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new 4 round mock draft

Discussion in 'Green Bay Packers Fan Forum' started by rundemc, Mar 20, 2007.

  1. rundemc

    rundemc Cheesehead

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    Apr 17, 2006
    put this together at work and didnt really proof read it. rip it apart but if your going to tell me there is no way a guy will fall as far as he does please give me a reason and tell me who would take him and who would drop then
    2 projected trades miami coming up to #2 and buffalo coming up to #7

    oak- Jamarcus Russell qb. Compares to Daunte Culpepper but looks like he has a little more touch and doesn’t have the stupid rollin dance after each touchdown he throws. Wont ever pan out in Oakland if they don’t fix the o-line problem. Could go with Calvin Johnson or Joe Thomas if they trade Randy Moss for Aaron Rodgers.
    det to mia- Brady Quinn qb. Detroit is trying to shop this pick with 2 second round picks Miami should be able to get up here, probably giving up their 1st one 2nd and a 1st in 08. Cam Cameron gets his qb for the future because I don’t think Culpepper is the answer.
    cle- Joe Thomas lt. Cleveland finally gets a franchise LT should look give them a pretty good left side of the o-line with new left guard Eric Steinbach and give Jamal Lewis some running lanes.
    tb- Calvin Johnson wr. Probably the best player in the draft.. Galloway is getting old and Clayton has been a disappointment.
    az- Gaines Adams de. Probably the best pass rusher in the draft. Should immediately upgrade Arizona’s pass rush.
    was- Jamaal Anderson de. Could take Alan Branch or Amobi Okoye here. Washington needs to upgrade the d-line. Phillip Daniels is getting old and really isn’t an impact player.
    min to buff- Adrian Peterson rb. Buffalo will probably have to give up their 1st and 2nd to get up here. With losing Willis McGahee this makes sense. Should be a perfect fit in Buffalo.
    hou- Amobi Okoye dt. This adds another piece to their young d-line. Okoye seems to be moving up everyone draft board.
    mia to det- Marshawn Lynch rb. I know they have Kevin Jones and traded for Tatum Bell and signed TJ Duckett but rumor is Tatum Bell might be shipped right back out. Lynch should be a perfect fit for Mike Martz’s offense, a good runner who can also split out wide.
    atl- Laron Landry s. Atlanta seems to be trying to upgrade their safeties every year. With his size and speed he should make an instant impact on the defense.
    sf- Alan Branch dt. Branch would give San Fransisco a nose tackle so the can start playing a 3-4.
    buff to min- Ted Ginn wr. Minnesota desperately needs some playmakers on offense especially at wide receiver. Ginn also upgrades their return game.
    stl- Jarvis Moss de. Moss should add a pass rusher to play opposite Leonard Little. No matter who the Rams take it will probably be on the defensive side of the ball.
    car- Levi Brown lt. Taking Brown allows Jordan Gross to move to right tackle where he is a better fit. Should help their disappointing run game.
    pitt- Adam Carricker de. Tough to guess what they will do with the defense if they will be playing a 3-4 or a 4-3 but either way they could use some help at defensive end and Carricker can fit either defense.
    gb- Dwayne Jarrett wr. A lot will depend on what Jarrett runs at his pro day and whether Green Bay trades for Moss. Jarrett size should make him a perfect fit for Green Bay’s west coast offense and help their terrible red zone offense.
    jax- Reggie Nelson s. The Jags need help at safety and getting Nelson should help their defense generate some more turnovers. May opt for a pass rusher here.
    cin- Leon Hall cb. The Bengals had the worst passing defense last year. They can use help at every defensive position.
    ten- Darrelle Revis cb. Because of the Pac-Man mess corner becomes a need for the Titans. Revis ran better at his pro-day than predicted and probably solidified his spot in the 1st round.
    nyg- Lawerence Timmons lb. They need help everywhere on defense except for maybe defensive end. Timmons finally gives them a decent outside linebacker.
    den- Anthony Spencer de. Denver always seems to be looking for a pass rusher. Spencer might be a little undersized and a better fit for a 3-4 rush linebacker.
