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NYGibril28
11-14-2007, 02:24 PM
Did these in order to get acclimated with some of the later round players and more familiar with team needs. If a missed a major team need, or picked an absolute non-necessity, please explain why.

NOTABLE UNDERCLASSMEN NOT CONSIDERED: Felix Jones (RB, Arkansas), Rashard Mendenhall (RB, Illinois), Ray Rice (RB, Rutgers), Kevin Smith (RB, UCF), Steve Slaton (RB, West Virginia), Earl Bennett (WR, Vanderbilt), Mario Manningham (WR, Michigan), Chase Coffman (TE, Missouri), Phil Loadholt (OT, Oklahoma), Michael Oher (OT, Mississippi), Tyson Jackson (DL, LSU), Rey Maulaluga (LB, USC), Courtney Greene (S, Rutgers)

ROUND 1

TRADE: Miami trades their 1st round pick to Atlanta for Atlanta’s 1st round pick, 2nd round pick, 4th round pick, and 2009 2nd and 3rd round picks.

1. Atlanta Falcons(v/MIA): Darren McFadden, RB, Arkansas (Jr.)

2. St. Louis Rams: Glenn Dorsey, DT, LSU

3. New York Jets: Chris Long, DE, Virginia

4. New England Patriots (v/SF): Malcolm Jenkins, CB, Ohio State (Jr.)

5. Oakland Raiders: Sedrick Ellis, DT, USC

6. Cincinnati Bengals: Calais Campbell, DE, Miami (FL) (Jr.)

7. Miami Dolphins (v/ATL): Kenny Phillips, S, Miami (FL) (Jr.)

8. Minnesota Vikings: Andre Woodson, QB, Kentucky

TRADE: Arizona trades their 1st round pick to Carolina for Carolina’s 1st round pick, 3rd round pick, and a 2009 2nd round pick.

9. Carolina Panthers (v/ARI): Matt Ryan, QB, Boston College

10. New Orleans Saints: James Laurinaitis, LB, Ohio State (Jr.)

11. Baltimore Ravens: Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville

12. Kansas City Chiefs: Jake Long, OT, Michigan

13. Houston Texans: Ryan Clady, OT, Boise State (Jr.)

14. Arizona Cardinals (v/CAR): Derrick Harvey, DE, Florida (Jr.)

15. Denver Broncos: Keith Rivers, LB, USC

16. Chicago Bears: Sam Baker, OT, USC

TRADE: Philadelphia trades their 1st round pick to Tampa Bay for Tampa Bay’s 1st and 3rd round picks.

17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (v/PHI): DeSean Jackson, WR, California (Jr.)

18. Seattle Seahawks: Jonathan Stewart, RB, Oregon (Jr.)

19. Dallas Cowboys (v/CLE): Aqib Talib, CB, Kansas (Jr.)

20. Philadelphia Eagles (v/TB): Erin Henderson, LB, Maryland (Jr.)

21. Buffalo Bills: Malcolm Kelly, WR, Oklahoma (Jr.)

22. San Diego Chargers: Dan Connor, LB, Penn State

23. Washington Redskins: Vernon Gholston, DE, Ohio State (Jr.)

24. Tennessee Titans: James Hardy, WR, Indiana (Jr.)

25. New York Giants: Reggie Smith, CB/S, Oklahoma (Jr.)

26. Jacksonville Jaguars: Early Doucet, WR, LSU

27. Detroit Lions: Gosder Cherilus, OT, Boston College

28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Chris Williams, OT, Vanderbilt

