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    Round One

    1.Miami Dolphins - OT Jake Long (Michigan)
    After sitting atop of our mock for months, DE Chris Long may have finally seen
    his days at the paramount come to an end. Sources continue to report that the
    Dolphins will select Chris Long but after signing a group of pass rushing OLBs,
    Bill Parcells must now realize that his Dolphins lack a true protector upfront. The
    only offensive lineman worth mentioning is Vernon Carey and even he is less-than-
    formidable when you consider some of the better offensive linemen around the
    league.

    2.St. Louis Rams - DE Chris Long (Virginia)
    Since they have failed to land Jake Long, the Rams would be proper in selecting
    Chris Long. Face it, they drafted DE Adam Carriker last year in the first round but
    moved him to the interior. The Rams' greatest pass rushing threat is DE Leonard
    Little but even he is succombing to old age. Long is better suited for the 3-4 defense
    but with his approach to learning the game, the adjustment will not be as difficult
    as one may think.

    3.Atlanta Falcons - DT Sedrick Ellis (USC)
    Sedrick Ellis, not Glenn Dorsey continues to hold down the three spot in our mock
    draft. Why? Maybe it has something to do with Dorsey's knee problems and the
    speculation surrounding possible surgery he may have just underwent (wink, wink).
    While rumors stay afloat this time of the year, there is no denying how aggressive
    Ellis can play. He demonstrates the type of physicality new HC Mike Smith was
    used to as defensive coordinator in Jacksonville.

    4.Oakland Raiders - DE Vernon Gholston (Ohio State)
    Raise your hand if Al Davis continues to baffle you. Face it, the Raiders are trying
    desperately to move out of this pick and if they can come to terms with CB
    DeAngelo Hall, expect to see them shell out more money than he is worth. While
    Davis sure does like physical beasts, Gholston would be the ideal pick here for
    the Black & Silver.

    5.Kansas City Chiefs - OT Jeff Otah (Pittsburgh)
    On March 9th, our last update, we had Kansas City grabbing Otah here and it appears that
    more mock drafts have jumped on our bandwagon. Otah is the type of lineman that would
    do well in Kansas City based on his size. Despite being very raw, Otah could and will be
    the Chiefs pick at fifth overall if they can not move down. At this spot, teams may be looking
    to move up for QB Matt Ryan or RB Darren McFadden. If that doesn't happen, this pick
    will be the first major surprise of the 2008 draft.

    6.New York Jets - RB Darren McFadden (Arkansas)
    Even though the Jets do not really need McFadden, who else could they grab
    here that they need? I am sure for the right price, the Jets would trade down
    and let some team trade up for Glenn Dorsey. Heck, Dorsey would have been
    a good fit for the Jets but they traded two later round picks for DT Kris Jenkins.
    Grabbing McFadden will put some hope back into the desperate hearts of
    Jets fans.

    7.New England Patriots (via SF) - CB Leodis McKelvin (Troy)
    We keep shuffling different cornerbacks in and out of this pick but the reality is
    that if they see the right off, the Patriots will trade out of this pick so a team like
    Chicago can sneak in and steal QB Matt Ryan from the Baltimore Ravens.
    If the Pats stay, look for them to replace both CBs Asante Samuel and Randall
    Gay with the seventh overall selection.

    8.Baltimore Ravens - OT Chris Williams (Vanderbilt)
    What? No Matt Ryan for Baltimore even if he isn't off of the board? Nope. The
    Baltimore Ravens were reportedly impressed that Ryan threw at his pro day
    workout but nonetheless, the Ravens have bigger areas of need and can worry
    about a QB in the second round or later, especially with QBs Troy Smith and
    Kyle Boller still on the roster. Chris Williams is an ideal fit for the looming
    retirement of OT Jonathan Ogden.

    9.Cincinnati Bengals - DT Glenn Dorsey (LSU)
    The surprises continue to trickle down throughout the draft. While it is very
    possible for Dorsey to fall this far, a team or two will likely attempt to trade up
    and snag him before the Bengals pick here. Anyways, we know that the Bengals
    missed on two trade opportunities to fill their need at DT so with Dorsey still in
    the green room, this pick makes perfect sense.

