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neko4
08-31-2007, 01:40 AM
Okay im a bit bored and thought up this idea. Go back through your teams last 10 drafts and pick 7 players (1 from each round) to construct your team's best draft (over the last ten years)

Packers:
1st-AJ Hawk Ohio St LB (2006): He's already made a huge impact and will get much better.

2nd-Chad Clifton Tennessee OT (2000): We've ha alot of good 2nd rounders, but Clifton has become a great LT.

3rd-Mike McKenzie Memphis CB (1999): Not to many good 3rd rounders, but McKenzie was a good CB for us on bad defenses.

4th-Nail Diggs Ohio St LB (2000): It was between him, Bidwell, and Poppinga, but Diggs had some pretty good seasons with us.

5th-Aaron Kampan Iowa DE (2002): It took him a little while to have a breakout season, but when he did he exploded onto the scene.

6th-Corey Williams Arkansas St DT (2004): One of only two good players from this draft. Should start at DT this year.

7th-Donald Driver Alcorn St WR (1999): Has become one of the top WR's in the league.

Undrafted Player-Ryan Longwell Cal K (1997): One year past the 10 year mark, but w/e, he was always reliable.

Suppelemental Draft Player- Mike Wahle Navy OG (1998): Helped form one of the best lines in the league.


In contrast, Green Bay's worst:


1st-Jamal Reynolds FSU DE (2001)- Was a complete bust, atleast other like Carroll showed flashes.

2nd-Fred Vinson Vandy DB (1999)- Only spent one year with us before being traded for Ahman Green.

3rd-Donnell Washington Clemson DT (2004)- Im not sure if he ever played a single play.

Tubby
08-31-2007, 01:50 AM
1. Walter Jones
2. Lofa Tatupu
3. Darrell Jackson, Ahman Green, or LeRoy Hill (cant decide)
4. Rob Sims
5. Rocky Bernard
6. Itula Mili
7. Josh Brown
Undrafted: Mack Strong

KCJ58
08-31-2007, 01:52 AM
Green Bay's worst pick ever:

http://users.bestweb.net/~joneswr/memoribilia/packers/si_1989_04-24_mandarich_big.jpg

diabsoule
08-31-2007, 01:58 AM
Green Bay's worst pick ever:

http://users.bestweb.net/~joneswr/memoribilia/packers/si_1989_04-24_mandarich_big.jpg

He's a... a 10!

Boston
08-31-2007, 02:02 AM
Green Bay's worst pick ever:

I have a feeling you posted that picture for a reason...

EdReedUnstoppable
08-31-2007, 02:23 AM
Baltimore Ravens

RD 1 = Ed Reed S Miami

The best safety in the NFL, and one hell of a leader. Ray was taken 11 years ago so if he was available then it ould be Ray

RD 2 = Adam Terry OT Syracuse

This was tough because if we are only doing the past ten years if you look at our history from 1998-2007 the 2nd rd hasnt been good to us. Terry beat out Chester because Terry could be a very good LT.

RD 3 = Casey Rabach C Wisconsin

Another situation where a rd has not been good to us over the past decade.

RD 4 = Edwin Mulitalo OG Arizona

Edwin was quite a steal in rd 4, and a great team guy.

RD 5 = Dawan Landry S Georgia Tech

One of the best rookie seasons in Ravens history, look for him to get better and better, hard worker who is dedicated to becoming one of the best safeties in the NFL.

RD 6 = Adalius Thomas DE/LB Southern Mississippi

Versatile, play making tweener with great speed.

RD 7 = Mike Smith LB Texas Tech

If he could stay healthy he could be awesome!

Mr. Stiller
08-31-2007, 02:29 AM
Steelers Edit:


Round One: Ben Roethlisberger, QB, Miami(OH) [2004]
Runner Up: Alan Faneca, OG, LSU [1998]
Worst: Troy Edwards, WR, Georgia [1999]

Round Two: Marvel Smith, OT, Arizona State [2000]
Runner Up: Antwaan Randel El, QB/WR, Indiana [2002]
Worst: Alonzo Jackson, DE/OLB, Florida State [2003]

Round Three: Hines Ward, WR, Georgia [1998]
Runner Up: Joey Porter, OLB, Colorado State [1999]
Worst: Trai Essex, LT/LG, Northwestern [2005]

Round Four: Ike Taylor, CB, Louisiana-Lafeyette [2003]
Runner Up: Aaron Smith, DE, Northern Colorado [1999]
Worst: Fred Gibson, WR, Georgia [2005]

