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Postby Canadian Seahawk » Mon Mar 22, 2004 1:41 pm

QB Matt Hasselbeck SEA 3.05
QB Byron Leftwich JAC 4.06
RB Shaun Alexander SEA 1.05
RB Domanick Davis HOU 2.06
RB Chris Brown TEN 7.05
RB Quentin Griffin DEN 8.06
RB DeShaun Foster CAR 10.06
WR Darrell Jackson SEA 5.05
WR Andre Johnson HOU 6.06
WR Ashley Lelie DEN 11.05
TE Jeremy Shockey NYG 9.05

,,,,,,,,,this is my squad from antports mock draft...
with this draft I decided to get two strong backs then wait it out to see how low the Browns/Griffens/Fosters would go before I thought....Also waited on the WR's to see whats out there if you look elsewhere.,,Notice the homers ;-D ,,,well ya can't do it on a real team.
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Postby Free Bagel » Mon Mar 22, 2004 2:33 pm

Leftwhich at 4.06? Yikes, a backup QB in round 4 that you probably could've gotten in rounds 8 or 9. Other than that it looks pretty good. I see some Seahawk bias coming through w/ the Alexander at #5 overall, and Seattle player's as your #1 WR, #1 QB, and #1 RB.

That basically means whenever Seattle has a bad day you'd be getting a loss.
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Postby NittanyLions » Mon Mar 22, 2004 3:19 pm

I like your team but i agree with bagel, you grabbe dleftwich way too early, especially since D-jax was still up...i also agree if seattle busts ur sscrewed :-)
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Postby terpfan » Mon Mar 22, 2004 4:45 pm

i would have taken a wr in round 4... but the wrs you got arent all that bad. i really like the alexander/davis combo.
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Postby KingGhidra » Mon Mar 22, 2004 4:46 pm

Free Bagel wrote:Leftwhich at 4.06? Yikes, a backup QB in round 4 that you probably could've gotten in rounds 8 or 9. Other than that it looks pretty good. I see some Seahawk bias coming through w/ the Alexander at #5 overall, and Seattle player's as your #1 WR, #1 QB, and #1 RB.

That basically means whenever Seattle has a bad day you'd be getting a loss.


Given their division, Seattle is probably an 11-5, 12-4 team waiting to happen. However I couldn't see starting a RB, QB AND WR from the same team. Bye week will suck especially since all your backup RBs are essentially prospects at this point.

SA is good at 1.05, he should never fall further than 5.
DD is probably pretty good at 2.06. Cheaper than he will be I'm guessing.
Hass is good at 3.05, but I probably would've prefered a WR and hoped for Hass at 4.06 instead of:
Leftwich?
D-Jax and A.Johnson are excellent at 5 and 6.

Skipping ahead some.

Shockey at 9.05? WTF!?
Most of your picks look pretty good except you have no K or DEF.
I almost always prefer a starting DEF or K over a backup RB/WR.
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Postby CC » Mon Mar 22, 2004 4:50 pm

Personally I think that LT2, Priest, Ahman, Portis, and Deuce are the top 5 backs, but I can't really fault you for taking Alexander as he is a touchdown machine and you have to have a little bit of homer bias. I love Leftwich but the 4th was too early and you probably could have had Hasselback in the 4th.

The Jackson and Johnson picks were great (especially Johnson) and everything else is really good as well.
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Postby nebbie2004 » Mon Mar 22, 2004 6:08 pm

I arge with all said but I think you got a steal on AJ (Andre Johnson)
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Postby jaymz742 » Mon Mar 22, 2004 6:25 pm

all good points. getting Lelie and Foster that late is awesome. At some point Stephen davis is going to get hurt, its a given. Lelie is going to be the go to guy on the Broncs.
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Postby Free Bagel » Mon Mar 22, 2004 6:36 pm

KingGhidra wrote:SA is good at 1.05, he should never fall further than 5


At this point whenever I see that little green avatar I get ready to argue :p

LT, Priest, Portis, Ahman, and Lewis all HAVE to go ahead of Alexander in my books. That knocks him further than 5 in my books. I'd also rate Deuce higher, knocking Alexander down to 7, but that doesn't even matter at this point, because we're already past 5 :p.

Davis is great value at 2.06, and I agree I doubt he'll fall that far in most drafts. I agree on Hass, 3rd round is one round too early.

Leftwhich was 6 rounds too early, I really see this pick as insane.

Actually, now that I'm looking at it, I'm starting to wonder if maybe he just mixed up the numbers on Shockey and Leftwhich, because Shockey in the 4th and Leftwhich in the 9th makes sense, but vice versa doesn't make sense for either of the two...
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Postby terpfan » Mon Mar 22, 2004 8:21 pm

KingGhidra wrote:SA is good at 1.05, he should never fall further than 5

ive got him at #6. wut? :-b
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