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    1 Miami
    Glenn Dorsey DT L.S.U.

    The Dolphins have given up the third-most yardage on the ground this season and Keith Traylor is 38-years old.

    2 St. Louis
    Jake Long OT Michigan

    The Rams have scored twice on the ground this year and have only one run of 40+ yards. When Steven Jackson is back to full health he will need better blocking up front.

    3 NY Jets
    Chris Long DE Virginia

    The Jets are dead-last in the NFL with 9 total sacks.

    4 New England [from San Francisco]
    Darren McFadden* RB Arkansas

    ILB or CB needs to be addressed but McFadden will be a good tandem with the hard-to-tackle Laurence Maroney.

    5 Oakland
    Sam Baker OT USC

    The Raiders are in need of a LT as Barry Sims isn’t getting any younger and Robert Gallery is now playing guard.

    6 Cincinnati
    Sedrick Ellis DT USC

    The Bengals are in need of a DT that can apply pressure to the QB.

    7 Atlanta
    Andre' Woodson QB Kentucky

    Woodson gets the nod over Ryan for top QB – Bobby Petrino will not draft Brian Brohm unless he trades down.

    8 Minnesota
    Matt Ryan QB Boston College

    The experiment didn’t work out so well…

    9 Arizona
    Vernon Gholston* OLB Ohio State

    To have a successful 3-4 they need the right players -- and Gholston is a riser.

    10 New Orleans
    Malcolm Jenkins* CB Ohio State

    They are bottom-4 in the NFL in both interceptions and yards allowed through the air.

    11 Baltimore
    Calais Campbell* DE Miami (FL)

    Trevor Pryce will soon need to be replaced.

    12 Kansas City
    Ryan Clady* OT Boise State

    The offensive line is in need of improvement to get the running game going.

    13 Carolina
    Gosder Cherilus OT Boston College

    The offensive line could use some upgrades.

    14 Houston
    Kenny Phillips* S Miami (FL)

    The secondary only has 7 interceptions this year and the safety spot is nothing to get excited about.

    15 Philadelphia
    James Laurinaitis* ILB Ohio State

    A replacement for Omar Gaither is needed.

    16 Chicago
    Malcolm Kelly* WR Oklahoma

    They have a history of drafting Sooners and Kelly fills their void at WR.

    17 Denver
    Erin Henderson OLB Maryland

    The LB spots have shown inconsistency and Henderson has hot stock right now.

    18 Seattle
    Jonathan Stewart* RB Oregon

    They need to start thinking replacement for Shaun Alexander.

    19 Dallas [from Cleveland]
    Aqib Talib* CB Kansas

    Depth is thin – Talib is the most athletic CB in the draft.

    20 Tampa Bay
    DeSean Jackson* WR California

    The two leading receivers are over the age of 30.

    21 Buffalo
    Reggie Smith* CB Oklahoma

    The Bills are in the bottom-10 for passing yards given up.

    22 San Diego
    Mike Jenkins CB South Florida

    Someone needs to develop opposite Antonio Cromartie.

    23 Washington
    Derrick Harvey* DE Florida

    The Redskins need someone to compliment Andre Carter.

    24 Tennessee
    Adarius Bowman WR Oklahoma St.

    Young’s numbers are awful – get him someone to throw to. Nobody has more than 1 receiving touchdowns. Bowman could go higher depending on how he recovers from his knee injury.

    25 NY Giants
    Dre Moore DT Maryland

    DT has been a weakness this season – Moore is a riser.

    26 Detroit
    Justin King* CB Penn State

    The Lions are third-to-last in passing yards given up.

    27 Jacksonville
    Brian Brohm QB Louisville

    The QB situation is crazy right now – even though Garrard was playing well before being injured. Some kind of insurance is needed or possibly a
    long time starter.

    28 Pittsburgh
    Limas Sweed WR Texas

    They have fast WR’s, Sweed fills the possession void.

    29 San Francisco [from Indianapolis]
    Quentin Groves OLB Auburn

    The 49ers are bottom-ten in sacks this season and Groves is a disrupting force off the edge.

    30 Green Bay
    Rashard Mendenhall* RB Illinois

    Sure, Ryan Grant is playing well – but how long will it last? Mendenhall is playing very well right now.

    31 Dallas
    Steve Slaton* RB West Virginia

    Julius Jones will likely be with another team next year leaving a void for a speedier back to compliment the hard-to-tackle Barber.

    32 New England [forfeited]

    *Underclassmen

  • #2
    McFadden to NE? I know Maroney has been banged up but he is going to be their back and they have some needs to address in the secondary first.


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    • #3
      Would prefer Keith Rivers from USC if he fell that far to the Giants.


      Originally posted by Halsey
      I don't have to watch it to know it was not interesting.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by princefielder28 View Post
        McFadden to NE? I know Maroney has been banged up but he is going to be their back and they have some needs to address in the secondary first.
        McFadden isn't replacing him -- it's for a talented tandem.

        I stated that the secondary needed to be addressed first... Who would they take that high? Value > Need, that high.

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        • #5
          Steelers possetion void = Hines Ward???

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Jakey View Post
            Steelers possetion void = Hines Ward???
            But Ward is only 6' 205.

            I would take a 6'5'' 220 anyday.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by MJ Casiano View Post
              But Ward is only 6' 205.

              I would take a 6'5'' 220 anyday.
              So you would rather have Limas Sweed on your team than Hines Ward?


              Originally posted by Halsey
              I don't have to watch it to know it was not interesting.

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              • #8
                Justin King is a poor scheme fit for the Lions and I don't like him as a prospect in general. Cason would be a better pick or ILB, OL.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by MJ Casiano View Post
                  But Ward is only 6' 205.

                  I would take a 6'5'' 220 anyday.
                  Wards hands > Sweeds hands...

                  Don't get me wrong i like Sweed, and i wouldnt mind the pick...but your reasoning is just abit off...Ward is our possession reciever. Th real reason is that Ben seems to like big targets...which Sweed is.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by MJ Casiano View Post
                    McFadden isn't replacing him -- it's for a talented tandem.

                    I stated that the secondary needed to be addressed first... Who would they take that high? Value > Need, that high.
                    Malcolm Jenkins is a flat out stud and although he may be a bit of a reach that high he would certainly pay off


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                    • #11
                      I'm not solid on King, I think Maualuga is a better pick there

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by MJ Casiano;729636[b
                        15 Philadelphia
                        James Laurinaitis* ILB Ohio State[/b]
                        A replacement for Omar Gaither is needed.
                        Why is a replacement for Omar Gaither needed? He's been our best LB this season and he's done a great job. He's becoming a very vocal leader on the D. Now, if you said groom Laurinaitis for a season, wait till Spikes leaves, slide Laurinaitis to the middle and Gaither outside, well then that would be super.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Scotty D View Post
                          Justin King is a poor scheme fit for the Lions and I don't like him as a prospect in general. Cason would be a better pick or ILB, OL.
                          I agree with that. King is too soft and is a much better suit for the man to man coverage. He doesn't play nearly well enough near the LOS and gets abused against physical wideouts. (See Hardy, James and Robiskie, Brian)

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                          • #14
                            I'd rather go with Adarius Bowman. WR is a bigger need for us, I really think Bowman is going to be very good.


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                            • #15
                              Best as I can figure, Sam Baker is not a top 5 pick. Sed Ellis could be, though.

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