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Finsfan79
02-28-2006, 03:28 PM
1 Houston: Reggie Bush RB USC - BPA in the draft , since no trades here they take him
2 New Orleans: Matt Leinart QB USC – Top QB in the draft, good fit for them
3 Tennessee: Jay Cutler QB Vandy – Solid showing and good work, local boy
4 New York Jets: Vince Young QB Texas – project player but big name and future (perhaps)
5 Green Bay: Mario Williams DE NCS – Best defensive player in the draft
6 Oakland: AJ Hawk LB Ohio State – Solid LB that can step right in and make a difference
7 San Francicso: Vernon Davis TE Maryland - Amazing athlete, will open the field for gore, and give smith a great target
8 Buffalo: D’Brickshaw Ferguson LT Virgina – Best safest pick in the draft
9 Detriot: Michael Huff CB Texas – Great fast DB could be a safety of CB
10 Arizona: Haloti Ngata DT Oregon – Plugs up the middle and holds down the fort
11 St. Louis: Tamba Hali DE Penn State – defensive end that could work wonders for them
12 Cleveland: Brodrick Bunkley DT/DE FSU – Can be a DE or put on weight for a NT. Great strong fast player
13 Baltimore: Lendale White RB USC – will end up being the best back of the draft, fits their system too
14 Philadelphia Chad Greenway LB Iowa – Great instincts and leadership skills.
15 Atlanta: Jimmy Williams CB/S VT – Atlanta loves their VT folks
16 Miami Manny Lawson OLB NCS - good fit for the next Jason Taylor
17 Minnesota: DeAngelo Williams RB Memphis – good back but little small, still cant be skipped here
18 Dallas: Marcus McNeil OT Auburn – He is a walking wall, just what cowboys need since their tackles were 1 and 2 in sacks allowed last year
19 San Diego: Winston Justice OT USC - good young player, character issues drop him here
20 Kansas City: Gabe Watson DT Michigan – stuffs up the middle for a time to come
21 New England: Chad Jackson WR UF – Top WR in the draft, fills a need, BPA
22 Denver (Washington): Mathias Kiwanuka DE BC – good defensive talent, that is raw
23 Tampa Bay: Jon Scott OT Texas – fills out some of that lack of a line in Tampa
24 Cincinnati: Ko Simpson S SC - Big time hitting safety, BPA here over 100 tackles last year, year before SEC Freshman of the year
25 NY Giants: Demeco Ryans LB Alabama – Great instincts but drops because slow, small
26 Chicago: Leonard Pope TE Georgia = good tight end fills up a need
27 Carolina: Tye Hill CB Clemson - Great coverage Cornerback slips to here and is plucked up
28 Jacksonville: Ernie Sims LB FSU – speedy LB with good raw talent
29 Denver: Santonio Holmes WR Ohio State – speed demon of a wide reciever
30 Indianapolis: Laurence Maroney RB Minnesota - Edge is gone, he fills the hole
31 Seattle: Thomas Howard LB UTEP – great talent and replaced their own OLB
32 Pittsburgh: Nick Mangold C Ohio State- fills a need and is a great talent there

Motion
02-28-2006, 03:36 PM
I'd be shocked to see Brick fall that far.

I really hope NE doesn't get Jackson either.

Danny
02-28-2006, 03:45 PM
1 Houston: Reggie Bush RB USC - BPA in the draft , since no trades here they take him
2 New Orleans: Matt Leinart QB USC – Top QB in the draft, good fit for them
3 Tennessee: Jay Cutler QB Vandy – Solid showing and good work, local boy
4 New York Jets: Vince Young QB Texas – project player but big name and future (perhaps)
5 Green Bay: Mario Williams DE NCS – Best defensive player in the draft
6 Oakland: AJ Hawk LB Ohio State – Solid LB that can step right in and make a difference
7 San Francicso: Vernon Davis TE Maryland - Amazing athlete, will open the field for gore, and give smith a great target
8 Buffalo: D’Brickshaw Ferguson LT Virgina – Best safest pick in the draft
9 Detriot: Michael Huff CB Texas – Great fast DB could be a safety of CB
10 Arizona: Haloti Ngata DT Oregon – Plugs up the middle and holds down the fort
11 St. Louis: Tamba Hali DE Penn State – defensive end that could work wonders for them
12 Cleveland: Brodrick Bunkley DT/DE FSU – Can be a DE or put on weight for a NT. Great strong fast player
13 Baltimore: Lendale White RB USC – will end up being the best back of the draft, fits their system too
14 Philadelphia Chad Greenway LB Iowa – Great instincts and leadership skills.
15 Atlanta: Jimmy Williams CB/S VT – Atlanta loves their VT folks
16 Miami Manny Lawson OLB NCS - good fit for the next Jason Taylor
17 Minnesota: DeAngelo Williams RB Memphis – good back but little small, still cant be skipped here
18 Dallas: Marcus McNeil OT Auburn – He is a walking wall, just what cowboys need since their tackles were 1 and 2 in sacks allowed last year
19 San Diego: Winston Justice OT USC - good young player, character issues drop him here
20 Kansas City: Gabe Watson DT Michigan – stuffs up the middle for a time to come
21 New England: Chad Jackson WR UF – Top WR in the draft, fills a need, BPA
22 Denver (Washington): Mathias Kiwanuka DE BC – good defensive talent, that is raw
23 Tampa Bay: Jon Scott OT Texas – fills out some of that lack of a line in Tampa
24 Cincinnati: Ko Simpson S SC - Big time hitting safety, BPA here over 100 tackles last year, year before SEC Freshman of the year
25 NY Giants: Demeco Ryans LB Alabama – Great instincts but drops because slow, small
26 Chicago: Leonard Pope TE Georgia = good tight end fills up a need
27 Carolina: Tye Hill CB Clemson - Great coverage Cornerback slips to here and is plucked up
28 Jacksonville: Ernie Sims LB FSU – speedy LB with good raw talent
29 Denver: Santonio Holmes WR Ohio State – speed demon of a wide reciever
30 Indianapolis: Laurence Maroney RB Minnesota - Edge is gone, he fills the hole
31 Seattle: Thomas Howard LB UTEP – great talent and replaced their own OLB
32 Pittsburgh: Nick Mangold C Ohio State- fills a need and is a great talent there
Wow, it seems low for Holmes and No Carpenter? Not sure Pitt will go Center tho he's a good one.

