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PostSubject: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 18, 2008 12:02 am

Draft Order HERE
Compensatroy Pick HERE

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1st Round
Pick
Team
Player
Pos
School
Trade Explanations
1
Miami Dolphins
Chris Long
DE/LB
Virginia

2
St. Louis Rams
Jake Long
OT
Michigan

3
*Baltimore Ravens
Matt Ryan
QB
BC
Trade w/Atlanta
4
Oakland RaidersDarren McFadden
RB
Arkansas

5
*Cincinnati Bengals
Sedrick Ellis
DT
USC
Trade w/Kansas City
6
New York Jets
Vernon Gholston
DE/LB
Ohio St.

7
*Patriots (from 49ers)
Ryan Clady
OT
Boise St.
'07 Draft Day Trade
8
*Atlanta Falcons
Dominique Roger Cromartie
CB
Tenn. St.
Trade w/ Baltimore
9
*Kansas City Chiefs
Glenn Dorsey
DT
LSU
Trade w/Cincinnati
10
New Orleans Saints
Leodis McKlevin
CB
Troy

11
Buffalo Bills
Mike Jenkins
CB
USF

12
Denver Broncos
Chris Williams
OT
Vanderbilt

13
Carolina Panthers
Kenny Phillips
FS
Miami

14
Chicago Bears
Jeff Otah
OT
Pittsburgh

15
Detroit Lions
Reshard Mendenhall
RB
Illinois

16
Arizona Cardinals
Jonathan Stewert
RB
Oregon

17
Minnesota Vikings
Malcolm Kelly
WR
Oklahoma

18
*Seattle (from HOU)
Limas Sweed
WR
Texas
Trade W/Houston
19
Philadelpia Eagles
Devin Thomas
WR
Michigan St.

20
Bucaneers
James Hardy
WR
Indiana

21
Redskins
Phillip Merling
DE
Clemson

22
*Cowboys (from Browns)
Aqib Talib
CB
Kansas
'07 Draft Day Trade
23
Falcons (from PIT)
Sam Baker
OT
USC
W/Steelers
24
Tennessee Titans
Antoine Cason
CB
Arizona

25
*Texans (from SEA)
Branden Albert
OG
Virginia
Trade W/Seattle
26
*Lions (from JAGS)
Kentwan Balmer
DT
N. Carolinaa
Trade W/Jags (Roy)
27
Rams (from SD)
Derrick Harvey
DE
Florida

28
Dallas Cowboys
Keith Rivers
LB
USC

29
*49ers (from Colts)
Quentin Groves
DE
Auburn
'07 Draft Day Trade
30
Green Bay Packers
Reggie Smith
CB
Oklahoma

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New England Patriots
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Forfiet due to Spygate
31
New York Giants
Dan Connor
LB
Penn St.

TRADES:

*Atlanta gets:
Baltimore\'s 1st, 2nd, 4th round picks and Kyle Boller
*Baltimore gets:
Atlanta\'s 1st round pick

*Kansas City gets:
Cincinnati\'s 1st, 2nd, 3rd round picks
*Cincinnati gets:
Kansas City\'s 1st, 3rd, 7th (221) round pick


Jags get:Roy Williams WR, 3rd round (late)pick
Lions get:1st, 5th, Paul Spicer DE

HOU gets:1 (#25), 2 (#55), 3 (#86)
SEA gets:1 (#18 ), 3 (#79), 4 (#114), 5 (#142), 7 (#205)

Atlanta gets:
OT Nick Kaczur, New England
3rd round pick (94 overall)
New England gets:
39th overall pick (2nd round)

ATL gets:
Antwaan Randle EL
WASH gets:
103rd overall pick, 4th round

KC gets:
Jared Gaither, OT Baltimore
Baltimore gets:
131st overall pick (5th round pick)

Atlanta gets:
23rd overall pick
Pittsburgh gets:
48th,68th,94th overall picks

Rams get
#27 overall
SD gets:
2th (#33)
4th (#97)

Dallas gets:
Koren Robinson
GB gets:
Bobby Carpenter
Dallas's 6th round pick (158)

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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Mon Mar 24, 2008 9:50 am

With the 1st pick in the 2008 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins select..................
Chris Long DE/OLB Virginia


Miami tried to trade down with a few teams but couldn't get enough value to possibly miss out in selecting one of the elite prospects (Chris Long, Jake Long, Darren McFadden or Glenn Dorsey).

