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  • RavenOfProphecy's 2/10 Three-Round Mock!

    Let me know what you think!

    2008 NFL DRAFT

    ROUND ONE

    01 01 Miami Dolphins (1-15) – DE/LB Chris Long, Virginia

    02 02 St. Louis Rams (3-13) – DT Glenn Dorsey, Louisiana St.

    03 03 +Atlanta Falcons (4-12) – RB Darren McFadden, Arkansas

    04 04 +Oakland Raiders (4-12) – Sedrick Ellis, DT, Southern Cal

    05 05 +Kansas City Chiefs (4-12) - OT Jake Long, Michigan

    06 06 New York Jets (4-12) – DE/LB Vernon Gholston, Ohio St.

    07 07 New England Patriots (from SF (5-11)) – WR DeSean Jackson, California

    08 08 Baltimore Ravens (5-11) – QB Matt Ryan, Boston College

    09 09 Cincinnati Bengals (7-9) – OLB Keith Rivers, Southern Cal

    10 10 New Orleans Saints (7-9) – CB Mike Jenkins, South Florida

    11 11 Buffalo Bills (7-9) – CB Leodis McKelvin, Troy

    12 12 Denver Broncos (7-9) – FS Kenny Phillips, Miami (FL)

    13 13 Carolina Panthers (7-9) – OT Ryan Clady, Boise St.

    14 14 Chicago Bears (7-9) – OT Chris Williams, Vanderbilt

    15 15 Detroit Lions (7-9) – CB Aqib Talib, Kansas

    16 16 Arizona Cardinals (8-8) – RB Jonathan Stewart, Oregon

    17 17 Minnesota Vikings (8-8) – DE Derrick Harvey, Florida

    18 18 Houston Texans (8-8) – RB Rashard Mendenhall, Illinois

    19 19 Philadelphia Eagles (8-8) – WR Malcolm Kelly, Oklahoma

    20 20 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-7) – QB Brian Brohm, Louisville

    21 21 Washington Redskins (9-7) – DE Calais Campbell, Miami (FL)

    22 22 Dallas Cowboys (from CLE (10-6)) – CB/FS Reggie Smith, Oklahoma

    23 23 Pittsburgh Steelers (10-6) – OT Jeff Otah, Pittsburgh

    24 24 Tennessee Titans (10-6) – WR Limas Sweed, Texas

    25 25 Seattle Seahawks (10-6) – RB Felix Jones, Arkansas

    26 26 Jacksonville Jaguars (11-5) – DE Phillip Merling, Clemson

    27 27 San Diego Chargers (11-5) – OT Gosder Cherilus, Boston College

    28 28 Dallas Cowboys (13-3) – CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Tennessee St.

    29 29 San Francisco 49ers (from IND (13-3)) – WR Mario Manningham, Michigan

    30 30 Green Bay Packers (13-3) – OLB Dan Connor, Penn St.

    31 31 New England Patriots (16-0) (forfeit)

    32 32 New York Giants (10-6) – DT Kentwan Balmer, North Carolina


    ROUND TWO

    01 33 Miami Dolphins (1-15) – DE/LB Quentin Groves, Auburn

    02 34 St. Louis Rams (3-13) – OT Sam Baker, Southern Cal

    03 35 +Oakland Raiders (4-12) – OT Carl Nicks, Nebraska

    04 36 +Kansas City Chiefs (4-12) - DE Lawrence Jackson, Southern Cal

    05 37 New York Jets (4-12) – NT Pat Sims, Auburn

    06 38 +Atlanta Falcons (4-12) – QB Chad Henne, Michigan

    07 39 Baltimore Ravens (5-11) – CB Antoine Cason, Arizona

    08 40 San Francisco 49ers (5-11) – OLB Erin Henderson, Maryland

    09 41 New Orleans Saints (7-9) – ILB Curtis Lofton, Oklahoma

    10 42 Buffalo Bills (7-9) – TE Fred Davis, Southern Cal

    11 43 Denver Broncos (7-9) – OT Anthony Collins, Kansas

    12 44 Carolina Panthers (7-9) – QB Andre’ Woodson, Kentucky

    13 45 Chicago Bears (7-9) – QB Joe Flacco, Delaware

    14 46 Detroit Lions (7-9) – CB Tracy Porter, Indiana

    15 47 Cincinnati Bengals (7-9) – OLB Ali Highsmith, Louisiana St.

