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Now for Baltimore -- one small suggestion is another WR. Getting a replacement for Mason is nice, but what of the rest of their subpar wideouts?

They should look for the best value here, whether it be speed or possession receiver -- or DB as well. Josh Moore is still on the board.
Baltimore has already drafted 1 WR but looks to add 2 in this years draft. With that in mind, the Ravens select Blair White WR from Michigan State with their 6th round pick.
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Now for Baltimore -- one small suggestion is another WR. Getting a replacement for Mason is nice, but what of the rest of their subpar wideouts?

They should look for the best value here, whether it be speed or possession receiver -- or DB as well. Josh Moore is still on the board.

I was going to pick a WR or safety and while I appreciate your suggestions I kind of prefer doing my own homework, looking at what the needs are, and then making a pick. Just saying it makes it more challenging and fun.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Now for Baltimore -- one small suggestion is another WR. Getting a replacement for Mason is nice, but what of the rest of their subpar wideouts?

They should look for the best value here, whether it be speed or possession receiver -- or DB as well. Josh Moore is still on the board.

I was going to pick a WR or safety and while I appreciate your suggestions I kind of prefer doing my own homework, looking at what the needs are, and then making a pick. Just saying it makes it more challenging and fun.

Sorry. I sort of forget that most, well, pretty much all of us still particpating know enough that I don't need to do any informing. Sort of got stuck in the habit. I guess now it's more just to sort of.. "bump" the thread and keep it going.

Since we're almost done here, I'll just keep my comments limited to "So and so is on the clock."
With Betrand Berry's departure, the Cardinals decide to add more DL depth by selecting DE Jeffrey Fitzgerald from Kansas State. Fitzgerald racked up 7 sacks, 10 TFL, 3 Forced Fumbles, and returned an interception 17 yards for a touchdown this year.
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Now for Baltimore -- one small suggestion is another WR. Getting a replacement for Mason is nice, but what of the rest of their subpar wideouts?

They should look for the best value here, whether it be speed or possession receiver -- or DB as well. Josh Moore is still on the board.

I was going to pick a WR or safety and while I appreciate your suggestions I kind of prefer doing my own homework, looking at what the needs are, and then making a pick. Just saying it makes it more challenging and fun.

Sorry. I sort of forget that most, well, pretty much all of us still particpating know enough that I don't need to do any informing. Sort of got stuck in the habit. I guess now it's more just to sort of.. "bump" the thread and keep it going.

Since we're almost done here, I'll just keep my comments limited to "So and so is on the clock."

No worries. I think its been a fun project and I am sure there will be many changes to this mock if we do it again in a couple of months.
Hoping to get lucky again with a late round War Eagle (Jay Ratliff in 2005), the Cowgirls select DE/OLB Antonio Coleman from Auburn.
Originally posted by GhostofFredDean74:
Hoping to get lucky again with a late round War Eagle (Jay Ratliff in 2005), the Cowgirls select DE/OLB Antonio Coleman from Auburn.

Good pick. I can see this.

I already know who I'm picking for San Francisco in the 7th. I feel pretty confident he'll be there.
The Texans have addressed almost all of their critical needs in the draft but one still remains. What happens if Matt Schaub goes down. Rex Grossman isnt the answer so the Texans select QB Bill Stull from University of Pittsburgh. Stull completed over 65% of his attempts in a pro style offense and has the skills to be a strong backup in the NFL.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:

No worries. I think its been a fun project and I am sure there will be many changes to this mock if we do it again in a couple of months.

I am going to start another one of these on March 25th. The NFL annual meeting is March 21st-24th and that is when they award the compensatory picks, so by March 25th the combine will be over and all comp. picks will have been awarded. And for all your guys' work in these late rounds OnTheClock, Ninerjohn, and GhostofFredDean74 will all get first dibbs on the niners selections. Thanks for all the insight on these late round prospects! It will be interesting to see how the draft changes from now until then.

By the way, NY Jets are on the clock...
[ Edited by Superbowl09 on Feb 1, 2010 at 4:37 PM ]
Originally posted by Superbowl09:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:

No worries. I think its been a fun project and I am sure there will be many changes to this mock if we do it again in a couple of months.

I am going to start another one of these on March 25th. The NFL annual meeting is March 21st-24th and that is when they award the compensatory picks, so by March 25th the combine will be over and all comp. picks will have been awarded. And for all your guys' work in these late rounds OnTheClock, Ninerjohn, and GhostofFredDean74 will all get first dibbs on the niners selections. Thanks for all the insight on these late round prospects! It will be interesting to see how the draft changes from now until then.

By the way, NY Jets are on the clock...

The Jets, knowing they will lose some DB depth this off-season, are elated and sprint with their card to the podium, selecting the best player on the board in Kansas State CB, Joshua Moore. Moore has an exceptionally quick break on the ball and terrific recovery speed. Not only that, he displays tremendous ability in run support, and is not afraid to stick his nose in any play. Moore is a physically and mentally tough player. Over the past two seasons, he has a total of 9.5 TFL and 2 sacks, to go along with 23 pass break-ups, with back to back years of 11 or more.
Vikings are on the clock...
The Vikings select
LeGarrette Blount
Running Back | Oregon | SR   
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 240 | 40-Time: 4.60

Chester Taylor is 30, and going down. Averaging only 3.9 per carrie. Blount is a great talent and move surprisingly well for a 240 lb RB. Everyone remembers the one punch knockout, and he needs to be surounded by great veteran leadership, Minnesota is the perfect place. The questions have never been about what he does on the field, and now he gets his chance to put it all behind him.
The New Orleans Saints select Ben Tate, RB, Auburn
With Pierre Thomas and Mike Bell both being free agents, and the possibility of Reggie Bush going elsewhere, the Saints take the best available RB.
[ Edited by Bay_Area_Fan on Feb 1, 2010 at 6:59 PM ]
Originally posted by Superbowl09:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:

No worries. I think its been a fun project and I am sure there will be many changes to this mock if we do it again in a couple of months.

I am going to start another one of these on March 25th. The NFL annual meeting is March 21st-24th and that is when they award the compensatory picks, so by March 25th the combine will be over and all comp. picks will have been awarded. And for all your guys' work in these late rounds OnTheClock, Ninerjohn, and GhostofFredDean74 will all get first dibbs on the niners selections. Thanks for all the insight on these late round prospects! It will be interesting to see how the draft changes from now until then.

By the way, NY Jets are on the clock...

thanks
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