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Old 04-17-2005, 07:04 PM  
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1. San Francisco - Aaron Rodgers QB California
i think the 1st pick is a QB ... the money for the 1st pick is really difficult to spend on another position unless there's a dominate player.could be Alex smith

2. Miami - Ronnie Brown RB Auburn
i think they go running back or wide receiver. it's brown or Braylon Edwards.

3. Cleveland Alex Smith QB Utah
they go QB or RB ... key pick to influence the rest of the round. i really don't think they want Dilfer to be THE man and McCown and harris are a stretch to be the QB of the future.

4. Chicago Braylon Edwards WR Michigan
losing marty booker really hurt them last year... pairing Edwards with Muhammid should be a good WR duo for them.

5. Tampa Bay Derrick Johnson OLB Texas
should be ideal for their defense ... will step in and replace Ian Gold pretty quickly. A Running back is also a possibility(williams or benson),

6. Tennessee Antrel Rolle CB Miami
WR or CB ... might pick Wr Mike Williams. the titans love big physical guys on defense.

7. Minnesota (from Oakland) Mike Williams WR Southern Cal
i think they would prefer Edwards... but the last thing they will want is for the organization to be embarrassed with wide receiver problems after trading Randy Moss.

8. Arizona Carnell Williams RB Auburn
bye-bye emmitt ... hello Cadillac (but never assume Denny Green will do anything. he could draft anyone here if he gets an itch.

9. Washington Erasmus James DE Wisconsin
DE or CB ... i think Washington let smoot go because of his size and don't want "pacman" for the very reason. Carlos rogers is a possibility here.

10. Detroit Adam Jones CB West Virginia
a little surprise here, but they have need at nickle. Don't be surprised if Mooch grabs Tightend Heath Miller here.

11. Dallas Shawne Merriman DE/LB Maryland
Defense,Defense ... i think parcells sees defensive problems as the big difference between 2003 and 2004. They are working on a 3-4 setup and Merriman can help as a tweener guy.

12. San Diego (from NYG) Alex Barron OT Florida State
2 picks in the 1st round make this a difficult one to predict, but marty luvs his big,uglies.

13. Houston Jammal Brown OT Oklahoma
Carr continues to get killed ... they gotta try and protect him

14. Carolina Troy Williamson WR South Carolina
replaces the loss of mushin muhammad... TE Heath miller is also a possibility.

15. Kansas City Carlos Rogers CB Auburn
if Rogers is there and not picked, someone needs a beat down. Surtain could heavily influence this pick

16. New Orleans Travis Johnson DT Florida State
hurting at tackle on Defense and Offense.

17. Cincinnati Shaun Cody DE Southern Cal
the interior on defensive line continues to cost cincy

18. Minnesota David Pollack DE Georgia
reciever with the first pick and back to defense with the 2nd.

19. St. Louis Khalif Barnes OT Washington
Turley is freaking out and the Ram Oline is a problem.

20. Dallas (from Buffalo) Demarcus Ware OLB Troy
continues building for 3-4

21. Jacksonville Heath Miller TE Virginia
Miller will open up another aspect of their offense for their young QB

22. Baltimore Mark Clayton WR Oklahoma
needs playmakers on outside

23. Seattle Marcus Spears DE LSU
defense end help a must

24. Green Bay Thomas Davis S Georgia
will fill OLB need

25. Denver Marlin Jackson CB Michigan
blackhole of secondary issues and resources

26. N.Y. Jets Dan Cody DE Oklahoma
unsure about the abraham issue ... cody is similiar

27. Atlanta Roddy White WR
need more weapons for Vick

28. San Diego Fabian Washington CB
need a secondary boost

29. Indianapolis Matt Roth DE Iowa
Got Defense?

30. Pittsburgh Darryl Blackstock OLB Virginia
luvs the linebacker tweeners

31. Philadelphia Cedric Benson RB Texas
had injury issues at RB for years ... Benson falls into their lap

32. New England Jonathan Babineaux DT Iowa
will find a spot for this talented player

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Old 04-17-2005, 07:13 PM   #2
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I could see it falling that way. Good job.
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Old 04-17-2005, 07:18 PM   #3
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You think Cedric Benson will fall that far? That would be theft by the Eagles........
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Old 04-17-2005, 07:24 PM   #4
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You think Cedric Benson will fall that far? That would be theft by the Eagles........
ya, i know

but i tried to not cheat and predict the overall round ... i just looked at need and value at each pick and let them fall how they would.


benson fell
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Old 04-17-2005, 07:29 PM   #5
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I doubt Benson falls, but for the most part it looks okay.
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Old 04-17-2005, 07:35 PM   #6
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Any possibility that Antrel Rolle falls to #15?? Id love to see that, but i doubt it.
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Old 04-17-2005, 07:39 PM   #7
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Any possibility that Antrel Rolle falls to #15?? Id love to see that, but i doubt it.
i doubt it... too many people in front of us need defensive help

Antrel Rolle has 2 possible positions he can be sucessful at. Cornerback and/or Free safety.


unless one of the big receivers fall i don't see how Rolle gets past the titans at 6th.
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Old 04-17-2005, 07:39 PM   #8
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Any possibility that Antrel Rolle falls to #15?? Id love to see that, but i doubt it.
No way. He won't get past Dallas.
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Old 04-17-2005, 07:46 PM   #9
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unless one of the big receivers fall i don't see how Rolle gets past the titans at 6th.
Titans are a team, the Chiefs could move up to and take DJ or Rolle. The only way Rolle doesn't last past Tennessee if DJ is there or they trade down.
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Old 04-17-2005, 07:50 PM   #10
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27. Atlanta Roddy White WR
need more weapons for Vick
Might actually be a good pick when/if Vick becomes more than a strong-armed RB playing the QB position.
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Old 04-17-2005, 07:52 PM   #11
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Titans are a team, the Chiefs could move up to and take DJ or Rolle. The only way Rolle doesn't last past Tennessee if DJ is there or they trade down.
Can you post this again and try English this time?

AFAIK, the Titans aren't looking to trade down.

The Titans could use either Rolle or Johnson, why would they trade with us so that we could take one of them?

That just makes no sense.
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Old 04-17-2005, 07:57 PM   #12
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Can you post this again and try English this time?

AFAIK, the Titans aren't looking to trade down.

The Titans could use either Rolle or Johnson, why would they trade with us so that we could take one of them?

That just makes no sense.
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Old 04-17-2005, 07:59 PM   #13
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Can you post this again and try English this time?

AFAIK, the Titans aren't looking to trade down.

The Titans could use either Rolle or Johnson, why would they trade with us so that we could take one of them?

That just makes no sense.
So far the Tits haven't been mentioned in any Law/Surtain talk, but I could see them sneaking in and grabbing either on draft day if they can get good value in trading down. They've got a lot of holes to fill...
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Old 04-17-2005, 08:06 PM   #14
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So far the Tits haven't been mentioned in any Law/Surtain talk, but I could see them sneaking in and grabbing either on draft day if they can get good value in trading down. They've got a lot of holes to fill...
Since the Titans dumped players because of salary cap issues, and Surtain is going to need a new contract, I can't see this happening at all.
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Old 04-17-2005, 08:35 PM   #15
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Since the Titans dumped players because of salary cap issues, and Surtain is going to need a new contract, I can't see this happening at all.
You stole my answer!

Basically, yeah, the Titans are strapped for cash. I can't see them getting in on Law or Surtain after cutting half their team because of the cap.
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