2009 Madden Mock Draft 4-6

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Posted April 1st, 2009 at 3:01 pm

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The first three selections in the 2009 Madden Mock Draft could well be the same ones chosen on NFL Draft day. However now is where the picks start to deviate from what the normal mocks out there are predicting. Remember this is not my mock of what I expect to go down on April 25th. Instead it is a look at the players teams might choose based on who would help them the most in Madden 10 and beyond.

Picks 4-6 belong to the Seahawks, Browns, and Bengals. Continue on to view those selections and leave your thoughts in the comments.

#4 – Seattle Seahawks – Mark Sanchez – QB – USC

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I promised some surprises and here is the first one. The conventional choice here would’ve been either Michael Crabtree or Eugene Monroe. Crabtree probably would’ve been the guy until I thought about a more creative option. Taking Crabtree would complete a very good foursome at WR along with Jon Carlson at TE. I don’t believe though that having a 4th very good receiver is that huge of a deal in Madden when the team could run mostly out of 2 WR or 3 WR sets or get by with an average guy as the 4th.

So here is where taking Sanchez makes sense. By having him come in he will be prepared as the successor to Matt Hasselbeck. This frees up Seneca Wallace to play WR full time and also run some Wildcat. So basically the team would have the four WRs that Crabtree would’ve made up only a better outlook longterm with Sanchez waiting in the wings.

#5 – Cleveland Browns – Malcom Jenkins – CB – Ohio State

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There were a couple different directions that would make sense for the Browns. On defense they could use help in the secondary and a pass rusher out of the 3-4. Because of that Jenkins and Brian Orakpo were on the list. On offense a running back might be a beneficial choice but taking someone like Beanie Wells would’ve been a stretch this high when Jamal Lewis will remain sufficient. I couldn’t ignore the thought of teaming up Braylon Edwards with Michael Crabtree or Jeremy Maclin either.

In the end the decision was made to go with Jenkins. Given that users rarely control a CB having someone who can cover is critical. You can always control a LB or DE and attempt to get pressure.

#6 – Cincinnati Bengals – Eugene Monroe – OT – Virginia

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With Crabtree slipping some here was another place he could’ve gone. Losing Houshmandzadeh means they could use a threat across from Chad Johnson. Putting BJ Raji or Brian Orakpo on the defensive line was considered as well.

However the biggest need for the Bengals is on the offensive line. Losing Stacy Andrews just made it an even more glaring deficiency. Eugene Monroe should be rated along with Jason Smith as the top lineman in the draft.

Check back in a few days for the next three picks in the Madden Mock Draft! Previous: 1-3

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  • Slick Nic

    How does a backup QB make the Seahawks better in Madden 10? I can't imagine Seneca's receiver ratings are going to be as good as any fourth string receivers. Wallace is not a playmaker. He adds ZERO value to the Seahawks as a replacement level receiver. Wouldn't a potential gamechanger like Crabtree or a beast of an interior lineman like BJ Raji make more sense? Even in the Madden world? Or they could upgrade the O-Line and actually keep Hasselbeck healthy. Bad form, Padre.

    • http://www.intensedebate.com/people/dburba dburba

      Yeah, basically this would be giving the Seahawks a different, marginally better backup QB (who cares?) and a guy who probably wouldn't start at WR on any NFL team–well, maybe the Bears.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/dburba dburba

      Yeah, basically this would be giving the Seahawks a different, marginally better backup (who cares?) and a guy who probably wouldn't start at WR on any NFL team–well, maybe the Bears.

  • Slick Nic

    How does a backup QB make the Seahawks better in Madden 10? I can't imagine Seneca's receiver ratings are going to be as good as any fourth string receivers. Wallace is not a playmaker. He adds ZERO value to the Seahawks as a replacement level receiver. Wouldn't a potential gamechanger like Crabtree or a beast of an interior lineman like BJ Raji make more sense? Even in the Madden world? Or they could upgrade the O-Line and actually keep Hasselbeck healthy. Bad form, Padre.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/dburba dburba

      Yeah, basically this would be giving the Seahawks a different, marginally better backup (who cares?) and a guy who probably wouldn't start at WR on any NFL team–well, maybe the Bears.

