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HenneGivenSunday
04-17-2007, 01:55 PM
Team Player Pos. School 1. Oakland JaMarcus Russell QB LSU 2. Detroit Adrian Peterson RB Oklahoma Matt Millen has struggled with top-10 picks in his stint as general manager of the Lions. Peterson would be a safe and popular choice. Detroit had success using first-round picks on Oklahoma runners Steve Owens (1970) and Billy Sims (1980). 3. Cleveland Calvin Johnson WR Georgia Tech 4. Tampa Bay Brady Quinn QB Notre Dame 5. Arizona Joe Thomas OT Wisconsin 6. Washington Gaines Adams DE Clemson 7. Minnesota LaRon Landry S LSU 8. Atlanta Leon Hall CB Michigan 9. Miami Alan Branch DT Michigan 10. Houston Amobi Okoye DT Louisville 11. San Francisco Jamaal Anderson DE Arkansas 12. Buffalo Marshawn Lynch RB California 13. St. Louis Darrelle Revis CB Pittsburgh 14. Carolina Patrick Willis LB Mississippi 15. Pittsburgh Adam Carriker DE Nebraska Carriker is the prototypical defensive end for a 3-4 scheme. But his true value lies is his versatility. With his size (6-6, 296), he can line up at any of the four positions along the defensive line. 16. Green Bay Ted Ginn Jr. WR Ohio State 17. Jacksonville Jarvis Moss DE Florida 18. Cincinnati Reggie Nelson S Florida 19. Tennessee Robert Meachem WR Tennessee 20. N.Y. Giants Levi Brown OT Penn State 21. Denver Lawrence Timmons LB Florida State 22. Dallas Dwayne Bowe WR LSU With two starting wide receivers in their 30s, the Cowboys need a young player to build a future downfield passing game for Tony Romo. Bowe is a physical receiver in the Michael Irvin mold. 23. Kansas City Justin Harrell DT Tennessee 24. New England Jon Beason LB Miami 25. N.Y. Jets Aaron Ross CB Texas 26. Philadelphia Chris Houston CB Arkansas 27. New Orleans Dwayne Jarrett WR Southern California 28. New England Michael Griffin S Texas 29. Baltimore Joe Staley OT Central Michigan 30. San Diego Anthony Gonzalez WR Ohio State 31. Chicago Paul Posluszny LB Penn State 32. Indianapolis Greg Olsen TE Miami



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LJK825
04-17-2007, 02:51 PM
Just curious why those 2 are in bold?

kkcow15
04-17-2007, 03:08 PM
b/c its from texas

this draft is very wrong. no way does cleveland take cj, its not in the plans of the gm/coach or owner. detroit taking "all day" with the number 2 is a situation that not many ppl have considered though.

IdahoPhin
04-17-2007, 04:11 PM
Yet another draft having us go defense with the first pick.. Our D is much better than our O.. I hope we start patching up our offense in this draft.

If the best player avalible is a defensive guy every time we pick are we going defense. I hope not. Out D is top three lets get some play makers in camp.

Vertical Limit
04-17-2007, 04:16 PM
b/c its from texas

this draft is very wrong. no way does cleveland take cj, its not in the plans of the gm/coach or owner. detroit taking "all day" with the number 2 is a situation that not many ppl have considered though.
Yeah seriously, as if they forgot that the Browns already selected a pretty good receiver named Braylon Edwards with the #3 pick overall in the 2005 draft. :shakeno:

We must select offense first round. QB of OT. I don't care who's the BPA unless his name is LaRon Landry. If we have to reach for someone like Joe Staley, then go for it, which IMO he will be worth the #9 pick overall.

Roman529
04-17-2007, 04:22 PM
I really hope we avoid Alan Branch...the guy takes a lot of plays off (lazy)...we can do much better, and avoid another bust like the d-back
we took last year. :rolleyes2

HenneGivenSunday
04-17-2007, 04:26 PM
sorry this came out looking bad. When I pasted it it looked fine.