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bucs_fan333
07-09-2007, 10:18 PM
I don't have any trades because they're too hard to guess. LMK what you think.

I've updated to account for the Supplemental Draft:
The Chargers gave up their 4th rounder for Paul Oliver CB, Georgia.
The Ravens gave up their 5th rounder for Jared Gaither T, Maryland.

Round 1
1 Titans Darren McFadden RB Arkansas
2 Bills Calais Campbell DE Miami
3 Texans Jake Long T Michigan
4 Raiders Sam Baker T USC
5 Redskins Lawrence Jackson DE USC
6 Cowboys Antoine Cason CB Arizona
7 Lions Steve Slaton RB W Virginia
8 Cardinals Kenny Phillips S Miami
9 Falcons Brian Brohm QB Louisville
10 Giants Barry Richardson T Clemson
11 Packers Fred Davis TE USC
12 Vikings James Laurinaitis ILB OSU
13 Dolphins Tyson Jackson DE LSU
14 Chiefs Gosder Cherilus T BC
15 Rams Mario Manningham WR Michigan
16 Jaguars Andre Woodson QB Kentucky
17 Patriots Justin King CB Penn St
18 Jets Derrick Harvey DE/OLB Florida
19 Bengals Glen Dorsey DT LSU
20 Buccaneers Sedrick Ellis DT USC
21 Steelers Rey Maualuga ILB USC
22 Panthers Jonathan Hefney S Tennessee
23 Bears Xavier Adibi OLB Va Tech
24 Ravens Quentin Groves DE/OLB Auburn
25 Seahawks Limas Sweed WR Texas
26 49ers Frank Okam DT Texas
27 Cowboys DeSean Jackson WR California
28 Broncos Dan Connor OLB Penn St
29 Eagles Jasper Brinkley ILB South Carolina
30 Chargers Early Doucet WR LSU
31 Saints Zack Bowman CB Nebraska
32 Patriots Brian Cushing OLB USC
Round 2
33 Titans Dwight Lowery CB San Jose St
34 Bills Marcus Monk WR Arkansas
35 Falcons Eric VandenHeuvel T Wisconsin
36 Raiders Dre Moore DT Maryland
37 Redskins Red Bryant DT Texas A&M
38 Browns Chris Long DE Virginia
39 Lions Malcolm Jenkins CB OSU
40 Cardinals DeJaun Tribble CB BC
41 Falcons B.J. Raji DT BC
42 Giants Felix Jones RB Arkansas
43 Packers Aquib Talib CB Kansas
44 Vikings Michael Oher G Ol Miss
45 Dolphins Tom Zbikowski S Notre Dame
46 Chiefs Brandon Flowers CB Va Tech
47 Rams Bobbie Williams S Bethune-Cookman
48 Jaguars Louis Holmes DE Arizona
49 49ers Tommy Blake DE/OLB TCU
50 Jets Andre Fluellen DE Florida St
51 Bengals Malik Jackson OLB Louisville
52 Buccaneers John David Booty QB USC
53 Steelers Will Arnold G LSU
54 Panthers John Carlson TE Notre Dame
55 Bears Jordan Grimes G Purdue
56 Ravens Vince Hall ILB Va Tech
57 Seahawks Mike Hart RB Michigan
58 Colts Keith Rivers OLB USC
59 Cowboys Ray Rice RB Rutgers
60 Broncos Quintin Demps S UTEP
61 Eagles Wesley Woodyard S Kentucky
62 Chargers Keilen Dykes DE West Virginia
63 Saints Philip Wheeler OLB Ga Tech
64 Patriots Jonathan Goff ILB Vanderbilt
Round 3
65 Titans Malcolm Kelley WR Oklahoma
66 Bills Terrell Thomas CB USC
67 Texans Chad Henne QB Michigan
68 Patriots Josh Pinkard S USC
69 Redskins Kirk Barton T OSU
70 Browns James Davis RB Clemson
71 Lions Ali Highsmith OLB LSU
72 Cardinals Vernon Gholston DE/OLB OSU
73 Falcons Darien Williams S Oklahoma
74 Giants Eric Ainge QB Tennessee
75 Packers Mario Urrutia WR Louisville
76 Vikings Chevis Jackson CB LSU
77 Dolphins Alex Boone T OSU
78 Chiefs Shannon Tevaga G UCLA
79 Rams Brigham Harwell DE UCLA
80 Jaguars Martin Rucker TE Missouri
81 49ers Blake Smith DE Colorado St
82 Jets Kirk Elder G USC
83 Bengals Tyrell Johnson S Arkansas State
84 Buccaneers Dorien Bryant WR Purdue
85 Steelers Jonathan Stewart RB Oregon
86 Panthers Courtney Greene S Rutgers
87 Bears Matt Ryan QB BC
88 Bills DeMarcus Granger DT Oklahoma
89 Seahawks Michael Hamlin S Clemson
90 Colts Adam Speiker C Missouri
91 Cowboys Terrance Taylor DT Michigan
92 Vikings Erin Henderson OLB Maryland
93 Bills Brandon Rodd G Arizona State
94 Chargers Corey McKeon ILB Nebraska
95 Saints Martellus Bennett TE Texas A&M
96 Seahawks Shawn Nelson TE Southern Miss
Round 4
97 Titans Chris Ellis DE Va Tech
98 Bills Bryan Smith OLB McNeese St
99 Texans Kelin Johnson S Georgia
100 Raiders Bo Ruud OLB Nebraska
101 Broncos Eric Brock S Auburn
102 Browns Spencer Larsen OLB Arizona
103 Lions Roy Schuening G Oregon State
104 Cardinals Wallace Gilberry DE Alabama
105 Falcons Alley Broussard RB LSU
106 Giants Geno Hayes OLB Florida State
107 Packers Jack Ikegwuonu CB Wisconsin
108 Vikings Tierre Green S Nebraska
109 Dolphins Simeon Castille CB Alabama