    • http://www.intensedebate.com/people/dburba dburba

      Yeah, basically this would be giving the Seahawks a different, marginally better backup QB (who cares?) and a guy who probably wouldn't start at WR on any NFL team–well, maybe the Bears.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/acreyman acreyman

    I never thought Wallace would make a good QB in the NFL. I was at the Humanitarian Bowl in Boise when he played Boise State and I was not impressed. Wallace would be a good fit in the Wildcat though but how often is that going to happen in Seattle? I think this pick is wishfull thinking on Pasta's part because he is a Seattle fan but I have a feeling Sanchez will be the first QB taken. He really tore it up in the combines. My ? for the draft is where is Ian Johnson going?

    With Michael Vick getting released from prison soon and the Wildcat Formation getting more popular I would not be surprised to see another NFL team give Vick a shot. The only ? is will he be allowed by the commish to play.

    • ooooooooooooooo

      He "Tore it up at the combine"? I watched him there on NFL network he did not do that he was ok tho. he tore it up at his pro day tho.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/rezluk Rezluk

      Vick will be signed by a UFL team as his second chance(United Football League). I still say they should have kept the XFL around for a second league but everyone thought thy were trying to compete with the NFL lol

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/acreyman acreyman

    I never thought Wallace would make a good QB in the NFL. I was at the Humanitarian Bowl in Boise when he played Boise State and I was not impressed. Wallace would be a good fit in the Wildcat though but how often is that going to happen in Seattle? I think this pick is wishfull thinking on Pasta's part because he is a Seattle fan but I have a feeling Sanchez will be the first QB taken. He really tore it up in the combines. My ? for the draft is where is Ian Johnson going?

    With Michael Vick getting released from prison soon and the Wildcat Formation getting more popular I would not be surprised to see another NFL team give Vick a shot. The only ? is will he be allowed by the commish to play.

    • ooooooooooooooo

      He "Tore it up at the combine"? I watched him there on NFL network he did not do that he was ok tho. he tore it up at his pro day tho.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/rezluk Rezluk

      Vick will be signed by a UFL team as his second chance(United Football League). I still say they should have kept the XFL around for a second league but everyone thought thy were trying to compete with the NFL lol

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/mculberson mculberson

    I'd have to agree here. I don't see the Seahawks needing to get someone like Sanchez right now. Even in Madden world. They would be much better served with a playmaker that will have an impact now like Crabtree, or some help on the OL. I think Sanchez is overrated anyway just because he's from USC. He's inexperienced and still has a lot to prove.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/lalo1987 lalo1987

      very true x2 on that

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/rezluk Rezluk

      Il be holnest I said the same about Carson Palmer and I also thought the patriots would tank after Cassell was named the starter. As much as I hate to say this USC has had some good quality qbs but on that note i dont think hes first round worthy nor do i believe the seahawks need him. Sanchez to me is a 2nd to 3rd round guy who hopefully can watch for a few years and then step up. I dont see him haveing a winning record whereever he may be drafted.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/okafor43 okafor43

      they could use help at OL walter jones is 35 but hasslebeck is also 33 and has been injury riddled. this pick they can afford to wait and build. last time i heard qb's from usc arent too shabby now a days. you talk about inexperience. Cassel didnt even get off the bench at USC and look now where he is at. They just signed Houshmandzadah so throwing more money at another reciever wouldnt make sense plus they still have deion branch.

      • http://intensedebate.com/people/mculberson mculberson

        Okay, okafor43, I'll give you Carson Palmer. But that's it. I will stick by my claim that USC QBs are overrated. Matt Leinart anyone? How's he doing these days. He can't even crack the starting line-up in Arizona and it took an aging ex-grocery store bagger to come in and lead that team.

