*All-time NFL Draft*

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KariyaIsGod*
05-31-2004, 12:58 PM
This is the actual draft thread, let's get it movin'. 24 hours then your pick is skipped, remember that. Any trades can be posted in here or PMed to me.

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - SKIPPED
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - ON THE CLOCK
5- Baltimore Ravens -
6- Cincinnati Bengals
7- New England Patriots
8- Pittsburgh Steelers
9- The STEINBRENNERs
10- Miami Dolphins
11- New York Jets
12- Minnesota Vikings

I'll add the other rounds ASAP, I wanted to get this goin' though.

TVanek26*
05-31-2004, 04:34 PM
One question,is this a "snake draft"?

KariyaIsGod*
05-31-2004, 06:27 PM
Yeah, that's the only fair way to do it.

TVanek26*
06-01-2004, 03:17 PM
I think it's been 24 hours....so I'll take Red Grange, all around super star of the Chicago Bears.

KariyaIsGod*
06-01-2004, 03:55 PM
Yup, good move Dan. I was actually about to skip him but you did it for me anyways.

As my 3rd overall chocie, I'll take Joe Montana, the best QB ever to play the game.

John Flyers Fan
06-01-2004, 08:28 PM
Anyone looking to trade up into this spot in the draft.

I'd like to move down a bit in the first round and up in the second.

My first and 2nd for your first and second.

PM me if interested.

David A. Rainer
06-01-2004, 09:11 PM
This thread won't be stickied. We have about 100 different mock draft threads in this forum and I am not going to start stickying them. You guys will just have to make sure you remember about this thread.

Unholy Diver
06-01-2004, 09:57 PM
hey Kariya,

can you post the posters name by the team name so we can know who we are supposed to pm for their picks or for trades?

it would be easier than going back to the old thread

Dr Love
06-01-2004, 11:12 PM
Bah, missing picks seems to be my forte. Of no matter, no one I wanted was taken. Houston selects FB Jim Brown.

John Flyers Fan
06-02-2004, 08:34 AM
The Oakland Raiders are proud to select their long time arch-rival John Elway.

Unholy Diver
06-02-2004, 12:56 PM
The Baltimore Ravens select WR Jerry Rice

the Bengals are on the clock as of 1255pm

JDB3939
06-02-2004, 02:05 PM
Bah, missing picks seems to be my forte. Of no matter, no one I wanted was taken. Houston selects FB Jim Brown.

Good pick. I was about to say, no one taking Jim Brown, are these people insane?

TVanek26*
06-02-2004, 04:41 PM
Good pick. I was about to say, no one taking Jim Brown, are these people insane?



I actually PM'ed Kariya putting Jim Brown number 1 on my list if I couldn't make the pick,but Red Grange was the most complete player ever in the NFL...impossible to pass up.

John Flyers Fan
06-02-2004, 11:50 PM
After you make a selection be sure to PM the next person up in line.

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-03-2004, 10:59 PM
ROUND 1

1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2

13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell, OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis, MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith, HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris, FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater, OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson, S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss, WR
48- Houston Oilers - Fred Biletnikoff, WR

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - Sam Huff, MLB
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page, DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp, DT
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount, CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary, LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown, OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green, CB
57- Washington Redskins - Willie Lanier, LB
58- Miami Dolphins - Ted Hendricks, LB
59- New York Jets - Herb Adderley, CB
60- Minnesota Vikings - Jack Ham, OLB

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB
67- Cincinnati Bengals - William "Refrigerator" Perry, DT
68.- Baltimore Ravens - Kellen Winslow Sr. TE
69- Oakland Raiders - Howie Long DT/DE
70 - San Francisco - Ozzie Newsome TE
71- Los Angeles Rams- Willie Brown CB
72- Houston Oilers - Derrick Thomas, OLB

Round 7

72- Houston Oilers- Mike Haynes, CB
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley, FB
74- San Francisco -Jack Christiansen, FS
75- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood, DE
76- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent, DE
77- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston, S
78- New England Patriots - Art Monk, WR
79- Pittsburgh Steelers - Bronko Nagurski, FB
80- Washington Redskins - Bobby Bell LB
81- Miami Dolphins - Larry Csonka, FB
82- New York Jets - Buck Buchanan, DT
83- Minnesota Vikings - Willie Davis, DE

Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S
87- Washington Redskins - Lee Roy Selmon DE
88- Pittsburgh Steelers - Emlen Tunnell S
89- New England Patriots - Lou Groza, OT
90- Cincinnati Bengals - Steve Largent, WR
91- Baltimore Ravens - Kent Hull C
92- Oakland Raiders - Mike Ditka, TE
93- San Francisco 49ers - Larry Little, G
94- Los Angeles Rams- Elroy Hirsch, WR
95- Houston Oilers - Cris Carter, WR

Round 9
96- Houston Oilers - Jack Tatum, SS
97- Los Angeles Rams - Dwight Stephenson, C
98- San Francisco 49ers - Tim Brown, WR
99- Oakland Raiders - Derrick Brooks, OLB
100- Baltimore Ravens - Lynn Swann - WR
101- Cincinnati Bengals - Tony Gonzalez, TE
102- New England Patriots - Michael Strahan, DE
103- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mel Renfro, CB
104- Washington Redskins - Bruce Matthews, C/G
105- Miami Dolphins - Jerry Kramer, G

Tuggy
06-04-2004, 06:09 AM
With their first pick in the draft the New England Patriots are proud to select.....Walter Payton

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-04-2004, 07:25 PM
The Pittsburgh Steelers select LB Lawrence Taylor.

BrooklynCanuck
06-04-2004, 11:11 PM
The Pittsburgh Steelers select LB Lawrence Taylor.

The Cincinnati Bengals Select:

Jim Brown RB Syracuse.

Sorry for the delay. I've been out of town for a few days unexpectedly.

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-04-2004, 11:19 PM
The Cincinnati Bengals Select:

Jim Brown RB Syracuse.

Sorry for the delay. I've been out of town for a few days unexpectedly.

Try again. Jim Brown was the first player taken.

TVanek26*
06-04-2004, 11:43 PM
Try again. Jim Brown was the first player taken.

Technically 2nd :)

Gibsons Finest
06-05-2004, 12:41 AM
Technically 3rd overall.

BTW, if anyone wants to drop a team, I'll take it from them. I don't know too much about football, but I think I'd know enough.

Ronnie Bass
06-05-2004, 10:49 PM
Miami Dolphins select Johnny Unitas, QB.

Gibsons Finest
06-05-2004, 11:49 PM
Miami Dolphins select Johnny Unitas, QB.

I'd say that's the steal of the draft. IMO he's the best QB ever.

TVanek26*
06-06-2004, 12:18 AM
I'd say that's the steal of the draft. IMO he's the best QB ever.


A QB can't win it by himself.....defense wins championship....now when you get the best defensive and offensive player way back in Red Grange, now that's a steal,even if you get him with the first pick :D

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-06-2004, 01:05 AM
Anyone else think the number of players being drafted (30 rounds)is way too much?

Kariya referred to the soccer draft as having atleast 30 rounds when it only had 11.

Should be:

QB
RB
WR
TE
OT
OG
C

DE
DT
ILB
OLB
CB
S

K

Extra

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-06-2004, 01:09 AM
Red Grange is the worst pick of the first round so far.

I haven't seen him break #47 on any all-time list in my research.

A great running back and defensive end none the less, but you probably could have had him with your 20th pick.

Takkie
06-06-2004, 07:40 AM
ugh, John Elway? i can tell JFF isnt a Raiders fan, i'd kill myself before Picking Elway on any team called the Oakland Raiders. i'd rather have had Taylor(Best Linebacker ever) or Rice(Best WR ever) or Payton.
than Horse face who might be the #5 best QB in the history of the game.

TVanek26*
06-06-2004, 10:10 AM
Red Grange is the worst pick of the first round so far.

I haven't seen him break #47 on any all-time list in my research.

A great running back and defensive end none the less, but you probably could have had him with your 20th pick.



Red Grange was the best player of his era....received the first ever 6 digit contract.

ObeySteve
06-06-2004, 10:33 AM
....What is wrong with you people?

*Awaits who should have been the #1 pick*

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-06-2004, 12:12 PM
Red Grange was the best player of his era....received the first ever 6 digit contract.

He was a superstar in the 20's, and if this were a pre-war draft, picking him at #2 would be justified. But not in an all-time draft.

in the hall
06-06-2004, 01:51 PM
this is ridiculous update the first post would you

i was going to select someone but he was just picked and i agree Johnny U is the steal of the draft, could not believe he fell past the top 5

back to the drawing board....

in the hall
06-06-2004, 02:08 PM
here are all that have been selected in order of their selection:
Jim Brown, HB
Red Grange, HB
Joe Montana, QB
John Elway, QB
Jerry Rice, WR
Walter Payton, HB
Lawrence Taylor, LB
Johnny Unitus, QB
Dick Butkus, LB




the New York Jets select Dick Butkus, one of the most dominating defensive players ever and a key component for any championship team, an advantage because there are arguably only two ever as dominating on this end

Dr Love
06-06-2004, 02:10 PM
Red Grange is the worst pick of the first round so far.

I haven't seen him break #47 on any all-time list in my research.

A great running back and defensive end none the less, but you probably could have had him with your 20th pick.

Red Grange was the first football superstar. People came out in massive droves to see him play, and he alone (well, with George Halas at the helm) laid a foundation for football as a viable professional sport. He is the King Kelly of football, minus the boozing, ******, and giant mustache. Selecting him in the 20th round, not the 1st round, would be a travesty.

ObeySteve
06-06-2004, 02:13 PM
Red Grange was the first football superstar. People came out in massive droves to see him play, and he alone (well, with George Halas at the helm) laid a foundation for football as a viable professional sport. He is the King Kelly of football, minus the boozing, ******, and giant mustache. Selecting him in the 20th round, not the 1st round, would be a travesty.

Regardless, he was a superstar because football was in its early development. He wouldn't even be in the NFL in his prime if he had been born 70 years later.

Dr Love
06-06-2004, 02:18 PM
Regardless, he was a superstar because football was in its early development. He wouldn't even be in the NFL in his prime if he had been born 70 years later.

Based on what? Great players are great players, greatness knows no boundries. Just because someone played 80 years ago does not mean they would not be able to play today. Red Grange played football in the years Babe Ruth played baseball, and no one says that Ruth wouldn't be playing today if he were born 70 years later.

