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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    With their 3rd round choice, the Seattle Seahawks select:



    Marcus Freeman, linebacker, Ohio State

    With the trade of Julian Peterson to Detroit, the Seahawks could use some more linebacker depth, and I think in time Freeman has the potential to be a solid pro. He's not going to be anything spectacular, but he can be a nice addition to the defense in time.

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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    Quote Originally Posted by Puffy View Post
    Psssssst, it wasn't your pick yet......

    Cincrazy and the Seahawks are on the clock.
    Oops. I thought Cleveland picked 4th ... Seattle 5th (like in the 2nd round)
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    I'm guessing NJ Reds will still draft Chung.

    With the 6th pick in Round 3, the Cincinnati Bengals draft DT Ron Brace out of Boston College. This 329 pound beast will help clogging up the middle in the tough AFC North.

    Bengals thus far:

    Eugene Monroe, LT
    Max Unger, C
    Ron Brace, DT
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    dang it I knew you were going to take my guy.

    Anyways.

    Oakland with the 71st pick of the NFL Draft Selects C Antoine Caldwell from Alabama.

    This address both major needs on the O-Line and helps gives the Raiders some running lanes and keeps Russell upright for more than 2 seconds on a play. The Raiders would have to address DL in the later parts of the draft.

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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    Round 3:

    1. Detroit (0-16) -- *baseclogger* - - Victor Harris, CB, WVU
    2. St. Louis (2-14) -- LoganBuck - - Troy Kropog, T, Tulane
    3. Kansas City (2-14) -- WVRed - - Donald Brown, RB, UConn
    4. Seattle (4-12) -- cincrazy - - Marcus Freeman, LB, OSU
    5. Dallas - from Cleveland (4-12) -- NJReds - - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
    6. Cincinnati (4-11-1) -- Redhook - - Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
    7. Oakland (5-11) -- Slyder - - Antoine Caldwell, C, Alabama
    8. Jacksonville (5-11) -- JaxRed
    9. Green Bay (6-10) -- chicoruiz
    10. San Francisco (7-9) -- camisadelgolf
    11. Buffalo (7-9) -- KoryMac5
    12. New York Jets - from New Orleans (8-8) --AustinKearns
    13. Houston (8-8) -- sean_casey rules
    14. San Diego (8-8) -- schmidty622
    15. Denver (8-8) -- HotCorner
    16. Washington (8-8) -- Edskin
    17. Tampa Bay (9-7) -- reds44
    18. Detroit - from Dallas (9-7) -- *baseclogger*
    19. Green Bay - from New York Jets (9-7) -- chicoruiz
    20. Chicago (9-7) -- Emin3mShady
    21. Philadelphia (9-6-1) -- Stewie
    22. Minnesota (10-6) -- handofdeath
    23. Miami (11-5) -- Buckeye33
    24. Baltimore (11-5) -- DTCromer
    25. New England (11-5) -- Darry Beckwith Rocks
    26. Atlanta (11-5) -- sonny
    27. New York Giants (12-4) -- PuffDaddy
    28. Indianapolis (12-4) -- Hoosier Red
    29. Carolina (12-4) -- HeatherC
    30. Tennessee (13-3) -- redsfandan
    31. Arizona (9-7) -- Jack Burton
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    Quote Originally Posted by Redhook View Post
    I'm guessing NJ Reds will still draft Chung.

    With the 6th pick in Round 3, the Cincinnati Bengals draft DT Ron Brace out of Boston College. This 329 pound beast will help clogging up the middle in the tough AFC North.

    Bengals thus far:

    Eugene Monroe, LT
    Max Unger, C
    Ron Brace, DT
    Nice steal Redhook, Brace along with Sims, Peko, Shirley could be an outstanding rotation and a versatile one to boot. Shaping up to be one heck of a draft for the Bengals.
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    Quote Originally Posted by Mario-Rijo View Post
    Nice steal Redhook, Brace along with Sims, Peko, Shirley could be an outstanding rotation and a versatile one to boot. Shaping up to be one heck of a draft for the Bengals.
    I did the best I could to shore up the trenches for the Bengals which is, unfortunately, something they have no clue how do to in real life. I would be ecstatic if the Bengals came close to these three next month.

    With their first three picks, I want the Bengals to get two offensive lineman and one defensive lineman. I'm hoping the Bengals get Smith, Monroe, or Raji in Round 1. 2nd round I want the best center available which will probably be Unger or Wood. 3rd round I'd like them to take the opposite of what the first round was.

    I'd like them to get a RB and a cornerback in the 4th and 5th rounds.
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    Quote Originally Posted by Redhook View Post
    I did the best I could to shore up the trenches for the Bengals which is, unfortunately, something they have no clue how do to in real life. I would be ecstatic if the Bengals came close to these three next month.

    With their first three picks, I want the Bengals to get two offensive lineman and one defensive lineman. I'm hoping the Bengals get Smith, Monroe, or Raji in Round 1. 2nd round I want the best center available which will probably be Unger or Wood. 3rd round I'd like them to take the opposite of what the first round was.