29. San Francisco 49ers (v/IND): Dre Moore, DT, Maryland

30. Green Bay Packers: Jack Ikegwuonu, CB, Wisconsin (Jr.)

31. Dallas Cowboys: James Davis, RB, Clemson (Jr.)

32. New England Patriots: FORFEITED

ROUND 2

33. Miami Dolphins: Quentin Groves, LB, Auburn

34. New York Jets: Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona

35. St. Louis Rams: Ali Highsmith, LB, LSU

36. Oakland Raiders: Adarius Bowman, WR, Oklahoma State

37. San Francisco 49ers: Harry Douglas, WR, Louisville

38. Miami Dolphins (v/ATL): Mike Jenkins, CB, South Florida

39. Minnesota Vikings: Fred Davis, TE, USC

40. Cincinnati Bengals: Kentwan Balmer, DT, North Carolina

41. New Orleans Saints: Xavier Adibi, LB, Virginia Tech

42. Baltimore Ravens: Shawn Crable, LB, Michigan

43. Kansas City Chiefs: Tracy Porter, CB, Indiana

44. Atlanta Falcons (v/HOU): Erik Ainge, QB, Tennessee

45. Carolina Panthers: Barry Richardson, OT, Clemson

46. Denver Broncos: Frank Okam, DT, Texas

47. Chicago Bears: Ezra Butler, LB, Nevada

48. Philadelphia Eagles: Limas Sweed, WR, Texas

49. Arizona Cardinals: Justin King, CB, Penn State (Jr.)

50. Cleveland Browns: Demario Pressley, DT, N.C. State

51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Lawrence Jackson, DE, USC

52. Buffalo Bills: DeJuan Tribble, CB, Boston College

53. Miami Dolphins (v/SD): Mike McGlynn, OT, Pittsburgh

54. Washington Redskins: Terrell Thomas, CB, USC

55. Seattle Seahawks: Red Bryant, DT, Texas A&M

56. New York Giants: Philip Wheeler, LB, Georgia Tech

57. Jacksonville Jaguars: Chris Ellis, DE, Virginia Tech

58. Detroit Lions: Dwight Lowery, CB, San Jose State

59. Tennessee Titans: Jonathan Goff, LB, Vanderbilt

60. Indianapolis Colts: Jonathan Hefney, CB/S, Tennessee

61. Pittsburgh Steelers: Eric Young, G, Tennessee

62. Dallas Cowboys: Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

63. Green Bay Packers: Martin Rucker, TE, Missouri

64. New England Patriots: Beau Bell, LB, UNLV

ROUND 3

65. Miami Dolphins: D.J. Hall, WR, Alabama

66. St. Louis Rams: Tony Hills, OT, Texas

67. New York Jets: Tavares Gooden, LB, Miami (FL)

68. San Francisco 49ers: Steve Justice, C, Wake Forest

69. New England Patriots (v/OAK): Allen Patrick, RB, Oklahoma

70. Minnesota Vikings: Jamar Adams, S, Michigan

71. Cincinnati Bengals: Simeon Castille, CB/S, Alabama

72. Atlanta Falcons: Jeff Otah, OT, Pittsburgh

73. Buffalo Bills (v/BAL): Kenny Iwebema, DE, Iowa

74. Kansas City Chiefs: Roy Scheuning, G, Oregon State

75. Houston Texans: Chevis Jackson, CB, LSU

76. Arizona Cardinals (v/CAR): Vince Hall, LB, Virginia Tech

77. Minnesota Vikings (v/DEN): Andre Caldwell, WR, Florida

78. Chicago Bears: Josh Johnson, QB, San Diego

79. Philadelphia Eagles: Josh Barrett, S, Arizona State

80. Arizona Cardinals: Mike Hart, RB, Michigan

81. New Orleans Saints: Thomas DeCoud, S, California

82. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Colt Brennan, QB, Hawaii

83. Buffalo Bills: Marcus Harrison, DT, Arkansas

84. Chicago Bears (v/SD): Lavelle Hawkins, WR, California

85. Washington Redskins: Jordy Nelson, WR, Kansas State

86. Seattle Seahawks: John Carlson, TE, Notre Dame

87. Cleveland Browns: Tashard Choice, RB, Georgia Tech

88. Jacksonville Jaguars: Heath Benedict, G/T, Newberry

89. Detroit Lions: J Leman, LB, Illinois

90. Tennessee Titans: Trevor Laws, DT, Notre Dame

91. New York Giants: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, CB, Tennessee State

92. Pittsburgh Steelers: Trae Williams, CB, South Florida

93. Indianapolis Colts: Darrell Robertson, DE, Georgia Tech

94. Green Bay Packers: Cory Boyd, RB, South Carolina

95. Dallas Cowboys: Andre Fluellen, DT, Florida State

96. New England Patriots: John Greco, OT, Toledo

ROUND 4

97. Miami Dolphins: Kendall Langford, DE, Hampton

98. New York Jets: Pedro Sosa, OT, Rutgers

99. St. Louis Rams: Chris Horton, S, UCLA

100. Oakland Raiders: Wallace Gilberry, DE, Alabama

101. San Francisco 49ers: Dantrell Savage, RB, Oklahoma State

102. Cincinnati Bengals: Jacob Tamme, TE, Kentucky

103. Miami Dolphins (v/ATL): Maurice Murray, DT, New Mexico State

104. Minnesota Vikings: Quintin Demps, S, UTEP

105. Kansas City Chiefs: Chris Johnson, RB, East Carolina

106. Houston Texans: Wesley Woodyard, LB, Kentucky

107. Carolina Panthers: Bruce Davis, DE, UCLA

108. Denver Broncos: Craig Steltz, S, LSU

109. Chicago Bears: Drew Radovich, G, USC

110. Philadelphia Eagles: Carl Nicks, OT, Nebraska

111. Arizona Cardinals: Mike Pollak, C, Arizona State

112. New Orleans Saints: Marcus Harrison, DT, Arkansas

113. Baltimore Ravens: Zackary Bowman, CB, Nebraska

114. Buffalo Bills: Craig Stevens, TE, California

115. San Diego Chargers: (Forfeited; Paul Oliver)

116. Denver Broncos (v/WAS): Keenan Burton, WR, Kentucky

117. Seattle Seahawks: Dennis Dixon, QB, Oregon

118. Cleveland Browns: William Franklin, WR, Missouri

119. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Charles Godfrey, CB, Iowa

120. Detroit Lions: Bobbie Williams, S, Bethune-Cookman

121. Tennessee Titans: Tommy Blake, DE, TCU

122. New York Giants: Dorien Bryant, WR, Purdue

123. Jacksonville Jaguars: Chad Henne, QB, Michigan

124. Indianapolis Colts: Eddie Royal, WR, Virginia Tech

125. Pittsburgh Steelers: Ben Moffitt, LB, South Florida

126. Dallas Cowboys: Andrew Crummey, G, Maryland

127. Green Bay Packers: Malik Jackson, LB, Louisville

128. New England Patriots: JoLonn Dunbar, LB, Boston College

ROUND 5

129. Kansas City Chiefs (v/MIA): Paul Hubbard, WR, Wisconsin

130. St. Louis Rams: Joe Flacco, QB, Deleware

131. New York Jets: Marcus Smith, WR, New Mexico

132. San Francisco 49ers: Leodis McKelvin, CB, Troy

133. Denver Broncos (v/OAK): Matt Forte, RB, Tulane

134. Atlanta Falcons: John Sullivan, C, Notre Dame

135. Minnesota Vikings: Darnell Terrell, CB, Missouri

136. Cincinnati Bengals: Shannon Tevaga, G, UCLA

137. Houston Texans: Maurice Purify, WR, Nebraska

138. Chicago Bears (v/CAR): Ryan Torain, RB, Arizona State

139. Denver Broncos: King Dunlap, OT, Auburn

140. Buffalo Bills (v/CHI): Brandon Miller, LB, Georgia

141. Philadelphia Eagles: Patrick Lee, CB, Auburn

142. Arizona Cardinals: Kirk Barton, OT, Ohio State

143. New Orleans Saints: Jonathan Zenon, CB, LSU

144. Baltimore Ravens: (Forfeited; Jared Gaither)

145. Kansas City Chiefs: Peyton Hillis, FB, Arkansas

146. San Diego Chargers: BenJarvus Green-Ellis, RB, Mississippi

147. New York Jets (v/WAS): Rafael Little, RB, Kentucky

148. Seattle Seahawks: Marcus Griffin, S, Texas

149. Philadelphia Eagles (v/CLE): Gary Barnidge, TE, Louisville

150. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Breno Giacomini, OT, Louisville

