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Old 04-23-2009, 04:33 PM   #1
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Default The Definative 2009 NFL Draft Thread

ROUND ONE
1. Detroit (0-16)
2. St. Louis (2-14)
3. Kansas City (2-14)
4. Seattle (4-12)
5. Cleveland (4-12)
6. Cincinnati (4-11-1)
7. Oakland (5-11)
8. Jacksonville (5-11)
9. Green Bay (6-10)
10. San Francisco (7-9)
11. Buffalo (7-9)
12. Denver (8-8)
13. Washington (8-8)
14. New Orleans (8-8)
15. Houston (8-8)
16. San Diego (8-8)
17. New York Jets (9-7)
18. Denver (from Chicago)(9-7)
19. Tampa Bay (9-6)
20. Detroit (from Dallas) (9-7)
21. Philadelphia (9-6-1)
22. Minnesota (10-6)
23. New England (11-5)
24. Atlanta (11-5)
25. Miami (11-5)
26. Baltimore (11-5)
27. Indianapolis (12-4)
28. Buffalo (from Carolina through Philadelphia) (12-4)
29. New York Giants (12-4)
30. Tennessee (13-3)
31. Arizona (9-7)
32. Pittsburgh (12-4)


ROUND TWO
1-33 Detroit
2-34 New England (from Kansas City)
3-35 St. Louis
4-36 Cleveland
5-37 Seattle
6-38 Cincinnati
7-39 Jacksonville
8-40 Oakland
9-41 Green Bay
10-42 Buffalo
11-43 San Francisco
12-44 Miami (from Washington)
13-45 NY Giants (from New Orleans)
14-46 Houston
15-47 New England from (San Diego)
16-48 Denver
17-49 Chicago
18-50 Cleveland (from Tampa Bay)
19-51 Dallas
20-52 NY Jets
21-53 Philadelphia
22-54 Minnesota
23-55 Atlanta
24-56 Miami
25-57 Baltimore
26-58 New England
27-59 Carolina
28-60 NY Giants
29-61 Indianapolis
30-62 Tennessee
31-63 Arizona
32-64 Pittsburgh
ROUND THREE
1-65 Detroit
2-66 St. Louis
3-67 Kansas City
4-68 Seattle
5-69 Dallas (from Cleveland)
6-70 Cincinnati
7-71 Oakland
8-72 Jacksonville
9-73 Green Bay
10-74 San Francisco
11-75 Buffalo
12-76 NY Jets (from New Orleans)
13-77 Houston
14-78 San Diego
15-79 Denver
16-80 Washington
17-81 Tampa Bay
18-82 Detroit (from Dallas)
19-83 Green Bay from (NY Jets)
20-84 Denver (from Chicago)
21-85 Philadelphia
22-86 Minnesota
23-87 Miami
24-88 Baltimore
25-89 New England
26-90 Atlanta
27-91 NY Giants
28-92 Indianapolis
29-93 Carolina
30-94 Tennessee
31-95 Arizona
32-96 Pittsburgh
33-97 New England (Compensatory Selection)
34-98 Cincinnati (Compensatory Selection)
35-99 Chicago (Compensatory Selection)
36-100 New York Giants (Compensatory Selection)
ROUND FOUR
1-101 Dallas (from Detroit)
2-102 Kansas City
3-103 St. Louis
4-104 Cleveland
5-105 Seattle
6-106 Cincinnati
7-107 Jacksonville
8-108 Oakland
9-109 Green Bay
10-110 Buffalo
11-111 San Francisco
12-112 Houston
13-113 San Diego
14-114 Denver
15-115 NY Jets (from Washington)
16-116 New Orleans
17-117 Dallas
18-118 New Orleans (from NY Jets)
19-119 Chicago
20-120 Tampa Bay
21-121 Buffalo (from Philadelphia)
22-122 Houston (from Minnesota)
23-123 Baltimore
24-124 New England
25-125 Atlanta
26-126 Miami
27-127 Indianapolis
28-128 Carolina
29-129 NY Giants
30-130 Tennessee
31-131 Arizona
32-132 Pittsburgh
33-133 San Diego (Compensatory Selection)
34-134 San Diego (Compensatory Selection)
35-135 Tennessee (Compensatory Selection)
36-136 Indianapolis (Compensatory Selection)
ROUND FIVE
1-137 Detroit
2-138 Atlanta (from St. Louis)
3-139 Kansas City
4-140 Chicago (from Seattle through Denver)
5-141 Philadelphia (from Cleveland)
6-142 Cincinnati
