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  1. patsfan55

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    I've been researching the draft for months now, and today i finally sat down and did my annual first rd mock, this however is the first time ive posted it on here
    (note: ive looked over every teams depth charts etc to determine who would fit and of course who would be best value)
    Here goes:

    1-Houston: Reggie Bush
    2-New Orleans: D'Brick Ferguson (protect drew brees, they have no place for mario williams)
    3-tennessee: Vince Young (i think its the wrong qb, but this is who theyll take)
    4-Jets: Mario Williams (really don't want to see this, he will wreak havoc in the afc east)
    5-Packers: AJ Hawk
    6-49ers-traded to Arizona for 10th overall and 3rd and 4th rd picks in 06 draft: Matt Leinart
    7-Oakland: Vernon Davis (this could be cutler)
    8-Buffalo: Winston Justice
    9-Detroit: Michael Huff (the next ed reed)
    10-San Francisco (from zona): Jimmy Williams
    11-St Louis (I had trouble with this pick): Broderick Bunkley
    12-Cleveland: (pissing their pants) Haloti Ngata
    13-Baltimore: (also pissing their pants) Jay Cutler
    14-Philadelphia: (while minnesota throws some chairs) Ernie Sims
    15-Denver: Laurence Maroney
    16-Miami: Chad Greenway
    17-Minnesota: Manny Lawson
    18-Dallas: Jason Allen
    19-San Diego: Chad Jackson
    20-Kansas City: Tye Hill
    21-New England: Antonio Cromartie (not too many times can you get a shutdown corner at 21, and the pats jump on it-value, not need, thats why they dont take carpenter)
    22-San Francisco: Kamerion Wimbley
    23-Tampa Bay: Donte Whitner
    24-Cincinnati: Leonard Pope
    25-Giants: (got some help from my giant fan roomate on this one as i couldnt decide between ryans/holmes/williams)Demeco Ryans
    26-Chicago: Santonio Holmes
    27-Carolina: Bobby Carpenter
    28-Jax: Deangelo Williams (ecstatic he fell to them)
    29-Jets: Jonathan Joseph (mangini wants to add some playmakers in the secondary)
    30-Indy: (picking best rb left) Lendale White
    31-Seattle: Ko Simpson
    32-Pitt: Pat Watkins
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    This is a guessing game. It seems like insiders are saying Mario Williams will go #1, and amazingly that Donte Whitner may actually be drafted by Buffalo at #8. In three years, Marv Levy may prove to be a genius... or not. I can't see Minnesota taking a DE in round one since they took Udeze and that other Wisconsin DE last year. That seems like folly of Detroit/WR proportions. I wonder if Buffalo will go OT in the top ten again after the Williams debacle... I can't see Baltimore taking another project QB. I think they will acquire McNair and keep Boller as a back up.
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    Cromartie isn't a "shutdown" corner. He's a NICKEL Back, who has 1 college career start under his belt, but has tons of measurables and potential.
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    at first he would be depth
    but i think in a yr or two he could be a premier shutdown corner
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    1-Houston: Reggie Bush
    Don't you hate when your mock is wrong before the dratf even starts LOL
    you and 99% of the known world
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