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CARDIAC CAT 7
02-06-2008, 02:16 PM
1ST ROUND
1. Miami Dolphins- Matt Ryan / QB / Boston College
2. St. Louis Rams- Chris Long / DE / Virginia
3. Atlanta Falcons- Glenn Dorsey / DT / LSU
4. Oakland Raiders- Sedrick Ellis / DT / USC
5. Kansas City Chiefs- Jake Long / OT / Michigan
6. New York Jets- Darren McFadden / RB / Arkansas
7. New England Patriots- Keith Rivers / LB / USC
8. Baltimore Ravens- Calais Campbell / DE / Miami (FL)
9. Cincinnati Bengals- Jonathan Stewart / RB / Oregon
10. New Orleans Saints- Leodis McKelvin / CB / Troy
11. Buffalo Bills- Kentwan Balmer / DT / North Carolina
12. Denver Broncos- Tavares Gooden / LB / Miami (FL)
13. Carolina Panthers- Vernon Gholston / DE / Ohio State
14. Chicago Bears- Jeff Otah/ OT(OG) / Pittsburgh
15. Detroit Lions- Ryan Clady / OT / Boise State
16. Arizona Cardinals- Rashard Mendenhall / RB / Illinois
17. Minnesota Vikings- Brian Brohm / QB / Louisville
18. Houston Texans- Chris Williams / OT / Vanderbilt
19. Philadelphia Eagles- Kenny Phillips / S(CB) / Miami (FL)
20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- DeSean Jackson / WR / California
21. Washington Redskins- Early Doucet / WR / LSU
22. Dallas Cowboys- Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie / CB(S) / Tennessee State
23. Pittsburgh Steelers- Derrick Harvey / LB / Florida
24. Tennessee Titans- Limas Sweed / WR / Texas
25. Seattle Seahawks- Felix Jones / RB / Arkansas
26. Jacksonville Jaguars- Phillip Merling / DE / Clemson
27. San Diego Chargers- Reggie Smith / CB(S) / Oklahoma
28. Dallas Cowboys- James Hardy / WR / Indiana
29. San Francisco 49ers- Lavelle Hawkins / WR / California
30. Green Bay Packers- Mike Jenkins / CB / USF
31. New England Patriots - (Forfeited as penalty for cheating)
32. New York Giants- Lawrence Jackson / DE / USC

2ND ROUND
33. Miami Dolphins- Gosder Cherilus / OT / Boston College
34. St. Louis Rams- Anthony Collins / OT / Kansas
35. Atlanta Falcons- Curtis Lofton / LB / Oklahoma
36. Kansas City Chiefs- Aqib Talib / CB / Kansas
37. New York Jets- Pat Sims / NT / Auburn
38. Oakland Raiders- Jordy Nelson / WR / Kansas State
39. Baltimore Ravens- Brandon Flowers / CB / Virginia Tech
40. San Francisco 49ers- Darrell Robertson / LB / Georgia Tech
41. New Orleans Saints- Dan Connor / LB / Penn State
42. Buffalo Bills- Malcolm Kelly / WR / Oklahoma
43. Denver Broncos- Sam Baker / OT / USC
44. Carolina Panthers- Andre Woodson / QB / Kentucky
45. Chicago Bears- Joe Flacco / QB / Delaware
46. Detroit Lions- Fred Davis / TE / USC
47. Cincinnati Bengals- Devin Thomas / WR / Michigan State
48. Minnesota Vikings- Jermichael Finley / TE(WR) / Texas
49. Atlanta Falcons- Carl Nicks / OT / Nebraska
50. Philadelphia Eagles- Earl Bennett / WR / Vanderbilt
51. Arizona Cardinals- Patrick Lee / CB / Auburn
52. Washington Redskins- Brandon Albert / OG(OT) / Virginia
53. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- John David Booty / QB / USC
54. Pittsburgh Steelers- Jacob Hester / RB(FB) / LSU
55. Tennessee Titans- Tracy Porter / CB / Indiana
56. Seattle Seahawks- Martellus Bennett / TE / Texas A&M
57. Cleveland Browns- Cliff Avril / LB / Purdue
58. Miami Dolphins- Erin Henderson / LB / Maryland
59. Jacksonville Jaguars- Andre Caldwell / WR / Florida
60. Indianapolis Colts- Donnie Avery / WR / Houston
61. Green Bay Packers- Phillip Wheeler / LB / Georgia Tech
62. Dallas Cowboys- Marcus Griffin / S / Texas
63. New England Patriots- Justin King / CB / Penn State
64. New York Giants- Geno Hayes / LB / Florida State