110 Chiefs Jonathan Wilhite CB Auburn
111 Rams Ryan Clady T Boise State
112 Jaguars Otis Wiley S Michigan St
113 Seahawks Shawn Crable OLB Michigan
114 Jets Marcus Harrison DT Arkansas
115 Bengals Kenny Iwebema DE Iowa
116 Buccaneers Sean Sester T Purdue
117 Steelers John Greco T Toledo
118 Panthers Ryan Torain RB Arizona St
119 Bears DeMario Pressley DT North Carolina
120 Ravens Andre Caldwell WR Florida
121 Patriots Reggie Youngblood T Miami
122 Colts Jeremy Lemon ILB Illinois
123 Cowboys Colton Brennan QB Hawaii
124 Broncos Adarious Bowman WR Oklahoma St
125 Eagles Branndon Braxton T Oklahoma
127 Saints Ben Moffit ILB South Florida
128 Patriots Andrew Bain G Miami
Round 5
129 Titans Charlston Gray G North Carolina
130 Bills John Sullivan C Notre Dame
131 Texans James Hardy WR Indiana
132 Raiders Harry Douglas WR Louisville
133 Redskins Jameel McClain DE Syracuse
134 Browns Earl Bennett WR Vanderbilt
135 Lions Doug Legursky C Marshall
136 Cardinals Allen Patrick RB Oklahoma
137 Falcons Beau Bell OLB UNLV
138 Giants Mike Jenkins CB South Florida
139 Packers Jamar Adams S Michigan
140 Vikings Roland Minor CB Va Tech
141 Chiefs Tashard Choice RB Georgia Tech
142 Chiefs Brannon Jackson ILB Louisana Tech
143 Chiefs Chris Norwell DE Illinois
144 Jaguars Jonathan Zenon CB LSU
145 49ers Robert Felton G Arkansas
146 Jets Roshaun Fellows CB Tennessee
147 Bengals D.J. Hall WR Alabama
148 Buccaneers Bryan Mattison DE Iowa
149 Steelers Ricky Santos QB New Hampshire
150 Panthers Josh Williams ILB Arkansas St
151 Bears Sir Darean Adams OLB Michigan St
152 Seahawks Reggie Smith CB Oklahoma
153 Colts Morgan Trent CB Michigan
155 Cowboys Mike Fladell G Rutgers
156 Broncos Amir Pinnix RB Minnesota
157 Eagles Chris Hopkins TE Toledo
158 Chargers Nick Hayden DT Wisconsin
159 Saints Keilen Dykes DT West Virginia
160 Patriots Jaison Williams WR Oregon
Round 6
161 Titans Max Unger T Oregon
162 Bills Heath Benedict T Newberry
163 Texans Kory Lichtensteiger C Bowling Green
164 Raiders Keenan Burton WR Kentucky
165 Redskins Nelson Coleman ILB Tulsa
166 Browns Chris Norwell DT Illinois
167 Lions Peyton Hillis FB Arkansas
168 Cardinals Derrick Morse G Miami
169 Falcons Trey Bennett ILB McNeese St
170 Giants Jorvorskie Lane FB Texas A&M
171 Packers Jacob Hester FB LSU
172 Vikings Chase Ortiz DE TCU
173 Dolphins Bruce Davis DE/OLB UCLA
174 Chiefs Demario Pleasant OLB Oklahoma
175 Rams Chris Harrington DE/OLB Texas A&M
176 Jaguars Mike McGlynn T Pittsburgh
177 49ers Jamaal Charles RB Texas
178 Jets Kory Sperry TE Colorado St
179 Bengals Andrew Crummey G Maryland
180 Chiefs Eddie Royal WR Va Tech
181 Steelers Darius Hill WR Ball St
182 Panthers Duane Brown T Va Tech
183 Bears Demonte Bolden DT Tennessee
184 Seahawks Trevor Laws DT Notre Dame
185 Colts King Dunlap T Auburn
186 Cowboys Trae Williams CB South Florida
187 Rams Greg Carr WR Florida St
188 Ravens Drew Miller G Florida
189 Eagles Ambrose Wooden CB Notre Dame
190 Chargers Adam Kraus G Michigan
191 Saints Jamie Silva S BC
192 Patriots Kalvin McRae RB Ohio
Round 7
193 Titans Sammie Stroughter WR Oregon St
194 Bills Sean Merill DT Southern Miss
195 Texans Chase Coffman TE Missouri
196 Raiders Dustin Keller TE Purdue
197 Redskins Art Carmody K Louisville
198 Browns Phillip Mbakogu DE California
199 Lions Brandon Coutu K Georgia
200 Cardinals Geoff Schwartz T Oregon
201 Falcons Alexis Serna K Oregon St
202 Chiefs Owen Schmitt FB West Virginia
203 Packers Tad Miller G Boise St
204 Vikings Tony Jenkins DT Syracuse
205 Dolphins Rodrick Johnson ILB Oklahoma St
206 Chiefs Joey Haynos TE Maryland
207 Rams Joe Flacco QB Delaware
208 Jaguars Lance Leggett WR Miami
209 49ers Todd Blythe WR Iowa St
210 Jets Kyle Jackson S Florida
211 Bengals Pat White QB West Virginia
212 Buccaneers Tracy Porter CB Indiana
213 Steelers J.R. Bryant CB Florida St
214 Panthers Leon Hart G Auburn
215 Bears Robbie Powell C Purdue
216 Seahawks Michael Pitre FB UCLA
217 Colts Chauncey Washington RB USC
218 Cowboys Dennis Keyes S UCLA
219 Broncos Akim Millington T Illinois
220 Ravens Nigel Morris CB Toledo
221 Eagles Jarett Dillard WR Rice
222 Chargers Doug Jones FB Cincinnati
223 Saints Matt Kroul DE Iowa
224 Patriots Jimmie Kaylor P Colorado St

