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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    I am off to a fantasy baseball draft so if my pick comes up tonight I will not be able to make it until tomorrow afternoon when I awake from my drunkness.
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    Buffalo Bills select TE Chase Coffman Missouri. Chase was slowed a bit by injuries last season however Buffalo thinks he will be a nice compliment to a strong receiving corps.
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    Interesting draft so far. Redhook if the Bengals end up with Monroe and Unger I can't imagine anyone would be disappointed with that, nice start. Although I will say I would have been awfully tempted to go Jason Smith and Eric Wood with those selections.

    The pick of the draft I think so far has to be Hoosier Red getting a TE like Pettigrew with the 27th pick, he's an outstanding fit for any team but the way Peyton utilizes his TE's it's all bad for everyone else. Great selection Hoosier!

    One thing for some GM's to consider here. Teams moving to a base 3-4 defense have a hard time transitioning to it from a 4-3 because they lack a true NT. There are few of them ava. and even fewer who can likely make an impact soon. Raji and Brace are 2 of them. So for KC, Denver and the like they need to address that position. A couple of others who might need some time to develop are Chris Baker from Hampton and Sammie Lee Hill from Stillman, but look intriguing in the middle rounds. Antonio Dixon from "the U" might garner some late round attention.
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    The pick of the draft so far is the Patriots getting Jeremy Maclin with the 23rd pick.
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:


    Hi, I'm Scot McCloughan, GM of disgraced NFL franchise, the San Francisco 49ers. Unfortunately, this draft lasts multiple rounds, so I am forced to further our embarrassing decline from a respectably mediocre organization to a downright despicable "NFL franchise."

    It has been said that the best strategy for the draft is to go "BPA", in which case we would go for Virginia's Clint Sintim, but we already selected a more extreme version of Sintim in Brian Orakpo, who is no doubt disappointed that he became a 49er.

    Therefore, we're going in a different direction. Walt Harris was a great cornerback in the day, but he isn't getting any younger, and if he is, he needs to stop hanging out with Barry Bonds. With our 2nd pick of the draft, we are cautiously optimistic in our selection of Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest, who will probably develop into an overly-aggressive road cone, fitting in with the team's theme of 'bad.'



    Welcome to San Francisco, Alphonso. We believe that shortly after signing your first pro contract, you will want to jump off a bridge. Fortunately, we are home to one of the most beautiful, historic bridges in the world so you can send yourself off in style. If that's the path you choose, please bring our troubled star tight end, Vernon Davis, with you--it would save us millions of dollars and spare us from even more headaches.

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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    Quote Originally Posted by Mario-Rijo View Post
    Interesting draft so far. Redhook if the Bengals end up with Monroe and Unger I can't imagine anyone would be disappointed with that, nice start. Although I will say I would have been awfully tempted to go Jason Smith and Eric Wood with those selections.
    I was tempted as well with Smith and Wood. I honestly don't know who is better. And the Bengals might not as well. I picked Monroe because he is a little more polished than Smith is. And I picked Unger because he is intelligent and can possibly play more positions other than Center.

    Either way, I'd be happy if the Bengals got 2 of those 4.

    I could also see the Bengals waiting to the 3rd round for a Center. Luigs, from Arkansas, should be there still.

    We'll see what happens. I just hope the Bengals don't screw it up too bad.
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    I picked Unger because he is intelligent and can possibly play more positions other than Center.
    Yeah, I was hoping the Bengals would take Wood in round 2, and Unger would fall to Green Bay, because I think he could play LT- he started there for two years in the Pac-10.

    Pettigrew is a good value pick for the Colts, but with their gaping holes at LB, DT, and WR I'm not sure if they can afford the luxury of taking him.
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    Quote Originally Posted by chicoruiz View Post
    Yeah, I was hoping the Bengals would take Wood in round 2, and Unger would fall to Green Bay, because I think he could play LT- he started there for two years in the Pac-10.