        How's John David Booty looking these days? And Matt Cassell? Let's not get to excited about what he did last season. He did take over an offense that was one of the best all-time in 2007. From 4800 yards to 3600, and 50 TDs to 21 TDs. Pretty big drop off if you ask me. You'll see the real Matt Cassell this season in Kansas City. How he went from zero to hero is beyond me. It would have been hard to find a QB, starter or backup, in the NFL who couldn't have stepped into that offense and at least have a decent season.

        I honestly didn't know Seattle signed Houshmandzadah, so it's obvious they aren't going to be looking WR in the draft, so my bet is with the OL.

        Peace

        • http://intensedebate.com/people/okafor43 okafor43

          Booty hasnt had the chance to play and well …when Lineart puts the beer bong down and pick up a play book he has shown he can be a pretty decent qb, he lost out to Warner cause the coaches that are hired in arizona are tired of the rovolving door so they went with the win now approach and that is Warner. Usc has good qb's cause they play and are coached by an ex nfl hc. making them attractive on the next level.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/mculberson mculberson

    I'd have to agree here. I don't see the Seahawks needing to get someone like Sanchez right now. Even in Madden world. They would be much better served with a playmaker that will have an impact now like Crabtree, or some help on the OL. I think Sanchez is overrated anyway just because he's from USC. He's inexperienced and still has a lot to prove.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/lalo1987 lalo1987

      very true x2 on that

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/rezluk Rezluk

      Il be holnest I said the same about Carson Palmer and I also thought the patriots would tank after Cassell was named the starter. As much as I hate to say this USC has had some good quality qbs but on that note i dont think hes first round worthy nor do i believe the seahawks need him. Sanchez to me is a 2nd to 3rd round guy who hopefully can watch for a few years and then step up. I dont see him haveing a winning record whereever he may be drafted.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/okafor43 okafor43

      they could use help at OL walter jones is 35 but hasslebeck is also 33 and has been injury riddled. this pick they can afford to wait and build. last time i heard qb's from usc arent too shabby now a days. you talk about inexperience. Cassel didnt even get off the bench at USC and look now where he is at. They just signed Houshmandzadah so throwing more money at another reciever wouldnt make sense plus they still have deion branch.

      • http://intensedebate.com/people/mculberson mculberson

        Okay, okafor43, I'll give you Carson Palmer. But that's it. I will stick by my claim that USC QBs are overrated. Matt Leinart anyone? How's he doing these days. He can't even crack the starting line-up in Arizona and it took an aging ex-grocery store bagger to come in and lead that team.

        How's John David Booty looking these days? And Matt Cassell? Let's not get to excited about what he did last season. He did take over an offense that was one of the best all-time in 2007. From 4800 yards to 3600, and 50 TDs to 21 TDs. Pretty big drop off if you ask me. You'll see the real Matt Cassell this season in Kansas City. How he went from zero to hero is beyond me. It would have been hard to find a QB, starter or backup, in the NFL who couldn't have stepped into that offense and at least have a decent season.

        I honestly didn't know Seattle signed Houshmandzadah, so it's obvious they aren't going to be looking WR in the draft, so my bet is with the OL.

        Peace

        • http://intensedebate.com/people/okafor43 okafor43

          Booty hasnt had the chance to play and well …when Lineart puts the beer bong down and pick up a play book he has shown he can be a pretty decent qb, he lost out to Warner cause the coaches that are hired in arizona are tired of the rovolving door so they went with the win now approach and that is Warner. Usc has good qb's cause they play and are coached by an ex nfl hc. making them attractive on the next level.

  • u know it

    Malcom Jenkins is not going to go that high anymore. For many reasons and he may be moving to FS since his speed. (Still may play corner tho, I hope he does) But he wont go that high.

  • u know it

    Malcom Jenkins is not going to go that high anymore. For many reasons and he may be moving to FS since his speed. (Still may play corner tho, I hope he does) But he wont go that high.

