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    2005 nfl draft round 2

    In hindsight who would you have liked to have had if u could do it all over again.


    1. (33) San Francisco 49ers - David Baas, C/OG Michigan

    2. (34) Cleveland Browns - Brodney Pool, S Oklahoma

    3. (35) Philadelphia Eagles (from Miami) - Reggie Brown, WR Georgia

    4. (36) Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Barrett Ruud, ILB Nebraska

    5. (37) Detroit Lions(from Tennessee) - Shaun Cody, DT USC

    6. (38) Oakland Raiders - Stanford Routt, CB Houston

    7. (39) Chicago Bears - Mark Bradley, WR Oklahoma

    8. (40) New Orleans (from Washington) - Josh Bullocks*, S Nebraska

    9. (41) Tennessee Titans (from Detroit Lions) - Michael Roos, OT Eastern Washington

    10.(42) Dallas Cowboys - Kevin Burnett, LB Tennessee

    11. (43) New York Giants - Corey Webster, CB LSU

    12. (44) Arizona Cardinals - J.J. Arrington, RB California

    13. (45) Seattle (from Carolina) - Lofa Tatupu, ILB USC

    14. (46) Miami (from Kansas City) - Matt Roth, DE Iowa

    15. (47) NY Jets (from Oakland) - Mike Nugent, K Ohio State

    16. (48) Cincinnati Bengals - Odell Thurman, ILB Georgia

    17. (49) Minnesota Vikings - Marcus Johnson, OG/OT Mississippi

    18. (50) St. Louis Rams - Ronald Bartell Jr., CB Howard

    19. (51) Green Bay (from New Orleans) - Nick Collins, CB Bethune-Cookman

    20. (52) Jacksonville Jaguars - Khalif Barnes, OT Washington

    21. (53) Baltimore Ravens - Dan Cody, DE/OLB Oklahoma

    22. (54) Carolina Panthers (from Seattle) - Eric Shelton, RB Louisville

    23. (55) Buffalo Bills - Roscoe Parrish*, WR Miami (Fla)

    24. (56) Denver Broncos - Darrent Williams, CB Oklahoma State

    25. (57) New York Jets - Justin Miller, CB Clemson

    26. (58) Green Bay Packers - Terrence Murphy, WR Texas A&M

    27. (59) Atlanta Falcons - Jonathan Babineaux, DT Iowa

    28. (60) Indianapolis Colts - Kelvin Hayden, CB Illinois

    29. (61) San Diego Chargers - Vincent Jackson, WR Northern Colorado

    30. (62) Pittsburgh Steelers - Bryant McFadden, CB Florida State

    31. (63) Philadelphia Eagles - Matt McCoy, OLB San Diego State

    32. (64) Baltimore Ravens (from New England) - Adam Terry, OT Syracuse
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    wow what a crappy round for the entire league.

    Its pretty easy to me. Roos and tatupa

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    Considering where we picked, V. Jackson and Hayden/Mcfadden

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    Pretty crappy round but it doesn't excuse taking a damn kicker in round 2.

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    i remember posting (many times) how nuts it was taking a kicker at 47 back in '05..

    as far as hindsight, hell i would have taken justin miller at 47 before flat out wasting a 1st day pick on nugent..

    a kicker for goodness sake..

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    Quote Originally Posted by VincenzoTestaverde View Post
    Pretty crappy round but it doesn't excuse taking a damn kicker in round 2.
    When the Raiders took Janikowski in the 2000 draft they could have had Chad or Shaun Alexander instead..

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    drafting in hindsight is pretty much the most gutless draft related activity one can participate in... yeah it's easy to draft when you know the results. Doing it without knowing what's gonna happen, that's the trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitonti View Post
    drafting in hindsight is pretty much the most gutless draft related activity one can participate in... yeah it's easy to draft when you know the results. Doing it without knowing what's gonna happen, that's the trick.
    that's fair..

    but how about if it's taking a got dang kicker with a day 1 pick??

    does that make any more sense this morning than it did draft day '05??

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    stayed where we were and taken heath miller

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    29. (61) San Diego Chargers - Vincent Jackson, WR Northern Colorado

    30. (62) Pittsburgh Steelers - Bryant McFadden, CB Florida State

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    Bits right is is kind of gutless to second guess draft classes. Besides both the Jets AND Pats whiffed in that round.

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    Nick Collins and Vincent Jackson

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    You package them and go after Reggie Brown...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitonti View Post
    drafting in hindsight is pretty much the most gutless draft related activity one can participate in... yeah it's easy to draft when you know the results. Doing it without knowing what's gonna happen, that's the trick.
    This is true, the only problem is that when you do make a decision on draft day people jump all over you telling you to wait 5 years. The only thing more gutless than bringing up the hindsite stuff is is not making a judgement on players the day they are drafted.

    In this case there is pretty well none of this hindsight bull**** because a lot people hated the pick when it was made. A good many people said it was idiotic to draft a kicker in the 2nd round. Guess they were right.

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    Vincent Jackson and Bryant McFadden. Although at the time I was ecstatic that Justin Miller had dropped that far to us, the same was I was ecstatic that Derrick Strait had fallen to us in the third round years earlier. They both turned out well , kinda makes me think there's a legit reason why some of these supposed first round talents drop to later rounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage69 View Post
    When the Raiders took Janikowski in the 2000 draft they could have had Chad or Shaun Alexander instead..
    An even bigger disaster was when they took Michael Huff in '06. Raiders passed up Cutler and Ngata. Even Matt Leinart would have been a better selection at that spot.

    They pass up Calvin Johnson for Jamarcus Russell. I think Russel will be ok but Calvin Johnson is going to be the best WR in the league the next several years.

    And to top it all off they take DHB over Raji, Eugene Monroe, Michael Crabtree and Orakpo this year.


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    nick colllins (CB/FS) & vincent jackson (WR)

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    mcfadden, no question in my mind. he would have been a great help the last 2 seasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beerfish View Post
    A good many people said it was idiotic to draft a kicker in the 2nd round. Guess they were right.
    yeh and remember the guy everyone wanted was Khalif Barnes.

    the year Bryan Thomas was drafted everyone wanted Mike Rumph.

    or the year they took Gholston, everyone wanted DMC (who was off the board)... still haven't heard a good answer to the question of ok if you didn't want Gholston who should the Jets taken at 6 overall?

    is it idiotic to draft a kicker in the 2nd round... maybe it is... but the key to answering that question is who were you going to take instead? in a Kenny OBrien/Dan Marino situation that's clearly a mistake... but these other picks there are shades of grey... Would it have been better to take Khalif Barnes and not take Brick the next year? I don't believe so.

    there's no guaruntee that not drafting the kicker leaves you better off, they could have drafted another stinker.

    Ask me, drafting Nugent was playing with house money, because up until a week prior to the draft they were going to use a first rounder on Justin Miller. They got him in the 2nd and traded for another 2nd... and Miller, for all his problems, turned out to be a pro bowl returner.

    here's another KEY part of that trade that few remember: They used the extra 6th rounders to trade up in the 4th round to get Kerry Rhodes. So maybe, without the Doug Jolley deal, they don't have Rhodes. There's so many variables in the draft, I think it's cherry picking to say that was a bad pick. IN and of itself maybe it's bad but the dominoes fall a certain way every year and you can't stack em back up again in hindsight.

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