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  1. BPF

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    If the draft unfolds like this, it would be perfect.

    http://www.patriots.com/news/index.cfm?ac=latestnewsdetail&pid=24775&pcid=46

    4/6/07

    Patriots Mock Draft Version 2 Tom Casale, Patriots Football Weekly

    Round 1A - Jon Beason, LB Miami (6-0, 237)

    Round 1B - Michael Griffin, S Texas (5-11, 202)

    Round 3 - Daymeion Hughes, Cal (5-10, 190)

    Round 4 - Zak DeOssie, OLB Brown (6-4, 250)

    Round 5 - Darius Walker, RB Notre Dame (5-10, 206)

    Round 6A - Desmond Bishop, ILB Cal (6-1, 239)

    Round 6B - Chris Denman, OT Fresno State (6-6, 315)

    Round 6C - C.J. Wilson, CB Baylor (6-1, 196)

    Round 6D - Ryne Robinson, WR Miami (5-9, 180)

    Round 7 - Jeff Rowe, QB Nevada (6-5, 226)
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    that would be god dam amazing, almost perfect
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    Cousins,
    I did a mock last night but it had some errors so I repaired it today.

    I hope you enjoy this mock draft. I am sure you won’t agree with everything.I do have one trade I predict for it. The Falcons and owner Arthur Blanks (who looks like Bud Abbott of “Abbott and Costello” or at the least a carnival barker at the “girlee” side show) who has the ammunition (2, second round picks) to jump over Gruden and the Bucs and get their man, local GA player Calvin Johnson for Vick. Keep a stiff upper lip Jon (not bottom silly!). Blanks gives the Lions pic #44 for the swap moving from #8 to #2.

    This trade was made possible and actually makes sense for all parties including (shock!) the Lions as…..Oh, I see!…… Millen was in the men’s’ room when this deal went down.

    While the sitting Millen was in the men’s room, he was thinking about offering his new draft choices a Toyota when they sign. The crazy thing is Mr. Ford was gonna go along with this. Why stop a precedent!
    ROUND 1

    1) Oakland - QB JaMarcus Russell (LSU): NO CHOICE HERE. NO QB THERE.

    2) *Atlanta - WR Calvin Johnson (Georgia Tech): A NON-PASS-DROPPER. AMAZING! AND A GA LOCAL.

    3) Cleveland - QB Brady Quinn (Notre Dame): A FRANCHISE QB TO DEVELOP.GETS ROMEO MORE TIME BEFORE THE GALLOS.

    4) Tampa Bay - DT Amobi Okoye (Louisville): HOVAN IS OLDER. NEED ANOTHER SAPP TYPE. HE HAS LESS OF A DUNLOP (DONE-LOPPED-OVER-HIS-PANTS) SPARE.

    5) Arizona - DE Gaines Adams (Clemson): BEST AVAILABLE DEFENSIVE DUDE. DEFENSE? CARDINALS?

    6) Washington - DE Jamaal Anderson (Arkansas):SKINS WERE 32 IN SACKS. CAN DAN S. RUSH?

    7) Minnesota - DE Adam Carriker (Nebraska): LITTLE HIGH? NOT REALLY. CAN BE A DE/DT.

    8) * Detroit - OT Joe Thomas (Wisconsin): FINALLY A WISE DRAFT DAY MOVE.

    9) Miami - OT Levi Brown (Penn State): NEEDED O-LINE UPGRADE. WHY NOT.

    10) *Houston - RB Adrian Peterson (Oklahoma): REGGIE WHERE ART THOU? ANTI-CASSERLIE PIC

    11) San Francisco - WR Ted Ginn Jr. (Ohio State): THIS YEARS POTENTIAL HESTER EXCITEMENT AWARD WINNER, NOW TO TEAM WITH V. DAVIS

    12) Buffalo - CB Leon Hall (Michigan): A NEED WITH CLEMENT GONE. NICE YOUNG DB CORE

    13) St. Louis - DT Alan Branch (Michigan): NEED A D-LINEMAN-BRANCH IS ALMOST 2 OF THEM

    14) Carolina - S LaRon Landry (LSU): LOOKY HERE! LOOKY! FOX GETS LUCKY!

