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[DRAFT] FBG Polling Mock (1 Viewer)

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  • Jason Allen

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  • DeMeco Ryans

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  • Thomas Howard

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  • Marcus McNeill

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  • Johnathan Joseph

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  • Leonard Pope

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  • Nick Mangold

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  • Davin Joseph

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  • Marcedes Lewis

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Chaos Commish

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They took Mario with the first first in this mock. That filled one of their 20 some odd needs. Pick a Jet.

ETA: Marcus McNeill takes this one...

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RESULTS:

1.01 Texans Reggie Bush 80%

1.02 Saints D'Brick Ferguson 54%

1.03 Titans Matt Leinart 81%

1.04 Jets Mario Williams 86%

1.05 Packers AJ Hawk 73%

1.06 49ers Vernon Davis 70%

1.07 Raiders Vince Young 59%

1.08 Bills Winston Justice 58%

1.09 Lions Michael Huff 54%

1.10 Cardinals Jay Cutler 46%

1.11 Rams Haloti Ngata 48%

1.12 Browns Brodrick Bunkley 44%

1.13 Ravens Jimmy Williams 45%

1.14 Eagles Chad Jackson 27%

1.15 Broncos Santonio Holmes* 37%

1.16 Dolphins Antonio Cromartie 22%

1.17 Vikings Ernie Sims 52%

1.18 Cowboys Manny Lawson 29%

1.19 Chargers Tye Hill 29%

1.20 Chiefs Eric Winston 23%

1.21 Patriots DeAngelo Williams 47%

1.22 Forty Niners Chad Greenway 37%

1.23 Buccaneers Kamerion Wimbley 23%

1.24 Bengals Donte Whitner 28%

1.25 Giants Bobby Carpenter 40%

1.26 Bears Sinorice Moss 33%

1.27 Panthers LenDale White 30%

1.28 Jaguars Laurence Maroney 28%[

1.29 Jets Marcus McNeill 39%/b]

 
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with their second first round selection, I think the J-E-T-S will go for the other line, Marcus Mcneill is the obvious pick here since pre injury he was believed to be a top 10 talent and he will be gone by number 35 because Houston is known to covet him, Mangold was a possibility here but the signing of Trey Teague obviates the need for a center. It is with this Pick in mind that Mangini and co, know that trading up was the wrong thing to do. getting two studs, in Williams and McNeill, If he returns to pre Injury form, one for each line has them dancing in the streets.

with another choice coming up it is imperative that the J-E-T-S pick the guy they know wont be here in 6 picks and McNeil is the guy, anyone else may still be there at 35, but for certain McNeill wont be

 
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with their second first round selection, I think the J-E-T-S will go for the other line, Marcus Mcneill is the obvious pick here since pre injury he was believed to be a top 10 talent and he will be gone by number 35 because Houston is known to covet him, Mangold was a possibility here but the signing of Trey Teague obviates the need for a center. It is with this Pick in mind that Mangini and co, know that trading up was the wrong thing to do. getting two studs, in Williams and McNeill, If he returns to pre Injury form, one for each line has them dancing in the streets.
I voted the same. I almost included another OT, but I didn't have enough options, and from what I'm reading the drop off after McNeill has grown. I like Whitworth and College and Scott plenty, but they are getting downgraded by experts, so we'll see. If someone thinks McNeill's back drops him more, say so and pick another OT, but I think Mangold or Joseph is the call in that event. Could be the Jets see the depth at OT and wait, but I like McNeill.
 
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the biggest factor to me is that Houston is said to have targeted him as the 2nd round pick almost since the end of last year. McNeil was a definite top ten at a this time last year andthe Jets can use some luck here as well

 
McNeil is the perfect fit at RT for the Jets. He's also a good value here at the end of the first, whereas the runningbacks on the board would be a reach.

 
McNeil is the perfect fit at RT for the Jets. He's also a good value here at the end of the first, whereas the runningbacks on the board would be a reach.
exactly exalted, the fact that the J-E-T-S have another Pick in 6 picks makes it important to target a guy who has no chance of being there at 35. So McNeill not only is a Pefect fit for the team and a great value as you say but he also fits the scenario of someone who will definitely be gone, part of drafting is analizing who others will pick around you and maximizing the returns
 
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was tempted to go Safety here butI cant see anybody between this pick and the next pick going there so Mcneill is the right pick here I think.

 
was tempted to go Safety here butI cant see anybody between this pick and the next pick going there so Mcneill is the right pick here I think.
I'm going to wrap this one up early. I think we have the right guy. McKenzie and Fabini are gone. Jones is capable, but this is a perfect meeting of needs and value. Just another thought. If the back is really an issue, it's the type of thing that will allow most athletes to play at a high level for four or five years (or until about age 28-30) as long as they take care of it and develop core strength. It's spinal stenosis, a narrowing of the spinal canal cause by calcium deposits. It is operable. They just scrape the calcium and open the thing up. LJ Smith had surgery for it, and is apparently fine. Fwiw, as a Cowboy fan, I would rather have McNeill than Fabini.
 

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