    I'd like them to get a RB and a cornerback in the 4th and 5th rounds.
    You may still get another pick in this draft. Compensatory picks will be announced some time next week, the Bengals are believed to be in line to pick up a third round pick.
    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: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    Quote Originally Posted by Redhook View Post
    I did the best I could to shore up the trenches for the Bengals which is, unfortunately, something they have no clue how do to in real life. I would be ecstatic if the Bengals came close to these three next month.

    With their first three picks, I want the Bengals to get two offensive lineman and one defensive lineman. I'm hoping the Bengals get Smith, Monroe, or Raji in Round 1. 2nd round I want the best center available which will probably be Unger or Wood. 3rd round I'd like them to take the opposite of what the first round was.

    I'd like them to get a RB and a cornerback in the 4th and 5th rounds.
    Yeah I could certainly go with that. One guy I really like late would be RB Devin Moore from Wyoming. I really think we need to find a big time return man.

    This would be what I'd want to happen.

    1st - Monroe/Maualuga/Raji
    2nd - Wood/Unger/Barwin/Kruger
    3rd - Sidbury/Ringer/Jennings
    4th - Brinkley/Casillas/Trent/Dom Johnson
    5th - De. Butler/D.Washington/Bruton
    6th - Southerland/D. Moore/Andrew Means
    7th - Conley/Huber/Boeckman

    That's my list of guys likely ava. with each pick in order of preference (except we all know I secretly want Rey-Rey more than anyone other than maybe WMR's does). That would be OT, OC, DE, ILB, KR/PR, FB, P if all went right. Also I didn't give us our comp picks in there but would prefer one of those CB's I have listed with them. Perhaps I could find a good KR/PR/CB prospect, anyone know of any?
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    The Jacksonville Jags select OT Jamon Meredith, SC

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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    With the first of their two third-round picks, Green Bay selects defensive lineman Alex Magee of Purdue.
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    Quote Originally Posted by WVRed View Post

    The running game is still an area of concern. Larry Johnson is showing some wear and tear and Jamaal Charles may not be the answer long term. However, one running back has managed to slip through the cracks.

    The Kansas City Chiefs are happy to select Donald Brown, runningback from Connecticut.


    1.Michael Crabtree
    2.Matt Cassell via trade
    3.Donald Brown

    I think that's a pretty nice haul, especially being able to get Brown in the 3rd. If i had grabbed Pettigrew at #21 instead of Knowshon Moreno, than I would have either used my second 1st rounder or my 2nd round pick to take Brown. I have a feeling that's a much more likely scenario for the real Eagles, anyways.

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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    Round 3:

    1. Detroit (0-16) -- *baseclogger* - - Victor Harris, CB, WVU
    2. St. Louis (2-14) -- LoganBuck - - Troy Kropog, T, Tulane
    3. Kansas City (2-14) -- WVRed - - Donald Brown, RB, UConn
    4. Seattle (4-12) -- cincrazy - - Marcus Freeman, LB, OSU
    5. Dallas - from Cleveland (4-12) -- NJReds - - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
    6. Cincinnati (4-11-1) -- Redhook - - Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
    7. Oakland (5-11) -- Slyder - - Antoine Caldwell, C, Alabama
    8. Jacksonville (5-11) -- JaxRed - - James Meredith, T, South Carolina
    9. Green Bay (6-10) -- chicoruiz - - Alex McGee, DL, Purdue
    10. San Francisco (7-9) -- camisadelgolf
    11. Buffalo (7-9) -- KoryMac5
    12. New York Jets - from New Orleans (8-8) --AustinKearns
    13. Houston (8-8) -- sean_casey rules
    14. San Diego (8-8) -- schmidty622
    15. Denver (8-8) -- HotCorner
    16. Washington (8-8) -- Edskin
    17. Tampa Bay (9-7) -- reds44
    18. Detroit - from Dallas (9-7) -- *baseclogger*
    19. Green Bay - from New York Jets (9-7) -- chicoruiz
    20. Chicago (9-7) -- Emin3mShady
    21. Philadelphia (9-6-1) -- Stewie
    22. Minnesota (10-6) -- handofdeath
    23. Miami (11-5) -- Buckeye33
    24. Baltimore (11-5) -- DTCromer
    25. New England (11-5) -- Darry Beckwith Rocks
    26. Atlanta (11-5) -- sonny
    27. New York Giants (12-4) -- PuffDaddy
    28. Indianapolis (12-4) -- Hoosier Red
    29. Carolina (12-4) -- HeatherC
    30. Tennessee (13-3) -- redsfandan
    31. Arizona (9-7) -- Jack Burton
    32. Pittsburgh (12-4) -- SteelSD
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    Quote Originally Posted by Stewie View Post
    I think that's a pretty nice haul, especially being able to get Brown in the 3rd. If i had grabbed Pettigrew at #21 instead of Knowshon Moreno, than I would have either used my second 1st rounder or my 2nd round pick to take Brown. I have a feeling that's a much more likely scenario for the real Eagles, anyways.
    I was extremely surprised that Brown fell to the third round. He has been rumored to be going to Cleveland or Cincinnati in the second round in other mocks. Definitely better than Rashad Jennings and possibly equal to LeSean McCoy.

    As for Philly, with LJ Smith leaving for Baltimore, my guess is a TE could be a factor in their decisionmaking.
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