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02-11-2008, 12:01 PM
1 Miami Dolphins - DL Chris Long, Virginia
2 St. Louis Rams - DT Sedrick Ellis, Southern California
3 Atlanta Falcons - QB Matt Ryan, Boston College
4 Oakland Raiders - RB Darren McFadden, Arkansas
5 Kansas City Chiefs - OT Jake Long, Michigan
6 New York Jets - DT Glenn Dorsey, Louisiana State
7 New England Patriots (f/SF) - DE/LB Vernon Gholston, Ohio State
8 Baltimore Ravens - CB Leodis McKlevin,Troy
9 Cincinnati Bengals - LB Keith Rivers, Southern California
10 New Orleans Saints - CB Mike Jenkins, South Florida
11 Buffalo Bills - WR Malcolm Kelly, Oklahoma
12 Denver Broncos - OT Chris Williams, Vanderbilt
13 Carolina Panthers - DB Kenny Phillips, Miami (FL)
14 Chicago Bears - OT Jeff Otah, Pittsburgh
15 Detroit Lions - DE Derrick Harvey, Florida
16 Arizona Cardinals - RB Jonathan Stewart, Oregon
17 Minnesota Vikings- WR DeSean Jackson, California
18 Houston Texans- OT Ryan Clady, Boise State
19 Philadelphia Eagles - CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Tennessee State
20 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - QB Brian Brohm, Louisville
21 Washington Redskins - DE Phillip Merling, Clemson
22 Dallas Cowboys (f/CLE) - RB Rashard Mendenhall, Illinois
23 Pittsburgh Steelers - WR Devin Thomas, Michigan State
24 Tennessee Titans - WR Mario Manningham, Michigan
25 Seattle Seahawks - RB Felix Jones, Arkansas
26 Jacksonville Jaguars- DE Calais Campbell, Miami (FL)
27 San Diego Chargers - DL Kentwan Balmer, North Carolina
28 Dallas Cowboys - CB Aqib Talib, Kansas
29 San Francisco 49ers (f/IND) - WR Limas Sweed, Texas
30 Green Bay Packers - LB Dan Connor, Penn State
00 New England Patriots - N/A
31 New York Giants - DB Reggie Smith, Oklahoma

32 Miami Dolphins - OT Sam Baker, Southern Cailfornia
33 St. Louis Rams - LB Ali Highsmith, Louisiana State
34 Oakland Raiders - DT Pat Sims, Auburn
35 Kansas City Chiefs - CB Tracy Porter, Indiana
36 New York Jets - OT Gosder Cherilus, Boston College
37 Atlanta Falcons - LB Phillip Wheeler, Georgia Tech
38 Baltimore Ravens - OL Branden Albert, Virginia
39 San Francisco 49ers - DE/LB Quentin Groves, Auburn
40 New Orleans Saints - LB Curtis Lofton, Oklahoma
41 Buffalo Bills - CB Patrick Lee, Auburn
42 Denver Broncos - LB Erin Henderson, Maryland
43 Carolina Panthers - OT Anthony Collins, Kansas
44 Chicago Bears - QB Chad Henne, Michigan
45 Detroit Lions - LB Jerod Mayo, Tennessee
46 Cincinnati Bengals - DE Lawrence Jackson, Southern California
47 Minnesota Vikings - TE Fred Davis, Southern California
48 Atlanta Falcons (f/HOU) - OT Carl Nicks, Nebraska
49 Philadelphia Eagles - WR James Hardy, Indiana
50 Arizona Cardinals - CB Antoine Cason, Arizona
51 Washington Redskins - CB Brandon Flowers, Virginia Tech
52 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - WR Early Doucet, Louisiana State
53 Pittsburgh Steelers - OG Chilo Rachal, Southern California
54 Tennessee Titans - DT Dre Moore, Maryland
55 Seattle Seahawks - TE Martellus Bennett, Texas A&M
56 Cleveland Browns - DE/LB Shawn Crable, Michigan
57 Miami Dolphins (f/SD) - WR Andre Caldwell, Florida
58 Jacksonville Jaguars - WR Lavelle Hawkins, California
59 Indianapolis Colts - TE John Carlson, Notre Dame
60 Green Bay Packers - CB Charles Godfrey, Iowa
61 Dallas Cowboys - WR Donnie Avery, Houston
62 New England Patriots - CB Justin King, Penn State
63 New York Giants - LB Tavares Gooden, Miami (FL)