TVanek26*
06-06-2004, 03:02 PM
Regardless, he was a superstar because football was in its early development. He wouldn't even be in the NFL in his prime if he had been born 70 years later.


The whole league wouldn't have either....players change with all the training they do know.Red Grange was the most dominating player of all-time and I would love to see a publication that didn't have him in the top 5.....He got paid 300,000 one year which now a days would easily make him the highest paid player.

Gibsons Finest
06-06-2004, 03:23 PM
A QB can't win it by himself.....defense wins championship....now when you get the best defensive and offensive player way back in Red Grange, now that's a steal,even if you get him with the first pick :D

All I said was that Johnny U was the best QB ever. And he arguably was(SI agrees with me :banana: ). He was also the toughest man I've ever read about. RIP Johnny U.

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-06-2004, 06:38 PM
The whole league wouldn't have either....players change with all the training they do know.Red Grange was the most dominating player of all-time and I would love to see a publication that didn't have him in the top 5.....He got paid 300,000 one year which now a days would easily make him the highest paid player.

I've seen many publications that didn't have him in the top 5 let alone the top 50. You show me one that has him in the top 5 cause I can't find one anywhere.

Sporting news' top 100 players of all-time has him at #80.

John Clayton of ESPN, Jarrett Bell of USA Today, Vic Carucci of the house team, NFL.com, and Paul Zimmerman of Sports Illustrated did an all-time draft, and Red Grange wasn't even picked out of the 48 players taken.

Ronnie Bass
06-06-2004, 06:56 PM
Who's got the Minnesota Vikings? :dunno:

They are on the clock.

TVanek26*
06-06-2004, 07:16 PM
I've seen many publications that didn't have him in the top 5 let alone the top 50. You show me one that has him in the top 5 cause I can't find one anywhere.

Sporting news' top 100 players of all-time has him at #80.

John Clayton of ESPN, Jarrett Bell of USA Today, Vic Carucci of the house team, NFL.com, and Paul Zimmerman of Sports Illustrated did an all-time draft, and Red Grange wasn't even picked out of the 48 players taken.


Not my fault they are dumb.Not only was Red Grange a great player, he made the Bears owner very rich.This guy was the first ever "franchise" player.

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-06-2004, 07:39 PM
Ya, guys that do nothing but cover football and it's history for a living are dumb and don't know what they're talking about. :shakehead

Show me a pubication/article by someone that shares your genius football mind that has Red Grange ranked as a top 5 player.

John Flyers Fan
06-06-2004, 08:24 PM
ugh, John Elway? i can tell JFF isnt a Raiders fan, i'd kill myself before Picking Elway on any team called the Oakland Raiders. i'd rather have had Taylor(Best Linebacker ever) or Rice(Best WR ever) or Payton.
than Horse face who might be the #5 best QB in the history of the game.

Have to pick th ebest team possible, reagrdless if their Broncos, Cheifs, Chargers etc.

IMO there are plenty of good RB's, so I'd never take a RB first. QB is far more important than WR.

LT was certainly a thought, but in the end I'll stick with Elway, who IMO was slightly better than Montana.

TVanek26*
06-06-2004, 09:04 PM
Ya, guys that do nothing but cover football and it's history for a living are dumb and don't know what they're talking about. :shakehead

Show me a pubication/article by someone that shares your genius football mind that has Red Grange ranked as a top 5 player.

http://www.collegefootballnews.com/Top_100_Players/Top_100_Players_1_Red_Grange.htm

http://espn.go.com/sportscentury/features/00014213.html

http://www.whitehouse.gov/kids/dreamteam/redgrange.html

http://www.collegefootball.org/sideredjersey.php


Not only the best player of his time and arguably ever he was probably the most popular and definitely most profitable of all-time.

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-06-2004, 09:39 PM
http://www.collegefootballnews.com/Top_100_Players/Top_100_Players_1_Red_Grange.htm

http://espn.go.com/sportscentury/features/00014213.html

http://www.whitehouse.gov/kids/dreamteam/redgrange.html

http://www.collegefootball.org/sideredjersey.php


Not only the best player of his time and arguably ever he was probably the most popular and definitely most profitable of all-time.

Those links don't prove a thing other than he was a great player, which I stated in my first post.

The first link has him ranked #1, but that's a 100 greatest college football players of all-time, I figured this was an all-time NFL draft though, but maybe I'm wrong.

The other links are just profiles and show how great he was in college.

If you do your draft according to that ranking, you'll have picked Herschell Walker, Deion Sanders, Ron Dayne, and Tommy Nobis in the first round before Joe Montana, Jim Brown, Walter Payton, and John Elway.

BrooklynCanuck
06-07-2004, 12:44 AM
Bengals Select:

Barry Sanders RB Oklahoma State

Sorry about the confusion.

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-07-2004, 12:33 PM
Who's got the Minnesota Vikings? :dunno:

They are on the clock.

I guess only KariyaisGod knows who has the Vikings since it doesn't show it anywhere in the other thread, and since KariyaisGod hasn't been on in 5 days, I guess we won't now.

I say we give it to ducksflytogether since he wants a team and seems to be pretty reliable.

ObeySteve
06-07-2004, 02:10 PM
If ducksflytogether doesn't want to take over the team, and the guy who originally signed up is no where to be found, I'll take over the Vikings.

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-07-2004, 10:37 PM
If ducksflytogether doesn't want to take over the team, and the guy who originally signed up is no where to be found, I'll take over the Vikings.

I pm'd ducksflytogether and he doesn't want the team now. So you can take them if you want. You have the next two picks as the Vikings.

ObeySteve
06-07-2004, 11:55 PM
With the 12th and 13th overall picks in the draft, the Minnesota Vikings select Dan Marino and "Mean" Joe Greene.

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- The STEINBRENNERs -
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT

in the hall
06-08-2004, 03:08 AM
damn you obeysteve, I shoulda taken Marino :banghead: :cry:

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- The STEINBRENNERs -
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR

probably the second best WR of all time, his numbers during his time dwarf Jerry Rice's to now

Ronnie Bass
06-08-2004, 12:39 PM
WIth their second round pick the Miami Dolphins are honored to select Deacon Jones, DE.

The ultimate headslapper! :yo:

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- The STEINBRENNERs -
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE

Ronnie Bass
06-08-2004, 10:27 PM
I PM Son of Steinbrenner and said he's out, if nobody minds my brother Joe1-Lou2 will take over his place and will be the Washington Redskins. Any objections please let me know. He will be making his 1st round pick that is still there and the next pick which is his. So that's two picks overall. Thanks.

And by the way where in the hell is our commish Kariya??? :dunno:

Taylor21
06-08-2004, 10:43 PM
Washington Redskins proudly pick the greatest Redskin of them all:
Sammy Baugh QB, DB, & P

and to protect him
Anthony Munoz

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-09-2004, 05:50 AM
The Pittsburgh Steelers select the "Minister of Defense" DE Reggie White.

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-09-2004, 06:26 AM
ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE

John Flyers Fan
06-09-2004, 11:47 AM
and to protect him
Anthony Munoz



Great pick. I thought he'd slip through and I could grab with my late 2nd or early 3rd.

Tuggy
06-09-2004, 01:19 PM
The New England Patriots, with their 2nd pick, are proud to select:

Bob Lilly DT

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT

ObeySteve
06-09-2004, 01:41 PM
Nice to see I was right in making the judgment that the 2nd round would be the round where all the good defensive linemen would be grabbed.

in the hall
06-09-2004, 03:58 PM
what do people think of the Don Hutson pick?

people werent too friendly about Grange so i wasn't sure how he would measure up.... comments please

John Flyers Fan
06-09-2004, 04:05 PM
what do people think of the Don Hutson pick?

people werent too friendly about Grange so i wasn't sure how he would measure up.... comments please

A bit early to be taking WR's IMO, as they aren't as important as other positions, but Hutson is certainly one of the best WR's of all-time.

BrooklynCanuck
06-09-2004, 07:40 PM
The Cincinnati Bengals are proud to select:

Ray Nitschke LB

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB

Ronnie Bass
06-09-2004, 08:45 PM
what do people think of the Don Hutson pick?

people werent too friendly about Grange so i wasn't sure how he would measure up.... comments please
I don't where he should have been selected but there is no doubt that after Rice he would have to be the next WR to go. It's a good pick.

Ronnie Bass
06-09-2004, 09:09 PM
A bit early to be taking WR's IMO, as they aren't as important as other positions, but Hutson is certainly one of the best WR's of all-time.
But wouldn't use say Rice would be the exception John? I always thought he was maybe one of the top ten if not top five players of all-time.

John Flyers Fan
06-09-2004, 11:00 PM
But wouldn't use say Rice would be the exception John? I always thought he was maybe one of the top ten if not top five players of all-time.

I wouldn't draft Rice that high either. Yes, he's the best WR to ever play the game, but WR is one of the least important positionsof the field IMO.

The QB is such the focal point in football.
Then you need players to go chase the QB, and also players to protect your QB.

Unholy Diver
06-09-2004, 11:07 PM
The Baltimore Ravens select Tackle Art Shell

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT

ObeySteve
06-09-2004, 11:08 PM
I think Rice could be justified being picked in the top 3 overall. He made both Niners quarterbacks what they were, shattered records and reached so many unbelievable feats.

Only guy I'd personally pick over him is Jim Brown, and maybe Montana.

John Flyers Fan
06-09-2004, 11:18 PM
The Oakland Raiders are proud to select someone born to wear the Silver & Black - Ray Lewis

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB

John Flyers Fan
06-09-2004, 11:20 PM
I think Rice could be justified being picked in the top 3 overall. He made both Niners quarterbacks what they were, shattered records and reached so many unbelievable feats.

Only guy I'd personally pick over him is Jim Brown, and maybe Montana.

Joe Montana was great long before Rice showed up.

BTW - Marvin Harrison is on pace to break Rice's records.

in the hall
06-10-2004, 02:16 AM
The Oakland Raiders are proud to select someone born to wear the Silver & Black - Ray Lewis

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLBSOB! :cry:

John Flyers Fan
06-11-2004, 12:56 PM
It's been more than 24 hours ... The 49ers have been skipped.

The LA Rams are now on the clock.

TVanek26*
06-11-2004, 09:01 PM
I'll take all-time sack leader Bruce Smith.

Dr Love
06-11-2004, 11:04 PM
Houston takes the real leader of the Bill Walsh era 49ers: DB Ronnie Lott.

