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  1. drpatriot

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    By yours truly ;). There are some unorthodox picks here, so I have included commentary where it seems necessary. Note that I didn't do trades in this mock.


    1 Houston Reggie Bush, RB, USC
    2 New Orleans A.J. Hawk, LB, Ohio St. They already have two DEs and a QB, so Leinart and Williams are out of the question.
    3 Tennessee Matt Leinart, QB, USC
    4 New York Jets D’Brickashaw Ferguson, OT, Virginia Williams might be a better player, but the Jets desperately need an offensive line.
    5 Green Bay Mario Williams, DE, N.C. State
    6 San Francisco Michael Huff, DB, Texas
    7 Oakland Haloti Ngata, DT, Oregon Warren Sapp is getting too old and their other players aren't anything special.
    8 Buffalo Vernon Davis, TE, Maryland
    9 Detroit Jimmy Williams, CB, Virginia Tech Their secondary could use an upgrade, though they arguably have bigger needs.
    10 Arizona Winston Justice, OT, USC Clearly a huge reach, but they will need a good offensive line to make holes for Edge. A trade down here is more likely.
    11 St. Louis Chad Greenway, LB, Iowa They need linebackers, and Greenway could fit their system.
    12 Cleveland Kamerion Wimbley, LB, Florida St.
    13 Baltimore Broderick Bunkley, DT, Florida St.
    14 Philadelphia Santonio Holmes, WR, Ohio St.
    15 Denver Chad Jackson, WR, Florida
    16 Miami Antonio Cromartie, CB, Florida St.Saban takes a big chance on a boom-or-bust player.
    17 Minnesota Vince Young, QB, Texas They will need a replacement for Brad Johnson and Young had no problem redshirting at Texas.
    18 Dallas Jason Allen, FS, Tennessee
    19 San Diego Tye Hill, CB, Clemson
    20 Kansas City Mathias Kiwanuka, DE, Boston College DE to supplement Jared Allen.
    21 New England DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis I'm sure people are screaming at me "Manny Lawson" but Williams is the best player available right now, period. Will have time to develop behind Corey.
    22 New York Jets Laurence Maroney, RB, Minnesota The eventual replacement for Martin, and seems to fit the Jets system better than White.
    23 Tampa Bay Marcus McNeil, OT, Auburn Another reach at a need position
    24 Cincinnati Leonard Pope, TE, Georgia
    25 New York Giants Ashton Youbouty, CB, Ohio St.
    26 Chicago Marcedes Lewis, TE, UCLA
    27 Carolina Lendale White, RB, USC
    28 Jacksonville Jonathan Joseph, CB, South Carolina
    29 Atlanta Ko Simpson, FS, South Carolina
    30 Indianapolis Joseph Addai, RB, LSU
    31 Seattle Manny Lawson, LB, N.C. State
    32 Pittsburgh Sinorice Moss, WR, Miami
    Second Round
    33 Houston Eric Winston, OT, Miami
    34 New Orleans Abdul Hodge, LB, Iowa
    35 New York Jets Tamba Hali, DE, Penn St.
    36 Green Bay Bobby Carpenter, LB, Ohio St.
    37 San Francisco Gabe Watson, DT, Michigan
    38 Oakland Thomas Howard, LB, UTEP
    39 Tennessee DeMeco Ryans, LB, Alabama
    40 Detroit Domonique Byrd, TE, USC
    41 Arizona Jay Cutler, QB, Vanderbilt They had to take him at this point.
    42 Buffalo Darnell Bing, SS, USC In lieu of Lawyer Milloy.
    43 Cleveland Richard Marshall, CB, Fresno St.
    44 Baltimore Max Jean-Gilles, OG, Georgia
    45 Philadelphia Jonathan Lewis, DT, Virginia Tech
    46 St. Louis Davin Joseph, OG, Oklahoma
    47 Atlanta Daryn Colledge, OT, Boise St.
    48 Minnesota Donte Whitner, DB, Ohio St.
    49 Dallas Deuce Latui, OG, USC
    50 San Diego Andrew Whitworth, OT, LSU
    51 Minnesota Ernie Sims, LB, Florida St.
    52 New England D’Qwell Jackson, LB, Maryland Best ILB in the draft. Vrabel moves outside in this scenario.
    53 Washington Charles Spencer, OG, Pittsburgh
    54 Kansas City Rodrigue Wright, DT, Texas
    55 Cincinnati Pat Watkins, FS, Florida St.
    56 New York Giants Claude Wroten, DT, LSU
    57 Chicago Jonathan Scott, OT, Texas
    58 Carolina Maurice Stovall, WR, Notre Dame
    59 Tampa Bay Kelly Jennings, CB, Miami
    60 Jacksonville Joel Klopfenstein, TE, Colorado
    61 Denver Demetrius Williams, WR, Oregon
    62 Indianapolis Nick Mangold, C, Ohio St.
    63 Seattle Derek Hagan, WR, Arizona St.
    64 Pittsburgh Martin Nance, WR, Miamo (Ohio)
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  2. big mike

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    1. I think you should have a couple more teams draft AJ Hawk - he can definitely play for more than 2 teams.
    2. I'd be disappointed if we didn't take Lawson.
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    #50 Jersey

    1) The fact that you used BPA vs best VALUE available is fault number 1. Pats wouldn't pass up Manny Lawson to take Deangelo Williams.

    2) D'Qwell Jackson is not an ILB. He's a MLB. There is a difference. Jackson doesn't have the frame to put on the extra 10-15 lbs he needs to play ILB in the Pats system.

    This is a VERY strong draft for OLB and MLB. Its not a strong draft for ILB early on.
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    #75 Jersey

    Where's Mario Williams?
  5. drpatriot

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    Fixed...the Packers are be taking Mario Williams with pick 5.
  6. drpatriot

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    I am a big fan of Manny Lawson but, as you said, this is a VERY strong draft for OLB and we can find other good prospects later in the draft, including but not limited to Stanley McClover, Spencer Hayner and Mark Anderson.
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    the new york jets do not own denver's 22nd pick (yet)...though maroney remains a possibility for the spot, tamba hali is the likely pick (whom you have the jets taking in the second round, ironically)

    if the jets need an offensive line, they'd be better off trading their #4 pick to denver for their #15 and #22 and taking TWO tackles of the board...they can draft the best guard or centre with their second round pick.
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    Fun and games doc!


    doc, thanks for putting in the time and effort, it has been fun disagreeing with you and looking at things from your perspective! :rocker:
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    I agree, but i decided not to include trades in this mock because they need a willing partner. Why would Denver want the #4 pick instead of two mid-round picks?
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    If they thought their best move was to grab Plummer's replacement or they wanted AJ Hawk/Michael Huff. Thoughts to ponder....
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    mario williams would be the answer to that question....or even jay cutler
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    I thought about this, but Jake Plummer is only 31. He is also under contract with the Broncos through 2009. The earliest the Broncos will begin looking for his replacement, especially in the 1st round, is next year.

    I'll concede on this one, especially because he is so likely to fall to spot #4.
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