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    Outside the box mock draft with trades

    Will continue once comp picks are announced. What do you think so far?

    Round 1

    1 Miami Dolphins- Chris Long DE Virginia
    2 St. Louis Rams- Glenn Dorsey DT LSU
    3 Atlanta Falcons- Matt Ryan QB Boston College
    4 Oakland Raiders- Sedric Ellis DT USC
    5 New England Patriots- Vernon Gholston DE Ohio St. (from Kansas City for N.E. 7th overall 94 overall and 2009 3rd round pick)
    6 New York Jets- Darren McFadden RB Arkansas
    7 Kansas City Chiefs- Jake long OT Michigan (from N.E. via S.F.)
    8 Baltimore Ravens- Ryan Clady OT Boise St.
    9 Cincinnati Bengals- Phillip Merling DE Clemson
    10 New Orleans Saints- Leodis McKelvin CB Troy State
    11 Buffalo Bills- Dominque Rodgers-Cromartie CB Tennessee St.
    12 Denver Broncos- Chris Williams OT Vanderbilt
    13 Carolina Panthers- Kenny Phillips S Miami
    14 Chicago Bears- Rashard Mendenhall RB Illinois
    15 Detroit Lions- Keith Rivers LB USC
    16 Arizona Cardinals- Mike Jenkins CB South Florida
    17 Minnesota Vikings- Derrick Harvey DE Florida
    18 Houston Texans- Albert Brandon OG Virginia
    19 Philadelphia Eagles- DeSean Jackson WR California
    20 Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Quentin Groves DE Auburn
    21 Washington Redskins- Malcolm Kelly WR Oklahoma
    22 Dallas Cowboys- Felix Jones RB Arkansas(from Cleveland)
    23 Green Bay Packers- Aqib Talib CB Kansas (from Pittsburgh for the 30th and 221st overall picks)
    24 Tennessee Titans- Limas Sweed WR Texas
    25 Seattle Seahawks- John Carlson TE Notre Dame
    26 Jacksonville Jaguars- Josh Barrett SS Arizona St.
    27 San Diego Chargers- Reggie Smith FS Oklahoma
    28 Dallas Cowboys- James Hardy WR Indiana
    29 San Francisco 49ers- Trevor Laws DL Notre Dame (from Indianapolis)
    30 Pittsburgh Steelers- Jeff Otah OT Pittsburgh
    — New England Patriots Selection forfeited — —
    31 New York Giants- Dan Connor LB Penn St.

    Round 2

    32 Miami Dolphins- Brian Brohm QB Louisville
    33 St. Louis Rams- Devin Thomas WR Michigan St.
    34 Atlanta Falcons- Carl Nick OT Nebraska (from Oakland for D. Hall)
    35 Kansas City Chiefs- Jonathan Stewart RB Oregon
    36 New York Jets- Early Doucet WR LSU
    37 Atlanta Falcons- Dustin Keller TE Purdue
    38 Baltimore Ravens- Jerod Mayo ILB Tennessee
    39 San Francisco 49ers- Curtis Lofton ILB Oklahoma
    40 New Orleans Saints- Kentwan Balmer DT North Carolina
    41 Buffalo Bills- Martellus Bennett TE Texas A&M
    42 Denver Broncos- Chris Johnson RB East Carolina
    43 Carolina Panthers- Gosder Cherilus OT Boston College
    44 Chicago Bears- Sam Baker OT USC
    45 Detroit Lions- Lawrence Jackson DE USC
    46 Cincinnati Bengals- Pat Sims DT Auburn
    47 Minnesota Vikings- John David Booty QB USC
    48 Atlanta Falcons- Dre Moore DT Maryland (from Houston)
    49 Philadelphia Eagles- Heath Benedict OT Newberry
    50 Arizona Cardinals- Calais Campbell DE Miami
    51 Washington Redskins- Tom Zbikowski SS Notre Dame
    52 Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Marcus Howard OLB Georgia
    53 Miami Dolphins- Chilo Rachal OG USC (from Pittsburgh for pick # 64, & #96)
    54 Tennessee Titans- Cliff Avril DE Purdue
    55 Seattle Seahawks- Lavelle Hawkins WR California
    56 Green Bay Packers- Jason Jones DE Eastern Michigan (from Cleveland)
    57 Miami Dolphins- Antione Cason CB Arizona St. (from San Diego)
    58 Jacksonville Jaguars- Chris Ellis DE Virginia Tech
    59 Indianapolis Colts- Marcus Harrison DT Arkansas
    60 Green Bay Packers- Chad Henne QB Michigan
    61 Dallas Cowboys- Patrick Lee CB Auburn
    62 New England Patriots- Tracy Porter CB Indiana
    63 New York Giants- DaJuan Morgan S North Carolina St.