    15) Pittsburgh - CB Darrelle Revis (Pittsburgh): LOCAL KID MAKES GOOD. NO FLOWING LONG HAIR. CAN HE BE GOOD TROY?

    16) Green Bay - RB Marshawn Lynch (California): NOW THIS ALMOST MAKES SENSE GB. NEWS FLASH FAVRE RE-UPS FOR 5 MORE YEARS.

    17) Jacksonville - S Reggie Nelson (Florida): LOCAL KID MAKES GOOD #2. DARIUS PROTÉGÉ’.

    18) Cincinnati - CB Chris Houston (Arkansas): "ARMS UP AND SPREAD’EM", MEANS COVER TO HOUSTON. WE ARE SHOCKED.

    19) Tennessee - WR Robert Meachem (Tennessee): LOCAL KID MAKES GOOD #3. TALENT FOR VY.

    20) NY Giants - LB Paul Posluszny (Penn State): SMART PLAYER. NEVER CALLED OUT JOE-PA.

    21) Denver - DE Anthony Spencer (Purdue): NOT AN UNREALISTIC PIC ON MOST BOARDS. CAN BE AN OLB. ANOTHER SNEAKY SHANANHAN FIND!

    22) Dallas - S Brandon Meriweather (Miami, FL): ROY WILLIAMS HAS SOME BACK-UP. HE'S ARMED TOO!

    23) Kansas City - WR Dwayne Bowe (LSU): A REAL WR GOING TO KC? JUST AS TRENT LEAVES?

    24) *New England - LB Patrick Willis (Mississippi): A LITTLE LUCK HERE, BUT IN 2007 SO FAR SO GOOD. THE GODFATHER HAS A GOOD DAY.

    25) NY Jets - TE Greg Olsen (Miami, FL): HE AND WILLIS WILL BE BEATING ON EACH OTHER FOR THE NEXT 10 YRS.

    26) Philadelphia - DE Jarvis Moss (Florida): IF JEVON HAS ANYTHING LEFT, THIS KID HELPS ADD YEARS.

    27) New Orleans - CB Aaron Ross (Texas): LIKE THE PIC.THE SAINTS ARE STOCKPILING TALENT. EVEN HIS GIRLFRIEND HAS TALENT (OLYMPIC!)

    28) New England - S Michael Griffin (Texas): BETTER THAN MOST THINK. HAS BB S/T TOOLS. HIS MILITARY FAMILY BACKROUND WORKS FOR BB. THANKS SGT. HULKA!

    29) Baltimore - LB Lawrence Timmons (Florida State): ANOTHER A. THOMAS IN THE MAKING?

    30) San Diego - WR Dwayne Jarrett (USC): HELPS GATES, LT & RIVERS. NOT A STIFF. HE STARTS IN SD.

    31) Chicago - OT Joe Staley (Central Michigan): HIS NAME EVEN REEKS CHICAGO BEARS.

    32) Indianapolis - DT Justin Harrell (Tennessee): A D-LINE GUY BIGGER THAN PEYTON?.

    ROUND 2

    33) Oakland - OT Arron Sears (Tennessee):

    34) Detroit - LB David Harris (Michigan):

    35) Tampa Bay - WR Steve Smith (USC):

    36) Cleveland - DE Charles Johnson (Georgia):

    37) *Chicago - TE Zach Miller (Arizona State):

    38) Arizona - CB Marcus McCauley (Fresno State):

    39) *Atlanta - DE Victor Abiamiri (Notre Dame):

    40) Miami - DE Tim Crowder (Texas):

    41) Minnesota - WR Anthony Gonzalez (Ohio State):

    42) San Francisco - CB Eric Wright (UNLV):

    43) Buffalo - LB Jon Beason (Miami, FL):

    44) * Detroit - QB Drew Stanton (Michigan State):

    45) Carolina - TE Ben Patrick (Delaware):

    46) Pittsburgh - LB Brandon Siler (Florida):

    47) Green Bay - WR Sidney Rice (South Carolina):

    48) Jacksonville – QB John Beck (BYU)

    49) Cincinnati - DT Brandon Mebane (California):

