Night before the draft, time to post your dream draft!

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  1. midwestpatsfan

    midwestpatsfan Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Well, since there are so many opinions on guys, I think it would be interesting to see what everyone is hoping happens over the next three days. So lets put them out there.
  2. CheeseMonkeys

    CheeseMonkeys 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

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    1- Cj Spiller- Slips to 22 we snatch him up.
    2a- Jerry Hughes- Slips and we grab him
    2b- arrelious Benn- We get our WR
    2c- Tyson Alualu- Good value and good player

    Basically a lot of slippin and sliding but it's a dream draft.
  3. bakes781

    bakes781 In the Starting Line-Up

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    22 McClain
    44 Odrick
    47 McCluster
    53 Pouncey

    you did say dream :singing:
  4. BelichickFan

    BelichickFan B.O. = Fugazi Supporter

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    I've had it with slackers and soft players. I'll limit my upside to get players I really want on the team.

    1) Kareem Jackson
    2a) Alualu
    2b) Benn
    2c) Daniel Te'o Nesheim

    Fine, 1 and 2c are reaches but I am done, DONE, with slop. Give me talent and desire over a bit more talent.
  5. Nonentity

    Nonentity Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Dream 1:

    22 Suh
    44 Derrick Morgan
    47 Rolando McClain
    53 Jerry Hughes

    Dream 2: (slightly more realistic dream)

    22: Rolando McClain
    44: Jerry Hughes
    47: Tyson Alualu
    53: Daniel Te'o-Nesheim
  6. StraightCashHomey81

    StraightCashHomey81 Practice Squad Player

    Letter corresponds with trade listed below

    34(a,b). RB Jahvid Best, California
    44. DE/NT Linval Joseph, East Carolina
    47. DE/OLB Ricky Sapp, Clemson
    53. TE Aaron Hernandez, Florida
    90 (a). CB Alterraun Verner, UCLA
    127(b-c). WR Blair White, Michigan St.
    133(b-c). OL Mike Johnson, Alabama
    176(b-c). WR Scott Long, Louisville
    190. ILB Phillip Dillard, Nebraska
    196 (a). QB Zac Robinson, Oklahoma St.
    205. DE/OLB Tim Knicky, Stephen F. Austin
    247. OT Jeff Linkenbach, Cincinnati
    248. NT Ekom Udofia, Stanford
    250. KR/RB/WR Brandon James, Florida


    a. Patriots Trade #22 and #119 to Dallas for #27, #90, and #196

    b. Patriots trade #27 to Detroit for #34, #100, and a 4th round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.

    c. Patriots Trade #100 to Seattle for #127, #133, and #176.

    Patriots also trade #229 and #231 to Washington for a 2011 5th Round Pick

    *Trades made using Updated Trade Value Chart from Bleacher Report: Updating The NFL Draft Trade Value Chart | Bleacher Report

    Patriots 2011 Selections (in addition to their own): 1st round pick (Oakland), 4th round pick (Detroit), 5th round pick (Washington)
  7. JMarr

    JMarr In the Starting Line-Up

    My total 'needs' based draft. 10 total picks with trade-ups to get these guys:

    J. Hughes
    T. Alualu
    D. Williams
    D. Pitta
    M. Tennant
    A Dixon RB
    P. Stoudamire CB
    S. Smith OG
    Micah Johnson ILB
    Z. Robinson QB
  8. midwestpatsfan

    midwestpatsfan Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Wow, those are some dream drafts! I should have maybe mentioned to keep them somewhat realistic, but that is my bad, so, in the words of BB-it is what it is.
  9. reflexblue

    reflexblue Supporter Supporter

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    Hughes We can then put Suh and Hughes on the same side.
    McClain and i don't mean john McClain
    Kyle Wilson
    And throw in the best WR while were at it.
    You did say DREAM draft didn't you???
    Last edited: Apr 21, 2010
  10. Marqui

    Marqui In the Starting Line-Up

    All front line players...that's what I like to see. :cool:

    22) Maurkice Pouncey
    44) Greg Hardy
    47) Jared Veldheer
    53) Daniel Te'o-Nesheim
  11. carolinatony

    carolinatony In the Starting Line-Up

    1 Ndamukong Suh
    2 Eric Berry
    2 Rolando McClain
    2. Dez Bryant
    4. CJ Spiller
    6 Mike Iupati
    6 Brandon Graham
    7 Russell Okung
    7 Maurkice Pouncey
    7 Jared Odrick
    7 Sergio Kindle
    7 Brandon Graham
  12. BradyMossWelker

    BradyMossWelker Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    Trade down to the seven round. You get the 30 picks of it and draft:

    -Dez Bryant
    -Rolando McClain
    -Derrick Morgan
    -Brandon Graham
  13. Peachhead

    Peachhead Supporter Supporter

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    #1 Rams - QB Sam Bradford, Oklahoma

    #2 Lions - LT Russell Okung, Oklahoma State (in a shocker, but the Lions don't pick top 5 every year by accident. They always do dumb s#!t like this. Elsewhere, BB almost wets himself laughing maniacally.)