    Pettigrew is a good value pick for the Colts, but with their gaping holes at LB, DT, and WR I'm not sure if they can afford the luxury of taking him.
    Gaping holes or not, I still believe in drafting BPA. That's why the Colts are one of the best franchises in football. Here's how I would rank franchises as far as world class, well-run franchises.

    1a. Steelers
    1b. Patriots
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    Update:

    1. Detroit (0-16) -- *Baseclogger* - - Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia
    2. St. Louis (2-14) -- LoganBuck - - Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
    3. Kansas City (2-14) -- WVRed - - Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
    4. Seattle (4-12) -- cincrazy - - BJ Raji, DT, Boston College
    5. Cleveland (4-12) -- BuckeyeRedleg - - Malcolm Jenkins, CB/S, Ohio State
    6. Cincinnati (4-11-1) -- Redhook - - Eugene Monroe, T, UVA
    7. Oakland (5-11) -- Slyder - - Jason Smith, OL, Baylor
    8. Jacksonville (5-11) -- JaxRed - - Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
    9. Green Bay (6-10) -- chicoruiz - - Everette Brown, LB/DE, FSU
    10. San Francisco (7-9) -- camisadelgolf - - Brian Orapko, DE, Texas
    11. Buffalo (7-9) -- KoryMac5 - - Aaron Maybin, DE, Penn St.
    12. Denver (8-8) -- HotCorner - - Beanie Wells, RB, Ohio St.
    13. Washington (8-8) -- Edskin - - Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
    14. New Orleans (8-8) -- Highlifeman21 - - Brian Cushing, LB, USC
    15. Houston (8-8) -- Sean_CaseyRules - - Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
    16. San Diego (8-8) -- schmidty622 - - Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
    17. New York Jets (9-7) -- Austin Kearns - - Patrick White, QB/WR, WVU
    18. Chicago (9-7) -- Emin3mShady07 - - Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
    19. Tampa Bay (9-6) - reds44 - - Larry English, DE/LB, N. Illinois
    20. Detroit (from Dallas) (9-7) -- *BaseClogger* - - Andre Smith, OL, Alabama
    21. Philadelphia (9-6-1) -- Stewie - - Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
    22. Minnesota (10-6) -- Handofdeath - - Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas St
    23. New England (11-5) -- WilyMoROCKS - - Jeremy Maclin, WR, Mizzou
    24. Atlanta (11-5) -- sonny - - James Lauranitis, LB, Ohio State
    25. Miami (11-5) -- Buckeye33 - - Clay Matthews, LB/DE, USC
    26. Baltimore (11-5) -- DTCromer - - Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
    27. Indianapolis (12-4) -- Hoosier Red - - Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Ok St.
    28. Philadelphia (from Carolina) (12-4) -- Stewie - - Alex Mack, C, Oregon
    29. New York Giants (12-4) -- Puffy - - Eben Britton, T, Arizona
    30. Tennessee (13-3) -- redsfandan - - Peria Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
    31. Arizona (9-7) -- Jack Burton - - Robert Ayers, DE, Tennessee
    32. Pittsburgh (12-4) -- SteelSD - - William Beatty, OT, UConn


    Round 2:

