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 Sliding to Second Round Mock Draft Game 
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Post Sliding to Second Round Mock Draft Game
Every year, for various reasons, consensus first round picks slip into the second round. This depends on the archaelogy of talent strata, team needs, and various evalution standards. The object of this game is to predict who will be available when Detroit picks at #41. You nominate three players that will be available for Millne on draft day. If they are available at 41 you score their point total. Their value depends on their rating per NFL.com's Kirwan and the GBN.

Most Certainly Gone: 1000 pts
17.David Pollack, DE, Georgia
Troy Williamson, WR, South Carolina
Mark Clayton, WR, Oklahoma
20.Marcus Spears, DE, Louisiana State

Probably Gone: 600 pts.
21.Darryl Blackstock, OLB, Virginia
Justin Miller, CB, Clemson
DeMarcus Ware, DE, Troy State
Thomas Davis, S, Georgia
Justin Tuck, DE. Notre Dame
Chris Spencer, C, Mississippi
Fabian Washington, CB, Nebraska
Roddy White, WR, Alabama-Birmingham
Heath Miller, TE, Virginia
Khalif Barnes, OT, Washington
Jamaal Brown, OT, Oklahoma
32. Barrett Ruud, LB, Nebraska

Possibly Available, 300 pts.
33. Dan Cody, DE 6-4, 257 Oklahoma
Shaun Cody, DT 6-4, 293 Southern California
Matt Roth, DE 6-4, 278 Iowa
Marlin Jackson, CB 6-1, 200 Michigan (O)
Channing Crowder, LB 6-2, 252 Florida (X)
Reggie Brown, WR 6-2, 195 Georgia
Luis Castillo, DT 6-3, 305 Northwestern
40.David Baas, C 6-4, 320 Michigan (OG)


Figure to be available at the Lions Spot, 150 pts.
41. Jason Campbell, QB 6-5, 228 Auburn
Corey Webster, CB 6-0, 200 LSU
iatrick Fason, RB 6-1, 207 Florida
Mike Patterson. DT 6-0, 290 Southern California
Elton Brown, OG 6-6, 330 Virginia (X)
Matt Jones, WR 6-6, 242 Arkansas (QB)
Odell Thurman,LB 6-0, 233 Georgia
Brodney Pool, S 6-1, 207 Oklahoma
Atiyyah Ellison,DT 6-4, 305 Missouri
Marcus Johnson, OG 6-6, 315 Mississippi (OT)
Alex Smith, TE 6-4, 255 Stanford
Charlie Frye, QB 6-4, 225 Akron
Kevin Burnett, LB 6-3, 240 Tennessee (X)
Anttaj Hawthorne, DT 6-3, 320 Wisconsin
Ernest Shazor, SS 6-4, 228 Michigan (LB)

Again, only the latest ballot submitted before the opening pick of the first round will be valid.


Edited to remove duplications. Later reference removed.


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March 30th, 2005, 3:15 am
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I would love Brodney Pool here, him and Terrance Holt battling it out would be ideal then we can go ahead and cut Marion next off season...

I say the lions choose Brodney Pool with the 41st selection...

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March 30th, 2005, 11:30 am
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Matt Jones as a #3 wideout...or #3 QB...or both!

Anttaj Hawthorne is a BEAST and we be an awesome addition to the DL.

Alex Smith would be a good pick, but you've gotta imagine that when we pick next year (hopefully 32, but probably around 22), a solid TE will be available. Smith would be a good pick here though.

Odell Thurman would be an awesome addition at #42.

Depends on what we do in the first. If we go O in the first, I say draft a DT, DE if a solid one slips, or Shazor/Poole. If we go D in the first, I say draft an OT in the 2nd or a WR is a solid one slips.


March 30th, 2005, 11:40 am
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Those are not valid submissions! :lol:

One other essential rule: 350 bonus points if you designate the Lions actual pick. :idea:


March 30th, 2005, 12:45 pm
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Oh, I was just throwing in my 2 cents on people I liked. Anyway, I'd go...

Brodney Poole (if he's still there, someone screwed up)
Odell Thurman
Anttaj Hawthorne
Matt Jones (Poole's likely to be gone)


March 30th, 2005, 1:53 pm
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Available:
Matt Roth, DE 6-4, 278 Iowa *Lions Pick This Guy!
Jammal Brown, OT 6-5, 315 Oklahoma
Reggie Brown, WR 6-2, 195 Georgia

1250 pts maximum


March 30th, 2005, 2:03 pm
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Roth would be a steal in round 2...even though we could desperately use Brown (as long as we didn't get Barron in the first).


March 30th, 2005, 2:05 pm
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available:
DeMarcus Ware, DE, Troy State
Justin Tuck, DE. Notre Dame
Matt Roth, DE 6-4, 278 Iowa(I agree that we take Roth, Yorick


March 30th, 2005, 2:36 pm
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I'm partial to Roth because I've seen him play for so long (being that the Iowa - Iowa State game is a huge rivalry). Tuck and Ware are both good, but Ware is the better of the two.


March 30th, 2005, 3:19 pm
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#1 Adam Terry OT

#2 Matt Roth DE

#3 Odell Thurman ILB


Alex Smith is also a possibility, any of these players would be a great pick.


March 30th, 2005, 8:21 pm
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1. Demarcus Ware 600
2. Barret Rudd 600
3. Roddy White 600

possible 1800 pts... don't think the Lions will draft any of these three so no bonus 350 for me.

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March 31st, 2005, 1:07 am
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Ruud is a good MLB, I wouldn't mind taking him - Holmes won't be here for much longer. Only downfall is that Ruud isn't very agile and could get burned.


March 31st, 2005, 8:29 am
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Post Top three 2nd round selections
Once again I believe that the o/d lines are the key to winning football games. So I submit the following nominations for the LIONS second round pick in the order of my preference.

1. David Baas OG/C

2. Adam Terry OT

3. DeMarcus Ware DE

I would be pleased with any of these picks.


March 31st, 2005, 11:03 pm
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If you are interested in playing the game, not that you have to be-and there is no prize, it is probably a good idea to designate your picked by the Lions candidate since there is no penalty for missing. :D


March 31st, 2005, 11:06 pm
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Marlin Jackson, CB 6-1, 200 Michigan
Reggie Brown, WR 6-2, 195 Georgia
David Baas, C 6-4, 320 Michigan (OG)


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