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    1. Atlanta Falcons(trade via Miami)- RB Darren McFadden Arkansas

    *2nd rounder and possibly a 5th and a future.

    Falcons move up in order to secure the player they know will bring fans into the seats and bring some excitement back to Atlanta. I know they have two second rounders so one of them along with a later pick and maybe a future pick should do the trick to secure there new franchise player.


    2. St. Louis Rams- DE Chris Long Virginia

    Rams will boast a very impressive defensive line next year and Long also gives them the flexibilty of playing many positions on ther hybrid defense.


    3. Oakland Raiders- DT Glen Dorsey LSU

    With McFadden off the board they are able to concentrate of more of a need pick in this spot.


    4.Miami Dolphins(via trade with Falcons)- DE/OLB Vernon Gholston Ohio State

    In the same mold of DeMarcus Ware and certainly a player that will wreck havoc in there 3-4 system.


    5. Kansas City Cheifs- DT Sedrick Ellis USC

    Flip a coin between Ellis and Long for this pick but if we go based on BPA I am going to favor Ellis in this spot since he also fills a huge void along the defensive line.


    6. N.Y. Jets- OT Jake Long Michigan

    Now they will be able to replace Clement at RT which was a huge liability for them last year.


    7. New England Patriots- DE/OLB Derrick Harvey Florida

    Vrabel is aging and depth is needed for the OLB in there 3-4. They have gone to the Florida well for offense and now they'll try defense. Definite trade spot for the Pats here as I dont see the actual value for what they need in this spot.


    8. Baltimore Ravens- QB Matt Ryan Boston College

    I think the Panthers might try to trade up for Ryan but if not the Ravens cant continue to live life with a broken down McNair and awful Kyle Boller and a late round undersized QB in Smith.


    9. Cincinatti Bengals- DE Calais Campbell U of M

    With both Smith and Robinson UFA and Geathers coming off a down year and very little depth they need to address the defensive end spot nice and early. They may trade down but I think this is what they are looking for. Linebacker can be had here but they have many returning linebackers coming back from injury. Brooks,Thurman,Pollack etc etc.


    10. New Orleans Saints- CB Michael Jenkins South Florida

    Craft was just down right awfull so they need to make sure they come out of this draft with a top cover corner.


    11. Buffalo Bills- WR Malcolm Kelly Oklahoma

    Bills need to get a big wideout to compliment there short speedy ones and to give there young QB's a decent target to throw too in the redzone.


    12. Denver Broncos- OLB Dan Conner Penn State

    Tough physical linebacker who could possibly move to the middle to move D.J. Williams back to the outside.


    13. Carolina Panthers- OT Ryan Clady Boise State

    Big nasty offensive tackle to give them some help just in case both Wharton and Gross leave as UFA.


    14. Chicago Bears- QB Brian Brohm Louisvillle

    The Bears need to get a viable signal caller as they can no longer continue to beleive that Griese,Orton, or UFA Grossman is the answer.


    15. Detroit Lions- OT Jeff Otah Pitt.

    There line struggled last year due to the fact that Mike Martz put a ton of pressure on the offensive line but that doesnt hide the fact the RT is a very sore spot on this team with Woody possibly leaving via free agency and George Foster being a waste of space. The defense needs to be addressed also, but if the Lions are going to be more physical then Otah would help them a ton. It's easier to find competent defenders via free agency then it is to find a soild offensive lineman like Otah.


    16. Arizona Cardinals- CB Leodis McKlevin Troy

    This move will allow them to shift Antrel Rolle to FS and improve there secondary immediately.


    17. Minnesota Vikings- WR DeSean Jackson Cal

    Explosive playmaker and punt returner will give T Jax another weapon along side Rice.


    18. Houston Texans- RB Johnathan Stewart Oregan

    Sure fire running back will team up nicely with Andre Johnson in that up and coming offense.


    19. Philadelphia Eagles- OT Sam Baker USC

    Thomas and Runyan are both aging. Justice is better served at Right Tackle so getting the nimble foot Baker to groom behind Thomas would be wise. Eagles are certainly big in drafting lineman with there first pick.


