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  1. A.C Vegas

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    This my second shot at a Mock this on I went trade heavy opions are welcome (before you jump on me too much I don't really think the Pats will trade Asante the way I did I just want to specualte)

    Round 1

    1-Raiders: JaMarcus Russell QB
    2-Trade Miami sends picks 9,60,71 to Detrot for picks 2, 101 Brady Quinn QB
    3-Trade Arizona Sends picks 5 and 69 to Cleveland for pick 3 Joe Thomas OT
    4-Tampa Bay Calvin Johnson WR
    5-Cleveland Adrian Petersen RB
    6-Washington Gaines Adams DE
    7-Trade Detroit send picks 9 and 71 to Minnestoa for pick 7-Leon Hall CB
    8-Atlanta-Leron Landry S
    9-Minnesota-Robert Meachem WR
    10-Houston Levi Brown OT
    11-San Fran Amobi Okoye DT
    12-Buffalo Patrick Willis LB
    13-St Loius Alan Branch DT
    14 Carolina Jamaal Anderson DE
    15-Pittsburgh Adam Carriker DE
    16-Green Bay Greg Olsen TE
    17-Jacksonvile Reggie Nelson S
    18-Cincinatti Paul Polsluszny LB
    19 Trade New England sends Asante Samuel to Tennessee for pick 19 , 50 Darrelle Revis CB
    20 NY Giants Aaron Ross CB
    21 Denver Jarvis Moss DE
    22 Dallas Chris Houston CB
    23 Kansas City Justin Harell DT
    24 Trade Buffalo send a 1st next year and pick 43 to New England for pick 24 Marshawn Lynch RB
    25 NY Jets Ben Grubbs OG
    26 Philadelphia Dwayne Bowe WR
    27 New Orleans Ted Ginn JR WR
    28 New England Joe Staley OT
    29 Baltimore Lawrance Timmons LB
    30 San Deigo Sydney Rice WR
    31 Chicago John Beason LB
    32 Indy Tank Tyler DT

    Round 2

    33 Raiders Tony Ugoh OT
    34 Detroit Anthony Spencer DE
    35 Tampa Bay Ray McDonald DE
    36 Cleveland Justin Blalock OG
    37 Chicago Marcus McCauley CB
    38 Arizona Jonathan Wade CB
    39 Atlanta Arron Sears OG
    40 Miami Craig Davis WR
    41 Minnesota Zach Miller TE
    42 San Fransisco Ikaika Alama-francis DE
    43 New England Brandon Meriweather S
    44 Atlanta Manny Ramirez OG
    45 Carolina Charles Johnson DE
    46 Pittsburgh Lamarr Woodley DE
    47 Green Bay Antonio Pittman RB
    48 Jacksonville Steve Smith WR
    49 Cincinatti Eric Wright CB
    50 New England Brandon Siler LB
    51 Trade Denver sends picks 56, 86 for pick 51 Brian Leonard RB
    52 St. Louis David Harris LB
    53 Dallas Victor Abiamiri DE
    54 Kansas City Anthony Gonzalez WR
    55 Seatlle Turk McBride DT
    56 Trade Houston Send a 2 rd pick next year and pick 73 Ryan Kalil C
    57 Philadelphia David Irons CB
    58 New Orleans Rufas Alexander LB
    59 NY Jets Josh Wilson CB
    60 Detroit Drew Stanton QB
    61 Baltimore Jason Hill WR
    62 San Diego Aaron Rouse S
    63 NY Jets Tim Shaw LB
    64 Tampa Bay Samson Satele C

