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Old 03-31-2005, 11:39 AM  
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3 Rd Mock

2005 DRAFT TWO-ROUND PROJECTION
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First round

1 San Francisco Braylon Edwards WR Michigan

2 Miami Ronnie Brown RB Auburn

3 Cleveland *Alex Smith QB Utah

4 Chicago *Mike Williams WR Southern California

5 Tampa Bay Cedric Benson RB Texas

6 Tennessee *Adam Jones CB West Virginia

7 Minnesota (from Oakland) *Troy Williamson WR South Carolina

8 Arizona *Aaron Rodgers QB California

9 Washington *Shawn Merriman DE Maryland

10 Detroit Derrick Johnson LB Texas

11 Dallas Alex Barron OT Florida State

12 San Diego (from NY Giants) Antrel Rolle CB Miami

13 Houston Carnell Williams RB Auburn

14 Carolina Travis Johnson DT Florida State

15 Kansas City Erasmus James DE Wisconsin

16 New Orleans Carlos Rogers CB Auburn

17 Cincinnati Shaun Cody DT Southern California

18 Minnesota David Pollack DE Georgia

19 St. Louis *Heath Miller TE Virginia

20 Dallas (from Buffalo) Marcus Spears DE LSU

21 Jacksonville Mark Clayton WR Oklahoma

22 Baltimore Roddy White WR Alabama-Birmingham

23 Seattle Dan Cody DE Oklahoma

24 Green Bay Matt Roth DE Iowa

25 Denver *Justin Miller CB Clemson

26 New York Jets Luis Castillo DT Northwestern

27 Atlanta Khalif Barnes OT Washington

28 San Diego Reggie Brown WR Georgia

29 Indianapolis Marlin Jackson CB Michigan

30 Pittsburgh Demarcus Ware LB Troy State

31 Philadelphia *Odell Thurman LB Georgia

32 New England *Channing Crowder LB Florida



Second round

33 San Francisco *Thomas Davis FS Georgia

34 Cleveland Jammal Brown OT Oklahoma

35 Philadelphia (from Miami) *Ciatrick Fason RB Florida

36 Tampa Bay David Baas C/G Michigan

37 Tennessee Matt Jones WR Arkansas

38 Oakland *Fabian Washington CB Nebraska

39 Chicago Alex Smith TE Stanford

40 New Orleans (from Washington) Atiyyah Ellison DT Missouri

41 Detroit *Brodney Pool FS Oklahoma

42 Dallas Kevin Burnett LB Tennessee

43 New York Giants *C.J. Moseley DT Missouri

44 Arizona Corey Webster CB LSU

45 Carolina Elton Brown OG Virginia

46 Kansas City Mike Patterson DT Southern California

47 Houston Eric Green CB Virginia Tech

48 Cincinnati Barrett Ruud LB Nebraska

49 Minnesota *Ernest Shazor SS Michigan

50 St. Louis Marcus Johnson OG Mississippi

51 Green Bay (from New Orleans) *Brandon Browner DB Oregon State

52 Jacksonville Justin Tuck DE Notre Dame

53 Baltimore Anttaj Hawthorne DT Wisconsin

54 Seattle *Daryl Blackstock LB Virginia

55 Buffalo Chris Colmer OT North Carolina State

56 Denver Jonathan Babineaux DT Iowa

57 New York Jets Bryant McFadden CB Florida State

58 Green Bay Andrew Walter QB Arizona State

59 Atlanta *Chris Henry WR West Virginia

60 Indianapolis *Jovan Haye DE Vanderbilt

61 San Diego Chris Canty DE Virginia

62 Pittsburgh Vincent Jackson WR Northern Colorado

63 Philadelphia Cro Thorpe WR Florida State

64 New England Mark Bradley WR Oklahoma



Third round

65 San Francisco Logan Mankins OG Fresno State

66 St. Louis (from Miami) Sione Pouha DT Utah

67 Cleveland Donte Nicholson SS Oklahoma

68 Tennessee Wesley Britt OT Alabama

69 Oakland *Chris Spencer C Mississippi

70 Miami (from Chicago) Evan Mathis OG Alabama

71 Tampa Bay Adam Terry OT Syracuse

72 Detroit Adam Snyder OT Oregon

73 Houston (from Dallas) Fred Gibson WR Georgia

74 New York Giants *Josh Bullocks FS Nebraska

75 Arizona Kay-Jay Harris RB West Virginia

76 Washington Courtney Roby WR Indiana

77 Philadelphia (from Kansas City) Chris Kemoeatu OG Utah

78 Houston Micahel Munoz OT Tennessee

79 Carolina *Marion Barber RB Minnesota

80 Minnesota Mike Nugent PK Ohio State

81 St. Louis Jason Campbell QB Auburn

82 New Orleans *Rian Wallace LB Temple

83 Cincinnati Stanley Wilson CB Stanford

84 Baltimore Jeremy Parquet OT Southern Mississippi

85 Seattle J.J. Arrington RB California

86 Buffalo Claude Terrell OG New Mexico

87 Jacksonville *Eric Shelton RB Louisville

88 New York Jets Jerome Mathis WR Hampton

89 Green Bay Alfred Fincher LB UConn

Denver - lost due to salary cap violations

90 Atlanta Ronald Bartell CB Howard

91 Tampa Bay (from San Diego) Anthony Bryant DT Alabama

92 Indianapolis Kirk Morrison LB San Diego State

93 Pittsburgh Darrent Williams CB Oklahoma State

94 Philadelphia Michael Boley LB Southern Mississippi

95 Arizona (from New England) Lorenzo Alexander DT California

96(c) Tennessee Charlie Frye QB Akron

97(c) Denver *Ryan Moats RB Louisiana Tech

98(c) Seattle Robert McCune LB Louisville

99(c) Kansas City Jordan Beck LB Cal-Poly

