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  • Tyler Super-Draft

    :ere is my Draft model with two scenarios (one for DT, one for QB)::

    1.) Ndamuking Suh, DT
    Best Player available

    2.) Jahvid Best, RB
    A possbile S-Jax replacement, but a receiver, 3rd down back now

    3.) Jon Asmoah, OG
    Very good upside, a guy that could play

    4.)
    Nawa'akoa Misi, OLB
    Ober-talented, and a PLAYMAKER

    5.) Mike Hoomanawanui, TE
    Relentless blocking TE that can add extra push for the run game

    5.) Walter McFadden, CB
    A good upside developmental project

    6.) Dorian Porch, S
    Ball-Hawk, not afraid to hit


    7.) Fill with OT, QB, or WR with upside.


    Here is the second with a QB:


    1.) Sam Bradford, QB
    Potential "Next Great Thing"


    2.) Jared Odrick, DT
    A Pass Rusher to compliment our great run-stoppers

    3.) Zane Beadles, OG
    A great talent ready to plug and play


    4.) Ben Tate, RB
    Greatest RB talent of all time, the guys a freak, and this is possible


    5.) Nate Byham, TE
    A grossly underated blocking TE, knocked Pierre-Paul down


    5.) George Selvie, DE

    Athlete that can make plays at DE or OLB

    6.) Perry Riley, OLB
    A guy that can develop or compete for a job


    7.) Add depth at DE, CB, or S


    Tell me what you think! In the first model I would see us getting Vick, Brown, or Quinn in Free agency. Sorry, Feely's not a starter.

  • #2
    Re: Tyler Super-Draft

    I think your first list is just an effort to try and collect as many unusual names as possible.

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    • #3
      Re: Tyler Super-Draft

      very good but, we do have 2 7th round picks 'case ya didn't know =)

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      • #4
        Re: Tyler Super-Draft

        Couple of questions.

        You have us getting Asomoah in the first one. Then you have us getting Beadles in the second one. What's the difference here that makes us select Beadles if we select Bradford?


        Same thing for Byham and Hoomanookieduiufusdvhgsjkfd.

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        • #5
          Re: Tyler Super-Draft

          I thought that it's good to have options as everyone is picky and in both of those scenarios the guys that I have alternated at OG and TE are very good, and similar in style.

          I thought it was a good mock, but maybe I was mistaken?

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          • #6
            Re: Tyler Super-Draft

            No, no they're fine. No one knows anything more about the draft than anyone else.


            My concern with your scenario B draft is the second round pick. I think Odrick will definitely be picked up in the first round, especially with Indy picking so late this year, although I would love for him to fall to us. Although, now that I think about it, the DT class is pretty deep this year with a lot of first round potential picks, so one of those guys could easily make it out of the first round. Who knows...

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            • #7
              Re: Tyler Super-Draft

              I agree with the previous post. I'd feel much better about taking Bradford if I thought for sure that Odrick would be available at the top of the 2nd but I don't think he will be.

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              • #8
                Re: Tyler Super-Draft

                Originally posted by TylerBishop View Post
                4.) Ben Tate, RB
                Greatest RB talent of all time, the guys a freak, and this is possible
                Say WHAT?!??

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                • #9
                  Re: Tyler Super-Draft

                  Originally posted by shower beers View Post
                  No, no they're fine. No one knows anything more about the draft than anyone else.


                  My concern with your scenario B draft is the second round pick. I think Odrick will definitely be picked up in the first round, especially with Indy picking so late this year, although I would love for him to fall to us. Although, now that I think about it, the DT class is pretty deep this year with a lot of first round potential picks, so one of those guys could easily make it out of the first round. Who knows...
                  Mel Kiper has Odrick sliding out of the 1st in his latest mock. Food for thought.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Tyler Super-Draft

                    haha, I meant Ben Tate may be one of the greatest 4th round talents in recent memory, totally typed it up wrong.

                    He would be worth a 3rd as well.

                    If Odrick wasn't there we could go Jahvid Best, and then DT or OG in 3rd and 4th in the second scenario.

