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    *picks 3-5 will be determined by coin flips...
    I explained the top ten picks

    1) Miami Dolphins: Glenn Dorsey; DT; LSU: Best defensive player in the draft, should instantly make their aging defense better. DMC is a sexy pick here but let's be real...

    2) St. Louis Rams: Chris Long; DE; Virginia: Best pass rusher in the draft, can rush the passer and stop the run. With long, the Rams would have a very nice Defensive Line...on paper...

    3) Atlanta Falcons: Brian Brohm; QB; Louisville: Say what you will, but Brohm is still the best QB in the draft and he'll be the first to go off the board...even with Petrino gone Brohm should still be the pick...

    4) Oakland Raiders: Darren McFadden; RB; Arkansas: Best pure player in the draft, could arguably go number one overall...Oakland would have a very nice backfield of Russell, McFadden, and Rhodes...

    5) Kansas City Chiefs: Jake Long; OT; Michigan: Best offensive lineman in the draft, extremely quick for his size (6'7" 320lbs), tremendous size as well...he would solidify a spiraling oline...

    6) New York Jets: Calais Campbell; DE; Miami: extremely gifted pass rusher, very tall and built...almost like a Julius Peppers clone he has the range to swim by blockers and get to the quarterback...Gholston could go here as well...

    7) New England Patriots: James Laurinaitis; LB; OSU: This is a luxury pick for the undefeated pats but it's also a need pick...with two extremely old linebackers as starters it's time to select replacements and Laurinaitis is as good as they come...maybe not as good as A.J. Hawk was coming out but damn near close...

    8) Baltimore Ravens: Matt Ryan; QB; Boston College: This is a difficult selection to make due to the fact that Troy Smith has played well this year, but next year's draft is not exactly loaded with QB talent...and what if Smith doesn't pan out...I believe they take the chance and select Ryan and it's never a bad thing to have two very capable QB's...ask the browns...

    9) Cincinnati Bengals: Sedrick Ellis; DT; USC: Boy do these guys need pass rush and defensive line help...Ellis, the runner up to Dorsey as best DT in the draft, would somewhat solidify the line to where teams would be forced to run to the outside...

    10) New Orleans Saints: Antoine Cason; CB; Arizona: Pretty much the best cover corner in the draft, had a good senior season...and Lord knows the Saints need secondary help...he'd bring it...

    11) Buffalo Bills: Malcolm Kelly; WR; Oklahoma
    12) Denver Broncos: Vernon Gholston; DE; OSU
    13) Carolina Panthers: Michael Oher; OT; Mississippi
    14) Chicago Bears: Andre Woodson; QB; Kentucky
    15) Detroit Lions: Sam Baker; OT; USC
    16) Arizona Cardinals: Rashard Mendenhall; RB; Illinois
    17) Minnesota Vikings: Malcolm Jenkins; CB; OSU
    18) Houston Texans: Jonathan Stewart; RB; Oregon
    19) Philadelphia Eagles: Dan Conner; LB; Penn State
    20) Dallas Cowboys (f/ Cleveland): Reggie Smith, DB, Oklahoma
    21) Washington Redskins: Tyson Jackson; DE; LSU
    22) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DeSean Jackson; WR; California
    23) Tennessee Titans: Kenny Phillips; FS; Miami
    24) Seattle Seahawks: Kevin Smith; RB; UCF
    25) Pittsburgh Steelers: Ryan Clady; OT, Boise State
    26) New York Giants: Keith Rivers; LB; USC
    27) Green Bay Packers: Mike Jenkins; CB; USF
    28) San Diego Chargers: Xavier Adibi; LB; Virginia Tech
    29) Jacksonville Jaguars: Derrick Harvey; DE; Florida
    30) San Francisco 49ers (f/ IND): Mario Manningham; WR; Michigan
    31) Dallas Cowboys: Felix Jones; RB/KR; Arkansas
    32) New England Patriots: FORFEIT
    Last edited by JagHombre22; 12-31-2007, 08:41 PM.

  • #2
    I'm not sold on Harvey. Harvey hasn't impressed me this year.

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    • #3
      Also, Kevin Smith has said he's staying in school.

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      • #4
        I'd rather take Malcolm Jenkins in the 1st, and someone like Sweed or Bowman in the 2nd.


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        • #5
          Originally posted by JagHombre22 View Post
          *picks 3-5 will be determined by coin flips...
          I explained the top ten picks

          1) Miami Dolphins: Glenn Dorsey; DT; LSU: Best defensive player in the draft, should instantly make their aging defense better. DMC is a sexy pick here but let's be real...

          2) St. Louis Rams: Chris Long; DE; Virginia: Best pass rusher in the draft, can rush the passer and stop the run. With long, the Rams would have a very nice Defensive Line...on paper...