Ozzy rules!!

Motion
02-28-2006, 03:47 PM
Wow, it seems low for Holmes and No Carpenter? Not sure Pitt will go Center tho he's a good one.

Ozzy rules!!

Holmes has alot of pressure on him now IMO. Chad Jackson benefited greatly from Holmes not participating in the combine.

Philter25
02-28-2006, 03:49 PM
Ferguson at 8?

Personally, I would LOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE for the Jets to get Young. I would LOVE it.

Skeet84
02-28-2006, 04:09 PM
I'd be shocked to see Brick fall that far.

I really hope NE doesn't get Jackson either.


If New England get Jackson I am gunna cry. yeah Brick fall that far is alittle shocking

Skeet84
02-28-2006, 04:11 PM
Ferguson at 8?

Personally, I would LOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE for the Jets to get Young. I would LOVE it.


Young in the future may be a good QB however he is no where near ready to play in the NFL. He needs to be sit at least a year. The Jets draft him he will be thrown in there to quick and its a fail fail for Vince Young.

Phishstix
02-28-2006, 05:04 PM
Young in the future may be a good QB however he is no where near ready to play in the NFL. He needs to be sit at least a year. The Jets draft him he will be thrown in there to quick and its a fail fail for Vince Young.

yea, that's what he's saying. the jets would take him and throw him to the wolves, just as we suspect.

MartinTheSNAKE
02-28-2006, 10:25 PM
philly wont take greeennway over jackson, so i say greenway comes to miami :)

Finsfan79
03-01-2006, 12:12 AM
4 New York Jets: Vince Young QB Texas – project player but big name and future (perhaps)
5 Green Bay: Mario Williams DE NCS – Best defensive player in the draft
6 Oakland: AJ Hawk LB Ohio State – Solid LB that can step right in and make a difference
7 San Francicso: Vernon Davis TE Maryland - Amazing athlete, will open the field for gore, and give smith a great target
8 Buffalo: D’Brickshaw Ferguson LT Virgina – Best safest pick in the draft

SF, Oakland, GB all dont need LT

since I wasnt included a trade he had nowhere to go, hence the fall.

as for Philly they wont draft a WR they have 3 young ones they will go for a Vet WR most likely (Randle El or Givens perhaps).

I would rather take Lawson for our system over greenway anyways. He fits it much much better. We need a strong pass rushing OLB to match across from JT. Lawson played OLB fora year and a half.

Greenway did less on bench then Cutler even lol.
Plus Greenway has a problem of getting off of blocks and when we switch back into a 4-3 sometimes lawson can play a DE.

:)

Please keep the comments coming I love getting them from my fin friends on here. that is why I make these up, hope you all enjoy or makes you think some at least :)

Skeet84
03-01-2006, 12:24 AM
philly wont take greeennway over jackson, so i say greenway comes to miami :)


I really hope not. I am not a huge fan of his at all. I would much much rather have his teammate in the second round.

Miamifin23
03-01-2006, 01:48 AM
Ernie Simms is a top 15 pick now, put your money on that. Dolphins drafting Manny Lawson wouldn't be such a bad thing. He can play that OLB in the 3-4 and he can be a 3rd down pass rusher in the 4-3. If he fills out, he can be a great player in the NFL, but he'll have to be in the right system.