100(c) New England Dan Buenning OG Wisconsin

101(c) Denver Dustin Colquitt P Tennessee

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Old 03-31-2005, 11:42 AM   #2
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I'd be throwing shit at my TV after that.
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Old 03-31-2005, 11:44 AM   #3
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if this were the "Gong Show" a giant hook would appear from the edge of the screen and yank this mock away.
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Old 03-31-2005, 11:46 AM   #4
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you guys like how the nfl takes away denvers 3rd round pick because of salary cap violations and then gives them two 3rd round picks in compensation.

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Old 03-31-2005, 11:47 AM   #5
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Erasmus James, maybe. The rest looks questionable to say the least.
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Old 03-31-2005, 11:52 AM   #6
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Downing, Sims, Freeman, Sharpe, Siavii. 5 DTs drafted since DV got here. No freaking way we take a DT that high. If we take the #5 rated DE with Carlos Rogers still on the board, then Carl is going to prove everything wrong I have been saying about how its not a given he will screw up our picks.
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Old 03-31-2005, 11:54 AM   #7
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Now that I've done a little looking, that Beck kid's actually intriguing. But the rest suck.

I'd still throw shit at my TV.
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Old 03-31-2005, 12:09 PM   #8
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If we take Erasmus James, I'm gonna go ballistic...
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Old 03-31-2005, 12:13 PM   #9
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Wow, I really hope that draft doesn't happen. My TV will have a huge hole in it if we draft James and N.O. picks Rogers right after.
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Old 03-31-2005, 12:17 PM   #10
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Erasmus James, maybe. The rest looks questionable to say the least.
Beck at the end of the 3rd? I don't think that's a bad choice at all. Erasmus James shares my first round preference with Carlos Rogers. So my only objection to the above mock is the 2nd rd choice.
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Old 03-31-2005, 12:18 PM   #11
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If we take Erasmus James, I'm gonna go ballistic...
I'd love that pick. Either him or Rogers.
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Old 03-31-2005, 12:25 PM   #12
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I love the 2nd round pick. If Patterson's still available when we get to our 2nd pick I'd have the card turned in within 5 ticks of the clock. That is of course providing we've taking care of our needs at CB.

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Old 03-31-2005, 12:34 PM   #13
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Frankie, have you seen James play?

1) His size. He's only about 260 pounds, but he's almost 6'5". He's too light to bull through 330-pound OT's, but he's too tall to get under them ala Dwight Freeney.

2) His injuries. The guy has suffered through quite a few injuries the past couple of years and missed the entire 2003 season.

3) His lack of big-game skills. He's VERY raw and dominated alot of lesser competition through sheer athleticism. When I watched him play against a team like Iowa, that had very good technique OT's, he was completely neutralized.

James is, AT BEST, a project. We need production.
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Old 03-31-2005, 12:37 PM   #14
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I love the 2nd round pick. If Patterson's still available when we get to our 2nd pick I'd have the card turned in within 5 ticks of the clock. That is of course providing we've taking care of our needs at CB.

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We have 4 DT's listed on the depth chart. Dalton, Saivii, Sims, and Browning. If we pick a DT in the 2nd, it means the end of one of those 4. So which one is the odd man out? Sims?
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Old 03-31-2005, 12:46 PM   #15
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