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  • S2C's 2008 NFL Mock Draft Version 2.0

    1. WAS: Calais Campbell DE Miami
    2. TEN: Darren McFadden RB Arkansas
    3. KC: Andre' Woodson QB Kentucky
    4. MIA: Jake Long T Michigan
    5. GB: Justin King CB Penn State
    6. PIT: Mario Manningham WR Michigan
    7. ARZ: Kenny Phillips S Miami
    8. NYG: Dan Connor OLB Penn State
    9. ATL: John David Booty QB USC
    10. OAK: Glenn Dorsey DT LSU
    11. DET: Rey Maualuga ILB USC
    12. NO: Frank Okam DT Texas
    13. DAL (f/CLE): DeSean Jackson WR Cal
    14. STL: Limas Sweed WR Texas
    15. DEN: Steve Slaton RB WVU
    16. HOU: Early Doucet WR LSU
    17. NYJ: Adarius Bowman WR Oklahoma State
    18. PHI: Jasper Brinkley ILB South Carolina
    19. JAX: Brian Brohm QB Louisville
    20. TB: Keenan Burton WR Kentucky
    21. BUF: Antoine Cason CB Arizona
    22. SEA: Sam Baker T USC
    23. CAR: Quentin Demps S UTEP
    24. BAL: Barry Richardson T Clemson
    25. MIN: Jordan Grimes G Purdue
    26. SF (f/IND): Derrick Harvey DE/OLB Florida
    27. CHI: Marcus Monk WR Arkansas
    28. NE (f/SF): Tyson Jackson DE LSU
    29. CIN: Fred Davis TE USC
    30. NE: Terrell Thomas CB USC
    31. DAL: Dwight Lowery CB San Jose State
    32. SD: Jonathan Goff ILB Vanderbilt

    ROUND 2

    33. WAS: Kirk Barton T Ohio State
    34. TEN: DeMario Pressley DT North Carolina State
    35. KC: Aqib Talib CB Kansas
    36. MIA: Quentin Groves DE/OLB Auburn
    37. GB: Lawrence Jackson DE USC
    38. PIT: Vince Hall ILB Virginia Tech
    39. ARZ: Felix Jones RB Arkansas
    40. NYG: Ben Jarvus Green-Ellis RB Ole Miss
    41. ATL: Gosder Cherilus T Boston College
    42. OAK: Jonathan Luigs C Arkansas
    43. DET: Martin Rucker TE Missouri
    44. NO: Keith Rivers OLB USC
    45. CLE: Allen Patrick RB Oklahoma
    46. STL: Bo Ruud LB Nebraska
    47. DEN: Jonathan Hefney S Tennessee
    48. HOU: Sahnnon Tevaga G UCLA
    49. NYJ: Chris Long DE Virginia
    50. PHI: Zack Bowman CB Nebraska
    51. JAX: D.J. Hall WR Alabama
    52. TB: Dre Moore DT Maryland
    53. BUF: Jacob Tamme TE Kentucky
    54. SEA: Mike Hart RB Michigan
    55. CAR: Red Bryant DT Texas A&M
    56. BAL: Matt Ryan QB Boston College
    57. MIN: Xavier Adibi LB Virginia Tech
    58. IND: DeJuan Tribble CB Boston College
    59. CHI: Doug Legursky C Marshall
    60. SF: Darien Williams S Oklahoma
    61. CIN: Marcus Harrison DT Arkansas
    62. NE: Kirk Elder G Texas A&M
    63. DAL: Erik Ainge QB Tennessee
    64. SD: B.J. Raji DT Boston College
    Last edited by simms2clayton; 06-28-2007, 01:29 PM.

  • #2
    Errr...If Pittsburgh is picking 6th, how could they afford a luxury pick?


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    • #3
      Originally posted by JBond93 View Post
      Errr...If Pittsburgh is picking 6th, how could they afford a luxury pick?
      Thats a very good question and I will do my best to answer it. (Kind like Godell to Troy Smith)

      Right now, it is very tough to predict some teams' future needs, especially with a season before us.

      The Steelers obviously aren't going to go in a few directions (imo) for the first round next year: QB, RB, TE, OL, OLB, and S.

      I am not too sure what Tomlin wants to do defensively. What scheme is he going to run in 2008? What players are going to fit his system?

      I would have gladly given Pittsburgh a CB (since that seems like the easiest direction to me right now), but I don't see a CB worthy of a top 10 selection other than Justin King at the moment.

      Okay, maybe "luxury pick" was a bad prase to use. But WR might be a need in the Steelers' future, and maybe Manningham is great value at 6 in 2008...which means a very good pick.

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      • #4
        The Bengals will not address TE early.

        It'll be DE/OLB maybe DT.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by PalmerToCJ View Post
          The Bengals will not address TE early.

          It'll be DE/OLB maybe DT.
          Why not?

          Why can't they address OLB and DT in rounds 2 and 3?

          I think it is time for the Bengals to refocus on the offense much like Indy did in last year's draft.

          Davis is a big time player and he is going to really open up the middle of the field for Palmer.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by simms2clayton View Post
            Why not?

            Why can't they address OLB and DT in rounds 2 and 3?

            I think it is time for the Bengals to refocus on the offense much like Indy did in last year's draft.

            Davis is a big time player and he is going to really open up the middle of the field for Palmer.
            TE's aren't used as catching weapons in our offense, that's why Reggie Kelly is such a great TE for us because he is one of the best blockers in the league. Plus, Marvin has over the past few years laughed at the idea of taking a TE early saying it'd just be another mouth to feed offensive production when we have plenty already.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by PalmerToCJ View Post
              TE's aren't used as catching weapons in our offense, that's why Reggie Kelly is such a great TE for us because he is one of the best blockers in the league. Plus, Marvin has over the past few years laughed at the idea of taking a TE early saying it'd just be another mouth to feed offensive production when we have plenty already.

              So do the Bengals just plan on using all 7 picks next year on defense? Is that how it is going to be?

              Too many mouths to feed? Um ya, then why did you draft a 3rd string RB (Kenny Irons) in round 2, Marvin Lewis?

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              • #8
                I don't think Green-Ellis is worthy of an early 2nd round choice for the giants

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by BaLLiN72 View Post
                  I don't think Green-Ellis is worthy of an early 2nd round choice for the giants
                  BJGE is an underrated player and I feel like his stock is going to go up as the season goes along. I really don't know why he is looked over so much as he has dominated in the SEC.

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                  • #10
                    If the Saints are picking 12th they better trade up 2 spots for Dorsey.

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                    • #11
                      I like the eagles picks.

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                      • #12
                        dude keith rivers is one of the if not THE best linebacker in the country and to say hes not going to be a first rounder is retarted. Him and Rey will most likely be first rounders and Cushing will be very close. Sedrick Ellis not in the first 2 roundS? yeah right!

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                        • #13
                          Andre Woodson 1st QB taken?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by simms2clayton View Post
                            Thats a very good question and I will do my best to answer it. (Kind like Godell to Troy Smith)

                            Right now, it is very tough to predict some teams' future needs, especially with a season before us.

                            The Steelers obviously aren't going to go in a few directions (imo) for the first round next year: QB, RB, TE, OL, OLB, and S.

                            I am not too sure what Tomlin wants to do defensively. What scheme is he going to run in 2008? What players are going to fit his system?

                            I would have gladly given Pittsburgh a CB (since that seems like the easiest direction to me right now), but I don't see a CB worthy of a top 10 selection other than Justin King at the moment.

                            Okay, maybe "luxury pick" was a bad prase to use. But WR might be a need in the Steelers' future, and maybe Manningham is great value at 6 in 2008...which means a very good pick.
                            I disagree some, O-line COULD be a concern. If we end up at #6, likely our O-line completely blew it and we got nothing done offensively. We'll likely still be in a combo of 3-4/4-3 for 08. You apparently aren't high on Sam Baker, but is top 10 worthy and would be a decent pick.

                            And if we are actually picking before the Browns first rounder, I will shoot myself.


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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by simms2clayton View Post
                              28. NE (f/SF): Tyson Jackson DE LSU
                              30. NE: Terrell Thomas CB USC
                              62. NE: Kirk Elder G Texas A&M
                              Terrell Thomas is a great pick, CB is one of our our biggest needs along with ILB. The Jackson and Elder picks would just add to our 2 strongest positions, however. Jackson looks like a guy who probably could play in the 3-4, but it would probably be as a DE. Jackson is athletic for a 300 pound DE, but I can't see him playing LB. If we take a DE it would probably be a guy who projects to be a DE/OLB tweener like Gholston or Harvey. The pick does make sense though, we have taken a lot of big Tiger DE's over the last few seasons. Our interior OL us set as well, I don't see a guard as a need this early in the draft. An athletic ILB who can stuff the run would be the pick here, someone like Jasper Brinkley.

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