Chris Long is one of the best, if not the best, players in this years draft. After his workout at the combine and his pro day workout, he proved that he is worthy of the #1 overall pick. He really impressed everyone at his workout and showed his versatility by working out as a LB at his pro day and doing excellent.
He compares to Shawn Merriman (drafted 11th overall in 2005 draft out of Maryland). Both played DE in college and they are the exact same weight and only 1 inch shorter than Merriman. They both have the motor skills and the ability to get to the QB or put pressure on him at a consistent basis. Chris Long has great character and that is what you have to have in your #1 overall pick. Chris Long isn't rated this high because of his name, he is one of the hardest working players in this draft. Chris Long will play the Strong-side OLB opposite of Joey Porter next season. He is the only player in this draft that I would feel 100% comfortable paying the #1 overall money to. It is too much of a risk to pay 60 million to a unproven QB (Ryan) or to an injury prone
DT (Dorsey) or a OT that many people think will only play RT in the NFL (J. Long).

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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Mon Mar 24, 2008 6:18 pm

THERE HAS BEEN TWO TRADES!!!!!

Kansas City and Cincinnati:
KC gets:
1 #9, 2 #46, 3 #77
Cincy gets:
1 #5, 3 #66, 7 #221

Atlanta and Baltimore:
Atlanta gets:
Baltimore's 1st, 2nd, 4th round picks and Kyle Boller
Baltimore gets:
Atlanta's third overall pick (1 #3) in the 2008 NFL draft
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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 12:06 am

With the 2nd overall pick in the draft, the Rams select........................................
Jake Long, OT Michigan


The Rams were hoping to trade down, but KC was the only team who showed interest and decided to actually trade down rather than up. Long will help protect Bulger and open running lanes for Steven Jackson and barring major injuries on the Rams roster, their O will be solid again. Pace may be done and if not, Long will have an opportunity to either sit and learn from one of the best LT's ever in the NFL or still learn and have an opportunity to gain experience playing at RT.
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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 12:10 am

With the 3rd pick in the draft, The Ravens select......................................
Matt Ryan, QB Boston College


Bal traded up to get their QB of the future who is the only QB capable of being a starter from day one. Matt Ryan will finally give BAL a legitimate QB in their offense and will instantly help their offense. BAL had a down year, but has a team that is more than capable of being a playoff contender next season - even with Ryan as the starter. That is the reason BAL traded up and still has 6 picks remaining in rounds 3-7 that will be basically for depth as BALs starters are solid across the board.
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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 12:16 am

With the 4th pick in the first round, the Oakland Raiders select.....................
Darren McFadden RB Arkansas


Darren is one of the best players available in the draft. He is a two time runner up in the Heisman race. If McFadden was off the board the Raiders would have tried to trade down and pick up some more draft picks but he istoo good of a talent to pass up. McFadden is a very versatile RB who is great at finding wholes and catching the ball. He ran a 4.27 at the combine, which wowed everyone there.

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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 12:24 am

With the 5th pick in the 2008 NFL draft, the Cincinnati Bengals select.............
Sedrick Ellis DT USC

The Bengals Traded up to get Sedrick Ellis because he is the best DT in the Draft, especially since Glenn Dorsey has the injury problems. Sedrick Ellis totally dominated the Senior Bowl and proved to be a top 5 prospect. The Bengals are in desperate need of defensive line and LB help and Ellis goes along way to improving that.