Round Five: Clark Haggans, OLB, Colorado State [2000]
Runner Up: William ***, CB, Louisville [2007]
Worst: Charles Davis, TE, Purdue [2006]

Round Six: Chris Kemoeatu, OG, Utah State [2005]
Runner Up: Chris Fuamata "One Bad" Ma'afala, RB, Utah [1998]
Worst: Matt Kranchick, TE, Penn State [2004]

Round Seven: Brett Keisel, DE, BYU [2002]
Runner Up: Noah Herron, RB, Northwestern [2005]
Worst: Chad Kelsay, LB, Nebraska [1999]

UDFA: Willie Parker, RB, North Carolina [2004]
Runner Up: James Harrison, LB, Kent State [2002]
Worst: Sean Morey [2002]

GermanSaint
08-31-2007, 04:20 AM
best :

1. Jammal Brown , LT , Oklahoma (2005)
2. Charles Grant DE , Georgia (2002)
3. LeCharles Bentley G/C , Ohio St. (2002)
4. Moran Norris RB/FB , Kansas (2001)
5. Mike Karney FB , Arizona State (2004)
6. Marc Bulger QB , West Virginia (2000)
7. Marques Colston WR , Hofstra (2006)

undrafted
Michael Lewis , No College KR/PR (2000/2001)

worst :

1. Jonathan Sullivan DT , Georgia (2003)
2. (nearly all but i took ) Cameron Cleeland TE , Washington (1998)
3. Courtney Watson LB , Notre Dame (2004)
4. Chase Lyman WR , California (2005)
6. (nearly all but the guy didnt make it to one snap ) Jason Jefferson DT , Wisconsin (2005)
7. All but Colston

comahan
08-31-2007, 04:33 AM
Houston Texans

Dont have much to pick from, as we've only had 5 drafts (6 including this years), but yea.

Round One: Andre Johnson, WR, Miami [2003]
Runner Up: Dunta Robinson, CB, South Carolina [2004]
Worst: David Carr, QB, Fresno State [2002]

Round Two: DeMeco Ryans, MLB, Alabama [2006]
Runner Up: Chester Pitts, OG, San Diego State [2002]
Worst: Bennie Joppru, TE, Michigan [2003]

Round Three: Eric Winston, RT, Miami [2006]
Runner Up: Jacoby Jones, WR, Lane [2007]
Worst: Charles Hill, DT, Maryland [2002]

Round Four: Domanick Davis, RB, LSU [2003]
Runner Up: Owen Daniels, TE, Wisconsin [2006]
Worst: Jonathan Wells, RB, Ohio State [2002]

Round Five: We have had 3 round 5 picks. Ever. And theyve sucked.

Round Six: DeMarcus Faggins, CB, Kansas State [2002]
Runner Up: Wali Lundy, RB, Virginia [2006]
Worst: Jammal Lord, DB, Nebraska [2004]

JagHombre22
08-31-2007, 04:36 AM
Jags Best Draft...2003
1st- Byron Leftwich
2nd- Rashean Mathis
3rd- Vince Manuwai
4th- George Wrighster
4th- Labrandon Toefield

JagHombre22
08-31-2007, 04:41 AM
1st rounder-Fred Taylor or Tony Boselli- RB and OT
2nd rounder- Rashean Mathis- CB
3rd Rounder- Aaron Beasley - CB
4th rounder- Rob Johnson or David Garrard- QB and QB
5th rounder- Josh Scobee- K
6th rounder- Pat Thomas- OLB/MLB
7th rounder- Bobby McCray- DE

Modano
08-31-2007, 06:03 AM
Dallas Cowboys:

Round 1: DeMarcus Ware (2005) - Toss up with Terence Newman, he's probably our best player along with TO
Round 2: Andre Gurode (2002) - Named to the Pro Bowl last year, has become a great center for us
Round 3: Jason Witten (2003) - Perennial probowler, one of the best TE's in the game
Round 4: Marion Barber (2005) - We have made some good picks in the fourth round, but Barbe is clearly the best. He needs more carries because he's a great back who runs with power and knows how to score
Round 5: Hmm...no one?
Round 6: Rob Petitti (2005) - At least he played a so and so season for us as a rookie.
Round 7: Patrick Crayton (2004) - Amazing slot receiver, great contributor for us the last couple of years.
Undrafted: Tony Romo - Well, the best Cowboys QB since Aikman retired

Caddy
08-31-2007, 07:48 AM
Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Round 1: 1997: Warrick Dunn. It was ultimately between him, Cadillac and MacFarland but his experience and achievements set him apart.

