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Draft Countdown, picks 2nd to 3rd what would you do?

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by cowboyjoe, Apr 15, 2009.

  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    ok draft countdown has this mock draft, what would you do, I say trade down from 51 to about 56 to 63, pick up a lower 2nd rounder and a 3rd or 4th rounder to boot. If we could come out of this draft wiht Sidbury, Duke Robinson and Sean Smith in 2nd and 3rd round,, I would be extremely happy, jumping up and down with joy, and on top of that, we would stil have our 2 4th rounders.

    47 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (f/SD): CONNOR BARWIN, OLB, CINCINNATI
    Scouting Report

    Super raw but is an impressive physical specimen and could be the next Mike Vrabel.


    48 DENVER BRONCOS: PATRICK CHUNG, S, OREGON
    Scouting Report

    Very productive with top intangibles and will be the future leader of their secondary.


    49 CHICAGO BEARS: MOHAMMED MASSAQUOI, WR, GEORGIA
    Scouting Report

    They finally have a top quarterback in the fold but now it's time to give him weapons.


    50 CLEVELAND BROWNS (f/TB): RASHAD JOHNSON, S, ALABAMA
    Scouting Report

    Smart, ballhawking playmaker with great range to be a quarterback in the secondary.


    51 DALLAS COWBOYS: PAT WHITE, QB/WR, WEST VIRGINIA
    Scouting Report

    Can be groomed as the #3 quarterback while contributing as a wideout / return man.


    52 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES: JARED COOK, TE, SOUTH CAROLINA
    Scouting Report

    Athletic freak with just a world of potential to replace free agent defection L.J. Smith.


    53 NEW YORK JETS: LESEAN MCCOY, RB, PITTSBURGH
    Scouting Report

    Thomas Jones recently turned 30 and Leon Washington is coming up on free agency.


    54 MINNESOTA VIKINGS: ALEX MAGEE, DT, PURDUE
    Scouting Report

    Kevin and Pat Williams are both facing suspensions and some quality depth is needed.


    55 ATLANTA FALCONS: SHAWN NELSON, TE, SOUTHERN MISS
    Scouting Report

    Productive pass catcher who is also a much better blocker than he is given credit for.


    56 MIAMI DOLPHINS: SEAN SMITH, CB, UTAH
    Scouting Report

    Is still developing but has rare size (6-3, 214) for the position and is a true playmaker.


    57 BALTIMORE RAVENS: CORNELIUS INGRAM, TE, FLORIDA
    Scouting Report

    Todd Heap sure isn't getting any younger and he has never been the picture of health.


    58 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS: ANDY LEVITRE, OG, OREGON ST.
    Scouting Report

    An overachiever who will provide depth at both offensive guard and offensive tackle.


    59 CAROLINA PANTHERS: JARRON GILBERT, DT, SAN JOSE ST.
    Scouting Report

    They desperately need some more depth behind Ma'ake Kemoeatu & Damione Lewis.



    60 NEW YORK GIANTS: SHONN GREENE, RB, IOWA
    Scouting Report

    Derrick Ward bolted so insurance is needed behind the injury-prone Brandon Jacobs.


    61 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS: DERRICK WILLIAMS, WR, PENN ST.
    Scouting Report

    Would give the Colts a speedy vertical threat and can also contribute as a return man.


    62 TENNESSEE TITANS: RON BRACE, DT, BOSTON COLLEGE
    Scouting Report

    With Albert Haynesworth gone they will need some beef in the middle of the D-Line.


    63 ARIZONA CARDINALS: LAWRENCE SIDBURY, OLB, RICHMOND
    Scouting Report

    Bertrand Berry, Chike Okeafor and Clark Haggans are not spring chickens anymore.


    64 PITTSBURGH STEELERS: ERIC WOOD, C, LOUISVILLE
    Scouting Report

    A tough, hard-nosed blocker who is capable of contributing at either center or guard.
    65 DETROIT LIONS: FILI MOALA, DT, USC
    Scouting Report

    They'll need reinforcements inside now that Cory Redding and Shaun Cody are gone.


