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    I like the pick, do not like the order we pick though.
     
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    Re: Early Bird 2007 Mock Draft


    Patriots will be picking last.
     
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    Ochmed Jones Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    #12 Jersey

    Calvin Johnson at #2. I think he was the best WR in college last season, and he was only a sophomore. Fantastic hands, speed and decent route running.

    I'd love for him to fall to #32 so we could snag him.
     
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    drpatriot Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    I don't like this mock very much, and here's why:
    First, there's no way in hell that the 49ers pass on Peterson. The Jets follow up with taking Johnson or trading down with someone (the Chiefs?) to get Marshawn Lynch. I also think that the Lions would take Quentin Moses or Sam Baker if they were smart and wait until the 2nd round for a QB, this looks to be a reasonably deep QB draft. The Browns would then take Stanton at #14. Ted Ginn is another Dante Hall, so look for the Chiefs to find more of a possession receiver in the 1st round if that's what they do (Sidney Rice? Jeff Samardzija?) After that, everything looks fine.

    Overall, this looks to be a talented first round, especially on the offensive side of the ball. Therefore, the Patriots will go defense. :D
     
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