64 Miami Dolphins – OG Roy Schuening, Oregon State
65 St. Louis Rams – WR Harry Douglas, Louisville
66 Kansas City Chiefs – DT Trevor Laws, Notre Dame
67 New York Jets – WR Earl Bennett, Vanderbilt
68 New England Patriots (f/OAK) – OL Heath Benedict, Newberry
69 Atlanta Falcons – RB Kevin Smith, Central Florida
70 San Francisco 49ers – DT Red Bryant, Texas A&M
71 Buffalo Bills (f/BAL) – LB Geno Hayes, Florida State
72 Buffalo Bills – DT Letroy Guion, Florida State
73 Minnesota Vikings (f/DEN) – DE Chris Ellis, Virginia Tech
74 Carolina Panthers – DT Marcus Harrison, Arkansas
75 Chicago Bears – WR Adarius Bowman, Oklahoma State
76 Detroit Lions – QB Joe Flacco, Delaware
77 Cincinnati Bengals – DB Thomas DeCloud, California
78 New Orleans Saints – DT Andre Fluellen, Florida State
79 Houston Texans – RB Jamaal Charles, Texas
80 Philadelphia Eagles – LB Xavier Adibi, Virginia Tech
81 Arizona Cardinals – DE/LB Darrell Robertson, Georgia Tech
82 Minnesota Vikings – OT Barry Richardson, Clemson
83 Tampa Bay Buccaneers – CB Trae Williams, South Florida
84 Washington Redskins – WR Eddie Royal, Virginia Tech
85 Tennessee Titans – OL Oniel Cousins, U.T.E.P.
86 Seattle Seahawks – QB Andre Woodson, Kentucky
87 Cleveland Browns – DT Ahtyba Rubin, Iowa State
88 Pittsburgh Steelers – RB Matt Forte, Tulane
89 Jacksonville Jaguars – CB Terrence Wheatley, Colorado
90 Chicago Bears (f/SD) – RB Chris Johnson, East Carolina
91 Green Bay Packers – TE Jermichael Finley, Texas
92 Dallas Cowboys – DT Frank Okam, Texas
93 Indianapolis Colts – RB Ray Rice, Rutgers
94 New England Patriots – DL Jason Jones, Eastern Michigan
95 New York Giants – CB Terrell Thomas, Southern California

96 Miami Dolphins – LB Jonathan Goff, Vanderbilt
97 St. Louis Rams – OT Tony Hills, Texas
98 Atlanta Falcons – DT DeMario Pressley, North Carolina State
99 Oakland Raiders – WR Keenan Burton, Kentucky
100 Kansas City Chiefs – FB Peyton Hillis, Arkansas
101 New York Jets – DE/LB Cliff Avril, Purdue
102 San Francisco 49ers – OG Drew Radovich, Southern California
103 Baltimore Ravens – QB Josh Johnson, San Diego
104 Cincinnati Bengals – WR Dorien Bryant, Purdue
105 New Orleans Saints – TE/OL Brad Cottam, Tennessee
106 Buffalo Bills – TE Martin Rucker, Missouri
107 Denver Broncos – DB DaJuan Morgan, North Carolina State
108 Carolina Panthers – QB John David Booty, Southern California
109 Chicago Bears – DB Craig Steltz, Louisiana State
110 Detroit Lions – CB Chevis Jackson, Louisiana State
111 Arizona Cardinals – WR Adrian Arrington, Michigan
112 Minnesota Vikings – DB Tom Zbikowski, Notre Dame
113 Houston Texans – CB DeJuan Tribble, Boston College
114 Philadelphia Eagles – DE Jeremy Thompson, Wake Forest
115 Tampa Bay Buccaneers – RB Tashard Choice, Georgia Tech
116 Denver Broncos (f/WAS) – FB Owen Schmitt, West Virginia
117 Cleveland Browns – WR William Franklin, Missouri
118 Pittsburgh Steelers – DL Kendall Langford, Hampton
119 Tennessee Titans – LB Beau Bell, UNLV
120 Seattle Seahawks – OG Eric Young, Tennessee
121 Jacksonville Jaguars – OT Kirk Barton, Ohio State
122 San Diego Chargers – DB Tyrell Johnson, Arkansas State
123 Dallas Cowboys – QB Colt Brennan, Hawaii
124 Indianapolis Colts – OG Chad Rinehart, Northern Iowa
125 Green Bay Packers – RB Justin Forsett, California
126 New England Patriots – LB Spencer Larson, Arizona
127 New York Giants – WR Jordy Nelson, Kansas State

Matthew Jones
02-11-2008, 12:12 PM
Probably not exactly the players I'd draft for New England, but you still did a good job. One I'd change is Justin King because he plays man rather than zone well and we're more of a zone team. Also, Gholston is probably BPA but I also think that New England needs ILB more (Thomas and Vrabel are MUCH better outside) and I'd rather have them draft an ILB round two or so and address something else first, personally. I'm praying Talib runs something like a 4.4 so I have someone to suggest.