    1. Detroit (0-16) -- *BaseClogger* - - Ziggy Hood, DT, Missouri
    2. New England -- Wily Mo - - DJ Moore, CB, Vandy
    3. St. Louis (2-14) -- LoganBuck - - Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma
    4. Cleveland (4-12) -- BuckeyeRedleg - - Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
    5. Seattle (4-12) -- cincrazy - - Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech
    6. Cincinnati (4-11-1) -- Redhook - - Max Unger, C, Oregon
    7. Jacksonville (5-11) -- JaxRed - - Hakeem Nicks, WR, UNC
    8. Oakland (5-11) -- Slyder - - Sean Smith, DB, Utah
    9. Green Bay (6-10) -- chicoruiz - - Gerald Cadogan, T, Penn St
    10. Buffalo (7-9) -- KoryMac5 - - Chase Coffman, TE, Missouri
    11. San Francisco (7-9) -- camisadelgolf - - Alphonso Smith, CB, WF
    12. Miami (11-5) -- Buckeye33
    13. New York Giants (12-4) -- Puffy
    14. Houston (8-8) -- sean_casey rules
    15. New England (11-5) -- Wily Mo
    16. Denver (8-8) -- HotCorner
    17. Chicago (9-7) -- Emin3mShady07
    18. Cleveland (4-12) -- BuckeyeRedleg
    19. Dallas (9-7) -- NJReds
    20. New York Jets (9-7) -- AustinKearns
    21. Philadelphia (9-6-1) -- Stewie
    22. Minnesota (10-6) -- HandofDeath
    23. Atlanta (11-5) -- sonny
    24. Miami (11-5) -- Buckeye33
    25. Baltimore (11-5) -- DTCromer
    26. New England (11-5) -- Wily Mo
    27. Carolina (12-4) -- HeatherC1212
    28. New York Giants (12-4) -- Puffy
    29. Indianapolis (12-4) -- Hoosier Red
    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:

    With the first of there two 2nd round picks the Miami Dolphins select Brian Robiskie, WR, The Ohio State University.



    We were torn between Brian and Kenny Britt out of Rutgers but feel Robiskie will be ready to help us immediately. As everyone knows Brian will be reunited with his former teammate Ted Ginn along with his father.

    At 6'3" and 200 lbs he will be a great over the middle receiver and will be able to stretch the field when needed.
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    The New York Football Giants, the best team in the NFC East, still have all these draft picks cause no one is allowing me to wheel and deal (in this humble draft evaluator's opinion it has to be because of my genius and the potential to rip people off) so we are once again forced to watch people take my players whilst I idly sit by (I'm looking at you JaxRed - Hakeem Nicks wants to be a Giant!!).

    However, the New York Football Giants, robbed of a Super Bowl only because Plaxico Burress shot himself in the leg in the Mighty Midget's City, are pleased to welcome a local product to the Family (and by Family I mean the Mara Family, except for Kate Mara, cause she is mine).

    The New York Football Giants select Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    "I always feel like..... somebody's watching me"
    The lowest acceptable payroll amount for ownership to show they are not greedy pigs is 15 million more than they are currently paying. No matter what that currently is.

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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    Quote Originally Posted by JaxRed View Post
    "I always feel like..... somebody's watching me"
    LOL!
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    Re: Official 2009 Redszone NFL Mock Draft:

    Update:

