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Matthew Jones
02-10-2008, 07:33 PM
Let me know what you think!

2008 NFL DRAFT

ROUND ONE

01 01 Miami Dolphins (1-15) – DE/LB Chris Long, Virginia

02 02 St. Louis Rams (3-13) – DT Glenn Dorsey, Louisiana St.

03 03 +Atlanta Falcons (4-12) – RB Darren McFadden, Arkansas

04 04 +Oakland Raiders (4-12) – Sedrick Ellis, DT, Southern Cal

05 05 +Kansas City Chiefs (4-12) - OT Jake Long, Michigan

06 06 New York Jets (4-12) – DE/LB Vernon Gholston, Ohio St.

07 07 New England Patriots (from SF (5-11)) – WR DeSean Jackson, California

08 08 Baltimore Ravens (5-11) – QB Matt Ryan, Boston College

09 09 Cincinnati Bengals (7-9) – OLB Keith Rivers, Southern Cal

10 10 New Orleans Saints (7-9) – CB Mike Jenkins, South Florida

11 11 Buffalo Bills (7-9) – CB Leodis McKelvin, Troy

12 12 Denver Broncos (7-9) – FS Kenny Phillips, Miami (FL)

13 13 Carolina Panthers (7-9) – OT Ryan Clady, Boise St.

14 14 Chicago Bears (7-9) – OT Chris Williams, Vanderbilt

15 15 Detroit Lions (7-9) – CB Aqib Talib, Kansas

16 16 Arizona Cardinals (8-8) – RB Jonathan Stewart, Oregon

17 17 Minnesota Vikings (8-8) – DE Derrick Harvey, Florida

18 18 Houston Texans (8-8) – RB Rashard Mendenhall, Illinois

19 19 Philadelphia Eagles (8-8) – WR Malcolm Kelly, Oklahoma

20 20 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-7) – QB Brian Brohm, Louisville

21 21 Washington Redskins (9-7) – DE Calais Campbell, Miami (FL)

22 22 Dallas Cowboys (from CLE (10-6)) – CB/FS Reggie Smith, Oklahoma

23 23 Pittsburgh Steelers (10-6) – OT Jeff Otah, Pittsburgh

24 24 Tennessee Titans (10-6) – WR Limas Sweed, Texas

25 25 Seattle Seahawks (10-6) – RB Felix Jones, Arkansas

26 26 Jacksonville Jaguars (11-5) – DE Phillip Merling, Clemson

27 27 San Diego Chargers (11-5) – OT Gosder Cherilus, Boston College

28 28 Dallas Cowboys (13-3) – CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Tennessee St.

29 29 San Francisco 49ers (from IND (13-3)) – WR Mario Manningham, Michigan

30 30 Green Bay Packers (13-3) – OLB Dan Connor, Penn St.

31 31 New England Patriots (16-0) (forfeit)

32 32 New York Giants (10-6) – DT Kentwan Balmer, North Carolina


ROUND TWO

01 33 Miami Dolphins (1-15) – DE/LB Quentin Groves, Auburn

02 34 St. Louis Rams (3-13) – OT Sam Baker, Southern Cal

03 35 +Oakland Raiders (4-12) – OT Carl Nicks, Nebraska

04 36 +Kansas City Chiefs (4-12) - DE Lawrence Jackson, Southern Cal

05 37 New York Jets (4-12) – NT Pat Sims, Auburn

06 38 +Atlanta Falcons (4-12) – QB Chad Henne, Michigan

07 39 Baltimore Ravens (5-11) – CB Antoine Cason, Arizona

08 40 San Francisco 49ers (5-11) – OLB Erin Henderson, Maryland

09 41 New Orleans Saints (7-9) – ILB Curtis Lofton, Oklahoma

10 42 Buffalo Bills (7-9) – TE Fred Davis, Southern Cal

11 43 Denver Broncos (7-9) – OT Anthony Collins, Kansas

12 44 Carolina Panthers (7-9) – QB Andre’ Woodson, Kentucky

13 45 Chicago Bears (7-9) – QB Joe Flacco, Delaware

14 46 Detroit Lions (7-9) – CB Tracy Porter, Indiana

15 47 Cincinnati Bengals (7-9) – OLB Ali Highsmith, Louisiana St.

16 48 Minnesota Vikings (8-8) – WR Devin Thomas, Michigan St.

17 49 Atlanta Falcons (from HOU (8-8)) – OT Oniel Cousins, Texas-El Paso

18 50 Philadelphia Eagles (8-8) – CB Charles Godfrey, Iowa

19 51 Arizona Cardinals (8-8) – DE Darrell Robertson, Georgia Tech

20 52 Washington Redskins (9-7) – WR James Hardy, Indiana

21 53 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-7) – WR Early Doucet, Louisiana St.

22 54 Cleveland Browns (10-6) – NT Ahtyba Rubin, Iowa St.