    16 48 Minnesota Vikings (8-8) – WR Devin Thomas, Michigan St.

    17 49 Atlanta Falcons (from HOU (8-8)) – OT Oniel Cousins, Texas-El Paso

    18 50 Philadelphia Eagles (8-8) – CB Charles Godfrey, Iowa

    19 51 Arizona Cardinals (8-8) – DE Darrell Robertson, Georgia Tech

    20 52 Washington Redskins (9-7) – WR James Hardy, Indiana

    21 53 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-7) – WR Early Doucet, Louisiana St.

    22 54 Cleveland Browns (10-6) – NT Ahtyba Rubin, Iowa St.

    23 55 Pittsburgh Steelers (10-6) – OG Branden Albert, Virginia

    24 56 Tennessee Titans (10-6) – TE Martellus Bennett, Texas A&M

    25 57 Seattle Seahawks (10-6) – TE John Carlson, Notre Dame

    26 58 Jacksonville Jaguars (11-5) – WR Andre Caldwell, Florida

    27 59 Miami Dolphins (from SD (11-5)) – FS Thomas DeCoud, California

    28 60 Dallas Cowboys (13-3) – RB Chris Johnson, East Carolina

    29 61 Indianapolis Colts (13-3) – OG Roy Schuening, Oregon St.

    30 62 Green Bay Packers (13-3) – CB Brandon Flowers, Virginia Tech

    31 63 New England Patriots (16-0) – ILB Phillip Wheeler, Georgia Tech

    32 64 New York Giants (10-6) – WR Donnie Avery, Houston



    ROUND THREE

    01 65 Miami Dolphins (1-15) – OT Heath Benedict, Newberry

    02 66 St. Louis Rams (3-13) – DE Chris Ellis, Virginia Tech

    03 67 +Kansas City Chiefs (4-12) – WR Lavelle Hawkins, California

    04 68 New York Jets (4-12) – CB Patrick Lee, Auburn

    05 69 +Atlanta Falcons (4-12) – OT Tony Hills, Texas

    06 70 +New England Patriots (from OAK (4-12)) – ILB Jerod Mayo, Tennessee

    07 71 San Francisco 49ers (5-11) – OLB Shawn Crable, Michigan

    08 72 Buffalo Bills (from BAL (5-11)) – OLB Geno Hayes, Florida St.

    09 73 Buffalo Bills (7-9) – WR Adarius Bowman, Oklahoma St.

    10 74 Chicago Bears (7-9) – RB Jamaal Charles, Texas

    11 75 Detroit Lions (7-9) – RB Ray Rice, Rutgerss

    12 76 Cincinnati Bengals (7-9) – TE Martin Rucker, Missouri

    13 77 New Orleans Saints (7-9) – DT Dre Moore, Maryland

    14 78 Minnesota Vikings (from DEN (7-9)) – SS DaJuan Morgan, North Carolina St.

    15 79 Carolina Panthers (7-9) – SS Craig Steltz, Louisiana St.

    16 80 Houston Texans (8-8) – CB Justin King, Penn St.