Round 2: 1998: Brian Kelly. A great partner to Ronde Barber forming one of the most formidable duos in the NFL for years.

Round 3: 1997: Ronde Barber. One of the greatest Cover 2 CB's ever and a member of the 20/20 club.

Round 4: 1999: Dexter Jackson. Not really much going on in this round but he was Superbowl MVP.

Round 5: 2002: Jermaine Phillips: The only real standout name.

Round 6: 1997: Al Harris: Didn't do much for the Bucs but has been a decent starter around the league.

Round 7: 2005: Paris Warren. Nobody stands out so Warren gets the position by default. Would have had a decent chance to contribute this year had he not sustained an injury against the Texans.

remix 6
08-31-2007, 08:31 AM
1st round: Seymour. we've had plenty recently though. Hes 1 of the best DL..hes the best 3-4 DE in the game and top 3 overall. I think Law is the only 1 that u can argue with Seymour at this point although Warren/Wilfork/Mankins are all GREAT

2nd Round: Milloy. Tremendous safety..love his game. Too bad it ended the way it did

3rd: Bruschi. Hell of a player..a leader, smart and was the sole of the defense for the SBs

4th: Samuel. If he can play the way he has last year..no doubt its him. Gannon was drafted by us though :)

5th: Koppen. Smart center..should be a pro bowler

6th: Brady..duh

8th round: Troy Brown :)

kalbears13
08-31-2007, 09:25 AM
Browns: This is really hard...

1) Kamerion Wimbley
2) Sean Jones
3) Daylon McCutcheon
4) Leon Williams
5) Andra Davis
6) Lawrence Vickers
7) Justin Hamilton?

Gridiron
08-31-2007, 10:06 AM
New York Jets

1. Nick Mangold - best lineman, one of the top centers in the league.
2. David Harris - steal on draft day, one of the most impressive players all off-season and pre-season.
3. Laveranues Coles - obvious
4. Kerry Rhodes - considered a project at the time, but is now one of the top safeties in the league.
5. Erik Coleman - nothing special, but he's the only starter out of our last 10 5th round picks.
6. Brooks Bollinger - nothing special, but he was used as valuable trade bait that got us a 6th round pick and DL CJ Mosley
7. Chansi Stuckey - it would be Jason Ferguson, but that was 11 years ago, not 10. Stuckey has already solidified his roster spot and possibly a lot of playing time.
Undrafted: Brandon Moore - starting lineman.

NIN1984
08-31-2007, 10:16 AM
Round One- Nnamdi Asomugha 2003

Round Two- Jerry Porter 2000

Round Three- Kirk Morrison 2005

Round Four- Has been awful no one good, maybe Micahel Bush will change that.

Round Five- Rod Coleman 1999

Round Six- Grady Jackson 1997

Round Seven- Ronald Curry 2002

Dam8610
08-31-2007, 10:32 AM
Round 1 - QB Peyton Manning 1998 (though there are SEVERAL great choices here)

Round 2 - S Bob Sanders 2004

Round 3 - CB Donald Strickland 2003 (this should soon become one of LB Freddy Keiaho, DT Quinn Pitcock, or CB Dante Hughes)

Round 4 - RT Ryan Diem 2001

Round 5 - DE Robert Mathis 2003

Round 6 - S Antoine Bethea 2006

Round 7 - P Hunter Smith 1999

UDFA - C Jeff Saturday 1999

Bills2083
08-31-2007, 10:39 AM
Round 1: Lee Evans - 2004 (Honorable Mention: Nate Clements, Antoine Winfield)
Round 2: Aaron Schobel - 2001 (Honorable Mention: Travis Henry)
Round 3: Angelo Crowell - 2003 (Honorable Mention: Jonas Jennings)
Round 4: Terrence McGee - 2003 (Honorable Mention: Ko Simpson)
Round 5: Sammy Morris - 2000 (Honorable Mention: Kyle Williams)
Round 6: Keith Ellison - 2006 (Honorable Mention: No one)
Round 7: Terrance Pennington - 2006 (Honorable Mention: No one)

UDFA: Jason Peters - 2004

BTW, does anyone know why my sig won't work?

Dam8610
08-31-2007, 10:48 AM
BTW, does anyone know why my sig won't work?

Are you using the [IMG] tags?

Bills2083
08-31-2007, 10:51 AM
yeah.

http://i181.photobucket.com/albums/x314/bills2083/fredjacksonsig.jpg?t=1188573520

What am I doing wrong? Is it because it's through Photobucket?