151. Buffalo Bills: Chauncey Washington, RB, USC

152. Tennessee Titans: Cody Wallace, C, Texas A&M

153. New York Giants: Duane Brown, OT, Virginia Tech

154. Jacksonville Jaguars: Keilen Dykes, DT, West Virginia

155. Detroit Lions: Dustin Keller, TE, Purdue

156. Pittsburgh Steelers: Cliff Avril, DE/LB, Purdue

157. Indianapolis Colts: Jordan Dizon, LB, Colorado

158. Green Bay Packers: James McClinton, DT, Kansas

159. Dallas Cowboys: Bo Ruud, LB, Nebraska

160. New England Patriots: Terrence Wheatley, CB, Colorado

ROUND 6

161. Miami Dolphins: Anthony Alridge, RB, Houston

162. New York Jets: Kerry Brown, G, Appalachian State

163. St. Louis Rams: Rodrick Johnson, LB, Oklahoma State

164. Oakland Raiders: Jack Williams, CB, Kent State

165. San Francisco 49ers: Sam Keller, QB, Nebraska

166. New York Jets (v/MIN): Ron Girault, S, Rutgers

167. Cincinnati Bengals: Lance Leggett, WR, Miami (FL)

168. Atlanta Falcons: Red Keith, LB, Central Michigan

169. Carolina Panthers: Darrell Blackman, WR, N.C. State

170. St. Louis Rams (v/DEN): Louis Holmes, DE, Arizona

171. Chicago Bears: Glenn Sharpe, CB, Miami (FL)

172. Philadelphia Eagles: Nick Watkins, LB, Clemson

173. Arizona Cardinals: Danny Lansanah, LB, Connecticut

174. New Orleans Saints: Jordan Grimes, G, Purdue

175. Baltimore Ravens: Josh Morgan, WR, Virginia Tech

176. Kansas City Chiefs: Carlton Powell, DT, Virginia Tech

177. Houston Texans: Kory Lichtensteiger, C, Bowling Green

178. Washington Redskins: Jeremy Zuttah, OT, Rutgers

179. Cleveland Browns (v/SEA): Mike Klinkenborg, LB, Iowa

180. Cleveland Browns: Eric Foster, DL, Rutgers

181. Kansas City Chiefs (v/TB): Marcus Richardson, LB, Troy

182. Buffalo Bills: Robert Killebrew, LB, Texas

183. San Diego Chargers: Damon Nickson, CB/S, Middle Tennessee State

184. New York Giants: Chris Harrington, DE, Texas A&M

185. Jacksonville Jaguars: Curtis Gatewood, LB, Vanderbilt

186. Detroit Lions: Chase Ortiz, DE, TCU

187. Jacksonville Jaguars (v/SEA v/TEN): Adam Kraus, G, Michigan

188. Indianapolis Colts: Derek Lokey, DT, Texas

189. Atlanta Falcons (v/PIT): Joe Fields, S, Syracuse

190. Dallas Cowboys: Brian Johnston, DE, Gardner-Webb

191. New York Giants (v/GB): Jeremy Ito, K, Rutgers

192. New England Patriots: Justin Harper, WR, Virginia Tech

ROUND 7

193. Miami Dolphins: Doug Legursky, C, Marshall

194. Minnesota Vikings (v/STL): Yvenson Bernard, RB, Oregon State

195. New York Jets: Jason Shirley, DT, Fresno State

196. San Francisco 49ers: Marcus Monk, WR, Arkansas

197. Oakland Raiders: Calvin Dawson, RB, Louisiana-Monroe

198. St. Louis Rams (v/CIN): Tyvon Branch, CB, Connecticut

199. Atlanta Falcons: Brandon Coutu, K, Georgia

200. Minnesota Vikings: Jameel McClain, DE, Syracuse

201. Denver Broncos: Corey McKeon, LB, Nebraska

202. Chicago Bears: Rudolph Hardie, DE, Howard

203. Buffalo Bills (V/PHI): Shannon Boatman, OT, Florida State

204. Arizona Cardinals: Chris Norwell, DT, Illinois

205. New Orleans Saints: Dorian Smith, DE, Oregon State

206. Baltimore Ravens: Jonal Saint-Dic, DE, Michigan State

207. Kansas City Chiefs: Darien Williams, S, Oklahoma

208. Houston Texans: Eric Scott, C, Kentucky

209. Carolina Panthers: Jamal Lewis, S, Georgia Tech

210. Cleveland Browns: Martel Van Zant, CB, Oklahoma State

211. Kansas City Chiefs (v/TB): Ambrose Wooden, CB, Notre Dame

212. Buffalo Bills: Brian Witherspoon, CB, Stillman

213. San Diego Chargers: Geoff Schwartz, OT, Oregon

214. Washington Redskins: Anthony Hoke, LB, Cincinnati

215. Seattle Seahawks: Nelson Coleman, LB, Tulsa

216. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jerrid Gaines, CB, Miami (OH)

217. Detroit Lions: Justin Forsett, RB, California

218. Tennessee Titans: Amarri Jackson, WR, South Florida

219. Kansas City Chiefs (v/NYG): Joey Haynos, TE, Maryland

220. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jabari Arthur, WR, Akron

221. Indianapolis Colts: Jacob Hester, HB, LSU

222. Green Bay Packers: Brandon Toles, RB, Southern Connecticut State

223. Dallas Cowboys: Corey Clark, OT, Texas A&M

224. New England Patriots: Ricky Santos, QB, New Hampshire

Scotty D
11-14-2007, 02:31 PM
Good work. Amazing Lions draft. Cherilous, Lowry, J Leman.

