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BigBlueCrew56
01-27-2008, 12:17 AM
1. Denver Broncos(via trade with Miami)- DT Glenn Dorsey LSU

*Denver receives MLB Zach Thomas and DE Jason Taylor? and the 1st overall

* Miami receives Denver 1st (12),2nd,4th,5th,6th,7th and '08 2nd

Broncos trade there entire '07 draft but in exchange gain a dominating force to the middle of there defense and also add a veteran middle linebacker in Thomas to move Williams back to the outside.


2. St.Louis Rams- DE Chris Long Virginina

They jump on Long here and possibly release Leonard Little.


3. Oakland Raiders- DT Sedrick Ellis USC

With Dorsey off the board they end up getting the player they really wanted anyway.


4. Atlanta Falcons- RB Darren McFadden Arkansas

They need star power back in Atlanta to get the fans to come to the games. McFadden is the answer.


5. Kansas City Cheifs- OT Jake Long Michigan

They need to start rebuilding there offensive line again.


6. New York Jets- DE/OLB Vernon Gholston Ohio State

Jets get there pass rush specialist.


7. New England Patriots- CB Aqib Talib Kanas

They need to finally address there vacancy at corner that Samuel is going to create

8. Baltimore Ravens- QB Matt Ryan Boston College

McNair is done,Boller is a backup, and Troy Smith is a 3rd stringer. Time to get a real QB in town.


9. Cincinnatti Bengals- DE Philip Merling Clemson

Bengals go for the best defensive lineman left on the board.#11 rated player on the Kiper board.


10. New Orleans Saints- CB Mike Jenkins South Florida

Saints go with a need and that is in there secondary.


11. Buffalo Bills- WR Malcolm Kelly Oklahoma

Bills desperately need to get a big target.


12. Miami Dolphins(via trade with Broncos)- DE/DT Kentwan Balmer UNC

Parcells gets a bigger stronger version of Long to play at his 3-4 defensive end spot. Also gets a slew of picks to rebuild the franchise.


13. Carolina Panthers- OT Ryan Clady Boise State

Panthers have some offensive line woes so getting Clady here would be wise.


14. Chicago Bears- OT Chris Williams Vanderbilt

Bears finally get to replace the waste of space they call Fred Miller.


15. Detroit Lions- OT Jeff Otah Pittsburgh

The run on offensive lineman continues.


16. Arizona Cardinals- DE Calais Campbell UM

Change to a 3-4 leaves them needing bigger defensive ends.


17. Minnesota Vikings- WR DeSean Jackson Cal

Speed demon played in Tedford's WCO and will play in the same offense for Childress. Peterson and Jackson on returns will be the dealiest combo in the game.


18. Houston Texans- RB Johnathan Stewart Oregan

Big powerfull back will give the Texans a breakout runner.


19. Philadelphia Eagles- OT Sam Baker USC

Eagles go back to USC to see if they can shore up there aging line.


20. Tampa Bay Bucs- QB Brian Brohm Louisville

Bucs need to get a signal caller for the future and none can get better then Brohm in this spot.


21. Washington Redskins- DE Derrick Harvey Florida

Skins continously are looking for quality speed ends and Harvey is a very talented one.


22. Dallas Cowboys- RB Felix Jones Arkansas

Jerry will not pass on Jones here to replace another Jones.


23. Pittsburgh Steelers- WR James Hardy Indiana

Big Ben has been wanting a tall receiver and they get him one in the first.


24. Tennessee Titans- WR Limas Sweed Texas

Young needs some weapons in the worst way.


25. Seattle Seahawks- RB Rashard Mendenhall Illinois

Awesome back to take over for Alexander.


26. Jacksonville Jaguars- WR Mario Manningham Michigan

Jags need a speedy playmaker and Mario is there guy.


27. San Diego Chargers- OT Gosder Cherilus Boston College

Big offensive lineman to upgrade over Goff.


