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    'The Genius' David Dodd's Mock

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    Dodd had Southern California's Mike Williams projected as a top-10 pick in 2004. Williams falls to No. 12 in Dodd's 2005 version.
    1 SF Alex Smith, QB
    2 MIA Ronnie Brown, RB
    3 CLE Braylon Edwards, WR
    4 CHI Aaron Rodgers, QB
    5 TB Carnell Williams, RB
    6 TEN Erasmus James, DE
    7 MIN Derrick Johnson, LB
    8 ARI Cedric Benson, RB
    9 WAS Marcus Spears, DE
    10 DET Adam Jones, CB
    11 DAL Shawne Merriman, DE
    12 SD Mike Williams, WR
    13 HOU Alex Barron, OT
    14 CAR Heath Miller, TE
    15 KC Antrel Rolle, CB
    16 NO Jammal Brown, OT
    17 CIN Travis Johnson, DT
    18 MIN Mark Clayton, WR
    19 STL Bill Swancutt, DE
    20 DAL David Pollack, DE
    21 JAC Elton Brown, OG
    22 BAL Troy Williamson, WR
    23 SEA Dan Cody, DE
    24 GB Channing Crowder, LB
    25 DEN Shaun Cody, DT,
    26 NYJ Carlos Rogers, CB
    27 ATL Khalif Barnes, OT
    28 SD Brodney Pool, FS
    29 IND Daryl Blackstock, LB
    30 PIT Demarcus Ware, DE
    31 PHI Anttaj Hawthorne, DT
    32 NE Corey Webster, CB

    Yes...we take a defensive end who will BE THERE WHEN WE PICK IN THE THIRD ROUND?! And we do so when David Pollack, Khalif Barnes, Carlos Rogers, Shaun Cody and Brodney Pool are still on the board? Stupid people tick me off.


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    Re: 'The Genius' David Dodd's Mock

    I'm going to assume that Dodd has some ties with San Franfreako. Swancutt who by one service is ranked as the 11th best DE and 81st overall will not go on the #19 pick. I'd bet the farm on that one.
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