Turtlepower
08-31-2007, 10:53 AM
yeah.

http://i181.photobucket.com/albums/x314/bills2083/fredjacksonsig.jpg?t=1188573520

What am I doing wrong? Is it because it's through Photobucket?

Look at the sig request forum, I answered your question.

PalmerToCJ
08-31-2007, 10:57 AM
Cincinnati Bengals

1st: Carson Palmer
2nd: Chad Johnson (Corey Dillon being a close second)
3rd: Chris Henry (although he's an idiot he's IMO the most talented WR on our roster)
4th: Rudi Johnson (Robert Geathers deserves some mention though, hard to top Rudi at this spot)
5th: No one worth mention really
6th: Neil Rackers (didn't do much of anything with us but is a good kicker)
7th: TJ Houshmandzadeh (easiest pick)

Just looking at this it's obvious which side of the ball is our strong side. 3 2001 players make it.

Since Marvin Lewis took over he OWNS the 4th round. In his 3 drafts in which players have 1 year experience in the NFL he has drafted 5 4th round players, of those 5 players 4 are now starters... And some of our better ones (Domata Peko, Robert Geathers, Stacy Andrews, Eric Ghiaciuc).

Vikes99ej
08-31-2007, 11:53 AM
1. Kevin Williams (2003): Our most important player on defense

2. Matt Birk (1998): The leader of the Minnesota Vikings, and the anchor of our offensive line

3. E.J. Henderson (2003): Great year last year, and the leader of our LB cores

4. Bryant McKinnie (2002): Fantastic pass blocker

5. Jimmy Kleinsasser (1999): Local favorite and a nice blocker

6. Cedric Griffin (2006): Blossoming into a good corner

7. Adrian Peterson (2007): Hopefully will be good

Turtlepower
08-31-2007, 11:56 AM
1. Kevin Williams (2003): Our most important player on defense

2. Matt Birk (1998): The leader of the Minnesota Vikings, and the anchor of our offensive line

3. E.J. Henderson (2003): Great year last year, and the leader of our LB cores

4. Bryant McKinnie (2002): Fantastic pass blocker

5. Jimmy Kleinsasser (1999): Local favorite and a nice blocker

6. Cedric Griffin (2006): Blossoming into a good corner

7. Adrian Peterson (2007): Hopefully will be good

I didn't realize that Adrain Peterson fell to the 7th round. Good pick-up anyway. =D

Vikes99ej
08-31-2007, 11:59 AM
Damn, I did mine wrong. Disregard mine.

Shiver
08-31-2007, 12:07 PM
1. Keith Brooking - 1998
2. Alge Crumpler - 2001
3. Matt Schaub - 2004
4. Demorrio Williams - 2004
5. Michael Boley - 2005
6. Adam Jennings - 2006
7. Kynan Forney - 2001

Vikes99ej
08-31-2007, 12:09 PM
Allright, new try:

1. Kevin Williams (2003): Best 4-3 DT in the leaugue

2. EJ Henderson (2003): Great season last year, leader of our LB cores

3. Nate Burleson (2003): Had over 1,000 yards for us one year

4. Mewelde Moore (2004): solid back-up and has returned kicks for TDs

5. Ed McDaniel (1992): fifth all-time tackler for the Vikes

6. Matt Birk (1998): leader of the Minnesota Vikings

7. Jeff Dugan (2004): uhhhh... still on team, good blocker

Yeah, we pretty much suck at drafting.

KCJ58
08-31-2007, 12:13 PM
Rams Picks:

It's a 3 Way Tie for 1st
Round One: Steven Jackson - Oregon State - RB [2004]
Round One: Orlando Pace - Ohio State - OT [1997]
Round One: Torry Holt - North Carolina State - WR [1999]
Worst: Jimmy Kennedy - Penn State - OT - [2003]

Round Two: Dre’ Bly - North Carolina - CB - [1999]
Runner Up: Pisa Tinoisamoa - Hawaii - LB - [2003]
Worst: Robert Holcombe - Illinois - RB - [1998]

Round Three: Leonard Little - Tennessee - DE - [1999]
Runner Up: Kevin Curtis - Utah State - WR - [2003]
Worst: John St. Clair - Virgina - OL - [2000]

Round Four: Brandon Chillar - UCLA - LB - [2004]
Runner Up: Victor Adeyanju - Indiana - DE - [2006]
Worst: Joe Germaine - Ohio State - QB - [1999]

Round Five: None are really worth getting into but ill say Jerametrius Butler :)

Round Six: None
Runner Up: None
Worst: Jeff Smoker - Michigan State - QB [2004]