simms2clayton
07-09-2007, 10:46 PM
+rep for making a 7 round mock. Although I am shocked you have Keenan Burton in teh 6th rond and Earl Bennett in the 7th!!!!

Also, way too high for Steve Slaton.

cardsalltheway
07-09-2007, 11:04 PM
EB in the 7th? Hardy in the 5th?

simms2clayton
07-09-2007, 11:11 PM
lol DJ Hall in 6th and Brandon Ore in 7th.

bucs_fan333
07-09-2007, 11:44 PM
+rep for making a 7 round mock. Although I am shocked you have Keenan Burton in teh 6th rond and Earl Bennett in the 7th!!!!

Also, way too high for Steve Slaton.

EB in the 7th? Hardy in the 5th?

lol DJ Hall in 6th and Brandon Ore in 7th.


I have all those guys so low because there are better players at each position IMO.

Mr. Stiller
07-10-2007, 02:50 AM
I don't have any trades because they're too hard to guess. LMK what you think.

Round 1
Draft Pick Team Player Position School
18 Steelers Rey Maualuga ILB USC

Give us Tommy Blake.

Round 2
Draft Pick Team Player Position School
50 Steelers Jordan Grimes G Purdue

Love it.

Round 3
Draft Pick Team Player Position School
82 Steelers Jonathan Stewart RB Oregon

Again Love it

Round 4
Draft Pick Team Player Position School
114 Steelers Jamar Adams S Michigan

Don't need a safety. Drafted Anthony Smith and signed Ryan Clark at FS.. Tyrone Carter is a suitable vet behind all-pro Troy Polamalu.. Give us Heath Benedict.

Round 5
Draft Pick Team Player Position School
146 Steelers Pat White QB West Virginia

I'm of a small minority but I think some tutelage behind Batch and Ben and Pat White could be an astounding QB. He has the arm strength, flashes of accuracy, just never allowed to get in a consistent rythym with his offense. If he bombs at QB, he's not Kordell Stewart and would accept a WR role.

Round 6
Draft Pick Team Player Position School
178 Steelers Sammie Stroughter WR Oregon St

Don't need a WR, I like Stroughter, but we're 6 deep at WR right now. I'd say give us Bryan Mattison for DE/OLB Depth.

Round 7
Draft Pick Team Player Position School
210 Steelers D.J Wolfe CB Oklahoma

Don't need a CB, could use depth at ILB or NT here.

Overall, if we ended up with Jordan Grimes, John Stewart a LT and a top notch Pass rusher.. I'd have a heart attack

Green Bay Scat
07-10-2007, 03:10 AM
you have like Big School players, Vandy has 5+ legit prospects with 3 top 60 players in EB, Goff, and Williams. Factor in a healthy Stamper, and a possible leave of Langford, and thats probably 5 first day picks. I know making that was hard, but try to understand this from the teams view. All time Reciver in Catchs and Yards, a 7th rounder? he aint mike hass and atleast he was a 5th. Goff is this years P-Willie, he will run a 4.5 at 235, and has derrick johnson like sideline to sideline speed. Chris Williams is a beast at 6'7" 315, and has incredable feet, allowed a sack to Woodley week 1, didnt allow one again, and this is in the SEC in the critical LT spot. All 3 of these will be with out a doubt(unless injuries) day 1 picks, and possibly First Rounders.