    20. Tampa Bay Bucs- OLB Keith Rivers USC

    Brooks cant play forvever and I happen to think that Rivers might be a Brooks clone. Nice pick for the Bucs to at very least secure the future after Brooks who is 35.


    21. Washington Redskins- DE Philip Merling Clemson

    They seem to always need defensive end help so hopefully Merling is the answer for them at this spot.


    22. Dallas Cowboys- CB Aquib Talib Kansas

    They need secondary help pretty badly and this move will also help out as they will have the option to move Henry to FS.


    23. Pittsburgh Steelers- FS Kenny Phillips UM

    Steelers get and impact safety to put along side Polamalu. Now they can get rid of that smack talking Anthony Smith.


    24. Tennessee Titans- WR Limas Sweed Texas

    Big playmaking wideout and Young's old college target.


    25. Seattle Seahawks- RB Rashard Mendenhall Illinois

    Standout back to eventually take over for Alexander.


    26. Jacksonville Jaguars- WR Mario Manningham Michigan

    Jags need someone who can stretch the field to go along with all there big physical wideouts. They could use an end but none worth taking at this spot.


    27. San Diego Chargeres- OT Gosder Cherilus Boston College

    Massive Tackle prospect who will fill an immediate need at RT.


    28. Dallas Cowboys- RB Felix Jones Arkansas

    Boys get there man in Jones.


    29. San Francisco 49ers- OG Chilo Rachal USC

    There offensive line is in severe flux with Allen retirning and Smiley leaving via free agency.


    30. Green Bay Packers- CB Dominque Rodgers-Cromartie Tenn St.

    He needs to get bigger but this is a developmental prospect to groom behind Harris and Woodson. I also like Charles Godfrey in this spot.


    31. New York Giants- FS Reggie Smith Oklahoma

    Fits exactly what the Giants need and may be able to start next year.


    2nd round


    33. Miami Dolphins- DE/DT Kentwan Balmer UNC

    Perfect fit for the 3-4 defense at end.



    34. St. Louis Rams- OT Chris Williams Vanderbilt

    Offers them flexibilty all over the line.


    35. Oakland Raiders- WR Early Doucet LSU

    Reunite Doucet with Russell.


    36. Cincinnati Bengals(via Atlanta via Miami)- OLB Phillip Wheeler Georgia Tech

    * Miami deals the Atlanta pick to the Bengals for the rights to WR Chad Johnson.

    Bengals wanted a top 2nd round pick for Johnson and get it after Miami gets Atlanta's top pick in the second. Wheeler is another solid addition to there defense to go along with Campbell in the 1st round.


    37. Kansas City Cheifs- OT Carl Nicks Nebraska

    Cheifs get there offensive lineman in this spot.


    38. New York Jets- DE/OLB Quentin Groves Auburn

    Much needed 3-4 OLB.


    39. Baltimore Ravens- CB Charles Godfrey Iowa

    Big physical corner to help groom behind the aging vets.


    40. San Francisco 49ers- WR James Hardy Indiana

    Physical wideout will give the niners young QB a big redzone target


    41. New Orleans Saints- DT Pat Sims Auburn

    Big physical tackle to put in the middle of there defense.


    42. Buffalo Bills- TE Fred Davis USC

    With the loss of Everett they need a weapon at TE. Davis and Kelly as the top two picks i'd be real excited in Buffalo.


    43. Denver Broncos- DT Trevor Laws Notre Dame

    Heard he looked great during the senior bowl and would help fill a huge void at DT for the Broncos.


    44. Carolina Panthers- QB Chad Henne Michigan

    Panthers need to add some depth to there QB spot so securing Henne here is a nice value spot.


    45. Chicago Bears- OT Tony Hills Texas

    Will help fill the void they have at RT.


    46. Detroit Lions- CB Antoine Cason Arizona

    They need secondary help pretty badly.


    47. Cincinatti Bengals- WR Devin Thomas Michigan State

    They need to find a replacement for the loss of Ocho Stinko.


    48. Minnesota Vikings- DE Lawrence Jackson USC

    They could stand to use some depth at defenseive end since Erasmus James is a bust.


    49. Atlanta Falcons- QB Andre Woodson Kentucky

    Woodson and McFadden should help sell many of tickets in Atlanta and bring a positive buzz to the city.