Round Seven: Larry Turner - Eastern Kentucky - OT - [2004]
Runner Up: Mark Setterstrom - Minnesota - OG - [2006]
Worst: Richard Angulo - Western Mexico - TE - [2003]

Yung Flippa
08-31-2007, 12:14 PM
For the Ravens,

Round 1: Ed Reed, Safety, Miami

Round 2: Adam Terry, LT, Syracuse

Round 3: David Pittman, CB, Northwestern State? (Only because he has the potential to replace Samari Rolle as our second starting corner)

Round 4: Demetrius Williams, WR, Oregon

Round 5: Dawan Landry, Safety, Georgia Tech

Round 6: Adalius Thomas, DE, Southern Mississippi

Round 7: Mike Smith, LB, Texas Tech? (Couldn't find anyone else)

tylerb929
08-31-2007, 12:34 PM
Colts:

1st Round: Peyton Manning (runners up E. James, R. Wayne, D. Freeney, J. Addai)
2nd Round: Bob Sanders (runners up Marcus Washington & Mike Peterson)
3rd Round: Bertrand Berry (Never did much for the Colts, been solid for Cards)
4th Round: David Thorton (runners up Ryan Diem, Jason David)
5th Round: Robert Mathis (runner up Jake Scott)
6th Round: Cato June (runner up Antoine Bethea: needs more time to tell)
7th Round: Rick DeMulling (he was solid til the Lions got a hold of him, runner up Hunter Smith)

Paul
08-31-2007, 12:51 PM
Allright, new try:

1. Kevin Williams (2003): Best 4-3 DT in the leaugue

2. EJ Henderson (2003): Great season last year, leader of our LB cores

3. Nate Burleson (2003): Had over 1,000 yards for us one year

4. Mewelde Moore (2004): solid back-up and has returned kicks for TDs

5. Ed McDaniel (1992): fifth all-time tackler for the Vikes

6. Matt Birk (1998): leader of the Minnesota Vikings

7. Jeff Dugan (2004): uhhhh... still on team, good blocker

Yeah, we pretty much suck at drafting.

From the past ten drafts. You can't do any thing right. HA

yodabear
08-31-2007, 12:53 PM
Rams Picks:

It's a 3 Way Tie for 1st
Round One: Steven Jackson - Oregon State - RB [2004]
Round One: Orlando Pace - Ohio State - OT [1997]
Round One: Torry Holt - North Carolina State - WR [1999]
Worst: Jimmy Kennedy - Penn State - OT - [2003]

Round Two: Dre’ Bly - North Carolina - CB - [1999]
Runner Up: Pisa Tinoisamoa - Hawaii - LB - [2003]
Worst: Robert Holcombe - Illinois - RB - [1998]

Round Three: Leonard Little - Tennessee - DE - [1999]
Runner Up: Kevin Curtis - Utah State - WR - [2003]
Worst: John St. Clair - Virgina - OL - [2000]

Round Four: Brandon Chillar - UCLA - LB - [2004]
Runner Up: Victor Adeyanju - Indiana - DE - [2006]
Worst: Joe Germaine - Ohio State - QB - [1999]

Round Five: None are really worth getting into but ill say Jerametrius Butler :)

Round Six: None
Runner Up: None
Worst: Jeff Smoker - Michigan State - QB [2004]

Round Seven: Larry Turner - Eastern Kentucky - OT - [2004]
Runner Up: Mark Setterstrom - Minnesota - OG - [2006]
Worst: Richard Angulo - Western Mexico - TE - [2003]





No, St. Clair at least started. The worst pick in the third round shoulda been easy. Eric Crouch FTW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

bored of education
08-31-2007, 12:55 PM
Chiefs the last 10 Drafts

best
1st Round: Tony G, Larry Johnson, Derrick Johnson, Tamba Hali
2nd round: Bernard Pollard, Kawika Mitchell?
3rd Round: Dustin Colquitt, Greg Wesley
4th Round: Jared Allen, Donnie Edwards (1996)
5th round: Scott Fujita, Dante Hall, Joe Horn (1996)
6th Round: Jimmy Wilkerson
7th Round: Jarrad Page, Terdell Sands, Dave Szot (1990)

Bearsfan123
08-31-2007, 01:01 PM
Bears
1: Brian Urlacher 2000
Runner up: Tommie Harris 04
2Mike Brown-Tough choice but lets face it hes a leader and an intergral part of the D.
Runner up:Devin Hester-He set an NFL record...
3:Olin Kreutz-Not much competition. Hes one of the best Centers in the league.
Runner up:Lance Briggs
4Nathan Vasher-One of our better corners.
5:Mark Anderson-It was between him and Jerry Azumah. I chose the speedy pass rusher.
6:Adrian Peterson-Hes a good ST player who runs hard.
7:Rod Wilson-ummm i dunno he actually played for us so yeah.

