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    The trades can be viewed as quite aggressive, but it made it interesting for me to do this, and it gives a different look.

    You may not agree with some or any of these picks, but keep
    it pleasant.

    1. Miami Dolphins: Glenn Dorsey. I tried to come up with a
    trade that would benefit them, but I just don't see any
    suitors for the number one spot. With that said, McFadden is
    the most electric player on the board but if Miami really
    wanted a two headed RB system, Brown and Chatman would fit
    the bill. Dorsey it is.

    2. St. Louis Rams: Jake Long. Chris Long could also go here
    and it wouldn't make much difference to the organization.
    However, I think Jake would make more of an impact, helping
    out that offensive line.

    3. New England Patriots: Darren McFadden. If the only reason
    for picking McFadden is to spite the rest of the NFL, then
    that would be enough. But on top of that, their offense
    would hit the field with Brady, Moss, Welker, Stallworth,
    Watson, and then McFadden and/or Maroney. Unfair I know.

    4. New York Jets: Chris Long. He's their guy, unless
    McFadden falls.

    5. Atlanta Falcons: *Trade* 1st in 2008 to Chicago Bears.
    Receive Chicago's 1st and 2nd in 2008.

    The Falcons have more wrong with their football team than
    just the QB, where as Chicago, I feel, is a QB away from
    getting back to where they should be. So, Atlanta trades
    down, gains an extra pick, and Chicago gets...

    Chicago Bears: Matt Ryan, arguably the best QB in the draft,
    the Bears will target him early, and won't be able to settle
    with Woodson or Brohm.

    6. Oakland Raiders: *Trade* 1st in 2008 to Cincinnati
    Bengals. Receive Cincy's 1st, 3rd, and 6th in 2008.

    With Dorsey, Long, Long, McFadden, all off the board the
    Raiders narrow their choice down to Sedrick Ellis or Calais
    Campbell. I believe the Bengals want the presence inside
    their Defensive Line more than the Raiders, so Oakland
    allows this trade and lets Cincy narrow it down for them.

    Cincinatti Bengals: Sedrick Elllis. He's that type of high
    motor high intensity defensive lineman that can have an
    immediate impact. Marvin Lewis needs to get this guy.

    7. Kansas City Chiefs: Phillip Loadholt. The Chiefs have
    been searching for an offensive line ever since Shields and
    Roaf left. They get a mammoth of a man to replace one of
    those spots.

    8. Baltimore Ravens: Andre Woodson. Matt Ryan is the other
    QB I think Baltimore is looking at, because I think Brian
    Brohm has the best chance to succeed in Atlanta, and other
    teams are looking for different things. Woodson is the guy
    who can get this aging franchise going in the right
    direction.

    9. Philadelphia Eagles: Malcom Jenkins. It's just the way it
    went down. The Eagles catch a break and get the best
    secondary player in the draft.

    10. Oakland Raiders (from Cincinatti): Calais Campbell. As
    stated above, it was between two players, both D-Line, so
    the Raiders got an extra pick and an impact player.

    11. Atlanta Falcons (from Chicago): Brian Brohm. When all is
    said and done, they get Brohm, and in the process load up on
    picks.

    12. Carolina Panthers: Ryan Clady. Both of their offensive
    tackles are free agents at the end of this season, and if
    that team is going to get any better they're going to need
    bodies up front.

    13. Washington Redskins. Frank Okam. Campbell, Ellis,
    Dorsey, Long. All of them are gone by now and the need for
    the Skins is to get a Defensive lineman. Okam demands
    attention inside the trenches, and I think makes a great fit.

    14. New Orleans Saints: Dan Connor. The type of hard noses
    player that can alter the attitude of this sometimes shaky
    defense.

    15. Houston Texans. Sam Baker. They could also go
    runningback here, but I believe they value Matt Schaub a
    little more. Baker is the guy that can keep Schaub from
    looking up from the ground.