    10.New Orleans Saints - OLB Keith Rivers (USC)
    This is no stretch by any means of the imagination. Rivers is a prototypical 4-3 speed rushers with great skills on a sideline to sideline basis. He is quick and determined. The Saints have invested a ton of money into the cornerback position this year and last year via free agency, so even though they will likely be average back there again in 2008, it is hard to imagine that they would give top ten money to another cornerback. Pairing Rivers with Jonathan Vilma will pay off in the long run for the Saints.

    11.Buffalo Bills - CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (Tennessee State)
    The Bills lack one thing in the secondary... A difference-maker. Rodgers-Cromartie comes from a great pedigree. Do not let the small school he is coming from bother you either because he outclassed the top seniors down in Mobile, Alabama. S Donte Whitner is a young stud and CB Terrence McGee is worthy of mentioning but the rest of this young defensive backfield is average at best. It may be due to the inexperience back there but Rodgers-Cromartie could pan out to be a better corner than the former Bill CB Nate Clements.

    12.Denver Broncos - WR DeSean Jackson (California)
    With Keith Rivers off of the board and the satisfaction from the coaching staff concerning OT Ryan Harris, we may be living the Ted Ginn Jr. nightmare all over again but this time with DeSean Jackson. There is no doubt that the Broncos lack a definitive playmaker. Despite Brandon Marshall being the stud that he is, the Broncos lack a playmaker that can stretch the field plus make some noise on special teams. Hopefully Jackson will be that guy.


    13.Carolina Panthers - OT Ryan Clady (Boise State)
    They re-signed OT Travelle Wharton but if they can snag Clady, look for the Panthers to move Wharton to the inside of the line. Clady is a perfect fit for the zone blocking scheme in Charlotte. While some project Clady to be a top ten pick, they are overlooking the fact that he needs to bulk up with his upper body strength (or lack there of). If we were to decide on which lineman would fit in Carolina well, it would be Clady. Rashard Mendenhall is an option here as well.

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    14.Chicago Bears - QB Matt Ryan (Boston College)
    Let us stress that it is highly unlikely for Matt Ryan to fall this far but from our inside sources concerning Oakland, Kansas City, and New England trying to trade down, we have no other place to plug in Matt Ryan except for Chicago. Sure, they have brought back Rex Grossman and given Kyle Orton an extension, but fans in the windy city have been waiting for a franchise QB since the beginning of time. No, Jim McMahon wasn't one either.

    15.Detroit Lions - RB Rashard Mendenhall (Illinois)
    Time is running out on Matt Millen (or isn't it?) but after addressing the needs in the secondary and cutting RB Kevin Jones, it appears to be likely for Mendenhall to land with the Lions. He compares to Ricky Watters on film, and that is a good thing unless Mendenhall bounces around the league several times throughout his career. He has no injury problems plus has the measurables scouts look for in an every-down back.

    16.Arizona Cardinals - CB Aqib Talib (Kansas)
    Please don’t disregard the fact that the Cardinals are looking to find a suitable replacement for RB Edgerrin James and his enormous salary cap hit but HC Ken Whisenhunt comes from the Steeler nation where finding a RB is never a problem, especially beyond the first round. By drafting Talib, the Cardinals kill two birds with one stone. They secure a good CB with high upside plus get to move Antrel Rolle to safety.

    17.Minnesota Vikings - DE Derrick Harvey (Florida)
    Rumors continue to swirl of Minnesota possibly trading this pick to Carolina for DE Julius Peppers. Until that happens, look for the Vikings to sure up their defensive line with a true pass rusher. Harvey needs to work on some things, like his footwork and hand coordination but he is an upgrade over anyone they currently have signed. The middle of their line is the best in the business but the defensive end's are porous at best.

    18.Houston Texans - CB Mike Jenkins (South Florida)
    Even though they gave CB Jacques Reeves shut-down money, they will need to address the secondary some more. The front seven contains ILB DeMeco Ryans, DE Mario Williams, and DT Amobi Okoye, so we know they have done great on the defensive side via the draft. With no good value left for an offensive tackle, plus the worries concerning RB Jonathan Stewart, the Texans will tread on high water and address their biggest weakness in the secondary.