3RD ROUND
65. Miami Dolphins- Trevor Laws / DT(DE) / Notre Dame
66. St. Louis Rams- DaJuan Morgan / S / NC State
67. Atlanta Falcons- Jamaal Charles / RB / Texas
68. New York Jets- Quentin Groves / LB / Auburn
69. New England Patriots - Kellen Davis / TE / Michigan State
70. Kansas City Chiefs- Chad Henne / QB / Michigan
71. San Francisco 49ers- Mario Manningham / WR / Michigan
72. Buffalo Bills- Jerod Mayo / LB / Tennessee
73. Buffalo Bills- Tommy Blake / DE / TCU
74. Minnesota Vikings- Dre Moore / DT / Maryland
75. Carolina Panthers- Letroy Guion / DT / Florida State
76. Chicago Bears- Kevin Smith / RB / UCF
77. Detroit Lions- Marcus Harrison / DT / Arkansas
78. Cincinnati Bengals- Ali Highsmith / LB / LSU
79. New Orleans Saints- Davone Bess / WR / Hawaii
80. Houston Texans- Steve Slaton / RB / West Virginia
81. Philadelphia Eagles- Jon Carlson / TE / Notre Dame
82. Arizona Cardinals- Titus Brown / LB(DE) / Mississippi State
83. Minnesota Vikings- Jamie Silva / S / Boston College
84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Andre Fluellen / DT / Florida State
85. Washington Redskins- Quintin Demps / S / UTEP
86. Tennessee Titans- Spencer Larsen / LB / Arizona
87. Seattle Seahawks- John Greco / OT / Toledo
88. Cleveland Browns- Ahtyba Rubin / NT / Iowa State
89. Pittsburgh Steelers- Kendall Langford / DE / Hampton
90. Jacksonville Jaguars- Jack Ikegwuonu / CB / Wisconsin
91. Chicago Bears- Xavier Adibi / LB(S) / Virginia Tech
92. Green Bay Packers- Chris Johnson / RB / East Carolina
93. Dallas Cowboys- Heath Benedict / OT(OG) / Newberry
94. Indianapolis Colts- Mike Hart / RB / Michigan
95. New England Patriots- Jason Jones / DE(LB/DT) / Eastern Michigan
96. New York Giants- Terrell Thomas / CB / USC

Feel free to comment, will check (or answer ?'s) often...

skiinginNJ
02-06-2008, 02:44 PM
Giants-

Jackson- not happening. its not that i dont think he is good or anything, but if strahan comes back we have 4 defensive ends capable of starting. even if stray doesnt it leaves Osi and tuck as starters with kiwi coming in on passing downs and moving tuck inside with alford. a DT would be a possibility. maybe OT. CB is a choice.

Collins, Sims, Porter or Lee would probably be better.

Hayes- we have a WILL for next year in gerris willkinson, so if we look for a LB it will be a strong side guy.

Thomas- very good pick. i like him as a potential CB or S. might be a bigger need than anything else on this team

Don Killuminati
02-06-2008, 02:44 PM
Jordyzzz? Nah, man. Don't do it like that. Over Malcolm Kelly, no less.

