • #15

                              WR 83 Wes Welker 11 Julian Edelman 84 Deion Branch
                              LT 72 Matt Light 77 Jason Pinkston 64 Mark LeVoir
                              LG 63 Dan Connolly 62 Rodney Hudson 60 Rich Ohrnberger
                              C 67 Dan Koppen 62 Rodney Hudson 62 Ryan Wendell
                              RG 61 Stephen Neal 62 Rodney Hudson 69 Quinn Ojinnaka
                              RT 76 Sebastian Vollmer 77 Jason Pinkston 64 Mark LeVoir
                              TE 87 Rob Gronkowski 85 Aaron Hernandez 82 Alge Crumpler
                              QB 12 Tom Brady 8 Brian Hoyer
                              RB1 21 Fred Taylor 42 BenJarvus Green-Ellis 41 Thomas Clayton
                              RB2 34 Sammy Morris 39 Danny Woodhead
                              WR 88 Julio Jones 19 Brandon Tate 18 Matthew Slater 17 Taylor Price


                              LDE 94 Jared Crick 92 Gerard Warren 91 Myron Pryor
                              NT 75 Vince Wilfork 97 Ron Brace 74 Kyle Love
                              RDE 99 Mike Wright 71 Brandon Deaderick
                              OLB 95 Tully Banta-Cain 96 Jermaine Cunningham 52 Dane Fletcher
                              ILB 51 Jerod Mayo 58 Tracy White
                              ILB 55 Brandon Spikes 59 Gary Guyton
                              OLB 93 DaQuan Bowers 50 Rob Ninkovich 98 Shawn Crable
                              LCB 28 Darius Butler 22 Terrence Wheatley 27 Kyle Arrington
                              RCB 32 Devin McCourty 24 Jonathan Wilhite
                              SS 31 Brandon Meriweather 44 Jarrad Page
                              FS 25 Pat Chung 36 James Sanders

                              SPECIAL TEAMS
                              PK 3 Stephen Gostkowski 14 Zoltan Mesko
                              P 14 Zoltan Mesko 3 Stephen Gostkowski
                              KR 19 Brandon Tate 18 Matthew Slater 34 Sammy Morris
                              PR 11 Julian Edelman 19 Brandon Tate

                              DRAFT PICKS

                              1[9] DaQuan Bowers, DE/OLB, Clemson
                              1[17] Julio Jones, WR, Alabama
                              2[34] Jared Crick, DE, Nebraska
                              2[60] Rodney Hudson, OG/OC, Florida State
                              3[92] Jason Pinkston, OT, Pittsburgh


                              Traded picks 28, 74, and 4th round pick to Miami for pick #17 (Julio Jones)
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