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Free agency got off to a fast and furious start, which will shift some draft needs around for teams. For the Cincinnati Bengals, many of the same team needs on defense are now magnified as the draft starts to draw nearer. Those needs on defense could be filled with players like Chris Houston, Quincy Black and Marvin White.

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typical bengalszone mock trying to be fancy with sort of no name players. None of these players will be picked by the bengals this year, just like every other year

Where's your perfect mock, then? Don't come in here bitching about the Bengalszone mock for it's acurracy without offering something of your own.

The draft is in nearly two months. Give it a break.

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typical bengalszone mock trying to be fancy with sort of no name players. None of these players will be picked by the bengals this year, just like every other year

Where's your perfect mock, then? Don't come in here bitching about the Bengalszone mock for it's acurracy without offering something of your own.

The draft is in nearly two months. Give it a break.

You have to change the Redskins pick, I guarantee they get Gaines Adams. They need a Defensive Lineman alot more then they need a safety. They have to try Archuleta again this year at safety, they spent too much money on him to cut him and spent too much money on him to be just a special teamer.

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Hard to say what the braindead trust in DC will do but if Greg Williams has any say in the pick he'd probably rather have the Skins get a pick that allows the LBs to get the pressure like he likes to get it. If they got a secondary they can rely on to hold up in coverage, their pass defense improves because the LBs get free up more. They can't cut Archuletta but I'd expect him to be used as sparingly as he was last year.

The Skins don't usually draft DEs but this would be a good year to do it. Jamaal Anderson would be the better fit for what they need at left end -- a 280+ lb. DE. Phillip Daniels is old and his backup won't replace him. They signed Andre Carter to big money last year and he's pretty much what Gaines Adams -- much more an edge rusher up against left tackles than a power end.

typical bengalszone mock trying to be fancy with sort of no name players. None of these players will be picked by the bengals this year, just like every other year

What's the matter...Can't find a prospect profile? :lmao:

I did look up last year's 4 round mock and the sort of no name players the Bengals won't pick:

1. Antonio Cromartie

2. John McCargo

3. Chris Gocong

4. David Thomas

Course all of them were picked before the Bengals turn in those rounds. That's some fancy figuring, eh?.

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Interesting!! :D

I've already told you that I'm not a Chris Houston fan :lmao: -- I'd rather have Darrelle Revis. :P

I really like Quincy Black, New Mexico in the second round. He really explodes into some of his tackles. Not much of an up the middle rusher -- but I like his speed off the corner. And, he does make plays.

However, I would be tempted to take Justin Harrell, Tennessee in the second round.

I, also, am hoping that Paul Solai slips to us in the 4th round. B)

Thanks for giving us something to chew on!! :sure:

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I've already told you that I'm not a Chris Houston fan :lmao: -- I'd rather have Darrelle Revis. :P

I suspect the Bengals would too if they take a 1st round corner and pass on the risk of adding a man corner instead of a straight up replacement for Tory James. But I'd also suspect they'll pick Cb in the 2nd if they want to do that.

Watching Justin Harrell play with a torn bicep, knowing it was his last game of the year before he had surgery surpassed even Ray McDonald's and Doug Datish's gutty performances this year. My only beef with Harrell is lateral movement and backside pursuit. He plays with enough strength to hold the line and shed for tackles but start getting him shuffling down the line to try to keep the right space or react for backside pursuit and I'm not sure he fares as well.

DT is going to be interesting in the draft this year...again. It would be a good opportunity to groom an early pick while the old vets are still there rather than tossing one straight into the fire in '08. But looking at the current corps, there's only 1 pick among them -- not counting Fanene. They seem to have done better there with free agency.

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The NFLF Path to the Draft on WRs the other day showed Houston locked up with Dwayne Bowe a few times. Houston can hold his ground vs. bigger receivers but he had a hard time shedding the block and locating the ball. He'd still probably be better than O'Neal as a run defender and if he's in the slot, the main thing is he has the quickness to close and make the tackle on receivers.

Quincy Black would give the Bengals an immediate weakside backer who is also an ideal dropper as a nickel back. He'll have to improve his strength in trash but he's shown he can add bulk w/o losing speed.

Marvin White would probably only see the field in dime but he'd be ready at safety if there's an injury. He's a disciplined tackler with good range but he'll level receivers when he gets the shot:

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