02-11-2008, 12:17 PM
would rather you give KC Okam or Bennett over Laws in RD 3.the other picks I like

02-11-2008, 12:43 PM
Give the Bears Clady in round 1, Carl Nicks in round 2, yes I know that OL twice in a row, 3a Joe Flacco, 3b Dajuan Morgan, in the 4th Tashard Choice. I would love you if that happened.

02-11-2008, 12:49 PM
I love this giants mock
DB Reggie Smith- Playmaker #2 in the defensive backfield
LB Tavaris Gooden- Linebacker depth
CB Terrell Thomas- Solid Cover corner good in run support
WR Jordy Nelson- Burner

only thing missing is a dominant DT

02-11-2008, 12:49 PM
The only pick I have any beef with is the Flacco in round 3 consideing we just drafted drew stanton in round 2 last year. I would rather have an OLman here like OL Oniel Cousins maybe?

02-11-2008, 01:06 PM
76 Detroit Lions – QB Joe Flacco, Delaware

It's a great Lions mock except for this pick. I just don't see why we'd do this. We have Stanton. I can justify a QB selection if its a guy who is ready to play (like Henne or Brohm), but Flacco needs time. And we've been waiting for 50 years . . .

02-11-2008, 01:10 PM
very nice job w/ GB

02-11-2008, 01:17 PM
Very nice Pats mock.

Dr. Gonzo
02-11-2008, 01:21 PM
I can't complain about the Vikings mock. It addressed all of our needs, maybe not in the order I would but it does. I would be happy if that is who we ended up with come the draft.

02-11-2008, 02:31 PM
For the Redskins:
R1 - Merling: love the pick
R2 - Flowers: Ok with this. Would prefer Godfrey but Flowers is fine.
R3 - WR Eddie Royal - nope. The Skins already have a smallish recieving core and since Zorn is probably going to a WCO so he is a poor fit. If your going to give the Skins a WR then give us the ultimate player in the draft: Jordyzzz. Personally I think our Oline needs depth real bad so I would prefer OG Drew Radovich, but that's just me.

Good effort on the 4 rounder.

02-11-2008, 02:38 PM
great first two picks for the Raiders, don't know the guy in the 4th but I think I would prefer Craig Steltz, Timmy Z, or OT Duane Brown in the 4th.

02-11-2008, 02:46 PM
Indy would pick Roy Shuening over a TE in the 2nd. I like the 3rd round pick in Rice. In the 4th we would probably then go DL.

02-11-2008, 04:01 PM
Don't like our first rounder dont think Sweed fits Martz's scheme. Groves would be awesome I think after the combine though his stock will sky rocket. Don't know much about Bryant d-line is a need though. And can almost never go wrong with drafting a o-lineman. Pretty good though give us an O-tackle in the first and it would be good

02-11-2008, 08:44 PM
Give us King or Carlson instead of Caldwell in the 2nd, and Flacco or Rubin instead of Schuening in the 3rd. That way we could grab a G like Eric Young in the 4th. From a value point, that would be a much better draft for us and would fill some more immediate needs.

02-11-2008, 09:42 PM
The Chargers don't need a DE because because behind Castillo/Olshansky are two capable backups who were given contract extensions. Reggie Smith fits the Chargers needs perfectly, as does Cherilus.

02-11-2008, 09:44 PM
acceptable bears draft. hits all theirs needs at least.

id prefer flacco or woodson than henne

and while safety is a need, im not sure steltze quite fits the cover 2...idk bout that

but good overall

02-11-2008, 10:51 PM
Good Vikings draft except I would rather have Clady, Reggie Smith, or Limas Sweed over DeSean Jackson, but it's not that bad of a pick.

02-11-2008, 10:54 PM
great Packers mock, nice job.

02-11-2008, 10:56 PM
AMAZING Giants draft

02-11-2008, 11:13 PM
Really good Bears draft. Nice work homie

02-11-2008, 11:13 PM
It's a great Lions mock except for this pick. I just don't see why we'd do this. We have Stanton. I can justify a QB selection if its a guy who is ready to play (like Henne or Brohm), but Flacco needs time. And we've been waiting for 50 years . . .

Ya, I messed up. I totally spaced Stanton.

02-12-2008, 12:47 AM
That's not a very impressive Rams draft, sorry to say. I'm really not blown away at the Ellis pick since the Rams just spent a Top 15 pick last year on a DT and are pretty high on NT Clifton Ryan. A linebacker in round two is a pretty poor choice, especially with the guys available at OT and DE there. Douglas in the third and Hills in the fourth are both solid, but in the end, I'm left pretty underwhelmed.