Beans
11-14-2007, 02:39 PM
Love the Bucs draft. Excellent job.

diabsoule
11-14-2007, 02:44 PM
The Saints biggest needs are ILB, OLB, DT, and CB

I love Laurinitis in the first for the Saints but I'd rather have Dan Connor in all honesty. In the second I'd much rather Frank Okam than an undersized LB in Adibi. In the third I'd love J Leman as ILB. In the fourth I'd like Matt Forte than Marcus Harrison, even though that's not a bad pick.
I like Zenon in the 5th. The rest of the draft is decent as well.

Jakey
11-14-2007, 02:49 PM
Good effort!!!

Tampa 2 4 life
11-14-2007, 02:49 PM
Great Bucs draft.


Amarri Jackson shouldn't be drafted. Why would you do that to VY?

scar988
11-14-2007, 02:52 PM
TRADE: Miami trades their 1st round pick to Atlanta for Atlanta’s 1st round pick, 2nd round pick, 4th round pick, and 2009 2nd and 3rd round picks.

trade makes no sense whatsoever for us. RB is not that big of a need and we won't give up so much to move only 6 spots when we have as many holes to fil las we do.

skinzzfan25
11-14-2007, 02:58 PM
Alright skins mock. Don't like the first rounder one bit...

We need a bulkier DE than Gholston, I'd probably trade down at that spot.

thule
11-14-2007, 03:00 PM
Good dallas draft.

Talib is great
Davis is underrated...
Avery seems to go to us alot
everything thing else is fine with me...a few player differences but good work

foozball
11-14-2007, 03:32 PM
you have the texans taking 2 Centers when they need a RB. we need a FS as well. give us charles godfrey in the 4th and cory boyd in the 3rd.

EvilMonkey
11-14-2007, 03:35 PM
like Rucker and Boyd to the Packers in the 2nd and the 3rd

nice mock

fenikz
11-14-2007, 03:47 PM
1. Derrick Harvey (I would go with Groves over Harvey but either are fine)

2. Justin King (Still love this guys talent even if he is having a down year)

3. Vince Hall (Adds quality depth to our LB core and is an insurance policy if we can't resign Dansby)

3b. Mike Hart (Love this guys heart...no pun intended, he has a great football mind and never quits)

4. Mike Pollock (Right now we have a UDFA OT to back up our C position, great pick)

5. Kirk Barton (Good quality depth for our O-line, a guy that I think Grimm could turn it a very good player)

6. Danny Lansanah ( I don't know this guy very well and S depth is a need I would go in that direction here, Joe Fields would fit nicely)

7. Chris Norwell (We don't have any real need a DT with Dockett, Smith, Watson, Branch, & Tafoya, I would go WR here, Bryant Johnson is a UFA and Breaston hasn't been tried at WR yet so it is a spot to fill)

Although I don't know the last 2 picks very well that would be an excellent Cardinals draft

but there is no way the Cardinals are going to be drafting that high.

bearfan
11-14-2007, 03:54 PM
Bears 1st round pick: Excelente
2nd: Boooo. Give us QB, or S
3rd: Henne, Dixon avaliable
like the WR
Like 4th rounder
Griffen would be nice for the Bears.

Overall, I give you a C for the Bears

T-RICH49
11-14-2007, 04:09 PM
would prefer Lowry, Thomas or King over Porter but other then that nice job on KC's draft

Cashmoney
11-14-2007, 04:22 PM
not really feeling that titans mock after the first round. goff is good but ILB is really not a day one need. fowler has played well enough this year to keep his job plus ILB doesnt play much in our scheme. i dont like laws in the third considering the other DTs available. tommy blake is a flake plus we have good depth at DE right now. center is not a need right now either. mawae is playing well plus we have backups were grooming to take over when he retires. and on the last WR theres really no point. we've had so many crappy late round WRs that havent panned out, we dont need anymore. you might wanna look at corner and tight end if you try again sometimes. sorry if it sounds like im bashing you but im not. good job on taking the time to do a 7 rounder.

draftguru151
11-14-2007, 04:34 PM
Great draft for the Dolphins. Only pick I don't like is McGlynn. Wheeler, Goff, Bell or Rucker are seem like better picks there.

princefielder28
11-14-2007, 05:07 PM
If the Packers get Ike I would be in Heaven

NYGibril28
11-14-2007, 05:12 PM
not really feeling that titans mock after the first round. goff is good but ILB is really not a day one need. fowler has played well enough this year to keep his job plus ILB doesnt play much in our scheme. i dont like laws in the third considering the other DTs available. tommy blake is a flake plus we have good depth at DE right now. center is not a need right now either. mawae is playing well plus we have backups were grooming to take over when he retires. and on the last WR theres really no point. we've had so many crappy late round WRs that havent panned out, we dont need anymore. you might wanna look at corner and tight end if you try again sometimes. sorry if it sounds like im bashing you but im not. good job on taking the time to do a 7 rounder.

I appreciate the feedback. I'd be lying if I said I knew every team's needs dead on. That helped, thank you.

scottyboy
11-14-2007, 05:17 PM
pick 191 gives me a boner

Turtlepower
11-14-2007, 05:48 PM
pick 191 gives me a boner

Except Brandon Coutu is a better kicker. =D

7 rounds are always tough, so good job.

Caddy
11-14-2007, 05:54 PM
17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (v/PHI): DeSean Jackson, WR, California (Jr.)
Possibly the best pick the Buccaneers could end up with in the first round.
51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Lawrence Jackson, DE, USC

Pretty good pick. LE is a realistic need although CB, DT and QB deserve consideration.

82. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Colt Brennan, QB, Hawaii

Great pick as far as I'm concerned. Good value, and potential fit for the system.
119. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Charles Godfrey, CB, Iowa

Don't know a lot about him, but CB is definitely a spot which deserves consideration within the first 4 rounds.
150. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Breno Giacomini, OT, Louisville

I think with the Buccaneers OT situation, It really needs to be a stud, or nobody because Donald Penn can easily do the job of a 5th round pick.
211. Kansas City Chiefs (v/TB): Ambrose Wooden, CB, Notre Dame


I believe this pick belongs to Denver via the trade for Jake Plummer.