    19.Philadelphia Eagles - WR James Hardy (Indiana)
    HC Andy Reid isn't too keen on grabbing a WR in the first round but after failing to reel in WRs Randy Moss and Larry Fitzgerald, what other route could they go? They addressed their need at CB with Asante Samuel plus OT Jon Runyan is getting back to full form, despite his age. QB Donovan McNabb struggled in the red zone because of the lack of a go-to guy across the middle. Hardy is the "no non-sense" pick that Eagles' season ticket holders have been hoping for.

    20.Tampa Bay Buccaneers - DT Kentwan Balmer (North Carolina)
    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers know what a good run-stopping defense can do but they haven't had a solid interior since Warren Sapp fled to Oakland. Balmer is a big bully in the middle and we consider him to be highly underrated. The Bucs need to address the WR position but since speedy WR DeSean Jackson is off of the board, the next best thing for them would be Devin Thomas but at 20, he is a reach.

    21.Washington Redskins - DE Phillip Merling (Clemson)
    After watching the Giants win a Super Bowl by getting after the quarterback, it makes more sense for the Redskins to bypass the wide receiver position and lock up a good pass rusher that is a top 15 talent. Merling sizes up well against former teammate and top four pick in 2007, DE Gaines Adams. He is a bit stronger but doesn't have the explosiveness just yet.

    22.Dallas Cowboys (via CLE) - WR Limas Sweed (Texas)
    The Cowboys need to go after several positions but Sweed is the best player available at wide receiver. Terry Glenn is on the fence career-wise and Terrell Owens is inching towards 35. A running back is a strong possibility but snatching up Felix Jones here might be a reach after all. Sweed is an obvious upgrade over Patrick Crayton as well.

    23.Pittsburgh Steelers - WR Mario Manningham (Michigan)
    The Steelers need another weapon on offense. Manningham is not the tallest of WRs but he did measure in at 5-11, which is probably an inch or two taller than Hines Ward. Manningham is similar to Ward as well because he is very good on underneath routes plus he has sure hands.

    24.Tennessee Titans - CB Justin King (Penn State)
    The Titans are expected to part ways with CB Adam Jones. They have already cut CB Kelly Herndon. With just Finnegan, Hill, and Harper in the defensive backfield, the Titans need an upgrade. Since Sweed, Hardy, and Manningham are off of the board, the Titans will bypass Malcolm Kelly and secure another need.

    25.Seattle Seahawks - TE Dustin Keller (Purdue)
    The Seahawks no longer have a need for a RB after signing T.J. Duckett and Julius Jones. QB Matt Hasselbeck needs better protection upfront but the value isn't quite right with OT Carl Nicks losing value due to his recent run-in's with the law. Keller can be the target Hasselbeck has been looking for across the middle.

    26.Jacksonville Jaguars - DE Quentin Groves (Auburn)
    The Jaguars need a true pass rusher on defense plus could add good depth at defensive tackle. Groves is a typical 3-4 pass rusher that would replace Bobby McCray. Toe and foot problems set him back in 2007 but all worries should be set aside because he was still effective while playing hurt.

    27.San Diego Chargers - S Kenny Phillips (Miami Fl.)
    With S Marlon McCree officially being discharged, the Bolts have a gaping wide hole in their secondary. Kenny Phillips had an underrated junior year but will continue to slide as long as the major media markets are pushing for it... Not. Phillips is a true talent and will continue to upgrade this defense as they thrust forward towards a Super Bowl.

    28.Dallas Cowboys - CB Brandon Flowers (Virginia Tech)
    Dallas lost CB Jacques Reeves to free agency. CB Anthony Henry had more picks than expected but he is still just a marginal cover man. Their secondary is mediocre compared to the rest of the NFC East. Flowers is a better prospect than DeAngelo Hall, a former Hokie himself. They would be better off not trading for Hall and grabbing Flowers.

    29.San Francisco 49ers (via IND) - DT Trevor Laws (Notre Dame)
    After locking up DE Justin Smith, it appears that the 49ers will not look for another defensive end until maybe later in the draft. With such a terrible run defense, the 49ers need to look at the interior of their line. Laws is sure to beat out DTs Aubrayo Franklin, Isaac Sopoaga, and Joe Cohen.

