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In Cowher We Trust
01-07-2007, 09:20 AM
Oakland - Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame
Andrew Walter and Aaron Brooks just are not getting it done.

Detroit - Joe Thomas, OT, Wisconsin
With Quinn off the board, they grab the stud tackle.

Cleveland - Jamarcus Russel, QB, Lsu
A three quarterback tandem in Cleveland..Not like we want it too:toofunny:

Tampa Bay - Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson
The Bucs have to upgrade their perimeter pass rush.

Arizona - Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona
With Thomas and Adams off the board, they reach a little for a corner.

Washington - Quentin Moses, DE, Georgia
They gamble on his upside at end.

Minnesota - Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech
Arguably the top player in the draft, he will likely go higher in April.

Houston - Adrian Peterson, RB, Oklahoma
Injury issues drop him down, but he?s a franchise caliber back.

Miami - Pat Willis, LB, Ole Miss
Saban coached in the SEC and knows just how good Willis is.

Atlanta - Levi Brown, OT, Penn St.
Protecting and giving Vick time is imperative.

San Francisco - Darrelle Revis, CB, Pitt
The offense has started to come around with their talented youngsters, now its time to address the D.

Buffalo - JaMarcus Russell, QB, LSU
If he declares, he?s a first round talent.

St. Louis - LaRon Landry, S, LSU
The standout safety will help immediately.

Carolina - Reggie Nelson, S, Florida
A true ballhawk in the secondary.

Pittsburgh - Paul Posluszny, LB, Penn St.
His mentality on the field is perfect for the Steeler defense.

Green Bay - Ted Ginn Jr, WR, Ohio St.
His explosiveness is something the offense lacks.

Jacksonville - Marcus McCauley, CB, Fresno St.
The Jags finally land a standout opposite Rashean Mathis.

Cincinnati - Demarcus Tyler, DT, North Carolina St.
They have to address the interior Dline.

Tennessee - Quinn Pit****, DT, Ohio St.
Like many other teams, shoring up the defensive line is a must.

NY Giants - Amobi Okoye, DT, Louisville
Upgrading the interior is a must.

Denver - Michael Griffin, S, Texas
John Lynch isn?t getting any younger, and Foxworth is playing out of position.

New England (from Sea) - Leon Hall, CB, Michigan
NE would be happy if he?s half as good as the last Michigan corner they took in the first round.

Dallas - Justin Blalock, OL, Texas
Blalock stays in Texas, and provides immediate help and versatility to the Boys Oline.

Kansas City - Dwayne Jarrett, WR, USC
KC finally lands a go to receiver.

New Orleans - Aaron Ross, CB, Texas
The offense is one of the best in the game, its time for the other side to be upgraded.

NY Jets - Marshawn Lynch, RB, Cal
He will go higher in April, but not many are looking at backs up until this point.

Philadelphia - Lawrence Timmons, LB, Florida St.
The playmaker at LB was a surprise entry, but is a potential first round pick.

New England - LaMarr Woodley, LB/DE, Michigan
He will play the role that Willie McGinest played for years before leaving for Cleveland.

Indianapolis - Justin Harrell, DT, Tennessee.
A bit of a reach here, but Indy absolutely must get some bodies that can stop the run.

Baltimore - HB Blades, LB, Pitt
Ray Lewis? replacement in a few years would also provide immediate help alongside him.

Chicago - Zach Miller, TE, Arizona St.
An intermediate threat for Grossman could help him out a lot with his consistency.

San Diego - Buster Davis, LB, Florida St.
Some youth at linebacker would be a big boost

I'll update soon

lamberts-lost-tooth
01-07-2007, 09:54 AM
Oakland - Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame
Andrew Walter and Aaron Brooks just are not getting it done.

Detroit - Joe Thomas, OT, Wisconsin
With Quinn off the board, they grab the stud tackle.

Cleveland - Jamarcus Russel, QB, Lsu
A three quarterback tandem in Cleveland..Not like we want it too:toofunny:

Tampa Bay - Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson
The Bucs have to upgrade their perimeter pass rush.

Arizona - Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona
With Thomas and Adams off the board, they reach a little for a corner.

Washington - Quentin Moses, DE, Georgia
They gamble on his upside at end.

Minnesota - Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech
Arguably the top player in the draft, he will likely go higher in April.

Houston - Adrian Peterson, RB, Oklahoma
Injury issues drop him down, but he?s a franchise caliber back.

Miami - Pat Willis, LB, Ole Miss
Saban coached in the SEC and knows just how good Willis is.

Atlanta - Levi Brown, OT, Penn St.
Protecting and giving Vick time is imperative.

San Francisco - Darrelle Revis, CB, Pitt
The offense has started to come around with their talented youngsters, now its time to address the D.

Buffalo - JaMarcus Russell, QB, LSU
If he declares, he?s a first round talent.

St. Louis - LaRon Landry, S, LSU
The standout safety will help immediately.

Carolina - Reggie Nelson, S, Florida
A true ballhawk in the secondary.

Pittsburgh - Paul Posluszny, LB, Penn St.
His mentality on the field is perfect for the Steeler defense.

Green Bay - Ted Ginn Jr, WR, Ohio St.
His explosiveness is something the offense lacks.

Jacksonville - Marcus McCauley, CB, Fresno St.
The Jags finally land a standout opposite Rashean Mathis.

Cincinnati - Demarcus Tyler, DT, North Carolina St.
They have to address the interior Dline.

Tennessee - Quinn Pit****, DT, Ohio St.
Like many other teams, shoring up the defensive line is a must.

NY Giants - Amobi Okoye, DT, Louisville
Upgrading the interior is a must.

Denver - Michael Griffin, S, Texas
John Lynch isn?t getting any younger, and Foxworth is playing out of position.

