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Tupac Shakur
04-02-2007, 04:42 AM
Criticize away...I'm sure I'll change it a million times before the draft, but for now, this is one possible way it can go down...

Dolfan2788
04-02-2007, 05:48 AM
I think it's fairly good. Although I don't like the pick of Levi Brown and I don't think he's good enough to be picked at 9, he is a definite possibility it seems.
I also hate the Patrick Willis pick for the Bills, mainly because I think he's a guy that's going to sit at MLB for them for 10 years and wreack havoc for them.

I don't like Drew Stanton to us at 60. Not because I don't want him at that spot but because it seems as though he will be the 3rd QB taken and that he will be taken late 1st/early 2nd by someone IMO.

Tupac Shakur
04-02-2007, 11:43 AM
yah... i agree with what you are sayin...i just think that with a good o-line and rick and ronnie, that would solve a lot of offensive problems

i think the dolphins are in a ****ty spot...they should try and move down in the draft

VT Dolphan
04-02-2007, 12:35 PM
yah... i agree with what you are sayin...i just think that with a good o-line and rick and ronnie, that would solve a lot of offensive problems

i think the dolphins are in a ****ty spot...they should try and move down in the draft

Agreed, every year we seem to get screwed over by either our draft position or who decides to stay in school one more year. How much better would this draft look if Brohm decided to leave Louisville?

I think we should trade up if Quinn makes it out of the first three picks, or trade down if he doesn't. Hopefully Peterson slides to us and people will be willing to trade with us.

aesop
04-02-2007, 12:45 PM
Every team knows we wouldn't take Peterson.

trate121hb
04-02-2007, 12:45 PM
im really looking for a trade dwon scenario where we can nab Brown or Ginn Jr in the 12-20 range and acquire more picks....i love the depth in rounds 2-3 in this years draft......

dominizzo
04-02-2007, 01:12 PM
goood but I m not sold on Levi

The Rev
04-02-2007, 01:32 PM
goood but I m not sold on Levi

I agree with the 'Nizzo :hi5:

VT Dolphan
04-02-2007, 01:37 PM
Every team knows we wouldn't take Peterson.

I would definitely take him if he slides to us. He is clearly a top five player in this draft, Ronnie Brown can't stay healthy a whole season and who knows what you'll get with Ricky. Even if nobody expects us to take him, he won't last much past nine if he even makes it that far, so I'm sure somebody would be willing to swap with us.

maverick50
04-02-2007, 01:59 PM
i hope like hell we dont draft ted ginn jr. i would take patrick willis at #9 and when are you guys going to relize that noboddy wants to trade with us so trading down is about as likely as you guys naming me the procnosticator of good will or the saint dolphin fan.:sidelol:

VT Dolphan
04-02-2007, 03:48 PM
i hope like hell we dont draft ted ginn jr. i would take patrick willis at #9 and when are you guys going to relize that noboddy wants to trade with us so trading down is about as likely as you guys naming me the procnosticator of good will or the saint dolphin fan.:sidelol:

Yeah, I guess trades never happen in the draft. What was I thinking? :shakeno:

I agree that some people go overboard with their "we should trade from nine to sixteen and then trade that for two second rounders, and then trade those for four third rounders," but one tradedown is definitely possible, especially if a big name like Peterson's slides to us.

MrClean
04-02-2007, 04:14 PM
IF IF IF, Ben Grubbs were on the board at #40 and we passed on him, the best guard to come out of the SEC since Alan Faneca, I would be extremely upset.

retarmyfinfan
04-02-2007, 04:47 PM
I think it's fairly good. Although I don't like the pick of Levi Brown and I don't think he's good enough to be picked at 9, he is a definite possibility it seems.
I also hate the Patrick Willis pick for the Bills, mainly because I think he's a guy that's going to sit at MLB for them for 10 years and wreack havoc for them.

I don't like Drew Stanton to us at 60. Not because I don't want him at that spot but because it seems as though he will be the 3rd QB taken and that he will be taken late 1st/early 2nd by someone IMO.

Apparently Kolb has had a good workout Friday and he is pushing to be the 3rd QB.

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/football/nfl/04/02/risers.sliders/index.html

NYFCat
04-02-2007, 04:47 PM
Good job.

Quick question off topic: How did you post that as an attachment onto the board? Can anyone help me there?

Frayser
04-02-2007, 07:20 PM
Your mock is eerily similar to mine at the moment aside for a few small differences (like Houston being the first corner taken). Okoye is an interesting pick for the Falcons, and DT is certainly a need area. I had not considered that since Branch started to fall. I have them taking Anderson or Carriker as a replacement for Kerney.

But all in all, nice job.

Elliott 1
04-02-2007, 09:59 PM
Every team knows we wouldn't take Peterson.

Why wouldn't we??? Ricky Williams is as unreliable as a player can be and other than the much glorified unremarkable Ronnie Brown we got nothing at RB exept an NFL Europe guy and a guy cut from 2 or 3 practice squads.

We may very well take him if he slides. He is an awesome prospect.

Tupac Shakur
04-02-2007, 11:21 PM
Your mock is eerily similar to mine at the moment aside for a few small differences (like Houston being the first corner taken). Okoye is an interesting pick for the Falcons, and DT is certainly a need area. I had not considered that since Branch started to fall. I have them taking Anderson or Carriker as a replacement for Kerney.

But all in all, nice job.

thanks, i'm sure i'll tweak it along the way

it never does shake out the way ya think, tho!

Tupac Shakur
04-02-2007, 11:23 PM
IF IF IF, Ben Grubbs were on the board at #40 and we passed on him, the best guard to come out of the SEC since Alan Faneca, I would be extremely upset.

grubbs is solid, but i'm not prepared to compare him to faneca

i think shawn andrews was a better guard prospect to come out of the sec then grubbs, but to each his own

we'll see what happens...i certainly wouldn't be mad if the fins picked him, he'd help big time

Tupac Shakur
04-02-2007, 11:25 PM
i hope like hell we dont draft ted ginn jr. i would take patrick willis at #9 and when are you guys going to relize that noboddy wants to trade with us so trading down is about as likely as you guys naming me the procnosticator of good will or the saint dolphin fan.:sidelol:

i wish we had the luxury of taking willis, but we just have too many needs elsewhere and we just spent for a linebacker...there is too much money invested in the d right now to draft defense that high

Tupac Shakur
04-02-2007, 11:29 PM
Good job.

Quick question off topic: How did you post that as an attachment onto the board? Can anyone help me there?

just click the little paper clip icon when you are posting a reply

http://www.finheaven.com/images/imported/2007/04/untitledqo0-1.jpg (http://imageshack.us)

jim1
04-03-2007, 08:19 AM
Criticize away...I'm sure I'll change it a million times before the draft, but for now, this is one possible way it can go down...

It starts off great and I love the Rice pick. But then Stanton and Rouse- I'd rather have more OL and WR. Stanton- what keeps going through my mind is that between Stanton and Cleo Lemon, I'll take Cleo Lemon. So why waste a pick on Stanton. Just my 2 cents.

aesop
04-03-2007, 10:52 AM
Why wouldn't we??? Ricky Williams is as unreliable as a player can be and other than the much glorified unremarkable Ronnie Brown we got nothing at RB exept an NFL Europe guy and a guy cut from 2 or 3 practice squads.

We may very well take him if he slides. He is an awesome prospect.Haha, an NFL Europe 'guy'.

Seems like you know a lot on the subject, enough for me not to even give it a thought.