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Finsfan79
02-22-2006, 03:45 PM
Jets cut Chad Pennington.
Trades Abraham to Washington for Ramsey and a 3rd round pick (2007).
Miami signs Drew Brees
Minnesota doesn’t trade Culpepper
Detriot trades a 4th for Brian Griese


1 Houston: Reggie Bush RB USC – Top player in the draft on most boards


2 New Orleans: Matt Leinart QB USC - Top QB in the draft, easy fit


3 Tennessee: Jay Cutler QB Vandy - Has a great combine and ends up leaping Vince, local boy with the best arm and good release

4 New York Jets: Vince Young QB Texas – Good young talent, takes 2 years to develope


5 Green Bay: AJ Hawk LB Ohio State – Big time playmaking LB


6 Oakland: Mario Williams DE NCS – Top defensive player in the draft, easily fills a huge need for them.


7 San Francicso: Haloti Ngata DT Oregon – Clogs up the middle for the 3-4


8 Buffalo: D’Brickshaw Ferguson LT Virgina - Is a compete and utter steal at the 8th pick


9 Detriot: Tamba Hali DE Penn State – Great pass rushing Defensive End, will have a good combine with the great Bowl game and senior bowl.


10 Arizona: Brodrick Bunkley DT FSU – Has his stock been rising, is a great threat upon the rush and top skills player upon the line. Good 4-3 undertackle, reminds me of Sapp


11 St. Louis: Michael Huff CB Texas – Top Defensive back in the draft


12 Cleveland: Manny Lawson OLB NCS – Has his stock rising hugely and will have a big combine too. Gives them the big threat from the edges.


13 Baltimore: Lendale White RB USC – They have 2 running backs that are FA. He is a Jamal lewis with new more fresh wheels.


14 Philadelphia Chad Greenway LB Iowa – A great LB that in a lesser year is a top 10 pick


15 Atlanta: Jimmy Williams CB/S VT – Good defensive back could be a Cornerback or a Safety. Either way they love their VT players and he fits in well


16 Miami: Antonio Cromatrie CB FSU – A different pick for Miami here, he is the a 6’3 200 lb cornerback that runs a 4.3. If not for his injuries he is a top 10 pick, but the combine will prove him healthy and he will rise fast. Fills a big need for the secondary


17 Minnesota: DeAngelo Williams RB Memphis – Will end up a great running back and solves their sharing time issue


18 Dallas: Winston Justice OT USC – Good talented Tackle that will be a great Right tackle for them.


19 San Diego: Ko Simpson S SC – Great Safety help, they can get some line help later on. He can come in and be an impact player in that secondary right away.


20 Kansas City: Gabe Watson DT Michigan – Big time bruiser in the middle that fills up the line and space


21 New England: Darnell Bing S USC – A good safety to fill in with Harrison and
eventually take over. He will give them an impact player


22 Denver (Washington): Mathias Kiwanuka DE BC – A raw player but his talent is top 10. He falls downwards though because his technique needs work. In two years he is a pro bowl player
23 Tampa Bay: Jon Scott OT Texas – A good left tackle that has only the knock of Inconsistent. Gruden will beat it out of him till he is consistent, literately.


24 Cincinnati: Vernon Davis TE Maryland – Top Tight end in the draft, falls downwards upon the boards but is a good steal here.


25 NY Giants: Demeco Ryans LB Alabama - Good LB that falls downwards because of concerns of size and speed. He has the instincts but will need to put on weight and hopefully improve his speed too?


26 Chicago: Leonard Pope TE Georgia- Good tight end and good run blocker. He is the second best tight end upon the board and a good pick up here.


27 Carolina: Santonio Holmes WR Ohio State - Top quality Wide recever that can come in and take some of the pressure off of Steve Smith, the one man show.


28 Jacksonville: Tye Hill CB Clemson- solid cornerback in coverage, only concern is his height (5’10”). He will be a solid corner out there.


29 Denver: Chad Jackson WR UF – ood wide receiver with a lot of potential, came out early or could be even better. He will fill in nicely for Rod smith.

30 Indianapolis: Ernie Sims LB FSU – A good LB that will fit in well within the Indy scheme. They have 1 of their LB’s as a FA that most likely will walk. He can easily replace the hole.

31 Seattle: Thomas Howard LB UTEP – Replaces the their OLB (whom is 34 I believe?), along with a BPA pick here.


32 Pittsburgh: Nick Mangold C Ohio State- Good big center with the ability to mix it up in the middle and help against the run.

Motion
02-22-2006, 04:07 PM
Sounds good to me.

Oboy
02-22-2006, 04:20 PM
I'd be happy with Cromartie (IF HEALTHY)

DcRy82
02-22-2006, 05:36 PM
after i read cromarties article that someone posted it had me interested in him and watkins.. i think every day i want to draft him more and more.

PhinsPhan
02-22-2006, 05:44 PM
I don't understand where you got any of those rumors from?

Griese for a 4th?
Jets trading Abraham to Washington

Im not trying to be negative, just wondering.

finsnchips
02-22-2006, 08:30 PM
I don't understand where you got any of those rumors from?

Griese for a 4th?
Jets trading Abraham to Washington

Im not trying to be negative, just wondering.
well... the Redskins are known to be interested in both Abraham and TO, also the Jets are rumoured to have tried to trade for Ramsey last year.

Dunno bout the Griese thing tho.