    #3 Tampa Bay - DT Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma (he just fits their system better)

    #4 Washington badly needs an LT but the guy they had zeroed in on (Okung) unexpectedly went #2. They also are in dire need of 2nd day picks. Light is in the last year of his contract and Vollmer looked great at LT last year. Additionally, since it's an uncapped year, paying top 5 money isn't as much of an issue as it is most years. So...Washington trades #4 to N.E. for #22, #44 and LT Matt Light.

    "With the 4th pick in the 2010 draft the New England Patriots select DT Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska."

    (2nd) #47 ILB Sean Lee, Penn State #53 slot WR/RS Dexter McCluster, Ole Miss

    (4th) #119 OLB Jason Worilds, Virginia Tech

    (6th) #190 RB Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State #205 C/G Matt Tennant, Boston College

    (7th) #229 RT Kyle Calloway, Iowa #231 CB Darren Mcfadden, Auburn #247 TE Jim Dray, Stanford #248 DL Brandon Deaderick, Alabama #250 WR Robbie Parris, Notre Dame
  14. reflexblue

    reflexblue Supporter Supporter

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    WOW you guys ain't playing around.
  15. Snake Eyes

    Snake Eyes Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    Trade completely out of the first round, picking up several picks along the way and/or trade Maroney and Thomas.

    2a. Alex Carrington
    2b. Jared Valdheer
    2c. Koa Misi
    3. Riley Cooper
    4. Daniel Teo-Nesheim
    5. Scott Sicko
    6a. Zoltan Mesko
    6b. Jameson Konz
    6c. Zac Robinson
    7a. Jim Dray
    7b. Kevin Matthews
    7c. Trindon Holliday
    7d. Armanti Edwards
    7e. LaMarcus Coker

    And I'd like to pick up as UDFAs

    Brandon Minor
    Michael Smith
    William Rose
    Cody Slate
    Caz Piurowski
    Last edited: Apr 21, 2010
  16. Feep50

    Feep50 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    Somehow, someway we successfully trade up and get Suh. Bigtime pipe-dream!
  17. SteveKiner

    SteveKiner Practice Squad Player

    22 Maurkice Pouncey
    44 Terrence Cody
    47 Koa Misi
    53 Jon Asamoah
    119 Daniel Te'o-Nesheim
    Last edited: Apr 21, 2010
  18. SeauOUCH

    SeauOUCH On the Game Day Roster

    22 Brandon Graham
    44 Golden Tate
    47 Tyson Alualu
    53 trade for #71 & #85

    71 Jason Worilds
    85 Dennis Pitta
    119 Mike Johnson
  19. chevss454

    chevss454 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    This draft is fluid, start to finish. "Reactionary Fluidity" I have called it in the real world. You act and I react in the best way possible for me at the time.

    So, realistically:

    - Guys I'd like at 22 or with a slight trade up: Spiller, Bryant, Thomas, Haden. Playmakers on either O or D with 22.

    - Guys I'd consider at 22 or with a slight trade back: Jerry Hughes, Kyle Wilson, Dan Williams, Ryan Mathews, Maurkice Pouncey, Jared Odrick

    - Guys I'd like at 44 or with a slight trade up: Jahvid Best, Demaryius Thomas, Rodger Saffold, Devin McCourty, - most of these guys will be gone before 44, but one may slip through

    - Guys I'd like in the 47-53 range: pick 1: Tyson Alualu, Corey Wooten, Koa Misi, Aurelius Benn, Damian Williams, Golden Tate, Mardy Gilyard, Sergio Kindle, Te'o'nesheim, Darryl Washington, or any above that slip.

    - Guys I'd like with a modest trade down from 53: Alex Carrington, Jared Veldheer, Eric Decker, Eric Norwood, Mardy Gilyard, Montario Hardesty, Toby Gerhart, Jonathan Dwyer, Taylor Price or any above that slip

    Best outcome for me, realistically:

    Dez Bryant. A top 10 player at 22. Great value/great player. Takes the heat off Moss, WW and WW2.

    Devin McCourty. Talented CB for the 4/2 big nickel to stop the Mannings/Brees' of the world.

    Corey Wootton. Capable 3 or 4 front DE.

    Koa Misi. OLB who can rush, cover and stop the run. (2nd choice would be Nesheim)

    The Pats get the #1 WR in the draft, hands down.
    The #3 CB who is better than anyone on the current roster.
    A very capable 4 or 3 front DE, and
    A huge upgrade at OLB with cover/run/rush capability.

    If these picks fail individually, I've given plenty of alternatives at each position for reactionary fluidity and still come out with a superlative draft.
    Last edited: Apr 21, 2010


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    Isn't he a RB for the Raiders since 2008?

    I think you meant Walter
    Last edited: Apr 21, 2010
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