28. Dallas Cowboys- CB Leodis Mclevin Troy

Could use some help in the secondary


29. San Francisco 49ers- WR Early Doucet LSU

Another weapon to add to the offense.


30. Green Bay Packers- CB Charles Godfrey Iowa

Pack get some secondary depth.


31. New York Giants- FS Kenny Phillips Miami

Giants get a steal late in the 1st to help out the secondary


2nd round

33. Miami Dolphins- OLB Dan Conner Penn State

replacement for Zach.


34. St. Louis Rams- OT Carl Nicks Nebraska

Big physical lineman to add depth.


35. Oakland

defensiveback23
01-27-2008, 12:27 AM
Great Chargers pick, Cherilus would be a dream selection. Although, I have my doubts they would pass on Phillips if he fell right into their lap.

TitanHope
01-27-2008, 12:46 AM
Great Chargers pick, Cherilus would be a dream selection. Although, I have my doubts they would pass on Phillips if he fell right into their lap.

Um, he's a Giants fan and the Giants need a FS...

*walks away whistling*

And as for the Denver/Miami trade, no team trades an entire draft for one player (Which is what it would be, as Zach Thomas is likely close to retiring). Denver is more than one DT away from being a Super Bowl contender. Playoff contender yes, but they can make the Playoffs next year and keep all of their picks. Heck, they'd be a better team by not making the trade. Absolutely horrible trade.

Diehard
01-27-2008, 01:04 AM
And as for the Denver/Miami trade, no team trades an entire draft for one player (Which is what it would be, as Zach Thomas is likely close to retiring). Denver is more than one DT away from being a Super Bowl contender. Playoff contender yes, but they can make the Playoffs next year and keep all of their picks. Heck, they'd be a better team by not making the trade. Absolutely horrible trade.

Cosigned...

GB12
01-27-2008, 01:17 AM
And as for the Denver/Miami trade, no team trades an entire draft for one player (Which is what it would be, as Zach Thomas is likely close to retiring). Denver is more than one DT away from being a Super Bowl contender. Playoff contender yes, but they can make the Playoffs next year and keep all of their picks. Heck, they'd be a better team by not making the trade. Absolutely horrible trade.
The Vikings do. Actually they ****** up a lot worse.

Vikes99ej
01-27-2008, 01:19 AM
Predictable but solid picks for the Vikings.

doingthisinsteadofwork
01-27-2008, 01:35 AM
good Oakland mock.

tylerb929
01-27-2008, 01:51 AM
no team trades an entire draft for one player

*cough* Ricky Williams *cough*

thebow305
01-27-2008, 08:54 AM
I would LOVE that trade. Balmer is a solid pick, I don't know about Connor though.

DiG
01-27-2008, 11:06 AM
bad pick for the skins. harvey just doesn't fit our scheme opposite of carter. we need a bigger body to play opposite of carter that can defend the run and still get pressure.

Bills2083
01-27-2008, 11:16 AM
no Keith Rivers in round 1?

TACKLE
01-27-2008, 12:03 PM
I know you probably just made your mock based off Mel Kiper's rankings but Talib is way too high. It would be horrible value for the Pats. Also, I don't understand why the Broncos would trade their whole draft for the 2nd best DT in the draft.

PackerMang
01-27-2008, 12:12 PM
I'd be happy with Godfrey to the packers.

hugegmenfan
01-27-2008, 12:21 PM
very unrealistic trade between denver and miami. no team, despite the player, would trade their whole draft for one player- its moronic. also the dolphins would never trade zach thomas, it would b totally disrespectful to a great player in their history

as for the giants pick- excellent

Jay
01-27-2008, 12:28 PM
7. New England Patriots- CB Aqib Talib Kanas

They need to finally address there vacancy at corner that Samuel is going to create


There is a 0% chance the Patriots will reach for a corner. I like Talib but I like him more around... 18-22. And who said Asante is going anywhere?

Yung Flippa
01-27-2008, 12:49 PM
Give the Ravens Mike Jenkins, good Texans pick.