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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 12:50 am

With the 6th overall pick in the first round, The New York jets select.................
Vernon Gholston, DE/OLB Ohio State

The Jets select Gholston because he is the best guy on the board. They considered Dorsey and McKlevin but couldn't pass on Gholston. He would add great talent to there LB core on the opposite side of Calvin Pace. Gholston was probably the person who benefited the most from his combine workout. H posted amazing numbers. Gholston is a great prospect that has great upside to him. He is a talented pass rusher and showed he can dominate by demolishing a top prospect in Jake Long (2nd pick overall) in the Ohio State-Michigan game.

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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 1:04 am

With the 7th pick in the draft, the Patriots select..........................................
Ryan Clady, T Boise State

The Pats were interested in Gholston or trading down, but when the Jets took Gholston it put an end to both so the Pats take the BPA at a position of "need." Kazcur is a decent T, but Clady may be an upgrade to him especially at RT. Clady will push Kazcur at RT and will add tremedous depth to an already great O-Line. The Pats considered going at a CB here, but felt that the pick would be a reach and may try to trade up later to grab a CB in the late 1st early 2nd.
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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 1:30 am

With the 8th overall pick in the draft, the Falcons pick...................
Dominique Rodgers Cromartie

Cromartie has been climbing up the charts since the start of the draft talk. He absolutely lit up the senior bowl covering everyone they lined up across from him. He has tremendous size being 6-1 tall, 184 lbs and has fluid hips and awesome speed. Many considered McKelvin the best CB in the draft, ATL thinks that Cromartie's size and physical play pushes him ahead of Leodis. Also, this pick makes the loss of DeAngelo Hall much easier.
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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 1:38 am

With the 9th pick in the draft, the Kansas City Chiefs pick.........................
Glenn Dorsey DT LSU

The Chiefs were strongly considering McKelvin at the number 9 spot, but after looking at his stats, they were overall very unimpressed and didn't see the hype that he had brought. Dorsey was once considered a first overall pick contender and heisman hopeful. He has an injury concern, but it's a risk worth taking. Kansas City was great against the pass last season, but was horrible (28th) against the run. With no offensive picks worth taking here, they try to upgrade a weakness on their team and Dorsey will also help open up J. Allen more to get to the QB even more than he did last season.
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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 1:42 am

With the 10th pick in the 2008 NFL Draft, New Orleans Saints select..............
Leodis Mcklevin CB Troy State


The Saints could have went with many picks here but McKlevin is the top rated CB in this draft. He had a great combine and rana 4.38. He also can be used as a return specialist, which they need since reggie bush is too valuable to use as a returner. There secondary has been horrible and McKlevin will be an instant help. McKlevin is the Saints top guy on there board and to get him at number ten is awesome.

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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 1:53 am

With the 11th pick in the 2008 NFL Draft, The Bills select..............
Mike Jenkins, CB, South Florida

They lost a lot of DB's in free agency, and when you have to play Moss and Welker twice a year, too many CB's is never bad.
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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 1:56 am

With the 12th pick in the 2008 NFL Draft, The Broncos select..............
Chris Williams, OT, Vanderbilt

Who better to protect Jay Cutler than his college teammate? The Broncos believe that Ryan Harris and Eric Pears can both hold up the tackle positions next year, but if one of them falls there is no depth.
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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 2:00 am

With the 13th pick, the Panthers select.....................
Kenny Phillips FS Miami

This team is much better than what their record showed last season. This year Delhomme should be coming back which will help tremendously, they also added weapons in DJ Hackett and Muhsin Muhammad to compliment Steve Smith. The offense should be good, the defense needs some help though, especially vs the pass. Phillips can step right in and play and he fits the biggest need for this team as well.
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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 2:07 am

With the 14th pick, the Bears select.....................
Jeff Otah, T Pittsburgh



With the release of Fred Miller and John Tait being at the end of his career, tackle is a high need.
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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 7:03 pm

With the 15th pick in the draft, The Lions select.............................................
Rashard Mendenhall, RB Illinois


DET goes with the BPA and RB is a need for DET after losing Duckett and releasing Kevin Jones. Mendenahll will probably share carries with Tatum Bell, but Mendenhall is the future at RB for DET. Other than O-line the DET offense is set (even after trading Roy Williams to the Jags). The Lions will look to add an O-Lineman somewhere in the draft, but Defense will be the biggest focus for DET throughout the draft.
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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 7:14 pm

TRADE!!!