          3) Atlanta Falcons: Brian Brohm; QB; Louisville: Say what you will, but Brohm is still the best QB in the draft and he'll be the first to go off the board...even with Petrino gone Brohm should still be the pick...

          4) Oakland Raiders: Darren McFadden; RB; Arkansas: Best pure player in the draft, could arguably go number one overall...Oakland would have a very nice backfield of Russell, McFadden, and Rhodes...

          5) Kansas City Chiefs: Jake Long; OT; Michigan: Best offensive lineman in the draft, extremely quick for his size (6'7" 320lbs), tremendous size as well...he would solidify a spiraling oline...

          6) New York Jets: Calais Campbell; DE; Miami: extremely gifted pass rusher, very tall and built...almost like a Julius Peppers clone he has the range to swim by blockers and get to the quarterback...Gholston could go here as well...

          7) New England Patriots: James Laurinaitis; LB; OSU: This is a luxury pick for the undefeated pats but it's also a need pick...with two extremely old linebackers as starters it's time to select replacements and Laurinaitis is as good as they come...maybe not as good as A.J. Hawk was coming out but damn near close...

          8) Baltimore Ravens: Matt Ryan; QB; Boston College: This is a difficult selection to make due to the fact that Troy Smith has played well this year, but next year's draft is not exactly loaded with QB talent...and what if Smith doesn't pan out...I believe they take the chance and select Ryan and it's never a bad thing to have two very capable QB's...ask the browns...

          9) Cincinnati Bengals: Sedrick Ellis; DT; USC: Boy do these guys need pass rush and defensive line help...Ellis, the runner up to Dorsey as best DT in the draft, would somewhat solidify the line to where teams would be forced to run to the outside...

          10) New Orleans Saints: Antoine Cason; CB; Arizona: Pretty much the best cover corner in the draft, had a good senior season...and Lord knows the Saints need secondary help...he'd bring it...

          11) Buffalo Bills: Malcolm Kelly; WR; Oklahoma
          12) Denver Broncos: Vernon Gholston; DE; OSU
          13) Carolina Panthers: Michael Oher; OT; Mississippi
          14) Chicago Bears: Andre Woodson; QB; Kentucky
          15) Detroit Lions: Sam Baker; OT; USC
          16) Arizona Cardinals: Rashard Mendenhall; RB; Illinois
          17) Minnesota Vikings: Malcolm Jenkins; CB; OSU
          18) Houston Texans: Jonathan Stewart; RB; Oregon
          19) Philadelphia Eagles: Dan Conner; LB; Penn State
          20) Dallas Cowboys (f/ Cleveland): Reggie Smith, DB, Oklahoma
          21) Washington Redskins: Tyson Jackson; DE; LSU
          22) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DeSean Jackson; WR; California
          23) Tennessee Titans: Kenny Phillips; FS; Miami
          24) Seattle Seahawks: Kevin Smith; RB; UCF
          25) Pittsburgh Steelers: Ryan Glady; OT, Boise State
          26) New York Giants: Keith Rivers; LB; USC
          27) Green Bay Packers: Mike Jenkins; CB; USF
          28) San Diego Chargers: Xavier Adibi; LB; Virginia Tech
          29) Jacksonville Jaguars: Derrick Harvey; DE; Florida
          30) San Francisco 49ers (f/ IND): Mario Manningham; WR; Michigan
          31) Dallas Cowboys: Felix Jones; RB/KR; Arkansas
          32) New England Patriots: FORFEIT
          Your nuts if you think we will pick Brohm over McFadden, Sorry but no QB is worthy of the top 5 pick.

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          • #6
            Gholston would definitely be a better pick than Campbell for the Jets.

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            • #7
              Tyson Jackson?

              Really?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by derza222 View Post
                Gholston would definitely be a better pick than Campbell for the Jets.
                I don't know how Campbell projects in the 3-4... could be pretty good hybrid DE/OLB guy, but I think Gholston is a much safer pick. I wouldn't be upset with either though.

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                • #9
                  I agree on Brohm being the best QB, but Darren McFadden is the pick their.

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                  • #10
                    I just don't know if they put another season in the hands or Redman...I know he's played well the last two games but I can just see them being smart and picking a QB...

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                    • #11
                      Desean Jackson for the Vikings would be better.

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                      • #12
                        I'm not a fan of Ryan Glady to be honest...i wouldnt mind Ryan Clady though :)

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                        • #13
                          Again, #10 seems too high for Cason. Great cover-corner but his speed is a question. He will have to prove that he has elite speed to accompany his superior coverage skills. I think Malcolm Jenkins or Kenny Phillips would make more sense for the Saints at #10. A case could even be made for Keith Rivers.

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                          • #14
                            awesome KC draft

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                            • #15
                              Ryan's a good pick... would rather have Jenkins there.
                              Reached 1,000 posts 4/29/07, lost it because of the deletion of the forum mock.
                              Also Also: Reached 1,000 posts again 12/31/07

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