BigBlueCrew56
01-27-2008, 04:31 PM
Okay now on to defending my picks.


Denver trade- A couple of you in here have stated that no team would trade an entire draft for one player but then a couple of you came in and validated history so thanks guys. As it may seem the Broncos are without a third rounder already in this draft so technically they are not giving up an entire draft. Also they swapped there 1st round pick with the Phins enabling them to get there biggest need in DT. For the guy who said that trading Zach Thomas would be a slap in the face..... Do you think Bil Parcells really gives a F*ck. Thomas isnt a good fit in the 3-4 and wouldnt it be to his benefit to go to a team with playoffs aspirations within the next two years?????

Also keep in mind that the Broncos really dont have so many glaring needs as many of you think. Zach Thomas would solidify that middle of the defense and Dorsey or Ellis would would look awesome next to Marcus Thomas. The defense is filled with young stars on the defense end side of the ball with Dumervil and Moss. Williams Thomas Gold would be a solid linebacking core. This could be the deal that puts them over the top. The deal is a hypothetical but so say it doesnt make sense it going rather over board. The Broncos main need is a DT after the fiasco they had with them last year. They already know they cant trade with the Raiders who are there most hated rival. Hell they may even pick Ellis at #1 to spurn the Raiders. Looking up and down this draft the Broncos are the most likely to trade up to secure one of the top DT's in this draft because it is a major need for them. With not too many holes on there team why not take a chance is what I am saying.


New England Patriots- I have them selecting CB Aquib Talib because who else of real value is left for them to take at that spot????? Dan Conner???? Derrick Harvey????? All are considered reaches. Maybe I'll put Matt Ryan there since he isnt a reach at that spot correct. And the Pats arent dishing out dough to Samuel. Why would they change there philosophy now????? Now Derrick Harvey could be the pick but I am sticking with Talib. And Yes I went based on Mel Kiper rankings of him. He does this for a living so I kinda think he knows a little more then us in most cases.


Kenny Phillips not going to the Chargers in that spot- Yes I am a Giants fan and yes I would have put Phillips in that spot if they didnt already have Eric Weddle. So the biggest glaring need is RT and Gosder Cherilus was my pick. Lucky for my Giants that Phillips was sitting there.

fenikz
01-27-2008, 04:43 PM
The Cardinals don't have any need for a 3-4 DE, Darnell Dockett is an elite DT/DE and Antonio Smith is an emerging stud, they also have solid back ups in Branch and Chris Cooper, our needs as far as DE go are a 4-3 DE/3-4 OLB pure pass rusher like Derrick Harvey or Vernon Gholston

Even though he won't fall as far as 16 the Cardinals would jump all over Kenny Phillips if he was available, we generally go BPA and he is by far the BPA

BigBlueCrew56
01-27-2008, 04:58 PM
I kinda like Harvey to you guys if that is the case. I figured Campbell would be an upgrade over Smith. I'll take it into consideration for a future mock. Thank You. Also arent there rumblings of moving Rolle to FS???????

BigBlueCrew56
01-27-2008, 05:07 PM
The Cardinals might be a spot for CB Leodis Mcklevin to go if they move Rolle to FS. He ranks higher then Phillips.

The Legend
01-27-2008, 05:37 PM
*Denver receives MLB Zach Thomas and the 1st overall
* Miami receives Denver 1st (12),2nd,4th,5th,6th,7th and '08 2nd

30. Green Bay Packers- CB Charles Godfrey Iowa
31. New York Giants- FS Kenny Phillips Miami



um first i would like to start with what you smoking, then i would like to say Godfrey i personaly love the kid but hes a early late 2nd round | 3rd round

and theres noway possiable that the packers would pass on Phillips the man can play all defensive back postions

i shave my head bald to get KP

BigBlueCrew56
01-27-2008, 06:04 PM
I think some of you are way overhyping Kenny Phillips thinking he is anywhere near the player Sean Taylor or Ed Reed was. He is being so overhyped because of this very weak safety draft. He certainly made a difference vs the Virginia Cavs during the last game at the orange bowl. I see Phillips as a late 1st rounder early 2nd but some of you see him as 10-15 type talent. I guess the combine will sort this out.

bearsfan_51
01-27-2008, 06:20 PM
Hahaha....that Denver trade is honestly the dumbest thing I've seen on here in a while, and that's really saying something.