    dal- Aaron Ross cb. Dallas gave up to many big plays last. Taking Ross gives them a chance to move Anthony Henry to safety where he should be a better fit.
    kc- Dwayne Bowe wr. KC desperately needs help at wide receiver. Eddie Kennison and Sammie Parker just don’t cut it.
    sea to ne- Patrick Willis lb. New England’s inside linebacker are getting old and need to be upgraded. At this point Willis is to good to pass up.
    nyj- Chris Houston cb. The Jets need help at corner and Houston might be the best bump and run corner in the draft.
    phi- Justin Harrell dt. Andy Reid prefers to use his high picks on the offensive and defensive lines. The run defense wasn’t very good and adding Harrell should be an immediate upgrade. A biceps tear probably dropped his stock.
    no- Paul Posluszny lb. The Saints need help just about everywhere on defense. Posluszny shoud be able to step right in and start at outside linebacker.
    ne- Michael Griffen s. Rodney Harrison is getting old and spends a lot of time on IR and Eugene Wilson isn’t anything special.
    bal- Benn Grubbs og. The offensive line was one of the major reasons for the running games lack of success. Grubbs should be able to step in and start right away.
    sd- Sydney Rice wr. The Chargers’ receivers are terrible and Keenan McKardell was let go leaving Vincent Jackson as their #1 receiver going into the season.
    chi- Greg Olsen te. Desmond Clark had a nice year but is getting up there and there isn’t much behind him. Olsen would give them a tight end that can get open down the deep seam and give Grossman another target.
    ind- Jon Beason lb. Beason should be a good fit for the cover 2 and step right in and replace Cato June.
    oak- Justin Blalock og
    det- Joe Staley ot
    tb- Charles Johnson de
    cle- Daymeion Hughes cb
    was to nyj to chi- Robert Meachem wr
    az- Marcus McCauley cb
    hou- Arron Sears og
    mia to det- Brandon Merriweather s
    min- Zach Miller te
    sf- Anthony Gonzalez wr
    buf to min- Tony Ugoh ot
    atl- Michael Bush rb
    car- Brandon Siler lb
    pit- Ryan Kalil c
    gb- Tony Hunt rb
    jax-Victor Abiamiri de
    cin- Tank Tyler dt
    ten- Lorenzo Booker rb
    nyg- Tanard Jackson cb
    stl- Jonathan Wade cb
    dal- Doug Free ot
    kc- Eric Wright cb
    sea- Manuel Ramirez og
    den- Aundrae Allison wr
    phi- Craig Davis wr
    no- AJ Davis cb
    nyj- Tim Crowder de
    ne to mia- Ray McDonald de
    bal- Quentin Moses de
    sd- David Harris lb
    chi to nyj- Lamarr Woodley de/olb
    ind to tb- Brian Leonard fb
    oak- Ikaika Alama-Francis de
    det- Josh Wilson cb
    cle- Jay Moore de
    tb- Ryan Harris ot
    az- Rufus Alexandar lb
    was to den- Brandon Mebane dt
    mia- Marshal Yanda og
    min- Tarrell Brown cb
    hou- Steve Smith wr
    buf- Buster Davis lb
    atl-Marcus Thomas dt
    sf- Dan Bazuin de
    pit- Earl Everett lb
    gb- Scott Chandler te
    jax- Jason Hill wr
    ten- Samson Satele c
    nyg- Antonio Pittman rb
    stl- Josh Beekman og
    car- Drew Stanton qb
    kc- James Marten ot
    sea- Ben Patrick te
    den- Brandon Jackson rb
    dal- Kevin Payne s
    no- Turk McBride dt
    nyj- Julius Wilson ot
    phi- David Irons cb
    ne- Chris Henry rb
    bal to buff- Michael Coe cb
    sd- Aaron Rouse s
    chi- Eric Weddle s
    ind- Quinn Pittcock dt
    oak- Johnnie Lee Higgins wr
    det- Brian Robinson de
    tb- Ryan McBean dt
    cle- Troy Smith qb
    100. was to sf- Baraka Atkins de

    101. az- Brandon Frye ot

    102. min- Jacoby Jones wr

    103. hou- Trent Edwards qb

    104. mia- Fred Bennett cb

    105. atl- David Clowney wr

    106. sf- Andy Alleman og

    107. buff- Tim Shaw lb

    108. gb- Josh Gattis s

    109. jax- Stewart Bradley lb

    110. cin- Ryan Smith cb

    111. ten- DeAndre Jackson cb

    112. nyg- Mason Crosby k

    113. stl- John Wendling s

    114. car- Matt Spaeth te

    115. pit- Kenny Scott cb

    116. sea- Travarous Bain cb

    117. den to atl- Chase Pittman de

    118. dal- Paul Williams wr

    119. kc to no- Joe Newton te

    120. nyj to sf- Michael Johnson s

    121. phi to no- Jon Abbatte lb

    122. no- Courtney Taylor wr

    123. ne- Kenny Irons rb

    124. bal to ten- Sabby Piscatelli s

    125. sd- Prescott Burgess lb

    126. chi- Kareem Brown dt

    127. ind- Chansi Stuckey wr

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