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    2007 NFL Mock Draft

    - Detroit sends 1.2 to Cleveland for 1.3 and 2.36

    - Tampa Bay trades 1.4 to Miami for 1.9 and 2.40

    - Pittsburgh trades 1.15 to Tennessee for 1.19 and 2.50

    - Detroit trades 2.36 to Pittsburgh for 2.46 plus 4th and 5th round picks

    - Pittsburgh trades Alan Faneca to Arizona for 2.38

    Round 1

    1. Oakland - Calvin Johnson, WR Georgia Tech

    2. Cleveland - Jermarcus Russell, QB LSU

    3. Detroit - Gaines Adams, DE Clemson

    4. Miami - Brady Quinn, QB Notre Dame

    5. Arizona - Levi Brown, OT Penn St.

    6. Washington - Joe Thomas, OT Wisconsin

    7. Minnesota - Adrian Peterson, RB Oklahoma

    8. Atlanta - Laron Landry, FS LSU

    9. Tampa Bay - Amobi Okoye, DT Louisville

    10. Houston - Leon Hall, CB Michigan

    11. San Francisco - Adam Carriker, DE Nebraska

    12. Buffalo - Darrelle Revis, CB Pittsburgh

    13. St. Louis - Jammal Anderson, DE Arkansas

    14. Carolina - Patrick Willis, LB Mississippi

    15. Tennessee - Marshwan Lynch, RB Cal

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

    17. Jacksonville - Brandon Meriweather, S Miami (FL)

    18. Cincinnati - Jon Beason, LB Miami (FL)

    19. Pittsburgh - Alan Branch, DT Michigan

    20. NYG - Joe Staley, OT Central Michigan

    21. Denver - Michael Griffin, S Texas

    22. Dallas - Robert Meachem, WR Tennessee

    23. Kansas City - Ted Ginn Jr., WR Ohio St.

    24. New England - Chris Houston, CB Arkansas

    25. NYJ - Aaron Ross, CB Texas

    26. Philadelphia - Lawrence Timmons, LB Florida St.

    27. New Orleans - Dwayne Bowe, WR LSU

    28. New England (From Seattle) - Paul Posluszny - LB Penn St.

    29. Baltimore - Anthony Spencer, DE Purdue

    30. San Diego - Reggie Nelson, FS Florida

    31. Chicago - Dwayne Jarrett, WR USC

    32. Indianapolis - Justin Durant, LB Hampton

    Round 2

    33. Oakland - Ben Grubbs, OG Auburn

    34. Detroit - Trent Edwards, QB Stanford

    35. Tampa Bay - Jarvis Moss, DE Florida

    36. Pittsburgh (from Cleve/Detroit) - Justin Blaylock, OL Texas

    37. Chicago (From NYJ/Wash) - Justin Harrell, DL Tennessee

    38. Pittsburgh (from AZ) - Tim Crowder, DE/OLB Texas

    39. Atlanta (From Houston) - Charles Johnson, DE Georgia

    40. Tampa Bay (from mia) - Tony Ugoh, OT Arkansas

    41. Minnesota - Steve Smith, WR USC

    42. San Francisco - Sidney Rice, WR South Carolina

    43. Buffalo - David Harris, LB Michigan

    44. Atlanta - Aaron Sears, OL Tennessee

    45. Carolina - Eric Weddle, S Utah

    46. Detroit (from Pitt) - Anthony Gonzalez, WR Ohio St.

    47. Green Bay - Antonio Pittman, RB Ohio St.

    48. Jacksonville - Ikaika Alama-Francis, DE Hawaii

    49. Cincinnati - Marcus McCauley, CB Fresno St.

    50. Pittsburgh (from Tenn) - Ryan Kalil, C USC

    51. NYG - Kenny Irons, RB Auburn

    52. St. Louis - Eric Wright, CB UNLV

    53. Dallas - Tanard Jackson, DB Syracuse

    54. Kansas City - James Marten, OT BC

    55. Seattle - Zach Miller, TE Arizona St.

    56. Denver - Victor Abiamiri, DE Notre Dame

    57. Philadelphia - Brian Leonard, RB Rutgers

    58. New Orleans - Tank Tyler, DT NC St.

    59. NYJ - Quinten Moses, DE Georgia

    60. Miami (From New England) - Quinn Pitcock, DT Ohio St.

    61. Baltimore - Craig Davis, WR LSU

    62. San Diego - Jason Hill, WR Washington St.

    63. NYJ (From Chicago) - Josh Wilson, CB Maryland

    64. Tampa Bay (From Indianapolis) - Fred Bennett, CB South Carolina

    Round 3

    65. Oakland - Marcus Thomas, DT Florida

    66. Detroit - Josh Beekman, OG BC

    67. Cleveland - Turk McBride, DE Tennessee

    68. Tampa Bay - Daymeion Hughes, CB Cal

    69. Arizona - David Irons, CB Auburn

    70. Denver (From Washington) - Stewart Bradley, OLB Nebraska

    71. Tampa Bay (from mia) - Doug Free, OL Northern Illinois

    72. Minnesota - Brian Robinson, DE Texas

    73. Houston - Ray McDonald, DL Florida

    74. Buffalo - Lorenzo Booker, RB Florida St.

    75. Atlanta - Michael Bush, RB Louisville

    76. San Francisco - Paul Soliai, DT Utah

    77. Pittsburgh - LaMarr Woodley, DE Michigan

    78. Green Bay - Aundrea Allison, WR East Carolina

    79. Jacksonville - Drew Stanton, QB Michigan St.

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

    81. Tennessee - Jonathan Wade, CB Tennessee

    82. NYG - Buster Davis, LB Florida St.

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

    84. Carolina - Marshal Yanda, OL Iowa

    85. Kansas City - Kenny Scott, CB Georgia Tech

    86. Seattle - Manuel Ramirez, OG Texas Tech

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

    88. Dallas - Mason Crosby, K Colorado

    89. New Orleans - Michael Coe, CB Alabama St.

    90. NYJ - Ryan McBean, DT Oklahoma St.

    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 - Quincy Black, LB New Mexico St.

    95. Chicago - Rufus Alexander, LB Oklahoma

    96. Indianapolis - Aaron Rouse, S Virginia Tech

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

    98. San Francisco (Comp.) - John Wendling, S Wyoming

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

    100. Oakland (Comp.) - Troy Smith, QB Ohio St.

  • #2
    tennesse would be foolish to give up that much just to move up four spots. on the trade value chart, the 15th pick is worth 1050. the picks the tians give up add to 1275. and do you really think the cards would take levi brown over joe thomas?? id like to understand why they would do that


    • #3
      well i do think the cards might take brown ahead of thomas...brown might be better suited to play RT at the next level which would be what the cards need with leinart being left handed, plus their new oline coach russ grimm seems to favor i think if they had both of them on the board when they are up...yes, i think they are going to take brown.

      ok, the steelers would throw in their 3rd...difference of 20 points....


      • #4
        I'd rather the Bengals go Branch in the first but still awesome Bengals mock.


        • #5
          Good first for the Eagles in this situation. Safety is our biggest need, but no one that fits our style is available that is worth that pick is there, so we get a great player in Timmons. LB is another big need for the Eagles, and Timmons would help fill it. I love Leonard in the second round, he fits the Eagles perfectly. In the third round, I think we would go with Wendling over Gattis though.
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          • #6

            horrible giants mock

            2 offensive players in the 1st 2 rounds? i dont think so. staley is ok, im not a fan of us drafting him and i would rather have timmons but its ok
            2nd round- terrible. no excuses. no hb day 1 for us especially 1 would appear 3rd on the depth chart
            if u stick with staley give us eric wright or josh wilson
            if u go timmons give us craig davis
            3rd round- ramirez or yanda if no staley in the 1st
            if staley in the 1st keep the pick (or quincy black)

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            • #7
              Like to see an ILB in the SF mock, but good otherwise


              • #8
                again Olsen is decent

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                • #9
                  Darrelle Revis-D
                  David Harris-B
                  Lorenzo Booker-D+
                  Jacoby Jones-B


                  • #10
                    i dont really like the Harrel pick for the bears at 37. I dont think DT is that much of a need that we address it that early. i would rather see Zach Miller at that spot. other than that i like the Jarret pick and the Rufus Alexander pick. although Rufus is undersized, he turned in great number at OU last year. He also is destined for the bears seems that they draft at least 1 OU play a year!
                    this is the year!


                    • #11
                      given the Hall trade Ginn would not surprise


                      • #12
                        Why does Washington take Joe Thomas?


                        • #13
                          i would say with the value of thomas at 6 and with out a trade he might be tough to pass up, both samuels and jensen are getting older and they were going after leonard that was just to drive the price up for dallas or whatever i dont know...and as far as trades go, the only teams that have the need and are within reasonable striking distance to make a trade up to 6 would be houston (who doesnt really have the ammo after the Shaub deal) and buffalo but they can stay where they are and get lynch if they want to go RB in the first...


                          • #14

                            Trades A+++

                            1. B
                            - I personally dont like edwards at all, we need more value there
                            2b. D-
                            - WR is NOT a first day need at all, especially for an overrated WR
                            3. C -
                            - Give us a CB or S there


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                            • #15
                              Wouldn't change a pick for the Falcons.



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