The Legend
01-27-2008, 06:39 PM
Hahaha....that Denver trade is honestly the dumbest thing I've seen on here in a while, and that's really saying something.

that and Philip Merling going top 10

BaLLiN
01-27-2008, 06:46 PM
no team trades an entire draft for one player

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/1999/nfldraft/news/1999/04/18/saints_draft/lg_ditka_ap_01.jpg

Billingsley26
01-27-2008, 07:00 PM
Um, he's a Giants fan and the Giants need a FS...

*walks away whistling*

And as for the Denver/Miami trade, no team trades an entire draft for one player (Which is what it would be, as Zach Thomas is likely close to retiring). Denver is more than one DT away from being a Super Bowl contender. Playoff contender yes, but they can make the Playoffs next year and keep all of their picks. Heck, they'd be a better team by not making the trade. Absolutely horrible trade.

Im pretty sure that New Orleans traded all of their draft picks to get Ricky Williams.

BigBlueCrew56
01-27-2008, 08:14 PM
i'd highly suggest you actually know something about the broncos before suggesting so many asinine things. denver's defense is FAR from filled with "young stars". moss was hurt. dumervil is situational. and the jury is completely out on crowder and thomas. the rest of our DTs are garbage. ian gold might be the worst starting linebacker in the NFL. so you basically have us trading several picks we actually need (there's the whole issue of the offensive line ageing) for a DT who doesn't put us in the playoffs and a MLB who likely won't be in the league much longer and whose best days are clearly behind him.

the idea that the team doesn't have to many holes is absolutely absurd and there isn't a denver homer on this board who would come close to agreeing with you.

you have not given a single reason to believe that this was anything other than a madden trade that sounded good because you didn't know anything about one of the teams making the trade. while denver might move up, giving up ALL of their picks is utterly ridiculous.

I guess I have just been served. It was only a defense. I didnt mean any Malice in my tone. Just have been looking at there depth chart recently and reading what CBSsportsline had to say about the team and the outlook didnt look so bad for the Broncos. I looked at there defense and thought they had some potential with Moss,Crowder,Dumervil, etc at defensive end. Just thought that a player like Dorsey or Ellis would make that much of a difference. It was just an opinion and apparently to many of you it was wrong. Next Mock will be no trades

sportsnerd23
01-27-2008, 08:16 PM
I think Sam Baker at pick number 19 is a reach for the Eagles. I think a guy like Gosder Cherilus would be a much better fit.

tjsunstein
01-27-2008, 08:33 PM
that and Philip Merling going top 10

Did you think that Donte Whitner would go top 10? No.

Dont knock the kid for his originality/creativity. Just because your not seeing the same thing in this mock as you did in the other 100 mocks, its the dumbest thing youve ever seen?

BigBlueCrew56
01-27-2008, 09:40 PM
This is the outlook i got from CBS


QUARTERBACK
Starter -- Jay Cutler. Backups -- Patrick Ramsey, Darrell *******.

Cutler had a very good season, his first full year as a starter. He took some chances, but didn't make too many poor decisions. His decision-making was very good for a player so inexperienced. The team did have some problems in the red zone, and some blame falls on Cutler. He should be able to turn that around next year. Ramsey didn't play much, aside from a three-quarter stint in a blowout loss at Detroit when Cutler was hurt, but the Broncos feel good about him as Cutler's main backup.

RUNNING BACKS
Starters -- Selvin Young, FB Cecil Sapp. Backups -- Travis Henry, Andre Hall, FB Paul Smith, FB Mike Bell.