23 55 Pittsburgh Steelers (10-6) – OG Branden Albert, Virginia

24 56 Tennessee Titans (10-6) – TE Martellus Bennett, Texas A&M

25 57 Seattle Seahawks (10-6) – TE John Carlson, Notre Dame

26 58 Jacksonville Jaguars (11-5) – WR Andre Caldwell, Florida

27 59 Miami Dolphins (from SD (11-5)) – FS Thomas DeCoud, California

28 60 Dallas Cowboys (13-3) – RB Chris Johnson, East Carolina

29 61 Indianapolis Colts (13-3) – OG Roy Schuening, Oregon St.

30 62 Green Bay Packers (13-3) – CB Brandon Flowers, Virginia Tech

31 63 New England Patriots (16-0) – ILB Phillip Wheeler, Georgia Tech

32 64 New York Giants (10-6) – WR Donnie Avery, Houston



ROUND THREE

01 65 Miami Dolphins (1-15) – OT Heath Benedict, Newberry

02 66 St. Louis Rams (3-13) – DE Chris Ellis, Virginia Tech

03 67 +Kansas City Chiefs (4-12) – WR Lavelle Hawkins, California

04 68 New York Jets (4-12) – CB Patrick Lee, Auburn

05 69 +Atlanta Falcons (4-12) – OT Tony Hills, Texas

06 70 +New England Patriots (from OAK (4-12)) – ILB Jerod Mayo, Tennessee

07 71 San Francisco 49ers (5-11) – OLB Shawn Crable, Michigan

08 72 Buffalo Bills (from BAL (5-11)) – OLB Geno Hayes, Florida St.

09 73 Buffalo Bills (7-9) – WR Adarius Bowman, Oklahoma St.

10 74 Chicago Bears (7-9) – RB Jamaal Charles, Texas

11 75 Detroit Lions (7-9) – RB Ray Rice, Rutgerss

12 76 Cincinnati Bengals (7-9) – TE Martin Rucker, Missouri

13 77 New Orleans Saints (7-9) – DT Dre Moore, Maryland

14 78 Minnesota Vikings (from DEN (7-9)) – SS DaJuan Morgan, North Carolina St.

15 79 Carolina Panthers (7-9) – SS Craig Steltz, Louisiana St.

16 80 Houston Texans (8-8) – CB Justin King, Penn St.

17 81 Philadelphia Eagles (8-8) – ILB Tavares Gooden, Miami (FL)

18 82 Arizona Cardinals (8-8) – CB Trae Williams, South Florida

19 83 Minnesota Vikings (8-8) – TE Jermichael Finley, Texas

20 84 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-7) – DT Trevor Laws, Notre Dame

21 85 Washington Redskins (9-7) – CB Terrell Thomas, Southern Cal

22 86 Cleveland Browns (10-6) – DE/OLB Jason Jones, Eastern Michigan

23 87 Pittsburgh Steelers (10-6) – FS Simeon Castille, Alabama

24 88 Tennessee Titans (10-6) – DE Cliff Avril, Purdue

25 89 Seattle Seahawks (10-6) – OG Eric Young, Tennessee

26 90 Jacksonville Jaguars (11-5) – OLB Xavier Adibi, Virginia Tech

27 91 Chicago Bears (from SD (11-5)) – DT DeMario Pressley, North Carolina St.

28 92 Dallas Cowboys (13-3) – WR Earl Bennett, Vanderbilt

29 93 Indianapolis Colts (13-3) – DE Jeremy Thompson, Wake Forest

30 94 Green Bay Packers (13-3) – FS Marcus Griffin, Texas

31 95 New England Patriots (16-0) – RB Matt Forte, Tulane

32 96 New York Giants (10-6) – OLB Beau Bell, Nevada-Las Vegas

princefielder28
02-10-2008, 07:44 PM
I can't complain with the Packers first two picks, but I'm not sure if safety is that big of a need anymore with GB. Bigby really progressed throughout the season and Collins is consistently above average. Aaron Rouse is a solid backup and maybe in the 5th round Green Bay looks for a fourth safety

doingthisinsteadofwork
02-10-2008, 07:46 PM
good Oakland draft.

Yung Flippa
02-10-2008, 08:00 PM
Great Ravens draft. Good Houston pick, I'd prefer Terrell Thomas in the 3rd, but King is a good pick.

regoob2
02-10-2008, 08:01 PM
pretty solid bears draft even though i'm not a fan of Flacco i'd prefer Devin Thomas but I could see us taking him.

thebow305
02-10-2008, 08:03 PM
Solid Phins draft.

Not a huge fan of DeCoud though, and safety is not a HUGE need, as long as we resign Yeremiah Bell, and Jason Allen's play continues to improve the way it has.

That being said, I would rather take Phillip Wheeler there instead, and Justin King instead of Benedict in the 3rd.

Brothgar
02-10-2008, 08:14 PM
The Lions take a CB in the first two rounds? I think ILB in the second round would be better.

Achilles33
02-10-2008, 08:18 PM
Amazing Cowboys draft.

skiinginNJ
02-10-2008, 08:21 PM
not a bad giants draft

1st- good pick
2nd- id rather have patrick lee there, though a WR isnt out of the picture
3rd- ok, not the biggest bell fan. rather have Demps there

AkiliSmith
02-10-2008, 08:26 PM
I don't think you meant to have the Bengals take a linebacker in both the 1st and 2nd round. If you did, it's no good. They need defensive line with probably 2 of the first 3 picks.

