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  • Colorado69
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    Poor draft by ESPN

    They really blew it!! Denver doesn't usually draft small receivers because they have to block to support the dominant run game. The DT from Michigan is an underachiever and is not a 1st round talent. The biggest goof, is that the biggest need is for a consistent sack artist. Which team are they referring to? Poor knowlegde of a team's needs.

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  • Loyalty
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    Now I know why I don't subscribe to ESPN Insider. They are missing one of the Broncos biggest needs a DE. Come on ESPN!

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  • Dub-DeuceKnight
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    Vernon Davis will probably be top 15, but even if he isn't there is no way he falls to #22. That would be frickin sweet to add a guy like him to this offense. He is a specimen

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  • DENVER BRONCO56
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    Does not matter, then we can go for Vernon davis(wr/te tweener) he can play WR for us and has the hands and not from Florida


    ALL WR from florida are busts

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  • Colorado69
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    Moss doesn't fit the Broncos

    On the Broncos, a wide receiver has to block. Moss is too small for the system. Because Denver is a run-first team, all the WR have to be able to block in support of the running game. If you remember Eddie Mac's block in the 1st Super Bowl win, then you will understand why Moss is not made for the Denver offensive scheme. The WRs have to block LBs in some plays. Can you imagine a 180 lb WR trying to block a 240 lb LB? Jackson is already at 205, and will probably gain a few pounds once he enters the Bronco workout system. A 210/215 lb WR can be a much more effective blocker. The blocking requirement has been one of the big reasons that they haven't found better WRs in free-agency. Notice the size of all the young WRs on the team. I don't see any 180 lb WRs. I like Travis Wilson from Oklahoma at 6'2", 213 lbs, 4.45/40. He should be available in the third round.
    Last edited by Colorado69; 02-22-2006, 06:27 PM.

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  • DENVER BRONCO56
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    great mock


    i want Moss, he has talent, has the speed and hands...and he is not a Florida WR(all busts) and he is from a school known to groom superstars


    GabeWatson- in a 4-3 would be great, would be hard to stop one on one and would help getting double teams

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  • MoFo_JoRo
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    I really dont get why titans need a qb when they havr volek to eventually take over. i mean i know that itd be smart to take young or leinert but it dont seem to me like itd be a top 5 need.

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  • West
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    Originally posted by rcsodak
    I hope not.
    He was invisible in the game against my sooners.....
    How about dem Sooners this year RC? hehehehehehehehehehehehe.




    I do not think Sinorice Moss is our replacement for Rod. When you talk of 'replacement', you think of a player that is similar to the player one is replacing correct? Is Sincorice Moss similar to Rod? Not by a long shot. The replacement for Rod is Chad Jackson, i'm sorry but for those who think at 22 if hes there we're gunna pass on him are completely foolish. He has the Rod build 6'1 205 with excellent hands. Pretty good speed (sub 4.4) who can go over the middle and make the tough catches. But who can also go up for the ball and beat that corner. Chad Jackson will be a Bronco.

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  • Dub-DeuceKnight
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    You hope not?
    Ngata is the best DT prospect that has come out in years, he is a freak a physical speciman.
    I would like to have Ngata on the team but that being said I think we are better off staying put and drafting a DT either in the 2nd round or at 1b.
    Really the only person I would want us to target if we traded up would be Mario Williams.

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  • rcsodak
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    Originally posted by Dub-DeuceKnight
    I think if we trade up around there it would be to grab Ngata (if he fell)
    I hope not.
    He was invisible in the game against my sooners.....

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  • Dub-DeuceKnight
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    If we traded up I don't think it would be to get Huff.
    I don't really like Huff either he put up good numbers, but he also played on a great team, a great defense and a lot of the time the opposing team was throwing the ball.
    It is interesting seeing the influx of CB/S hybrids in the mix this year.
    Just remember we have the original hybrid in Browner.

    I think if we trade up around there it would be to grab Ngata (if he fell)

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  • MTRaiderHater
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    Lions?

    That's pretty interesting that they have the Lion's most pressing need as QB, yet show them drafting Michael Huff, and Jay Cutler going with the next pick.

    I would be interested to see what you draftniks think about us trading up with our two first round picks, to see if we can get Huff. I am not as into the big school college football scene, but Huff seems to have a huge upside from the little that I did see.

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  • Dawgfan
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    That would be a horrible pick for the Browns. Greenway has several undesirable traits with him and I am in no mood to go over them right now. Go back to all the other mocks to see what I don't like about him.

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  • Perry1977
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    Originally posted by RebelSyxx
    Sinorice Moss would not be a smart choice. Too Small, and not physical enough to be a complete receiver.

    Derek Hagan, Jason Avant or Hank Baskett are all better choices. And maybe only Hagan would have a first round choice.

    I would bet money the Sinorice Moss will have a better career than any of those guys. Hagan and Avant can't catch a cold. Baskett is overrated. Maybe Chad Jackson...but I havent seen enough of him to know.

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  • Duilen
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    Originally posted by RebelSyxx
    Sinorice Moss would not be a smart choice. Too Small, and not physical enough to be a complete receiver.

    Derek Hagan, Jason Avant or Hank Baskett are all better choices. And maybe only Hagan would have a first round choice.
    Didn't everyone say the same thing about Darrent Williams last year?

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