Overall you did a pretty good job. I would however look for some defensive tackle help somewhere if it is at all possible.

NYGibril28
11-14-2007, 05:55 PM
Except Brandon Coutu is a better kicker. =D

7 rounds are always tough, so good job.

Haha, I agree. That one was for scottyboy. :D

scottyboy
11-14-2007, 05:57 PM
Jeremy Ito is a better and more productive kicker than Brandon Coutu.

he also punts and throws better

NYGibril28
11-14-2007, 05:59 PM
Jeremy Ito is a better and more productive kicker than Brandon Coutu.

he also punts and throws better

Ito has the stronger leg. Coutu is more accurate. Tynes isn't accurate.

dcarey20
11-14-2007, 06:11 PM
11. Baltimore Ravens: Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville

Can't complain with this, any of the top 3 quarterbacks in the first and I'd be thrilled.

42. Baltimore Ravens: Shawn Crable, LB, Michigan

If Terrell Suggs leaves, than this pick makes sense. But if not, then I'm not a fan of it at all. Outside linebacker is one spot where we are pretty strong, with Jarret Johnson, Suggs, amd some young guys. If I had my choice I'd go with DeJuan Tribble or Justin King, who is a good value.

113. Baltimore Ravens: Zackary Bowman, CB, Nebraska

I love this pick if we don't go corner any earlier.

175. Baltimore Ravens: Josh Morgan, WR, Virginia Tech

I like it. He's got some nice size, can be physical, and is having a pretty productive year.

206. Baltimore Ravens: Jonal Saint-Dic, DE, Michigan State

Not bad, depth at defensive end is anu issue, but if Justin Forsett is indeed there in the 7th, I'd like to have him.

Yung Flippa
11-14-2007, 06:12 PM
Ravens:
Round 1: Not the biggest fan of Brian Brohm, hopefully they would trade down in that situation.
Round 2: Give the Ravens Chris Ellis, DE is a bigger need then LB with Trevor Pryce starting to show his age.
Round 4: Soild Pick
Round 6: Soild Pick
Round 7: Give the Ravens Justin Forsett, RB is a weakness for us once the season is over with Mike Andreson being old, Musa Smith a free agent, and PJ Daniels always getting "hurt"

doingthisinsteadofwork
11-14-2007, 06:21 PM
I like Calais better in the first and you forgot that we need an OT badly.

Green Bay Scat
11-14-2007, 06:21 PM
Ravens:
Round 1: Not the biggest fan of Brian Brohm, hopefully they would trade down in that situation.
Round 2: Give the Ravens Chris Ellis, DE is a bigger need then LB with Trevor Pryce starting to show his age.
Round 4: Soild Pick
Round 6: Soild Pick
Round 7: Give the Ravens Justin Forsett, RB is a weakness for us once the season is over with Mike Andreson being old, Musa Smith a free agent, and PJ Daniels always getting "hurt"

well u got ur power with McG-unit now u need speed with Mach forsett

fischbowl
11-14-2007, 06:25 PM
I'd give the Bills a C+.

Kelly is a perfect fit in Round 1

I'm not such a big DeJuan Tribble fan. Round 2 is perfect for CB but I'd prefer Terrell Thomas.

I love Kenny Iwebema but LB is a bigger issue.

Harrison is a solid pick. I'd prefer Fluellen or Charles Godfrey.

Craig Stevens is a decent TE. The better pick there is Godfrey or Ben Moffitt.

Brandon Miller: I'd prefer LB to be taken earlier and have a OL go here. Kirk Barton would be nice.

No RB needed. Washington is a waste.

Robert Killebrew is a solid late round OLB. With what's available I think I'd choose Legursky.

Shannon Boatman is a nice sleeper.

I don't know too much about Witherspoon.

Green Bay Scat
11-14-2007, 06:30 PM
^^^^^^^ witherspoon runs supossidly around a 4.25-4.3

TitanHope
11-14-2007, 06:38 PM
24. Tennessee Titans: James Hardy, WR, Indiana (Jr.)

Great pick.

59. Tennessee Titans: Jonathan Goff, LB, Vanderbilt

Poor pick. People over estimate the need for the Titans to have a good MLB, even some Titans fans. The MLB position doesn't see the field too much, so a high pick probably won't be used on it. Plus, Ryan Fowler has been solid for us and is incredibly cheap. I'd prefer Martin Rucker. Eric Young or Tony Hills would be good too, as we need OG/OT depth.

90. Tennessee Titans: Trevor Laws, DT, Notre Dame

DT depth is a need. Solid pick, but rookie Antonio Johnson will be added to the rotation next year after he recovers from injury. Also depends if we re-sign Starks or not. Haynesworth isn't going anywhere. Zach Bowman would be great there, as he's an incredible talent and wouldn't have to start right away.

121. Tennessee Titans: Tommy Blake, DE, TCU

DE may be a need, as our two LE's are FA's. Tommy Blake isn't a LE, though, but would be a pass rusher that we need if LaBoy leaves. Fair pick.

152. Tennessee Titans: Cody Wallace, C, Texas A&M

Poor pick. This would be the second year in a row that we draft a center in the 2nd Day. We have depth at Center, but not so much at OT. A player who can play both OG and OT is needed, and not a Center.

218. Tennessee Titans: Amarri Jackson, WR, South Florida

Late round WR who may be lucky to make the team. Of the 3 WR's we drafted last year, one was cut, one hasn't seen the field, and the other is returning punts. But since its sooo late, I can't really harp on it. Solid pick.


First off, amazing effort NYGibril28. I think this is the 1st complete mock I've seen, so props to you. It must have taken you a while, and I appreciate your effort. Also, I don't see how Justin Forsett falls to the 7th RD. I don't really like the picks for the Titans. Hardy was great, but you didn't address TE which may be our 2nd largest need. You picked an ILB in the 2nd RD when its not that important of a need or a position. DT and DE were good, but their importance is up in the air as 3 players on the DLine are FA's. Center was a bad pick, and the WR in the 7th was neutral to me.