    Round 3

    64 Pittsburgh Steelers- Brandon Flowers CB Virginia Tech
    65 St. Louis Rams- Thomas DeCoud S California
    66 Kansas City Chiefs- Justin King CB Penn St.
    67 Carolina Panthers- Fred Davis TE USC (from New York Jets)
    68 Atlanta Falcons- Charles Godfrey CB Iowa
    69 New England Patriots- Beau Bell ILB UNLV (from Oakland)
    70 San Francisco 49ers- Earl Bennett WR Vanderbilt
    71 Jacksonville Jaguars- Kevin Smith RB Central Florida (from Baltimore via Buffalo)
    72 Buffalo Bills- Eddie Royal WR Virginia Tech
    73 Minnesota Vikings- Oniel Cousins OT U.T.E.P. (from Denver)
    74 Carolina Panthers- Jeremy Thompson DE Wake Forest
    75 Chicago Bears- Joe Flacco QB Delaware
    76 Detroit Lions- Brad Cottam TE Tennessee
    77 Cincinnati Bengals- Tony Hills OT Texas
    78 New Orleans Saints- Martin Rucker TE Missouri
    79 Houston Texans- Chevis Jackson CB LSU
    80 Philadelphia Eagles- Terrell Thomas CB USC
    81 Arizona Cardinals- Ray Rice RB Rutgers
    82 Minnesota Vikings- Mario Manningham WR Michigan
    83 Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Jerome Simpson WR Coastal Carolina
    84 Washington Redskins- Red Bryant DT Texas A&M
    85 Tennessee Titans- Erin Henderson OLB Maryland
    86 Seattle Seahawks- Roy Shuening OG Oregon St.
    87 Detroit Lions-Jonathan Goff MLB Vanderbilt (from Cleveland)
    88 Pittsburgh Steelers- Tyrell Johnson S Arkansas St.
    89 Jacksonville Jaguars- Terrence Wheatley CB Colorado
    90 Chicago Bears- Craig Steltz SS LSU (from San Diego)
    91 Pittsburgh Steelers- Shawn Crable OLB Michigan
    92 Dallas Cowboys- Ahtyba Rubin DL Iowa St.
    93 Indianapolis Colts- Wesley Woodyard OLB Kentucky
    94 Kansas City Chiefs- Andre Caldwell WR Florida (from New England)
    95 New York Giants- Xavier Adibi OLB Virginia Tech

  • #2
    decent redskins draft nothing to get happy about
    RIP Sean Michael Taylor

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    • #3
      Okay Baltimore Draft. I like Mayo pick, but someone like Calais Campbell would fill a bigger need.
      Don't like Houston's 1st at all, I'd rather have Reggie Smith or Talib.
      Give Houston Ray Rice in the 3rd, running back is a bigger need or Terrell Thomas(IMO is a better corner then Jackson.

      You really have Josh Barrett in the first?!

      Baltimore: 7-4

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      • #4
        If the Chiefs could trade down, get an extra 3rd this year and next, and still get Jake Long I think I'd be in heaven. I don't quite understand Jonathan Stewart in the second, but the rest of the picks are solid.

        As a Chiefs fan, I won't complain.

