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    2007 NFL Draft

    We are less two weeks until the completion of the draft, who do you like for your favorite teams, what kind of buzz are you hearing, who do you like?

    As a Bengals fan I have no idea what they should take, I don't like the corners that much, I like Patrick Willis alot though. I think he steps in and starts from day one.

    I see the top 3 going.
    1. Oakland- Jamarcus Russell
    2. Detroit- Joe Thomas
    3. Cleveland- Brady Quinn
    The Sox traded Bullfrog the only player they've got for Shottenhoffen. Four-eyes Shottenhoffen a utility infielder. They've got a whole team of utility infielders.

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    Re: 2007 NFL Draft

    1. OAK - Calvin Johnson
    2. DET - Jamarcus Russell
    3. Cle - Brady Quinn

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    When it's time for the Bengals to pick, I think there will be seven defensive players gone. If Willis is available when the Bengals pick, it's a no-brainer, but that won't happen. In that case, I hope they go with who's available out of these four in this order:

    DT Justin Harrell (I think he would be incredible with the Bengals current defensive scheme.)
    S Reggie Nelson (Obviously, the Bengals need help in the secondary.)
    CB Leon Hall (See above.)
    DE Jamaal Anderson (He would basically be Justin Smith's replacement, and I think he would be just as good after one year.)

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    I don't really get big into following the draft. I watch when it's on, because it's interesting to me to see all the activity. As a Cowboys fan though, I'd like to see them take Troy Smith in or around the 3rd round or later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camisadelgolf View Post
    When it's time for the Bengals to pick, I think there will be seven defensive players gone. If Willis is available when the Bengals pick, it's a no-brainer, but that won't happen. In that case, I hope they go with who's available out of these four in this order:

    DT Justin Harrell (I think he would be incredible with the Bengals current defensive scheme.)
    S Reggie Nelson (Obviously, the Bengals need help in the secondary.)
    CB Leon Hall (See above.)
    DE Jamaal Anderson (He would basically be Justin Smith's replacement, and I think he would be just as good after one year.)

    what about darelle revis? If I had to rank potential Bengals picks, I'd rank 'em like this.

    1) A.Okoye DT
    2) P.Willis ILB
    3) L.Landry S
    4) A.Branch DT
    5) L.Hall CB
    6) D.Revis CB

    Unfortunately, the first three will all most likely be gone in the top 10. Thus, if we could land either of the Wolverines or Revis, I'd be happy. If not, I'd settle for Jamaal Anderson, Justin Harrell, Reggie Nelson or Adam Carriker. anyone else and I'd be disappointed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benihana View Post
    what about darelle revis? If I had to rank potential Bengals picks, I'd rank 'em like this.

    1) A.Okoye DT
    2) P.Willis ILB
    3) L.Landry S
    4) A.Branch DT
    5) L.Hall CB
    6) D.Revis CB

    Unfortunately, the first three will all most likely be gone in the top 10. Thus, if we could land either of the Wolverines or Revis, I'd be happy. If not, I'd settle for Jamaal Anderson, Justin Harrell, Reggie Nelson or Adam Carriker. anyone else and I'd be disappointed.
    I would love to see the Bengals move up to take Okoye. I think this kid is going to be special.

    I may do a mock closer to draft time. Right now, school is calling me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WVRed View Post
    I would love to see the Bengals move up to take Okoye. I think this kid is going to be special.

    I may do a mock closer to draft time. Right now, school is calling me.
    I agree on Okoye. Unfortunately DTs usually go early and I'd hate to see the Bengals trade up when they are already lacking a 3rd rounder. I would love to see them draft a DT (Okoye or Branch) or CB if the top two DTs are gone. Either Hall or Revis will likely still be available and would be well suited to supplant Deltha either this year or next. They haven't had much luck drafting backers lately and I think I've become risk adverse toward that position. Granted Pollack and Thurman had issues unrelated to their abilities but they're the reason the Bengals find themselves in need of that position.

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    I have had my eye on DE Jamaal Anderson the whole time for the Bengals, but the tagging of Justin Smith along with his surge up the charts seemed to negate any talk of it. Now it seems Anderson's sliding down a lil bit again, and the Bengals are thinking of trading Smith for picks if they can get them, so it's an option.

    Agreed with WVRed on Okoye, unreal talent for his age... even though he's a UL Cardinal.

    I like Revis a lot too and that seems to be the most popular pick for the Bengals in the mocks I've seen. Good cover corner, and not to be ignored, a potentially electric special teams player as well, which the Bengals could certainly use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoganBuck View Post
    We are less two weeks until the completion of the draft, who do you like for your favorite teams, what kind of buzz are you hearing, who do you like?

    As a Bengals fan I have no idea what they should take, I don't like the corners that much, I like Patrick Willis alot though. I think he steps in and starts from day one.

    I see the top 3 going.
    1. Oakland- Jamarcus Russell
    2. Detroit- Joe Thomas
    3. Cleveland- Brady Quinn
    I'm a Viking fan and I would not be dissapointed at all to deal the entire draft for a chance to move up to #1 and take Calvin Johnson. I know it sounds nuts and it didn't work out to well when Ditka did it for Ricky Williams, but Johnson is, to me, hands down the best player in this draft by a mile and a half. No one else is even on the same planet as this guy and even though it has been proven that you can win without big names at the receiver position, you simply don't pass on a talent like Johnson.
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    I make a big thing out of the draft every year. Wings, pizza, the whole nine yards. me and a few of my friends.

    One of those friends is getting married on that day. It gets worse...the Big Red Machine is signing autographs in NJ on the 28th. What are the friggin' odds?

    I bet my team, the Falcons, take this LSU guy Landry. I wouldn't mind them getting Peterson if he falls that far. But please no WRs. I cannot deal with another 1st rounder being a "bust" because he can't catch with his feet.

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    I like Revis, but I'm thinking he'll be gone by #18. If not, then he's the guy I want--it just makes too much sense.

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    What about taking Ted Ginn for the Bengals. There seems to be a little more smoke oozing out about this. Lance talked about it most of the show yesterday, and there was an article in the Dayton Daily(according to Lance) about this yesterday. Using Ted as a return man, 3rd or 4th reciever, or cornerback? Don't forget that he was the National Defensive Player of the Year coming out of high school as a corner.
    The Sox traded Bullfrog the only player they've got for Shottenhoffen. Four-eyes Shottenhoffen a utility infielder. They've got a whole team of utility infielders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoganBuck View Post
    What about taking Ted Ginn for the Bengals. There seems to be a little more smoke oozing out about this. Lance talked about it most of the show yesterday, and there was an article in the Dayton Daily(according to Lance) about this yesterday. Using Ted as a return man, 3rd or 4th reciever, or cornerback? Don't forget that he was the National Defensive Player of the Year coming out of high school as a corner.
    I heard Marvin is doing a background check on Ginn. If it comes up clean they'll take him off the board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HumnHilghtFreel View Post
    I don't really get big into following the draft. I watch when it's on, because it's interesting to me to see all the activity. As a Cowboys fan though, I'd like to see them take Troy Smith in or around the 3rd round or later.
    I was thinking the same, as another Cowboys fan. Some one will bite on Smith before then though. I'm not saying it's right, just that it will happen.
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    As a Browns fan I would like Adrian Peterson and 6 offensive linemen. Or, trade the pick down.

    I think Brady Quinn has Joey Harrington written all over him. I want no part of that guy.

    However, if Troy Smith is sitting there in the 4th round and there is NO Brady Quinn drafted, bring'em home.
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