GB12
11-14-2007, 06:40 PM
Round 1 / Jack Ikegwuonu - Perfect

Round 2 / Martin Rucker - The need for a TE isn't as big anymore, but I'd still be happy with getting Rucker at 63.

Round 3 / Cory Boyd - Don't like it. We have enough of these backs. We have Grant, Morency, Wynn, Jackson, and Herron. I can see us addressing RB this offseason, but it would come through free agency or the first round if we do.

Round 4 / Malik Jackson - An ok pick. We have Hodge and Bishop as back ups already, but neither are really a fit for outside.

Round 5 / James McClinton - I really like him, but we are stacked at DT. I can't see us picking another one.

Round 7 / Brandon Toles - See round 3, and definitely wouldn't take two of them.

falconsrule
11-14-2007, 07:58 PM
TRADE: Miami trades their 1st round pick to Atlanta for Atlanta’s 1st round pick, 2nd round pick, 4th round pick, and 2009 2nd and 3rd round picks.

trade makes no sense whatsoever for us. RB is not that big of a need and we won't give up so much to move only 6 spots when we have as many holes to fil las we do.

I agree....very bad trade on atlanta part.

NYGibril28
11-14-2007, 08:10 PM
I'll admit I was skeptical on the Atlanta trade-up. I was more focused on the Dolphins moving down and didn't really factor in the chances of Atlanta moving up. If it weren't such a hassle, I'd edit it, but for now I'm just going to leave it be. Chances are I'll do another seven rounder in the future.

thebow305
11-14-2007, 08:10 PM
I would absolutely LOVE that trade for the phins... I want Kenny anyway and if we can trade down, get more picks, and still draft him, it would be GREAT!

Another Thing... I would absolutely blow my load and streak through my entire neighborhood if those were our first 3 picks.

I agree with draftguru, McGlynn is very questionable in the second round.... give us at least Jeff Otah, his teammate there instead and it is a magical phins draft!

jackalope
11-14-2007, 09:12 PM
Great work overall. A 7th rounder takes a lot of effort.

30. Green Bay Packers: Jack Ikegwuonu, CB, Wisconsin (Jr.)
I would love to see this happen. Cornerback seems like the most likely pick for us in the first and I would love for that corner to be from Wisconsin.

63. Green Bay Packers: Martin Rucker, TE, Missouri
With the recent play of Donald Lee, TE is much less of a need than it was thought to be coming into the season. If we happen to get rid of Bubba Franks, I could see us going for one on the first day.

94. Green Bay Packers: Cory Boyd, RB, South Carolina
The running back situation for Green Bay is very complicated right now. Brandon Jackson (2nd round pick this year) looks like a bust so far, Morency was sidelined early and hasn't done too much since coming back, and DeShawn Wynn was playing alright before going on IR. After last week's game at Minnesota, I actually think that Ryan Grant is the real deal. I love the way he runs and is drawing many comparisons to Dorsey Levens. If he keeps up his play for the rest of the year, I think that the RB problem is solved. If he doesn't (or possibly even if he does) taking a RB on the first day is a strong possibility.

127. Green Bay Packers: Malik Jackson, LB, LouisvilleNot a bad pick. A lot of people would really like to see Poppinga be replaced.

158. Green Bay Packers: James McClinton, DT, Kansas I do not want to see us draft any DTs at all in this draft. We have a lot of depth here. Pickett, Jolly, Williams (could leave through FA), Cole and our first round pick, Harrell (although he's proven nothing yet).


222. Green Bay Packers: Brandon Toles, RB, Southern Connecticut StateI talked about the running back position earlier. I don't see us taking two in this draft.

bored of education
11-14-2007, 09:12 PM
WOW@KC's draft
1. Long A+++
2. Porter A
3. Schuening A+
4. Robinson (need C, value A)
5. Hubbard B- decent value
5b. Hillis FB nice pick. dont need the other RB though
6. Carlton POwell

nemesis3394
11-15-2007, 02:27 AM
vikes draft looks good
an o-lineman in the 5th-7th range to shore up the right side of the line anf give depth would be good too

Joeyjr09
11-15-2007, 03:11 AM
7. Miami Dolphins (v/ATL): Kenny Phillips, S, Miami (FL) (Jr.)
33. Miami Dolphins: Quentin Groves, LB, Auburn
38. Miami Dolphins (v/ATL): Mike Jenkins, CB, South Florida
53. Miami Dolphins (v/SD): Mike McGlynn, OT, Pittsburgh
65. Miami Dolphins: D.J. Hall, WR, Alabama
97. Miami Dolphins: Kendall Langford, DE, Hampton
103. Miami Dolphins (v/ATL): Maurice Murray, DT, New Mexico State
161. Miami Dolphins: Anthony Alridge, RB, Houston
193. Miami Dolphins: Doug Legursky, C, Marshall

Love the Kenny Phillips and Quentin Groves picks. Like Jenkins also although I think Justin King is a much better prospect then Jenkins but the position and need was on the money. McGlynn? He’s the only real headscratcher I see on here. I’ve never even heard him get consideration in the 1st 5 rounds, let alone the 2nd. I think a LB like Jonathan Goff will go a long way to helping our run D and give us a replacement for Zach Thomas who seems to be leaning towards retirement. D.J. Hall is a solid pick althought I was hoping for a bigger WR since Ginn is already a small guy for us. Langford is a great pick in round 4 and will help the run D. Maurice Murray is not the type of DT we are looking for. We need a bigger body run clogger in the middle to rotate with Soliai next year. We would be looking at Jason Shirley at that point, not Murray. Anthony Alridge is a complete waste. We have Ronnie coming back, Jesse Chatman has been good as his top back up and is putting up big numbers. Plus we have last year’s 3rd rounder in Lorenzo Booker and yet another RB with upside in Patrick Cobbs. RB is the only position that I can say with certainty we will not be drafting. Jeremy Zuttah would be a better pick at that spot to groom as a swing tackle type. If we take Zuttah in the 6th then there’s really no need for Legursky in the 7th. We have tons of young late round interior lineman including Joe Toledo, Tala Esera, Drew Mormino and even Anthony Alabi or LJ Shelton could move inside if we acquire a RT in FA. Really no need for Legursky at that spot and as I said before, a big WR would be nice, worth it to take a gamble on Marcus Monk at that spot and see if we get a steal.