    16. Detroit Lions. James Laurinitais. Well look who fell to
    number sixteen. I'm a firm believer that the Lions need an
    entire makeover up front on offense. However, the
    combination of Ernie Sims, James Laurinitais, and Boss
    Bailey is too much for me to pass up. Detroit would have the
    best Linebacking corp in the NFC North and that's saying
    something.

    17. Denver Broncos: Kenny Phillips. With the recent release
    of Sam Adams, I could see Frank Okam landing here if he gets
    past Washington, which is very possible. However, Kenny
    Phillips is the playmaker at safety that Denver is going to
    need, especially after Lynch leaves.

    18. Arizona Cardinals: Vernon Gholston. I'm just as
    surprised as you are. Fits in nicely with their new 3-4
    attack and can really energize that new stadium.

    19. Tennessee Titans: Malcom Kelly. The big, reliable target
    that Vince has been waiting for.

    20. Minnesota Vikings. Reggie Smith. Although they are
    getting better at defending the pass, Reggis Smith is a
    playmaker who can elevate the secondary.

    21. Buffalo Bills: Adarius Bowman. I avoided Desean Jackson
    because, as I've said before I think Lee Evans and Jackson
    are too similar of players. And at the request of Bills fans
    to grab a bigger framed wide receiver. Kelly was gone two
    spots before, so Bowman is the guy.

    22. Tampa Bay Buccanneers: Desean Jackson. A little run on
    Wide Receivers, and the Bucs land the most explosive. Can
    help immediately in the return game.

    23. San Diego Chargers: Erin Henderson. Something has to be
    done about the interior of that 3-4.

    24. Dallas Cowboys: Johnathan Stewart. Picking just ahead of
    Seattle ensures that Stewart, the best PURE runningback in
    the draft, ends up wearing a Start on his helmet. Julius
    Jones can walk now, without any reprocussions.

    25. Seattle Seahawks: Rashard Mendenhall. Stewart is gone,
    but Mendenhall is a nice settle for them.

    26. Pittsburgh Steelers: Michael Oher. I'm willing to put
    any offensive lineman here for Pittsburgh. But Oher's
    ability to play guard and tackle makes him the pick.

    27. New York Giants: Keith Rivers. They have enough D-
    lineman, and while I think Reggie Smith is the favorite for
    Gaints fans, he's unfortunately not available. Keith Rivers
    is a gem of a LB though and will be a great fit in NY.

    28. Jacksonville Jaguars: Derrick Harvey. I still think this
    is the hardest spot to pick for, but Harvey gives them that
    edge rush.

    29. San Francisco 49ers: Quentin Groves. In all honesty, I
    could see the aggressive draft day Nolan regime going up and
    getting Gholston if he falls past a certain number, but
    Groves is a guy you can put on the opposite side Manny
    Lawson and tell em to go get the QB.

    30. Green Bay Packers: Mike Jenkins. Not a lot of holes on
    this packer's team, and a young team at that.

    31. Dallas Cowboys: Aqib Talib. After getting Stewart with
    their first pick, I could see a pick go to WR, but Talib
    could play nickel right away and eventually push Henry to
    start opposite Newman.

