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  1. patsfaninpa

    patsfaninpa In the Starting Line-Up

    Sep 15, 2004
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    Look who he has going at 13,16 and 18. Forgot how highly touted Gaffney and Caldwell were coming out of Florida. I clicked on a link for his 07 projection and got this.

    This year he has us taking D.Revis at 24. I doubt if he's there. And, he has us taking A.Gonzalez - WR - Ohio ST at 28. Though,
    he has A.Spencer and P.Willis going 29 and 30. I'd be ecstatic with Revis and Spencer. Revis can return punts too. Remember that great return he had against WVU? One of the best plays of the year.

    Feb. 4
    Initial first-round projection

    In my second first-round projection of the 2002 NFL draft, Fresno State quarterback David Carr is the overall first pick (to the expansion Houston Texans).

    Carr rises to the top in my mock draft on the strength of his highly impressive performance at the Senior Bowl. Carr demonstrated a quick release with tremendous velocity and accuracy. He possesses excellent touch, timing and precision. He also has the presence and leadership qualities that a QB needs.

    Meanwhile, Florida wide receiver Reche Caldwell makes the biggest jump into my first-round projection as the 18th pick (to the Redskins).

    The draft is slated for April 20-21.

    For now, here's how I forecast the first round (* -- underclassman):

    1. Houston Texans -- David Carr, QB, Fresno State

    2. Carolina Panthers -- *Julius Peppers, DE, North Carolina

    3. Detroit Lions -- *Roy Williams, DB, Oklahoma

    4. Buffalo Bills -- Joey Harrington, QB, Oregon

    5. San Diego Chargers -- Bryant McKinnie, OT, Miami (Fla.)

    6. Dallas Cowboys -- Quentin Jammer, CB, Texas

    7. Minnesota Vikings -- Mike Williams, OT, Texas

    8. Kansas City Chiefs -- Ryan Sims, DT, North Carolina

    9. Jacksonville Jaguars -- *Antonio Bryant, WR, Pittsburgh

    10. Cincinnati Bengals -- *Phillip Buchanon, CB, Miami (Fla.)

    11. Indianapolis Colts -- *Albert Haynesworth, DT, Tennessee

    12. Arizona Cardinals -- Wendell Bryant, DT, Wisconsin

    13. New Orleans Saints -- Daniel Graham, TE, Colorado

    14. New York Giants -- *Jeremy Shockey, TE, Miami (Fla.)

    15. Tennessee Titans -- John Henderson, DT, Tennessee

    16. Atlanta Falcons -- *Jabar Gaffney, WR, Florida

    17. Cleveland Browns -- *William Green, RB, Boston College

    18. Washington Redskins -- *Reche Caldwell, WR, Florida

    19. Denver Broncos -- *Ashley Lelie, WR, Hawaii

    20. Seattle Seahawks -- Kalimba Edwards, DE, South Carolina

    21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- *Clinton Portis, RB, Miami (Fla.)

    22. Oakland Raiders -- Napoleon Harris, OLB, Northwestern

    23. Baltimore Ravens -- Edward Reed, DB, Miami (Fla.)

    24. New York Jets -- *Toniu Fonoti, OG, Nebraska

    25. Philadelphia Eagles -- Andre Gurode, OG, Colorado

    26. Miami Dolphins -- *T.J. Duckett, RB, Michigan State

    27. Green Bay Packers -- Patrick Ramsey, QB, Tulane

    28. San Francisco 49ers --Dwight Freeney, DE, Syracuse

    29. Chicago Bears -- Levi Jones, OT, Arizona State

    30. Pittsburgh Steelers -- *Derek Ross, CB, Ohio State

    31. St. Louis Rams -- *Josh Reed, WR, LSU

    32. New England Patriots -- *Dennis Johnson, DE, Kentucky
  2. SeauOUCH

    SeauOUCH On the Game Day Roster

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    further proof that taking WR's early is a bad idea.
  3. SamBamsFan

    SamBamsFan Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    actual picks in '02-

    1 Houston David Carr QB Fresno State
    2 Carolina Julius Peppers DE North Carolina
    3 Detroit Joey Harrington QB Oregon
    4 Buffalo Mike Williams T Texas
    5 San Diego Quentin Jammer CB Texas
    6 Kansas City Ryan Sims DT North Carolina
    7 Minnesota Bryant McKinnie T Miami
    8 Dallas Roy Williams SS Oklahoma
    9 Jacksonville John Henderson DT Tennessee
    10 Cincinnati Levi Jones T Arizona State
    11 Indianapolis Dwight Freeney DE Syracuse
    12 Arizona Wendell Bryant DT Wisconsin
    13 New Orleans Donte' Stallworth WR Tennessee
    14 N.Y. Giants Jeremy Shockey TE Miami
    15 Tennessee Albert Haynesworth DT Tennessee
    16 Cleveland William Green RB Boston College
    17 Oakland Phillip Buchanon CB Miami
    18 Atlanta T.J. Duckett RB Michigan State
    19 Denver Ashley Lelie WR Hawaii
    20 Green Bay Javon Walker WR Florida State
    21 New England Daniel Graham TE Colorado
    22 N.Y. Jets Bryan Thomas DE Ala.-Birmingham
    23 Oakland Napoleon Harris OLB Northwestern
    24 Baltimore Ed Reed SS Miami
    25 New Orleans Charles Grant DE Georgia
    26 Philadelphia Lito Sheppard CB Florida
    27 San Francisco Mike Rumph FS Miami
    28 Seattle Jerramy Stevens TE Washington
    29 Chicago Marc Colombo T Boston College
    30 Pittsburgh Kendall Simmons G Auburn
    31 St. Louis Robert Thomas OLB UCLA
    32 Washington Patrick Ramsey QB Tulane
  4. AzPatsFan

    AzPatsFan Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Caldwell and Gaffney were picked as second round picks by two clubs. They were picked up by the enormous talent evaluators Pioli and Belichick.

    They produced for their original clubs and for whatever reason were available.

    Kiper's opinion of the talent, size, hands, ball skills, and speed are confirmed.
  5. patsfan55

    patsfan55 In the Starting Line-Up

    Sep 13, 2004
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    #95 Jersey

    and to think that ppl knocked me when i said i wanted ed reed, because tebucky couldnt tackle
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