Not bad overall but a few things I would tweak would leave the draft looking like this:
1-Kenny Phillips, S
2-Quentin Groves, LB
2-Justin King, CB
2-Jonathan Goff, LB
3-D.J. Hall, WR
4-Kendall Langford, DE
4-Jason Shirley, NT
6-Jeremy Zuttah, OT
7-Marcus Monk, WR

BTW…You have Marcus Harrison going to the Bills in round 3 and to the Saints in round 4.

brat316
11-15-2007, 03:34 AM
I like Steelers draft, but I think they need a DE in the third or second, first round pick amazing. Derrick Kinder WR should be 7th round pick for Steelers or Wheelwright

Travis 24
11-15-2007, 05:37 AM
I like the Eagles draft...although I'd probably rather see them address the secondary earlier, its pretty good.

4 Rutgers players too. :)

NYGibril28
11-15-2007, 06:46 AM
First off, amazing effort NYGibril28. I think this is the 1st complete mock I've seen, so props to you. It must have taken you a while, and I appreciate your effort. Also, I don't see how Justin Forsett falls to the 7th RD. I don't really like the picks for the Titans. Hardy was great, but you didn't address TE which may be our 2nd largest need. You picked an ILB in the 2nd RD when its not that important of a need or a position. DT and DE were good, but their importance is up in the air as 3 players on the DLine are FA's. Center was a bad pick, and the WR in the 7th was neutral to me.

Thanks. I'd say out of all the teams in the league, the Titans are one that I know the least about. I tried doing this all from memory, and didn't do much research. More as a test to me than an accurate prediction.

neko4
11-15-2007, 08:13 AM
I like the draft, but the 7th rounder should be OL

thebow305
11-15-2007, 11:21 AM
Love the Kenny Phillips and Quentin Groves picks. Like Jenkins also although I think Justin King is a much better prospect then Jenkins but the position and need was on the money. McGlynn? He’s the only real headscratcher I see on here. I’ve never even heard him get consideration in the 1st 5 rounds, let alone the 2nd. I think a LB like Jonathan Goff will go a long way to helping our run D and give us a replacement for Zach Thomas who seems to be leaning towards retirement. D.J. Hall is a solid pick althought I was hoping for a bigger WR since Ginn is already a small guy for us. Langford is a great pick in round 4 and will help the run D. Maurice Murray is not the type of DT we are looking for. We need a bigger body run clogger in the middle to rotate with Soliai next year. We would be looking at Jason Shirley at that point, not Murray. Anthony Alridge is a complete waste. We have Ronnie coming back, Jesse Chatman has been good as his top back up and is putting up big numbers. Plus we have last year’s 3rd rounder in Lorenzo Booker and yet another RB with upside in Patrick Cobbs. RB is the only position that I can say with certainty we will not be drafting. Jeremy Zuttah would be a better pick at that spot to groom as a swing tackle type. If we take Zuttah in the 6th then there’s really no need for Legursky in the 7th. We have tons of young late round interior lineman including Joe Toledo, Tala Esera, Drew Mormino and even Anthony Alabi or LJ Shelton could move inside if we acquire a RT in FA. Really no need for Legursky at that spot and as I said before, a big WR would be nice, worth it to take a gamble on Marcus Monk at that spot and see if we get a steal.

Not bad overall but a few things I would tweak would leave the draft looking like this:
1-Kenny Phillips, S
2-Quentin Groves, LB
2-Justin King, CB
2-Jonathan Goff, LB
3-D.J. Hall, WR
4-Kendall Langford, DE
4-Jason Shirley, NT
6-Jeremy Zuttah, OT
7-Marcus Monk, WR

BTW…You have Marcus Harrison going to the Bills in round 3 and to the Saints in round 4.


Now if that was our draft.... I don't think I would ever watch the draft again.... because anything else would be a letdown! I would def. be streaking if it turned out like that!

indyfan1985
11-15-2007, 12:21 PM
Give the Colts OG Eric Young in the 2nd round. Then they will go after WR help, and then depth picks at DL and OL.

asmitty45
11-15-2007, 01:21 PM
Rounds 1,3,5,6,7 all amazing for the lions

Im not sold on Lowery, I might rather have hefney for his flexibility. And i would say Crummey or Blake in the 4th.

Solid work though

DiG
11-15-2007, 06:20 PM
round 1 and 2 for the skins makes me wanna hug you.

BamaFalcon59
11-15-2007, 07:36 PM
That is horrible for the Falcons. We have a lot of needs, RB being at highest 3rd or 4th on the list. Why trade all of those picks? And the QB depth is deep in this 2008 draft.. So if McFadden or Long is not available then one of the big 3 QBs will be.

Crazy_Chris
11-15-2007, 09:32 PM
8. Minnesota Vikings: Andre Woodson, QB, Kentucky
Isn't the best fit for the West Coast, his Delievery is too slow. If you insist on QB there Both Matt Ryan and Brian Brohm would be better fits although I personally don't think either are worthy of the 8th pick. Either a Trade up to get Kenny Phillips or trade down would be nice in that situation. However if we were to stay put Jake Long is the best pick for the Vikings.

39. Minnesota Vikings: Fred Davis, TE, USC
I don't really mind this pick but we have a decent amount of money already invested in Shiancoe and Kleinsasser and Childress likes both. Also with Limas Sweed still on the board i don't see how we could pass on him as WR is a much much bigger need.