    50. Philadelphia Eagles- OLB Ali Highsmith LSU

    Will offer some depth behind the recently injured Spikes on the weakside.


    51. Arizona Cardinals- RB Chris Johnson East Carolina

    Big speedy back to compliment and eventually replace James.


    52. Washington Redskins- S Thomas DeCoud Cal

    Safety to hopefully help fill the void left by the loss of Taylor.


    53. Tampa Bay Bucs- WR Harry Douglass Louisville

    Speedy playmaker that Gruden needs to groom behind Galloway.


    54. Pittsburgh Steelers- OG Ray Schuening Oregan State

    Basically in the mold of Faneca and will be his replacement.


    55. Tennessee Titans- DT Dre Moore Maryland

    Big physical tackle just in case they cant keep Haynesworth.


    56. Seattle Seahawks- TE Martellus Bennett Texas A&M

    Big TE target for Hasselbeck.


    57. Cleveland Browns- DT Ahtyba Rubin Iowa State

    Big NT they need to replace old man Ted.


    58. Miami Dolphins- TE John Carlson Notre Dame

    Parcells loves his Notre Dame Tight Ends.


    59. Jacksonville Jaguars- DE Chris Ellis Virginia Tech

    Jags could use some end help.


    60. Indianapolis Colts- DT DeMario Pressly NC State

    Colts need to start beefing up at DT.


    61. Green Bay Packers- OLB Tavares Gooden Miami

    Just drafting for depth on there team at this point.


    62. Dallas Cowboys- WR Donnie Avery Houston

    They need some playmaker's at WR.


    63. New York Giants- ILB Curtis Lofton Oklahoma

    I was going to change this pick for an OLB but with Kiwanuka coming back next year to play the strong once again and with Torbor behind him I feel solid with that. Mitchell and Wilikinson on the other side. A nicklel corner can be had in the third round. Lofton is a beast and can play mutiple positions at linebacker. I love Antonio Pierce but if he gets hurt I want someone better then Blackburn that had experience playing the middle.


    64. New England Patriots- Tracy Porter Indiana

    Top cover guy and may have to step in to replace the possible loss of Samuel.


    Hope this mock was a bit better then the last one I put out. Enjoy!
    Last edited by BigBlueCrew56; 01-31-2008, 08:05 AM.

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    Great phins draft! I love both of our trades very much!! That would be almost the perfect day for me. If I can nitpick a little bit, I would rather have Cason or Rubin over Connor though.

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

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    • #3
      nice chargers pick

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      • #4
        I knew you would like that Bow. I live down here in Fort Lauderdale and that trade is all that's being talked about on 790 the ticket. The Bengals want a high 2nd round pick and what better way to get it then with a trade down with the Falcons. Deal is also good for the Falcons because they get to secure the player they want away from the Raiders and Cowboys. Why are you down on Connor????? Seems to be the tough hard nosed player the linebacking core needs.

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        • #5
          I semi-agree with you on Connor. He seems like he might be a good fit. But after seeing the Senior Bowl and how many missed assignments and missed tackles, as well as being run over on a couple occasions, I started to question him a little bit. I could be wrong, but he just doesn't seem to have that mean streak that we need.

          About CJ.... I know it is relatively new, but is that looking like a real possibility that we could trade for him? Because that would absolutely make my offseason, and entire SEASON for that matter, since it was such an ugly one this year. We wouldn't even have to make that trade with ATL, we could just give up OUR 2nd rounder. The 33rd pick or whatever it is. I would do that in a heartbeat! I hope this thing gets done.... what do you think!?

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

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          • #6
            Well hearing the radio today and seeing the recent cry to Bill Parcells from Ocho Cinco it seems like a huge possibility. I had overheard that the Bengals want the top pick in the second but the Phins dont want to give that one up. If they could swing a deal with the Falcons for there top second since they have two picks then they could deal the top 2nd rounder they get from the Falcons to satisfy the trade demands of the Bengals.

