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Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by SDogo, Jan 24, 2010.

  1. SDogo

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

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    Alright, it's not a cadence. It's what this thread is all about. If not in the right place mods please move. I have no problems if you feel this should be in the draft thread.

    This year instead of simply doing a Mock draft I have decided (inspiration provided by Biggems) to not only Mock but carry it out to see how I believe it will effect everything we do this offseason including the final 53 we send to battle on game day.

    At this point with so much uncertainty regarding the CBA I’m avoiding naming any possible FA signings until we get some clarification or March 11th when we know for sure. It’s very unlikely Dallas becomes big spenders in FA but it’s also just as unlikely Dallas fails to sign anyone.
    Next update will ne sometime next week following the Senior Bowl when I’m certain draft boards once again will shuffle.

    Remember, this is all for fun. It’s a hypothetical situation. Last year I did a version of this and if you can find it I was lucky enough to name correctly 2 FA signings out of 5 I believed would happen and 2 draft picks out of 11. It was a hard year. My 53 man roster fared much better. I have a poor draft and injuries to thank for that. If more of the draft picks made the roster I would have been sunk.

    Enjoy it, bash it, don’t read it, ignore it, play along or whatever your personality is just do what you do because this season is my 2nd most favorite time of the year I’m so going to continue to do it either way!

    DRAFT (6)

    RD1 – OG | Mike Iupati | Idaho
    6'5/330/5.20

    RD2 – CB | Jerome Murphy | South Florida
    6’1”/185/4.48

    RD3 – OT | Rodger Saffold | Indiana
    6’5”/312/5.23

    RD4 – FS | Robert Johnson | Utah
    6’2”/197/4.52

    RD6 – DE | Clifton Geathers | South Carolina
    6’7”/281/4.89

    RD7 - DT | Cam Thomas | North Carolina
    6’3”/328/5.18



    UDFA (15)

    Offense (7)
    QB Zac Robinson | Oklahoma St | 6’3”/218/4.82
    RB LaMarcus Coker | Hampton | 5’10”/205/4.39
    FB Jameson Konz | Kent St | 6’3”/227/4.45
    WR Trindon Holliday | LSU | 5’5”/168/4.27
    TE Fendi Onobun | Houston | 6’6”/249/4.64
    OT Jeff Linkenbach | Cincinnati | 6’6”/312/5.18
    OG Jacques McClendon | Tennessee | 6’3”|324|5.26


    Defense (6)
    DE Joe Joseph | Miami (FL) | 6’3”/304/4.97
    DT Kade Weston | Georgia | 6’5”/325/5.28
    CB Nolan Carroll | Maryland | 6’0”/202/4.43
    ILB Bear Woods | Troy | 6’0”/245/4.85
    OLB Tim Knicky | Stephen F. Austin | 6’4”/236/4.64
    OLB Junior Galette | Stillman College | 6’2”/255/4.63

    Specialists (2)
    K Aaron Pettrey | Ohio St | 6’1”/200/4.90
    P Adam Miller | New Mexico | 6’2”/247


    81 for training camp

    OFFENSE (39)
    QB (4) – Tony Romo, Jon Kitna, Stephen McGee, Zac Robinson(UDFA)
    RB (5) – Felix Jones, Marion Barber, Tashard Choice, Herb Donaldson, LaMarcus Coker(UDFA)
    FB (2) – Deon Anderson, Jameson Konz(UDFA)
    WR (9) – Miles Austin, Patrick Crayton, Roy Williams, Sam Hurd, Kevin Ogletree, Manuel Johnson, Jesse Holley, Ryan Titus, Trindon Holliday(UDFA)
    TE (4) – Jason Witten, Martellus Bennett, John Phillips, Fendi Onobun(UDFA)
    OT (6) – Flozell Adams, Mark Columbo, Doug Free, Pat McQuistan, Rodger Saffold(RD3), Jeff Linkenbach(UDFA)
    OG (6) –Leonard Davis, Kyle Kosier, Robert Brewster, Travis Bright, Mike Iupati(RD1), Jacques McClendon(UDFA)
    C (3) – Andre Gurode, Duke Preston, Cory Procter