    17 81 Philadelphia Eagles (8-8) – ILB Tavares Gooden, Miami (FL)

    18 82 Arizona Cardinals (8-8) – CB Trae Williams, South Florida

    19 83 Minnesota Vikings (8-8) – TE Jermichael Finley, Texas

    20 84 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-7) – DT Trevor Laws, Notre Dame

    21 85 Washington Redskins (9-7) – CB Terrell Thomas, Southern Cal

    22 86 Cleveland Browns (10-6) – DE/OLB Jason Jones, Eastern Michigan

    23 87 Pittsburgh Steelers (10-6) – FS Simeon Castille, Alabama

    24 88 Tennessee Titans (10-6) – DE Cliff Avril, Purdue

    25 89 Seattle Seahawks (10-6) – OG Eric Young, Tennessee

    26 90 Jacksonville Jaguars (11-5) – OLB Xavier Adibi, Virginia Tech

    27 91 Chicago Bears (from SD (11-5)) – DT DeMario Pressley, North Carolina St.

    28 92 Dallas Cowboys (13-3) – WR Earl Bennett, Vanderbilt

    29 93 Indianapolis Colts (13-3) – DE Jeremy Thompson, Wake Forest

    30 94 Green Bay Packers (13-3) – FS Marcus Griffin, Texas

    31 95 New England Patriots (16-0) – RB Matt Forte, Tulane

    32 96 New York Giants (10-6) – OLB Beau Bell, Nevada-Las Vegas

  • #2
    I can't complain with the Packers first two picks, but I'm not sure if safety is that big of a need anymore with GB. Bigby really progressed throughout the season and Collins is consistently above average. Aaron Rouse is a solid backup and maybe in the 5th round Green Bay looks for a fourth safety


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    • #3
      good Oakland draft.
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      • #4
        Great Ravens draft. Good Houston pick, I'd prefer Terrell Thomas in the 3rd, but King is a good pick.

        Baltimore: 7-4

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        • #5
          pretty solid bears draft even though i'm not a fan of Flacco i'd prefer Devin Thomas but I could see us taking him.

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          • #6
            Solid Phins draft.

            Not a huge fan of DeCoud though, and safety is not a HUGE need, as long as we resign Yeremiah Bell, and Jason Allen's play continues to improve the way it has.

            That being said, I would rather take Phillip Wheeler there instead, and Justin King instead of Benedict in the 3rd.

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

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            • #7
              The Lions take a CB in the first two rounds? I think ILB in the second round would be better.
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              • #8
                Amazing Cowboys draft.

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                • #9
                  not a bad giants draft

                  1st- good pick
                  2nd- id rather have patrick lee there, though a WR isnt out of the picture
                  3rd- ok, not the biggest bell fan. rather have Demps there
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                  • #10
                    I don't think you meant to have the Bengals take a linebacker in both the 1st and 2nd round. If you did, it's no good. They need defensive line with probably 2 of the first 3 picks.

                    I'd rather have Harvey in round 1 and a more versatile linebacker in Wheeler in round 2.

                    Also you forgot Erin Henderson, he's a solid 2nd round pick.

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                    • #11
                      Erin Henderson is #40, and yes, I did goof on Cincinnati's first two rounds, usually I do have Harvey. I was trying new stuff without looking at rankings or anything so it came out kind of weird

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                      • #12
                        wow, thats a pretty good bears draft. i would be happy with that on draft day.

                        got an OT who can start right away at RT (or even G) and develop to be LT someday.

                        got a QB who can sit behind some combination of what we already have for a year or so.

                        got a speedy RB to split time/possibly replace the underachieving benson.

                        and got a big DT to eat up some blockers next to tommie harris.

                        nice. i think that might be an A+ bears draft, good job

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by RavenOfProphecy View Post
                          Erin Henderson is #40, and yes, I did goof on Cincinnati's first two rounds, usually I do have Harvey. I was trying new stuff without looking at rankings or anything so it came out kind of weird
                          That's weird. I searched for Henderson and it didn't come up...

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                          • #14
                            Lions won't spend their first two picks on CB's.

                            Give us either a DE like Harvey in Rd. 1, or a MLB like Wheeler in Rd. 2.

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                            • #15
                              1.) Leodis McKelvin - Good pick I guess
                              2.) Fred Davis - Good pick
                              3.) Geno Hayes - I dont like this pick. I like Tavares Gooden A LOT more. I'd rather go with him.
                              3.) Adarius Bowman - Great pick


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