    66 ST. LOUIS RAMS: JASON PHILLIPS, ILB, T.C.U.
    Scouting Report

    Will Witherspoon is moving back outside but that means they will need a new MIKE.


    67 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS: CODY BROWN, OLB, CONNECTICUT
    Scouting Report

    This team just set the all-time NFL record for fewest sacks in a season. Enough said.

    68 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS: JAIRUS BYRD, S, OREGON
    Scouting Report

    Playmaking local product with terrific bloodlines to push Brian Russell at free safety.


    69 DALLAS COWBOYS (f/CLE): DUKE ROBINSON, OG, OKLAHOMA
    Scouting Report

    Is potentially a long-term starter at left guard and will at the very least provide depth.


    70 CINCINNATI BENGALS: DONALD WASHINGTON, CB, OHIO ST.
    Scouting Report

    1st round physical tools and there isn't much beyond Jonathan Joseph and Leon Hall.


    71 OAKLAND RAIDERS: CHIP VAUGHN, S, WAKE FOREST
    Scouting Report

    Last year's free agent acquisition Gibril Wilson is gone and Michael Huff may follow.


    72 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS: SEN'DERRICK MARKS, DT, AUBURN
    Scouting Report

    Looking back it appears as though trading Pro Bowler Marcus Stroud was a mistake.


    73 GREEN BAY PACKERS: SHERROD MARTIN, DB, TROY
    Scouting Report

    Al Harris will turn 35-years-old this winter and Charles Woodson is getting older too.


    74 SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS: TROY KROPOG, OT, TULANE
    Scouting Report

    Intriguing developmental prospect to groom as Marvel Smith's eventual replacement.


    75 BUFFALO BILLS: PAUL KRUGER, DE, UTAH
    Scouting Report

    Aaron Schobel, Chris Kelsay and Ryan Denney have not gotten the job done recently.


    76 NEW YORK Jets (f/NO): LOUIS MURPHY, WR, FLORIDA
    Scouting Report

    Talented prospect with major upside who, on paper, looks like a potential #1 wideout.


    77 HOUSTON TEXANS: ANDRE BROWN, RB, NORTH CAROLINA ST.
    Scouting Report

    Big (6-0, 224), strong runner to serve as the "Thunder" to Steve Slaton's "Lightning".


    78 SAN DIEGO CHARGERS: KRAIH URBIK, OG, WISCONSIN
    Scouting Report

    Blue-collar blocker to compete with Kynan Forney at right guard and provide depth.


    79 DENVER BRONCOS: D.J. MOORE, CB, VANDERBILT
    Scouting Report

    Very athletic and a playmaker in the secondary but he is a little short and a step slow.


    80 WASHINGTON REDSKINS: GERALD CADOGAN, OT, PENN ST.
    Scouting Report

    Jon Jansen's near the end of the line and Stephon Heyer really disappointed last year.


    81 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS: MACHO HARRIS, CB, VIRGINIA TECH
    Scouting Report

    Athletic playmaker who's an absolutely perfect fit for Tampa's zone coverage scheme.


    82 DETROIT LIONS (f/DAL): CHASE COFFMAN, TE, MISSOURI
    Scouting Report

    They have not had anything close to a starting-caliber tight end for many years now.


    83 GREEN BAY PACKERS (f/NYJ): DAVID VEIKUNE, OLB, HAWAII
    Scouting Report

    Productive pass rusher (16.5 TFL / 9.0 Sacks in '08) to attack off the edge in their 3-4.


    84 DENVER BRONCOS (f/CHI): STEPHEN MCGEE, QB, TEXAS A&M
    Scouting Report

    Josh McDaniels finally lands the talented developmental signal caller that he wants.



    85 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES: MICHAEL HAMLIN, S, CLEMSON
    Scouting Report

    Brian Dawkins left and Sean Jones signed a short-term deal so it's time to look ahead.


