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Mock 2 rounder w/ explanations

Discussion in 'The Atrium' started by uwbadger12000, Apr 5, 2006.

  1. uwbadger12000

    uwbadger12000 Cheesehead

    Feb 12, 2005
    2006 Mock NFL Draft

    Updated Last on 04/04/06

    1. Houston Texans: Reggie Bush, RB, USC
    Analysis: Bush is an amazing athlete! The Texans need playmakers everywhere, so they take one in Bush. Bush is one of best athletes to come out in years and the Texans need Bush to cover up some of their woeful offensive line play.

    2. New Orleans Saints: D'Brickashaw Ferguson, OT, Virginia
    Analysis: The Saints are looking to trade out of the number two spot. The Saints took an offensive tackle last year in Jamaal Brown and now they take another one, so they'll be set at this position for years to come.

    3. Tennessee Titans: Matt Leinart, QB, USC
    Analysis: The Titans are amazed he falls to them at pick number three. Leinart gets re-united with former USC offensive coordinator Norm Chow. Steve McNair is on his last legs and backup quarterback Billy Volek, although very talented and a great backup, is also not a spring chicken any more, either.

    4. New York Jets: Mario Williams, DE, North Carolina State
    Analysis: After trading John Abraham to the Falcons, the Jets need another great pass rusher from the end position. Williams is a little bit raw, but he is a monster. He is about 300 pounds and runs the forty yard dash in 4.66 seconds. Incredible talent that is too good to pass up for the Jets.

    5.Green Bay Packers: A.J Hawk, OLB, Ohio State
    Analysis: The Packers don't have very good linebackers. They released Na'il Diggs and they didn't even have good outside linebackers last year. As of right now, their starters are probably Robert Thomas, Ben Taylor, and Nick Barnett at linebackers. A linebacking corpse of Taylor, Barnett, and Hawk is a good trio.

    6. San Francisco 49ers: Vernon Davis, TE, Maryland
    Analysis: The 49ers need offensive weapons. They were horrible offensively last year. Alex Smith did not succeed in year one because he didn't have any talent around him. Davis will be a great player growing up with Smith.

    7. Oakland Raiders: Vince Young, QB, Texas
    Analysis: Al Davis is in love with Vince Young and may be willing to trade up to get him. A willing trade partner would be the Green Bay Packers and give them an extra pick or two. Young is a boom or bust prospect and Davis is willing to mortgage a bit of their future to get him.

    8. Buffalo Bills: Haloti Ngata, DT, Oregon
    Analysis: The Bills lost Pat Williams to the Minnesota Vikings last year and Sam Adams to the Cincinnati Bengals this year. They replace one of the lost defensive tackles with another run stuffer in Ngata.

    9.Detroit Lions: Michael Huff, S, Texas
    Analysis: Huff is a great athlete. The Lions need safeties and they get the best one of the draft. He will immediately help out this secondary.

    10. Arizona Cardinals: Winston Justice, OT, USC
    Analysis: Justice has really impressed so far. He may have put himself in the top ten and solidified himself as the seond best offensive tackle behind Ferguson. They signed Warner to a multi-year deal, so I think they take Justice over Jay Cutler.

    11. St. Louis Rams: Ernie Sims, OLB/S, Florida State
    Analysis: The Rams will want to use him at safety with the signing of Will Witherspoon, but he can play at either position and excel at either position. He may be a more talented version of Michael Boulware.

    12. Cleveland Browns: Broderick Bunkley, DT, Florida State
    Analysis: Bunkley has shot up the draft charts recently. He will fill the void left by the departure of the overrated Gerard Warren.

    13. Baltimore Ravens: Manny Lawson, DE/OLB, North Carolina State
    Analysis: Lawson could go anywhere in the first or second round. I've seen him go just about anywhere. I think he is a tremendous pass rusher and will really help out the Ravens linebacking core.

    14. Philadelphia Eagles: LenDale White, RB, USC
    Analysis: The new version of thunder and lightning. Westbrook and White would be a great tandem. They could mix up defenses with White in the backfield and Westbrook split out wide.

    15. Denver Broncos (from Atlanata): Jay Cutler, QB, Vanderbilt
    Analysis: Mike Shannahan cannot pass up on a talent like Cutler. Jake Plummer is getting up in years and need to start grooming a replacement. Getting a guy like Cutler and surrounding with weapons, which he didn't have at Vanderbilt, will really help out this guy.

    16. Miami Dolphins: Chad Jackson, WR, Florida
    Analysis: Daunte Culpepper has Chris Chambers and Ronnie Brown. He needs a second receiver to haul in his passes consistantly and Jackson is the guy to do it. The Dolphins then would have an offense of fire power and all they would need is a very good offensive line and they'd be set.

    17. Minnesota Vikings: Bobby Carpenter, OLB, Ohio State
    Analysis: The Vikings every year seem to fill their needs through free agency the last two years, but they still have a glaring weakness at linebacker. Carpenter is very good. He is one of those guys that could go anywhere from this pick to the early second round, but this is a very good pick for the Vikings.

    18. Dallas Cowboys: Kamerion Wimbley, DE, Florida State
    Analysis: Wimbley is another fast riser along with his college teammate Broderick Bunkley. They just go for best player available and they pick Bunkley.

    19.San Diego Chargers: Tye Hill, CB, Clemson
    Analysis: The Chargers need secondary help. If there is one glaring weakness on this team, it is the secondary. Hill is climbing up the draft charts and he could start right away for Chargers.