7-143 Atlanta (from Oakland)
8-144 Jacksonville
9-145 Green Bay
10-146 San Francisco
11-147 Buffalo
12-148 San Diego
13-149 Denver
14-150 Washington
15-151 NY Giants (from New Orleans)
16-152 Houston
17-153 Philadelphia (from NY Jets)
18-154 Chicago
19-155 Tampa Bay
20-156 Dallas
21-157 Philadelphia
22-158 Minnesota
23-159 New England
24-160 St. Louis (from Atlanta)
25-161 Miami
26-162 Baltimore
27-163 Carolina
28-164 NY Giants
29-165 Indianapolis
30-166 Dallas (from Tennessee)
31-167 Arizona
32-168 Pittsburgh
33-169 Pittsburgh (Compensatory Selection)
34-170 New England (Compensatory Selection)
35-171 San Francisco (Compensatory Selection)
36-172 Dallas (Compensatory Selection)
37-173 Tennessee (Compensatory Selection)
ROUND SIX
1-174 Detroit
2-175 Kansas City
3-176 Atlanta (from St. Louis)
4-177 Cleveland
5-178 Seattle
6-179 Cincinnati
7-180 Jacksonville
8-181 Oakland
9-182 Green Bay
10-183 Buffalo
11-184 San Francisco
12-185 Denver
13-186 Washington
14-187 Green Bay (from New Orleans)
15-188 Houston
16-189 San Diego
17-190 Chicago
18-191 Tampa Bay
19-192 Detroit (from Dallas)
20-193 NY Jets
21-194 Philadelphia
22-195 Philadelphia (from Minnesota)
23-196 St. Louis (from Atlanta)
24-197 Dallas (from Miami)
25-198 Baltimore
26-199 New England
27-200 NY Giants
28-201 Indianapolis
29-202 Carolina
30-203 Tennessee
31-204 Arizona
32-205 Pittsburgh
33-206 Tennessee (Compensatory Selection)
34-207 New England (Compensatory Selection)
35-208 Dallas (Compensatory Selection)
36-209 Cincinnati (Compensatory Selection) ROUND SEVEN
1-210 Dallas (from Detroit)
2-211 St. Louis
3-212 Kansas City
4-213 Seattle
5-214 Miami (from Cleveland)
6-215 Cincinnati
7-216 Oakland
8-217 Tampa Bay (from Jacksonville)
9-218 Green Bay
10-219 San Francisco
11-220 Buffalo
12-221 Minnesota (from Washington)
13-222 New Orleans
14-223 Houston
15-224 San Diego
16-225 Denver
17-226 Pittsburgh (from Tampa Bay)
18-227 Dallas
19-228 NY Jets
20-229 Tampa Bay (from Chicago)
21-230 Philadelphia
22-231 Minnesota
23-232 Miami
24-233 Tampa Bay (from Baltimore)
25-234 New England
26-235 Denver (from Atlanta)
27-236 Indianapolis
28-237 Miami (from Carolina)
29-238 NY Giants
30-239 Tennessee
31-240 Arizona
32-241 Pittsburgh
33-242 Tennessee (Compensatory Selection)
34-243 Washington (Compensatory Selection)
35-244 San Francisco (Compensatory Selection)
36-245 Seattle (Compensatory Selection)
37-246 Chicago (Compensatory Selection)
38-247 Seattle (Compensatory Selection)
39-248 Seattle (Compensatory Selection)
40-249 Cincinnati (Compensatory Selection)
41-250 Jacksonville (Compensatory Selection)
42-251 Chicago (Compensatory Selection)
43-252 Cincinnati (Compensatory Selection)
44-253 Jacksonville (Compensatory Selection)
45-254 Arizona (Compensatory Selection)
46-255 Detroit (Compensatory Selection)
47-256 Kansas City (Compensatory Selection)
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Old 04-23-2009, 04:37 PM   #2
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Tyson Jackson seems to have somehow regained the buzz that he had entering last year's college season, where he was projected to be a top 5 player. He could end up being all the things that Marcus Spears was supposed to be.

