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moe's NFL 2002 Mock Draft

Discussion in 'Houston Texans' started by moestavern19, Apr 18, 2002.

  1. moestavern19

    moestavern19 Member

    Dec 8, 1999
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    1.) Houston - QB David Carr
    Going the Cleveland route of drafting the Franchise QB, Won't pay off without some sort of O-Line

    2.) Carolina - DE Julius Peppers
    I don't see how Peppers gets passed on by Carolina. He is the best athlete.

    3.) Detriot - CB Quentin Jammer
    His stock is rising, the best CB in the draft by far.

    4.) Buffalo Bills - OT Bryant McKinnie
    Suprising pick over Mike Williams of Texas, If Buffalo gets Bledsoe, they need to protect him.

    5.) San Diego Chargers - OT Mike Williams
    Now Considered the Best OT in the draft, Williams is what the Chagers lack the most.

    6.) Dallas Cowboys - WR Donte Stallworth, they passed on Randy Moss with a high pick in 1998, They need a WR who can stay healthy so this is a risky pick. That and because they have really bolstered their Defense via FA.

    7.) Minnesota Vikings - S Roy Williams
    Normally Safties don't go Top 10 but Williams is that good.
    The Vikes Won't take a chance on a another busted CB this early.

    8.) Kansas City Chiefs - DT Albert Haynesworth
    Good pick for KC as the signing of Johnie Morton puts WR and return of Slyvestor Morris puts WR needs on hold.

    9.) Jacksonville Jaguars - QB Joey Harrington
    Suprise pick of the draft, Mark Brunell isnt 25 anymore.

    10.) Cincinatti Bengals - CB Phillip Buchanon
    They would have liked Harrington or Williams but will settle for the CB prospect.

    11.) Indianapolis - DT Ryan Sims (steal)
    12.) Arizona Cardinals - DT John Henderson
    13.) New Orleans Saints - DE Charles Grant
    14.) Tennessee Titans - OT Levi Jones
    15.) New York Giants - LB Napoleon Harris
    16.) Cleveland Browns - RB Clinton Postis
    17.) Atlanta Falcons - WR Ashlie Lelie
    18.) Washington Redskins - WR Jabar Gaffney
    19.) Denver Broncos - DT Wendell Bryant
    20.) Seattle Seahawks - S Edward Reed
    21.) Oakland Raiders - DE Kalimba Edwards
    22.) New York Jets - S Edward Reed
    23.) Oakland Raiders - WR Josh Reed
    24.) Baltimore Ravens - RB William Green
    25.) New Orleans Saints - OG Toniu Fonoti (steal)
    26.) Philidelphia Eagles - RB TJ Duckett
    27.) San Francisco 49ers - CB Lito Sheppard
    28.) Green Bay Packers - WR Javon Walker
    29.) Chicago Bears - TE Jeremy Shockey (Steal)
    30.) Pittsburgh Steelers - TE Daniel Graham
    31.) St. Louis Rams - DE Dwight Freeney
    32.) New England Patriots - OG Kendall Simmons
  2. gr8-1

    gr8-1 Contributing Member

    Oct 5, 1999
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    I've been hearing that Green will be the first RB taken and may be the oly RB taken in round one. Also, I think Williams will go ahead of McKinnie.
  3. TexasG

    TexasG Member

    Apr 4, 2001
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    Stallworth does not really fit the type of WR Dallas is looking for. He's 6'1" but is more of a speed guy. Dallas already has two of those. My bet is that Dallas takes Roy Williams at #6, and takes WR Marquise Walker in the second.
  4. kidrock8

    kidrock8 Member

    Oct 17, 2000
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    Dallas MIGHT be able to land Jake Reed in the 2nd round. If they are able to land Roy Williams and Jake Reed with the first 2 picks, IMO the best WR and best overall defensively player in the nation respectively, the Jerry for once did a good job.

    If Duckett falls to the 2nd round, it would be tough for the Cowboys to choose b/t Duckett or Reed.

    Hopefully, the Texans will be in that position.

    The Cowboys might be tempted to take Antonio Bryant, a more realistic possibilty, at #6 in the 2nd round.
  5. Stevierebel

    Stevierebel Contributing Member

    Jan 17, 2001
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    I don't think Shockey is falling past the Giants. If he does, it won't be that far. Many of the teams near the Giants also want him.

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