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YOU are on the clock...

Originally posted by solidg2000:
Come on people, were almost done

So make a pick!!!!
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by solidg2000:
Come on people, were almost done

So make a pick!!!!

Since solidg won't step up and make a pick, I'll have to go...The Steelers select DT/DE Lorenzo Washington (6'4", 290) out of Alabama. Washington played a little NT for the Tide in Cody's absence, but mostly as an anchor 4-3 DE. He will compete for a Steeler roster spot as a 3-4 DE.
Good man Ghost. You are always read to step up to the plate.

Now the Rams.

St Louis has had a very strong draft on both sides of the ball but have not addressed their cornerback situation which is shaky at best. They select CB Sherrick McManus from Northwestern University. McManus has very good speed (4.48) and picked off 5 balls this past year for the Wildcats.
The Texans add more OL depth by selecting OT Thomas Welch, Vanderbilt.
I wasn't eligable to make the pick yet
Originally posted by solidg2000:
I wasn't eligable to make the pick yet

Yes you were. You have to wait 2 picks and Clock and I had picked. No biggie.
The Bengals select
JONATHAN CROMPTON
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 228 | Position:QB
they have no Real back up to Palmer. Just Turn Over and Little Palmer aren't worth keeping. And besides if he ever plays in a game you will hear "TD 85, and that pass my friends came straight out of Crompton!"


oh, and I thought it was 3 picks inbetween
New England has a concern at TE given that Ben Watson might choose to leave via free agency. They are excited to see that TE Colin Peek from Alabama is still available and select him with their 7th round pick.
The Green Bay Packers still lack a return specialist so they select one of the best out there, Trindon Holliday from LSU.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
New England has a concern at TE given that Ben Watson might choose to leave via free agency. They are excited to see that TE Colin Peek from Alabama is still available and select him with their 7th round pick.

I could've sworn Peek was taken already but I guess not. I think next time, we'll have to focus more on TE's. A lot of these guys are going to go sooner than we give them credit for here.
The Patriots have no problem stock-piling players at certain positions. They take a promising NT prospect with a great deal of upside in Martin Tevaseu, UNLV.
Speaking of TEs, the Patriots are glad to see the versatile Tony Moeki (TE) from Iowa still available, so they take him.
Originally posted by GhostofFredDean74:
Speaking of TEs, the Patriots are glad to see the versatile Tony Moeki (TE) from Iowa still available, so they take him.

Sorry... taken:)
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
New England has a concern at TE given that Ben Watson might choose to leave via free agency. They are excited to see that TE Colin Peek from Alabama is still available and select him with their 7th round pick.

I could've sworn Peek was taken already but I guess not. I think next time, we'll have to focus more on TE's. A lot of these guys are going to go sooner than we give them credit for here.

Yep. Moeaki and Peek are both better than 7th rounders. I was hoping they would fall where I took them.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by GhostofFredDean74:
Speaking of TEs, the Patriots are glad to see the versatile Tony Moeki (TE) from Iowa still available, so they take him.

Sorry... taken:)

Ok, speaking of WRs, the Patriots are glad to see the speedy Kelton Tindal (WR) from Newberry still available, so they take him.

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