    50) Tennessee - C Ryan Kalil (USC):

    51) NY Giants - WR Craig Davis (LSU):

    52) St. Louis - FB Brian Leonard (Rutgers):

    53) Dallas - OG Justin Blalock (Texas):

    54) Kansas City - OT Tony Ugoh (Arkansas):

    55) Seattle - S Aaron Rouse (Virginia Tech):

    56) Denver - CB Daymeion Hughes (California):

    57) Philadelphia - OT James Marten (Boston College):

    58) New Orleans - DE Quentin Moses (Georgia):

    59) NY Jets - DT Ryan McBean (Oklahoma State):

    60) *Miami - DT DeMarcus Tyler (N.C. State):

    61) Baltimore - CB Tanard Jackson (Syracuse):

    62) San Diego - OG Ben Grubbs (Auburn):

    63) *NY Jets - CB Josh Wilson (Maryland):

    64) Indianapolis - RB Antonio Pittman (Ohio State):

    ROUND 3

    65) Oakland - TE Scott Chandler (Iowa):

    66) Detroit - DE Dan Bazuin (Central Michigan):

    67) Cleveland - S Eric Weddle (Utah):

    68) Tampa Bay - DE Alama-Francis (Hawaii):

    69) Arizona - OT Ryan Harris (Notre Dame):

    70) *Denver - S Sabby Piscitelli (Oregon State):

    71) Miami - LB Buster Davis (Florida State):

    72) Minnesota - CB Jonathan Wade (Tennessee):

    73) Houston - T Turk McBride (Tennessee):

    74) Buffalo - RB Tony Hunt (Penn State):

    75) Atlanta – S Michael Johnson (Arizona)

    76) San Francisco - LB Justin Durant (Hampton):

    77) Pittsburgh - RB Michael Bush (Louisville):

    78) Green Bay - S John Wendling (Wyoming):.

    79) Jacksonville - WR Aundre Allison (East Carolina):

    80) Tennessee - DE Baraka Atkins(Miami):

    81) NY Giants - CB David Irons (Auburn):

    82) St. Louis - LB Rufus Alexander (Oklahoma):

    83) Carolina - OT Doug Free (Northern Illinois):

    84) Kansas City - DT Marcus Thomas (Florida):

    85) Seattle - OG Josh Beekman (Boston College):

    86) Denver - WR Jason Hill (Washington State):

    87) Dallas - CB Fred Bennett (South Carolina):

    88) New Orleans - OG Marshal Yanda (Iowa):

    89) NY Jets - DE Ray McDonald (Florida):

    90) Philadelphia - DT Kareem Brown (Miami, FL):

    91) New England – LB/DE LaMarr Woodley (Michigan):

    92) *Buffalo – TE Clark Harris (Rutgers)

    93) San Diego - DT Paul Soliai (Utah):

    94) Chicago - DT Quinn Pit**** (Ohio State):

    95) Indianapolis - CB Tarrell Brown (Texas):

    96) San Diego – LB-Stewart Bradley (Nebraska)

    97) San Francisco - DE Brian Robison (Texas):

    98) Indianapolis - QB Troy Smith (Ohio State):

    99) Oakland - DT Jay Alford (Penn State):
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    I think I was the first to put Chris Denman in a Patriots mock, I wonder if he reads this board?;)
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    Let's see, in a draft chock full of big, fast Safeties, the Pats take two small CB/FS types high, and another late? They also take two under-sized MLBs to use inside on the 3-4? Beisel was the same size as these cats. Denman over the likes of Taylor and Hall, tell me he doesn't have a Mankins fixation. The Pats have great FS depth on the current roster with Wilson, Hawkins, Baker, Sanders, Gay, Scott, & Spann. There are three beefier SS types if you count Sanders. If he wants a 4.6 FS, grab Payne in round 5 and get Ded Harrington for ILB later; or grab Herring in round 6 if you love Bishop so much. It's Wrong Borges strikes out as far as I'm concerned.
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    Beisel wasn't bad because of his size, he was bad because he was bad. Tedy Bruschi and Zach Thomas are too undersized ILB and they are both great players.
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