Not taking anything away from Montana, but it was Lott--not Montana--who was the leader of those teams.

in the hall
06-11-2004, 11:06 PM
can you guys follow the order to make easier

Ronnie Bass
06-11-2004, 11:14 PM
can you guys follow the order to make easier
Do you mean post the order after picking? Because I think were going in order.

Dr Love
06-11-2004, 11:17 PM
The day is mine! I remembered I have back to back picks. Well I need a QB, so Otto Graham it is. Ten straight title games, 'nuff said.

Ronnie Bass
06-11-2004, 11:20 PM
The day is mine! I remembered I have back to back picks. Well I need a QB, so Otto Graham it is. Ten straight title games, 'nuff said.
Nice. Underrated too.

TVanek26*
06-12-2004, 09:34 AM
Hmmm,QB's are getting thin so I'll take Roger "The Dodger" Staubach

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-12-2004, 09:43 AM
Does anyone else want to take over the 49ers team?

Kariya hasn't made his last pick yet and he's up again, and he hasn't responded to pm's about the draft even though he's been around.

in the hall
06-12-2004, 10:33 AM
Do you mean post the order after picking? Because I think were going in order.
yes, that's what i mean

John Flyers Fan
06-13-2004, 11:41 AM
The Oakland Raiders sticking with Al Davis' philosophies built on speed and his love of great conerbacks select

Deion Sanders a premiere shut-down corner and punt returner extrordinaire.


ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco - skipped
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Rodger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - skipped
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR

Unholy Diver
06-13-2004, 01:42 PM
the Baltimore Ravens select HB Jim Thorpe


ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco - skipped
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Rodger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - skipped
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29. Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe - HB

BrooklynCanuck
06-13-2004, 03:14 PM
The Cincinnati Bengals select:
Randy White, DT

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco - skipped
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Rodger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - skipped
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29. Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe - HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT

Tuggy
06-13-2004, 03:41 PM
With our 3rd pick the New England Patriots are proud to select:

Steve Young, QB

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco - skipped
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Rodger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - skipped
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29. Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe - HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, D
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-13-2004, 06:37 PM
The Pittsburgh Steelers select C Mike Webster.

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco - skipped
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Rodger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - skipped
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29. Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe - HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, D
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32-Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C

Ronnie Bass
06-13-2004, 10:09 PM
Washington Redskins proudly take John Hannah

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco - skipped
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Rodger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - skipped
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29. Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe - HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, D
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32-Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33-Washington Redskins - John Hannah OT

Taylor21
06-13-2004, 10:12 PM
My brother was logged in my computer w/out me realizing it. I am the one who picked to avoid any confusion

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-14-2004, 05:51 PM
Everyone's ok with just 16 rounds right?

The positions to be picked would be:

QB
RB
WR
WR
TE
OT
OG
C

DE
DT
ILB
OLB
CB
S
K

Extra

ObeySteve
06-14-2004, 05:56 PM
Well, a MLB has already been drafted, but I guess we can just draft MLBs and shift them to one of the other two linebacker positions.

John Flyers Fan
06-14-2004, 06:25 PM
Everyone's ok with just 16 rounds right?

The positions to be picked would be:

QB
RB
WR
WR
TE
OT
OG
C

DE
DT
ILB
OLB
CB
S
K

Extra

I'd vote for 24 rounds, but whatever the consensus is if fine with me:

QB
RB
RB
WR
WR
TE
OT
OT
OG
OG
C

CB
CB
FS
SS
front 7 (either a 3-4 or a 4-3)

K
P

TVanek26*
06-14-2004, 06:46 PM
I'd vote for 24 rounds, but whatever the consensus is if fine with me:

QB
RB
RB
WR
WR
TE
OT
OT
OG
OG
C

CB
CB
FS
SS
front 7 (either a 3-4 or a 4-3)

K
P


I agree with this,a full team looks better then half a team.

Taylor21
06-14-2004, 08:04 PM
I vote for a full team since I already assumed that was the case and drafted my two offensive tackles.

Tuggy
06-14-2004, 09:55 PM
I'm all for a full team

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-14-2004, 10:42 PM
A full team sounds good. This should keep us busy until the season actually starts then.

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-14-2004, 10:43 PM
I vote for a full team since I already assumed that was the case and drafted my two offensive tackles.

Tell your brother he has a pick to make and his 24 hours expired, so he better hurry.

ObeySteve
06-14-2004, 11:10 PM
I'd vote for 24 rounds, but whatever the consensus is if fine with me:

QB
RB
RB

To be more specific, it should be one halfback and one fullback....otherwise people will try drafting two HBs.

in the hall
06-14-2004, 11:54 PM
New York Jets are proud to select Gino Marchetti, DE, he provides a dominant force on the line, giving the Jets possibly the two of the most dominating defensive players at their respective position.

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco - skipped
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Rodger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - skipped
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29. Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe - HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, D
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32-Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33-Washington Redskins - John Hannah OT
34-Miami Dolphins - skipped
35-New York Jets - Gino Marchetti DE

John Flyers Fan
06-15-2004, 07:14 AM
To be more specific, it should be one halfback and one fullback....otherwise people will try drafting two HBs.

True, or you could opt to go with a one back set, and two TE's or even 3 WR.

Ronnie Bass
06-15-2004, 08:28 AM
Miami Dolphins proudly select Gale Sayers who would have been the greatest RB if injuries did not end his career.

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco - skipped
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Rodger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - skipped
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29. Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe - HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, D
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32-Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33-Washington Redskins - John Hannah OT
34-Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers RB
35-New York Jets - Gino Marchetti DE

ObeySteve
06-15-2004, 12:30 PM
The Minnesota Vikings select the shutdown corner that was once Lombardi's pride and joy in Night Train Lane, as well as the controversial but amazingly skilled back O.J. Simpson.

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- skipped
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - skipped
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB

Ronnie Bass
06-15-2004, 01:23 PM
The Minnesota Vikings select the shutdown corner that was once Lombardi's pride and joy in Night Train Lane, as well as the controversial but amazingly skilled back O.J. Simpson.

Great pick Night Train was, I was hoping to grab him in my next two picks.

:banghead: Damn.

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-15-2004, 10:27 PM
s3por2d pm'd me and asked if he could take over the 49ers.

Since kariya has disappeared and he's the first to ask, he can have the team.

So he can make his last missed picks whenever he wants.

Tuggy
06-15-2004, 10:53 PM
s3por2d pm'd me and asked if he could take over the 49ers.

Since kariya has disappeared and he's the first to ask, he can have the team.

So he can make his last missed picks whenever he wants.

It's kind of funny that the starter of this draft has fallen off the face of the earth but it would be cool to have someone take his spot.

in the hall
06-16-2004, 12:45 AM
seriously obysteve what's the deal!!!!

you suggested Marino to me which i intended on drafting him in the second round only to have you join the league just in time to steal him from me :cry:

now you draft not only OJ but LANE TOO!!!! THIS IS AFTER THE FINS STOLE SAYERS FROM ME :cry:

Ar-too
06-16-2004, 02:41 AM
It bugs the crap out of me to do this, but with the 22nd pick overall, the 49ers select Emmitt Smith. With the 27th pick, the 49ers select Orlando Pace.

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB

in the hall
06-16-2004, 04:10 AM
NY Jets proudly select Jim Parker, one of the best offensive linemen to play the game, able to play both tackle and gaurd, he provides options to us as well as a player to build our line around


ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT

Ronnie Bass
06-16-2004, 10:11 AM
The Miami Dolphins proudly select player-coach Forrest Gregg.

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT

Taylor21
06-16-2004, 10:16 AM
Washington Redskins are amazed that their fourth pick is still on the board. So we select DT Merlin Olsen.

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT

ObeySteve
06-16-2004, 11:13 AM
seriously obysteve what's the deal!!!!

you suggested Marino to me which i intended on drafting him in the second round only to have you join the league just in time to steal him from me :cry:

now you draft not only OJ but LANE TOO!!!! THIS IS AFTER THE FINS STOLE SAYERS FROM ME :cry:

Hey man, what can I say....there was an opening, and I wasn't going to refuse taking it over.

I apologize for making good draft selections. :joker:

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-16-2004, 01:00 PM
The Pittsburgh Steelers select MLB Jack Lambert.

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB

Tuggy
06-16-2004, 04:15 PM
With our 4th pick the New England Patriots are proud to select Marvin Harrison, WR

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR

TVanek26*
06-16-2004, 07:23 PM
Great Pick.Marvin may be a top 3 WR of all-time at the end of his career...

BrooklynCanuck
06-16-2004, 07:41 PM
The Cincinnati Bengals Select:
Brett Favre, QB

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB

ObeySteve
06-16-2004, 07:56 PM
....How the hell did Favre get completely forgotten about up until this point?

John Flyers Fan
06-16-2004, 10:38 PM
....How the hell did Favre get completely forgotten about up until this point?

I didn't forget about him, he's vey good, but IMO there is a better quarterback out there that still hasn't been taken.

Tuggy
06-16-2004, 10:58 PM
Great Pick.Marvin may be a top 3 WR of all-time at the end of his career...

He sure is well on his way

Unholy Diver
06-16-2004, 11:49 PM
The Baltimore Ravens select FB Franco Harris


ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris - FB

ObeySteve
06-16-2004, 11:50 PM
I didn't forget about him, he's vey good, but IMO there is a better quarterback out there that still hasn't been taken.

You sure like to measure a player's success by the number of Super Bowls they have, don't you?

John Flyers Fan
06-16-2004, 11:56 PM
You sure like to measure a player's success by the number of Super Bowls they have, don't you?

Not necessarily, but he is very underrated IMO.

John Flyers Fan
06-17-2004, 12:00 AM
The Oakland Raiders, specifically John Elway are very pleased to select Jackie Slater



ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris - FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater - OT

Ar-too
06-17-2004, 11:09 AM
With the 46th pick, the 49ers select cornerback/safety Rod Woodson.

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris - FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater - OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson - S/CB

TVanek26*
06-17-2004, 11:19 AM
Los Angeles Rams take WR RANDY MOSS,who is on pace to break Jerry Rice's records


ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris - FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater - OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson - S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss-WR

Ronnie Bass
06-17-2004, 07:18 PM
Los Angeles Rams take WR RANDY MOSS,who is on pace to break Jerry Rice's records

He might be on pace but I doubt he'll last as long as Rice has.

TVanek26*
06-18-2004, 07:26 AM
He might be on pace but I doubt he'll last as long as Rice has.



As long as he has a good QB and he's getting paid multi millions,he'll play up to snuff...