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            • #7
              Great 1st round pick, terrible 2nd, Smith has to reason to be in the 2nd he is a 3rd rounder at best in this deep RB class and we have much higher needs, if you are going to give us a RB make it speed back like Charles someone who can complement James

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              • #8
                Originally posted by BigBlueCrew56 View Post
                Well hearing the radio today and seeing the recent cry to Bill Parcells from Ocho Cinco it seems like a huge possibility. I had overheard that the Bengals want the top pick in the second but the Phins dont want to give that one up. If they could swing a deal with the Falcons for there top second since they have two picks then they could deal the top 2nd rounder they get from the Falcons to satisfy the trade demands of the Bengals.
                I understand not wanting to give up that high of a pick, which is totally against what Parcells usually does. But have they seen our WR corps lately!? Ginn was actually the only dependable one through the last couple of games. And he is young, and the jury is still out as to whether he could be a # 1 Wideout in this league. Pairing a big, proven, veteran with Ginn would be a tremendous compliment to him and would help the offense immensely IMO if CJ can keep his head straight. We have not had a group of playmaking WR's in a long time, one that defensives had to gameplan for. And this has, in part, attributed to our anemic offenses and QB play over the last decade or so.

                Call me crazy, but I'd do it in a second!

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

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by fenikz View Post
                  Great 1st round pick, terrible 2nd, Smith has to reason to be in the 2nd he is a 3rd rounder at best in this deep RB class and we have much higher needs, if you are going to give us a RB make it speed back like Charles someone who can complement James

                  Done. Just thought that Whisenhunt would go for the more physical Smith but Charles is just as good maybe even better because as you stated he is the speedier back and only a few pounds lighter then Smith. Scott had Stewart in the 1st round too you guys so I am assuming that you guys would look at one in the 2nd since i have McLevin going in the first.
                  Last edited by BigBlueCrew56; 01-29-2008, 04:08 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by thebow305 View Post
                    I understand not wanting to give up that high of a pick, which is totally against what Parcells usually does. But have they seen our WR corps lately!? Ginn was actually the only dependable one through the last couple of games. And he is young, and the jury is still out as to whether he could be a # 1 Wideout in this league. Pairing a big, proven, veteran with Ginn would be a tremendous compliment to him and would help the offense immensely IMO if CJ can keep his head straight. We have not had a group of playmaking WR's in a long time, one that defensives had to gameplan for. And this has, in part, attributed to our anemic offenses and QB play over the last decade or so.

                    Call me crazy, but I'd do it in a second!


                    I have a feeling this trade is going to pick up steam come draft day. Chad Johnson does not want to be a Bengal anymore and will continue to make the Bengals miserable until they trade him. It looks like Chad really wants to become a MIAMI DOLPHIN.

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                    • #11
                      I wish i had some of those pretty pictures to add to this mock like some of you out there. How the hell do you do that???? Also I am hoping this mock loses the Madden moniker my last one had HAHAHAH!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by BigBlueCrew56 View Post
                        Done. Just thought that Whisenhunt would go for the more physical Smith but Charles is just as good maybe even better because as you stated he is the speedier back and only a few pounds lighter then Smith. Scott had Stewart in the 1st round too you guys so I am assuming that you guys would look at one in the 2nd since i have McLevin going in the first.
                        Ya RB is somewhat of a need but not a dire one, it's kind of nice to actually be able to draft for some depth normally we draft a guy and put him in as a starter right away, Charles probably has the best pure skills out of all the RB's in the draft and with Edge to teach him over his remaining year's he could become a stud

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                        • #13
                          Terrible trade up. We would not trade up for McFadden. I think we might not even take McFadden if he drops to us. Theres no reason to trade up for a guy who has a similar running style as Norwood and has some major flaws.

                          We will stay there at 3 and just draft Sedrick Ellis.

                          Good 2nd round pick.

                          "He's the leader of the next great class of NFL players." - John Elway on Matt Ryan

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                          • #14
                            Excellent 1st round pick for the Giants but if the Giants were gonna take a LB in the 2nd it would be Erin henderson for the outside

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by G-Men88 View Post
                              Excellent 1st round pick for the Giants but if the Giants were gonna take a LB in the 2nd it would be Erin henderson for the outside
                              I took Lofton because of the lack of depth behind Pierce with only Blackburn to speak of. I have high hopes for Gerris Wilkinson.

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