Originally Posted by SpringStein
I thought Huff was a S. No?
My bad. I guess he is. I havent seen him much but he didnt really catch my eye. I think there are better prospects still on the board. Denver really needs to continue accumulating draft picks for 2006. Hopefully we can make a deal for Pierce for a 5th or higher. Just keep accumulating picks. This should be a pretty good draft, almost as rich as 2004. Very deep along the lines which is just our luck. Hopefully we can get up to around 10 picks in the first 5 rounds. We already might have a chance at 8. 2 in round 1, 1 in round 2, likely 2 in round 3 because i think we will get a high compensatory for Hayward and Herndon's combined impact, esp. if Hayward has a Berry esque season playing next to those DTs and prolly a later compensatory such as a 6th or something for Kennedy. We got 2 in the 4th due to the Redskins trade. And if Kenoy plays really well, that compensatory sixth could bump up to a 5th. That would put us squarely at 9 over the first 5 rounds. Just give me another pick or two in the first 5 rounds and if we play our cards right on draft day we can totally remake the roster without spending alot of cash in FA.
We will prolly not select a single CB or LB. Maybe at most 1 CB. Depending on the progress of Browner and LeSueur we wont have to worry about Safety either although if Bing falls like he did in this projection you gotta jump on it. God willing, Watts will come through this season so we dont have to tie down more resources at WR. Just get us about 45 for 600 Darius and I'll feel comfortable passing on WR altogether until Day 2. The Putz needs to do something big as well. And Bell. These three are absolutely key. All three have to step up, prolly most importantly Bell and Watts. If Bell continues to falter, I wouldnt be opposed to spending Washington's pick on Lendale White, depending on who else is available. He has the power for our inside runs, with great vision and underrated speed. He is much more consistent, although less explosive than Bush. He is a jackhammer, a real talent. Hopefully the young trio above performs well so we can just focus on the lines. Ideally, the first three picks should be, in some order, OT, DE and DT. Get us a real beast guard in FA to take over for Cooper, slide Hamilton to center and hope Myers is ready by that point and we are good to go. You get 9 or 10 picks in the first five rounds in a fairly deep draft, it shouldnt be that hard to find 3 quality first year contributors. Hell we are prolly going to get at least 2 quality contributors this year in Darrent Williams and Foxworth and this was a **** draft year. We can get 3 or 4 guys, prolly the latter to help us out from Day 1 from our 2006 class just based on sheer numerical probability.