The Tony Gonzalez trade probably hurt Brandon Pettigrew the most. The Falcons are one less team for him to go to in the first round.
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Old 04-23-2009, 04:47 PM   #3
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Pettigrew is the second coming of Bubba Franks. Big Body, very good blocker, good hands, large target, zero upside. Not worth a 1st round pick. I'd much rather draft Jared Cook he reminds me a bit of Dustin Keller.
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I cant see Buffalo passing on Pettigrew at 28.
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Did you see that article in SI about the DE-TE-QB hybrid? His name escapes me ATM. The guy may end up being what I thought a innovative OC would have been able to make Matt Jones.
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Old 04-23-2009, 05:03 PM   #6
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James Casey is the guys name. He is old for a draft prospect, seeing as he is 25.

Hopefully the Cowboys can get their hands on Sean Smith or Willie Moore. It is time for to finally shore up our secondary by adding a really good safety. I will not be angry if the Cowboys come away with Patrick Chung or Lous Delmas instead. Getting worked by the likes of LJ Smith is unacceptable.
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It looks like the Browns are leaning toward BJ Raji if Curry isn't there at No. 5. I was against a Raji pick initially, but the more I watch of this kid, the more interested I am in a defensive line featuring Rogers and Raji.

Thoughts?
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It looks like the Browns are leaning toward BJ Raji if Curry isn't there at No. 5. I was against a Raji pick initially, but the more I watch of this kid, the more interested I am in a defensive line featuring Rogers and Raji.

Thoughts?
Raji is a great pick. The thing with Defensive Tackles is it takes them a while to acclimate to the NFL. It's highly unlikely he'll be an impact player in his rookie season. If you go back at look at DT's drafted in the first round hardly any of them have an impact right away. He looks to be as close to a sure thing as their as on the defensive side of the ball. I like the pick a lot. I'm a strong believer that strong line play wins championships.

Hopefully Rogers stays motivated.
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Raji is a great pick. The thing with Defensive Tackles is it takes them a while to acclimate to the NFL. It's highly unlikely he'll be an impact player in his rookie season. If you go back at look at DT's drafted in the first round hardly any of them have an impact right away. He looks to be as close to a sure thing as their as on the defensive side of the ball. I like the pick a lot. I'm a strong believer that strong line play wins championships.

Hopefully Rogers stays motivated.
It should be interesting if Rogers is moved to the defensive end spot. I wonder how Shaun feels about that possibility. I don't see Mangini switching to a 4-3.
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It should be interesting if Rogers is moved to the defensive end spot. I wonder how Shaun feels about that possibility. I don't see Mangini switching to a 4-3.
Rogers at DE, that's strange you're right. Raji and Rogers could eventually develop into the Williams wall in Minnesota in a 4-3.
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Mangina's refusal to be flexible is why I don't think he will be successful on the NFL level. Raji and Rodgers could be terrors at the tackles in a 4-3 set. I feel as if it will be wasting Rodger's skills if he is made 3-4 End.
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Michael Crabtree is gonna surprise the doubters. Cant wait.

I like Raji but not in Clevland.

What prospects you predict drop?
What prospects you predict as reaches?
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Michael Crabtree is gonna surprise the doubters. Cant wait.

I like Raji but not in Clevland.

What prospects you predict drop?
What prospects you predict as reaches?
I feel strongly that Donald Brown is going to be a stud NFL RB right off the bat.
He reminds me a lot of Matt Forte.

Aside from Crabtree I'm really not sold on any top of the WR's. Hayward-Bey and Maclin seem like they have high bust potential.

All of the tackle prospects appear to be close to sure things.

Aaron Maybin screams bust.
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Maybin a raw, undersized DE and he is from Penn State. Last time they pumped out a productive DE? Yeah he has alot of bust going for him. Ouch.

I can see that Clat Matthews character going higher than he should.

Where o where wil Beanie Wells go? O where o where will he be? I can see Michael Jenkins dropping in the draft. Kinda like P.Buchanon did going from top 10 to drafted at 20 i believe.
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Maybin a raw, undersized DE and he is from Penn State. Last time they pumped out a productive DE? Yeah he has alot of bust going for him. Ouch.

I can see that Clat Matthews character going higher than he should.

Where o where wil Beanie Wells go? O where o where will he be? I can see Michael Jenkins dropping in the draft. Kinda like P.Buchanon did going from top 10 to drafted at 20 i believe.
PSU NFL players are trash. Honestly they have a higher bust ratio than any other school.

Did you hear that Clay Matthews and Brian Cushing formed some racist hate group on facebook called "White Warriors" or some sh*t. What a bunch of f*cking meatheads.

I think Beanie has a good chance to land in Denver or Arizona. He reminds me Lenwhale White a lot. I think he might slip into the early second round and he'd have high value there.
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