Caddy
07-10-2007, 08:44 AM
I give you props for making the effort of putting together a 7th round draft so early in the draft season.

Your Buc draft is decent and I would be satisfied if that was the final result. I especially like Hayes in the 5th but I'm not sure how he would fit in on our depth chart.

Gridiron
07-10-2007, 09:45 AM
Absolutely amazing Jets draft.

MURPHMAN
07-10-2007, 10:14 AM
Solid effort across the board. For the Panthers, DT is a must since all three reserves are UFA's after this season plus one of the starters (Jenkins) is on shaky ground. RB in the fourth is questionable since the top three RB's are signed for several seasons to come.

Travis 24
07-10-2007, 11:50 AM
I like the Brinkley pick..but they have a much higher need at OLB, and I don't think he is really a 4-3 OLB.

I like Demps a lot..Got to see a few UTEP games the past 2 years, solid player.

Not entirely aware of McGlynn

Kinda know who Nelson is...definatly a need if LJ leaves

Like the Earl Bennett pick in round 7...could be steal, but he's probably gonna go a lot higher

princefielder28
07-10-2007, 01:35 PM
props for doing this!

BaLLiN
07-10-2007, 02:39 PM
wow, 7 rounds, I personally love the giants 3rd and 7th round draft choices, good job

HoopsDemon12
07-10-2007, 03:02 PM
Absolutly love the bills draft... and wow props for a 7th rounder.. thats impressive...

Scout49
07-10-2007, 03:40 PM
pretty good job! I do like the 9ers picks.

rainbeaukid2
07-10-2007, 05:09 PM
i like some of the pics for the niners, including the choice, leggett, and gholston pics. okam doesn't really work in the first round, unless our dline totally sucks this year, NT is a bigger need and okam would likely play DE

a better draft for them, using who you have being picked later, is cushing in the first and then darien williams in the second as safety is a huge need

jj45
07-10-2007, 06:11 PM
Ok when did vince young die, are u on crack no way titans pick 1st.but if they did nice pick lol. I hate the bears pick , no way bears go olb in first round unless he has an amazing 40 time and can bench 700 pounds. We spent a day one pick on a linebacker this year and jamar williams looks like a starter.and u forgot about the 49ers first round pick. The only thing I like about this that my boy akim millington gets drafted. Always good to see wheaton north alum get into the league. He should have went higher , he was a five star prospect. If he had stayed with the sooner would have been a first round pick. But he will show he can dominate. Hopefully the bears take him.

bucs_fan333
07-10-2007, 10:25 PM
i like some of the pics for the niners, including the choice, leggett, and gholston pics. okam doesn't really work in the first round, unless our dline totally sucks this year, NT is a bigger need and okam would likely play DE
a better draft for them, using who you have being picked later, is cushing in the first and then darien williams in the second as safety is a huge need

I hope you aren't thinking of Frank Okam from Texas. He's 6'5", 320 lbs. A huge runstuffer. Pretty much the mold of a NT...???

bucs_fan333
07-10-2007, 10:30 PM
Ok when did vince young die, are u on crack no way titans pick 1st.but if they did nice pick lol. I hate the bears pick , no way bears go olb in first round unless he has an amazing 40 time and can bench 700 pounds. We spent a day one pick on a linebacker this year and jamar williams looks like a starter.and u forgot about the 49ers first round pick. The only thing I like about this that my boy akim millington gets drafted. Always good to see wheaton north alum get into the league. He should have went higher , he was a five star prospect. If he had stayed with the sooner would have been a first round pick. But he will show he can dominate. Hopefully the bears take him.

VY is still alive and will only carry his team to 2-3 wins. The wins will be all him.

The Titans lost:

2 starting receivers
1 starting RB
1 starting CB and phenomenal KR/PR

Their defense was dead last last season. Their offense was around 29th. That's why I have them with the first pick. I figure they were one of the worst teams last year and they lost the most.

The Bears will need an OLB if Briggs leaves. He's pissed and most likely won't be around this time next year. And who's their other starting OLB... Hillenmeyer (or however you spell it). That's why I have them taking OLB in the first.

The 49ers get the Colts first rounder as part of a trade during this draft.

LB51
07-10-2007, 10:46 PM
Cincy is pickin a lil high don't ya think?

and i don't think the broncos would draft Connor jus ta waste his potencial on the strongside

Yung Flippa
07-11-2007, 12:31 AM
props for making a 7 round mock.
but way too high for steve slaton.
& brandon ore is the 7th round?
he'll be a day one pick.

Go_Eagles77
07-11-2007, 12:46 AM
Eagles draft aint bad, the Bills definitely don't have our 3rd rounder though

Mr. Stiller
07-11-2007, 01:09 AM
I hope you aren't thinking of Frank Okam from Texas. He's 6'5", 320 lbs. A huge runstuffer. Pretty much the mold of a NT...???