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                    • Nick
                      Sporting News Updated Two-Round Mock (2/24/05)
                      by Nick
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                      1 (1) ***** Aaron Rodgers* QB Cal.
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                    • 39thebeast
                      Beast 4.0 get ready!!
                      by 39thebeast
                      1. Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma

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                      2. Jerry Hughes, DE, TCU


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                      4. (Traded for Tony Schefler)


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                    • RamDez
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                    • HUbison
                      Who are those guys?!?!
                      by HUbison
                      I bet we could field a team of 22 with players on the Rams active roster, and even us Rams fans couldn't recognize the majority of names. Here we go:

                      QB - Tom Brandstater
                      RB - Quinn Porter
                      FB - Ben Guidugli
                      WR - Nick Miller
                      WR - Mike McNeil
                      TE - Stephen Spach
                      OT - Mark LeVoir
                      OG - Bryan Mattison
                      C - Tony Wragge
                      OG - Kevin Hughes
                      OT - Tom Welch

                      DE - Eugene Sims
                      DT - Jermelle Cudjo
                      DT - Darell Scott
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                      LB - Josh Hull
                      LB - Justin Cole
                      CB - Nate Ness
                      CB - Chris Smith
                      S - Brian Jackson
                      S - Marquis Johnson



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                    • GroundDog39
                      Jeff Fishers draft history so far.?
                      by GroundDog39
                      It originally came from Yardmarker, written by Dave Stoessel. Im sure Fisher had some input over the years, but Im not clear of how much.?

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                      1st Round: QB Steve McNair(1995), RB Eddie George(1996), DE Kenny Holmes(1997), WR Kevin Dyson(1998), DE Jevon Kearse(1999), LB Keith Bullock(2000), DT Albert Haynesworth(2002), S Michael Griffin(2007), RB Chris Johnson(2008), WR Kenny Britt(2009).

                      2nd Round: CB Samari Rolle(1998), DT John Thornton(1999), CB Anre Dyson(2001), S Tank Williams(2002), DE Travis LaBoy(2004), DE Antwan Odom(2004), T Michael Roos(2005), RB Lendale White(2006), DT Jason Jones(2008).

                      3rd Round: WR Chris Sanders(1995), CB Denard Walker(1997), T Zach Pillar(1999), RB Chris Brown(2003), DT Randy Starks(2004), WR Damian Williams(2010).

                      4th Round: OT Jon Runyan(1996), WR Derrick Mason(1997), LB Peter Sirmon(2000), WR Justin McCariens(2001), DB Vincent Fuller(2005), T David Stewart(2005), LB Stephen Tulloch(2006), C Leroy Harris(2007), LB Gerald McGrath(2009), DB Alterraun Verner(2010).

                      5th Round: DT Gary Walker(1995), G Benji Olsen(1998), DB Donnie Nickey(2003), G Jacob Bell(2004), RB Javon Ringer(2009).

                      6th Round: DE Robaire Smith(2000), G Justin Hartwig(2004), TE Bo Scaife(2005), DB Jason Mccourty(2009).

                      7th Round: C Kevin Long(1998), DE Carlos Hall(2002), C Eugene Amano(2004), CB Reynaldo Hill(2005), CB Courtland Finnegan(2006).

                      The Misses:

                      1st Round: CB Andre Wolfork(2003), CB Adam Jones(2005), QB Vince Young(2006), DE Derrick Morgan(2010).

                      2nd round: DE Anthony Cook(1995), DE Bryant Mix(1996), T Jason Layman(1996), WR Joey Kent(1997), WR Tyrone Calico(2003), TE Ben Troupe(2004), RB Chris Henry(2007), DT SenDerrick Marks(2009).

                      3rd RoundB Rodney Thomas(1995), CB Torey Hunter(1995), LB Terry Killens(1996), T Scott Sanderson(1997), S Dainon Sydney(1998), TE Erron Kinney(2000), DE Byron Frisch(2000), TE Shad Meier(2001), LB Rocky Calmus(2002), CB Rich Gardener(2004), WR Courney Roby(2005), WR Brandon Jones(2005), WR Paul Williams(2007), TE Craig Stevens(2008), TE Jared Cook(2009), DB Ryan Mouten (2009), LB Rennie Curran(2010).

                      I hope he can do a better job, finding some star power in St Louis, than he did in Tennesee? But he still did a very admirable job at Tennesee, considering the lack of stars in his teams.
                      -02-25-2012, 10:16 AM
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