    1. Detroit (0-16) -- *Baseclogger* - - Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia
    2. St. Louis (2-14) -- LoganBuck - - Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
    3. Kansas City (2-14) -- WVRed - - Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
    4. Seattle (4-12) -- cincrazy - - BJ Raji, DT, Boston College
    5. Cleveland (4-12) -- BuckeyeRedleg - - Malcolm Jenkins, CB/S, Ohio State
    6. Cincinnati (4-11-1) -- Redhook - - Eugene Monroe, T, UVA
    7. Oakland (5-11) -- Slyder - - Jason Smith, OL, Baylor
    8. Jacksonville (5-11) -- JaxRed - - Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
    9. Green Bay (6-10) -- chicoruiz - - Everette Brown, LB/DE, FSU
    10. San Francisco (7-9) -- camisadelgolf - - Brian Orapko, DE, Texas
    11. Buffalo (7-9) -- KoryMac5 - - Aaron Maybin, DE, Penn St.
    12. Denver (8-8) -- HotCorner - - Beanie Wells, RB, Ohio St.
    13. Washington (8-8) -- Edskin - - Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
    14. New Orleans (8-8) -- Highlifeman21 - - Brian Cushing, LB, USC
    15. Houston (8-8) -- Sean_CaseyRules - - Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
    16. San Diego (8-8) -- schmidty622 - - Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
    17. New York Jets (9-7) -- Austin Kearns - - Patrick White, QB/WR, WVU
    18. Chicago (9-7) -- Emin3mShady07 - - Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
    19. Tampa Bay (9-6) - reds44 - - Larry English, DE/LB, N. Illinois
    20. Detroit (from Dallas) (9-7) -- *BaseClogger* - - Andre Smith, OL, Alabama
    21. Philadelphia (9-6-1) -- Stewie - - Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
    22. Minnesota (10-6) -- Handofdeath - - Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas St
    23. New England (11-5) -- WilyMoROCKS - - Jeremy Maclin, WR, Mizzou
    24. Atlanta (11-5) -- sonny - - James Lauranitis, LB, Ohio State
    25. Miami (11-5) -- Buckeye33 - - Clay Matthews, LB/DE, USC
    26. Baltimore (11-5) -- DTCromer - - Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
    27. Indianapolis (12-4) -- Hoosier Red - - Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Ok St.
    28. Philadelphia (from Carolina) (12-4) -- Stewie - - Alex Mack, C, Oregon
    29. New York Giants (12-4) -- Puffy - - Eben Britton, T, Arizona
    30. Tennessee (13-3) -- redsfandan - - Peria Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
    31. Arizona (9-7) -- Jack Burton - - Robert Ayers, DE, Tennessee
    32. Pittsburgh (12-4) -- SteelSD - - William Beatty, OT, UConn


    Round 2:

    1. Detroit (0-16) -- *BaseClogger* - - Ziggy Hood, DT, Missouri
    2. New England -- Wily Mo - - DJ Moore, CB, Vandy
    3. St. Louis (2-14) -- LoganBuck - - Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma
    4. Cleveland (4-12) -- BuckeyeRedleg - - Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
    5. Seattle (4-12) -- cincrazy - - Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech
    6. Cincinnati (4-11-1) -- Redhook - - Max Unger, C, Oregon
    7. Jacksonville (5-11) -- JaxRed - - Hakeem Nicks, WR, UNC
    8. Oakland (5-11) -- Slyder - - Sean Smith, DB, Utah
    9. Green Bay (6-10) -- chicoruiz - - Gerald Cadogan, T, Penn St
    10. Buffalo (7-9) -- KoryMac5 - - Chase Coffman, TE, Missouri
    11. San Francisco (7-9) -- camisadelgolf - - Alphonso Smith, CB, WF
    12. Miami (11-5) -- Buckeye33 - - Brian Robinski, WR, Ohio St.
    13. New York Giants (12-4) -- Puffy - - Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
    14. Houston (8-8) -- sean_casey rules
    15. New England (11-5) -- Wily Mo
    16. Denver (8-8) -- HotCorner
    17. Chicago (9-7) -- Emin3mShady07
    18. Cleveland (4-12) -- BuckeyeRedleg
    19. Dallas (9-7) -- NJReds
    20. New York Jets (9-7) -- AustinKearns
    21. Philadelphia (9-6-1) -- Stewie
    22. Minnesota (10-6) -- HandofDeath
    23. Atlanta (11-5) -- sonny
    24. Miami (11-5) -- Buckeye33
    25. Baltimore (11-5) -- DTCromer
    26. New England (11-5) -- Wily Mo
    27. Carolina (12-4) -- HeatherC1212
    28. New York Giants (12-4) -- Puffy
    29. Indianapolis (12-4) -- Hoosier Red
    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:

    With the 14th pick in the 2nd round, the Houston Texans select....

    Jonathon Luigs C - Arkansas. He has good size and he's the fastest center in the draft with good feet. He blocked for McFadden, Jones, and Hillis for three years. The guy knows how to run block. As far as pass blocking, he has the tools and the size at about 6'3 310 to become a solid pass protector. The guy could start from the beginning and fills the next biggest hole on our team, at center. Don't get me wrong, i love Myers, the guy works his tail off, he's just too undersized.
    Let's make some noise!


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