Sniper
08-31-2007, 01:03 PM
Eagles

1. Donovan McNabb '99 Runner-up: Shawn Andrews '04
2. Sheldon Brown '02 Runner-up: Michael Lewis '02, Reggie Brown '04, LJ Smith '03
3. Brian Westbrook '02 Runner-up Jeremiah Trotter '98, Derrick Burgess '01
4. John Welbourn '99 Runner-up: Correll Buckhalter '01
5. Trent Cole '05 Runner-up: Omar Gaither '06
6. Ed Jasper '97 Runner-up: LaJuan Ramsey '06
7. Koy Detmer '97 Runner-up: Raheem Brock '02

'02 draft was godly. Lito, Lewis, Sheldon and Westbrook

Turtlepower
08-31-2007, 01:05 PM
No, St. Clair at least started. The worst pick in the third round shoulda been easy. Eric Crouch FTW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It wasn't Eric Crouch's fault that he was born Eric Crouch. His parents should be blamed for being the people to give birth to him. =D

SubNoize
08-31-2007, 01:09 PM
Raiders
1.Charles Woodson-was a great corner for us until injuries hit him, turned it around in GB last year though.
Runner up: Nnamdi Asomugha-Got a slow start as far as INTs are concerned, but has always been great in man coverage.
Worst: It's a toss up between Matt Stincomb, Philip Buchanon and Derrick Gibson.

2.Thomas Howard- Had a terrific rookie year and is looking like a beast going into this year.
Runner up: Jerry Porter-Has churned out some productive seasons since joining in 2000.
Worst: Leon Bender- Who? yeah he was a mistake all the way, he fits in with the rest of the 2nd round losers we've taken in Teyo Johnson, Doug Jolley and Langston Walker.

3.Kirk Morrison- The only thing Norv got right, Morrison is the undisputed leader of the defense while Sapp is the mouthpiece.
Runner up: Stuart Schweigert- A lot of people take shots at him, but the guys got heart, makes some great plays and has good character.
Worst: DeLawrence Grant- project player that never worked out.

4.We've havent drafted a 4th round prospect that panned out since Rocket Ismail way back in the day, hopefully Bush or Bowie make it.

5.Shane Lechler-Pro Bowl punter has been great for the team since being selected in 2000.
Runner up:Rod Coleman- Played great here, got out and continues to be solid elsewhere.
Worst: Kenyon Coleman- This guy just isnt a good player.

6.Grady Jackson- Yet another player who established himself and then jetted for greener pastures.
Runner up: Kevin Boothe- Had a good rookie season despite playing under the Art Shell part deux regime.
Worst: Chris Cooper- they actually called him "Baby Howie" but he never panned out.

7.Ronald Curry- Has been great when healthy, def. a great scenario of QB-WR conversion.
Runner Up: Courtney Anderson- Showed glimpses of being good, never could put it all together but started every year since entering league.
Worst: Take your pick of the rest.

SuperMcGee
08-31-2007, 01:14 PM
Round 1: Lee Evans - 2004 (Honorable Mention: Nate Clements, Antoine Winfield)
Round 2: Aaron Schobel - 2001 (Honorable Mention: Travis Henry)
Round 3: Angelo Crowell - 2003 (Honorable Mention: Jonas Jennings)
Round 4: Terrence McGee - 2003 (Honorable Mention: Ko Simpson)
Round 5: Sammy Morris - 2000 (Honorable Mention: Kyle Williams)
Round 6: Keith Ellison - 2006 (Honorable Mention: No one)
Round 7: Terrance Pennington - 2006 (Honorable Mention: No one)

UDFA: Jason Peters - 2004

BTW, does anyone know why my sig won't work?

Jackson may be 1000x better than Smith, but he' still not Fast Freddie/Freddy. Excellent player choice, though.

ripdw27
08-31-2007, 01:32 PM
i dont get it, is it the best player selected in the actual round or te 7 best players weve ever drafted over the last 10 years? cuz im not familiar with who weve got in each round but ill give it a stab..

1.tie. Al Wilson - leader of a very high power defense for a long time, a huge impact player, potentially HOF before he got hurt. Clinton Portis - for two years he racked up 1500+ in each season, n then got us champ bailey, who in the last 2 seasons, has 18 picks. thank you "bro sweets". ha anyone remember that?

