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February 11, 2005

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First round

1 San Francisco *Alex Smith QB Utah

2 Miami Cedric Benson RB Texas

3 Cleveland Derrick Johnson LB Texas

4 Chicago Braylon Edwards WR Michigan

5 Tampa Bay Carnell Williams RB Auburn

6 Tennessee *Adam Jones CB West Virginia

7 Oakland Ronnie Brown RB Auburn

8 Arizona *Aaron Rodgers QB California

9 Washington *Mike Williams WR Southern California

10 Detroit *Shawne Merriman DE Maryland

11 Dallas Travis Johnson DT Florida State

12 San Diego (from NY Giants) Dan Cody DE Oklahoma

13 Houston Marcus Spears DE LSU

14 Carolina Alex Barron OT Florida State

15 Kansas City Erasmus James DE Wisconsin

16 New Orleans Antrel Rolle CB Miami

17 Cincinnati Shaun Cody DT Southern California

18 Minnesota Mark Clayton WR Oklahoma

19 St. Louis Matt Roth DE Iowa

20 Dallas (from Buffalo) *Brandon Browner CB Oregon State

21 Jacksonville David Pollack DE Georgia

22 Baltimore *Troy Williamson WR South Carolina

23 Seattle Roddy White WR Alabama-Birmingham

24 Green Bay Marlin Jackson CB Michigan

25 Denver *Heath Miller TE Virginia

26 New York Jets Carlos Rogers CB Auburn

27 Atlanta Jammal Brown OT Oklahoma

28 San Diego *Thomas Davis FS Georgia

29 Indianapolis *C.J. Mosely DT Missouri

30 Pittsburgh *Justin Miller CB Clemson

31 Philadelphia *Channing Crowder LB Florida

32 New England *Odell Thurman LB Georgia

 

 

Second round

33 San Francisco Luis Castillo DT Northwestern

34 Cleveland Jason Campbell QB Auburn

35 Philadelphia (from Miami) *Ciatrick Fason RB Florida

36 Tampa Bay Elton Brown OG Virginia

37 Tennessee Khalif Barnes OT Washington

38 Oakland Corey Webster CB LSU

39 Chicago Alex Smith TE Stanford

40 New Orleans (from Washington) Attiyah Ellison DT Missouri

41 Detroit David Baas OG Michigan

42 Dallas *Ernest Shazor SS Michigan

43 New York Giants Mike Nugent PK Ohio State

44 Arizona *Marion Barber RB Minnesota

45 Carolina Reggie Brown WR Georgia

46 Kansas City Eric Green CB Vrginia Tech

47 Houston Wesley Britt OT Alabama

48 Cincinnati Kevin Burnett LB Tennessee

49 Minnesota Mike Patterson DT Southern California

50 St. Louis Adam Terry OT Syracuse

51 Green Bay (from New Orleans) Chris Canty DE Virginia

52 Jacksonville *Frank Gore RB Miami

53 Baltimore Chris Kemoeatu OG Utah

54 Seattle Cedric Houston RB Tennessee

55 Buffalo Michael Munoz OT Tennessee

56 Denver Logan Mankins OG Fresno State

57 New York Jets Courtney Roby WR Indiana

58 Green Bay Andrew Walter QB Arizona State

59 Atlanta *Brodney Pool FS Oklahoma

60 Indianapolis Barrett Ruud LB Nebraska

61 San Diego J.R. Russell WR Louisville

62 Pittsburgh *Chris Henry WR West Virginia

63 Philadelphia Anttaj Hawthorne DT Wisconsin

64 New England Matt Jones WR Arkansas

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The defensive end and free safety picks for San Diego in the first round are plausible, but I'm not sure I like the second round pick of J. R. Russell, a WR from Louisville. Anybody got info on this guy??

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If the Lions end up with Merriman and Baas, I'd be a happy camper. Although they would have to do something at safety (and not draft Shazor).

 

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What's the website?

 

I can't imagine the Seahawks going with a WR @ #1 and an RB @ #2. Even given the myriad of holes they may have after March 2nd, they got to do something about their LBs.

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What's the website?

 

I can't imagine the Seahawks going with a WR @ #1 and an RB @ #2. Even given the myriad of holes they may have after March 2nd, they got to do something about their LBs.

 

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The defensive end and free safety picks for San Diego in the first round are plausible, but I'm not sure I like the second round pick of J. R. Russell, a WR from Louisville. Anybody got info on this guy??

 

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When Louisville played down at Miami on a hot October night in October, Miami's all-american CB, Antrel Rolle, spent most of the game with his tongue on the ground trying to cover Russell. Think Deion Branch and you'll have an idea of the possibilities.

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I keep seeing projections of Denver picking at TE. No way this happens. Whether they make the switch to a 3-4 or not, they need DE, CB, Safety help badly.

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There is just no way in hell the Vikes go offense, particularly WR, in the 1st round. The only caveat is if the Vikes trade Moss, which frankly should not be presumed in any February mock drafts.

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When Louisville played down at Miami on a hot October night in October, Miami's all-american CB, Antrel Rolle, spent most of the game with his tongue on the ground trying to cover Russell.  Think Deion Branch and you'll have an idea of the possibilities.

 

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O.K.! I can live with that!! Thanks for the info. :D

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I see the Raiders signing Lamont Jordan as a FA and going with Mike Williams there. No way Porter is coming back.

 

And I agree, no way the Broncos are going TE. Too many needs on D, plus they're high on Putzier.

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I always see the Lions with a Michigan player projected in the 2nd. Last year, 75% of the mocks I looked at has the Leos taking Chris Perry this year I see Baas and Shazor.

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Ive said this before the last time this mock was posted from that site...there is no way I can see the Patriots taking a white TE/H-back who is converted from QB at #64...crazy

 

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What would draft day be without yet another new TE for the Pats though? :D

 

Can we just go LB/DE/DT for the first few rounds, in whatever order makes sense? We needs some of them. And maybe more than ever with Bruschi's illness. Isn't Willie McGinest around 100 years old now? I remember him being "washed up and on the verge of retirement" a few years ago. He keeps on ticking, but it seems to me like they need some new blood on D.

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What would draft day be without yet another new TE for the Pats though?  :D

 

Can we just go LB/DE/DT for the first few rounds, in whatever order makes sense? We needs some of them. And maybe more than ever with Bruschi's illness. Isn't Willie McGinest around 100 years old now? I remember him being "washed up and on the verge of retirement" a few years ago. He keeps on ticking, but it seems to me like they need some new blood on D.

 

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yeah I hear you Czar...I could see the Pats going O-line with one of their 1st 3 picks though...Joe Andruzzi has a shot to leave(although I doubt anyones going to make him a serious enough offer for him to leave considering hes 30)..but Id like to see a right tackle..Im not very high on Brandon Gorin although I think hes improved

 

yeah I remember the talk abut Willie being washed up due to various nagging injuries..and he recently said that it was just media talk..the coaches always had confidence in him

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