        Originally posted by fenikz
        His soft D really turns me off
        ** RIP themaninblack. You will be missed. **

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        • #5
          Great now the lions just need to adress the fact we have absolutely nobody at RB, ILB and SLB! Oh and did I mention DT? DT as well. But hey, at least we got tight end done, which was very high on our priority list!!!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by 21ST View Post
            decent redskins draft nothing to get happy about
            Thanks

            Originally posted by Yung Flippa View Post
            Okay Baltimore Draft. I like Mayo pick, but someone like Calais Campbell would fill a bigger need.
            Don't like Houston's 1st at all, I'd rather have Reggie Smith or Talib.
            Give Houston Ray Rice in the 3rd, running back is a bigger need or Terrell Thomas(IMO is a better corner then Jackson.

            You really have Josh Barrett in the first?!
            So are you a Texans fan or a Ravens fan? And I said it was outside the box. Barrett was listed as a 6-1 223lbs safety with marginal speed and hips. A good college player with little upside. Now he ran a 4.35 at 6-2 225lbs his good college career looks to be able to be a good pro career. He hits like a brick and has good ball skills. Best SS prospect in my book for 2008.

            Originally posted by vidae-KC View Post
            If the Chiefs could trade down, get an extra 3rd this year and next, and still get Jake Long I think I'd be in heaven. I don't quite understand Jonathan Stewart in the second, but the rest of the picks are solid.

            As a Chiefs fan, I won't complain.
            Figured if the Patriots wanted Gholston they'd need to get ahead of the Jets to do it. And I took Stewart because the Chiefs could use a back-up and Stewart will fall a little due to his injury but was once a top 15 pick and a steal in the second.

            Originally posted by Addict View Post
            Great now the lions just need to adress the fact we have absolutely nobody at RB, ILB and SLB! Oh and did I mention DT? DT as well. But hey, at least we got tight end done, which was very high on our priority list!!!
            It's not my fault the Lions suck and have more holes to fill than Jenna Jameson!

            Did I not fill needs with all three picks? Do the Lions need an OLB? And Does Keith Rivers fill that need and is he not an EXCELLENT value at 15 when most project him top ten? Is DE not a need? And did I not fill that with Lawrence Jackson DE USC? Is TE not a need? And did I not fill that with Brad Cottam?

            Yes the Lions need a RB, ILB, and a DT. Also, besides the OLB, DE, and TE I already drafted for them they need a QB, OG, CB and safety!

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            • #7
              Skins pick Zbikowski in the second?

              That's not out of the box, that's just dumb.

              And Sweed > Kelly for the Redskins IMO.

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              • #8
                Um...that Patriots mock is pretty awful, only because of the first-round trade. KC would take Long at #5 and the Patriots would be able to get either McFadden or Gholston without moving up.

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                • #9
                  The giants mock is good, but we wouldnt take two LBs in the first 3 rounds

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                  • #10
                    for the bears:

                    i like mendenhall with chris williams off the board. good backup choice.

                    but as for baker....he doesnt fit what the bears do at all. unless he moves to LG, he really just isnt the kind of guy they play at T. so while T is a need, he doesnt really fill it quite right. given whos on the board, id rather see simms or moore at DT or even reach for benedict to play RT.

                    flacco in the third is good. about where he should go, but i bet he gets pushed up draft boards closer to the draft. wouldnt surprise me to see him go in round 1 now.

                    and steltz really doesnt fit the bears scheme. so while S is a need, he doesnt fill it because of the scheme. the bears need quick coverage safeties for thier cover 2

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                    • #11
                      That would be a perfect Cardinals draft, Campbell in the 2nd is a huge steal

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                      • #12
                        Jackson si at a position of need for the Eagles, but he is not wha they are lookinf for in a WR. The Eagles need a true #1 WR and Jackson will never be one. Sweed or Kelly would be better options here. In the second, OT is a good pick, I like that. I would change the Eagles third round pick to Tyrell Johnson.
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                        • #13
                          Josh Barrett = way out of the box. That is by far the dumbest pick I've seen for the Jags.

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                          • #14
                            I highly doubt NE would move up from the #7 slot.

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                            • #15
                              Absolutely crazy, first off, to think that with Jake Long, sitting at #5, the Chiefs would trade back and that someone would trade up with them to NOT pick Jake Long. Doesn't make sense

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