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    Brief explanations.

    Round 1

    1. Miami Dolphins: Chris Long l DE l Virginia

    It looks like its between him, Jake Long, and Matt Ryan here but it's still Chris' spot to lose.

    2. St. Louis Rams: Jake Long l OT l Michigan

    Who knows how long Orlando Pace will be playing after a season ending injury. Long and Alex Barron could give the Rams a good young OT tandem.

    3. Atlanta Falcons: Matt Ryan l QB l Boston College

    The signing of Michael Turner eliminates Darren McFadden here. Atlanta needs a new face for their franchise and Matt Ryan has the tools to be a franchise QB.

    4. Oakland Raiders: Darren McFadden l RB l Arkansas

    Some people may have a DT here but the fact that they gave Tommy Kelly such a lucrative contract tells me that they really like him. Besides, we all know Al Davis loves the sexy pick.

    5. Kansas City Chiefs: Glenn Dorsey l DT l LSU

    Kansas City's most glaring need is on the OL but Ryan Clady would be a reach here. Dorsey would be a talent they couldn't pass on and would also fill a need.

    6. New York (Jets): Vernon Gholston l DE/OLB l Ohio St.

    The acquisition of Kris Jenkins may eliminate Sedrick Ellis as a NT but they could still select him as a DE. The Jets could use help at LB even with the signing of Calvin Pace.

    7. New England Patriots: Leodis McKelvin l CB l Troy

    If Gholston fell to them he'd be the pick. McKelvin will replace Asante Samuel.

    8. Baltimore Ravens: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie l CB l Tennessee St.

    Baltimore still needs a QB but they isn't one worth taking at this pick. DRC will help Baltimore out in their secondary where Samari Rolle is burnable and Chris McAllister has been injury plagued.

    9. Cincinnati Bengals: Sedrick Ellis l DT l USC

    Ellis has great value here and the Bengals attempt to aquire Shaun Rodgers shows they need a DT.

    10. New Orleans Saints: Keith Rivers l OLB l USC

    The trade for Jonathan Vilma doesn't eliminate a LB here. They could still use an upgrade over Scott Fujita and Scott Shanle. CB is probably their biggest need but they always seem to disperse from taking one early.

    11. Buffalo Bills: Limas Sweed l WR l Texas

    The Bills need a big WR to compliment the speedy Lee Evans. Sweed helped his stock at the combine by running in the high 4.4s.

    12. Denver Broncos: Ryan Clady l OT l Boise St.

    Clady is a perfect fit for the Zone Blocking System that Denver uses. He'll replace Matt Lepsis at LT.

    13. Carolina Panthers: Kentwan Balmer l DT l North Carolina

    Balmer will replace Kris Jenkins at DT. The Panthers really need help along the DL so Julius Peppers doesn't disappear again.

    14. Chicago Bears: Chris Williams l OT l Vanderbilt

    Williams will add some youth to the Bears aging OL.

    15. Detroit Lions: Rashard Mendenhall l RB l Illinois

    Mendenhall saw his stock rise at the combine and the Lions could use a back to pair with Kevin Jones.

    16. Arizona Cardinals: Mike Jenkins l CB l USF

    The Cardinals could use a CB since there's rumors Antrell Rolle may move to Safety.

    17. Minnesota Vikings: Derrick Harvey l DE l Florida

    The signing of Bernard Berrian should eliminate any possibility of a WR here. The Vikings could badly use a DE.

    18. Houston Texans: Jonathan Stewart l RB l Oregon

    a CB like Talib would also make sense here but Stewart has great value here and fills a need.

    19. Philadelphia Eagles: Philip Merling l DE l Clemson

    We all know the Eagles are well known for taking Lineman in the first round. Merling will replace Jevon Kearse.

    20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DeSean Jackson l WR l California

    Once Galloway hangs up the cleats, they'll have nothing to get excited about at WR. Jackson gives them a vertical threat and a great kick returner.

    21. Washington Redskins: James Hardy l WR l Indiana

    The Redskins could use a big WR to compliment Santana Moss and Antwan Randel El. The 'Skins WRs disappeared this year.

    22. Dallas Cowboys: Aqib Talib l CB l Kansas

    Jacques Reeves is long gone and a CB is needed.

    23. Pittsburgh Steelers: Brandon Albert l OG l Virginia

    Albert is a versatile OL that can play Tackle or Guard at the next level. He'll replace Alan Faneca.

    24. Tennessee Titans: Devin Thomas l WR l Michigan St.

    Thomas may have bumped his stock up into the first round with a good combine. He's one of my favorite WRs in this class and fills a huge need.

    25. Seattle Seahawks: Malcolm Kelly l WR l Oklahoma

    Seattle has some depth at WR with Branch, Burleson, and Engram, but they don't have that #1 receiver they need to rely on. The signing of Julius Jones eliminates a RB.

    26. Jacksonville Jaguars: Kenny Philips l S l Miami

    Philips had a bad junoir year but should still go around the end of the first. The Jags don't have many needs so Philips could compete with Gerald Sensabaugh at SS. Philips and Nelson would make a great young safety tandem.

    27. San Diego Chargers: Gosder Cherilus l RT l Boston College

    He'll replace Shane Olivea at RT to maintain a great OL.

    28. Dallas Cowboys: Felix Jones l RB l Arkansas

    Jones will complement Marion Barber and provide kick return ability.

    29. San Francisco: Jeff Otah l OT l Pittsurgh

    The 9ers could use some help in the trenches and Otah would form a good young OT tandem with last years first round pick, Joe Staley.

