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Week 9 3-round Mock Draft

Discussion in 'All Other Team Discussions' started by uwbadger12000, Nov 7, 2006.

  1. uwbadger12000

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    1. Arizona Cardinals-Joe Thomas, OT, Wisconsin
    Analysis: Thomas is one of the best offensive linemen to come into the draft in years and the Cardinals are in desperate need of offensive linemen. Edgerrin James has never rushed for more than 100 yards in a game for the Cardinals after a great stint in Indianapolis. I don't think it is the running back. Time for a new offensive line.

    2. Oakland Raiders-Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech
    Analysis: Johnson is an incredibly talented wide receiver and the Raiders desperately need weapons. Randy Moss has struggled mightily so far in 2006 and Jerry Porter hasn't played a snap. Johnson could force opposing defenses to take the double coverage of Randy Moss and turn some attention to Johnson.

    3. Tennessee Titans-Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson
    Analysis: The Titans need another edge rusher along with with Kyle Vanden Bosch to take the pressure off of the defensive backs. Adams has had a good year for the Tigers and catapulted himself into the top five.

    4. Houston Texans-Adrian Peterson, RB, Oklahoma
    Analysis: The Texans try to make up for last year's draft blunder by passing on Reggie Bush. Dominick Davis is out for the year and is injury prone, so they take Peterson.

    5. Detroit Lions-Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame
    Analysis: Ahman Green is a free agent at the end of the season and isn't healthy very often anyway. Adrian Peterson can make up for the loss of Green and then some. Peterson almost won the Heisman as a freshman and a after a "down" year as a sophomore is back and playing up to par this year. Great pickup by the Packers!

    6. Miami Dolphins-Ted Ginn Jr.,WR, Ohio State
    Analysis: The Dolphins desperately need another receiving target other than Chris Chambers and Randy McMichael. Ginn is a big play guy and the Dolphins could use another guy like that for Daunte Culpepper.

    7.Cleveland Browns-Quentin Moses, DE, Georgia
    Analysis: After cutting Courtney Brown, they need a defensive end who will put pressure on the opposing quarterbacks. The are in a difficult division and Moses needs to put pressure on the likes of Carson Palmer and Ben Roethlisberger.

    8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville
    Analysis: Bruce Gradkowski playing decent in absence of the injured and when healthy ineffective Chris Simms. They need a new quarterback in Brian Brohm and Brohm is a good one.

    9. Pittsburgh Steelers-Levi Brown, OT, Penn State
    Analysis: The Steelers are trying to figure out why they are playing so poorly. They blame it on the ineffective play of Ben Roethlisberger, but they won't cut him, so they draft an offensive tackle to give Big Ben more time to throw the ball.

    10. Green Bay Packers-Marshawn Lynch, RB, California
    Analysis: Ahman Green and Noah Herron are free agents after this year and so they take Marshawn Lynch to give them some more youth for the youngest team in the NFL so he can grow with Aaron Rodgers.

    11. San Francisco 49ers-Leon Hall, CB, Michigan
    Analysis: The San Francisco 49ers need defense BADLY! The allowed 40+ points to the Chicago Bears. Whenever you allow over forty points in a game, you need defense. Hall is a tremedous athlete and will help in the pass defense for the Niners.

    12. Buffalo Bills-Dwayne Jarrett, WR, Southern California
    Analysis: The Bills have Lee Evans as a starting wide receiver..........and nothing else. Rice will jump right in and try to fill the shoes left by Eric Moulds. Jarrett and Evans are both young and talented and should be a great wide receiver tandem for a long time.

    13. Washington Redskins-Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona
    Analysis: Shawn Springs is getting up there in age and they lack depth behind Springs and Carlos Rogers. Cason is a good pick for the Skins if they don't trade it away.

    14. New York Jets-Kenny Irons, RB, Auburn
    Analysis: The New York Jets have no true starting running back. They traded for Kevan Barlow, but he hasn't been the guy they've looked for. Irons is a powerful runner and with the drafting of D'Brickashaw Ferguson in 2006, he has a franchise offensive tackle to run behind.

    15. Minnesota Vikings-Patrick Willis, MLB, Ole' Miss
    Analysis: The Vikings still need help at the linebacker position. Chad Greenway will return next season, but they need some more talent at the position and Willis is the best linebacker in the draft.

    16. St. Louis Rams-LaMarr Woodley, OLB, Michigan
    Analysis: The Rams still need help on defense and the linebacker position even with the signing of former Panther Will Witherspoon. Woodley will help the Rams on defense and help them get back into the playoffs.

