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23trufant
10-05-2007, 08:41 PM
Buffalo Bills trade pick #4 to Chicago Bears for picks #8 and second rounder. (Dont really like to do trades but Bills have noone to pick that high IMO and Bears can trade above Vikings and Falcons who both need QBs)

1st round

1. Miami Dolphins - Jake Long, OT - Michigan
Ronnie Brown has an erection, Long is the best OT in the draft and an amazing run-blocker.

2. St. Louis Rams - Calais Campbell, DE - Miami(FL)
The Rams have been looking to uograde their Dline for about 10 years and hopefully Campbell is a great find.

3. New Orleans Saints - Glen Dorsey, DT - LSU
The Saints are a major disappoinment, their D is terrible. They have two good DEs but lack a playmaker in the middle.

4. Chicago Bears (T/Buf) - Andre Woodson, QB - Kentucky
Bears trade up to get the #1 QB, IMO is Woodson could be Brohm though. Bears have a solid team just lack a QB to win them games.

5. New York Jets - Darren McFadden, RB - Arkansas
Not a real area of need but its BPA and McFadden would bring another element to their offense.

6. Minnesota Vikings - Brian Brohm, QB - Louisville
Jackson got thrown in too early and if Brad Childress gets fired (please) then another coach will be looking for a new QB.

7. Atlanta Falcons - Kenny Phillips, S - Miami
The Falcon saftey tandem of Lawyer Milloy and Chris Crocker can serious be upgraded and Phillips is the next elite saftey.

8. Buffalo Bills (T/Chi) - Keith Rivers, OLB - USC
The Bills have a pretty solid young defense but it has a couple of holes, one being OLB. Rivers is a great talent who should fill in nice.

9. San Diego Chargers - Malcolm Kelly, WR - Oklahoma
The Chargers like bigger WRs and Kelly is about 5 inches taller than Jackson so he gets the pick, the Chargers offense has really taken a step down.

10. Cincinatti Bengals - Dan Connor, OLB - Penn State
The Bengals LBs cant stay on the field and when they do they arent that impressive anyways.

11. Philadelphia Eagles - Desean Jackson, WR - Cal
Fans claim that their WRs are fine and while I like them I still think Jackson would be the best pick at this point.

12. New England Patriots (T/49ers) - Vernon Gholston, DE/OLB - Ohio State
IMO Gholston will be the best 3/4 OLB in the draft, Pats dont really have any holes but could use some younger depth at LB.

13. Carolina Panthers- Sam Baker, OT - USC
The Panthers need to work on getting Delhomme or Carr time. Baker is a great OT.

14. Kansas City Chiefs - Ryan Clady, OT - Boise State
Cheifs were at their best when they had a dominate Oline, they barely have anything left that resembles that anymore.

15. Houston Texans- Justin King, CB - Penn State
I know some of the Texans fans dont think CB is that big of a need but King is a playmaker and will help the secondary alot.

16. New York Giants - Malcom Jenkins, CB - Ohio State
The Giants secondary needs some help and more at saftey than CB in my opinion but Jenkins is a better talent than any S available at this point.

17. Dallas Cowboys (T/Cle) - Limas Sweed, WR - Texas
Terrell Owens and Terry Glenn are both near their mid 30s and while Patrick Crayton is good he will need some help at WR.

18. Denver Broncos - Xavier Adibi, OLB - Virginia Tech
They could really use another OLB and Adibi is a good fit imo.

19. Arizona Cardinals - Derrick Harvey, DE/OLB - Florida
Cards made the switch to the 3/4 but still need some more players that fit the scheme, Harvey should be a great OLB.

20. Oakland Raiders - Chris Long, DE - Virginia
Howie's son gets to play for his old team, Long should fit in nice in Oakland with the speedrusher Burgess opposite him.

21. Baltimore Ravens - Antoine Cason, CB - Arizona
They could use the depth and while McAllister and Rolle are not that old its time to groom a replacement.