  • u know it

    …^^^It would be a good pick up tho for the Browns but don't think it will happen. (Hope it does not…Steelers fan here :)

  • u know it

    …^^^It would be a good pick up tho for the Browns but don't think it will happen. (Hope it does not…Steelers fan here :)

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/The_King_Wilmes The_King_Wilmes

    I think Cincy will take Crabtree. Chad Johnson will never be a #1 WR unless he has a true #1 beside him. the loss of TJ makes a hole and Crabtree will definetly fill that gap. possibly get a qb in 2nd round since Palmer is injury prone.

    GO PACKERS!

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/okafor43 okafor43

      ok….what is a number one wr if chad johnson isnt one????? last first round recievers havent been sure fire bets as of late. cincy would be best served finding help on the defensive side or trying to find protection for Palmer.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/The_King_Wilmes The_King_Wilmes

    I think Cincy will take Crabtree. Chad Johnson will never be a #1 WR unless he has a true #1 beside him. the loss of TJ makes a hole and Crabtree will definetly fill that gap. possibly get a qb in 2nd round since Palmer is injury prone.

    GO PACKERS!

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/okafor43 okafor43

      ok….what is a number one wr if chad johnson isnt one????? last first round recievers havent been sure fire bets as of late. cincy would be best served finding help on the defensive side or trying to find protection for Palmer.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/The_King_Wilmes The_King_Wilmes

    ^^^^^^ My bad its Chad Ocho Cinco. LOL :D

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/The_King_Wilmes The_King_Wilmes

    ^^^^^^ My bad its Chad Ocho Cinco. LOL :D

  • DawgPoundMBA

    Very wrong about Cleveland. The Browns will go pass rush first. No way they draft Jenkins there. Even if they did it would be to play safety, not CB. Also, the inference that pass rush is easier to find that coverage is incorrect for the 3-4 system and overall incorrect in general. No way the Browns go CB at #5. I guarantee it.

    • DawgPoundMBA

      Even if we were talking improving from a Madden point of view then it wouldnt be Jenkins. It would be WR (no Stallworth or Jurevicius or Winslow) or RT. Maybe RB, but not CB unless Jenkins would come in rated 95 OVR…which wont happen.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/okafor43 okafor43

      Jenkins is going early to late teens. after his bad 40 time no way he goes that high. I still think the browns will take orakpo, but now with stallworth in some trouble look for them to maybe think wr

  • DawgPoundMBA

    Very wrong about Cleveland. The Browns will go pass rush first. No way they draft Jenkins there. Even if they did it would be to play safety, not CB. Also, the inference that pass rush is easier to find that coverage is incorrect for the 3-4 system and overall incorrect in general. No way the Browns go CB at #5. I guarantee it.

    • DawgPoundMBA

      Even if we were talking improving from a Madden point of view then it wouldnt be Jenkins. It would be WR (no Stallworth or Jurevicius or Winslow) or RT. Maybe RB, but not CB unless Jenkins would come in rated 95 OVR…which wont happen.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/okafor43 okafor43

      Jenkins is going early to late teens. after his bad 40 time no way he goes that high. I still think the browns will take orakpo, but now with stallworth in some trouble look for them to maybe think wr

  • pat

    dude are you forgetting coles….he has lightning fast speed and great hands…one of the most underrated players in the nfl

  • pat

    dude are you forgetting coles….he has lightning fast speed and great hands…one of the most underrated players in the nfl

  • RUDI

    As a Bengals fan you are right we will go OL not WR like some of these members suggest. Chad has Coles across from him and Henry at slot. Plus dont forget we drafted 2 wrs last year in Caldwell and simpson. Browns will pick Orapko or whatever out of texas. Seattle might take Sanchez so they have Hasselbacks replacement but it wont be a much improved madden strategy.

  • RUDI

    As a Bengals fan you are right we will go OL not WR like some of these members suggest. Chad has Coles across from him and Henry at slot. Plus dont forget we drafted 2 wrs last year in Caldwell and simpson. Browns will pick Orapko or whatever out of texas. Seattle might take Sanchez so they have Hasselbacks replacement but it wont be a much improved madden strategy.

  • KRIS

    the bengals do have a threat across from 85….lav coles! so good pick for the bengals.