02-12-2008, 01:46 AM
Better than most mocks for the Colts, but I'd prefer to see DE and/or DT addressed before round 5.

02-12-2008, 06:47 AM
dontl like the chargers pick... smith and cherilus are better picks for SD.

02-12-2008, 07:43 AM
It's a great Lions mock except for this pick. I just don't see why we'd do this. We have Stanton. I can justify a QB selection if its a guy who is ready to play (like Henne or Brohm), but Flacco needs time. And we've been waiting for 50 years . . .

exactly. But if those first two picks happen, I'll be very very happy.

02-12-2008, 07:59 AM
i love eddie royal as a prospect but no way the skins draft another short speed wide receiver before picking up a possession wr/redzone threat. they already have santana moss and antwaan randle el.

other than that id rather have godfrey over flowers. the merling pick is ok.

02-12-2008, 09:36 AM
Give the Falcons Jake Long instead of 'overrated' with our first selection and I'd be happy.

bored of education
02-12-2008, 10:02 AM
A+++ for KC's picks. laws would be a beast next to Boone/Tyler. Porter is great, Long is great. Hillis is great for blocking and out of the backfield

02-12-2008, 10:49 AM
I wouldn't be mad if that happened for the Falcons, but I would still rather have Forte instead of Kevin Smith. If he falls to us especially in the second round, I don't see us passing up on him. I think our offensive quality or running backs coach (I forgot which) used to coach him at Tulane, and connections are very important in the NFL. IMO, Forte will be the running back we choose.

02-12-2008, 10:57 AM
OK Eagles mock. DRC might be a bit of a reach at 19, but with the way his stock has risen i wouldn't be surprised that his stock would reach that high. The other picks filled needs and had pretty good value.
Eagles Draft: B-
Overall: C+

02-14-2008, 09:16 PM
I LOVE the henne pick for the bears in the second round!

02-14-2008, 09:32 PM
Brian Brohm - An adequate choice due to the ever aging Jeff Garcia however ultimately a well-rounded defensive end like Phillip Merling or Calais Campbell would probably be the better option.

Early Doucet - Tampa definitely needs a receiver somewhere in the draft/free agency and Doucet in the 2nd looks to be a pretty good option.

Trae Williams - CB is a big need and Trae in the 3rd is a decent fit. Possibly not the best value, but at least he has the potential to play in Kiffin's system. Demario Pressley is another option there which would be very nice.

Tashard Choice - Good value in the late 4th and a nice compliment to the Buccaneers running back corp. I wouldn't want to see a pick higher than a 4th used on a RB.

Scotty D
02-14-2008, 09:37 PM
It's a great Lions mock except for this pick. I just don't see why we'd do this. We have Stanton. I can justify a QB selection if its a guy who is ready to play (like Henne or Brohm), but Flacco needs time. And we've been waiting for 50 years . . .

I would take this draft everyday of the week.

02-14-2008, 11:55 PM
I like your Chiefs mock, except I'm not entirely sold on the third and fourth round picks. We just picked up two DTs in the 2nd and 3rd round of last years draft so I think we'll give them more time to develop, and as far as the FB pick, I guess I am kind of hoping Boomer works out at FB.

02-15-2008, 10:25 PM
really good vikings draft except Brad Childress doesn't believe in taking WR in the first round. Good work

02-15-2008, 10:36 PM
Poorly done for the Jets. There's no reason at all for them to pass on Gholston for Dorsey. But, I like the Cherilus pick in the second. In the third, Rubin probably would have been better, and then maybe someone like Adrian Arrington in the fourth.

02-15-2008, 11:18 PM
Wow awesome Jets Mock. You nailed all of the team needs, and got players with the correct value for those picks. well done

Yung Flippa
02-15-2008, 11:28 PM
Good 1st Ravens pick. Give the Ravens Quentin Groves or Antonie Cason in Round 2. Give them Martin Rucker in Round 4. Good Houston Draft.

02-15-2008, 11:29 PM
Wheres the TE for the titans? no way we could pass on all those TE's especially for an OL or LB.

02-16-2008, 12:57 AM
Give the 9ers Albert or Manningham in the first then we have a draft class

02-16-2008, 09:34 AM
Average Eagles mock

02-16-2008, 10:41 AM
Good Falcons draft.

02-16-2008, 11:50 AM
Good Raven draft, But I would rather us take Chad Henne or Quentin Groves in the 2nd. Mostly Groves seeing as how you have us taking Johnson in the 4th. Good overall draft.