    86 MINNESOTA VIKINGS: JUAQUIN IGLESIAS, WR, OKLAHOMA
    Scouting Report

    A reliable possession receiver who will serve as a nice compliment to Bernard Berrian.


    87 MIAMI DOLPHINS: T.J. LANG, OL, EASTERN MICHIGAN
    Scouting Report

    A tough, nasty, aggressive blocker who can contribute at either right tackle or guard.



    88 BALTIMORE RAVENS: JASPER BRINKLEY, ILB, SOUTH CAROLINA
    Scouting Report

    Tavares Gooden will probably replace Bart Scott but it's time to add some more depth.


    89 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS: RICHARD QUINN, TE, NORTH CAROLINA
    Scouting Report

    Ben Watson will be a free agent next offseason and this guy is the blocker they need.


    90 ATLANTA FALCONS: MARCUS FREEMAN, OLB, OHIO ST.
    Scouting Report

    Keith Brooking & Michael Boley are gone so reinforcements are needed at linebacker.


    91 NEW YORK GIANTS: HERMAN JOHNSON, OG, L.S.U.
    Scouting Report

    They could use some offensive line depth and this 6-7, 364 pounder will provide it.
  2. SDogo

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

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    My 3 year old has a better grip on the draft then that. ***?

    Pass on Sean Smith, Gilbert, Sidbury, Wood and Brown for Pat White?

    Scott has lost his mind
  3. TheCount

    TheCount Pixel Pusher

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    Pat White? Just kill me now if we take Pat White at 51st overall.

    "Can be groomed as the #3 quarterback while contributing as a wideout / return man. "

    In what world has a QB ever been taken, groomed as a backup QB WHILE learning a whole new position and learning to play special teams?
  4. 28 Joker

    28 Joker 28 Joker

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    +1, 2, and 3

    That is the dumbest thing I've ever seen, and I like Scott Wright.


    51. Lawrence Sidbury Jr.

    Getting Duke Robinson and Lawrence Sidbury Jr. would be the ultimate.
  5. SDogo

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

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    I like him too and it's not just the Cowboys pick I have issues with. He seems to be all over the place with this one.
  6. Chris in Arizona

    Chris in Arizona I am Death

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    if we take Pat White over Sean Smith , I'm gonna.. I'm gonna, ... well I'm pretty much going to come on this board and type very angrily.
  7. SDogo

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

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    I guarantee there is no filter that can handle what I have to say if that happens.:p:
  8. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    lol home of legends;
    if the cowboys follow ciwoski's the head scout advice, i think we will do great

    i think we could trade down some with the 51st pick, pick up an extra 3rd along with say a 5th or 6th pick, and use that lower pick to trade maybe back up in third or 4th round and get some really good players

    again, i think this team needs quality players, kinda like we did last year with jenkins, felix jones, bennett, choice and scandrick
  9. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    hey home of legends, buddy
    im pulling ahead of you with posts alittle,
  10. SDogo

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

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    I see that but I have my yearly vacation the week of the draft coming up. I'm sure I'll be busy:p:
  11. dmoore

    dmoore New Member

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    I don't like Pat White at 51, but honestly I won't be upset if we take him. No matter at what spot. He's a very impressive kid, and I would love to be able to root for him on Sundays. He's got a lot of heart and great leadership ability to go with great physical ability. We could use him as a return man and in the slot while grooming him to be our back-up QB. I'd really like to see White get taken by a team looking at him as a QB. Let him play QB until someone tells him he can't. I think he could prove a lot of people wrong. I certainly wouldn't bet against him. Just a great kid that I want to see succeed.
  12. BAT

    BAT Mr. Fixit

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    :laugh2:
  13. Goldenrichards83

    Goldenrichards83 Active Member

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    Yea I like his drafts but he lost alot of points with me on this year draft.
  14. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    i like to use the goose's goselins draft, he is pretty good

    the others i like to use their news, notes, bios on players, along with videos

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