In a 3-4 Okam has the athletic ability to play either DE or NT.. More likely DE with his height and his athleticism.

HEISMANHERSCHEL
07-11-2007, 03:42 AM
cowboys draft=championship

Green Bay Scat
07-11-2007, 03:43 AM
by far the best pick in thsi draft lol
119 Cowboys Colton Brennan QB Hawaii

cardsalltheway
07-11-2007, 09:14 AM
I have all those guys so low because there are better players at each position IMO.

Phenomenal explanation!

thebow305
07-11-2007, 12:44 PM
very impressive.... props for the 7 rounder!

On a side note.... I hated the Dolphins draft.

In that situation... for the first 3 rounds, I would take Justin King, Vernon Gholston, and Martellus Bennett in the first 3 rounds respectively.

21ST
07-11-2007, 02:49 PM
Horrible for the redskins, it should look like this

8.Mario Manningham
40.Brandon Flowers
72.Louis Holmes
136.Geno Hayes

everything else was ok

FloridaFootball
07-11-2007, 03:35 PM
I want a logical explanation of why the Redskins are taking a OLB.

-Marcus Washington LOLB (Probowler, best blitzer on team)
-Rocky McIntosh ROLB (35th overall pick in the 2006 draft)

bucs_fan333
07-12-2007, 01:39 AM
Update!...

Mr. Stiller
07-12-2007, 08:19 AM
18 Steelers Rey Maualuga ILB USC

Still don't need an ILB, but a DE/OLB(Tommy Blake/Derrick Harvey). I do love Rey though.

50 Steelers Will Arnold G LSU

I think Jordan Grimes is the Better guard, but I'm not complaining.

82 Steelers Jonathan Stewart RB Oregon

Still loving this pick.. Especially in round 3.


114 Steelers Otis Wiley S Michigan St

Still don't need a safety. We have an All-Pro SS, a Up and coming FS, a solid backup FS/SS and a Solid NB/SS. I think We need to go T here with Heath Benedict.

146 Steelers Ricky Santos QB New Hampshire

Great Pick. Underrated QB with Solid Accuracy and Arm Strength. Should be a great #2 when Batch Retires. Knocks BSP off the roster.

178 Steelers Jaison Williams WR Oregon

Normally I would say we don't need a WR, but a Big Physical Possession oriented receiver like Jaison Williams in Round 6 is beautiful. Love it.

210 Steelers Nigel Morris CB Toledo

Still don't need a CB.. Only 2 of our 7 have over 4 years on the roster. Could use ILB Depth..(Adam Kadela) or Best 3-4 DE/4-3 DT or NT left.

All in all...

Arnold, Stewart, Williams, Santos... Good draft.

If we change to Harvey/Blake, Grimes, Stewart, Benedict, Santos, Williams and Kadela, I would be amazed.

bucs_fan333
07-12-2007, 04:34 PM
18 Steelers Rey Maualuga ILB USC

Still don't need an ILB, but a DE/OLB(Tommy Blake/Derrick Harvey). I do love Rey though.

50 Steelers Will Arnold G LSU

I think Jordan Grimes is the Better guard, but I'm not complaining.

82 Steelers Jonathan Stewart RB Oregon

Still loving this pick.. Especially in round 3.


114 Steelers Otis Wiley S Michigan St

Still don't need a safety. We have an All-Pro SS, a Up and coming FS, a solid backup FS/SS and a Solid NB/SS. I think We need to go T here with Heath Benedict.

146 Steelers Ricky Santos QB New Hampshire

Great Pick. Underrated QB with Solid Accuracy and Arm Strength. Should be a great #2 when Batch Retires. Knocks BSP off the roster.

178 Steelers Jaison Williams WR Oregon

Normally I would say we don't need a WR, but a Big Physical Possession oriented receiver like Jaison Williams in Round 6 is beautiful. Love it.

210 Steelers Nigel Morris CB Toledo

Still don't need a CB.. Only 2 of our 7 have over 4 years on the roster. Could use ILB Depth..(Adam Kadela) or Best 3-4 DE/4-3 DT or NT left.

All in all...

Arnold, Stewart, Williams, Santos... Good draft.

If we change to Harvey/Blake, Grimes, Stewart, Benedict, Santos, Williams and Kadela, I would be amazed.

The Steelers took 2 OLBs in this years draft: Lamar Woodley, Lawrence Timmons. That's why I have them taking an ILB.

I'll make the change from safety to tackle.

I'm leaving the CB because you can never have enough depth at skill positions.

Mr. Stiller
07-12-2007, 04:54 PM
The Steelers took 2 OLBs in this years draft: Lamar Woodley, Lawrence Timmons. That's why I have them taking an ILB.

I'll make the change from safety to tackle.

I'm leaving the CB because you can never have enough depth at skill positions.