2. Darrent Williams - He was taken in the 2nd, not sure who else we have here. but for 2 years he played solid opposite champ bailey with only 1 bad game i can recall, n that was against the colts and i believe if he was still with us he would make a huge impact this season to.

3. Dominique Foxworth - I really have no idea who else weve taken in the third, but hes been an effective nickleback.

4. ok, i cant think of anyone who was taken here so im gonna go with the next best players weve drafted.
DJ Williams - solid and extremely talented linebacker, moved to mike to help fill the al wilson gap.

5. Jay Cutler - only played in a few games, but he was very effective in each one, 2-1 in the last 3 games. qb is the leader of offense n cutler is on the road to being a great qb.

6. Brandon Marshall - was my number 2 choice for round 2, productive wideout then could replace rod smith as a go to guy.

7. whatever pick got us Javon Walker. it was a 2nd round pick, n ill take walker over whoever that pick turned out to be. Walker was the biggest playmaker ive ever seen at receiver for us. i remember him takin a reverse to the house, n rackin up tds n yards.

again i would like to apologize for my lack of knowledge about my teams draft picks. gimme a break, im young. anyway ill update it later after i check into some draft picks.

SubNoize
08-31-2007, 01:37 PM
i dont get it, is it the best player selected in the actual round or te 7 best players weve ever drafted over the last 10 years? cuz im not familiar with who weve got in each round but ill give it a stab...

You're supposed to use the best player you've drafted in each round to make one draft. like the best player you've sleceted in the 7th goes at 7 and best in the 4th goes at 4 and so on...

Vikes99ej
08-31-2007, 01:39 PM
From the past ten drafts. You can't do any thing right. HA

Screw that. I do what I want!

draftguru151
08-31-2007, 01:42 PM
Dolphins
1. Ronnie Brown- It was him or Vernon Carey. :/
2. Chris Chambers- Second is Matt Roth, their the only 2 guys to do anything.
3. Channing Crowder- Morlon Greenwood is the other good one, but Channing is a beast.
4- Randy McMichael- Good TE for us, no clue why he is gone, Travis Daniels is 2nd.
5- Anthony Alabi- Only 5th rounder to do anything, current RT.
6- Red Hadnot- Last 2 years he's been pretty good, looks awful in preseason. Yeremiah Bell gets 2nd.
7- Derrick Pope- Good back up MLB, probably would have been Fred Evans if he wasn't cut.

wiscbadgerfootball
08-31-2007, 01:43 PM
whooooo Chris Chambers UW alum!!!

scottyboy
08-31-2007, 01:54 PM
hmmm should be interesting with the Giants...

1st round

Jeremy Shockey- hard choice here, but he's a top 5 TE who brings so much energy to the team

2nd round

Osi Umenyiora-The giants have had A TON of success in the 2nd round, but Strahan is more than 10 years ago which rules him out. Snee is a very close 2nd

3rd round
Brad Maynard, P. yes sad, a punter, but the Giants have awful history in the 3rd round. Tuck would be my next choice, but he's very unproven. The artist formally known as Will Peterson is also up there.

4th round
Brandon Jacobs, RB- FEED THE BEAST

5th round
David Diehl LG/LT- a soldier who changes positions for the team when they need him to. many are wrong saying he's a weak spot at LT. other close choices were starting SS Gibril Wilson(pro bowl this year!) and Sam Garnes

6th Round
David Tyree- WR/gunner- pro bowl special teamer.

7th Round
Daryl Jones- WR- was a semi decent return man...

UDFA-(that we initially signed) Chase Blackburn, Jared Lorenzen- fan favorites, once the hefty lefty and Blackburn makes plays when he's in the game(sack vs philly in playoffs)

nobodyinparticular
08-31-2007, 02:07 PM
Raiders
1.Charles Woodson-was a great corner for us until injuries hit him, turned it around in GB last year though.
Runner up: Nnamdi Asomugha-Got a slow start as far as INTs are concerned, but has always been great in man coverage.
Worst: It's a toss up between Matt Stincomb, Philip Buchanon and Derrick Gibson.

2.Thomas Howard- Had a terrific rookie year and is looking like a beast going into this year.
Runner up: Jerry Porter-Has churned out some productive seasons since joining in 2000.
Worst: Leon Bender- Who? yeah he was a mistake all the way, he fits in with the rest of the 2nd round losers we've taken in Teyo Johnson, Doug Jolley and Langston Walker.

