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 Top 10 Mock Draft Game 
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Okay, we all like to play a little GM. We presume to have a vast football knowledge. Some of us like to think we know just a little more than the next guy. Square up and test your mettle. Who will be the anointed one when the dust clears in April?

Here's the basic idea. Mock the top 10 picks of the draft. You will accumulate point for each correct pick. There are slightly more points for later picks because of the increasing uncertainty that sets in during the draft. Also you can gain bonus points by submitting your entry early and predicting trades.

Basic Scoring:
1. San Francisco 1000 pts
2. Miami 1100 pts
3. Cleveland 1200 pts
4. Chicago 1300 pts
5. Tampa Bay 1400 pts
6. Tennessee 1500 pts
7. Minnesota 1600 pts
8. Arizona 1700 pts
9. Washington 1800 pts
10. Detroit 1900 pts

Bonus Scoring:
a. You get 50 pts for every day you submit your entry before the draft
b. You get 400 additional pts if you rightly predict a team trading out of its position
c. You get 1000 additional pts if you rightly predict a team moving into a new position.

Additional Rules:
b. and c. only apply to trades that take place after you submit your entry ballot.
You may submit as many ballots as you want, but only the latest submission counts.


March 30th, 2005, 2:42 am
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1) San Fran - A. Rogers
2) Miami - R. Brown
3) Cleveland - D. Johnson
4) Chicago - B. Edwards
5) Tampa - C. Williams
6) Tennessee - A. Rolle
7) Minnesota - M. Williams
8) Arizona - A. Smith
9) Washington - A. Jones
10) Detroit - A. Barron

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March 30th, 2005, 10:25 am
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Pablo wrote:
1) San Fran - A. Rogers
2) Miami - R. Brown
3) Cleveland - D. Johnson
4) Chicago - B. Edwards
5) Tampa - M. Williams
6) Tennessee - A. Rolle
7) Minnesota - M. Williams
8) Arizona - A. Smith
9) Washington - A. Jones
10) Detroit - A. Barron


If Willy's gone at 5, Minn might consider Pac-Man.


March 30th, 2005, 10:53 am
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That's true, I actually meant C. Williams to the Bucs. Too many Williams you know. In fact, there are too many Roy Williams alone. I can't excape it with the Lions, Cowboys and March Madness - they are everywhere! :lol:

Had to get my picks in early to maximize points!

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1.)San fransisco-Aaron Rodgers/QB/Cal
2.)Miami-Ronnie Brown/RB/Auburn
3.)Cleveland-Derrick Johnson/LB/Texas
4.)Chicago-Mike Williams/WR/USC
5.)Tampa-Cadilac Williams/RB/Auburn
6.)Tennesee-Antrel Rolle/CB/Miami
7.)Minnesota-Braylon Edwards/WR/Michigan
8.)Arizona-Cedric Benson/RB/Texas
9.)Washington-Shawne Merriman/DE/Maryland
10.)Detroit-Marcus Spears/DE/LSU

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March 30th, 2005, 11:40 am
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Just thought I would mix it up a bit :P
1) San Fran - A. Rogers (duh)
2) Miami - D. Johnson (if Ricky ever comes home)
3) Cleveland - B. Edwards (Winslow needs help)
4) Chicago - M. Williams (Looking to compliment Mushin)
5) Tampa - R. Brown (Excited he is here for them)
6) Tennessee - A. Barron (McNair gets killed way too much)
7) Minnesota - A. Rolle (With recievers gone and Chicago and Detroit better at WR this makes sooo much sense)
8- Arizona - A. Smith (Because it's the Zona)
9) Washington - Troy Williamson (Snyder being the good businessman realizes that speed will put butts in the seats)
10) Detroit - M. Spears (At this point one of the less likely to bust)

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March 30th, 2005, 12:05 pm
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1) San Fran - A. Rogers
2) Miami - A. Smith
3) Cleveland - B. Edwards
4) Chicago - R. Brown
5) Tampa - M. Williams
6) Tennessee - Pac Man
7) Minnesota - C. Williams
8) Arizona - DJ
9) Washington - Rolle
10) Detroit - Trade Down: Dallas Merriman


March 30th, 2005, 12:43 pm
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1. San Fran- A. Rogers
2. Miami- R. Brown
3. Cleveland- A. Smith
4. Chicago- C. Benson
5. Tampa Bay- M. Williams
6. Tennesse- A. Rolle
7. Minnesota- B. Edwards
8.Arizona- C. Williams
9. Kansas City- A. Jones(Skins get 15 and chiefs second)
10. Detroit- DJ (Thats probably biased, but I dont care)


March 30th, 2005, 2:47 pm
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1) San Fran. - Quarterback
2) Miami - R. Brown
3) Cleveland - DJ
4) Chicago - M. Williams
5) Tampa Bay - C. Williams
6) Tennessee - Pac Man
7) Minnesota - Edwards
8) Arizona - C. Benson
9) Washignton - Rolle
10) Deeetwa - Merriman


March 30th, 2005, 3:01 pm
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1. 49ers - rogers, qb
2. fins - caddy williams, rb
3. browns - smith, qb
4. da bears - brown, rb
5. bucs - johnson, lb
6. titans - mike williams, wr
7. vikes - edwards, wr
8. cards - benson, rb
9. redskins - rolle, cb
10. lions - merriman, de


March 30th, 2005, 3:51 pm
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1. San Francisco 49ers - Aaron Rodgers | QB | California

2. Miami Dolphins - Ronnie Brown | RB | Auburn

3. Cleveland Browns - Braylon Edwards | WR | Michigan

4. Chicago Bears - Mike Williams | WR | USC

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Carnell Williams | RB | Auburn

6. Tennessee Titans - Adam Jones | CB | West Virginia

7. Minnesota Vikings - Derrick Johnson | OLB | Texas

8. Arizona Cardinals - Cedric Benson | RB | Texas

9. Washington Redskins - Antrel Rolle | CB | Miami-Fla.

10. Detroit Lions - Shawne Merriman


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March 31st, 2005, 12:11 am
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1. San Francisco - Aaron Rodgers
2. Miami - Ronnie Brown
3. Cleveland - Alex Smith
4. Chicago - Braylon Edwards
5. Tampa Bay - Cedric Benson
6. Tennessee - Adam 'Pacman' Jones
7. Minnesota - Mike Williams
8. Arizona - Carnel Williams
9. Washington - Antrel Rolle
10. Detroit - Derrick Johnson

Okay so I tried to play it safe... except with Detroit's pick. I honestly don't think DJ is falling that far. That's just the wishful thinking.

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March 31st, 2005, 12:59 am
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1. San Francisco----------------QB Alex Smith
2. Minnesota (MIA)--------------WR Braylon Edwards
3. Cleveland---------------------WR Mike Williams
4. Chicago-----------------------RB Ronnie Brown
5. Tampa Bay--------------------RB Carnell Williams
6. Tennessee--------------------CB Antrel Rolle
7. Miami (MIN)-------------------QB Aaron Rogers
8. Arizona------------------------CB Carlos Rogers
9. Washington-------------------CB Adam Jones
10. Detroit------------------------LB Derrick Johnson

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March 31st, 2005, 2:21 pm
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What would we get for the KC trade? Their first rounder and 2nd?


March 31st, 2005, 3:29 pm
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conversion02 wrote:
What would we get for the KC trade? Their first rounder and 2nd?


Going per the draft value chart, we would trade our first and third rounder for KC's first, second and last fifth rounder (from Green Bay). The more and more I think about it, the more I feel KC won't make the move because they have too many needs and don't have a third round pick. But to get a DE like Merriman, it may happen.

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