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Cowboys 4 Round Mark NFL 1 Round mock

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Compacity, Mar 8, 2005.

  1. Compacity

    Compacity Benched

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    1st: San Fransico 49ers - Aaron Rogers - QB - California
    2nd: Miami Dolphins- Carnell Williams- RB- Auburn
    3rd: Cleveland Browns- Alex Smith- QB- Utah
    4th: Chicago Bears- Ronnie Brown- RB- Auburn
    5th: Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Cedric Benson- RB- Texas
    6th: Tennesse Titans- Antrell Rolle- CB- Miami
    7th: Minnesota Vikings- Brylon Edwards- WR- Michigan
    8th: Arizona Cardinals- Adam "Pacman" Jones- CB- West Virginia
    9th: Washington Redskins- Erasmus James- DE- Wisconson
    10th: Detroit Lions- David Pollack- DE/OLB- Georgia
    11th: Dallas Cowboys- DJ Johnson- OLB- Texas
    12th: San Deigo Chargers- Shaun Cody- DE- USC
    13th: Houston Texans- Shawne Merriman*- Maryland
    14th: Carolina Panthers- Alex Barron- OT - Florida State
    15th: Kansas City Chiefs- Carlos Rogers- CB- Auburn
    16th: New Oleans Saints- Thomas Davis- S- Georgia
    17th: Cincinatti Bengals- Marcus Spears- DE- LSU
    18th: Minnessota Vikings- Heath Miller- TE- Virginia
    19th: St. Louis Rams- Dan Cody- DE- Oaklahoma
    20th: Dallas Cowboys- Mike Williams- WR- USC
    21st: Jaxsonville Jaguars- Matt Roth- DE- Iowa
    22nd: Baltimore Ravens- Travis Johnson- DT- Florida State
    23rd: Seattle Seahawks- Corey Webster- CB- LSU
    24th: Green Bay Packers- Brandon Browner- CB/S- Oregon State
    25th: Denver Broncos- C. Crowder- ILB- Florida
    26th: New York Jets- Justin Miller- CB- Clemson
    27th: Atlanta Falcons- Mike Patterson- DT- USC

    Dallas Cowboys

    2nd: Anttaj Hawthorne DT Wisconson

    4th: Matt Jones- QB/WR- Arkansas

    5th: Jerome Mathis- P/K Returner- Hampton
    6th: Muarice Clarret- RB- Ohio State
  2. Avery

    Avery The Dog that Saved Charleston

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    I'm going to go out on a limb and say that that is about as close to a dream draft as possible.

    DJ at #11, MW at #20, Hawthorne in the 2nd...

    I need to go change my drawers.
  3. Rack Bauer

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    If that's how our draft goes I'll go to Valley Ranch and kiss Bill Parcells' shoes.
  4. SDogo

    SDogo Not as good as I once was but as good once as I ev

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    I'd be heated! Love the 1st round but another DT and 3 WR's plus the bum in the 6th?
  5. Rack Bauer

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    Of course, the only bad part about that mock draft is Maurice Clarett, but I'd be willing to spend a 6th on camp fodder if we got those other picks.
  6. playit12

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    I think Jones will end up being a TE not a Wideout, but I could be wrong. He just didn't seem quick enough for the outside. I guess he could be like Bennett though.

    All in all this has to be done by a cowboys fan. Everyone of our picks is someone that slipped past where they are projected in the first two rounds.
  7. Rack Bauer

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    Jones is quick enough for WR. If Keyshawn can play WR, then so can Matt Jones.
  8. playit12

    playit12 New Member

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    Again I thought his top speed was good enough, but if you watch him run he has a huge stride. I'm just not sold on his ability to make quick turns and run sharp routes.

    Key doesn't have good top end speed but he runs solid routes and he takes small steps. He always has his feet under him, which you will notice in increment weather games.
  9. Rack Bauer

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    But my point is Jones is quicker then Keyshawn. I didn't mention speed. Jones is faster and quicker now then Keyshawn was when he was drafted.

    The only knock on Jones is experience at his position, but once upon a time Hines Ward was a college QB with no experience at WR either. And Jones is more physically gifted then Ward.
  10. playit12

    playit12 New Member

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    Well we'll have to agree to disagree then. When I watched him run drills I thought he had slow feet. As for experience, I have no problems with smart players changing spots. Especially guys with dedication (He was in speed camp for months leading up to the combine). I think he'll learn the position fine.
  11. Rack Bauer

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    Well I wouldn't expect him to be a superstar as a rookie. He'd be a project, but well worth the chance IMO. QBs that change positions seem to have a way of doing well at their new positions (Brian Mitchell as a KR, John Lynch as a Safety, Hines Ward and Randel El as WRs, etc...)
  12. Arcanius64

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    20th: Dallas Cowboys- Mike Williams- WR- USC


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