DET & JAX

DET Gets:
1st round (#26)
5th round (#151)
DE Paul Spicer

JAX Gets:
WR Roy Williams
3rd round (#87)

DET gets an extra 1st rounder that they can use to upgrade the O-Line or Defense or trade later in the draft. Spicer will help to upgrade the D-Line which has seen Shaun Rogers traded and Kalimba Edwards released. Spicer will team with DeWayne White and Corey Redding to make a solid D-Line. Spicer plays DE, but has the size (290 -300 pounds) to play inside as well. DET had 2 very good offers from ATL and PHI but DET liked JAX offer the best because of the possibilities it brings with the extra 1st round pick.
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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 7:25 pm

With the 16th pick in the draft, The Cardinals select................
Jonathan Stewart, RB, Oregon


Even with a toe injury, he is still an elite RB. A toe is a toe, an injury that will heal. If he had knee problems, I'd expect teams to shy away but he will heal, and he is a great RB. With Edgerin James over 30, and not very productive, Stewart will get a shot at being a starter early.
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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 7:57 pm

Trade!!!
HOU gets:1 (#25), 2 (#55), 3 (#86)
SEA gets:1 (#18 ), 3 (#79), 4 (#114), 5 (#142), 7 (#205)

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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Tue Mar 25, 2008 11:51 pm

With the 17th pick in the NFL Draft, the Minnesota Vikings select..................
Malcolm Kelly WR Oklahoma

The Vikings did deal for Berrian from Chicago this offseason, but why not add another explosive weapon to this offense with tons of potential? They now have AP in the backfield, a STELLAR line, and two great WR's. Their D is fantastic against the run (which personally I'd rather take a D good against the run than a D that defends the pass well), so with no great pick on the defensive side of the ball here, they try to turn a weakness into the strength of the offense. With all the weapons that Jackson has now, there is no reason for him to struggle.
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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Wed Mar 26, 2008 12:14 am

There has been a trade!
ATL gets:
OT Nick Kaczur, New England
94th overall pick (3rd round)
NE gets:
39th overall pick (2nd round, originally Baltimores pick)
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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Wed Mar 26, 2008 12:54 am

There has been a trade!
ATL gets:
Antwaan Randle El
WASH gets:
103rd overall pick (4th round pick)
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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Wed Mar 26, 2008 1:18 am

With the 18th overall pick in the 2008 Nfl Draft, the Seattle Seahawks select..............
Limas Sweed WR Texas

Just recently Limas Sweed has surpassed Malcolm Kelly as the #2 WR on some draft boards (walterfootball.com) and isnt a stretch picking here. Alot of people have Desean Jackson rated #1 WR but i dont think so. Sweed had alot of success in college and should continue it in the Pros. He is a Big WR 6-4 216 who runs a 4.46, thats really good. Seattle considered other options here and we offered some trades to move down but really had to get a WR in this draft. Seattle lost Dj Hackett in FA and Branch hasnt been healthy all last year. They need another WR and Sweed would make an instant impact and fits in really well in Seattle. The Texans gave the Seahawks a good offer to trade and couldnt refuse all the picks they were getting because they move ahead of some teams that could have Sweed high on there board.

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PostSubject: Re: Mock Draft Game II   Wed Mar 26, 2008 9:59 am

With the 19th overall pick in the 2008 Nfl Draft, the Eagles select..............
Devin Thomas, WR, Michigan State

The Eagles need a number 1 reveicer after talks with the Lions fell through.
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