69. New England Patriots - Kellen Davis / TE / Michigan State
They do love them some TEs in New England.

princefielder28
02-06-2008, 02:49 PM
Can't complain at all with the Packers draft

BeerBaron
02-06-2008, 02:56 PM
hmm, interesting, interesting.

i dont think i can complain about the bears first 2 picks.

kevin smith seems a little odd.....i have the feeling that if the bears are looking for a RB in the first 3 rounds, it will more likely be a speedier option to compliment/compete with benson.

then adibi....no. i see lots of people sending us adibi with that pick but weakside LB just isnt a need. sure itll sting if (when) briggs bolts for huge FA money, but jamar williams is has been being developed in his place and they just took okwo in the late 3rd round last year. id much rather see that pick be a speedy WR, a cover 2 safety, or maybe some more help to the o-line.

SubNoize
02-06-2008, 02:58 PM
I would rather take any of the receivers that were chosen after Jordy than Jordy, why give us a 5th rounder in the 2nd???

619
02-06-2008, 03:04 PM
No Jordyzzz Nelsonzzz plz! Especially over Kelly and Thomas.

defensiveback23
02-06-2008, 03:07 PM
Very nice SD pick.

Jakey
02-06-2008, 03:27 PM
Wow not a geat Steelers draft! The first two picks are terrible, although i really like Harvey, we have James Harrison (pro bowl/all-pro) and Lamarr Woodley (future pro bowl/all-pro) :)

CARDIAC CAT 7
02-06-2008, 03:27 PM
then adibi....no. i see lots of people sending us adibi with that pick but weakside LB just isnt a need. sure itll sting if (when) briggs bolts for huge FA money, but jamar williams is has been being developed in his place and they just took okwo in the late 3rd round last year. -BeerBaron

- Adibi I think would fit well into Chicago as a SS, and could eventually start over Archuleta or McGowan. I think its a added value that he can also play WLB in case Briggs leaves. On top of that he is going to be a excellent special teams player, which Chicago is known for.


No Jordyzzz Nelsonzzz plz! Especially over Kelly and Thomas. -619

- Oakland needs a depth threat to open the middle for Zach Miller, and to keep 8 out of the box. JaMarcus needs a depth threat, Malcolm Kelly is more of a possession receiver, Devin Thomas would be a good option , as long as he has the great combine (which is expected), to show his one year wasn't a fluke, he should jump up boards. While Nelson has proven over the years he is a consistent deep threat. All depends on Devin Thomas's combine #'s.


Thanks for comments, will take them into consideration :)

Nitschke-Hawk
02-06-2008, 03:38 PM
Packers draft is awesome

GDWTheSickness
02-06-2008, 03:39 PM
Wow!!!Excellent Cowboys draft!!!I can't see us passing on Malcolm Kelly For HARDY though. Malcolm Kelly at #28. Really nice well put effort though. +rep

TacticaLion
02-06-2008, 03:43 PM
No... absolutely not. Horrible Lions draft, tbh.

OT? I'll take it. Sure, it isn't my biggest need... but, if Woody leaves, I can see it.

TE? TE!? No... no way, no how. We've got McHugh and Campbell... two players that are solid. Why waste a 2nd round pick on a TE with Patrick Lee AND Philip Wheeler on the board?! Nope.

Last, but not least... Marcus Harrison. We still have Rogers, we've ignored our CB and MLB holes and are now going to draft a run-stopping DT with serious character concerns? Not only do we need some sort of pass-rush from our DTs, but Marinelli will NOT draft a player with character concerns.

The Lions' need MLB, CB, DE and OT help... you addressed one of those needs. F.

hugegmenfan
02-06-2008, 04:03 PM
terrible giants mock
jackson is a good player and a very good DE but cmon DE? thats the last thing we need. even if strahan retires we have tuck and kiwanuka is most likely being reconverted to DE
Gives us dajuan morgan 2nd round and may be connor or aqib talib 1st round
then give us the BPA 3rd round

Dr. Gonzo
02-06-2008, 04:24 PM
That has to be one of the worst Vikings drafts I have ever seen. I will go pick by pick.