    32. They Cheated.

    33. Miami Dolphins: Gosder Cherilus

    34. St. Louis Rams: Laurence Jackson

    35. San Francisco 49ers: Limas Sweed

    36. New York Jets: Kentwan Balmer

    37. Atlanta Falcons: Roy Scheuring

    38. Oakland Raiders: Barry Richardson

    39. Kansas City Chiefs: Antoine Cason

    40. Baltimore Ravens: Jack Ikegwuonu

    41. Philadelphia Eagles: Shawn Crable

    42. Cincinnati Bengals: Ali Highsmith

    43. Atlanta Falcons (from Chicago): Red Bryant

    44. Carolina Panthers: Erik Ainge

    45. Washington Redskins: Jonathan Hefney

    46. New Orleans Saints: Zack Bowman

    47. Atlanta Falcons: Jordy Nelson

    48. Detroit Lions: Tony Hills

    49. Denver Broncos: Dre Moore

    50. Arizona Cardinals: Tracy Porter

    51. Tennessee Titans: Xavier Adibi

    52. Minnesota Vikings: Earl Bennett

    53. Buffalo Bills: Demarrio Presley

    54. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kirk Barton

    55. Miami Dolphins: Early Doucett

    56. Cleveland Browns: J. Leman

    57. Seattle Seahawks: Thomas Decoud

    58. Pittsburgh Steelers: Eric Young

    59. New York Giants: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie

    60. Jacksonville Jaguars: Dejuan Tribble

    61. Indianapolis Colts: Ray Maualuga

    62. Green Bay Packers: Phillip Wheeler

    63. Dallas Cowboys: DJ Hall

    64. New England Patriots: Tommy Blake
    Originally posted by Babylon
    It's called Karma for all the years with Montana and Young.

  • #2
    Okay let me be the first to say, that I just saw that Bobby Petrino is leaving Atlanta for the Arkansas Job. This mock was written down on paper before the headline broke, and I copied and pasted it.

    After I posted this mock, I went to espn, making my rounds, and saw this. So I apologize ahead of time, but I wasn't aware.
    Originally posted by Babylon
    It's called Karma for all the years with Montana and Young.

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    • #3
      Like what you did with Green Bay


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      • #4
        Hey Fielder, do you go to CMU games?
        Originally posted by Babylon
        It's called Karma for all the years with Montana and Young.

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        • #5
          trade down - good
          Brohm - good
          Scheuring over Richardson? - no go. we get Barry Richardson at the first 2nd rounder cause OT is a bigger need than OG.
          Bryant - good pick
          Nelson - WHO? and a WR? DIDN'T I TELL YOU LAST TIME THAT WE HAVE ZERO NEED FOR A DAMN WR!!!! WE DON T NEED A DAMN WR!!!! WE need OT, NT, QB, MLB, power RB. WR is noty a need at all. give us Phillip Wheeler here.

          and dude, put positions with the names cause some of these players I have no position what they play off the top of my head,

          Owner of ScarDraft
          Atlanta Falcons and NFL Draft Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report

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          • #6
            Originally posted by scar988 View Post
            trade down - good
            Brohm - good
            Scheuring over Richardson? - no go. we get Barry Richardson at the first 2nd rounder cause OT is a bigger need than OG.
            Bryant - good pick
            Nelson - WHO? and a WR? DIDN'T I TELL YOU LAST TIME THAT WE HAVE ZERO NEED FOR A DAMN WR!!!! WE DON T NEED A DAMN WR!!!! WE need OT, NT, QB, MLB, power RB. WR is noty a need at all. give us Phillip Wheeler here.

            and dude, put positions with the names cause some of these players I have no position what they play off the top of my head,

            First of all, I respect your passionate opinion regarding your team. I do.
            And I would gladly give the Falcons OT before OG, I just figured they needed help up front. With that said I still believe whichever qb they bring in (not so sure it's brohm now after petrino leaves) is going to need more than Roddy White as his #1 receiver.

            Brian Brohm
            Roy Scheuring (Barry Richardson, he's available)
            Red Bryant
            Jordy Nelson

            Franchise Qb, helpu up front, an impact D player, and then GOOD VALUE for the pick and a helpful presence on the field for that young qb.

            Sorry Scar, that's just how I see it. Thank you for looking it over though.
            Originally posted by Babylon
            It's called Karma for all the years with Montana and Young.

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            • #7
              I don't know if the Bears would tradethe whole draft to move up a couple spots to gain a guy that wouldn't help for 2 to 3 years. If he fell to us I'd be ok with it but we never trade up especially not in round one. I could never see that happening.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by king2am View Post
                First of all, I respect your passionate opinion regarding your team. I do.
                And I would gladly give the Falcons OT before OG, I just figured they needed help up front. With that said I still believe whichever qb they bring in (not so sure it's brohm now after petrino leaves) is going to need more than Roddy White as his #1 receiver.

                Brian Brohm
                Roy Scheuring (Barry Richardson, he's available)
                Red Bryant
                Jordy Nelson

                Franchise Qb, helpu up front, an impact D player, and then GOOD VALUE for the pick and a helpful presence on the field for that young qb.