Timmons is going to Shift inside in the 3-4. Though I think Woodley should Play LILB and TImmons RILB.. And we should draft a Strongside 3-4 OLB and sign Terell Suggs but thats a different matter...

Timmons will play inside in the 3-4 when he does play fulltime.

neko4
07-12-2007, 05:19 PM
I'd rather the Pack take a S before taking two CB's, but great Pack draft anyway

Crazy_Chris
07-12-2007, 06:31 PM
Thats an horrid Vikings Draft. James Laurinaitis in the 1st?? and just why do we need another LB in the first? we have Chad Greenway at WOLB E.J. Henderson at MLB and Ben Leber at SOLB. Now i personally think Leber could be upgraded but it isnt so much of a need for upgrade to go LB in the first there will be more pressing needs such as RT/RG, DT, possibly S(Depending on what happens with Tank Williams/Mike Doss) and maybe even WR if williamson doesn't straighten out this year.... I don't even want to comment on the rest of it

BuckNaked
07-12-2007, 07:36 PM
Thats an horrid Vikings Draft. James Laurinaitis in the 1st?? and just why do we need another LB in the first? we have Chad Greenway at WOLB E.J. Henderson at MLB and Ben Leber at SOLB. Now i personally think Leber could be upgraded but it isnt so much of a need for upgrade to go LB in the first there will be more pressing needs such as RT/RG, DT, possibly S(Depending on what happens with Tank Williams/Mike Doss) and maybe even WR if williamson doesn't straighten out this year.... I don't even want to comment on the rest of it

Exactly what I was thinking.

TitanHope
07-12-2007, 08:47 PM
VY is still alive and will only carry his team to 2-3 wins. The wins will be all him.

The Titans lost:

2 starting receivers
1 starting RB
1 starting CB and phenomenal KR/PR

Their defense was dead last last season. Their offense was around 29th. That's why I have them with the first pick. I figure they were one of the worst teams last year and they lost the most.

I'm not one of those posters to argue where my team is picking, cause I don't really mind. But the Titans weren't one of the worst teams last year, and had a winning record vs playoff teams. We lost only one starting receiver, who wasn't much better than the guys behind him, and a easily replaceable slot receiver. And our pass offense was 29th, but our total offense was better.

We lost Travis Henry and Pacman Jones. Thats really it. People exaggurate our losses cause we didn't bring in much via Free Agency after the releases.

bucs_fan333
07-12-2007, 10:35 PM
12 Vikings James Laurinaitis ILB OSU

44 Vikings Michael Oher G Ol Miss

76 Vikings Chevis Jackson CB LSU

92 Vikings Erin Henderson OLB Maryland

108 Vikings Tierre Green S Nebraska

140 Vikings Roland Minor CB Va Tech

172 Vikings Chase Ortiz DE TCU

204 Vikings Tony Jenkins DT Syracuse



Thats an horrid Vikings Draft. James Laurinaitis in the 1st?? and just why do we need another LB in the first? we have Chad Greenway at WOLB E.J. Henderson at MLB and Ben Leber at SOLB. Now i personally think Leber could be upgraded but it isnt so much of a need for upgrade to go LB in the first there will be more pressing needs such as RT/RG, DT, possibly S(Depending on what happens with Tank Williams/Mike Doss) and maybe even WR if williamson doesn't straighten out this year.... I don't even want to comment on the rest of it


I've addressed RG, DT, S. I'll exchange the OLB for a WR. Then it will match what you believe the Vikings needs are a little bit more...

PalmerToCJ
07-12-2007, 11:02 PM
Isn't Dorsey more of a NT in the 4-3? We're fine at NT, we'll need a UT BAD next season unless someone really steps up.

I think the first 3 rounds we'll address 3 of the following: DE/OLB/UT and maybe round 3 go OL or WR.

Jags#7
07-13-2007, 12:08 PM
Colt Brennan is wayyy to Low....Hes a first round prospect and first day lock. So is Jonathan Stewart. Im not sure how you rated your players?

bucs_fan333
07-13-2007, 04:59 PM
Colt Brennan is wayyy to Low....Hes a first round prospect and first day lock. So is Jonathan Stewart. Im not sure how you rated your players?

Colt Brennan is a system QB and will be rated as such by all the scouts. He has to prove he's not when he gets to the NFL and plays a few downs. His size also sucks for a QB: 6'3" 196 lbs. And he will be 25 by the draft.

The RB position is pretty deep this year. I'm not taking anything from Stewart because he's pretty damn good, but I actually have him 7th behind these guys:

McFadden
Slaton
Jones
Hart
Patrick
Rice

Jags#7
07-13-2007, 10:19 PM
Colt Brennan is a system QB and will be rated as such by all the scouts. He has to prove he's not when he gets to the NFL and plays a few downs. His size also sucks for a QB: 6'3" 196 lbs. And he will be 25 by the draft.