    30.Green Bay Packers - DB Reggie Smith (Oklahoma)
    The Packers have no depth at cornerback. Al Harris and Charles Woodson are effective but the rest of their depth chart can't be taken seriously. Smith is a hybrid defensive back that has potential at safety. He is quick and shifty but can deliver a serious hit.

    31.New York Giants - OLB Tavares Gooden (Miami Fl.)
    Another surprise pick. Gooden had a solid combine but really impressed Giants' scouts at his pro day where he blew up. Gooden, already considered a high-to-mid second round pick, may have worked his way into the first round. This will let Mathias Kiwanuka move back to his natural position at DE as soon as Michael Strahan retires.

    New England Patriots first round pick was revoked.

    Round Two

    32.Miami Dolphins - ILB Dan Connor (Penn State)
    The Dolphins need more help on defense. They locked up a pair of OLBs but Channing Crowder is the only inside linebacker worthy of mentioning and Connor would be a nice tandem with Crowder in a 3-4 scheme.

    33.St. Louis Rams - OT Carl Nicks (Nebraska)
    The Rams didn't get Jake Long but Nicks is a first round talent going through some legal problems right now. He can replace their pedestrian linemen immediately.

    34.Oakland Raiders - RB Felix Jones (Arkansas)
    While people are swaying away from the idea that Oakland will take McFadden in the first round, if Jones is available in the second, Oakland will scoop him up and cut LaMont Jordan.

    35.Kansas City Chiefs - WR Devin Thomas (Michigan State)
    HC Herm Edwards can not let WR Jeff Webb walk into the starting spot alongside the booming Dwayne Bowe. Thomas could be a perfect compliment to the bigger Bowe.

    36.New York Jets - OG Branden Albert (Virginia)
    The Jets can continue to revamp their line by adding Albert to a front five that already starts D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Nick Mangold, and Alan Faneca.

    37.Atlanta Falcons - QB Brian Brohm (Louisville)
    This pick would be ironic for Atlanta, especially when you consider who their coach was last year but Brohm is a quality prospect that will either boom in Atlanta or crash and burn.

    38.Baltimore Ravens - CB Tracy Porter (Indiana)
    Porter fills a desperate need for a one-time fearsome defense. He is a good cover-man and may be a bit underevaluated. Porter is very athletic and quick making him a typical Ravens' draft pick for the secondary.

    39.San Francisco 49ers - WR Early Doucet (LSU)
    The 49ers get a solid WR to pair up with Bryant Johnson. Doucet has fallen due to his injury risks but his upside is similar to a poor man's Anquan Boldin.

    40.New Orleans Saints - S DaJuan Morgan (North Carolina State)
    Name the Saints’ safeties - Jay Bellamy, Roman Harper, Josh Bullocks, and Chris Reis. Sure, Harper and Bullocks have showed some promise but it is time for an upgrade back there.

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    • #3
      41.Buffalo Bills - DE Calais Campbell (Miami Fl.)
      Buffalo has done a great job drafting the last couple of years. Campbell is a steal this late in the draft. Him and Schobel will terrorize the AFC East in 2008.

      42.Denver Broncos - RB Jonathan Stewart (Oregon)
      Do you think Mike Shanahan is worried about Stewart's surgery? He can't be, after all, he is the coach that took RB Maurice Clarett in the third round.

      43.Carolina Panthers - OLB Erin Henderson (Maryland)
      OLB Na'il Diggs is not very good and Tim Shaw is a work in progress. The Panthers need a serious pass rusher and compliment to star MLB Jon Beason.

      44.Chicago Bears - WR Malcolm Kelly (Oklahoma)
      The Bears can do better with this pick but seriously, do you think they will? Kelly would be considered by some to be a steal here but the fact of the matter is that if he continues to not run for scouts, he will continue to fall.

      45.Detroit Lions - DE Lawrence Jackson (USC)
      Lawrence Jackson is a bigger DE and this wasn't an obvious need for the Lions but surprisingly, they cut DE Kalimba Edwards. DT Pat Sims is an option here as well.

      46.Cincinnati Bengals - OG Chilo Rachal (USC)
      Big time prospect that can fill the void left by OG Eric Steinbach a year ago. Insider's say that the Bengals will pursue an offensive lineman early in this draft too.