17. Brian Brohm - Kenny Phillips, Derrick Harvey, Chris Williams, and DeSean Jackson are all still available and all of them are in positions of much greater need. Sure QB is one of our weak spots but there is no way we invest a first in a QB. Give us Phillips.

48. Jermicheal Finley - I can't argue to much with this one. I think we would go with Carl Nicks or Earl Bennet over him. TE may be a need but we have greater needs. Give us Nicks.

74. Dre Moore - Sure is would be nice to have a DT, but we have greater needs. Give us John Carlson.

83. Jamie Silva - Not a bad pick but if you listened to my suggestion we would already have our safety. Give us Kendall Langford.

Diehard
02-06-2008, 04:30 PM
12. Denver Broncos- Tavares Gooden / LB / Miami (FL)
43. Denver Broncos- Sam Baker / OT / USC

WTF? Gooden in round 1? Is this some kind of joke?

CARDIAC CAT 7
02-06-2008, 04:39 PM
WTF? Gooden in round 1? Is this some kind of joke?

Wait til' after the combine then he will be the next great LB from the U, this guy is a freak and arguably Miami's most athletic player which is saying ALOT.

T-RICH49
02-06-2008, 04:39 PM
give KC Manningham in RD 3 and it's absolutely perfect

Finsfan79
02-06-2008, 04:48 PM
matt ryan to miami?

he isnt worth the number 1 by long shot

Matthew Jones
02-06-2008, 04:55 PM
Like Rivers in the first and Jones at the end of the third. Don't like the other two. Hayes is really small. Can he play strong safety or something? And we don't really need a tight end too badly, Watson is a good starter, and we have Brady and Thomas still.

Babylon
02-06-2008, 06:24 PM
then adibi....no. i see lots of people sending us adibi with that pick but weakside LB just isnt a need. sure itll sting if (when) briggs bolts for huge FA money, but jamar williams is has been being developed in his place and they just took okwo in the late 3rd round last year. -BeerBaron

- Adibi I think would fit well into Chicago as a SS, and could eventually start over Archuleta or McGowan. I think its a added value that he can also play WLB in case Briggs leaves. On top of that he is going to be a excellent special teams player, which Chicago is known for.


No Jordyzzz Nelsonzzz plz! Especially over Kelly and Thomas. -619

- Oakland needs a depth threat to open the middle for Zach Miller, and to keep 8 out of the box. JaMarcus needs a depth threat, Malcolm Kelly is more of a possession receiver, Devin Thomas would be a good option , as long as he has the great combine (which is expected), to show his one year wasn't a fluke, he should jump up boards. While Nelson has proven over the years he is a consistent deep threat. All depends on Devin Thomas's combine #'s.


Thanks for comments, will take them into consideration :)


Stick to your guns on the Nelson pick, Raider fans will thank you later.

thebow305
02-06-2008, 06:28 PM
Second round is good, third round doesnt make sense and round 1 just wont happen

Bills2083
02-06-2008, 08:51 PM
This would be much better...

1. Mike Jenkins
2. Malcolm Kelly
3. Ali Highsmith
3. John Carlson

the_Kid
02-06-2008, 09:10 PM
absolutely horrible vikings draft. there is no way they would pass on Kenny Phillips if he fell to 17

Thunder&Lightning
02-06-2008, 09:23 PM
congratulations on the amazing SD pick

Diehard
02-06-2008, 11:41 PM
Wait til' after the combine then he will be the next great LB from the U, this guy is a freak and arguably Miami's most athletic player which is saying ALOT.