22. Washington Redskins - Tyson Jackson, DE - LSU
The Redskins have suprised some people this year but they still could use some help on the Dline.

23. Jacksonville Jaguars - Matt Ryan, QB - Boston College
Leftwhich is gone and while Garrad is OK he can be upgraded.

24. Tennessee Titans - Quentin Groves, DE - Auburn
May be small at the pro level but will provide a pass rushing attack, would be an ideal fit for a 3/4 team.

25. Detroit Lions - DeJuan Tribble, CB - Boston College
The Lions have been good this season but they still need alot of help at CB.

26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Sedrick Ellis, DT - USC
Ellis would be a nice addition to their Dline.

27. Green Bay Packers - Steve Slaton, RB - West Virginia
Brandon Jackson still deserves time but he combined with Slaton will be better.

28. Pittsburgh Steelers - Aqib Talib, CB - Kansas
Steelers have a good D but could use depth adnd playmakers at CB.

29. Seattle Seahawks - Michael Oher, OG/OT - Ole Miss
Walter Jones is getting older, Chris Gray is almost 40, thats 2 starting spots that will need to be filled fairly soon.

30. San Francisco 49ers (T/Ind) - Early Doucet, WR - LSU
They have some people with talent at WR they have just not managed to put it all together so here comes Early.

31. Dallas Cowboys - Reggie Smith, CB/S - Oklahoma
A good fit he should be able to play S at Dallas since Hamlin is on a one-year contract.

32. New England Patriots - NO PICK

2nd round

1. Miami Dolphins - John Carlson, TE - Notre Dame
2. St. Louis Rams - Gosder Cherilous, OT - Boston College
3. New Orleans Saints - Mike Jenkins, CB - South Florida
4. Buffalo Bills - Adarius Bowman, WR - Oklahoma State
5. New York Jets - Tony Hills, OT - Texas
6. Minnesota Vikings - Jack Ikegwuonu, CB - Wisconsin
7. Atlanta Falcons - Barry Richardson, OT - Clemson
8. Buffalo Bills (T/Chi) - DeMario Pressley, DT - North Carolina State
9. San Diego Chargers - Terrell Thomas, CB - USC
10. Cincinatti Bengals - Lawrence Jackson, DE - USC
11. Philadelphia Eagles - Fred Davis, TE - USC
12. San Francisco 49ers - Red Bryant, DE, Texas A&M
13. Carolina Panthers- Jonathon Heffney, S - Tennessee
14. Kansas City Chiefs - Earl Bennett, WR - Vanderbilt
15. Atlanta Falcons (T/Hou) - Colt Brennan, QB - Hawaii
16. New York Giants - Ali Highsmith, OLB - LSU
17. Cleveland Browns - Frank Okam, DE - Texas
18. Denver Broncos - Josh Barrett, S - Arizona State
19. Arizona Cardinals - Dwight Lowery, CB - San Jose St
20. Oakland Raiders - Jordan Grimes, OG - Purdue
21. Baltimore Ravens - Tommy Blake, DE/OLB - TCU
22. Washington Redskins - Keenan Burton, WR - Kentucky
23. Jacksonville Jaguars - DJ Hall, WR - Alabama
24. Tennessee Titans - Jonathon Goff, MLB - Vanderbilt
25. Detroit Lions - Vince Hall, MLB - Virginia Tech
26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - John David Booty, QB - USC
27. Green Bay Packers - Zach Bowman, CB - Nebraska
28. Pittsburgh Steelers - Shawn Crable, OLB - Michigan
29. Seattle Seahawks - Martin Rucker, TE - Missouri
30. Indianapolis Colts - Phillip Wheeler, OLB - Georgia Tech
31. Dallas Cowboys - Tashard Choice, RB - Georgia Tech
32. New England Patriots - Tom Zbikowski, S - Notre Dame