      47.Minnesota Vikings - DE/OLB Cliff Avril (Purdue)
      Taking two DEs with their first two picks? Crazy right? No. Remember, Pittsburgh took two LBs with their first two picks. It happens plus the Vikings are upgrading their defense tremendously.

      48.Atlanta Falcons (via HOU) - ILB Jerod Mayo (Tennessee)
      Not necessarily a dire need but Mayo would help improve the terrible Falcons' run defense.


      49.Philadelphia Eagles - RB Ray Rice (Rutgers)
      A bigger need than they are letting out. Brian Westbrook's contract will be an issue after 2008.

      50.Arizona Cardinals - OT Oneil Cousins (UTEP)
      Versatile lineman that has had success at guard. Quickly fills a need for the Cardinals.

      51.Washington Redskins - ILB Curtis Lofton (Oklahoma)
      Sure, London Fletcher had a good first season with the 'Skins but he is old and has no depth behind him.

      52.Tampa Bay Buccaneers - RB Chris Johnson (East Carolina)
      He may not be the WR they are looking for but he is very dynamic in Brian Westbrook/Jerious Norwood fashion.

      53.Pittsburgh Steelers - RB Matt Forte (Tulane)
      The Steelers have no qualms about taking a RB here, especially with the uncertainty surrounding Willie Parker.

      54.Tennessee Titans - DT Pat Sims (Auburn)
      One year sitting behind Albert Hayneworth will bode well for Haynesworth's eventual departure.

      55.Seattle Seahawks - OLB Xavier Adibi (Virginia Tech)
      Great tackler and very physical. Will replace OLB LeRoy Hill immediately.

      56.Green Bay Packers (via CLE) - OLB Ali Highsmith (LSU)
      Non-stop motor. Can compete with OLB Brady Poppinga right away plus height is not a factor.

      57.Miami Dolphins (via SD) - QB Joe Flacco (Delaware)
      It may take years to rebuild in Miami but Parcells' will get his favorite QB from Jersey.

      58.Jacksonville Jaguars - S Michael Grant (Arkansas)
      Could be considered a reach by many but Grant is a burner with more upside than any other S left in this weak class.

      59.Indianapolis Colts - WR Donnie Avery (Houston)
      Quick and shiftier than Anthony Gonzalez. Sure playmaker that runs routes like they are supposed to be ran.

      60.Green Bay Packers - DT Dre Moore (Maryland)
      Pairs up with DT Justin Harrell to provide the Packers with a nice interior duo for the future.

      61.Dallas Cowboys - RB Jamaal Charles (Texas)
      Good compliment to Marion Barber. Quicker with more "long speed" than the now departed Julius Jones.

      62.New England Patriots - TE John Carlson (Notre Dame)
      Kyle Brady is gone and David Thomas may not be completely healthy. Carlson would do nice in their two TE sets.

      63.New York Giants - CB Patrick Lee (Auburn)
      Solid performer that went unnoticed. Great tackler, not much of a playmaker. Pure football player.

      Round Three

      64.Miami Dolphins - OG Roy Scheuning (Oregon State)

      65.St. Louis Rams - WR Lavelle Hawkins (California)

      66.Kansas City Chiefs - OG Matt McGlynn (Pittsburgh)

      67.Carolina Panthers (via NYJ) - S Thomas DeCoud (California)

      68.Atlanta Falcons - DE Jason Jones (Eastern Michigan)

      69.New England (via OAK) - ILB Philip Wheeler (Georgia Tech)

      70.San Francisco 49ers - OLB Marcus Howard (Georgia)

      71.Buffalo Bills (via BAL) - TE Martellus Bennett (Texas A&M)

      72.Jacksonville Jaguars (via BUF) - OLB Shawn Crable (Michigan)

      73.Minnesota Vikings (via DEN) - WR Earl Bennett (Vanderbilt)

      74.Carolina Panthers - QB Chad Henne (Michigan)

      75.Chicago Bears - RB Kevin Smith (Central Florida)

      76.Detroit Lions - DT Marcus Harrison (Arkansas)

      77.Cincinnati Bengals - TE Fred Davis (USC)

