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    2007 NFL Mock Draft

    Round 1

    1. Oakland - Calvin Johnson, WR Georgia Tech

    2. Detroit - Jermarcus Russell, QB LSU

    3. Cleveland - Brady Quinn, QB Notre Dame

    4. Tampa Bay - Joe Thomas, OT Wisconsin

    5. Arizona - Levi Brown, OT Penn St.

    6. Washington - Gaines Adams, DE Clemson

    7. Minnesota - Leon Hall, CB Michigan

    8. Atlanta - Laron Landry, FS LSU

    9. Miami - Alan Branch, DT Michigan

    10. Houston - Adrian Peterson, RB Oklahoma

    11. San Francisco - Patrick Willis, LB Mississippi

    12. Buffalo - Darrelle Revis, CB Pittsburgh

    13. St. Louis - Amobi Okoye, DT Louisville

    14. Carolina - Robert Meachem, WR Tennessee

    15. Pittsburgh - Adam Carriker, DE Nebraska

    16. Green Bay - Greg Olsen, TE Miami (FL)

    17. Jacksonville - Reggie Nelson, FS Florida

    18. Cincinnati - Jammal Anderson, DE Arkansas

    19. Tennessee - Chris Houston, CB Arkansas

    20. NYG - Jon Beason, LB Miami (FL)

    21. Denver - Joe Staley, OT Central Michigan

    22. Dallas - Ted Ginn Jr., WR Ohio St.

    23. Kansas City - Dwayne Bowe, WR LSU

    24. New England - Anthony Spencer, OLB Purdue

    25. NYJ - Jarvis Moss, OLB Florida

    26. Philadelphia - Lawrence Timmons, LB Florida St.

    27. New Orleans - Aaron Ross, CB Texas

    28. New England (From Seattle) - Michael Griffin, S Texas

    29. Baltimore - Paul Posluszny - LB Penn St.

    30. San Diego - David Harris, LB Michigan

    31. Chicago - Ben Grubbs, OG Auburn

    32. Indianapolis - Justin Durant, LB Hampton

    Round 2

    33. Oakland - Justin Blaylock, OG Texas

    34. Detroit - Aaron Sears, OL Tennessee

    35. Tampa Bay - LaMarr Woodley, DE Michigan

    36. Cleveland - Marshawn Lynch, RB Cal

    37. Chicago (From NYJ/Wash) - Dwayne Jarrett, WR USC

    38. Arizona - Tim Crowder, DE/OLB Texas

    39. Atlanta (From Houston) - Justin Harrell, DT Tennessee

    40. Miami - Zach Miller, TE Arizona St.

    41. Minnesota - Steve Smith, WR USC

    42. San Francisco - Sidney Rice, WR South Carolina

    43. Buffalo - Kenny Irons, RB Auburn

    44. Atlanta - Tony Ugoh, OT Arkansas

    45. Carolina - Brandon Meriweather, S Miami (FL)

    46. Pittsburgh - Charles Johnson, DE/OLB Georgia

    47. Green Bay - Brian Leonard, RB Rutgers

    48. Jacksonville - Ikaika Alama-Francis, DE Hawaii

    49. Cincinnati - Marcus McCauley, CB Fresno St.

    50. Tennessee - Anthony Gonzalez, WR Ohio St.

    51. NYG - James Marten, OT BC

    52. St. Louis - Tanard Jackson, CB Syracuse

    53. Dallas - Eric Wright, CB UNLV

    54. Kansas City - Ryan Harris, OT Notre Dame

    55. Seattle - Quentin Moses, DE Georgia

    56. Denver - Ray McDonald, DE/DT Florida

    57. Philadelphia - Chris Henry, RB Arizona

    58. New Orleans - Victor Abiamiri, DE Notre Dame

    59. NYJ - Ben Patrick, TE Delaware

    60. Miami (From New England) - Ryan Kalil, OC USC

    61. Baltimore - Craig Davis, WR LSU

    62. San Diego - Sabby Piscitelli, S Oregon St.

    63. NYJ (From Chicago) - Ryan McBean, DE Oklahoma St.

    64. Tampa Bay (From Indianapolis) - Tank Tyler, DT NC St.

    Round 3

    65. Oakland - Trent Edwards, QB Stanford

    66. Detroit - Quincy Black, LB New Mexico

    67. Cleveland - Turk McBride, DE Tennessee

    68. Tampa Bay - Daymeion Hughes, CB Cal

    69. Arizona - Josh Wilson, CB Maryland

    70. Denver (From Washington) - Jason Hill, WR Washington St.

    71. Miami - Fred Bennett, CB South Carolina

    72. Minnesota - Eric Weddle, DB Utah

    73. Houston - Marcus Thomas, DT Florida

    74. Buffalo - Buster Davis, LB Florida St.

    75. Atlanta - Michael Bush, RB Louisville

    76. San Francisco - Samson Satele, IOL Hawaii

    77. Pittsburgh - Josh Beekman, OG BC

    78. Green Bay - Quinn Picock, DT Ohio St.

    79. Jacksonville - Drew Stanton, QB Michigan St.

    80. Cincinnati - ***Forfeited****

    81. Tennessee - Marshal Yanda, OL Iowa

    82. NYG - Antonio Pittman, RB Ohio St.

    83. St. Louis - Lorenzo Booker, RB Florida St.

    84. Carolina - Stewart Bradley, OLB Nebraska

    85. Kansas City - Jonathan Wade, CB Tennessee

    86. Seattle - Martrez Milner, TE Georgia

    87. Denver - Walter Thomas, NW Mississippi C.C.

    88. Dallas - Mason Crosby, K Colorado

    89. New Orleans - Aundrae Allison, WR East Carolina

    90. NYJ - Paul Soliai, DT Utah

    91. Philadelphia - Josh Gattis, S Wake Forest

    92. New England - Tony Hunt, RB Penn St.

    93. Buffalo (From Baltimore) - Jacoby Jones, WR Lane

    94. San Diego - Johnnie Lee Higgins, WR UTEP

    95. Chicago - Rufus Alexander, OLB Oklahoma

    96. Indianapolis - Kenny Scott, CB Georgia Tech

    97. San Diego (Comp.) - Baraka Atkins, DE Miami (FL)

    98. San Francisco (Comp.) - Michael Coe, CB Alabama St.

    99. Indianapolis (Comp.) - Brandon Jackson, RB Nebraska

    100. Oakland - Doug Free, OT Northern Illinois
    Last edited by whiterat29; 04-17-2007, 06:37 PM.

  • #2
    1st Round - D- We dont need a Nickel Back in the 1st round Id much rather see Adrian peterson there before of BPA

    2nd Round - C- with Sidney Rice there I'd rather see him instead of Steve Smith

    3rd Round - F--- Because You had us taking one in the first then one in the 3rd? Id rather see a DE or an OL.

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    • #3
      Michael Griffin (first) and Tony Hunt (third) are good picks for the Pats, but an ILB like Paul Posluszny or David Harris would be better than DE/OLB Anthony Spencer at 24.


      • #4
        Minnesota Vikings pick recap and opinions.
        7. Minnesota - Leon Hall, CB Michigan
        41. Minnesota - Steve Smith, WR USC
        72. Minnesota - Fred Bennett, CB South Carolina

        Pick 1 - Not only is Hall NOT a top 7 talent he at best would be our nickel back / dime back. We're not going to take a guy that doesn't have a chance to make a signifigant difference year 1.
        Please put Adrian Peterson , Amobi Okoye there. Both make much more sense.

        Pick 2 - I can see Smith being a decent pick, however I think it's hard
        to pass on a guy like Abriamini, Charles Johnson , Quentin Moses,
        Sid Rice or Tony Ugoh there. seeing as how Smith was never a #1 option at USC ...I'm not sure he is the guy to make that kind of transition to the NFL AND take on the roll of "expected star WR"...WR's typically are better
        when they come in "under the radar". I expect Jason Hill in the 3rd to be our pick because of that and then Jacoby Jones in the 5th.

        72. Minnesota - Fred Bennett, CB South Carolina
        Love this pick. Bennett I feel would make a helluva cover corner 2 and not having to spend a 1st rounder on a nickel CB makes perfect sense.
        (not sure if you realized that you gave us 2 CB's day 1 when we already have our starting 2 set with Winfiled / Griffin) anyways....
        Bennett would be very solid value there.

        Overall I give your mock a "C".


        • #5
          my bad dynasty, i switched around the phins and Vikes picks in the third...but i think hall would be a starter for you with the lose of Smoot...


          • #6
            ok giants draft
            john wade 3rd round over pittman

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            • #7

              If this happened for the Browns I would be jumping up and down.


              • #8
                Probably the worst Panther mock I've seen yet. Meachem is of little value to the Panthers in that spot with Reggie Nelson, Greg Olsen, Adam Carriker, and even Jon Beason still on the board who all would go a long way towards filling more immediate needs.

                Merriweather in the 2nd won't happen. The Panthers will not be the team to take the chance on his character. Long before the new commish starting taking aim at character issues, the Panthers were known for cutting ties with players with them.

                OLB in the 3rd really does the Panthers no good unless you think he has the ability to play inside, which I don't see.
                Last edited by JPF; 04-17-2007, 07:17 PM.


                • #9
                  Probably the most horrible draft ever. jk. But i dont see the lions taking Russel, and i would much rather have durant than Black. Im pretty sure we wont take o-line day one either, unless its a great value.


                  • #10
                    Since when was Chris Henry a 2nd rounder?


                    • #11
                      Good Bears Mock

                      Originally posted by BeansDooma
                      who retires first: brett favre or aaron rodgers?


                      • #12
                        I like the 1st 2 rounds, but we just re-signed Grammatica, which means we are not looking at a kicker, especially in the 3rd round, give us the best NT or the best OT or the best OLB/DE available, and good job on the 1st 2 rounds.

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                        • #13
                          The Green Bay draft would have been good, had Marshawn been taken before Green Bay's pick, but there is no way that Green Bay doesnt take him. Also DT isnt even a need in Green Bay. SS is. This draft appears to be a big fat Cleveland homer draft.

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                          • #14
                            Good job with Green Bay!

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                            • #15
                              I think that the Dolphins would pick WR Rice in the 2nd before TE Miller. We need a good WR opposite Chambers. Besides they already signed a TE in the off season and can wait until later rounds to get another TE.



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