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    1. Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma

    Franchise QB. Has all the intangibles you need to succeed. Excellent accuracy, great leader. Lets Talk Numbers.

    TRADE!!!! Houston Trades picks (51, 83)

    2. Aaron Hernandez, TE, Florida

    First Off Houston does the deal to trade up and get the best RB or DB that falls out of round 1. Hernandez has excellent hands and great speed. Can make an instant impact in the passing game as he continues to develop as a blocker.

    3. Jermaine Cunningham, DE, Florida

    Cunningham has good speed of the edge, and is good in all aspects as a pass rusher. He will be the future at RE opposite Long.

    3. Ben Tate, RB, Auburn

    Perfect compliment to S-jax. 4.3 Speed at 220 pounds. He is great pass blocker and receiver out of the backfield would be the perfect number 2 back on this team.

    4. AJ Edds, LB, Iowa

    Big tough LB Spags likes 6'4 246. He is a good enough athlete and excels in coverage. Could probably play all LB positions, but will play at our biggest weakness WLB.

    5. Marcus Easly, WR, UCONN

    Homer Pick lol. This kid has a ton of talent extremely fast good size. Give him some more experience and time to develop and he will be a gem.

    5. Derek Hardman, OT, Eastern Kentucky

    One of the better tackles in DII. Could be good depth possibly a future starter at RT.

    6. Clifton Geathers, DL, South Carolina

    6'8 300 DE. Could gives spags the versatility he likes on the D-line. He isn't a finished product, but spags will definately coach him up.

    7. George Johnson, DE, Rutgers

    Good size and athletic. Alot of experience could join the rotation on the d-line.

    7. Adrian Tracy, LB, William & Marry

    Former DE, but will probably move to LB. He could develop into a good special teamer/ Utility LB like Spags did with Chase Black burn.

    7. Van Eksridge, FS, Eastern Carolina

    Great instinctive safety. Could instantly contribute on special teams and be depth at FS.

  • #2
    Re: Dont Mock me

    I really don't like trading down 18 spots in the second for a third round pick, I like it even less when I remember that the Panthers traded their 1st round pick this year for the niners second round pick last year. (of course they didn't get a second rounder back, but they are liking it this year I'm sure)

    Also I think we have enough developmental receivers, but hey if its a homer pick I'll let it pass ;)

    Other than that good mock,
    6'8" 300 lbs Clifton Geathers:eek:, dude sounds like a beast. Someone perfect for Spags.


    • #3
      Re: Dont Mock me

      Good stuff


      nice picks with hernandez and ben tate


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        • #5
          Re: Dont Mock me

          Originally posted by TakeSuh View Post
          I've been trying to figure out who you what in the draft, think you could help me out? You keep such a good poker face

          PS If the rams take Bradford, are you going to change your name or just stop posting here?


          • #6
            Re: Dont Mock me

            i know right i am like god at poker you never could tell by my name, if rams dont pick you know who i want, then i am going to throw my remote at my tv and then go tie a doll to my tailpipe and drive around with the doll dragging on the road.


            • #7
              Re: Dont Mock me

              also i am a rams fan for carriker is on your team (he used to be my idol until suh came around) i will not stop posting here


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              • RockinRam
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              • RAMarkable
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              • sosa39rams
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                Jared Odrick , DT - Since we passed up on a dtackle in the first round and still need d-line help, we take this beast!

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                Andrew Quarless , TE - We grab our reliable tight end here. Big steal and is talented. Can block, catch, and a redzone threat!

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