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MDSteel15
01-25-2008, 01:42 AM
1. Miami - Glenn Dorsey/ DT Parcells in charge....
2. St. Louis - Chris Long/ DE definate hlp for a bad D-fense
3. Atlanta - Darren McFadden/ RB is there another pick?
4. Oakland - Jake Long/ OT another fine OL from UMich for Al Davis
5. Kansas City - Ryan Clady/ OT time to re-sure a once great O-line
6. New York (J) - Derrick Harvey/ DE start of modern day NY Sack Exchange
7. New England - Dan Conner/ LB a disciplined player that fills an aging need
8. Baltimore - Matt Ryan/ QB a MUST here
9. Cincinnati - Vernon Gholston/ DE have to work on a pourous D
10. New Orleans - Leodis McKelvin/ CB Surprise #1! maybe...
11. Buffalo - Keith Rivers/ OLB
12. Denver - Sedrick Ellis/ DT time to plug the dam
13. Carolina - Sam Baker/ OT QBs don't stay healthy without help
14. Chicago - Andre Woodson/ QB is there a more glaring need?
15. Detroit - Antoine Cason/ CB can you say NEED
16. Arizona - Jeff Otah/ OT knowing him, Whiz takes him....
17. Minnesota - Mike Jenkins/ CB have to stop the pass peole!
18. Houston - Aqib Talib/ CB see previous.....
19. Philadelphia - Calais Campbell/ DE age is depleting this D
20. Tampa - Malcolm Kelly/ WR some one has to help..
21. Washington - Lawrence Jackson/ DE can somebody pressure the QB?
22. Dallas- Early Doucet/ WR #2 can't stay healthy & #3 is on his way out....
23. Pittsburgh - Chris Williams/ OT has a nasty streak we all like
24. Tennessee - Martin Rucker/ TE Young needs a bail-out guy, meet Mr. Rucker
25. Seattle - Jonathan Stewart/ RB bye bye Shaun, Seattle has fresh meat
26. Jaksonville - Limas Sweed/ WR none of the other wr's are consistant
27. San Diego - Kenny Phillips/ S
28. Dallas - Chevis Jackson/ CB finally, a DB that can tackle
29. Indianapolis - Mario Manningham/ WR getting ready for Harrison's retirement
30. Green Bay - DeJuan Tribble/ CB needed youth to back up 2 great CBs
31. New York (G) - DeSean Jackson/ WR

Rhee Rhee
01-25-2008, 01:51 AM
1. Miami - Glenn Dorsey/ DT Parcells in charge....
2. St. Louis - Chris Long/ DE Have to keep Bulger off his back
3. Atlanta - Darren McFadden/ RB is there another pick?
4. Oakland - Jake Long/ OT another fine OL from UMich for Al Davis
5. Kansas City - Ryan Clady/ OT time to re-sure a once great O-line
6. New York (J) - Vernon Gholston/ DE start of modern day NY Sack Exchange
7. New England - Dan Conner/ LB a disciplined player that fills an aging need
8. Baltimore - Brian Brohm/ QB a MUST here
9. Cincinnati - Derrick Harvey/ DE have to work on a pourous D
10. New Orleans - Leodis McKelvin/ CB Surprise #1! maybe...
11. Buffalo - Malcolm Kelly/ WR
12. Denver - Sedrick Ellis/ DT time to plug the dam
13. Carolina - Sam Baker/ OT QBs don't stay healthy without help
14. Chicago - Andre Woodson/ QB is there a more glaring need?
15. Detroit - Antoine Cason/ CB can you say NEED
16. Arizona - Jeff Otah/ OT knowing him, Whiz takes him....
17. Minnesota - Mike Jenkins/ CB have to stop the pass peole!
18. Houston - Aqib Talib/ CB see previous.....
19. Philadelphia - Calais Campbell/ DE age is depleting this D
20. Tampa - DeSean Jackson/ WR some one has to help.. plus he can return kicks
21. Washington - Lawrence Jackson/ DE can somebody pressure the QB?
22. Cleveland - Kentwan Balmer/ DT the Stains have to have somebody be their bust
23. Pittsburgh - Chris Williams/ OT has a nasty streak we all like
24. Tennessee - Martin Rucker/ TE Young needs a bail-out guy, meet Mr. Rucker
25. Seattle - Jonathan Stewart/ RB bye bye Shaun, Seattle has fresh meat
26. Jaksonville - Limas Sweed/ WR none of the other wr's are consistant
27. San Diego - Kenny Phillips/ S
28. Dallas - Chevis Jackson/ CB finally, a DB that can tackle
29. Indianapolis - Mario Manningham/ WR getting ready for Harrison's retirement
30. Green Bay - DeJuan Tribble/ CB needed youth to back up 2 great CBs
31. New York (G) - Keith Rivers/ OLB

#1 no way in hell keith rivers lasts til the last pick in the first round!!!

#2 Indy already got ready for harrison's retirement with gonzales...

#3 Martin Rucker will not go in the first... If anythin its carlson

#5 Minnesota will not take a CB because to stop the pass u need a pass rush... DE for them

#6 chevis jackson will not be taken in the first... if anythin dallas takes balmer like u said and nabs a reciever... not chevis jackson... they have the luxury of taking the best player left on the board and that definitely is not chevis jackson... they can get a decent DB in the 2nd...

#7 how is kenny phillips not in the top 20???

MDSteel15
01-25-2008, 02:06 AM
Dallas- I have to go with the experts that say he's a shut down CB...
Indy- Gonzo is a compliment to those guys, Mario is the playmaker....
Tenn- I think he is better rounded.. but you agree on TE?
Minni- the CBs are worse than their DEs
NYG- you know there are like 70 different guys considered 1st RD material, so anything can happen.... I was going to give Rivers to Cincy but I just don't like them! LOL

Also could have put Rivers in Buffalo but I think they need more help on O

Rhee Rhee
01-25-2008, 04:21 AM
Dallas- I have to go with the experts that say he's a shut down CB...
Indy- Gonzo is a compliment to those guys, Mario is the playmaker....
Tenn- I think he is better rounded.. but you agree on TE?
Minni- the CBs are worse than their DEs
NYG- you know there are like 70 different guys considered 1st RD material, so anything can happen.... I was going to give Rivers to Cincy but I just don't like them! LOL

Also could have put Rivers in Buffalo but I think they need more help on O

i see two teams taking rivers.. either the broncos if they can't land a stud DT or maybe detroit with boss bailey being a FA...

i dont actually agree on the TE with tennesse but i get where your coming from... get him some recievers that'll catch the ball and make plays after the catch...

minnesota's CBs are actually decent... antoine winfield is hands down the best tackling CB i've ever seen... cedric griffin is a talent that just needs some more playing time...

i can sorta see the colts going offense i just dont know if it's gonna be manningham...

MDSteel15
01-25-2008, 11:04 AM
Thanks for the input... I'll see what I can do!

Lord Stiller
01-25-2008, 11:17 AM
#1 no way in hell keith rivers lasts til the last pick in the first round!!!


I agree. Rivers is a top 15 pick IMO

also, Brohm and Woodson before Matt Ryan is unlikely IMO

I REALLY like the Steelers pick though, GREAT JOB!!!!!!!

MDSteel15
01-25-2008, 11:48 AM
I watch ACC football alot, being I'm in Maryland, but I still just am not sold on Ryan 100%.... Other than Atlanta I can't see who would take him besides B-more. And Lord knows I can't stand them....LOL


Made a couple changes.....

Jeremy
01-25-2008, 12:02 PM
Two cornerbacks before Antoine Cason?

Yeah....ok.

MDSteel15
01-25-2008, 01:03 PM
Two cornerbacks before Antoine Cason?

Yeah....ok.

No. only 1 before him. The best CB in the draft!!!

Lord Stiller
01-25-2008, 01:08 PM
Two cornerbacks before Antoine Cason?

Yeah....ok.

Yeah it is ok

Jenkins and McKelvin being taken ahead of Cason is very realistic imo

Jeremy
01-25-2008, 02:17 PM
Yeah it is ok

Jenkins and McKelvin being taken ahead of Cason is very realistic imo

Which just shows that NFL GMs are not smarter than the average fan.

lilyoder6
01-25-2008, 02:21 PM
mckelvin has a good chance of going top 10..

MasterOfPuppets
01-25-2008, 03:05 PM
2. St. Louis - Chris Long/ DE Have to keep Bulger off his backhow is chris long keeping bulger off his back....:huh:

MasterOfPuppets
01-25-2008, 08:58 PM
[QUOTE=MDSteel15;360239]
2. St. Louis - Chris Long/ DE Have to keep Bulger off his back
this wouldn't be a bad pick, but it ain't helping bulger

6. New York (J) - Vernon Gholston/ DE start of modern day NY Sack Exchange
the jets use the 3-4, so gholston will have to move to olb.

Vernon Gholston- 6’ 3” 265 lbs. Ohio State
While Gholston is probably the 2nd highest rated end in the draft, he falls a little bit behind the others on this list. Gholston has the best chance to become a true end with his size and strength as he possesses decent speed and athleticism but not at the same level as the others. Gholston is vicious and aggressive and can be an absolute terror off the edge. He has no experience at dropping back and probably doesn’t change directions well enough to play linebacker but is such a solid prospect that he could play, and succeed, in that role.

9. Cincinnati - Derrick Harvey/ DE have to work on a pourous D
bengals use a 4-3...harvey should be an olb project in a 3-4....

Derrick Harvey- 6’ 4” 260 lbs. Florida
Harvey put up solid numbers at Florida but he should have stayed in school another year. He is far too raw to play immediately and is not perfect for either end or linebacker. That being said, with some work, Harvey could be quite dangerous. His physical tools are spectacular and he has the instincts to hold up in coverage. He would need to go to a team that asks its linebackers to play zone but he has an impressive burst and first step that will translate well to linebacker.



19. Philadelphia - Calais Campbell/ DE age is depleting this D
unless the eagles are going for best player available, they have more glaring needs than a DE....mcnabb is begging for a reciever, he ran for his life as often as ben did, and was sacked 6 times by the SAME guy against NY. also thier lbers suck.

22. Dallas- Kentwan Balmer/ DT
really? balmer would be a DE in dallas's 3-4. they have pretty stout guys there with canty and spears and pretty good depth . owens and glenn will both be 34 at the start of next season, and crayton is a FA. they been quietly fazing jones out and i doubt he'll be resigned. if felix jones is there,i wouldn't bet on him not being in a cowboy uni. jerry jones is an alumni of arkansas,so he'll get the next best thing to mcfadden.the cowboys db,have been lit up often this year they need a FS.

24. Tennessee - Martin Rucker/ TE Young needs a bail-out guy, meet Mr. Rucker
why reach for a TE when your WR's are garbage, and there's a pile of reciever talent on the board?

27. San Diego - Kenny Phillips/ S
first,i really doubt the best safety in the draft is on the board this late. second the chargers have 0 depth across thier D line.when 31 yr old nose tackle jamal williams was injured, they got torched on the ground, adrian peterson burnt em for 296 yds.they went from 7th in the league in 2006, to 16th, in rushing allowed.

29. Indianapolis - Mario Manningham/ WR getting ready for Harrison's retirement
i think your right about harrisons replacement. gonzales will probably be a carrear slot reciever like stokley. but manningham has been destroying his draft stock by dropping passes . starting with the ohio state game, and continueing through senior bowl practice.

lilyoder6
01-25-2008, 09:06 PM
i think that u could get a te in the 2nd or 3 rd... esp. in this draft b/c really none of the te's are 1st rd potential

MDSteel15
01-26-2008, 02:48 AM
how is chris long keeping bulger off his back....:huh:

LOL... my bad. Meant Jake...

Made some updates

Rhee Rhee
01-26-2008, 08:35 PM
Thanks for the input... I'll see what I can do!

can't wait to see ur edited mock!!

MDSteel15
01-26-2008, 08:38 PM
can't wait to see ur edited mock!!

Give me a couple days, gonna try to do as many rounds as possible.

MasterOfPuppets
01-26-2008, 08:53 PM
LOL... my bad. Meant Jake...

Made some updatesmdsteel...your not supposed to make changes because we disagree with your picks. your supposed to tell us WHY you think its right. unless of course you agree.

MDSteel15
01-27-2008, 05:25 PM
mdsteel...your not supposed to make changes because we disagree with your picks. your supposed to tell us WHY you think its right. unless of course you agree.

Nah, I found a site with updated needs for teams and tend to agree with some of what you guys/girls were saying.

Rhee Rhee
01-29-2008, 03:03 AM
Give me a couple days, gonna try to do as many rounds as possible.

dont get carried away.. besides in my mock that i had i completely forgot to include okam and chris johnson anywhere in my first 3 rounds... i had to go bak and i am still trying to perfect my draft...