      78.New Orleans Saints - DT Red Bryant (Texas A&M)

      79.Houston Texans - OT Tony Hills (Texas)

      80.Philadelphia Eagles - CB Charles Godfrey (Iowa)

      81.Arizona Cardinals - OLB Stanford Keglar (Purdue)

      82.Minnesota Vikings - DT Ahtyba Rubin (Iowa State)

      83.Tampa Bay Buccaneers - CB Trae Williams (South Florida)

      84.Washington Redskins - OG Chad Rinehart (Northern Iowa)

      85.Tennessee Titans - WR Jordy Nelson (Kansas State)

      86.Seattle Seahawks - WR Andre Caldwell (Florida)

      87.Detroit Lions (via CLE) - S Quintin Demps (UTEP)

      88.Pittsburgh Steelers - CB Chevis Jackson (LSU)

      89.Jacksonville Jaguars - QB Andre Woodson (Kentucky)

      90.Chicago Bears (via SD) - OT Heath Benedict (Newberry)

      91.Green Bay Packers - FB Owen Schmitt (West Virginia)

      92.Dallas Cowboys - S Tyrell Johnson (Arkansas State)

      93.Indianapolis Colts - OLB Wesley Woodyard (Kentucky)

      94.New England Patriots - CB Antoine Cason (Arizona)

      95.New York Giants - S Jamar Adams (Michigan)

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      • #4
        Round Four

        96. Miami Dolphins - DE Chris Ellis (Virginia Tech)
        97. St. Louis Rams - ILB Jonathan Goff (Vanderbilt)
        98. New York Jets - DE Kendall Langford (Hampton)
        99. Atlanta Falcons - CB Terrell Thomas (USC)
        100. Oakland Raiders - OT Barry Richardson (Clemson)
        101. Kansas City Chiefs - S Craig Steltz (LSU)
        102. Baltimore Ravens - QB Josh Johnson (San Diego)
        103. San Francisco 49ers - OG Drew Radovich (USC)
        104. Denver Broncos - OLB Beau Bell (UNLV)
        105. Carolina Panthers - RB Tashard Choice (Georgia Tech)
        106. Chicago Bears - S Tom Zbikowski (Notre Dame)
        107. Detroit Lions - ILB Vince Hall (Virginia Tech)
        108. Cincinnati Bengals - CB Tyvon Branch (Connecticut)
        109. New York Jets (via NO) - OLB Robert James (Arizona State)
        110. Buffalo Bills - WR Adarius Bowman (Oklahoma State)
        111. Philadelphia Eagles - S D.J. Parker (Virginia Tech)
        112. Arizona Cardinals - RB Chauncey Washington (USC)
        113. Minnesota Vikings - S Marcus Griffin (Texas)
        114. Houston Texans - RB Steve Slaton (West Virginia)
        115. Denver Broncos (via WAS) - DT Frank Okam (Texas)
        116. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - WR Paul Hubbard (Wisconsin)
        117. Seattle Seahawks - OT Geoff Schwartz (Oregon)
        118. Cleveland Browns - CB Orlando Scandrick (Boise State)
        119. Pittsburgh Steelers - WR Jerome Simpson (Coastal Carolina)
        120. Tennessee Titans - OC Steve Justice (Wake Forest)
        121. Jacksonville Jaguars - OLB Geno Hayes (Florida State)
        122. Dallas Cowboys - WR Dexter Jackson (Appalachian State)
        123. Indianapolis Colts - OLB Jordon Dizon (Colorado)
        124. Green Bay Packers - WR Eddie Royal (Virginia Tech)
        125. New England Patriots - S Nehemiah Warrick (Michigan State)
        126. New York Giants - MLB Spencer Larson (Arizona)

        if this is who i saw the broncos draft.. i would be extremely ecstatic.

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        • #5
          Eddie Royal, in the 4th round?


          Credibility shot?