1. Miami Dolphins - Darien Williams, S - Oklahoma
2. St. Louis Rams - Chad Henne, QB - Michigan
3. New Orleans Saints - Ezra Butler, OLB - UNLV
4. Buffalo Bills - Dominique Cromartie, CB - Tennessee St
5. New York Jets - Eric Young, OG - Tennessee
6. Minnesota Vikings - Kris Dunlap, OT - Auburn
7. Atlanta Falcons - Andre Fluellen, DT - Florida St
8. Chicago Bears - Mike Hart, RB - Michigan
9. San Diego Chargers - BJ Raji, NT - Utah
10. Cincinatti Bengals - Kentwan Butler, DT - UNC
11. Philadelphia Eagles - Thomas DeCoud, S - California
12. San Francisco 49ers - Bruce Davis, DE/OLB - UCLA
13. Carolina Panthers - Craig Stevens, TE - UCLA
14. Kansas City Chiefs - John Sullivan, OC - Notre Dame
15. Houston Texans - Beau Bell, OLB - UNLV
16. New York Giants - Marcus Griffin, S - Texas
17. Cleveland Browns - Allan Patrick, RB - Oklahoma
18. Denver Broncos - Andre Caldwell, WR - Florida
19. Arizona Cardinals - Roy Schuening, OG - Oregon State
20. Oakland Raiders - Harry Douglas, WR - Louisville
21. Buffalo Bills (T/Balt) - Shannon Tevaga, OG - UCLA
22. Washington Redskins - Simeon Castille, CB - Alabama
23. Jacksonville Jaguars - Ben Moffitt, LB - South Florida
24. Tennessee Titans - Cody Wallace, OC - Texas A&M
25. Detroit Lions - Chris Williams, OT - Vanderbilt
26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Malik Jackson, OLB - Louisville
27. Green Bay Packers - Jamar Adams, S - Michigan
28. Pittsburgh Steelers - Marcus Monk, WR - Arkansas
29. Seattle Seahawks - Ryan Torian, RB - Arizona State
30. Indianapolis Colts - Kredall Langford, DE - Hampton
31. Dallas Cowboys - Trae Williams, CB - South Florida
32. New England Patriots - Dennis Dixon, QB/ATH - Oregon

Turtlepower
10-05-2007, 08:44 PM
The greatest Giants mock the world has ever known. =D

saintsfan912
10-05-2007, 08:47 PM
Love the Saints first 2 picks. Not a fan of the 3rd one but we do need alot of defense so whatever. Maybe a safety in the 3rd, since Bullocks seems to get burnt ALOT.

doingthisinsteadofwork
10-05-2007, 08:49 PM
I like your draft but I dont know if we'll go G in the 2nd.And we dont have a third.Give ours to NE.

scar988
10-05-2007, 09:06 PM
7. Atlanta Falcons - Kenny Phillips, S - Miami
The Falcon saftey tandem of Lawyer Milloy and Chris Crocker can serious be upgraded and Phillips is the next elite saftey.

- um, you don't take a safety this high when ou have other needs. we need a QB, and LT way more than a S and woudl get LT Sam Baker here.

7. Atlanta Falcons - Barry Richardson, OT - Clemson

- good pick, even if we got Baker in the first, this would set up our line for a good time in 2008.

15. Atlanta Falcons (T/Hou) - Colt Brennan, QB - Hawaii

- good pick

7. Atlanta Falcons - Andre Fluellen, DT - Florida St

- bad pick. we don't need a penetrating 280 pound UT. we already have 2. what we need ia a fat run stuffing NT. give us a big fatty NT or a SS type here.

NYGibril28
10-05-2007, 09:27 PM
Very good Giants draft

Scotty D
10-05-2007, 09:31 PM
I wanna secks you.

Caddy
10-05-2007, 09:40 PM
Sedrick Ellis - Good pick. A position with questionable depth but at this time of the year it makes sense. If the Haye/Peterson rotation continues to work as well as it is now, NT becomes a greater area of need.

JDB - I wouldn't be upset with this pick but JDB is not one of my favourite middle tier QB's.

Malik Jackson - OLB is not a need at all. Try a receiver or tackle.