Ronnie Bass
06-18-2004, 02:05 PM
As long as he has a good QB and he's getting paid multi millions,he'll play up to snuff...
The Oilers time is up, I believe you can pick again.

TVanek26*
06-18-2004, 06:17 PM
It may be a reach but I'll take Chuck Bednarik

Ronnie Bass
06-18-2004, 07:41 PM
It may be a reach but I'll take Chuck Bednarik
I was thinking about that one myself. I don't think it's a reach, the man was a flatout football player.

Ronnie Bass
06-18-2004, 09:02 PM
Make sure you PM the person who's next to pick after you do, not suggesting that anybody isn't, just a reminder. :)

Ronnie Bass
06-18-2004, 09:42 PM
It may be a reach but I'll take Chuck Bednarik
By the way what position, Center or Linebacker? :dunno:

Ar-too
06-19-2004, 11:06 AM
With the 51st pick overall, the San Francisco 49ers select Alan Page.

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris - FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater - OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson - S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss-WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page - DT

John Flyers Fan
06-19-2004, 12:37 PM
With the 52nd pick the Oakland Raiders selet Warren Sapp


ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris - FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater - OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson - S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss-WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page - DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp

The Flash
06-19-2004, 02:20 PM
Not a big fan of the Ol' Greats I see, John Flyers Fan.

TVanek26*
06-19-2004, 02:24 PM
Sorry I didn't send a PM to the 49'ers...I thought it was Kariyaisgod and he wasn't responding.

John Flyers Fan
06-19-2004, 03:06 PM
Not a big fan of the Ol' Greats I see, John Flyers Fan.

Not true, just the old greats I plan on takening have been gone just before my picks.


Munoz
Olsen
Page
Marchetti
Randy White
Lilly


were all players I was very interested in, but went just before I could take them.

Unholy Diver
06-19-2004, 07:59 PM
the Baltimore Ravens select CB Mel Blount


ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris - FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater - OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson - S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss-WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page - DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount - cb

BrooklynCanuck
06-19-2004, 09:17 PM
The Cincinnati Bengals Select:
Mike Singletary, LB

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris - FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater - OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson - S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss-WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page - DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount - cb
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary - LB

Tuggy
06-20-2004, 02:01 PM
With our 5th pick the New England Patriots are proud to select:

Roosevelt Brown - OT, one of the greatest sleeper picks of All Time

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris - FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater - OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson - S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss-WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page - DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount - cb
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary - LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown - OT

BrooklynCanuck
06-20-2004, 02:09 PM
Not true, just the old greats I plan on takening have been gone just before my picks.


Munoz
Olsen
Page
Marchetti
Randy White
Lilly


were all players I was very interested in, but went just before I could take them.

I went to Maryland, how could I not take Randy White!?!?!

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-20-2004, 08:51 PM
Pittsburgh Steelers select CB Darrell Green.


ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris - FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater - OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson - S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss-WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page - DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount - CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary - LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown - OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green CB

Taylor21
06-20-2004, 10:04 PM
The Washington Redskins take Willie Lanier LB

ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris - FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater - OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson - S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss-WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page - DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount - CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary - LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown - OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green CB
57- Washington Redskins - Willie Lanier LB

Ronnie Bass
06-21-2004, 10:01 AM
The Miami Dolphins are honored to select former University of Miami alumni, the Mad Stork, Ted Hendricks, LB


ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris - FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater - OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson - S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss-WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page - DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount - CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary - LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown - OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green CB
57- Washington Redskins - Willie Lanier LB
58- Miami Dolphins - Ted Hendricks, LB

in the hall
06-21-2004, 12:55 PM
The New York Jets are pleased to select hall of fame cornerback, Herb Adderley. We feel fortunate to have been able to make this selection as it seems the crop of great cornerbacks available is not so plentyfull. Jets have now sured up their secondary.


ROUND 1
1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2
13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris - FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater - OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson - S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss-WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page - DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount - CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary - LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown - OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green CB
57- Washington Redskins - Willie Lanier LB
58- Miami Dolphins - Ted Hendricks, LB
#59- New York Jets - Herb Adderley CB

ObeySteve
06-21-2004, 06:47 PM
The Minnesota Vikings select another member of the Iron Curtain in Pittsburgh by taking Jack Ham, as well as current NFLPA commissioner and shutdown lineman Gene Upshaw.


ROUND 1

1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2

13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris, FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater, OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson, S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss, WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page, DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp, DT
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount, CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary, LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown, OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green, CB
57- Washington Redskins - Willie Lanier, LB
58- Miami Dolphins - Ted Hendricks, LB
59- New York Jets - Herb Adderley, CB
60- Minnesota Vikings - Jack Ham, OLB

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG

in the hall
06-22-2004, 01:58 PM
NY Jets are proud to select Eric Dickerson, RB.


ROUND 1

1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2

13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris, FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater, OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson, S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss, WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page, DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp, DT
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount, CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary, LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown, OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green, CB
57- Washington Redskins - Willie Lanier, LB
58- Miami Dolphins - Ted Hendricks, LB
59- New York Jets - Herb Adderley, CB
60- Minnesota Vikings - Jack Ham, OLB

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB

Ronnie Bass
06-22-2004, 02:09 PM
The Miami Dolphins are thrilled that this great receiver known as 'Bambi' is still available, Lance Alworth, WR.


ROUND 1

1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2

13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris, FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater, OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson, S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss, WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page, DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp, DT
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount, CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary, LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown, OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green, CB
57- Washington Redskins - Willie Lanier, LB
58- Miami Dolphins - Ted Hendricks, LB
59- New York Jets - Herb Adderley, CB
60- Minnesota Vikings - Jack Ham, OLB

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR

Taylor21
06-22-2004, 09:57 PM
I had no intentions of taking a running back at this point. But I see what is to me a top 5 running back (behind only?? Brown,Payton,Sayers) available and can not afford to let him go. So with Hannah and Munoz clearing the way the Washington Redskins will be running a lot to the left side.

The Washington Redskins take Earl Campbell.

ROUND 1

1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2

13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris, FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater, OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson, S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss, WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page, DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp, DT
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount, CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary, LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown, OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green, CB
57- Washington Redskins - Willie Lanier, LB
58- Miami Dolphins - Ted Hendricks, LB
59- New York Jets - Herb Adderley, CB
60- Minnesota Vikings - Jack Ham, OLB

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-23-2004, 12:34 AM
The Pittsburgh Steelers select FS Larry Wilson.

ROUND 1

1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2

13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris, FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater, OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson, S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss, WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page, DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp, DT
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount, CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary, LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown, OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green, CB
57- Washington Redskins - Willie Lanier, LB
58- Miami Dolphins - Ted Hendricks, LB
59- New York Jets - Herb Adderley, CB
60- Minnesota Vikings - Jack Ham, OLB

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS

Tuggy
06-23-2004, 02:49 AM
With our 6th pick the New England Patriots are proud to select:

Lester Hayes, CB
ROUND 1

1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2

13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris, FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater, OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson, S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss, WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page, DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp, DT
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount, CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary, LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown, OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green, CB
57- Washington Redskins - Willie Lanier, LB
58- Miami Dolphins - Ted Hendricks, LB
59- New York Jets - Herb Adderley, CB
60- Minnesota Vikings - Jack Ham, OLB

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB

in the hall
06-23-2004, 12:47 PM
alright people, earl campbell or eric dickerson?

Ar-too
06-23-2004, 12:54 PM
alright people, earl campbell or eric dickerson?

Dickerson. 2,000 yards in a season. 'Nuff said.
:teach:

Ronnie Bass
06-23-2004, 01:23 PM
alright people, earl campbell or eric dickerson?
I was fortunate enough to watch Earl Campbell play in his prime and he was the man. He ran like a ****ing mack truck, which is why is career was so short. As for who was better if you were to ask the majority of the defensive players who happened to play against both on who they would rather face I would imagine they would say Dickerson, mostly because it was nearly damn impossible to tackle Campbell one on one. I'm telling you he was a man among boys along the lines that Jim Brown was.

John Flyers Fan
06-23-2004, 01:28 PM
I was fortunate enough to watch Earl Campbell play in his prime and he was the man. He ran like a ****ing mack truck, which is why is career was so short. As for who was better if you were to ask the majority of the defensive players who happened to play against both on who they would rather face I would imagine they would say Dickerson, mostly because it was nearly damn impossible to tackle Campbell one on one. I'm telling you he was a man among boys along the lines that Jim Brown was.

Agreed, but Campbell wasn't the threat to break a run for 50-80 yards like Dickerson was.

Ronnie Bass
06-23-2004, 01:36 PM
Agreed, but Campbell wasn't the threat to break a run for 50-80 yards like Dickerson was.
Your talking to the wrong guy John, I saw him do exactly that on a Monday night game against my Fins, I don't know if you remember that one, wear at the end there was not much left of his jersey.

Man that night sucked. :banghead:

John Flyers Fan
06-23-2004, 01:39 PM
Your talking to the wrong guy John, I saw him do exactly that on a Monday night game against my Fins, I don't know if you remember that one, wear at the end there was not much left of his jersey.

Man that night sucked. :banghead:

I recall that run .. and those old tear-away jerseys.

Campbell was more fun to watch, but IMO Dickerson in his prime was a bit better.

BrooklynCanuck
06-23-2004, 02:07 PM
With our 6th pick the Cincinnati Bengals are proud to select:

William "The Fridge" Perry, DT

ROUND 1

1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2

13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris, FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater, OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson, S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss, WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page, DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp, DT
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount, CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary, LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown, OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green, CB
57- Washington Redskins - Willie Lanier, LB
58- Miami Dolphins - Ted Hendricks, LB
59- New York Jets - Herb Adderley, CB
60- Minnesota Vikings - Jack Ham, OLB

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB
67- Cincinnati Bengals - William "Refrigerator" Perry, DT

Unholy Diver
06-23-2004, 06:12 PM
The Baltimore Ravens select TE Kellen Winslow Sr
ROUND 1

1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2

13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris, FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater, OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson, S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss, WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page, DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp, DT
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount, CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary, LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown, OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green, CB
57- Washington Redskins - Willie Lanier, LB
58- Miami Dolphins - Ted Hendricks, LB
59- New York Jets - Herb Adderley, CB
60- Minnesota Vikings - Jack Ham, OLB

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB
67- Cincinnati Bengals - William "Refrigerator" Perry, DT
68.- Baltimore Ravens - Kellen Winslow Sr. TE

John Flyers Fan
06-23-2004, 06:16 PM
The Oakland Raiders are proud to select one of their own: Howie Long

ROUND 1

1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2

13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris, FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater, OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson, S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss, WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page, DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp, DT
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount, CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary, LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown, OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green, CB
57- Washington Redskins - Willie Lanier, LB
58- Miami Dolphins - Ted Hendricks, LB
59- New York Jets - Herb Adderley, CB
60- Minnesota Vikings - Jack Ham, OLB

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB
67- Cincinnati Bengals - William "Refrigerator" Perry, DT
68.- Baltimore Ravens - Kellen Winslow Sr. TE
69- Oakland Raiders - Howie Long DT/DE

Taylor21
06-23-2004, 08:03 PM
I recall that run .. and those old tear-away jerseys.