Finsfan79
02-23-2006, 12:37 PM
greise is most likely going to be cut as he has a 7 million salary figure, the trade gives detriot a veteran player to compete with Harrington and tampa gets "something" for him.

finsnchips explained the redskins. They dont need Ramsey and well the Jets could use a vet while they mold young. It gives them that for a player they dont have the cap space to resign and doesnt want to play for them.

madmike
02-23-2006, 04:08 PM
Jets cut Chad Pennington.
Trades Abraham to Washington for Ramsey and a 3rd round pick (2007).
Miami signs Drew Brees
Minnesota doesn’t trade Culpepper
Detriot trades a 4th for Brian Griese


1 Houston: Reggie Bush RB USC – Top player in the draft on most boards


2 New Orleans: Matt Leinart QB USC - Top QB in the draft, easy fit


3 Tennessee: Jay Cutler QB Vandy - Has a great combine and ends up leaping Vince, local boy with the best arm and good release

4 New York Jets: Vince Young QB Texas – Good young talent, takes 2 years to develope


5 Green Bay: AJ Hawk LB Ohio State – Big time playmaking LB


6 Oakland: Mario Williams DE NCS – Top defensive player in the draft, easily fills a huge need for them.


7 San Francicso: Haloti Ngata DT Oregon – Clogs up the middle for the 3-4


8 Buffalo: D’Brickshaw Ferguson LT Virgina - Is a compete and utter steal at the 8th pick


9 Detriot: Tamba Hali DE Penn State – Great pass rushing Defensive End, will have a good combine with the great Bowl game and senior bowl.


10 Arizona: Brodrick Bunkley DT FSU – Has his stock been rising, is a great threat upon the rush and top skills player upon the line. Good 4-3 undertackle, reminds me of Sapp


11 St. Louis: Michael Huff CB Texas – Top Defensive back in the draft


12 Cleveland: Manny Lawson OLB NCS – Has his stock rising hugely and will have a big combine too. Gives them the big threat from the edges.


13 Baltimore: Lendale White RB USC – They have 2 running backs that are FA. He is a Jamal lewis with new more fresh wheels.


14 Philadelphia Chad Greenway LB Iowa – A great LB that in a lesser year is a top 10 pick


15 Atlanta: Jimmy Williams CB/S VT – Good defensive back could be a Cornerback or a Safety. Either way they love their VT players and he fits in well


16 Miami: Antonio Cromatrie CB FSU – A different pick for Miami here, he is the a 6’3 200 lb cornerback that runs a 4.3. If not for his injuries he is a top 10 pick, but the combine will prove him healthy and he will rise fast. Fills a big need for the secondary


17 Minnesota: DeAngelo Williams RB Memphis – Will end up a great running back and solves their sharing time issue


18 Dallas: Winston Justice OT USC – Good talented Tackle that will be a great Right tackle for them.


19 San Diego: Ko Simpson S SC – Great Safety help, they can get some line help later on. He can come in and be an impact player in that secondary right away.


20 Kansas City: Gabe Watson DT Michigan – Big time bruiser in the middle that fills up the line and space


21 New England: Darnell Bing S USC – A good safety to fill in with Harrison and
eventually take over. He will give them an impact player


22 Denver (Washington): Mathias Kiwanuka DE BC – A raw player but his talent is top 10. He falls downwards though because his technique needs work. In two years he is a pro bowl player
23 Tampa Bay: Jon Scott OT Texas – A good left tackle that has only the knock of Inconsistent. Gruden will beat it out of him till he is consistent, literately.


24 Cincinnati: Vernon Davis TE Maryland – Top Tight end in the draft, falls downwards upon the boards but is a good steal here.


25 NY Giants: Demeco Ryans LB Alabama - Good LB that falls downwards because of concerns of size and speed. He has the instincts but will need to put on weight and hopefully improve his speed too?


26 Chicago: Leonard Pope TE Georgia- Good tight end and good run blocker. He is the second best tight end upon the board and a good pick up here.


27 Carolina: Santonio Holmes WR Ohio State - Top quality Wide recever that can come in and take some of the pressure off of Steve Smith, the one man show.


28 Jacksonville: Tye Hill CB Clemson- solid cornerback in coverage, only concern is his height (5’10”). He will be a solid corner out there.


29 Denver: Chad Jackson WR UF – ood wide receiver with a lot of potential, came out early or could be even better. He will fill in nicely for Rod smith.

30 Indianapolis: Ernie Sims LB FSU – A good LB that will fit in well within the Indy scheme. They have 1 of their LB’s as a FA that most likely will walk. He can easily replace the hole.

31 Seattle: Thomas Howard LB UTEP – Replaces the their OLB (whom is 34 I believe?), along with a BPA pick here.


32 Pittsburgh: Nick Mangold C Ohio State- Good big center with the ability to mix it up in the middle and help against the run.why would you want to draft a guy cromatie in the 1st round when he didn't even play last year,plus yeah he has upside but you don't do that with your no.1 pick. too much of a chance. saban won't do that maybe wanny would:cooldude:

Motion
02-23-2006, 04:14 PM
why would you want to draft a guy cromatie in the 1st round when he didn't even play last year,plus yeah he has upside but you don't do that with your no.1 pick. too much of a chance. saban won't do that maybe wanny would:cooldude:

Because if he's healthy he's hands down the best CB in the draft.