    DEFENSE (37)
    DE (6) – Igor Olshansky, Marcus Spears, Stephen Bowen, Marcus Dixon, Clifton Geathers(RD6), Joe Joseph(UDFA)
    DT (3) – Jay Ratliff, Junior Siavii, Cam Thomas(RD7), Kade Weston(UDFA)
    OLB (7) – DeMarcus Ware, Anthony Spencer, Victor Butler, Curtis Johnson, Donovan Woods, Steve Octavien, Tim Knicky(UDFA)
    ILB (7) – Keith Brooking, Bobby Carpenter, Bradie James, Jason Williams, Stephen Hodge, Brandon Williams, Bear Woods(UDFA)
    CB (7) – Terence Newman, Mike Jenkins, Orlando Scandrick, Cletis Gordon, Marquis Floyd, Jerome Murphy(RD2), Nolan Carroll(UDFA)
    SS (3) – Gerald Sensabaugh, Patrick Watkins, Alan Ball
    FS (3) – Ken Hamlin, Michael Hamlin, Robert Johnson(RD4)

    SPECIALISTS (5)
    K (2) – David Buehler, Aaron Pettrey(UDFA)
    P (2) – Mat McBriar, Adam Miller(UDFA)
    LS (1) – L.P. Ladouceur



    53 for Regular Season
    OFFENSE (25)
    QB (3) – Tony Romo, Jon Kitna, Stephen McGee
    RB (3) - Felix Jones, Marion Barber, Tashard Choice
    FB (1) - Deon Anderson
    WR (5) - Miles Austin, Patrick Crayton, Roy Williams, Kevin Ogletree, Trindon Holliday(UDFA)
    TE (3) - Jason Witten, Martellus Bennett, John Phillips
    OT (4) - Flozell Adams, Mark Columbo, Doug Free, Rodger Saffold(RD3)
    OG (4) – Leonard Davis, Kyle Kosier, Mike Iupati(RD1), Robert Brewster
    C (2) - Andre Gurode, Cory Procter

    DEFENSE (24)
    DE (4) - Igor Olshansky, Marcus Spears, Stephen Bowen, Marcus Dixon
    DT (2) - Jay Ratliff, Cam Thomas(RD7)
    OLB (5) - DeMarcus Ware, Anthony Spencer, Victor Butler, Curtis Johnson, Steve Octavien
    ILB (5) - Keith Brooking, Bradie James, Jason Williams, Stephen Hodge, Brandon Williams
    CB (4) - Terence Newman, Mike Jenkins, Orlando Scandrick, Jerome Murphy(RD2)
    SS(2) - Gerald Sensabaugh, Alan Ball
    FS (2) - Michael Hamlin, Robert Johnson(RD4)


    SPECIALISTS (4)
    K (2) - David Buehler, ???????
    P (1) - Mat McBriar
    LS (1) – L.P. Ladouceur

    PRACTICE SQUAD (8)
    LB(1) - Donovan Woods
    DE (1) Clifton Geathers(RD6)
    WR (1) Manuel Johnson
    CB (1) Cletis Gordon
    OG (1) Travis Bright
    RB (2) LaMarcus Coker(UDFA), Jameson Konz(UDFA)
    QB (1) Zac Robinson(UDFA)

    GONE FROM THE 81
    RB Herb Donaldson, WR Sam Hurd, WR Jesse Holley, WR Ryan Titus, TE Fendi Onobun(UDFA), OT Pat McQuistan, OT Jeff Linkenbach(UDFA), OG Jacques McClendon(UDFA), C Duke Preston, DE Joe Joseph(UDFA), DT Kade Weston(UDFA), DT Junior Siavii, OLB Tim Knicky(UDFA), ILB Bobby Carpenter, ILB Bear Woods(UDFA), CB Marquis Floyd, CB Nolan Carroll(UDFA), SS Patrick Watkins, FS Ken Hamlin, K Aaron Pettrey(UDFA), P Adam Miller(UDFA)

