Did everyone have a great Xmas? I did. It sucks that we have to back to school though.
12 years agoWanaB
Just to let you all know whatever Jirf says isnt true. He lies about every thing!! if he said he was popular. He isn't no one likes him.
He got in an argument with me and he said he is going to kill me. i said i have everyone on the golf team on my side... and he said he had almost all the seniors on his side... not even they like him... i was talking to my friend and i said that mabey he should sit with his own kind like Nathatn Boyer, james mesi, and brandon adair...all unpopular people. She just laughed and laughed. i agree with myself too.
if you thin jirf has lied to you then comment a lie you think he said and ill tell you if its true or not.
12 years agoWanaB
1 Oakland JaMarcus Russell QB
2 Detroit Calvin Johnson WR
3 Cleveland Joe Thomas OL
4 Tampa Bay Gaines Adams DE
5 Arizona Levi Brown OT
6 Washington LaRon Landry DB
7 Minnesota Adrian Peterson RB
8 Atlanta Jamaal Anderson DE
9 Miami Ted Ginn Jr. FL
10 Houston Amobi Okoye DT
11 San Francisco Patrick Willis LB
12 Buffalo Marshawn Lynch RB
13 St. Louis Adam Carriker DE
14 NY Jets Darrelle Revis CB
15 Pittsburgh Lawrence Timmons LB
16 Green Bay Justin Harrell DT
17 Denver Jarvis Moss DE
18 Cincinnati Leon Hall CB
19 Tennessee Michael Griffin S
20 NY Giants Aaron Ross CB
21 Jacksonville Reggie Nelson S
22 Cleveland Brady Quinn QB
23 Kansas City Dwayne Bowe WR
24 New England Brandon Meriweather CB
25 Carolina Jon Beason OLB
26 Dallas Anthony Spencer DE
27 New Orleans Robert Meachem WR
28 San Francisco Joe Staley OL
29 Baltimore Ben Grubbs OG
30 San Diego Craig Davis WR
31 Chicago Greg Olsen TE
32 Indianapolis Anthony Gonzalez SE
12 years agoWanaB
1. Oakland Raiders Ã¢â‚¬" LSU quarterback JaMarcus Russell. The Raiders have plenty of options, but this will come down to picking a quarterback or wide receiver. Johnson has the highest grade, Russell has the strongest arm and Quinn is the best fit for the new coaching staff's scheme. With the Browns sitting at No. 3, that could shake things up in any possible deal between the Buccaneers and Raiders. The only real chance for a trade for No. 1 is if the Bucs were to pull the Lions into the mix and have them move down to No. 4. That would allow the Raiders to secure the quarterback at No. 2 and Johnson to land in Tampa Bay. At the end of the day, my gut feeling here is that if the Raiders keep the pick, it will be Russell. But if a deal can be reached, they very well could end up with Quinn a few picks later.
Cleveland 3. Cleveland Browns Ã¢â‚¬" Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn. The Browns would now be sitting pretty if the draft plays out this way or if the Raiders and Bucs make a deal. They might have the choice of picking either a possible franchise quarterback or running back. If JaMarcus Russell is still on the board, I believe he is their top choice.
Minnesota 7. Minnesota Vikings Ã¢â‚¬" Oklahoma running back Adrian Peterson. I took considerable heat for this pick initially, given the production of tailback Chester Taylor last season. However, others have gotten on the bandwagon as drafting Peterson could really aid in the development of the teamÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s new signal caller and passing game as a whole.
Houston 10. Houston Texans Ã¢â‚¬" Louisville defensive tackle Amobi Okoye. Okoye would fit well with the franchise's top two picks from last year Ã¢â‚¬" defensive end Mario Williams and middle linebacker DeMeco Ryans. However, they could also seek a trade down for cornerbacks Leon Hall or Darrelle Revis.
San Francisco 11. San Francisco 49ers Ã¢â‚¬" Michigan defensive tackle Alan Branch. The 49ers need a front-line playmaker in order to make the full-time switch to a 3-4 scheme and they believe Branch provides them with the best interior nose tackle for that scheme. However, if the 49ers feel there will be a run on linebackers before they can get their hands on one, they might take Patrick Willis and attempt to make a deal back up to grab a guy such as TennesseeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Justin Harrell. They have also shown a lot of interest in NebraskaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Adam Carriker throughout this process.
13. St. Louis Rams Ã¢â‚¬" Nebraska defensive lineman Adam Carriker. The Rams have fallen short when drafting defensive linemen, but if the 49ers were to take Willis or Branch, it is very possible the Rams would switch to Carriker at this spot. If not, they are likely to stay on the defensive side of the ball and select Pittsburgh cornerback/return man Darrelle Revis.
32. Indianapolis Colts Ã¢â‚¬" Ohio State wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez. Gonzalez is a smart, athletic, high-character receiver that would fit perfectly for their No. 3 role now that Brandon Stokley is gone. The Colts will also take a serious look at Hampton linebacker Justin Durant at this choice or could drop back a few slots and take him early in the second round.
22. Dallas Cowboys Ã¢â‚¬" Ohio State wide receiver/return man Ted Ginn Jr. The Cowboys have secured most of their positions of need through free agency, which opens the door for either a deal down or for them taking a gamble on a player such as Ginn or even Marshawn Lynch.
12 years agoWanaB
School is such a drag. u go to school for 8 hours. go home do yer homework... and for what? All u want to do is get good grades and be able to get into college. I go to school to make friends and talk to them. Is getting good grades stupid at yur school? i hope not. that is when social status is at an al l time high.
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