70. Minnesota Vikings: Jamar Adams, S, Michigan
Good Pick

77. Minnesota Vikings (v/DEN): Andre Caldwell, WR, Florida
Nice pick

104. Minnesota Vikings: Quintin Demps, S, UTEP
Don't need 2 Safeties

135. Minnesota Vikings: Darnell Terrell, CB, Missouri CB isn't really a need, already have good young talent there.

194. Minnesota Vikings (v/STL): Yvenson Bernard, RB, Oregon State
Good Pick.
200. Minnesota Vikings: Jameel McClain, DE, Syracuse
DE isn't a need either already have a lot of young talent at DE... Unless Chris Long Falls the the Vikings in round one we shouldnt be taking a DE

osi+ap=allshallperish
11-15-2007, 11:47 PM
ROUND 1
25. New York Giants: Reggie Smith, CB/S, Oklahoma (Jr.)

Love it, my dream pick right now, short of Ellis falling to us

ROUND 2
56. New York Giants: Philip Wheeler, LB, Georgia Tech

I want us to grab two DB in the first two rounds but with King and Porter off the board I'm fine with wheeler

ROUND 3
91. New York Giants: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, CB, Tennessee State

Personally I perfer Charles Godfrey by a hair but that's more just having seen more of him.

ROUND 4
122. New York Giants: Dorien Bryant, WR, Purdue

I'd rather we address the lines to start of day 2, unless there's a great value available. I think a lot of the top junior RBs will come out and so we'll see someone in the 4th who shouldn't still be there. But this situation I'd say we should look for a Big NT or some depth on the oline.

from here it's just too hard to predict player's stocks right now.

Finsfan79
11-16-2007, 09:28 AM
TRADE: Miami trades their 1st round pick to Atlanta for Atlanta’s 1st round pick, 2nd round pick, 4th round pick, and 2009 2nd and 3rd round picks.


I love the trade, great move for Miami and lets Atlanta get the elite player they want

7. Miami Dolphins (v/ATL): Kenny Phillips, S, Miami (FL) (Jr.)

Nice pick, him or James Laurinaitis here would both fit very well


33. Miami Dolphins: Quentin Groves, LB, Auburn

I don’t have a problem with the pick he is a nice fit

38. Miami Dolphins (v/ATL): Mike Jenkins, CB, South Florida

Nice pick he fits a need as well

53. Miami Dolphins (v/SD): Mike McGlynn, OT, Pittsburgh

Seems a bit of a reach as I see him more as a 4th rounder personally I would love Eric Young there for a RG

65. Miami Dolphins: D.J. Hall, WR, Alabama

Not really a hall fan unless it would be Vince Hall. Andre Caldwell interests me more as a WR. But wouldn’t complain

97. Miami Dolphins: Kendall Langford, DE, Hampton

Some depth at DE could be useful


103. Miami Dolphins (v/ATL): Maurice Murray, DT, New Mexico State

Love a big beefy DT in the middle

161. Miami Dolphins: Anthony Alridge, RB, Houston

Is he related to lemarcus? Don’t really need RB depth but if it is a BPA pick

193. Miami Dolphins: Doug Legursky, C, Marshall

Don’t really need a C either but if it is a bpa pick sure



You added a lot of talent to the team it is indeed an interesting draft, I do love that trade :)

Matthew Jones
11-16-2007, 10:54 AM
Allen Patrick is a nice value for the Patriots but Maroney and Morris are both locked into long-term deals and I think Faulk is going to be around until he retires. The Patriots don't run enough to need all those running backs. Jeff Otah, John Carlson would be interesting picks. Other than that, it's not really like the Patriots need anyone, so it's an okay draft for them.

Sniper
11-16-2007, 12:15 PM
20. Philadelphia Eagles (v/TB): Erin Henderson, LB, Maryland (Jr.)
I like this pick a lot. A fast, aggressive linebacker is great.
Other possibilities: Connor, Gholston, Smith, Cherilus, Williams, Ikegwuonu

48. Philadelphia Eagles: Limas Sweed, WR, Texas
With Fred Davis off the board, this is a good pick. Sweed has late first round value. Hank Baskett hasn't done much as the big receiver on the squad, and Sweed is just better than he is.
Other possibilites: King, Jackson, Tribble, Rucker

79. Philadelphia Eagles: Josh Barrett, S, Arizona State
I'm very, very meh on Barrett. Not a big fan. Good position, but not the player. With no real stud safeties here, I like John Carlson.
Other possibilities: Benedict, Laws (for rotation purposes), Williams

110. Philadelphia Eagles: Carl Nicks, OT, Nebraska
Not bad, we love our OL. With a player like Bowman available, they could go with him here.
Other possibilites: Godfrey, Blake

141. Philadelphia Eagles: Patrick Lee, CB, Auburn
Good position, we do need CBs. Decent player
Other possibilites: Barton, Hillis, Griffin

149. Philadelphia Eagles (v/CLE): Gary Barnidge, TE, Louisville
Like it, but he's not quite the TE Philly likes. Usually they need more of a receiving TE than a blocking one, especially after they drafted Celek last year.
Other possibilites: Alridge, Ruud, Wheatley

172. Philadelphia Eagles: Nick Watkins, LB, Clemson
Like it, like it. Not bad at all.
Other possibilities: Grimes, Ortiz, Kraus, Ito




Left you some comments.

BaLLiN
11-16-2007, 04:10 PM
The first three giant's picks are absolutely amazing

Reggie Smith CB/S
Phillip Wheeler LB
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie CB

jackson34
11-21-2007, 11:09 AM
Really like the Ellis pick in the first. Like this pick way better than campbell. I really like the Bowman in the second too-I think he would be a steal there. We would need to address the offensive line in free agency then and the later rounds then.

ManOverboard
11-23-2007, 12:23 AM
No Kalvin McRae?

BPhilb
11-23-2007, 11:14 AM
You did a very nice job in filling the needs for KC. Great work, this was an enjoyable draft to read through. If you decide to do this in the future keep in mind that KC could go QB, C, or safety in the middle rounds also. I'