    20. Kansas City Chiefs: Eric Winston, OT, Miami (FL)
    Analysis: The Chiefs have an old offensive line. Winston, in a matter of a few years, will be the starter for the Chiefs, who produce great offensive lines year after year.

    21. New England Patriots: Jonathan Joseph, CB, South Carolina
    Analysis: The Patriots cornerbacks always get hurt. As great of a coach as Bill Belichick is, he finds replacements that can get the job done if his starters go down, and so he drafts Joseph.

    22. Denver Broncos (from WASH): Santonio Holmes, WR, Ohio State
    Analysis: Rod Smith is not getting any younger and they will need someone to play along side Ashley Lelie. I'd say the Broncos had a good first round geting Holmes and Cutler.

    23. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jimmy Williams, DB, Virginia Tech
    Analysis: Williams is dropping like it's hot. He had a horrible workout and didn't impress anyone. I have even seen some mock drafts that have Williams slipping to the second round.

    24. Cincinnati Bengals: Leonard Pope, TE, Georgia
    Analysis: The Bengals need a tight end since they lost Matt Schobel to the Philadelphia Eagles, so they grab the best one available in Leonard Pope to help out the offense,

    25.New York Giants: Chad Greenway, OLB, Iowa
    Analysis: Greenway has also been dropping like it's hot. The Giants see Greenway on the board and possibly even break their own record for the shortest time during a first round pick.

    26. Chicago Bears: Dominique Byrd, TE, USC
    Analysis: The Bears have been high on Byrd and Byrd has steadily climbed up the draft charts. He is another that could go anywhere in the first two rounds. The Bears won't take a chance on the fact that he wouldn't be there when they pick in round two.

    27. Carolina Panthers: DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis
    Analysis: The Panthers are not confident that Deshaun Foster can stay healthy, so they take another injury-prone back in Williams. However, this injury-riddled running back is more talented and will be a great running back for the next dozen or so years.

    28. Jacksonville Jaguars: Marcus McNeill, OT, Auburn
    Analysis: The Jaguars could be better on the offensive line, so they draft McNeill, who has not given up a sack since freshman year. He didn't declare early, either.

    29. New York Jets (from Denver): Laurence Maroney, RB, Minnesota
    Analysis: The Jets need a running back replace Curtis Martin, when in fact, Martin does retire. Maroney is a great pick and they have had a great first round draft with the additions of Mario Williams and Laurence Maroney.

    30. Indianapolis Colts: Jason Allen, DB, Tennessee
    Analysis: With the big four running backs gone, the Colts go secondary AGAIN. They could go Joseph Addai right here, but they go with the player who has risen considerably the last week or so.

    31. Seattle Seahawks: Mathias Kiwanuka, DE, Boston College
    Analysis: The Seahawks could use another pass rusher and Kiwanuka is the top one on the board, so they take him.

    32.Pittsburgh Steelers: Sinorice Moss, WR, Miami (FL)
    Analysis: Moss reminds me of the departed Steeler Antwaan Randel El. He is quick and fast and has potential to be a very good return man, which Randel El is and the Steelers need a return man now that Randel El is off to the nation's capital.

    ROUND 2

    33. Houston Texans: Antonio Cromartie, CB, Florida State
    34. New Orleans Saints: Ko Simpson, S, South Carolina
    35. New York Jets: Nick Mangold, C, Ohio State
    36. Green Bay Packers: Tamba Hali, DE, Penn State
    37. San Francisco 49ers: DeMeco Ryans, OLB, Alabama
    38. Oakland Raiders: Darnell Bing, S, USC
    39. Tennessee Titans: Jon Scott, OT, Texas
    40. Detroit Lions: Ashton Yoboty, CB, Ohio State
    41. Arizona Cardinals: Kelly Jennings, CB, Miami (FL)
    42. Buffalo Bills: Donte Whitner, S, Ohio State
    43. Cleveland Browns: D'Qwell Jackson, MLB, Maryland
    44. Baltimore Ravens: Gabe Watson, DT, Michigan
    45. Philadelphia Eagles: Claude Wroten, DT, LSU
    46. St. Louis Rams: Richard Marshall, CB, Fresno State
    47. Atlanat Falcons: Daniel Bullocks, S, Nebraska
    48. Minnesota Vikings: Omar Jacobs, QB, Bowling Green
    49. Dallas Cowboys: John McCargo, DT, North Carolina State
    50. San Diego Chargers: Maurice Stovall, WR, Notre Dame
    51. Minnesota Vikings (from Miami): Pat Watkins, S, Florida State
    52. New England Patriots: Joseph Addai, RB, LSU
    53. Washington Redskins: Ryan O'Callaghan, OT, California
    54. Kansas City Chiefs: Derek Hagan, WR, Arizona State
    55. Cincinnati Bengals: DeMario Minter, CB, Georgia
    56. New York Giants: Demetrius Williams, WR, Oregon
    57. Chicago Bears: Cedric Griffin, CB, Texas
    58. Carolina Panthers: Thomas Howard, OLB, UTEP
    59. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Davin Joseph, OG, Oklahoma
    60. Jacksonville Jaguars: Charles Gordon, CB, Kansas
    61. Denver Broncos: Marcedes Lewis, TE, UCLA
    62. Indianapolis Colts: Brian Calhoun, RB, Wisconsin
    63. Seattle Seahawks: Anthony Fasano, TE, Notre Dame
    64. Pittsburgh Steelers: Roger McIntosh, MLB, Miami (FL)
  2. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

    Nov 24, 2005
    Wish the Pack could get Mario......but i bet he WILL be gone.
    I didn't even know the Packers had #36 pick. Thats usually where they first GET a pick! I guess being bad has SOME advantage.

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