View Full Version : TheClaytonater's 2007 NFL Mock Draft

04-22-2007, 01:24 PM
1) Oakland Raiders- JaMarcus Russell - QB The Raiders are in dire need of some offensive help. Because they already have some great talents at wide receiver, they fulfill their largest need by selecting JaMarcus Russell.

2) Tampa Bay Buccaneers(f/Det)- Calvin Johnson, WR The Buccaneers surrender Simeon Rice, the fourth pick of the draft, and a sixth round pick in exchange for the Lion's second pick of the draft. The Buccaneers go ahead and choose the best player from this draft, Calvin Johnson, and the Buccaneers solve their wide receiver depth issue.

3) Cleveland Browns- Adrian Peterson- RB The Browns, in need of a young, powerful, Stephen Jackson-type running, choose Adrian Peterson and make their offense complete with this brute.

4) Detroit Lions- Brady Quinn- QB After obtaining Simeon Rice, the Lions no longer are in need of a defensive end and so re-focus their attention on their future franchise signal caller by drafting Brady Quinn. He is a complete quarterback with much experience at the collegiate level.

04-22-2007, 01:33 PM
I wouldnt mind that trade for the bucs expeccaily if they are getting CJ

04-22-2007, 01:34 PM
okay raider pick

04-22-2007, 09:01 PM
5) Arizona Cardinals- Joe Thomas- OT The Arizona Cardinals offense is full of great potential at all of the skill positions. However, they have lacked skill on the offensive line. By drafting Joe Thomas from Wisconsin, Edgerrin James will have more holes open, and Matt Leinart will have more time to make accurate throws to his star wide receivers. Joe Thomas will make this offense a, "complete" offense.

6) Washington Redskins- Gaines Adams- DE The Washington Redskins, in need of some pressure from the front four, get their guy by drafting Gaines Adams with the sixth pick of the NFL draft.

7) Minnesota Vikings- Jamaal Anderson- DE The Minnesota Vikings have a strong interior defensive line but are in need of some defensive end pass rushers. It all starts in the trenches, and Jamaal Anderson will do wonders for this team.

8) Atlanta Falcons- LaRon Landry- S The Atlanta Falcons need a solid safety and they get their guy by drafting LaRon Landry with the seventh pick of the NFL draft.

I will do more later...

04-22-2007, 09:04 PM
its the most annoying thing ever when people only do like 10 picks or less...why even post it

04-22-2007, 09:07 PM
What great talents do Oakland have at WR? If you say Randy Moss, I'll laugh in your face.

04-22-2007, 09:18 PM
What great talents do Oakland have at WR? If you say Randy Moss, I'll laugh in your face.

Moss, when motivated, has talent. We all saw what he did a mere two-three years ago when Culpepper and he were in Minnesota.

I will continue to do updates. It took me about three hours just to do the first eight picks. I promise I will finish before the NFL draft.

04-22-2007, 09:45 PM
Picture me laughing in your face.

Randy Moss is a dog, and should be put to sleep like one.

04-22-2007, 09:47 PM
Bad Vikings pick Jammal Anderson isnt a good fit for us, both Laron Landry or Amobi Okoye would be much better picks

04-23-2007, 08:21 AM
Are there going to be more picks?

04-23-2007, 05:59 PM
9) Miami Dolphins- Amobi Okoye- DT The Dolphins, in need of some youth on the defense, go ahead and choose the player with the most potential and room to grow in this draft, Amobi Okoye, in an effort to overhaul the old with some youth.

10) Houston Texans- Levi Brown- OT The Texans, with Dominick Williams, Matt Schuab, and Andre Johnson, are set at the skill positions and now just need a quallity offensive line. Levi Brown would instantly make things easier for the offense to execute plays well and would be an obvious selection at this point.

11) San Francisco 49ers- Tedd Ginn Jr- WR The 49ers seem to have a developing offense with Frank Gore as runningback, Vernon Davis as tight end, and Alex Smith as quarterback. With Tedd Ginn, the last part of the puzzle will be filled which could lead to a potent and rather scary offensive team. Not only that, Tedd Ginn's presence would also drastically improve the punt return/kick return team of the San Francisco 49ers.

12) Buffalo Bills- Patrick Willis- LB After losing Takeo Spikes and London Fletcher at linebacker, the Buffalo Bills fill their voids by selecting Patrick Willis, a tenacious, powerful, linebacker. This would solidify the center of their defense for years to come.

04-24-2007, 12:56 AM
Cleveland Browns:
If I was Browns' GM Phil Savage I would put on my poker face, pick up the phone, and call Cardinals' headquarters. I would spend all 15 minutes trying to negotiate a deal to move down to #5. There is a chance the Peterson will be gone at #5, but this would mean that Quinn is still on the board. This would be a moot point, however, if Joe Thomas is the guy that Savage is targeting.

04-26-2007, 05:07 PM
My week has been pretty busy and I've been incapable of updating my mocks. I may, or may not, update this. I've been under the weather recently.

The Dynasty
04-26-2007, 05:25 PM
Anderson doesnt fit our Defense so Landry or Okoye would be better.

04-26-2007, 05:30 PM
actually the texans released williams

but i like the cardinals pick

04-26-2007, 06:41 PM
Where's Green Bay?

04-26-2007, 07:57 PM
Hope you get well soon, I want to see the rest of this.