    17. Philadelphia Eagles-LaRon Landry, S, Louisiana State
    Analysis: Brian Dawkins is getting up there in age, so they draft the best safety to come out of the draft since Sean Taylor in LaRon Landry.

    18. Dallas Cowboys-Drew Stanton, QB, Michigan State
    Analysis: Jerry Jones likes quarterbacks named Drew. Bledsoe is getting older and Henson isn't any good. Although, the Cowboys may go with an offensive lineman here if they see Tony Romo as the quarterback of the future.

    19. Carolina Panthers-Jeff Samardzija, WR, Notre Dame
    Analysis: The Panthers have Steve Smith and Keyshawn Johnson, but Johnson is up there in age and Keary Colbert isn't any good as a third receiver. Samardzija will play a few years as the third receiver and eventually become a starter for Carolina.

    20. Cincinnati Bengals-Alan Branch, DT, Michigan
    21. Kansas City Chiefs-Sam Baker, OT, Southern California
    22. Atlanta Falcons-Quinn Pitcock, DT, Ohio State
    23. New England Patriots (from Seattle)-Brandon Siler, MLB, Florida
    24. Jacksonville Jaguars-Adam Carriker, DE, Nebraska
    25. San Diego Chargers-Tom Zbikowski, S, Notre Dame
    26. Baltimore Ravens-Jake Long, OT, Michigan
    27. New Orleans Saints-Paul Posluszny, OLB, Penn State
    28. New England Patriots-Sidney Rice, WR, South Carolina
    29.New York Giants-Daymeion Hughes, CB, California
    30. Denver Broncos-Michael Griffin, S, Texas
    31. Chicago Bears-Greg Olsen, TE, Miami (FL)
    32. Indianapolis Colts-Keith Rivers, OLB, Southern California

    ROUND 2
    33.Arizona Cardinals-Justin Harrell, DT, Tennessee
    34.Oakland Raiders-DeMarcus "Tank" Tyler, DT, North Carolina State
    35.Tennessee Titans-Brandon Meriweather, S, Miami (FL)
    36.Houston Texans-Buster Davis, MLB, Florida State
    37.Detroit Lions-Victor Abiamiri, DE, Notre Dame
    38.Miami Dolphins-Joe Staley, OT, Central Michigan
    39.Cleveland Browns-Justin Blalock, OG, Texas
    40.Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Marcus McCauley, CB, Fresno State
    41.Pittsburgh Steelers-Michael Bush, RB, Louisville
    42.Green Bay Packers-Jason Hill, WR, Washington State
    43.San Francisco 49ers-Arron Sears, OT, Tennessee
    44.Buffalo Bills-Troy Smith, QB, Ohio State
    45.New York Jets (from Washington)-Fred Bennett, CB, South Carolina
    46.New York Jets-Aaron Rouse, S, Virginia Tech
    47.Minnesota Vikings-Paul Williams, WR, Fresno State
    48.St. Louis Rams-Jay Alford, DT, Penn State
    49.Philadelphia Eagles-Robert Meachem, WR, Tennessee
    50.Dallas Cowboys-Doug Free, OT, Northern Illinois
    51.Carolina Panthers-H.B Blades, OLB, Pittsburgh
    52.Cincinnati Bengals-John Talley, CB, Duke
    53.Kansas City Chiefs-Amobi Okoye, DT, Louisville
    54.Atlanta Falcons-Dan Bazuin, DE, Western Michigan
    55.Seattle Seahawks-Brandon Mebane, DT, California
    56.Jacksonville Jaguars-Kyle Young, C, Fresno State
    57.San Diego Chargers-Ryan Harris, OT, Notre Dame
    58.Baltimore Ravens-Tony Hunt, RB, Penn State
    59.New Orleans Saints-Joe Newton, TE, Oregon State
    60.New England Patriots-Tim Crowder, DE, Texas
    61.New York Giants-Alley Broussard, RB, Louisiana State
    62.Denver Broncos-Baratka Atkins, DE, Miami (FL)
    63.Chicago Bears-Josh Beekman, OG, Boston College
    64.Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Indianapolis)-Prescott Burgess, OLB, Michigan