Young was the starter at the end of the year because Henry never recovered from a knee injury, but this position is up in the air. The Broncos don't think Young can be a 25-carry-a-game tailback, based on the injuries he had this year. But Henry, who was brought in to be the workhorse, would likely have to restructure his contract to come back. The Broncos like Hall, but he too isn't viewed as an every-down back. If Henry doesn't come back, the Broncos could look to free agency and the draft for a tailback. Sapp, a solid and versatile performer, is a free agent. Smith is good on special teams. Bell fell off the radar after a promising rookie year.

TIGHT ENDS
Starter -- Daniel Graham. Backups -- Tony Scheffler, Nate Jackson, Chad Mustard, Stephen Alexander.

This and cornerback are probably the Broncos' strongest positions. Graham didn't catch many balls, but the team was thrilled with his work in the running game. Scheffler is becoming a very good receiver. He had a good year despite problems stemming from a broken foot that lingered all year. Jackson and Alexander finished the year on injured reserve. Alexander is unlikely to be back.

WIDE RECEIVERS
Starters -- Brandon Marshall, Javon Walker. Backups -- Brandon Stokley, Glenn Martinez, Taylor Jacobs, Rod Smith.

Marshall is a star already after catching 100 passes in his second year. He is big, agile and has good hands. He is one of the best receivers in the NFL after the catch. He is also dedicated and will probably come back for his third season in top shape. Walker probably talked his way out of Denver. He complained after the season that he didn't fit in the offense and didn't think he would be back. Considering he has more than $5 million in bonuses due in 2008, he's probably right. However, Stokley is best suited for a role as a third receiver. He is great in the slot and not playing every down could help him stay healthy. Martinez and Jacobs probably aren't the answer after Marshall, so the Broncos will likely explore free agency and trades to find a No. 2 receiver, assuming Walker isn't brought back. Smith's career is likely over after more hip surgery in January.

OFFENSIVE LINE
Starters -- LT Matt Lepsis, LG Chris Kuper, C Chris Myers, RG Montrae Holland, RT Erik Pears. Backups -- C Tom Nalen, G Ben Hamilton, G/C P.J. Alexander, T Ryan Harris, G Isaac Snell.

The good news for the Broncos is Nalen and Hamilton, who were on injured reserve, should be back in 2008. Nalen had a torn biceps and Hamilton couldn't shake off a concussion. Getting them back will allow the coaching staff to figure out how to use Kuper and Myers, two first-time starters that did well in their place. The news wasn't all great -- Lepsis retired. He didn't play well last season but was a good tackle for many years. Harris could take his place in the lineup. Kuper could also move to tackle, or Pears could move from the right side to the left side. Pears played left tackle in 2006 after Lepsis injured his knee.

DEFENSIVE LINE
Starters -- LDE John Engelberger, DT Marcus Thomas, DT Alvin McKinley, RDE Elvis Dumervil. Backups -- DE Tim Crowder, DE Jarvis Moss, DT Josh Mallard, DE Larry Birdine, DE Paul Carrington, DT Kenny Peterson, DT Steven Harris, DE Ebenezer Ekuban.

The good news for this group is there is some young talent. Crowder and Thomas could be starters for a long time. Dumervil is a top pass rusher, and he will be in his third year. Moss was a first-round pick in 2007, and although he wasn't playing well when he suffered a season-ending leg injury, he could become a productive player. The problem is there weren't many solid veterans that could allow those youngsters to develop slowly. Engelberger is solid against the run but doesn't rush the quarterback. McKinley quietly had a good, but unspectacular, season. The Broncos tinkered with this position more than any other, bringing in players like Birdine, Mallard and Carrington who could develop. Mallard finished the season well.
LINEBACKERS
Starters -- WLB Ian Gold, MLB D.J. Williams, SLB Nate Webster. Backups -- OLB Jamie Winborn, MLB Jordan Beck, OLB Louis Green.