          Was a good read up until that point though....
          Club Leader: Robert Griffin III > Andrew Luck

          ^^^Get used to it.^^^

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          • #6
            Credibility not shot. There's about 5-7 top receivers in this draft; and Royal isn't often considered one of them. After the top five, the rest are vying for position. It's quite possible Royal falls to the fourth round, actually it's probably a reality.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Dream
              Credibility not shot. There's about 5-7 top receivers in this draft; and Royal isn't often considered one of them. After the top five, the rest are vying for position. It's quite possible Royal falls to the fourth round, actually it's probably a reality.
              Falls, i could understand... but falls to the 4th would be ridiculous.

              Royal has been on the move up, I dont like or dislike the guy, but i dont see him falling out of the second unless he suddenly breaks his leg almost off.
              Club Leader: Robert Griffin III > Andrew Luck

              ^^^Get used to it.^^^

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              • #8
                so he has us going Deshaun Jackson and then Stewart in the first two rounds.

                One half me thinks thats exciting simply because of the play makers. The other side makes me want to cry, because games are won in the trenches, and our trenches need some SERIOUS help.

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                • #9
                  I like it a lot. Jackson and Stewart gives us two playmakers on offense, and Bell and Okam fortifies the defensive front 7. We'd still need more depth at OT though.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Max Power
                    I like it a lot. Jackson and Stewart gives us two playmakers on offense, and Bell and Okam fortifies the defensive front 7. We'd still need more depth at OT though.
                    I dont see how you all could be dissapointed with it... unless you dislike Jackson...

                    Only thing is the DT or OT spot didnt get adressed.
                    Club Leader: Robert Griffin III > Andrew Luck

                    ^^^Get used to it.^^^

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Ravage!!!
                      so he has us going Deshaun Jackson and then Stewart in the first two rounds.

                      One half me thinks thats exciting simply because of the play makers. The other side makes me want to cry, because games are won in the trenches, and our trenches need some SERIOUS help.
                      Playmakers win games

                      Championships are won in the trenches.

                      1 player wont fix the trenches

                      1 playmaker can help win games

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by BroncosTX77
                        Playmakers win games

                        Championships are won in the trenches.

                        1 player wont fix the trenches

                        1 playmaker can help win games
                        yes.. games are won in the trenches. Abos-EFFING-lutely.

                        you don't think Championships are won in the trenches?????? DId you WATCH this years Super Bowl against a team that went 18-0????

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Ravage!!!
                          yes.. games are won in the trenches. Abos-EFFING-lutely.

                          you don't think Championships are won in the trenches?????? DId you WATCH this years Super Bowl against a team that went 18-0????
                          Ill take this as you are hungover, maybe tired haven't had your coffee yet.

                          Lemme retype what I wrote and elaborate and you go wakeup, drink some coffee or take a drink and re read it.

                          Playmakers win games.

                          1 playmaker can help win games. Denver has a good offense. Denver needs 1 playmaker to make it a great offense. 1 Playmaker can make any OLine/DLine non existent in games. Randy Moss is a playmaker he proved just that in reg season breaking records. Playmaker helped NE get over the top and make it to the big dance. They had same OLine/DLine as previous years....

                          Championships are won in the trenches.

                          1 player wont fix the trenches. translation. Denver's OL needs depth. Lotsa depth. ie. 1 player won't fix the trenches. Last year Denver suffered because they had no OLine depth when Nalen and Hamilton were lost for the year.

                          Everybody and their chihuahua knows that Patsies OLine lost that game and that Giants DLine won the Super Bowl. Tell us something we dont know. Again Championships are won in the trenches.

                          :paper:

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by BroncosTX77
                            Everybody and their chihuahua knows that Patsies OLine lost that game and that Giants DLine won the Super Bowl. Tell us something we dont know. Again Championships are won in the trenches.

                            :paper:

                            Exactly. So instead of adding players to the trenches.. you want to add a KO returner

                            That makes sense.

                            I would rather build from the trenches, and add the guys that win championships. If they can win championships, they can win games

                            Build a solid foundation, and let the glamour positions benefit from it.

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                            • #15
                              I dont see any way Parcells takes a O-Lineman with the 1st pick.Look at his track record he rarely has taken a O-Lineman in the 1ST Round let alone the 1st pick.For Miami it will come down to which D-Lineman Parcells likes most (Long,Dorsey.Ellis)and dont even mention Matt Ryan.Parcells hates rookie QBs and he would probably have do be held at gunpoint to take a QB with the pick.

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