                Sorry Scar, that's just how I see it. Thank you for looking it over though.
                Jenkins is our #2 and has been doign well. White has been sick, we don't need a WR. and will not WASTE a pick in the first day on a WR> White is good, Robinson has been emerging and Jenkins is solid on pace for 600 yards and 5 Td's is not a bad year for a #2. and Richardson over Scheuirng makes mroe sense to me because OG is not nearly as big of a need as a franchise LT is. we won't watse a pick on a WR in the first 5 rounds. mainly because our top 4 are fine. and honestly, I don't care if you think Jenkins and White and Robinson and Hron aren't enough cause Rich McKay likes them.

                Owner of ScarDraft
                Atlanta Falcons and NFL Draft Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by regoob2 View Post
                  I don't know if the Bears would tradethe whole draft to move up a couple spots to gain a guy that wouldn't help for 2 to 3 years. If he fell to us I'd be ok with it but we never trade up especially not in round one. I could never see that happening.
                  Fair enough.

                  It was just something to change up mock a little bit.
                  Originally posted by Babylon
                  It's called Karma for all the years with Montana and Young.

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                  • #10
                    Frank Okam at 13 seriously made me gag. Yeah he demands double teams, too bad he can't stay on the field long enough to play. Griffen has a little left in the tank, Anthony Montgomery is developing into a great 2-gap DT, and Golston provides good pressure for a DT.

                    First round I'd take Gholston, Baker, or Kelly.

                    And just because Sean died doesn't mean we need FS help. Landry is coming into his own, AT FREE SAFETY. Doughty is a decent SS, at least thus far. I'd wait till the end of the season to see if we need to use a 2nd round pick on pretty much a luxury.

                    Second round I'd take Nelson, Moore, Pressley or DJ Hall depending on the 1st round selection.

                    Worst Redskin mock I've seen so far.

                    EDIT: Your older mock was better :(
                    Last edited by skinzzfan25; 12-11-2007, 06:10 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by skinzzfan25 View Post
                      Frank Okam at 13 seriously made me gag. Yeah he demands double teams, too bad he can't stay on the field long enough to play. Griffen has a little left in the tank, Anthony Montgomery is developing into a great 2-gap DT, and Golston provides good pressure for a DT.

                      First round I'd take Gholston, Baker, or Kelly.

                      And just because Sean died doesn't mean we need FS help. Landry is coming into his own, AT FREE SAFETY. Doughty is a decent SS, at least thus far. I'd wait till the end of the season to see if we need to use a 2nd round pick on pretty much a luxury.

                      Second round I'd take Nelson, Moore, or DJ Hall depending on the 1st round selection.

                      Worst Redskin mock I've seen so far.


                      Who would the first rounder be then? I didn't know which way to go with all the other popular picks gone already.
                      Originally posted by Babylon
                      It's called Karma for all the years with Montana and Young.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by king2am View Post
                        Who would the first rounder be then? I didn't know which way to go with all the other popular picks gone already.
                        I guess I view Vernon Gholston as more of a 3-4 guy, but I probably should have put him in there at 13.
                        Originally posted by Babylon
                        It's called Karma for all the years with Montana and Young.

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                        • #13
                          Reggie Smith and Earl Bennet would be great for the vikings.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by king2am View Post
                            I guess I view Vernon Gholston as more of a 3-4 guy, but I probably should have put him in there at 13.
                            I view him that way as well. Preferably I'd like to trade down there if possible. But will Calais off the board, the next best thing is Gholston. Gregg could use him very similar to the way he uses Marcus Washington who's getting old and costly.

                            Hand in the dirt some plays, in a stance the other.

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                            • #15
                              Nice job with the Jets, our front 7 definitely needs an infusion of talent and those two would go a long way towards helping that. One question. Do you have Long playing OLB for us? Because if so that's fine, but if you think he settles in at DE I'd rather not go DE with the first 2 picks because we have a ton of needs.

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