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Reggie Brown is proposed to go in Rd 2, Rd 3 would be a slip.

Yorick, you have Jamaal Brown listed twice under probably gone and possible available.


April 16th, 2005, 3:30 pm
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Justin Tuck, DE (if I had to designate one that the Lions would pick, it would be this fine fellow)
Chris Spencer, C
Barrett Ruud, LB

I actually don't think that the Lions will draft any of these players, but I think they'll be there when they pick.

Here's a wrinkle: what if the Lions trade out of #41 (either higher up in #2, all the way into round 1, or down in the 2nd round )? Will the point of measurement be pick #41 or where the Lions end up drafting? :D


April 16th, 2005, 3:51 pm
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Yorick,
Do you realize you have multiple entries of players on different levels:

Jamaal Brown and Demarcus Ware are both listed twice, once in Probably Gone and once in Probably Available.

Anyways, my picks are:

Daryl Blackstock - 600 pts
Chris Spencer - 600 pts
Barret Ruud - 600 pts

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April 16th, 2005, 10:38 pm
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Thanks Mike. I'll clean that up. As for rules contingencies strawberries and chocolate, staff is working on it. :lol:


April 17th, 2005, 3:03 am
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conversion02 wrote:
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.


:arrow: Actually, the idea of Matt Jones as a #3 WR & #3 QB is very intriguing. Takes care of two needs with one pick. Thurman is a great talent, but he has issues. Hawthorne would be great next to "Big Baby". Your idea with Jones is definitely interesting.


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April 17th, 2005, 6:30 pm
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Available
Roddy White, WR, Alabama-Birmingham
33. Dan Cody, DE 6-4, 257 Oklahoma
Luis Castillo, DT 6-3, 305 Northwestern

Lions draft:
Alex Smith, TE 6-4, 255 Stanford

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April 22nd, 2005, 1:08 pm
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Strawberries&Chocolat wrote:
Justin Tuck, DE (if I had to designate one that the Lions would pick, it would be this fine fellow)
Chris Spencer, C
Barrett Ruud, LB

I actually don't think that the Lions will draft any of these players, but I think they'll be there when they pick.

Here's a wrinkle: what if the Lions trade out of #41 (either higher up in #2, all the way into round 1, or down in the 2nd round )? Will the point of measurement be pick #41 or where the Lions end up drafting? :D


I score 1200 points (darn you, Seattle, for selecting Chris Spencer!), but I think I should get extra points for recognizing the trade-up contingency. 8)


April 24th, 2005, 12:22 am
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Strawberries you look like the winner. I only casually glanced at the other entries. Does any one think they measure up to 1200?

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April 25th, 2005, 6:32 pm
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Yorick wrote:
Strawberries you look like the winner. I only casually glanced at the other entries. Does any one think they measure up to 1200?


I tied. I had Spencer, Blackstock and Ruud. Ruud went second round, Blackstock went third round.

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April 25th, 2005, 7:32 pm
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Yorick, it looks like m2karateman and I must share the "sliding to the 2nd round" crown. I will wear it proudly on my days: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and every other Sunday.

The interesting thing is that the maximum score that you could get was 1850. You'd have to pick Shaun Cody (worth 300 + 350 bonus) and two of either Justin Miller, Barrett Ruud, Justin Tuck, Khalif Barnes or Blaystock. If you chose three from that list you would score 1800.

I thought that I was safe picking a center to slide to the second. Has there even been a center drafted in the first round since Damien Woody (if you count him as a center)?


April 25th, 2005, 11:26 pm
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Ruud did slide to the second round, but the game was sliding to Detroit's pick. Ruud was picked before even Detroit's move up, right? Strawberries is champion!

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April 26th, 2005, 1:43 am
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Yorick wrote:
Ruud did slide to the second round, but the game was sliding to Detroit's pick. Ruud was picked before even Detroit's move up, right? Strawberries is champion!


After re-reading the initial post in the thread, you are correct.

Congrats S&C!

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m2karateman wrote:
Yorick wrote:
Ruud did slide to the second round, but the game was sliding to Detroit's pick. Ruud was picked before even Detroit's move up, right? Strawberries is champion!


After re-reading the initial post in the thread, you are correct.

Congrats S&C!


Hooray! Watch out Mel Kiper: here I come!

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