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One last NFL mock draft.

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1. Oakland, Jamarcus Russell, QB, L.S.U.

2. Tampa Bay (from Detroit), Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech

3. Cleveland, Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame

4. Detroit (from Tampa Bay), Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson

5. Arizona, Joe Thomas, OT, Wisconsin

6. Atlanta (from Washington), LaRon Landry, S, L.S.U.

7. Minnesota, Adrian Petterson, RB, Oklahoma

8. Washington (from Atlanta), Jamaal Anderson, DE, Arkansas

9. Miami, Amobi Okoye, DT, Louisville

10. Texas, Levi Brown, OT, Penn St.

11. San Francisco, Adam Carriker, DE/DT, Nebraska

12. Buffalo, Patrick Willis, ILB, Ole Miss

13. St. Louis, Alan Branch, DT, Michigan

14. Carolina, Reggie Nelson, S, Florida

15. NYG (from Pittsburgh), Marshawn Lynch, RB, California

16. Green Bay, Greg Olsen, TE, Miami

17. Jacksonville, Jarvis Moss, DE/OLB, Florida

18. Kansas City (from Cincinnati), Ted Ginn, Jr., WR, Ohio St.

19. Tennessee, Leon Hall, CB, Michigan

20. Pittsburgh (from NYG) Lawrence Timmons, OLB, Florida St.

21. Denver, Jon Beason, LB, Miami

22. Dallas, Darrell Revis, CB, Pittsburgh

23. Cincinnati (from Kansas City), Aaron Ross, CB, Texas

24. San Diego (from New England), Dwayne Jarrett, WR, USC

25. NYJ, Justin Harrell, DT, Tennessee

26. Philadelphia, Michael Griffin, S, Texas

27. New Orleans, Paul Posluszny, OLB, Penn St.

28. New England, Brandon Meriweather, S, Miami

29. Baltimore, Joe Staley, OT, Central Michigan

30. New England (from San Diego), Chris Houston, CB, Arkansas

31. Chicago, Robert Meachem, WR, Tennessee

32. Indianapolis, Tank Tyler, DT, NC St.

Bengals seven round Mock Draft.

1. Aaron Ross, CB, Texas ross_aaron_111205_300.jpg

2. Justin Durant, OLB, Hampton durant_wssu.jpg

3. Ray McDonald, DE, Florida 040909footnote.jpg

4. Kareem Brown, DT, Miami 07.mia.brown.jpg

5. Martrez Milner, TE, Georgia Milner.jpg

6. Renardo Foster, OT/OG, Louisville 384372m.jpg

7. Matt Moore, QB, Oregon St. 20061203__1204-c6-beavers_200.jpg

7. J.D. Nelson, S, Oregon J.D.Nelson1.jpg

The third round pick came from the Bengals tradeing up with KC in my mock draft.

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Good trade action. No doubt the wheeling and dealing is going to be fast and furious.

The Bengals passing on Revis to get Ross for a 3rd is interesting. Ross offers the same CB/PR option, plus he should at least be able to handle free safety if corner doesn't work out. He'll be 25 years old to start the season but his prime will be the length of a 1st round contract.

I like Ray McDonald but GBN had a PFW article a few days ago that said McDonald is missing a ACL in 1 knee. Could knock him out of 1st Day consideration but teams are still going to like how tough McDonald is and how well he plays -- minus an ACL or not.

Milner would be an instant upgrade over Tony Stewart.

Hard to not like how physical Nelson plays but I suspect he'll get caught in no-man's land between a too-slow SS and a not-enough-there weakside backer.

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The one thing that suprises me (regardless of their defense) is that no one has even considered Detroit taking a QB at #2. I know, I know, their defense needs help, but they have the 2nd pick in all the round and with all the 2nd round talent in the draft to begin with, it wouldn't appear to be out of the question to take a QB at #2 and then address the defense at the top of both the 2nd and 3rd rounds.

Bear with me on this, they have a 3rd year guy in Orlovsky who has played in 2 games and completed 7 passes for no TD's or INT's. They also have Josh McCown who didn't throw the ball once last year. Then there's Kitna who had a great yardage year with over 4000 yards, but threw one more INT (22) than he did TD's (21) and only threw 3 times beyond 40 yards. This actually looks like the perfect place to draft a young QB like Brady. Let Detroit pull the same with Brady as we did with Carson and let him learn behind Kitna.

Then again, I could be way off base and their defense could suck worse than ours.

What the hell do I know ??? Just food for thought...


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