  • KRIS

    the bengals do have a threat across from 85….lav coles! so good pick for the bengals.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/BinkEm BinkEm

    If the Hawks take Sanchez with the #4 pick, I'd be PO'ed and so would the entire Hawk's Nest! Padre, are you kidding me? A backup QB with the #4 pick? It's not like Sanchez is a Carson Palmer or Eli Manning who you know is a franchise QB and you just need them to sit on the bench for a season to learn the system. Screw that! Doesn't make sense in the Madden world or the real world! Hawks need a playmaker at #4 like Crabtree, Monroe, Orakpo, Raji or hopefully Curry – all whom are more deserving than Sanchez as the #4 pick.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/BinkEm BinkEm

    If the Hawks take Sanchez with the #4 pick, I'd be PO'ed and so would the entire Hawk's Nest! Padre, are you kidding me? A backup QB with the #4 pick? It's not like Sanchez is a Carson Palmer or Eli Manning who you know is a franchise QB and you just need them to sit on the bench for a season to learn the system. Screw that! Doesn't make sense in the Madden world or the real world! Hawks need a playmaker at #4 like Crabtree, Monroe, Orakpo, Raji or hopefully Curry – all whom are more deserving than Sanchez as the #4 pick.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/BigD8875 BigD8875

    I completely disagree with the Seahawks settling for Sanchez at this point. If they decide that he is their guy, they should look for a trade down partner in the 7-10 range (first team i see that might take Sanchez is the Jags at pick Number 8 so if the Raiders were willing to trade up (probably for Crabtree) then i would agree with the Seahawks getting value at that selection. The Seahawks should look into taking Crabtree I see the Seahawks taking a long look at the OT prospects left (assuming 1 or possibly 2 is already chosen) or possibly still consider Crabtree.

    I also have a problem with the Browns taking Jenkins. They are in need of fixing their linebacking core. Brian Orakpo should be the pick there. He is projected to be a great rushing LB for a 3-4 team (the browns are). The browns will be looking to help upgrade the corner position at some point probably but i just don't see it happening with the #5 pick.

    Monroe is a great selection for the Bengals at #6.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/BigD8875 BigD8875

    I completely disagree with the Seahawks settling for Sanchez at this point. If they decide that he is their guy, they should look for a trade down partner in the 7-10 range (first team i see that might take Sanchez is the Jags at pick Number 8 so if the Raiders were willing to trade up (probably for Crabtree) then i would agree with the Seahawks getting value at that selection. The Seahawks should look into taking Crabtree I see the Seahawks taking a long look at the OT prospects left (assuming 1 or possibly 2 is already chosen) or possibly still consider Crabtree.

    I also have a problem with the Browns taking Jenkins. They are in need of fixing their linebacking core. Brian Orakpo should be the pick there. He is projected to be a great rushing LB for a 3-4 team (the browns are). The browns will be looking to help upgrade the corner position at some point probably but i just don't see it happening with the #5 pick.

    Monroe is a great selection for the Bengals at #6.

  • AmenRa

    Man people this is a mock draft for Madden!!! He is picking players who he thinks will make the team better in Madden not real life. Quit acting like you are some ESPN analysts and think Madden. In Madden LB are over-rated because you can always control the LB and get opressure like he said, that's why he picked Jenkins over Orakpo, you people should really find out what you are talking about before posting. I do agree that the Sanchez pick is foolish, a backup QB is a dime a dozen in Madden.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/mculberson mculberson

      Dude, there's nothing wrong with the conversation moving on to real football. It's a natural progression. And I draft my team in Madden as if it's the real team anyway. If it's a need, I draft it, regardless of control preferences or other nuances specific the Madden. But that's just me.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/BigD8875 BigD8875

      I know that people take control a LB's in madden. I don't understand how this will make them less valuable? if somone takes control a a terrible linebacker there is only so much that can be done with him. If you pass on a LB for the browns because a CB (and a Slow CB which is what he was timed at in the combine so it will cost him speed rating in madden thus making him less valuable) is slightly more "valuable". Im sorry i don't follow because the linebacker can help blitz and stuff run. I think you need to take the best player available (both for madden and in the real draft)

