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  1. DW Toys

    DW Toys In the Starting Line-Up

    Jan 9, 2007
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    Fire away!
    Thanks, DW Toys
    ROUND 2

    1 32 Miami Devin Thomas, WR, Michigan State-Too bad they don’t have a QB. They made their bed in Round one.
    2 33 St. Louis Anthony Collins, OT, Kansas-Help for Bulger. Solid draft so far.
    3 34 San Diego (from NE)( from Atlanta) (from Oakland)-
    Carl Nicks, OT, Nebraska. More OL depth.
    4 35 Kansas City Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville-You are not fooling us Herm.
    5 36 NY Jets Joe Flacco, QB, Delaware- #$#&*+*! $ Chiefs. The Jets have two noodle arms for Flacco to beat. The Jets with a QB named Joe?
    6 37 NE (from Atlanta) Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona. Smart ball-hawking CB. Wow the Pats got CB healthy quick!
    7 38 Baltimore Chad Henne, QB, Michigan. Could be worse. He could be the Big Ben type for the Ravens.
    8 39 San Francisco DeSean Jackson, WR/PR, California. Martz will have fun passing with this kid in the slot.
    9 40 New Orleans Dre Moore, DT, Maryland, Talented young DT. He should play with consistency.
    10 41 Buffalo Martellus Bennett, TE, TexasA&M. This could be another great weapon along with Sweed for Trent. He is "Gatesque" in round ball background and ability.
    11 42 Denver Earl Bennett, WR, Vanderbilt. A security blanket for Cutler and he is overjoyed. Take that #15!
    12 43 Carolina Early Doucet, WR, LSU good compliment to Smith and Moose. Closest to pro ready of the WR class.
    13 44 Chicago Mario Manningham, WR, Michigan. You can buy pot in Chicago. Good talent. Good luck Lovie.
    14 45 Detroit Jamaal Charles, RB, Texas. A must to add to the running back corp. This kid could start.
    15 46 Cincinnati Erin Henderson, OLB/ILB, Maryland. The Bengals defense is getting better. Henderson will help.
    16 47 Minnesota Brandon Flowers, CB, Virginia Tech. Winfield was hurt last year. He could be trade bate. They need a talented CB.
    17 48 Atlanta (from Houston) Charles Godfrey, CB, Iowa. Can play CB or FS Fast and big. Replaces Hall. Rising up the boards.
    18 49 Philadelphia Duane Brown, OT, Virginia Tech. With the sack happy Giants in their division, strong tackle play is needed. Brown is on the upswing.
    19 50 Arizona Patrick Lee, CB, Auburn. Good size talented CB. Moving up the boards and a bigger CB than most.
    20 51 Washington DaJuan Morgan, FS, N.C. State. A good replacement with a lot of upside for the very untimely situation of Sean Taylor RIP.
    21 52 Tampa Bay Mike Pollak, C, Arizona State. The best inside OL player in this class. Center is a need. A little high but a need.
    22 53 Pittsburgh Kevin Smith, RB, Central Florida. His statistics were huge. Good compliment to Fast Willie Parker but at 211lbs and a between the tackle guy.
    23 54 Tennessee Roy Schuening, G, Oregon State. A shot of youth and depth for the Titans.
    24 55 Seattle Sam Baker, OT, USC. The goal to rebuild the fragile Seattle OL continues. Baker was a pre-season 1st round candidate. He joins his teammate.
    25 56 Cleveland Ahtyba Rubin, DT, Iowa State. The middle of the Browns D-line needs help badly. This kid is going to get better.
    26 57 Miami (from San Diego) Curtis Lofton, ILB, Oklahoma. With Thomas gone fresh blood is needed for the Dolphins 3-4. This kid is good.
    27 58 Jacksonville Tom Zbikowski, SS, Notre Dame. His times justify the pick here. Team him with Nelson and you have the best pair of young safeties in the league.
    28 59 Indianapolis Chris Johnson, RB, East Carolina. The fastest guy in the draft and a change of pace runner with Adai. How’s this Peyton? This would be scary.
    29 60 Green Bay Cliff Avril, LB/DE, Purdue. A very good defense gets better. The speedy Avril will play OLB.
    30 61 Dallas Tracy Porter, CB, Indiana . Super fast. He joins a great defense and he has all the talent in the world.
    31 62 New England Josh Barrett, SS, Arizona State. Josh is the heir to the thrown for Harrison . He’s got 4.40 speed, weighs 225lbs and can hit. Great Jr. year and a bad Sr. year.
    32 63 NY Giants Reggie Smith, CB/S, Oklahoma. This is luckier than the helmet catch.
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  2. SamBamsFan

    SamBamsFan Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    Nice little malaprop there.
    Comments. You seemed to have really boosted a few players up in this round. Zbikowski, Rubin, Barrett & Schuening aren't players I normally associate w/ round two, and Nicks, Moore, & Bennett seem to be awful high. I have to sit back and see who was left off.
    Thanks for your effort. I know these take a lot of time.
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