3.Kirk Morrison- The only thing Norv got right, Morrison is the undisputed leader of the defense while Sapp is the mouthpiece.
Runner up: Stuart Schweigert- A lot of people take shots at him, but the guys got heart, makes some great plays and has good character.
Worst: DeLawrence Grant- project player that never worked out.

4.We've havent drafted a 4th round prospect that panned out since Rocket Ismail way back in the day, hopefully Bush or Bowie make it.

5.Shane Lechler-Pro Bowl punter has been great for the team since being selected in 2000.
Runner up:Rod Coleman- Played great here, got out and continues to be solid elsewhere.
Worst: Kenyon Coleman- This guy just isnt a good player.

6.Grady Jackson- Yet another player who established himself and then jetted for greener pastures.
Runner up: Kevin Boothe- Had a good rookie season despite playing under the Art Shell part deux regime.
Worst: Chris Cooper- they actually called him "Baby Howie" but he never panned out.

7.Ronald Curry- Has been great when healthy, def. a great scenario of QB-WR conversion.
Runner Up: Courtney Anderson- Showed glimpses of being good, never could put it all together but started every year since entering league.
Worst: Take your pick of the rest.


Four words:



Bo Jackson 7th round.

SubNoize
08-31-2007, 02:17 PM
Four words:



Bo Jackson 7th round.

He would of been my choice had this not been players from the last decade of drafts.

Vikes99ej
08-31-2007, 02:27 PM
Four words:



Bo Jackson 7th round.

I guess it's only for players drafted within the last 10 years.

TimD
08-31-2007, 04:12 PM
NEW YORK JETS

Okay, I have ties in most of the rounds because at a certain point I can't choose whose better/will be better

Round 1
2000 Draft (Chad Pennington QB, John Abraham DE, & Shaun Ellis DE) - Chad and John have had up and down careers, but all three are solid starters...
Jonathon Vilma MLB - 2004, 12th - In his 3 years in the NFL, he's had 100+ tackles every year. He's currently not playing to his full potential because of Mangini's defensive scheme, but is still a solid linebacker.
Nick Mangold C - 2006, 29th - He was thrust into the starting spot to replace All-Pro Kevin Mawae, and he ended up being one of the best rookies last year.
Round 2
Mike Nugent K - 2005, 47th - Being a kicker taken in the 2nd round leads to extremely high expectations. In Mike's first year he was somewhat of a disappointment, but now after "learning" how to kick a NFL ball, he looks to be a great kicker for years to come.
Will Kellen Clemens (QB, 2006) be here next year?
Round 3
Laveranues Coles WR - 2000, 78th - The fifth player taken in possibly the Jet's best draft ever. Has gotten 3000 yds 3 times in his career (once with WSH), and last year he had 90+ receptions, 1000 yds, and 6 tds.
Round 4 This Round has been good to us....
Jason Fabini OT - 1998, 111th - Solid starter from 1999 to 2005 for the Jets.
Jerricho Cotchery WR - 2004, 108th - Special team stud his first 2 years. Last year he had a breakout season with 80+ catches, 900+ yds, and 6 tds.
Kerry Rhodes SS - 2005, 123rd - In his first season as a full-time starter he was a Pro Bowl snub... 90+ tackles, 5 sacks, and 4 ints. Will be a force back in the SS spot for years to come.
Leon Washington RB - 2006, 103rd - Look for him to be a solid NFL RB for years to come. Originally viewed as a 3rd down back, he will show he can be a starter, but for this year, he will be the speed in a good 1-2 runningback duo.
Round 5
Erik Coleman FS - 2004, 143rd - 3 up and down seasons as a starter, yet 100+ tackles in each season.
Round 6
ummm Brooks Bollinger???
Hopefully Jacob Bender (OL, 2007) will earn the right to be on this list after this year.
Round 7
Jason Ferguson NT - 1997, 229th - Solid career with the Jets. Unfortunately left right before they brought in the 3-4 defense, which he is now dominating in down in Dallas.
Look for Chansi Stuckey (WR, 2007) to be on this list next year.

please disregard all years prior to 1997 for NYJ drafts... it was just ugly

SchizophrenicBatman
08-31-2007, 05:12 PM
1st Round: Julius Peppers (2002)
2nd Round: Kris Jenkins (2001)
3rd Round: Steve Smith (2001)
4th Round: Dante Wesley (2002)
5th Round: Adam Seward (2005)
6th Round: Jeno James (2000)
7th Round: Kris Mangum (1997)
UDFA: Brad Hoover (2000)

pretty awful 4-7...lots of success in round 3 though. Smith, Witherspoon, Ricky ManningJr, Travelle Wharton four straight years