The question at this position is what to do with Williams. Williams had a lot of tackles, looked somewhat tentative at times playing a new position, and might be more comfortable on the outside. But the Broncos probably couldn't move Williams to the outside unless a comparable middle linebacker is acquired this offseason. One revelation late in the season was Winborn, who played well as a starter in the final two games when Gold was injured. However, why didn't Winborn play earlier in the season? Outside linebackers Webster and Gold missed plenty of tackles. Beck and Green are special teams players. Linebacker is obviously a need going into the draft.

DEFENSIVE BACKS
Starters -- LCB Champ Bailey, RCB Dre' Bly, SS John Lynch, FS Hamza Abdullah. Backups -- CB/S Domonique Foxworth, CB Karl Paymah, S Nick Ferguson, S Roderick Rogers, S Steve Cargile.

Bailey and Bly didn't have the great seasons predicted for them when the Broncos acquired Bly, but they weren't that bad. They are a building block for the defense. The team inserted Abdullah in the lineup at about midseason to get younger and provide some more range. Abdullah missed tackles in the final few games, but he'll get a look again in 2008. His development would be especially important if Lynch retires. Foxworth is versatile, but the coaches have to figure out where he fits best -- which is probably cornerback -- and keep him there. He has played some safety each of the last two years, but is undersized. A positive development was the way Paymah played after a pretty quiet first two years in the NFL.

SPECIAL TEAMS
K Jason Elam, P Sam Paulescu, LS Mike Leach, KOR Andre Hall, PR Glenn Martinez, K Matt Prater.

Elam is a free agent but had four game-winning kicks in 2007 and the Broncos want him back. The Broncos made some progress on special teams, but a lot of work still remains. The punting situation was a fiasco at the end of the year. Todd Sauerbrun was cut after an incident in which he was accused of hitting a cab driver. Paul Ernster was signed, had a miserable game at San Diego, and was cut too. Paulescu finished the season, but nobody knows if he is the answer. Broncos coach Mike Shanahan said the team needs a dynamic returner. They think Hall can turn into a good kickoff returner, and Martinez has shown flashes returning punts. Prater did decently in a two-game stint as a kickoff specialist.

The Legend
01-27-2008, 09:41 PM
you should have ask BBD if you could have that name or not lol

BigBlueCrew56
01-27-2008, 09:41 PM
Do you think the Dolphins would push both Jason Taylor and Thomas to the Broncos for a similar package of draft pics. Would adding Jason Taylor to the deal make it not so far fetched?????

BigBlueCrew56
01-27-2008, 09:50 PM
I have heard that Ryan Harris is ready to take over at Left Tackle. I thought he was a great pickup in last years draft.

Diehard
01-27-2008, 09:55 PM
Do you think the Dolphins would push both Jason Taylor and Thomas to the Broncos for a similar package of draft pics. Would adding Jason Taylor to the deal make it not so far fetched?????

The Broncos are building around youth. Why the hell would they want these senior citizens from Miami?

BigBlueCrew56
01-27-2008, 09:59 PM
There is also the Free agent route until next years draft. The Denver trade was just something I made up to throw off some of the same mundane crap we see everywhere. Something to get us thinking a bit. Remind us that players like Donte Whitner and Logan Mankins actually do get picked way ahead that there supposed to and that guys like Alan Branch fall to the second round.

BigBlueCrew56
01-27-2008, 10:01 PM
The Broncos are building around youth. Why the hell would they want these senior citizens from Miami?

For maybe the same reasons they took a gamble on fossils like John Lynch and Bill Romanowski.

Diehard
01-27-2008, 10:29 PM
jason taylor will be ~34 years old next season. bill romanowski was 30 when we signed him. zach thomas will be ~35 years old. john lynch was 32. few years can make a huge difference.

Absolutely. Taylor and Thomas would pretty much be 1-2 year rentals... very expensive rentals considering we're talking about throwing away our entire draft on them and Dorsey.

johbur
01-28-2008, 12:25 AM
Too high for Godfrey. I'd like him in the second, but if he has a great combine he might be middle round second. I'd be surprised if he went first.