The RB position is pretty deep this year. I'm not taking anything from Stewart because he's pretty damn good, but I actually have him 7th behind these guys:

McFadden
Slaton
Jones
Hart
Patrick
Rice


Scouts were calling him a first round pick had he come out this year....and he's 6'3" which is fine for a QB...and can add some weight. John Beck is 26 and that didnt stop the dolphins from drafteing him in the early second...and hes not nearly the prospect Brennan is. Stewart is a better prospect than Hart Patrick and Rice, IMO hes #2 or 3. Both Hart and Rice are undersized and Hart doesn't have good speed.

jackalope
07-14-2007, 10:06 PM
Looks really good for the Packers. I love us getting Ikegwuonu too, although i hope he doesn't last until the 4th round.

Staubach12
07-15-2007, 02:24 PM
9 Falcons Brian Brohm QB Louisville

I don't see the Falcons giving up on Vick unless he's convicted of something, which now seems like it's not going to happen.

19 Bengals Glen Dorsey DT LSU

I don't see Dorsey lasting this long.

30 Chargers Early Doucet WR LSU

I don't think the Chargers will be looking WR this eaqrly with Craig Davis and Justin Vincent

57 Seahawks Mike Hart RB Michigan

The Seahawks won't give up on Alexander. He's a great player, and Hart is a good college RB who doesn't really offer much in the NFL.

74 Giants Eric Ainge QB Tennessee

The Giants are too in love with Manning to make this pick.

118 Panthers Ryan Torain RB Arizona St

I don't think the Panthers really needa RB at this pick.

124 Broncos Adarious Bowman WR Oklahoma St

I don't see Bowman lasting this long.

155 Cowboys Mike Fladell G Rutgers

Dallas has good depth at Guard, and I just don't think we need anyomre.

186 Cowboys Trae Williams CB South Florida

The Cowboys also have good depth at CB. They do need one early, but this is too late to take one.

218 Cowboys Dennis Keyes S UCLA

I don't think the 'Boys will be taking a safety now that we have Hamlin and good depth there, too.


Overall, a very good 7 rounder. Nice job.

Staubach12
07-15-2007, 02:28 PM
Colt Brennan is a system QB and will be rated as such by all the scouts. He has to prove he's not when he gets to the NFL and plays a few downs. His size also sucks for a QB: 6'3" 196 lbs. And he will be 25 by the draft.

Hah! Brennan is not a system QB, and you can see that if you actually watch him. Unlike Chang and other Hawaii QBs, you can see on a play-by-play basis that he has what it takes. His arm is very good. His accuracy is great. His mechanics are OK, and he can bulk up. He's smart, makes good quick reads, and he's really not as assisted by the system as Hawaii QBs of the past. His age is fine because he's an intelligent player that will adjust to the NFL quickly.

bucs_fan333
07-15-2007, 02:38 PM
Hah! Brennan is not a system QB, and you can see that if you actually watch him. Unlike Chang and other Hawaii QBs, you can see on a play-by-play basis that he has what it takes. His arm is very good. His accuracy is great. His mechanics are OK, and he can bulk up. He's smart, makes good quick reads, and he's really not as assisted by the system as Hawaii QBs of the past. His age is fine because he's an intelligent player that will adjust to the NFL quickly.

He threw 58 TDs... If that's not "assisted by the system" then I don't know what is.

Bar-bq
07-15-2007, 10:48 PM
I'll give a little Rams feedback-

*WR in the first is unnecessary. They signed Titans No.1 Drew Bennett to a six year deal, and already have Torry Holt and the Reverend on the Roster. Ike has another two years left on his contract and i expect him to retire when it expires, making reciever a need for 2009, in my opinion. Then, Bennett Will be 30 Holt 32 and we'll have a rookie to play in the slot. If--If Bennett bombs out then this selection may be warranted, but on this offense, I think it's unlikely to happen. I don't want no Michigan curse, neither. :P

DL remains a great need, so Derrick Harvey, Quentin Groves or Glenn Dorsey would suffice.

Corner may develop into a big need so a Justin King or Antoine Cason is an okay pick too, considering that Ron Bartell and (esp.) J. Wade (third round 2007) are largely unproven as starters in a 16 game season, and current starter Fakhir Bown has just been suspended for 4 games.

Round Two-- Fantastic pick. I can live with a safety.

In round three, I'd prefer a strongside backer, or, if BPA rules apply, you can slot a reciever in there and I'd be okay wth it.

MasterShake
07-15-2007, 11:11 PM
Small correction.

The 49ers have their 2007 4th rounder, they traded a 2006 4th to NE.