    NEVER MADE IT TO CAMP
    DE Jason Hatcher, OG Montrae Holland, K Shaun Suisham
  2. Teague31

    Teague31 Defender of the Star

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    Good stuff. But Brandon Williams is an OLB. And I doubt cujo or octavien make it
  3. SDogo

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

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    Good catch. I figured there would be some mistakes, I'll take note for next time I update.

    Thanks for the feedback!
  4. JonJon

    JonJon Injured Reserve

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    Interesting. The only surprise in that list for me is Jason Hatcher not making it to camp. I think he is still a decent situational pass rusher and will earn another chance in camp. Carpenter not making it would be a mild surprise simply because I think he started to come into his own at the end of the season.

    Hamlin may very well be a goner even though he played very well once he returned from injury. I don't see Alan Ball as being a SS and I think he will battle Mike Hamlin for the starting FS spot if Ken Hamlin goes. However, I'm not sure we go into next season that inexperienced. If Ken is gone, then I think Watkins stays around just for depth/experience.
  5. SDogo

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

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    Hatcher, Spears and Bowen are all FA's (well alot depends on the CBA) but I dont see all 3 of them coming back. I guess I secretly hope Spears is back and I believe Bowen would be easier to sign then Hatcher and honestly has more upside.

    Carpenter started to show up late but I think his time is up.

    I feel your concern regarding the FS spot and you may be right about Ball. Either way I believe he will fill a roster spot at either S position but will find time at CB as well.
  6. The Realist

    The Realist Active Member

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    Brandon Williams is an OLB.

    Why would we keep Johnson and Octavien over Bobby?
  7. MichaelWinicki

    MichaelWinicki "You want some?" Staff Member

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    Actually that's a brilliant piece of work there SDogo.

    There's a lot of time and effort invested on your part.

    Kudos.
  8. utrunner07

    utrunner07 Well-Known Member

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    haha, I love your custom avatar:lmao2:
  9. reddyuta

    reddyuta Well-Known Member

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    i can see us draft on similar lines.Iupati might get drafted if he is the BPA @27.I would also like a CB who plays the ball like jenkins.
  10. SDogo

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

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    That was pointed out previously.

    As far as Johnson and Octavien over Carpenter. For me it comes down to $$ and time. I just think Carpenter has had his time. He is former #1 draft pick who never developed into what we thought we were getting. It's time to move on.
  11. SDogo

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

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    Thanks man, it was actually pretty fun.

    Right now I'm getting used to Cowboyless weekends so just trying to keep my mind busy helps.
  12. Kangaroo

    Kangaroo Active Member

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    Personally I do expect Dallas to give Hurd and offer with Ogltree on the rise and the top 3 pretty much locked on the roster of Austin, Roy Williams and Crayton, Olgtree will be the 4th I think Hurd is the odd man out and it still comes down to money and they may look for a FA around his skill set the can do pr/kr as well

    Just my 2 cents on the wr position
  13. SDogo

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

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    I agree 100%

    I wish Holliday was a bit taller but he fits that mode of WR/KR/PR which is why I gave him the nod over Hurd.
  14. JonJon

    JonJon Injured Reserve

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    It all depends on what happens with Spears. I have a feeling that he will be back but it all depends on what his self-value is and what kind of contract he will demand.

    Thanks, I try! :cool:
  15. SDogo

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

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    My understanding is if there is no CBA he really cant go anywhere if we dont want him too.
  16. The Realist

    The Realist Active Member

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    I still think this roster needs an LB or two who can actually cover people.

    I'd be shocked if Carpenter was gone after his first productive season.

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