Campbell was more fun to watch, but IMO Dickerson in his prime was a bit better.


In his prime Campbell was better. I say him play and you are right he was fun. If I was starting a team I would defintely take Dickerson because of the length of his career, but if I am talking about one season it has to be Campbell. Who is that run agaisnt that they always show in his highlights? He rans over it seems the whole team and at one point is running backwards over guys. Hey at least he isn't like some wimps who ran out of bounds instead of getting contack.

Ronnie Bass
06-23-2004, 09:54 PM
Dr Love looks like he has dropped out, what do we do? Try to get a replacement again? And if anybody who wants his team, PM me. You have two instant picks and a third coming up in a bit. And you can rename the team form the Houston Oilers to whatever you want.

Ar-too
06-24-2004, 11:57 AM
With the 70th selection, the San Francisco 49ers select tight end, Ozzie Newsome.

ROUND 1

1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2

13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris, FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater, OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson, S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss, WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page, DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp, DT
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount, CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary, LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown, OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green, CB
57- Washington Redskins - Willie Lanier, LB
58- Miami Dolphins - Ted Hendricks, LB
59- New York Jets - Herb Adderley, CB
60- Minnesota Vikings - Jack Ham, OLB

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB
67- Cincinnati Bengals - William "Refrigerator" Perry, DT
68.- Baltimore Ravens - Kellen Winslow Sr. TE
69- Oakland Raiders - Howie Long DT/DE
70 - San Francisco - Ozzie Newsome TE

TVanek26*
06-24-2004, 10:28 PM
Surprised he's still here but I take CB WILLIE BROWN.


ROUND 1

1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2

13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell - OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis - MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith - HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris, FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater, OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson, S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss, WR
48- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - skipped
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page, DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp, DT
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount, CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary, LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown, OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green, CB
57- Washington Redskins - Willie Lanier, LB
58- Miami Dolphins - Ted Hendricks, LB
59- New York Jets - Herb Adderley, CB
60- Minnesota Vikings - Jack Ham, OLB

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB
67- Cincinnati Bengals - William "Refrigerator" Perry, DT
68.- Baltimore Ravens - Kellen Winslow Sr. TE
69- Oakland Raiders - Howie Long DT/DE
70 - San Francisco - Ozzie Newsome TE
71- Los Angeles Rams- Willie Brown CB

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-25-2004, 06:09 PM
Dr Love looks like he has dropped out, what do we do? Try to get a replacement again? And if anybody who wants his team, PM me. You have two instant picks and a third coming up in a bit. And you can rename the team form the Houston Oilers to whatever you want.

I pm'd a few of the top posteres on the NFL Free Agency thread to see if any of them interested, so we'll see if any of them show up to take Dr. Love's spot. I told them its first come first serve, which might speed things up.

TVanek26*
06-25-2004, 10:57 PM
I'll take FB MARION MOTLEY

John Flyers Fan
06-28-2004, 08:02 AM
The Oakland Raiders select, DE Jack Youngblood

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB
67- Cincinnati Bengals - William "Refrigerator" Perry, DT
68.- Baltimore Ravens - Kellen Winslow Sr. TE
69- Oakland Raiders - Howie Long DT/DE
70 - San Francisco - Ozzie Newsome TE
71- Los Angeles Rams- Willie Brown CB
72- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 7

72- Houston Oilers- skipped
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley FB
74- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood DE

Unholy Diver
06-28-2004, 10:07 PM
The Baltimore Ravens select DE Richard Dent

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB
67- Cincinnati Bengals - William "Refrigerator" Perry, DT
68.- Baltimore Ravens - Kellen Winslow Sr. TE
69- Oakland Raiders - Howie Long DT/DE
70 - San Francisco - Ozzie Newsome TE
71- Los Angeles Rams- Willie Brown CB
72- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 7

72- Houston Oilers- skipped
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley FB
74- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood DE
75- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent -DE

BrooklynCanuck
06-28-2004, 11:47 PM
The Cincinnati Bengals are proud to select:
S Ken Houston

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB
67- Cincinnati Bengals - William "Refrigerator" Perry, DT
68.- Baltimore Ravens - Kellen Winslow Sr. TE
69- Oakland Raiders - Howie Long DT/DE
70 - San Francisco - Ozzie Newsome TE
71- Los Angeles Rams- Willie Brown CB
72- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 7

72- Houston Oilers- skipped
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley FB
74- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood DE
75- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent -DE
76- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston S

Tuggy
06-29-2004, 12:32 AM
The New England Patriots are proud to select Art Monk, WR

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB
67- Cincinnati Bengals - William "Refrigerator" Perry, DT
68.- Baltimore Ravens - Kellen Winslow Sr. TE
69- Oakland Raiders - Howie Long DT/DE
70 - San Francisco - Ozzie Newsome TE
71- Los Angeles Rams- Willie Brown CB
72- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 7

72- Houston Oilers- skipped
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley FB
74- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood DE
75- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent -DE
76- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston S
77- New England Patriots - Art Monk, WR

TVanek26*
06-29-2004, 12:57 AM
^^^^

Nice pick,was going to take him last round to.....

BrooklynCanuck
06-29-2004, 12:59 AM
3 picks in 3 hours, nice.

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-29-2004, 02:00 AM
Pittsburgh Steelers select FB Bronko Nagurski.


Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB
67- Cincinnati Bengals - William "Refrigerator" Perry, DT
68.- Baltimore Ravens - Kellen Winslow Sr. TE
69- Oakland Raiders - Howie Long DT/DE
70 - San Francisco - Ozzie Newsome TE
71- Los Angeles Rams- Willie Brown CB
72- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 7

72- Houston Oilers- skipped
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley FB
74- San Francisco - skipped
75- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood DE
76- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent -DE
77- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston S
78- New England Patriots - Art Monk, WR
79- Pittsburgh Steelers - Bronko Nagurski, FB

Taylor21
06-29-2004, 10:16 AM
Washington Redskins take Linebacker Bobby Bell

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB
67- Cincinnati Bengals - William "Refrigerator" Perry, DT
68.- Baltimore Ravens - Kellen Winslow Sr. TE
69- Oakland Raiders - Howie Long DT/DE
70 - San Francisco - Ozzie Newsome TE
71- Los Angeles Rams- Willie Brown CB
72- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 7

72- Houston Oilers- skipped
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley FB
74- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood DE
75- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent -DE
76- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston S
77- Washington Redskins - Bobby Bell LB

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-29-2004, 10:24 AM
I put a complete list on the first page of the players taken, which I'll update so that the whole list doesn't have to be put into each post.

FlyersHomer DM03
06-29-2004, 11:00 AM
can i get houston if nobody wants them?

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-29-2004, 11:08 AM
can i get houston if nobody wants them?

Sure. We've been looking for someone to replace Dr. Love.

You have four picks to make whenever you want.

FlyersHomer DM03
06-29-2004, 11:20 AM
You have four picks to make whenever you want.

ok, ill get it out of the way right away
Houston Oilers' four makeup picks:

WR-Fred Biletnikoff
MLB-Sam Huff
OLB-Derrick Thomas
CB-Micheal Haynes

John Flyers Fan
06-29-2004, 01:23 PM
OLB-Derrick Thomas
CB-Micheal Haynes


sonova***** :mad:

Ronnie Bass
06-29-2004, 01:46 PM
The Miami Dolphins are pleased to draft one of the greatest Dolphins of all-time:
Larry Csonka, FB.

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB
67- Cincinnati Bengals - William "Refrigerator" Perry, DT
68.- Baltimore Ravens - Kellen Winslow Sr. TE
69- Oakland Raiders - Howie Long DT/DE
70 - San Francisco - Ozzie Newsome TE
71- Los Angeles Rams- Willie Brown CB
72- Houston Oilers - skipped

Round 7

72- Houston Oilers- skipped
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley FB
74- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood DE
75- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent -DE
76- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston S
77- Washington Redskins - Bobby Bell LB
78- Miami Dolphins - Larry Csonka, FB

in the hall
06-29-2004, 03:02 PM
um what happened to the pats and steelers?

anyway with my pick I select Randy White, DT

John Flyers Fan
06-29-2004, 03:04 PM
um what happened to the pats and steelers?

anyway with my pick I select Randy White, DT


Randy White was chosen by the Bengals with the 30th pick.

BrooklynCanuck
06-29-2004, 03:05 PM
I took him already. :)

Brewtus the Beerbarian
06-29-2004, 03:12 PM
um what happened to the pats and steelers?

anyway with my pick I select Randy White, DT

Use this list. Somehow two teams got deleted in updates.

The full up to date list is on the first page.


Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB
67- Cincinnati Bengals - William "Refrigerator" Perry, DT
68.- Baltimore Ravens - Kellen Winslow Sr. TE
69- Oakland Raiders - Howie Long DT/DE
70 - San Francisco - Ozzie Newsome TE
71- Los Angeles Rams- Willie Brown CB
72- Houston Oilers - Derrick Thomas, OLB

Round 7

72- Houston Oilers- Mike Haynes, CB
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley FB
74- San Francisco - skipped
75- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood DE
76- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent -DE
77- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston S
78- New England Patriots - Art Monk, WR
79- Pittsburgh Steelers - Bronko Nagurski, FB
80- Washington Redskins - Bobby Bell LB
81- Miami Dolphins - Larry Csonka, FB

in the hall
06-29-2004, 06:22 PM
doh!

with the 82 pick the NY Jets select Buck Buchanon, DT


Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB
67- Cincinnati Bengals - William "Refrigerator" Perry, DT
68.- Baltimore Ravens - Kellen Winslow Sr. TE
69- Oakland Raiders - Howie Long DT/DE
70 - San Francisco - Ozzie Newsome TE
71- Los Angeles Rams- Willie Brown CB
72- Houston Oilers - Derrick Thomas, OLB

Round 7

72- Houston Oilers- Mike Haynes, CB
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley FB
74- San Francisco - skipped
75- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood DE
76- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent -DE
77- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston S
78- New England Patriots - Art Monk, WR
79- Pittsburgh Steelers - Bronko Nagurski, FB
80- Washington Redskins - Bobby Bell LB
81- Miami Dolphins - Larry Csonka, FB
82- New York Jets - Buck Buchanon, DT

in the hall
06-30-2004, 02:15 PM
forgot to PM the next guy, just did it now

ObeySteve
06-30-2004, 03:29 PM
The Minnesota Vikings select another key defenseman on Lombardi's amazing Packer team in Willie Davis as well as another man to protect Marino in center Jim Otto.

Round 7

72- Houston Oilers- Mike Haynes, CB
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley FB
74- San Francisco - skipped
75- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood DE
76- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent -DE
77- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston S
78- New England Patriots - Art Monk, WR
79- Pittsburgh Steelers - Bronko Nagurski, FB
80- Washington Redskins - Bobby Bell LB
81- Miami Dolphins - Larry Csonka, FB
82- New York Jets - Buck Buchanon, DT
83- Minnesota Vikings - Willie Davis, DE

Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C

in the hall
06-30-2004, 06:54 PM
probably one of the bigger steals in the draft, the NY Jets select LB Bill George.

Round 7

72- Houston Oilers- Mike Haynes, CB
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley FB
74- San Francisco - skipped
75- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood DE
76- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent -DE
77- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston S
78- New England Patriots - Art Monk, WR
79- Pittsburgh Steelers - Bronko Nagurski, FB
80- Washington Redskins - Bobby Bell LB
81- Miami Dolphins - Larry Csonka, FB
82- New York Jets - Buck Buchanon, DT
83- Minnesota Vikings - Willie Davis, DE

Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB

Ronnie Bass
06-30-2004, 08:40 PM
The Miami Dolphins are pleased to select the all-time leader in interceptions, Paul Krause, S

72- Houston Oilers- Mike Haynes, CB
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley FB
74- San Francisco - skipped
75- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood DE
76- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent -DE
77- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston S
78- New England Patriots - Art Monk, WR
79- Pittsburgh Steelers - Bronko Nagurski, FB
80- Washington Redskins - Bobby Bell LB
81- Miami Dolphins - Larry Csonka, FB
82- New York Jets - Buck Buchanon, DT
83- Minnesota Vikings - Willie Davis, DE

Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S

Taylor21
07-01-2004, 10:27 AM
Washington Redskins select DE Lee Roy Selmon

72- Houston Oilers- Mike Haynes, CB
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley FB
74- San Francisco - skipped
75- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood DE
76- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent -DE
77- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston S
78- New England Patriots - Art Monk, WR
79- Pittsburgh Steelers - Bronko Nagurski, FB
80- Washington Redskins - Bobby Bell LB
81- Miami Dolphins - Larry Csonka, FB
82- New York Jets - Buck Buchanon, DT
83- Minnesota Vikings - Willie Davis, DE

Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S
87- Washington Redskins - Lee Roy Selmon DE

Brewtus the Beerbarian
07-01-2004, 09:58 PM
The Pittsburgh Steelers select S Emlen Tunnell.


72- Houston Oilers- Mike Haynes, CB
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley FB
74- San Francisco - skipped
75- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood DE
76- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent -DE
77- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston S
78- New England Patriots - Art Monk, WR
79- Pittsburgh Steelers - Bronko Nagurski, FB
80- Washington Redskins - Bobby Bell LB
81- Miami Dolphins - Larry Csonka, FB
82- New York Jets - Buck Buchanon, DT
83- Minnesota Vikings - Willie Davis, DE

Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S
87- Washington Redskins - Lee Roy Selmon DE
88- Pittsburgh Steeleres - Emlen Tunnell S

Tuggy
07-01-2004, 10:59 PM
The New England Patriots are proud to select:

Lou Groza, OT. He was also the kicker but I'll take em for the line :D


72- Houston Oilers- Mike Haynes, CB
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley FB
74- San Francisco - skipped
75- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood DE
76- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent -DE
77- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston S
78- New England Patriots - Art Monk, WR
79- Pittsburgh Steelers - Bronko Nagurski, FB
80- Washington Redskins - Bobby Bell LB
81- Miami Dolphins - Larry Csonka, FB
82- New York Jets - Buck Buchanon, DT
83- Minnesota Vikings - Willie Davis, DE

Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S
87- Washington Redskins - Lee Roy Selmon DE
88- Pittsburgh Steeleres - Emlen Tunnell S
89- New England Patriots - Lou Groza, OT

BrooklynCanuck
07-01-2004, 11:07 PM
The Cincinnati Bengals are proud to select:

Rep. Steve Largent, WR


72- Houston Oilers- Mike Haynes, CB
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley FB
74- San Francisco - skipped
75- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood DE
76- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent -DE
77- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston S
78- New England Patriots - Art Monk, WR
79- Pittsburgh Steelers - Bronko Nagurski, FB
80- Washington Redskins - Bobby Bell LB
81- Miami Dolphins - Larry Csonka, FB
82- New York Jets - Buck Buchanon, DT
83- Minnesota Vikings - Willie Davis, DE

Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S
87- Washington Redskins - Lee Roy Selmon DE
88- Pittsburgh Steeleres - Emlen Tunnell S
89- New England Patriots - Lou Groza, OT
90- Cincinnati Bengals - Steve Largent, WR

Ar-too
07-02-2004, 06:01 PM
Sorry folks. I was on vacation and expected to have internet access - I wouldn't have bothered even if I had had it though...

With the (to this point, skipped) 74th pick, the San Francisco 49ers select Jack Christiansen, FS.


Round 7

72- Houston Oilers- Mike Haynes, CB
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley, FB
74- San Francisco 49ers - Jack Christiansen, FS
75- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood, DE
76- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent, DE
77- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston, S
78- New England Patriots - Art Monk, WR
79- Pittsburgh Steelers - Bronko Nagurski, FB
80- Washington Redskins - Bobby Bell LB
81- Miami Dolphins - Larry Csonka, FB
82- New York Jets - Buck Buchanan, DT
83- Minnesota Vikings - Willie Davis, DE

Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S
87- Washington Redskins - Lee Roy Selmon DE
88- Pittsburgh Steeleres - Emlen Tunnell S
89- New England Patriots - Lou Groza, OT
90- Cincinnati Bengals - Steve Largent, WR

Unholy Diver
07-03-2004, 01:13 AM
The Baltimore Ravens Select C Kent Hull

Round 7

72- Houston Oilers- Mike Haynes, CB
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley, FB
74- San Francisco 49ers - Jack Christiansen, FS
75- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood, DE
76- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent, DE
77- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston, S
78- New England Patriots - Art Monk, WR
79- Pittsburgh Steelers - Bronko Nagurski, FB
80- Washington Redskins - Bobby Bell LB
81- Miami Dolphins - Larry Csonka, FB
82- New York Jets - Buck Buchanan, DT
83- Minnesota Vikings - Willie Davis, DE

Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S
87- Washington Redskins - Lee Roy Selmon DE
88- Pittsburgh Steeleres - Emlen Tunnell S
89- New England Patriots - Lou Groza, OT
90- Cincinnati Bengals - Steve Largent, WR
91-Baltimore Ravens - Kent Hull C

Ar-too
07-04-2004, 03:04 PM
With the 93rd pick, the San Francisco 49ers select guard Larry Little.

Round 7

72- Houston Oilers- Mike Haynes, CB
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley, FB
74- San Francisco 49ers - Jack Christiansen, FS
75- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood, DE
76- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent, DE
77- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston, S
78- New England Patriots - Art Monk, WR
79- Pittsburgh Steelers - Bronko Nagurski, FB
80- Washington Redskins - Bobby Bell LB
81- Miami Dolphins - Larry Csonka, FB
82- New York Jets - Buck Buchanan, DT
83- Minnesota Vikings - Willie Davis, DE

Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S
87- Washington Redskins - Lee Roy Selmon DE
88- Pittsburgh Steeleres - Emlen Tunnell S
89- New England Patriots - Lou Groza, OT
90- Cincinnati Bengals - Steve Largent, WR
91- Baltimore Ravens - Kent Hull C
92- Oakland Raiders - skipped
93- San Francisco 49ers - Larry Little, G

TVanek26*
07-05-2004, 02:48 AM
Someone should make a new thread and keep it updated with who's been taken...I know someone has it updated,but I look on every page and someone has it different every time...

I guess I'll take WR Elroy Hersch

FlyersHomer DM03
07-05-2004, 10:54 AM
To conclude Round 8, the Houston Oilers select WR-Cris Carter. To kick off round 9, they will select SS-Jack Tatum


Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S
87- Washington Redskins - Lee Roy Selmon DE
88- Pittsburgh Steeleres - Emlen Tunnell S
89- New England Patriots - Lou Groza, OT
90- Cincinnati Bengals - Steve Largent, WR
91- Baltimore Ravens - Kent Hull C
92- Oakland Raiders - skipped
93- San Francisco 49ers - Larry Little, G
94- Los Angeles Rams- Elroy Hirsch, WR
95- Houston Oilers - Cris Carter, WR

Round 9
96- Houston Oilers - Jack Tatum, SS

Brewtus the Beerbarian
07-05-2004, 01:09 PM
Someone should make a new thread and keep it updated with who's been taken...I know someone has it updated,but I look on every page and someone has it different every time...

I guess I'll take WR Elroy Hersch

I've been updating it on the first page of this thread.

John Flyers Fan
07-05-2004, 05:46 PM
Round 8

The Oakland Raiders select TE Mike Ditka

Ar-too
07-06-2004, 04:15 PM
Round 8

The Oakland Raiders select TE Mike Ditka


So he'll be a player-coach then? :joker:


Sorry, couldn't resist... and it really wasn't that funny anyways... :shakehead

Ar-too
07-07-2004, 01:45 AM
With the 98th pick, the 49ers select WR Tim Brown.

Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S
87- Washington Redskins - Lee Roy Selmon DE
88- Pittsburgh Steeleres - Emlen Tunnell S
89- New England Patriots - Lou Groza, OT
90- Cincinnati Bengals - Steve Largent, WR
91- Baltimore Ravens - Kent Hull C
92- Oakland Raiders - skipped
93- San Francisco 49ers - Larry Little, G
94- Los Angeles Rams- Elroy Hirsch, WR
95- Houston Oilers - Cris Carter, WR

Round 9
96- Houston Oilers - Jack Tatum, SS
97- Los Angeles Rams - skipped
98- San Francisco 49ers - Tim Brown, WR

John Flyers Fan
07-07-2004, 07:44 AM
The Oakland Raiders are pleased to select OLB Jack Ham.

Round 9
96- Houston Oilers - Jack Tatum, SS
97- Los Angeles Rams - skipped
98- San Francisco 49ers - Tim Brown, WR
99- Oakland Raiders - Jack Ham, OLB

Brewtus the Beerbarian
07-07-2004, 09:43 AM
The Oakland Raiders are pleased to select OLB Jack Ham.

Round 9
96- Houston Oilers - Jack Tatum, SS
97- Los Angeles Rams - skipped
98- San Francisco 49ers - Tim Brown, WR
99- Oakland Raiders - Jack Ham, OLB

You won't be very pleased to know the vikings took him with the 60th.

John Flyers Fan
07-07-2004, 09:54 AM
You won't be very pleased to know the vikings took him with the 60th.

The Oakland Raiders amend their pick .. and take future Hall of Famer:

OLB Derrick Brooks

Brewtus the Beerbarian
07-07-2004, 09:57 AM
Here's the updated picks list for everyone to copy. Full list is on the first page.

Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S
87- Washington Redskins - Lee Roy Selmon DE
88- Pittsburgh Steelers - Emlen Tunnell S
89- New England Patriots - Lou Groza, OT
90- Cincinnati Bengals - Steve Largent, WR
91- Baltimore Ravens - Kent Hull C
92- Oakland Raiders - Mike Ditka, TE
93- San Francisco 49ers - Larry Little, G
94- Los Angeles Rams- Elroy Hirsch, WR
95- Houston Oilers - Cris Carter, WR

Round 9
96- Houston Oilers - Jack Tatum, SS
97- Los Angeles Rams - skipped
98- San Francisco 49ers - Tim Brown, WR
99- Oakland Raiders - Derrick Brooks, OLB

TVanek26*
07-07-2004, 10:56 AM
LA takes C,Dwight Stephenson

Ronnie Bass
07-07-2004, 01:15 PM
LA takes C,Dwight Stephenson
You *******!!! :mad:

TVanek26*
07-07-2004, 03:43 PM
You *******!!! :mad:



Surprised he lasted this long:D....we do need to draft Coaches right?

Ronnie Bass
07-07-2004, 03:50 PM
Surprised he lasted this long:D....we do need to draft Coaches right?

I was hoping he would last just a little bit longer.

BrooklynCanuck
07-08-2004, 11:38 AM
Ravens time is expired, but I will give some good faith time for a selection to be made. I will pick later in the day either way.

Unholy Diver
07-08-2004, 07:06 PM
The Baltimore Ravens select WR Lynn Swann

Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S
87- Washington Redskins - Lee Roy Selmon DE
88- Pittsburgh Steelers - Emlen Tunnell S
89- New England Patriots - Lou Groza, OT
90- Cincinnati Bengals - Steve Largent, WR
91- Baltimore Ravens - Kent Hull C
92- Oakland Raiders - Mike Ditka, TE
93- San Francisco 49ers - Larry Little, G
94- Los Angeles Rams- Elroy Hirsch, WR
95- Houston Oilers - Cris Carter, WR

Round 9
96- Houston Oilers - Jack Tatum, SS
97- Los Angeles Rams - skipped
98- San Francisco 49ers - Tim Brown, WR
99- Oakland Raiders - Derrick Brooks, OLB
100- Baltimore Ravens - Lynn Swann - WR

BrooklynCanuck
07-08-2004, 10:24 PM
The Cincinnati Bengals are proud to select:

Tony Gonzalez, TE

Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S
87- Washington Redskins - Lee Roy Selmon DE
88- Pittsburgh Steelers - Emlen Tunnell S
89- New England Patriots - Lou Groza, OT
90- Cincinnati Bengals - Steve Largent, WR
91- Baltimore Ravens - Kent Hull C
92- Oakland Raiders - Mike Ditka, TE
93- San Francisco 49ers - Larry Little, G
94- Los Angeles Rams- Elroy Hirsch, WR
95- Houston Oilers - Cris Carter, WR

Round 9
96- Houston Oilers - Jack Tatum, SS
97- Los Angeles Rams - skipped
98- San Francisco 49ers - Tim Brown, WR
99- Oakland Raiders - Derrick Brooks, OLB
100- Baltimore Ravens - Lynn Swann - WR
101- Cincinnati Bengals - Tony Gonzalez, TE

Tuggy
07-08-2004, 11:19 PM
The New England Patriots are proud to select:

Michael Strahan, DE

Round8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S
87- Washington Redskins - Lee Roy Selmon DE
88- Pittsburgh Steelers - Emlen Tunnell S
89- New England Patriots - Lou Groza, OT
90- Cincinnati Bengals - Steve Largent, WR
91- Baltimore Ravens - Kent Hull C
92- Oakland Raiders - Mike Ditka, TE
93- San Francisco 49ers - Larry Little, G
94- Los Angeles Rams- Elroy Hirsch, WR
95- Houston Oilers - Cris Carter, WR

Round 9
96- Houston Oilers - Jack Tatum, SS
97- Los Angeles Rams - skipped
98- San Francisco 49ers - Tim Brown, WR
99- Oakland Raiders - Derrick Brooks, OLB
100- Baltimore Ravens - Lynn Swann - WR
101- Cincinnati Bengals - Tony Gonzalez, TE
102- New England Patriots - Michael Strahan, DE

Brewtus the Beerbarian
07-09-2004, 01:39 AM
The Pittsburgh Steelers select CB Mel Renfro.


Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S
87- Washington Redskins - Lee Roy Selmon DE
88- Pittsburgh Steelers - Emlen Tunnell S
89- New England Patriots - Lou Groza, OT
90- Cincinnati Bengals - Steve Largent, WR
91- Baltimore Ravens - Kent Hull C
92- Oakland Raiders - Mike Ditka, TE
93- San Francisco 49ers - Larry Little, G
94- Los Angeles Rams- Elroy Hirsch, WR
95- Houston Oilers - Cris Carter, WR

Round 9
96- Houston Oilers - Jack Tatum, SS
97- Los Angeles Rams - Dwight Stephenson, C
98- San Francisco 49ers - Tim Brown, WR
99- Oakland Raiders - Derrick Brooks, OLB
100- Baltimore Ravens - Lynn Swann - WR
101- Cincinnati Bengals - Tony Gonzalez, TE
102- New England Patriots - Michael Strahan, DE
103- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mel Renfro, CB

Ronnie Bass
07-09-2004, 10:32 PM
My brother is down D.C. on a "scouting trip", but informed me that the Washington Redskins would be proud to take Bruce Matthews C/G.

The Miami Dolphins are pleased that this all-time great is still on the board.

Jerry Kramer, G. :yo:

in the hall
07-09-2004, 11:02 PM
NY Jets select DB Ken Houston

Brewtus the Beerbarian
07-09-2004, 11:25 PM
I guess no one's looking at the updated list on the first page since players are getting picked that are already taken. Here it is to refresh everyone's memory.


ROUND 1

1- Houston Oilers - Jim Brown, HB
2- Los Angeles Rams - Red Grange, HB
3- San Francisco 49ers - Joe Montana, QB
4- Oakland Raiders - John Elway, QB
5- Baltimore Ravens - Jerry Rice, WR
6- Cincinnati Bengals - Barry Sanders, HB
7- New England Patriots - Walter Payton, HB
8- Pittsburgh Steelers - Lawrence Taylor, LB
9- Washington Redskins - Sammy Baugh QB,DB,P
10- Miami Dolphins - Johnny Unitas, QB
11- New York Jets - Dick Butkus, LB
12- Minnesota Vikings - Dan Marino, QB

ROUND 2

13- Minnesota Vikings - Joe Greene, DT
14- New York Jets - Don Hutson, WR
15- Miami Dolphins - Deacon Jones, DE
16- Washington Redskins- Anthony Munoz, OT
17- Pittsburgh Steelers- Reggie White, DE
18- New England Patriots- Bob Lilly, DT
19- Cincinnati Bengals - Ray Nitschke, LB
20- Baltimore Ravens - Art Shell, OT
21- Oakland Raiders - Ray Lewis, MLB
22- San Francisco 49ers- Emmit Smith, HB
23- Los Angeles Rams - Bruce Smith, DE
24- Houston Oilers - Ronnie Lott, FS

Round 3

25- Houston Oilers - Otto Graham, QB
26- Los Angeles Rams - Roger Staubach, QB
27- San Francisco 49ers - Orlando Pace, OT
28- Oakland Raiders - Deion Sanders, CB & PR
29- Baltimore Ravens - Jim Thorpe, HB
30- Cincinnati Bengals - Randy White, DT
31- New England Patriots - Steve Young, QB
32- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Webster, C
33- Washington Redskins - John Hannah, OT
34- Miami Dolphins - Gale Sayers, RB
35- New York Jets - Gino Marchetti, DE
36- Minnesota Vikings - Night Train Lane, CB

Round 4

37- Minnesota Vikings - O.J. Simpson, HB
38- New York Jets - Jim Parker, OT
39- Miami Dolphins - Forrest Gregg, OT
40- Washington Redskins - Merlin Olsen, DT
41- Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Lambert, MLB
42- New England Patriots - Marvin Harrison, WR
43- Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre, QB
44- Baltimore Ravens - Franco Harris, FB
45- Oakland Raiders - Jackie Slater, OT
46- San Francisco 49ers - Rod Woodson, S/CB
47- Los Angeles Rams- Randy Moss, WR
48- Houston Oilers - Fred Biletnikoff, WR

Round 5

49- Houston Oilers - Sam Huff, MLB
50- Los Angeles Rams - Chuck Bednarik - ?
51- Sa Francisco 49ers - Alan Page, DT
52- Oakland Raiders - Warren Sapp, DT
53- Baltimore Ravens - Mel Blount, CB
54- Cincinnati Bengals - Mike Singletary, LB
55- New England Patriots - Roosevelt Brown, OT
56- Pittsburgh Steelers - Darrell Green, CB
57- Washington Redskins - Willie Lanier, LB
58- Miami Dolphins - Ted Hendricks, LB
59- New York Jets - Herb Adderley, CB
60- Minnesota Vikings - Jack Ham, OLB