    30. Green Bay Packers: Reggie Smith l DB l Oklahoma

    Smith is a versitale DB that could help the Pack at S and CB. Woodson and Harris are aging.

    31. New York (Giants): Dan Connor l OLB l Penn St.

    Kawika Mitchell left through free agency so they'll need to replace him. I see Connor going around the same time Paul Pozluzsny went last year.

    Round 2

    32. Miami Dolphins: Sam Baker l OT l USC
    33. St. Louis Rams: Lawrence Jackson l DE l USC
    34. Oakland Raiders: Pat Sims l DT l Auburn
    35. Kansas City Chiefs: Brandon Flowers l CB l Virginia Tech
    36. New York (Jets): Patrick Lee l CB l Auburn
    37. Atlanta Falcons: Carl Nicks l OT l Nebraska
    38. Baltimore Ravens: Brian Brohm l QB l Louisville
    39. San Francisco 49ers: Early Doucet l WR l LSU
    40. New Orleans Saints: Fred Davis l TE l USC
    41. Buffalo Bills: Antoine Cason l CB l Arizona
    42. Denver Broncos: Mario Manningham l WR l Michigan
    43. Carolina Panthers: Calais Campbell l DE l Miami
    44. Chicago Bears: Joe Flacco l QB l Delaware
    45. Detroit Lions: Erin Henderson l LB l Maryland
    46. Cincinnati Bengals: Jerod Mayo l LB l Tennessee
    47. Minnesota Vikings: Tyvon Branch l CB l Connecticut
    48. Atlanta Falcons: Trevor Laws l DT l Notre Dame
    49. Philadelphia Eagles: Curtis Lofton l LB l Oklahoma
    50. Arizona Cardinals: Chris Johnson l RB l East Carolina
    51. Washington Redskins: Cliff Avril l OLB l Purdue
    52. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Quentin Groves l DE l Auburn
    53. Pittsburgh Steelers: Tracy Porter l CB l Indiana
    54. Tennessee Titans: Chilo Rachal l OG l USC
    55. Seattle Seahawks: Dustin Keller l TE l Purdue
    56. Green Bay Packers: Roy Schuening l OG l Oregon St.
    57. Miami Dolphins: Chad Henne l QB l Michigan
    58. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jason Jones l DE l Eastern Michigan
    59. Indianapolis Colts: Tavares Gooden l OLB l Miami
    60. Green Bay Packers: Jamaal Charles l RB l Texas
    61. Dallas Cowboys: Andre Caldwell l WR l Florida
    62. New England Patriots: Jonathan Goff l ILB l Vanderbilt
    63. New York (Giants): DeJuan Morgan l S l NC St.
    Last edited by bbbtalb0; 03-09-2008, 08:44 AM.

  • #2
    I like the pick only if reggie smith and kenny phillips are off the board. Smith should be the pick here.


    • #3
      love the second round pick for the patriots, mckelvin will not go the pats, hes a man cover corner, not a scheme capable corner that the patriots play

      Thanks to BoneKrusher for this amazing sig!

      Go Gators/Pats/Celts/Red Sox!


      • #4
        Originally posted by proshoota25 View Post
        love the second round pick for the patriots, mckelvin will not go the pats, hes a man cover corner, not a scheme capable corner that the patriots play
        That was a tough pick for me to make. I didn't want to give them a CB but no other pick would really make sense. Who do you think would be the pick there?


        • #5
          at the 7 spot, if vernon Gholston is there at that pick, hes the obvious choice. if they are looking at CB, Jenkins is the only viable schematic corner worthy of a choice in that area. I think they will end up going either ILB or DE/OLB. I say they may take Keith Rivers and my darkhorse is Derrick Harvey, BB loves the Urban Meyer and the Gator programs and they have ties with one another. at the end of the day though, i really believe this pick will be traded for someone who is falling, such as a mcfadden, ellis, or one of the corners.
          Last edited by proshoota25; 03-08-2008, 04:51 PM.

          Thanks to BoneKrusher for this amazing sig!

          Go Gators/Pats/Celts/Red Sox!


          • #6
            Not a big fan of Regie Smith heading to Green Bay because he doesn't have that definite one position....then schuenning is awful value in round 2 and reminder that the Packers have the browns 2nd rounder

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            • #7
              Great Cardinals Draft


              • #8
                I don't love the Chiefs draft. While both Dorsey and Flowers would be excellent additions, not drafting an offensive lineman with the first two picks would be bad.

                Good job overall on the mock though!

                Originally posted by fenikz
                His soft D really turns me off
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                • #9
                  Diggin' the Bengals mock. Takes care of our two biggest needs.


                  • #10
                    give KC Carl Nicks in RD 2 and I will be happier


                    • #11
                      I would rather have Nicks than Baker, but other than that, it's a pretty solid phins draft.

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


                      • #12
                        PERFECT day 1 for Buffalo.
                        +rep for you.

                        Originally Posted by scottyboy
                        my lord...I cannot imagine such a world where I can mention Raymell Rice's thighs around a girl and not be the only one sexually aroused
                        But for everyone reading this in Buffalo and Cleveland and everywhere else, take solace in the following: As crazy as it sounds, you're lucky. Your Mount Everest experience is still ahead of you. It's waiting, and it's glorious.- Bill Simmons


                        • #13
                          Good Baltimore & Houston picks in the first, I'd rather have Calais Campbell or Erin Henderson in Round 2.

                          Baltimore: 7-4


                          • #14
                            Solid Falcons draft.


                            • #15
                              Don't like the second 49ers pick. Receiver is a need but with Groves there, we couldn't pass on him.



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