    ROUND 3
    65.Arizona Cardinals-Corey Hilliard, OG, Oklahoma State
    66.Oakland Raiders-Eric Weddle, CB, Utah
    67.Tennessee Titans-Steve Smith, WR, Southern California
    68.Houston Texans-Jarrett Hicks, WR, Texas Tech
    69.Detroit Lions-Andrew Carnahan, OT, Arizona State
    70.Miami Dolphins-Tyler Palko, QB, Pittsburgh
    71.Cleveland Browns-Brian Leonard, FB, Rutgers
    72.Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Steve Breaston, QB, Michigan
    73.Pittsburgh Steelers-Ryan Kalil, C, Southern California
    74.Green Bay Packers-DeAndre Jackson, CB, Iowa State
    75.San Francisco 49ers-Brian Smith, OLB, Missouri
    76.Buffalo Bills-David Harris, MLB, Michigan
    77.Washington Redskins-Chansi Stuckey, WR, Clemson
    78.New York Jets-Samson Satele, OG, Hawaii
    79.Minnesota Vikings-Ken Darby, RB, Alabama
    80.St. Louis Rams-Will Herring, S, Southern California
    81.Philadelphia Eagles-Andrew Cameron, OT, California
    82.Dallas Cowboys-Brian Daniels, OG, Colorado
    83.Carolina Panthers-Matt Spaeth, TE, Minnesota
    84.Cincinnati Bengals-*no pick*
    85.Kansas City Chiefs-Leroy Harris, C, North Carolina State
    86.Atlanta Falcons-Mason Crosby, K, Colorado
    87.Seattle Seahawks-Jay Moore, DE, Nebraska
    88.Jacksonville Jaguars-Anthony Waters, MLB, Clemson
    89.San Diego Chargers-Todd Blythe, WR, Iowa State
    90.Baltimore Ravens-Juwan Simpson, OLB, Alabama
    91.New Orleans Saints-Garland Heath, S, North Carolina State
    92.New England Patriots-Jesse Daniels, S, Louisiana State
    93.New York Giants-Tim Shaw, OLB, Penn State
    94.Denver Broncos-Garrett Wolfe, RB, Northern Illinois
    95.Chicago Bears-Mike Jones, OG, Iowa
    96.Indianapolis Colts-Kareem Brown, DT, Miami (FL)
     
  2. DePack

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    "5. Detroit Lions-Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame
    Analysis: Ahman Green is a free agent at the end of the season and isn't healthy very often anyway. Adrian Peterson can make up for the loss of Green and then some. Peterson almost won the Heisman as a freshman and a after a "down" year as a sophomore is back and playing up to par this year. Great pickup by the Packers! "

    Pretty interesting analysis for a DETROIT LION pick!!
     
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    There is no way the cards take an offensive lineman with the first pick. WAAAAY too expensive. If this is the order they trade the pick to someone that needs Brady Quinn.
     
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    Why not? They and the Raiders have the worst lines in football. Thomas is a tremendous lineman. Great fit.
     
  5. PackerLegend

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    O-Linemen arent worth the number 1 overall pick if they want them trade down a few spots. With Porter and Moss not happy and both dont want to be in Oakland i wouldnt be surprised if the Raiders pick the best WR Calvin Johnson hes fast hes tall and he is a playmaker.
     
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    Like badger said...I wasn't saying he wasn't worthy just that the #1 pick is gonna demand a 30 mil signing bonus. Hard to give that to a O-lineman. They'll trade down in hopes of landing him around #5 or so if they really want him. Then they don't have to pay as much.
     
  7. Yared-Yam

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    Arizona doesn't need a QB/RB/WR so what's left? OL, which happens to be a glaring weakness for them. Makes sense to me.

    Thomas is quite deliciously good as well.
     
  8. DePack

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    Reread the post right above yours! :thumbsup:
     
  9. Yared-Yam

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    Missed that one. I suppose you have a point.
     
  10. packerfan1245

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    Troy Smith in round 2?!?!? hes the leading hesiman candidate
     
  11. digsthepack

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    "Thomas is quite deliciously good as well."

    Good God, man.....come on out of that closet and be free!! LOL
     
  12. TOPackerFan

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    Gino Toretta, Desmond Howard, Ron Dayne etc. The Heisman often means nothing in the pros.
     
  13. DeusNova

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    I'm not sure that a running back in the first round is needed (if the Packers keep Green in the fold). He looks like him old self and with Morency and Herron they have some good depth. Maybe a pick on defense is more needed.
     
  14. packerfan1245

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    I agree. Ahman Green is back baby!!!! No running back needed. Has any1 seen our pass D? I say take a safty or somthing.
     

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