The 2006 NFL Draft will be remembered as a huge disappointment when compared with its promise. Mario Williams never dominated games or was the linchpin of a great defense or organization. Reggie Bush was one of the original YouTube stars but was really just a glorified Eric Metcalf. And the two headline quarterbacks who battled it out in an epic title game -- Vince Young and Matt Leinart -- fell far short of expectations, too.
When I look at re-drafts, I always work off the assumption that the player starts over with the same intellectual and physical tools -- including their level of health at the time of the draft -- and go from there. I use a slightly updated idea of position value so as not to work off of an outdated idea of draft strategy. I go into this understanding that players could take on injuries they didn't have previously or that they could remain healthy rather than suffer through the injuries that might have slowed them.
With that said, here is a do-over of the first 10 picks of the 2006 draft: