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  • My first 2008 Mock Draft

    1. Houston: JR Darren McFadden RB, Arkansas
    -That offensive line still stinks and with Schaub at QB and no true RB to carry the load, McFadden is the ideal fit.
    2. Oakland: JR DeSean Jackson WR, California
    -Jackson is an absolute game breaker. Heís Ted Ginn with hands and the balls to go over the middle.
    3. Detroit: SR Jake Long OT, Michigan
    -I could be funny and put a WR here but, Long is one of 4 potential franchise tackles in this very deep o-line draft.
    4. Washington: JR Tyson Jackson DE, Louisiana State
    -Ferocious pass rusher who, if he leaves early, is practically a lock to be the first defensive linemen selected.
    5. Dallas (f/Cleveland): JR Kenny Philips S, Miami
    -Cowboys use the Browns pick to take, in my opinion, the best football player in the country and a canít miss prospect.
    6. Tennessee: JR Reggie Smith CB, Oklahoma
    -With or without Pacman, the Titans pass defense is awful. I like Reggie Smith a lot and I expect him to forego his SR season.
    7. Buffalo: SR Sam Baker OT, Southern California
    -The Bills offense should be good for years down the road but, they still need that blindside protection.
    8. Miami: SR Brian Brohm QB, Louisville
    -I think John Beck will be very good but, you just never know with the Dolphins.
    9. Green Bay: SR Limas Sweed WR, Texas
    -They are building a very nice defense in Green Bay but, that offense lacks playmakers.
    10. Arizona: JR Justin King CB, Penn State
    -The Cardinals are on the verge of greatness but, still need to shore up that defense.
    11. Tampa Bay: SR Paul Oliver CB, Georgia
    -The defense is aging and the Bucs will have to replace Ronde Barber and Brian Kelly in a year or two.
    12. St. Louis: SR Dan Connor LB, Penn State
    -They are slowly building a very good defense in St. Louis. This is just another addition.
    13. Jacksonville: JR Jared Gaither OT, Maryland
    -An elite tackle who is the best player on the board.
    14. New Orleans: SR Glenn Dorsey DT, Louisiana State
    -The offense will be great but that defense is just awful.
    15. Minnesota: SR Marcus Monk WR, Arkansas
    -Vastly underrated playing in a run heavy offense.
    16. NY Giants: JR James Laurinitis LB, Ohio State
    -He is a beast at LBer, a position in which the Giants have almost nothing.
    17. Dallas: SR Colt Brennan QB, Hawaaii
    -Tony Romo is nothing special. The Cowboys need a QB for the future.
    18. Cincinnati: JR Calais Campbell DE, Miami
    -The Bengals defense is slowly being put together but, help is still needed.
    19. Kansas City: SR Antoine Cason CB, Arizona
    -Law and Surtain are aging and Cason is also the BPA.
    20. NY Jets: JR Martellus Bennett TE, Texas A&M
    -Freaky athlete who will be a huge combine riser next year.
    21. Pittsburgh: JR Raymell Rice RB, Rutgers
    -I could see them falling in love with this kid.
    22. Atlanta: SR Keith Rivers LB, Southern California
    -Simple case of taking the best player available.
    23. Seattle: SR Lawrence Jackson DE, Southern California
    -I expect him to bounce back with a big SR season.
    24. Denver: SR Sedrick Ellis DT, Southern California
    -Warren is aging and they still lack talent on the interior.
    25. New England (f/San Francisco): JR Derrick Harvey DE, Florida
    -Versatile guy who is the perfect fit for the Patriots scheme.
    26. Philadelphia: JR Mario Urrutia WR, Louisville
    -Those WRs still arenít good enough to get this team to the next level.
    27. Baltimore: SR Will Arnold G, Louisiana State
    -The Ravens always build from the offensive line first.
    28. Chicago: SR Allen Patrick RB, Oklahoma
    -Benson is injury prone and not reliable enough.
    29. San Diego: JR Steve Slaton RB, West Virginia
    -Turner will leave via FA next season and Slaton will be a great spot back.
    30. San Francisco (f/Indianapolis): JR Kevin Ellison S, Southern California
    -Stud safety that would be a steal at this point.
    31. New England: SR Jonathan Goff LB, Vanderbilt
    -Bruschi and Vrabel wonít be around forever.
    32. Carolina: JR Travis Beckum TE, Wisconsin
    -Another weapon in that offense.

  • #2
    I'd be PO'd if we picked at 18 again but Campbell would be a hell of a prize.

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    • #3
      at least we're not in the top 10.Great pick with Cason too

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      • #4
        I like the Falcons pick. LB could very easily present it self as a need and he comes off as a WLB type.

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        • #5
          lol

          2008 mock drafts already? You can't be serious.

          And Cleveland isn't finishing with a top 5 draft pick record.

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          • #6
            3. Detroit: SR Jake Long OT, Michigan
            -I could be funny and put a WR here but, Long is one of 4 potential franchise tackles in this very deep o-line draft.


            So much for the addition of George Foater I guess.


            8. Miami: SR Brian Brohm QB, Louisville
            -I think John Beck will be very good but, you just never know with the Dolphins.


            I know its generally not a good idea to give up on a QB drafted in the second round after only one year barring reallllllly extenuating circumstances.

            13. Jacksonville: JR Jared Gaither OT, Maryland
            -An elite tackle who is the best player on the board.


            The Jaguars have Khalif Barnes, Maurice Williams and Tony Pashos at offensive tackle.

            15. Minnesota: SR Marcus Monk WR, Arkansas
            -Vastly underrated playing in a run heavy offense.


            I take it you think this will be the year the Vikings give up on Troy Williamson.

            17. Dallas: SR Colt Brennan QB, Hawaaii
            -Tony Romo is nothing special. The Cowboys need a QB for the future.


            Romo was a pro bowler this past year. That makes it unlikely that the Cowboys will draft a replacement him a year later. Especially at his age.

            21. Pittsburgh: JR Raymell Rice RB, Rutgers
            -I could see them falling in love with this kid.

            What about Willie Parker?


            27. Baltimore: SR Will Arnold G, Louisiana State
            -The Ravens always build from the offensive line first.


            The Ravens just drafted a guard in the first round.

            28. Chicago: SR Allen Patrick RB, Oklahoma
            -Benson is injury prone and not reliable enough.


            Benson missed one game this past season. And the Bears would not have traded Thomas Jones if they did not think Benson could carry the load.


            29. San Diego: JR Steve Slaton RB, West Virginia
            -Turner will leave via FA next season and Slaton will be a great spot back.


            Tomlinson will be 29 next year. Granted Turner very well could leave, this seems an awful lot like the Jets selection of Lamont Jordan a few years back.

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            • #7
              bill don't need a LT

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              • #8
                How many years do the Panthers have to pass on a first round TE before people realize it's not going to happen?

                Everyone swore this was the year because we had an OC that wanted to use the TE's more in the passing game, and what happened? We traded out of the spot everyone thought we'd take Olsen at to another spot where he was still on the board...and we passed on him again.

                More likely positions to address for the Panthers would be OT, S, or DT.
                Last edited by JPF; 05-01-2007, 01:40 PM.

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                • #9
                  A WR surprises me. We got 3 of them this year.


                  http://minnesotasportstwentyfourseven.blogspot.com/

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                  • #10
                    I'd be ecstatic to get Glen Dorsey but the Saints won't draft at 14

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Acreboy View Post
                      ...but the Saints won't draft at 14
                      Every Panther fan in the world said that same thing last year.

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                      • #12
                        1) Why not just use this years order?
                        2) Why give Green Bay a WR when TE is a bigger need?



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                        • #13
                          very interesting


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                          • #14
                            horrible bucs pick. The bucs dont take CBs in the first round and we already have the replacements for Barber and Kelly. (we could draft one in later rounds next year for depth)

                            Angels Record: 6-8

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                            • #15
                              You have 7 of last years 10 top ten teams, in the top ten again. It's unlikely.

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