I'd rather have Harvey in round 1 and a more versatile linebacker in Wheeler in round 2.

Also you forgot Erin Henderson, he's a solid 2nd round pick.

Matthew Jones
02-10-2008, 08:28 PM
Erin Henderson is #40, and yes, I did goof on Cincinnati's first two rounds, usually I do have Harvey. I was trying new stuff without looking at rankings or anything so it came out kind of weird

BeerBaron
02-10-2008, 08:30 PM
wow, thats a pretty good bears draft. i would be happy with that on draft day.

got an OT who can start right away at RT (or even G) and develop to be LT someday.

got a QB who can sit behind some combination of what we already have for a year or so.

got a speedy RB to split time/possibly replace the underachieving benson.

and got a big DT to eat up some blockers next to tommie harris.

nice. i think that might be an A+ bears draft, good job

AkiliSmith
02-10-2008, 08:33 PM
Erin Henderson is #40, and yes, I did goof on Cincinnati's first two rounds, usually I do have Harvey. I was trying new stuff without looking at rankings or anything so it came out kind of weird

That's weird. I searched for Henderson and it didn't come up...

Xiomera
02-10-2008, 08:44 PM
Lions won't spend their first two picks on CB's.

Give us either a DE like Harvey in Rd. 1, or a MLB like Wheeler in Rd. 2.

Ray Rice . . . ugh

Bills2083
02-10-2008, 08:53 PM
1.) Leodis McKelvin - Good pick I guess
2.) Fred Davis - Good pick
3.) Geno Hayes - I dont like this pick. I like Tavares Gooden A LOT more. I'd rather go with him.
3.) Adarius Bowman - Great pick

GDWTheSickness
02-10-2008, 08:56 PM
+rep! amazing cowboys mock!

indyfan1985
02-10-2008, 09:09 PM
Great 2nd round pick for the Colts. Give them RB Matt Forte in the 3rd though instead.

defensiveback23
02-10-2008, 09:30 PM
Very good SD pick.

LonghornsLegend
02-10-2008, 09:36 PM
Great Dallas mock. Would be happy with how that turned out, only thing I might change is throw in a LT in place of one of those first rd picks...For instance Ive been thinking if Otah falls to 22 we might take him if he's the bpa, ive seen him go in mocks as high as 14 and we coud groom him behind Flozell for a year to learn...


But I love Reggie Smith at safety and DRC at corner, we need the help back there, Chris Johnson is a great fit, and Bennet is another guy I like...but there is a good chance we take a LT somewhere in that range but otherwise great job +rep

hugegmenfan
02-10-2008, 09:59 PM
give the giants dajuan morgan or patrick lee 2nd round and its excellent

Dr. Gonzo
02-10-2008, 11:06 PM
Brilliant Vikings mock. You addressed all of our needs and while I might hae prefered Early Doucet in the second it doesn't take away from the fact that this is one of the best Vikings mocks I have seen.

brat316
02-10-2008, 11:26 PM
I think the cards could rather go DE/OLB for the 3-4, they need a edge pass rusher. And a corner back who could make more of an impact or can take over sooner rather than later, so Rolle can move to FS.

Good steelers pick 2 linemen getting to work right away on the line. A De or cb could be picked but depth at safety is good. Someone maybe who can return

Eagles was so-so, LB not really a need, but everything else is good, nice pick up at WR and Cb, maybe a safety or De even line. Returner was another way you could have gone

but overall nice pick and three rounds hard stuff

nemesis3394
02-11-2008, 06:11 AM
give the vikes hardy in the second and ill be sound as a pound

Thunder&Lightning
02-11-2008, 06:56 AM
good sd pick.

ABWA757
02-11-2008, 07:22 AM
great bills mock

Jakey
02-11-2008, 07:28 AM
Steelers:

Good 1st 2 picks...bad 3rd round pick! Anthony Smith may not be the answer (although i think he is) but i dont believe it warrents us drafting a FS that early in the draft. I just can't see it! Earl Bennett would be a much, much better pick in the 3rd.

JCutlery
02-11-2008, 11:44 AM
Good Denver picks, though I'd rather have Chris Williams and Ali Highsmith.

T-RICH49
02-11-2008, 12:22 PM
Round 1. Jake Long - good pick
Round 2. Lawerance Jackson - AWFUL PICK!!!Allen is not going anywhere.He'll be franchised worst case scenario.Godfrey, Hardy or Cason would be much better
Round 3. Lavelle Hawkins - solid pick

Patriots16-0
02-11-2008, 01:19 PM
07 07 New England Patriots (from SF (5-11)) – WR DeSean Jackson, California

http://atdpweb.berkeley.edu/brokenlogic/images/nowai.jpg

WR is a 3rd round pick for the Pats.
The other picks are fine.

Menardo75
02-11-2008, 04:03 PM
Not very good 9ers draft. Manningham is alright but two OLB's? Nither of them are 3-4 guys either and not ones worthy of those picks.