T-RICH49
10-05-2007, 11:39 PM
Like the 1st 2 picks for KC but the 3rd is horrible to say the least.CB is a BIG need so Trae WIlliams or Simeon Castille would be way better picks

JETS5128
10-05-2007, 11:42 PM
First 2 picks are fine, but if we passed on Raji in the 3rd i would be beyond pissed

jackalope
10-06-2007, 12:05 AM
I don't see safety as a need at all for the Packers, but the first two picks are alright.

Finsfan79
10-06-2007, 04:49 AM
I would not mind seeing raji to the fins in the third as we need a nose tackle

WMD
10-06-2007, 06:18 AM
Nice picks for the Lions, addressing three big, big needs.

skinzzfan25
10-06-2007, 08:32 AM
Pretty good skins mock.

Crow
10-06-2007, 09:44 AM
Forget the picks. Putting Oakland in the 20 hole made me smile.

Primetime21
10-06-2007, 06:15 PM
Absolutley love Seahawks draft. Only change would be if Trufant leaves(which he prob wont) and we dont sgin a veteran then switch Torian with Trae Williams. A+.

PACKmanN
10-06-2007, 06:37 PM
i give you a 0/3 for the packers.

1. Reggie Smith, CB, Oklahoma
2. Martin Rucker, TE, Missouri
3. Kredall Langford, DE, Hampton

Give those players to the packers.

adschofield
10-06-2007, 06:41 PM
Love the Chiefs picks

jackalope
10-06-2007, 06:41 PM
i give you a 0/3 for the packers.

1. Reggie Smith, CB, Oklahoma
2. Martin Rucker, TE, Missouri
3. Kredall Langford, DE, Hampton

Give those players to the packers.Why a DE in the 3rd?

TitanHope
10-06-2007, 10:58 PM
24. Tennessee Titans - Quentin Groves, DE - Auburn
May be small at the pro level but will provide a pass rushing attack, would be an ideal fit for a 3/4 team.

The Titans do not run a 3-4 defense. Earl Bennett, Sedrick Ellis, or Steve Slaton here please.

24. Tennessee Titans - Jonathon Goff, MLB - Vanderbilt

Good pick. Martin Rucker would be tempting too.

24. Tennessee Titans - Cody Wallace, OC - Texas A&M

We drafted Leroy Harris, a 4 year starter at Center at NC State, last year in the 4th round. We have our future at center. Red Bryant or Kendall Langford would be cool.


No receiver?

fenikz
10-06-2007, 11:30 PM
great cardinals draft, you filled all of our biggest needs with the players who fit best

superfly69
10-06-2007, 11:55 PM
No way Mike Hart falls into round 3.

bearsfan_51
10-07-2007, 12:49 AM
The Bears have the Chargers 3rd. You should probably look these things up before making a mock.

brat316
10-07-2007, 01:03 AM
i thinking the eagles have a bigger need in the second for Saftey then TE.

In the Third i dont belive a Wr is a need, with the amount of depth they have, but O line is a much better pick for them, Gaurd or Tackle. I think they can get a cb, in the second, lb is a need they do have aging ones, but not on the outside with timmons and Woodley there.

Vikes99ej
10-07-2007, 01:25 AM
Another cornerback for the Vikes?

BamaFalcon59
10-07-2007, 03:51 AM
Devent outside of the Fluellan pick. We have Babineaux and Coleman for the 3-technique and Fluellan is only 280 pounds.

Canadian_kid16
10-07-2007, 10:24 AM
26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Sedrick Ellis, DT - USC
26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - John David Booty, QB - USC
26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Malik Jackson, OLB - Louisville


Ellis is a really good pick, I like it

NO NOT BOOTY! I hate Booty, especially after his 4 INT performance against STANFORD!

Give us OL or WR here

BaLLiN
10-07-2007, 03:31 PM
16. New York Giants - Malcom Jenkins, CB - Ohio State
The Giants secondary needs some help and more at saftey than CB in my opinion but Jenkins is a better talent than any S available at this point.