I don't give a **** if he can fly through the air and **** golden nuggets - it's about playing football, not stopwatches and scales. This guy has struggled to stay healthy and his play on the field hasn't established him as one of the top tier LB's in the draft.

thebow305
02-07-2008, 12:00 AM
I don't give a **** if he can fly through the air and **** golden nuggets - it's about playing football, not stopwatches and scales. This guy has struggled to stay healthy and his play on the field hasn't established him as one of the top tier LB's in the draft.

Obviously you haven't watched any Miami football this year. Agreed he isn't on the level as many of any of our former greats at the U, but he was VERY solid this year, can run in the low 4.5's, and is built like a truck. And in this relatively weak group of Middle LB's this year and lack of true playmaking backer's beyond Keith Rivers and maybe a couple of others, he could figure in very high when it comes to draft time.

That was an immature and unknowledgeable response to a fairly reasonable assessment of Tavares, although maybe a little exaggerated. And now you look like a fool. Great job!

Diehard
02-07-2008, 12:09 AM
That was an immature and unknowledgeable response to a fairly reasonable assessment of where Tavares will go in the draft. And now you look like a fool. Great job!

Actually, I primarily follow ACC football and IMO anyone would thinks Gooden is worth a mid 1st is either a major Miami homer or a fool. Even your own comments (e.g. "can run in the low 4.5's, and is built like a truck") indicate the same thinking as CC - he's got terrific physical ability. That's fine, but I didn't see that translate into spectacular play on the field.

Is he a decent LB? Yes. Does that mean he's worthy of a top 10 pick? Hell no. I like him in the late 2nd - mid 3rd. Will someone overdraft him after he tears up the combine? Probably, considering what happened with Chris Henry last year.

Edit: I see you decided to qualify your comments a little after I'd already quoted you. LOL.

Dam8610
02-07-2008, 12:27 AM
WR and Mike Hart? A non-need and a bad fit? That's not a good Colts draft at all.

Caddy
02-07-2008, 04:48 AM
Great first rounder in Desean, but JDB in the 2nd is atrocious whilst Fluellen is adequate.

ABWA757
02-07-2008, 07:05 AM
11. Buffalo Bills- Kentwan Balmer / DT / North Carolina--- i dont see buffalo picking a dt in the first unless its ellis or dorsey
42. Buffalo Bills- Malcolm Kelly / WR / Oklahoma--- if kelly fall here that would be great
72. Buffalo Bills- Jerod Mayo / LB / Tennessee--- love this pick
73. Buffalo Bills- Tommy Blake / DE / TCU ---- buffalo already plaid way 2 much money on DE a CB would be good here.

Xiomera
02-07-2008, 07:45 AM
This mock had such potential with the selection of Clady for Detroit . . . then it plummeted with the choice of a TE and DT after that . . . Detroit needs DE, MLB, and CB . . . badly

DiG
02-07-2008, 08:13 AM
i think i just threw up inside my mouth. excuse me.

AkiliSmith
02-07-2008, 08:25 AM
Wow. There's no way the Bengals draft offense with the first two picks. Have you seen our defense? Defensive line is by far the biggest need. Preferably two defensive lineman in the first three rounds.

Sveen
02-07-2008, 08:48 AM
10. New Orleans Saints- Leodis McKelvin / CB / Troy
41. New Orleans Saints- Dan Connor / LB / Penn State
79. New Orleans Saints- Davone Bess / WR / Hawaii
McKelvin in the 1st ain't a bad pick, but it's a little to high for him I think. Dan Connor in the 2nd would be amazing, but Davone Bess in the 3rd? I don't know about that one. We could use a WR, but I don't think Bess in the 3rd is the right way to go. I'd rather have John Carlson, DT or OL.

neko4
02-07-2008, 09:56 AM
Can't complain at all with the Packers draft
Agreed, solid draft and i like johnson even though RB isnt much of a need anymore

iloxygenil
02-07-2008, 09:57 AM
Give Atlanta Pat Sims at the top of round 2 and Jake Long in round 1 instead and you've got a real winner.