  • AmenRa

    Man people this is a mock draft for Madden!!! He is picking players who he thinks will make the team better in Madden not real life. Quit acting like you are some ESPN analysts and think Madden. In Madden LB are over-rated because you can always control the LB and get opressure like he said, that's why he picked Jenkins over Orakpo, you people should really find out what you are talking about before posting. I do agree that the Sanchez pick is foolish, a backup QB is a dime a dozen in Madden.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/mculberson mculberson

      Dude, there's nothing wrong with the conversation moving on to real football. It's a natural progression. And I draft my team in Madden as if it's the real team anyway. If it's a need, I draft it, regardless of control preferences or other nuances specific the Madden. But that's just me.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/BigD8875 BigD8875

      I know that people take control a LB's in madden. I don't understand how this will make them less valuable? if somone takes control a a terrible linebacker there is only so much that can be done with him. If you pass on a LB for the browns because a CB (and a Slow CB which is what he was timed at in the combine so it will cost him speed rating in madden thus making him less valuable) is slightly more "valuable". Im sorry i don't follow because the linebacker can help blitz and stuff run. I think you need to take the best player available (both for madden and in the real draft)

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/brownsfan45840 brownsfan45840

    browns will take beanie wells at #5

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/okafor43 okafor43

      at 5?? is this beanie posting this???

    • http://www.intensedebate.com/people/Mr_EA_Sports Mr_EA_Sports

      I can personally tell you that the Brown will not take "Beanie" Wells at #5 but………………………………………………???

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/brownsfan45840 brownsfan45840

    browns will take beanie wells at #5

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/okafor43 okafor43

      at 5?? is this beanie posting this???

    • http://www.intensedebate.com/people/Mr_EA_Sports Mr_EA_Sports

      I can personally tell you that the Brown will not take "Beanie" Wells at #5 but………………………………………………???

  • Rand E

    Seahawks interested in Sanchez

    http://www.profootballtalk.com/2009/04/01/report-

  • Rand E

    Seahawks interested in Sanchez

    http://www.profootballtalk.com/2009/04/01/report-

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/okafor43 okafor43

    this is football who ever they draft wont instantly make them better. I dont think this is the strongest draft and drafting for the future wont hurt any

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/okafor43 okafor43

    this is football who ever they draft wont instantly make them better. I dont think this is the strongest draft and drafting for the future wont hurt any

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/The_King_Wilmes The_King_Wilmes

    yea sorry man I totally forgot about Coles.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/The_King_Wilmes The_King_Wilmes

    yea sorry man I totally forgot about Coles.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/Mr_EA_Sports Mr_EA_Sports

    I can personally tell you that the Brown will not take "Beanie" Wells at #4 but………………………………………………???

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/Mr_EA_Sports Mr_EA_Sports

    I can personally tell you that the Brown will not take "Beanie" Wells at #4 but………………………………………………???

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/okafor43 okafor43

    Pasta With Dante Stallworth looking like he will be catching passes from Mike Vick next season, it looks like the browns will now be shopping for a reciever during the draft. Kudos for trading Winslow. That is looking like a real idiot move now! Look for Crabtree to go at 5 now instead of Orakpo.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/okafor43 okafor43

    Pasta With Dante Stallworth looking like he will be catching passes from Mike Vick next season, it looks like the browns will now be shopping for a reciever during the draft. Kudos for trading Winslow. That is looking like a real idiot move now! Look for Crabtree to go at 5 now instead of Orakpo.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/BigD8875 BigD8875

    Crabtree at 5 would be great for the browns in real life and would also make them a much more competitive team in madden

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/BigD8875 BigD8875

    Crabtree at 5 would be great for the browns in real life and would also make them a much more competitive team in madden

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/BigD8875 BigD8875

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  • terimakibhos

    pasta? i like chinese noodles more than pasta bhenchod

  • terimakibhos

    pasta? i like chinese noodles more than pasta bhenchod

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