Saturday, October 13, 2007

It's never to early to MOCK UP

2008 NFL Mock Draft

  1. Miami Dolphins

BRIAN BROHM QB LOUISVILLE

To make up for passing on Brady Quinn, the Dolphins take this Heisman Candidate, Cannon-Armed QB… but fans want Jake Long, this year!!! Another disappointing 1st round for Fins fans.

  1. Buffalo Bills

JAKE LONG OT MICHIGAN

Making Mike Hart look so good has paid off… now Long gets to block for a truly elite RB in Buffalo. Fantasy gurus are drooling.

  1. St. Louis Rams

GLENN DORSEY DT LSU

Adam Carriker is NOT A DEFENSIVE TACKLE!!! Whew! Now that’s out of the way… look for the Rams to regain top form with Carriker and Dorsey anchoring that D-Line for years.

  1. New Orleans Saints

DARREN MCFADDEN RB ARKANSAS

Yes… you read it right! Deuce McAlister is on his way out… To Tampa Bay, is my guess, but regardless... Reggie Bush and Darren McFadden easily make up the most potentially explosive backfield known to fan.

  1. Atlanta Falcons

KENNY PHILLIPS S MIAMI

The Falcons, systematically, sure up their defensive backs, with this pick. Whether or not DeAngelo Hall stops crying and stays with the team is unknown, but Phillips is the best DB in this draft and worthy of this pick.

  1. Dallas Cowboys (from Cleveland)

CALAIS CAMPBELL DE MIAMI

The Cowboys defense gets THAT much scarier. Campbell will ensure that opposing quarterbacks don’t have time to expose the Cowboys lackluster pass coverage.

  1. New York Jets

CHRIS LONG DE VIRGINIA

He’s the perfect DE for the 3-4 that the Jets run. Being Howie’s son helps.

  1. Minnesota Vikings

ANDRE WOODSON QB KENTUCKY

I know. I know. I know. They gave up extra picks to get Tavaris Jackson, but Tavaris Jackson only gives up picks to defenses! Andre Woodson rarely turns the ball over, is tall, is strong and has a strong and accurate arm. His only knocks are his mechanics. They spoke ill of Vince Young’s mechanics…

  1. Kansas City Chiefs

DESEAN JACKSON WR CALIFORNIA

He’ll be the perfect compliment to Dwayne Bowe. Brodie Croyle will be buying a lot of dinners for these guys, for years to come.

  1. Cincinnati Bengals

DAN CONNOR LB PENN STATE

Have you seen the depth chart of the Bengals’ linebackers?

  1. Oakland Raiders

SAM BAKER OT USC

Okay, JaMarcus. Your “contract holdout”, to give the Raiders time to get you some pass protection, worked!!!

  1. Philadelphia Eagles

MALCOLM JENKINS CB OHIO STATE

The Eagles can go anywhere on draft day, but they chose to add a possible future Pro Bowl caliber CB to their roster.

  1. Detroit Lions

TYSON JACKSON DE LSU

Wait…DE? TYSON?!?!! DAMN! Mike Martz thought this was DESEAN Jackson

  1. New England Patriots (from San Francisco)

KEITH RIVERS LB USC

Junior Seau was on Tecmo Bowl for NES… Time to get younger!!!

  1. Chicago Bears

QUENTIN GROVES DE/LB AUBURN

Lance Briggs will get a lot of money from some other team… may as well get a cheaper replacement to accumulate the tackles Urlacher makes possible.

  1. Carolina Panthers

JAMES LAURINAITIS ILB OHIO STATE

How long can they depend on Dan Morgan to NOT be concussed?

  1. Denver Broncos

REGGIE SMITH DB OKLAHOMA

The Broncos really could use some help at linebacker but no one is worthy, at this pick. They take a very versatile defensive back. He can finally cover the passes their current safeties can’t, and he can step in at CB, when needed.

  1. Arizona Cardinals

DERRICK HARVEY DE/LB FLORIDA

He’ll be asked to be a 3-4 LB, as he’s not a very heavy DE. If putting pressure on the QB is what they need… Harvey will not disappoint.

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

SEDRICK ELLIS DT USC

He’ll look to sure up the D-Line in the Tampa 2. If Chris Hovan is your best DT… it’s time for an upgrade.

  1. Houston Texans

GOSDER CHERILUS OT BOSTON COLLEGE

The Texans quietly get a great T prospect that can start immediately.

  1. Washington Redskins

ADARIUS BOWMAN WR OKLAHOMA STATE

The days of Brandon Lloyd are sure to be over after 2007-2008… The Skins search for the perfect prospect compliment to Santana Moss and Antwaan Randle El.

  1. Seattle Seahawks

JONATHAN STEWART RB OREGON

No one wants to say it, but… Shaun Alexander’s best days are behind him. It’s time to slowly allow Alexander to accept reality, as his carries begin to be shared with this amazing prospect out of Oregon.

  1. San Diego Chargers

FRANK OKAM DT TEXAS

When Jamaal Williams went down FOR A FEW SNAPS this season… the Chargers run defense was quickly exposed. It’s time to get a fresh body in the rotation.

  1. New York Giants

ALI HIGHSMITH LB LSU

A premier playmaker… and the Giants could use that at their LB position. They landed on a gold mine with Aaron Ross, last draft, and hope to do the same this year. Highsmith will allow Kiwanuka to put his hand back in the dirt, as a DE, and Strahan to do… whatever he does… for another team.

  1. Baltimore Ravens

ANTOINE CASON CB ARIZONA

Let me let you in on a secret… CB’s with the last name Rolle are overrated!!! Thank Braylon Edwards for making this decision so easy for the Ravens FO.

  1. Tennessee Titans

LIMAS SWEED WR TEXAS

Thanks to a wrist injury that sidelined him his senior season, how he tests during workouts and the Combine will determine his worth, but Vince Young’s importance to the organization, mixed with Brandon Jones being the team’s best receiver, will land Limas back with his former college QB.

  1. Green Bay Packers

MIKE JENKINS CB SOUTH FLORIDA

Charles Woodson and Al Harris do a great job for Green Bay’s excellent defense, but they need some depth at this position. Jenkins will be a gem. Mark my words!!!

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars

TOMMY BLAKE DE/LB T.C.U.

He’s a nasty, disruptive player that will bring some BOOM BAP(!) back to this defense.

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers

VINCE HALL LB VIRGINA TECH

The Steelers have few weaknesses but their LB depth just got a lot better. The QB of Virginia Tech’s stout defense will add a lot to Pittsburgh’s current D.

  1. Dallas Cowboys

STEVE SLATON RB WEST VIRGINIA

Much like Marion Barber III, Steve Slaton is a game-breaker. I’d be surprised to see Julius Jones wearing a Cowboys jersey next year. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him wearing a Patriots jersey, but that’s another story. Slaton and Barber are threats to the end zone each time they touch a football.

  1. San Francisco 49’ERs (From Indianapolis)

JONATHAN HEFNEY S TENNESSEE

He’s not as stout, but Hefney has a lot of Bob Sander’s tenacity, play-diagnosing ability and relentlessness. A receiver would be wise at this spot, but they seem committed to running the ball. Do they not believe in Alex Smith?

  1. (Forfeit of the New England Patriots)

1 comment:

Cash said...

Where is... The COLT?

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