16. New York Giants - Ali Highsmith, OLB - LSU

16. New York Giants - Marcus Griffin, S - Texas

Jenkins is a good pick, but corner in the first round for two years is not likely for the giants, we need help at linebacker especially because pierce is not really great, and Kiwi is not really fitting in.

The second pick im not sure of, he's undersized, but looking toward the right position.

Third pick I love. We need help at safety, and even though he got outrun for a touchdown in the red river rivalry, he is a great talent.

Draft Grade: B+

Kurve
10-07-2007, 05:59 PM
I like the raiders pick DE is a great need and with Howies son i think would look nice in the silver and black

Joeyjr09
10-07-2007, 08:48 PM
1. Miami Dolphins - Jake Long, OT - Michigan
Ronnie Brown has an erection, Long is the best OT in the draft and an amazing run-blocker.

1. Miami Dolphins - John Carlson, TE - Notre Dame

1. Miami Dolphins - Darien Williams, S - Oklahoma


Long is a solid 1st pick for Miami even though D is a far more pressing need. Our OL has actually been playing solid football this season while our D is ranked in the bottom 5 in the league. We need to add youth to the D. Carlson is a bad pick. We do have a need at TE but there are far more key areas of the team that need to be addressed way before we get a TE. Frank Okam would be the pick there. You have him listed as a DE and I have no idea why. He's 325 pounds and he's pretty decent at taking on multiple blockers. He would be a nice pickup in the 2nd for Miami to try as a NT since our run defense is dead last in the NFL. Williams is ok as a 3rd rounder although I'd rather have a CB but I don't think there's one out there as good a value as Williams.

On side notes. DeJuan Tribble in round 1? No way his 5'9 frame lets him go that high. He's a 2nd rounder at best. Also do a little research on Okam and Bryant. They are both 325 pounds. They are more likely to play NT then they are to play DE. I don't think there's a DE in the league that weighs more then 300. You can't just take any old college 4-3 DT and place him at DE in the 3-4. Doesn't work that way. Some players can do it, others can not. And by the way. No way does Seattle pick that low after the horrible game they just played against Pittsburgh. Stop dreaming.

Smooth Criminal
10-07-2007, 09:06 PM
Steelers mock isn't so bad. With Faneca leaving after this season our biggest need is easily LG and should be adressed probably in the first round.

After that we could definately use more depth at OLB since Timmons is slated to play the inside and Haggans is expected to be let go.

WR has proven to be a weakness so I don't mind seeing a 3rd round pick there either.

Ike Taylor and Bryant McFadden are both having pretty good years. Townsend is a still a good player at his age and William *** has been impressive for a rookie. I think CB is fine for the Steelers.

thebow305
10-08-2007, 08:51 AM
hate the 3rd pick..... first 2 are ok

thebow305
10-08-2007, 08:52 AM
Long is a solid 1st pick for Miami even though D is a far more pressing need. Our OL has actually been playing solid football this season while our D is ranked in the bottom 5 in the league. We need to add youth to the D. Carlson is a bad pick. We do have a need at TE but there are far more key areas of the team that need to be addressed way before we get a TE. Frank Okam would be the pick there. You have him listed as a DE and I have no idea why. He's 325 pounds and he's pretty decent at taking on multiple blockers. He would be a nice pickup in the 2nd for Miami to try as a NT since our run defense is dead last in the NFL. Williams is ok as a 3rd rounder although I'd rather have a CB but I don't think there's one out there as good a value as Williams.

On side notes. DeJuan Tribble in round 1? No way his 5'9 frame lets him go that high. He's a 2nd rounder at best. Also do a little research on Okam and Bryant. They are both 325 pounds. They are more likely to play NT then they are to play DE. I don't think there's a DE in the league that weighs more then 300. You can't just take any old college 4-3 DT and place him at DE in the 3-4. Doesn't work that way. Some players can do it, others can not. And by the way. No way does Seattle pick that low after the horrible game they just played against Pittsburgh. Stop dreaming.


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