LTgiants
07-15-2007, 11:15 PM
wow, 7 rounds, I personally love the giants 3rd and 7th round draft choices, good job

you like the idea of drafting a qb day one before the season started? why would that be a good thing

but if we were to pick there and eli did that bad which aint happening then it would be a pretty good draft

Caddy
07-15-2007, 11:30 PM
20 Buccaneers Sedrick Ellis DT USC

52 Buccaneers John David Booty QB USC

84 Buccaneers Dorien Bryant WR Purdue

116 Buccaneers Sean Sester T Purdue

148 Buccaneers Bryan Mattison DE Iowa

212 Buccaneers Tracy Porter CB Indiana


Whilst I like Ellis and Booty and think they could play decent roles in Tampa, I don't know enough about the rest of the picks to really give an accurate opinion on the draft.

adschofield
08-07-2007, 11:01 PM
not bad, but Gosder is a reach at 14

saintsfan912
08-07-2007, 11:52 PM
Just a few things:

Dorsey is a top 10 pick. Won't last that late.
Doucet will prob be a little higher, more like 18-22
I think Highsmith, while a little undersized, will prob be a higher pick. Prob day 1 pick.
Alley Broussard has quit football all together. He could never bounce back from the torn ACL.

Saints round 1, I would much rather have Rivers than a CB (If he lasts this long). Rivers is a special talent that would be impossible to pass up. We just drafted 2 CBs this year who are playing pretty well so far.

saintsfan912
08-07-2007, 11:54 PM
Also, Earl Bennett and Early Doucet are the 2 best WRs in the SEC. No way Monk goes before Bennett, they are more likely to swap draft positions in your mock to the real thing.

asu2100
08-11-2007, 11:32 PM
where's Josh Barrett?

PSULion93
08-13-2007, 01:36 PM
I like the colts takin rivers in the second if he makes it that far

Bearsfan123
08-13-2007, 02:22 PM
Bears dont need a first day lber even if Lance leaves, Jamar Williams is there and behind him is Okwo. As to the Hillenmeyer comment hes a good smart player who does his job period. As a guideline i like to use if the Bears are picking lower than 25 we ll be choosing a QB. Above it we wont.

So in the 23rd slot, Colt Brennan, JDB, or even Chad Henne would be acceptable. In the second Kirk Barton would be a great pick, or one of the S available, a wr like Malcolm Kelley, or even a rb like Jon Stewart or James Davis. In the third we have the Chargers pick.

duckseason
08-13-2007, 06:05 PM
Props for the effort, but man you've got too many studs slipping way too far. I understand you're ranking players based off your opinion, but a mock seems kinda pointless if you don't use your opinion of where they will actually go.

GB12
08-13-2007, 09:56 PM
Wow, great Packers draft. I would be very happy with that draft.

TimD
08-14-2007, 01:52 AM
Absolutely amazing Jets draft.

yeah it really was... i liked every pick...

fenikz
08-15-2007, 02:17 PM
Kenny Phillips S Miami

I love this pick, it would give the cardinals the best safety duo in the NFL and help our below average CBs

40 Cardinals DeJaun Tribble CB BC

I would rather have Terrell Thomas or Brandon Flowers but it's not a terrible pick

72 Cardinals Vernon Gholston DE/OLB OSU

Love this he is a good fit for what the Cardinals are trying to do, can come in as a pass rush specialist in the 4-3 and probably start in the 3-4 as a OLB, although i doubt he last to round 3, and if he were to be graded that low he would probably stay another year

104 Cardinals Wallace Gilberry DE Alabama

This pick doesn't make much since to me, he wouldn't get much if any playing time as he can't be a 3-4 OLB or DE and he would be behind Barry, Okafor, & Gholston at the 4-3 DE spot

since Bryant Johnson is leaving a WR could be picked here, Keenan Burton would be a steal, D.J. Hall or Lance Legget would be nice too

Cardinals Derrick Morse G Miami

gotta love them miami boys, he would give us some needed depth at guard and is good value

200 Cardinals Geoff Schwartz T Oregon

I don't know who he is but Jonathan Stewart has had some good season behind him so i'm fine with the pick

CincinnatiBengals15
08-16-2007, 10:59 PM
19 Bengals Glen Dorsey DT LSU
Very Nice :)
51 Bengals Malik Jackson OLB Louisville
Good pick

TimD
08-18-2007, 10:36 PM
great job for doing a 7 round draft.... this is what i think of your jets picks... overall good job...


Round 1
18 Jets Derrick Harvey DE/OLB Florida

Great pick. He will put the fear of god into QBs.


Round 2
50 Jets Andre Fluellen DE Florida St

Okay pick. Although we do need a DE for the 3-4, John Carlson the TE is on the board, and I think TE will be a main concern for next year's draft.


Round 3
82 Jets Kirk Elder G USC

Great pick. All the trouble with Kendall plus not great interior linemen depth.


Round 4
114 Jets Marcus Harrison DT Arkansas

Not a good pick. He needs to bulk up to be a NT in the 3-4. If Colt Brennan is on the board, like you have him, I think they take him just because Chad's injuries problems plus he's getting older.


Round 5
146 Jets Roshaun Fellows CB Tennessee
Round 6
178 Jets Kory Sperry TE Colorado St
Round 7
210 Jets Kyle Jackson S Florida


I think these all all good pick because those are positions we need depth in. Although if a TE is taken earlier look for the Jets to take a NT at that pick. Especially if they haven't taken 1 yet.