Round 6

61- Minnesota Vikings - Gene Upshaw, OG
62- New York Jets - Eric Dickerson, HB
63- Miami Dolphins - Lance Alworth, WR
64- Washington Redskins - Earl Campbell RB
65- Pittsburgh Steelers - Larry Wilson FS
66- New England Patriots - Lester Hayes, CB
67- Cincinnati Bengals - William "Refrigerator" Perry, DT
68.- Baltimore Ravens - Kellen Winslow Sr. TE
69- Oakland Raiders - Howie Long DT/DE
70 - San Francisco - Ozzie Newsome TE
71- Los Angeles Rams- Willie Brown CB
72- Houston Oilers - Derrick Thomas, OLB

Round 7

72- Houston Oilers- Mike Haynes, CB
73- Los Angeles Rams - Marian Motley, FB
74- San Francisco -Jack Christiansen, FS
75- Oakland Raiders- Jack Youngblood, DE
76- Baltimore Ravens - Richard Dent, DE
77- Cincinnati Bengals - Ken Houston, S
78- New England Patriots - Art Monk, WR
79- Pittsburgh Steelers - Bronko Nagurski, FB
80- Washington Redskins - Bobby Bell LB
81- Miami Dolphins - Larry Csonka, FB
82- New York Jets - Buck Buchanan, DT
83- Minnesota Vikings - Willie Davis, DE

Round 8

84- Minnesota Vikings - Jim Otto, C
85- New York Jets - Bill George, LB
86 - Miami Dolphins - Paul Krause, S
87- Washington Redskins - Lee Roy Selmon DE
88- Pittsburgh Steelers - Emlen Tunnell S
89- New England Patriots - Lou Groza, OT
90- Cincinnati Bengals - Steve Largent, WR
91- Baltimore Ravens - Kent Hull C
92- Oakland Raiders - Mike Ditka, TE
93- San Francisco 49ers - Larry Little, G
94- Los Angeles Rams- Elroy Hirsch, WR
95- Houston Oilers - Cris Carter, WR

Round 9
96- Houston Oilers - Jack Tatum, SS
97- Los Angeles Rams - Dwight Stephenson, C
98- San Francisco 49ers - Tim Brown, WR
99- Oakland Raiders - Derrick Brooks, OLB
100- Baltimore Ravens - Lynn Swann - WR
101- Cincinnati Bengals - Tony Gonzalez, TE
102- New England Patriots - Michael Strahan, DE
103- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mel Renfro, CB
104- Washington Redskins - Bruce Matthews, C/G
105- Miami Dolphins - Jerry Kramer, G

ObeySteve
07-12-2004, 04:02 PM
In an attempt to add some modern flavor to a 70s and 80s-dominated roster, the Minnesota Vikings select the best guard in the NFL today in Larry Allen as welll as the best route-runner in the NFL, as well as the man who will be the best wide-out in the game within a few more seasons, Torry Holt.

Round 9
96- Houston Oilers - Jack Tatum, SS
97- Los Angeles Rams - Dwight Stephenson, C
98- San Francisco 49ers - Tim Brown, WR
99- Oakland Raiders - Derrick Brooks, OLB
100- Baltimore Ravens - Lynn Swann - WR
101- Cincinnati Bengals - Tony Gonzalez, TE
102- New England Patriots - Michael Strahan, DE
103- Pittsburgh Steelers - Mel Renfro, CB
104- Washington Redskins - Bruce Matthews, C/G
105- Miami Dolphins - Jerry Kramer, G
106- NY Jets - Willie Wood, S
107- Minnesota Vikings - Larry Allen, OG

Round 10
108- Minnesota Vikings - Torry Holt, WR
109- NY Jets - Dan Hampton, DE

in the hall
07-12-2004, 05:54 PM
NY Jets select Willie Wood S and Dan Hampton DE

ObeySteve
07-12-2004, 05:57 PM
How exactly do you have two picks?

Ronnie Bass
07-12-2004, 06:03 PM
How exactly do you have two picks?
He picked Ken Houston before not realizing that he was already selected. That's where that extra pick is coming from.

ObeySteve
07-12-2004, 06:06 PM
Oh alright, my bad.

Ronnie Bass
07-12-2004, 06:06 PM
Well guys, I think I'm about to make a pick that should be one of the top steals of this draft. The Miami Dolphins are thrilled that this man is still on the board.

Raymond Berry, WR

Ronnie Bass
07-12-2004, 07:09 PM
The Washington Redskins, back from their scouting trip select

DB Jimmy Johnson not the coach but "James Earl"

Taylor21
07-12-2004, 07:11 PM
Once again my brother failed to log out on my computer.

Ronnie Bass
07-12-2004, 07:17 PM
Once again my brother failed to log out on my computer.
:banana:

Brewtus the Beerbarian
07-12-2004, 10:48 PM
The Pittsburgh Steelers select a part of the Steel Curtain L.C. Greenwood.

Tuggy
07-12-2004, 11:17 PM
The New England Patriots are proud to select:

John Mackey, TE

BrooklynCanuck
07-13-2004, 12:56 AM
The Cincinnati Bengals are proud to select:
Jonathan Ogden, LT

Unholy Diver
07-13-2004, 07:10 PM
The Baltimore Ravens Select DE Richard Dent

Ronnie Bass
07-13-2004, 08:01 PM
The Baltimore Ravens Select DE Richard Dent
You already took him the 7th round!

Unholy Diver
07-13-2004, 08:03 PM
You already took him the 7th round!
yeah, ha ha that was a joke umm the Ravens really choose LB Greg Lloyd

John Flyers Fan
07-13-2004, 09:11 PM
The Oakland Raiders select OT, Dan Dierdorf.

in the hall
07-13-2004, 09:53 PM
The Washington Redskins, back from their scouting trip select

DB Jimmy Johnson not the coach but "James Earl"
What were you scouting?

Brewtus the Beerbarian
07-13-2004, 10:29 PM
What were you scouting?

Chicks? :lol:

Ronnie Bass
07-14-2004, 12:13 AM
What were you scouting?
HEEYYY!!! I'm not here just to defend my kid brother but Johnson was a great DB for the Niners in his day. Solid pick.

But something tells me you were going somewhere else with that comment.

Taylor21
07-14-2004, 10:56 AM
I am a happily married man. I was scouting locations for a pig roast. But unfortunately there is no place big enough in DC to put Michael Moore on a stick. Sorry for the political joke but being a married man eliminated the obivious.

Brewtus the Beerbarian
07-14-2004, 11:50 AM
I am a happily married man. I was scouting locations for a pig roast. But unfortunately there is no place big enough in DC to put Michael Moore on a stick. Sorry for the political joke but being a married man eliminated the obivious.

:joker: :handclap:

Ar-too
07-14-2004, 03:54 PM
Ya know what? I can't stand Emmit, but Emmit ain't Emmit without Moose... just look at Emmit now...

With the 117th pick, the San Francisco 49ers select Daryl, "Moose" Johnston.

Brewtus the Beerbarian
07-14-2004, 04:59 PM
Ya know what? I can't stand Emmit, but Emmit ain't Emmit without Moose... just look at Emmit now...

With the 117th pick, the San Francisco 49ers select Daryl, "Moose" Johnston.

So age and a one of the worst offensive lines in the league play no role in his downward spiral?

TVanek26*
07-14-2004, 10:55 PM
Los Angeles selects DE SIMEON RICE

Ar-too
07-15-2004, 12:25 PM
So age and a one of the worst offensive lines in the league play no role in his downward spiral?

That too, plus the fact that he deserves what he gets for sticking around just to get the rushing-record... :razz:

FlyersHomer DM03
07-15-2004, 01:47 PM
The Houston Oilers are proud to select two hall of famers: OT-Ron Yary, and will kick off round 11 with a former oiler, DE-Elvin Bethea

Ar-too
07-16-2004, 02:54 PM
With the 122nd pick, The San Francisco 49ers are proud to select CB Ty Law.

TVanek26*
07-17-2004, 12:48 AM
Los Angeles takes LB BRIAN ULRACHER

BrooklynCanuck
07-18-2004, 08:51 PM
When 48 hrs have passed may I pick?

John Flyers Fan
07-18-2004, 08:59 PM
I was away for the weekend, I'll be making my pick in a few minutes.

John Flyers Fan
07-18-2004, 09:08 PM
The Oakland Raiders are pleased to select 5 time Super Bowl Champion ... DE Charles Haley


QB's beware

:bow: Haley - Sapp - Long - Youngblood :bow:

Brewtus the Beerbarian
07-19-2004, 01:38 PM
Los Angeles takes LB BRIAN ULRACHER

After just four years, he's already an all-time great?

TVanek26*
07-19-2004, 01:44 PM
After just four years, he's already an all-time great?


There isn't that much left in terms of players.Urlacher looks to be a potential great so I took him.As we get into the double digit rounds expect a lot more current players taken.

Ar-too
07-19-2004, 02:22 PM
The Oakland Raiders are pleased to select 5 time Super Bowl Champion ... DE Charles Haley


QB's beware

:bow: Haley - Sapp - Long - Youngblood :bow:

Heck, everyone beware... That's scary... :amazed: :eek:

How'd we let that happen?

Brewtus the Beerbarian
07-19-2004, 02:31 PM
There isn't that much left in terms of players.Urlacher looks to be a potential great so I took him.As we get into the double digit rounds expect a lot more current players taken.

There are still tons of great players to be taken that aren't current, you just have to look for them.

I really hope people don't start getting lazy and just start picking current players cause they don't want to do any research.

If anyone takes Tom Brady or Michael Vick, then this draft has gone down the tubes.

TVanek26*
07-19-2004, 02:36 PM
There are still tons of great players to be taken that aren't current, you just have to look for them.

I really hope people don't start getting lazy and just start picking current players cause they don't want to do any research.

If anyone takes Tom Brady or Michael Vick, then this draft has gone down the tubes.


I didn't pick Urlacher because I didn't feel like looking for players,I just feel Urlacher can become a dominant Linebacker for the Bears.And picking Tom Brady wouldn't be so bad.2 Super Bowls in 3 years what's not to like?



And why Oakland's defense is so good,they picked exactly 2 offensive skill positions,QB and TE....with 1 OT.