|01-11-2007, 12:24 AM||#1|
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Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: Franklin TN
Looking back, 2nd annual mock draft.
So I thought we could revisit the 05 mock draft (2nd annual) and see how we all did. Two seasons in and you should be getting an idea what these players can do. The original thread is here.
35. Arizona (from Philadelphia) - BFDD HB Marion Barber, Minnesota
654 yards, and 14 TD's. Picked in the 4th round by Dallas I think without Julius Jones, Barber could be a 1000 yard rusher.
44. Arizona - BFDD- CB Fabian Washington, Nebraska
40 tkl, 4 int's, 11 passes defended. Picked in the 1st round by Oakland Washington helped bring the lowley Raiders to the number 3 over all defense.
49. Arizona (from Minnesota) - BFDD- TE Alex Smith, Stanford
35 receptions, 250 yards, and 3 TD's. Picked in the 3rd round by Tampa Smith can be a pass catching TE if he had some stability at QB
60. Arizona (from Indianapolis) - BFDD- LB Lance Mitchell, Oklahoma
Mitchell released 2 games into the season due to injury. Picked in the 5th round by the Cardinals Mitchell was actualy drafted by the Cardinals.
63. Arizona (from Philadelphia) - BFDD- QB Charlie Frye, Akron
2454 yards, 10 TD's, and a completion percentage of 64%. Picked in the 3rd round by the Browns Frye has struggled, but so did Garcia in Cleveland, and Garcia has been playing lights out for Philli. I say give him fitzgerald and bolden and you have a better QB then leinart
All in all, I think I drafted at least 4 starters for the Cardinals and addressed allot of their teams needs at the time. Washington is playing on par if not better than Antrel Rolle (who was Arizona’s first round pick that year). Frye and Leinart played roughly the same this past year. Barber had roughly half the yards of Edgerrin James, but almost tripled the amount of TD’s. Smith outplayed the Cardinals current TE Leonard Pope (drafted in last years 3rd round). Mitchell is the only bust out of my draft.
How did you guys fair?