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  • 2004 Draft Busts

    Which 2004 Draft Busts are most likely to make a comeback
    1st Round:
    1. San Diego - Eli Manning, QB Mississippi
    *Traded to the New York Giants for Philip Rivers and the Giants third-round pick this year and their first and fifth round picks in the 2005 draft.

    2. Oakland - Robert Gallery, OT Iowa
    3. Arizona - Larry Fitgerald, WR Pittsburgh
    4. NY Giants - Philip Rivers, QB North Carolina State
    Traded, along with their third-round pick this year and their first and fifth round picks in the 2005 draft, to San Diego for Eli Manning.

    5. Washington - Sean Taylor, S Miami (Fla)
    6. Cleveland ( from Detroit) - Kellen Winslow Jr, TE Miami (Fla)
    7. Detroit (from Cleveland) - Roy Williams, WR Texas
    8. Atlanta - DeAngelo Hall, CB Virginia Tech
    9. Jacksonville - Reggie Williams, WR Washington
    10. Houston - Dunta Robinson, CB South Carolina
    11. Pittsburgh - Ben Roethlisberger, QB Miami (Ohio)
    12. NY Jets - Jonathan Vilma, LB Miami (Fla)
    13. Buffalo - Lee Evans, WR Wisconsin
    14. Chicago - Tommie Harris, DT Oklahoma
    15. Tampa Bay - Michael Clayton, WR LSU
    16. Philadelphia (from San Francisco) - Shawn Andrews, OT Arkansas
    17. Denver (from Cincinnati) - D.J. Williams, OLB Miami (Fla)
    18. New Orleans - Will Smith, DE Ohio State
    19. Miami (from Minnesota) - Vernon Carey, G Miami (Fla)
    20. Minnesota (from Miami) - Kenechi Udeze, DE USC
    21. New England (from Bal) - Vince Wilfork, DT Miami (Fla)
    22. Buffalo (from Dallas) - J.P. Losman, QB Tulane
    23. Seattle - Marcus Tubbs, DT Texas
    24. St. Louis (from Denver thru Cincinnati) - Steven Jackson, RB Oregon State
    25. Green Bay - Ahmad Carroll, CB Arkansas
    26. Cincinnati (from St. Louis) - Chris Perry, RB Michigan
    27. Houston (from Tennessee) - Jason Babin, DE Western Michigan
    28. Carolina (from Philadelphia thru San Francisco) - Chris Gamble, CB Ohio State
    29. Atlanta (from Indianapolis) - Michael Jenkins, WR Ohio State
    30. Detroit (from Kansas City) - Kevin Jones, RB Virginia Tech
    31. San Francisco (from Carolina) - Rashaun Woods, WR Oklahoma State
    32. New England - Ben Watson, TE Georgia


    Im expecting Gallery to make a turn around but guys like Rashaun Woods and Ahmad Carroll seem beyond a comeback



    Sig thanks to Bonekrusher

  • #2
    Eli Manning, Robert Gallery, Michael Clayton, Kevin Jones

    If you look at it though, it has been a really strong draft with very few true busts and a lot of guys who have turned out to be great players
    Last edited by TheChampIsHere; 07-18-2007, 02:47 PM.

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    • #3
      Chris Perry has been very worthy of his draft position when he's healthy... Only problem is he's never healthy.

      The chances are slim and none that he'll be a Bengal after this season.

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      • #4
        Udeze hasnt lived up his 1st round status yet, but we will see.



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        • #5
          Originally posted by The Dynasty View Post
          Udeze hasnt lived up his 1st round status yet, but we will see.
          If he can't play with the DT's he has next to him I don't see him getting any better.

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          • #6
            J.P. Losman.

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            • #7
              Man, what a great freakin' draft. Might be the strongest first round crop we've seen in quite some time.

              Busts:

              Reggie Williams
              Robert Gallery
              Kenichi Udeze
              Ahmad Carroll
              Jason Babin
              Rashaun Woods
              Chris Perry

              Disappointments (not up to snuff yet):

              Eli Manning
              JP Losman
              Kevin Jones
              Michael Clayton
              Michael Jenkins



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              • #8
                Originally posted by bsaza2358 View Post
                Man, what a great freakin' draft. Might be the strongest first round crop we've seen in quite some time.

                Busts:

                Reggie Williams
                Robert Gallery
                Kenichi Udeze
                Ahmad Carroll
                Jason Babin
                Rashaun Woods
                Chris Perry

                Disappointments (not up to snuff yet):

                Eli Manning
                JP Losman
                Kevin Jones
                Michael Clayton
                Michael Jenkins
                jones has done well imo and losman did good last year so they are both on the right track.

                as far as my fellow Patriots
                Wilfork was certainly a steal while Watson just needs to be consistent. Hes a great weapon but he needs to consistently read defenses and consistently catch ti

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by ATLDirtyBirds View Post
                  J.P. Losman.
                  Not to me. He improved the second half last year and I think he needs one more year to see if he's a bust or not.

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                  • #10
                    Its kind of funny because the Packers only have 2 players left from the 2004 draft class. 7th round pick center Scott Wells and 6th round pick DT Corey Williams.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by remix 6 View Post
                      jones has done well imo and losman did good last year so they are both on the right track.
                      I agree that they are on the right track, but they still have not performed consistently enough to warrant non-disappointment status.



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                      • #12
                        rashaun woods is done, i don't believe that he is in the league anymore

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                        • #13
                          The Rashaun Woods comeback should commence any moment. Brace yourself.
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                          My Grandfather

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                          • #14
                            9. Jacksonville - Reggie Williams, WR Washington
                            What a flop he turned out to be

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                            • #15
                              I see no reason to believe Robert Gallery will ever improve.

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