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    I think I bombed at both of them......Had the first 4 picks in the mock, but it quickly fell apart after that. Only had the Giants and Pierre Paul past there. I've never been very good with mocks. So that should be 10.

    And with the JI mock, I did great early on with Matthews and Pouncey going well before my picks (And I had Mathews to SD, who they traded up for). Also got great value on Nate Allen. Of course, I got some awful values with Cam Thomas and Brandon Lang to SD (But I was somewhat proud that both of them did end up going to SD, so I had the right player to the right team, just in the wrong places), and Austen Lane to DAL.

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    I got 10 on DH's as for the JI Mock I had Pitt taking Wordlis 3rd round not taking 2nd round and Jonathan Dwyer 2nd round when they got him 6th round . As for the Panthers I picked them to get Tony Pike thats pretty much it.

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    i think i had 13 points as well...

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    I got 11

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    Sorry I meant to start this thread but I'm getting my butt whooped in residency. Also I knew that I wasn't in contention which decreased my motivation even more, lol . I hit the first 4 too then my mock just went down the crapper.

    10 measly points for me.

    Right now it seems that 13 is the number to beat. We'll see if it gets beaten. If not that will be the lowest winning total in the long storied history of the DF Draft Competition (3 years now : )

    If memory serves me correct Santino took it with 19 or 20 points last year. This year's first round was just wild, starting with Alulu, the drop of Clausen, Tebow rising, Dez falling, 4 corners in round 1, crazy number of trades etc..., fun times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Harris View Post

    Right now it seems that 13 is the number to beat. We'll see if it gets beaten. If not that will be the lowest winning total in the long storied history of the DF Draft Competition (3 years now : )
    Hey, now!

    I got 13, and haven't said anything b/c it's not exactly something to brag about

    But c'mon now, I just "backed in" the way the Jets did, right?
    Last edited by Green Jets & Ham; 05-11-2010 at 01:50 AM.

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    I got 15 if my math is right. I got Bradford, Suh, McCoy, Haden, Berry, and Pouncey all in the right slots and teams (12 points), and Ryan Matthews, Sergio Kindle, and Taylor Mays all to the correct teams (3 points). The rest of the predictions were a total mess though lol.

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    Just like everyone else, I didn't do so well. I was correct on Sam Bradford, Eric Berry, Joe Haden, Jason Pierre-Paul, Jermaine Gresham, Jerry Hughes, and had Taylor Mays to the 49ers... -- and most importantly KYLE WILSON to the JETS!

    I got that one right, and nobody else did. Well maybe one person. But I was right! NaNaNaPooPoo

    And I got cute with the 1st 3 picks. Should have had Suh and McCoy at 2 and 3 like everyone else.

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    I got 12 points, once I saw someone got 13 I stopped tallying, oh well

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    Quote Originally Posted by SyracuseJet View Post
    I got 15 if my math is right. I got Bradford, Suh, McCoy, Haden, Berry, and Pouncey all in the right slots and teams (12 points), and Ryan Matthews, Sergio Kindle, and Taylor Mays all to the correct teams (3 points). The rest of the predictions were a total mess though lol.
    Nice work Cuse!

    15's a bit more respectable

    We'll give it a few more days to see if it holds up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Harris View Post
    Nice work Cuse!

    15's a bit more respectable

    We'll give it a few more days to see if it holds up.
    I also have 15. No way that's the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMikeIsHot View Post
    I also have 15. No way that's the best.
    Ya I'd feel guilty if we won with such a bad score lol.

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    1.Cincinnati - Jason Pierre-Paul. DE

    2. New England -Jared Odrick, NT

    3. Green Bay - Maurkice Pouncey, C

    4. Philadelphia - Carlos Dunlap, DE

    5. Baltimore -Devin McCourty, CB

    6. Arizona -Jermaine Gresham, TE

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    Quote Originally Posted by SyracuseJet View Post
    Ya I'd feel guilty if we won with such a bad score lol.
    So I guess you and Mike are the big winners. Congratulations.

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