New England (from Sea) - Leon Hall, CB, Michigan
NE would be happy if he?s half as good as the last Michigan corner they took in the first round.

Dallas - Justin Blalock, OL, Texas
Blalock stays in Texas, and provides immediate help and versatility to the Boys Oline.

Kansas City - Dwayne Jarrett, WR, USC
KC finally lands a go to receiver.

New Orleans - Aaron Ross, CB, Texas
The offense is one of the best in the game, its time for the other side to be upgraded.

NY Jets - Marshawn Lynch, RB, Cal
He will go higher in April, but not many are looking at backs up until this point.

Philadelphia - Lawrence Timmons, LB, Florida St.
The playmaker at LB was a surprise entry, but is a potential first round pick.

New England - LaMarr Woodley, LB/DE, Michigan
He will play the role that Willie McGinest played for years before leaving for Cleveland.

Indianapolis - Justin Harrell, DT, Tennessee.
A bit of a reach here, but Indy absolutely must get some bodies that can stop the run.

Baltimore - HB Blades, LB, Pitt
Ray Lewis? replacement in a few years would also provide immediate help alongside him.

Chicago - Zach Miller, TE, Arizona St.
An intermediate threat for Grossman could help him out a lot with his consistency.

San Diego - Buster Davis, LB, Florida St.
Some youth at linebacker would be a big boost

I'll update soon

Good job brother...I hope your right about Kansas City FINALLY getting a WR...I have always liked Green and the Chiefs WR philosophy is a boil on my buttock!

SteelCityMan786
01-07-2007, 10:22 AM
Good Job with your Round 1. I like the pick of Pos to the Steelers.

LambertIsGod58
01-07-2007, 10:23 AM
There's no way Jarrett or Petersen will last that long...IMO

In Cowher We Trust
01-07-2007, 10:47 AM
NEW UPDATE..
I KNOW YOU WILL DISSAGREE

1 Oakland Raiders QB - JaMarcus Russell 6-5, 250 - LSU
2 Detroit Lions QB - Brady Quinn 6-4, 230 - Notre Dame
3 Cleveland Browns# RB - *Adrian Peterson 6-2, 220 - Oklahoma
4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers# WR - *Calvin Johnson 6-4, 235 - Georgia Tech
5 Arizona Cardinals OT - Joe Thomas 6-8, 310 - Wisconsin
6 Washington Redskins DT - *Alan Branch 6-6, 330 - Michigan
7 Minnesota Vikings WR - *Dwyane Jarrett 6-5, 210 - USC
8 Houston Texans OT - Levi Brown 6-6-5, 325 - Penn St.
9 Miami Dolphins QB - Troy Smith 6-1, 215 - Ohio State
10 Atlanta Falcons DE - Quentin Moses 6-5, 250 - Georgia
11 San Francisco 49ers CB - Leon Hall 5-11, 195 - Michigan
12 Buffalo Bills DE - Gaines Adams 6-4, 265 - Clemson
13 St. Louis Rams WR - *Ted Ginn 6-0, 180 - Ohio State
14 Carolina Panthers CB - *Antoine Cason 6-0, 185 - Arizona
15 Pittsburgh Steelers DE - Lamarr Woodley 6-2, 270 - Michigan
16 Green Bay Packers RB - *Marshawn Lynch 5-10, 223 - California
17 Jacksonville Jaguars QB - *Brian Brohm 6-4, 225 - Louisville
18 Cincinnati Bengals DT - Quinn Pit**** 6-3, 295 - Ohio State
19 Tennessee Titans FS - LaRon Landry 6-2, 205 - LSU
20 New York Giants* ILB - Patrick Willis 6-4, 230 - Mississippi
21 Denver Broncos WR - Jeff Samardzija 6-5, 215 - Notre Dame
22 New England (via Seattle Seahawks*) WR - Jason Hill 6-2, 210 - Washington St.
23 Dallas Cowboys* OT/OG - Justin Blalock 6-4, 330 - Texas
24 Kansas City Chiefs* CB - Darrelle Revis 5-11, 190 - Pitt
25 New Orleans Saints* ILB - Paul Poluszny 6-3, 238 - Penn St.
26 New York Jets* WR - *Sidney Rice 6-3, 200 - South Carolina
27 Philadelphia Eagles* TE - *Greg Olsen 6-5, 255 - Miami
28 New England Patriots* OLB - H.B. Blades 6-0, 240 - Pitt
29 Indianapolis Colts* DE - Dan Bazuin 6-3, 270 - Western Michigan
30 Chicago Bears* DT - Tank Tyler 6-2, 305 - North Carolina State
31 Baltimore Ravens* RB - Kenny Irons 5-10, 210 - Auburn
32 San Diego Chargers* WR - Steve Smith6-0, 195 - USC

*underclassman*

LambertIsGod58
01-07-2007, 12:11 PM
This would appear to be more accuate...once again IMO.

Godfather
01-08-2007, 10:31 AM
Good updates--you have to account for coaching changes, players coming out, and the Sugar Bowl audition.

JaMarcus is definitely a #1 talent-wise. His only shortcoming is a tendency to be careless with the ball as a runner (that's where he needs to improve his decision-making).

Watch for Dwayne Bowe in the second round. He was one of Russell's favorite targets. He had a lot of drops in the past but he had LASIK surgery in the offseason and improved a great deal as a result.

Elvis
01-09-2007, 07:09 PM
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Good mock draft... I am gonna work on one as well... I would like the Steelers to look at a top DB or OL though... these are the 2 weakest points in my opinion... I also think we need to be looking for a replacement at NT as well as Hampton is gettin' on up there in the years as well.. I just cant agree with a DE this early in the draft though...:wave: