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    1. Minnesota Vikings- Andre Woodson: QB, simpled trend of the QB with the most upside going ahead of the ready QB, in this case Brohm.

    2. Miami Dolphins- Jake Long:OT, The anemic phins Offense will struggle so long as they are weak on the line, and a frachise tackle is a step in the right direction.

    3. Atlanta Falcons- Brian Brohm: QB, was there ever a more perfect situation than this other than the high pick, it's suddenly looking like louisville in atlanta.

    4. Dallas Cowboys(f/Cle)- Darren McFadden: RB, the overall top prospect in the draft slips due to need, but da Boys get the best RB prospect in at least 5 years.

    5. Oakland Raiders- Sam Baker: OT, the next step in rebuilding a franchise is the blind side tackle and this is just that step.

    6. Houston Texans- Kenny Phillips: DB, the Texans again miss out on the tackle they need, but they get a very good addition to their secondary.

    7. Detroit Lions- Calais Campbell: DE, so they missed out on Gaines Adams, they get a better prospect than "Super" Mario Williams and 6 picks later at that.

    8. Buffalo Bills-Glenn Dorsey: DT, Dan Connors is the obvious choice for the PSU connection in Buffalo, but Dorsey is the top player available and you can neverhave too many big boys up the gut.

    9. Washington Redskins- Dan Connors: LB, outside of Rocky McIntosh, the Skins ain't got a whole lot at linebacker, Connor and LL will bolster one of the strongest Defenses in the league a few years down the line.

    10. New York Giants- Michael Oher: OT, after ditching Luke Petigout this past offseason, the Giants will realize their mistake after Eli eats a sunday brunch of turf week in and week out.

    11. New England Patriots(f/SF)- James Laurinaitis: ILB, not sold on the Niners this year and the Pats won't mind, they get an "Animal" up the gut for the 3-4.

    12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Frank Okam: DT, the Bucs are suddenly on the defensive surge, and this once aging group is shaping up quite nicely again.

    13. Tennes..Vince Young- Desean Jackson: WR, VY is incredible but his weapons compare to that of 1 legged man in an ass-kicking contest, not very good. DJ will easily become the Titans #1.

    14. Arizona Cardinals- Quentin Groves: DE/OLB, the best hybrid in this draft goes to the Cards who will at some point switch to the 3-4 base D.

    15. Carolina Panthers- Martellus Bennett: TE, the Panthers have never had a playmaking tight end, and they finally get one after years getting zilch from that positon.

    16. Green Bay Packers- Terrell Thomas: CB, the Packers defense continues its climb towards the upper echelon with the edition of TT. Immediately steps in as the heir to Al Harris or Charles Woodson.

    17. New York Jets- Chris Long: DE/DT, the Jets drop off a bit in my opinion this year, but Long will put them right on track. Perfect measures as a 3-4 DE.

    18. Kansas City- Antoine Cason: CB, Patrick Surtain and Ty Law are in a word...OLD. Cason is a terrific corner that can step in when one of these guys finally moves on.

    19. Cincinnati Bengals- Gosder Cherilus: OT, how much longer can Willie Anderson play at an elite level, who knows but Cherilus immediately adds some depth to that Bengals line and gives them a future tackle at either end.

    20. Dallas Cowboys- Early Doucet: WR, TO and Glenn are beginning to age and a possible star at wideout is needed sooner or later. Between Doucet and McFadden, God will have quite the show to look down on in Big D.

    21. Jacksonville Jaguars- Derrick Harvey: DE, the Jags have the best DT combo in the NFL (sorry Williams' in Minne) however they lack a superior pass rusher, Harvey fills that need.

    22. Pittsburgh Steelers- Limas Sweed: WR, the Steelers already have a solid WR core in Ward, Holmes, and Heath, but Ward is aging and Sweed has the height they have been missing since Plaxico skipped town.

    23. Seattle Seahawks- Steve Slaton: RB, Shaun Alexander is at the bad age for a running back and someone outside of Maurice Morris is needed to eventually fill his shoes.

    24. Denver Broncos- Jasper Brinkley: ILB, will allow DJ williams to move back outside where he can roam free, plus his added size will help a lot in run support.

    25. St. Louis Rams- Sedrick Ellis: DT, do the Rams really dare take another tackle, yes but in doing so they allow Adam Carriker back outside where he can become a force in the pass rush.

    26. Baltimore Ravens- Erik Ainge: QB, possbily a top 10 pick pending his this year's campaign, is not a product of the system like Brennan, he is just the franchise QB the Ravens have always been looking for.

    27. Philadelphia Eagles- Adarius Bowman: WR, year after year the experts pick the Eagles to grab more wideout help for McNabb, and year after year they are proven wrong. I figure they got to be right one of these years.

    28. San Francisco 49ers(f/IND)- Aqib Talib: CB, as good as Walt Harris has been, he most likely will not continue to play at that level for very long, Talib is their man. He and Nate Clements will be a tremendous duo.

    29. New England Patriots- John Carlson: TE, the Patriots seem to always have a flurry of 1st round picks and this second pick allows them to select a tight end in the first round again.

    30. New Orleans Saints- Keith Rivers: LB, they were about to take AJ Hawk last year before they got the nice gift of Reggie Bush, but this year is different and Rivers immediately starts in that overachieving LB core.

    31. Chicago Bears- Jonathon Goff: LB, Lance Briggs is g-o-n-e at the end of the year and they are gonna need someone to step into his roll, and Goff is it.

    32. San Diego Chargers- Jonathon Stewart: RB, this team has really no area of need, but with Michael Turner set to cash in big time on the market, the Chargers are gonna be in need of LT's new towel boy.

  • #2
    I would prefer Justin King over Terrell Thomas. The Chargers could draft Vince Hall.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by mittelstaedt2007 View Post


      4. Dallas Cowboys(f/Cle)- Darren McFadden: RB, the overall top prospect in the draft slips due to need, but da Boys get the best RB prospect in at least 5 years.

      Reggie Bush says hi.

      9. Washington Redskins- Dan Connors: LB, outside of Rocky McIntosh, the Skins ain't got a whole lot at linebacker, Connor and LL will bolster one of the strongest Defenses in the league a few years down the line.

      Dan Connor, not Connors.

      10. New York Giants- Michael Oher: OT, after ditching Luke Petigout this past offseason, the Giants will realize their mistake after Eli eats a sunday brunch of turf week in and week out.

      Not top 10.

      11. New England Patriots(f/SF)- James Laurinaitis: ILB, not sold on the Niners this year and the Pats won't mind, they get an "Animal" up the gut for the 3-4.

      Not a 3-4 backer.

      16. Green Bay Packers- Terrell Thomas: CB, the Packers defense continues its climb towards the upper echelon with the edition of TT. Immediately steps in as the heir to Al Harris or Charles Woodson.

      No way TT goes this high unless King, Flowers, Ikegwuonu, Jenkins don't declare. Antoine Cason is better than TT.


      23. Seattle Seahawks- Steve Slaton: RB, Shaun Alexander is at the bad age for a running back and someone outside of Maurice Morris is needed to eventually fill his shoes.

      IMO Slaton is not a first rounder.

      26. Baltimore Ravens- Erik Ainge: QB, possbily a top 10 pick pending his this year's campaign, is not a product of the system like Brennan, he is just the franchise QB the Ravens have always been looking for.

      Not a first rounder

      27. Philadelphia Eagles- Adarius Bowman: WR, year after year the experts pick the Eagles to grab more wideout help for McNabb, and year after year they are proven wrong. I figure they got to be right one of these years.

      We need LB help, not WR as much. .

      32. San Diego Chargers- Jonathon Stewart: RB, this team has really no area of need, but with Michael Turner set to cash in big time on the market, the Chargers are gonna be in need of LT's new towel boy. JonathAn Stewart will not be drafted by the Chargers. No one takes a backup RB in the first round.
      See comments. And Phonics.

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      • #4
        Why would Baltimore draft another QB in the first round when we just drafted Troy Smith last year?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by trkaline View Post
          Why would Baltimore draft another QB in the first round when we just drafted Troy Smith last year?
          Smith is a 5th round QB. He is hardly going to prevent the Ravens taking a QB in the 1st round next year. Maybe the Bucs should avoid all first round QB's, we do have Gradkowski.

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          • #6
            Personally, I'd rather Desean Jackson over Frank Okam.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by 24cadillac24 View Post
              Smith is a 5th round QB. He is hardly going to prevent the Ravens taking a QB in the 1st round next year. Maybe the Bucs should avoid all first round QB's, we do have Gradkowski.
              Yea it is 5 in the morning I forgot Smith was a 5th rounder...

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              • #8
                Cason instead of Thomas please


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                • #9
                  James Laurinaitis will not get picked by a 3-4 team. Ideally he plays OLB in a 4-3 not ILB in a 3-4

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                  • #10
                    Cason over THomas
                    No colt??? If i remeber correctly Kolb and Beck are system QB's but were drafted in the 2nd, Colt is better than both so i believe he can drafted higher than both, IMO



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                    • #11
                      If Campbell is a better prospect that Mario Williams he isn't going to go at 7.

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                      • #12
                        don't like us picking that early, but it's a good pick anyway.

                        Dolphins Dream Draft: 1. Jaylon Smith 2. Artie Burns 3. Landon Turner

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Scotty D View Post
                          If Campbell is a better prospect that Mario Williams he isn't going to go at 7.
                          Agreed. He is a better prospect and absolutely dwarfs Mario's athleticism. He will be a top 5 pick. Maybe even top 3.

                          Dolphins Dream Draft: 1. Jaylon Smith 2. Artie Burns 3. Landon Turner

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                          • #14
                            Love the Bills pick

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                            • #15
                              Woodson 1st overall...No.

                              To the Steelers pick they wont take a WR, they have great potential on the roster already aside from Ward and Holmes. Also they dont really need a big WR for the redzone, our TE are 6'5, 6'7 and 6'9 and we are going to be running alot of two TE sets with Miller and Spaeth. More than likley the Steelers will go o-line, corner, linebacker.

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