    Round 3

    65 Raiders Doug Free OT
    66 Detroit Tanard Jackson S
    67 Cleveland Daymeion Hughes CB
    68 Tampa Bay AJ Davis CB
    69 Cleveland Josh Beck QB
    70 Denver Quinten Moses DE
    71 Miami James Marten OT
    72 Minnesota Ben Patrick TE
    73 NY Giants Eric Weddle S
    74 Buffalo Johnnie Lee Higgins WR
    75 Atlanta Tony Hunt RB
    76 San Fransisco Andy Alleman G
    77 Pittsburgh Kenny Irons RB
    78 Green Bay Josh Gattis S
    79 Jacksonville Trent Edwards QB
    80 Tennessee Lorenzo Booker RB
    81 NY Giants Brandon Mebane DT
    82 St. Louis Marcus Thomas DT
    83 Carolina Michael Johnson S
    84 Kansas City Josh Beekman G
    85 Seattle Dan Bazuin BE
    86 NY Giants Ryan Harris OT
    87 Dallas Stewart Bradley LB
    88 New Orleans MIchael Coe CB
    89 NY Jets Justin Durant LB
    90 Philadelphia Dustin Fry C
    91 New England Buster Davis LB
    92 Buffalo Marshall Yanda OT
    93 San Diego Mike Walker WR
    94 Chicago Josh Beck QB
    95 Indy Antonio Johnson DT
    96 San Diego David Clowney WR
    97 San Fransisco Antonio Johnson DT
    98 Indy Michael Okow LB
    99 Oakland Aundrae Allison WR
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    I need Dramamine after this one.
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    That's just about a dream draft for us with the exception of Buster Davis. I think he's undersized for the Pats system. Otherwise some very nice pickups. I doubt the real draft works this well in our favor.
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    I know but outside of the trade of Asante i think it possible
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    what do you mean
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    #95 Jersey

    Dizzy from all the trades......
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    This would be a great draft.
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    With Bradley available so close to No. 91 I would think the Pats would package something together to jump ahead of Dallas, he fits the 3-4 LB mold more than Davis.

    And...

    95 Indy Antonio Johnson DT
    96 San Diego David Clowney WR
    97 San Fransisco Antonio Johnson DT
    98 Indy Michael Okow LB
    99 Oakland Aundrae Allison WR

    Is Antonio Johnson good enough to get drafted twice?
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    I don't see Miami trading up for a QB. It looks like the Trent Green deal will go through. Coach Cameron doesn't seem fond enough of WR's (based on SD's schemes, draft and FA history) to move up for Calvin Johnson and Jamarcus Russel would cost waaaaay to much to move up for. Outside of those guys nobody is worth moving into the top of the draft for.

    Normally I would agree with NE trading back for extra picks but they need impact young guys and this year it looks like guys they need will be good value at their picks. If they do deal a 1st I think it will be #28. At #24 they will fill a need and probably take someone that the Jets would want at #25.
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    Your Detroit Miami trade is way off on draft value points.

    #9 = 1400
    #60 = 300
    #71 = 235

    1935 total value points


    #2 = 2600
    #101 = 96

    2696 total value points

    The 761 points you are short = the 26th pick
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    I for one am a big fan of Buster Davis and would be extatic if we could land him in the 3rd.
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    Nice draft except for Davis, I'd rather have DeOssie at that point than Davis.

    And I think you completely whiffed in Griffin the safety from texas. He doesn't get drafted in the first 3 rounds?
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    #12 Jersey

    I think Miami should do whatever it takes to jump up and try to secure Quinn. Neither Green, Culpepper nor Lemon is the answer and they have to have a QB.
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    Great job Vegas. It always takes a lot of work to do these.

    However, I can't say that I am in love with it.

    I don't care for the picks of Siler or Davis.

    Now, let me ask some questions:

    Why would Cleveland trade out of the #3 slot with Thomas still on the board? From my point of view, Thomas is a bigger value to them than Peterson. You can't run if you don't have a solid O-line.

    Why would Denver trade up to get Brian Leonard? They have Mike Bell and just signed Travis Henry.
  15. A.C Vegas

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    I think Cleveland would trrade out to pick up a few more pick we all know Crennel is BB deciple and we all know the value he has for the draft

    And Denver jsut loves running backs and would think of it has a steal at that point
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    I did miss him i was doing late at night and though i did have him there
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