2009 NFL Mock Draft

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  1. Eddyc85

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    http://www.draftcountdown.com/sub/Mock-Draft-A.php

    Thought this was interesting. Kinda funny what he says about us. It's 100% true but we won't do it. No matter how big a need WR is we'll find a way to not draft one until the 3rd round or later. I don't see any need being bigger than WR next year... except maybe QB. :stirpot:
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  2. VolnTitan

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    Stafford #1? Can you say overrated?
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  3. Smart***Titan

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    They're crazy if they think Harvin will still be there at #31... Most explosive player in college football. I agree that he has had some nagging injuries, but that kid can do everything... and do it well. The Ginn comparisons are crazy... Ginn couldn't hold Harvin's jockstrap.
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  4. KTOWN TITAN

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    I like Maclin.... I like Harvin even more. Yea Stafford going number 1 is a stretch. Knowshon to the Texans... no thank you. That is something I do not want to see.
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  5. KTOWN TITAN

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    That draft is retarded. Crabtree on the board that long.... no. Tebow even coming out next year..... no. Why would we take Maclin over Crabtree or Harvin? I hate that draft. Plus we should have the last pick in the first round!
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  6. Eddyc85

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    To me it seems like Stafford is all about potential. So far I'm not seeing what's so great about him. I suppose he could get better but if not... I mean I'll watch Stafford play and Matt Flynn play and I don't see a difference, and Flynn was a 7th round pick yet Stafford is supposedly #1 overall material? I don't get it.

    Crabtree is tricky though, I could see him slip a little. He plays in a pass heavy offense so you never know. I think he'll be good but it's still a risk. Also if Tebow wins the Heisman again there's no way he stays. If you can be a first round pick you should always go into the draft. Problem with Tebow is I don't think he's that great a passer, at least not on an NFL level and his fullback running style has no chance of working in the NFL. Tebow will either be a 2nd round pick at QB or a 4th round pick at RB/FB IMO, unless he becomes a much better passer.
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  7. Alpha-Centuri

    Alpha-Centuri Where art thou, VY?

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    Micheal Crabtree will be the 1st wr to be taken.. if we were to pick a WR.. and Crabtree was there... it would be idiotic to pass on him.
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  8. The Playmaker

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    Rather have Harvin than Crabtree just about.
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  9. KTOWN TITAN

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    Tebow stays four years no question. He is a better passer than our current starter.
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  10. Eddyc85

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    Why are you so sure he stays? If he wins the Heisman two years in a row his stock will be too high to not go to the pros. That being said I REALLY hope he cant win the Heisman.
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