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Old 12-26-2005, 01:13 PM  
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THE COYLE CORNER
by Frank Coyle, editor of the Draft Insider's Digest.

(Ed. note. Frank Coyle, one of the best known and well-respected draft 'gurus' in the business, not to mention one of the top NFL analysts period, has kindly offered to provide some of his insights. Frank is the editor of Draft Insider's Digest now in its 14th season. A former pro scout, Frank also has many radio and television appearances on his resume. Frank's NFL Draft 2005 Yearbook with over 400 In-depth Scouting Reports included in 200 pages is now available. The Yearbook, plus other draft publications can be ordered toll free by calling 1-800-776-1949.)

December 22, 2005

First-round draft projection for 2006

1 Houston (2-12) - Reggie Bush - RB – USC; Texans offense is dreaming about getting this guy.

2 San Francisco (2-12) - Matt Leinart - QB – USC; 49ers would not be able to pass on this talent passer but is hoping for Reggie.

3 New York Jets (3-11) - Vince Young - QB – Texas; Jets offense has to have plan B in place with Chad Pennington recovering from another injury.

4 New Orleans (3-11) - Jimmy Williams - CB - Virginia Tech; Saints defense would to love to add this shutdown cover man.

5 Green Bay (3-11) - Haloti Ngata - DT – Oregon; Packers need to build down the middle to improve.

6 Tennessee (4-10) - D’Brickashaw Ferguson - OT - Virginia; Titans have to regroup at the key offensive positions.

7 Arizona (4-10) - Mario Williams - DE - North Carolina State; Cardinals always seem to be drafting pass rushers.

8 Detroit (4-10) - Mathias Kiwanuka - DE - Boston College; Lions defense would love to add this big play sack artist.

9 Buffalo (4-10) - Rodrique Wright - DT – Texas; Bills showing some weakness in the middle that could be addressed early this spring.

10 Oakland (4-10) - A.J. Hawk - LB - Ohio State; Raiders need playmakers on defense to return to the playoffs.

11 Baltimore (5-9) - Ahmad Brooks - LB – Virginia; Ravens jump at the chance to add an impact linebacker.

12 Cleveland (5-9) - Eric Winston - OT – Miami; Browns better protect passer’s blindside if they expect improvement.

13 St. Louis (5-9) - Charles Gordon - CB – Kansas; Rams need to add a top rated cover man.

14 Philadelphia (6-8) - Michael Bush - RB – Louisville; Eagles must find a way to run the ball better.

15 Miami (7-7) - Marcus McNeill - OT – Auburn; The Dolphins must protect their passer whoever he is next season.

16 Denver (from Washington - 8-6) - Michael Huff - S - Texas; Broncos’ secondary looking to add a playmaker.

17 Minnesota (8-6) - DeAngelo Williams - RB – Memphis; Vikings jump at the chance to land this complete tailback.

18 Dallas (8-6) - Jonathan Scott - OT – Texas; Big D better find a way to protect Bledsoe.

19 Atlanta (8-6) - Chad Greenway - LB – Iowa; Falcons defense would love to add this playmaker.

20 Kansas City (8-6) - Kelly Jennings - CB – Miami; Chiefs defense has improved but a top cover man would be difficult to pass on here.

21 New England (9-5) - LaRon Landry - S - LSU; Patriots’ secondary looking to add a well developed prospect.

22 Pittsburgh (9-5) - LenDale White - RB – USC; Steelers have a couple of aging tailbacks at the end of the road.

23 San Diego (9-5) - DeMario Minter - CB – Georgia; Chargers looking to add a quality cover man.

24 Tampa Bay (9-5) - Jesse Mahelona - DT - Tennessee Bucs front line needs an influx of talent.

25 New York Giants (10-4) - Bobby Carpenter - LB - Ohio State; Giants have little depth here and another playmaker is a must.

26 Chicago (10-4) - Vernon Davis - TE – Maryland; Bears offense would welcome this blue chip athlete with many needs on offense.

27 Jacksonville (10-4) - Maurice Drew - RB – UCLA; Jaguars ground game would welcome this playmaker.

28 Carolina (10-4) - DeMeco Ryans - LB – Alabama; Panthers defense looking for another playmaker on this unit.

29. Denver (11-3) - Marcedes Lewis - TE - UCLA; Broncos offense looking for a threat in the deep middle seam.

30 Cincinnati (11-3) - Leonard Pope - TE - Georgia; The Bengals offense would love to add this emerging playmaker.

31 Seattle (12-2) - Laurence Maroney - RB – Minnesota; Seahawks have to prepare if Shaun Alexander moves on in FA.

32 Indianapolis (13-1) - A.J. Nicholson - LB - Florida State; Colts could still address defense early in this draft.
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Old 12-26-2005, 02:00 PM   #2
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The Niners take Leinert at #2 after taking Alex Smith #1 the year before? I don't think.

And isn't Charles Gordon a WR now?
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Old 12-26-2005, 02:47 PM   #3
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No way the niners take Leinart. They couldn't afford him on the roster and expect to have cap money for any other players. If Bush goes first I expect the niners will trade down.
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Old 12-26-2005, 02:56 PM   #4
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49er should take Brickashaw then. + Young stays
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