The Denver Trade isn't likely to me. It is not an entire trade for 1 player. Zack Thomas, Jason Taylor and Glen Dorsey for 6 picks, as they don't have a third, correct? So it's moving up in the first, plus two veterans that have less than four years or so left. Taylor, to me, is worth acquiring as I think he's just a flat out great player. Thomas, he's always been small, but now he's getting older. When he's healthy, he'd be better than any rookie they could get at MLB. I love Glen Dorsey, so trading up for him is a solid play.

What I don't like, is what I've seen Ted Thompson do for GB, and that is average 11 picks for the past three years and bring in a lot of players to provide competition at every spot and have depth at almost every position, though a lot of those guys were unheralded when picked.

Which is better, a lot of lesser known guys, or taking the top pick, plus two guys with HOF credentials?

bearsfan_51
01-28-2008, 12:28 AM
in any case, pears is garbage.
I believe that's pears ARE garbage, enough with those ebonics classes for you njx. And I disagree. Pears can make both a light snack and a hearty breakfast treat. They're good on the go too, unlike plums or other squishier fruits.

Crickett
01-28-2008, 01:11 AM
Kenny Phillips not going to the Chargers in that spot- Yes I am a Giants fan and yes I would have put Phillips in that spot if they didnt already have Eric Weddle. So the biggest glaring need is RT and Gosder Cherilus was my pick. Lucky for my Giants that Phillips was sitting there.

Ken Hamlin is a free agent. The Cowboys are going to pass on Phillips twice. As for Eric Weddle, he is a strong safety and Kenny Phillips is not. With Marlon McCree on the wrong side of 30, Phillips would make as much sense as anyone for the Chargers if he fell that far.

Just admit it, you wrote a homer mock.

New England Patriots- I have them selecting CB Aquib Talib because who else of real value is left for them to take at that spot????? Dan Conner???? Derrick Harvey????? All are considered reaches. Maybe I'll put Matt Ryan there since he isnt a reach at that spot correct. And the Pats arent dishing out dough to Samuel. Why would they change there philosophy now????? Now Derrick Harvey could be the pick but I am sticking with Talib. And Yes I went based on Mel Kiper rankings of him. He does this for a living so I kinda think he knows a little more then us in most cases.

Oh nice, go with the argument that is against the rules of the forum to refute. :mad:

Thunder&Lightning
01-28-2008, 08:38 AM
good chargers pick they need a RT, cherilus will be probowl RT and could be solid LT if needed for anyteam...

asmitty45
01-28-2008, 12:47 PM
I like the lions pick.

But you first trade will absolutely never happen. The Bronco's need young talent not old talent, even with that trade they are in no position to win right now.

BigBlueCrew56
01-28-2008, 05:51 PM
I got it guys. It was just an idea that's all. Many people said it sucked and I will learn for my next mock. Thank you all for the good and bad as it will hopefully help me put out a more suitable mock for everyone's team needs. Next Mock will be called the Redemption

iloxygenil
01-28-2008, 06:55 PM
I think the Falcons may be forced to take McFadden there, but I really would like to see them select Jake Long.

TacticaLion
01-28-2008, 10:05 PM
Wasted time.

Most of the same, typical picks with an unrealistic trade. Name it "A Madden Mock Draft" next time.

TitanHope
01-29-2008, 07:54 PM
Woah, totally forgot about the Ricky Williams deal. My bad.

Anyway, I should have said that no one should trade their entire Draft for one player, especially if they have multiple needs. It would be foolish to put all your eggs in one basket. The success of your organization depends on if Glenn Dorsey is the next Reggie White. If so, good for you. If he's anything less, then you have one really good player instead of 4 or so good-solid players who will make your team better than the one single player could. Thus, it's then a bad trade. Even then, who's to say that Denver can't get the next Tarik Glenn and Brian Urlacher with their picks? You never know. Either way, the risk vastly out-weighs the reward. Just ask Mike Ditka and Bill Kuharich...